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 i=IRE
INSURANCE
WH!T��, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
/ffc '   \
VOLUME 4, NUMBER 880.
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
2f>0 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
���' WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING   DECEMBER 8, IW9.
_____
. rs per c T
MAYOR KEARY FIRES
THE OPENING GUN
Civic Campaign Is Now on -
Enthusiastic   Meeting  in
Keary Interests.
candidature of    Ma: or
mother term in the high-
;   position   of   the   city   Will
king ln hearty support  V___4
last  night  when  his  com-
were crowded with liis
Tbat '
Kearj ''���.-.
fst offlcla
not be lac
evidenced
mitt ������' ���'
loyal supporters.     The  meeUng got
,"..,   to   business   promptly   at    8
o'clock and elected  W.  R. Qilley as
the campaign, and Dr, V.
y Smitb      vice-chairman.
Forced Into Race.
Mayoi Keary was present and gave
a 'f!'.a,i  address, stating  his  r tasons
!',' ei king election.      He said
I lt :  bad no desire or inten
tion of offering  himself  as  a candidate for re-election,    until a largely
B|gned i,     isitlon had been presented
to liim asking him to run. Even then
he bud tried "' Bet BOm- ��t the mem-
Der6 ol tl    present council to stand
[,������',:.;,;, ,    i a  they bad all refused,
ami had so forced bim into the race.
'ii,    ad thai all that could be said
liini  ley any  one  was that  h '
i the position  of mayor
In regard  to the Coquitlam dan      ��� itlon, lie was as deeply
!��� ��� >. obtaining pure water lor
��� a ,:,.   one   -'Im-   ill   it.
iii flrsl entered on his career
;. p New    Westminster the
citv had    een    heavilj   Involv id   In
osl $11)11.1.00 worth Ol
a owing; now New Weston as sound  aflnancial
I tinj tnj   municipality   of    its
siz? il \V<   ei n Canada.
L,ick of Funds.
During        term    many reasonable
: Improvements of    one
her had been made, and
rei lu  council but simply on
I ich of funds.      In trying
���   city  from    ruinous debt
md at tin   aame time help along its
l  . had always don _��� his besl
In the inti  ��� bi of the citizens at large
S  one to prove any hi ing
to tie ci ntrary.
��� ptlng  full   responsibility
CITIES
HAVE NO CHARTERS
COULD COUPLINGS SEPARATE
pi... Ince an
Aldermen Adams and Gray Find T
They All  Prefer to Come  Under
General   Act.
Md.) in. u   Adams   and   ('.;..
in Ontario in the inter .8ts ol thi   ���
quitlam dam affair, have  be,
lng around to se,   und. r what s,
the ( iti/.eiis of that
el'le d.
The   result   of  their Invest
along  this line were i nnoui   ej  j
terday when Mayor K  try n
teleegram from them bi
the cities  there,  with   I      excel
of Toronto, vi n   goverm :   indi i i
general
niclpal
Ince.
This
portune
W Btminster
month  decid
UUil
NECTIONS?
Oil! NOT COME TO TEAi
FOUND DEAD HT WORK
WATER CASE      \
BEroRE CABINET
Whole  Investigation  Into   Cause   o.'   Lakeview   Accident
Centres  Around This Point    Witnesses Give Instances of Inexplicable Partings.
Searchers   Find   Body   of   Nat   Condy
Woods on His Farm���Was
Well   Known   Here.
in
.....   wen    _ai\ei n. Q   '111.1, 1
acl 1'ieip   pondln        tb
Clauses   act   In
nformatliin comes at an op-
time, as the electors ol v .
will on the 13th ol '
whether this cits  ���
continue under its pr?si
abandon it and come undi i
niclpal Clauses act.
artei  "
the  Mu-
aued on Page five).
01 ENGLAND
TIIE MAKING OF INDIA
Rev. G,  B,   King,  Principal  of   Indore
Presbyterian College, Speaks on
Conditions in  Hindustan.
Rei   i,
St   St. ;
this city,
College,
'I;' :    .mer    Canadian    Club  OD
l'" ��� evening of    the present
wei h.
His
Ruler
H. King, formerly pastor Of
ten's Presbyterian church,
and now principal of Indore
I ��� ntral  India,   spoke  before
l.v
was and is
��� " empire.     Etnormous sums
pent in irrigation projects;
of dollars  had  been  expend-
ol
rowing   and    coal production
eubj set    was    "India    and  its
question with whicn be is
! familiar    having lived  in
wai country for the  past  Ave years
': .ll his attention to the adap
tion ai western education to eastern
condtti< ��� Mr. King is a strong ad-
' the efficacy oi Bntis.i rule
"i India. He said in his audi, ss the
,; "We are told that we are
'"' as    administrators what
done.     If the evils of India
could le,  put right by the passing of
" ;'"  laws the great  Common-sense
"' ""'  English    people    would insist
passing  ol   those   laws.       1
��� that India's problems could
'"' ''���    ri| iei     by   legislation,  bin   the
these problems lies large-
VUI      ���   people themselves."
I.  dn a    a vivid    picture ol   the
-���rk thai    the British ad-
!!,: !"H was and is still doing in
the ind
had been
million
l'lt ""    lucatlon;    the   industries
cotton
j11"1 been developed from nothing to
Proportions that were amazing.
There was still poverty and famine
11 '" country but that was not the
'suit ot any work on the part of the
ontish rulers, but the natural out-
:'';,!l ���' long centuries of misrule and
'"":      '   of economics on  the part
s ' native princes.     No one ln ids
;,"ls     could maintain tbat the prets-
conditions, bad as they undouht-
3  are, were not    infinitely better
..'"' ""   conditions of national mis-
> and civil war that existed before
a* British occupation.
"��� speaker severely criticised the
."eies8. Ignorant and dangerous agi-
��� ons B(,t on   foot by Kelf Himl���.
u oi hers, who had no conception of
n5fh*y were doing.
nn'ni    <S Wpre be,nK    8lven govern-
ence  f0fflce8< when possible ln prefer-
111111'.     '''u,'0i)eans,   and the money
f " ^xes collected in India were be-
�� ' M.eihled on India's needs. The
for ,. hem8elves were very light and
that ''��ason    much  improvement
Mill '""1(1 othorwise be accomplished
ho ;���',",' (ll'lay would have to wait and
1  ""lettaken gradually.
Rii,.,,  SBd Mn��- King are at present
tbis cl M        home ��' J> c> *,rown of
Dredge Nanaimo Harbor.
Xanaimo, Dec. 2.���Tlie suction
dredge King Edward arrived in port
yesterday from N iw Westminster,
and win commi nce opi rations at
once, making the harbor capable ol
accommodating ships of the largest
tonnage.
Afti: twi   vi< ks of unavoidable withe    inquest  on the vie-
;'.-i- ol the Lakeview  wreck was '���
lined  . < sti . day  afternoon, and th<
rider Ij  deslro is 01 making u.
st tim.. held the court until Lj
��� k last night, adjourning then to
again      ... clock this afternoo..
with th    pi    ability of another even
lng si ssion.
I FIGHT
FOR ANCIENI RIGHTS
Commons Will Battle to End
Against Aggrandizement
Of Lords.
London. Dec. 2.���The National
Liberal federation last night issued a
manifesto to the country, which may
be regarded as a parly rally for the
elections. Ii concentrates attention
entirely on the constitutional struggh
between the House of Lords and the
House of Commons. lt says: "If
the present aetion of the peers is not
repudiated swiftly by the people,
rights and privileges won so early 1...
our forefathers In the great struggles
for freedom are all sui rendered."
Last  Word  to  Commons.
The manifesto declares the peers
power of veto must be registered so
lhat the last word on legislation and
finance will rest with the House of
Commons. Otherwise, no Liberal
ministry again can assume the responsibilities of otlice.
"In the fight forced upon us." the
manifesto continues, "the electors will
have  to decide  whether  they   Wish  to
govern themselves or be governed at
second hand by a few hundred hereditary, who have thrown the constitution into the melting pot in order to
shift the burden of taxation from
wealthy land and liquor interests to
food and the necessaries of life."
Rosebery and Curzon.
Lord Rosebery, in a letter to the
press, repudiates the charges made
by Lord Curzon, that he led an army
to the walls of a fortress and then
abandoned It. Lord Rosebery reiterates that throughout be lias oppos. d
and warned against the course the
Lords have taken as one calculated
to injure and to affect the House of
Lords Itself and to enhance what
popularity the budget may possess.
Kiglit.
Vote for Keary the Royal City's
long  tried  and faithful   servant.
RIGHT-OF-M AGENTS
BUSY IN HOPE MTS.
1 nc  Couplings.
V'esterdaj Lhe evidence follower
��� ��� Ui si .... lin, s as 0.1 the fire,
daj of the Inquest, dealing with the
conditions at the scene ol the wreel;
as found by various persons, and witli
technical details regarding couplers
.uul couplings. Six witnesses wer?
called by the counsel (or the train
new to pro,,, that couplings could
not he depended upon to bold, even
after being apparently perfectly
made.
a number of motormen and conductors were examined as to the system
of car handling employed on the B.
C.   E.  It.     Superintendent   Woodrutt
and   Local   Manag !l    McQuarrl,    gave
evidence on this   question   and also
'.old of scenes al   the wreck.
There are still at leasl seven witnesses to be called and possibly
more. These it ia understood will
Include General Manager i-\ it. Glover, Freight Superintendent W. Hun-
lap, Foreman Petersen, Conductor
Grimmer of the crew which moved
the box car after the accideni from
Lakeview to Nanalmo road, and the
conductor and motorman of th ��� tram
trom which the lumber car broke,
Foreman Petersen will bi questioned
destruction of the debris h*
as tO II
lire.
Interest   Slackens.
Re
Agent of G.  N.  R.  in  Vancouver
ceives    Definite    Instructions
Regarding New Line.
Vancouver, Dec. 2.-"The Great
Northern now has agents out purchasing tlie right-of-way on the
posed route from Abbotsfon
Hope Mountains, and from
to Hope Mountains."
This was the pronouncement n��de
this morning by Mr. John R. Snap*
general right-of-way *�����������������
Great Northern railway. *'{*��**
just returned from ^/ifl
he was in consultation with the
0f th? Great Nor-
i'uhlic inter'si lias already Blackened apparently lu tue proceedings
and the courtroom at Vancouver yes-
terday wai n 11 ci owde 1 as beroi ���
with spectators, most ol thus, pi
ent being either witnesses or parties
otherwise Interested In tne proceed
ings more or less dii eel ly. There
..as again a large representation ol
gal talent, the most of the examining, however, being left In the hands
eei C. Wilson, K. (.'.. acting on behall
of the provincial government
The afternoon session was almost
entirely occupied with the taking of
evidence respecting couplings Ol the
same make as those ou the wrecked
flat car, and their liability to break
without apparent cause. These witnesses were called b.v Adam S. Johnston, on behali of W. Norman Bole,
K. C.i acting for the train crew,   The
evidence consisted luainly of details
Of   p TSOIial   experiences.
Rev. A. deB. Owen.
Kev. A. de li. Owen, of New Westminster, was questioned by Adam
Johnston, acting on behall of W.
Norman Hole. K. C, and Kave evidence regarding the breaking of tail-
way couplings whil ��� a train was in
motion. He gave details of a Journey over the C. P. it. through the
mountains. Coming westward, after
passing Kamloops, two coaches broke
away from the train. Tlie train was
backed and the coaches again coupled. Th ire was im Injury
couplers. Hel 111 ning    two
later by way of the Crow's NeBl Pass
a similar incident occurred. The
coaches wen- recoupled ami held afterward. The lirst was on a down
grad?, the other on 11 level. In both
cases  the  train   had  passed  around  a
number of curves.
Robert Griffiths, of New Westminster, an employee of small k- Bucklin,
mill, deposed thai be was an obi
brakesman and had worked "'HI'
couplers similar to those und on the
B. C. E. R. He narrated several m
stances of cars breaking apart,
Imperfections   in   Coupling.
George McArthur, a brakesman for
to    Hie
months
eighi years or. several railroads, also
Instam . s   .ei    M a   breaks
Wiiii, >a ,;, iiing on th > Greal Northern, the train coupled on to a ear and
pulled  1:  about  ; Oi   j... a ���   \v hen the
COU] ulig     slipped. I he     COndUCtOl
nin) brakesman examined It ami found
���'        i'le, e   nl   nal!   la...   pi i \ otlted
tii^ boii from going down far enough
���   grip properly.     On several othei
occasions   he   knew   of   a   coupling
sa; ping by" after the train had
started. In one case the coupler Was
spuing and bad lo he wedged. In
one . as - there was 1,.. apparenl
cause. In these Instanc. - the cu
i l.ng did ne. pull straigh, apart but
moved Bldeways. in thi Aral case
the win worked om, notwithstanding
ih.- cou].ling was perfectlj   made,    lt
was    i'lessible   lor   III-   jaws   to   close
properlj  ami yet for foreign matters
to cause Ihe coupling to slip. It war-
CUBtOmary for brakesmen le '\amllie
the couplings before starting ui'. and
ii. in their judgment, the pin might
not li ��� down, it waa d gtej by moving Uie levers up and dawn Sonie-
tini.s ibe pins were too long, others
were rounded and might slip
Causes of Uncoupling.
V. .1. Coughlln of Veftncouver, an
old rain...id conductor and brakesman
was called b> Mr. Johnston to give
expel evidence on couplings, "Perfect" Couplings, he said, were a matter of conjecture, The 1 e,i ol coupling was when ii hauled, liven with
an apparently perfect coupling ther'
were many instances where cars did
pan.     Sometimes  the    pin did  not
fall  clear  to  the   bottom  aad  lei   the
jaws open, At oth ir times on a
grade, the chain would noi have
given enough to Btand the extru
Strain and would pull up the locking
pin. \\ orn knuckles wo ild pull bl
under extra Btraln or rounding
curves Uneven track would cause
the di aw bars lu - .,������ by,     Th ise de
lee'.s were peculiar to the "Tower'
coilpieis.    used   on    the   eaia   lu   qUI
Hon. Mr. Coughlln polntej out that
the law did mu pei enu brakeBmen to
go betw -en (he ears to examine Couplings and they might appear perfect
from the position of the brakesman
He admitted that in theory the coupling properly made could not pull
apart, hut in practice they did do so.
Even in ��� Indicator did nol always
show whether the coupling was perfect Even if lhe pin remained
down, tlie couplings mighl slip by laterally, lie had no Instam.- ol a
break where track, coup] irs. and
Other conditions were all good. II
was not customary to use air brakes
in switching, if equipped wdth automatic ail, the two seelloiiH of a
broken tfaln would slop almost a'
once. A ear on a slight grade, with
good air brakes, would remain at
1 iast 10 minutes ami might stay two
days. Hand brakes had degenerated
and could 11..1 be depended upon now,
all hough I here were some good ones.
He   thought   that   very   little   rellanee
could he placed on the hand brakes,
there was not sufficient purohase obtainable.
Air Brakes Are Best.
He thought thai every car on every
road should he iqulpped wllh air
brakes and no man Should be Compelled to go between ears to couple.
There was no change In conditions,
wilb lhe change " in motive power
from  steam  to   ilectliclty,
lie  stated    that     In   his    opinion  a
train crew, no matter whether there
wiih one  ear or thirty, should  he  live
men. Including two brakesmen.
Lumber ears w -re so loaded as lo
in. lease the danger to the train crew.
Ai Hie ends 11. was often built si|tiare
and Ibe brakesman In reaob Ibe brake
had lo drop lo a. sl\ iiirli platform.
This took 11 'ive when a train was in
motion and would be done away wilb
(Continued '>n Page Two).
to the
Princeton
bas
when
headquarters' staff
thern.
The result of   the c<
his getting Instructions
of-way purchase agents
along the trial  locatlc
men are now bus
territory are
making final    obser
determine the exact
line and Its grades
tlon  lines and thc
wllh
huge
nference was
to get Tighten at wuce
Un?s. Ta^se
and in the same
.1- engineers who �����
itions that ***>
location of the
The WW :
Held notes of the
satisfy the
department beads of I >e Grean Northern that a feasib ���
found and there is
that the construction
close on the he?'3
vcyora.
engineers were   .nough
r0lir.e    kei *�����
CT��rv indication
ptega "tU ke
ol tbe to^
sur-
ANOTHER   BAD   CHEQUE   ARTIST.
New    Westminster     Merchants    Arc
Victims   of   Bold   Swindler.
It has Just com.- to light thai the
business men  of    New  Westminster
have fallen victims to the man
the small    purchase    aud   the
cheque.
A few days ago a man claiming to
belong to a survey party working Wl
Hermon and Burwell of Vancouver
walked into the Liverpool Arms and
after making a small purchase, presented a cheque for $22 im on tne
Vancouver branch of the Bank of
Montreal In payment. Mr. Chapman
obligingly cashed the cheque for him
but in the course of a day or so It
was returned from Vancouver witn
the intimation that it was worthless.
On reporting the matter to the
police he found that he had company
in his troubles, as several toher local
merchants had been taken in by the
the same man. The other victims
were Messrs. Brown *- Co., M. J
Phillips, Reid A Co., Alex. Matheson
and the Cunningham Hardware Company. So far the police have no clue
to the identity of the swindler.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS.
Mb Sphere of Influence Is Wider Than
Most People Imagine.
Tbal   the   territory   covered   by   the
Dully   NeWH Is by   no  ineiinn confined
to New Westminster and ths IPraser
valley   Is  shown   by   the  following   let
iVt which  wns received al  the News
office yesterday.
"Columbia,  Mo..  V! S. A.,
Nov. 27, 1909.
"Dear Sirs,���A native of England, 1
dtlire to return to British territory.
My attention bas been drawn to your
paper. Would you have the kindness
to mail me sample copies of your
dally and weekly a"d other literature
from which 1 may gain some Information about your city.
"Respectfully,
"MME. GRANDPIERBE."
The Sapperton Methodist church
Sunday school will hold its annual
Christmas entertainment in Princess
Hall on December 23.
Vote  for
dustries.
Keary  and still  more  In-
W01 d was . 1.. iv ed here yest
evening of the sudden death oi  Nat
Condy,  who foi   a  numbei   ol  years
has been a well known figure in this
city,
Aboul foui j \ns ago Mr. Condj
purchased a farm on the Pack .road
Easl Delta, where he moved with his
Wife  and     lan,, iM     late    he  'ms
been working on the clearing of a
portion of ins property which Ig at
preseni in bush   ���>  sterd��j  afternoon
be set oul as Usual into Hie bush, but
failed to tut a up at the haase in the
evening When the hom grew late
a search was IniUtuted and at about
6 o'clock  h > was found bing dead tn
the woods at the spot where he had
been working. The cause 01 death
which had evidently been verj >-u.l
den, ts thouiht to have Iven heart al
fectlou.
The   late   Mr.   Condy   was   Verj   Well
known in iliis city, having for a number of ye.u a been employed as a barber in i>. Walkers shop on Columbia
street 11 was universally popular.
Deceased vv a ��� a naiive of Guelph,
Ont., and had been on the coasi tot
about twelve years.
He  leaves  a   wife  and  s neral  ihil  i
dren to mourn his demise.
A:.: uments Hoard By tho
Premier and Other Members at Ottawa.
fLOUR MILLS CLOSE
BECAUSE OF STRIKE
Five Thousand Men in Min
neapolis Out of Work
Result of Lookout.
as
St, Paul, Minn . U , 2 With the
impel tation ol Bti Ikebi eaki 1 1 from
fin, ago and othi r points, and l1"'
pi 1  alng Into boi v Ice   ol    other em
|.levees   ol    Ihe   load.   Ibe   lailleada   01
the northv. >sl affected b> the striki
ol the Switchmen's union of North
\n . , lea, v\ hich went Int 1 i. ct Tut -���
day e\ ening, began tbi li Brst teal
work todaj In trying to restore normal traffic conditions b (tween here
ami the Paclflc coasi. Local warehouses wei.- open today, ami the
roads accepted limited freighl ship-
mi nts to points in  Montana     De Iplt'
the itforts of the railroad there was
no noticeable improvemenl lu busi
ness conditions In the twin cities thia
morning.
Flour   Mills   Closed.
in Minnesota all the dour mills
with the   exception ol   one of   th 1
hliialler   ones   were   ntopped.   and   the
cessation of this Industry alone threw
6000 men out of employm mt.     It is
slated that the niillinen wlll lose $������>���
nun a week In wages while tlle mills
are closed, and lhat the hiss of business to the milling concerns will
amouni  to $700,000 a day.
ai the head of the inker- where the
mosl Important Industries are directly dependent upon traffic conditions
a continuation for n few more days of
the present congestion will force
10,000 out of employment. Reports
wer circulated thin morning that the
entire Brotherhood or Railway Train-
in-.n would he culled out In the affected territory* but these reports could
not be traced to an authentic source.
The switchmen appeared to be sat-
lsii id wiiii the situation, Boweveri
and were   particularly   pleased with
the reports from the west of trainmen
joining the strike. iiiiiI 'he action of
tlie Chicago Hvvllehineu In d'iiiatldint'.
nn Increase In wanes.
TlfHiAllMNIi BLAZE
SMUTS AT BAZAAR
Men From No. 1 Flrehall Make Quick
Run to 8t. Patrick's Hall���Ex
tlnguished Without  Loss.
The men from No. 1 Fireball were
Klven a run yest-rdny afternoon to
St. Patrick's hall, where a bazaar was
being held under the auspices of the
ladles aid of Ht Mary's hospital. On
iiriivnl the firemen found that the
walnBC.oatIng hud become ignited by
an overheated stovepipe and that a
bad blu/.e was threatening.
The sn/ouldering woodwork was
soou extinguished without any damage being done to ths articles displayed on 4Jne stalls. Fortunately
there were few people in the hall at
the time that the blaze occurred and
those who were present showed their
good sense in not becoming alarmed,
but in notifying the Are department
as soon as the blaze was noticed, and
in rendering all possible assistance
to the firemen when they arrived.
A second smali blase took place st
Sapperton at about half-past six yesterday evening the men from the
Sapperton station being given a run
to tbe residence of Mr. Murray on
Knox street, Where a chimney iiad
caught on Are. The flames were extinguished before any damage had
been done.
Ottawa, Dec. 2. -A subcommittei .if
the cabinet council composed 0 Sir
Wilfrid Laulrer, Aylesworth minister
of justice. Pugsley, minist. 1 01 pub
lie works. Templeman, minister of
inland revenue, and Oliver, minister
of the Interior, yesterdaj nan ning
heard arguments In reference to the
application Oi the Citj Of New West
minster   tO   sot   aside     two  orders  In
council .passed bj the Dominion government on September y li\st whereby
the title of the dty of New West min.
Ster to 180,000 acres of land in tht
Coqultlam  lake district   WM  cancelled
and 4000 acres of the same was pi ven
b>   lease lo the  V ancouver  Tovve,   fo.
The city of Mew Westminster was
represented bj Hugh Guthrie, k. C,
m P., Cltj Solicitor McQuarrie, and
Aldermen Adams and Gray. The
town of Coqultlam was   represented
bj .1. R, (Irani, and the Vancouver
Powei Company by Lteut-Col. Thompson, Engineer Chrysler and Mr. Glover. Popuiy Minister Newcomlie of
the department of Justice was on
hands to give advice OU legal poini:
and W, P, Corrj . deput) minister of
the Interior. Watched the Interesl.: of
that department
Argument or the opposing counsel
and other interested parties was
heard by the ministers until 1 o'clock
when II was decided that further representation would be received in Willing. Mr. Ralph smith. M, r. watched
the proceedings, which were in rum-
era.
Wire from Aldermen.
Mayor Keary is in receipt of s "i''11
from Aldermen Adams and Gray, Stating that th 'v had been i-equested *��
hand in their arguments In writing,
and that, though nothing definite hau
been announced, all was going as well
as could be expected,
Vote for Keary and you vot*- for a
man that stayed with the Royal City
through  all   advern ty.
Will. INTEIt BODIES
WITH BiinUHIST KITES
Twenty-two  of  the   Victims   of    Sunday's Wreck Will Be  Sent to
to  Vancouver Today
The bodies of th-> twenly-two victims of ihe Great Northern wreck
will nil be shipped to Vancouver today  where they  will he burled in the
Bouth   Vancouver   cemetery,     Most
of  the men  Were  Buddhists, and  will
be interred with   all the   mysterious
1 lies and ceremonies of the strange
.astern religion. Others who were
known to have embraced the Christian religion will be given a Christian builal.
S. Sasaki, priest of tbe Vancouver
Buddhtsl church, will conduct the
Buddhist services, and the Rev, Kan-
asawa   or   the Japanese   Methodist
MIshIoii  will officiate at  the burial of
the Christians,
'I'he .taps of the city of Vancouver
are colleotlhg 11 rtind for the widows
and orphans of lhe dead men, many
of Ihem having heen Uti entirely destitute.
PAYSTREAK   IS  CHRISTENED.
But   Owing   to     Breaking   of     Cradle,
Launching  Goes  no   Farther.
The new vessel built for the Hoynl
City Navigation Company ol thin city
was duly christened with her name,
Paystreak, yesierday at noon, but owing to a mishap in the launching did
nol lake (he water. ll is probable
thai Ihe launching will be completed
mi Saturday of the preseni  we3k.
A lame- number of those Interested
lu the new vessel gathered at the
ways shortly b'fore noon yesterday
to see the launching and tlie atten-
(liini   ceremonies.    The   christening
was performed by Miss Daisy Uavves,
daughter of the manager Of the Westminster Marine Hallway upon which
the vessel has been built. Miss
Ita wes broke a hot lie of champagne
over the vessel's prow and did her
part of the business In good style.
The blocks were then knocked out
and the vessel started on her trip
down the ways to the water. She
had not gone more than weuty feet,
however, when the cradle slipped,
letting the hull fall upon the ways,
whereupon she Immediately stopped.
All attempts to get her any further
were fruitless and the launching had
to be postponed.
On board the vessel when she
started on her trip to the water were
Secretary Whitemore of the Royal
City Navigation Company, and Mrs.
Whitemore, T. 8. Annandale (president), Captain Myers, M. J. Phillips,
and many others. The spectators ot
the ceremonies were Inclined to he
rather pessimistic as to the omen, until some bright individual suggested
that lt was better for tae new vessel
to shy at the Water than to be too
familiar with it as her predecessors
on ths uiphrer ran had been.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FR'DAY, OECEMBEH
Inquest into
Lokeview Accident
(t'ontinued from Page One.)
was loaded  lo afford a
if the lumber
foothold.
J. .). Tapscott, a C. P. K. trainman,
gave fun her examples of couplings
slipping. While switching in New
Westminster yards a car separated
from 111 ��� Main ai'ler pulling 200 yards
and no cause could be ascertained.
The car was recoupled and there was rules with regard
no further trouble. lie knew cases
of the pin lifting sufficiently to let
the jaws open ami then fail into place
.again. A coupling could be made
even with the pin in position.     The
were no brakemen on tbe li. C. B. H-
The work was done by conductors
and motormen. There was no special
examination for brakemen. Mr, McQuarrie stated that on _ branch was
equipped with automatic air brakes,
and equipment had been ordered for
the New Westminster branch. Since
thj accident a special inspector had
been appointed. There was no car
inspector.
The lumber car in question had
passed the inspector. The Standard
rules were not In us i on the B. C. b2.
K. They were complicated and difficult to learn. The line also was only
a short one and did not require a
complicated system. Thera were no
to making couplings. He thoughl that with presence of mind the motor might have
caughl the runaway and coupled on.
It was impossible owing to the lay
of the land to connect the switch with
| mor?  than  that   he  had  objected  to
I the points being against a car.
ROYAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
jolting of cars on their 1.carinas had   the inside  track, and so have made
much    to do with    the   breaking of  the runaway move in the same direc-
coiipliiigs. , tion as other cars on the line.      He
Evening Session. Ilmd' however, nothing to do with this
A. J. Mercer, a motorman, gave evidence as to the removal of the boxcar
to the switch, the jury desiring information on Iliis point. The car had
been removed by orders of the conductor, .1. Grimmer, io the Gladstone
switch from the scene o; the wreck,
where il had b .vn taken h.. the original crew of the motor No. 603. Previous evidence had shown that the
car was on the switch, bin did not
show iu whal manner it had got
there.
lie had not examined the wrsck nor
the car couplings.
in reply io a juryman the witness
stated that Grimmer and he wer,. going to Vancouver from .New Westminster, and tlivy had moved the car,
bu far as he knew, withoul written
orders. It was usual to obey ihe conductor's orders without seeing the
written Instructions.
Conductor Grimmer was not present at the inquest, but will bs summonsed to appear today and state
where he obtained his orders to move
the car.
V. K. Robinson, brakeman with
Mercer and Grimmer, corroborated all
the evidence of -Mercer. He had not
examined the couplings or wreck, nor
had it occurred to him to do so.
W. J. Woodruff, superintendent of
thc I). C. li. k. mainland Hues, received a telephone call from the master mechanic apprising him of the
wreck, reporting that a car had be -n
sent to the scene. Mr. Woodruff went
to Lakevlew, arriving about 7:35.
Foremen Sample and Peterson were
clearing the wreckage with a gang
of men. He examined the couplers of
th-' flatcar. They were open and appeared in good order. Detective McLeod had said that he had no objection  to  the  clearing  of   th
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS  OF     THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and influential requisitions from the electors of
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in view of the extensive puhlic improvements now ln hand, and
proposed for the coming year, 1 feel
it my duty to accede to the wishes
of ilie electors in the premises, and
will therefore offer myself as a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, it was
my Intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the present
term, but the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in office until the improvement program, with which I am familiar in
every detail, is carried out, comp.
me to bow to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
If elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward pro-
'. .ling the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic government, and in every other possible
way advance the interests of onr
city,
Thanking   you,   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and  respectfully soliciting your
voles and influence, I am,
Yours very inceroly,
W.  H. KEARY.
New Westminster, U. (_'., Xov. 4.
1909.
Classified
WANTED.
WANTED���GIRL    POR
oi i;   and   care
Appl) 204 Agnes street
Advertisemer^
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
WANTED���TO      LEASE       HOUSE
,. ,���. na      Give location and parti-
Addresa   No. -I News Of-
277-1
GENERAL THH PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
,f children. dealer.-) in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Dank of Commerce building
'phone 831, P. O. Box 928.
culars,
WANTED    FOUR WAITRESSES and
i    apprentices.      Apply    Roy.aJ
Cafe.
AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLLNG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st���
opp. Windsor Hotel.
WANTED���TO    BUY    A      MEDIUM
I/, .\  bouse ClOSe ill. Deal  With OW'll-
ers   ..nlv.     Address   No. 4.   News w
FURNITURE
Office.
.   PALES,   TIIE   FURNITURE
277-1 j    Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie Btreets,
WANTED���SITUATION  BY  A  MAN
to look afti r cowi  or horses.   Ap-
, n 2;:;-:;
Phone ITU. night, call 81.
FREEMAN
Oulchon block
CUSTOM
i;r:.
o. u
H00M
a. 694,
STENi ur \,,,,,.
Typewriting;   co, .'"\    AM.
etters,    etc. Mines,
lumbia Btrei I '.���""'*. Co
TAIl.
GALVIN
loring,
i
���ADIES'
A    la   a
11 Itttl
lng and ri p ��� '��� l"'"B>
block.    Ent,  -,.
and 264 Clarkson '       *
WANTED���EMPLOY WENT BY MAN
for any kind of work. Apply at
office. -73";{
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerios, phone .'iSG. T^e Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
\.   .'^;��r :"'bj^/:W '
W^0ki:0/i'W
These palmists do not tell things to
j.base a person, but road your life
from the cradle to the grave Just as
it shows in your hand. All readings
must he satisfactory or no charges
will be made. Address 613 Columbia slreet, New Westminster, B. C.
LAND  ACT.
which was moved in consequenc
lie attended to the disposal of the
dead and wounded and left the eli aring of the wreckage to Mr, McQua-
rie. ll > was in charge of all the mechanical work of the system.
Mr. Harris, solicitor for South Vancouver, questioned the witness regarding the lighting of the track
where ii passed through the municipality.   The witness thought thai, had
New Westminster Land District, District of New Westminster.
Take  notice  that  William  Garland
McQuarrie, of    New Westminster, B.
wreck,   C, occuaption,    barrister at law,  in
tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
("ommencing at a post planted on
the shore of Welcome Pass at the
Southwest corner of Lot 1478, group
1 Xew Westminster district, thence
easterly following the south boundar yof said Lot 1478, 40 chains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Limit 38,783, " thence souih
along  the said westerly boundary  of
TO THE   ELECTORS OF THE  CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���Al the request of a v.-ry large number of citizens and ratepayers I consented to
allow my name to be submitted to the
people for iheir support as Mayor of
Xew Westminster for the year 101U.
My policy has been, is, and will be
wholly one of progress and in the interests of all the people of Xew Westminster. I will discuss issues through
the campaign ami ask your careful
consideration of all questions.
Polling day December 13th, 1909.
JOHN  A.  LEE.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���Al the request of a number of the ratepayers
of the city I have consented to offer
myself as a candidate for alderman
in the forthcoming municipal election.
The coming year we look forward to
being one of Mist industrial improvement in Sapperton, necessitating that
section of the city inning representation on the aldermanic board. If
elected as alderman for the year 191U
I pledge myself to do my utmost to
advance the interests, not only of
Sapperton. but of tbe city as a whole,
and on these grounds I appeal to the
electors of Xew Westminster for their
support.
JAS. X. AITCHISON.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SAL E CHEAP���SMALL BLOCK
of acreage by owm r, North Vancouver. 835 Park roa.! W., Stanley
Park. Phone 5226. -"*-"'
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING  UP    250
smart   turnout
blaS.
���X)R     HACKS  AND
Tiie   Fashion   Sta-
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO LET���TWO OK THREE FUR-
nlshed housekeeping rooms, furnace, etc. Apply '.'17 Fifth avenue.
LOST.
LOST���A     PARCEL     CONTAINING
two blouses between Fifth avenue
and city limits: tinder please return to Dainty Tea Rooms, Columbia street. o\"r "The Fair."
MACHINE   WORKS.
Thr: SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Co'nmbla street. Xew Westminster
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES &  CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  Suoiirban  property,
2G0 Columhia street.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,   Xew   Westminster.
WESTMINST!
Co
c
and  il  I
mates  furnished,
prletor.     Worl
and car Une.
473.
P,    (e
s, mantels
I     e|    ,..,,.
pro-
Eleventh
J -el Htione
C
New Wellington
AXD
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth,
Phone 105 P   O. Box 345
NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:
Take notice that in accordance with
authority granted by the Department
of .Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu Is-
more or less to the southwest corner
of said Timber Limit, tlience easterly
following the south boundary of said
Timbei' Limit 30 chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
thsre been plenty of light along the   said  Timber  Limit  38,783, 40 chains i land  draw  bridge  at   New   Westmin
track, no difference would have been
made so far as the accidi nt was concerned.
I). J. McQuarrie, local manager oi
the Xew   West minster  branch  of  th ���
B. 0. lv li.. was next sworn. He was ! southerly, westerly and northerly
called ont of hed al 6:30 a. m. by the along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
despatcher and told of the accldenl. j Welcome Pass to point of commence-
A car wiih doctors left Xew West- ment containing one hundred and six-
mlnster at 7:10, At the car shops ty (160 acres more or less.
about forty mcne were picked up to) JOHN' FERDINAND BAGGS,
clear  the   wreckage.     The   wreckage |    Agent for William Garland McQuar-
had all heen moved to one sitl-. and
the bodies had been removed from
the debris. He heard the story of
the train crew from Biakeman Burrows. A short time before a special
order had been issued with instructions referring to the Nanalmo road
switch. The crew said they carried
out th? order to the letter. He examined the coupling on the boxcar. It
was closed and apparently in good
working condition. He had no idea
who gave the order to hum the remaining wreckage. The roadmaster,
Mr.   Sample,   was  in   charge.    There
lie.
Dated. November 23rd, 1901).
TELEPHONE  604.
P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E. ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next  Cosmopolitan  Hotel.)
P.
&C0.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
*>*******>***************
*************
E. C. TRA VES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
ster, B. C., will be closed to boat
traffic for a period of about two
weeks, beginning November 15th,
1909, for repairs,
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C.  10. FOWLER,
President.
LIQUOR  LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
tbe premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson, in the said City of
New Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 16, 1909.
ALWAYS LIST YOUR PROPERTY
with Hah- Bros., 18H Columbia
sireet, for quick sales. Phone
335.     P, O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. (J.
���P. B Drown nnnagpr. P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
MARSHALL       BINCLAIR,       INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc U located for
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Boghle street, opposite Windsor  Hotel
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9. Westminster Trust
block.      P. 0.  Box  79S.
PIANO TUNING.
PIAXOS AXD ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will hrlng him.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER  LS
WOOD
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY I
kind or joh printing. Midget l"";<''
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, p. o. Box 14:.'. Old
Dally  News   Block.  Sixth  Street.
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE R527
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &
Tickets,  _!l   meals  for *i.      Home
cooking. All  white cooks; no Oriental labor employed.      Open day and
night      Opposite tram  otlice.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
II. J. A BURNETT, AUDITOR AND WE   BUY   ANT,   SELL   FURNITURE
Accountant.    Tel.  R 128.    Room 7
Westminster Trust Block.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Ha!l-Lavery  Block.
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
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CANADI^fflL
ATLANTIC STEA
  , I:,
tblmjiriroiLt:
You wLI find it to youi
CAFE|t<   arrange your bookin.
whether you intend to 1 " :;'
ng for your friends.
From  Montreal and Quebec,
Empress  of  Britain   from St, John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and partlcu
ply to ' .
E. GOULET,
C. P. 11. Agfnt.
6YNOP8I8   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
8TEAD  REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is the sole bead of a fau-uy
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of om-Hjuarter section' of
160 acree, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at
tha local land offlce for the district
In which the land Is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, bu made on
certain conditions by the" lather,
mother, Bon, daughter, brother or Bister of an intending honieBtead^r.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of tne tonowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
npon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three yeara.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity of
Uie land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may ba satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfted by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notlce ln writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights  may   be
leased   for    a  period  of    twenty-OM
years at an  annual rental  of
acre.      Not   more   than   25H0   acres
shall   ho  leased  to  one Individual or
company.      A royalty at the rate ot
five cents per ton shall  he collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W, CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement win not be nam
for.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
makcr and upholsterer, 4_i5 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furriture made and repaired. Mission furniture in flr and oak.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
"HEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
ibia     street. Firrs-class     moving
picture.-); Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and  Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, COHNEH
Columbia and Eighth. High-elan
moving pictures, Illustrated songs.
Program chanwd llonday, Weine*
day and Friday.
DRE8SMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,   SKIRTS,
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 201-tJ
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEW8
S.S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transrer will l����e
Brackman-Ker wkarf erery weekday
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner WW
ham Island and way ports n'turnln?
to Now Westminster on f.llD*'"1'
day. Saturday, returning Bame evening.
Additional trip Monday morula*
leaving New Westminster al " ��m'
Trips wlll be made to SteveatOD as
business warrants.
This schedule (subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rate
ply to ROBERT JARDIN*
!#���~xn*v
ap
Msaa��8r-
DYERS AND  CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where, the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
**>**_+***>*****_+*>e*_+*e**eeeeee*eeeeeeee*_+ee*>eee****'***\
Chest Protectors
at all prices
"TheMUwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South     West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains in  tne  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 sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
$1  per | give  their patrons  an  excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald��r. Portland. Or.
AT
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THE DRUGGIST AND |
.OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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through the columns of THE DAILY
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Hdent  that  you  J^.�����Mld eon-
served with excellent Md
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high  grade  and    cooked   by ��P
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the choicest at Kenny h.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,  OPP-
TRAM OFFICE. |D/ ,     ���;r,-FMBER   3,  1S09.
THE DAILY NEWS.
LEATHER  GOODS
THE  LATEST STYLES   IN    HAND   BAGS,   COL
LAR   BAGS,   CUFF   BOX ES, CARD CASES, CARI
3|   -i,   BILL BOOKS. ETC.,     ETC.        8I-;      OUI
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Lath,   Shinpets,    Mouldings    5,;.5,r,    .V..-, ������,
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Rubber Coats
Oil Clothing
Oil Capes
Mud-Colored Mackintoshes
(Piped with Leather and Plain)
Leather Coats
Mackinaw Coats
AM, AT
PHILLIPS
Columbia Street
The Wardrobe
Clothier
NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
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j Roya Cifv Branch, Columbia St.   *
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Phonographs
Machines
Elect       ii..".. i...
Cami
Cutle
Model am '; itte ��m
Musl ��� Instruments
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Safes
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FOR A HOLIDAY PRESENT
THAN ONE OF OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OF OUR ORGANS,
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH,
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE, SINGER SEW-
ING MACHINE ALL ON EASY
rERMS IF DESIRED. WE
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF VIOLINS,
GUITARS. MANDOLINS AND
CA8E5
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS
COMPLETE. A CALL WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BR   "ISI    COI UMBIA.
WHEN YOU SPEND A IX>LLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COW A V5
PERFECTION
coro a
(Maple Leaf Label)
Ii fhe best rthie, because It Is pure, nutritious snd very economies!.
THR COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
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NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
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nn,    Ottawa   oi   '������ lhe   Medical Hn
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���elt to accept lhe low ��� bI oi ahj ti "
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Newspapers copying Ihis iniveitlpp
menl withoul authorltj from the l��p-
partmenl will nol be paid.
.\   I.  JARVIS,
Assistanl Deputj  Mlnlslei and
Beerelarj ot agrk-ulture
Ottawa, Canada, Novembei 11   19'���'
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take iniii. e timi an application ,'"-'
l,i ,n made to reglsfei  ' liaili b ,,'"''
bury as n n< i in tee =ii"i le, ""
.i. r a tax sal    di    I tt       tli    reevi
nnd olerfc nf Uu  to i hai;' b ''���    ;
bui v.  i.ianiie..   flat Leth  day  ol
ial.. A. li. I 108, '.f -iU ii'i'l Pin-"1"'
that cerrtalfl pai p! oi traot ot ; "��� ;
and premises Bltus lying and bi eee.
in the Distrii I of ' ' ��� ''' stn ���"��� i
in tbe Cniviri" of Drltlsh ' oltimbl ���
more pa r t tf ni i. ly known and de
scribed ns Ixrts 16 and 16, subdivision
Of Block 2. of purl of I."'   "'. Qroup I
Yon anrl those < I ilmlng through ���
nnrtf-r yon attd Mil persots claiming
any intPrf-st in the Said land by vir-
tnp of any BWeglstered instrument,
and all persons claiming any infprpst
in the said land bj deSMtft, whose
title is not. registered under the r>r''
visions of the "i.niie. Registry Act,"
nre reriHired to contest the Claim ^
fhe fax pnrniasev w'thin forty-fve
days from the date of the service of
rhis notice upon you, and In default
of ai caveat or wrtfrfcate of 'is PPn'
dens helng ftlPd within SUCh period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each Of you will
he forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any clnim to or in re-
sper-t of the said land, and I sha'1
register Charles Bradbury as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby order
ilnt publication of this notice for
thirty day3 ln a daily newspaper published in New Went minster will be
i,iod and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offle.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 30th day of November, A. D��� 1909.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James Hiland, James Highland.
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'���     tieed repairs all  the t'mo
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materials        9        where    real
GILLEY t��t��'4.>s., Ltd.
To Rr CVivrn  Away ARSOt I'ltl V
VKYE,
Six (G) Full-sized lots, 50x122, BniTard Subdivision,
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on the suft-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just where
the '^-idge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THF v MVUFACTURERS ARE GIVING AWAY ABSO
M'TCiY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOTS IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION OF
NORTH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY IN VANCOUVER DISTRICT. TWO IN VICTORIA DISTRICT. ONE IN NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT AND ONE IN
NANAIMO   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
FUTURE���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
BF THE VALUE OF THESE LOTS ON Tv.E COMPLETION OF THE BRIDGE? $10,000 WONT
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 paeknge of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bar9 for 25c) from any
gi.���.-..,���.
First:    Cut out thr end of the package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:    Cut  out   the  coupon which  appears In the  Dally News every morning.
Third:    Paste  the two together and All In your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
It |h tHi Scaled Ballot Boy provided for the purpose at H. Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Columbia  street  and  Lome 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 BOr WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMITTEE SELECTED BY YOURSELVES
ON SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY ?9. 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 ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE STARTED MANUFACTURING
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WE EXPECTEDTHE 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
LIGHTHOUSE    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 Dally 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 A8 MANY COUPONS A8 YOU WISH.
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The Daily News
Published by TDe Dally .News Publish.
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Tlie Duty Xews Mlock, corner of McKenzie and Trew Btreets.
E. A. Paige Managing   Director
FRIDAY,   DECEMBER   3,   1909.
A PULL TOGETHER.
Every citizen ol New Westminster
who has the best interests of his city
at hearl    is firmly   Imbued with the
faith thai its future development and
greatness   is    certain   and    assured.
And  too, il   is generally    recognized
that this    prospect  resis    in a great
measure upon the due and proper development   of  its  potentialities  as  a
port.      Tlie  southern   margin  of the
city is laved  for miles by  the deep
waters of one of the  might}   rivers
of this continent, and her banks furnish the very ilnesi opportunities for
the erection   of   docks, wharves and
warehouses thereon.     A fresh water
porl is ever a Joy to the shipowner
and the Beaman, for II effects a cleansing of the hulls of their v< ssela and
ensures a freedom from the troublesome and destructive marine molluscs
scientifically   designated     the   teredo.
Bul  beyond this our river offers anchorage sheltered from    storms and
that within quite a short distance of
the ocean.      As    to  the    important
question of inter communication, thia
city has already excellent  means for
the distribution of commerce, but in
the  near future  ii   will   become  far
more so than it is al preseni a greal
railway  and  distributing  centre.
Therefore    providing    the citizens,
and tlie local administrative and commercial bodies, work upon wise lines
and combine together in common for
the attainment of the object in view,
there is nothing that can prevenl the
advancement of New Westminster to
the position  of    a national  port,  the
premier pori on the Pacific coasi; a
port   at     which   the  argosies  of    the
world's  nations  W.U1   land    their cargoes from west am' east for distribution throughout    the    Dominion, and
Will load the grain and produce of the
prairies and  the timber of our own
province   tor   conveyance to Europe,
Asia  and   Australasia.       This    noble
object, however, can only be attained
by  the full recognition of  the spirit
of  the old nautical  chanty,  "a  lo.ig
pu/l,  a strong pull, and  a  pull  altogether."     There  musl   be  no  intrusion of selfishness, no clamor for personal interests, no petty desire to enforce individual    opinion;   the effort j
Liust be altruistic, and all must pull
together as one for tbe common good
and prosperity of our city.
Thi need for such co-perative ac
tion bas been made jiearlj evident
quite recently by the presumptuous
claim of Vancouver to the inclusion
of the North Arm of the Fraser river
wii hin the control of the Harbor Commission of tliat city. To speak plainly this is neither mor nor less than
an impudent attempt to do a little
daylight stealing. No doubt our big
sister would very much like to possess a few miles of fresh waterfrontage, and at the same time gain an advantage that would represent the
thin end of the wedge toward securing control of the main channel of the
Fraser. But the citizens of New
Westminster must see to it that this
attempt of our avaricious neighbor is
trust,.ned and that she is made to understand that just as it is in lacrosse
so it is in regard to the waters and
land of this city and port, "What we
have we will hold."
In   no  lawful  or equitable  way  can
Vancouver maintain lhat she has any
right of control  over any  portion  of
the waters of the Fraser.     The whole
of  these, between this    City and the
sea. are Included within the gazetted
boundaries of the porl of New Westminster.      It    is  the duly    of every
citizen to give hearty support to the
City Council to .nullify the presumptuous  attempt  at  annexation  on  the
part of   the Vancouver   Harbor Commission, and for the advancement of
New Westminstei  to the dignified position of a national  port.
. Provincial politics with faith in his
I star and a power of carrying a ma-
i jority of the public with him.
This has been strikingly exempli-
I fled in liis sweeping success in the
: campaign just ended; the turning
against him of two of his colleagues
land the active hostility of so strong
a man In the Conservative party as
Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper appear
to have been of so little effect in
checking his onward sweep to victory
that It is difficult to Bee how his triumph could very well have been
greater if the two recalcitrant Ministers had stood with him and Sir
Charles Hibbert Tupper had support-
I ed him.
llis success will, of course, give renewed strength to tlie idea that he is j
'. the man  of destiny  whom  the stars '
! mark out for the Dominion leadership
of the Conservative party.      The pre-j
! diction was made a couple of weeks
'ago  by  Mr,  W.  F.  Maclean, who is a
j figure of    some    importance    on the
Conservative    side of    thi   Hous.. at
I Ottawa,    in  his    paper,    l       Toronto
World,  thai   by     Chns.iii.       Mr,   Mo
Bride would have disj lac   . Mr. K. L-
Borden.     Though that pr< diction can
hardly   be   realized   within   the   brief
time specified, ii may be thai Mr. McBride is the Joshua destined to suc-
ceed  the  Moses  who  for nine years
base been leading tbe Dominion Conservatives     through     the   wilderness.
However, it must be remembered that
British Columbia i.s a small  field, In
comparison   with  the  Dominion   ;and
that success in the provincial field is
by no means necessarily a guarantee
of success in the federal field.���Manitoba Free Press.
of the Westminster school Mr. Bouck
has found it necessary to employ the
entire time of an assistant, while Miss
McNlven's entire services are also
urgently needed in the Sprott-Shaw
school in Vancouvei, with the result
that he has secured the valuable B ir-
vices of Miss M. ll. Munro, who assumes the duties of teacher of Gregg
Shorthand and Touch Typewriting In
the    Westminster    Modem    Business
School. Miss Munro is a teacher of
Beveral years' successful experience,
and ii is accepted that not only belli.nn iction with the Royal City's only
business school will be advantageous,
bin also that she will become a valued member of society.
Vote for Keary and you vote for the
man who found Ne* Westminster
"brick and  left  it marble."
FRIDAY,   OECPMir,
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WAIT AND WATCH.
MOREY'S, 665 Columbia Street
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
Goods
in Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Leather Goods, Calendars,
Cards, Pictures, Crockery,
China, Glassware and NOVELTIES of every description. Twenty.three Years' Experience in this particular
trade means something. It
shows up in our stock. Come
and see it.
Suggestions
For Christmas
HUNDREDS   OF   GIFTS   ARE  HERE, READy Fnp
THE   LARGEST,   THE   MOST   COMPREHENSIVE 11 n CH00s'NG.
ATTRACTIVE   SHOWINR   in    m<_-..,     Vt AND THE Mnc-r
ATTRACTIVE   SHOWING   IN    NEW WESTMINSTER
SOME   HINTS: "viiiN&TfcR.
E MOST
HEREAR��
JAR.
ROCKERS,   MORRIS  CHAIRS,   LADIES'    SECRET^
DINIERES, TEA SETS, ETC. otl-Rt FARIES,
NOW   IS THE TIME TO  BUY.        GETTING    F,rSt    r
AND  WE   WILL  DELIVER   FOR   YOU,   AT   ANY    tmII       H��'CE'
ADDRESS. Y    TIME-   TO  ANY
We Aim to Satisfy
I   F F' S  Furniture Emporium
l_4   L_i  _Li     Kf Lea's Block. Columbia ___,__*
frbia Street!
NEW WESTMINSTER. R. r
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XMAS CARDS
Only 82 days before the tolls are
removed from the New Westminster
bridge vide F. J. MacKenzie's pledge.
Only 82 days tu wait b .'fore the
Xew Westminster bridge will be
lighted at night, vide F. J. MacKenzie's pledge.
MOREY'S, 665 Columbia Street
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We  h.ve  just received  a  very   great   range   of   XMAS   CARDS fr���m   4
the  very  best  publishers.       You   had better make your s^lec, ons   ow  ���
while the assortment is complete.       It  will   not   cost  you   a      Z  *
and you  can gam a great advantage by doing your buying earl?
Our selection   is beyond  comparison In the city.
Vote for Keary and you vote for
the man who stayed with New Westminster through all adversity.
u^aiB
BUSINESS COLLEGE GROWS.
Sinee the Westminster Modern Business School opened its doors on August 16 iis expansion has been so
great that Mr. Bouck has found it nec-
essarj to change some of his teaching
arrangements with the Sprott-Shaw
Business Institute in Vancouver.
Hitherto Miss I. McXiven lias not
bei n ni.I ��� tu devote her entire time t >
the Westminster school, as her - ��� ,
ices wan. rei)uired for a portion <'��� t
the day in Vancouver, but owing to
the lapid and unprecedented  growth
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J.  MACKAY & CO, j'
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HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA
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The  Pair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for Cv._M and sell for tbe same
Special Today
Odd  bits of   Bone   China at 10c
to 75c each.
7-ROOM HOUSE CLOSE TO SIXTH STREET CAR LINE,
ONLY $1800 ON EASY PAYMENTS.
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE JUST OFF BRUNETTE ST. ANO
THE NEW SAPPERTON-MILLSIDE CAR LINE. BATH, ELECTRIC   LIGHT,   ETC.,  $1800.      $250 CASH  SECURES  IT.
We do Furnace Work.
We make Smokestacks.
We make Eavetrough and Conductor Pipes.
We repair Heating Stoves.
j       We do all kinds of Tinsmithingj
I work.
White,,Shiles^Co  JERK'S HARDWARE,^Webster,ba
628 Columbia St,, New Westminster.
MR.   McBRIDE'S  TRIUMPH.
The result in British Columbia, emphasizes two already well established
Western Canadian  political  facts, or,
perhaps,  it  would  be more  accurate
to say, a fact of general application
and a fact of Western Canadian application.      The flrst is the difficulty
of  dislodging  a  Government  that  is
strongly entrenched in power.      The
second  ls the Irresistible effect of a
policy which impresses    the average
elector as one  that    promises great
things in the way of development of
the  resources of the country.    .    .    .
That  is how the    result is most accurately  to  be described���that    Premier  McBride  has  swept    the  Province.      He  himself    is    his  Government's    main    strength,      He    is a
leader  who    plunges, a Napoleon  of
MAYORALTY ELECTION
NOTICE.
W.     H.    KEARY'S    CANDIDATURE.
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 rooms will be open until after the election 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.
The Royal Cafe
is now under NEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most  prompt   service  in   the  city.
Our 25c Lunch (11:30 to 2) and 35c
Dinner (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
Dominion Trust Block, Opp. Postofflce. J. P. CASH, Proprietor.
Electric Railway Serv^e j
City   Line:   Cara   le ive tram ���
office on tbe hour, twenty niln
Utes   after,   and   forty
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Lasi  car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leav- tlie depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
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after, commencing at 6:20 a. w J
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave J
at ten  minutes after the hour, ���
half past and fifty minutes :ib(' *
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Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
intlZ D��ThiS d0W" .n<? Ten Pollars Per month. no
B^tiecSS^ 1S 0" the "eW CUt-��ff 0f the
All kinds of securities purchased.
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LTD.     HALE BROS. & CO
List your property with Hale Bros.
& Co. for QUICK  SALES.    We
handle all kinds of  farm  lands,
house properties, etc.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.      1
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GORDON'S
Dry Goods Hot
"LL   MAGNATES | WOLGAST   WAS   WINNER
LAY   PLANS   FOR   SEASON I |N MONDAY'S FIGHT
Special  Sale  Ladies    Separate
Coats Friday and Saturday
LADIES' COATS In   plain br  line
i.   military style; size   3    h    to    16 In.   bui    .':'
....,    brown, myrtle and black.     A splendid cos
��� i..i.i   ..,,,! Saturday tor	
DON'T MISS SEEING THESE.
he Fashion Centre
De    "   -With  the football
���'    il     ovi ,   baseball  will
fo      i   (lire-'' acl
'  '       wlll come   the annual
11     magnates,  who win
 re,   make two or
.    ilie-   playing rules
I edule.      Then will
��� Linin    i    the players in
 i ������ er parts bf the
Wil act, best bl
In    ol  lh    game on the
majoi    leagui      > 111 hold
     meetings In   New  York
���    Deci ml ��� and to the
        large number ol
    the v. k after the big
     al   Madison Squari   gi
' ���      a  number   of y ��an   the
��� .... the baseball meetings
Fork in the same
���     tli lega ���    royally
;     ������    i    i-.a.... ...    ol  the
h    promoti r of the
''     I    face <ei thing . iii ��� mosl im-
h i   ���,���������    I.. ������ .      .      -��� .tional
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I [i veil.a    and   roi     Ward,
,a.
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ii .
'   ���       .   accounts    ol    I        '   I
' i    fighi    in   San  Era
" when  Al  Wolgast,  "I
; Milv auke. .   ������������ i ,   the   decision
ovi     Lev   Powell   a    the end of 20
rounds ->' furioui and ai times bloody
; fl^htin ji      to  hand,    Woi      I
had   the betl M esl   from
; staii   lo  finish,  and    liis    whirlwind
' rushi i and ag :  tl ' tine prov.
nbination  thai    the    Califor-
| nia fighter was unable to mei t.  Ref-
iack Welsh  i   ���     the v, rdict to
W il Immediatelj   al   thi   conclii-
[sion of the final round, and his deci-
; slnii mei  the unanii app     al bl
'���������ors.
P   ��� i 11 was the- favorite al oddi   oi
���   and he was backed for thous-
ii  now Is concedi d that Woi-
| pasi. after hi i Bhowini I    i   the
ulan, is the li I    oppon-
' en   I     ���"    ���   ���     Nelson.
marl   bl    foi
| terrific  clip the  flghtei     i laintained
��� ���      the   disinclination . n;    time
to hrei hirk punl hment.
W. E. FALES
offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in House Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
The Leading Furniture House
612-618 Apes Streel, Opp. Public Library
Undertaking   in   a I'I   Its   Branches
Armours to Have Branch  Here.
Toronto,   D       2. ���It ib  understood
thai l ompany of Chi
���   ���    boul  i    '   ��� iblish    a   branch ol
theii   ' ' lng    Industry in Can
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MMING POWDEK t_M
MAY LOCATE HERE
Nanaimo in Darkness.
Xanaimo,     Dec.     2.    i iwing     to   ;>
.   down of machinerj in the planl
of tne electi I orks hall   the
city was ia d . ilgbt, and
will remain
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
BEST   FOR THE   EYES   I
bem  toi   fi"    mono..   and bes     In workm        I
This w ��� can < ruthfuilj   bo o    ou     MADI
glasses,    Lei   ui  pe Bonall tei     oi   mon   ibou   ll       S
optica   Parlor,
Imnilnioii  Trust   BIdg
W. F. TATE.
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The Art of Giving
��� BCt an article both useful   and  beautiful.      This  combln    loi
aund in my new stock   of
SILVERWARE
::������ the many articles will   be found fruit Dishes. Cake Baskets
Tl   vs. Toast  Racks,  Butter   Dishes,   Bon    Bon    Dishes,   S|
Napkin  Rings. Child's Silver   Mugs,   Child's   Sets.   Cream   and
Bu|       -������ '--������  Sugar Spoons.
:    have  vou  call and   look over  ita
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I  Player  Meets with Accident.
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th.   cat.   ��� ���    on  the St.
1 - ll ;    e v   his
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    for I        are no   dra1 Ini
a      ites in I     C ,,;'  rnli   towns   and
a >.    rack i '.i    '���    up again n   It.    11
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begli    ' ison    next 8    ;-     and
1          mai  :
!       will i ���          sympathj
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'Me      pla 'hii      ���������   in,   his
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all hii   do I      'e'1     ���   mil   h        I
paid       - ��� ���    hi   wil    In   .    to  spend
o    111    ��� ���        '   ���
Representatives of Coledyke Company
Pay Visit to City  In  Search  of a
Suitable Site.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Shrubb After Man h
The foil     Ing 1 oi     ' ihn  0.
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3li ubb t< I Paul
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mile $50i
and winm      ake i '
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:    a strong probability  thai
���   '     In    powder factorj   wlll bi
in New V tei In the
iture.
.1.  D. O'Mallej   and  C.  ll.   Hubble,
nting  the    Coledyke    Powder
all       i n    C     H.    Suiaii
lecretai tl     "   rd ol
���   -da ��� ���'  were
��� around the town by bim. The
com    ������     aire adj    '        factories   1
��� ��� ln Winni] ' 'land,
nnd ii everything Is satisl . thej
will In all probabilit;   I
Tl       musi   have  a  factory  on   tl
loi ation lies
���   N      Westminster nnd Van-
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Ii  is the Intention of tha company
��� I   ii   largesl   (ictor.   hi re,
make it the I     I offl
':'��� 0,000 worth of    baking
nnually in th   pri
of British Columbia, and the trade In
Alberta   and   all    loreign     oun
would  lee  supplied  from   New   Wesl
ter.
��� ctory,   whether   establl '
m  Vancouver,    wlll  emploj
thre ��� hundred girls and
��� ni'. en men.
Patients Increase.
mis    from thi      .     ncial
I Ital  for the Insane for far past
month allow aii  inci i i ���   of nine  in
the numbi i    of   pal.lent., undergoing
treatment In the Institution.    In full
the returns are us follows:
in hospital at beginning of month, 371
males, 122 females, total 526;  admitted during the month, 11 males   i  fi
males,   total   18;   discharged  withoul
probation, r>  males;    discharged    on
. Hon, 2 males, l fea.ail -, total 3;
transferred from    Vor.ion   asylum,  i
eli".i, l male, i femal<, total  I
in hospital at  clos :    ol    month   375
10 f.      les, total ',:'.:,. on pro-
'   . uonth, 21 mala,.. 1 1
.    B   total    12;   total   malar  I ���
ment al i nd ol ��� 396 males, i t"l
567.
ence between talking and acuhg,'1 re-
marked the spi a
Experience Necessary.
Alderman fader spoke to the am
. t, adding tbat i. did no; think
that a man should run toi mayor until la bad had two oi three years' experience In the eoune.il. Ex-Alderman G ei. MacKenzie and ex-Aid >r
man \v. VV. Forrester also thought
that experience was necessary, and
they both considered that Mr, Keary
was ili^ man  tor  the position,
J. N. Aitchison, ouy of the new can-
dldates for the council, stated that,
iu liis opinion, Mr. Kearj had always
done his besl for the city, nol only
for the centre of Hie city but for Bap-
i in. But he thoughl that lll>
time had come when Sapperton needed a representative und thai was his
e for being in the flsld.
nmtttee > were appointed to look
after the finances and advertising of
the campaign, and others to attend to
the votars' lists. There are 2166
names on the list and some of those
nt lasl night prophesied last
night that Mr. Keary would have a
majority   running    up  into  the  hun-
Mayor Keary Fires
\k Opening Oun
Vote for Keary  and prosperity.
Powder   Manager   Resigns.
....
past nil
pany's
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��� win leavi   foi   Boston      '   re he
 '     up hi
(Contlnui d from Pag< Om .)
inything that h id  b ien done or
had not been done by Uie council for
ie ] iinl a  out
i .      thi   Bervant  ol
.    , dictator. Any-
j thing that had been done by th. ��� i
ell  had   bi ���    upon  by   the
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would b
��� i  :aly to at       ��� 2 all cl
....     . ee i an.,
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Aid .
he could .
ily i . ! . il   Mr. K   . .     aid
.   I    int.. Un
. il  i find oul  Hi ��� diffi r
Vote for Keary and you vote for
the man who has helped to make the
exhibition, New Westminster's greatest asset.
Sealed Tenders
For the Purchase of Plumber's Stock.
Tenders  for  the  purchase of    the
stock of the I      .   . ya li Plumbing
& Heating Co., oi Ladysmith, B. C���
will be receive i bj the undersigned
up til) noun oi Tl iday, December
'iiii, 1909. Sioek  nni'.nuts to 12663 10.
Tenderers will bid at a rate on the
dollar, specifying terms ou which
they wish to pui-clmse. The stock
may hi bi i on application to Mr.
Rolstun of the Ladysmith Hardware
Co., and Inventory sheets and full par-
ticulars may be had from the under-
1. The hlghesl Ol any tender
nol 11]   a.'copied.
.1. E. CHAMBERS,
347 Pender st.. Vancouver, B.C.
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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.
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REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PRONT   STREET.
Basket Ball
Friday   Night, December  3.
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE    vs.    VAN
COUVER   ATHLETIC   CLUB
���at the���
COLLEGE GYMNASIUM
(Two Games)
Preliminary  starts at  8  o'clock.    Ad
mission 25c.
First Arrival of
New Fail Goods
in all the latesl   ihade    md fashions.
.inst opened oat,    you'll be .!"|j   '   '
to   it-o ihem.
J, N. Aithison,MRiT,lianf Tailor
COLUMBIA STREET.
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;Ke<>p Your House Warm |
Steam Heat With Gas Fae.
OAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
JAMES&McCLUGHA^
b-   SECOND-HAND      COOK   STOVES  FOR SALE CHEAP.      ^
��� Block, rront St., New Westmingtcrj
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Company
have finished installing their
new plant in the new Thomson
block, Market square, and are
now prepared to execute all
orders promptly. Thfy 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, at well as
the better grades of commercial
work.      TELEPHONE 388.
"Lifnhnoy Soap la dollplitfully refreshing for bath nr toilet, l'or washing nnderrlothfncr it ls iinnqnalod.
Cl.-\inses  and   purifies.
It Pays
You
TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIR
TY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS. WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TEST
ING.
WE SOLICIT YOUB
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
TELEGHAPH*MAIL ORDERS
FOR
INSURANCE
All kinds of insurance written at the lowest possible rates in strong independent Canadian and
British companies only.
We aro general agents for some of the best fire,
life, accident, live stock ancl employers' liability companies doing business, and can bind a risk without a
moment's delay.
Place your insurance in an office that makes insurance its principal business, and be sure that it is
attended to promptly.
ALPRED   W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WATER   NOTICE.
N'otice is hereby given that an application will be made under Pan V.
of the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain
a license in the Westminster Division
of West minster District.
(a). The name, address and occupation of fhe applicant is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
its head offlce at the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, and having it
capital of |2,500,000 divided into --
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up.
ib). The name of the lake, stream
or source is Suicide Creek, flowing
into the Nlcomen Slough in Dewdney
district, about three and one-half
miles east of Dewdney station on the
Canadian Pacific Railway.
id. The point of diversion i*
about eight miles up Suicide Creek
from the poini where Suicide Creek
intersects with the Canadian Pacific
Railway.
Id). The quantity of water applied
55 cubic feet per second.
for
RHEUMATISM
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I nam ever; chronic rheumatic to thraw
away ;.;i medicines, ail liniments, all
plasters, nml give MUNYON'S RIIEUMA-
iism REMEDY a trial. No matter what
your ila.ior may e:iy, U" mattor what
ymir friiii.<is may sny, DO matter how
prejudiced you may be against nil advertised remedies, ^a, nt once to your dni..-
Klst and set a botlle of the KHEtJMA-
'i ism i.kmi:i>y. n it fall* i" give satisfaction.! will refund your money.���Munyon
Komeml.er tlii- remedy contains no salicylic acid, no oi lum cocaine, morphine or
ct'U.r harmful drucs. li is put up un.l.-r
(he guarantee of the Pure Food and Urug
Act. ,.
For sale by all druggists,    Price. 25c.
Novelties   in    Leather
Goods at
MOREY'S!
Just the thing for sending away.
In   D.   D.   D
Y_  '���
(e). The character of the proposed
works is the diversion of said creek
by means of dam, ditch, flume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipes, and
the establishment in connection
therewith of a water power plant for
the generation of electricitj for mechanical, industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly in the operation of motors, machinery, electric
lighting, the operation of tramways
and other works for which such light,
heat and power, are suitable and
available. The premises on which
the water is to be used is a power
house to be constructed in Township
Twenty-one IL'I), Dewdney (listrict,
ahout two miles norih of the Canadian Pacific Railwav, n��ar Suicide
Creek.
(g). The purposes for which the
water is to be used is to generate
electric power, light and heat for
traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing and all and every industrial
or other purposes to which it may be
applied.
(i), If the water is to be used f��r
power or mining purposes describe
���*'" place where the water is to be
returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return. The water win ba returned to
the bed of Suicide Creek al or ii1 ai
J_he said proposed powerhouse, the
difference In altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
ijt. Area of Crown land intended
to be occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed 900 acres inclusive of
lands to be submerged by reason of
storage of water.
(k). This notice was posted on
the 3rd day of November, 1909, and
a] plication will be made to the Commissioner on tlie loth dav of December, 1909,
(1).   Give the names and addi
of any  riparian  pr 'i>' letors  or  lid n-
sees who or w in...   la   .    a     likely
to be affected by the proposed " ,]:
either above    or    belo i    the outlet,
none.
inn.   The part of    tie'    M moran-
duui of Association of I  i   Con pai ���
which authorizes the propos el application and works, reads as follows:
(3). The objects for which the
Company is established and to which
objects the Company are restricted
are the acquisition of water an 1 water power by records of unrecorded
water or l.y the purchas ��� of water
records or water privileges for.
(a i Constructing, operating and maintaining electric works, power houses, generating plant, and such other
appliances and conveniences as are
necessary and proper for the generating of electricity or electric power,
or any other form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to, ���,,.,,,,.
be used by the company or by persons '' '
or companies contracting with the
company therefor, as a motive power
for the operating of motors, machinery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by tlie company to consumers for heating or as
a motive power for propelling tramways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,
pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
drilling and milting or for any other
operations to which it may be adapted
or to be used or supplied for in connection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may be applied or rei.uired.
igi. For rendering water and
water power available for use. application and distribution by erecting
dams, inci easing (he head of water in
an.v existing body of water, or extending the area thereof, diverting the
waters of any Stream, poinl or bike
into any other channel or channels,
laying or erecting any line or flume,
pipe or weir constructing any raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel.
building, or oilier erection or work
which may be required in connection
with the Improvement and use of the
said water and waterpower or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any
such works, or any part thereof.
(n). The company applies for a license to store water. The place of
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water is the land above the said
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an area of about eight
hundred acres to bo formed by the
utilization of the natural elevation of
the land and dams,
(o) The means by which it is proposed to store the water is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling upon the surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot in depth above
the outlet will be at zero ten acres,
and increasing at the rate of about
five acres for each foot in depth.
(ti). It is proposed to acquire the
land���which may be held by private
owners���by purchase or lf necessary
by expropriation.
(r).   The   acreage   feet     approximately intended to be Impounded will
joe about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. B. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver. B.C.
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd., Incorporated 1898.
A   DRUGGIST'S CONFIDENCE
1
i
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
j
Prescriptions
zema Cure,
a druggist frankly
as  an   Ec-
WHEN GOING EAST
When a druggist frankly gives his I
opinion Of a remedy it is well  worth   ASK THE TICKET AGENT
listening to.  He is in position tn know TO SEND YOU OVEIi
jusi what the remedy is made of, and t
he knows whether it is curing his customers  or not.
Druggist R.  C.  Roberts, of Osage,
Sask., has still other grounds for his
favorable opinion of D. D. D. Prescrip-1
tion.   lt cured him of a stubborn case |
of ESczema.   Here is his testimony:
"Having had eczema On my hands
the past three years and being a druggist I have used a great many ointments, but lune never used any drug
that gave such grand results as D. D.
D. Prescription.
"I have also advised a number of
other people to use D. D. D. and find
it did them good. I have every confidence in this remedy."
D. D. D. has been remarkably successful in curing eczema and other
skin diseases, because it attacks; the
itch right Where tha germg whici
cause it livi���in the skin. It steeps
the Itch instantly, soothes, heals and
permanently cures.
"1 especially recommend D. D. D.
Soap ln connection with the treatment."���Frank .Mackenzie. ��� druggist,
New Westminster.
For samp'e bottle of D. D. D. Prescription. \ ���;  > to the D. D. D. Laboratory,   Depanment   N.  N\, 23 Jordan
street, Toronto.
For sale by all druggists.
FRATERNAL   SOCItiitS.
I, O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.��� j
The  regular  meeting  oi  this  lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every Monday   evening :
at  8 o'clock.    Jas.  Ferguson, noijie I
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.     I
A. O.  I". W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3 j
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tues- i
day in each month,     /isitiug Uretli- |
ren    cordially    lnviied    to    attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
eson, W. Pres.
tary.
H. Schofleld, Secre
OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets m tne
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tbe tniro
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novenihur, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at nny monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
soclation, Lord of the isles Camp
llil��� Meets on the first, and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W. Sutherland.
O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall.
Columbia street, every Friday even
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. Q, K. (Jllley,
N, G.; C. E Osborne, p Ci, recording secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIET1EB
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. ami A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.
No. 1150i L. O. L��� No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46S3. I. o. F.j C. o.
F. Court Westminster, No. 880;
.Brotherhood  of Owls.  Nest  No.  29
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���Meets socond and fourth
Mondays at 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of tha
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 WE8T1HINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Fight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.        LTD.
Embodies the newest  and  best ideas
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.      It  is   lighted   with   both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. The
pquipment consists of private eompart-
ii'ieiit cars, standard 16 sfK'tioa sleep-1
ers,     luxurious dining  car,     reclining
chair oars   (seats  free),   modern  day
coaches and buffet, library and smok- j
lng cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
VEAR3��
IENCE
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
SEATTLE
ANCOUVER
VICTORIA
ROUTE.
Van-
Seat-
S.S. Princess Victoria loaves
iouver 11 p.m., going direct to
le  daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver i
.in., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth  St.
^RIDAY,   December 3,
_ J '���'
wm
�� VA
��� ..<-���
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster oa Wed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m, 1st and 14th
each  month   for  Quatsino and    way
ports; twentieth of .ach month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
FRONT  STREET
Is the place to buy or sell new and
bi cond-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JANS
which we ar<. offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid largo cast)
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, bui no matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
I Columbia St.      "Man on tlr.) Wheel. '
Roof of your house c
barn gone back on you
No
I
1
winter,
wonder afti
Mevr ern Miind it.
rut nn  ��  new   ani-   nf  I;  u
Roofing.    Notl '^roid
uunerntj j
.ill.tan    ,
. [t  1S  weather-prooi and fir...,
luting. re'
Will not melt, crack or rot
Most easily applied _<_2 reqni
no painting.
Call or write (or ful
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and Julv 2.
CITY  ELECTIONS.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE,
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.""
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From   New   Westminster     Monday,
A  dnesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chiiliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., it
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Pr0p.
SPRING
LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
MEATS
Central Meat
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
FD.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.   II.   FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W.  THOU-f,
General Superintendent  Victoria.
CO CRT BRUNETTE, NO. 40JO, l.O.K
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month   at    S  o'cloi k,  In  the  small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
 ^^^^ i
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLhiS, j
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday i
evening at 8 p.m. in the Eagles j
hall, Columhia street.     J. N. Altcb
Traoe Marks
Dt:~;GNS
Copyrights &c.
AnrnnnejPTifMnR ft pkptrli and doearrlntl.-.n ma-?
Jul.'lily iisi-prtair. r..:r cipuiian free whether a;i
Invention la probn! Ip p.uentuMa. '-,,n,i,(urilciv.
tloiiBRirictlrrnnfldeutliU. HANDBOOK on Patenti
sent !"">. ..'!"st aponc*forBecurtnirp&tents.
Patent* t-'Kcti tnrouch Munn A Co. receive
In.' ial ttotlaa, without clinic 2, in the
Scientific JItsicricatt.
A handjomely Ulu.-tratc.il wce-dy, Largoat ctr-
culntir.n ot any Bdent!3o Journal. Terms for
Canada, {3.75 a year, pohtr,j;e prepaid. 8��� il hy
nil DQWBa<8iilen.
IKIlINMiCo^8,B'n8*����'WewYQrli
Hraii.ih OJ-loo, OT.'. F ft. Wa��l-iu.ti i . h. &
HE HOME PAPE
Is   the   Paper   Tbat   Prints   All
the      Home      News.
The     Daily     Newf
10c   a    Week.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the City of New Westminster
that I require the presence' of tlle
said electors at the City Hall, on
Monday the 6th day of December,,
1909, al ll o'clock a.m.. for the purpose of electing a .Mayor and two
j School Trustees for the year 1910,
and at ll! o'clock noon of the same
day, for the purpose of electing seven
persoi!? as Aldermen for the said year
of 1910.
Tha mode of nomination Bhttfl be as
follows: Each candidate shall be.
nominated in writing; the writing
shall be subscribed by two persons
as proposer and seconder, who shall
be duly qualified electors and residents in the city, and Buch nomination
paper shall contain a statement
signed by the person nominated that
he consents to such nomination.
The nomination papers shall be ''������"
livered to the Returning Officer at
any time between the date of this
notice and iin case of the Mayor and
School Trustees) 12 noon of the 6th
day of December, 1909, or iin the case
of Aldermen) 1 o'clock p.m. of the
same day.
In the event of a p..ll being nee. s-
Bary, such poll will be opened on the
13th day of December, 1909, at 9
o'clock a.m., and will remain open
until a p.m. of the same day at the
following places: The Council Chamber, City Hall; the Fire Hall, Sapperton: and the Waterworks Storehouse,
ai ilie corner of Quebec and Eleventh
Btreets; of which every person is inquired to take notice and govern himself accordingly,
Given  under  my  hand  at  the  City	
Hall, New Westminster, the 24th day GEORGE   E.   MARTIN   BARRISTER
of  November,   1009. and   Solicitor.    Quid *, C0>
W. A. DUNCAN, lumbia    and    McKenz     Sts   New
Returning Officer. Westminster. Ii. C.
Oorner Eight* St. and   Fifth Amu
PHONE 17a
���OWELL A ODDr,  Proornton
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDM   '
ters    and    solicitor
Trust Block,  Colum N ��
Westminster.   W. J.  >���
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER &   '
(P. C. Wade, K. C, A   ��� ���-��� i
O,   McQuarrie I.     Boll ���-
ters, etc., 42 Lorne ��� -''
courthouse,       New     V     minster
(Phone    143.      Vai
Rooms   20   and   21,  Wl
lng, 413 Granville sir.   I   cornei oi
Hastings street.
Dress Goods Specials
Friday
Saturday  Shoppers
These are a few odd lines and broken ranges which we want to move
off the shelves.   All are Seasonable Goods and sell in the regular way
at from 75c to $1.00 per yard.   Here is a Splendid Opportunity to procure a nice suit or dress-length at Extraordinary Bargains.
I _________E___,11.-
ALL U'Ooi. BENGALINE, a nice,
warm, dressy materia] wbicb, made
up, drapes very effectively; 40 Inches
and may be had in black, navy,
lue, brown, biscuit and grenat
Wide
saxel
DIAGONAL SERGE, in black, navy,
brown and cream, all wool and 40
inches wide.
PLAIN VENETIAN
Inches wide in black,
cardinal and brown.
CLOTH,    .",8
navy,   myrtle,
PLAIN SATIN CLOTH, permanent
finish, 40 Inches wide in black and
navy only,
FANCY WORSTED    SUITING, all
wool, 40 Inches wide
In navy and brown.
SELF    STRIPED
Inch, good weighi in
grenat,
two-tone effect
VENETIAN,
black, navy
.'IK
md
STRIP
es  wide
brown.
'I' SATIN CLOTH. 40 Inch-
in  black,    plum,  grey  and
GENTLEMEN!
38-INCH ALL WOOL CASHMERE,
very fine quality in a big range of
colors.
All these lines to be cleared on
Friday and Saturday, at per yard
Vou wanl something good in night
apparel to make you sleep in comtort
this cold weather. We have an extra heavy flannelette night shirt,
large and roomy, well made and finished and splendid value at $1.60.
Special Price Friday and Saturday
only.
$1.00
William Hunter Company, Ltd*
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
\f_ ^^
Dry Goods, Gents* Furnishings, Boots and Shoes FR,DAV,  DECEMBER   3,   1909-      I
THE DAILY NEWS.
TACF SEVEN.
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New Westminster today has the brightest future
1 of any city in the Dominion of Canada, with harbor
| facilities second to none, laved by the mighty
I Fraser.
The city owns the waterfront within its limits,
but who fought for and secured this greatest of all
��� assets?
e
Mayor Keary.
Who stood by our fair city after the disastrous
I fire of 1898?
Mayor Keary.
Who has always had this city's interests before
I him and slaved for its prosperity?
���
Mayor Keary.
Who has served the city for seven years and al-
: ways had the backing of the citizens of the Royal
# City?
Mayor Keary.
Is it right, is it fair, to withdraw our confidence
in our Chief Magistrate?
NO!
THEN WORK, VOTE AND
RE-ELECT
MA YOR KEAR Y
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THE DAILY NEWS.
New
mg
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
IMPERIAL CREAM, AND
TO INTRODUCE IT WE
ARE SELLING IT FOR 10c
A TIN. THIS IS A NEW
LINE WITH US, AND WE
WANT IT TO BE A NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER THAT ALL
GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE  HALF SOLD.
***eeee*ee*eeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
���**���  a��� H..   '-tl
/^ri^
We
Coal
have a full line of
and Wood Heating
Stoves at right prices. See
them   before  you  purchase.
City News
rRIDAY,   DECEMBER 3
1909.
R. 11. Koss of Sidar, B.C., is spending a few days in the city the guest
of .Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tate, 27 Columbia street.
For first-class cut  flowers  and any
kind of Floral work, teleuhone Davi-
Greenhouse, R208.
Messrs. L. and D. Smith yesterday
disposed of their twenty-acre farm on
the Blue Mountain road, in Coquitlam, for the sum of $8,000. The
purchasers were Hati Bros, of Vancouver, whose intention ii is to subdivide   into  one-acre   residential   lois
'and place it upon the market. Smith
brothers purchased    the    land eight
] years ago from W. R. Austin for'only
I $15 an acre.
Don't  be in n hurry to order your
j turkey as P. Burns & Co. have a full
supply coining in from the east.
��� Anderson & Lusby I   Vote for Keary and New Westm|n-
��� J   *  ster.
COLUMBIA STREET.
��� THE ���
\m/-//      PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
* -" i > 'I - ,   ���' '   '���
TV '!     '    'e '   .
jl   *1'    I
if) <���   '   h*  ..
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
T. A.
& CO.
Order your bulbs for Spri.T,' flow-
1 ers now from Davies, Greenhouse
, telephone   B208. 261-ti
King up Lyne, 'phone R190, 224
j Eleventh street, for live and dressed
, fowls at shortest notice.
The case against the four Japs Who
1 were mixed up in the light at Pitt on
' Thursday will he heard on Saturday
i at  1 o'clock before Police Magistrate
Smith of New Westminster Junction.
II. L.  Edmunds is acting for the Japanese.
Piano  and
Martin,  Mus.
organ   tuning.      \y.   E.
Baa, 'phone LG15, city.
Carnations galore at Tidy's florist
store, 737 Columbia street. Phone
L1S4. **
Vote for
progress.
Keary and  you    vote for
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
BARGAIN
New Cottage on large lot, fronting
on wide street, for quick sale, $1500.
easy terms.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A Practical School for
Practical People.
No other school in Canada���we j
make im exceptions���gives its students such a broad and comprehensive business education, such abundant preparation for the serious duties of life. Is the best too good for
you ?
Day and Night School. Call or
write for particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY WITH
W. H. NESBITT & SON
Phone 596 650 COLUMBIA  ST.
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  086
Westminster
Transfer Co.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, und shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open-
lag new accounts.
If you  haven't  a  Savings  Account,
NOW is the besl time to start one.
The Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Paid up Capital Stock.   ...$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total Assets   $61,046,000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
jmce   Phone 18b.      Barn 'Phone 13
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered    ...roraptly    to
any part of the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
MAYORALTY    ELEXTION    NOTICE.
Dr. J. D. Gamble, optician, is at
625 Columbia street, Hoom 12, every
Friday.
The Sons of Kngland Benefit Society will hold its annual banquet and
dance on Monday evening, December
13. Arrangements have been made
with ihe street railway company to
run a special car around the city alter the dance for the accommodation
of those who live some distance away
from the centre of the city.
Everybody  welcome  to  the bazaar
in old K. of P. Hall (over Curtis'
store 1, Friday and Saturday of this
week at 2 p.m. Fancy work and
novelties, aprons, candles, .'..'Ms. flowers, college pennants, fish pond both
delicatessen. Good orchestra both
evenings. Afternoon    tea    servi d
each day and supper on Saturday
evening from f. to 8.
Vote for Keary and safeguard our
city.
Your box in a safety deposit vault j
is a private affair. Xo on.' has acci -
to it but yourself. And besides, it
is safe and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then lt cosis
only a small sum to rent one of thes<
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Lei
us tell you about it. Dominion Trusi
Co., Ltd., T. K. Pearson, manager,
Xew  Westminster branch. 228-4
A special meeting of the building
I committee of the Royal Columbian
Hospital board was held yesterday
afternoon at the hospital to discuss
the plans for the proposed new hospital. Only five of the eight inein. 1 s
of the board put in an appearanre
and although the plans were looked
over and considered it was thought
advisable to leave the final decision
to the regular meeting of the hoard,
which will be held on December 15.
A full attendance is requested at this
meeting as the subject is of the utmost Importance.
The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharl
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 2, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as the business  warrants. **
>*
i
English Watchmaker
[M *;���'"' -
ji
Gold Watc'aea for Ladies from $12.75
np.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgm
(Watches.
.Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two door* from  Ceo. Adam*. Grocer
I beg to notify the electors of the
City of New Wesl minster that permanent committee rooms have been on-
gaged In the Dupont block directly
above "The    Fair" store,   Columbia
street.
These  rooms  will  he open all   the
time until after the election and every  one is  cordially  invited to  visit
(the rooms at any time, and any assistance rendered the committee will be
1 greatly appreciated.
W. II. KEARY.
Vote     for     Keary     and
street's completion.
Columbia
The members of L. O. L. 1593 have
elected the following officers to look
after the business of the lodgi I'm
the ensuing term: Worshipful master, I.. Netherby; deputy master, J-
Trewartha; chaplain, s. A. Daly; recording secretary, \V. Semi Hupps:
financial secretary, .1. McLean; treasurer, C. H. Diamond; first lecturer, E.
W. Cook; second lecturer, Alexander
Qarrett; director of ceremonies, W.
F. Johnson; first committeeman, R.
A. Stoney; second committeeman,
Geo. Hargreaves; third committeeman, W. Stewart. The installation
will take place on December 15.
Waterfrontage
330 feet deep waterfrontage on main
channel of river, per foot,
$35.00
This is the best proposition to be had.
This property will easily double in
value within a very short time. For
full particulars apply to
F. X HART & CO., Ltd.
1
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Our Holiday Handkerchiefs
For Men, Women and
Children Are on Display
Beautiful assortment of Imported Goods, all Irish
handworked.   A more complete, varied and newer
stock to choose from you couldn't wish for.
WE'V THOUSANDS OF BEAUTIFUL    HANDKERCHEIFS   TO    SELL     BETWEEN     NOW
CHRISTMAS   EVE.,  AND   THEY  ARE   IRRESISTABLY   LOW-PRICED. WE     HAVE    GAT   /^
WHAT  IS CERTAINLY THE   LARGEST AND CHOICEST  STOCK   EVER    SHOWN    IN   THIST^
AND, BECAUSE WE  BOUGHT IN SUCH GENEROUS QUANTITIES, YOU'LL SAVE A PRETTY
NY   ON   YOUR   PURCHASES. EN"
YOU WONT HAVE TO  APOLOGIZE   FOR   MAKING   ANYONE A CHRISTMAS GIFT OF HANn
KERCHIEFS   FOR   THEY'RE ALWAYS NEEDED���ALWAYS APPROPRIATE,   AND   IF   YOU   WAN
THE BEST THAT YOUR MONEY CAN SECURE COME TO THIS        HOLIDAY HANDKERCHIEF
STORE.
PRICES  RANGE  FROM 5c FOR  TWO TO $2.00 EACH.
Get Your Gift Handkerchiefs Early So as to
Get Best Choice
CHILDREN'S FANCY FIGURED CAMBRICK  HANDKERCHIEFS.  Price, each   ...5c, or 6 for 25c
WOMEN'S   PURE   IRISH LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, extra   heavy    quality,    plain    hei    .itched
Price, each  ��'
WOMEN'S    HEMSTITCHED CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, Price 3 for 10c. Doz.. 40c
EXQUISITELY EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS with BCallopped edges.   Price, each, only 25c
PURE   LINEN   HANDKERCHIEFS, embroidered, drawn  work edges and corners, Each 35c to 65c
BERNESE, HANI) EMBROIDERED SHEEN LINEN  HANDKERCHIEFS,  some  with    cro
dainty embroidered corners and edges.     Each   .355
SHEEN LAWN AND i-INI.X   HANDKERCHIEFS,  some  with Val. lace edges and Insert! m     P
Eactl  25c to 60c
ORIENTAL LACE HANDKERCHIEFS with  fine linen centre Prices, each 85c to $2.00
MEN'S PURE LINEN    HANDKERCHIEFS,  narrow  hemstitched   border;   good    lars
heavy finality.      Prices, each  25c to 45c
FANCY BORDER "EXCELDA" HANDKERCHIEFS, from 10c up to 25c
MEN'S INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, pure linen.     Price   each 35c
Hosiery Values That Are
Not Easily Matched
Values and variety that command the favorable attention of every woman.
WOMEN'S   FINE SOFT. SAXONY    FINISHED    CASHMERE HOSE, lull fashioned  and  seamless.
Special   3 Pairs for $1.00
WOMEN'S ALL    WOOL CASHMERE  HOSE,  two and
one  riffbed, extra good quality, double heels and toes.
per pair soc
WOMEN'S PLAIN LLAMA WOOL HOSE, special values at, per pair 65c
WOMEN'S PLAIN SILK FINISHED CASHMERE
HOSE finest grade, lull fashioned, seamless linen soles.
Special, per pair 65c
Black Taffeta
Petticoats
$6.50 to $9.50
Pure    silk    taffi '      l   "
coats with full ll'e.
with    shirred    frill a   ��� ���-
trimmed with tuck
with   shaped   flounci s    rimmed    with    stitch. M
pings of   silk;    others wi'h
embroidered   silk     frills  all
made with drapeB,
including out or largi
Each $6.50, $7.50, $8.75, $9.50
Elegant One-Piece Dresses in Black, Navy,
Taupe and Cardinal
BLACK PANAMA in the  new  Moyen age style, strapped  and  piped with  black  moire,  hand
design on front panel and Bleeye in rat tail braiding, finished with fancy jet    and    braid   ornament
Each     $22.50
CARDINAL. ALSO BLACK PANAMA, long waisted effect, m ade to fasten down left sid.' under '
wide band of black and gold braid, overlapped with pointed tabs and Jet buttons   $23-75
TAUPE, ALSO NAVY B LUE shadow striped Venetian Cloth, made    with    fancy braided "���" vesl
and   trimmed   with   Ottoman   silk and soutache braid to match;  jet    buttons,      close    fitting,
sleeve, each    ...  $23.00
Drawn Work and Battenberg Fancy Linens.
Our assoi tment is unmatchable in quality and price.
36 by 38 BATTENBURG
plain    Centre;    verj   pretty
design    $2.00
20 by 72 BATTENBURG!
runners, Bquare designs,
Each    $1.25
30-in. DRAWN WORK
TEA CLOTHS, very heavy,
Japanese drawn work, border.      Price   $3.00
20 by 72 BATTENBURG
RUNNERS, drawn work.
centres $1.50
All    sizes    Cluny    Lace
Doylies,      round      scolloped
edges with square lace centre, 45 inch fancy drawn
work tea cloth.    Price $2.75
���15-Inch BATTENBURG
TEA CLOTH, very handsome design with Shamrock
pattern at each coiner.
Price $3.00
20 by r,2 DRAWN WORK
runners, very neat designs.
Each $2.50
86 by 36 BATTENBURG
TEA CLOTH, drawn work
centre; one of our best Helling designs.      Price ...$1.50
20   by   .VI   BATTENB1
runners,    drawn    work
tres.     Each   ��� ��� -&1'2
20 by 80 CIRCULAR TEA
CLOTH,   very  heavy   Batten-
burg lace plain centre. $^uu
30 by 30 Japanese drawn
work square.     Bach ��� ���$1,Z9
45 - inch BATTENBURG
TEA CLOTHS, very dainty
border.      Each   ...   ��� ���-W-M
30 bv .'Hi BATTENBURG
TEA   SQUARES,  Bach..36c
36 by 36 BATTBNB1 M
TEA SQUARES. Each  ���JUC

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