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VOLUME 5, NUMBER 1.
MORNING JANUARY
mo.
���VMM ISLAND
Captain of Celestial Empire
discovered Productive
Grounds in Open Ocean.
iuver, B. C, Jan. t.���For the
. .,. ii, the history of the ball
,      0i the British Columbia
fish have been taken on the
u the open ocean to the west
.... island, the moat northerly
tin Que< u Charlotte islands,
banks, lying Horn    two    to
lies off the coast were dlscov-
Bll i,   i  iveeU by Capt. Rorvtck, ol
,   i . nadiun fli tiing Bteamer U-ieb-
li     |  p] ire, owned bj  the New England i . ���> company, according to the
statement of a member of the sh P s
On Hits virgin ground the Cel-
��� iiai blmplre made a catch of HO.Oou
ii jhub ol Qsh ia three days. In one In-
uce H00 fish are declared to nave
, ii all large, averaging in ihe vlcin-
ui _.' pounds apiece. Tne discu>-
ry oi the now fishing bunks was dir-
tytly due it' the facl  thai  the Cei< �����
|lal   Empire had  been  very   unlucky
.  lie     derations    on  tne    Heci
iinit. buiiiis, where she had workei
eigilt  days   with   1olal   IbsnilS  01
��� ion pounds of lisli.
Capt.  ftorvick is said to have de-
rtnined to venture out Into the un��
i   we ers on the west coast ol
ii i, [aland, on the chance oi lo-
ting a fishing banu. The steamer
taken   through   Parry   Passage
ul down  the  coast  to a  point on
ederlck  island,   where   prospecting
ia carried on. She had noi been long
'it  when    a    first-class    hank    was
ruck.   For  three   daya  fishing whs
isi cut. ,i and 140.0U0 pounds o; hali-
i.vd
ir   reached    vapcWvef
pounds ot fiah   Tester*
i Manhattan ulso oper-
I by the New England Fish com-
[paiiy, arrived in port with but 66,000
ii .:   oi  fish taken on the Hocate
rait   banks.   Fishing   oil   Frederick
' : ��� i   t-may ��.iily be prosecuted during
1 fine weather, and boats going the,.
aid the chance ct being' vaught hi a
I c.iie" m opeftsfvacer "on '    '
i>  ...t,  where Uiere is JaWol
|:h.l' v,     For  twu. qr  three
fsiui .  the surf Is cons'^ntiy "ni
over  .". -it plnnm-lea.   t;o>���������   ������
The survt-y steamer Egerla did
Wine work on that sec!ion of the
coast a yi. ,r ago, but her data has
not yet bee published In chart form.
Members   of     1910    Council   Will
Sworn in This Morning.
This morning between 11 and 1 ���
o'clock the council of 190a will formally vacate office and hand over the
reins of civic government to the
mayor and council of 1910. Formei
Mayor Keary and three aldermen, J.
Ken] ;���, E, .1. Fader and George
Adams are retiring and their places
will be taken by .Mayor J. A. l^-e and
Aldermen 11. Qilley, J. S. Bryson and
C. A. Welsh. At 11 o'clock W. H.
Keary will call the council to ordei
tor  the  last   time  lor at   least a year.
There is some business to transact,
such as receiving reports ot committees and the reading of the minutes
of the last meeting, and then the new
council will be sworn In. It is tl
probable thai the new council will attempt to transact any business, the
meel Lng being purely forn al.
The new cltj execu I- < is composed of Mayor i.< e and Aldermen J.
J. Johnston, A. W. Gray, C. A. Welsh,
Herbert Qilley, .1. B. Brye-m, J. Jar-
tline and J, Carter Smith.
CAitOfl LABELED 6UlTtii
WAS KEALLY DYNAMITE
Explosive   Shipped   in   Casts   Beariny
False  Labeis  Brings Trouble
to  Mastur of Vessel.
Portland, Or., Jan. 2.-���O. B. Ben-
atey, manager and pari owner oi the
steamer ttva, a small ocean-going
ctkft ig    >   Gardiner,   on tue
Umi,. . ..vc, was arrested by I nl-
ted States oilieers, charged with Shipping dynamite on a steam vessel, un-
U"i a law enacted by congress lu
1879. The offender is charged with
shipping the explosive in eases labeled butter, fruits, bacon and Other
commodities not contained therein,
and bj BUch subterfuge had hitherto
evaded detection bj government otli-
cials.
This is the first arrest noted undei
this statute, and as far as known the
lirst on this coast Hensley doi., no,
deny tlie charge, though he threatens
to light the case vigorously on the
grounds that Uio statute is obsolete
tuid .not ttwittcablo to modern traus
t&l&M'hcmam ���"* >tf!��  trial win
WtOB
iimm PUS8N p��
UNCitVEKS UGLY STORY
food  Unfit    for Lowest    Animals Offered to Prisoners���Woman
Tells of Cruelti
AILUH4, Gh.,*~J>
aruiorly^wverseer of
Rst i lying    before    the
fcnminitue, in addition hj^iorri
\ig tho saute* o.f cruet^A^sonera.
UNKNOWN   DEBTOR   SEND
THREE  DOLLARS TO  B.C.E.R.
Bashfully hiding his or her identity
under the pseudonym of "Debtor"' a
conscience-stricken Individual has remitter three dollars in hard cash to
D. J. McQuarrle, local manager ol the
B. C. E. K. with a hastily scribbled
note to the effect that the money was
owing to the company. Whether the
remitter has in the past stolen free
rides on freight cats, eluded the conductor's vigilant eye, or buncoed the
company with old tiansfers is an open quedtioikakut this at ltast.i
1)1
���_..���     cdndP       	
- tne fqod*8erttJ% ������ $ yjiif
mat evfli Toi'--the *****
rd of filthy   and   ln:<
^us,  declared that-
-rriaoners  was unfit
��wesi kind of animals. Prisonets
fequently showed bread containing
lies, he said, and out- man brought
Mm y piece of . Jtread containing a
^pidej^  Jlfa detwed the. place was
M'trun with vermin. -, ���
Pearl Bryan, one of the thW'WMie
jmen who    w>is   hung    up by hei
Kviists while ^t tne eiockade, said she
as strung up nearly forty-five nliu-
ites and was only taken down when
Lhcj saw blfbd running down her
lii'ms.
XARK GRIFFITH  WANTS
UMPIRES OFF THE flELD.
^''luinnuti, Jan. ^.--Manager
'Fink UriUitli of the National league
riilea committee, says Mure Is one
rule relating to bafiebbll UiuplrtiB
������   c h ouglit to be cl'.,itr*,l    \V
1 don't like to bs ��� ajR^ ,        :- r,
said  Griffith  yest'rcia;.,'i,,
make me  mad   oj  fevo pli
around in the way ^iiec ?-V<      ���������
good play on and  i..ve h '   u;
1'  and knoch the tvtton '        '       "ut-
"Very ril.m /.juaye '-' A* K��
wiong l>.'��au,^iirj ,u���,,. .. in the
u '>' a-..d ;t.. iTO^cc ��� ,>'see. 1
want thr-.K/-fovstand lifVouilleld
u1' ;; JAe i-t .;�� -Hnr aX.pjffe their
'''   l   >us lht��j>',' tho      mteijit'.piro re-
!.iUK. Tji .���ntJ   x)   , ^LtoWty at ai;
jfiv. i HuttiV, j^fr-   .diaijrule;  in forci-
w- undo" ba^K'-A-.," Ui^if'liss wr. u-
;''   jT'tuau m h'.\^j.m^ttU�� that the
���.pic wotftdi*��,a'd   BJS^lI.ttlo iifter
Long  distance  Tsleph jnln ,,
I'.lm'.i .on,  '.v.��u    k-MP'robab'y   the
fMMIGfr^NTS HELPED ON
W SOUTH WALES
Sydney, N.S.W.. Jan. 2.���The. legislature has voted $200,000 for assisted
passages for Immigrants. it 1b announced that there is a large demand
, ttareugliout New South Wales for
farfn idtpfers and domestic servants
and tbtt.FeTnttner.ative employment Is
araV$?Ne 'thronfb "tW pevcrninent bureau mi *he dkj^of lan|^flg.
_'.^���;���___
NORTH VAKIMA FANS WANT
TO  G*t  LEAGUE   FRANCHISE
i /     m ���
North Yaklnr^Jan. *2.���Manager J.
V.   Paue.  *��� the   ^'akiiria    baseball
lonft^at long ffl��
sage yet seht
'���ecelved bv.
fluy afternoon:
through tha   Kcii
'tHIej.bo .,; mes-
n Canada was
sbao'i on Fri-
|,ovcn   ,ent line
ay   c  intry has
Jttst hben completed, and Av. Griea-
bach was dHtBd iut dir*jc- by an old
friend tu FeuiU B t'., .ayor Sherwood Porehme; who -mdered him
the compUm irjT.6 ot the i.eason. The
distance bet\i cPa K-trin iton and Fer-
i>ie is iilruorfr, ��#?#& npndred miles,
but de^ite ���Mils spif��a oonveraation
Was .carrieii ^ Tvlthiat d'tficulty
team belle' es that North Yakima
business men will offer the financial
aid necsaary to secure the Portland
trtthuhl e. The sentiment here In fa-
\"i ! Joining the Nortltwestern
leaf ue is very strong. A definite
in ivement looking to securing the
rranchlae will be begun at once.
Payee managed the North Yakima
TU" i last season in the Yakima Val-
fej Baseball league, which brought
organized ball to a better standing
than ever before In this part Jf the
country. The local fan* like the idea
of getting Into a letter grade of ball,
and   should   be  able   to  furnish   the
ueeded support.
���
TORONTO ELECTS GEARY
MAYOR FOR THIS YEAR
.-  g,
 ^ .
five c 3:
_____    v _
S PER COPY.
fli WIPES GUI       IFifiV-iEVLN ENTRIES
TOWN OF BA..VIEW     FOR AVIATION MEET
BARTENDERS ARE  LICENSED.
Early Morning Conflagration Affair Will Be Bigger Than
Destroys  Every Business!   ProjeciorsExpected���$
House-Population of 400.!    000 in Cash Prizes.
Bellingham,   Jan.   2, -Meagre
ports from Bayvlew, o      e ci
re- I     Eos  Angeles,    Jan.    2.���From    the
i;   ���  oi entries for the aviation week
'   ���' mlleij s"",h "; thl   city, state it j u> he neiu in Eos Angeles Jnauary lu
was practlcailj  wiped oui by lire ear-   to ao, which    arc now    complete   it
y this morning. Even business hous3 would appear that the magnitude oi
in the town was dei roj ���,. the affair is to be fai   greaer than
the   telephone   oifl .��� wa.s burned even the expectation oi us projectors
and theer is no communication Wit i   n adi    it at the   sunt.     Fifty-seven
tnePla0e' I contestants for the prizes, which ag-
ihe town has a population of 400,   t  egati   (80,000  in  casii,  baeides n,
and is at Hi,   head to Padilla hay, had   merous trophies and cups, are down
no  railway   and  is  with   .    Bteamei   oa the lists, which are divided into
connectlqn,      I .    loss it    estimated   tin ��������� parts, one to    heavier-than-air
anywhere in ... .-. .       i to $100,000. aachlnes, one foi  ., lerli l1  balloons,
, ^.,^  ���^     ~" ""   one tor dirigibles.
lone  ROAD builder u. th(   diivison for heavier-than-air
!' ���! iii's there are more entries than
i: thi other two combined, which fac
i ounted for b) saying that half
of the contestants in tins division win
1 InE inwir.ioiih which win have
til st practical trials during this
LjiLDlN-i   IN   SILENCt
Hodg-
Jetmore, Kan., Jan. 2.���In
man county, 'his state, one man is
building a railroad by himself, unless
one counts the tour mules and the
scraper used m making the grade.
i his man U  Rudolf Myers, a native
��� it Jefferson county, Kan. tie is about
��� 0 yeai i old.
Myers has sought no bond is-- tes
and th<   right-of-way he has Becured
thus far ha boughl    with    his   o
money.   I- or   i Ighteen   months   evei
one \\ i o I ki I him  iuesl Li h
reci Ived onlj  a nod of ihe hi ,    I ���
his pains. Myers will say nothii
it.
This road Is planned to extend
from Jetmo ��� to Garden City, ."4
mill b. It will afford a ��� . with
the Jetmuir branch of the Banta Fe
Myers has comi I i ; ni ally two
mlli s of his roadbed, two of the
roughest mlli s of the proposed ���
CANADA   SHOWS   SPEED
IN    RAILROAD     BUILDING
Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 2.���In proportion
to population Canada is building more
me
California  furnishes    four  heavier-
thai air machines of new typeB, An
��� ���      two, and Oregon one.
Expect Big Crowd.
A large held ni ar Domiiig'iez Juno
tii   . c^iuu liuh ingten Uroliey linep
5el >.'.-u; -i..es   Angeles and
SAn lj"dio.  Wilmington, LoLg Beach
and Huntington beacn, hi B been Be-
i for the    place oi  holding the
contests oi   the  heavier-than-air ma-
cli oes, and a large f< rce of men an
ah ady at work on the grounds and
th<    gi  ndBtands.     Numerous1   spur
:   ing pm in by the Bunt-
i : arrangi -
fts frill be ample 10 handle crowds
ip r.    50,000,
.'n oigements About Completed.
f.*pbablj   thi   starting point of the
j fap.eiical   balloons  and  the   dirigibles
wi i be at a point on the line oi the
Huntington road,   between   Eos An-
: gel s and  Pasadena.      This ar-anse-
Dispensers of Wet Goods Now Offici
ally Recognised by Authorities.
Commencing Saturday January 1
all bartenders In this city at e licensed, the permit to draw c irks and
scrape the head of beer costing the
men behind the mahogany two dollars
in real money. Mosi of the men in
white jackets had a sufficiently large
hank account to take out the license
without having to borrow, while the
others save) their jobs by securing
an advance on their salary'.
Twenty-six licenses have been issued, all the men being members of
the local Bartenders' union. Several
of the batrenders consider the
amount charged for the license too
small, as the fee will not deter "floaters" from taking out. the necessary
permit and working here for only a
few days.
According to the bylaw which compelled the bartenders to take out a license, any man found selling 0r giving away liquor during prohibited
hours will have his permit revoked
immediately.
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SCORED
m GOALS
ENJOYABLE AFFAIR AT
ARMOURIES ON SATURDAY
Boys of    A and E Companies    Entertained Themselves and Their
Friends at Party.
A pleasant time v, at, spent at tne
Armories oa Nevi ifoar's Uaj by ������
targe uumocr oi the members oi A
aim B Companies, Sixth regiment
D.C.O.R., and their friends, o] .,
house being kept for all who careu
to call in. ine afternoon was spent
iu games and sports oi various kinds,
enjoj iiient rather than record-breaking being the object of tne diffi i
contests.
One of the most interesting events
was a basketball match between the
Bugle band and Vancouver Athletic
Club representatives, the latter winning by 17 points to lij. The piay
throughout was close and Clean, a
tribute being paid to the visitors by
the   committee  in   charge    alter   the
Visitors Defeated Rovers on
Saturday After Good Exhibition of Football.
miles of railways than i, the United   nv i.  abont corupleted, wl
States. Canada's entire rahroad mile- a!       everybody In ��>   Angeles and | game- The local team was c     -
age is now 233,000, wlncji is one mil* **��' "" a ami tl e n i i. rous sur-
to every 300 iu..ub:tau.s, as compared j romtfmb p.aces an excel ont oppoi
���with one mBe for eaou m inhabitant.- | ti�� in- . . witnessing the mghts oi the
i* ih^Ofiit'd t����l#i
^iCS" coulpiled* by th��; .jflpf*-
inspector tor ttfc year CTfwiiins^r!
show that 1909 was an exce.tent yeal
in this departuieni and fa:   exceeded i
the    two    preceding years.      During j Azff
1909 the total amount of the building ; s^? *
figures was    $9,22\l,o^ti,    which repre- j of Hit
sented 2497  permits and  2942  buildings.      In  1908  the  total   volume of
permits was $5,513,700. and in 1907,
?G,309,950.
it iJOl: In
.jag;, and    t  ihe same tune
JSSkffi Uiem'io miss ihe heavier-
'Jan. 2.-
JIM FLYNN KNOCKS OUT
JOE WILLIS IN SIX ROUNDS
Eos Angeles, Jan. 2.���Jim Flyiin,'
the Pueblo fireman, knocked out Joe
Willis, of San Francisco. Friday
��lght at McCarry's pavilion In the
sixth roun* of a scheduled ten-round
bquti^lt was one of the hardest
���luggfit matches ever put on here.
Emperor of Sahara Writes Play.
Paris, Jan. 2.���Jac [lies Lebaudy,
self-styled "ffltoperor oi the Sahara,''
has written slfclay called "The Heart
of the Sahara Desert," in which he
proposes to impersonate the leading:
character. It is stated he intends to
lease a theatre here and present the
play with "every Imaginable luxury of
scenery and costume."
Wte   tf.'r..   J-
-Mr. Oil of the Ci-
^atfofal    exlnbitlon,   has   n
��j   lett#r    from    Prjsidt in   11.
9--vm, *dio i ���  now  in  England
. that he has uiduced Brennan,
monWailway,  to place his in-
. exhibition at tho 1910 exposi-
A  section  o;  railway  will be
i:ct��d at the exhibition grounds
a ,     i   nominal fare  wi,i  be charged
t    -.   wiio ride on it.
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STEVEDORES LIKELY TO
STRIKE AT ABERDEEN
A'oerdeen. Jan. 2.���As a result of
the lumber manufacturers and ship
owners refusing to recognize the
Stevedores' union, there is, according
to a prominent lumberman, likeli
hood that the union will, in the near
future, declare a general strike, and
thai complete stagnation may occur
in the lumber manufacturing business
on Grays harbor.
Up to the present stevedoring has
been carried on on an "open shop"
basis, but it is asserted that recently
there lias been active organization
among the longshoremen, with an aliened intent in view of forcing recognition of the union.
of   Wlntemute,   O'Connor, Warttison
Doherty and Cook.
A musical program, under the direction ot Bandmaster Eesiie, was given
by the Bugle baud bo>s, the different
pieces being thoroughly appreciated
by all present.     The Oxeubuiy brot.v
.    1-   ���i.v<��   ..-b.-gt.;       frUU      -   ..ul.ilj^i    Ot.
musical selections.
Much of the success of the entertainment is due to the energetic committee In charge, which consisted of
Col-sergt. Kelly (cbaiimauj, WergtS
Eesiie and Burnett, Pts. Keliy, Cor-
bett, Ramsay and Parliament, the lac
ter two being in charge of the com
missariat.
The Hovers went down to tlu ii
fourth defeat tills season on SatUTua]
When the Shamrocks put thern down
and out by a score of two goals to
one. The local men put up a pretty
good exhibition of football, but the
ground was verj uncertain and their
opponents too strong. Ki feree Mac-
Uowan gave good satisfaction although he passed up some oa sides
and did not see several at tempts,
more or less glaring, on the part ol
men on both sides to indulge iu
tripping.
It can hardly be said that the victors had the better of the play, but
they seemed to take advantage ot
their opportunities more readily than
the Hovers. The shooting of the
Hovers can be described by the one
word, "Rotten" Whenever the bait
got anywhere near the Vancouver
nets some of the locals com l be relied upon to try and kick the bai/
through the tail of llalley's comet, or
Jam it any old place except where it
should have been played,
Fights on the  Field.
The game was marred by a couple
of scraps.     Davtes and Johnson had
<t ,,iigi.:. argument    iiil    Flndlay and
badeuoch gave an imitation of   the
Jeftrles-Ketchell    batile.      The    last
affair  was  rather    serious.      In the
last  ten  minutes, ETndlay and Badeuoch got into a wrangle which ended
in  the  former  landing the  latter an
unlooked-for    blow    on   the    mouth
which sent him to the ground.     The
crowd rushed in  and prevented further  hostilities  for the    time being,
but immediately after 'he game they
went  at it again  and Badenocj  was
handed another on the face that ai-
most relieved him of Interest ia current events.     Just which t . the men
was to blame is noi certain, but Find-
lay lias a bad name m the league.
Bruce in Poor Shape.
Caydzlen was the star man on the
local team, getting the bah awsy
from  his  check  wh.-u  he  bad  'milt  a
NO  FOOD FOR  EIGHT DAYS,
MINER  IS SAVED BV DOC
Mancos,    Colo.,    Jan. 2.���Rendered
helpless from injuries in his mine QU
 Ifa
MRS. SAGE DONATES
$660,000 TO TALE
FILLING THE SLATE
rOii NANAiMil tltUiON
East Mancos ri-'er, Willfam Schubert,
an aged miuer, was rescued after hav-
ing gone eight days witiioui food.
Schubert's life was saved by his dog,
which appeared at the cabin of J. A.
Flynn, a neighboitag prospector, in a
half-starved condition, lafestigatiou
disclosed Schubert's absence flgm bH|n
cabin and furt'-er searc
finding him unconscious in
of his mine.
(OorUinued on Page E
RELitl VUitLU TO   '   *������
STRIKING SWITkilHEN
More  Money  Forthcoming  if    Necessary���Twenty Thuosand Men
May Yet Take Part.
/��
e tunnei
BADEN-POWELL'S LATEST.
calling tUMnen
tirely WttSffresi.
Buys   Sachem   Wood .Estate,   Saying
She  Is DMccndant of College's
First President.
Toronto, Jan. 2,���Geary was elected mayor by about 4000 majority yesterday over Hocken. Ward, Church,
Spence and Harrison were elected
controllers In the order named.
The tubes plebiscite carried by a
large majority. The Bloor street viaduct proposal was defeated by about
2000.
The follwlong are the first four
aldermen In each ward: First Phe-
lan, Chlsholm, Saunderson, Hlllton.
Second, O'Nell, Rowland, Hambly,
Yeoman*. Third, Magutre, McBrido,
Heyd, Hughes. Fourth, Weston, Mc-
Murrlch, Commerford. Hacker. Firth.
Dntin, Dockefcy, Whytock, May.
Sixth, McCarthy, Causland.^Brien,
Spence.
New Haven, Conn., Jan. 2.���Au-
nuoucemeut was made tonight of an
offer by Mrs, Husstil Sage to Yale
University of a gift Of $650,000 to
meet the entire cosi of securing the
thirty-acre park at the end of Hill-
house avenue, known as the Sachem
Wood estate, or Hlllhouse property.
The offer will be accepted.
Mrs. Sage's letter of gift under date
of December 28, 1909, says:
"As a descendant of Abraham Pier-
son, the first - president of Yale, 1
have an ancestral interest in that uni
Two Candidates for Mayoralty In Coal
City���Many Aspirants for Al-
dermanic Honors.
Xanaimo, Jan. 2.���Mayor Hodgson
has authorized the statement that he
will be a candidate for re-election on
January 13. Aid. Piauta will run lu
opposition to Mayor Hodgson.
Father of Boy Scout Movement Turns
Attention to the Girls.
London, Jan. 2.���Gen. Baden-Powell
whose "boy scouts" now muster ��"
fewer than 300,000 throughout Great
Britain, lias founded a girls' branch
of the corps, which he thinks will develop into a useful training body for
the existing Voluntary Aid Organization, formed to provide nurses in case
of war.
The general has l��ued a gins
guide laving down the course of training for the feminine- scojts. Their
duties will include tracking (to And
the wounded), signalling (to send
messages for bringing the ambulance
to the spot), first aid to bandage
wounds temporarily, transportation of
wounded, cooking, nursiug and convalescent nursing.
The girl scouts will wear a smart
uniform, based on the ordinary play
dress of young English girls���blue
skirts,   Jersey   and    Tam o'Shanter,
Buffalo, Jan. 2.���The grand lodge-
���fllceVs of the Switciimeu's union ot
North America yesterday voted *15.-
000 for the relief' of striking swuch-
men in the Noitnwest. The sum
will- be duplicated later on, ii necessary, it was stated.
None of the  . officials  here "Wpudd
make a|Bt��temeut as to the posslbUlfr
f an-ellMisioll ot the frrlke to ale
��
ChJcHgo-Buft'ulo district,
dum voie in favor of
ittere*
iujj^
been taken,
*  1
��' U,e ^^fftJSTS  *:i��h"iho addhion or a cape Imng on
Aid. Shaw
again seek re-election lu the North
ward, Aid. Planta dropping out to
contest the mayoralty with Mayor
j Hodgson. For the vacancy caused
! by Aid. Planta's retirement there will
verslty. 1 have known for some time : doubtless be one or more Candida es,
of the effort to obtain for Yale the among the names of probable aspa-
Sachem Wood, or Hlllhouse estate, as ants mentioned being John u>ouin,
a new campus, and I know how impor- president of the ClUie ^league, in
tant it seems to many members of the the middle wa-d Aid. Shcphe d naa
corporation and faculty at this parti-! declared his iuten tonol ret ring.am
cular rW 1 understand that this | Booth has not fully de�� ded whether
property was bought about four years i to seek-re-elect on and Aid. .Busby wn
Sgo subject to a large mortgage by | again run. There are no new candl-
a group of public-spirited graduates, dates as yet who have announced
who undertook to carry it until a themselves, but rumor says ex.-Ald
donor could be found, who would
transfer it without debt to the univer
sity.
I will be pleased, if agreeable to
Knarston and ex-Aid. Hodgklnson will
again be in the field. Aid. McRae
aid Aid. Cavalsky will again be in
th\ field in the south    ward.     Aid.
the coVporaUorrpayts cosC which Graham being Inclined to retire, but
I understand to amount, with interest as y ��t he la not fully decided. La-
Ld carrying charges to $050,000, and j mont Ross is the only new candidate
to presen U to the university 'as a who has declared his intention of con-
rift from me, wUhout condition or re-1 testing *���**�� ward, although iMs
strictlon. payment to be made on or reportr
before February 1 next." I in the
the back, gauntlet gloves and a belt.
ROYAL NORTHWEST POLICE
8TART LONG TRIP NORTH
Dawson, Jan. 2.���The Royal Northwest mounted police expedition left
Dawson today through trackless Arctic wilderness for a trip of 500 miles
for Fort McPherson and Herschel island, carrying mail and official dispatches to police posts, whalers and
traders there. Constable Dempster, in
charge of the party, has four men
with him and four teams of five dogs
each. They travel the entire distance to McPherson without replenishing supplies except from game
which now is scarce. The party has
2500 pounds of outfit and supplies,
most ot which is food. They go via
Twelve mile and Peel rivers, taking
the Seeley pass through.the Rockies.
The expedMlDn is ��xpected back In
the middle of Marct. For endurance
' Watson will also be and distance the trip is not unll|g a
dash to the pole and retain.
andsjmM
o��,rfo.fP-rea
'resident frank W-..wPsV,.>
ley.     The grand board will be iu s*&��'*
siou her for several days, and a quorum of the grand lodge can oe secured
at any time to meet an emergency.
 ! ..
Washington, D.C., Jan. 1.���What
can be done to briu"\ together the
railroadB of the Northwest and th��
striking switchmen, who number 250��
or thereabouts, engaged the formal
attention of the mediators in the SL
Paul strike today, though the formal
conference between Chairman Koapp
of the Interstate Commerce Commission, Commander of Labor Nelu, and
II. B. Perham, head of the railway
branch of the American Federation ot
Labor, will ����ot be* resumed until
Monday.
"If an amicable adjustment of the
differences is not leached the Btrike
will spread, and probably 20,000 men
will become Involved," declared Mr.
H. B. Perham today. "This Increase
will not be among the switchmen,
alone, but will come from other organizations, like the freight handler*,
the boilermakers and such affiliated
associations. The switchmen are for
peace, if possible, but are determined
on a general Btrike if the plana for
mediation fail."
Mr. Perham, however, is hopeful eC
some peaceful settlement.
PRINCE  RUPERT  LOTS
SELL FOR HIGH  FIGURE
Prince Rupert, Jan. 2.���The sale o*
lots 11 and 12, block 18, section 1. to
announced. C. Planitz, of the BrlttiM
Columbia Real Estate Syndicate, wan
the purchaser, and F. Crandell tha
vendor. The sum ot $21,600 waa
the price paid. This ia generally
conceded to be one of the ehotowt
locations in town, and tor that reatoto
has brought the top figure in realty
values so far. It (lea directly across
Second avenue from what waa at tin
sale the top notch value In town !
the much-talked-of $16,500 cor
CalculatiQLXne rate per toot frontaga
this property   i��iwor*h   1358.33 ftar
toot.
r
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9 PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910.
Tke   A.v��erujre  Mnn.
*Tlie avetage man when he I* ��
'���toy." a trifle Involvedly ruminated th��
old codger, "decides that when he
grows up he ���will be a drum major or <i i
bandit, triumphantly survive battles,
shipwrecks and holocaust;; aud gal- '
lanuy protect innocence and beauty in
distress. But the average boy when h*
becomes a man finds himself so busy
Satisfying the appetite of the always
hungry mortgage, endeavoring to
achieve but never attaining the eminence of being the head of his own
household, chasing at the earnest so
lieiiation of his many friends the po-,
tltical prominence which forever eludes
Bim, selecting the particular brand oi
health fodder that Will Injure him lb-
least, running after or away froit
something or other, getting off a tew
well chosen words, trying to collect 01
evade that which Is Justly coming tc
aim, placating bis wife's relatives, ac
cumulating baldness, pointing with
t>rlde or viewing with alarm, and so on
and so forth, that before lie has time to
be anything more protuberant that)
ane of the ciphers of the millions tin'.
Inhibit this land of the free bis mes
friends are walking' slow behind bin
ami saying that Bill was a pretty good
teller, but- and his women friends ar��
ehastenedly wondering how soon ths
Widow will marry again. That's al
there is to the average man."���Puck.
Olio  Word's  HfitniiiKM.
English Is a  most remarkable lun
gtuage.  It has some peculiarities of a:
extraordinarily   rich   vocabulary   anC
others of the poorest and most barre:
tongue, sep;.','..to words for minute (lis
Unctions and single words that hnv.
many  meanings,   Many   examples o*
both peculiarities can be found In th
Dialect  Dictionary, an English pn >':
cation. Every farmer's I oy knows ho?
to use the �� >rds lamb, sheep, ewe ac<!
ram, but h8w many of them would liable to define the words tag. tup-h <.
teaser, tvp-seg, tup-yeld and she t >olh
eu.'b of w!ii< li fixes the age or the se?
of i sheep 1  For example, a tup-h >����� ',���
a young ram before the first shearing
On   the   '.!!���:���   hand,   take   the   won
rack.   As tised by people In one pan
of England or another it may me i    >
neck of mutton, the bones of a di
horse, a blew, a slurp pain, a kltohe
fireplace, i art of n hand loom  �� recc
In a river, u ford, a pathway  a rut, i
gap In a hfadge, a flj Ing cloud, to pour "'���
liquor, to litack. These are the unusui
meanings, and there are others mon
common.--K outh's Companion.
Tlie   SSntiio  or  Liberty,
The  Colossus   of   Rb ides  probablj
never br m ht any  returns In cash to
the city, but its tradition will last
when everything else Rhodeslan is entirely lost from history. So with this
Statu.; of Liberty. U gives a welcome
to e> erj stranger \. b i c imes to America to seek bis fortune In a country
which has been the friend of tlie oppressed for centuries. It is hailed with
Joy by every American who catches a
glimpse of it as he returns from a so
journ ;.n Europe, its meaning is more
apparent alter a short absence from
America than perhaps it was before
6ucb an experience. It is one of the
few things which we have which is
not commercialized.���Chicago Tribune.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands With,
lu the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is tlid sole head of a family
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at
the local land office for the district
In which the land is siluaie. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of mi Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected  there-
'Willi   under    one    ol    the    following
plans:
it) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
'father Is decased), of the homestead! i
'resides upon a (arm In the vicinity of
'the land entered for, the requirements
Ins  to  residence may   be  tfa I    ed   by
such person residing with tin   father
or mother,
(3) If the setth-r 1ms his uerman ni
n sldi ie e upon tan Ing I id ovs n--u
li\ I.im In the vl< lui ol - I"1 ue
stead, the r< qulrements a to resld 'nee
: i. be satisfied by residence upon
the said hind.
Six months' notice >���> writing should
I ������ given to the commissioner ol Do
minion lands al Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Ci al.- Coal mining rights may be
��� asi i for a period of twenty on ���
years al in annual rental of ?! pi i
acre. Not more than 25G0 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
c i : any. A royalty at the rate of
Bv, a nts per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
YV. \\ CORY.
Deputy or the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���l nauthorlzed publl ia! Ion ot
this advertisement will m>i be paid
for.
Bank of Montreal    Classified   Advertiscmcolg
ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward.
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
innum (present rate).
rrtta'   Assets over $168,000,000.00;
(����'.��'  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
FIVE OR SIX-ROOMED FURN1SH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. F. Daily News.
FURNITURE
W. 1*:. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 170, night call 81.
PIANO TO RENT.
TO RENT���UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD
condition. Write Miss F, N., care
of Daily News.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE -FIRST-CLASS PIANO
(Nordheimer); snap for cash al 703
\ mes : treet. 298-10
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GKO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Pood
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.G. GoastSS. Sailings I
ROOMS TO   RENT.
TO     LET���TWO     ROOMS      WITH
hoard. Apply 527 Carnarvon street.
FROM VANCOUVER.
To  Victoria���Dally  at   1:30  p.m.
To   Alaska     Nov. :   1,   r   :':',.   11   p.m.
To   Queen   ( li irlotte   Island���November 18.
To N   ia.li   ���   Union, Comox���Tuesday   and   Thursday   al   2   p.m.;   Monday. 11 p.m.
To Nanuli io  -] (ally al 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser    river t ��� Chllliwack
and      way    points       ��� imei     B 'aver
leaves     Wostminstei s   a.m.   on
Monday, Wednesday an i Fi (day; returning, lea * i s Chillh\ ac] al 7 a.m
on Tuesday. Thins la) an 1 Saturday.
For further pari Icul ��� call or ad
in ss
ED. GOULET, Agent,
.v  ���;���; VVi sl minsti r
or
C. B. FO ITER,
As t. G m. P v ent,
Vanco iver. B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
MECHANICAL.
FINK  M   i' I1NE  WORK  AND GE
eral  repairing.  Anythin;     froi      ��� ���
tcb or clock  to an    i  i	
W. Webster, i n cl ai i ���    i   p i'1   No.
10  Slxtli   ; treet,    Domini in    Ti as,
lock.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Bta-
bles.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Limited. Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants ami sp"ei Iflcatto i- prepared.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, BHILES &  CO.
Real Estate and Insuran Agents-
City, farm and suoiirhan property.
260 Colum' la bL-i
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
VIONI   u   .. rAL WORKS, .1 VS.
M      iv, i icturer and  Importer
of uiounn ent .: tornbi torn s, bu Iding
e tone, etc. Sat Isfaci Ion g uai anti ed,
Columhla  street,  New  Westminster.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 3S4.
MUflC
MRS.  C,  C,   i ������ iHER,  EX-PUPIL OK
Carlotta  Au  a I, Oxford, and G.  F.
Sims. Mns.  B ic. Oxon., teach r of
music, singing and harmony.
PAPER   HA!"Glr'G   &  DECORATING.
WOODWORKING.
\\ ESTMINSTER WOODWOIIM.no
Co., hank, office and store httnigs;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work.    Designs and esti
mates  furnished.
prietor.      Works:
and car line.     P.
473.
J.   Brookes,   pro-
Corner  Eleventh
O. box 251, Phone
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27. -
The regular meeting ol this I" ��� I
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Carnar
von street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. li
���Meetings the fir-tu nd third Tuesday In each month, /isitlng brethren cordially Invited to alt- ml.
Lodge room, a. o. u. \y. hall, Oddfellows'  : lock. Clarkson stin ..
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
I
I.   HI SON'.   WALL  PAPER,   KOUM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and Sauitas;
It. T. PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC-      house   painting,   kalsomtnlng,  paper
countant.      Audits made.    Systems      nan Ing    and    decorating.      Sixth
organized,    Agenl  for the Hall Safe      street.  New   Westminster.
Co.    Room   9,   Wi   ti  Instei     '1' i, t i	
block.      T. O.  Box  795. PIANO TUNING.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F,
'de is the foui th    Friday   in   the
month  at    8 o'cloi k. In  the small
hah, Oddfellows" block.
FRA1 ERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerle No. 20.���Mi et8 every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagli i'
ball. Columbia Btreet. .1. N. Altcb,
eson, W. Pres.; ii. Schofleld, He,to
tary.
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW v. I ST-
minsti r B ar I [ Trade me is a tne
board room, City Hall, as fpllows:
Third Thursday of each month;
iua rti rlj i teetlng on the thi d
Thurs lay of I y, May. August
and Nov     b       it b p.m.      A.n i tal
etlnga on  the th' 'tl Thursday or
Ft bruary.    New   members   ma
o osi ,1 and ��� I rtod at any ti
iv  or    riuarterly    meeting,      c.  H.
��� i uart-Wade, sect etary
IHe  Wrong  Line.
A society which disseminates moral
literature once sen! a railway manager
a large number of free tracts to place
In the waiting rooms. One was entitled, "A Route to the New Jerusalem."
The loiter which the moral literature
society received in reply declined the
tracts. "We cannot place the tracts,"
, iwrote the manager, "as the N. J. is not
on our system."
i <lnlf# n   Vnrlety. ^
The   fajBhiomible  girl   had   accepted.
liJkM^ ^e ''Wkt* nmu was w��uderln;
'���Wvfflsrht* SS^aPveek would go.,
* "Y^-umst remember irmttte Is not
all golfnnd tennis," murmured he.
"Why, of course It Isn't" she re
���ponded brightly. "There's boating and
coaching and bridge and ever so manj
things."���Louisville ('ourier-Journnl.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
::���- iVLiy  I >*:.:��� i    v . ,- r ..
You will lind it to year advantagi
t> arrange your hooking at this office
whether you intend to travel or send
Ing for your friends.
For dales of sailing and particulars
apply to
E.  GOULET.
C. P. it. Agent
Re Lots 96 and 97, I'd ick G   bung
' parts of lots     30   gi        -
��� New  Wet ���!
When as proof of the loss of certi
Qcate of ti       :o. 5717F i ;^a d in thi
: name of    "      arel    Easily Atkinson,
' has been ft)   I In this office.
Notice is hi n by give,: thai It     ;
at the expiration of one month from
I thi   date of ��� : ublicatlon ' ���  ���
' of, In a dall; ���. ���   r publish   ; In
the city o i       inster, I a '���<
a   dupllcati   of    ill    said   ci rtlficate.
j   uiiii ss In mi intlm    vi lid  6b]< c
tion be mad" to i ie In  writii g,
C. S. KEITH,
Distrl :i  I     Istrar of Titles.
Land  R    Istry C fee,     Ne\s   W< St
minster, B. C, D cember 1, 1P09.
II. J. A. BURNETT
Accountant. T I,
Westminster True
AUDI roil AND
���   I R 7
Bio    .
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repa red by your local tuner, W. E,
Martin, Mns. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
CABINET   MAKING.
U.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,     CABINET-
makei   and    ipholst  rer   425  Cl
son    sir,, I    (behind    Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture In ftr and o k.
PRINTERS.
I WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEUY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. ��� Box 142- Old
Dally  News  Block. Sixth  street.
CHIMNEY   SWEEP' JG.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING     .ND   GUT-
ti r cleaning.     D. McElioy, Tel. loO
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the
through the columns of THE
NEWS.    The   Morn.ng   Paper
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    4c    CAFE
Tickets, ^1 meals for *l. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night     Opposite tram office.
SON'S OF SCOTLAND BENIi 'IT AS-
��� nelatlon, Lord of the Isles (''' rip
191- Mi its on tin Br t and third
Tuesday 0f every montl i '������ of P.
hall,     Chief, w. Sutherland.
I. O. ,-*^f.���ROYAL Cm umou
\ i. ,'t-M': is in Oddfellow - hall,
Columbia stree . i ,ery Fi Iday i veu
Ing al s o'clock. Visiting brethren
win be made welcome, G. !���'.. Gliley,
N. G.; ('��� E Osl orne, P G recording secretary
WWWWHWfflra'^'^'j^^
jSMAKING ��� St ITS,    SKIRTS,
id Waists. 728 lioyal avenue, -
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
WE Lfl^iJfvNL SELL FURNITURE
and alwk'.'ds. nf p . and Beoond
h tml g'od.-. A Speck, near Tram
office.
STENOGRAPHY
W    *^.v,
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone  R278.    Tne  place  where
dirt and dust Is removed from  the CUSTOM
&.   TYPEWRITING
PULLMAN     BUNTING,     KOUM
Guichon block.     1'. O. Box B94,
STENOGRAPHl
OTHER FRATERNAL SOC! L'l'li.S
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
I-', and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17. A. F. ami A M.: 1. O, L.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, no, 4683, I. O. F.; C o.
F. Court Westminster, No. no;
Brotherhood  of Owls.  Nesi   No. Vi.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCTL
1283���Meets second and fourth
Mondays al 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
fibre���not pressed in.
for and delivered.
Goods called
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
Typewriting;
letters, etc.
liimhla street.
AND
copy    work,  business
Province    Office,  Co
Phone r,2.
V4NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
fc,|THE    PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
dealers     In    electrical    machinery,
TAILORS.
galvin, ladies' and mi
Xu
m&er,
At   the  Doc-tors'   (lull.
"Carvus, was Unit operation you per
formed on old Hunks successful?"
"Successful?   Yes; singularly so."
"Singularly?   Then he's recovering.
la he?"���Chicago Tribune.
A Runslau does not become of age
until he Is tweuty-slx.
He  Di-crr^n  Night.
Mart Hoover years uro, when Ksb
#fts was not the cultivated com moo.
wealth it has since become, had sent I
Consignment of corn to a commissio��
merchant in Kansas City The mer
chant telegraphed, telllnif the consign
or. "Your credit is $27.40. Draw oi
me at sight."
But Hoover was mad. He had ej
pected his money, and none came. II"
felt he had been duped, and he trea<
���red up the grievance. One time
about sir weeks later, the commission
man came to Hoover's town, got o<at
Of the bus nnd started to walk dowr
the street. Hoover saw him and In
���tantly drew his revolver and fired
Bis eye was fairly good. The bnllei
ent away the merchant's necktie six'
tnfasteued his collar.
Then Hoover put up his gun.
"That's expensive shootlu'," said \\t
���tmt I reckon you'ro as sorry as I am.*
"What do you mean?" demanded thi
tewL constable, arresting the gun mat
"He told me to," said Iloover, sur
prised.
"Told you to?" demanded the whin
cheeked city man. "1 never did anjr
fhiug of ti��e kind!"
"Xou did," said Hoover. And, dtnw
tag out the telegram, he read:
* TVaw on me at sight'
"* deo�� ttw mM tat.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Manutuctuteri and Dealers m All Kina" ot
er,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,^Sash,   Doors,
nterior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
N'S TAi
lorinjs.     A new    line    of full Bulb
fixtures and nupplies, house wir ng, ���    Jn- tf�� '"���   . R"tiou,rnakl0E, press-
ing and repairing. Room 9, Simth
block. Entrances G2."> Columhla St.
aud 264 Clarkson St.    Phone Rods
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 3ul, P. O. Pox 928.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS, BARR18-
tvrs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Rlock, Columbia street, New
Westminster, W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds,
^ei
m
.Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. \ . indsor Hotel.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE, Jta2   COLUM-
ibia street. Fins-crass moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
WADE, WHBALLBR & McQUARRlE
C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
Mc^uarcM|.     Solicitors,    lliirrls-
rs, to1.,  itkBiprrie street, opposite
courthouse,    " "New      Wer-tminster,
t^hajje 143. Vancouver offices,
noms 20 and 21, Williams building, 113 Granville Btreet, comer of
Hastings street.
GEORGE K. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon w����Ki ,JT>
lumhitt and McKenzie Sis., New
Westminster. U. C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
Take notice that an application has
been ma le to register Charles Bradbury as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the reeve
and clerk of Burnaby to Charles Bradbury, bearing date the 16th day of
July, A. D��� 1908, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lyitiK and being
in the District of New Vtaitminsler,
In (ho Province of UritisVrColuinbia,
more particularly known and described as Lots 15 and 10, subdivision
of Mock 2, of part of Lot 29, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
In the said land bj desccut, whoso
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest, the claim of
the tax purchaser w'thin forty-five
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being illed within such period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in respect of the said land, and I shall
register Charles Bradbury as owner
thereof in fee. And 1 hereby ender
that publication of this notice for
thirty days in a daily newspaper published in New Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Ofllo
New Westminster, Province of Brlt-
,i��h Columbia, this 30th day of November, A. D., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James Ililand, James Highland.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN  that
""and    Trunk    Pacific    Branch
Lines Company will apply to the
Parliament of Canada, at its pw-seut
session for an Act further amending
the Act lncorpoijfttlng the Company,
chapter 99 of the��StatuU's of 1906, as
amended by Statute 80 of the Statutes
of I9ti9 by authorizing the construction of the following additional lines
of railway:��� w
tl) From a point on the Western
Division of the Grand ^Tunk Pacific
Ruilypy between trie easT limll of
of Range 12 and the West limit ��f
Range 17, west of the third merldl a
thence in a southwesterly and westerly direction to a point iu Ihe vlei i-
ity of Calgary, or to a point on the
linn which the Company Is nulho -
ized under paragraph 14 of clause H
of said chapter 99 to construct to
Calgary:
(2) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (l�� between the east limit of Range 2(1 and
the west limit of Range 28, west of
the third meridian, thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction to
Regina or to appoint In the vicinity
thereof.
Ci) From a point on the proposed
lino mentioned In paragraph (2) between the east limit of Range 21 and
the west limit of Range 27, west of
the second meridian to Moose Jaw,
of to a point in the vicinity thereof;
(4) From a point on the westerly
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific j
railway between Artiand and Wain-
wrlght, thence In an easterly and
soul beasterly direction to a point on
the line which Ihe company is authorized by paragraph 13 of clause n of
said chapter 99, to be constructed to
Rattleford.
(6) From Regina or a point in the
vicinity thereof, thence in a south-
wesertly and westerly direction to ]
Lethbrldge or to a pointjn the vicinity of Lethbrldge on the line which
the Company is, under paragraph 14
of clause 11 of said chapter 99, authorized to construct from ftelgary to
the southern boundary of the province of" Alberta at or near Coutts,
(6) From a point, on the main line
of the Western Division between
Moose Lake and Tote Jaflne Cache,
thenoe through the drainage of the
Clearwater River, Bonagjrl ��� River,
Seton and Anderson Lakes and the
Lillooet River or the Bquamlsh River
Or    between    the    last    two    livers    to
Vancouver. Briiish Columbia authorizing an issue of bonds to the extent
of J30���000 a mile of the said lines of
railway, numbered (l) to (6) inclusive and comprising t li - ��� said lines
within what are defined by the Bald
Act as the���(AMan 'oba, Saskatchewan
and Albert^ intensions"; authorizing
tin issue yjf i)0t,ds to the extent ol
$50,000 a tfiiu> of Hie said line of railway numbered ((���) nml comprising
the said lLn within fna1 is defined
by the saiJf Act as tm "British Coin
umlila ExiVnsions-," ani a'so amending paragraph n of clause H ��f the
said Act, ni regards th'V\l,llu'l'M tPV"
minus or life :<-U; ihe.viiy arborized,
in he consi��nCted from Regina t" the
inlornnlionr|r' boundary at oi near
North Porta};
Dated at \Wontroal this 29th day i)[
November, 1909.
\    W. H. BIGGAR,
jSolicitor for Applicant*
NOTICE RE LULU I3LAND BRIDGE.
The condition* or the old bridge is
not considered ,safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned agalnsfj    hauling  loads  ot
ag to do m> after
Jje all the ri8ks oa
any kind over it.
Persons contlninY,
this notice must tai
themselves.
By order. W. A.' DUNCAN,
' xiity ClerK-
City Hall, New Westminster, Juiv
23rd. 1909. \
MAKE YOUR APPtAL to')*he publlo
through the columns of T+iE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
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i- ��ll���f.il!|^lffy^g|ff!!!!pw^, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREL.
Clip The Horse
One of tin' greatest improvements ever Introduced Into
tabls managements, according to leading veterinarians, is the
custom of clipping horses.
\ clipped hors will noi only do a greater amounl of
voi'li than a horse With Its natural coat, bul Will al the same
Mme have more lit; in him. On the other hand, the undipped
I orBe \\ill be dull, out of condition, and seldom If ever dry
,,'  clean.
Clipping again removes the tendency to sweat, and there
I-   ii"   comparison   between a long wet coat and a short, dry
one.
ji will pay to put one of our Twentieth Century Clippers
I    Your stable.    Call in and  let  us explain  to you  th ! slmplic-
convenience in handling, and the advantages of using
machines.
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is hen by  given that ah application  will  be  made  under  Part. V.
lot the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
licence In  the fourth  division of <1|('
| North half oi Lot 3, District of New
Westminster.
ia. i The name, address and OCCU-
: put ion of tin applicant, Elzo J. Whlt-
' ein i, farmei, Burquitlam', 13. C.
til  for m uing purposes) Free -Miners' certificate No.
ik)     The name of ihe lake, stream
or source Uf unnamed,   the   descrip-
1 Hon i   '      ilos Cn ek.
(c.)    The     point.     of     diversion,
swamps ami splines on said property.
id.i    'I he quantity of water ap] I   d
for  i in cubic feel   per second)    One-
I   i    irtei of cubic foot.
TENDERS   FOR   FREIGHTING   SUPPLIES   FOR   THE   YUKON
TELEGRAPH     LINE.
ROOSEVELT   MAY   RETURN
BY WAY OF PACIFIC
EXTENSION  OF TIME.
Th    time toi   receiving tend, rs for ,
l'reH uting ol  supplies for the   * "1���" |
Ti legri  h Line In the course of the ,
ins of  1910,  1911   and    1912,    is |
est, n,i   |   to  Tuesday.   Fi bru-
ai      L5, I! in. Tenders are to be sealed ,
and ��� ndorsi d "Tendi r   for    Packing
Supplies."   and   addressed   to   the   un-
led. ~r'
Fo .. S Of tender and specifications
may b ��� obtained and form Ot contract j
seen on application to Mr. J. T. Phel-
an, ;' erintendent of Goveinmt nt
I as, Vancouver, B. C, Mr.
Win. enderson, District Superinten-
denl Government Telegraphs. Victor-
! ia,  i.   C, and from the   Government
OTIAWANS CLAIM
TALBOT MilllCNS
' COPYRIGHT
DINING AT KENNY'S
is an event of a lifeti ne, an I the general verdicl of all who h i - dom s ���
is thai they want to epi th expel li nee as often as po ible, for out
food is always of the hi; h si quality,
clean, wholesome an I ba isfj Ing, and
served In the b si sty) ciuli 1; ��� and
promptly.
KENNY'S
ie.) The character of propot d
woi ks,   for  Irrigation   with   hydrau lc
ram.
if. I The premie- ,,,, which the
water is to be u ��� d (describe san I
Foui th divlt Ion ol the North half of
Lot  8,
(g.)    The purpo       for which the
Telegraph A    ati   at  Ashcroft, B, C.,
.���   ie.  B. C.  Hazi Iton,  li. C, and
; i ii graph Ci  ek, ii. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
teudi i i will not be considered unless
on  the  printed  lie ins supplied,
and signed with their places cmfwys
���   ,| with their actual signatui
Victoria, Jan. 2.���An effort is to
be made to have ex-President Roosevelt return to America by way of the
Pacific coast.     A dispatch  received
by   the  local    United   Wire|eSS  today , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
from Seattle,    says:      "Through the   TW^pv^lonrc  nf   Titlorl T nrl-ir
efforts  Of     the   Daily     Wireless   and , UebCeiMdntS   Ol    IltieCl LclCly
Deliver  Post,  the  cities  Of  the   West
will Invite Roosevelt to return to the
Slates  through    Puget    Sound  ports,
then eastward visltng all the big cities.      Chambers    of    commerce and [
mayors of Chicago, Denver, Spokane,
Kansas   Cit*--.   St.   Louis.    Cheyenne, I
and  1200    Individuals    have  already
wired   approval.     it ie   predicted it j
will rival Grain's trip across the conn- '���
try.     Cities are to join iu offers of a
prize for a march song, "When Teddy
Comes Marching Home."
Who Eloped in 1820 May-
Inherit Big Sum.
trs*. ��� Hg- srsrsr. rsi'rs
m'embei
981!
���m   V
'.3SX.I
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oi the   firm must be
Happy Nevv Year
to All
Thirty Days for Betting.
San Francisco, Jan. 2.���Chillies
Schwartz, convicted of violating the
Walker-Otis anti-betting law by betting on a baseball game, was sentenced by Judge Dunne to serve thirty days in the county jail.
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM   OFFICE.
OPP.
���
AfeiJCL.
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aster
FLOUR!
Wook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C
FLOUR
t.e
Make   youi
Bending   tl
Year's   gift
from.
���   friends   happy     by
em   a     pretty     New
Plenty   to   choose
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Lenders.
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IMPERIAL    icVPer  bRb;
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .J6.76  per Bb .
TERMINAL *5,'2APer  BR
HINDOO FLOUR *4.50 P" Bh'
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK.   STORE.
Each lender must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank pajable in the on! r oi thi   Honorable the Ministei  of Public Works
ia! to ten pi r ci nt. ILO p.c i i [ the
ni  nt' the tender Eor one >' ar'
. ing,   which   will   bi    forfeited   M
person tendei Ing d to entei
��� a contracl   wlien call   i upon to
i, i r fail to complete the    work
racti d for.  if  tne  I   ider  b >. not
pted i      cheque wil   b    returned.
'1 he department does noi hind itseli
���" ai ci pt the 1    i it or aaj tender.
der,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
11< ; iry
Departmenl  of Publli   Works. j	
Ottawa, D        ber 16, 1909 -
NOTE���Provision Is being made b) : TELEPHONE 604.
Governi ���  ���   of ?:;--
Eor get   ral repairs, renewals ol
bri I i     eti     along  the ti   111 etv i
I on    and    N ni       Cabin,    ni xt
.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE 388.
P.  O.
McQuarrie&Co.Il^i
vrs.
665 Columbia Street.
FRONT   BTREET
New  Wettminster
Telephone 333.       Hf
33
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X2rJ^'VJ3
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if you spe< Ify our mati rials.
The quality of lime Is a very
ess, ntial factor to bi considi r-
ed by huil'h is. and toi that
reason alone it will pay yo
consider your some of supply,
and when the question of quality comes up our claims for superiority are par,, mount. because we can and do furnish
the besl grades at the lowest
prices.
8
mm
20    PER
WOOD    TO
WEEK.
^ENT.    OF
BURN."
-     ON
THIS
Japanese Employment Ayents I S,j��S
I Into 1 Iv    nrne
and  all kinds Of laboi
TENDERS.
:..*\���** ���*������: ;.3fc*e   :�� ��^.\
Most of Us Are Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
i
GSLLEY
'
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
	
RATES:
Room  91  p*r day up.
Room  and  board $2.50  per day up.
Room  with  bath  92.50 per day  up.
Room with bath and board 94 per day
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, st��>am heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will t#*liopt on file
In our reading room. !
CARLETON  GILBERT, Mgr.
- - ..^j^tiu.u'ssc.x^..Mn-^jtrauB, ������reri-irrriTHMTinilStf* 1
A Savings Account at
the Hank of Toronto will
help you keep Bome of
your present dollars tor
future use.
Suppose you o:>en an
account with a few dollars to start wit; ($U'��
will   do),   and    sea    how
much you can add to
your balance before next
New Year.
Ti ndi . s    addn ssi l    to the  under-
ignei       Otl  ��a. in sealed ( nve o i
and i       ed o    I he  envelopes  "Ten-
luarantin    Su] plii s," will be
reci Iv d up to noon of the ftfti ���
day of January, 1910, for suppliei   foi
aiine station.
Tl e following supplies are required:
Coal;
firewood;
Fish;
Groi ��� ries;
i la     rare and ship chandlery,
Meat;
Medical Bton - an ' disinfectants;
Uniforms,   an '. othi r    articles of
app rel;
\i getables.
Forms may be obtaine ' by appllca-
: tlon to   the Depai       al of   Agriculture, Ottawa, or to the    Medical  S I-
periiitendent a   Quarantine.
The  Department  does  no,   b;...i  it-
ee*4d& accept the lowest or any ten-
\ -,'ewspapers copying this advertise
:~"V at without authority from the De-
''*    tment will not be pai 1.
A, !.. JARVIS,
Assistant Deputy Minister 'ind
Secretary of Agriculture.
Ottawa, Canada, November 11. 1909
Contracting	
supplh d.
H.F. ONISKI&CO
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
Ottawa, Jan. 2.���As the result oi a
romantic elopement wnicn occuied
nearl; one hundred years ago, In England, several residents of Ottawa and
the vicinity expoct to become P
sors oi the immense fortune known
as the I albol millions, rhe pi ��� ������������ u-
able heirs to this fortune ar J.
Ulei - and .Mrs. J. Andrews, o, (. : i-
wa; Mis. Gideon Taylor, Aylmer; W.
II. Bleeks, Carp; Tolbert Bleeks hi-
Icago; W. W. Mann, Pittsvil, nd
s< veral others.
I    The history   of   the property Is u.
romantic   one.      About    1820,    Lady
Anne Talbot, daughter ol  a wealthy
! nobleman of    England,   fell   in love
I with ti man named George Healey. To
this attachment her lathe- was strenuously opposed ami he determined to
prevenl  her marriage, 'i ...��� dan;, ter,
however, elope.1 and man i, d the i   in
of her choice.      'i hej   Li\ ���,!   hapi dy
togt iln r for u number of Jeai...    ne
son and one    d lugther    b ung bi . n.
While    comparatively      youni     M b.
Healey (formei ly Ladj  Ann   Ta b d)
| died.       Ileale.   then  came  to  Can  d;i
i with  his two children.      He    el tied
mar Ottawa.     The son was William
Healey, for man.   j ears a ri si   of
Goulbourn and the daug il , b a ne
Mrs. William Mann, who lso resided
during her life time in Goulb ��� rn.
'i ins William iiea,i j  and ��� ti s. M tin
 . were the grand parents oi th   pres nt
    claimants to the fortune exc pi  Mrs.
' Gideon Taylor,  who Is a daughtei   of
BOX  893 'the hue Win.  Healey.
Upon the death ol L '. Ann Tal-
e estai p. sse i Into
son, wh ' died li ^,-
tate. By proci ss of law t est te
propei tj revet I d to the childri n of
Lady Anne, bui at Hue tl ��� .��� they
could not be found as ��� da was
then a comparatively new country
and the heirs had been lost track of.
Lately, however, the descendants
learnt d of the estate.
The dl\ Ison of the Immen ��� estate
I pecti a to givi each of the nu-
. erous beii.- aboul $65,000.
Hotel.|
FEfiEHffiON OF [MM
T3 FlffliT STEtL TRUST
Members  of   Big   0:g nzitlon   Enter
Upon Bitter Battle Against
Violaor of  Laws."
'-Bold
WINNING     NUMBERS
DECEMBER.
FOR
W'e    pay    interest
your balances.
on
Capital $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
BaitkofToronto
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J. Gracey, Mgr.
58629
60288
73707
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflce 'Phone Hb.      Barn 'Phone 13/
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
A CANADIAN PACIFIC
- -: RAILWAY CO.
\>
of the best quality
���
To Railway^ Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C TRAVES, Manager
Christmas  and  New  Year
Excursion Rates to all
Points.
One and one-tliird fare return trip
tickets on sale Dec. 21 to Jan. 1, good
to return Jan. 5. ��
I    For further particulars apply to
i ED. GOIII.KT,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, G. P, A., Vancouver
74200
51407
71877
62670
60187
56879
51327
The Whole Family
can enjov an Kdlson Phonograph. All
the latest records, both Standard una
Aniborol  4 minute records.
AT
On presentation of any oae
of the above numbers at oar office, the lucky holder will be
the recipient of a Handsome
Dinner Set.
The growing popularity of
the brand "Royal Standard "
amongst the housewives of B.
C. is clearly demonstrated by
the fact that during the pust
twelve months the sales were
increased by 100 per cent.
To further introduce the Quality of "Royal Standard" to the L j A'
consuming public, we will con- |. I   .
tlnue to issue coupdjft," one in  f. |
each  suck  of flour,  and    give
away monthly ten valuable atri
handsome   Dinner    Sets.    The
lucky numbers will be announced in  this paper    during    the
first week of every month until further notice.
If you are not a user of "Roy-
al Standard" start with the
New Year, and we are confident that you will become a
constant Customer. Ask 'yoiuf
grocer.
Washington, D.C., Jan. SfXMftcera
of the American Federation of Labor
issued a call  las.   night  to the 1,640,-
000 members of the organization,
calling upon them to subscribe to a
fund wiili which a bitter tight U to
be fought against the. American Steel
Corporation.
Tne corporation, the call sets forth,
is inimical alilo- to the interests of
labor and to the country at large,
and it is termed "a bold and daring
, violator oi the laws."
The sum of $15f,uoo will be raised
i by the lirst appeal, but further calls
j will be issued as the light progresses.
Tliis action was taken as the result of
j a conference held in Pittsburg on De-
1 comber 13 and 14, between the Amalgamated Assoc'atlon of Iron and
Steel Workers, the Tin-plate Workers' Protective Association and the
Longshoremen and Seamen's Union.
Samuel  Gompers,    president of    the
merican Federation of   Labor, was
so present.
Ik
Statue to LewJ*fallace.w    _
Indianapolis, Jan. ^-Han*fcmeijr
i-iigrava* invitations Rive juM been
issued ror the unveiling of tne Indiana statue to Gen. Lew Wallace in
Statuary hall, in the capitol at Washington. The unveiling of the statute
will be at 10 o'clock on the morning
of January 11.
"Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for batli or toilet, for washing underclothing it Is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purities.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Electric Railway Service j
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
/
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia  Street.
W. RICH
Teaming andJEx-
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  8T. PHONE  R527
Intamrban Lin*.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every halt
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap.
perton and city limits over tha
city line.
City Uns: Cars leav* tram
office oa the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty mlautss
after, commencing at 8:20 a. m
Sappartan L>na: Cars leave
at ten Minutes after the hour,
bait past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:11
a. m.
Sunday asrvlaa half-hourly b�� J
tweea S:la a. m. and 11. ��. a.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
FOR
I British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
Christmas Turkeys, Ducks,
Geese and Chickens
COME TO
���SSSSMSS����*it��l����s>Stll��SSIMMsi
Central Meat Market
Oaraar Mg*U IL ant   !W* Avanash
phons ins,
���OWILL * OODT. P���������t��rs>
/< PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910
I
The Daily News
Published by The Dally .News Publish.
big Company, Limited, at their otlices
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew Streets.
E. A. Pa
Director
MONDAY, JANUARY 3,
1910.
GIVE AWAY SECRET j
lif THEIR BIRTHPLACE
FLOATING  ICE.
LABOR   CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Cold Snap  May Affect  Navigation on
Fraser River.
ice floating down the river yesterday interfered considerably with navigation aud it is feared that If there
is not some decided change in the
weather the shipping will be completely tied up in a few days. It Is
the general opinion of men along the
waterfront that most of the boats will
  ; cancel their upriver trips today as ;lL
Mission the ice is reported to extend
Seventy-three people were regis- from bank to bank and even below
tered at the Russell House on New tjlat the floating sheets of ice consti-
Year's Day. Many of the New West- (Ute a menace to navigation,
minster citizens had dinner there and it has been suggested that the
left  some interesting  reading on the   dredge  Fruhling,   which is the  most
Wanderers     From     Many       Different
Quarters Gathered at Russell
Hotel on New Year's.
We have, on more than one occasion, referred to industrial co-partnership and its advantages, both to
employers and employees. The very
successful results which have attended one of the latest movements in
this direction have just been published, and are worthy of notice. Iu
the fall of 1908 Sir Christopher Fur-
noss, head of one of the largest British shipbuilding concerns, being beset by difficulties In regard to labor
and witge questions, offered to,gi\e
his workmen an active interest in the
West Hartlepool shipyard. The men
accepted the proposal, by which they
became shareholders In the concern
and were to participate equally ill the
surplus profits after five per cent.
bad been paid to the ordinary shareholders. The experiment was to be
uied for one year. Sir Christopher,
following the excellent lead set I .
the late Sir George Livesej many
years ago, assumed that by giving the
workets a practical personal interest
in the concern with which they were
employed, he would he able to enlist
their hearty co-operation in carrying
on tlie work of the yard and at once
dismiss all further fear Of strikes and
trade disputes, witli which the WeBl
Hartlepool shipyards had had to contend from time to time.
Details   of   the   first   nine   months
working of the scheme    now    ma ie
public show  thai   the experiment  lias
proved in every  way satisfactory  to
all  concerned.  The  yards  have  been
kept fully  employed, and   work has
proceeded regularly and harmoniously
right  through. Such  has been the zeal
and Industry  oi  the employees  that
orders  have  been  completed in  record time. In one case,  in  which the
company   undertook   to  complete   an
unusually   heavj   order  in  tin   short
space of six weeks, the    wo       was
completed  six   days   before    ,ic  time.
Sir Christopher Furness aud the officials of   Irvine's  Shipbuilding  company, of which the worthy knight is
the chairman, are naturally pleased
with  the  success oi   tiie  experiment
and   with   the    loyally  of    the    men,
whilst   the  latter are  more thau content w.th the happy result that has
attended the arrangement, The prof-
Its   made  admit   ni  the  payment   ul   it
dividend of nine per cent, to the employees, in  addition  to  their wages,
This  return  on  the  Bhares allocated
to them represents nearly four times
as much as the same amount ot capital would have eat tied it invested in
the Post Office Bavings bank. It is approximately forty cents for each live
dollar share.
The secretary of tiie company has
just issued a circular letter to the
nun. with lite balance sheet, asking
Whether they are desirous of continuing  the arrangement    permanently,
There C9JK he little doubt as to what
"their reply will he.
The principle ol co-iperative partnership is no longer in its experimental stage. With this further proof of
the excellent results which attend
the adoption of such an arrangement
it is not unlikely thai other large employers of labor will adopt it. Messrs.
Lever Uros. of Port Sunlight, the
well known soap manufacturers, have
already done so, and the issue of
their balance sheet is being looked
forward to with a great deal of interest iu British commercial circles.
The system Is worthy of a moro general adoption ii only for the reason
that it is a cortali insurance against
that vexatious and trjing feature of
modern industrial affairs, the work
men's Btrike, und the elimination of
mischievous agitators. But it really
does u great deal more than this, for
by giving each man a personal inte
est in the business, he becomes a
loyal and steady worker and Influences tin economy iu working expenses
automatically,
hotel register by writing the name of
their birthplace Instead of the usual
noncommittal "city." As a consequence the addresses given pretty
well cover the globe. Dr. J. 11. Jones
confessed to having come from Brock-
vllle; W. N. Carty wrote Bennington,
Vermont, after Ills name; and Joe
Relchenbach admitted to omlng from
Wellington. Out. The long distance
record is apparently held by W. U.
Scbroeder, who cones from "down
tinner;" ho gave his one-time address
its  Sydney, New South  Wales.
Many other well known local people are included In the following list:
\V.  II.  Wilson, Chicago.
.1. .lay  Kelley,  Ireland.
Mrs. J, Jay Kellej. Columbus, O.
.1. Reich( nbach, W< Ulngton, Ont.
Mrs.  .M.  Fitzgerald,  New York.
M.   Fitzgerald, New   York,
F. .1. Kenny.Co, Longfor.l, Ireland.
10. 11. Bucklin, Kaneville, in.
A. D. Johnson, Elgin.
E. 11. Hill. Winnipeg.
F, Shute, Fredericton, N. B,
B. it. Hill. Burnaby.
C. A. Harrison. Seattle.
Mrs. ('. A. Harrison. Seattle.
John W. Harrison. Seattle.
Mrs.  C.  A.  Harrison,  Seattle.
Mrs. J. H. Jones, New Westminster.
Miss Beverly    Eliner    Jones,  New-
Westminster.
Master Wat-son Jones, New Westminster.
J. 11. Jones, Brockville,
Victory Bateman, New York.
Olive Adair. Chicago.
N. J. Coulter, Port Simpson.
V.  H.  C. Abboti,  Belfast, Ireland.
0. Grimner, New Westminster.
J. Grimner. Central Park.
James Watt, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Fred. Robertson, Kdinburg, Scotland.
Elizabeth Alexander, Stratbane, Ire-
hind.
Stella Watson, Paris, Ont.
Maragaret I). Stevenson, Orkney islands.
R. D. Ker, WiRor ishire, Scotland.
W. N. Carty. Bennington, Vermont.
Geo. 11. Leghorn. Seattle.
Chas. Lyons, Vancouver.
Alan M. Ferebel, Oxford, N. c.
S. J. island, Anacortes.
M. S. Smith, Fraser Mills.
W. George Scbroeder, Sydney. N.S
C. M. Comstock. Dawson, Y. T.
A. R. Sellery. Winnipeg
A. S. Goldsmith, San Francisco.
W. L. McQuarrie, Tacoma.
strongly built vessel on the river, lie
called into play to keep an open channel between here and the Gulf, but
no action will be taken in the matter
unless the conditions render this step
necessary.
Mafia Leaders Arrested.
Heme, Jan. 2.��� It is reported from
Seppenstein. in Switzerland, that a
conspiracy, which had for Its object
the murder of the engineers and overseer, lias been discovered among the
workmen engaged in miking the
Lotschberg tunnel. Forty men, mostly Calabrians, are implicated. The
conspirators appear to form a branch
ni the Alalia. The police have made
se\ en arrests.
STOCK COMPANY PLAYEU
IIP TO EXPECTATIONS
'Are You a Mason?"  Provided Cause
for   Merriment  to   Big   House   on
New Year's  Day.
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INDIAN WAR VETERANS
PAID  AFTER 5-1 YEARS
North Yakima. Jan. 2.���Fifty-four
years after having rendered service
to the state in the Indian trouble of
1855-56, John L. Eynart, of Toppenish
and Aimer J. Smith, of North Yakima, were yesterday paid their claims.
Enyart was paid the snm of $t2.r>.:',i
and Smith. $181. T.iese men, with <;
the  few  other  surviving  veterans  c    c'ill��:
As a rule, theatrical stock compan-1
fes are something to avoid, more es-1
pecially  when  plays  oi'  some  repute i
are to be produced, as these are apt i
to  suffer  from the  Interpretation of
the wandering thospians, but this oh-1
jectiou    cannot    apply    to  the  Beck |
Theatrical  Company,  which  rroiuced
that    screaming    farce    "Are  You a i
.Mason?" at the Opera House on Sat-j
urday evening.     The    bi 5    audience I
was  kept    in    laughing    vein   from I
start to finish, the meniment being:
punctuated by    screams of    laughter
by the less sedate portion of the audience.
As a farce "Are You a Mason?" is
a wlnnar every time; as a theatrical
aggregation the Heck stock company
lias nothing to be ashamed of.
The heavy role, tak< n by T Lawrence, who Impersonated old Amos
Bloodgood, w;ts humorously Interpreted, Lawrence's mobik features making bis facial contortions sorrow chasers every time. Sedley P"own, in
the role ol' Frank Perry, was well
worth watching.
Miss Carrie Ward, in the character
of Mrs. Bloodgood, had the most important feminine role to portray, and
acquitted herself to the satisfaction
of all. The oilier members of the
cast all came up to lite expectation of
any  one  who is  not     too captious it
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The Most Comfortable Made.
It allows the child to He flat, in-
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motion, while the prices are within
the reach of all
$6.50, $10, $12.50
LI7 17 ' Q Furniture Emporium
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Phone 73. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
those times, have had their claims in  " n
for years, but there was never money j not enough had been allotted and bo
by which they could be paid until the  these men were paid only 83 percent.]
| hist session of    the legislature made  of their claims.     They will ask t ie |
the appropriations,     after the appro-  next legislature  to  allow    them  tne |
nidations were made it was found thai   balance still due.
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Fort. Worth, Tex., Jan. 2.���Thomas
Waggoner, of this city, has Just given each of his three children property
valued at $2,()00,um) as Christmas
gifts.
Waggoner la 57 years old, a ranchman, banker and capital)* One hundred thousand acres of land, 30,000
head of cattle and 1000 horses are
given to each child.
Windsor.
A. A. Athiner, Fraser MiUs.
Jas. Porto, Pitt Lake.
I. J.  McNattghton.  Vancouver,
G. T.  Black, Vancouver.
U. W.  Mcintosh,  Vancouver.
V. Atchison, Vancouver.
D. A. Johnston, Elgin,
T. Gleason, Vtotoria.
W. J. Hagarty, Barnet.
Thos. Hartigan, Barnet,
.1. W. Lamont, Coquitlam.
B, A. Bigg, Vancouver.
Mr. and    Mrs.    R.    Moutrie,
couver.
John  McDonald,  Cloverdale.
M. McArlhur, Coquitlam.
T. li. Barton, St. Davis.
A. C. llolden, St. Paul.
P, 11. Thompson, Rochester.
A. stone, Carlon, Minn,
J. Harrington, Calgary,
J. Macllillivray. Calgary.
\Y. G. Robertson, Tynehead.
\v. 10. Browne, Nanaimo,
Geoa^;.  Baggnisl,  Fraser  Mills.
A. D. McPherson, Elgin.
Van-
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and without harm to
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Nelson Mayoralty Race.
Nelson, Jan. 2.���Four candidates
are in the field in the mayoralty contest, which comes off on January 13;
Mayor Selotis, who is up for re-election; Alderman Edward Kerr, Alderman George W. Hale and ex-Alderman J. A. Irving. At the present
time the fight is generally regarded
as between Mr. Selous and Mr. Irving.
"Let the GOLD
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RjTHORIZED  CAPITAL $6,000,0C
PAID UP CAPITAL i    ��� $2,200,00
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HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
This is the building time in Western Canada. We can only build
strongly by being loyal to Western institutions. The Northern Crow
Bank is closely identified with the financial growth of Western Can
ada, and contributes the full strength of all its resources to the bet
terment of the West.
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New Westminster.
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RADIUM DISTRIBUTION
TO   MARK   NEW   YEAR
London. Jan. 2.���An Ingenious
method of cejebratlng New Year's
has been suggested In London. A
well known authority states that
some time early in the New Year, arrangements will be made for the distribution of an appreciable quantity
of radium for experimental and curative purpose:; among the leading hospitals in the metropolis and the chief.
provincial towns. 'I his win be made
possible by the munificence of a number of men, who desire, tit least, for
the present, to remain anonymous.
They are known to include Sir Edgar
Speyer and a number of other city
magnates,
"GET  THE   HABIT"
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GLOVE    AND    HA     ^KERCHIEF   BOXES,     BRUSH ���
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HANDBAGS.   DOLLS.    Also  In  the   line  of    BOOKS ��
��� we carry one  of the mo6t complete lists to be found J
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To Advertisers:
Basil Sawers Has Chicken-pox.
Vancouver, Jan. 2.���Basil Sawers,
the Injured Itugby fullback now in
the hospital, Is recovering from the
Injury to his head, but has developed
a full grown case of chicken-pox and
has been removed to the isolated
ward.
who have contributed to and made
possible to us the most gratifying
results for the past year we extend
sincere thanks. We appreciate your
business and hope that our efforts
will merit your continued patronage.
Wishing you    all    a Happy and
Successful New Year.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy tor cash and sell for the same
Ensure Prosperity in 1910
by investing in New Westminster
real estate through r
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628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
You wish to increase
your business; we know
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How to do it?
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Advertise in T^Daily
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK FIVE.
GORDONS
Big Dry Goods
SPORTING NEWS
WESTMINSTER BOYS
I MADE GOOD SHOWING
To All A Happy
New Year
Tne Fashion Centre
Locals Showed Class as Runners in Big New Year
Event at Vancouver.
Vancouver, Jan, 2.���The third annual Gold Seal 11-mile road race was
run ou New Year's morning under
the most favorable circumstances.
The warm sun, ihe Arm footing and
the clear air with just a touch of
crispness in it, all combined to make
the going just what was desired to
enable the runners to give the spectators a road race thai was the best
yet Bin.ce the flrst annual Gold Seal
race.      Johnson,  the  winner,  crossed
j the line at the finish of the bard,
game run well in advance Of the second man, and he In turn hud a com
fortable lead ovei the third runnei
lloiilt and Griffith, oi New Westminster, finished fourth and sixth respec-
��� tively, both putting up a game light.
The ordi r and official time of tin
fourteen runners to finish are gi1
���below.  Oui   ol   seventeen  entries, two
did not show up   and on   failed to
I finish:
Shamrocks Scored
Too Many Goals
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
IF   YOU   CAN   NOT    SEE
equally well with each eye, let us examine them.
and advise you as to the exact condition of your
eyesight.   DONr PUT IT OFF.
W. F. TATE.
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11. iionlt, unattached.   ,.1:08:50
\V.  Bell, V.A.C 1:09:14
F. Griffith, unattached ..1:09:15
VViby, Scandia A. c 1:10:17 l-i
l.. Jackson, Seattle A.C..1:10:50
Xiinn, U.C.O.U 1:11:27
Dunn,  unattached 1:12:30 I-
Clarke, Shamrock F.C.. .1:17:05
i |osti r,  unattached   ... .1:18
Hamilton,   unattached   .1:19:16
Watt,  unattached   ..   ..1:21:04
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Clocks, Silverware, Cut Glass,  Brooches, Lockets,
Necklets, Chains, and many other lines we will be
glad to show you.
Glad to Have You Call and  Look Over our Stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Easy Terms
Full sized lota (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.
FRONT   STREET/
CALIFORNIA   RUGBY   TEAM
IS VICTOR IN FINAL GAME
Vancouver, Jan. '��.���The University
I of California rugby    tei.ni    defeated
Vancouver rather easily In the third
game of the international cu ii s
nere yesterday afternoon, but me cap j
stays here, as   Vancouver   won   the
first tun g<lines.
The Berkeley boys' victory was of a
most decisive character, the visitors
I scoring three tries and a goal to on.
try, the seme being 14 to :;. Vancouver  had  ;i  weakened   team, owing to:
j injuries to players while the visitors
| showed much Improved form.
California scored two nits in the.
lirst ten minutes, Elliott and Evans
getting over, but Elliott failed ��� to
convert either, though one was a ferw
easy chalice, straight through the
posts. In the second half MnrUwati
anil Peart crossed the Vancouver line
and Elliott kicked the goal on hie
fourth attempt.
The  last   try  was  of   i  sensational,
character. Fullback Duggins reojtefdfj
the ball iu his own quarter And ran
It back;  when tackled he transferred
and the ball    was    carried the    full !
length of the field. Vatictincr scored |
with   just   two   minutes  to  piny.  Mc-
Lorg getting over.  Thomas  failed to j
convert It. The iield was frozen solid I
but there were no serious injuries to
players.
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chance, and always placing li in front
of the goal. It could be seen that
Bruce was not in good shape but he
put up a great game all the same
and his gameness made a hit with
the rooters. Cook, who scored both
the goals for the winners, was always
on the job and tin local men di<: not
seem to able to keep tab on him.
Locals Score First,
Xew Westminster score the first
goal after about fifteen minutes'
play, Johnson ptocing the ball in the
ptoper place after receiving a nice
pass from Badenoch, Vancouver
also scored lu tlie first half. Cook securing the ball on a corner kick and
pounding ii iu nigh and hard; a shot
that did not give Hartley iu goal the
'-���.host of a chance of stopping it. Just
before half tune, Baienoch, caydzitn,
Lock and Robertson made a determined assault on the Shamrock goal
but Badenoch missed the shot by a
foot. The crowd thought a goal "had
been scored but there was nothing
doing.
In the second hall New Westminster iiad slightly the better of the
play bin the forwards could not locate the nets, although they gave the
goalkeeper some bad moments. Cook
was laid off tor a few minutes with
his wind knocked out, but Hie rest
evidently did him good as he scored
a minute or two after coming on the
tield again. Alfanette was also off
for a little while but the locals could
not Bcore against the ten men who
were left.
Rovers���Hartley, goal; Lyons and
Kirhy, backs; Bruce, Sawyers, Lock,
halves; Caydzien, Robertson, Johnson, Hayes. Badenoch, forward.
Shamrocks���Lamie, goal; Welsh
and Graham, hacks; Findlay. Alfanette, C. Davtes, halves; "Thompson-
Clarke, Houghton. Butler, Cook, Bell,
forwards.
Referee. J.  MacGowan.
TOMMY  BURNS  FIGURES  IN
AN OFFER TO JOHNSON
San Francisco, Jan. 2.���A cablegram sent to a sporting editor of this
city by Hugh Mcintosh, of Sydney,
Australia, offers a purse Of $40.01)0 for
a fight between Jack Johnson and
Tommy Burns, to take place in Australia next September. The Australian
promote', proposes thai the winner
of the tight take the entire purse and
the offer is mad- regardless of the
outcome of the scheduled championship match betweei Jeffries and Joliu-
son.
The House
that is the Leading Furniture House in the city was
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special privileges to none.
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR XMAS
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
618 Agnes Street.
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Orchestra in attendance
daily from 12 to 2, 6 to
8 and 10 to 12. The best
Merchants Lunch in town.
Open from 6 a.m to 2:30
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No  Alexander  Yacht   Race   in   1910.
Vancouver, Jan. 2.���There will be;
neither challenger, defender nor any;
race  for the Alexandra International j
yachting trophy in 1910, According to j
the conditions of the deed of gift gov-1
erning the cup, notice of intention to ,
Challenge   by   any   yacht  club   in   the j
association must be In the hands Of
the  cup  trustees  before  the  end of j
the year preceding the race. As the
Royal Vancouver Yacht club decided
not to build a challenger next year,
and  none of  the other clubs    have
sent in a challenge there will be no
race for the trophy next July at the
big regatta at Victoria. This state of
affairs is largely due to the mlxup in
the rules, none of the clubs or designers  on  the  Coast  seeming  to  know
just exactly where they are at.
"McBride is Not Officially Trustee.
Although his appointment as west-
i rn trustee of the Minto cup was reported many months ago, Premier
Me Bride has as yet received no official notification to that effect. Until
Managing Trustee P. D. Ross, of Ottawa, sees fit to comply with the necessary formalities Mr. MoBrlde has
no voice in the disposition of the lacrosse championship trophy, neither
can lie make any suggestions to the
other two members oi the trustee
board. This delay will probably come
up for discussion at the next meeting
of the Westminster Lacrosse club.
The Royal Cafe
Dominion Trust Block, Opp. Postoffice.
J. P. CASH, Proprietor.
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Keep Your House Warm;
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel I
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS. \
JAMES & McCLUGHAN j
GOOD SECOND-HAND  COOK STOVES FOR SALE CHEAP. 1
' t Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster 1
Seattle Loses to Vancouver Five.
Vancouver, Jan. 2.���One of the
most exciting events of the New
Year's spoitt here was the basketball game Satirday evening between
Seattle Y.M.C.A. and the local association team, whloh was won by Vancouver 32 to 88. The half time score
wus 18 to 10 \a favor of Vancouver,
but the visltols airshed strong.
The games In the House Bowling
league will be resumed tonight at the
Front street alleys, when the Sock-
eyes and SteelheadB, the two leaders
in the league, will meet.
Dorando Back In New York.
New York, Jan. 2.���Dorando IMetrl,
the Italian Marathon runner, is back
In New York. Accompanied by hi8
brother, lUplano, the little Italian has
come from Naples to meet Hayes
again qn the Pacific coast. Dorando
says that, he carried home 820,000 as
the result of his previous triumphs in
tills country.
BARGAINS
Till the end of the year we will givo
ymi an
Xmas Basket or Box of
Chocolates
AT A BIG REDUCTION
Rather than carry them over we are
willing to sell them at a big sacrifice
Wishing You the Compliments of the Season.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAK8
AND 8UPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Accidents Will Happen
In spite of all you can do, and the most careful person is often the
victim   of  circumstances.
Why not protect yourself by taking out an accident or health policy or both combined? It would be a  good  start for the  New  Year.
I write all kinds of accident and health policies in the old reliable
Railway Passengers' Assurance Company of London. Let me quote
you rates. ���
IMS*-*
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62        " The Insurance Man"        657 Columbia St.
For scows, tow
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
E.1. FADER
We Can Save You Money
������������<
i | Nuts Candies Oranges
; | Grapes Table Raisins
: \ Figs       Dates      Apples
ii CROCKERY AT COST TO CLEAR
Can give you a nice big   Platter   to
! ��� set your Christmas Turkey on for....
Come in and secure a bargain if you require any dishes for the holidays
E. I. FADER'S
GROCERY
ODD FELLOW8* BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
/�� PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910.
Li
AT   BRIQ3E.
.  Kie stt'l sits nt bridge at midnight
As the c'.'-cks r.iv striking the huurj
Xor thoughts of her borne or her faraflj
To mova her have the p.^-.\cr.
How cften,  oh,  how often,
Bummer nnd winter through,
Has she sr.t thua at bridge at midnight-
Aye, sometimes till one and two;
And how often, oh, how often
Thi       h the gold��n hours of day
Baa - :e striven with othei-B like Iter
For purse or priae nt play'
And forever nnd forever
While this fad our fair land sweeps
Will She bridge the Interval daily
'Twixt  the time she walces and sleep*.
Bo, She Mta still at bridge nt midnight.
And pride in her bosom ^tira.
Tor k'io holds the best score of n eerie.
Aiul the tournament trophy is hers!
��� Caroline Misihka Roberts in New Tort
Life.
Maid Comes First.
AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIF
knows that Sunlight Soap
means a wonderful saving oi
time and labour in house-
cleaning,
Whether with hot or cold
water,  nothing gets the dii
off   so  quickly  and   without
injury as Sunlight Scap.
Use it the Sunlight way.
Follow the directions.
GKAFT IS GIVEN BLOW
BY NEW YORK MAYOR
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. Ft. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West
minster at 5: r.u, 6:50, 7:20 aud 8:0u
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 0:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour then-
after until 11:00 v.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New \Yes>
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter unti
11 :o0 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vai
couver at 3:00 a.m., and every ::t
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lr
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, Ne*
Westminster.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Botweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Mills ami Coqultlam.
Mails Despatched.
6:00 turn,  eclosed at eleven o'cioeh
the  previous  nigbi)��� Vancouver    via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.w.���Vancouver aud Victoria v.a
1. C. Electric railway.
First C. 1'. 11. east taking all points
ast including Langley.and district.
The   mail   lor   Aauuismi-J.   ami   l'',''"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
trlct, Clayburn and district,  Hunting- !Lytt<m. Lillooet, Sponces' Brld
.tlon a.ul district, and Matsqui are d��a   ola  and  district,  and all   noi ii
'patched by way or Vancouver. 'except Kootenays.
i    s   a.m.���lilaiue    and     Seattle,    In
it-
it.
lak<>, via D. C. Electric Railway
urda'y an extra mail is despatch-oQ7^
Victoria via Vancouver ai   this hour
Blaine ami Seattle, Including ai> rj'
S. points east and south, via
"Flyer." H^^^^
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. oa-t i ra.
6er Mills. This mail takes th,. fol-
lowing local places: Barnef
Tort Moody, P'tt Meadows, p0rt
mond, Port llaney. Mission, c
wack, Harrison   Hot  Springs, Ap
inj
nn-
ami-
5-ilz,
Me-
ast
chilling all U. S. points east and sou n
aud Hall's Prairie, Peruridnc an I Ha/.
And all the principal business centers of >lnieie, on Tuesdays, Thursday,, and
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Saturdays.
All Snncy malls are received from
P^-^P^P^P^P^P^,^,^^^^^^^^^^^ Clovvrdal.-,  rxci'jii   Hall's  Pi'airr-,   lla-
zelmere an I Feraridge, which arrive on
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and|tlie  Port Gulchon   tram on  Tuesdays
PHILADELPHIA,  via Hia^ara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant General Passenger
ket Agent, 135 Adams Si
and Tic-
Chicago.
Great   Northern  Railway,
a.m.
ar.  Seattle
ar.  Seattle
Cella���We do so hope you'll be aM��
to dine with us on Thursday week
dear Lady Gertrude.
Lady Gertrude ��� I'm so sorry, I'm
afraid 1 can't possibly, as I have to
chaperon my maid that evening to one
of our village dunces In the churcb
���choftfs.���Punch.
Missed His Mark.
I SAY YtU~\
Uio-.ro     I
But off H(���f
<_.. ���/���/    '���� hit T.-jrJ
-vJU 1_-
^
| Political   Pull   Will   No  Longer  Count
in Gotham, if Gaynor Can Have
His Way.
New York, .Ian. 2.���"Death to Hie
politicians" is Mayor Gaynor's Now
Year resolve. In a letter written tonight  to Thomas ,1.  Higglns, a mem-
j ber of the board    of    education, the
1
mayor says:
"I  propose to appoint, you commis-
; sioner of parks ol' The Bronx, ami I
hope you will accept, lor a thorough
; reform of that office is needed. Among
other things, 1 find thai everj one
appointed to work in the parks is required in join a political club and pay
. Its dues and assessments levied for
political   purposes.      Let  all   of   that
' be slopped Immediately. No political interference oi Influence whatever
shall herdafter be suffered in any department of the city of New York.
3:35
3:55
ir. Seattle 9:40
ir. Seattle 7:15
v. N.W. 8:50
.in.
Lv.   N.   W.  11   a.m.;
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32  p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. X. W. 12:10 a.m.;
.m.
Lv. Seattle S:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:15 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W
p.m.
Mail Service
Following are the hours ol' despatch
and arrival ol u ails at the New West-
: ins er 1 "st office, the hour given in
���arli case being the hour of closing,
which is hall' an hour, as a rule, before  Ihe  actual   despatch.
ar. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W
"You should have a good aim
young i M^^^^
"Oh. 1 have a ��ood aim all right, luit
some good fellow is always joggling
my el! ow!"
WiStW GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVEK
lifei "THE NORTHWESTERN LINE'
Eight Trains Every Hay in the Ye.ai
BETWEEN
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 p.m. c
Tuesday, G:30 a.m. on Friday, ana
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 0 a.m. each week
day;   arrives   S:50  a.m.
Leaves   N.  W.   3:50   p.m.   dally  except   Sunday;   ar.  Guichon  at  "  p.m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Right In Line.
No more their ilopo We may despise;
The mediums have organised.
Get, thereCore. to avoid a fluke,
Predictions from a union spook.
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
-  ,    ���         _. THE TRAIN OF FAME
Only keeps W. WESTERN.        LTD.
"This dollar watch does just as well
as an expensive one." i Embodies ike  newest and   .est ideas
"It wouldn't do me." for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
"But it keopB good time." i LUXURY.     It is   lighted   with   both
"Sure, but what could you get on It 'electricity and gas; the most brilliant
at a pawn shop?"
Gregarious.
There's room at the top, y��u know.*
Thank y<m.    1 prefer company."
Certainly.
"What Is woman's greatest trial?"
^That's dead easy.   Man "
^ FERT PARAGRAPHS.
Grumbling is a w��������fui method
���owe people have of attracting attention.
He  who  now takes the  first  step   ii
won't lose out In the race.
ly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compart*
raent cars, standard 16 section sleep
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
eaair oars (spats free), modern day
������aches aid buffet, library and smok
hig Cal--
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or  an.v
! further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle Wash
The Milwaukee"
The man Is a genius who always suo |
eenls In living beyoud his Income.
���
Ideals and aspirations would be aD
right  If tactless  friends wouldn't e* j
pect one to lira np to them.
'The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains in   the  service  on    any
 railroad   in   the  world 'hat   equal   In
The woman who has a man belonging j equipment   that   of   the   Chicago,  Mil-
to her baa a sort of miporJor pity foi . waukee & St.  Paul  Railway.      They
the woman who hasn't , ... , ,
own  and  operate  their  own  sleeping
One of the pleasantest things in tiff j and d,n,"S ��ars on a11 their traina and
is finding an affinity who has money to, Bive their patrons an excellence of
loan. service not ohtntnahle elsewhere.
_ H. 3. ROWE, General Agent
lie isn't always th. b��rt man w* \m ^^ gt wr% A1(1��� Portland, Or
gets (he ~-���� of erorythtag.
Donf  Worrri i��I>*. I
Centenarians gtre Tarlooa iwom to
which they aacrUw tbalr Ummewtif, but!..      ,,,   .   ,    .     '.      . _. . . .   _,.
It Is slgnlBcan* ��ttt tb^DagrV. on i New Westminster Land D.atr.ct, Dls
the advantage tt plenty ot
an*)
little worry in akUD�� Iwgffi ot Itf*
The advice tataiy giT��jo kf> ������wwn����
over a hundred, la wartk eaMMerfn*
as too adriftta on* to Mt wfjiuii hungry
���)��ep wb��a iltwpT. wtt ptonty �����
���Imp, to w��rk lamtoiBy, hasp ekem
fnl and ar��M wwry. fnto Mto in ��
few wfrdfc th* i���trtin ��f dto aimpt��
life, and bar minim hi wartay ���(
tn anclant ant* w%an aha any* (bat ti
theae rulw wfll aat pvataaa baartb and
long Ufa fteva h bad Maad to tb��
family aad It bad bettor dto oot-
Baitlmora
LAND ACT.
trlct of New Westminster.
Chara/*** Waa la Ma Um,
A party of ajauflemaa afMng on tb��
veranda of a leading botol at Jacltaou
M. EL, fall into a* amiabto dtecnsBtot
���f their defigbtt*] host, wbo bore hlgt
military title and wbo won hit mllitnrj
(pure on the etnff of a New Oauin
���hire geteiuer. One of them ashed
"Did he ft* hli title from aervlce i��
tbe defenee of hH cowntryr And th��
reply, from a retired amy offloer wai��
"Be-muat hero, for he has Bet ft*
gut leu bow to cbaTSB.*
Take notice that William Garland
McQuarrie. of New Westminster, B.
C, occuaption, barrister at law, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore of Welcome Pass at the
Southwest corner of Lot 1478, group
1 New Westminster district, thence
easterly following the south boun-
dar yof said Lot. 1478, 40 chains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Limit 38,783, thence south
along the said westerly boundary of
said Timber Limit 38,783, 40 chains
more or less to the southwest corner
of said Timber Limit, thence easterly
following the south boundary of said
Timber Limit 30 chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty (lfiO acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGOS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 23rd, 1909.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
'ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van
iouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily except Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver i
,m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
,ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday,
Leaves New Westminster on W ed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatslno and way
ports;   twentieth  of  each  month   tor
Ahcuset,  Quatslno,   Cape    Scott  and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Nanaituo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 2~> and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princi-ss Beatrice leaves Vancouve:
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen   City   leaves    Vancouvel
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From New Westminster Monday.
tVedn-esday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Clillliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For reservations and lnformatioa
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent Victoria
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
-IN���
THE      DAILY
NEWS
��� mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatcher] and received Sunday are the G. N. R. South ihead on
and C. P. R. vast mails, not Including cord, Tuesday and Friday.
the   way   mails,     Sapperton,     FraSerj    4:Q0   p.m.���Vancouver  am
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via Ii. C. Electric Hallway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawtjerry Hill, Tun
berland and South Westminster, bi
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnauy, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, *y courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
2:30 excepi Saturday)��� Ladner, Port
Guichon. Westham island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. ('. Bruce." (Steveston mall despatched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N.  It. north.
3  p.m.���Cloverdale,   Nipomekl,   and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyna-
uesday and Friday;  Bon Ae-
iiurnaliv
Mails   Received.
G: 15 a.m.���Blaine and Seattl-,
eluding all U. S. points, via G. .
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Vl<
(except Tuesday), via IJ. C. tilt
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry uh.
by courier (Tuesday and Friday),
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Vii
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���l.adn-r. fori
Gulchon, Westham Island and I i ies-
day, Thursday and Saturday) v\ ��� |.
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce, (S
ton despatched and received via Vaa-
couver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. cast (first ���
Sapperton,   Frascr   Mills   and  Coqultlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central
and Fraser Arm.
L:30 p.m.���Bast Ilurnaliy, by cou er,
2:30 p.m.���Burcjultlam, by courl r
3:80 p.m.���Blaine aad    Beat h
luding all D. S. points,
iimo  p.m.���'Second   Mai]   ea
losed mail from Sumas, and S
ncluding  1T-  S-   A-   matter,  and
Fraser Mills.
G:20
6:2n
B^^WZ��2m��E&2M��EMt^%^��Z
<E
%^
PfT*
1 o Be Given
Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
Six (6) Full-sized lots 50x122, Burraxd Subdivision,
on the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just where
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACTURERS ARE GIVING AWAY ABSO
LUTELY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOTS IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION OF
NORTH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY IN VANCOUVER DISTRICT, TWO IN VICTORIA DISTRICT, ONE IN NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT AND ONE in
NANAIMO   AND    LADYSMITH  DISTRICTS.
BURRARD OFFERS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO MAKE A LITTLE PILE IN A
FEW YEARS, PERHAPS IT MAY BE ONLY MONTHS. WE HAVE THE POSITIVE ASSURANCE
THAT THE BRIDGE IS TO BE BUILT ACROSS THE SECOND NARROWS IN THE VERY NEAR
FUTURE���THE GOVERNMENT HAVING PLEDGED THEMSELVES TO DO THIS. EXPERTS TELL
US THAT IT WILL BE BUILT TO BURRARD. THIS BEING SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL
BE THE VALUE OF THESE LOTS ON TrlE COMPLETION OF THE BRIDGE? $10,000 WON'T
BUY THEM.
FOR FUiTTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING BURRARD APPLY TO E. W. McLEAN, 501
PENDER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you have to do is to buy a package of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bars for 25c) from any
grocer.
First:    Cut out the end of the package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:    Cut out   the coupon which  appears in the  Daily News every morning.
Third:     Paste   the two together and fill in your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
it  In the   Sealed  Ballot  Box provided for the purpose at H.  Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Columbia street and  Lome street.
IF THIS IS NOT CONVENIENT, SEND SAME ADDRESSED TO WESTERN SOAP COMPANY,
LIMITED, P. O. BOX 1057, VANCOUVER, B. C, AND MARK IN CORNER OF ENVELOPE, "LIGHTHOUSE   SOAP   COMPETITION."
THE BALLOT BOX WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMITTEE SELECTED BY YOURSELVES
ON SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, ON WHICH DAY THE COMPETITION CLOSES. THE
DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE IN ONE OF THE LARGE HALLS IN THIS CITY WHICH WILL BE
DULY ADVERTISED.
SPECIAL NOTICE���WE ARE NOT GIVING AWAY THESE LOTS FOR FUN���WE HAVE AN
OBJECT IN VIEW. WE WANT YOU TO GIVE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP A FAIR TRIAL; USE IT ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE STARTED MANUFACTURING
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WE EXPECTEDTHE PUBLIC TO CAREFULLY FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS;
WE SOON FOUND, HOWEVER, THAT PEOPLE PREFERRED TO WASH IN THEIR OWN WAY,
SO  WE  JUST  HAD TO  CHANGE   OUR   FORMULA  TO   SUIT  CONDITIONS.
NO EMPLOYEE OF THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY, LIMITED, WHO MANUFACTURE
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WOULD SUIT YOU, WOULD WE
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS  MANNER?
ASK YOUR GROCER  GROCER  ABOUT   IT.
UGHTH0USE SOAP COUPON.
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Lighthouse Soap to be valid.
Name	
Address	
(Daily News Pub.  Co., Ltd.)
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both the coupon
which appears In the Dally News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary.
So get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN 8END IN AS MANY COUPONS A3 YOU WISH.
?r^x'<
^y^tLtin ^w^8��i*^;* MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
,.     j   Incident   of   the   Author   *A
Childhood     nciacn ,
"The Bay ot B.scay.
Ml interesting anecdote of the youth
f  loan Davy, who composed the fa-
Js song "The my of Blscay" *b<m*
DUNKINE DURING j
DINNER DISCUSSED
|SH��S53^:&&22��2JH2^^
I
D
u . decided and precocious was this
b ,m m's aptitude for the art bo. ulll
^irpracticed with artistic if not
"     ei���i success.   John Davy was born
fiIian?ttor in 1705.   At the age of al.
n('"r i ��*A n nasslon for music, wider,
beeVS every means of gratifying.
be BOUgni ^ a mURlca, lnstrtl,
110 r^,d determined to provide him-
""-f Jim one of however rough a na-
Bt        Ro from  a neighboring smithy   	
rr��;,Xned  twenty  to thirty  horse   sui.j.-c  ��
From those he selected as many   men.      I
r''""'     i n eomDlete octave and, hav- x ing:
as formal a compw profM
,nff suspended ttu.m in uu uyy     	
Medical   Men  Make "Moderation  During  Mastication" Their Motto���
Drink After Meals.
Paris, Jan. 2.���The question of
when, what and how much lo drink
has been raised hen- by Mr. Fletcher's declaration that one should
chew liquids as well as food. Tne ,
Matin has obtained the views on the
subject of several eminent medical
Among  them are the  follow-
essor   Marcel   Lebbe:     Drink
ling suspenaea iuo^ .----------_"��� I moderately,  but   as  utile  as  possible
���uged himself by lmltatl ng upon ^ ^ J�� what is drunk at meals
them the chimes of the neIgHDonn| Bnould ,���, al the end oi Intervals dur-
-hurch of Credlton. ing the meals, nevei before,     a pint
itv these and other means be obtain-   and ,. quarter of wine per day is BUf-
.     mnu-ledu'e of music which some   Qcleni tor a physical worker, lull tha
'?,'!   v��,rs later enabled him to pro-  quantity   toi   one    engag d  I , seden-
������' ,ir-imatlc pieces and  such   tarj   occup )n.
dure man.N  dramatic i Lancereaux:      One   ought    to
songs as "JustLike Love,^TMiJeatn  ^^  ^ ^^    ^ ^   mrB. ^
Bungs us    uuo�����- ���-ri,���   Pnr   nt
.���, ,-n��d In St. Martins lano In ltw* |yeurH ago 0[ eatin
B    Us buried in St. Martin's church-
rartL-London Chronicle
The  irlKh*   Ap:<��.
Among the litigants before the Bug1
lish courts Borne years ago w is a Mrs
Weldon, who, indei 1, v as - i c mi    ni
ly at law that Baron Poypck once re
marked-.    "This lady h     now such n
very large bus In >sa ai the i ar thai ������
must give Lor every hi lulgi uce." .'1
Weldon was not abashed by the ju
and said many clever tilings in c
The  reminiscences  of  the  late  .1 '
<.'   ���"" Witt,  K. 0., Include an ai
dote of one of her appearances in th
of appeal,   She was endeavoi .
to i pset a judgment of Vice Chancell
Bacon,  and  one ground of  cornpUill;
was that the Judge was too old to U
derstand  the  case.    Thereupon   Lor.
Esher said:   "The last time you v ���:-
here  you  complained  that  jour  ca
had been tried by my brother Hon-".
and you said lie was only a bit of a '
and could not do you just;. -.   Now j
come here  and say  thai   my   1 ���
Bacon was too old.   What uge do yoi
v    it  the Judge to  be/'    "Your  :..
promptly replied  Mrs. Weldon, :
her bright eyes on the liandson e conn
tenance of the master of the ro'.i.-.
quires, bul  It is alwaj      ���. .   to b<
moderate.     Not to   drl /er,
would be far more disa    ou .     The
fashion introduced Bonn   two oi three
 ^^^^^  Willi' I   -Winking
has  only    had    unfavoi abn    i- suit
One Bhould never di Ink ju: t before a
me ii.
Dr, Mom ler:     On   ou   i   to drink
v. II h meals, bul  n ivei  l> fori.     I   I
important, howwi r,    to   con ume ai
i< .i     ;i plnl  and a quartei   ���
within the twenty-four bours.
Dr. Daveniere: Hall a . i ii or a i
of ordinary wine can do no bai m al
nn .ils to the in all ..   individual.
Profi bsoi    Doleris:       i n<     b ss we
di i      al   :.��� lis thi   bi tb r for 1
gestion    and  it  is b< tt< r still i,  we
0 lj  drink after i ating.     Tb    In
1 od    requlrt b liq Id whi
taken as far as poi  Ibb   oul    : mealtimes.
0..
Sin'   <iot   a   Seat.
A woman entered a well filled Bro
way surface car.   She was reasonal
young,  (airly well dressed  and goo
looking, but she walked with a dee;
painful Limp.    As she clutched for
strap half a dozen men arose hasl
and offered her Beats.    She took ti.
nearest  one aud  Bank  into  it  with
look of relief.   The Other men resu   .������
their seats, ami the car sped men
on.    Half a mile farther uptown  tl
woman signaled the conductor to
aud as the ear slowed dowu she ar
walked Jauntily out and stepped
the  car  with   the  nlmbleness   o
i b tolgirl.
The man whose seat she had beei
occupying looked first amazed, tl
sheepish, us the other passengers be
gan to grin at him, then joined lu, as
bee.imes an American when placed In
trying circumstances.
"She's an actress at one of th
Broadway theaters," chuckled a mail
altting nonr him. "1 know her b.v
eight, and when she came In I thoughi
she  must huve boon hurt in  an  ac
���Idon* "��� Kanr   VarV   Sni��
m igfcea   tin   BntowrtBt*.
Tn their way," said the old 8sb��*
"fishes are not such bad weathei
Km��v��   Prom   rijerlence.
"1 sny." said n friend the other day,
"you aro nn old band at it. I have
only just got married, and don't understand much about the business, but has
a married man any rights left When
ho once assumes the hymeneal responsibilities':"
"Bights?    Yes.  1 its!     lie's  a  rlghl
to pay all the bills, to"���
"Stop, i mean this. Let me give
you an Instance. Every box and
drawer and portmanteau and, in fact,
every available receptacle of ever;
description Is stuffed full of my wife's
property and when I want to put awny
1 a few cuffs and collars"���
"Hold bard!   I know what you mean
Listen, young man.   if your bedroom
were    200    yards    long    and    lined
from   the   floor   to   the   ceiling   with
drawers and you wanted a place tu
stow   away   a   couple  of   collars,   yo*
, couldn't find a nook that wasn't full ol
j hairpins,  ttii'ts of frizzes,  pads, scent
I boxus, o!d gloves, powder puffs, ring?
and things.   So just accept the Inevlta
ble.   Wrap your personal property  in
an old newspaper or some brown paper
and hide the parcel under the bed."
The Inquirer smiled loudly and ironl
csilly and passed on a wiser if not 8
better man.
Eskimo Throwing sticks.
A "throwing stick," "throwing
board" or "spear thrower," as It 19
sometimes called, is a contrivance for
casting a javelin or harpoon, which Is
employed by various savage' races,
such as tlie Australians, some South
American tribes and especially by the
Eskimos, among whom Its use Is almost universal. Roughly speaking, It
la a narrow grooved bourd a foot or so
long, with one end cut Into a bundle
���b ��.o u��v  ���*"! tne other provided with n stud oi
BTophets If "a" storm Is approaching I spur for the butt of the spear to rest
Ke Qah stop biting, aud they won't blti j against. It Is used thus: Grasping the
agulu until the storm is well over ; handle as hp would a sword, the man
Ttoey appear to know when a storm I* j fits the shaft of the spear Into tb*
coming and when It has really passed \ groove, with the butt resting against
And to flanarmen and farmers llvby the stud, atwtdylng the spear with the
���Jong the shore fish foretell the neat finger. Then, extendlug Ids arm and
approach of cold weather. Hours ba [ bending ba<tk his hand till the spear
fore it comes fishes leave the shallow Us* horlsonfal, be alms at the mark
waters inshore and seek deeper water,. and propels the weapon by a quick
which in Its depths will stay warm uui forward Jerk of the stick. In tills way
keep an equable temperature after th�� | I have seen Eskimo boys casting their
--������'������   *    larked Javelins at wounded waterfowl
shallower and surface waters havt
turned cold. Oh, yes, fishes know a
thing or two about the weather."-
Wa*bJn#rton Post
_��Jm Vnr She Old Day*.
What stopped the old housewife habit of taking the tablecloth out aftet
each meal and shaking It on th*
ground to the edification of the dog, j I""*
cat, chickens and birds? As a boy w�� | when
nsed to delight In that shake, especial
ly if a comely matron or a pretty g>rt
had hold of the cloth her body sway*!
So gracefully as she handled It. Ms
other motion, not even the rhythm*
dance, set off her figure to better ad
vantage, and the minxes knew it and
always managed to give those flirt*
(when admirers were bandy by. Bui
some one Invented a brush and a prat
ty receiver, and a new fashion tar
-Washingtoai da.) Prasa,
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WM
it!j, '<������,�� JSS'
If fifes ������  m*
���
Merchandise can't well withstand the onslaught of j
Drices like these. They'll make vast piles of winter |
Merchandise melt away like snow in the sun. We try I
no>i to carry over a single item from one season to another, and we ���
don't blend to begin now.
We couldn't, even if we wanted to. Spring merchandise will soon be
pouring in like a torrent, and we'll need every square foot of space we
can get.   Our necessity affords you an unparalleled opportunity.   Every
Maa-af-wsr an Papa*.
wj, man-of-war Is built upon papoi
kafore a single plate of steal is forgsd-
Mot only are the length aad breadth
of a ship decided upon, bat tha naval
constructor con tell to an ounce how
much water aha will displace when bet
armor and guns are mounted upon her,
bow many times her propellers will re*
volve in a minute with a given pressure
of steam and how many tons of coal
an boar must be consumed to attain a
certain rate of speed.���London Qraphla
His Gloomy Ufa.
"What," asked the .sweet girl "was
tha happiest moment of yonr lifer*
"The happiest movent of my Ufa,"
answered the old bachelor, "was what
the jeweler took back an engagement
ting and gave ma siaeva links u aa��
Tba Parverae Golf Ball.
A collector of evidence on the subject
maintains learnedly that the golf ball
Is the most perverse of human Insrl
tntlons. Horo Is a list of strange lies
noted by a follower of the ancient
game: In another player's pock��t,
where It had dropped after travellnj
800 yards; in a cow's mouth; ou the
toof of a clubhouse; behind the glass
protecting a painting hanging on a
cottage wall; In a clump of daisies,
which It so resembled that it was not
found for an hour. When It fell In tha
cow's mouth the frightened unlrral
galloped 2T0 yards nearer the hole and
than restored the ball to its owner. H��
promptly claimed to have driven it 38f
yards and the right to play It trot*
vhsrs it \uv
Enduring Engine Van.
There's one thing about a tooa-
taotive that hasn't changed in tha
last forty-five years," mused an engineer. He wag looking at an en-
S' ie that was drawing Mine coachaa
rough the train shed. The bail
ares clanging loudly.
Tte railroadea a good many
yeais," he continued, "and I can't
remember when the old engine bell
didn't sound just as it does today.
It's always baen rung by a cord too.
The coming of compound cylinders
and the improvement in boilers, pie*
Ions and exhausts have revolution-
bed railroading, but Um old bell
twina* backward and forward lust
as it did when I flwt climbed late
Bargains
item gets a going-out price that's little short or astounding,
are of so rare and wonderful a sort that you can't afford to neglect; their
call.   READ EVERY PRICE AND PROFIT IMMEASURABLY.
cms
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Extraordinary
Values in Women's
Co vts
WOMEN S COATS of tweeda chi vi-
ots and cravenettes, 3-4, 7-8 b d full
length, semi-fitting and sack stj
in grey, brown, cardinal and green.
Regular values up to f21.00, Sale
price ?12!36
WOMEN'S PLAIN KEUSF.Y. broi 1-
cloth and be ivei cloth, braid ' i".
m< ! and self stri pplngs, ti^ht. Bcir.i-
fitting and sack styles, in brown,
black, green, navy. Values $20.00 to
$27.50. Sale price    $11.75
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
COATS in fancy tweeds ana in lad-
Cloths. All this season's. Values up to
$4.50, sale price $2.50; values u,> to
$7.60, sale price  $3.95
WOMEN'S HEAVY COTTON UN-
DERVESTS, elastic knit, form fitting.
all sl/.es, drawers to match. Very
special, a garment   50c
EXTRA QUALITY LIGHT WEIGHT
TJNDERVESTS, form fining, elastic
knit, all sizes, a garment  50c
WOMEN'S SKIRTS in tweeds and
plain cloths, plain gored styles, others pleated with pipings of silk,
trimmed with buttons. Values up to
$0.50, sale price $2.95
FIJLL RANGE OF VENETIAN
CLOTH SKIRTS, colors cardinal,
black, navy, green and brown, plain
gored and pleated styles, trimmed
with buttons. Regular value up to
$8.60, sale price, each,  $4.75
BLACK VOILE SKIRTS, trimmed
With strappings of black taffeta silk
and buttons. Very special at .. .$6.50
BLACK SATEEN
fancy and accordion
ed, very special for
PETTICOATS,
pleated, flounc-
...$1.00
Cashmere Hose
CASHMERE  HOSE���One  hundred
dozen women's cashmere nose, plain
or ribbed, also boys' Hose Heavy
woollen and ribbed. Girls' plain and
ribbed cashmere hose, all sizes. iug.
values
sale price,
Extraordinary
Values in House
Furnishings
ENTIRE STOCK OF BLANKETS,
LINENS, CURTAINS, COMFORTERS, SHEETINGS, QUILTS, ETC.,
1    IEATLY  REDUCED.
Special prices on ends of table linens, 2 to 6    yds.    with    napkins    to
match���
64   inches  wide,  bleached,  reg.  75c;
sale price, yard   65c
68  Inches wid i, bleached, reg.    86c;
sale price, yard 75c
T^ inches wide, bleached, reg. $1.00;
sale price, yard B5c
7- Inches wide, bleached, reg. $t.25;
sale price, yai .1 $1 00
7^ inches wide, bleached,  reg,  $1.36;
sale price    $1.10
'- inches wide, bleached, reg. $1.60;
sale price, yard   $1.25
(��S-inch UNBLEACHED LINENS,
fleur de lis designs, good weight.
Reg. price 50c yard. Sale price, yard
 35c
60-inch UNBLEACHED LINENS,
good heavy quality. Reg. price 60c;
sale price, yard 50c
WHITE SHEETINGS IN PLAIN
and twilled, good quality, English and
Canadian makes. Reg. 35c yard; sale
price,  yard    28c
CIRCULAR PILLOW COTTONS,
40 inches  wide, reg.  20c;   sale  price
 18c
42 and 44 inches wide, reg. 25c; sale
price 22 1-2c
���Hi inches wide, reg. 30c; sale price,
yard 25c
Six dozen Honeycomb quilts, 3-4
and doable-bed size, fringed and
plain. Keg. $1.50; sale price, each
 $1.20
White and colored quilts in 3-4-bed
size, colors red, light blue, pink, navy,
yellow.  Reg.   $1.25;   sale  price,  each
 90c
, - vi..,-.
Dress Goods,
Flannelettes, Etc.
New fancy tweeds, fancy mohairs,
checks, plaids and meltons. Reg. 35c,
45c,  up to 75c per yard;   Bale price
pi r   yard 2oc
Also    fancy    tweeds,    fancy    mo-
.. l! and 64-inch . tilting .   home-
is, fancy  stripes an.1  hi iv.y coat-
i         Reg.  75c   to  $1.25;   stile  price,
!       yard  50c
! Ifteen pieces of fancy colored
flanneljettes,   suitable   for   wrappers,
blouses, etc. Reg. 12 l-2c io lac yard)
sale price, per yard 9c
Ten pieces of   heavy wrapperettes
in fancy stripes and designs, kitnona
cloths. Reg. 20c to 25c yard; sale
pi Ice, per yard 12c
Fifteen pieces of striped English
flannelettes, 32 inches wide, Boft finish, for night dresses or underwear.
Reg. price 20c per yard; Bale price
seven yards for $1.00
Handbags
Sale Price $1.45
GENUINE SEAL AND IMITATION
ALLIGATOR HANDBAGS, metal
trimmings, coin purse inside, all new
shapes. Reg. values $2.00 to $4.00;
sale price $1.45
Women's W<
I
Women's Gloves,
Neckwear, Belts,
Laces, Etc.
BLACK AND TAN FRENCH KID
GLOVES, sizes 5 3-4 to 7 inch. Reg.
price $1.00;  sale price 75c
CHILDREN'S WOOLLEN RING-
WOOD GLOVES and mitts. Reg. 25c
und 30c; sale price, per pair 20c
WOMEN'S WOOLLEN AND CASHMERE GLOVES. Reg. 35c; sale price,
per pair 25c
WOMEN'S BELTS in elastic, leather, silk, black and colors. Reg. 35c to
$1.00; sale price 25c
WOMEN'S LACE AND FANCY
COLLARS. Reg. 35c to 75c; sale price
 25c
ONE LOT OF TORCHON, VALENCIENNES and pillow laces. Reg.
8c to 10c; sale price, per yard....-5c
Also Torchon, Valenciennes. Reg. 10c
to 25c. Sale price, yard  8c
Swiss cambric and nainsook embroidery and  insertions.  Reg.  15c to
20c; sale price, per yard  11c
Colored flannelette embroidery. Reg.
10c to 12 l-2c yard; sale price, per
yard 5c
W. S. C0LUSTER & CO
/<
' PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910. !
Got a
Turkey or
Goose for
New Year
We have had, and
have again, the
FINEST of Turkeys and Geese in
town, and now is
your time and
ADAMS' IS IHE PLACE
TO GET THE BEST.
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See  ou;-   line  of
Silverware
Can ii,.
v :t Cracks
Nickle-Plated Goods
as well as numerous other valuable and useful articles, when
selecting   Christmas  presents.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Plumbers' union will take ilace this
evening at the Labor Temple
Walgamutt'B  orchestra
ance at The Royal fate.
in
attend-
��� Anderson & Lusby :
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COLUMBIA STREET
THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Just Arrived
By   Delayed     Freight
A Superb Line of
Xmas
Chocolates
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Sid Malcolmson, of Elliott street,
who has been laid up with muscular
rheumatism for over three months, is
able to be about again, making his
first   trip downtown on  Friday.
For first-class cut (lowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie*1
Greenhouse, R20S.
There is a possibility that the Gibbons brothers, of Vancouver, will
shortly open a poolroom and billiard
hall in this city. Whether they will
buy out one of the present establishments or add to the number is not
vet decided.
Piano  and
Martin,  Mas.
organ
Baa.
tuning.      V.
'phone Lfilii,
city.
C.
A. Harrison, late proprietor of
the Oilier hotel, Seattle, is a guest
of J. J. Kelley at the Russell House.
A successful New Year's live dance
v held on Friday in Si. George's
Hall, undei the auspices of the NaVa-
jo club. About so couples occupied the
floor. 'I'll' catering was under the
managemenl oi .1. Cash, of the Royal
fate.'this being his initial effort '"
this line.
Dr. F. P. Smith, who was called
to Detroit, Mich., about two weeks
ago, as a result of the Bessemer car
ferry fatality on Lake Erie, on of his
brothers being among the victims, reunited to tin city yesterday. The
body of Dr. Smith's brcther was found
;t lew days after the accident in company with five others in Hie ferry's
Inn,: boat, the men having been frozen to death on the lake. The victims
of ihe disaster were given an impressive funeral.
See W. S. Collister's
JANUARY SALE
Ad. on Page
Seven
Some of the men employed on the
pi Mi'- works department had to turn
out yes ��� . ti thaw out a couple of
hydrants on Columbia street. Tiie
road has been dug up to lay the sewers and tin- water pipe was exposed
in some places. When a test was
made yesterday of till the hydrants
��� . I south of Royal avenue, it was found
good  skating on Trout | th&{ 1|)(, ()n;1 ,)t ,]u, (MH.nei. of Kighlh
street ami Columbia street and the
one at the corner of the Merchants
hotel were frozen solid. Fires were
placed around them and they were
quickly thawed out. .Men were leu on
the spot till nighl to keen the fires
going.
There  was
Lake and Burnaby    Lake    on    New
Year's Day and yesterday and many
of the New Westminster people took
advantage of it.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
Your box in a sarety deposit vault
is a private affair. No one has access
to it hut yourself. And besides, it
is safe ami that is a factor worth
something to yon. Then it costs
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Lei
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co.. Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager,
New  Westminster branch. 228-4
The dredges Fruhllng and Samson
were tied up at the market wharf
over the New Year holiday. They
will  start  work again this morning.
Typewriters overhauled and the
rollers tinned, taking the pi s and
scores out. Everything as good as
new. W. Webster mechanical expert,
Dominion  Trusl   Block,  10 Sixth  St.
The new Lulu island bridge, although not quite complete, is now
open to till river traffic. The lumber
men were making strenuous efforts
yesterday to get some logs up the
river b. fore the ice closed lu.
Call  at   The   Royal  Cafe   for
dinner or after theatre supper.
uneh.
Frank DeGrey, of this city, but, who
is r.ow spending a holiday in Europe,
i recently cahled the Schaake Male Works to Insta] a Cowle Heavy
1 ..ty engine in a new launch he is
having built, as he cannot find a
worthy rival to the Cowie in anj of
the foreign cities lie has visited.
ICE  PALACES TABOOED.
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PLUMBING  AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone 586
English Watchmaker
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
Gold Watc'jes for Ladies from $1275
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*   horn   Geo. Adam*, Groeet
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
No  Cheap  Rates  to    Points   Erecting
Them.
Chicago, Jan. 2.���Managers of railroads ate determined thai ice palaces
and other displays which they believe.
adversely advertise certain districts
I will not be conceded reduced rates.
1 The lines running from Chicago into
Canada, the Wabash, Grand Trunk
and Michigan Central, have reafflr.g>8<j
the agreement of last year that no
reduction will be in effect to Montreal or similar shows at any other
point. Last winter the promotors of
ihe palace in Montreal requested
passenger rates to thai city, but the
roads refused the cm lares in any
way, on the ground that to advertise
or to lower rates for an ice palace
was the booming of tin undesirable
faeture of the city or districts. The
roads were backed in their stand by
the citizens of Montreal. Several
years ago the railroads took a similar stand in connection with the ice
palaces that were erected every winter in St. Paul. The people of the
Twin Citiet took the initiative i'1
abolishing the winter festival,
TORONTO GOES BACK
TO OLD STAGE DAYS
The Annual Public Meeting of Kate,
payers of the Municipality of Burnaby will be held at the Municipal hall,
Edmonds, B. C, on Saturday January
8th, 1!)10, at 2 p.m.
C. T.  SAUNDERS, C.M.C.
Toronto, Jan. 2.���Toronto is driven
hack to the old stage days by the refusal of the Toronto Street Railway
company to extend their lines into
the newly annexed territory. The
necessity of transportation of soms
kind has led to the adoption of the
old time stage as a method of getting
down town. Peter Fetterly, a resident of Todmorden, has placed In
commission a two-horsed stage, which
starts half a mile within the city limits and runs north two miles through
a thickly populated district. A five-
cent fare Is charged.
HUNTER   FALLS  ON   BEAR
HIBERNATING IN SNOW
Husuiu, Jan. 2.���Falling oa top Of
a live bear hibernating under two feet
of snow- and brush was ihe experience related hy a hunter from Stevens county, a few days ago. Robert
Lyman was over on Buck creek,
northwest of here, near the headwaters of that stream, looking up indications of tiie beas' winter headquur-
ters, when he made a discovery that
was not dowA on the program.
In crossing over some fallen trees
he lest his'balance and took a high
dive into a snow bank, his gun landing out of sight ten feet away. To
his surprise the ground appeared to
come up suddenly, tossing him under
a tangled mass of brush and snow.
For a time it was difficult to know
whether a big brown bear was anxious 'o hike from ihe premises or
Lyman, Liut tiie bear was slill running when Lyman recovered his gun.
SENSATIONAL   DEVELOPMENTS
FOLLOW LYNCHING BEE
COQUITLAM   MUNICIPALITY.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account,
NOW Is the best time to start one.
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,
F   6HUTE. Manager.
The   annual   ratepayers'    meeting
will be held in the Municipal Hall at
Westminster Junction on January -l.
li)10, commencing at 1 p.m. promptly.
By order of Council.
JOHN SMITH, C.M.R...
Gruesome  Find.
Farnham, Que., Jan. 2.���A horrible
discovery was made today in the Canadian Pacific yards by car inspei- 1
tors. Under a freight car forming
part of a train coming from the north '
was found part of a human face, consisting of the lower part of the nose,
a piece of the left jaw with six teeth
and the left half of the upper jaw-
covered with a brown moustache. The
skeleton was stuck to the brake connecting rod. The floor under tIncur was smeared witli blood.
Canyon City, Or., Jan. 2.���An olli-
uial investigation into the death of
Orville Snyder, who was shot to
death by a band of lynchers as he
was being brought to itiis city to be
tried for the murder of Arthur Green
last week, lias resulted in the arrest
of four alleged members of the lynching party. it is believed that additional arrests will be made. Sensational de\ lopuienls are expected.
Snyder stio. and kil.ed Green during
;i quarrel, and was being brought here
by a deputy sheriif. The deputy
had reached a point about two miles
from Hamilton, when the lynchers
suddenly appeared and commanded
Snyder to alight from the deputy's
wagon. He acquiesced cheerfully
and the deputy was ordered to drive
on. He had proceeded but a short
distance when a volley of shots was
fired. The deputy when back to the
scene and found Snyder's bullet-riu-
dled body, but there was no sign of
the lynchers about.
BEER  LABELED " VINEGAR-
DUMPED INTO SEWERS
INVESTMENTS
WHY PAY RENT? We have on
our lists some especially good bargains for
those seeking homes.
INVESTMENTS. Call on us before buying. We have some sure moneymakers.
F. J. HART & CO., LIMITED
fHfttft'i tTB
UJ��.<4<
Spokane, Jan. 2.��� Twenty-eight barrels of vinegar, manufactured from
the waste beer and "slops" from the
Log Cabin saloon, have been condemned and poured into the sewer by
order of Will II. Adams, deputy state
dairy and food commissioner, acting
under instructions from L. Davies,
State dairy and food commissioner,
and by this action an infant industry
founded by the proprietor of the saloon to utilize tiie by-products of the
institution, has been nipped.
Back of the bar a copper tank connected with tubs and barrels in the
basement, which carried waste beer
and froth from the overflowing glasses into  the basement receptacles.
The officers observed that a customer who had ordered beer drank only
two-thirds of the liquid and the barkeeper threw the balance into the
tank, from which it drained into the
"vinegar" barrel below. This stuff
was being sold to customers.
Had to Go Steerage.
Prince Hupert, Jan. 2.���The Cottage City was filled to overflowing
when she sailed yesterday. Some of
Prince Rupert's prominent citizens
had neglected to engage a stateroom
early enough, and were obliged to
travel steerage. It was a case of go
that way or stay on shore, and as
their buslens was urgent, they had to
accept the "glory hole."
MUNICIPAL   AND   SCHOOL   BOARD
ELECTIONS   1910
Municipality   of   Burnaby,     including
for   School    Board    Purposes,
District    Lot  172.
Public notice is hereby given to the
electors  ot    the    Municipality    ol
Burnaby,  (and for    School    Board
purposes, of District Lot  IT-, I  that
1  require  the  presence  of  the  said
electors at th��' Municipal Hall   on
MONDAY,   JANUARY   10,   1909,   ai
12 o'clock noon, for the purpose ID
of electing persons    to    represent
them  in   the   Municipal   Council   as
Reeve and Councillors for the year
1910, and (2) of electing four persons to serve on the Board of School
Trustees of Burnaby.
The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows: The candidates shall be nominated in wining,
the  writing shall  be    subscribed    by
two voters of the Municipality ;is Proposer and Seconder, and shall be delivered  to  the  Returning  Officer  at
any time between Hie date of the no-
tic and _ o'clock p.m. on the day of
the nomination, and in the event of
a  poll   being necessary such  poll  will
be opened on Saturday the 15th day
of January. 1910, at 9 a.m. and close
at 5 p.m., at the Municipal Hall, Ld-
monds;    Agricultural    Hall,   Central
Park;   Lake View    School,    Burnaby
Lake;   Barnet  School,  Barnet;    Mrs.
Cobban's House. Burqultlam, of which
evt iy   person  is  hereby   required   to
take   notice   and   govern   himself   ac-
coi dingly.
The qualification fcr Reeve shall be
his being a male British Subject, and
having been for the three months
1,1 xt preceding the day 01 his nomination, the registered owuer in the Land
Registry Office of land and real property, situate within the Municipality,
of the assessed value.on the last Municipal Assessment Roll, ot five hundred dollars or more, over and above
any registered judgment or charge.
and being otherwise duly qualified as
a voter:
The qualification for Councillor
shall he liis being a male British Subject, and having been for three months next preceding the day of his nomination the registered owner in the
Land Rgistry Office of land or real
property, situate within the Municipality of the assessed value on tile last
Municipal Assessment Roll of two
hundred and fifty dollars or more, over and above any registered judgment
or charge, or being a homesteader,
lessee from the Crown or pre-emptor
who has resided within the Municipality for the space of one year, or
more, immediately preceding the
nomination, and who is assessed for
five hundred dollars or more, on the
last Municipal Assessment Roll, over
and above any registered judgment
or charge, or being a homesteader,
lessee from the Crown, or pre-emptor
who has resided within the Municipal.
Ity for a portion of one year immediately preceding tiie nomination, and
who, during the remainder of said
year has been Hie owner of said land,
of which lie formerly was B homesteader, lessee from the Crown or
pre-emptor, and who is assessed for
five hundred dollars or more on the
last Municipal or Provincial Assessment Roll, over and above any registered judgment or charge, and being
otherwise qualified as a voter.
The qualification for the office of
School Trustee is as follows: Any
person being a householder In the
School District, and being a British
Subject of the full age or 21 years,
and otherwise qualified by the Public
Schools Act of 1905 to vote at an election of School Trustees in the said
School District shall be eligible to ho
elected to serve as a School Trustee
in such, Municipal District.
Only British Subjects may vote at
Municipal Elections (Sec. 1 and 2,
Chap. 53���lOOli.)
Given  under  my hand  at  Burnaby
this 27th day of Decemher. 1909.
C. T. SAPXDKRS,
Returning Officer.
80 chains, thence south so chains,
thence west 80 chains to place ol
commencement, containing 640 acrea
more or less.
EDITH LOUISE PATERSON,
T. .1. BEATTY, Agent.
Located   December 7,  11109.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, John William Beatty, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation painter,
Intend to apply Cor a license to [inspect for coal and petroleum on the
following described  lands;
Commencing  at  a oost planted at
the northeast comer of    Marj  Summers, northeast    corner posi  0
Boundary road, one mile north of tin;
B.C.E.R.   tramway,    thonce  no
chains, thence  west  So chains, '
south 80 chains, thence east  8(J 1    ling
to place of commencement, ci main-
ing (III) acres more or less.
JOHN   WILLIAM   BEATTY,
T. ,1.  BEATTY, A    nt,
Located December 7. L909.
NOTICE.
District of  New Westminster.
Take notice that  thirty  days
date,    I    Thomas    .lames    Beatl     ol
Vancouver,  li. C, occupation, miner,
intend to apply for a license to prospect   for coal  and  petroleum on
following described  lands:
Commencing at a post plant 1 at
the southwest corner of district lol
twenty twenty-live (2ii2fii, thence
north so chains, thence
80 chains. thence south BO
chains, thence west S;i chains I 1
place of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
THOMAS  JAMES   BEATTY.
Located  Ii'e, ,,,;,, ,   7   [909,
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, 1 Catherine Plorem e '(   '
Vancouver,   B.  C,    occupation,  lady,
intend to apply f ��r a license to
peel  for coal and petroleum on I -
following lands.
Commencing    at    a  post    planted
twenty chains east of T.   I.  li  w'^v-
west   corner,  thence north  SO  chain*,
thence  east  80 chains,  tMnee  south
Kl)  chains,  thence  west  80  chains,  to
place   of   commencement,   containing
i!40 acres more or less.
CATHERINE   FLORENCE BEATTY,
T. J. BH iTTY, Agent.
Located Doeemboi   '.    J 909.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty da', s after
date I, Lizzie Paterson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady, intend
to apply for a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of lot 1038
thence west 80 chains, thence south
SO chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, to place of
commencement containing 640 acres
more or less.
LIZZIE PATKRSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located November no, 19oo.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, A. J. Paterson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation broker, intend
to apply a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
; described hinds:
Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of district lot
805, thence west 80 chains, ihence
south 80 chains, thence east SO
chains, thence north So chains to
place of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
ADAXIUAM JUDSON PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located November 30, 1909.
Silicon No. l, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional,  Silicon   Fractional   Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated in the New
Westminster    Mining    Division    ol
New  Westminster  District,   where
located Pitt Lake:
Take   notice   that   we,   Pitt    Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited,
Free  Miner's  Certificate  No.   B30434,
intend fiO days front  the dale liereoi
to apply to  the  Mining   Recorder  for
a Certificate of Improvement  for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant
of the above claims.
And further lake notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated  this  14th  day  of  December,
A. D. 1909.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   CRMFNT
CO., LTD., E. J. FADER, Agent,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B304H5.
ROYAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Edith Louise Paterson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, teacher,
intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post plnntPd at
the southwest corner of Central Park,
Those palmists do not tell things to-
please a person, but read your life
from the cradle to the grave just as
It shows In your hand, All readings
must be satisfactory or no charges
will  be  made.      Address 613 Colum-
thence  north 80 chains,  thence east  bla street, New Westminster, B. C.

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