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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
II iff ATTACKS     'l��mo sleigh mmmm
Of. ADMIRATION      lMsm m      AS NATIONAL PORT
Insists That All is Not as it
Should Be at City Hall-
Offers to Right Things.
warm
meeting in
lasl   night,
man,
All
iril
Tliere \viis    a
iyrli     hall,    Sapperton,
um D      \. Lee, one o fthe mayoralty
candidates, opened  up his campaign,
and [01  ilu-    first  time    publicij   ex-
views uu the different Is-
1    ' ,. fori   the electors.     The chair-
Lid   Sandy Garret, and  the
I candidi te   himself,    let ii  be  understood iim1    no one    bui  themselves
i spected to make a speech, bul
Kearj   was there ana the au-
Insisted on bearing him.     Mi ���
Itated,  bul   finally  cnosented
hal the mayor had io say.
Good Attendance,
the siais iii tho hall were lilh'd
residents ot Sapperton and
supporters ol both men trom the re-
Ii i  ,,i    the lity. who    were all
^ell repaid tor turning oul  h..   bear-
ood speeches Horn both the can-
Chairman Garret gave a lengthy ln-
torj   : i" ech, criticising all the
ns of    the  preseni   council  and
lng thai tin- mayor was respon-
tor it all.     He drew a dark pi'
iu i the condition oi the citj   un-
VI ay or w< arj's administration, In-
:iiiu that some    oi    the monej
which had been Benl   here after the
greal  Bre had disappeared in a mys-
ti iious  nianm i,      The  wati r  in  Co-
i   lake  had    been   polluted   bj
the   work  ol   tin    Vancouver   Power
pany, and the city electric light
building that '.he citj  had once been
'id "i bad been sold for Bcrap
i 'i'   Coquitlam lake had been
;��� al bj  the Almighty to supply
river valley with the pur-
������ i  ten the continent and per-
.. the world.
"We want  a  man for  mayor  who
terest of the city at heart.'
i j," said a \"iii- from the
���   halli      Speaking of four
.   candidates toi   Sapperton,
man  thought  that  three ol
hi  in retire and make cer
tali      getting one man  in.      "Why
.   slay   in   the   council   yotir-
l an inaulsith e voter, but
l' xciting  the speaker the re-
r mark bore no fruit
John A.  Lee.
.Lee gave an excellent speech,
ire with the r, c ird of the
ell    rather than    with any
ive policy of hia own.      He
-a the effeel thai all he had to
Id be ln  the Interest  ol  the
N'ew Westminster and would
Irelj   tree    from    all  personal
foi   personally  he had  great
i   the  preseni  mayor.      He
d May,ir Keary to be pres-
meeting    ln the Opera
���'   Friday, but  he did not  ex-
���ei speak al the meeting now
���iel or at the one in St.  1! ir-
labas' hall on Wednesday night. The
I "i had the same opportunity
'ontinued   on   Page  Pour).
Miss   Laura   Lavery   Sustains   Painful
Injuries   to   Her  Ankle���Companion   Uninjured.
J
EXPRESS CO. ARRANGES
FOR PARCEL DELIVERY
Oxfc.ici   County   Officials   Accused   ocf
Accepting Bribes From Tendering Contractor.
i  outcome  of    the complaint
",:i(|1   by j.  B.  Kennedy  at  the last
��� ei   the board   of trades, the
.   bas been  making Inquiries
express parrels delivery in
Hi,   city.
"' found thai the express compan-
ll's pn   Ided a tree delivery  and col-
ol  parcels  within  the  limits
id    by  Fifth    avenui' on    the
Twelfth avenue on the  wi st,
and Li ipold place on the east.   Out-
'   limits and within the city
trrangements have been made
the  express  companies  ami
*eew Westminster parcel delivery
''"'"I "".v by which collections and de-
l!'":        Will   be   made     at   a   regular
���   Of charges.
secretary of the board of trade
1 ' ��� celpt of a letter from J. W.
McCallum, secretary of the Matsqut-
B"n board, thanking him tor the
fff0��a uf the local men in trying to
induce the V., V. & E. to extend Us
1,1 Huntingdon. It will be '���'-
'"���red that Mr. Wade and Mr.
held a long consultation about
subject with N. K. Nixon, the
commissioner, when he was
week or so ago.
Bide
limits
between
tbe X,
li
man
Lee
this
I llil'..;
here
a
A Fine Calendar,
lave received  a copy
���
';"1'"' I  Text Calendar
lished by n
Ont.       it
sheetB
of "The
 for 1010, pul��-
S.  Hallman  of    Berlin,
contains    thirteen    large
beautifully printed in  colors,
""Pended from a silk cord.     Each
Silent
except the cover contains
'��" of  a Hii.i 	
"r   'itch dav  tn   th__  month,  and  at
i de-
text
ie  with
., day   in   the
,,"' '��wer end ot the sheet a calen-
..'," 1'"" the month in large figures.
"',' Publisher desires an active agent
" each county or city to s-Ml the oal-
"""'��� Price 26 cts each; sample
py an<l prices to agents, 15 cts.
Miss Laura Lavery, secon I da
ter of A. l.. Lavery, ol this ci
confined to the house at the pri
time suffering from a badly spra
and crushed ankle, the result oi
lirsi coasting accident of th pi ei ���
winter.
Miss Lavery, in com!' ��� . with I
Thelma Innsley, was coai ting do\* n
Sixth street when the a, cldeni
cun ed. The sii Igh v ich was traveling at considerable spee i, had j i i
reached the corner ol A| nes streei
when one of George Adams dell\ i i j
rigs crossed the Btreet. Neither the
driver ol the iiu nor the two young
ladies mi the sli'igh bad time to do
anything to a\ old the col ii: ion ai d
the sleigh crashed hea II into thi
hack wheel ni the rig. .Miss Lavery.
who was seated In front, goi her fool
caught between the wheel and the
from of the sleigh, an i when exti I-
cati d num the wreck ��a found to
be suffering from a badly injur, d
ankle. Miss Innsley escaped with a
had  shaking  up.
Miss Lavery will bo cnoflned to the
house for some time to come.
- Considerably Better
iim   to   This   Position
Than Vancouver.
WINTRY WE4THER
GRIPS THE SOUTH
ORIENTAL MILL HAMS     [WRECKED ENGINE HAD
MM WORK FBH POLICE j
Tha
aii     t.|
s  ui   Vancouver  in
attei   > :   i .(ng established as a
port of Ni'u
advantages
Westminster
.mil none oi
the
n.i-
EADIES TAKE HAND
IN CIVIC ELECTIONS
Have Not As Yet Taken Any
Sides But Are Planning a
Course of Action.
I'ri sent indications are that the
women ot New Westminster who an
on the bouseholdi rs' and prop rty-
owners'   lists   will   this  year  tak,    full
 tage of    tin   powei'    which thi
franchise gives them. Just whai
line the ladies will take In the course
of the present elections is not cei
tain; their efforts will, however, be
directed toward making the Royal
city a city of homes In the tulles!
sense of the term, and they will support those of the candidal b for civic
nonors whom th... consider to b<
working to make New Westminstei
a good place to live In. Whethei
they will definitely come oul In support Of any particular candidates is
not yet d< cided.
Meeting   Yesterday.
Yesterday afternoon a number of
the lady electors met in tlie old Odd
Fellows' ball for the purpose oi healing an address by Mrs. Janus Cunningham. No action was taken al
the meeting, but another, at which It
is probable some resolutions will be
passed will be held on Saturday al
2:30 at the residence of Mrs. G.
Small.
The address delivered by Mrs. Cunningham   yesierday   was   as   follows:
The word city comes from the idea
of a  citadel  or  stronghold.
Tho feudal cities ol long ago were
strongholds of militarism, where the
people gathered in time of war, and
often H happeneu tnat two rival cities would tight earn other. Then
the government or franchise of the
city was rightly vested in tlie men.
who had to risk their lives in iis defence.
But these times ale pasl and our
modern cities have become strongholds of indiisirialisin and of education. They do noi now.feat enemies
ami rivals from without, their problems oi  governmenl being solelj   in-
ternal.
Today the foes of a cii.. aie unsanitary housing, poisonous sewage, contaminated water, infant mortality,
lhe   spread   of   Contagion,   adulterated
food, impure milk, juvenile crime, unwholesome crowding, the social evil,
drunkenness,  gambling and  a host ot
other wrong conditions.
To light these evils Uie good men
and women must combine their forces because there aie oremles within
ihe community who are a menace to
its safety. There are those who
grow rich upon the impoverishing
vices of their customers. The close
affiliation between the barroom ana
the social evil is notorious,
A  secret circular was sent
the Brewers' and   Wholesa'-
Deah'ts'  Association
every retail liquor
when the
��� came  apparent   yesti  -
win n   i .   ll.   Stuart    Wad,.   Ila
���    e      j   oi   tbe  board  of  tradi .   ri
.  from c. w. Stephens)
'lie presldem  of the  Montreal  board
imissioners.   The lettei
is iii ieplj to mu' seiu trom here 'l"
the rei i aglta ian arising oul
ni the attempl oi Vancouver tu la:
claim tu the noi th arm i>i the Frasei
river.
Unity   of  Ownership.
Vancouvei has abandom ,i hei pre
tensions in Ihis respect, and a ooii-
plated protest from the local
board agalns the usurpation of the
h arm v. i.i ol coursi not ha sent,
hut the lettei- from Montreal makes
inten sting reading,   lt saj.  in part:
"1 i e nationalization m a porl can
only happen where ihe entire investment creating the port i< supplied by
the national or fedi ral authority, and
iis immediate benefits come from 'lie
unitj ol ow uership and its ne utral
character, whereby every railway
company, everj steamship company,
every    merchant,   manufacturer   and
User   of   Ila-   purl   gels   lhe   sa'lle   '.re.it-
nieiii. In contras to a pen ha: a n >��� d
with vested interests or corporate
monopoly, Montreal is a national
pm i in every respect, the entli e own:
eiship oi' in,- paii throughoul thirty-
six miles oi river front bein \
in ihe peopie. and nm a single vesti "
illlee-ast      111.   il     One     elld* tll     till'     Otl
-.villi   ship   and   railway   service    eu I-
trolled  h>   tiie pen  authoritj  and all
],i i\ Iligi >    undei    t be    san;,    %o\ ei :i-
lliellt.
City  Mus: Own Wharfs.
"The Important thini la ee have
all your rlvei an.l ocean fron
wilhin the limits of ine port from
high-water mai t a' Bnt .1 an | own id
by the port allium ity, then your poi '
development can take place without
the necessity of purchai lng trom in-
en   ts already established."
It will be seen from this the difficulty that encountered the ambitious
Vancouver authorities. The fact that
the C. P. K. owns most of the water-
in,i;i there, and that it is not in the
habit of giving away acres ii wharf-
agi . probably assisted the Vancouver
board m trade in deciding against
ihe proposed harbor commission.
The iaii that New Westminster
proved her prior claim to the north
ana ni the Fraser may also have
helped some
ver.
to  discourage
PRESENCE OF ROYALTY
FAVORED THE STRIKE
a
out by
Liquor
01    Oregon   to
store in the state
woman Btiffrage amendment
was   pending.       This   will   f��*   g*
the attitude of these induces to the
,imm. makers of then  state
knew that if the women had
their   business   would    BUner.
&V^K-�� ���-"���""'"'
"TY lake see.  ��'-' '<> dete"
woman  suffrage.
"That  means    that
must himself bring
election day. get 25 votes,
he  has   his
his landlord, his
vote
The
every retailer
In 25    votes on
"Every  retailer    can
Besides   bis     employees,
grocer, his butcher.
i        (Continued" on Page Three).
Paris, Dec. 7.���i'ataud, the secretary of the Electricians' Union of Paris, recalled attention to his existence
this evening at Hie gala performance
of "Faust" given in honor of King
Manuel of Portugal,
After the third act the workmen in
charge of the electric lights crossed
their arms and refused to continue
till the opera house managers promised i'ataud thai the pay of the men
would In
hind the
those in
lowed to
suit of a
directors
demands ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
reeded, without Manuel or the fashionable audience being aware of the
nature of the trouble.
The prolonging of the Intermission
hy   twenty   minutes    was  not   considered extraordinary, as such Incidents
are common in  Pal is theatres.
Mine.
increased. 'lhe lights he-
scenes were cul out, hut
front of the house were al-
remain burning. As a re-
hasty consultation the opera
compiled with th.' strikers'
and the    performance pro
STRIKERS THREATEN TO
BATTLE WITH TROBPS
Bloodshed   is    Feared   at
Ohio,   Where   Tinplate
Are Out.
Bridgeport,
Workers
Charlestown, W. Va.. Dec. 7.���In ��
telegram to G .vornor Glasscock today Governor Harmon of Ohio W��
he has been informed that some "l
the strikers and strike sympathizers
at Bridgeport, Ohio, have planned to
congregate on Fpper Wheeling Island
on the West Virginia side of the Otno
river, and from there to open fire on
the Ohio militia that is stationed at
Bridgeport.
Governor Glasscock has taken up
the matter with th�� sheriff of Wheeling, who is investigating. The commanding officers have been ordered
to keep in touch with their companies to be ready to move on short notice. , i ,
The plants of the Atnerlcan Sheet
and Tinplate company did not resume
operations yesterday, as reported they
would. There are about 1501) state
troops here.
Oregon and California Are
Experiencing the Worst
Storm in Years.
Si ittle, Dec. 7. Snov storms, ac-
ee:, panii i .... high winds and low
ten i'e latuie a. prevailed this morning
tin ' iter extent o. the Pacific
coast. In this city snow began tail
i... , ai lj in ihe iiiiii ning. following a
oi   extremelj   higu   wind,   ami
,.. :a���e|| tl.a ground W aa I'UVel 111 W 1, ll
.1    light     fall    el     IlaRe'S.
Blizzard  at   Portland.
A blizzard struck Poruanu about 3
o'clock yesterdaj afternooon ami continued    with    lessened     llii.lisil.      Ilws
morning,  six  inches  ol   Bnow   having
iailell. The damage wrOUgUI la the
Cit)    alal    lia     WillaiUI lie   Valley    I      I
timated al several thousand dollars.
All the teli phone ana telegraph win b
io  ihe south  ale  down,     i he   storm
Seems In be general over Oregon as
well as a great"* portion Ol Washington.
In Portland the stoi tn is the sevei ���
eat experienced in yeara and streel
car service today is ali bul tied up.
The weather bureau predicts thai tie'
temperature will rise todaj aad thai
ie 'i row normal conditions will prevail.
Reports from California shew an
unprecedented snowfall, is Inches
being recorded throughoul Sh., I i,
Trinity ami Siskiyou counties. Ta,
wind came up yesterday evening and
the snow- was reported las' night tn
lie di ifi ing badly. Railroads as well
as : ta| i .,a : will be hamper,',! by
the drills.
Southern   California.
Frmo southern California comes n
l���ei,s ni unusually cold weather,    ai
Los  Angeles  yi   terdaj   I i    ti nipi ru
nue   dropped   to  a   maxi num  ol   IB
degrees and a minimum i    it. which
is said In he the elides, d lj ia tll il
cily   lor  32  ..ears.
Pasadena ami Redlands report! d i
temperal ure of 37 degrees.
Mount Wilson is c ivere i with ti .
inches of snow and Moun I.owe bIx
Inches. In man nlaces orchardists
foughl the frost witn sm idgi a all last
night.
Cold at Dawson.
Dawson. Yukon, reports a temperature ot 40 ch igi i es below zero almost constantly tm the past Mini
weeks. This weather is unprecedented for so early in the season up
tliere.
Czarina Loses  Memory.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 7.--Letters
from Llvidia, tne summer residence
of the Czar in the Crimea, which
reached Sl. Petersburg today, gave
unsatisfactory news about the delicate heaiib of tin   Czarina.
lt is said tbal her neurasthenia
sometimes produces such absence of
mind Unit she does not recognize her
friends or lhe servants. She is
haunted, too. by au Indescribable
fear.
POLITICIANS   FIGHT"
DUEL   WITH   PISTOLS
St. Petersburg, Dec. 7.���Count Dva-
roff, a former member of the Octo-
hrist party, and Alexander Goutch-
knil', leader ol the Octoblist majority
lu tbe present Douma, fought a duel
with pistols al 26 paces on the outskirts or St. Petersburg today. The
Count was slightly wounded in the
shoulder by the shoi of QoUtchkofl.
The Counl   lired in the air.
Count I'varoff. it was announced
two weeks ago. had left Inr Llvldla
iu order to challenge Premier Stolypin to light a duel over smite political differences. in the meantime
ihe Count's seconds bad notified
Ci.utchkolT's thai theii principal desired satisfaction against lii111 also.
Goutchkoff gave tha nei' Bsary satisfaction today.
POLICE WILL SHOOT
AVIATORS ON SIGHT
Russia    is    No    Place    For   the   Flying   Man���New  Edict  Puts  End
to the Sport.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 7.���An Imperial edict published today forbids the
Hying of any airship of any description within a radius of ten miles of
St. Petersburg, or near any fortifications ln RusBla. Venturesome avla-
toi'B who trespass this edict will be
shot  without  warning.
Thus the Czar puts the official taboo on aviation. The new science
has never found favor in Russia, and
various repressive measures regarding It have been adopted.
Only two cases required the attention of Magistrate Pittendrigh yesterday morning. One man was separated from $2.50 and costs for being
drunk and a citizen was fined $5 and
costs for an infraction of the fire bylaw. He had been placing hot ashes
ln a dangerous place.
head
war-
Another Assault Case at Fraser River
Mills���Police Will  Make Example
if They Catch Assailant.
Two Sikhs, employed at the Pra
lib,, i    .Mills,  gol   into  a   Bcrap  JI Btei -
day.   which   resulted   in   one   01   them
having   his   head   spill   open   h>   the
other.
The   num   with   the   damaged
e aha    min   tOW 11   alal   SWOl'e  oui   a
rant   ior   his  assailant's  arrest,
Constable  Gammon   Imuu diately ���
Iel      the    scene. 1.11,       111 ���     llil.'   ,^,1
Sown. When iia constable -,- Apnere
the assailant had departe J&ithoul
lea\ inc. his address. PcoikS* ai tin
mill thought that he bad likelj gone
to Vancouver, bul they were net certain.
He is now keeping company with
Hill Miner ami the missing link
somewhere ia tiie never, never land.
where strong men with blue coats
are  strangers.
It is though lhat Ihe injure,] man
is uol hurt seriously, bin crimes of
this nature are becoming s,, in quent
ihat ihe authorities win make ever)
efforl to land their man and make an
example of him.
Evidence at Inquest Into G.
N. R. Wreck Shows Engineer Could NotSeeRoad.
Thi
ih
V
i^'SI
in connection with
���^
Vote  for  Mayor  Keary  and  a
did water supply at small cost.
spi en
LACK Of FUNDS
TROUBLES GOVERNMENT
Supporters of English Budget May Not Contest All
Constituencies.
London. Dec. V.���The campaign
e rows better e\ery day. Mi. Balfour
ibe Conservative leader, is still confined to bis bed wiiii Influenza and
cold, his customary tailing, bin bis
p.n i> organization is like thai of the
Radicals, working al fever hen'. Ton
loads of alluring leaflets anl cartoons
are iu preparation Everything points
to iin niii' i.'si and niosi determined
Bght since the home rule election of
L885.
'lwo factors which ate bound to
have a dominating effect are the lack
of party funds. Mr. Henderson, M-
p.. chairman of the Liberal party, in
the bouse oi' commons admits that he
is bound to withdraw candidates li"
cause he is unprepared with ibe nee
essary money. This will sine some
Liberal seats from a three-cornered
light. The nationalists are believed
to he similarly crippled to such an
extenl that it is declared If the tariff
reformers put up candidates in many
nationalist seats the party will he
brought to the verge of bankruptcy.
The Radicals are waiting anxiously
for Friday's great ministerial gathering in Albert hall, when it is hoped
Premier Asqulth will devise some
policy against the lords wliich will
bring tlie party enthusiastically into
line. At present even the leaders are
at variance. ll is believed the ab-
sue In Lloyd-George's and Churchill's
recent speeches ot definite proposals
against tbe lords was due to Asquith's
veto. The rank aud file of Radicalism fiercely demands the abolition of
tbe lords. They aro quite ready to
see England become a on., chamber
country.
The body of Dennis F. King, the
young man who died at the Koyal
Columbian hospital -,i week ago. was
taken back easi today by his brother.
The remains will be burled at Clay,
Virginia, Ibe old family   home.
GRAFT CHARGES APPEAR
IN GOOD OLD ONTARIO
Woodstock, Ont., Dec. 7.���Some
startling statements were made todaj
at the Investigation bj Countj Judge
Pitlkle IntO the ch,ogee ul graft i"
connection with the adiniijisii ation
of oxioui countj mills, .las. Vance
agent for the Hamilton Bridge i'o..
swore be paid t'has. Sutherland,
reeve of Last Zorra ami chairman ol
the good roads committee of tbe
county council, fifty dollars for accepting Vance's tender ol $3050 for a
steel bridge for Woi vei ton, Sutherland positively denied getting any
money.
.lames L. Thayer, of Aylmer, general agent tor the .1. 1. Casa Threshing Machine Co.. told an astonishing
story Implicating T. Buchanan, who,
until two years ago, was ingersoll's
representative of the county council. He said Buchanan demanded
$400 from the company being half
the commission on two steam rollers
which the good roads committee purchased for live thousand dollars. Buchanan claimed he was boss over the
council, and had used his influence
over the contract. When payment
was refused the machines at once began to work badly. Thayer examined
them and came to the conclusion that
they had been tampered with.
Buchanan, moreover, told him he
thought they would work all right If
his claim was straightened out. Finally Thayer came to an agreement
with Buchanan and paid him $340.
The Case Company entered suit to
recover the money but the affair never came to trial as Buchanun settled.
the 22 Japanes track m< n in
��� ' 2  of    a   woi k   (ram    on   the
Northern near the city on Sun-
n'-S1*'*'   XlUl1"1"'1   -s,   was  opened yes-
^ ,erda\   ai   tin'    court     house, Captain
Pittendrigh,    coroner,  pn   iding.     A
quantity ol evidence  was taken during the day ami the corni adjourned
sl,Hilly alter I o'clock until   1'huisday,
I'e, ember   li,,  al   In   o'clock,   win,,   a
number ol  witnesses  who could rut
be preseni yesterdaj  will he ou haul
iul, siify.
Much   Evidence   Yet.
The engineer and 'rie liretnan have
yei to tell their stories, as also the
traveler who was on the locomotive
at the time. Several officials of the
railway companj will be broiiglu he-
fore the jury and they also desire to
see the tram orders and other documents which had any hearing on tbe
accident.
The various parties concerned were
ail represented by counsel. The most
ot the questioning of the witnesses
was undertaken by Q, !���'.. Corbould,
K. I'., acting on behall oi tbe crown.
A. ll. MacNi in. K C . appeared tor
the c.ieai No,ihern Railway Company, w. M. Griffin of the firm of
Tupper and Griffln, Vancouver, for
the relations of thr- Japanese victims, and K. (.'. Brown, on behalf of
Wade. Whealler and McQuarrie, for
the municipality of Burnaby, where
the accident occurred, The proceedings wen watched by a few Japanese,
hut otherwise little public interest
was displayed in tbe tnquesl which
was held in Ibe main courtroom. The
jury empaneled are A. E. Wellington
(foreman), P. Venables, W, Bl. Sinclair, C.    Latham, c.    C. Walbie, C.
Donahue.       The   jury    took   exception
to the permitting of witnesses to remain in tbe courtroom during the evl-
(Continued from Pago Six.)
C. II. Stuart Wade, in a response
lo an Invitation from tho electors of
Burnaby, will address a meeting in
ilie Burnaby hall tonight at s o'clock.
The   meeting   has    been   called   with
ihe object    of    forming  a  board of
trade and  .Mr. Wadi   has kindly consented to give some information on
the  subject.
There has been skating fo.' tbe
lew days otl the tlai lands on
other side of the river, ahovte
bridge.      The hoys of the town
lail
the
the
have
made good use of it
hoping against hope
weather will continue
so far and are
that   th <   cold
CITIZENS WILL DECIDE ON
FOEK OF GOVLHNMENT
Referendum   on   Monday   Will   Determine Whether City Will Go Under
Municipal  Clauses Act.
In   addition
mayor, school
on   .Monday   of
electors of the
to the balloting for
trustees and aldermen
the coming week, tbe
city will be called on
to decide whether New Westminster
shall remain under its present charter or whether ii shall abandon the
charter  and   allow   Itself  t.i  he   gow-
erned, along witn tin  majority ol the
other cities I liivugKult tiie province
and all the niiiniclpaliiles, under the
Municipal Clauses act.
.Inst what the resull of Ibe balloting on the referendum win be it is
bard   to  say   but     ii   seems  probable
ihai the majority ot die electors who
have bad neither ibi1 time nor the
Inclination to look  Into thc details of
the two systems of governmenl win
allow themselves to oo guided by the
Opinion ot the mayoi. the city solicitor and ibe majority of the city officials and  wlll  vote  for tbe change.
Ii Is practically the unanimous
opinion of those who are conversant
with civic affairs that New Westminster would do well to abandon the
charter. Those who have had expee-
t lence in its workings state that It
is cumbersome and unwieldy and
that   it    unnecessarily    hampers  the
process of city government,    To s>e-
cure tbe changes lu It which altered
circumstances make necessary Is a
formidable tusk, while under the
Muncnpal Clauses act the way Is
made comparatively easy for municipalities and cities desiring the passage of private bills.
The ballot paper on which the citizens will express their opinion concerning the change will be worded as
follows:
"Are you ln favar of the city's surrendering Its Speclnl Charter and being governed undet  the provisions cf
the Municipal Clauses Act?'
Yes	
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The bazaar and sale of work held
by the ladles' aid of St. Barnabas'
church in aid of the church funds
yeBterday proved a great success,
netting $140, over and above all expenses.
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WEDNESDAY,
DECEMBER   8, 1909
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THKETC    J
W. RICH
Teaming- and Expressing.
DEALER IN
GOD
���URTH   ST. PHONE   R527
wB
to make Delicious hoi
Biscuit���tempting, appe
tizing, light, wholesome
Makes the best food to
work on ��� the best food
to sleep after. No alum
no fear of indigestion.
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Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75   per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS.
usmess
MECHANICAL    WORK    AND
<'L  REPAIRING.   ANYTHING
f   CLOCK   TO   AN   AUTOMO
E.     REPAIR   LIST:
Cish  Registers
Dental  Machinery
Moving  Picture
Machinery
Phonographs
Sewing Machines.
Electric Batteries
Cameras
Cutlery
Models and   Patterns
Musical Instruments
Rifles
Typewriters
Surgical Instruments
Surveyors' Instruments
Safes
Clocks
Scales
Cream   Separators
Carpet Sweepers
Door Checks
Automatic Machinery
Cash  Drawers
W. WEESTER, Mechanical
Expert
No.  10  Sixth  Street.   Dominion  Trust
Block.
First Arrival of
\m Fall Goods
In all tli" latesl shades and fashions.
I Just opened out,     You'll be delighted
to see them.
Ladies Take Hand
In Civic Elections
11    i Inued from Page One.)
laundryiimn, ami every person bt-
does business with. If every man
1,1 hu li ��� ss will do ihis we will win
"We enclose 2.5 ballol tickets show-
in ghow to vote.
"We also enclose a postal card addressed in this association. If you
will personally taki i.5 triendly -voters he Lhe polls on election day and
give each   a ticket Bhowing how
lo vote, please mail the postal card
back to us ai once. You need nol
sign the rani. Every card bas a
number, and we will know who Benl
it in,
pull together and  le1
Lei    us  each  gel   25
WIFE UPBRAIDED HIM        CHILDREN MADE
FOR STAYING OUT LATE ROBBER REPENT
Husband    Then    Proceeded    to    Kil!    Returr-d   tho    Money    He    Had    Pre-
Her   By  Cutting   Her   Throat viously Taken From Parents of
With a  Razor. Infants.
"Lei   ns  all
us all   work.
Villi  a.
"Voiiis very
"BREWERS
J, N. AllhiSG
COLUMBIA STREET.
ONT   STREET.
New   Westminster. Telephone 333.
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Clip The Horse
One of the greati si improvements   over   Introduced   into
stabte  managements, according  to   leading   veterinarians, is  tin
. 'nni  of clipping  horses.
A clipped Inns,- will not only   do   a   greater   amount   of
ihan a horse with '!s natural coat, but will ai the same
lime have more Ufa ln him.   On the other hand, the undipped
��� ��� wlll be dull, out of condition, and seldom If over dry
or clean.
Clipping again removes the tendency to sweat, and there
is no comparison between a long wel coat and a short dry
one,
It will pay to pul one of our Twentieth Century Clippers
In your stable. Call in and let us explain to you th^ simplicity, convenience in handling, and the advantages Of using
these machines.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Jackson Printing
Company
have finished installing their
new plant In the new Thomson
block, Market square, and are
now prepared to execute all
orders promptly. They have
put in an up-to-date cylinder
press (the first in the city) for
doing the finest half-tone work
in black and colors, as well as
the better grades of commercial
work.      TELEPHONE 388.
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HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK  FOR  WESTERN PEOPLE.
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X    AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
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..$2,200,000
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves 7:55.
Afternoon Express leaves 15:25 for
all    points    East,    including   United
States points, St. Paul and East.
Agassiz  Local  leaves 17:35.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. H. Agent.
* Thrifty people who  use ou    Savings Bank  Department will find
* It convenient and will   receive every courtesy, whether their account
* be. iarge or small.    8avlngs Depatments at every branch.
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Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W estminster. *
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How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
CaKe Icing
Chocolate, PlnK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and  Coconut Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PORE ICIHGS
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THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
ADVFRTI5E IN THE NEWS
Most of Us Are Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
A Savings Account at
the Bank of Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars for
future us 3.
Suppose you open an
account with a few dollars to start with ($1.00
wlll do), and see how
much you can add to
your balance before next
New Year.
We pay interest on
your balances.
Capital $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
mm*Tmmmee*e-\
BankofToronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J. Gracey, Mgr.
respectfully,
&   WHOLESALE  LI-
QUOH    DEALERS'   ASSOCIATION."
We are forever being told that the
place of woman is the home. Bul
what Is expected of a woman In hi r
home? t'nless she does certain
things for hor family sha j.s an evident failure. sin- musl keep her
home clean, provide wholesome food,
be responsible for her children's
health, iheir morals and education.
How tar can a mother control these
things?
She can keep her own looms clean,
Inn if her neighbors tre permitted to
live In tilth she cannot present the
had odors ami impure air Horn enter-
in gher home.
She can cook her too 1 well, but
she cannot make wholesome food for
her family it dealers are permitted
in sell unclean milk, sale eggs, polut-
ed  vegetables and tainted  meat.
She can take every precaution to
preserve her home from tire, but if
some other liouse hums and tliere is
imi sufficient provision foi its extinction as. was the case in nor own city
in September, 1808, Is she nol helpless to protect her property. She
can open her windows I >r the pur-
posi of ventilation, but if the drains
and sewers are wanting or in bad
condition, she cannot prevent Infectious germs of tuberculosis and other
��� li' ad diseases trom entering her
children's lungs or otherwise destroy-
in..; their health.
she can cltohe her boys and girls
comfortably and permit them to t^11
out upon the Btreets with their companions for a change of se< ne or recreation, but she cannot proti ct them
from the immoral sights and Impure
language and degrading habits with
which ihey will he pointed. Even
the youngest children early obtain
the knowledge of evil in the schools
and on the streets and acquire the
habit Of smoking cigarette's.
What are the mothers to do? Alone
they cannot nuke these wrongs right.
thej can only surfer the consequences resulting from them.
Who or whal can control thi si
matters?
The city can do it. The mayoi
and aldermen e'ected by the pi opi''
to look titter al. these interest-; can.
if the majority of tin m are nun of
strict integrity. Such men can not
only enact but enforce laws which
shall make the cit v.i stronghold in
which the youth shall be defended
from all evil Influences calculated to
disqualify them from becoming the
good citizens ot" the future and also
shall lie a place where husbands and
fathers not morally strong to resist
the temptation to squander money
and time in the pursuit of unlawful
pleasures shall be saved from temptation so to do. How can we secure
a majority of such civic officials tor
our municipal council?
Only by a right use of our municipal franchise. We are happy to
kuow tliat New Westminster is rich
in good men who would scorn to sell
their votes in the interests of any
candidates for civic honors who represent tlie liquor business, or any of
its adjuncts. But the men alone
cannot poll a sufficient number of
votes to accomplish the desired condition of civic righteousness, and we
are glad to be able to say that there
are over 500 women's names on our
voters' list, the majority of whom are
true to the idea of home protection
above every othe, interest and yet
who are Intelligent enough to realize
the Importance of electing men possessing the nocesruy buj'nesB und
executive ability to safeguard the financial and industrial interests with
wliich they will be called upon to
deal.
New York, Dec. 7.���Patrick ll. Raf-
ferty Killed his wife in theii  Brooklj i
hoi .arly     today     hy     cutting   her
throat wiih a razor, Frank Ohland, a
brother-in-law, attempted to Interfere,
as did Mrs. Margarel K< lly, mother Ol
Alis. Rafferty. Ohland was severely
enl and Mis. Kelly's skull was fractured by a blow from a broomstick,
Rafferty then ran into the yard an I
attempted t'i kill himself by cutting
his nun throat with lhe razor he had
used on his wile. Mrs. Kelly and
Rafferty aie in the hospital where it
is believed both win die. Rafferty
had heen slaying out laic at night,
according in relatives, and when he
returned this morning bis wiiv remonstrated.
Vote for Keary and you vote for tht
man who found Nev. Westminster
"brick  and   left  it marble.''
He   Me.int  Well.
New York, Dec. 7.���A dispatch to
The Sun from Dawson, Ga., says:
Last night one of the girls ln the telephone exchange here worked rather
late and was afraid to go home alone.
The manager. II. C. Gilchrist of Detroit, Mich., suggested that the negro
porter go home with her as a guard.
The girl refused and told the other
girls today, and they all struck work.
Indignant citizens captured Gilchrist
and whipped him until the blood
flowed. He was forced to sign an
abject apology to the girl. He bas
quit tils job. He says that the northern white man cannot follow the
workings of the southern mind.
Chicago, Dec. 7.���Two sleeping
children today proveu mora effectual
in disposing nf a robber than all tlie
lioiis  and   hais  'en   tne entrances  ta
Ilie  home nt  Adolph   Hilher.
The Influence ol the sleeping children, ihe small daughters of Huber.
caused a burglar to uepent and Ut
return to the children's pan nts money which he had just tu ,, u at. lhe
point  of a  re\ nl\ er.
Illlher. according In the police, W IS
awakened l,\ ihe noise of some i. ie
walking iu his room just before d .y-
light, and his question, "Wn, is
; Ihere?" brought a lineal In kill il
if he did noi give up his money. 'Ibe
burglar then ransacked lhe garments
of the father, and took all the muney
Which was in Mis. Huber's purse. He
I then wenl into the room where the
children were sleeping, and, tiptoeing
out, gave to the astonished parents
the sum, and added a silver coin, saying:
"Those are great kids. I haven't
got much coin, hut you can give them
tiiis tor  me."
The police are looking for the burglar.
MME. STEINHEIL MADE
GUMSHOE GETAWAY
Is   Now   in   London   and   May   Go   on
the  Music  Hall  Stage or Write
Memoirs.
Pails,  Dec.  7.���Mine. Steinheil, acquitted a short  time ago of the minder of her husband and mother, left
for London last evening.      She wore
grey    furs    and a motor veil,
.  , which completely    covered her head,
jom-nment that the time had been al-   ^ reached t|l(. rallway st.llion without being recognized.      Her daughter,
Marthe, did not accompany her. .Mar-
the   has  seen   her   mother  only   once
Naval  Bill In Caucus.
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���The Liberals spenl
a couple of hours in caucus tbis morn-1 j
ing.      It  was    announced    after  ad-
Vote for the    man who    made the
provincial exhibition a success.
WHY   NOT  STOP THAT   ITCH?
Write   For  a   Free  Sample   Bottle   of
D. D. D. and Get Instant Relief.
If you are a icted witli skin disease, tbe kind that seems to battle
medical skill and leaves you wild witli
Itch, you would do well to investigate
a prescription whicli is now recommended by many of the best skin spe-
clilists, even in preference to their
own prescriptions. It is th? simple,
soothing oil of wlntergreen compound
known as D. D. D. Prescription, and
it sells at fl.OO a bottle.
Hut a sample bottle wiil be enough
to convince you that the itch is instantly allayed by tliiB preparation.
Get a liberal sample bottle of the
healing, soothing, external remedy���
D. D. D. Prescription���and see.
We feel quite sure that before long
you will b? cured, and at any rate
we know���know positively���that your
itch will be relieved instantly, the
minute the soothing liquid is applied
to the skin.���Prank Mackenzie, urug-
glst, New Westminster.
Mrs. W. L. Clarke, of Laggan, Alta.,
tried D. D. D. and says:
"It is >he best remedy for the skin
or scalp that I have ever used."
For free aaiiple bottle of D. D. D.
Prescription write to th? D. D. D-
Laboratory, I"��epartment NN, 2;} Jordan street, Toronto.
For sale by all druggists.
most entirely occupied with an exchange of views in regard to the government's naval program. Il was
the almost universal opinion that
Canada should construct her own
navy at a reasonable expenditure. No
notice has yet been givi n as to the
date on which the naval defence bill
will be intindiie'   1.
Vote for  Keary and  prosperity.
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since Inr acquittal. Mine. Steinheil
then pi' aiU d on her knees to her
daughter, declaring tha (everything
she had done had been for her sake.
Marthe, however, remained linn in
her decision, which she made before
the verdict was returned, when she
said: "lf she is condemned l will
go to console her. If she is acquitted
1 will never see her again."
At. the conclusion of this Interview
. Mme. Steinheil gave her daughter full
liberty  to  dispose  of  her  life  as she
> liked.       It     is    Intimated    Mai tlie is
| Thinking of entering a convent. Mine.
Steinheil will probably next be heard
of in a music hall  or on  th" concert
slage.  or  as  the  author  Of  memoirs,
for   whicli  she  asked  150.001)  francs.
A  reporter of the Petit  Parisien was
Editor  Daily   News:��� ,lho onlv  persfm  W|10  knew   Who she
Dear Sir,���Every year, prior to the | wftB wh;. BUCceeded in witnessing her
municipal election day. a public departure. He followed her to the
meeting has heen held tn discuss pub- | st.ltion in a carriage, and was a pas-
lie issues and 1 had intended, to take   s(?ng(... on the s;ime traln
advantage of such occasion  to ascer- i	
tain  from the aspirants of municipal : COULD  NOT STAY AWAY
UK
t'i'hp Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions of its corre pondeuts.i
honors, their attitude toward co-oper
ating with the board of trade in vigorously advertising our city, but owing to tlie large number of speakers
who will no doubt monopolize the limited time at those public gatherings,
I have thought it best to suggest that
an announcement be made by those
who favor tills proposition. It must
be still fresh In the minds of the
ratepayers that some time ago,
through a suggestion of tlie board of
trade, a bylaw was carried authorizing a loan of $1000, to be used in advertising. Since that day the city
council bas treated this matter witli
indifference and this occasion furnishes a good opportunity for the
ratepayers to know if their mandate
is to be ignored or not. An elaborate system of advertising was contemplated but so far a meeting with
the council to complete arrangements
could not be had. Will the council
of 1910 do better?
ED GOULET,
Chairman    Advertising   Committee
of Board of Trade.
TROM  FROZEN  NORTH
To the Citizens of New Westminster:
Ladies and Gentlemen,���I note with
great interest the race for mayoral ty
between John A. Lee and Mayor
Keary, and I consider it very wrong
for the public to slander either one |
of those gentlemen. You should
not guide yourselves by street slander ln casting your vote on this election. You should base your opinion
on facts and facts only. Here are
those facts:
John A. Lee has had no experience
ln this council whatever; is it safe to
trust him with the manipulation of
the city affairs at this present time,
now that our city ls progressing rapidly?
With Mayor Keary you are not taking any chances, he has a clean record ln the past as a progressive man
and is fully capable of handling the
city affairs. Then why should we
change? I have heard it said that
he has been there too long. Such
rot, such nonsense. This is no argument. What would your wives
say if you went home and told them
that? If your wife is a good one
let her always remain with you, and
if our mayor continues his policy as
he has ln the past, let us also stick
to him.
He has fought for our hospitals,
one of the greatest assets the city
could have. He has fought your
temperance cause and in every case
done his best for the city, therefore
you should elect him.
Yours very truly,
RATEPAYER.
Vote for Keary the Royal City's
long tried and faithful servant
Chicago, Dec. 7.���Dr. George E-
Dickiuson of Sulzer, Alaska, passed
through Chicago last night, en route
to his home in Alaska, after traveling
ill,000 miles to pass one short week
with his aged mother, in England.
As a boy he came to America,
promising that he would make a fortune and return to make their declining years comfortable and happy.
Years of discouragement were followed by a flood of prosperity in the
gold fields, and he hastened home to
keep his promise. When he reached
Chicago on his way to England, he
sent bis wife to Waukegan to visit
relatives, and last night he went to
Waukegan to meet Mrs. Dickinso��
and start on his journey back to the
north.
The meeting with his mother .almost won him to a resolve to settle
In England, but people had changed
and his boyhood friends had gone.
The land of shining gold was calling
to him, and after a week with Ma
mother he is now on his way to A-����
l.a to "start life over again and live
it through in God's country."
Windsor Hotel.
J. Fltzpatrick, Dublin, Ireland.
G. Goble, Vancouver.
R. W. King, Wallback, Wash.
A. A. Salk, Ladner.
A. Ackerman, Huntingdon.
F. Buse, Vancouver.
C. Coutts, New Westminster.
C. Marsh, Mitchell.
G. A. Evans, Toronto.
Capt. Thomas Shorts, Victoria.
C. F. Braid, Vancouver.
Russell Hotel.
Thos. J. Tuson, Blaine, Wash.
T. C. Cooke, Vancouver.
A. Jenson, Annieville.
D. S. Raseley, Vancouver.
Wm. A. Montgomery, Vancouver.
J. H. Trueman, Victoria.
H. J. Gagen, Montreal.
P. B. Hallitt, Vancouver.
J. H. Hudson, Vancouver.
R. A. Ander, Vancouver.
E. O. Cohoon, Vancouver,
C. B. Brydone-Jack, Vancouver.
K. K. Priner, Vancouver.
Fred.  Strueler, Victoria.
W. J. Keyes, Toronto.
Alex. Wallace, Toronto.
W. A. Allan, Vancouver.
A. H. McNeill, Vancouver.
R. S. Bason, Vancouver.
G. C. Merrick, Seattle.
Geo. A. Scott, Vancouver.
J. Cashman, Vancouver.
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The Daiiy i^ews J. A. Lee Attacks
Civic Administration
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Publisheil by The Dully -News Publish
leg Company, Limited, at their otlices
The Dally News Block, corner <
Resale and Trew streets.
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WEDNESDAY,   DECEMBER
1909.
HOW   TORIES    DELAY    BUSINESS.
A close observer of what occurs
in Parliament will noiice some curious doings. The Opposition express
the hope at every opportunity that
the business of the House will ba expedited and the session shortened.
Very good. How does ibis work out'.'
When question time comes hours are
wasted in answering questions which
members of the Opposition place on
the order paper, and from the character of the questions no possible
public Interesi Is served by the gre.'it
expense in preparing the answer or
the linie consumed in reading the
answer.
This is oik1 way of expediting
public business Indulged in by the Opposition.
Tin n when the lime comes to call
the motions which Conservatives
have placed upno the order paper
every man calls out "Stands." and
nm being ready to proceed with the
motions of whicli they have given
noiice cause further delay In the pub-
lie business.
This is another method of delaying puhlic business for which the Opposition  may be held responsible.
Then again, when the government
took up the resolution to ratify the
French treaty, the Opposition objected and wanted to wait and see
what course the United Suites government would take with regard to
it.   , Mr.   Fielding   promptly   told   the
(Continued from Page One.)
to secure dales in Sapperton and the
West End thai he had had.
Claiming the right of every citizen
to criticise the actions of the mayor
and council he proceeded to take advantage ot that right. He claimed
that the city ought nol to be under
the control of one man. From the
advertisements In the city papers be
had been led to believe that Mayor
Keary was responsible for all the Progress thai bad taken place in the
city for lhe pasi  eighl  years.
"I believe that If .Major Keary were
taken  from  the   field  tomorrow  the
Take notice that an application has
: been made to register Charles Bradbury as the owner in fee simple, un-
j der a tax sale deed from the reevi
and clerk of Burnaby to Charles Brad
bury, bearing date the 16th day ol
July. A. I)., 1908, Of all and singulai
thai certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and l"i!i;
in the District of New Westminsnit
In the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Lots 15 and 16, subdivision
of Block 2, of part of Lot 29, Group l.
You and those claiming through oi
under you and all porsors claiming
an.v interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
ancl all persons claiming any interest
in the said land h.i descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions  of  the "Land   Registry   Act,"
City   would  go  ahead  jusi   Ibe  same.
Are   there   not  capable     men   al   Un-]'   ^    ""|il!"'   !"  "":''"1   "'"  ''""';
head of the different departments ol
the city? 1 have been told by a man
in one of those positions thai he had
not altogether a free hand i.i his department. If I had anything to do
with the city the job ot a man who
was not capable of doing the work
of bis deparl ment would nol be worth
the snap of the fingei s. t ii ver and
all as Mayor Keai. m i be and
brainy and all as he ma; be, h ��� is
imi aide to hunk after ali the details
of the city's work."
The   speaker   claillle 1    1 ial    tlle   al-
tribute all the progress ajj improve-  ���
    ,.     an     ^'""l
meni in the city to one man was an
Insult tn the Intelllgi nc ol the elec-;
tors. And ibis progress about which
sn much was heard could not begin
ii) compare with thai of other western cities during the s uni period. 11
was not anything like that of Vancouver,  Victoria,  Calgary or Bdmon-
' ton.
"The  City Of  Xew   Westminster  in
its streets is twenty years behind the
i limes."
i he waj the tracks of the street
railway companj' protruded above
the level ol the road in cei tain pans
i iif the city attracted bis especial con-
demnatlon.     He   thought   that thai
1 corporation should be kept under con,
trnl.
He spoke of the way the propose
change from the city  charter to the
municipal   clauses  act   had  been  ad-
vertised or had not been advertised.
as a disgrace in the city.     Speaking
fun her on the proposed changed, Mr.
House  thai   Canada   would   proceed j.Lee  urged al]  tnose ,,,.,..H n,  ,,, Vll,,.
the tax purchaser w'thin forty-five
days from the date of the service ol
this noiice upon you. and in default
ni a caveat or certificate of lis pen
dens being filed within such period
or In default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
he forever estopped and deliam il
from setting up any claim to or in t'i
sped of the said land, and I Slid
register Charles Bradbury as own.:
thereof in fee. And I hereby order
thai publication ol this notice fi
thirty days in a daily newspaper pub-
ished in New Westminster will bi
and sufficienl service thereof.
Offii
WEDNESDAY,   DECEfA^
I,.,,,,! ai the Land Registry
New Westminster, Provinci of Brit-
! Columbia, this 30th day of Novem-
b,      \, D., 1909.
C, 8. KKITH.
District  liegisirar.
-,-,, jaines  llilaiid.  .lames  Highland.
TENDERS.
of tiie fifteenth
for supplies for
I, ....   addressed    to the under-
al  Ottawa, In sealed envelopes.
v, i marked on the envelopes "Tenia: Quarantine Supplies," will be
received up to noon
a     ol January, L910
Quarantine Station.
,. following supplies are required:
Coal;
Firewood;
Pish;
Groceries;
Hardware and ship chandlery;
.Meal;
Medical Btores and disinfectants;
Uniforms, and other articles of
irel;
Vegetables.
Forms may he nl.tained by application to   the Departmenl of   Agricul-
i ire, Ottawa, or to the    Medical Su-
: . 'inl,ml.-ill  at  Quarantine.
The rl menl   does  not   bind  It-
., ii in .a ci pt the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertise-
menl without authority from the Department   Will  not   I'e paid.
A. I.  JARVIS,
Assistant Deputy Minister and
Secretarj ol Agrit ulture.
Ottawa, Canada, November 11, 19 -'���'
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with its commercial bargains Irrespective of whai the I'niieii Stati a or
anj   other nation  thought,
Tbis is a third illustration of how
the Opposition can and dues delay
public business.
Vote for Mayor Keary, the man
who will ste that the people's money
is wisely spent.
V/HO  GOT THE   RIFLES.'
A curious Incident occurred with
referenci to thi Uns.- i ifli . Colonel
Woi thington, Conservative, an o] po-
neni ni the rifle, asked the Minister
of Militia how man;. Individuals had
received the latesl patl irn ol Ross
rifle. The replj wa ti -. Colom I
Worthlngton thought he might unearth a gral asked a second
questl  "Who are the twelve Individual ivhom rill ol this pattern
have been issui d?" 'I ~. repi; thai
ma i,' siae tied thi Colonel and
tly Inten st i thi House when
���si'' Frederick read that among the
twelve who secured rifli s wei e the
follow Ing:
Colonel Sam Hughes, M. P., Con-
Ben ative.
for the referendum by all means as
it mean! in the long run a great saving to the city in money and trouble.
"We must gel oul of the old i'ui of
thinking that anything is good enoug
for Xew Westminster."
As president of the board Of trade
lie had tried to do some advertising
for the city   but had   met with but
poor   BUCCeSS,   even   after   tlle   Council
had    passed   a    bylaw appropriating
% i  for   thai    purpose.     Men had
told him that this was the deadesl
town they ever got into.
ie   water  question  next   received
his attention.     A    certain    company
had  .- ic< ��� - di d  in  getting  a  hold  oi
part  of  1. tke  Coquitlam  and   now   ii
king for more concessions T ������
facts about these last concession., had
, pe red  in prim  and li
discussed  by  the council  tl   .
ha-.e   be, a    discusse i   In
��� e .  and   the  public   would
aboul  them,
 The pi ���       li
��� |    to    the    committee
meetini s and no restrictions i re put
eports.      Jo new c >nci s-
sions ha re been fro     the coun
cil and no discussion on the matter
has taken place.
The speaker gave a lengtby hii ory
of the Coqultlam affair as it bad ap-
(Contlnued on Page l-'ivej.
P., Conservative.
M.   P.,   Conserva-
W. H. Sharpe, M
VY.   D.   Staples,
th e.
.1. A. Sexsmith, M. P., Conservative.
W. l'rice, M. p., Conservative.
J.  Arthurs, M. P., Conservative.
J.   D.  Taylor.  M.  p., (.'nnservative.
Tin se men belong to the party that
denounced the Uoss rifle unti] the
victories It won for Itself at Bisley
and elsewhere compelled the senseless tight to stop, Colonel Hughes
was always a champion of the rule.
and declared the fight againsi it. was
a conspiracy organized by rival manufacturers,
It may be mentioned thai the Governmenl paid for these rifles, bui the
men whose names appeared above receipted   for   tbem   bul   paid   nothing.
Co ei  Hughes   explained   thai   the
rifles were issued for the purpose fo
placing them in the hands of expert
marksmen. The Conservatives have
never explained to the people that
they were deceived as to the rifle and
that it is the best small arm in the
world.
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ADVERTISE   IN
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NEWS
W. H. Keary is the man who has
placed our city on a better financial
footing   than   it   ever   enjoyed   before.
IMPOUNDED.
If you wish to see New Westminster develop along the lines of sane
progress,   vote   for   Mayor   Keary.
WAIT AND WATCH.
November 23, two heifer calves:
one all black, with leather strap
around neck, one black with white
spots  on   head   and   flank.
Unless redeemed by December 8th
at 10 a. m. will be sold.
G, I). McMURPHY,
Poundkseper.
TENDERS.
Tenders for kalsomlnlng and painting the Hoys' Central School during
tb-' Christmas hosidays. For particulars apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia street.
tr-aers t_i1SMi_
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WE   ARE   READY   TO
you how it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the poorer :.ind. \\'e can point to
bti .ings bulU with our mute-
ri,- ; that never need repairs.
We can poiut to some others
th it need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
A nlOME FOR $11.10
$60 DOWN AND THE BALANCE IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $1-1 WILL GIVE YOU A SNUG LITTLE
HOME AND NICE LOT CLOSE TO THE SIXTH ST.
CAR LINE. THIS IS A SNAP AND WILL BE 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,
Co
628 Columbia St,, New Westminster,
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Today's Special
is Just the thing you need this
time of the year���WOODEN
MINCING HOWLS, only _!5c
each.
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ise   in   Thc>    News.
Tfie Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell tor tbe same
Only TT days before the tolls arc
removed from the New Westminster
bridge vide P. J. MacKenzie's pledge.
Only 77 days to    wait    before    the
New    Westminster   bridge   will    be j
lighted at night, vide F. J.  MacKenzie's pledge.
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
Ten Dollars down and Ten Dollars per month, no
interest. This property is on the new cut-off of the
B. C. Electric Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID.
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS.
To Revise Rules of House.
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier has given notice that "A special
committee of seven members be m>-
pointed with instructions to carefully
examine the rules Of the house, the
committee to be composed of Sir
Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. L. P. Brodeur,
Hon. William Pugsley, Mr. K. L. Borden and Hon. John Huggart and Mr.
George Taylor."
List your property with Hale Bros.
& Co. for QUICK  SALES.    We
handle all kinds of  farm  lands,
house properties, etc.
HALE BROS. & CO
706   COLUMBIA   STREET.
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ESDAY,
DECEMBEF   8, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.    "1
GORDON'S
Bie Dry Goods House
REDUCTIONS IN BLANKETS
AND QUILTS TODAY
All-Wool White Blank 'ts, 12-4 size, very large, 10 lbs.    Regula
; Man.    Today $9.00
.Wool While Blankets, H-l  size, 9 lbs.    Regular price $8.50.
  .    $6.00
All-Wool White Blankets, 10-4 size, T lbs.    Regular price $5.50
 '. .;4.oo
r, 'ii Comforters, cotton-fllled,  dainty  colorings.     Ri ��� iiai
$2.25.    Today $1.50
Eiderdown Quilts, special $9.00
The Fashion Cent
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
SPORTING NEWS
W. E. FALES
HODGE BEATS SOOTH
IN Dili BOW MATCH
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WHY SUFFER
with   headaches?     Others   hav?   bet n   1 1
relieved  by  wearing   a   pair of   our MADE-TO-OR-
DKU  glassi s.  so may you.
Optical Parlor. \\T      T_?     T ATC
Dominion Trust Bldg.    W .    _T.     i A 1 il.    I]
ores  Were   1476   and   1411���Twelve
Hundred  Dollars Changed  Hands
on  the   Game.
Hodge won the big match
Vancouver bowling alleys lasl
di feating  Sain   South by  a
of 65 pins.     Hodge made a
1476,  while his    rival only
"'""',1 UH.     At  the end of the sec-
South  was    leading, but
1   Hodge  had  th,   better of
The score was as follows:
Hodge.
South.
game ....
llis
2nd game	
....    158
193
1   ame   ...   .
     209
175
ame  ...   .
     192
158
���i'i-   ...   .
     153
204
ime   ...   .
     182
136
"in-   ...   .
     212
167
...   .
     156
178
Averat
Totals
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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.
   1476      1411
     184.4     176.3
Tin ��� re b 1 Interest was taken In
the match ad the alleys wen- crowded while it was in progress. li is
said thai about $1200 changed hands
as a result oi the match of which the
sum of $220 was a side bet put up by
th" players.
The two n n are matched to meet
again oh Tuesday evening of the
��� oming  wi ���  .  for a sid,   b 1  ol   $200.
Roller S.ys Jeffries is Good.
Seattle, Wash.. Dec. 7.���James J.
Jeffries is in splendid condition now.
according to Dr. li. F. Roller, who is
making one night stands in eastern
citii with Frank Gotch. world's
champion wrestler, and Jeffries, the
feated heavyweight pugilist, who
will box .lark Johnson for I ie title
some time next year. Roller is astonished at Jeffries' condition and
says !,'��� now weighs 230 pounds. Jeff
will ba thin at 220 pounds declares
the Seattl    grappler.
Klaus    Matched.
Kelly   and
Chicago,  Doc. 7.���Hugo 1-
local middleweight, and Pra
of Pittsburg, were matched yesterday
to  niii;   I,,  a  twelve-round  bom   before the Armory A. A. of Boston on
December 14.    The men boxed a six-
round go at   Pittsburg last summer,
in which Kelly  was declared the victor.
KM j offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in House, Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
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American   League  to  Meet.
Chicago,  Dec.  7.���President    B.    B.
Johnson, of the American leage, said
yesterday that at the meeting of base-i
ball  officials  in  New   Vork  business |
would be transacted in a hurry.    He !
said  the  American   league   members
would reach New Voik December 13
and  in  the  afternoon   would  mingle |
wliila the national commission Is  In
session.   Tuesday, December 14, wlll
mark   the   start   of    the   American \
League meeting, a special session having been called tor the directors.  The
meeting wlll continue on the
til   time   to  cai h   the  limited   train
leaving  for  Chicago  al   5:30  in  the
afternoon.
President Johnson said ttvo days
and a little bit more would be sufficient time In wliich to c oar up all
the   business   to    come    before    the
1 e chiefs. Presidem
ot the Chicago club, will
Johnson going and comin
The Leading Furniture House
6I2-&I8 Apes Streei, Opp, Public Library
Undertaking   in   all   its   Branches
Replying   to  certain   criticism   thai
had  been  offered   about   tin-  way   the
lath un-  city police bad acted in the matter of
the social evil, the  mayor remarked
that he was bui 01 e of a committee
of three who had tried 10 do its best
in that respect.     The chief oE police
thought that they had been to Bevere
ln this mattei  and that the dismissal
of women ol bad repute from the ci n-
Comiskey,   tre of  the citj   had  not  resulted In
iccompany  good,  as  they   were    now  scattered
1 around In different  pans of the town
_, .  that bad hitherto   ieen free from that
(kind of thing.     1 . cases of this kind
ATHLETE  SUSTAINS  EURNS their action  baa  boon  limited  by  the
FROM  MELTED LEAD I section   ol   the  criminal  code  govei 11-
  lng such cases.
Now York, Dec. ',.���Lawson Robert- Referring to Mr. Leo's criticism of
son, trainer foi the Irish-American the state of tne Btreets, Mayor Kearj
Athletic club, was painfully burned at I pointed oui that in 1902, when he
Celtic park yesterdaj afternoon when j lirst assumed the offlce of mayor,
a ladle of bin lead exploded.   He was! tliere had  been an overdraft  of ?45,-
Want Game at New York.
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���Ottawa and Varsity football teams, champions 0] the
in'e rpi e,\ ��� , lal and inte rcolleglati
unions, ha ��� b< ��� n asked by the N sw
York Herald to go down to New York
to play an exhibition match th re
nexl Saturday, the objeel being to
gii e Amei leans an ide , of bow the
Canadian game is played. The Ot-
tawas are n adj to ac ��� p the invitation. Tin 1 oposi a Philad Iphia trip
is off for this > ear.
melting the load to pom Into a hole
which bad been bored in the 42-pound
stone which was to be used by Martin Sheridan and John Flanagan at
the annual Beld day of the Second
1 I aoni, Irish volunteers. The stone
was said to be a few ounces under
weight, and enough load was packed
In the hole to bring the weighi up
to the required mark. Robertson was
standing over the ladle of molten
metal when some water dropped Into
the bad.    An explosion followed, and
UUU in the bank and over $U>U,UUU of
tax arrears. This had no.v been collected and for the firs; time in many
years the city had boon lu a position
to spend money oa tne streets and it
was being spent as expeditiously as
possible.
Clitics of the city government
seemed to take paiticulai delignt In
vilifying the B.C.E.R., but the speaker
claimed that that same companj was
the best friend that the city ever
had.      lt   had  extended   Its  car  line
Government that tliere was no need
for baste iu securing a title to the
properly, indeed the minister of the
interior had told him that the title
was ol' no value to the city unless
she wanted to dispose of the lands.
The outcome could not have heen
foreseen hy anyone, even the Vancouver Power Company had not imagined
that Now Westminster's tights to the
lake would be cancelled.
He spoke briefly of some of the
things he bad done while in the council and some of the other things he
proposed to advocate, including the
building of the now Royal Columbian
hospital.
Replying to the mayor. .1. A. Lee
waxed rather bitter, and practically
accused Mayor Keary of using his official position for his own personal
gain. lie claimed thai he was meeting with opposition from many men
now because they thought thai if lie
got in tbey would be no longer in
the inside ring, and made several
more insinuations of a like nature.
the  lead   spattered   over   Kobartson's ] to Chiiliwack, and pioposed to extend
face and nock. Fortunately he had
his eyes closed tightly, and they were
not injured. The flesli about his
eyes and face was burned and the
Ii ae] burned his cothes. Soon after
the accldenl Robi rtson w ts hurried
to a physician and his wounds were
dressed.
J. A, Lee Attacks
Civic Administration ��
THE WHSTE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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Nelson   Abandons   Challenge.
"ii   Hockey Club  lias ah.-in-
Idi e of ch illenging for ' b -
.   cu]    emb of the   Do-
n championship.      The ti usi ������ a
'i 01 give them dat     in P< b
nd a    too far 0    for tit''
-ie    im ii.      I. .- , r    Patrick, who
in the Xolsoa ti
i    .... ,a: thi   se ���
maj   go Li the
Victo plaj lng   as   an
amateur.
(Contlnu   i trom  Page Four.)
��� H iiii &ZZM
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PROINT   STREET.
Washington  Oarsmen Training.
:��� ; Fifty-nine
candidates for positions on the University of Washington rowing eighl
turned out for the Brst practice ol
the season today. Coach ll. ii. Conl-
bear is gratified al the numb r ol aspirants and the prospects for a winning crew. All the men ar big and
strong, and the competition for places
in the varsity shell is sure to be
keen. Halt let I l.ovojoy. captain Of
the crew of 1910, made ibe eight in
; his freshman year, the only student
al the state institution that ever attained this position.
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Keep Your liouse Warm j
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
AMES & McCLUGHAN \
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GOOD SECOND-HAND  COOK STOVES FOR SALE CHEAP. ���
rust Block, Pront St., New Westminster ��
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Miller Loses Decision.
Vancouver,   Dec.   7.���Outboxed
lunpunclied by a younger, faster
sturdier  opponent,  Driver  Miller,
hardhitting  lightweight  battled gi
ly,    though    vainly,    for    eight
rounds against Rod Standen of X
mo at   Larson's Pavilion, North
couver.   lasl   evening.   Then.   e\h
ed from bis futile efforts to con
with Standen's jaw with one of
wild swings. Miller was declared
loser while still on liis feet and
ing to continue.
and
and
the
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anal-
Van-
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the
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Shooting at Bicycle Race.
Xew York. Doc. 7.���A shooting with
possibly fatal results took place in a
Marisoii Square garden box in the
presence of a largo crowd attending
the six-day bicycle race, early today.
A pugilist known as Young Tug Wilson was shot in the groin, and Bert
Keyes, a lighter formerly of Philadelphia, was arrested charged with firing
the shot.
SURREY    MUNICIPALITY   NOTICE.
A public meeting will be held in
the Town Hall, Surrey Centre on
Tuesday, December 21, at 2 o'clock
p. in. to discuss municipal matters.
Rv order of the Council.
B.   M.   CARNCROSS,  C.M.C.
;   ared to him.     Tl     i ouni ii and I he
,   timi nt   had boon  misled  b.v   the
��� i   . er    Powei     C em] i uj.   which
had  substituted  the  plans o
of  dam  for  the  plans  of  th ���  actual
posed  dam:      The    engineei     foi
the   power    company    had  shown  on
e  of  the  propos ,i   d m,  the  extent of a bi d of blue day on which
the structure  would  be built, but  on
being questioned on tne m ,ib.-- they
h al ad: fitted thai  the blue clay was
an error on the draughtsman's part.
The  next   thing thai   the  citizens  of
New  Westminster  heard    of    it   was
that the order In council granting the
18,000 acres of land around the lake
to   the   City   had   been   revoked.
"This was the result of the negotiations of a man at Ottawa who had
at his back the man at the head of
affairs in the city of N'ew Westminster, yet the council did not know
anything about it." lie further remarked that at present the city appeared to be afraid to say a word to
the B.C.E.R.
In conclusion the speaker said that i
it was not the Job and the honor he
was after.     If that was all there was
to it he would not accept the position of mayor for $5000 a year, but |
he  had  been  impelled  by  consider;!-
tion for the best interests of the city j
io offer himself as candidate. "I don't,
want anybody to vote for me but for
what I stand for.      If you don't he-
lieve in that why don't vote For me,
but  If  you  think  that my   stand   is j
right  I  want    your  votes    and  your
support.
Mayor   Keary   asked   permission   to]
speak.       Mr.   Lee   objected,   but   said!
thai If the meeting wanted to hear
him   he   would   withdraw   his   opposition:      The    meeting    evidently  did I
want to hear the mayor for they ap- j
plauded and stamped on the floor un-
Ul  he ascended the platform.
"When I was tending sheep on the
bill a few yards from this spot 85 .
years ago," said Mayor Keary, "1 did |
not dream that I would ever be accused of being the Czar of New West- J
minster." The accusation was flattering to him, but hardly did the aldermen justice. He had never tried
to arrogate to himself the position
of dictator and had never tried to coerce any of the aldermen. The
mayor had only one vote in tlie council and that could only be used when
tliere was a tie, a condition which
j could only happen when there was an
1 even  number of aldermen present.
it to  Sapperton,    double track  it  toll
Leopold place, and make many othei
Improvements.      The    B.C.E.R.    had,
speni $550o on Improvements to Fron
streel,   and   the   speaker   had   always
found tbem amendable to any reasonable suggestion  regarding the  repair
j to their tracks,
The water problem was brieflj explained by him. lu read a resolu-
! tion that had b< en passed In o) en
i council in April, l'JOS, asking the Vancouver Power Company to raise their I
im from a height of 12 feet to 2i i
ii ei, and tins had taken place ai a
time when he was absent from the
city, and Mr. Garre occupied a seal
on the council. Not that he did ni
approve ol the action taken, bul he
ivi ' 1 ti ow tu absurdit)
fo blaming all th ��� b id trans] li ed i '���
a c lon  with   iie,   Coquitlam  dam
ln  regard  to  tl     i  vocation  of the
order In council gra    I       lie cl ;   the
righi to thi      it o    -' ,, dtlam
lake,     ayo said  thai   hi   had
��� e  ,1   !��� i (liver
.mei by oilier officials in th   ! ��� i uinlon
MAYORALTY ELECTION
NOTICE.
W. H.
KEARY'S
TURE.
CANDIDA-
We beg to notify the electors
of the City of New Westminster that permanent committee rooms have been engaged
In the Dupont block directly
above " The Fair" store, Columbia  street.
These rooms wlll be open until after thc election and every
one is cordially ...vited to visit
the rooms at any time, and any
assistance rendered the committee will be greatly appreciated.
DAVID DOUGLAS,
ADAM JOHNSTON,
For the  Committee.
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.
I ALFRED    W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
. J. HDffS
GROCERY
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets,   opp.  Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
We quote a few prices to show the values we are giving you in grocer-
ies.    You will save money by buying here.     We deliver to all parts of
flip o\txr l
the city.'
SELECTED EGGS���
3 dozen for	
GOOD BUTTER���
3 pounds for ��� ��� ���
JAPAN  RICE���
.$1.00 0 pounds for ...
CORN   STARCH���
.$1.00    '        3  packages for   .
.25c
.25c
CLEANED CURRANTS���
3 pounds for 25c
SEEDED RAISINS���
New fruit, IGoz. pkg., 3 for
25c
LEMON AND ORANGE PEEL���
2 pounds for 25c
CHOICE PRUNES���
4 pounds for ...   .
, ..25c
Try Fader's Special Tea, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
L J. FJUffS
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
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WEDNESDAY,   DECEMBEf
Choosing is at
So come and choose
from our limited
line of crockery
and glassware. Remember, Christmas prices encourage Christmas giving and this is going to be a " cleanup " sale of crockery. It is policy to
make your selection early.
We have also an
extra fine line of
Christmas groceries of every description and it is the
variety that makes
our stock popular.
You can count it
good if Adams sells
it. I
Also clont forget
that this is the Big
Store filled with
Little Prices.
See our stock of Cake Tins,
Meat Choppers, Cake Boxes,
Bread Boxes. Flour Cans, in
fact many other useful articles
in the culinary  line.
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For first-class cut .lowers aad any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse, R20S ���*
Don't be In a hurry to order your
turkey ns P. Burns & Co. have a tn��� l
supply coming in from the oast.
Vote for Keary and New Westminster.
���
Order your bulbs for
ors now from Davies,
telephone  B208.
Spri ia  flow-
Greenhouse,
251-ti
Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A.
& CO.
Ring up Lyne, 'phone R190, --'
Eleventh street, for live and dressed
fowls at shortest notice.
The remains of A. Osgard, who
died at the Royal Columbian hospital
on .Monday were Interred yesterday
In the English church cemetery, Rev.
A. Shildrick officiating.
Piano and organ tuning. V7. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 'phone L615, city.
Carnations galore at Tidy's florist
store, 7117 Col umbia streel. Phoni
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Vote for Keary and you vote for
the man who has helped to make the
exhibition,
est  asset.
New  Westminster's  great-
Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
MERRfTHEW & RAMSAY
 I    PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES    SIE%^iGM
odd fellows' block Also General  Repairs
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.     Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
The Ladies' Aid of tiie West End
Methodist church held ._ successful
meeting at the parsonage yesterday
afternoon, aboul twenty members being preseni. Final arrangements
were made for the bazaar and sale of
work which will be held in the old
Odd Fellows' hall on the afternoon
and evening of the coming Saturday.
Vote  for   Keary   and   safeguard   our | j
city.
Vour hox in a safety deposit vault
is a private affair. No one lias access
to it but yourself. Ami besides, it
I is safe and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then it costs |
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let i
us tell you aboui it. Dominion Trust
Co.. Ltd.. T. R. Pearson, manager,
New Westminster branch. 228-4
The Ladies' Aid Of Holy Tiinit,
Cathedral will hold a bazaar and sail
i of work this afternoon and evening
i :���: thi -'r I li oi ge's hall. Refreshments will be served, and in the
evening there will be a concert foi-
lowed by an informal dance.
THE ���
WESTMINSTER MUUtKN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A Practical School for
Practical People.
No oilier school in Canada���we
iiinke no exceptions���gives iis students such a broad and comprehensive business education, such abundant preparation for the Berious duties of life. Is the best too good for
you?
Day and Night School. Call or
write for particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, (inns and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If  vim   haven't   a   Savings   Account,
NOW is the hest time to start one.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker whan
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra n turn
trip arriving in tlie city in the even
ing. Trips will be made to Steveston  as  the  business  warrants. **
Wanted���Girl   to  assist   in   general
housework;    could go    to school at|
same   time.       Apply   .Mrs.   A.   E.   Ki
lington, 501 Queen's avenue, city.
Vote     for     Keary
street's completion.
and     Columbia
;n_ee
'1'tionp   18b.
Columbia
Barn   'Phone  13
Strict
r_Hgt;age   delivered    promptly    to
any  part of the cltj
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OEPO'I
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that I Intend to apply al the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
Ni w Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson. In the said City of
Xew Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. IB. 1909.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Ihe Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated lv69)
Paid up Capital   Stock.   ...$ 4.914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5.614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE. Manager.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'aes for Ladivs from ��12./5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'   open  face
16.00. '
Silver  Watches,  gents' open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
(Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two door* hom  G��o. Adam*, Grocer
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must take all the risks oj
themselves,
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
To din' at the Royal Cafe is now
recognized as the "right thing."
J. 11. Todd's music store will be
open every evening until 'j o'clock
from now on until Christmas.
The Royal Cafe is second to none
for  Iirst-class  service.
If it's anything in the way of fine
mechanical repairing take it to Webster, mechanical expert.
Chrysanthemums ror Sunday al
Tidy's florist stole, Columbia street.
Phone L1.S4.
Rev. I). 1-:. Hart of Vancouver will
recite a number of selections from
the poems of the late Ur. Drummond
al the concert which is being arranged by the Young People's Union
of the Olivet Baptist church for -Monday evening next at 8 o'clock.
1.0.
0. F.
The official opening of the I. O. O.
F. hall, on corner Elgth and Carnarvon streei. will take place iiii the evening of Wednesday, December 8,
1909, in the form of a social evening
and banquet.
A cordial invitation is herewith extended to the members of Royal City
City Lodge No. ���', and Amity Lodge
No. 2b. and Beulali Rebekah Deegree
Lodge No. 5, I. 0. 0. !���'. and visiting
hreihren, to be present.
Social   features  commencing  at   *
o'clock and banquet at 9 o'clock
D. K. MacKBNZIE
Chairman,
A. I). PTJRDY,
Sec'y of Committee,
Waterfrontage
330 feet deep waterfrontage on main
channel of river, per foot,
$35.00
This i.s the best proposition to be had.
I nis property will easily double in
value within a verv short time. For
lull particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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v.W:
HflHaej^^-MSSV.r
~"-.v' ,���,-;;,'   !: will be waited rr.on
- J chopping ia easiest
tegs
Mhop early in the morning
oerorethcthrongsarelre&test
You wish to give your family and friends presents
that will please them. It is growing near Christmas.
Unless the very thing you wish will be gone dont
you think you had better buy your presents now.
Besides, you know our salespeople are not too rush-
eel as they will be a few days before Christmas.
Glove Gifts
BOXED   IF   YOU   WISH
Complete stocks are now ready. "Reynier Gloves"
are appreciated because of their excellent fit and wear-
in   qualities.     Every   pair   is guaranteed....   u^�� ��..���   u .o
WOMEN'S GAI'NTLET
AND CAPE GLOVES, dogskin and mocha, fringed
backs.
WOMEN'S FINE FRENCH
KID GLOVES, in tan. black,
mauve.        oxblood,       navy,
green,  white',  per  pair. .
 $1.50, $1.75
WOMEN'S REAL FRENCH
KID, sofl  pliable quality, in
black and colors, pair. .$1.25
WOMEN'S        REINDE
SKIN, wool-lined, with I
wrist,   strap-dome   fastener.
Pair       $2.00
WOMEN'S CHAT SKIN
GLOVES, Mr at wri-1 wool-
lined.    Pair    $2.00
WOMEN'S'      TAN    CAPE
GLOVES, one-don
���heavy  quality.    P
HNftfctt
Ready With Thousands of Christmas Handkerchiefs
All Prices 5c up to $2.00
Handkerchiefs in holiday
quantities today, for we
have thousands to meet the
demand of Xmas buyers���
the largest and best stock
we ever had.
PLAIN WHITE LAWN
AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, hemstitched Ardors, wide and narrow hem.
Special value at 10c, 12 1-2c,
15c, 20c, 25c, 50c.
FANCY CROSSBAR Mt'S-
LIN   HANDKERCHIEFS,   in
a wide range of pretty effects, hemstitched borders.
Each       ..   . .   25c, 35c
FINE LAWN AND MUSLIN HANDKERCHIEFS,
With fancy scalloped and
embroidered edges, Each
    20c, 25c, 35c
PURE      IltlSH      LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS,   In   exquisitely     embriodered   ���
feels,    many    Btylea       I'
 65c, 75c, 85c, $1.00
FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, pure linen , ��� Dtres,
trimmed with real laceand
embroidery. Some vary
dainty things are shown.
Each $1.50 to $2.00
' '-'** Ess? <���'���:,>.
Pleasing ideas in Muslin Jabots, Hand-Made Chiffon and Lace Collars, Muslin and Linen Embroidered Collars. Silk Mufflers, Fancy Scarfs,
Automobile Scarfs and Scarfs for evening wear. The largest collection
we've ever had and the best values to pick from. Come now and you'll
have   the   choicest.     Prices   range   from    20c to $3.00
Christmas Knit Goods
Shawls, Scarfs, Golf Jackets, Sweaters, etc.   The new
goods just arrived in a grand showing with purchase tempting prices.
LADIES' GOLFERS, 38 inches long, ln white, navy, grey and brown, four buttons; fancy Btltehed
edge and  turnback cuffs   ������ ������.���. $7.75 to $9.7^
GOLFERS, in while, grey, navy and cardinal, also in plain dors, trimmed with contrasting
shades,   two   pockets     .......$3.50
GOLFERS, in grey, navy, cardinal, also in grey and cardinal, navy  and   cardinal,   with   turnover
collars and to button down, collar  front.     Special    $2.50
MISSES' GOLFERS,   in navy, also cardinal;  pretty fancy stitch,  with  two pockets $2.25
W. i COLLISTER & CO.
Neckwear for Christmas Gifts
The Real Swell Things are Here
in a Thousand Different Styles     i

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