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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
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VOLUME 4, Nl'MBEk 286,
WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDA y  MORNING,  DECEMBER  10, 1909.
FIVE CENTS IT      ;OPY.
ANOTHER OLD TIMER
PASSES TO REST
Mr. John Hammond, After
Whom Up-river Port Was
Named, Dies at Age of 73
lainmoiid,   in
s.  who  were
Vnother of the links with the early
days uf this province was severed
yesterday when John Hammond, one
;,',i���. original pioneers of British Co-
lumbia and one of the lirst residents
0f the Fraser  valley,  passed  away  al
���m home al   Hammond.
���I'I,, [ate John Hammond was 7H
vaais of age and was a native of
Kngliiiid. He had been In British Co-
lumbia for thirty-five years, having
come to this part of the country with
l,js brother, William I
-,., i The two brother
employed in survey work for the imperial government, took up their res-
},., ,,,., iiii the banks of the Praser
,.;,.,.]��� al a point which they called
Hammond, after themselves, and uie
name has been retained up to the this
time.
Owned Townsite.
The two brothers originally owned
practically the whole townsite of
Hammond, but sold off the .greater
jean ni il a number of years ago, before ii had attained to Its present
high value retaining onl) '-nough for
a small fruil ranch. Ten years ago
William Ha nmoiil died wnile On a
trip to the old country.
The late John Hammond was married si\ years ago. and leaves a wife
to iiiiiuiii hii loss.
The funeral will take place from
the family residence at Hammond on
Saturdaj morning at ll o'clock. Rev.
Mr, Govier will officiate.
To  What  Base  Uses.
i  .  lirsi number of "The Citizen,"
a flimsy campaign sheet published In
Man Bts  of    John    A.   Lea,  was
i  on  the public, nolens  volens,
day   morning.      The  "dope"  is
written  by  W.  R,   (Pete)  Gordon, a
pei man  of    known  reputation
citj   and elsewhere.     a column    '1   "The   Citizen"   is   filled   With
"wire i ss"   messages,  couched  in   the
gutter slang lirst  Introduced in a local in W spa per  just   prior   to  the  Do-
mini'hi  election  of    1908,    when  the
fruhling dredge was made the target
nf while  lies  and  the  butt  of  cheap
Mm
A couple of frothy articles aimed at
W.   II.   Keary,   an   "iditorial.'
am! ;. cartoon  till  up the four pages
of thi   campaign sheet;  ihis in addition lee a fe-w   stray  appeals for  votes-
Ior Lee and ready made thoughts for
pi ople.       All   the  same.   Ilie
papi i is perhaps more creditable than
many  another  issued   by   VV.   R
ill i.
Gor-
W. H. Keary
placed our city
footing   than   it
is the man who has
on a better financial
ever  enjoyed   before.
MD OF JUSTICE WILL
FALL THIS
At Eight
ikawa
O'Clock   in Jail   Yard  Yosh-
Will   Pay the   Penalty of
His  Crime.
This morning at S o'clock Yoshikawa the Japanese murderer, will pay
" ��� penaltj of his crime. He will be
hanged in the jail yard b. the official hangman, Radclive, who has been
in the city for some days, Ali arrangements have been made for the ex-
���II.     u   new     gallows   has     been
built  and all  precautions have been
taken  to  prevent   anything    happen*
lng thai will interfere with the bw~>
mation  of  the  life  Of  one  Ol   the
brutal criminals who has ever
��� unfilled  in  tlie  provincial  JaJ
���Vosbikawa  is  bearing   tie   know-
of  his doom  with  remarkable
fortitude. He asks for no mercy nnd
S'''in     in   expect   none.   He   eats   and
Bleeps  as  well  as    any  of  the
Pri' is at  the jail.
This   morning,  in  accordanc
the usual custom, he will be provided
With   a   specially   tempting   breakfast.
mi finishing   it will go   to   Ills
Successfully Confutes all Charges Made Against Him and Shows That His
Action Was Always Directed by Consideration of Best Interests of
City���John A. Lee Attacks Administration.
Before an audience which crowded
the opera House to the doors Mayoi
Keary yesterday evening for the
liisi time In the course ��.; the preseni
campaign, made his appeal in lull
to   the   electors   of  the   city.
Statesmanlike Statement.
For the tirst time since the ''ommencement of the battle |1(. wi nl
deeply Into the charges made againsi
him by his enemies; in a cool, clear,
and statesmanlike manner, free from
any heat or acrimony, lie dealt with
the charges which had been made
against him, reducing them t��� their
fundamentals and showing their utter baselessness. A large pan of
his address was devoted to the question of the reserve round Coqultlam
lake, and the Coquitlam dam: in regard to both these questions he was
able to demonstrate to the full satisfaction of liis hearers that he had
acted always for what he took to be
the best Interests of the city, and as
to the latter, he showed clearly that
ex-Alderman Sandy Garret, who had
been mosl active iii making insinuations against him. had himself been
a party to the making of the arrangements which had unexpectedly resulted In so much trouble. His
worship disposed In short order of
several other charges, which had
been made againsi him by the Sappi r-
ton  ex-alderman.
w. Norman Hole. K. C, dellvi ������ I
a fighting speech in favor or M yoi
Keary, hi speech being the first of
the  evening.
John A. Lee was present on the In-
ind  deliv- j city
course   of j mat   the
hindered
SCHOOL TRUSTEES
TELL Of WORK
, J. Trapp and P. Peebles
Render Account of Deeds
During Office.
politics
Keary's
House last
The chairman of the school
Other   things   besides  civic
were    discussed    at    Mayor
meei ing  in    the    Opera
evening
board took advantage of the mayor's
Invitation to read a report on the
work of the board and to make a few
general remarks on the subject.
He spoke of the high character and
ability of the other two candidates
for school trustee, P. Peebles and Dr.
T. li. Green. The trustees during
the past year had all been honest
workers and deserved the thanks of
the
kers and
public
other
with
iiiii:
doom. __________________________________________
He has spent some time in the lust
b-w  days wllh  the Japanese minister
'" 'Ids cily preparing his soul for
mysterious future upon which he
bo seinn enter.
Mr. Peebles was also present and
addiessed the electors on the educational question, pointing out tlie good
work done by tlie British Columbia
Association of School Trustees, and
making an appreciative reference to
tlie work of liis colleagues, especially
lo lhat of tlle chairman of the board.
T. .1. Trapp. I
The following is I hi' report  read by !
Mr. Trapp:
'I'he year  1909 may be regarded  as I
the most remarkable year in the his-'
I tory  of  New   Westminster schools as'
' to increase ln school accommodation'
I and preparation, and for efficiency in
all departments.
The opening of the Lord Kelvin
school on April 21 marked an epoch
in our history. This school In Us
architectural beauty, its admirable
accommodation, in its eight rooms, its
splendid  system  of  heating  and  ven
tilation of Mayor Keary
i red an address in the
which lie took occasion to make sev-
eral thrusts at whai he termed the
Star Chamber methods of Hie civic
administration; lie attacked the
mayor on tlie grounds that his admitted connection with the B.C.E.R.
would serve lo make him less zeal
ous lor the welfare of the city, and
)unher Intimated thai the civic finances were not ln such good shape
as they were claimed to be. He
made several insinuations in the
course of liis speech as to tlie methods of tlie previous speaker, W, Norman  Hole, K. C.
In the course of the meeting announcement was made that, another
gai hei ing would be held on Saturday
in tie- (ipi ra | louse far it,a purpose
of giving the aldermanic pandidates
a chance  to stale Iheir  views.
The chairman, T. J. Trapp, briefly
explaned the object of the meeting
ami Invited Mr. i.e. tha present and
prospective aldermen, and school
trustees to a place' upon the platform.
W. Norman Bole, K. C.
W. Norman Hole was the first
speaker oi tin' evening. "There are
iwo candidates before the electors
I": mayor," said he. "um- Mayor
Keary, tiie other Mr. Lie. Now the
question in plain English undoubtedly is which at iia' i ,vo ge ntlemen i
have named is lies; i , lipped t0 till
ine Importan   and position
��iih credit i i blinsi n aa i sm s ..c
lion to tne rati paji rs; this b ng
granted, for It cannot i> success ��� j
denied, we will proceed to consider
i in- a., i na ��� I ���;. -..; ich we can arrive at a s mud ani logical conclusion.
'Wendell Phillips one said 'experience is a safe light to walk by'
and ne isn't a rash man who expects
Buccess in the future by the same
means which secured it in the past.
'Now whai expedience have we of
the two candidates? Well, I will take
Mayor Keary tirst, as he is in possession, and you all know possession
Is nine points of the law. Mr. Keary
has occupied tlie position since 1902,
and his record is open to tha world.
That it has been a good one is a self-
evident proposition, or such a highly
intelligent and independent electorate
would not again and again have displayed their confidence iu him by repeatedly reelecting him. To mention
all Mayor Keary has done in conjunction with the successive councils over
wliich lie has provided would take up
more lime than is at my disposal, but
with your permission I will call attention to a few matters for 1902,
Coquitlam   Reserve.
"Mr. Keary, ably aided by J. C.
Hrown. made strong efforts to obtain
the reserve around Coquitlam lake for
the better protection of the watershed, and today allow me to say that
although I differ politically from
government at Ottawa, Still
believe and am satisfied that the Dominion government, in virtually taking the water question at Coqultlam
lake into their own hands, will take
care of the interests of everyone concerned.
"Tlie government will
las a pure supply of water, and unkind word to say, but who is utterly without auy experience in municipal affairs ancl who, now that the city
Is prosperous, desires to take the municipal control when there Is a large
sum of money, nearly half a million,
to be spent on improvements, the
plans of which were carefully thought
out by Mayor Keary and the present
council.
Comparison  of Candidates.
"Mr. Lee does not even condescend
to particulars of his system of government, but contents himself with
vague generaltities and describing
himself as the 'people's candidate,
wliich puts one in mind of tlie proclamation issued by the three tailors
of Tooley street commencing, 'We,
the people of Kngland.'
"And Mr. Lee does not in his address mention any public services
rendered by him, which entitle him
to expect that the electors would
place him in a position to experiment
witli the city's interests.
"One of the duties of our mayor
is to extend courtesy and hospitality
to distinguished visitors, but if Mr.
Lee's treatment of the Honorable
Frank Oliver, when that minister was
here recently, is indicative of his company manners, few visitors will be
inclined to claim his attention.
"Under all tlie existing circumstances, I think tiie majority of the
voters  will   conclude  that   it   is
progress of  the  city   is  not
or destroyed  in   the  interests of a commercial scneme which
will do nothing for Westminster, but
is merely seeking to make us a cats-
paw, and lf the promoters succeed in
doing so they will have a right to
laugh at us for our folly iu listening
to them.
The  B.C.E.R.
"It has become the fashion with
these people, who look upon Mr. Lee
as the Moses, destined to lewd us into the land of many promises, to exhaust a vocabulary sometimes more
forcible than polite when talking of
the H. C. Electric Railway Co. Now
Why tbey Bhould do so is to my mind
inexplicable unless iheir attitude is
refi rable lo Ignorance or ill-feeling���
not to mention an.v less worthy motive. Of all the corporations whicli
have come into or done business with
our city, the B.C.E.R. lias done more
to help our material interests 'han
any oilier. They have made this the
site of their car shops, where about
su skilled hands ire constantly employed; tiny ext mded the line to
Sapperton. are extending on Lulu island and bridge and, have undertaken free of cost to the city to operate
the draw for ever; they are constructing a belt line which will link Burnaby municipality witli Sapperton and
tl.i city and are < xtending the line
from Sapperton to lhe Fraser Rivei
Mills at Millside. Last but not least
ii| the aj Id c- nstruction of the line
1 to Chiiliwack. They are bringing
New Westminster Into closer touch
with the most fertile portion of New
\\.stminster district and iu all these
matters Mayor Keary as one of the
advisory board of the company, has
taken a leading  part in pressing tlie ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
claims of the city on the attention of 	
| the company.
"Then    take    the    water frontage   J  hn R  jd   A   L   Lavery an(J
When I was member for Hie city and ' J
also when I was city solicitor, every        m   Lr���muim������k  ri:,m Prmo
| effort was made to obtain this mag-        L HembtOUgh Give KeaS-
nificent frontage of nearly two miles, ���      u.    j.      ,     ,.
but finally Mayor Keary succeeded in       OnS IOl* JtllS Ke-eieCUOIL
| obtaining it from tlie  Dominion, and  __
provincial     governtn-'nts   after   five j
! years' struggle, a.id we have in it to-
| day an asset worth millions;  its full
| value  it    is impossible    to  correctly
i estimate.
Look at Toronto    ��nd    Vancouver,
| whose   waterfrontage   has   been   gobbled up by the C.P.R. while we, as a
city own ours.
bad
(Continued  on Page Three).
M1E CITIZENS
UPHOLD KEARY
D.G.S. GEM
$4
Is m BAR
Is Reported Badly Aground
on Mud at the Entrance of
Pitt Lake.
The steamer Georgia of the gov. . n-
inent fisheries service is hard
aground on the mud flats i.i Pitt lake,
lying on her beam ends in about
three teet of water.
Water  Was   High.
The Georgia was senl to the hike
on Saturday at a time when the
heavy storms and high tid-.'s of the
preceding three days had caused a
rise ln tiie lake level, and churned the
water into mud. The channel is
narrow and liable to change under
the pressure of an exceptionally
heavy storm as that of last week.
This is apparently what happened,
for when the Georgia following the
usual channel, came to the dolphin
whicli marks the edge of tlie bank of
the channel, she ran aground.
From that time on the tides and
flood waters lowered and tiie boat
was left fast. Every effort was
made to rellat her but without success, and there she has remained
since. Yesterday Pike's dredge was
taken to the scene in the absence of
the government dredges anl will stay
there until the Georgia ls released,
and the channel cleared.
The boai will be undamaged, the
sand having no detrimental effect upon her hull.
Dangerous   Spot.
Pitt lake, by reason of the extensive sand banks which have accumulated at the outlet of tiie Pitt river,
has always been a dangerous place
for large vessels during stormy
weather, when the outlines of the
mud banks could not b? clearly defined, and Georgia is by no means
the firsi boat that has been forced
to lie there until assistance could be
rendered by dredging. Some have
cut their way through with their propellers, where they were not too badly stranded. The channel for several miles is very narrow, flanked by
the banks, turning at right angles in
places and cutting clear across the
lake in another. After passing
Wright island, the banks are passed,
and in the eight miles of lake beyond
there is an average of 150 feet of water, and shiproom enough to float the
British navy.
the
firmly
John Reid.
"1 have known Mayor Keary for
over thirty-three years, and I have
always supported him whenever he
has run for a public position. I have
never had reason to change my opinion of him, and I believe that he has
. always made a good mayor for the
The Hospital. I city.   I have worked with him in the
, ��� , ,. i council and as a director of tlie Agri-
take tlie Royal Columbian i cultural society foI. many years anct
deny that it 181 j have been connectt,d with hin_ in
other ways. It would not be in the
best interests of the city to make a
change at the present time. Notwithstanding all that has been said regarding the connection of Mayor
Keary with the B.C.E.R., I am still
of the opinion that his connection
with the railway company has always
benefited the city."
T. Hembrouah.
"I   have   known   Mayoi
"Then ^^^^^
hospital, can any one
now a credit to our city, and those
who knew It in 1902 could hardly
recognize it now. Is not Mayor
Keary entitled to great credit for
what he has as secretary of a most
energetic board done them and he is
still carrying on the good work.
"Is it necessary to point out what
a gigantic success the mayor has
made of the exhibition of which he
Is the popular manager?
"And   as   against   all   this   we  are
Simon Oleson, was yesterday fined
$50 and costs in the district court by
Captain Pittendrigh, on a charge of
assaulting Charles Muller at Port
Moody. Oleson after the assault reported himself to the provincial police, and confessed to the assault,
which he said was committed while
he was angry. He was not arrested,
however, until aftjr an Information
had been laid against him by Muller.
G. N. R. SERVICE WILL
SOON BE RESUMED
Trains   From   Seattle   Will    Run
Regular Schedule Again Today or
Tomorrow.
on
that the
asked to shut our eyes and forget our j twenty-two   years,   and   I
experiences and elect as mayor a gentleman  against  whom  I have not an
Keary for
think' that
have   ever
LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
ALMS. READY EOR USE
the
will
WALL
Fr��st  Has
COLLAPSES.
Disastrous  Effect on  New
Deans Block.
Early this morning about three feet
01 the wall on the top of the new
Deans block, on the corner of Church
in|H Columbia streets, fell with a i<>ml
";is'i to the cornice below. There
were quite a few people on the stret,
'"" fortunately fie partially finished
cornice was strong enough to hear
the weight of the brick and hardly
;'">' of it fell to the sidewalk below.
" was thought for a few moments
Wat more of the building was coming
Gown, but It held firm. On Investigation it Wil8 found that the recent
"'���>vy rains had soaked the newly-
oullt wall to such an extent that when
""'   frost   set   ln   the   whole   section
tllatlon,  Is perhaps unexcelled in  the
province. ,     .
The opening of a one-room school
at Sapperton has relieved the overcrowding there, while the securing ot
a live-acre lot In that expanding part
of the city wlll enable the board to
erect an up-to-date building when required. ^^^v^N/N^W^^-
(Continued on  Page Five).
that collapsed was prtu-tk-ally frozen
through, thus causing the wai o
bulge, and when ll Hia wed again to
Sse Examination of ftemtg
.the wall showed that it was perfectb
strong and safe, tut it
advisable to remove a few
ers of brick.
There was not very nine
men  on the sti eet
rk that  the ucci-
the appointment of
or  New  West-
New   Structure   Will   Be   Opened   To
night   or
Passengers
able   to    use
Tomorrow   Morning
Per  Promise.
and
the
vehicles   may    be
new   Lulu   island
was thought
more lay-
damage
done, but several
were heard to renin
dent might hasten
a  building  inspector
minster.
.     Vote for Mayor Keary and a
I did water supply at small cost.
splen-
bridge tonight or tonio-row morning
lf the predictions of the engineer in
charge are fulfilled, The planking is
completed with the exception of a few
vards, and efforts will be made to get
the south approach in shape for use
today.
Work will also be itarted today on
the removal of the old span and othei
parts of the old bridge that lnterH'i e
with the swing of the new oue. .Navigation ls still closed, as the machin-
| ery for turning the new bridge is not
'yet ln working order and 'he wiies
for the electric motor hu\e not been
strung. ,       _..     ,���
However, Alderman Henley, who is
i looking after the work for the city.
! says that it nifty be possible In a uay
! or two to move the swing enough io
let all the vessels now watlng to get
| through pass. .
Mr. Henley still has a fondness ror
the new bridge, although he claims
that it was his close attention to tne
work in connection with U that
caused him to forget his nomination
papers.
CIRCULATE PETITION
AGAINST CEMETERY
Citizens   Wish   Action   Be
Closing of the Chinese
Ground.
Taken   For
Burying
A     petition     is    being
around   the   city   praying
circulated
 that    the
piece of ground known as the Chinese
cemetery be no longer used us a cemetery and that the present burying
ground tliere be moved to some other
place.   The petitioners claim that the
he is the best mayor we
I had.   1 believe that lt would be a big
mistake to put a man iuto the may-
, or's chair who has bad no experience
of civic managemeni. Perhaps we
' have not had uli thai we thought we
I should   have   had,   speaking   from   a
moral and temperance standpoint, but
: still   1   think   we   have   not   much   to
complain of. Mayor Keary has done
; for the city quite as much as any
1 other man could do whom we could
\ put in his chair."
A. L. Lavery.
"I can not support a man for the
mayoral chair who has not had some
experience of municipal work, nor can
I see any reason why Mayor Keary
. should  be  removed  from  oflice.    To
my  belief,   he  has  always  done  the
best possible for the welfare of the
i city. He is a good, public-spirited
| man and progressive in his aduiinis-
| tratiou. I do nol think that he has
I missed an opportunity to aid in the
land  is too  valuable  to  be  used for ] growth of the city.   He ls also a man
such a purpose, and that its use as  0f sound judgment and a man capable
a cemetery spoils the value of the adjoining property. The men circulating the petition state that it Is being
largely signed by men in all parts of
the  city.
The property ln question consists
of several acres between Sixth audi
Eighth streets and Kighth and Tenth
avenues. Many years ago it was
granted to the city by the colonial
government for use as a cemetery,
and It has been used as such ever
since.
it ls thought by those in authority
that even lf the city wished to move
the cemetery from there they would
not be able to do so under the terms
of the grant. If any action at all is
possible lt will have to be undertaken
on the part of the provincial government.
of     meeting    properly    the     distinguished visitors to the city."
Vancouver  Bowlers for Victoria.
Victoria, Dec. 9.���Vancouver will
send a bowling team over her in a
couple of weeks to compete against
local pin artists at the Fort street alleys. R. H. Cliburn is handling the
Vancouver arrangements, and will
have on his team G. Alliens, a left-
handed bowler, who,can roll better
than 200 almost every time. Victoria
bowlers are stronger this year than
last, because there are a couple of
new players here who are among the
best in British Columbia. During
the week the Bachelors will play the
Benedicts for $25 a side, and both
teams think they have a little easy
money ln sight.
The first through train over the-
Great Northern from Seattle to Vancouver since tbe flood of ten days
ago came through yesterday morning.
Another train fron' mis end of the
Une left at 4:HO yesterday and it is
expected that It will get through all
right.
The bridge at Ferndale which has
been causing mos' of the trouble has
been temporarily repaired and is now
considered safe enough to cross. The
regular service has not yet been resumed but tlie Indications are that
tlie old schedule of through trains
wlll be in force again today or tomorrow.
When the local agent was called
up last night in reference to a report
that appeared yesterday that a new
washout near Everett had carried
away a 300-ft. bridge there, he stated he knew nothing of It and surmised that it must have been unknown
to the officials in Vancouver or they
would not have started yesterday's
train with the Intention of running it
through. Since the heavy rains of a
fortnight ago which resulted in the
fatal wreck at Kilty Creek there have
been no fresh washouts on the line,
and the whole attention of te road
department as been directed towards
clearing the line of the trouble that
occurred at that time.
A second carload of machinery arrived yesterday for McDonald Bros.,
from Grand Forks, from which city
they are removing their plant to New
Westminster, in accordance with the
conditions made when their tender
for the construction of the new city
water main from Coqultlam lake was
accepted. One car has still to come,
and this ls on the way. The new
factory wlll be in operation by the
end of the month.
If you with to see New Westmin-
���ter develop along the lines of sane
I progress, vote for Mayor Keary.
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VAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Classified   Advertisements
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���LOTS ON SIXTH AV10-
nue. on B.C.E.R. cutoff, 53 by 126 to
lane; $560 each. $226 cash, balance
td\. twelve and eighteen months.
Apply -Ul Acnes streel.	
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie ��t.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
LOST.
JUOST���BETWEEN SIXTH AVENUE
and Second avenue, on Tenth St..
gold watch, mother-of-pearl face,
witli .sold pendant initialled B.H.B.
Kinder kindly plume 430, or leave
here and obtain reward.
FURNITURE
W. I-:. KALES. THE FURNITURE
Healer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets,
Phone 176, night call 81.
ROOMS TO   RENT,
TO LET���TWO OR THREE FUR-
nlshed housekeeping rooms, furnace etc. Apply 917 Fifth avenue, 	
GROCERY.
POR THE BEST VALUE IN QRO-
cerles, phone ;��SS. The Pure Food
Supply GrocvrT, P. 0. Box Sil.
LIVERY  STABLE.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  ,t  CO,
Real   Estate and  Insurance Agents
City, farm and suDUrban property,
260 Columbia street.
RING   I'P    260    FOR
smart   turnout.     The
hies.
HACKS  AND
Fashion  sta-
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
I ia street. Eirw-class moTing
piotunesj Illustrated ��obj;s; unw
ous attractions. Proejraui change*
Monday, Wetaesday a*d FrtO��y.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNHli
Columbia and Eighth. Hlgh-els*..
moving picture-*. Illustrate^ _���__�����.
Program changed Monday, Weil?*
dav and Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWUKKlNii
Co., hank, office and store flttlngs,
cablu��, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
ALWAYS LIST YOUR PROPERTY
with Hale Hies.. ISti Columbia
street, for quick .tales, Phone
���: 16.     P. O. drawer 100.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE  MACHINE  WORKS,
Limited.   Front  str     New   Weat-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shinRie mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OE B. C.
���P. ll. Drown, manager, P. O. Box
666,  phone 3S4,
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance. real estate, etc.. I. located for
the present at the office Of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant Audits niad.\ Systems
organized.   Agent ror the Hall Safe
Co.     Room   9,  Westminster    Trust
block.      P. O.  Box  795.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
Btone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
11. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. K 128. Room "���
Westminster Trust  Block.
ARCHITECTS.
PAPER   HANGING  ��.   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER. ROOM
Moulding, Burlap?, and Banltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, pap��r
banging and decorating. Sixth
street.  N'ew Westminster.
W. D   GOODFELLOW,
Hall-Lavery Block.
ARCHITECT,
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 422 Clark-
a in street i behind Burr bkx k I.
Furnitui    1     '-.    an i Ire I. Mis
sion furniture in lir and oak.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND
Ing.     D. McEli oy, Ti
in
I, I
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AXD ORGAN'S TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will brins him.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 66, P. O. Box 14L' Old
Dally  News Block. Sixth Btreet
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    A    CAFE
Tic ;ets,   21   meals   for   ><4.      I    1
:- ���:.  All  whi;e e       s.  no ' I 1  n
a   i; ior employed. :.  si .
' '   ' ''site tram     -:.  e
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and Influential requisitions from the electors of
ihe City or' New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the may.
oralty, in view of the extensive public improvements now In hand, and
proposed for the coming year, I feel
it my duly to accede to tho wishes
of the electors in the pn mi see, 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 famili-.tr in
every detail, is earn - I out, compels
me to bow to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
lf elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energli s toward protecting the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic government, and in every other possible
arny advance the interests of OUT
city.
Thanking   you,   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and respectfully soliciting your
votes and Influence, I am.
Yens very incerely,
W. H. KEARY.
New    Westminster.    J3. C.,  Nov. 4
l'.ie.l.
"'DAY, DECEMBER
FATE OF ANDRE MAY
AT LAST BE KNOWN
Catholic Priest Hears Story of House
That Came From Sky in North
ern  Wilds.
10, 1909.
ROYAL     ENGLISH
PALMISTS TlAN
AT THE HOTELS.
Eai Is
Windsor Hotel.
S.  .Moore,  l-lhunia.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Stumbles, Vancouer.
A. McLean. Vancouver,
'Thos. Nehemak, Boundary
O. Sundback. Oregon.
11. Dahl, Seattle.
Geo. Lar mon, Langley.
W. Norton, Toronto.
w. starrit. Vancouver.
L. Gunn, Vancouver.
J. Trewhella, Harrison
C. Lindell. Hammond.
W. s. .Vild. V,ancou\
A. T. Curtis. Vancouver.
lb- II.  Hill, PUt River.
Mills.
DRESSMAKING.
-s" \KiNu _ si ; rs,   SKIRTS,
I Waists. 728 Royal a\ enui
SECONDHAND   STORE
TO THE   ELECTORS OF THE   CITY
OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and G nti men.���Al the request of a very large nu . - ee, citl-
sens and rati. ��� s I consi nted to
���������'  " 1  ��� ' be submitted t.e t 1
,"   i'i'' for thi Ir s;;e; 0:1 as Mayor of
New Wi sti li sl  r foi thi  year I! I
My policy has be n, Is, and will be ,
whollj progri   ��� nnd In the in
terests ��� '!  dl tl ,        :.. w  ..    ���
minster. 1 will di. mss Issues through
:   Ign     nd   ask   your  careful
c '��� sideraUon of all qu --: m 1
ling d      D   ember 13th   l ���
JOHN A. LEE.
Russell  Hotel.
H. H. Brush, Portland.
G. G. Abernethy, port Haney.
II.  Roddin, Port Haney.
Wallace Law. Vancouver.
W. A.  .lohnston.  Vancouver.
A. O. McLean and wife, Vancouver.
G. Patterson. Chillawck.
J. Vlneberg, Montn al
M. .lack.  Seattle.
D. Roberts, Seattle.
W. B. Malcolm. Vancouver.
E. Horsfall, Vancouver.
J. H. McWitters, Vancouver,
J. E, Cowan. Vancouver.
Ci S> Bryifine-Jack, Vancouver.
W. A. Laidlaw, Vancouver.
A. J. Hopkins. Vancou 1
Thos. D. Sherwith, city,
Jno M.  Brown, Vanco iver.
.1. Y. Griffin. Vaneim;. 1.
J. H. King. Vancouvi 1.
F. A. Townsend, Vancouver.
R. M. Gordon, Tacoma,
J. G. McNab, Vancouver.
H. D. Blackford, Vancouver.
Howard Blackford, Vancouvei
Ottawa,    Doc.   B.���An    interesting
story connected with long lost An-
dree, the explorer, who twelve years
ago left Spltzbergen In a balloon In
search of the North Pole, and never
returned, has been told in an interview by Bishop Albeit Pascal, oi
Prince Albert, who has been the guest
of the Oblate fathers In Ottawa, and
has now loft for his diocese.
There ls a young priest, Father
Turquotille, who resides at Reindeer
Lake, and who has traveled extensive-
ly among the Eskimos In the northern pari of the region to learn
the language. on one occasion he
went with a nomadic party about six
days' journey to the northeast of
Reindeer Lake and there imr another
pariy of Eskimos. Noticing a revolver which the priest carried, the Eskimos told him thai sonic yeai ������ bi -
fore a "w liiti house had di scended
from the sky and contained white
men who 1, .d killed manj caribou l"
supply themselves with food. Thej
Intimated that the white men wi re
in a half-starve l condition, Son. of
the linn were now living, they stated,
bul the "w hiti house" was still ln > *-
Istence and was used by the members
of  tlle  tribe   B -   8   soil   Of  supply  house
for rope, with which it was covered.
Ii la thoi I that this m iy explain
the disappearance of Andree and his
companlans, as Andrei' may have
landed al the place Indicated and perished. Path ir Turquotille, said Bishop
Pascal, will make another Journey
shortly and endeavor to get aU the
facts In connection with the Eskimos'
8 tory.
These palmist
please a person
from the cradle
It shows In youi  I
must   be   satisfa
will  be made.     Add
bla sn 1 et, New
"IBS to
I  1
,'"'.   ' ur life
J !>- aa
Al1 "   Ingi
'
IT   HAYS  TO
ADVERTISE
IN���
THE
DAILY
N E
W S
Vote for Keary arc. you vote for ths
man who found Nev* Westn-,osier
"brick and  left  it  marble."
MILLIONAIRE    PLANS   TO
BUILD   SYLVAN   CITY
London, Dec. Ir���An Ami rican millionaire proposes to establish a sylvan city at Leatherhead, and the
Liverpool architect who has been entrusted with the designing of the plan
gave me an idea of the scheme.
He stated that fin option to pur-
chaBe Pachi sham park, Leatherhead
���a beautifully woodi ei estate, some
200 acres in extent, having a Bpai
l.tki���had '-.,.; Becured, and it was
,1 to build heni aboui 100
houses, each of the value 01 approximately $6 1.
Eacl ti nanl would pay a fixed sum
per w.ak of, say, $10, and when he
had contributed thc capital value by
n's the house woul | b
come his own. In addition, the wi   ���.
ly payment would cover these advantages:   Light        ;  heal   (supplied  by
steam  pipes),   first-class  annual
'   tween  Leatherdale -ind
hip of a goll
lege l        ���   :    -
. J;
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone  105 P, 0. Box 345
MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL to the publli
through the eoiumni of THE DASLV
NEWS.    The  Morr n~ Paper.
LAND  ACT.
New
1'    VNf'   SELL   FURN  il KE
���     :   new .and  second
hand goo is      \ Speck, near Tram
office.
TO THE  ELECTORS OF NEW
WESTMINSTER.
jaa--ijKVfKvTsw��K'(
ivm
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITV   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers   ii1. dyers,    (5 Columbia street,
me  Kl.v   The pla .   whi re 1
rt  and dust  is remove.! from the
fibre���not press-d In.   Goods called
r an | delivered,
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC     CO.,
��� ra    la    electrical    machinery,
fixtures aad supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, me-, r repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building
'.   one "31. P. O. Box 928.
les and G ��� -..���At the re
ii sl of a numbi r of I        m    lyers
1 to offer
- - : all
typewriting ��� ipal election.  ;
~-^~~---~~~���  T]-   co ling ;��� look forward to  '
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM     l   beiug one of rasl industria   Improve
P. O. Box 694. ment lu Sap] necessitating that
���. .   section of thi   cltj bavin    representa-,
AND   tion  on  th        ;. rmanlc    board.      If
ln*s!   ''���'!'��� d .. m for the year 1910
Co-   I pledge myself to do my utmost toi
advance the    Interests,    not only of
������   Sapperton. but of the city as a whole,
and on these grounds I appeal to the
electors of New Westminster for their
support.
JAS. N   AITCHISON.
stenography   S_
Gnicl   r.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY"
Tj 111 -a r til -:   copy     work.
letters,     t        Province   office,
luni' ta  st*. 1       Ph.ine St.
B. C. Mills, Timber mi jj
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Westminster U.rii Ullti ���'��� -
trict of New WV��!"  ntt��r,
Take  notice thai
McQuarrie, oi    >.'- n  W
C, occu tptli ���
��� '���' appb for penal        - ; ���������
the I ���.-
Commencing st a 1
the  shore of    Well
Bouth west con
1   New   Wi
easterly following
t! ir v,,r s.iid Loi : '��� ���
ot
TAILORS.
GALVIN. LATHES' AND  MEN'S
loring.     A nev    line    of fai
in? jus; In      Button tusking.
ins and repalriag.     Room t.
Mock.    Entrancees SIS Columbia tt
and 2M Clarkson st.    Phone K6>is
TAee>
salt
va*.
m.'h
P.
HO.
1
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
'The Mflwaukee"
-The   Pi��neer  Limited,"    8t.   F��u|   to
Chicago, "Sh��rt   Line."   Omaha     to
Chicago,     -South     W����t     Limited"
Kan��as City to Chicago.
No  trains ;a  tke aemce  on    any
-ailroai   .a   the   worK  tkat   ein&l   in
Hilpaient  tha:   of  ikt  Chicago,  Un-
waokee  4-   St.   Paul  Railwaj.      Taey
'"   "d  n?*rat-   thei-  iwi  i>epitg
�����< 4:*l_s cttra o. _i] their tra:i�� and
t-re  their patron  ,n  ��XCelle��e��    of
a��rr:r�� nrt oMaliaN- elaewhere
H. S. ROWE. 0��i��ra! As��n-.
1*4 Third St. mr.  ___4*v  F.-��jItll" 0r
Manufacturers and Dtaiera m AU Kma~
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doo
rs,
!
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lunber Always in Stock fcr Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
or l�� m to the w
Timber Limit      - tt
said w
aaid Timbi r Umli
more or lesa to tl ���
of said Timber Limil
following the south bou -  ;
Timher Limit 30 cl
to the shore of 11.ilf: oon 1
southerly,     westi
along the shore ol 1 ;
Welcome Pass to ; 1
inent containing 1 oe ���   ' ���
ty 1160 acres mor,.    ���
JOHN  FEFtDINAND
Afient for William Carle.
Dated. November 23rd, I    ���
New Westminster
You wl.]  rind :t to four    :       "'
tt   arrange your booking    ���
whether >'ou intend to travel or ���**���
ine for your friends.
For dates of sailing and particulars
apply to
E. QOULET,
C. P. K   Aegent.
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
 ��������� ��������*����������������
E C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101,
645   Columbia   Street.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight  Trains  Every Day in ;he Yaar
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Ewbodies the lewest and beat Meu
.'or COMFORT, CONVENIENCE aa4
LUXURY. It is Ugtted with both
electricity and sts; the most brilliant
Ir illuminated train la the world. The
efulpment coaei?tc ot pr\x&te ^m.
sent can, 5:andard 16 section
are, luxurious dining car,
efcair cars Cseata tree),
eoaches ani bulet,
t��R cna.
For  T.-n.   Tfti,Ie9    Fn]derS]  0r
nformation call on
:
:
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00!
RtSERVE 11,000,000.00 i'
Branches    througlioat   Canada   andjj
Newfoundland,  and  in   Ltindon,  Eng- '
land, New Y'ork, Chicugo and Spokane.
U. S. A., and Mexico City.   A general
tanking    business    transacted.      Let
ters of Credit  Issued,    available  with i
correspondents  ln    all   parts of    the 1
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit�� 1
received  in  sums  of Jl  and upward, e
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pet
annum (present rate).
Tvttt.   Aisets  otrer $168,000,000.00.
WEU* WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER   Manager
**>*>*>*>*)*>*>*>*)*>*) ���*��� �������� *
**>*>*>***< ***\
Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.]
Eyes Tested Free.   'Phone 57.
RYALL'S
���MM����<MM������������MMMM�������� ��������������������><��������������������������
������:
i part
sieep-
"^"linlng
modern day
library and ?mok.
TELEPHONE   604.
P. O.  BOX  893
fnnhr
or write
p. W. PARKER.
7!0 Second Avenue, Settle, wiwlj,
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all kinds of labor '
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET,
i Next   Cosmopolitan   Hotel.)
DINING AT KENNY'S
ex-
la an event of a lifetime    " i tl
eral verdict of all who l��ve li
is  that they  want  to ren
perience as often aa epoaail
food Is always of the hicli sl   . ���
clean,  wholesome  and  ��Uafy1
sri-ved  in  the best  style. QBlCKlj   ''-u
promptly.
KENNY'S
U?-fHt(t_rt
739   COLUMBIA   STREET.
TRAM   OFFICE.
*PP. PPIDAY, DECEMBER  10, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE  THREE.
Mail Service
son who is the sob.' bead of , ramiij   justify .~0M_.TAm
|or auy mule over IS years ot ase, to ... _.
. , .���- the extent  of one-quarter  Bection oi
iltiU acres,  tuore or less.
���ing are the hours of despatch I   Entry must  be tnude person
F��u i' ! of mails at the New W��al> tha'local  land offlce  ror  tin   dn
��Dd      ,,08t oHi^b l'Ut! hunr glvu" ln  '" wlilt;l1 t'i*' laud Is sliuaie.      lum
"lilis:t"'/,."being the Hour of closing, iby p.oxy  may, however,  ha made
'���""e'1^ half an hour, as a rule, De- icertain    conditions    by    the    tathei
**  the actual despatch.    Ml maliB, mother, sun, daughter, brother or bi
stated, are despar.r.n
lunless othcrw^e ^^ ^^ Sunday
A only   �������"
|��iv��l
ter of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to pe
form tlie conditions connected  there,
one   ot    the    following
ow
  dispatched   and   ���     ^^^^^
Sunday aro the 0. N. H. South  win,   under 	
.   a   i;   vast matlS, not including   plans;
8Dd ���ay malls,    Sapperton,    Fraser     (i)    ai least sii months', residence
llie    ���,i noauitlam. upon  and cultivation of the land on
Mills ana   each year for three years,
Mails Despatched. (2) Ii the father ( or mother, ii ti.   .���,,,������, ,,,     ,��� L-_ ,- ���--  --
.dosed at eleven o'clock IfB r Is decased), of the homesti a i :' ","- I"" constables should
lc mmmt ' revolvers  unless their  lives
 IN  SHOOTING  MAN
ord   Ont., Dec. 9.���Dominion
David    Garlow,    who shot
Martin In a brawl on the In-
��� ition, was acquitted. Gar-
"'tin attacked him with a
"il and ha shot In self-protec-
had iie'i    i    ie | to quiet a
li    al   a   [���;'.' ,:i   council   house
"   liquor hud been flowing
He arrested three young In-
leavi      v   Martin
liiia.      One   iniii, i   entered
: ������-'   and the other his mine discharging Gar-
the e nisi ii.i��� ��� had cause to
���
ingnLj���Vancouver
u ��� \ aii.'ouver and  Victoria  v.i
.;. , trie railway.
'���       (    ,���   it. east taking all points
1 I a.. Langley and district.
.   E0r   Aiiliu.s.iiid   and- dls-
urn and  district,  tiuntmg-
,'., idistrict, and Matsqui are de*
P...ed :,    way ot Vancouver.
P, .Jj,    Blaine    and    Seattle,    In-
h ii ,.' -ill 1 ��� S. points east and south;
i I rill's I'ralrie, Fernridge and llaz-
:'1       0D   in-silays,   Thursdays,  and
ia!iir surrey mallB are received trom
inwrdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
"... and Fernridge, which arrive on
port Guichon   train  on   Tuesdays
rS(layB  and  Saturdays.
i'i.00 am.���Vancouver, Victoria and
,   Park,  via B.  C.  Electric  Rail-
V'     p.m.���Strawoerry    Hill, Tim-
t'
12:
md  South   Westminster,   by
tori* (Tuesday and Friday).
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Account of Stewardship
(Continued from Page One.)
policy in swap horses when crossing
tiie stream, but Instead of doing so
will give Mayor Keary a chance to
complete the greal schemi a of Improvement now on hand, rather than
commil themselves to the realm ol
pure experiment."
J. A. Lee.
.1. A. Lee was received with ap-
plause when he rose to address tne
meeting. Jle invited the mayor to
speak al his meeting tomorrow nighl;
Mr. Hole bad said thai he had no experience; lie admitted it and did not
want it if it was as one ol the aldermen had said, that the citj hall was
controlled by one man. In scarcely
any greal cities were the mayors
choBi n from the aldermi n, bui because ui their business experience.
Mr. Bole had spoke not the greal improvements and asked for re-election |
to finish the work. Yel after 'l'1'
money had been  voted, Mayor Keary
I quite," retorted" the speaker, "I have
I two minutes."
Mr. Lee declared that he owned no
i allegiance to any corporation, and
j -was ur ia nu luiluence. No corporation, i mpany, class or person
should dictate to bim while he was
mayor ol New Westminster, though
ic would listen to their advice. He
would eudeavor to conduci the citj
business with the aid of the seven
men of the council Who WOUlC work
wiili him.
Mayor Keary.
Mayor Keary was given a rousing
reception �� hen he arose to speak. I le
souglii reelection on the petition of a
large number of citizens. He had
said lhat he wiiuld retire, bul he bud
understood thai a certain alderman
would lee' Beeklng the mayor's chair.
"1 hav,- filled the chair with all dig-
nitj possible, and no <m i can deny
ihis."
Replying to the statements made
lij Mr. Lee in regard lei 111 civic
finances, the mayor pointed out that
he did nol take the oath of office on
the day named by Mr. Lee, and bj
the time he did became mayor the
ovedraft had become $45,000. The
mayor deduced that Mr, Lee was lack
lng in experience, from the tacl that
he had overlooked this and several
other facts.
With   Alderman   Jardine   he   hud
been given power to sell the city
debentures, Several offers bad been
made; the reporters were present
when they were read. bUl bad heen
kind enough to withhold the figures.
the publication o: which would have
hurt the city's credit. The fact thai
the debentures were not sold at thai
time would save to the city $10,000,
which would come off the overdraft.
Speaking of the referendum with
regard to the changing from a charter to the Municipal Clauses act. Hi^
worship showed the advantages Of
Ihe change.      If the  referendum  was
.I   u
il,  that   has  not.
best int,-rests ot
carried it would nol  take place for a
year from now.
Coquitlam Dam.
"The next Important matter is the
whole dam question. In 1901 a record of ." i inches of water from Coquitlam lake was granted to the
Vancouver Power Company. At that
time I wns not mayor or a member
of the council. In V.HV2 the city was
granted a strip of land around the
lake I'm- the purpose of enabling her
to keep the watershed free from all
had said he would resign.     This was, | impurities.
Mayor
Inten-
. "mud-
he   claimed,   evidence   that
Kear)   did nol   have the good
tions credi'Md to him.
Maj or Keary had stai ti I tlu
slinging" in the campaign.
"1 will not hold or permit to 1'*'
held any star chamber affairs iu connection wiih the cily council. No
item should be allowed to go through
the council without free discussion,
open to the public. I would have
eommittei s of three instead of seven
to obtain this end."
"The  most  scurrilous  lie  that   hud
been said by the former speaker, is
tliat 1 would take ofl the heads of the
civic departments." (Mr,
a bigger lie!)
"In 1907, Mr. LeBaron, one of the
most competent hydraulic engineers
on the continent, gave a report on
the waterworks to the en. at that 11
would be better for New Wea minster
If the dam. whicli was then onl.. 1U
feci high, were raised to a height ot
25 feet. On receipt of this report
the council at that time passed a res-
olution favoring the construction, by
the Vancouver Power Company, ol B
j dam 25 feet high."
Ai that time Mayor Keary was ab-
sent from the city, Mr, Shiles aci ing
in his place, and 'ex-Alderman Sandy
Garret was a member of the council
Bole���That's [and voted tor the resolution
'Mr. Garret i; the man,'
He had said if he found un>
not efficient he would remove
Otherwise he would nut make
change.
The   B. C.   E.  Ft.
Mr. Lee declared that lie had stood
up for the B.CB.R. when they had
anything for the city, But lie believed in treating them as a business
man. The matter of greatest Importance to the ciiy, the Coquitlam
dam, was not discussed in the council, if he waa wrong he would step
down and out; if he was right he expected every man and woman to vote
for him.
"There are bound to be, questions
before the B.C.Elt. advisory board
that would affect the interests o. the
City. How could any man serve two
masters?      They  could uot do it."     j
"Mayor Keary has made the claim
that he has obtained tlie waterfront
for the city. J. C. Brown was bead
of the civic affairs when the CPU.
asked for the waterfront, and the
council turned them down, Mayor
Keary goi the Crown grant for the
waterfront���all credit to bim. No
sooner had he got lt, than he wanted
to sell it, and so should forfeit the
credit.
"Mr. Bole has said something
about "easily bought, easily hired to
do the dirty work for anybody." 1
have information tlint a certain gentleman sent a letter threatening
j damage suit if Coquitlam dared
send a man to Ottawa to oppose
dam proposition."
At Ibis point Mr. Lee started
read a communication he had
ceived from Messrs. Bole's oflice
man I Keary.  "who  has
him.   over the city the report  that
any | heen nying to ruin the puritj
| water on  Coquitlam  lake   by
concessions to the B.C.10.11."
^^^^    -lid   Mr-
been   spreading  all
I   have
of the
giving
, A   Higher   Dam.
Subsequently the Vancouver Power company had secured the services
of another   engineer,    Mr, Schuyler,
��nu bad advised the construction (l1
a dam 60 or 70 feet high, instead oi
tne one proposed, auu tui._ w.,., cue
dam in.a u.is now ���gcdng io endtingei'
the liven of the citizens and the purity of the water of the city of New
Westminster.
lu regard lo the famous order
council aud. the subsequent cancellation of the same, Mr. Keary pointed
out that be was in no way connected
with the business. Mr. McKenzie,
the Dominion laud agent, had assured
him tbat there were not more than
three or four hundred acres of valuable agricultural land ln the grant given by the government to the city,
aud that there was no need of haste
in having ii surveyed.     The minister
viBory board oi
lieeli   doeli   uil.i   lilt
ine city at heart
"One of Mr. Lees arguments seems
to be that i have'outlived m. usefulness and nun i am getting too old
mr iin job. i nm um,- years Older
than M . Lee, bui i offer ngui now
LO run .... , ,. , ..ma, e ior vnaa u BlU.e��
auu I \ i'ii, ui,- i,i pi. ,.,at tnat i i nilil
dei as Well i.i thai I'UC IS I nope <t>
do  in  tlie   race  en  Monda)   next.
"m  regard    to    tne  li.Ci.u,  that
companj  haa now employed lure and
ni the Chiiliwack line, aud on other
i iiiaiu lies ui   iaa company  witn   Iuelr
! headquai tei s    In    New   Wes minster,
liner -uu nun, all wbiiu men, tCneeia
from tne audience),
"'i hat companj  an a has a pay roll
Hi   lhe   cltj   Ol   ii'-H,Hem  per  inoulii   and
recent    reports   from    London show
iieai ii ini, nds to sj enj .< i,00u,0UO
next year. Pai I ol this sam will go
in complete the Cnililwack line, part
on iin  new Lulu island line, auu fcU ,-
(Mill  ul   il   will   go  to  build  a  new   s   i.-
liim in the city of New Westminst    .
"My detractors have stated tuu i
nave used my Influence with the ���-
C.E.R. againsi the Interests ol tue
city, lun I defy them to prove auy
aiu-ii statement."
His worship then went on lo show
that, when owing iu the death of its
chief shareholder, tnere was danger
of closing up one of tlie lar: est industries iu the ciiy. the B.C.I'_.,_. had, on
the mayor's recommendation, advanced $120,000 for the red if of the
company, and it was still one of New
Westminster's best assets.
Pure Water.
So far from doing all in th. ir power to damage the purity of the wa-
ter ln Lake Coquitlam, as Mr. Garret
would have the citizens be.live, the
company were extremely anxious
that the water should remain untainted, and had guaranteed to place an
sanitary engineer on the spot and pay
his salary for ever, il the city so desired.
"Let me tell you that the street
railway company never have derived
one cent of revenue from the lini s
they have operated in Ni ,v Westminster. The line out to Sapperton during the last, year practically paid for
the cost of operation, but the lin ��� up
the bill lias always been run at a
loss."
His worship again disposed of the
imputation made by Mr. Garret that
he had received some of the relief
money which was sent in here after
the great fire. Of all the unfounded
and unjust insinuations that bad been
made against him tha' was the worst.
During the time the relief fund bud
been distributed his worship ha I never been connected with the municipal
| governmenl oitht. as alderman or
! mayor.
"I was a loser myself by that fire,
but   I   never   applied     for   relief   and
i never  received    so  much    as  a  two-
'i cent   stamp   out   of    the   relief   fund.
(And  I want to say  there that  I be-
' lieve that  Mr. Ovens   who was mayor
at   that   time,  administered   the  fund
! honestly and  well.       1   defy  anv  one
| to prove that the city has ever bad a
I dishonest     alderman   or   a   dishonest
mayor."
For the benefit of the working men
J present. Mr. Keary said that he had
; fought for the short hour day on all
the citv work, and had been assisting
in having the Saturday considered as
a   full
int
full
day's work, and havi
day's pay advanced for it.
In regard to the Czar. Phah. Roos^
volt. Nero, accusations that had been
1 hroueht   ucainst   him.   Mr.   Keary   remarked   that   he  had  not  noticed   in
i the papers or in Mr. T.ee'p campaign
; literature any mention  of    what  the
I aldermen were going to do; It was all
in I what  Mr. Lee was going to do when
j he was mayor.
"And  I  hope  for  the  goot   of   ITe-wr
j Westminster   that   he   will   never   be
mayor."  said  his worship.
The specific inilnnce mentioned by
Mr, Lee of Mr. Keary bnylnir lo's at
a tax sale was   recalled by bis worship, wbo stated that he hnd bought
\ the lots for the city for school pur-
I poses.
In   conclusion   Mr.  Keary    thanked
of the interior had told him the
same thing. Tbe cosl of surveying
was estimated at about two or three
thousand dollars, aud neither he nor
their     attentive
fov the votes of
those present.      The  great  objection
he had to tbe election of Mr. Lee was
' the   audience     for
| hearing and asked
a
to
the
to
re-
concerning some dealings he (Mr. Lee)
had had with a certain Miss Mabel
Foster, but before the letter was finished the chairman ruled him ��ut of
order.
In the morning paper, a writer hail
remarked on the civic finances when
Mayor Keary came into power. He
had' found that the overdraft of $45.-
000 mentioned was not coi reet according to the records in the books
of the city treasurer. He read the
figures as he bad obtained them. He
found net liability at the end of December, 1909, of $15,460.60, or a reduction of about $3,583.40 since
Mayor Keary took offlce. The total
bonded indebtedness of the city had
increased $185,300 since 1901.
"Time!" shouted somebody.      "Not
the couucil had seen the necessity of j that he had not had sufficient experl-
lncurrlng that expense if it was go-1 ence In municipal matters and would
iug io result in no particular benefit j not be able to grasp all the details-
to the ciiy. Vet Mr. Lee had gone of the city governnmnt without some-
out of his way to insinuate that the ; aenuatntance with them.
mayor was aware of what was going ' The mayor's speech wns received'
ou in Ottawa previous to the time tlie > with great    enthusiasm   by tbe audi-
I
remarks as to
was appearing
Mayor   Keary's
order in council was cancelled. j enee. Mr
"As far as 1 am aware, the order ; applause
was not revoked as a result of any
request by the B.C.E.R., and even af-' y\r ij��i
ter it was revoked 1 was assured by
the Hon. Frank Oliver tha' the city
still held undisputed control of the
sanitary arrangements "at the lake.
This Is assured by the facl that the
city holds a 40-year lease acquired by
purchase from the Coqultlam Waterworks Company.
The B.C.E.R. Again.
"J. A. Lee has accused me of being
on the advisory board of the U.C.K.U.
So I am, and 1 consider It an honor,
and I say, no matter what may be
said to the contrary, that owing to
the position, 1 have been able to help
the city ln a ��ay which would not
have been possible lf 1 had not occupied that position. I have never
done  anything,    whether on  the  ad-
Lee joining in the generous
T. J. Traop.
Trapp then adde.
 'a few
the reasons why he
as the chairman of
meeting.       The  only
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argument that bad been used against
the mayor was, as far as he could
see, the fact that he had been in the
chair for eight  years.
"lf an.v one of you gentlemen in
tbe audience had a manager on your
estate who had been building up your
farm and had been turning In a good
revenue every year for eight years,
would you say that he had been there
too long? And that is exactly the
argument that is being used against
Mayor Keary.
"The mayor has stated that he does
not wish to again run for the offlce
on account of that sentiment on the
part of some of the citizens, but I.
and others like me, went to him and
persuaded him to run, because we
felt that he was the man tor the position and that the arguments used
against him were unfair. We told
him that it 90 per cent, of the men
of the city again wanted him for
mayor, and that if 10 per cent, opposed him, it was not fair to the larger body, for him to retire on account of the baseless arguments of
the minority.
"Our argument prevailed and hlB
worship consented to run again, and
I am sure there are not enough
short-sighted people ln the city ta
succeed ln turning him out." (Low*
applause from the audience.)
At the conclusion of the meeting a-
vote of thanks, moved by Mayor
Keary and seconded by J. A. Lee, was
tendered to the chairman, who gleefully bowed his acknowledgements.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
The Dally News
Published by Tne Dally .News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at thi Ir offices,
Tbe Dally News Block, corner of -McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
<iWON^-]LABEp.
FRIDAY.  DECEMBER  10.  1909.
FOSTER   ON   EXTRAVAGANCE.
feci the silver lining to the cloud
i that is so boos to burst in all iis radiance wiih the completion of Columbia street, lie carried the immense audience with him. and we do
i not hesitate to affirm that there was
not one of the hundreds present wno
did nol go away without the feeling
of "There's a man."
Mr. T. .!. Trapp's earnest appeal al
the end of lils address for his fellow-
citizens to support Mayor Keary
drove home straight and true as only
the heartfelt utterance of an honest,
sincere and upright man can.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
(Jllle
WAIT AND WATCH
Only
days befon
When   the   House  was  moved   into
committee  of supply  Mr.    Foster de- j
layed public    business    while he rehashed his story of extravagance.        ; removed  from the New  Westminster
Mr. Foster has a long tongue, but . bridge vide F. J, MacKenzie's pledge,
a short memory.     The burden of liis      Only  75  days    to wait  before    the
son.e  was  the  great   increase  in  the ��� New
number of civil servants, and conse
quent heavy charge on the Govern
menl. He thought there were too
many men employed by the Government.     His words were:
"No man can convince me that it is
necessary that (5,000.000, or anything
near it. should be spi nl In orde ' >
get a ���-���.:'     tive sen Ice In 'be
offices and departments here in Ottawa."
Te Illustrate the unreliable clu- i
ter of the man, and hon far astraj
an elector would be In placing confidence in his figures, consider the
following. Mr. Fosti s ited to 'he
House that civil government would
cost $4,703,707. Commenting on this
he said:
"Now.  I  say  it   is  absolutely   startling thai on the Hill, aud surrounding
it. for civil government alone', m
.2i 00,000 is taken    out    of the  taxpayers' pile that he has to lay before
Westminster bridge
lighted at night, vide F. J
. li - pledge.
J..PS MUST FACE
Take notice that an application has 1
been made to register Charles Brae:
bury as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the reevi
and clerk of Burnaby to Charles Bradbury, bearing date the 16th day i
July. A. D., 1908, Of all and sin- :
that certain parcel or tract of la: I
and premises situate, lying and b< I
In the District of New Westminst'
in the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and de
scribed as Lots 15 and lt:, subdivision
of Block 2, of part of Lot 29, Group 1
Vou and those claiming through
under  you  and  all  persors  clalmii
any interest in the said land by v
tue  of  any   unregistered  instrument
and all persons claiming any in:-
in  the  said  land  bj   descent,  wl
the tolls are | title is not registered under the i
visions  of  the  "Land   Registry  Act.
are required to contest the claim of
the tax    purchaser    wUhin forty-flv<
days from the date of the servic
this notice upon you, and in di Ca .
MacKen-   of a caveat or certificate of lis pi
dens being filed within such period
or in default  of    redemption  bef
registration, you and each of you will
he   forever   estopped   and
Dated at  the Land Registry
\. ..   Westminster,  Province  of   Brit-
. ,   imbia, this 30th day of Novem-
ber,   \   D. 1909.
C. S. KKITH.
Hist riet Registrar.
To James Hiland, .lames Highland.
TENDERS.
will     be
from setting up any claim to or in re- J der,
��� lers    addressed    to the tinder-
'. a   Ottawa, in sealed envelopes,
ail-;, d on the envelopes "Ten-
a rs tor Quarantine Supplies," will he
Ived up to noon ol the fifteenth
f January, 1910, for supplies for
intine Station.
The following supplies are required:
Coal;
i d;
r, ������   , rii s;
!ia:\'.wan  and ship chandlery;
Mi it; I
and disinfectants; ,
I all irms,   and other   articles of
..pparel;
V'egi tabli s.
Forms may be obtained by application to   the De]    '   ent of    Agriculture, Ottawa, .ii   to the    Medical  Su-
������-.-.. larantlne.
��� ���   doi -  nol   bind it-
: j self to accept the lowest or anj ten-
spect #of  the  said  land,  and  I  sha".
rulDfL'  I1C   'vT,f:IT  r^iglster  C arles  Bradbury  as ,ni'
bn.inUL ut AuoaULI     <��f j�� ^   -vn> ilu ��� > i
that  publication    oJ    this notice I
  thirty days In a daily :      ;\   per pu
lished in    New    ".Vestmlns
good and sufficient service thereof.
Men Who Were Aggres.ors in Gray's
Mill Battle Last Week Are Now
Lodged   in   Jail.
Ner-. ing this advertise-
without from thi   De-
rtment wlll not 1    paid.
\   !.   .' \KYIS.
Assistant :-���:   ty >    Iste   and
S \gri' ultun
Ottawa, Canada, N  rei   ier 11   19
The four Japanes���Matsudura, Z.
Koroki, s. Noda .. I : ie man known
as Sailor���who ed Mag
istrate J. S .- Westminsi
tion yesterda;. on chargt s ol
assaulted Frank Pearson, the bla< fe-
smith at Gray's Mills, and of having
: to inflict gri. ��� is bodily
O. B. Oru- :-. I .1. MoSaft.
two other i mployi es ol th mill, -1- ��� i
sent  up  for  trial in a higher court.
tlie Government each year for the ex-1 and are now  lying in the provinci
penditures  of this  count ry."
In the first place the amount is not
?.". 1,000, but $4,703,707.
In the second place before Mr. Fester could make Lis figures reach the
total of M.7i 3,7 :. be ad I th C n-
servation commission, the civil s r-
rice  i on,    Hig]   C        Ission-
er's ie-,;.     . e salaries of l
Minis:    - C     ���     the G
i'h : ��� real's ol I to cap it   i   i   sal-
: Lii      nant-G
s of t        nd
N
51   -
-
awaiting   their   appearance
in the county court I -- between
ly and jury triales.
The charges on which the men are
.: _   hi Id   ai osi   oul   of  tbi
between   white    men    and   Japanese
fe  place al  G:..; 's Mills on
Wednes f the  past   w - ...
evidence yesterda} went to show '
the whole trouble arose out ol a dis- '
pute between Pi     -      ind Matsudiu
rap as
-   - .     whereu]   n    thi    Orienl
g.i^liered  togethei      band    f friends
and  rei    ���- I   with  thi ti n  of
wipir. -   :   floor with   I
smith..    T:     ��� isiai s       wever, ral-
supi
-   - the re-
Japs had stated their inte:
MOREY'S, 665 Columbia Street
Ho!  Ho! Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
Goods
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white  men.   bul refrained
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���   >���.; ly   beei
with  tl..   growth  e.  th        .mtry.
MAYftRAITYFIFfTIflN
i - nre
m IlLL,
KEARY'S    CANC  DA-
TUBE.
.'. e :;; to notify the electors
of the Cit) -��� '.f .���. ,'. estm --
s:_- that perma lent :: mm t-
tee rooms have been er.gagea
In thc Dupont bi<ocl> - "eetI;
.--.���. Th Fair" $._���-?. C: um-
. a  street.
These rooms will be open _--
".- the e fiction and every
one ..-.-. -. -.ed to visit
the rooms a: any time, and any
assistance -endered the zz-o--
��� '.'.ee .s ce greatly appre-
: i I c d
DAVID  DOUGLAS.
ADAM   JOHNSTON.
For  the  Corr.rriUee.
ii Toys, Dolls. Fancy Go
Leather Good?.   Calendar.?,
. Is,   Pictures,   Crockery,
I-l ssware and NOVELTIES  of  every -Irb ������   -
tion.     Twenty.lhree Years' _\_
perience  in   this   particular
n ans s )metning.     rt
sh   vs up :..       stock. C .-
and see it.
065 Columbia Street i
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
saasacB5KiLSTaraa^aL��8Raa._
WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHOW
; uy our
... .:ng material:,
than It is to purchase tbe poorer kind. We can point to
bi jings bul^t wltb our mate-
ri a that never need repairs.
V ran point to some others^
tl kt need repairs a:; the time
But they were no: built of our
D r. (rials. See where real
r-beapness lies?
FRIDAY, DECEMBEF
CHRISTMAS
FURNITURE
The idea of giving furniture   for   Christmas
year becoming more popular
gifts
..    , Already  thi��  season  we  hav
to  one  side   for delivery  Christmas Eve dozens of preU
tmed to gladden someone's heart  at  Christmastide
ls   year   afte,
placed
1 Pieces, des.
Furniture makes * substantial    present,   and    ,t
minder of the giver for years to come
a  Couch,  a   Cabinet, etc
^^^^^^^^_ a   daily re
A Secretary, . Morris
ail  make   most acceptable  Christr
KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR WINDOW.
S'lts.
L E E'S  Furniture Emporium
*^   MmM*   *"���      ""^ Le:'s  B|ock, Columbia s��ree;.
g Phone
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>- NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
XMAS CARDS "
We  hive just received  a  very  great   range   of   XMAS   CAPDS f���
the very test publishers.      You   had better make your se.
yoj any more
while the  assortment is complete.       It   will   not  cost
and you  can gain  a  great advantage  by  doing  your" buyin-
Our  selection   is  beyond  comparison in the city.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J.  MACKAY & CO.
At Kirk's Hardware
you can get Covered Roasters, Storey
Cake Pans, Food Choppers, Choi
ppilio
Bowls, Chopping Knives,J oily Moulds,
Patty Pans, Bread Mixers.
-
| KIRK'S HARDWARE,New we
stminster, B.C.
A HOME FOR $1500
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
"GET   THE    HABIT
KBA**
S60 DOWN AND THE  BALANCE     IN     MONTHLY    PAYMENTS   OF  $15   WILL   GIVE    YOU    A    SNUG    L  r
HOME  AND  NICE   LOT   CLOSE    TO    THE    SIXTH
CAR  LINE.    THIS   IS A   SNAP   AND   WILL   BE   TA
UP   QUICKLY.   SO   DO   NOT   DELAY   IF   YOU   WAN"   A
HOUSE ON  SUCH   EASY  TERMS.
WE  ALSO   HAVE  A   SEVEN   ROOM   HOUSE
TC THE CAR  LINE FOR $1800 ON   EASY  PAYMENTS.
White, Shiles&Co
628 Columbia St��� New Westminster.
Advertise   in   Th*>     (News.
A Nice New Dinner
Service
Ninety-five Pieces Special
Today only $8.00 for the
complete set
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
���Ve buy for cash ani tell for U_e same
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
. Ten Dollars down and Ten Dollars per month no
interest This property is on the new cut-off of the
H. I. Electee Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, UD.
-LVBIA AND BEGBIE STS.
List your property with Hale Bros.
& Co. for QUICK  SALES.    We
handle all kinds of  farm  lands,
house properties, etc.
HALE BROS. & CO
70S   COLUMBIA   STREET.
LAST NIGHT.
A:   the    Opora    House    l...<:   i
Mayor !<��� . j _ . i utterly rt ^ im<
ol i.u past >. .��� -
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and  gloom a:'.< r I a   ;r. ���
curine of tbe wmtei-fronl ;'or tbe clty'a
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i\m FRIDAY, DECEMBER  10, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOF. FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods liouse
BIG REDUCTIONS IN BLANKETS
AND QUILTS TODAY
All-Wool White Blankats, 12-4 size, very large, 10 lbs.    Regulai
prici' $11.nil.    Today    j(J Q0
Ul-Wool White Blankets, 11-4 size, :i lbs.    Regular price $8.50
Today $600
All-Wool White Blankets, 10-4 size, 7 lbs.   Regular price 15.50.
Today   $400
B?d Comforters, ootton-fllled,  dainty  colorings,     Regular  price
*-���-���'��� Tod<iy  $1.50
Eiderdown Quilts, special ��g 00
Ine rashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
JPOCTING NEWS
FAITH IN HEH SON
BOWLING
Thinks That Jeffries Will   Not Be  In
't on  the   Day of   Forthcoming
Battle.
WANTED
��� ���i>--y--jf--w-t*-n-iih jt. u.
lb
Young
make   a
depends  upon   YOUR   EY��
Come   here  and   learn   our
tn   know   thai   much
SIGHT   being right,
methods  of correcting Imperfecl vision.
Optical  Parlor,
Trust  Bldg,
men   who  expect   to
success    in    life,
Dominion
W. F. TATE. S
'*,*sa��sij��te_��iiS��A;-wvv-���; ������
Xmas Fancy Goods
NEW DESIGNS IN CUSHION TOPS. CENTRES. DOY-
LIES, TOWEL OR TIE RACKS, WORK BAGS, FANCY
WORK   APRONS, COLLARS,       JABOTS. HANDKER
CHIEFS.  ETC..  ETC.
IF YOU ARE WANTING SOMETHING TO EMBROIDER
WE   HAVE   IT.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
.   ...������:���.__���.;:,_;���..{:&. ,:��� v& WiS-x^iikA^.^^
o, Dec, '.i.���..hs. Tiney John-
; mother of Jack Johnson, chani-
i""!l pugilist of the world, is in Chicago aial living in the new home
Jack i. main recently. Mrs. Johnson haa nnl sron .lack In several
years, but she is the proudest mother
��ue ran Imagine.
She dins not approve of prlze-
flghtiug, bul she i.s glad Jack is at
''"' 'lead of his class. She said her
son would whip Jeffries lust as sure
as the sun will rise on the dav of ths
. battle.
"���lack is an ideal son." .Mrs. John-
;'"" Bald, "and there is no need for me
'" say i am proud ol him. He his
i ��� ' er failed to send me mom y for
my support. I have lived in Galveston 50 years, and ihis i, my flrst
wsii ii) Chicago. l expect to live
here in this inline thai Jack bought
for the rest fo my days. My son
will he hinne Christmas, and I am
planning a bin reunion. Besides
Jack and myself my daughters, Lucy
and Mrs. Janle Rhodes, aad mv other
sun, Charley, will be lier
anxious to Bee my big boy,
bui e lie wants to see me."
The Steelheads defeated the Humpbacks by  the    following    score taut
night at the local bowling alleys:
HUMPBACKS;
my o
I  am
and  1 aln
1.       2.
3
Tot.
Wintemute    ..    ..IX!)    Hi:
irdi
���ISf.
W. Turnbull .. . .in    129
128
368
146
423
J. B. Fisher ..   ..ill    Li!)
128
368
Gilchrist 150    174
157
481
70S
2125
STEELHEADS.
1.       ....
:..
Tot.
Sloan    133    ___
MB
429
La Turnbull ..   ..lit   129
128
368
Bryson 178   170
133
���1S1
Harrison mt   hl:
129
���lis
115
530
Toi als 762    784
180
2226
Tonight, B. C. Telegraph
league.
Johndro won  ihe Challenge tr
ophy.
his  average being   171.
W. E. FALES
offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in House Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
The Leading Furniture House
612-818 Apes Street, Opp. Public Library
Undertaking   in   all   Its   Branches
ROUGM   RIDERS  WILL   PLAY
TIGERS  IN   NEW   YORK
School Trustees
efficient and highly    valuea, notably
Miss Rogers, the lady principal, who
had  served in  that    capacity  for '22
Toll  nf U/ni'L years< il,ul whose place It seemed dit-
ll��ll  Ul   Will ft heiili tu till.     A worthy successor to
her has been found iu the person of
_ Miss   Clark,   who   now   has  the   work
well In hand. Of the live teachers
who resigned, only one remains In
single life. Misses McKenzie, Ban-
ton, Armstrong and Wardle are now
conducting homes of their own, and
tree luun the distraction of the
schoolroom.
During the year there has existed
the best of feeling among the teachers    themselves    and    between    the
CContinui -I from Bfcge One.)
New   York,    Dec.    9.���Manj.    loot-
ball coaches and former players who
have been prominent In the business
<d'   making   ruh s   [or the   American
college game In receni years hare ec>
oapted   invitations    to    witness   the
game of Canadian Rugby, winch is to]
be   played  In   New   Yon;   next   Saturday  hy the Ottawas and  the  Uanul
tous,  two   Leading   Canadian   teams-
Admirers of the Canadian game have-
frequently   urged   Us   substitution   In
the schools of the Unlteu  Slates
less   rough, aud   dangerous   than   the
Hugo   Kelly,   reci hed  game played in this country.   Btewop-
Boston    yesterday thai   portunitiea of really flrst-class exhibi-,,, ,... 	
have been.)��� gained   by  the  Dumber   oi  meetings- ble features were    farewells to the
, of recent ' they have' attended   and the number  retiring teachers, chietly lo Miss Rog-
1 of hours given to the Easiness of the  era, tu whom was made a preaenta-
i schools.     The staiuiorv requirement t*011 with suitable address;  and we!-
Champion Ice Skater in  Seattle.       'is one meaning a  month, Uie average ���} come  to the uew  teachers,  the culti-
swutle   Dee. 9.���living   qufctly  Inidurlng the vear has Been :: I-'-, and   yatlon of the social element, and the
Se attle   Is Nerval   Baptie    champion, the average time spent at these meet- fomenting ot the kindly feelings were
'"- skater of tlie world.    The discov- Ings has  been   fully  2  hours.    Thus. > by  no  means overlooked.
For  the  time  spent  and  the attention given to their duties tbe trustees
imply rewarded    by the enjoy-
Hugo  Kelly  to  Meet   Papkee.
Chicago,   Dec    9.���Silvie    Ferret ti.
managei'  .of
wind    from
Fred.   Klaus,  the    Pittsburg  middle-1 tions.of the Canadian garni
weight, had backed out of his match offered in the United Stati
Willi   Kelljf,   sei   tor   Decemher  14,   at    vein's.
the Armory A. C, of Boston. FVr-
retti got an offer from Matchmaker
Dime of Pittsburg tor a six-round no-
decislon boul between Kelly and
Klaus at Pittsburg on December li.
and wired his -acceptance. He ftlso
received an offer from Tommy Walsh,
who is managing the' New Orleans,
club, for a match between Kellv and
At. t-4_o opening of the Lord Kelvin
school six rooms were occupied;
since then ii has been found necessary to open  the   other two rooms��
and  they are full.
Au the commencemi m of the year
I the  .teaching  siatf  numbered  84;   at
the close  it  numbers  S8, distributed I teachers aud trustees.     Twice during
tbUB; .lhe   year     the     trustees,     with   their
High    School,    5;    Boys'    Central {Wives, have met the teachers in so-
j School, i);   Girls'  Central.    Hi;   Lord,  dal gathering, where    a    free inter-
as l Kelvin school, 8;  Sapperton, 5;  Man-   change of opinion ou subjects hearing
���|tial Training school) 1 on schoolwork has heen enjoyed, and
|     Some idea of the amount  of work \ much   profit  gained.      While  at  the
I performed by  the    trustees may be.|second of these gatherings the nota-
erj that Seattle narboreci a world's,1, th hoard blast met 42 times and spent
champion did nol come to Ugftt until 8"4 hours, or equal t*>12 whole busl-
the other day. when Baptie was en-1 ness days. This repimsefflts tin? work
joying ;i few stunts on a  big held of; of one man for (VO days (ind this ser-
t entirely
feel
Billy Papke on New Year's afternoon.   Ice near Georgetown, a suburb, of Se- vice is given to the citizen
Tothe latter   Ferrettl  wired swing | attle.    Baptie   lias   the     record    to | without remuneration}.
The property  under tfie charge 08
Ki lb v.iae rei dy to meel any middle
wi Ight in tfie world, and thai il
Papke would consent the matchiwas
on.
..
Soccer   Men   to   Tour   leland.
Chicago, Dec. 9:���Tbe O'Connells of
West  Pullman, by far the b< st Oaelic
, football 1  am tn tbe local h agti \ 031
Ball   for  Ireland  nexl   April    0  meet
the strong -m team 1 in old Erin.   The.
suburnanites   carrh d   off   the  cham-
lonship  this  ypar  both   in   the  city
I'. and state      In  th? 'oi   '  ' '
a.in twelve consecutive games, a rec-
01 '  In Gaelic circles.     The ream la
������ ..  superior of any  that  has contested    t the Gai lie  pn I   1 nd  the same
ins pi       ; ley the W< b   Pullmanltes is
regarded by local  critics to be on a
.. a-   tf  no1    '   higher  plan ���   than   the
me a    playi I In  freland, where ''���
' ated,
prove that  he is the peer of all the      The property  undei
ice skaters in the universe     He es- the board,    conslstShg    of    grounds
ttiiiished: his right to tin   1 itie Fehru- ��� buildings,   fiirnlture    and   apparatus,
arj. 4, 1905^ when _te defeated Harvey represent* a  capital   of   J124'iB6B.l
Davidson, John   NHssoB    and   Peter  and the funds manage*
Slnnirud in a match  race In whicli past year, according to. the estimataa,
tiie title was at stoke.    He has made amounted! to $53,822; raeluslTO of that
some remarkable cecort' s i.i his time, 'appropriated     to   ShisWng    1.    Lard
aiming  ihem  being  for   the  half-mile'.
I   minute   2-5   seeeonds;   qjarter-mlle
281-5   seae','..   and   mile,   2   minutes
8 seconds.    These are   all indoor records     made    at     Lake     Miniietonkn.
Minn.
,;��tv*e��iw��- 4-ja--*KA\ w'-ij-BimigfBajau-.. j��a-_cra��K3cgc_5i5x^i
Full sizeel 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.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PRONT   STREET.
Marathon Stars Want Money.
Si attle,  Dec    9.    He nii  St.   V res,
the i' el    Fr inch    Marathon rui
who won the    Gu B< thi   a    raci   '��� ���
<     ���������   in Si ptember and two wei
later finished Qrst ln a Marathon mce
In Spokane, is still in Seattle awaiting   crosSi  Sawywr,   ��� ������
the  receipt  of    a eheujie  for ��1250,  ston, Lock, R obertson
which i;e   says is due him as winner's   t,aue,  CoUtow
share of th" purse.     Marsh. She Ca-  . ___*s _*___** '"������
nadian. who finished second on the
race, is minus J450; Johnny Hoes.
who crossed the tape third, would
like to get his $200 and Joe Fitzgerald is desirous of receiving 1100 as
his share ot the pmse. he' living finished   fourth.       The     Spokane   Mara-
thnn was a frost financially.     With
M. Robert Guggenheim's denial of responsibility   in   the   affair.   St.   Vvt'S
has  decided to  bring action  ia 'be ���
courts for   his shan of   the  prise
money.
 --
Kelvin  school,  for   which  building  a
bylaw piMvided  JSQjOOOt
To the economical management of
funds; to the seomdag of th, most
efficient teachers available to fill vacancies, and to Ute generad work committed io ihem as trustees-, the members of the Im ire! 'iii\ e given 'h dr
best attention; ami ii Is noteworthy
that all meetings have heen characterized by agreabteness! and corctiaK
Ity, \Yhilo on some matters differences of opinion may have heen expressed, the di cisioas reached have
uimse io I'.'i'i'ai icie nose mmui-    '
row.    The  home   team  is  yet   unde- been  practically unanimous.
elded as to who   shall lil! the vacancy!, Al    !!"  close  ol   the  summer term
betw  the v.,n posts, th,  new goal- "" "! ,""'   female teachers resigned
keeper nol yel   being qualified to as- r"";-  "'"  staff,      Ml  ol   tbem  were
-is;,    ti  is expected  that  the choice . , _
.���iH   tie   made    from    Robinson    and
Read, two OVH   men.    The  remainder
of the team  w ill be chosen from the |
following plAyers; Bruce, Lyon, Shaw-
Rovers va.  S'narru ocks.
'I'uinoiTO'.v thi   Ro' ers will mei I U
\'an -liner    Shi tttTO Cks   lu    a    h ag;   '
match i Reci cl oj park: Vancouv ���".
The Rovers have already delivered
one defi it to Bli s ie eai thi i sea on,
and propose to i   ; eat the dose tomor-
uient they bave had in the work, and
me success whicli has resulted.
The work mapped out for the future, consists of the clearing of Ute
5-acre lot at Sapperton and tlie erection of a new  school  similar to the
..,   ,        ,   Lord Kelvin.     The securing of a site
during the ami the erection of a school on Lulu
1 island the coining spring. Steps are
being taken to secure a site in the
north part of the city tor the younger
children. ln addition to the above
the citizens must be prepared in the
Lto distant future to provide for an
up-to-date high School, and steps
should be taken right away to secure
a suitable sii" U lias been suggested that this bi.iili.iv. could be erected
on the government reserve between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This would
be a very suitable site for such a
building, and would enhance the
value of the property surrounding it
aa well as adding another Important
puhlic  building on  our city  site.
All of wliich is respectfully submitted.
T. J. TRAPP,
Chairman.
KL-by.   Hayes,   John-
Caydnien, Bris-
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X Steam Heat With Gas Fuel I
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Want Shorter Games.
Chicago. Dec. '.'.���Han B. Johnson,
president of the American league, declared thai the American league magnate? would be a unit at tfie New
York meeting nexi week tot a season schedule and shorter games.
"The most important points to be
considered," said Presldenl Johnson,
"will be a shorter schedule and a
shorter game. The pitcher should o*
made to quit killing time; we will try
to do away with the practice ol luting the pitcher throw four balls to
the catcher unless t,.e pitcher .las
been to hat. As for the schedule. I
am in favor of making It as short as (
possible. Last year wh.'n 'he question came m ��nven American league
owners were in favor of 14n sanies.
while the eighth wanted to flpntinue
with 154.
GOOD  SECOND-HAND      COOK  STOVES FOR  SALE CHEAP.
I Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster X
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TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS. WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TESTING.
SURREY   MUNICIPALITY    NOTICE.
���\. public meeting will he held in
the Town Hull. Surrey Centre on
Tuesdav, December 21, at 2 0 clock
p. m. to discuss municipal matters.
Hv order of the Council.
E.  M.  CARNCROSS, C.M.Q,
D�� S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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Hundreds of valuable horses and other tive stock meet death
in this city and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and
other causes, and in consequence many thousands of dollars are lost
to the  owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by live stock insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal from  any cause  whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one issuing
a policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full
particulars whether you Insure or not.
ALFRED   W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
For scows, tow
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
E. I. FADER
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.       That's the reason why our business is
increasing so rapidly.   Shrewd, careful buyers are taking advantage of our
money-saving prices.   FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS:
CHOICE CREAMERY BUTTER���
8  pounds   for    *1-00
 4.20
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SELECTED EGGS���
3 dozen for 	
.$1.00
M-lb.  boxes
28-lb.  boxes
PERRIN SODA BISCUITS-
Regular price 30, per tin.
.25c
ROYAL
FLOUR-
HOUSEHOLD
Five Hoses, pcr sack
.$1.85
ROWAT'S SAUCE���
Per bottle 10c
ROWAT'S PICKLES���
Large bottle 25c
Try Fader's Special Fresh Ground Coffee, 35c lb.
I I. FADER'S
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FEXI.4X KAiU VETERANS
APPLY FOR LAND ORANT
DepuL.tion     of     One     Hundred     and
Fifty  Waits  on  Government at
Ottawa.
MISS ASPIIH IS
GOOD CAMPAIGNER
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Ottawa, Dec, 9.���A deputation of
i I indri I and tut;, veterans of the
Fenian raids, representtlve oi ail
parts nf the country, appealed to the
govenment recentlj for recognition ot
i w bo gave   their   servici - foi
this country bj the giving of landing
tu     pi      ui        < _u     o ,_., __    - , (The Daily News is not responslDi*
The   Daughter  of  the   British    Prime   fo; t^opinions of it�� COrres��oadeatB.)
Minister   Will   Take  an  Active
Part in Election.
Editor Daily N'ews:
Dear Sir.���I have been a resident
of this citj sin'���   befon   the the find
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jhave    had      many    opportunities
London.   Dee.  n.���Even  before the  watching   its)  ogres   during the pas
announced    its pru-   few years      u Beem8 th..;   .,... ,���,..
government had	
Mam of campaign women folk of the : ent t[,.ie ls one 0f ttle most_ jf not the
cabinet ministers' families are begin- ,.���,_., important in thi history ol
ning to show their active Interest in x,.w Westminster. Would It be wise
the coming struggle. therefore to use our Influence toward
  _,  .    Miss Violet Asquith, the prime min-  electing a man who has had absolute-
�����     Sir    Wilfrid    Laurier,   Sh   [ster's    daughter,   is    determined to|ly no experience in municipal gi
i     rick  Borden,  the Hon.  Sydnej   ,11;ikt. herself a valuable asset to the   menl when   ���n ��� , h:iIu] we
"~ '      ���"<���"''  v-'   l ""���   '-   P-   Brodeur   Liberal  party.      She    has  mad.   her   have  s,., kiI,a  ,,,,,    ,otes       man   who
m  e   present   n the railway commit-   debut    as    a   poliUcal    speaker and   haa  had  more experience in  munici-
tee room ot    the commons when the | proved herself to possess remarkable   pa,   uffairs   than   anv   olll,r   man  iu
veterans, an imposing body of men,
beaded by Sir Mackenzie Howell, and
suppoted bj a Highland piper, entered. Some of the veterans had
drawn swords In their hands.
The deputation was introduced by
Mr. M. Martin, M.f.. of Montreal,
wiih called upon Mr. Abbott Johnston
oi L'Orieginal, who promised on behall
eloquence and a charming    platform ] Britjsll Columbia?    Mayor Keary, the!
manner.      She  is decidedly opposed   present Incumbent of the highest of-
tn the militant suffragette policy. flce  in  !h,. glft ot our citizens, bas
Miss Asquith has opened a .Liberal a,, voted the best part of his life to-
bazaar at Hammersmith, a western w.ird Ilu. advancement of the Royal
suburb ol London, where in a eulogy (jtv aIld woulu it b(. wise would lt
ol the work of the Liberal govern- be fai]- t0 even think of turning blm
ment she said: down at such a crucial    point in om I
^^ "They have    resurrected the army,history.      Mr.  Lee    is    doubtless  a
of the veterans that if given grants united South Africa and given the ��� very worthy citizens and with a few
Of laud they \veiv prepared to work Utopian boon of old-age pensions. Vears of experience in municipal af-
the land themselves, or else their which some of us had relegated to ,',1: may possibly develop the requl-
sons would. the  millennium.      Now   we are (-'ru-  si[e qualities to enable    him to suc-
They fought for their country, and | saders outside the walls of the Holy   , .-ssfully   occupy    the    gubernato Is
thej were prepared to light again, j City."
Capt. E. C. A. Paterson, of Montreal,
also laid the claim.- Of the veterans
befon the ministers. He deprecated the efforts which had been made
to turn this into a political question.
They were grateful for the medals
they had received, but as in the nature of things they could not all ex
chair of this city. We have in Mayor
This was a reference to the Liberal   Keary a man who has the courage of
government's    attack    on the strong
holds of wealth and privilege.
TORONTO   ITALIANS
LEAVE  FOR  OLD COUNTRY
his convictions and a man who at a',
times may be depended upon to keep
before the world the advantages and
possibilities of the city of New Westminster, he has worked lati and early
in  season and out of season for the
Loaded     down e advancement of our city.
traps,   parcels ;    I can hardly blame Mr. Lee for his
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    Toronto.    Dec.    9
pect  to live much longer, and  many . witn   vai.jsegi   shawl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of them were poor, he thought  that L^d   packages   and   following   In   the   ambitions,  more especially,  ,-.s  if ru
a pension would be better than a land  wake   of  dray   loads  of   trunks,  the  mor is correct, hi? : ambitions
grant lt was nut in the power of wealthier inhabitants of "Little recived a somewhat revere blow onh
many of them to locate. He declared [taly" left Toronto yesterday after- a few weeks ago: ambition - ��� :.��� d
that they were neither charlatans, i noo��� t0 spPn,i Christmas in "Sunny is an admirable quality, bu: Mr. Let
medicants nor paupers. jltaly."     They were accompanied to must remember thai  "vaulting ainbi-
  the station  by    Michael    Basso,  the   tion" has been the downfall of many
"Lifebuoy    Soap is delightfully re-   "King of Little Italy," and the happy   from time Immemorial;   "by that sin
freshing for bath or toilet. Kor W_.sh-   prcoession v. .- tiie first Santa Claus  fell the angels."
ing underclothing    it    is    unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
A  NEW  IDEA  FOR
KILLING   WOLVES
Toronto. Dec. 9.���The chief inspector i: | and fisheries for th��J
j ' ince, Mr. Holden, has a nev. idi i
i : ting the wolves that are
rapldl;   i. iltiplylng    in  Algoma and
other northern districts of tlu- pi<ev-e|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ince. They an destroying a great bears, dolls, Milkens horns, wagon
i I    r and the bounty of ?15 '
each, although i: resulted In h
���ing st year, is not succ-'
in killing them off in sufficient nutn-
excursion of the season. I would  therefore  urge  Mr.  E Ul
Iei  bers of the Italian colony are that every good citizei ..; possi-
ring away with them about J15.0I I U fl    :.���.:��� toward .-���    i lng on Mi n-
ought    to    guearantee a happy day nevt the election of Willi       :'������ I-
time.      They    were    met at  Niagara land Keary   by a splendid    majority.
Falls _  ���-- of the Lehigh Valley thus assuring him tbal  w<   appn   ..���.'���
road and escorted to New York where his untiring efforts in our behalf.
will  take the  steamer  Italia to       Apologizing for taking up  so
:"       tomorrow. of you ���   -. it the    -
Italians visitinc the old home will is a worthy one.
have   the   steamer    Italia   loaded to Yours, etc.,
the    gunwales    with   Toronto    teddy CITIZEN.
New Westminster. Dec. 9, 1909.
and drums for their families awaiting
th< ir coming across the sea.
Michael   Basse  acted  in   the   capacity of the "Italian Santa Claus." and
bers.     He suggests catchini. one ::���! risit<                 department  stores with
Ip         ting  .            rome J:.- ~  compatriots who were completely
I to the rest, and amazed and dazed with the wonderful
letting  ;���               gain. exhibits of toys.     There was no end
chosen would not be on- nf amusement in the toy departments
Vote for Mayor Keary. the man
who will see that the people's money
is wisely spent.
Inmate May Be Dead.
London, Dec. 9.���Jam- -   I. ...    _- .
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endan? ... life by beings] n-  The    Italian    Santa  Claus was   p, ,- .  _   Home   ... ,
__^_^_^_^_^_^_^ making purchases for bis kinsmen.    | consequences of exposu:'-
killed
- ���     -
"T... 5 is i to a
it to thi
w ' :       luring the hunting
:   i       re th ui
harder to trai
m ���.;��� prove fatal.
Tnere is one man on whom the citizens can rely:   it  is  W.  H.  Keary.
Big Customs Revenue.
Dec.   9.���The   customs
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      revenue seas in of navi-
' .   ���    ��� -���_  -���   i $9,514,7
To  the   man  who  has    done   more     gainst $7,5  2,784       I year.      Novem-
thar  any one    else for our city:  the   ��� ���  -,   . ���    >- :._-  j     as    against
rmyor. Jl.123.124 for November. 19  -
Natural  Gas for  Brantford.
Brantford. Dec. Te���Brantford township gave W. J. All
25-yi ir franchise to pipe natu       gas
igh the township from Or.":.
It will be used in tbe factories here.
Get Him
Get   Him
__  Him
any article whatsoever from our
haberdashery section and he is
bound to appreciate and like it.
If you find it in our store you
will know and he will know that
it is correct in taste and superfine
in quality. He will not stuff it
away in his dresser drawer but
he will wear it and enjoy it.
But Read the List
A nicely tailored Smoking Jacket
A well conceived Bath Robe
A gladsome Tie is as givable as a kiss
A tasteful Knit Waistcoat
A useful Collar Bag
and a thousand and one other things that the man
or boy would like. The whole store presents a
"living" directory of useful Christmas gifts. Come
in and I :>k around; every moment will be well
spent, every step will be profitable.
T''.:? store offers better choice in its all new and
tasteful stocks thar. y '..";! generally find. No
chance to pick a " back number."
The man's Christmas store already the Mecca
for women.
MERCHANDISE BONDS���They can be filled in for
any amount you wish to give, redeemable by recipient in goeds of his or  her   own   select on.
REID & CO.
Shop Early     Store of Satisfaction
"'DAY. DECEMBER ,���..,,
LAND  REGIST    .   ,...
li(- Lots 96 and 97  &i
Parts of io,s 28   , i     :
New W��tmtoBt�� dis"
Whereas proof ol
dcate of title Ne.
name of   Marg,  .
aasbeen 01*] __, ���
Notice is here
a   the explratlo,     .
the date ol   ������
of, In a daily new  ���
the city oi  Sew
a  duplicate ol
unh   3 [n the nn
"ion  b ��� madi. to
l     3
District I.-
Land  Registrj   i ���
minster, li. c, Deci
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*BmrliX. Coast .1 Saiij
FROM VANCOUVI
To   VIctoria���Dail
To Alaska-No
To   Queen   I    ���
ember 18.
To Nanalmo, Onii ���   i
i 'lay   and   Thursdaj
'hiy, li p.m.
To Nanalmo���Dally
FROM   NEW   WEST-    NSTER
Upper Prmer    riv,
and     way   polnts-sti
leaves    Westminstei
Monday, Wednesdaj  ai
turning, leaves Chilli, ,
on Tuesday, Thursd
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone 13. Office   E jhth St.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING
Old Mews Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Thco   P. Young, Prop.
SPRING     LAMB.     CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT  THB
Vote   for     Keary  the   Royal     City's
long   tried   and  faithful   servant.
ADVFRTI5E IN THF NEWS
Central Meat Market
Otrner EifHtl St. ani   TU_ km*
PHONE   I7a
��� OWELL A ODDr,  Proo"et^r��
We Claim the Distinction
of Being Leaders in Men's
Furnishings
and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
buyers:
SMOKING JACKETS
PYJAMAS
B^TH   ROBES
SHIRTS
FANCY ARM BANDS
GLOVES
COAT  SWEATERS
HANDKERCHIEFS
FANCY  HOSE
VESTS
SUSPENDERS
MUFFLERS
CRAVATS
^4
���NS
V^!
A l^rge and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
J. EUGENE BROWN _f CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
Gentlemen's Furnishings
Some men have a little trouble in getting underwear of just the right weight
and proper texture to suit their individual requirements and in shirts, sox,
gloves ancl many other little   things
which go towards your comfort and appearance the same degree of dissatisfaction is met with. You would do well
^^ to examine our stock if you are particular in regard to any of these things.     We exercise great care in buy
ing and study the tastes of these men who are critical in matters regarding dress.   Coupled with our diligence in getting
Proper Men's Furnishings
we acquire them in such markets and quantities as will benefit our
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clothing and furnishings for men ( | patrons to the fullest extent in good values f or their" moneyl
STERLING  GOODS
See Our Stock of
TOILET SETS. MANICURE SETS. CARD CASES. CIGARETTE
CASES. CIGAR CASES, MATCH BOXES, BRUSHES, WHISKS, SHAV
ING  SETS,   ETC. .
THESE   GOODS  ARE  ALL  SU ITABLE  FOR   XMAS  PRESENTS.
We never sacrifice quality for price though we frequently sacrifice price for quality.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd*
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1909.
8'
THE DAILY NEWS.
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���a
rs of Labor
Devoted to the interests of
the City of New Westminster
have been given by
During the next twelve months Columbia St. will become one of the finest roadways in the Dominion of Canada.
Let W. H. Keary, as mayor of the Royal
City, have the honor of declaring this street
open.
With the past councils he has labored
to this end.
Let  him   finish his work.
Vote
For
Keary
Monday   Next
PAGE SEVEN.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Choosing is at]
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So come and choose
from our limited
line of crockery
and glassware. Remember, Christmas prices encour- _
age Christmas giv-||
ing and this is going to be a " cleanup" sale of crockery. It is policy to
make your selection early.
We have also an
extra fine line of
Christmas groceries of every description and it is the
variety that makes
our stock popular.
You can count it
good if Adams sells
it j
Also dont forget
that this is the Big
Store filled with
Little Prices.
City News
OfitSUw.-i&"i* '���'���s?-'.
"'DAY, DECEMBER ,���, m,
For  first-claas  1
' Floral w
���ur-:...    IS!     :.-   '
it ni ��en aad *'������.
y.. :��� .e..v:-
Don't be in a hurry 1    ord
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���   BUpi t  :n from :..    ���   -'
our  stock   of   Cake   Tins.
Choppers,    Cake    Boxes.
Boxes. Flour Cans, in
fact many other useful articles
in the culinary line.
See
Meat
Bread
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Vote
ster.
fcr  Keary and   Ne*  West'
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'.'-.:.. .    .2 shopping is easiest
HSSBESaMSS
Whop earlj/ in the morning.
��W 'before thethronSsare.s-
Big Variety of Useful
Order  y   u   bulbs 1      Bprij^   B
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ers non                Dai i .-   G 1 ��� :...   ���-
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telephone   i .                                  -  -
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Anderson & Lusby ���
The militia are to bt      :
a nev-   patten     . - ��� ab   11
���..: _      .   '        :..���.
en con d     1    L
are now for 5
Xes, and a number b        alread
i   disposed   of   to   persons   dt.-; .:.-
rough-weather   coat.    The  coats   ar..
being s    I at $2.J    ea I sen
have been purchased bj  ' i<   Brei
of the city.
COLUMBIA STREET.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet.Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toe!et ponders for infants  or adu'ts.
The Royal Cafe aims at giving 1 :
i the best.
Piano   and   organ   tuning.      ',',".
"    tin, Mus.  Bac, "phone L615, ci:;-
Cafnations galore at  Tidy's  f!
store.  7;7  Columbia    street.     Phoni
L184.
Vote for Keary and ycu vote for
the man who has helped to maxe tne
exhibition, New Westminster's gre-...
est  asset.
Come Tuesd y --vening to Qu-:--.:. e
Avenue church and hear  Prof. A   E
Hetherington's    illustrated   lecture���
descriptive, historic, humorous.
Vote
city.
for   Keary   and   safeguard   our
T. A. MUIR & CO.
EUara  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.   C.
STORAGE
VIDAL i BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
��� THE
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOVas' SLCCK
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
K[SI.\ll.\.TtR MODERN
80SINESS iiiHOOL
k Practical School for
Practical People.
St othei scl r-'b In Ca: : ���' ���
make 1 ;". .-.-���..��� -    I     rtu-
denu -.:.:_��� mprehen-
e::<-   ��� .-..��� .-:.   such   abun-
dant d I     the  .-'-rious du-
��������� - I life "- thi ��� ��� - ��� 0 good for
you?
I ��������� .���': Night School. Call or
write foi particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General   Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
Westminster
Transfer Co.
jUlce 'Pnone  18b.
Columbia
Beam  'Pnone 13.
Street
Baggage
any
ellverea    promptly
:art ol the ck?
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OEPOT
LIQUOP.   LICENSE   NOTICE.
He Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firm.- a:.el
is and shs     I     plea*
toeei or 1                  wti    tho.
conl .nsre-s or open-
'.-
It you haven't                     Account.
N 'art oni
The Royai Bank of Canada
(Incorporated ls69)
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.
English Watchmaker
Notice  is hereby    given  that I ln-
ipplj    it thi   next  sitting of
the  Li g  Board for the City of
New   Westminster for   a renewal of
' >   sell   liquors   by   retail   on
known  as  the Colonial
'���     -."iate   on    McKenzie street,
Clarekson, in the said City of
New '.'.��� .-'minster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 15. 1909.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condl'.lon Of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned asainst hauling loads of
_-ny kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
0 ht notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUN-CAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, N'ew Westminster, July
23rrl. 1909.
The regular meeting o:  the ���= '
board, whicli in the usual coura   ol
things would have b<te:_ I - Id last evc-
j ning. ������������ ���.- -.   .-.poned until tonight on
'account  of   the  publi< ting   yes
terday, which tbe ti istees desired *-
.'attend, since their Interests   irere af-
fected.
Your bos in a safety dej   Bit  '���'���
is a private affair. No or_>- has acce?.-
to it  but yourself.      An    besides, it
:-   safe and   that   is   a factor wor::.
something to   you.     Then cost-
only a si to rent one of I
_K xes   a surj   ising     - sua.   I>"
I us ������     j   1 a     ." r    I1 . Trusi
b  .      T.  ...    Pears .    man -���
New  Westminster bra: 228-4
To ���     - (.ed in thi
cial futuri thei
bia a splend
j by tl          tun ....   ��� Hundred
By Canoe   md Sadd     Through New
1'   ��� ��� ' .       it '.. a      i Avenui   Mei
disl  T .��� e la; :  ���  p. m.
-   -��� ��� -:-���,, rent at \
- ��� Whiti
Shiles & Co., city.
The  steamer   Transrer   will  hen
j ter   l( ;. a   Br      :���an-Kei-    ^.. irl
'for Ladner, iVestha.-.. Island and way
Ipoics, at - o'clock in the aft-::.
It ���' id of at i. as herofore, returning
on the following morning. On Sat-
laj ahe wil] make an extra r turn
trip arriving in the city to the even
ing. Trips will be made to Steveston as the business  warrants. ������
During the last month ov.:  $^.   for
the  relief of the poor people oi the
city   has  been  dispersed  by   the  Benevolent   society.     This   was   only   a
I part   of   the   good   work   reported   at
j the   regular   meeting   of   the   society
; held yesterday at the board of trade
rooms.    All cases that had come under the notice oi the society had been
dealt   with   in    a    satisfactory   manner.
If it's anything in the way of fine-
mechanical repairing take it to Webster, mechanical expert.
Wanted���Girl to assist in general
housework; could go to school at
same time. Apply Mrs. A. E. Kel-
lington. 601 Queen's avenue, cit
Vote     for     Keary
street's completion.
J. H. Todd's music store will be
open every evening until 9 o'clock
from now on until Christmas.
The Royal Cafe is "all right" This
is New Westminster's verdict We
appn elate it.
Chrysanthemums   for     Sunday   at
Tidy's  florist store, Columbl    Btreel
Phone L184.
.1. II. Lyne,
Phone R190,
dn ssed fowls
and     Columbia
22;    Eh vi nti   >y, ��� t,
S .- p a       live    and
at shon   t 1   1
Dr,  J.   D.  Gamble,
625 Columbia .-'
Friday.
op is  at
R . ven
Toronto, Dec. 9.- ���'! be societies
which are asso :lated In the ( anadian
Fraternal association will endeavor
in obtain an amendment of the insur-i
ance act passed at the last session
of the legislature of Manitoba in regard to the fees charged Buch a -���;<������
ties fur licenses.
Gold Watcjes for Ladi-s from $12-/5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
.16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
IWatches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
ATTENTION!!!
We have the following properties to offer. These
are choice buys and under the market.
Two 66x145 ft. lots on Twelfth Street below Fifth
Avenue $750.00 each.   Terms.
Six lots on Seventh Avenue near Twelfth Street
carhne $375.00 each.   Terms.
One lot near Eighth Street, (cleared) $800.00.
Terms.   Apply���
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Gifts
You wish to give your family and friends presents
that will please them. It is growing near Christmas.
Unless the very thing you wish will be gone dont
you think you had better buy your presents now.
Besides, you know7 our salespeople are not too rushed as they will be a fewT days before Christmas.
Glove Gifts
BOXED   IF   YOU   WISH
Complete stocks are now ready. "Reynier Gloves"
are appreciated because of their excellent fit and wear-
in   qualities.     Every   pair   is guaranteed	
WOMEN'S GAUNTLET
AXD CAPE GL( IVES d( -���
skin    and    mocha,    f 1;
WOMEN'S FINE FRENCH
Kill GLOVES, in tan. black,
oxblood.       D
- ��� ���     v-  ���" ���   ;     :
 $1.50. $1.75
WOMEN'S REAL FRENCH
KID, soft pliable' quality jn
black and colors   pair..$1.25
WOMEN'S       REINDl
SKIN, wool-lira :
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Pair    I
WOMEN'S    GO.A
GLOVES   fir al   ���
$2.00
WOMENS"     TA
GLOVES   01
���hi
Ready With Thousands of Christmas Handkerchiefs
All Prices 5c up to $2.00
K3r,dkerchiefs in holiday
q la-it'ties today, for we
ha^e thousands to meet the
demand of Xmas buyers���
the largest and oest stock
we ever had.
PLAIN WHITE LAWN
AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, hemstitched b
ders. wide and oarrow hem.
Special value it 10c, 12 1-2c,
15c. 20c, 2^c. 50c.
FANCY CROSSBAR MUS-
LIN   HANDKERCHIEFS,  in
a wiei- rangi of pretty effects, hemstitched borders.
Each     ..  .. 25c, 35c
FINK   LAWN  AND   MUSLIN        HANDKERCHIEFS,
with fancy scalloped and
embroidered edges. Each
    20c, 25c,  35c
PURE      IRISH      LINEN
HANDKERCHIEF!
quisitely     embriodi
:���   ta,   manv   Btyles
 65c, 75c. 85c $1-00
FANCY       II A S DKER-
CHIEFS, pure Um
trimmed  with   rea;   la
embroidery,
dainty    things    are   i
Kach $1.50 to $2.00
�� OR
IS   W*        "W3*
j^^fl       Neckwear for Christmas Gifts
&���$$$ gf The Real Swell Things are Here
in a Thousand Different Styles
Pleasing ideas in Muslin Jabots. Hand-Made Chiffon and Lace Collars, Muslin and Linen Embroidered Collars, Silk Mufflers, Fancy Scarfs.
Automobile Scarfs and Scarfs for evening wear. The largest collection
we've ever had and the best values to pick from. Come now and you'll
have   the   choicest.     Prices   range   from    20c to $3.00
Christmas Knit Goods
Shawl?, Scarfs, Golf Jackets, Sweaters, etc.   The now
goods just arrived in a grand showing with purchase tempting prices.
LADIES'   GOLFKUS.   38 inches long. In white, navy, grey and brown, four buttons; fancy sti;-!
edge  and  turnback  cuffs        $7.75 to $9- 3
GOLFERS, in  white, grey, navy and cardinal, also in plain clors,     trimmed      with    conn
shades,   two  pockets $3-5-
GOLFEHS, in grey, navy, cardinal, also in grey and cardinal, navy   and    cardinal,   with    tnrnorei
collars and to button down, collar  front.     Special    '. *2'D��
MISSES' GOLFERS,   in navy, also cardinal;  pretty fancy stitch,   with  two pockets *22d
f. crake  j RJ. HART & CO., Ltd.
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Two  door*  hom   Co. Adam*, Grocer]

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