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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
VOLUME 4, NUMBER S88.
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ASSURANCE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phons 85.
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���' WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY RNING,   DECEMBER   13,   1908
flIIZfHS ELECT
COUNCIL TODAY
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
[Voting Will Commence at
Nine and Last Till Five-
Three Polls for City.
v e, o'clock this morning the polls
ill open for the accommodation of
uii'm Is expected to be the largest
, .,; of voters that has ever ap-
,,,,! al a civic election here. Out
ol 2100 names on the list over bbnn
.",,. , ,|,i rial! to cast tin lr ballots. It
predictions are fulfilled this win be
'a Ear the most voles that hav.. ever
,'���', n polled here, hut the great inter
a i aa heen taken so far in the
contest Indicate a supreme effort on
die part of both the candidates to get
. ,  rote out.
Fight  for  Aldermen.
The mayoralty race seems to have
[p , a most of the Interest in the
aM aldermanic honors, bui many
Lj un-  candidates  for   that  position
I ieen doing sonic hard woik and
a winners are not expected to have
i ,-otes to span- on the runners
The  list  ot    the candidates  Is
_'!,. i, for thi   benefit   ot    tne News
ri ndi i --������
1 ur Mayor���W. U. Keary, j. ,\. Lee.
Foi  Aldi i un n  (seven vacancies)   ���
j, Carter Snili h, Joseph Cameron, A.
Gra:    ;������ i bert Qilley,    G< orge
 lames  A.  Aitchison, John J.
i a. e \    \\'e li ,. John  B.
....   ,i. c. Blair, Alfred Hardman,
ei '.; '.shall     Sin. lan .
.   Wm son.
pes (two    vacan-
;   Trapp, Pi '.. i   Pi i bli I ,
. .   r   B   Green.
o these    regulai   con-
rs wlll be aski d to de-
��� rendum as to whether
.   citj   '.-. iii    change    trom   Its  old
ed to the citj   in  lNXV-
ai enl   under  the   Municipal
ail.
STEAMERi^trathCONA
.JIVES IN PORT
^
$ ft Be Beached on South
sg
k   .,-" Side of the River for Temporary Repairs.
Polling  Places.
otlng will take place al  the
ilu- Fire Mall in Sappi rton
:  the  waterworks    stoi ehou
a Btreet.     W, A. Duncan, the
.  officer, will be .assisti d by
itii i,  Adolphus  Pi ele,  Hugh
i       loberi   Wintemute   and C. W.
rs. Anv  one whosi   name ap-
i the voters' llsi Ls entitled to
.   any  of the above-mention* d
;t mn at more than one. The
I ill ha opi a trom 9 a.m. til, 6
nd it is ( xpected thai the reii]   be  announced  Bome  time
i ii ii and 7.
Rooms.
on Saturday
the different
At  the   Committee
i  e.    the    meeting
i he supporters ol
lates goi in the lasi hard work
campaign before election day.
ommittee    rooms of    the  two
iity      candidates    were    busj
ihen.     VV. II. Keary's room In
tin   Dupont  hlork  was full  to overflowing    with    men,  w'ho    expressed
���'���Ives as very  confident of the
1 '   'iit     mayor's    success. There
was not  much  talk  but  all  kinds of
bueslness.       The voters'  lisi   had  heen
-   ii    through   about   as   many   times
���a- the Vancouver Lacrosse Club has
suffered the same operation, and the
men   in  charge   declared     that   there
no room for doubt that Mr. Keary
would again be the choice of the electors for 1910.
e onfldence is also rampant in ���'. A.
.  rooms.      On    Saturday    night
iie'ii wiih  pencils and    shirt   sleeves
and Ink and cigars were chasing the
glowing hours, nnd electors not quite
so glowing,  with  Hying  fleet  of the
tesl     variety.        "We    have    him
ten as   sure   as you   are a foot
high," remarked Mr. Lee to a News
��� e orter.     Taking thai as a standard
i ���   mayor  is  beaten   by  about   Ave
The other men  in  the  room
Beemed    to    think that    BUCh a
1 lng was not Impossible,
1.
WIZENS ALONE CAN
PERFECT THEIR CITIES
Rev. J.  S.   Henderson    Preaches    on
Evils of City  Life  and Way of
Redemption.
, Taking as his theme, "the city redeemed and perfected," the Rev. J. B.
Henderson last night preached on the
modern city, its advantages, evils and
ultimate future. In the course of his
address he contrasted the city mentioned In Genesis as having been built
by Cain and the perfect city as Cle-
���cribed in the Revelations of Bt, John
the divine.
The city of Cain was the prototype
"f most of the modern cities. It was
founded on hatred and unbrotherll-
ness; unklndness and greed had a
larSe part, in its building up. And
w" fihd in the modern city the same
""kindness, hatred and greed. AJ*
'hough there is much that is good and
Admirable In all large cities; in Lon-
''""��� Paris, St. Petersburgh and Mont-
rea'i we find knowledge, refinement,
Wealth and commerce; yet the brand
" Cain is on theni all and the old reply of "Am I my brother's keeper?"
Is apt io meet the reformer.
Action of Mr. Lee Precipitates Disturbance���Mayor Announces Resignation
of Assessment Commissioner McQuarrie on Account of Canards-
Council of 1909 Renders Account of Stewardship.
The meeting in the city hall on Saturday evening called tor the pur] . i
of hearing the statements of thi It
stewardship from the mayor and aldermen of I!'"'- proved to be one of
the most disorderly public assemblies
ever held in this city, li opened with
a storm occasioned bj an attempt on
the part Of Candidate John A. Lei to
assart his claim to maki a campaign
Bpeech ai the meeting, Thi re were
several outbreaks in its coins., and
further trouble was only averted al ;
its close by spi edy adjournment.
In the course of Ma- meeting Mayor
Keary took occasion to denounce the'
bitterness which the fight between
himself and Mr. Li e had Btirred up;
strongly di prei ted thi attacks which
had iiocn made nol only on himsell
bul also on all thoi connected with
him, by the supporters of opponents,
acting however, he was pleased to believe without the sanction or enco ti
agemi nl of their candidate, Mr. Li
On accounl of Insinuations oi this
description he announced thai he I d
on thai vi ry evening received the
resigi ation of Ass< ssmenl Commissioner N. 11. McQuai rie, a tried and
ii usti el Bervanl of the city.
The Storm Breaks.
'I I . trouble stai ted before the
: ei lng had la i n pi operl) called to
order when Mr. Lei arose in his plac
in the fronl of the hall and demanded if he were tei bi givi n the opportunity tn spi '). e. ial  terms with
Mayor Keary. Ills worship replied
thai the meeting was called for the
pi i in il.' pu pose of hearing the
statements trom the members of the
present council; he went o:i to state
that It was customary to allow the
candidates to speak also, and that he
would leave that to the will of the
meeting;  if. h iwever, Mr, Lee made
Mr.
Keary���The meeting  wi
ll come
u
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Mr.
Lee   You call  the mei
ting to
ee
di r.
1   am   addies
���in.u   tin
���   chair.
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the right to the
lino  .
M r.
Keary���Then
speak
to   the
cl
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If  you   wanl   t
si" tk
to the
chair
address  yoursi I'
to in -.
i am
in
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chair,
The Man New Westminster is Proud of
would BUILD ROAD
11
Company Applies for Charter
for Line from Port Mooch-
to Indian River.
Notice is given in the current issue
of the B, C. Gazette of the intent ion
of parties, not specified, but whose
attorneys are Wade, Whealler and
McQuarrie of this city and Vancouver, to apply at the next session of
the provincial house for a charter for
the construction Ot a railway from
Port Moody, around the head of Burrard inlet to Indian river at the nortii
end of the North Arm of the inlet.
The   Route.
The route to be taken by the proposed railway is described as follows:
Commencing at or near Port Moody,
in the district of New Westminster,
at a point in or near lot nine (9), district lot two hundred und thirty-three
(233); thence in a northerly and
northwesterly direction through lots
two hundred and thirty-three (283),
and one hundred and ninety-one (191)
to a polnl near tlie north shore of
Burrard inlet to a point near tlie westerly side line of loi two hundred and
fifty-six (256); thence westerly or
northwesterly hy the mosl feasible
route to a point on the easterly shore
of the North Arm of Burrard inlet;
thenee northerly aud following the
said easterly shore of said North Arm
to a point at or near the mouth of the
Meslilooet or Indian river, al the
head  of  the  said   North   Arm.
Construction is to be along the
most feasible route, but in any event
the line is not to exceed twenty miles
in length.
The motive power of the proposed
road is not Specified, Dtit as the intention ls to apply for a charter which
will cover either a steam or an electric line the Inference Js that the line
if built will be worked by electricity,
the power being secured from the
Vancouver Power Co.'s plant at Lake
Buntzen, along the shores ot which
the proposed railway will have to
pass.
Scenic  Railway.
There is little land which would be
valuable from an agricultural standpoint along the route of the proposed
railway, but the mountains through
which lt would pass are known to be
rich in minerals and the construction
of the road might lead to the opening up of valuable gold and copper
and mica claims. The principal business of the line, however would
prohably arise from the carriage or
tourists, picnickers and residents in
the summer cottages which have of
late become so plentiful along the
shores of the North Arm. The ne
would run for its full length through
mountains and would open up some
splendid scenery to holiday makers.
Mr, Lee remarking as he resumed his
seat, "I am going to stay here and
say   what   1   wanl.''
In declaring the meeting open
Mayor Keary apologized to the ladies
preseni  for the disturbance.
"It had." said lie, "bean my Intention to give Mr. Lee all opportunity
to reply, M,\ Lee, however, cannot
come between the mayor and aldermen. Up to the present 1 have found
Mr. Lee fair and I am sorry ho made
this scene. I had had no intention
of touching on Mr. Lee at all this
evening having meant to make a
plain statement of the city's financial condition. Mr. Lee can speak
afterward, bra if he attacks me, 1
want the privilege of reply. (Hear,
hear.    That's  right! I
Mr. Lee���That's perfectly satisfactory to me, your worship; that's all I
j wanted.
Mayor  Makes Statement.
The mayor referred to the absence
I of Aldermen Gray und Adams in the
] easl. He then entered into the fill nanclal affairs of the city. These
j were most creditable. The ratepay-
: ers had apparently forgotten the alderman In the contest for mayor. He
refuted the charge of bi lng a Czar,
i because he had claimed Ids right to
| advise   the   council.       He     had   been
I (Continued  on  Page  Thr.   i.
0;Ji
HUNDRED PERISH
IN TEMPESTS ON LAKES
V^C^cmvX
Among the Dead is a Brother of Dr. F. P. Smith of
This City.
Two weeks from the day when She
struck on a snag and sank near H -
zic the steamer Strathcona yeserday
returned to port.
Badly   Damaged.
Different indeed was her appear-
auee, as she lay near the Cleeve can-
iii y wharf yesterday, from that which
she presented wheu she lefi the city.
Supported by four large scows, two
on either side, the damaged vessel
lies waterlogged with only about two
feet of her wheel showing above the
water and her deck submerged to a
depth of several feet. The sides of her
housing show the effects of the accident in twisted and smashed woodwork, and the interior Is wrecked by
the washing of the water and the
crushing of the flood wood and snugs
hurled with the full strength ox a
swift and powerful current.
Today the Strathcona will be beached across tlie river so thai wheu tlu:
tide falling leaves ber high and dry
she may be patched sufficiently to
enable her to float with the high water and be towed to the ways for permanent   repairs.
The task of raising the Strathcona
from her dangerous peesiti'm was .an
arduous one and ai times I ie salvers
hail almost given up hope' of accomplishing the task successfully. For
some time it was thoughl thai the
hull was pierced by too many snags
to be moved. But a compete n| man
was in charge of tlie work in the person of Foreman Dan McFhee and under his direction ways and means
were devised which culminated in
success.
When the wrecking party arrived
shortly titter word of the accident had
been received in the cily tb j found
ilie Strathcona in deep water, her
wheel liouse and smokestack alone
Bhowing above the surface. Two
large scows and a quantity or tackle
were taken up and the gov* > nment
snagboat Samson also weni to the
scene, her crew aiding in tin- work
throughout. Wire cables were passed
under the hull of tlie sunk'Mi vessel,
these giving place tn three heavy
chains  attached  to  massive  timbers
(Ce.ntiv.i.ied  on  Page Thre*),
any attacks on him he would look for
the privilege of replying. Before he
had time to conclude llis remarks he
was drowned by th.e growing uproar
ln the audience, hi whicli half a dy/.-
i'ii of Mr. Lee's supporters who apparently thought that the mayor was
endeavoring in be unfair to their candidate were on thei: feet. In order to
get things straightened out, his worship attempted to call the meeting to
order, Init the uproar further increased.
"Who is in the chair'.'" asked W. R.
Gilley of the meeting in general.
"No chairman has yet been appointed," came  from J.  D.  Kennedy.
Mr. Keary���No. 1 am in the chair
and I intend to k-ep order here. Tins
meeting has been called tor th- purpose of givi. . the outgoing mayor
and alderine.. ... chance to give au
acount of their siewardship. and t"
allow the aldermanic candidates to
accoun of Iheir stewardship. As to
Mr. Kee speaking. 1 Will leave that
entirely for the meeting to decide after the others have spoken.
"Hear, hear. That's right!"
Mr. Lee���Whai I want to know is
Whether I am to have an opportunity
with yourself, of speaking to the
meeting. lt has always been the
custom ln the past for the alredmen
candidates always spoke in alphabetical order.
Mr. Keary���N'o, not In alphabetical
order, Mr. Lee. Tne outgoing men
alwavs spoke tirst.
Mr. Lee���Well, I meant that the
candidates always spoke in alphati-
cal order.
Mr. Keary���So far as I care you
can speak all you want, but 1 demand
the right to speak ln return.
Mr. Lee���I'll leave that to the
meeting, but	
Mr. Lee Take Rostrum.
Here Mr. Lee suddenly strode to
the rostrum and took his place thereon beside the major. The uproar
Increased tenfold. A dozen persons
were on their feet in the audience;
and it looked as if same of them
might come to blows al any moment.
Mr. Lee attempted to speak, bui his
voice was drowned In cries of "Put
him out!" "Come down!" "Sit down,
Lee!" Matters became more and
more threatening, a number of ladies
fearing what might happen, got up
and left and Aid. Jardine and Candidate J. N. Aitchison iiisn went out.
but came hack after the trouble had
BUbslded. Finally tlie mayor managed to get the audience tn come to
eider. One after another 'be citizens who were gesticulating and
shouting in the bodj of the' hall sat
down, and at last tiie chairman was
able to make himself heard.
"The meeting is now to order,"
said he. "It bas been called for the
purpose of hearing tlie statements of
the retiring mayor and aldermen.
After that the ratepayers can say
what is to be done."
Mr. Lee���1 think that quite unfair.
What 1 want to know is if we are to
have a chance?
Mayor Keary���Who are we?
Mr. Lee���The gentlemen seeking
election.
Another Uproar. '
Here interruptions again came from
the audience and again the clouds
lowered, ln response to suggestions
tbat Mr. Lee be permitted to take th��
platform, the mayor pointed out that
the meeting had been called for a
particular purpose and that the hearing of Mr. Lee was not lt.
Finally   the    uproar    was quieted.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 11.���With the
practical certainty that the crews of
the steamer Clarion and the Marquette and Bessemei car ferry No. 2
have gone to their doom, the toll of
deatli taken by wind and wave since
the official close of navigation on the
Great Lakes one week ago, talis but
five short of the official season's total. Sixty-three men was the count
up to last Saturday. This week's
death list���b'2 on Lake Erie and six
on Lake Superior���already is 58.
This total of 121 lives lost in 1909
is not far from four times the total
of last year, when 2'i men found watery graves as the result of storm
aud stress.
Speaking tonight of the recent marine disasters, President Livingstone,
of the Lake Carriers' Association,
said that this had been one of the
most disastrous years iu the freight-
carrying trade on the Great Lakes,
"i think lt would better," he said.
"for all interests concerned if the
season of navigation were closed every year on December 1. On an
average of years the carriers would
be men and money ahead."
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BUSINESS   MEN:
When you vote today remember the man who has
done more than any other to
advance the interests of New
Westminster and VOTE FOR
KEARY.
WORKING   MEN:
Remember the man who has
bettered the lot of the municipal employees and given
them the Saturday half-holiday  and  VOTE  FOR  KEARY.
LADIES:
If you recognize the value of
the Royal Columbian hospital,
remember the man to whom
the success of the institution
is largely due and VOTE FOR
KEARY.
THINKING   VOTERS:
Remember W. H. Keary has
had eight years' experience as
mayor; his opponent Is untried. Remember the saving
of the Schaake Machine
Works. Remember Westminster owns the water frontage.    VOTE  FOR KEARY.
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Vote for Mayor Keary and a splen-
(Continued  on   Page  Four). I did water supply at small cost.
Death of J. Sipprell.
The death occurred yesterday at
his home on Second street of Mr. J.
Sipprell, father of Dr. W- J. Slpprell,
principal of Columbian college. The
late Mr. Sipprell has made his home
in New Westminster for the past six
years, coming out here from Eastern
Canada. Besides Dr.'W. J. Sipprell,
he is survived by another son. Lloyd,
who is a bookkeeper ln one of the
offices downtown. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made.
Lake Erie's List.
Cleveland, O., Dec. 11.���The terrible storm which passed over Lake
Erie Wednesday night and Thursday,
reaped a harvest, of human lives and
more than $1,000,000 worth of shipping property. Late reports show
that 59 lives were lost, that four
boats were destroyed and that one is
aground and badly damaged.
Vote for Keary and prosperity.
A Town in Mourning.
Conneaut. O., Dec. 11.���Preparations for a solemn publics funeral
ln remembrance of the crew of tbe
Marquette and Bessemer car ferry
No. 2, believed to have turned turtle
ln Lake Brie, were begun tonight by
the people of the town of Conneaiil.
The boat left here ou Tuesday morning. Through three days and nights
friends and relatives of the boat's
crew shivered ln the cold and wind
and waves which swept the shore.
The whole town is in mourning.
The officers and crew of the ferry
were young men, and the 14 living in
Conneaut were well esteemed.
Frank S. Stone, 23 years old, second mate, the youngest on the lakes,
is mourned by liis aging parents, with
whom he lived. William Ray, a coal-
passer, was on his lirst trip, and left
home reluctantly. Others among
the men of family are:
Eugene Wood, chief engineer, wife
and two children.
Edward Butler, wife and one child.
George It. Smith, wife and two children.
R. C. Smith, wife and baby.
Tom Steele, father and mother,
brother and sister.
STORM DISORGANIZES
GREAT NORTHERN SERVICE
The George R. Smith mentioned in
the above dispatch who was drowned
in the ferry wreck on Lake Erie, is a
brother of Dr. Frank P. Smith of this
city. Dr. Smith received word of
the death of his brother on Saturday
and left yesterday for the east. During Dr. Smith's absence Dr. T. Levy
will occupy his offices in the Dominion Trust building.
Blaine  Is for the  Present the  Northern Terminus of the  Hill
System.
The Great Northern line between
the international boundary and the
British Columbia terminus is again
tied up, and it may be two days or
more yet before the service will resume between this city aud Seattle.
The cause of the trouble which has
suspended the schedule since 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon is located
near White Rock, where a vast bank
of mud, whicli for some time bad
been slowly sliding, gave way under
the pressure of the heavy rainstorm
and covered the track to a depth of
many feet, and for a considerable distance. Every effort is being made
to clear the track, but owing to the
magnitude of the work It must necessarily take some time.
An extra gang of fifty men wa*
sent yesterday by special train to the
scene from this end, and several hundred men are working from the south
side. Owing to the nature of the
slide and the distance over which It
extends it was found Impossible to
arrange for the transfer of the passengers, and so traffic became entirely tied up, Blaine at the present time
being the northern terminus of the
1 Great Northern.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   DECEMBER
their grey l;v..= . somt-thinK that will
help dispel the hunger, despair, oppression and wrong which now chill
so many of their hearts."
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY  OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
:.   U Gentlemen,���In      rc-
Eteven larce and influential :��� ..-'. na from the <"-iec-o'= of
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to aci!:- iffi - myself for the mayoralty, in view of th? extensive public improvements now ir. hand, and
posed for the corr.lr.-- year, I fee!
it mv dutv to accede to the wishes
of
tne
._���   rr.--.. -  r.i    Mary   sum-
northeast    corner rost ��n the
;.. road, one mile north of the
B.C.E.R   tramway,    tbence north   *!i
���    Qce wesl B   .shalns, Un nce
south SO chains, thence -a-   -       lalns
to  pla      of c mi    '   ��� '    ���-'.  contain-
more or less
JOHN  WILLIAM   BEATTY,
T. .1.  BEATTY. Agent.
;.     -���-1 Dei eml>er b   :
fi
ENGLISH
PAL VIST',
EGVPT|AN
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date.    I    Thomas   James    Beany, of
the electors in tbe premises, and i Vancouver.  B. C. occupation.  n_:'
will therefore oler mysc-i: as a can-
lidal    al the forthcoming elections.
As    previously   .announced, it was
my Intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the present
term, bol -: <��� urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in office until the improvement program, with which I aii famiiiar in j
every detail, ls carried  oul   compels
PEERS MEET WIIH
ROUGH RECEPTIONS
Electors of Great Britain
Faith in the Landed Aristocracy.
London, Dec.  11.���The feature    ol
the Coneservative meetings duiing tn'-
past  week  ha.,  been  the  number ol
)���       '��������� bo ba ��� ���  com ��� forweard to support the candidates, and the storm ot
in   rruptlon    and   generallj   good-natured chafl  to whicn they have been
e ibji e-ii d.   B .'   a  moi i   s i loua  incident occurred at Rhos, Denbi| .   this
evening, when the audiena   broki
a   Conservative   meeting,   chasi ..   I
candidate out  oi   the   building,
kicked   the   Conservative   agent    uc-
lous.
Mr. .. isl a ' a mbi rlain thi ex-
Chan elloi ' >.-���.,:hi quer, up to
th'- i- - . . ���: been the only Conservative leader actively in the field.
Tonight :,-��� mei with stormy Interruption sagain from his constituents in
iburb ol Birmingham.
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain ha.-, issued
mifesto at   Manchester and  Baling   that   Tarifl    Ri
." isl       ado]        ... order to com] ��� I
��� . .. foreign i    mti les.
me to bow to their wishes
fcf-r-k your suffrages.
If elected I pledge mywlf to devote
my   very   besl   energl -   toward  protecting the  welfare of    the    city, to
li tain  ���  ���   principles of civic gov-
,'-nt. and In  r.\-,-r:. "       -     ���
way  advance    the inv      ���-     f    our
��� Ity
liking   you,   1       -        '- -
men, for :���   u gi i   r ��� In the
:    '   and  respectfull]
lee ari'l Influence, I am.
Yours verv incr-r- ly
W. H   KEARY.
NV-w    V.'. -':��� in.-'' r.    ii   C.  No
1909.
'.:.-��� -.. 1 to apply for a licens. I pros-
pect for coal and petroleum on the
following described  lands:
Commencing at a post ]
the  southwest  corner  Of  districl   lot
twenty     twenty-flve    (2025),   thence
north     80      chains.      t':.- r. ���       i   -'
50      chains.      then -   uth
chains,    thence    west    80  chai: -   '
place   of   commencement,   containing
The Goods You
Require to Keep
Warm
and again _ g_jg acreS more or less.
THOMAS  JAMES   BEATTY.
I.--   ted Di  ��� ml ���    7, 19
Y
t*&_w~ t
i
NOTICE.
TO  THE
O^
ELECTORS  Oc  THE   CITY
NEW WESTMINSTER.
I. idli    and G    ll     en,���At t!.
sl of a very targe nu nl er of citizens and    ra- pa      -  I consenti
allow my nai     I   be submitted to the
Ie for thetr support as Mayor of
New Westminster for the year 1910.
���'���   :   licy ha   beeen, is   and will be
wholly one of proeegress and In the in-
���e  ests ol .-ill the peopl     ' S'ew West
minstf-r. I will discuss Issues through
���  e    campaign   and   ask   your  careful
'ion of all questions.
Polling day December 13th, 1909.
JOHN A.  LEE.
District of New Westminster.
T ki   not! ���   ���   it  thirty days after
late, I i li     I     en      Beati
C-,    oo   '
intend to a]
; ���   ���   for i leum on the
following I
Commencing    at    a  ;   -���     :
4   twenty chain    ��� ��� -��� of T   J. B   '   rth-
i west corner, thence nor) hains.
thenci   east i        all -   th s   -"
west
place   of  commencement,   c :.;ain.:ng
��� :     eres i
CATHERINE   FLORENCE  BEATTY.
T.  J.  BEATTY.  A.
Located Deci 7, 1909.
Wool-Lined Mocha Gloves.
Wool-Lined Silk Gloves.
Men's Heavy Working Gloves
This-' palmist        not l
please a ;������ n
j from the   -
lit shows in yea:;  I .: :.
I must   be    satis]
/'
��� ���
I
���  life
a
will  be  ���
bla Btreet   Ni v.-
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���LN���
4_rnrr - -
Men's. Youths' and Boys' Wool Gloves.
colors
Get  one of those new   Mufflers, in's all
THE
DAILY
E'lts
NOTICE.
.. 'alon, be c. 11.���.Mr. Lloyd-G
������'' irned to L yesterda;
mtiona
amoi g the V mpal He
...
ll    to    -
momei eat Albert h
moi Hi        ....
lemon        .   .        I
'
���
ol   the
-
'   J   "���'
���
hi art-mi   ii
:'
I : thai dur-
i e last few d
ith
.
the    wind-
of trees fo
-' ��� eas little usm
. )������. lo : ol
��� ��� thi r. It waa in- ������ to -
;. great y<jiin.
"We an- iti I >.  ��� ough weathi i di
be added.    "Maj be    in    for    wintei
that win  rock the fori
TO THE  ELECTORS OF  NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���At the re-
. .   ��� of a number of the ratepayi  -
of ti." city I have consented to r'ff"f
'..:    -If  as  a  candidate  for  alderman
In the forthcoming municipal election.
The coi Ing year we look forward to
.   one 'ef -.    ( Industrial Improve-
ment In Sapperton, necessitating that
section of the city havine,- representation   on   the  aldermanic    board.       If
i-rman for the year 1910
- Ige myself to do my u'most to
tbe    Interests,    not  only of'
' r of tl '- city Hi a who!'-.
District of Nev; Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I. Liz I Patersoi . Vancou-
ver, li. C, occupation, lady, Intend
to apply for a license to prospect
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing  af  a  post  plante;  al
the  northeast    corner    of    lot   !"���>
.   e  west  80 chain.-, thence .south
. ains.    thei ���   -      ���
thence  north   ��� Ins,  to  place of
commencement  containing  640  acres
more or less.
LIZZIE PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY. Agent
Located Novi 1909.
ALL AT
NOTICE.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe
Clothier
c
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front  St., Foot of S'xth.
Phone  106 P. O. Box 345
District of New Westminster.
Take notice  thai   thlrtj   day- after
dati    I.  A.  ./   Pat- rson   of    Vancou-
-.<���:    i    C.   occupation broker, Intend
to  apply  a  license    to  prospo.-r   for
rounds I appeal to the   ,.,jal and .���.,..,,. ,..   ,,   ...
'        iVestmlnster for their | described lai :
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
MAKE  YOUR   APPEAL to the public
through the coiumni cf THE DAiLV
NEWS.     The   Morn nj D,cer
Dis
'
JAS. N. AITCHISON.
NOTICE.
-    tl   thli ty  'I.
llth    Louisi     Patei ol
B. C, o m, ti
ipply for a Hi to pros-
ii   thi
-. lands:
i
.     -.     pari
e noil     30 cha        them
thenci ith 80 cl
���    pla      e.r
ontalnlng 64 i a< n
���   ���
EDITH LOI ISE PATERSON,
T. J.  BEATTY, Agi I I
Located D iei n    r 7. iwj.
i  immencing  al  a  po;-  plai ti :  at
the  m rthi a I   coi:. .   ol   ilisu Icl   lol
��� -.        ace �� ���    cl ains,  tin d<
thence    i ,.-i  80
.. .:     ���      ' bali
of commencemi at,    containii
��� I ei   mon   or less.
ADANIRAM   JTJDSON   PATERSON,
T. .).  BEATTY   ���'������
Loi ������������ I Novembi '    9, l
District of New Westminster.
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
3ragsr> rsCTaagp
v_?_mf*\*n______r*i_.*___v-z*^^ \zr>'-T_*r*,-:---iT r. a.,-..��� .��� ^ ��.v;.
C. Mills, Timber
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai  thirty davs after
many  r''���       '       ���  '"���   �� ���     I.    John    William   Beatty,   of
the  weather cleare you may depend   Vancouver, B. C   occupation painter,
'..'-or,    it there    will    b<-   something   i'1""'! to apply f-.r a license to pros-
;ht within -he reach of tbe peo-  {",',"  u"' '";'"'���  and petroleum on  the
. rolli ning described lamls:
PH    hat wlll give a warm    glow   to      C ���   B posl  plante,] at
*?-:>--- '.___*_**_,: --���_ ��� ���^^&*SK~??2__:ir-_,:___._?.___&_ -    i  mi     n  t
|
P.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������*��*��**++.>*.���
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
THE TRAIN OF FA Mii
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LIU
Embodies the  aewest  and   best Hey.*
lor   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, _ni
LUXURY.      It  is   lighted   with   both ,
electricity and ?����; the most brilliant-1
It Illuminated 'rsln in the world. Th"!
efttlp-Bent coiHi<it�� of private oompart-
m��nt cari. sttmisnl 16 section Bleep-
er*,    Inxnrlous 41nlnK  car,    reclinlne
ehair cars   fs.����ts   free),  modem  day!
cache* and buffet, library and amok-
Ml   fMt,
For   Time   Tables,   Folders,  or  any ||
furthei- Information call tm oa- write
F. W. PARKER,
T20 Se<��nd A yen ue, Seattle, Wash. 11
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
ot]
Manufacturer* and Dratera m All Ktna"
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Sent#0n Approval a
To RSSFONSIBI,* Propi.r    "* t*.
Laughlin
TOUNTAIN PEN
RED GEM
Che lnh Pvncil
Your Choice of
IARMERS ATTENTION!
i
f Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
"*
__��
I
Royai City Branch, Columbia
Telephone 12.
New Weafmincter
LAND  ACT.
New Westminster Land  D atric
trict of N��w Westminster.
Take  notice  tl
McQuarrie, of
('..     I,la     .
tends ti i
:.
tl ���   ahore of    v. I -
th weat i
!   Ni w  Westi
following   I
il ir yot aaid Lol : '���'���-
or less to the  weal
' Imbi i   Limil    38,78;
g the sai.;  wea ���
i  Timber  Lii ll
:. ore e a \, <^ to the _���   i
I Ti l.i:; It. 1
!    .   ���
ber Limil 30 cl: _i
������   the Bhore of li-ilf.
SO .' ' ��� a���!;. ,      We8t( ' lj
along the Bhore ol Hall   i !
Welcome Pass to polnl
menl containing one I
ty i Mn acrea more or Ii
JOHN FERDINAND
Agenl for William Cartas 1
rie.
Dated, November 23rd
Dl -'
It to ye
hooklag ai tl
You  wl.l  find
t<   arrunge your
whether you i.-it^n-l to travi
lng for ymir friends.
For dates of sailing and particular!
apply to
B. QOULET,
C. P. it. Vjen''
'~_-i_w__________m
$
These
Two
Papular
Articles
for only
Pot!
paid
to any
itfeiriBt
Ettii.
Iiutlralione ire Exict Sin
pen Kiiainutrril
Kclia Oold���cut
Bvery pen i
full WKt, HclU
on ri^ht httld may be hail
in ftther our sl.neUa!
Dieclc oren-que pultein, or
M"n-lirrnk.��l>le Tianspm-
ent. is ilr��i,cd, ���ithrr in ]
pl��m or engraved finish
���� preterred.
Tcra nu tr/ikiipia ��� wxk,
If ���������� .lo ii. i nnd Itu npn.rnsa^
��� Miter srtloli ih��n jiu r��n m.
���������ra r,r niai run ran iraeiTi
nios In .���, ,.���,��� ���,��. If ���,.,!
*ntlnl| Mtlafuton in ��.,.��� ,. f
���Pyjwtani it >u4 ����� ��,n lend 1
Cii..��iP,r,|,m,.fl--,i,1,M
Pope.Ur  lie-,,  .,,��  |���k   (j,,.,,
���"""""��� 1,",.W��,ftrhinipli,m���
l��> I'-ln'.l ,i, ,���, [(,��|||���n |,
p^ck.l ���, thoppla, |,M, ���r|���. ���,
���Uf ��'e.:i al nrattmioli. rule
neim I -|. rl nK) tt*ll, FrMInn,
joint, |e,llil,,.,|vul���,nl,��d reiki..,
<�����>".   *,,_ rnll,   flnlah.     Nalal!
���jarrwhara <_, |uo, Ktm.i,
non     tail/on forjat."   M_,t���
|^Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
Mtlestlo Bldg.,
t
l
Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED 1817. *
CAPITAL |14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughoul Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
D. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in    all  parts of    tlie
world.
Savings Bank Department���1>posltg
received in sums of |1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annmm (present rate).
Total Aeiaets over $168,000,000.00.
Wei*' WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
������������������������������������������������*����������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������*�����������
���
Chest Protectors
at ali prices
AT
!
THE DRUGGIST AND
^optician.;
Eyes Tested Free.   'Phone 57.
RYALL'S
������4****>*����4
**>*>*>*> �����������������������������������������������������������**
TELEPHONE 604.        P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   8TREET.
(Next  Cosmopolitan  Hotel.)
an,i the &e��"
done s��
ts an event of u lifeHme
eral verdict of all who have
is that they want to repeal  jne
porienee ns often as possible, ror
food is always of the Mtf"**?1"
clean, wholesome and satisfying
Berved In the best style, qulcWy
promptly.
KENNY'S
mr
and
and
739
COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM  OFFICE.
OPP- ,oNDAY.   DECEMBER   13,
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
*��� '..
Str. Strathcona
CURED   EN   ONE   DAY
1 t��
Arrives In
: Disorderly Meeting
''���-���
Uunvnn'ei  Cold   Remedy  lie'.lavas   the
it ami 'vnga almost Immediate-
.   ���.  Fevers,  ati ps   Discliargca uf
; _   uie* ��weij .-nl ai hi ��� and pains
.   av  colds.    U cares  Grip and ob-
te Cougba and preTents Pneumonia.
.roa stiff "r *wn|]pn joints, ihi mat-
,   ' ,   ,,; chronic?   Axk your druggist for
���>  Rheumatism   Remedy  ami  aea
Ickly you will be cured.
' ef ,   u bave any Kidney ar Madder trou-
ki,   I, i  Munyou'a Kidney Ri me ly,
m    von's   Vltnll7.iT   malios   weak   wea
.  '       and restores lost  powers.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Kxpress and Seattle train
, s   Tlaaa
Afternoon Express leaves 15:26 for
ail    points    Kant,    Including   United
States I'oints. St. Paul and Hast.
Agassiz  Local leaves 17 :.",.">.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. P. H. Agent.
(Continued  from
obtained al the Prasi
and taken up with i��
si 'eas. With these supporting
hcona was raised suffl
the  rising   tide to enabh  _..,
towi ii   bj   the   Samson   to   le.
'���e ���" ri     he   wi -   placed  o .
keel       ... the tide lowi
ed to a higher postlo i \
'        '     tO   tlee     S        ���.,     n.    ;	
screws,  the supporting i le.
tightened  as she raised, Two
wi re i laci d on either sid
:' '   ��� ndi   ai  the timbers
and  Iii   this
the scene of tin
lasl al 11 a.m
Only
Saturday at City Hall
e
one
scows.
at  _i ;. in.
Jackson Printing
Company
have finished installing their
new plant In the new Thomson
block, Market square, and are
now prepared to execute all
orders promptly. They have
put in an up-to-date cylinder
press (the first in the city) for
doing the finest half-tone work
in black and colors, as well as
the better grades of commercial
work.      TELEPHONE 338.
e sui;
can j
manni     e
accideni  .     i
lowed by Hi    i ..   '
hitch   occurred    on   th<
trip ni the city   and thai  I
for a time to make ll  ni ��
beach the Strathcona en route    The
width "I the vi ssel an 1 tin
all totalled some 94 '��� ���
feared thai ii would be Im]
pass through the span of tin
bridge. The passage was made with
some difficult)    lesi   than six inches
mi   either  side  clearlni
1 The boai  rea< hed  the citj
nil  Sat ui day. i^^^^^^^^
The wrecking staff is still In Ign
��� ance of the tt ue condition o( tin
of thr Strathcona. lt i.  impossible until sin- is beached and elei    of water
| io tell ui the exti nl ol tin rem In
. sides,  and  the other d
j may have Incn doni. It  is. how ever,
; believed thai her bulkheads are dam-
Iaged and that only the fact that she
was forced on  to her side    by    the
Btrengl h of the current caused her to
sink.  Even then she took almo I one
j and  a   half hours  b< fore Bhe settled
- in the bottom, There ar<   .'���   tons ol
! freight   siiil  on  board,  mostly    ��� on-
'. slstlng of farm produce Intended for
the city market. All of this ii is expected will l"' ii total loss
n bj the aldermen on some
as.
receipts and    tax receipts ex-
��� ��� ded all other >i ar?      The receipts
. watei  also had  shown a large
and demonstrated the wis-
if the woi k ol water system i���
aki n.
^^^H    was all verj   well for candidates
thej would do but in the
found  thej   had  to cut
i   work  to the finances supplied
: arj   to keep within the
- in keep the city oul of debt.
.wn   paid    tributes to  Aid.
nd Adan were absent,
ippi ied thai  no man had had
d , xamined as he had d in
ae; fev, days.     li had even
I thai $200,000 had been paid
Bi nk of Montreal b.  tin   u
on  his accounl.      He wished
for  he  had  mortgages
and .     nl    irj   noti s    to pay thi re
II weii   compi Had    in  sail,  he
would  not  have more  than  a  ?10i
left.
Ri fei ring to a statemenl made b>
Mr Lee, tl al the cltj had tried to
sell the timber on the Coquitlam re-
erve hi b ated that the city did nol
leave the timber to sell. The timbei
was sold .. the I lominlon government. The mayor read a reporl
from the Dominion Lands Departmenl
stating that the reserve around the
lake was practically without value,
and thi tin 'e')' ��as nol merchantable
The city tried to gel control of the
timber there but ii had been sold
in the meantime.
misinformed  as  to  the  figures  which
ited.     The sum nl $134,000 W:IS
ebl of the cltj In 1899, and nexi
January, 1910, int. n   to   L0 l"''
.   a Id in this.      \ sink-
.   been  formed  to  meel
. iary thli money would
.  i      Financh is during "l"
id senl noi less than Ll U
���-. hi   had h- ' i ovei   L0<
��� e  -ard to bonds   Plnan
.i  said thai  while they  r< al
.i  the cltj   was i i a splen lid
i  , mditlon,    yei   the  Blnking
neei   the  Interesi   mllltati d
��� ali   ol the bunds to P
S    also    pointed
i     ssmeni   was  Inade-
of a lan    Qtiai
of    | b Ing    ' xi mpt.      The
ated  ihai   Mr.  Lee ml
find the d ol   thi   cltj a bonds
.'.e ;   job  than   he  thought,  and
stated 1    I  he woul I nol  be able, aa
a uld  .u   Friday's meet-
...        e of (hem to b< tter ad
an In the past.
More   Interruption.
no such thing,'  n tortej Mr.
"1   aaid
Maj or
as much.
an d
i
Kearj   -Well,
Vou talk ii
so  forth  and
. well
yon Intimated
aboul   Sasku
a.,id that  we
as  we  might.
no bu   i thing,
Lee;  1 didn t Inti r
The City  Bonds.
The bonds of the city were advertised, and lenders were received
which were nol satisfactory, the market having dropped. This was nol
published, although the reporters
wei e   i i esi nt.      Mr.   Lee    had   been
Lee    I said
ae. Mr.    	
: '".'1   J OU!
iii    l.ee���-\\'i II,  I didn'i  say  whal
nol  true.
Mr, Keary -Nor have 1.
.1.  1). Kennedj    Yes ! > ��� ha\ e,  Mi
l.i e  said   no   such   thing   iast   night.
"Sii down! rhrofl  Iiii   oul'    etc.
from audience.
The mayoi trusted thai the rate-
puyi rs would sell iusIj consider before casting iheir voti s and aski d
iheir support for the five members ol
the preseni council sei kin,; re i li o
tlon. lie had bi en cloi i lj asBOi Iated with Aid, Jardine, and found him
consi rvatlve and hard woi king, He
expressi ,1 greal regi i I ������ the retire
��� of Aid. Henli j He had been vli-
tilled by supporters ol 'ie.
ihere was nothing he c uld
Bal Isfai toi Ilj ii given
portunity.
Aid. Jardine.
qultlam lake becausi  should it go "oul
he  never  would   be able  lu        M
in mind again,     O i the ^ound thai
lt     v., ,   i|    Ibll      to    I nei   .1    a
all     contingi iu e.       he    had    voted
te 1 li ..'    dam.
Resignation  of   N.   H.   McQuarrie.
Indlng up the lirsl pai i ol tlu
on.   Mayoi   Kearj   took  th,   oj
; portunitj   to  thanK  all   the  neai
! departments.
think," sai.l  he, "thai   we
j the   heal    head:    .  .    ,., pal I illl Ills   ill   th<
i     am     SOI 1 >      tO     see.   ,     llee\v
evei. that on accounl ol thi   dirl
tai I    thai  hav s been    m idi   o i
. them who ha    wo ked hii
���:,    bol Lorn  i.e  t he  toj   ol   ] If
���.ii \ i,...  lias  resij rn ii
his i e signal lon this ey ening.     i le i;-
Mr.   V   II.   M< Quarrli .   formerl;   citj
. .  and until todaj   assi i smenl
i ommlssioner."
Mayor Keary told ol how Mi
. had hi eu a.. used oi Im] i i
erly striking voti i a nann a from the
lists. The man who had made (his
utterly false charge had. said the
mayor, come and blustered to hia
stenographei   In the    citj   hall.     He
a taken ofl bla coai and shouti tl
thai he had come to whip the mayor.
"Qood heavens." said tlle mayor,
"1 wish 1 had known lie was I uie.
I would have ilven $50 to have known
It; for there Is no man iu New Westminster can whip me."
In callin, upon Aid. Johnston. hlB
worship look the occasion ol saying
a few words in praise of thai gentle
man's father, whome he described as
one of the heal citizens thai Nev
Westminster had ever hud.
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Aid. Johnston.
Alii. Joh&Ston Opi ni d his address
bj stating thai he had been 'our
years in he eli) council ana ai present was chairman ol two Importanl
committees, the market and lire com-
mittees. He bad seen the mai ke I
grow until it bad become the besl
markel on tbe Pacilie coast. The
council had added to the lenegth ol
t a mai kel building and extended the
whari to accommodate the Mexli in
and other liners loading merchandise
it this port. He gave much Ol the
credli  of the success of the markel
una hi..
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PURCHASES FROM THIS DATE BY LEAVING THEIR
NAME WILL HAVE WHATEVER SUBJECT THEY PREFER
RESERVED   FOR   THEM.
The Old Country Boot Store
J. Stewart, Prop. 661 Columbia Street
I   havi   worki i  for  Mayoi
Keary and am here a    h     supporter
lit. ll      > OU      '.'<.       .'V      >Oll      ClIU
daj or Kearj.     ii not, i am con
uii to i.i down and out.     I hav,. al-
nd    " i; ee    1...   ���     a   gentle-
d   and zealous in the Interests of
thi   cltj.      I   .i.i.. ys   found   thai   wi
I    .'. Ol .-    lie   lull Ulonj .        1[   van   see
li; in el< el Mayor K< ary and the
ot!u r membei s ol la i ���   i mncil
I should    do mv  b' sl worl   wil li
them as In 'he' past."
Aid.  Henlej
vId, iii nlej subn ;iee.      length;   i
l ��� . e   ea   iiie   A,,,.  ,;,.      ,.    i i    i	
of we: I s of    v\ hlcli  ..    i - chaii ie   '1
Poui   hundred and se vi ntj six cb
. i   '...a 1  ��� Idi >' iii   h id li . u  laid ���' id
ever 2000 lini ..1  �� ��� i  ol  C im li..    The
Sapperton hill li ��� i he ,__ graded dov
coi   Idi e ubl) .    I a  sl. ��� ets   op< ih\:  a.-
and  man;   existing streets macadam
izi ei    and    Improved.       Tne    Qleu
bridge had been n bull! al a cobi of
$2600.     A  numbi r ol   Improvemi nl
wen-  suggested,  among   them   bi lng
the dredging of tin   channel ofl   llu
Sixth stiei i slip.     l.aeK ol iih o had
hindered the completion of the Flrsl
streel  sewer, bui  ll   was well  under
way.     The establishment  of a  complete   Sewer   svslelll   foi    the   City   was
forecasted. As Aid. Henlej remarked,
ila re were "numerous of other things
noi   mentioned  in  the  reporl."
"A  greal   deal  lias  bei n  said  ahout
i the   B.C.E.R.       Since     1     have   been
here   they   have   done   son e   good   tO
the city.     On Front sireet thev have
given us $2700 for macadam.  Mayor
j Kear) remarked to me when the work
was undertaken,    'see  thai   >"u  get
I something for It,' and I saw to It."
Aid.   Henley,  amid  applause, promised to be mn again for alderman in
11911.
in calling upon Aid. Smith Mayor
Keary Bald thai the statement had
been made that .Ud Smith was narrow  minded.
"1 have been with Aid. Smith on
the licensing commission for a number of years, and on the police com-
mission tor the last year, and I have
never found a more broad-minded
man than Aid, Smith. Aid Smith
minded. He works
for the good of    the
 lommiitee
he had taken a keeu interesi in the
work. As a volunteer he tough; manj
a lire in the days before he was
councillor. The departmem haa grown
until    now   Ihel e      wei e      four   suh   la
tions, all manned bv paid firemen, a
was an expensive concern, bui the de
!partmenl was one which i.i comparl
son i" the size of the city, was as
good as any on the Paciflc coast,
Aid   Johnston  paid a  high tribute
le, i hiti \\ alsmi "v, ho had grown Up
with l.i.- work." The council Intended i" taki ui' at nm' i lu erection
of a lue station in the Wesl End, de-
. ��� e d only on account of lack of
funds. There would be more hydrants ami more protection ior 'he
part of the city. He had done his
durin,. bis time of
the citj
bi  4   loi
. aea
Aid
Mayoi   K
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unable to attend th
counl of an urgenl
Aid   Fader en. >    .,
^^^ F.idcr
i ea I
stating that
, letter from
he  bad  been
an I  eill -.   I  a    Bl
call  in  Victoria.
a  reporl  ol  hlB
significant meeting had l>een held.
Notwithstanding I il the committee
fought the matter for five meeting*
and each time the hearing was adjourned,     io had been informed th*t
the city council had adopted ������'��'
plans ol the compan;, and g telegram
to thi effeel wai p o meed bj
Bodwi li, the B.C.E.n lawyer, ' Hut-
Mr. Bodwell refused . | u ll i.i ,is
an exhibit,
Mr,  Hi.vson asked a question with
i ni e to the l< ti Ing ol  pipe tea-
1    - How   had  a   con.ia.      bl
���  cents a  fool   mora  th in the ��� on-
. a
Mayor Kearj  replied thai thli
.'in   case  w here   th    ch ".   a
committee had a< ��� aga I tbi ad-
v i. e ni the ii.av..r He i ��� iie>i thinlc
thai any blame should I     ��� to
am. Adams in i He could
nol  replj  propi rly, no     	
sant   w iih   the  tei of  I he
mailer. !!(> thought t. ere vv.. i
mlsundei standing
Mr. Bryson disclaimed any in
tion of blaming Md. Adams, hi
tended to call al b ntion to the a
ol the council In allowing I
ih r to pass. The mayor infor
Mi. Bryson that he was sure the tendei had not heen lei ai 2, above ""'
lender  rale.
Jos.  Cameron.
Mr. Cameron Intimated that he was
thoroughly familiar with the Coquitlam water question, b il confined
himself rather to generalities, promising lf elected to do "ids besl in ''",
Interests ��� ( the city."
J. N. Aitchison.
Mr. Aiiehis.i. Btated thai he was
offering himself as a candidate because he thoughl thai Sapperton
needed representation on the council, lie thought that the citizens
Bhould take more interest in the actions Oi the aldermen and asked, it'
elected, for advieo from the ratepayers from time to time.
A. Hardman.
A. Hardman follow. | Mr. Aitchison. The lateness 01 the bom p -
vented him speaking ai any lengdi
on the great topics before the raie-
pajms. He stood "ia osed to 'h'1
erection ol a 7; -fo it dual unleSg it.
could be shown thai ii waa absolutely
sale. He regretted Hun the limited
time givi u (.i, ii vear to public meeting! prevented the ratepayers themselves from speaking on eivii- mat-
tern.
lie desired to Bee a park in the
\\ est Knd for recreation purposi s.
The sew.iage system shouid b. extended. He wanted to si e the > ��� ! :
business done   along    buslnc .- ll  es,
and   if   elected   lie   would   endi avoi    tO
see   this  was  ii���\ir.      Hi    had   been
asked   whei her.   if   I   'i.e.      he   would
lake a pass from the B.C.E.R.   ' No.
He  wished to feet  entirely    tn.   to
work foi the citj. beholden to no cor-
pen ation.
How About   It.
Aid.    Johnston    r< ported    to    the
imi ling, on behalf oi  Herbert Gtlley,
thai he was wvav on a tllp east. Hy
��� . Qllley'B request Aid. Johnston
stated thai If i lected Mr, Gillej would
give nis time and beal eni rgli g to the
cil v 'g   liusilli as.
Illll Illll
waa a
Marshall Sinclair.
lax-Aid. Sinclair pointed to
all ami above board  if i
Capital $4,800,000
Reserre $4,500,000
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A dinned horse will not only do a greater amount ot
work than a horse with Its natural coat, but will at tbe *me
Ume ha"more Ot. In him. On the other hand, tbe undipped
horse win be dull, out of condition,   and   seldom   If   eTer   dry
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Clipping  again   removes the tendency to sweat, and mere
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^'it will pay to pu; one of our Twentieth Century Clippers
in your able! Call in and let us explain to you th. simp lc-
Hy convenience In handling, and the advantages of using
these machines.
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Is not    narrow
wholeheartedly
city and Is falr^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to all  men."
Aid.  Smith.
Aid. Smith reported as to his work
on the police and health committees.
The vear had been on" ol the healthiest on record. At the beginning ot,
ihe year the council had feared thai
owing to the state ol some of the
sewers, typhoid might be prevalent.
These sewers have nov i  axe_.
The cost of the bt-alth departmenl
this year would be 12000 less than
the appropriation.
Aid Smith spoke or the difficulty or
disposing ol the clly's garbage In the
past and expressed his satisfaction at
the prospect of an Incinerator.
For this   Institution    two tenders
had been received which would be
opened as soon as Aldermen Gray and
Adams   returned   from   Ottawa
With regard to the public depart
ment, Aid. Smith told of difficulty in
procuring suitable men for the force,
He bad high praise for Chief Men-
tosh. In regard to the work of lhe
police, 780 cases bad bee,, disposed
of; while receipts had amounted to
��7()0 more Ihan lasl. year. "While we
have not been able to carry out an
llial wo hoped In tbe past, we are
working ln that direction and hope
to accomplish what many of the citizens desire before long.
In regard to tbe proposed new jau,
Aid. Smith Intimated that the rear
of Ihe city hall would probably he
chosen as a site.
Aid. Smith closed with the statement that in his opinion a man wnn
experience on the city council could
better administer the city's affairs
than one having no such experience.
He praised the work of the B.CH.K.
ln connection with the city but stated
that he could not consent to the construction  of the  75-foot  dam  at u>-
, iinueiii, pati.s ^^^^^^^^^^^
Mayoi   Keary  read
in his reporl Aid. Fader wrote that
the ele,ning ami fencing ol the Sapperton park had heen completed, the
wm k li, lug uu Unladed um in, He.'
term of ex-Alderman Garrett, aluch
Improvement had been made ai
Queen's park, bul he recommi ndi d
in the new council thai the grand
stand be moved up to the oval, and
the drlvewaj be broughl to the preseni grandstand site.
Mood) square had been I'lernccd
and otherwise improved.      Tipperary
reserve   had   been   uudel'ln lished.
More improvement, were required
at the library, but the committee bad
heen handicapped b> the lack ol
funds, the money being more urgently required for other departments.
Referring to the watei question.
Aid. Fader considered that the discussion of the matter had done more
harm than good to the city, and he
thoughl there bad been too much
knocking. The proper policy was
"boost,  don't   knock;   thai   would  aid
the expansion of the cii>. He was
withdrawing from the council owing
to the gieat amouni of business ol
bis  own   which   lie   had   to  attend   to,
ir he were in a better position the
following year he would again serve
the city should the)  bo desire it.
J. 8.  Bryson.
,i. s. invsou nexi took the platform
as an aspirant tor aldermanli honors,
lie was standing foi election malnlj
on the water question Mi Bryson
outlined the work ol the dtlseui
committee.     The committee brought
UU  engineer  to the ellv   u  few  dajs be
fore the governmenl meeting at Vie*
toria. The englneel went in Co
>iiiitiaiii lake, but no members of the
connell   were  aide   In go   with   llllll, he
did not know why. when the matter
was so Important When the council did go to the lake the chaliinim
of the water committee. Aid. Adams,
bad told blm tbat be could not go.
for no rig had been provided. He
then declared bis Intention to walk
If nothing was done. Aid. Adams
bad said that he would send a buggy
for hlm, but It never came, and be
only Just managed to catch the train.
At Westminster Junction tbe B.C.B.R.
Official! were found lo be 111 possession of the rigs and Mr. (Itinvtt and
himself were lefl to walk. Tbey
reached the lake bul were unable to
get a boat to go with the parly on
the water.
lt waB unfortunate thai every person desiring information on the water question was turned over to the
B.C.B.R. pfflcUls. Tbe committee
had discussed the matter later with
Mr. Chipman, the engineer. They
recommended that the project be opposed and a citizens' meeting had Instructed them to fight nlong these
lines. The council's committee did
not report to the council, so that
when the citizens' committee went to
Victoria, they were Informed that no
word was received from the city
council, except a telegram (hat an ln-
_ bis 1 ast
"cord on the council and promised
iei live up to it ii na I. cted, He laid
some claim to the present prosperity
ol the market as an old-time head ot
the market committee.
Mr. Sin. lair testilied that the council    had   been    led    to   believe   that    it
had an Inalienable ii��hi to the (-<1-
quitlam lake reserve and could rn11
be Idamed for in gb cting to have it
sui \ eyed.
T. H. Smith.
In consideration of the lateness of
the hour, Mr, Smith contented himself with merel) presenting himself as a candidate ami requesting
the support of those present,
Robert   Watson.
Mr. Watson announced himself as
a supporter of Mayor Keary, in regard to bis past experience Mr. Watson thought that even Mr. Keary
could hardly say, as be could, that,
there   was no Office  In  Ihe  gilt   Ot  all
Ontario urban or rural municipality
wliich be bad not filled. He bad
even   acted     as     potllldkeeper.        Mr.
Watson thought thai li there was B
Utopia on earth it WftB the Oltj ot
New Westminster. (Applause.) He
Indulged in _ glowing peroration <>11
the preseni conditions and future
prospects Of the City Ol New Westminster. Mr. Watson staled that be
adtnlred Mr. Lee for bis courage in
tackling the mayor's chair, he Intimated, however, thai he bad no great.
faith In the clianees ol lie,, said gentleman.
Mr. Watson concluded with a protest againsi th, tendency of low assessmenl. a high assessment did
not moan a high taxation ami tended,
lo establish faith In the Cit) on the
pail   Of outside Investors.
At   Uie   conclusion   ol   Mr.   WatBon'i
speech   the   mavi"     called   upon   Mr.
i.eo to take tbe platform, n he so de-
glred,        Ml'.   Lee,   however,   refused.
Complains of Treatment.
He did nol  propose, he said, niter
the treatment accorded him, Intend to
take up the (line of tbe iiieellng. He
bad asked 11 colli toons question H',(t
bad uol been treated courteously. He
had expected to bo treated as lie luul
treated Mayor Keaiy at Sapperton
and the We��l  Knd
All   through  the  campaign  he  bad
been charged with searching the record., of the mayor's life. He had
only seat ched such records us were
open to the publics. Had he taken
notice of all that had been said of
him since the campaign opened be
would have gone crazy.
He was sorry for the resignation ol
Mr. MeQuanle, but it could not he
attributed to him In any way. Mr.
Lee said that he had not been treated
courteously.
The mayor replied that he had not
blamed Mr. Lee for statementg on
the street. The meeting had been
called to hear the mayor and aldermen. Then as there were symptoms
of a renewal of the disorders of earlier lh the evening the mayor quickly
put the motion and the meeting adjourned.
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THE   MAYORALTY.
L/diiy   news   .;      .hat ab0U3^5 in rasa
P       in. I plai -  and  mi:-.- hors   .Mr
'_      charges  Mayor  Keary  and    the
having either excluded
or muzzled the press���it is not clear
.���in order to prevent the public r������ ml - properly acquainted
with the I .-.: ss trans ted by the
Council. We say at once lhat there is
not the slightest ground for such a
charge. Mr. L- proclaims
ejeli aloud an apostle of publicity,
and says he will have none of the
Star Chamber methods Bat, sTjungee?-
ly, he is the very man who just two
 " years ago did his verv best   to    ��� v
Tt"       ���    -������-" ��tepay�� oughl nol     ;ude ^ pn?gs from tfae meeting_ .-
to be tn hWed whh any oualms as to   ^  Board Qf Tr&de   a  pnbUc    boiy
the way in be should cast  his . .       .     .ri_       .       ;..:erltarv
vote  hi   the  Mayoral  Eiec.ion  today.l^  Mr_ L_& a... .       .     ...
Politics do not in any way enter into ,ioa on the ,.   .,     -   .-    -...
the '   ' ���'    municipal    poUt)    .       , q{ Jt^ f. no, a y.^k body
doe^ Tbe elector baa to judge of I        _  .      .. :.   .   ,= w be worthy of ar-
purpose t.r.2 [ati      - ni : I   ���   :'���'���    ' -���������
didale:-   In   a-..:el  to I ���'..:: his sup-
li'r-    '     ���'   '"'''������%   -  - :. able to charg.   I
coming year. There i- . ....   _ .
so'ste   divergence   |   | thei,   nt- . .      ;. ^ .   .
�� ' i in tl Cil   -     ���
careful   and  cai I t .     _i;_..    . ;-. R -  . .
administrative affairs of tbe City, and J h.
    -
.    ;   ssibil-
_���   . is ssary  to have
iph _:_ and
i ......  evolved.
Ah  th il  was  :.-  ��� --    :   :      tbe  time
te  for
the .     ��� '������'-.
i]   :' :   right    ia face of
���
Lf   .ha: were dor. ��� .  .
.   to g ".  n   an^
all  ' -- that  havi
marry, ri    thl -"     V   of      mosl       I    '
cities in     mi itd e     ���- ��� ���  ������
In    C  ' The    cities    were not
entres    f all  that
was   ��� '  aed ar..i  :
In tbe world   i ���   m< ml I
:..  .-     ' .' .   l ������::..   ei nd
  ral   g
the cities    f tl senl day ha-
keie-     p.: ���      ' ��� ��� omn ���
growth,   ar.d   ail   on   account
fact that the <     I    -    . 0    diffi
Itii s did not al te f     the
men wh(   often It      (selves   ... candidates for c;.i    h -.   --       : .
sion hi     rged    thi     ���   ngn g ition to
te in matters       this    ind 1
man \        rould bring thi
"    '      Ideal set up by St. J    n
1
5 avenui Mrs.
tl
���__.  .bought    I :
:
.-
- ...   While
:.iy be-
lesday the doc-
-  ���   ��� . He ar-
' d  ���'���'  -
Satnrd alng
-.     ������ hi:.    b .    ���. lietly
is  i-urvived by
Iren   Arthur
I 7.     She was
it I of her
��� -   In   this
  :.  her  people
-  ���   st       b. ��� r since coming
stminsb     Mra  Peck has
tivi   Interest   In   church
'.  friends
are  mourning her /  death.
be private.
family rest
i   nue   on Tues-
' .      p.m.
DIED.
!g
reat Christmas Display 0f
Furniture,   China and
Bric-a-Brac
OUR    ASSORTMEr.T5    ATI   SO   VAPIE
MANY   USEFUL   AND   ARTISTIC   LINES     THAT IT*"    S��
CULTY   IN   DECIDING   WHAT     WHAT   YOU   Will      / '       D,FF|'
PERSON   OR   THAT   WILL   VAMSH UUW|LL     GIVE    THIS
READ THIS  LIST-IT  WILL     SERVE    AS    A     PARTlAe
TO   OUR   CHRISTMAS  OFFER,NGS AND   MAY   p���,AL   'NDEX
LY   SUGGESTIVE. PROVE   HELPFUL
Jardinieres  beautifully  decorated
Indian baskets, ae-- colors ���' /J
Doll  collapsible  go-cart,,  rubber "tires   ...... '/.
Musi    cabinets, mahogany,    ... _ �� 56-25
Rock.rs,  assorted  sizes " '' aY    00 ;o 520.00
 5-; ���'.-oo
MAIL    ORDERS    GIVEN   SPECIAL   ATTE'.T
DEATH OF  MRS. PECK.
has _ _     offici
he h is altogethi
untri' I Ivantage of
' '������  ' ��� experiei
and our. ol :..- own .". lutJ proved
himself  Incapable  of displaying
:-    inlversall;    n
ibility,  and    thi
������ -.   ������������ Ith * Qlled the
.   Chii:   Magis     ' Mayor
.   .-. again <������       forward at i
I al invitation of I      leading  :..
Passed Away at  Her Hc-y. on Satur-
aay After Long  Illness.
On   -   ��� ;   .     \_.
;:   !'- fe of J hn   P    -
cial boll - ��� .   ��� j-
-    .
.    ���     . - . ���    ���   .
N'ew
���   .
U -
pri-
Thi
.    . .      , .
L E E*S Furniture Emporium
*���"   Mm^   MmA      **J Le:'s  Block,  Colu-r.h.  <_,.._.
Phon...
     Colu��-b;a  Strj
~-^ xew westmix.st;.:.
' : *"��v __&_xz__7r_.t-jsLT.'*!________^_*B_ST,_it_^^r. tt____J________a
c,
���������������������^�����������������������������������������������������t^#4>4#^^^^^^t
iiii   iinnaiior: laiug   mei
courtf-sy   ar.d   considi , ,...       ,     . . ���
ot our (Ity, v the full.. I
otnerfi      w ;."a    i.      on      inih.' . ���
fidence in hir.-.                -         that
cl iug<   .:. ���      direction of tbe Citj -
Interests juncture  would be
most ii Mr. L'-      has    not
been I       fei   I      reriesi   tittle
of ev) why  there  should   be  a
In .   - favor.
others    which  is    an    indispensable
gualifie'Ht.ori foi  01 i is
the posi'ion of the    flrsl   citizen    of
New v.'. stmin '���
Mr. L'-e may be a__ excellent busi-
ness  man,  and  i:   in   nis  conm   "...
with the      '
duct ee:   the  Mayoral contest  h
displayed something  ol
politeness  of everyda;   [ifi
of experience   In    municipal    affairs
might  have bei n, to
condoned. But his cone; i
zens'    da' ''.'... .. ':
ver, bis disgraceful  tr-
Hon.   \'b ..  Thursday
evening   and the 1 of at
tack upon Maj
adopted   ...     - .-rilous
broadi     ���    .    n
room each da gains
.     ���
i    ��� ble.
We are
!.<������ -;���-:.��� In tbi
war:: ���
cltei
���    .!���  -^���
i  . Th<    Ity is I em "
Lee I    ��� ad
proi ���      -       thl . i reet citj
apo Si ���'
��� ���   ���   something  infinitely   btt-
ralla
Citizens Alone Con
Perfeel Their Cities
' Con tin ui d f i      Pag<  Oni  I
He .pointed out that a city Ilk
. i ial.  could  not    stand  without
It  had   been    claimed   by
���   a  good,  clean,  kindiy  life
���  from God   in : the
f Christ, but t ... are
���    ���.    :. i egotism
And ;t    city.      Rome,  I
and all tbe great citii     of thi
;    ���     ere s icc< ssful  ai perous
��� ��� ... adhered even      theii ow-n
but - for-
d '!
��� lfishness.
Ity is I
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
QO
ds
ii
iunl-
���
any
��� .
mu;,
'   the   ]
;    ���
'-' ��� it of N'ew   ,.'-
��'ir  ter I ned by
it"!.'" Ion    of
���rhi. .    .
It would  be
mm', foolish ai i   to i. tablish
an ��� new line ol  p   I
action, or to place al the bead of af-
tail
.acq ,-   innumerable
atid Impi of the Improve-
' li   ihi.-, wn; done
""���  ��� fo    the   City's
futufi  wt ��� irtalnly be Jeo-
;        ' :        I a decided        b ick   In
bei di  '. .   .. nl  -^e, Ud be Impi   i
Anothei  poii ��� ich dlscu
w-d .'end Impori ��� watei qui :loi ,
Mr. Lee . . ���'��� greal deal to sa)
aboul this Id the waj ol pointless
criticism and cheap sarcasm, bul he
liaH nol submit! 6 anj pi opos il thai
would produce a bettei resull than
has already been attained by Mayoi
Keary and the Council. All thi Cltj
need.-, is an ample supply oi pure .-. ,
ter from ih' natural reservoir al Co-
rjuiilaiu Lake, 'll is has been secured.
Primarily the control of the water
supply will be In the h-'ii'i ,, thi
Fed. ral t, ... .nmenl which guarantees tbe puilty  of tin-  water and  1m-
poKes the paymeni for tbe paymeni
for the besl  Banltary   engineer   obtainable i" K"-p tab on  the qualltj
of the water, in perpetuity    by    tli<"
Vancouver 1'owr Company, who ftro
permitted to utilise the hydraulic potency of the lake for the development
of ibe valuable i-.n- lines ami electric
power servi* of the B. C. .ffllectrlc
Railway, bul the City win enjoy the
<:oniroi of the supply as ll has always
done.
Another matter of policy to which
reference has been made by Mr. Lee
is what he has termed the Star
GbUfber methods. Ah far us w.   can
MAYORALTY ELECTION
NOTICE.
W.     H.
KEARY'S
TUP.E.
r ������-'.Ol DA-
Columbia Sireet
CARDS
We   *ine  just received  a  very   great   range   of   XI
������������������������������,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���r., -        --        .CMAS      CARDS     l.r~     I
the very best publishers. You had better make your selections 1 *
wh,le tne assortment is complete. It will not cost you anv nT *
and  yo.j  can  gain  a  great advantage by  do.ng  your buying ���
Our  selection   is  beyond  comparison in the city. ���
t     Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers   {
�� Successors to J. J.  MACKAY &. CO.
���
���
���
TODHUNTER & BURR
�����������������������������������-.���������������������������������������������������������������������������
������������������4����M4H
in Toys, D ill;, Fancy Goods,
Leather Goods, Calendsu .
Cards, Pictures, Crockery,
; . ! are and NOVELTIES of i vrv des :i' -
tion. Twenty.iihree Years' Experience in this particular
le mea? I   :.���"���.     ft
fs uj* in our stock. Come
and see it.
i S, 685 Columbia Street
At Kirk^s Hardware
you can get Covered Roasters, Storey
Cake Pans, Food Choppers, Chopping
Bowls, Chopping Knives,J elly Moulds,
Patty Pans, Bread Mixers.
KlRK'S   HARDWARE  New Westminster, B.C.
e,-   ' -   *".;���
V/e beg to notify the el< "
of the City of New Westminster that permanent committee rooms have been engaged
in the Dupont block directly
above " The Fair" s'.ore, Columbia   street.
These rooms will be open until after the election and every
one is cordially invited to visit
the rooms at any time, and any
assistance rendered the committee will be greatly appreciated.
DAVID  DOUGLAS,
ADAM   JOHNSTON,
For the  Committee.
I ADVERTISE  IN
'____:____ra_r.
WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHOW
you how it Is cheaper to ' uy our
bigb-class building materials
tban It is to purchase the poorer liinci. We can point to
bu lings bulU wUb our mate-
rli i that never nerd repairs.
W can point to some others
th it need repairs all the time
But tbey were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies? /
A HOME FOR $1500
$60 DOWN AND THE BALANCE IN MONTHLY
MENTS OF $15 WILL GIVE YOU A SNUG LITTLE
HOME AND NICE LOT CLOSE TO THE SIXTH ST.
CAR LINE. THIS IS A SNAP AND WILL DE TAKEN
UP QUICKLY. SO DO NOT DELAY IF YOU WANT A
HOUSE  ON  SUCH   EASY  TERMS.
WE ALSO  HAVE A   SEVEN   ROOM   HOUSE   CLOSE
TO  THE CAR  LINE  FOR $1800 ON  EASY  PAYMENTS.
White, Shiles &Co
02.8 Columbia St,, New Westminster.
GILLEY  BROS.. Ltd.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
A Nice New Dinner
Service
Ninety-five Pieces Special
Today only $8.00 for the;
complete set
���^Advertise   in   Tht>    News.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
Ten Dollars down and Ten Dollars per month, no
interest Ihis property is on the new cut-off of the
o. C. Electric Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
We buy for cash and sell tor the same
I
List your property with Hale Bros.
& Co. for QUICK  SALES.    We
handle all kinds of  farm  lands,
house properties, etc.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, UO.     HALE BROS. & CO
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS
706   COLUMBIA   STREET.
0
g H'Si MONDAY,   DECEMBER   13,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods liouse
Special Sale of Trimmed
Hats
SPORTS
iWEIIANS GET CHANCE
TO SEE CANADIAN FOOTER
The Wreck of Eugene Borda.
Antwerp,  Deo.    11.���The    Bteamer
Veiniiialand arrived her today, bavin;; i,n board Captain Higelow, bis
will' and child, ami the crew ot the
onei Eugene Borda, who were
picked up when their craft was
wrecked nil' the coast of Nova Scotia aii of tlie party arc well. The
rescue of the schooner's crew was reported  earlier  by   wireless.
T'iey     Liked     the
Game
Ottawa-Hamilton
But Will Scarcely Adopt
It���Tigers   Won.
Fifty
Trimmed Hats In tb'' latest,  sty]
sale  today  at HALF PRICE.
BARGAINS
LADIES
AND    MISSES'
SNAPS.
.. u u u-u~)Wt����~M��&M*-Ht JWV jeWfe-K-JV___t_____t___*___t-_���__- ._* _V
WANTED
to   know   thai   much
SIOHT    lieinu  rinht.   ^^^^^^^^^
methods  of  correcting imperfect vision.
Optical Parlor,
Dominion Trust  Uldg.
ixxry/y'yyyb.���;.'!.'i-by-: *
Young  men   who  expect   to
make    a    success    In    life, -.;
depends  upon   YOUR  EYE- jj:
Come   here   and   learn    our $-.
W. F. TATE.
_
..-,��.. .  ,--..���..",.-���..--.."..-���..���a-'. .".�����..".r ���-.���.,��� ^
Xmas Fancy Goods
NEW DESIGNS IN CUSHION TOPS. CENTRES. DOYLIES. 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 VVH8TE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
**       a-
617   Columbia   Street.
��� _.'_jf_Kx,'iy^BS-W.
t ���at.vars''-^' ���rmrj.&.-'inamx-aitw-imar'.
' 'j_m
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 ancl 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.
FRONT [STREET.
eia.ua
;Keep Your House Warm \
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel f
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS. ���
JAMES & McCLUGHAN j
GOOD  SECONDHAND      COOK  STOVES  FOR  SALE CHEAP.     |
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster |
������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
football axon an AiiK'i-
e.    Dec.    11.���The    game  of
ii "ii the Van Cortlandt grounds
e orh todaj between the Ham-
'ton Tigers and the Oitawas was attended i.y 20,000 spectators, including
esl collection of
Perti .   i i Been iog(;tber
The match was brought about by
the efforts of the -New Voir Herald
"i demonstrate whether or not the
Canadian game is more dangerous
than the game as played In the United Stu - .., wiih iis alarming list of
casualties. Dispatches received tonight Intimate that the demonstration  \\aa a success,    the open  play,
unning passes and running kicks
In    more i pectacular than the close
��� ime'.      ii  is said that  the result of
Mds exposition of the Canadian evolu-
lon ol   Ru* bj   football  will  probably
ead ie. reform in tbe American rules.
Al ail events ii  will afford American
football reformers a basis upon wliich
ii  tackle  tbe subjeel   ot  revision  ol
football   nil. s.
The ae.e ui the .name was 11 tii i,
iii favor ci the Tigers.
The Nelson Shooting Case.
Nelson, Dec. 11.���Joseph Wayson.
who attempted twice to shoot Prank
Phillips, Socialist, and secretary of
thi Miners' Union, appeared yesterdaj before Mr, VV. H. Bullock-Webster, stipendiary magistrate, and was
committed for trial on the charge of
attempted murder. Much Interest is
taken  in  the  case.
TODAY WE ARE OFFERING EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS
Lace Curtains, regular $1.00 $ .50
Lace Curtains, regular  1.50 75
Lace Curtains, regular  2.00  1.50
COUCH COVERS, TAPESTRY CURTAINS AND COVERINGS AT REDUCED    PRICES.
BED LOUNGES AND COUCHES. LARGE STOCK MUST BE DISPOSED  OF.    SEE   BARGAINS.
FURNITURE in all lines at lowest possible prices.
WORKING  MEN:
Remember the man who has bettered the lot of the municipal employees and given them the Saturday
half-holiday and  VOTE   FOR  KEARY.
Fighter on  Floor  Mostly.
Savannah,   Dec.   11.���Jack   Britton,
of Chicago, knocked out  Kid Fanner
of  Peoria  lasi   night in  the seventh
round.       During   most   Of     i.lic   Qghl
Parmer was on the floor.
W. E FALES
612-618 Agnes SU Opp. Public Library
Undertaking   In   all   Its   Branches
NOTICE.
New York, Dec . 11.���Interesting
comments on today's Canadian Rugby
game al New York wil. In., published
the New York Herald tomorrow,
under the auspices of which the
teams were induced to come here for
an educational game, as ii were, before  American  football  experts.
Waller Camp's views arc given as
niiiaii lass dangerous than as played
in the United States. Of course you
cannol tell how dangerous the game
would he it played by Americans. In
both games there is a possibllitj oi
Injury, but the openness of the Can
dian play makes the probability of
serious Inn is kss than it would be
between American teams under American rules. There arc many thlngB
about ila i.ut-i.v game l admire. One
ese is tbe free lorn o punting.
The rule which allows a man a free
kick Is a i ood oni . In the matter
of tackling I cannol si > much difference. Americans can throw their
��� . ��� harder, but thi rub .- governing
the tackling are the same. The Increased punting which tia' Rugb)
game permits, however, would make
hard tackli li frequi nt. To my
mind the garni seen tl Cti on is
li as spi eta ei .,��� than th, Ami i lean
game, and, thi refon   li ��� sting.
i do nol  le' lii ied that  as a  wbole U
will . ipteJ co intry,
mgh we maye take hints from it."
'.'.    SI    ���     ..id   todaj   le-  believed
thai   In  tiirn   the   R u b;   garni   coul I
,   , ..        p0] American
...   bul   thai   in adopt   all  of  the
: j   i uli s wou      ��� educa
r   again o ���       ath-
. which wi a long i	
Si  ae of the American experts were
��� ���        IPPO    '   ei
 :   : ei     no   ad
of the tl retical and scientific nici -
;ie     of the American contest.
Owing in the heavy rain storm
which continued throughout Saturday
afte noon the league match between
the Rovers of tbis citj and the Shan-
rocks ni Vancouver waa called off.
The match will be played at a later
dale t" be decided by the association.
Rugby for College Game.
New York, Dec. 10.���"The substitution of Rugbj football for the game
now played in mosl American colleges ts ii"' only solution of the foot-
hall problem," says Dr. Thomas A.
Storey, physical director of College
City of New York, in a statement
puhlic in re today. Dr, Storey was
formerly physical director of Leland
Stanford Jr. University, California,
where they abolished football four
years ago and adopted Rugby.
No Flags for Him.
Toronto, Dec. 10.���Tl istee Simpson, the Socialist member of the
board of education, Is agitating
againsi the practice of flying Hags on
schools to commemorate famous battles
To  the   man
than  any one
mayor.
who   has     done   more
else for our city,  the
Stingeth   Like  an  Adder.
The city police put In a busy tim1'
on Saturday night gathering In no .
fewer than four men who did not of .8e.?"��B "��M
seem to be able to take care ol themselves. Three of the spurts will appear before the magistrate this morning to explain what they were doing
so far away from the water wagon.
The foui tb man was a Chink, who
was picked up on the street In an absolutely helpless condition.     At  the
police   stall.in   he   became  So  ill   that!
was called    in to look him
over.     The doctor said thai he was
:  e  n sick all right, a conditio i that '
the    Celestial    ascribed    to    Scotch
v. hlsky.       He     was     release.!   by   the i
police : lay t lorning to
a  chance to recuperate.
Notice is hereby given that Ralph
Charnley of    BamBton  island,  iu  the
province   of   British   Columbia,   David ,
Alexander   McRee  of  Ladner,  in  the |
said   province,   and   Joseph   Cameinn
nf Hi' city rn   New  Westminster, In
the said province, have been selected
by a majority In Interest and number
of the proprietors of the lands affect
ed   as    hereinafter   described to in
commissioners   under   the   provisions i
of  the  "Drainage  Dyking  and   Irriga-j
Ition Act," for the (listrict, consisting
' of  and  comprising   the   lands  herein- |
after described, that, is to say:      All
'and singular those certain parcels or
j tracts of  land  and  premises situat  .
1 lying and  being    in the    district of |
! New Westminster   and   province   of I
' British   Columbia,   more particularly
j known    and    described    as  lots  two
j hundred and tifiy-two (252), two Hundred and  fifty-three   (2B3),  two   hundred and fifty-nine (259), two hundred
and sixty (260), and four hundred and
twenty-seven   (427),    group   one  (1),
and  the   fractional   northeast   quarter
of section nine    Cil);    the fractional
south   east,  quarter   of    section   nine
(9);  the fractional north west  quarter of section nine (9); the fractional
south   wesi   quartei'  of    section   nine
(!));   the  fractional  south   easi   quarter of section ten (10);  the fractional south west quarter of section ten
(10); the fractional northeast quarter
of   section   three   (3);   the   fractional
north   west   quarter   of  section   three
(3); the fractional north east quarter
I-l).   I Indian res nvel ;
ami thn fractional south west quarter
of section sixteen (16), all in township nine (9) as shown on _,_ official
plan or survey of the said district
of N'ew Westminster and otherwise
known as "Barnston Island.'���
The said commissioners being authorized and Instructed to lake steps
to reclaim the said lands by dyking
the same and to clo everything
that lie may be necessary to carry
oul such work and lo maintain such
dykes as  may  be  constructed.
The district to be known as the
"Barnston  Island  Dyking  District."
The names of the propri ttors who
have selected the said commissioners
are: Ralph Charnley, Harvey Hicks,
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin Jay Thomson,
John LeLouvre, William Scott Walker. David Al 'Xander McKee, John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Daled this 22nd day of November,
A.  D.,  1909.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE,
46 Lorne Street,
New Westminster. B.C.
Solicitors  for  the commissioners.
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tenders are hereby called for the
clearing of a school site at Sapperton. Specifications may be seen at the
office of the Secretary of the School
Hoard, hot ween 10 and 12 a.m. and
3 and 4 p.m.
R. LENNIE,
Secretary  School  Board.
Vote
city.
for  Keary   and   safeguard   our
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eourne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAL	
HINDOO  FLOUR   ..   .
.$7.25 per Bbl-
.$6.75 per Bbl.
.$5.25 per Bbl-
. .$4.50 per Bbl.
Princeton, Dec. 11.���Radical chang-
i s in the football i   i Bystem al
Princeton and pai ticularly the i m-
ploymenl of a permam ni professional
coach, arc suggested i.i a statement
by Howard Henry, of th football advisory committee, given out here.
"It is an all year's job to turn oul a
successful football team," said Mr.
Henry. "The men musl be buiH up
in the gymnasium during the winter,
must have spring practice with some
regular idea of development, and then
must be coached along the same Une
when the season opens, A head
football coach should be a man who
can come to the univcisity for his
entire time *__*'. become the absolute
head of the football work."
THINKING VOTERS:
Remember W. H. Keary has had
eight years' experience as mayor; his
opponent is untried. Remember the
saving of the Schaake Machine
Works. Remember Westminster
owns the water frontage. VOTE
FOR  KEARY.
McQuarrie & Co
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
Westminster.
Telephone 333.
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"Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully re
freshing for bath or toilet. For wash
lng underclothing it is unequaled
Cleanses  and   purifies.
It Pays
You
i
Buffalo. Dec. 11.���John Lemm, tbe
Swiss wrestling champion, went on
with Frank Gotoh in the champion's
all-comers series here lasi night and
not hein gtbrown In IB minutes
Qotch's forfeit. This is
American debut,
won
Lemm's
Classified Advertisements.
FOR   SALE.
FDR SALE���LOTS ON SIXTH AVE-
ljue, on B.C.E.R. cutoff, 53 bj 128 to
lane: $660 each, $225 cash, balance
six, twelve an i eighteen months.
Apply 204 Agnes street,
TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS. WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TESTING.
FOR      SALE���OKANAGAN     POTA-
toes, best on the market.     Inquire
at   Hale   Bros.,     real     estate   Office,
E.  M. Smith. 	
LOST.
LOST���BETWEEN SIXTH AVENUE '���
and  Second  avenue,  on  Tenth St.,
gold    watch,    mother-of-pearl    face,
With gold  pendant   initialled  B.H.B. i
Finder  kindly  phone  430, or  leave j
here and obtain reward.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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Notice to Stock Owners
Hundreds of valuable horses and other live stock meet death
in this city and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and
other causes, and in consequence many thousands of dollars are lost
to the  owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by live stock insurance, which pays
for the  death  of an animal  from  any cause  whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one issuing
a policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full
particulars  whether you   insure or not.
ALPRED    W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
For scows, tow
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
l J. 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���
2  pounds   for    *1'00
 4.20
 $8.00
SELECTED EGGS���
3 dozen for *1-00
14-lb.  boxes
US-lb. boxes
PERRIN SODA BISCUITS���
Regular price 30, per tin 25c
ROYAL     HOUSEHOLD
FLOUR���
Five Roses, per sack
.$1.85
ROWAT'S SAUCE-
Per bottle 	
.10c
ROWAT'S PICKLES���
Large bottle 25c
Try Fader s Special Fresh Ground Coffee, 35c lb.
t J. FADER'S
ODD FELLOWS* BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
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MONDAY, DECEMBEb
SHORT SKIRTS NEED NOT    KINO EDWJUD VII IS
NECESSARILY BE IMMORAL
k TENANT FARMER
Chief   of    Police    Refuses   to   Censor j He Pays His Rent Quite the Same as
Them,  But  Will   Look   Into the
Salome Dances.
Citj     :        :   ���Shap ly
���  skirl    ft. own in B
ind  | ��� :.:..
��� - not  imi:    .    ���    acord-
r ..  '    ��� il  Police  '������      ...:".  ��'ho
' tke ap th   .
���  -'    I   leocil clubwomei     ���'���:.
many    children    Eire  being cor-
.  bj   cheap picture; of do
eter.
��� ' Woodruff admit-- : be intend
Into th<     tau mi nt  tl   I
e    ���      from tbe Thaw trial, the thrill-
i.\.     Thn     Weeks,"  and productions
of   the    "Salome"   danc-   are being
rn to children, bat  rei .-��� - I
i-  :���  ������    -������  ���-.'���    the    exhibitions i   ���
ly  of    dancine    girls    in
skirts.
Many Another Man, and  Raises
Good Sto:k.
London,    Dec.    10.���King    Ed       I
was  today  awarded  four  first  pi
for :..- th field cat
tle show.     t.     ani nent ol his
ty's    .-     bi   tghi    out tiie
fact   ������ Is nol ���      ..   known
it i-Clrse Edward i- a te
er,  not  a  landlord,  and  pays  ;i
sum   every   yeai   in   rent,  and
taxes for his holdii
_ ��� _i .-at or  cert._ic._te of lis  pen
Dg filed within such peerii
or  in  default  of    redemption   befo: ���
��� ition, you and each of y : wi
��� . ���-.-   esl  | ped   and   debai
setting di any claim to or in :
t of  the   said  land,  and  I   -
��� ���   Cl tries  Bradbury  as  owni
An'l I hereby ord- r
thai  pnl     iti d    ol    this notice  I
ys in a dai y new spa] ��� - |
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Land  Registry  I
Province of  Brit
ish Colum daj of N
:
C. S. KEITH.
District Ri Etfstl
To Jam* ' . ....
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STRIKING SWITCHMEN
Will  Meet  Railroads Conference Committee   and   Discuss   Matters
Today,
Vote  for     Keary  the   Royal     City's
long  tried   and  faithful   servant.
TENDERS.
Conference on Monday.
Chicago, Dec. 11.���Negotiations be-
tween the Railroads Confer'.-a . Com
mittee, representing the General
Managers' Association, and the
Switchmen's Committee will begin on
Monday at Chicago.
Washington, Dec. 11.���The switchmen's Btrike situation in the northwest i.s becoming embarrassing to the
wai department, and as a resull the
United Stales Attorney at .-��� '
has been conferred with by army offi"'! a with a view of obtaining ���
lief.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Ti :.-
den foi Quarantine Supplies," will be
received  up to noon of the  fifteenth
���lia' of Jan'.'.ry.  : ���:     _.,r supplies for
Quarantine Station.
The following supplies are    ������  lired
Coal;
Fire-wood;
Fish;
Groceries;
Hardware and ship chandlery;
.Meat;
Medical ston      Dd disinfectants;
I'nifornis.   and other    article- of
apparel:
Vegetables.
Forms may be obtained by application to    the Department of    Agrii ..-
ture, Ottawa   oi  to the    Medi   .. Superintendent   ti Quarantine.
The Department does not bind itself t'< acecepl the low..-; or .any ten-
'l. r,
Newspapers copying this advertise
��� ���       without authority from th.- De-
��� -.. Dl  '���'���ill not ':     paid
A. L. JARVIS,
Assistant Deputy Minister and
S ct   '    ���   ol Agriculture.
Ottawa. Canada, November 11, 19
l Royal
Standard
A Better
Flour
1909,
land Rti^^:
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LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Taki that an application has
bi en i     . tei   Cl irli -  Brad
bury as tl ���  in fee si   ;
di r a ta le de< d from T ���
��� I ' lerh of Burnaby to Charles Brad-
decided to report at 2 o'clock tomor- blu ' i^th day of
;'��'���'��� "��� ; tor duty as switchmen July, A. D : S, ol pilar
iri the Sl Paul terminals to go to J tl t cen i or tract ol land
work or. Monday morning rhi . thi nd premises sltuati lying and being
I ��� od lmportai ��� In the District of . ���'��� 'minster
the strike began.
First  Break in the  Line.
St.  Paul,  Minn., Dee.  11.���Between
20 and 30 striking trainmen on the
Omaha, Gre I Northern .and Northern
Pacific railroads, who met last night j
Royal Standa: ; - farther
because it is a better flour. It
makes better bread because it
is prepared by special ma
ery from carefully selected
wheal ensuring tl "��� ;��� highest Qua ity. ll Is not a '���
ble    product���in U   '������  -
formity it  is  unsu ;   ssed    Order a sack today,   md b   coned of its men--
And    remember���::.      buying
Royal Standard b   .    not < nlj
do you get the b*  "
posstl ���   ���      ��� tain   but      i alsc
ire I :-.-:.
coupon      entitling    you    to    a
.:. a hand- ::.���   1    -
Ina dinner set.      Ki ��� ;
all   the    coup
watch the paper    I      the winning numbers.
SINCE THE TENDENCY OF THE
HOLIDAY GIFT HAS TURNED
TOWARD THE UESFUL AS WELL
AS THE ORNAMENTAL WE DIRECT YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
DISPLAY   OF
Men's
Furnishings
BELIEVING THEM TO BE THE
MOST DESIRABLE OF REMEMBRANCES TO GIVE BOTH MEN
AND YOUNG MEN. MEN IN ALL
WALKS OF LIFE TAKE PRIDE IN
THEIR PERSONAL APPEARANCE,
AND ANY GIFT THT CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THEIR COMFORT
AND VANITY IS STRIKINGLY APPROPRIATE.
Why Not ?
Cravats
r for I
������ -    ��� - ���       Bilks, a
rich   .:. all   cole:.' - -
..  5.0c   up.
Why Not?
Suspenders
S uspei     '    -thai     r i        ind-
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50c to $������::
Why Not ? Shirts
e
���   ��� . .   gees ai
bosoms.   $1.00 to $2.00.
Why Not ?
Gloves
Gloves  for   stre. I        .   ��� ������-:,���
ing  wear, also    : ��� md
��� .:  .'������������       _l\ the wanl
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$1.00   to   $2.75.
Why Not ?
A Bath   Robe or
Smoking Jacket
Th-  e's nothi :. appre-
clal ���     ���
.,:
s from $3.50 to $15.00.
r ""MU* PACIFIC
BX. Const ...sajijjj;
FROM VANCOUVER
To   '.. toria���1 ,
To Alaska-: '     P-m.
ro   Queen ���'��� P-o.
emi ������''-Nov.
' > T' Como, t.
day  .and Thn 2 ���" I"��
I day. I:   ; - Pm ; Mon.
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FROM  NEW   .:-    :���.���.,,T
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Westi . ^
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HEMLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER, b. C,
Telephone 13.
Office. E jhth St
The   Extension   Question.
Ini   tl   0   Dec. 11.       ���   ther 0
r hmen'i '
���   wrlll   t.a   exti
- rn jind s')i.'-:,f-rri railroads wlll b
f . ���  :    it thi    mi ��� ':���
Ti  d( -   Union   leadi i
:    tl   Plttsb ,::-  fo::iru'-ncing
next  Monday.
and    de-   ;
:���, - ihdivision   ^i
,t 2'j, Group !.    |
W. H. Keary is the man who has
placed O'Jr city on a better financial
footing   than   it   ever   enjoyed   before.
Ince of Britis.i Columbia, !B
more    particularly    kno
L ts 15 and 1
.' :       a 2. of part of Lot
Vou and those 'iaiming through or
you  and  all   person,  claiming
anj  Interest in the said land by virtue  of  any  unregistered  Instrtunenl
and all persons claiming any Interesl
in  the  saJd  land  b_   desc< it,  '���'���
: ol  reglsteri d   indi -  the provision    of thi   "Lan I   Registrj   Act,
are n    tired t.        the claim of
the 1        purchas       ������.���������      forty-fi1 ���
from the date of i Ice of
ipon you, and In default
MANUFACTURED   BY
���1
if
NO AND
GRAIN CO., Lid.
VANCOUVER,      B.     C-    ���'
MERCHANDISE BONDS���They can be filled in for
any amount you wish to give, redeemable by recipi-
ent    n goods of his or  her own  selection.
ID & CO.
\ The Ladies' Mecca at Xmas Time
I
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New W. stminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
iPRING     LAVE.     CHOICE   MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Marts
Oorner EUhU Bt. art   r.P.b km*.
PHONE  170.
��� OWELL A ODDr. frocnttt"*
We Claim the Distinction
of Being Leaders in Men's
Furnishings
and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
buyers:
���r.-y-^y^'^.
SMOKING JACKETS
PYJAMAS
BATH ROBES
SHIRTS
FANCY ARM BANDS
GLOVES
COAT   SWEATERS
HANDKERCHIEFS
FANCY  HOSE
VESTS
SUSPENDERS
MUFFLERS
CRAVATS
1V1C
ion
Day
AT THE
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
A large and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
aX^-sazEassEssnasH
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR    MEN
STERLING  GOODS
See Our Stock of
TOILET SETS, MANICURE SETS, CARD CASES, CIGARETTE
CASES, CIGAR CASES, MATCH BOXES, BRUSHES, WHISKS, SHAVING   SETS,   ETC.
THESE  GOODS ARE  ALL  SUITABLE  FOR XMAS PRESENT8.
LADIES: Whether you are able to exercise your franchise or not
you are m no way debarred from participating in this extraordinary
sale of
Imported Flannelette Nightwear
Two numbers only and just 12 dozen of each.
[>.*i$
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
80LE AGENTS LONOINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
No. 1
No. l���Ladies' Nightdress, of Imported English .flannelette In
white or pink, full sine. we]| made and trimmed with Torchon Lace;  regular Mice |1.50. Elected for sale, Monday, each
mmm* ���������  mo.  - $1.00
No. 2
No. 2���Better quality in soft white or pink English Shaker
Prilled Front. Collars, cuffs and front trimmed with H"6
Nottingham Torchon; well worth $2.00 each. Monday's sub'
price, each .��. ���������������.��� ��*������������ ��� $1'25
The materials used in these are worth the money.
i*-.ni MON
DAY,   DECEMBER   %   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Citizens of New Westminster!
Man
Has Done
uc
or
ew
fe*
stminste
Vote for W. H. Keary who secured for us the waterfront.
Vote for W. H. Keary who stayed by the Royal City
through adversity. "Adversity makes men, prosperity makes monsters."
Mayor Keary has always proved himself a just man and
one tenacious of purpose.   Vote for Keary.
Vote for the man who has helped to upbuild our city.
Vote for W. H. Keary who during the past year has done
so much for us.
Vote for Mayor Keary and the rapid completion of Columbia Street.
Vote for Mayor Keary in whom everyone has confidence.
Vote for W. H. Keary and protect your interests.
Vote for W. H. Keary and a still greater New Westminster.
Vote for Mayor Keary, a master of tact and diplomacy.
Vote for Keary
and Let Him Finish His Work
PAGE SEVEN.   ' "
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MONDAY,   DECEMBER  ���
So come and choose
from our limited
line of crockery
and glassware. Re- w
member, Christ-II
mas prices encour *
age Christmas giv-||
ing and this is going to be a " cleanup " sale of crockery. It is policy to
make vour select-
ion early.
We have also an
extra fine line of j
Christmas grocer-;
ies of every description and it is the
varietv that makes
_j
our stock popular.
You can count it
good if Adams sells
it*
Also dont forget
that this is the Big-
Store filled with
Little Prices.
! | City News
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J  ;.: (Flora ne Dav.--
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See our stock of Cake Tint,
Meat Choppers, Cake Boxes.
Bread Boxes. Fiour Cans, in
fact many ether useful articles
in the culinary  line.
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet.Berated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toi et ponders for infants  or adu ts.
T. k. MUIR I CO.
E'lard Block.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
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Owing  ���    -���������::-    " day  '
meeting    f thi       in .   wil   :���    hi
nexi be oi
mber 2      inless it is called
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SJ u in   M .-   Bat    'phi :.- I- 15, ci:;-
Carnations  galore  at  Tidy';   fl
a 737 Colombia   s.treet     Phone
L184.
The  local   councdl  of    women  will
mi ��� ���  this afternoon in  the board c
trade  rooms    in  the  city  hail.      A-
this is tbi   last mi ���:::..    I  the J ��� -
a  full   attendance  is  requeste-d.
Corni   '.'���-:      evening to Qu- ��� i
I i  :   A. E
Hetherlngton's     . lecturer���
:��� -    Iptivi    bistori
Little damage was done in th-
by   the  heavy  rains  of    Friday  and
Saturday.      Since the deluge of two
-   :_.���--.   which   prov      Bo  disas-
���       - ���    U ���     Itj   .- . ���    s. the board of
:  to all the  '
poins  in   the drainace    system  then
sterday   i
; ���    ��� I itsell     ..'��� :    oping
'��� .'     thi   floods.
T  -   -������ .:.-           ��� , ed  in
rterd go of 80 toi
"7      ma pi ast< consigned to Gil
��� ;���   Bi   -
Your box in a safet.   I ;
Is a privati      (       N
11   but yourself.      Ai sides, i'
safe and   that   i
ethii     ���     you
.   i sn t one oi
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:
T. R.    Pears
22*
The Kind of an Umbrell
You Want is Here
THE   ONLY   KIND   OF  AN   UMBRELLA  TO  BUY   IS THE  KIND    THE    "OTHER    FELL
HOPING YOU WILL LOSE.
-���.',
WE
PERHAPS  YOU'VE   HAD   EXPERIENCE   WITH    UMBRELLAS   THAT   YOU   WERE    GLAD
LOSE���THEN   YOU'LL   APPRECIATE  ONE OF OURS.
WE   HAVE   UMBRELLAS   IN   COTTON���THEY'RE   GOOD,   RAINPROOF      ARTICLES
HAVE   'EM   IN   COTTON   A N D SI LK, ALSO  I N ALL SI LK���TH E Y'R E    AS    GOOD    AND    HAND
AS  ANY   MADE.    A  GREAT   VARIETY  OF   HANDSOME   NEW   EFFECTS    IN    HANDLES   FOR   MEN
AND WOMEN  NOW READY.   MANY   BEING   ESPECIALLY   ATTRACTIVE   FOR   HOLIDAY   PRESEN
TATION.
A    LARGE    ASSORTMENT   FOR   CHILDREN,   TOO���ALL   LITTLE   PRICED.
YOU'LL   5E   DRY   UNDER  ANY   UMBRELLA  YOU   BUY   HERE���WE     WARRANT     THAT-AND
AS  A  G!-T  NOTHING  COULD   BE   MORE   PRESENTABLE.
&   Ready With Thousands of Christmas Handkerchiefs
All Prices 5c up to $2.00
w
'���
��� THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
ITESTMfNSTEfl MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A Practical School for
Practical People.
No   other   school   in   Canada���we
: do   exceptions���gives    lu fi"-
broad    and compi
(-..���-���      - ��� tion, 8 ���' .   abun-
d       prepai ati n  fo    the  Berio i
tie* ' I   Ifi       I   ��� ��� too food for
jo y
Day  and  Night     8 hool      Call  or
write foi parttculai
A.  L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
We Oive Careful Attention
to rem
_ _        Wl.
~ " Whiles & Co., city.
MERRITNEW & RAMSAY;
for ..
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FIT riNG
Also  General   Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���jfflee Thone iss.     Barn 'Phone 13/
Columt.a   Street
Bagicage    iellverea    promptlj    to
any  part or tne dtJ
L'ght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is herebj piven that I Intend to apply ai the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for tim City of
Now Westminster for a renewal of
license to soli liquors by retajl on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
cornei Clarkson, in the said City of
Now Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov, 15. l'JOO.
nts, at 2
I ol retui
.��� .    . On S
lay an i
ng in tbe cil
lng.     Trips y -     ���
s the boslni
I dan
R e ;_
Ht Socii |
In '  ���   Sl   Georgi
at timi   i
1   Tl e cono rt progran
menced at ,S  < - -     p     A
banquet wrill be held at 9:30, followed
by dancii    at 11 o'cloi
Jiio.- iy will pn ������ lay in
ty court chambers and will be
: upon to beai some eleven applications, providing the applicants
are present. Tomorrow the regular
court list will be taken up and datM
set for trials.
J. H. Todd's music store will be
open every evening until 9 o'clock
from now on until Christinas.
Tomorrow evening an Illustrated |
lecture entitled "Eight Hundred Miles
by Saddle and Canoe Through New
Caledonia���Northern B, C." will be
given by Prof. A. B. Hetherlngton of
Columbian College at Queens avenue
Methodisi  church.
ror     Sunday   at
Columbia  street.
Uj accounts of corporations, firms and
indi-.: nd shall  be  pleasi d  to
met ���  ��� ���   ' :  with  those who
contemplate makli \ cl anges or open-   ������	
Ina new accoui ti
if yon haven't a Saving!  Account, NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
NO'. best time to i tart one.    , 	
Chrysanthemums
Tidy';,  florist store.
Phone L1S4.
J. II. Lyne,    224    Eleventh street,'
Phone    R190.        Supplies    live    and
dressed fowls at shortest notice.
The  swing span   of  tin   new  Lulu
island bridge will be tested tomorrow
for the fii si time. Tha work was practically   completed   on   Saturday   and
Engineer Fairbee madi- a thorough in-
! Bpectlon. The motoi   v. hich later will
bridge is  control  the swing hag   uol   yei   been
vehicular  \u tailed, and the work for a time at
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Paid up Capital  Stock.   . ..$ 4,914.000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total   Assets $61,046,000
New   Westminster,  B.   C.   Branch,
P.  SHUTE.   Manager.
English Watchmaker
Tlie condition of the ol
not .considered    safe    for
traffic, and the public generally are leasl will be done by hand On Wed-
caution d agalMt hauling loads or nesday providing no'delaya occur the
any kind over It. BWing of the old bridge will be float-
Persons continuing to do so after ,,| ,,u wiih the high tide even ef-
this notice must take all the risks ou fort being made to open 'the North
'lvf;s Ann channel as soon as possible.
By order.
City   Hal!
23rd, 1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
New  "Westminster,
l-'or fresh-berried holly and Christ-
July  mas ines phono Davies' greenhouse,
' telephone  R208.
Gold WatC-iei for Latll-s from 11275
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    oj^en face
96.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case,
���7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltharn   and     Klgin
IWatchvs.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*, Grocer
~V_-_____________.._.;._ ._k_Qi__m:'
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 S750.00 each.    Terms.
Six lots on Seventh Avenue near Twelfth Street
carline$375,OOeach.   Terms.
One lot near Eighth Street, (cleared) $800.00.
Terms.   Apply���
F. J. HART & CO.,Ltd.
Hand'exer:^ e's    in   holiday
cuantities     toe   ...     for     e/,e
have  thousands  to  mee-   -
demand   of    XT.as    buyers���
the     argest    a:ie_j
we ever h.2d.
PLAIN
Ll
.:' -
10c. 121-2C
15c, 20c. 25c, 50c.
i' \.HC. - Ri (SSBAR MUSLIN   HANI             HIEFS,   in
a   wide   tela ::  itii
    25c, 35c
FINE   LAWN   AND   MUSLIN        ���: IND       .CHIEFS,
    20c, 25c, 35c
PURE
HANDKERC1
���
fi
 6-<c.  7 |   ..
FANCY
CHIEI
trimn ed wi
-
W^\
Neckwear for Christmas G fts
[ere
'les
y The  Rea! Swell Things are He
'���^/���/      in a Thousand Different Style;
Pleasing ideas in Muslin Jabots. Hand-Made Chiffon and Lace Collars, Muslin and Linen Embroidered Collars, Silk Mufflers. Fancy Scarfs.
Automobile Scarfs and Scarfs for evening wear. The largest collection
we've ever had and the best values to pick from. Come now and you'll
have   the   choicest.     Prices   range   from 20c to $3.00
Extraordinary Values in
Women's and Misses' Coats
A FEW INTERESTING FEATURES.
WOMEN'S COATS, in hroadcloths, kersey and wide
vale diagonals. Black cloth coats trimmed with fancy military braid, satin hand;- and Jei buttons, high collar and
lined to the waist.    Special  today   $24.50
Brown, navy, myrtle and taupe broadcloth coats, 38 to is
inches long, Bemi-fltting backs, Some with fancy S1 "-
strapping, others with tubular satin  trimmings.    Price '""
day only $17.50 and $22.50
MEN'S    POPLIN   NECKWEAR���Fancy    figured    Poplins,
new  shape,  two-toned effect, In shades of hrown. egrey.pur-
le. cardinal, navy, olive, reseda, myrtle, black and  while,
sold elsewhere at ~bf.    Price only    60c
DE NNI SON'S CHRISTMAS SEALS, TAOS AND LABELS, Santa Claus designs, appropriate and artistic. Per
package        20c and 25c
Beautiful Xmas
Umbrellas
THN    DOZEN   '  '      AS
silk and wool uml
sorted handles   Special $1-30
WOMEN'S   EBON"
die, silk and  wool
patent  bulb  rum
only, each    *2,2:>
WOMEN'S   KAN'
die,   with  gold  and  i
of-pearl trimming
wool   covers.     Sp< d
today,  each   	
"DIRECTOIRE"   UMB
l.,s.   long    Btralghi    '
handles,    gold    and
mountings.      Prices
 $3.50 to $9. ^
SII.K   COVERED   ' ���
las.   will,    gold,    -
mother-of-pearl
and      trimmings
each  $<-50 to $1=>00
MEN'S TWILL-COVl
Spring     umbrellas,    natural
WOOd  handles. $1-00 to S'-3
nbrel-
M ION'S KINK SILK
wool and pure silk llMl1
las. natural wood. B0,��
mounted and horn ll;1"'' '.���
Prices    $2.50 to $3.3��
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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