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FIRE
INSURANCE
WHIT��, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Lire
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1910.
FIVE CENTS PER C
flELUG DECIDES
10 PAY Off LOAN
Fifty-year Loan of $20,000,-
000 Issued in 1885 Will be
Repaid in July.
Ottawa, Jan.
[ng, minister of
i,i ; i\ e notice
.���lion. w. s. Field-
finance, has decided
tit once that Canada
will en July 1. 1010, exercise its option to pay off Che loan of ��4,000,000
sterling, issued iu lb.85 lu London,
bearing interest at -l per cent. The
loan was tor 50 years, with the option
,,i repayment in 2b years, upon six
months' notice.
The state of the money market for
some time has been such that It was
considered advisable to allow the
lean to run ou, but iu consequence of
ihe more favorable outlook in monetary conditions, the minister of fi
naiice litis now decided that the loan
Shall he retired.
Banner Year in Toronto.
Toronto, Jan. 3.���Nineteen hundred
and nine has been the record year In
building operations In Toronto, the
approximate value oi permites being
$18,260,000, an increase- of (6,494,664
over last year.
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SOUTH   POLE   BY   BALLOON.
Two  Russian  Officers  Plan   Exploring
Tour  in   Dirigibles.
Paris, Jan. ;i.���Messrs. Mattesan
and Volscheck of the Russian army
today purchased two dirigible balloons
with capacities of l-iuo and 2000 cubic
metres with which they win undertake an expedition to the South Pole,
The explorers plan to convey the
. .. atus by ship as tar Bouth as
.e , ��� win permit and thence pro-
... .a the balloons southward, 'ihe.'.
will keep in touch with then ships,
ihelr base of supplies, t��y means ot a
wireless out lit.
ALMTA TtLtPHUNLS
TO atlWUKK PKOVK
Construction of  New  Lines Will   Permit of  Conversations  Between
Vancouver and Wainwright.
Edmonton, Jan. 3.���Telephone connection with Lloydminster and Wainwright on the east and Vancouver,
Victoria and all B. C. points on the
west will be Hie practical effect of a
program which the Alberta government has adopted for l'JIO.
Several hundred miles of government telephone extensions throughout the province are being planned
for next summer by the public works
department of the provincial government This was the stateiunet of Hon
W. 11. Cushing, minister of public
works, who has just returned from a
trip to the Pacific coast.
The most important extensions will
be east along the line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific east of Edmonton, and
the connecting up of the southeastern
portion of the province with tin- trunk
lines running north and south between Edmonton and the international boundary.      Contracts for ran-
(Contiuued on  Page Seven).
Chair Occupied by W. H.
Keary During His Tenure
of Office is Given to Him.
Mayor Keary presided at his las;
council meeting and Mayor Lee at
his lirsi one yesterday morning. The
L90S council, came to order at JL
O'clock Willi all the aldermen, with
the exception of J. J. Johnsolu, who
arrived  hue,  in  their seals.
There were only a ti w communications to be read, ,and Uiese were
nearly all referred to the new council. Gllley Bros, were given permission to place a weigh scale in front of
their olllce on  Columbia street.
On the suggestion oi Alderman
Johnston the city decided to invest
the sum of $11.'jo oil a hoist tor the
city market. He also b.ought, in a
report recommending that Vidal <^
Bacchus be refused permission to
paint a sign on the retaining wall
near their oilice, and also reported
against granting a caterer at the
market permission to partition on a i
portion of the market building for
use as a lunch counter.
The other communications were
dealt witlt by the new council, which
met at noon.
The Incinerator Question.
Alderman J. Carter Smith brought
in a report on the Incinerator, The
report o.'.. ��� 1 uj solution to the question, i .. cast doubts on the efficiency
on the one machine that has been
suggested. Mr. Smith impressed
the new council with the urgency of
doing something with the matter immediately and ii was finally left with
a committee composed of himself and
Mayor Lee to act. The reason toi
the haste displayed is the fact that if
no decision is reached by January iJ,
tiie Portland Company, which has tne
only tender before the council, will
withdraw its offer.
Presentation to  Mayor,
At the conclusion of the meeting
Alderman Fader moved that the
mayor retire from the chair and permit Alderman Gray to act as chairman. Mr. Fader then moved that the
chair from which Mr. Keary has pie-
sided at the meetings of the council
for the past  eight years, be presented
(Couliaueu  cu   Page   Six).
VALLEYS Of BRITISH COLUMBIA
act mm of wo
Withir Past Few Months Seven Thousand Irquiries Have
Been Received by C. P. R. Land Department
Concerning Fertile Lands of Province
��� Irrigation in Alberta
ROBUN'S WARNING
AGAINST SOCIALISM
Winnipeg, Jan. ;;.���j. g. Dennis,
assistant to William Whyte, second
vice-president of the C.P.R., who is In
the city, said that his visit to Winnipeg was for the purpose of consulting
with Mr. Whyte regarding the operations in tiie \..st during the year.
B. C. Attracts Attentions.
Mr. Dennis referred to the great interest which t:-; now being tak< n iu
the settlement of lands in British Columbia, where the CP.lt. have large
interests which are administered at
Calgary. lie stated that during the
last few months of the past year thu
company received some 7000 inquiries
from all parts of the world, but
largely from the United States, from
people who desire to locate in British
Columbia and that it was evident, in
the near future that the valleys in
the southern portion of Hie province
were going to be- rapidly colonized.
and that tiie fruit and mixed farming
industry rapidly developed.
Asked as to progress Which had
been made in the large irrigation project of the C.I'.It. in Southern Alberta, Mr. Dennis said that during l'JU'J
the irrigation system in the western
section of the 3,000,000-acre block had
been completed and that within that
district the company now ha I '; ���
mib-s of canals ami ditches cornplt ti d
to serve the 350,000 acres of land ir-
rigatable within that section.
3000 Miles of Canals.
The matte;   of further extension of
and eastern sections of Hie block
comprising. 2,000,000 acres, is now un-
dei consideration and it is expected
that work on this extension will he
undertaken in the spring, this, when
completed, would cover 3000 miles of
canals and ditches to serve some 800,-
O'Hj acres of land, which I* Irrlgatable
Within those sections.
Much New Land Broken.
Mr. Dennis referred to toe marked
development which laid taken place
in ihe irrigation block during 1909,
pointing out that the land sales lor
. itual development during the greater part of the year had averaged
about a million dollars a month and
that within the western district 02,-
000 acres of new laud had been broken last year to be cropped during the
coming season. While in February,
1008, there was only one elevator oa
the main line near Calgary, with the
close of 1'ju'j there were 'fifteen elevators, including the new 500.0" I-
bushel terminal elevator under construction at Calgary.
Many Coming West.
Reports received from the large
agency organization which the company has in the United States and
throughout the world, indicate that
the movement of people to Western
Canada, and especially Southern Alberta, during the coming year, will
show a marked increase over the
movement which took place during
1909 ami the prospect for rapid settlement and development all through
Unionists Pleased at Widely
Quoted Utterances of the
Premier of Manitoba.
CRUISERS ON WA J
AI HAUBU MNKS
the irrigation  system in the central' Alberta is very promising.
Masked Men Hold Up Street Car
With Revolvers in Vancouver
London, Jan. 3.���Premier Koblin's
speech, which is widely quoted, appears most appositely on tiie morning
of the publication of Lloyd-George B
daclaration at Reading, when he
said:
"Our colonial brethren have been
watching this budget with great interest, and nave been expressing their
opinions very fully. They are all thoroughly ashamed of their lordly friends
for the way in which the latter de
dined to face their responsibilities
and pay up like men. 1 think that on
the whole our tariff reform friends
are rather glad that our kinsmen beyond the seas are not here to take
part in the election."
The Daily Express under the heading "Colonial Premier Refutes Lloyd-
George" sets the foregoing passage
in parallel columns with Mr. Roblin's
fears of the result if the Socialists
dominate the liritish parliament, and
the necessity of general recognition
within the empire of the Briton over
the foreigner.
Danger to Empire.
The Standard heads its special report "Hanger to Empire. Overseas
Premier's  Appeal.  Social  Influences.'
The Manchester Guardian which
was so quick to use against the Unionists the alleged interview with Sir
Wilfrid Laurier and his prominent
colleague, suppresses all reference
to the Rob'iin incident.
Free Lances    Reckless.
As election day approaches the
statements of free lances on each side
ari- growing more reckless. Reading
the   Radical   papers   today,   one     con
(Continued on  Page Three).
Kestrel and Wi1 f��.n Joliffe
Force American Boats to
Open Waters.
LAST  FENIAN  DEAD.
The activity of the Canadian gi,-
erumeut lisheries steamer KesuvJ,
and the chartered steamer William
Jolifle on the halibut banks off the
northern coast of British Columbia
has resulted in practically driving the
nondescript American lishiug fleet
into Alaskan waters. Dunn,; the past
few months the Canadian fisheries
protective Steamers have been closely
guarding the banks inside Hie three-
mile limit in Hecate strait, luxou entrance, and otuer northern waters,
keeping Ameiicau boats on the move
and ousting them horn the shelter of
Canadian harbors when the weather
was such as to keep them from staying to weather out. storms in the
open. This lorcing of the American
fishing boats out ot the harbors mis
caused them no end of woriy and financial loss, a number o[ steameis
having lost botn anchors aud chains
lately. Whenever     the     weather
will permit Hie American steamers
are forced to leave the protection of
any harbor they may be found ia.
Practically ail the smaller halibut
boats flying the American flag have
left Canadian waters this wiuier because of the activity of the Canadian
cruisers. They are nearly ah auxiliary gasoline schooners, and tire now
operating on the banks of the Alaska,
coast. The American steamers.
Which are better fitted than the power boats for weathering storms in the
open, are still fishing m Hecate strait,
but ate being kept outside the three-
mile limit by the cruisers.
TOEH SUPPLY IS NOW
mm iu limn
GRAIN ELEVATORS HERE
STILL A POSSIBILITY
E. H. Heaps states that the plans
of the Alberta-British Columbia Elevator & Wharf Company, covering the
erection of a large grain elevator at
New Westminster, are still under consideration, although the British Columbia, government has refused to
give financial aid toward the erection
of elevators, either at Vancouver,
Prince Rupert or New Westminster.
The original request for aid in the
building of elevators on the Pacific
coast came from Alberta Interests
and support from that end of the line
is assured, there being a possibility
that the government of that province
will lend assistance to the project. A
meeting of the directors of the company will bo held during the present
month, at which the possibility of pro-
ceedlng witti the construction of the
proposed elevator during the coming
season will be discussed.
Yale Baseball Pitcher in Trouble.
New Haven, Conn., Jan. :;.���Eddie
VanVlcck, Vale pitcher of last year's
nine, may be suspended by the National Baseball commission in a peculiar ruling. Last summer lie pitched
one game for the Wateibury team of
the Connecticut league. He refused
to sign a contract. Now Manager
Durant of Wateibury claims Van
Vleck can be suspended because, after taking money for playing a game,
he refused to sigu a contract, VanVlcck lias received offers to join National an* American league clubs, but
has hitherto declined them. He
pitched the game at Waterbury to
help out that nine when It was crippled by want of pitchers. VanVleek
is still a leading amateur ball player.
Two masked men yesterday evening held up a Powell street car in
Vancouver, forcing the conductor at
the point of revolvers to hand over
his money changer and fare box, getting clear away with the booty.
The highwaymen are described as
being young, fairly well dressed,
wearing three-quarter length overcoats, soft black hats and ordinary
walking boots. Both wore blue hand
car shifting the trolley arm around.
T^. McCarty, the conductor, was at the
rear end of the car when the m< n
stepped aboard. Pointing two revolvers at his head they ordered him to
hand over his money changer and
fare box. The conductor complh d
j with the request of the masked men
without delay. There was only one
passenger on the car at the time, a
young man    who declined    to trav< 1
kerchiefs with white spots over their j farther when he discovered what had
faces as masks.      They are about five ; happened.
feet eight inches in height. '     The highwaymen secured about ftf-
The holdup took place at the Powell teen dollars In cash from the money
street terminus, about lOil-io p.m., I changer and only a small sum in nick-
when the car was at a standstill, Mo- j els and some tickets from the fare
tormnn J.  W.  Sudellffe being off  the   box.
CHINESE OBJECT
TO ARBITRATION
Insist Territory Illegally Occupied by Portugal Must
Be Evacuated.
FRENCH   DEPUTIES   WILL
FIGHT HARD FOR SEATS
Paris, .Ian. 3.���During the May elections the members of the Chamber of
Deputies will have to talk like good
fellows to convince their constituents
that their salaries of $3,000 are not
too high. Twenty years ?go they were
Retting but $1,800 a year, when they
voted themselves an Increase.
Member Cosnler, in explaining
things to his constituents says being
deputy costs him $5,000 a year, over
his salary. Political newspapers tax
him heavily, he says, he having to
contribute to their support. "It costs
an awful lot to eat, drink, and dress
in Paris," he says, "and you don't
want your deputy looking like a
tramp, do you?"
Pekin, Jan. 3.���Negotiations extending over live months between
China aud Portugal on the question
of Macao boundary have failed, and
today the Chinese government sent a
formal measure to tne Portugese
government that under no circumstances will It consent to arbitration.
It Is pointed out that only China and
Portugal can settle this question between themselves.
Mabao is on an island of the same
name at the mouth of the Canton
river. China holds that for some
years all dependencies and tne city
of Macao have been occupied Illegally
by Portugal, and that the only concession of territory ever made to
Portugal was the town of Macao.
China insists that the territory and
adjacent islands be evacuated by Portugal.
At the Hongkong conference the
Chinese delegates refused to recognize Portugal's claim in Macao or to
submit the question to argitratlon.
Later the Portuguese government
sent General Machedo to China in the
hope of reaching an amicable settlement of the dispute, but he failed in
this mission.
CONVICT CONFINES
TO MUHOEK YEARS AGO
Declares Innocent Man Was Executed
for Crime���Implicates Two
Other  Men.
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 3.���A special to
the Times-Star from Wheeling, W.
Va., says that Joseph Vastello, a convict in the penitentiary there, lias
confessed to the prison authorities
that he and two other men killed
Samuel T. Ferguson, a wealthy contractor near Washington, Pa., in 1903.
Milovar Kovovic was hanged far
crime, and Milovar Patrevie is serving a sentence oi twenty years for
complicity.
Vastello says that neither of these
men was concerned iu the murder.
IMMORAL BOOK SELLERS
SENT TO CENTRAL PRISON
Men  Who  Supplied  Residents of To
ronto With Filthy Literature Get
Year in Jail.
Morley Out for  Mayoralty.
Victoria, Jan. 3.���A. J.  Morley has
Suburban  Extensions in Victoria.
Victoria, Jan. 3.���The British Columbia Electric Railway Company
has purchased property on Douglas
street bounded by Discovery and Chatham streets for terminal facilities for
their proposed suburban extensions.
The latter will tap the rich agricultural district in Saanich.
TWO   NEW   REGIMENTS.
Toronto, Jan 1���Judge Winchtsie
in county com' sessions today sentenced L. J. Skih :oid .' C. King to
one year each in the Centr. I Prison
for the circulation of immoral litem-
, ture. King and Skill, trading as the
Toronto Antiquarian Book company,
. |1C ! sold costly books of an indecent character.
Victor S. Zmonski. a Pole, one of a
St. Paul gang who tooK $0,OOo from
the Bank of Nova Scotia at Rainy
Hiver in broad daylight, was sent to
Kingston for ten years.
Mrs. Jennie Cochrane got twenty
days hard labor lor shoplifting. Judge
Winchester said lie understood she
was a church member and supposed
to be a respectable woman. There
was less excuse for her, he said, than
for a girl out at work.
May Brunnell, another shoplifter,
appeared in a sealskin coat and was
given ten days.
Roy Burnham, who maimed a cow,
got two years, less a day.
Late John M. Fogarty. of Buffalo, Was
Sole   Survivor of   Invaders.
St. Catharines, Out., Jan. 3.���Death
a few days ago in Buffalo removed
the last survivor of the old Fenian
brotherhood which organization was
responsible for and engineered the
I-1 iiian raid in 1866, Which came to
such a disastrous ending for the raiders.
John M. Fogarty, a veteran mail
carrier of Buffalo, who passed away
at his home on Plymouth avenue iu
that city, was one of the leaders of
the Fenian raid. He was with the
Fenian army which advanced along
the north shore of Lake Erie to
Kidgeway, Ont., being In command of
a company, under General O'Neil,
Fogarty led his mea across the river
on May 31, 18M, aud at the nn moi
able battle of Ridgevvay, a week later,
he commanded the skirmish line.
Many a man throughout the Niagara
district living today can tell of personal experiences in that light, which
resulted in sending the Feuians flying back to where they came from,
those at least who were able to.
Fogarty was said to be'the last survivor of the Feuiau raid in Buffalo.
He was 75 years old and fought all
through the civil war.
Agreement Between  Municipality and
This City  Has Been Signed By
Ex Mayor W. H. Keary.
BIG TRUST MERGER
FORMED IN NEW YORK
Combination of Three  Financial Concerns   Unite s
Resources of $150,000,000.', uTe muMcipK
The Riehmund water agreement
nas Unallj been signed by the mayor
and ratified by the council, a lew-
da} s ago a committee of the council
una representatives iroui the municipality got together ana fixed up uil-
disputed point about the repair to the
pipe alter the expiration of the M
.. t...a. .u the final meeiing 01 the
i.".> council yesterday moruiug Lie
agieement was ratified by teh retiiin^
council.
'1 lie agreement is to the effect that.
for the sum ot $1J5,000 the city of
New Westminster agrees to connect
in a workmanlike and substantial
manner the reservoir at Queen s Fork
by means of a steel water pipe 24
inches in diameter, with the city's
present water works system at its
present intake at Coquitlam Lake.
and to lay a steel water main 13 inches iu diameter from or near the said
reservoir to a point ou Lulu island
near the westerly end of the Lulu island bridge, where the city will tap
it with a 6-inch distribution pipe for
its own use and a steel water main
12 Inches in diameter iroui sucii point
to the westerly boundary Hue 01 the
township at its iutersectiou 01 the
Lulu Island road.
The municipality shall pay for the
work as it progresses, keeping back
each month twenty-live per cenu ol
the estimated cost until the work is
finished, which shall be as soon as
the city lias brought the pipe to the
easterly boundary of the township
and is prepared to supply water to
Winnipeg is Authorized to Form Ad
ditional  Regiments.
Winnipeg, Jan. 3.���Official authorization for the formation of two new-
regiments for Winnipeg, the Highlanders and Grenadiets, has been received at the office of Col. Steele.
The work of organization will now be
proceeded with In earnest.
The Highland regiment will be five
hundred strong and the Grenadiers
four hundred  strong.
POWER  OF SPEECH  LOST
IN   ATTACKING   BUDGET
London, Jan. 3.���At a recent political dinner, an unusual incident occurred which to superstitious persons,
bodes ill for the opponents of the
budget.
Sir Herewald was making a vigorous speech attacking the financial
policy of the government, when he
suddenly lost the power of speech. He
remained standing, looking fixedly before  him, for several  minutes,    and
Local Option Defeated.
Cornwall, Ont., Jan. 3.���The local
option bylaw was defeated at the
at last announced his Intention of be-1 polls here today by a majority of 112 I then overcome by faintness,, he was
Ing a candidate for mayor this year, votes. Mr. Maloney was elected assisted to his seat. After an Interval
The advent of Mr. Morley has not mayor over Mayor Munroe, M.D., by he endeavored to resume his speech,
been unexpected. The other three ; a majority of forty-one votes. A. Dut. he was again overcome and was
candidates, Aid, Turner, W. C. Oliver Denny was returned as reeve with a iea from the room. A doctor was sum-
and Aid. Henderson, all Intend to re- j majority of 344 votes over W. C. Mc- moned and under his care Sir Here-
main in the field.                                   ^Guire. wald seemed to recover.
New York, Jan. ;{.���.1. Pierpont
Morgan, Thos. F. Ryan and Levi F.
Morton linked hands in New York
today in a trust company merger
which unites resources of $160,000,-
ooo. it is a triple combination bringing the Guaranty Trust Company, the
Morton Trust Company and the Fifth
Avenue Trust Company, all of this
city, under one head with the title of
The Guaranty Trust Company. The
merger is perhaps the largesi of its
kind in the United States.
Stockholders to Ratify Plans.
Directors of all three companies
met today and informally approved
the terms of the merger which will
be put in more definite form on
Wednesday, when another directors'
meeting will be held aud the plan
ratified by the stockholders, although
a formal vote on the matter will not
be taken until later.
Levi P. Morton, ,who Is president
of the Morton Trust Company aud
the Fifth Avenue Trust Company,
both known as Mortoii-Ryan concerns, has consented to act as chairman of the board of the merged company.
This new movement In finance follows the recent absorption of the
Guaranty Trust Company, by the so-
called Morgan Interest, but upon Just
what terms the merger is made was
not disclosed today. The Guaranty
Trust Company has total deposits of
more than 188,000,000.
The Morton Trust Company's deposits aggregate more than 945,000,-
000.
The city agrees to keep and mate-
tain tor twenty years after tne completion of the work, the l--iueh and
13-inch water mains in good condition. It Is understood that the city will
not he liable to the municipality for
damages resulting from causes beyond Its control, providing all reasonable meant are taken for the prevention of such accidents. After the expiration of the twenty years the cilj
agrees to make any necessary repairs
to the pipe ou the understanding that
the cost of the same shall be charged
to the municipality. After the twenty
years have elapsed the municipality
shall pay one-sixth of the cost of any
repairs or renewals to the water pipe
from the lake to the reservoir.
It Is further agreed that neither ol
the parties shall assess or charge the
property of the other in connection
with the waterworks system.
As the municipality is very nnxloss
to have the water as soon as possible
it Is probable that the construction
on the work will be started
immediately.
Labor Leaders Are Fined.
Sydney, N.S.W., Jan. 3.���Fourteen
men, delegates of the board of Use
Miners' Federation have been sentenced to pay $500 each or undent*
two months' imprisonment for
ing coal miners to strike.
Killed by a Train.
Sherbrooke,    Que.,    Jan.    S.Woods and Charles Howard ot
gantic, were killed by a train at L
vale Crossing near here today. They
did not hear the approaching train.
/�� PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,  JANUARY 4,  1910
WINE DRUG CAUSt
OF SMALL BIRTHRATE
Theory   Advanced   That   Consumption
of Liquor By  Frenchmen  Responsible  For Race Deterioration.
Paris, Jan. 2.���Of course no day
passes without its discussion on the
subject of the depopulation o. Prance.
All sorts of reasons are advanced.
One now being agitated not a little
is wine-drinking. ESach day or the year
Franco consumes about 12,ooo,oou
quarts of wine, ana no mattej how
poor the man, nor how difficult to
meet his "term" of Quarterly rent, he
manages to keep his cellar stocked
witli wine. And eveiy tenement bouse
has its subcellar, divided Into compartments with padlocked doors.
A division goes to each tenant., In
hiring servants each must be given
eight quarts of w Ine a w eek, each
woman lour quarts, or respectively 10
francs or 6 francs In lieu thereof.
One's office boy, aged 1", has his pfDt
regularly. This is suggested as having something to do with the decreasing birth rale and stature average.
for the Frenchman is also decreasing
in size With startling rapidity,
January Canada  Monthly.
The first  nuniiiei   for 1910 of The
Canada Monthly (formerly Canada
Westi is led by an article on the development Of watei power iu tlie Canadian West, by Dayton .M. Jones, C.
E.,which describes the linking of the
progress of the Canadian West With
the advancement of scientific inventions. "Contract Number One," bj K.
J. Russell, lias an historical Value inasmuch as it tells of the first sale of
land to private ownership by the first
transcontinental rallwaj in Western
Canada. Arthur .1. Forward, in an illustrated article, describes the opening up of "The Red River Waterway.'
Arthur. Hawkes has a piece of fl
"The Learning of Mr. Fralelle," touch.
ing on the relations of a pastor to his
people, and Currie Line continues the
drummer series with the "Tab- of a
CaL" Wilbur D. Nesbit, Samuel E.
Riser and Henry Kitchell Webster
continue their three-part Christmas
story "Only Jones." the January instalment being from the pen of Mr.
Riser. other contributions are from
Louise Darby, C. L. Armstrong. Grace
Williamson Willett, Sara Hamilton
Birch*'!, Horatio Wlnslow and Madge
Macbeth'. The cover design is a rather unusual one by Percy Edward Anderson, and illustrations are supplied
by llerndon, Aleshire. Longahaugh
and Maclellan. There are a number
of photographs.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
:ln the railway belt in British Columbia, may be liomesteaded by any per-
isou who is the sole head of a family
lor any male over lt> years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
100 acres, more or less.
Kntry must be made personally at
the local land office lor the district
in which the land Is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of nn intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform tlLe conditions connected therewith under one ot the loiiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for throe years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father Is decas*d), of the homesteaaer
|resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
i as to  residence may  be sa'Isiled  by
such person residing with  the lather
'or mother.
(3) if the settler has Ids permanent
I residence   upon   fanning   land   owned
I by liim in the vicinity of ins homestead, the requirements a.-, to residence
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of fwenty-on*
wars at an Annual rental of $1 pel
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one Individual or
company, A royalty at the rate or
live cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication oi
tills advertisement will not be paid
for.
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RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and iu Loudon, England, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking 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
annum  (present rate).
I'OtiV   Assets  over  $108,000,000.00.
*EM    WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
FIVE   OK   SIX-RQOMED   FURNISH- w.   g,   FADES,   THE   FURNITURE
ed house, central location. Full par-     Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
tictilars to L.  ii. F   Daily News. corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
��� I     Phone 170, night call 8L	
GROCERY
TO RENT��� UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD   -~~~ :	
condition.      Write Miss F.  N., care | Fuu  THB  DBSt   VALUE    IN   GRO-
of Daily News. I    ceries, phone 386.     Tfce Pure Food
H9      Supply Grocery, P. Q. Box 811.
FOR SALE���FIRST-CLASS PIANO
(Nordhelmer); snap for cash at 703
Agnes street. 298-10
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CANADIAN
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FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Dally  at   1:30 p.m.
Northern British Columbia���Every
Saturday 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo. Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Monday, 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper  Fraser    river   to   Chilllwacfe
and     way   points���Steamer    Beaver
leaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on
Monday", Wednesday and Friday; returning, leaves Chilliwack at T a.m.
on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
For further particulars call or ad
dress
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.   Pass.   Agent,
Vancouver, b. C.
FOR SALE���WHAT OFFERS? DOTS
it, 16, IT and IS, Lot. 1. Suburban
Block 12, This property is one
block from main Vancouver ratline
and two minutes car ride from city
centre. Address F. L. Barrow, Ash-
croft, B.  C.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Sta
hies.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
I'O     L10T���TWO     ROOMS       WITH '
hoard. Apply CCT Carnarvon street
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUm
tola     street. Firts-class     ttuv*
pictures; Illustrated songs; m
ous attractions. Program'elm
Monday. Wednesday and Frlda
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORK
Co., bank, office and store fittings-
cabinet, stair, showcases, muateia
and detail work. Designs and estj
mates furnished. ,1. Brookes .<���0_
prtetof. Works: Corner Kiev, nth
and car line. P. O. box 254 I
47:!.
ne
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
!b. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, budding
s:one, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
SUM   OF  MONEY���APPLY     A.    Me- j    Columbia   Btreet.   New   Westminster.
I,end, on board Steamer Paystivak. I ._=?���  ���
FOUND.
MRS. G. C. FISHER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims. Mns, Bac. Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony,
MECHANICAL.
WHITE,  SHILES  &   CO.
Real Estate and insurance Agents-
City, farm and auDUtban property,
200 Columbia street. 	
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C. ,
-P. B  Brown, manager, P. O. Box   FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
556   phone  3G4. ��ral   repairing.   Anything    from    it
.��� ������,..- ������ -     watch or clock to an   automobile..
W. Webster, mechanical expert. No.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT. 10   Sixth   street,    Dominion     Tutsi
Block.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
1 O. 0. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO 27.-
The regular meeting of this
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jus. Ferguson, tile
grand.    W. C. Coalham   rec. Becy,
A. O. U. W.���ERASER LODGE NO~3
���Meetings the flrsta ml thlr I Tiles-
d:iy In each month, visiting th-
ren    cordially   invited    to nd
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd.
fellows' Mock. Clarkson stre<
COURT  BRUNETTE, NO.   Pit'
���Meets the fourth   Friday
month   at     S   o'clock.  In   th ��� 1
hall. Oddfellow?' block.
I"l Vl'EKNAL   ORDER   OP   KAt;i,K8,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tl      lay
evening at 8    p.in. In    the
ball, Columbia street,     .1. \     ,    .
eson, W, Pros.';  H. Schofleld,
tary.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
DECISIVE  BATTLE  IS
EXPECTED   AT  ACOYAPO
Bluefields, Jan. 3.���General Estrada's campaign into the western half
of Nicarauga has begun, rhe entire
provisional army, which won the
last victory, is being transported in
boats up the Mlco river 10 Chile,
which will replac, Rainu as the base
of supplies. A declsh < battie may
shortly li.   fought .,1 Acoyppo.
���  II    II��M1 <��������� H     III    I I I     III     IP 1��J1LI|
liOVOU uU&^^BsS
You will find it to your advantage
! ti arrange your booking at this office
! whether you intend to travel or send
j for your friends.
Next  sailing Empress    of    Britain
' January 14.
For  further dates of sailings and
particulars apply to
E. GOULET.
C. P.  R.  Agent
ROCKEFELLER   ON   JURY.
Will   Serve  on   Body  that  Will   Look
into White Slave Traffic.
New York, Jan. g,���John D. Rockefeller jr. was loda;. sworn In as foi\-
iiia.n of a grand jury, the Special mis-
tiou of which will be an investigation
of so-called "white slave traffic."
When Judge O'SuIllvan observed
Mr. Rockefeller's name among those
drawn for the Bpecla) grand juty lie
asked him to assume the toreman-
sliip. Mr. Rockefeller begged to be
excused, pleading ill-health and a
stress of personal business matters.
"Wc have a very Important in-
quir\ to pursue," said Judge O'Sulli-
vu.11, "aud I beue'vi that you owe the
community this duty."
Mr. Rockefeller withdrew bis excuse and was sworn in as foreman.
Re Lots 96 and 97, Block fi, bMnc
parts of lots 28; 29 and 3d, group 2.
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title No. 571 TF issued in the
name of Margaret Emily Atkinson,
has been fil'ri in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the firs; publication hereof, in a daily newsprper publish "���d in
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate.
unless in the meantime valid objection be made to iw in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C. December 1, 1J>09.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morn.ng   Paper.
R, T. PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC-. "
countant. Audits made. Systems PAPER HANGING & DECORATING.
organized, Agent for the Hall Safe . -^~-^^~n^~n~^^~-w-_-^^n^^^~-
Co. Room 0. Westminster Trust I. HUDSON, WAUL PAPER, ROOM
block.     P. O.  Box- T'.ia. Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sanitas;
I .��� ������1    bouse  painting,  kalsomlnlng,  paper
H. J.  A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR AND;    hanging     aud     decorating.       Sixth
Accountant.    Tel.  R  128.    Room  7.      street.   New   Westminster.	
Westminster Trust  Block.
PIANO TUNING.
CABINET   MAKING.
;PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W.  E.
D     V     LEWTHWAITE,     CABINET-      Martin.   Mils.  Bac,     city.       A   line
maker and   upholsterer.  425   Clark-'    "'���" ''rl"? Mm.	
son   street     (behind    Burr block)
Furniture  made and repaired.  Mission furniture in fir and oak.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
tor cleaning.      I). McElroy, Tel. 100
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKV
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgvrs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block.  Sixth street
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS.    SKIRTS,
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 201-6
��S����!WRW^**8r����si3R^^^��^
RESTAURANTS.
KFN'NV'S RESTAURANT    &    CAF1
Tickets,  21   meals  tor  41.      I hem
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed.      Open thiy and
night.      Opposite tram  office.
JOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW
minster Board of Trade me I    n taj
board   room.   City   Hall,   as   I ;
Third Tlufr day   ol   each th;
quarterly    meeting    0:1   the :
Thursday of February, May,
and  Novemh ir, at 3 p.in       ��
mee flags on the third '1 hurs I       t
February.    New   members   ni
proposed and elected at any !    1 'li-
lv or    quarterly     meeting,      r   li.
SUiart-Wade, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND  IIENImM    \&
soclation,  Lord of the  isles   1      p
l!il���Meets  on   the  first    an 1   ���      1
Tuesday of every month In K. ol P.    l|
hall.     Chief. W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. P.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday 1
lug at 8 o'clock. Visiting iretl a
will be made welcome. Q. E. Gl ,
N. G.; C. E Osborne. P G, recording secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    BOCU I I   3
Include the Union Lodge, No   9. A,
F. and A. M.. King Solo:
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.:   I.
No.  llaO;  L. O.  L.. No. 1593;
Sapperton, No. 40S3. I. O. F.;
F.   f'ourt    Westminster,    -
Brotherhood   of Owls   Ne.��-
I Great Britain Lawyer Retires.
London, Jan. 3.���Sir George Lewis,
wbo has been engaged in all the
greatest legal cases in the last half
century, retired from practice with
the new year. Sir George Lewie
knows more of the social life of Great
Britain than any other man. and hud
been called the keeper of English society's skeletons. He numbered
among bis clients many royal personages. He> has declared that he will
write no memoirs.
TWENTY THOUSAND IDLE.
Northumberland   Coal   Miners   Strike
for  Eight-hour  Day.
London, Jan. 3.���Twenty thousand
miners are Idle today In the Northumberland coal districts, as a consequence of the dispute over the eight-
hour act, which became effective January 1.
The men at the few collieries which
are still working have given notice
that they will quit.
SMUGGLED ARMS.
. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
U   U
1
('. u.
T.l'i;
SECONDHAND   STORE.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN- j WE BUY AND SELL, FURNITCRE
eis and dyers, S4fi Columbia street, , and all kinds of new and second
phone' R27.S. The place where rhe' hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
dirt and dust Is removed from the      office.
fibre���not pressed in.    Goods called 	
for and delivered.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283 -Meets second and fourth
Mondavs at B p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall.  Blackwood  St.
PROFESSIONAL.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
Manufacturers and Deatera m All Kino* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     J,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 001.
.THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO., 'CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
dealers In electrical machinery, [ Typewriting; copy work, business
fixtures and  supplies, house wiring, ,    'letters,    etc.      Province    office, Co-
armaturo wiring,    motor  repuiring, j    linnhla street.     Phone f,2.	
etc.     Bank of Commerce building,
,    'phone 331, P. O. Box 92S.
rWHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS-
t.rs    and    solicitors.   Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street. New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, II
L. Edmonds.
F4RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St. "
Telephone 12. New Westminster
PISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLINO, FISH, FRUIT,
Gac . Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp   Windsor Hotel.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TA>
lorlng. A new line of fall sul*
lug just In. Button making, press.
ing and repairing. RooTn 9, Sm:th
block. Entrances 62a Columbia st.
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phone R608.
WADE, WHEALLER ft McQUARRIE
(F, C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, \V.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone H3. Vancouver offices.
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie st��., New
Westminster, B. C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Russian  Authorities  Seize  Rifles  and j
Cartridges Destined for Use.
Helslngfors,   Jan.    3.���Russian   authorities today seized 3000 rifles and |
a million cartridges which were being
smuggled Into Finland by revolution-,
lsts.
The 'contraband munitions, labeled
"furniture," passed the boundary line,
and in a few hours would have been ;
sale in the storehouses of the revolu- j
tiontsts.      The extreme  vigilance  of j
the Russian officers, urged   on them
lately  by  St.  Petersburg officials, dl-1
rectod suspicion against the shipment
of "furniture" '
Ttw rille* and ourtrldges, carefully
concealed iu a few pieces of furniture,
were disclosed and seised.     The au-!
ttiorltlos than  turned  their attention 1
toward running down the persons to
whom the   shipment   had been con-j;
signed. ' 1
Advertise in 'The,
Daily N
ews
>����������������������������������������������
Colgate's Rapid Shave Powdei
AT
  < 1
EYE8 TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
������������
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Charles Bradbury as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the reeve
md 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, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
in the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Lots IB and 16, subdivision
of Block 2, of part of Lot 20, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persor�� claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
In the said land bj descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within 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 filed 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 I hereby order
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 Offle.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 30th day of November, A. D��� 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James Hlland, James Highland.
Lines Company will apply to ihe the southern boundary of the proviu-
Parliament of Canada, at its present ce of Alberta at or near Coutts.
session for an Act further amending i (6) From a point ou the main line
the Act incorporating the Company, of the Western Division between
chapter 90 of the Statutes of 1006, as j Moose Lake and Tete .Inline Cache,
amended by Statute S6 or th-Statutes ! tbence through the drainage of the
of 1909 by authorizing the construe-, Clearwater River, Bonaparte River,
tion of the following additional lines j Seton and Anderson Lakes and the
of railway:��� ( Lillooet River or the Squamlsh River
tl) From a point on the Western or between the last two rivers to
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific. Vancouver, British Columbia author-
Railway between the east limit of'izing an issue of bonds to the extent
of Range 12 and the West limit of of S30���OOQ a mile of the said lines of
Range 17, west of the third meridian I railway, numbered (1) to (5) inclus-
thence in a southwesterly and w st-. ive and comprising the said lines
erly direction to a point In the vi in- within what are defined bv the said
ity of Calgary, or to a point on 'be Act as the "Manitoba. Saskatchewan
line which the Company is au: or- and Alberta Extensions": authorizing
lzed under paragraph 14 of clans. 11'an IsBue of bonds to the extent of
of said chapter 09 to construct to $50,000 a mile of the said line of rali-
Calgary: j way   numbered   (tl)   and   comprising
(2) From a point on the proposed the said line within what la defined
line mentioned in paragraph (1) be-1 by the said Act as the "British Col-
tween the east limit of Range 20 and ! umbia Extensions;" and also amend-
the west limit of Range 28, west of i Ing paragraph 11 of clause 11 of the
the third meridian, thence In an east-  said Act. ns regards the southern ter
minus of the line thereby authorized,
to lie constructed from Regina to the
international boundary at or near
North Portal.
Dated at Montreal this 29th day of
November, 1909.
W. H. BTGGAR,
Solicitor for Applicants.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN that
the Grand    Trunk    Pacific    Branch
erly   and   southeasterly   direction   t
Regina or to appoint In the vicinity
thereof.
(3) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned In paragraph (2) between the east limit of Range 21 and
the west limit of Ranee 27, west ot
the second meridian to Moose Jaw,
of to a point in the viclnitv thereof; NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
(4) From a point on the westerly _. ttKM ~" , . ''
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific ! The condition or the old bridge ��s
railway between Aitlaud and Wain- not considered safe for vehicular
wright, thence in nn easterly and traffic, and the public generally are
southeasterly, direction to a point on eantioned against hauling loads ot
the line which the company Is author- any klnd ��Ter lt- ^
lzed by paragraph 13 of clause 11 of! l.Per80Lns  continuing to do to after
this notice must take all the risks oa
said chapter 99, to be constructed to
Battleford.
(5) From Regina or a point in the
vicinity thereof, thence In a south-
wesertly  and   westerly  direction    to
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall,  New Westminster, J��ijr
Lethbrldge or to a point in the vicln- r0"1' iau"
ity of Lethbrldge on  tho Una which iMAKB Y0UR APPEAL to the public
the Company is, under- paragraph 14 j
of clause 11 of said chapter 99, auth
orized to construct from Calgary to
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW3.   The Morning Paper.
fPVTT ����������� ���<'������< TUESDAY.  JANUARY  4,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THREB.
C8ip The Horse
One of the greatest imp
ptalil ���   managements,  accord
,ra of clipping horsi s.
A clipped hors,  will not
work  than  a  horse with  its
 a have more lifj la him.
orsi   will be dull, out of co
or clean.
i lipping   again   removes
ls  no   coiupai;lson   between
I   Ql
It will pay to put Ofti   0
,.  r stable.    Call in and
convenience in  hanjllin
machines.
rovemonts   fver   introduood   Into
Ing to leading veterinarian.-, is ihe
only   do   a   greater   amount   of
natural coat, but will at the same
On the other hand, ih,  uncUnned
nditton,   and  seldom   if  ever   dry
the tendency to sweat, and there
a long wet coat and a short dry
f our Twentieth Century Clippers
let us explain u, you th - simplic-
g,   and   the.   advantages   Of   using
WATER NOTICE.
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
DINING AI KENNY'S
is an event of a lifetime, and tho pen-
oral verdict of all who have done so
is that they, want to repe n tha < '���-
perience as often as possible, for our
food   is always of  the  hi'- le ai  quality,
clean, wholesome and satisfying, and
served in the best style, quickly and
pi omptly.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
tton will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act. 1909,1   to obtain a
licence in tie   fourth division of the
North .,.,., el  ,���., ... District oi Ne*
West! ... I   e:
m.) 'i be name, address and occupation oi the applicant, fffleo J. Watch* r, farmer, BurquUlam, B, C,
i if for mining purposes) Free Miners' certificate No.
ib i The mane of ihe lake, stream
or source tif unnamed, the description im i .,,,,,��� i reek.
��� ��� i Tin point of diversion,
swamps ana sprint s on said pr<yperty.
11'..i 'l he quantfti oi water applied
for tin cubic ie- pet second) One-
 rteV of cubic loot.
���   '        he   i of     proposed
works,   tor  irrigation   with   hydraulic
ram.
if.)    The   premises   on   which   'be
��� i  Is ie tw   ... ed  id< scrihi  aaj
r iurth divisi m ol  I  ���   Ne; th hall oi
Lol B.
(g.) The purposes for wnlch the
wati i i^ ie I"- used, for growing domestic produce.
ib.)   if for irrigati m  6 s i Ibi   th i
TENDERS   FOR   FREIGHTING   SUPPLIES   FOR   THE   YUKON
TELEGRAPH    LINE.
I XTKNSIOX OF TIME.
The time tor receiving tenders for
fn Ighttng of supplies for the Yulcot
'' i h graph Line In the course oj the
Beasi ns ol 191Q, 1911 and 1912, i^
bercbj extended to Tuesday, February 15, v.'H'i. Tendc s are I bo sealed
and endorsed "Tender for Racking
Supplies,"   and   addressed   to   tin    un-
r
Forms of tender and specifications
may bi obtalni d ana form 6\ contract
seen on apiilii-ation to Mr. J. T. Pliel-
;in.   s in., ndent      Of      Govi : lll'llenl
i li i raphsi Vancouver,    B'.   C,    Mi.
W'm.   i b aderson,  DlsLi icl   Supei iiiien-
Governmenl   Teh graphs, Yicior-
i    i  . aim fn      i.      ib vi trimetit
Asticroft, B, C,
Quest i He. it. c    1   : i r.o���.  is. C. and
11 it     ..,-h tii ek, If. 0.
Persons tendering are notified that
ti f ii; noi be considered unless
on the mimed form's Btrppltad,
and signed with their places ciatwys
an.', RlgTled with their actu ti signatures, ee. apations and places
lenci s. in the case ot fines, ihe
signature, the nature of the oc-
SCHOONER DUXBURY
CAUGifi IN ICE PACK
NEW DOMESDAY BOOK
TAKES YEARS Ifl COMPILE
Holds Cargo of Furs, Ivory
and Whalebone Eeponed
to be Worth $10,000.
Addition   to   William   of   Normandy's
Ancient  Manuscript  is  Costing
$10,000,000.
Wold
north   Indicating
London, Jan. 3.���Several years must
���  elapse  before    the    new     Domesday
lias been  received from  thi    i:""k- XNllK" is '" "'   ' '" ���' ��' a
thai    the gasoline   C0B| "��� 110,000,000, still Lake na place
. , ,    ,   oi   ib.    record   office   beside   the  an-
schooner   DuMee    is   either   wreekcl    ^   ^^  ^^   ^^  ^ ^
on the shore* o; Behrfng sea or has Vej ol thi la id ol England made bi
been caught in the Ice paek ami offlef of Vrtutam thi CRmqt&eror. tHBej
forced ashore   when    set   crev   has   ������"'"���   the   oi    si   and   inos(   \aluable
draped    be;    en    ,���,   heael,   and    left    '*����*   '"   ' '''   ��"���""'���*���  ��W
so a< > arati was n considered in '
the vessel 10 pass the winter while during fuahj centuries the ati ������ 1
th 5   ate making their way over the |0ij tne pjomesdaj Hook w*,s neve, r, ,-
coPYRi&m
Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
hburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7  per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
j     M   f\ ,  ���     p  f*      FLOUR Av" '��� ' ::> :.igBC.HANT8
j  mcliuarne & to.  ���	
Telephone 333.
land intended to b ted, givim:   ' ^       ���''  and  placi   of    residence    pi
acreage, abt   I    m       l one-1 ill acres    '   ';     member   ol the   firm must be
(k.)   This notia  was posted on thi   ���-���
29th day of December, 1909, and an-      E*>ch tender must be accompanied
plication will be made to the commts-  bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
sioner on the 29th daj    of   January.   !,-': ������ payable to the ordi i  ol thi   Hon-
KUi'.i. at 11  ; orable the Minister of Public Works,
ill Give the names and addressi t ' al to ten per cent. (10 p.C.) of 'be
of any rips lai proprietors or licen ��������� un( of the tender foi om year's
sees who or whose lands are likely to '���- ��� s. which will be forfeited if
be affected b> the proposed; works, :'' person tendering decline to enter
either above or below the outlet  non :- contrad  when oalled  upon to
(Signature]   ELZO J. WHITCHER, omplet.   the   work
(P.O. addi  ss)       Burquitlam, B.C.   contracted for.  II  :      tendei   be not
��� a cepted vill       returned.
The departmi   t do , | itself
pt the tender;
NAPOLEON 1 ESSIER,
Secretary.
Contracting and all kinds of labor   Depart
Otl iwa, D ���   16   1909,
NOTE-  . de by
e.   ernmei stent ol $3,-
TELEPHONC  604.
P. O. BOX  893
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reason alone it will pay you to
consider sour source of supply,
and when the question of quality comes up our claims for BU-
perioiity are paramount, bouse we can and do furnish
the best grades al the lowest
prices.
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(Next   Cosmopolitan  Hot
Happy New Year I
to Ail
Make your friends h.ippy by
sending them a pretty New
Year's gift. Plenty to clioose
from.
iOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia  Street.
ice to take the river trail to Southwestern Alaska,
Sam Wall-,., mate of the Duxbun .
cabled his wifi who lives at Oolby,
across the Sound from Seattle. tMal
the Duxburv was otl the beach and
that he was coming home ovei the
lee. The message Was sent from
Nome. Beyond this statement nothing known of the whereabouts ot the
vessel oi  hi r crew.
The Duxburj was supposed to haye
left .Nome somi lime between November 12 and November 16 and although
her non-arrival iu Seattle caused
some uneasiness ll was thought that
the vessel, which only
twenty-three tons, was bugging the
shore and coming down the coast.
The Duxburj spent the summer
trading in Siberia and Arctic America and has aboard a cargo oi fursi
mine,) to la oalled in question. We-t-u
il was iieec-sary to distinguish wm l .-
ei lands were held in ancient de-
mense, or in any other manner, re-
ceirse whs always had to Doniewlay.
and to H only, in order to determine
the doubt
rhesi volumes nay be seen in the
museum 6i the record office in Chime
ery lane, which is bpen to 'tie public
on fixe days Ol the week. The lira; i*
a large folio written on 882 douhle
pages of vellum, In a small but plain
channel, each page having a double
column. Sonn of the capital tettWH
and principal passages are iouchoti
regtsters  ���,,), ,,,(t jnK   ilUll SOU10 ],rtve strokes
of red ink run across them, as If
scratched out; but u is generally
agreed that these are merelj aids to
the    e>e.     111.     teiie   contains    th��>   ttfl��
sciiptlon ot  thirty oounties, tom-ther
.    . ral repj Irs. n m wals oi
ges, etc., i i bi tweea
Cabin,    next
on.
TENDERS.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  per day up.
Room and board |2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath 12-50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains anrthoatp
The Daily News will be kept on file
In our reading room.
CARLETON  GILBERT.  Mgr.
20 PER CENT. OFF ON
"WOOD TO BURN." THIS
WEEK.
JI
Ti nd iddn to thi   undei
ealed .envelopes,
and  ' i on the i nv< lopi a "ren
ders for Quar.-.ii it    S ,i pl.es." Will be
ived up b   I   in ol  th    flfti
foi  supplies for
! .     ntti i   Station.
The fi llovi Ing su]; lii a at e required:
C al;
Firewi    I;
Flshl
Groceries;
i lardvi.:: e and Bhip < b indh rj;
Mi at;
Mi die i stores an I disinfectants;
Vnife! ms,  and Other   Brtlch s of
apparel;
\ egl tables.
FormB may be obtainel b;. application lo the Department of Agrtcul-
Wire, Ottawa, or tb the Medical Superintendent  at Quarantine.
The Department does noi bind H-
selt to accepl the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying Ciis advertise
men! without authority from the De-
| partment will not be paid.
A. L. .IAUVIS,
Assistant Deputy  Minister and
Secretary of Aarh ulture.
Ottawa. Canada, November 11. 190B
Ivory and whalebone valued at con-|with llu, adomai0us districts ot Rut-
slderably more than-llOKWO-conslgned land and the land "inter Rlpan et
to her Seattle owner. Capt. Jacob- MerBham.*' The seebnd Vttlume is i��
sen was master of the Duxbury and quarto, written on ��0 ddUble Pa8��i
she had a new ,,t about six men. of   vellum,  but   in  a   single  ceiuma
    ���'; anil  in a large but l'aii   character,. It
  ' .���.���'���'������!".��� tin- counties of bisBex, Nor
folk, and Suffolk, and app ars to con-
! slst ol transcripts in full oj the oriK-
Inal returns for thoBe counties, giving
.details as to live stock on each indoor which are generalb omitted fro>n
the StU'vey, IB iis final form as trans-
eiibed in the excheqUer.The tincient
OOvers Of the VOlUmes are not contemporary with the MS., and th*
smaller book Is known to have bees
bound  in   L��2ff.  The date of the other
' bindings is not known.
For Tasty   and   Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON BLOCK. MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
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Aerated Waters
Win's Warning
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Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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���������������
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645   Columbia  Street.
Most of Us Are Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
A Savings Account at
the Bank of Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars for
future us?.
Suppose you open an
account with a few dollars to stnrt with ($1.U0
will do), and see how
niiieli you can add to
your balance before next
New Year.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
jBtce 'Phons 1lt>.      nam Thou* 18/
Columbia  Street
dagKSRfc    delivered    promptly    to
any   part or the cltf
Light and Heavy Hauling
0*riCf ��� TBAM   OGPm
We    pay    interest
your baliinroa.
on
Capital $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
BankofToronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J. Gracey, Mgr.
Manufactured by
J. KENLEY
NEW   WEb I MINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone  13. Office. Eighth  St
I reallj   Imagine  thai  Uie GBrmsna iu
1 tueii  diie povt Itj   l-a\e tto othej   lood
than  horseflesh, dot;    sausages    and
black bitter bread. QrueBome pictures
are drawn ol the Gernwfls eating di*
. a ed   ���     and uiusiy nlack loat, ii>
| which smart UnloulBi speaKerg repljf.
Germans who eat horn In sn and
i i bread do bu because thej like lt-
i he tieiinaii people geueuill.. do noi
live on either, i hey live on tne deluded iititish workman,"
Again the United states is picturea
..    overflowing with destitute uneui-
ployed, i in re are ten millions in >'-'li-
leniiu alone, one enterprising journal
Old Ne\VS Block, Sixth Street announced, while those    who    have
Model Sign Works
SIGN. SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
work uie represented in the Chronicls
us paying SI0 to 40 pet cent, higher
for food than they aid a lew M'-'irs
ago owing to the trusts.
The .Manchester Guardian also
makes a great play with what it call*
the  American  anti-tariff revolt.  Mr.
Spring Lamb, Choice MeatS "Winston CMrchlll in a long published
and Sausage ,",,,,| wWtt6n t0 B R,Hil,al c,,n,1l,,,,,e
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Owner Elghtli St. and   Fifth Arena*
PHONE s/u
���OWtLL A OODr. Pronriatnr*
The Whole Family
can enjoy an Edison Phonograph. AH
the latest records, both Standard and
Amberol 4 minute records.
AT
J. B. TODD'S MUSIC BOUSE
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B.C.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  8T.
PHONE  R527
���
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.
making  direct  connections    for    all
points in Eastern Canada aad United
States.  Seattle train leaves at 8:35
a.m.;  Agassi/, local at f>:35 P m.
For further particulars apply to
���ED. tJOULKT;
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
Electric Railway Service i
Intsmrban Lin*.
Cars   for Vanoouver  and way
stations  will   run every hair
hour  from   5:50 a. m. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cart leave 'the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
dry line.
City Line: Cart leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperten Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
halt past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly be-
?een 8:30 ft. m. and 11. p. m.
' on the official board of trade paper
| makes the most ot these horseflesh
! stories and others, especially empha-
! sizing the American unemployment
! during the financial collapse of 1907
and 1908.
Foreign Hunger Scare.
The Express correspondent cabling,
from   New   York   reports   that   grMU
amusement  has  been  caused  by Hi:
Lloyd-Ueorge's description of the United States as the protectionist Ude��
with the serpent of hunger, want and
��� unemployment  hissing  in  every  putt
of the land. In reply reports are cabled from Federation of Labor repre-
' sent tit Ives in 1123 American industrial
j centres   which  declare   tiiat   work is
! steady,   the   unemployment    problem
nonexistent and piusperlty general;
In   comparison   witii    Uiis    foreign
! hunger scare the peers have dropped
; Into the background, although  todar
the   imlly   News  gives  the  following
in  bold  type:   "Horatio  Nelson,    the
victor of Trafalgar, hud a brother wh#
! had a nephew who had a son who is
1 the present Lord Nelson.  This lordly
person  has  received    a  pension    of
IDOOO  pounds  sterling  a  year for 67
I years. This sum, together with modW-
late interest,  amounts  to more  than
550,000 pounds���for what? Because be
-.[had a father who had an uncle whe
"' had a brother named Horatio Nelson.
He voted against old age pensions for
the aged poor."
What in fact Lord Nelson supported was the German contributory
' scheme by which co-operation ot the
| employer and the state the warfc-
man's old age pensions would hn*e
been obtainable at 00 instead of at 7i
and for 10 or 12 shillings weekly Instead of five.
ffrtttoh Columbia Electric Ry. Co.. t,d J'g-^ m^mtm
taken to the higher court
Negroes Expelled from Elks.
New York, Jan. 3.���Negroes arn restrained from using the ritual,, pans-
word, pin and colors of the Elks hr
a. decision of the appellate division at
the supreme court filed at Whj|*��
Plains on Friday. The decision was the
result of an action brought by the
Benevolent Protective Order of Bun
of this state against the improreal
Benevolent Protective Order el jpfcn
of the World, an organisation, of ne-
The lower court granted tan
/<
��� PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   JANUARY  4.   1910
The Daily News
Published by The Dally -News Publish-
lag Company, Limited, at their ol.ices
The Dally News lilock, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
TUESDAY, JANUARY   4,   1910.
BUSINESS MEN TO |
TRAVEL THROUGH JAPAN
DR.  COOK'S  WIFE  GOES
AWAY TO JOIN   HUSBAND
Many   Invitations Will   Shortly  Be   Issued By the Tokio Chamber of
Commerce.
NOT A PANACEA.
The latest information from Great
Britain would seem to indicate that
tariff reform Is likely to be the mala
issue upon which the General Election will be contested rather than the
question of the House of Lords. This
is, of course, the strategy of the Unionists, who are putting the question
as one of tariff reform, with more
employment and brisker trade, versus
a Socialistic budget and unfair taxes
with increased unemployment and
less capital. Mr. Chamberlain lias emerged from bis lengthy retirement
and put forth a powerful manifesto
on behalf of tariff reform, and Mr.
Balfour lias taken up this question
in quite a decisive way.
This Issue opens up the whole question of the wisdom of imposing a
turifl in Great Britain, and involves
a very serious proposition to." that
country, ll is very doubtful, Indeed
some of the best minds consider 11
is quite unlikely that a return to protection will improve trade and employment. They urge that when Great
Britain lias to work under a tariff she
will be in precisely the same position
as other important commercial countries of the world, and will have lost
the advantage which she has hitherto enjoyed over all these under free
trade by being able to manufacture
cheaply. An Instance is given in regard to carriages and buggies. It is
pointed out thai if a duly of ten per
cent, were placed upon these as a
manufactured article the imports
might be lessened to the extent of
perhaps fifty per ecu;; but as against
this the British manufacturer would
have to pay higher prices under the
tariff for his materials, whilst bis
workmen would also have to pay
more for the necessaries of life, and
would consequently require a proportionate increase of wages; therefore in the end the manufacturer
would not be able to produce at very
much, If any, loss than the price at
which the Importer could place his
carriages on the British market. There
arc those too who urge, that a ten
per cent, tariff would not bring about
thai reduction in Imports which the
Unionists are putting forth as a gospel.
One of tin- mosl notable contributions to the discussion which ��
tng hot In the Mother Country al i1"'
present moment, has bi i a made by
Mr. Chiozza Money, M. P. for the
Metropolitan borough of Finsbury. He
analyses the bearing of the proposed
food duties, in tin article in the Westminster Ga/.ette. He shows thai on
grain the consumers would paj $45,-
OOO.tiiin, of which the treasury would
receive $22,000,000, and the colonial
farmers through the preference, $3,-
000,000. The tax on meat would Impose a burden of $28,000,000 on the
consumers, the treasury receiving
111,260,000 and $1,750,000 going to the
colonies. Dairy products would impose a payment of $20,500,000 by the
consumers, $8,260,000 going to tho
treasury and $1,250,000 to the colonies. The British people would make a
total payment of $93,E  ,000 of which
141,600,000 would be collected In revenue and $6,000,000 would go to the
colonist producers in enhanced pi iocs. The remaining $46,000,000 would
go to the British landowners In pro-
lection. This would be exactly con
verse in result to the Bystem ol ta
ation at present prevailing Whi
all taxation paid by the people goes
directly into the public treasury.
Tokio, Jan. 3.���Invitations to 300
American business men to visit Ja-1
pan to familiarize themselves with I
business and social conditions in the
Mikado's empire, will be Issued short-
ly by the Tokio chamber -of commerce. A general meeting is planned
at which the entertainment of the visitors will be discussed
Owing to the shortage of hotel ac-
commodations here It is planned to
quarter the Americans at the private i
homes in this city. This, the Japanese believe, will better acquaint the :
Americans with Japanese domestic
life and customs.
The program for the entertainment
of the visiting business men probably
will be similar to that afforded the
Japanese honorary commercial commission on its recent visit to the
United suites. Various trade centres of the empire wi 1 be visited.
New York, Jan. 3.���William L.
Cook, brother of Dr. Frederick A.
Cook, declared that Mrs. Cook had
joined her husband and that he was
in communication with tliem. Mrs.
Cook is believed to have the explorer's original records of bis North
pole quest in her possession.
"Mr. Cook has by no means abandoned bis intention to prove conclusively, despite the verdict of the Copenhagen university, that he reached
the North pole," said bis brother,
"and bis detractors will have a stiff
bill to pay."
��� the Portland Cement company, causing a  loss  of about $80,000.    About,
$20,000  loss   was also  caused  in   the   ,
cement mill adjoining-   One workman ||
��gg��J~.|-|^
Fire Causes Heavy Loss.
Hudson, N. Y��� Jan.   3.���Fire
here
today destroyed tho big storehouse of
Is  believed
death.
to
have been  burned to
Leaves Money for Animals.
Boston, Jan, 3.���A fund of $70,000
to care for favorite horses and dogs
and over $25,000 left to household
servants are among the bequests of
Charles Francis Wright, who died on
December 27.
GO-CART
The Most Comfortable Made.
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
The Annual Public Meeting of Hate-
payers of the Municipality or Burnaby will be held tit the Municipal hall,
Edmonds, B. C, on Saturday January
8th, 1910, at 2 p.m.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C.M.C.
SIX  MEN ARE  HURT
WHEN AMMONIA EXPLODES
Philadelphia, Jan. 3.���At least six
men were injured this afternoon by
the explosion of an ammonia tank at
the warehouse of the Pennsylvania
Cold Storage and Market Company.
The building caught Are, but the
flames were extinguished without
much damage.
It allows the child to lie flat, in.
cline ;tt an angle or to sit up, has rubber tires and is collapsible with one
motion, while the prices are within
the reach of till
$6.00, $10, $12.50
s
Furniture Emporium |
Lee's Block, Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. ('. I
I
m*sw5**mtr*ms&ibiisaaam"- msa
Just For One Day
SATISFIED.
Pennsylvania Men    Who    Invested In
Alberta Are Not Complaining.
Calgary, Jan. 3.���Eyldence of the
value of newspaper publicity is made
known by a statement of Drs. Giilia
and Barclay, formerly of Greensburg,
Pa., but now of Strathmore, Alberta,
They were first interested in Alberta
by articles written by Frank Carpen-;
ter. They purchased large holdings
and now report, that their crops this
year returned them $20 to $-7 per
acre, and on land costing only about J
$10  per acre.
Thirty-one  Seed   Fairs.
Regina,    Jan.'   "..���Thirty-one  seed
lairs were held during November and I
December, and the completed lists for]
January circuits which are now being
arranged will bring tlu> number up to
somewhat over  fifty  seed  fairs  held,
in  the  province    during  the  season.
Wherever the  seed fairs have been
tried they have invariably proved to
be one of the most effective methods
for agricultural   education,   and this
year   encouraged   by   the   good   crops
practicallj  all of the societies which
have  previously  held seed fairs and
a   large number of new societies   in
the province will conduct these competitions.
AN OLD, OLD MAN.
The Leading Wardrobe Clothier
Can supply you with just
I what you  want  to   keep
you warm.
Thai's
All,    So    Hurry
r-r^: -r^vS^bans*^^
I
Greatest reduction of Vests
ever seen in New Westminster. Only 125 in all. Prices
were from $2 to $6. Come
in, pay half, and this vest is
yours.   NUFFSAID.
KaBgEfcoaBta >"-ray,, .'������-, ct -vz.:_:i
iGsmass&i
Flannel Shirts
Lined Gloves
Coats
New consignment of Sweater
(A  look at them makes you  feel  comfortable.)
THE ACME CLOTHING COMPANY
A. CHAPPELL, Manager
SEt   OUR   WINDOW   DISPLAY.
Hudson's    Bay    Company    Pensioner
Aged 111 Years.
Antoine Lamprone, who died at
Kamloops on Christmas Eve, is believed lo ha , e bi i n Hritish Columbia's oiliest inhabitant���certainlj the
oldest white man In the province. He
was ill years at the time of bis decease. He had himself lost all count I
of the passage ol years, but cherished
an old, old family Bible, in which the.
fact was recorded of his birth on
March 15, 1798. Old-timers In the
Kamloops district, among them C. T.'
Cooney ol Tranquille, hlmsell a resident oi 50 years' standing, remember
Lamprone as a very old man when
thej came to the country. Hi> had
bet n for years a pensioner of the
Hudson's Bay Company, for whom he
worked as a trapper and cornier in!
the early days of the last century.
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
The fiowar
Watch
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Sole   Agent   for   New   Westminste
I
i
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Victoria  Bank Clearings.
Victoria, Jan. 2.���The year's bank1
clearings    reach    $70,645,882,    an  in-1
crease of   over $5,000,000   over last
year.   The record for December w-'*
$8,099,1 , nearly double that of the
previous year, and the heaviest ti any
month in the history ol the city.
The gift to Mayor Keary of the
chair which lie bus occupied as chlel
magistrate of our city for the past
eight years, by the aldermen, was a
graceful act and a tangible tribute
to tiie pleasant associations connect* d
witii the ex-mayor's presidency,   We
feel sure that every citizen  Will echo
the kindly 'wish expressed  by  Aide,
man Fader, that Mr. Keary may live
long to occupy the chair which be lias
filled so long and so worthily.
MANY   BLACKS.
Census Will  Probably Show Ten  Million Negroes in America.
Washington, u. C, Jan. 3.���Predict
ing that the coming count will show
approximately 10.0u0.uuu negroes in
the United States, directing thai he-
groes be selected to count their race
in those enumerated districts where
blacks number two-fifths or mote ol
the population, and requiring both
white and negro enumerators in man,
southern districts to preclude negroeB
from enumerating whites, Census Director Durand today issued general
instructions to supervisors. The In-
Instruction!, approved by Secretary
Nagle, subject ali applicants to the ef.
flcleney tests.
Salmon   Pack  Estimates.
Seattle, Jan, 3.���Revised estimates
ol the Alaska and Puget Sound sal-
mon pack tor 1909 place the total at
3,917,000 cases, valued at $17,206,000.
i e Alaska pack was worth nearly
��� more than that of the
Bound,
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BRITISH   STEAMER   SINKS.
Our stock was never so complete as it is this year.
You may find almost anything you may desire for
Christmas Gifts In our store.. JEWEL CASES,
GLOVE AND HANl-KERCHIEF BOXES, BRUSH
AND COMB SETS, WORK BOXES, FANCY CHINA,
HANDBAGS, DOLLS. Also in the line of BOOKS
we carry one of the most complete lists to be found
in western Canada. All the latest copyright books;
gift books and books suitable for Sunday schools,
etc. You can make no mistake if you deal with us.
Call   and  Inspect our stock. 	
To Advertisers:
Twelve Lascars Who Sought to Save
Their  Money Were  Drowned.
London, Jan. 2.���The British steamer Ayrshire for Durban, and the Arcadian for Glasgow, collided In ii fog
yesterday in the Iri I ;��� 1.      The
Arcadian Btmk In five minutes. All
her crew scrambled aboai i the Ayr-
shire, but twelve Lascai returned to
get their money and were drowned.
The Ayrshire had 200 passengers
aboard. She was badly damaged,
b ������ tugs towed h'-r to Holyhe d
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Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers    \
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO. |
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"GET   THE   HABIT"
Special Today
Something to help yon clean up the
silver after the holidays, SILVER
POLISH only 20c per bottle.
The Fair
G46 Columbia Street.
We buy tor cash and sell for the same
Ensure Prosperity in 1910
by investing in New',Westminster
real estate through
White, Shiles&
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
You wish to increase
your business; we know
you do.
How to do it?
Advertise! Advertise!
Advertise in The Daily
News, New Westminster's only morning paper. Our ads. catch
the eye, your ads. bring
you new business.
Yes, that's it.
Advertise in The Daily News TUESDAY,  JANUARY  4,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
i��
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Warm Bedding Sale This
Week
Ml-wool While Blankets, 12-4 size. Regular price, $11.00; spl., $9.00
Ml-wool White Blankets, 11-4 size. Regular price $8.60; Bid.. SO.iifi
ill-WOOl  White Blankets,  10-4 size.   Regular price  $0.50-.   spl.,  $4.75
Batted and Eiderdown Quilts all
reduced.   Keep warm.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
cfiSrAMU=    Tbcwling
SWAM IN ICY HUDSON
New York Policeman Dodged Cakes of Ice in River
For a Bet.
New York, Jan. 2.���James J. Scan-
lan. one of several champion athletes
of the New York police force, swam
half-way across the Hudson river today and back again, his only difficulty
being in dodging large cakes of ice.
Scanlan had a wager with another
policeman for a swim across the river, and when the challenger failed
to appear, Scanlan started without
him.
"1 eould have rone all the way
across," said Scanlan. "but as 1 am
an  officer, and  to go more than half-
���ay would iir entei Ing another state
'.vitbout permission, I therefore went
only half-wa) and came back."
The Steelheads made the Sockeyes
look like last year's council yesterday
evening In the initial game m tne
House league for the year 1010. the
winners had a majority of 354 pins.
Johnson did the best bowling of the
evening with high score of 222 and
average of 199.
STEELHEADS.
1       li.    3.
Sloan  202 167' 147'
Harrison 148 134 128
Turnbull 153 124 131
'Bryson 177 164 163
Johnson 184 222 192
Tot.
510
41u
408
504
59S
PAGE FIVE.    1
a
Totals
STANLEY CUP DEFENDERS
ARE STRENGTHENING TEAM
.    ...804 811 701    2430
SOCKEYES.
1.        2. 3.
Campbell 138 149 170
A. F. Hale 133 120 144
Roy 135 120 131
A   E. Hale 155 140 156
Smith 142 114 123
Tot.
457
403
380
457
379
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.
703    655    724    2082
B. Fisher,
Cornwall, Out.. Jan. 2.���A. McMillan, a well known hockey playei ol
Con all an I Belleville, left todaj
for Ottawa to take a position with
the Stanley cup dt fenders. McMillan, when in condition, lias proved
himself one of the fastest aud cleverest exponents of the game in Canada,
Totals   ..
Foul  line judge, .1
Scorer, Sad Sam.
\iier the main bout the married
and single men held a debate which
resulted in the bachelors having 43
pins and a supper on the benedicts.
The game was good, but ii was a
frost compared to the supper.
SINGLE MEN,
1.        2.      3.      Tot
Campbell 150
Smith 1-18
Steel    160
Montelth 129
South 211
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NOT    SEE
���-/
IF  YOU  can!
equally well with each eye. let us examine them,
and advise you as to the exact condition of your
eyesight   DONT PUT IT OFF.
Optical Parlor, mw      p     nn a �����"��� ��
Dominion  Trust  Bldg.     W ���     X  ,     1 A 1 Hi.
*|
I
#
WESTON WILL TRY
ANOTHER LONG WALK
1 10
162
-.ni
163
107
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PHONE
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
A-22
Totals
798    832    790    2420
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New York, Jan. 3.���Edward Payson
Weston, veteran pedestrian, announced today that he will make one
meie transcontinental walk, and thai
he will get from ocean to ocean in
1U0 days.
Weston will start from Los Angeles
at 4 o'clock the afternoon ol February
1. and will be due In New York May
28. His hike from New York to
San Francisco early Ias1 summet took j BRIGHTER
him 105 days, but on that journey he j
encountered a long series ol storms
aud  unusually  hot   wi i hi It  con
ditions au> favorable this sprln
is Bure that he ear, cross i he *
Sim. s iu 100 days.
Sloan ...
A. F. Hah
Purely . .
A,  E. Hal
Carver   ..
MARRIED MEN.
1. 2.
.    ...Tail 145
, l:,i 163
  L80 158
B 164 175
.   ..164 150
For information as to contracts, consult the adver- ���
tising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your ���
place of business. t
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'92
797    7SS
. Fisher.
Totals  .J
Foul  line judge, J. B
Scorer, C. li   Bryson.
The  Humpbauka and Dogs pla.y a
eague match tonight.
DAYS  AHEAD
FOR  RACING GAME
The Royal Cafe
I
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NEW DESIGNS IN CUSHION TOPS. CENTRES. DOYLIES, TOWEL OR TIE RACKS, WORK BAGS. FANCY
WORK   APRONS, COLLARS,       JABOTS, HANDKER
CHIEFS,  ETC.,  ETC.
IF YOU ARE WANTING SOMETHING TO EMBROIDER
WE   HAVE   IT.
STANLEY CUP AGAIN
SOUGHT  BY   EDMONTON
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
ter
to*
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PRONT   STREET.
Edmonton, Jan. ;i.��� Edmonton will
go after the Stanlej cup after all and
the dan; will be Januarj is and 20.
The above statement has been made
h> A, Roy, whose partner. Deacon
White, manager ol the Edmonton
baseball club tor 1910, will ace <������
puny the team as manager. Edmonton have Becured the services ol Blllj
Field of Winnipeg tor poini poaltii
and the team to go east will be as follows:
Goal, Wnchester; point, Field; cov-
er, Ross; rover, Whltecroft; centre,
Deeton; right. Miller, left, Boulton.
The trip < ast is being run on the
co-operation plan, and the players
Will wet whatever Is made from the
profits of the trip,
Xe\v  York,  Jan.  3,���An   optimistic j
view of    the racing    situation is ex-
I        . d   in  a   statement   from  racing
sei  ��� taries made public today.
"The coming season." at cording to
the statement, "will be a profitable
one to horsemen. Last yeai $1,081,000
was handed oul to owners. For
1910 it is estimated thai the sum will
reach $1,435,000. There is to be a
large increase in the number of rac
days, and the Brighton Beach
tracks will again enter the held and
distribute  aboul   $100,000."
PITTSBURG WANTS
NELSON-MORAN
MATCH
CALGARY'S   INSPECTOR
IS A  REAL  OPTIMIST
Pittsburg. Jan. 3.���Negotiations
wane opened here today by Match-
n i er Jimmy Dime for the appearance here the latter pari of the
month or early iii February of Battling Nelson and Owen Moran. the
English lightweight. The name.: ol
two men to meet the Battler and the
Englishman have been secured.
They are Hugh Madole. the fast
lightweight of   this city, and Jimmy
Dunn,  of  Newcastle.
Calgary, Jan. 3.���Building returns
for the past year total $2,420,452; Ibis
represents so per cent, of the value of
buildings erected.
Building Inspector Harrison announces that in 1910 permits issued
will total at least $4,000,000. This
estimate Is considered very conservative in well informed circles. Permits issued during December show an
increase of 243 over the same month
in 1908. A revision of the building
bylaw Is now taking place with a
view to meeting the present requirement s.
Orchestra in attendance
daily from 6 to 8 and 10
to 12. The best Merchants
Lunch in town. Open from
6 a.m to 2:30 a.m.
The Royal Cafe
_ i     o    fAQU    Prnnri
Dot
ainion Trust Block, Opp. Postofflce.
J.   P. CASH,  Proprietor.
Newsy to Bring Partner.
Newsy  Lalonde may  bring Dalton
l'heian to Vancouver with him this
year.
English Watchmaker
BARGAINS
WE  CAN   STILL  GIVE  YOU
Xmas Basket or Box of
Chocolates
AT   A   BIG   REDUCTION
] ���.,,,���,,. than carry them oyer we a"
'willing to sell them al a big Bacrifia
Accidents Will Happen
,n spite of all you can do, and the most careful person is often the
XZ ITSTE^H * tak.nfl out an accident or health pol-
i 1 Imbined' It would be a good start for the New Year.
^ wr. �� I "To Of acit and health policies in the old reliable
Raihway Passenger.' Assurance Company of London. Let me quote
you rates.
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Keep Your House Warm j
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel *
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
GOOD  SECOND-HAND      COOK   STOVES  FOR  SALE  CHEAP.
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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Gold WfttcStes for LaHteB from ��12/5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' ojien case,
17.50 up.
Agent tor Waltnam and Blgn
Watches.
Watch repairing a socially.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams.  Groce,
Wishing You the Compliments of the Season.
d. s. Curtis & Co. A1{   d w McLeod
nDi ir;ni��*TS *   M1* ^^
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Phone 62 " The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
n
For scows, tow
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
I J. FADER
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rSSTttSroS^      |CROCKERY Al COST TO CLEAR;;
! Grapes        Table Raisins
:| Figs       Dates      Apples
Can gt'-e you a nice big   Platter   to  gg> *f\ $
X  set your Christinas Turkey on for    J"^^f^J   2
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��� �� i
C tZZ^7^7y���� rehire any dishes for the holidays
t I. FAME'S
GROCERY
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97. PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,  JANUARY  4,
1910.
i
Council Remembers
Retiring Mayor
(Continued from Page One.)
and  that the city  clerk pre
ist of all the councillors who | man drank
down with
milk unto;.
to  him
pare m	
have i.v     ..,:  under Mr.  Keary  and
-present me same to him.      Alderman
Fader said that  lie had always found
Mr.   Keary a good  friend  of  the city | sunied our jaunt
Ai>... ising   conNctfitee,
"In my ino/niui' walks," rum&rked a
Brooklyn cli rjryninn lu referring to bis
vacation, "1 ii id as a coiupanlon nn
elderly ?enii mau, whose ncquaiutnnce
I prized highlyi After a cross country
ratable of live raiiRs one hut afternoon
we stopped at a farmhouse for n drink
of milk. I drained my ass, and bow
refreshing It was! But ��� old ri-ntle-
I -Ully and 't b!s glass
goodly portion of the rich
' 'Very flue drluk,' he said as we re-
" 'Then why didn't you drink nil .ol
It?' I asked.
" 'That's the way I make my contribution to the conscience fund,' be explained Berlously. 'When I was a boy
I worked ou a farm and was taught always, after rinsing, to leave a littlo
water In the milk cans.'"���New York
Times.
Men Wtth Women'* Voice*.
Generally speaking, races living at
blsh altftildes have weaker ana moro
highly pitched voices tliau those living
'���n regions where the supply of oxygen
Is more plentiful. Thus among the
Lxii.-ins living on the plateaus between
the ranges of the Andes, at an elevation of from ten to fourteen thousand
feet, the men have voices like women
nnd the women like children, nnd their
Biuging Is a shrill monotone. The Aua- I
trnllnn native has a weak voice, bnt
a knack of sending It u long distance,
a ml the lowest tribes of African bush-
men also possess weak voices. Of nil
'liiiuaii beings it would scent that thi
rlwarf race discovered by Stanley in
centra] Africa have, in point of volume
ind compass, the wenkest of human
voices, and this is only what on��
would expect from the feebleness ot
their physique generally
)tt la  Woman**   War.
When a woman undertakes to dec*}
Itste a fowl or anything with an as
she grasps the tool close to the head,
raises her chin, squints both eye*
clbiches two rows of teeth nnd backs
straight down, missing her aim by
about two Inches. That was sufficient
ror ti ' via Indy to sever her left
thumb. She was not a fainter and, re>
placing the thumb, which had bee��
chopped at the first Joint, bound the
parts together and has excellent promise of Its complete restoration. The
jame Is not always lost when "thumbs
lire down"���D-.-trolt News-Tribune.
Tlmrl1  Precaution.
"Maria," said Mr. Quigley, entering
���lis homo In some excitement, "I wan*
fou to promise me not to look nt the
papers for the next three months!"
"What for?" vonderlngly asked Mr*
Qulgley.
"I have just been nominated for a
public office," he faltered, "and 1 don*1
want yep to fiud ont what kind of toil
I really nm."--Chlcngo Tribune.
, I
and to the citizens.
Aldenna:i .lardiue seconded the motion made by Mr. Fader and said a
few woids expressing his regret at
seeing Mr. Keary retire. The other
aldermen all spoke in the same
strain, agn eing that they had had
their little differences witli the mayor
at some time ffuring their term of
office, but they had been only passing
clouds and would be forgotten while
the memory of their pleasant rela/-
tions with the mayor remained fresh.
Pleased  With  Gift.
Mr. Keary very graceful*! thanked
the aldermeu for tneir gift; Baying
that though ho kuew that the chair
was noi of tiny great intrinsic value,
lie was glad that an old friend would
still be with him. In retiring from
the city executive he felt no regrets
at anything tltat lie had done, although he might have said some
tilings in the heat of argument that
be now regretted. He would be glad
to have the names of the aldermen
who had been in the council with
him since L9Q8,
Thanks the   Scribes.
Speaking of the prosperity of the
pit) he remarked that he was sanguine that, it would continue throughout the year 1910, He thanked, the
{newspaper reporters for the fate reports i nut they had given of the
meetings oi the council in 11)09, and
hoped that they would continue in
their course. The meeting adjourned
at noou.
The Oath of Office.
As soon as the olu council had left
their seats. .Mayor Lee tested the
new chair and invited the new councillors in the "rostrum." All the aldermen were then required to take
the following oath of office:
"i do declare that I am a British
subject, possessing the qualifications
by tew required, and that 1 am not in
any way disqualified from holding the
office of ajderman for the Cits ol New
V, estmintetij). and 1 have not, nor R HI
f have wi.iie holding Office, any in-j
terest, dlrectlj or indirectly, In anyJ
contract oj services connected witu
the said corporation, otherwise than
as a shareholder in an incorporated
com]):::,.,, l haye "ot. by niyseli or
anj ot ;er person, knowingly em-
ployi d unj bi Ibery, coi i uption, or In-
timida loi to gain anj eleC Ion, and
1 will faithfully perform the duties of
my office, and will not allow any private Interest to influence my conduct
in public matters. So help me God."
Mayor Lee's Manifesto.
The new mayor then lead a maul-
festo,    mentioning    a    fe\s    changes
which he tnought ought to be beneficial to the city.     The changes '���> ��� '���
tinned v,eie:     That the seven standing committees be composed oj three
men Instead of seven: that a building
inspector be appointed;  that  a thorough  audit  of  the   books  and  atfans
ol the cttj  be made, and that a valuation he made of the material owned
by the city.     Tne manifesto then explained  tne  changes  in detail,  wind- i
ing up with a list of the committees i
wnich    Mayor   Lee   proposed to ap-1
point.      The    committees    aud  their j
members, as suggested by the mayor,'
are as follows
the chairman:
Finance���Aldermen Johnston, Gray
and Bryson.
Works���Aldermen     Qilley,    Welsh
and Gray.
Light���Aldermen  Gray,  Welsh  and
Johnston.
Water���Aldermen    Bryson,   Gilley
and Jardiua
Police���Aldermen    Welsh,    Bryson
nnd Smith. �� Mnn to ninme,	
Parks     and     Library ��� Aldermen      Women are moro prone to deceit thr
Smith, Gilley and Jardine. mPn,   From the time when Schehers-
'  Markei    and    Fire-Aldermen Jar-, Mfle toM her lord im ���    t   k      ^
dine, Johnston and Smith. j penre ,t hag bcen ^ Recoptod ^
Alderman Jardine Objects. ; And the men, not the women, are the
Alderman Jardine took exception to I most to blame.   It Is wbnt they like,
khe mayor taking it on hlmselt Bo ap-   nnd they get It.-Good Words.
point the committees and referred to, '    	
the runs of order bylaw iu which
there is a section giwng the council
power to a,'point us owu committees.
Mayor Lee stated that he was not
absolutel) sure oi the stand he had
taken and the mattei was referred to
u committee composed of Aldermen
Johnston, Jardine aud Gray, who will
report at the next meeting. in me
meantime there are no standing corn-
mil tei b oi the council.
Want Part of Lot.
Gilley Bios, sent in an application
for a lease ot part of the water lot,
offering to pay rent on the entire lot,
adjoining their present holdings on
Columbia street. They gave as their
reason for asking the concession the
fact mat their present premises were
hot ii, arly extensive enough to ao
commodate their growing business.
Thej stated that if the request were
granted It was their Intention to expend $10,000 on the property In new
buildings and wharfage. A committee oi tne whole council will look
over the ground
PT?omnSation from the cricket I t^*""k^^ ^ ^'Ul7-
club about  some    proposed Improve- *N0��   841cl i����ui, hi�� ��mnr:r��
nieuis  io pari of Moody  square  was j not in the loert disturbed, whiln th'
referred  to the Incoming parks com-
mittoi
Alderman Gray reported that the
arguments of the Vancouver Power
Company in the Coqultlam dam case
at Ottawa had to be answered by
January 8. Aldermen Gray and Bry-
eon were given power to go over the
question with the city solicitor and j
wire Instructions to Hugh Guthrie, i
the city's attorney In Ottawa. The
council  adjourned  at 1 o'clock.
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at 5:50, 6:5o, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, 0:50, 7:20 aud
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter  until  11:00 jp.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at !>:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:00 a.m., and every hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.
McQuarrie, Local   Manager,
Westminster.
Last
New
Great   Northern  Railway.
A\ N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:35
.rn
Lv.
N.
w.
11  a.m.;
ar.
Seattle
3
:55
.m
Lv.
N.
w.
4:1
12 p.m.;
ar.
Seattle
9:
:40
p.m.
Lv.
N.
W. :
12:
10 a.m.;
ar.
Seattle 7
:15
.m.
Lv.
Se;
utle
8:
05 a.m.;
ar.
N. W.
2:
:55
p.m.
Lv.
Seattle
4:
35 p.m.;
ar.
N. W.
9:
:30
p.m.
Lv.
Seattle
11
:45 p.m
.; ar. N.W.
6:
:20
a.m.
Lv.
Set
ittle
12
:25 p.m.
; ar. N.W.
6:
25
p.m.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,1.
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC, and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAOX.
Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago.
Mail Service
Follo^-innr are the hours of despatch
and arrival of m.Jls at the New West-
mi ister post office, the hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as -a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received dally except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are ill.- G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. vast mails, not Including
the   way   mails,     Sapperton,     Fraser
Mills aud Coqultlam.
Mails Despatched.
0:00 a.in- telosed at eleven o'cioca,
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. U. Owl.
ii a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
3. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. li. east taking till points
ast including Liangley and district.
The mail for Auhoisiord and dis-
rict, Clay burn and district, Huntingdon and dis'rict, and Matsipil are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in
eluding all U. S. points east aud soutu.
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge an! Bali
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Clov-erdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmefe and Fernridge, which urriveon
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria ami
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���StrawDerry Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminsturi bj
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.��� East Bmnany, by courier.
2:ii0 p.m.���Burquitlam, toy courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail des-
patched and received  v'a Vancouver, i
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Ivells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday. Friday and Saturday; Tyire-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord. Tuesday and Friday.
4:00  p.m.���Vancouver and  Burnaiiy
lake, via B. C. Electric. Rail\v
urday an extra mail is desiml
Victoria  via Vancouv
'���v- Sat.
' l����d to
^^^^^^^^^^^^___ er at thi-. i" '"
Blaine and Seattle, Including;a?^'
S. points east and south via r '���!��� "���
"Flyer." '  -v K-
6 p.m.���Seconrl C.  P.  R,   , , ,
ser  Mills.       This   mail   tal ,-    t)l'(i  '
lowing    local    places:      Barnet
Port. Moody,  Pitt Meadows   PortHa""
mond,  Port Hflney,    Mission ' ,-. !?"
wack. Harrison Hot Springs 'ab-ir-i
Lytton, Llllooot. gpences' Br Id ,- N,J|
IMi
l-fc
to].
Ola  nnd   district,  and
except Koolennys.
all
D(
'nst
���   ,  ll-
N. It.
"rlj
ectrji
Ilui,
i.
'tons.
Mails   Received.
6:45  a.m.���Blaine   ami     .s .
luding all U. S. points, via
"Uwl."
b:20  a.m.���Vancouver  and  Vtci
(except  Tuesday),  via  is.  rj. K
Railway.
'.i:tio jo 10:00 a.m.���Straw!  ;.
by courier (Tuesday and Fridaj
0:30  a.in.���Vancouver  ami   \
via G. N. It. ���	
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladn r, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and iTues-
day, Tliursilay and Saturday) od.
ward, via steamer J. 0. Bruce (Steve*
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
S: 40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Eraser Mills and Coqulj.
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Kust Burnaiiy, | . .     ��� -
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, bj c    i r,
3:30  p.m.���Blaine  and    Bi      e, in-
luding all U. S. points.
0:10   p.m.���Second   Mail   - ana
losoii mail from Sumas, an I Si ittie,
ncluding V. S. A. matter, and also
Fraser Mills.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tues-
| day at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., ar
rives in city Friday S: 45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:GO p.m., arrives In cit.t
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 P.m. o::
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives   S:."0   a.m.
Leaves   N.  W.   3:50   p.m.  daily  except   Sunday:   ar.  Gulchon  at  7  P-m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Cc.
P
Sbren-4 Game.
"Extry!" yelled t'.ie bright newsbsy.
"All about tha ter'ble wumpty���ep-
wump!"
"Eh?" nsked the Inquisitive old ma*
"What did ye any, sonny T"
"1 didn't say It," reptied the boy,
'Buy a paper ��a' ��*<�� "���Minneapolis
JouroiJl
Good and  Os^nnd.
Tho subject of ancestors is often ao
interesting topic of conversation. A
lady extremely proud of her mother'���
family created n sensation and made
her Ilstcnpi-s wonder a littlo when she
the liist-iiamed being j remarked: "My father filled many responsible positions. We all have the
greatest respect for hltn. My father
wits a good man, but"���nnd a certain
stiffening of tho shoulders nnd nn
added expression of firmness In the
pood lndy'n face added Importance to
hfr conclusion���"my mother was an
Osgood!"
Love Is Intoxicating, It Is said. Whn*
t good thing It is that marriage has
a tendency to sober a man.��� Tenrtfc
(T��xj Transcript,
M��rk Twaln't Best.
After  Mark   Twain   had fpokBi
for half an hour or more at one o-
his lectures years ago, guv's th�� Boi
ton Record, ho concluded to take t
brief mt, and without a word oi
explanation he "topped tulking nn'
eat   down.     The   audience   hardij
knew   what   to  do.     After  awhile
some one more bold than the rrsi
got cp, etrode down the aisle and
went out.   Some 0B6 ti*e followed,
and in a few minutes the hall wa��
cnrptj.    "Very  good   lect>rre,  M>
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princes-s Victoria leaves Van
souver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat
le  daily  except Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver J
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria rot
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed
nesday,
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria ll p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatslno and way
ports;   twentieth of  each  month  for
Ahcuset,   Quatslno,
way ports.
Cape    Scott  and
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave  Vancouver  2   p.m.  dally,  except Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo
n.m.
at 7
ALA8KA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
Clemens,"  Mid   a  local  djgn-.tarj
FRASER RIVER.
8.8. Beaver.
who was trying to be potit*." "Yr* I    From   New  Westminster    Monday, '<
" j vV-ednesday *nd Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
mean the first half of it* ?m th��
replj.    "Th* second half bu nor
and report on the. been foliYwed"    "Not deliveredT
wnai merry twinkle was seen in r>u
Se, "but we hare the mon#y for
e whole, and I dont see why w��
W��d to  worry M Ukey oniy t*k��
"Lifebuoy Soap Is 4ellghtrully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses  and  purifies.
J��flT Wm lDmpai !��ueea,
"Flatmen, I hear you were trreste*
the other day for Insulting and browbeating a janitor.   How did you come
���otr
"1 was tried for It aud acquitted."
"On the ground that It wag justifi
���Wer
"No; the jury couldn't be made to
believe such a thing was possible."-
Chicago Tribune.
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
BD. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster J
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst Gen. Paas. Agent, Vancouver
J, W. TROUP,
General Suparlntend-ent Victoria
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY
NEWS
<&&��� i^NSft^"
*iSM��aaj|S?#i��2
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
Six (6) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard Subdivisi^)ii,
on the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just whei'e
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACTURERS ARE GIVING AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOTS IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION Or
NORTH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIVEN AWAV 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 TriE COMPLETION OF THE BRIDGE? $10,000 WON'T
BUY THEM.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING BURRARD APPLY TO E. W. McLEAN, 501
PENDER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you have to do is to buy a 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 AC
CORDING TO DIRECTIONS, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE STARTED MANUFACTURING
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WE EXPECTED THE PUBLIC TO CAREFULLY FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS;
WE SOON FOUND, HOWEVER, THAT PEOPLE PREFERRED TO WASH IN THEIR OWN WAY,
SO  WE  JUST  HAD TO CHANGE   OUR   FORMULA  TO  SUIT  CONDITIONS.
NO EMPLOYEE OF THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY, LIMITED, WHO MANUFACTURE
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WOULD SUIT YOU, WOULD WE
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS  MANNER?
ASK YOUR GROCER  GROCER   ABOUT   IT.
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both the coupon
which appears In the Daily News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary.
8o get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN 8END IN AS MANY COUPONS A8 YOU WISH.
������* y**?^v > TUESDAY,  JANUARY  4,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
STRALIA PRtPARES
TO MANUFACTURE ARMS
>lan is Par* of  New General  Scheme
For the   Defense   of   Colonial
Possessions.
H
London, Jan. 3.���Rapid progress is
i     made  with  the  establishment
. government factory for the man-
acture oi small  arms at   Llthgow,
liiicli  is  tl'1-'  centre,  of    the   Austra-
.,, [ron and steej manufacturing d}s-
In the Male of New South Wales,
ale is pari of tiie colonial scheme of
t The contract tor the ma
nner)   needed for the manufacture
illles, given to an American Ann,
now nearing completion.
Tenders are being   invited by the
Diiiinonwealtli    government,   mainly
jrougb  the    office of    the eoniinon-
.,,,Hh in London, for the supply  of
ie necessary equipment of a power
snerating station for ihe
e small anus factory.
nt   will   comprehend
nes, pipework, dynamos
int,    workshop    motors  and  mucli
ore.      The  aggregate value  of the
ntract  will  run  into    hundreds of
isands of    dollars.      There   is  a
ng desire on the part of the Aus-
alfans that this (mportani contracl
n engineering work for the common-
ealth department of defence should
��� placed with   a   British   linn, but
impetltion from America is keen.
LittigOW   is     distant    from   Sydney
ghty  miles  at   presenl by   railway
id more remote still from Naas Car-
:m,  which will bo the location  of
ie new capital of the commonwealth
ii the seal  of the federal udminis-
Thr railway route, however,
and there are proposals
bortening the distance by tunnel-j
nd so bringing Llthgow nearer to
ie future capital.
Alberto Telephones to
Network Province
purposes ol
'Phis equip-
boilers, en-
, condensing
1; i
ion.
ilrcultous
Russell.
L, Thompson, Chilliwack,
K. llartnell. Clayburu.
lieu. Rosenfeld, St. Paul.
N. S. Butt. Newburg, Or.
W. 1). Dwen, Victoria.
I', w. a. Flanagan, Vancouver,
II.   S.   Pike,   Vancouver.
C. Welch, Vancouver.
H  oftehau.s Vancouver.
C   15. Brydone-Jack, Vancouver,
.i \.   Wallace,   Vancouv( r.
:    M.  Mclntyre, Vancouver.
I. VV, Crawford; Vancouver.
li. Richards, Vancouver.
B.  Newbold, Vancouver.
!���;.   .M.   C.   McLorg.   Vancouver.
Windsor.
I. Huddleston, Port KellB.
Leekey, Coquitlam.
Hendrlck8*��n, Co.nil;lam.
v. Pike, Vancouver:
c. Tucker, Vancouver.
Dougherty, Vancouver,
W.  Marteenson,  Vancouver.
V. Barae, Vancouver,
J.
.1.
A.
G.
ii.
T.
Insurance  on  University.
Toronto, .Inn.  3.���An Insurance of
^,000,000 against lire has been placed
k'M buildings and contents oi the University  of  Toronto at   a  rale  of    85
".us per $1000 for three years.
HE-CORNERED FIGHTS
MAM IN BRITISH ELECTION
Ipeers Will Abstain From Active Electioneering After Writs Are Issued
���Unionist Manifesto.
(Continued from  pag�� One.)
terlal will all be awarded shortly and
the work will be carried forward as
speedily as possible after the necessary appropriations have been secured from the legislature.
The most important extension will
connect Medicine Hat with the norm
and south trunk lines from Edmonton
to the  boundary.
The connection will be established
through io Medioine Hat via Lethbrldge and all the towns, intervening
will thus be placed in touch With the
central towns of Alberta which already have government phone exchanges.
This will require the construction
of many miies oi telephone lines, and
will result in the establishment of
government telephone sen ice In all
the important centres in the south.
The next important extension to be
made will be along the line of the
Grand Trunk Pacific from Tofleld east
to the boundary line of the province.
Connection will be established along
the new hue oi railw: ;- dli i ctlj with
Edmonton, and it Is probable that
connection between the G.T.p. towns
and ihe i'.n.k. towns win be estah
lislied the year followin
At the close of next year,, should
the entire plans of the department be
carried out Alberta wij) have a system of lung distance telephone connection that will be far ahead of that
of the s'.ster province r>f Saskatchewan and will not be far behind the
sjstem in Manitoba, it will be possible, when '���ll extensions planned are
carried out, to have telephone communication with Wainwrlght on the
G.T.P., Lloydmlnster on the C. Nit.,
Medicine Hat to tiie easi on the C.I'.
R., aud Spokane and Vancouver
across Hip mountains.
Hon. Mr. Cushing this morning
made the statement that telephone
communication would be established
across the mountains via Spokane to
Vancouver, by the close of next summer. Communication was estab
lished across the mountains via Spokane to Vancouver, by the close of
next summer. Communication was
established last week as far as Cran-
brook, B.C., and the only remaining
link to complete lies between Cran-
brook and Nelson.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER;
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE" j
Kight Trains Every Day in tho Ye-at
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
TIIK TRAIN OF FAMJ)
THE' NORTH-WESTLRN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and -est ideaa
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY, It is lighted with both
electricity ami gas; the most brilliant
ly illuminated train in the world. The j
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
ehalr oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and sniok-
lag c��vi\.
For  Time  Tables,   Folders, or  nny
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
7?0 Second Avenne, Seattle. Wa?h
-London. Jan. 3.���After January 10,
when the writs will Issue for the election, the peers will be debarred from
. taking further part iu the campaign.
���Before that time they will address $16
Conservative    meetings.      A    list of
^candidates so far prepared shows no
ffaewer than bo three-cornered contests
g which probably   would give seats to
R the Conservatives, but the Labor can-
I didates apparently    have no disposl-
I tiou to yield.     Eor the lirst time the
I Conservatives have tour Labor candl-
��� dales iu the held.
The Unionist Association of ire-
laud has issued a manifesto to the
British electors, accusing the Nationalist party of separatist designs,
which Is proved, the manifesto asserts, by the party's acceptance of
Separatist Irlsh-Auiurlcan funds and
the recent Irish tour ot Captain Condon and John O'Calahan, delegates
from the United States Irish league
of the United States as John Redmond's guests.
The manifesto warns the British
people that home rule would lead to
Irish independence, involving a standing menace from a military and ua-
i al viewpoint.
William O'Brien, who formerly represented the Nationalists, of Cork, in
parliament, has decided to return to
politics. Ho was nominated yesterday as a candidate for Cork city,
Rev. J. Campbell, pastor of the City
Temple, in his sermon yesterday, related a characteristic anecdote. He
was the guest early last year at a
luncheon party. The conversation
turned on what each would do if be
knew that he had only two months to
live.
Chancellor Lloyd-George, who was
present, replied:
"I would introduce my budget and
proceed with it until my appointed
time, so that I could leave the world
with a good conscience."
  m
Big Milling Plant Burned.
Niagara Falls, Ont., Jan. 3.���The
big Niagara Kails Milling plant at the
corner of Clark and Robinson streets
wag totally destroyed by fire. The
loss is estimated at $50,000 or $60,-
000. '
"The Mttwaukee"
���The Pioneer Liirlted," St. Paul to
Chicago, "8hort Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in tne eervice on anj
railroad in th�� worW that equal In
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee A Pt Paul Railway. They
own and opa.. to their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patroui at excellence of
service not ��burnable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, G��neral Agent.
134 Third St., cor  Ald��r Portland. Or.
LA NO ACT.
New Westminster Land District, District of New Westminster.
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 yot said Lot M78, 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 tees 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, theuce
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty (160 acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland MeQuar-
rle.
Dated, November 23rd, 1909.
Merchandise can't well withstand the onslaught of
orices like these. They'll make vast piles of winter
Merchandise melt away like snow in the sun. We try
not to carry over a single item from one season to another, and we
don't intend 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
item gets a going-out price that's little short of astounding. Bargains
are of so rare and wonderful a sort that you can't afford to neglect their
call.   READ EVERY PRICE AND PROFIT IMMEASURABLY.
Commencing   Tuesday,  January 4th
Extraordinary
Values in Women's
Coats
WOMEN'S COATS of tweeds, cheviots and cravehetles, 3-4, 7-S and full
length, semi-fitting and sack styles,
in grey, brown, cardinal and green.
Regular values up to $21.00. Sale
pi iro    $12.35
WOMEN'S PLAIN KURSK?, Kroad-
cloth and beaver cloth, braid trimmed and sill strappings, tight. Beml-
fltting and sack stylos, iu brown.
black, green, navy. Values 120.00 to
$27.fill.  Sale price   ...   .- $11.75
CHILDREN'S AND MISSUS'
COATS in fancy tweeds and broad-
ClotflS. All this season's. Values up to
J I.."hi, sale price. $2.50; valtffig u,> to
$7.60, sale price   $3.95
WOMAN'S HEAVY COTTON UN-
DERVESTS, elastic Unit, form fitting,
nil sizes, drawers to match. Very
special, a.garment  50c
EXTRA QUALITY LIGHT WEIGHT
UNDERVESTS, form fitting, elastic
Unit, all sizes, a garment  50c
WOMEN'S SKIRTS In tweeds and
plain cloths, plain gored styles, others ideated with pipings of silk,
trimmed with buttons. Values tip to
$(1.50, sale price $2.95
FULL RANGE OF VENETIAN
CLOTH SKIRTS, colors cardinal,
black, navy, green and brown, plain
gored and pleated styles, trimmed
With buttons. Regular value up to
$8.50, sale price, each,   $4.75
BLACK VOILE SKIRTS, trimmed
with strappings of black taffeta silk
and buttons. Very special at    ..$6.50
BLACK SATEEN PETTICOATS,
fancy and accordion pleated, flounced, very special for    $1.00
Cashmere Hose
CASHMERE HOSE���One hundred
dozen women's cashmere hose, plain
or ribbed, also boys' hose, heavy
woollen nnd ribbed. Girls' plain and
ribbed cashmere hose, all sizes. R<'g.
values 35c pair;  sale price, pair    25c
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Extraordinary
Values in House
Furnishings
ENTIRE STOCK OF BLANKETS,
LINENS, CURTAINS. COMFORTERS, SHEETINGS, QUILTS. ETC..
GREATLY  REDUCED.
Special prices on ends Of table linens, 2 to ti    yds.    with    napkins    to
match���
til   Inches   wide,   bleached,  reg.   75c;
sale price, yard  65c
66 Inches wide, bleached, reg.    8j?c;
sale price, yard 75c
72 incites wide, bleached, reg. $1.0.0;
sale price, yard    85c
72 inches wide, bleached, reg. %\ 25;
sale pilce, yard $1.03
72 incites  wide, bleached, reg. $1.36;
.sale price $1.10
12 inclies wide, bleached, reg. $li60;
sale price, yard   $1.25
OS-inch UNBLEACHED LINENS,
flefir de lis designs, good weight.
Reg. price 60c yard. Sale price, yard
 35c
60-inch UNBLEACHED LINENS,
good heavy Quality. Reg. price 60b';
sale price, yard 50c
WHITE SHEETINGS IN PLAIN
nnd 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 41 Inches wide, reg. 25c; sale
price   22 1-2c
46 inches wide, reg. 30c;  sale price,
yard  25c
Six dozen Honeycomb quilts, 3-4
and double-bed size, fringed and
plain. Reg. $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
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
w.s.
-   .
Dress Goods,
Flannelettes, Etc.
New fancy tweeds, fancy mohairs,
checks, plaids and meltons. Reg, 35c,
45c, up to 76c per yard; sale price
per  yard 25c
Also fancy tweeds, fancy mohairs, l! and 54-inch suitings, homespuns, fancy stripes an.! heavy coatings. Reg. 76c to $L2i3"; stile" price,
per yard  50c
Fifteen pieces of fancy colored
flannelettes, suitable for wrappers,
blouses, etc, Keg. 12 l-2c to 15c yard;
sale price, per yard 9c
Ten pieces of   heavy wrapperettes
In fancy stripes nnd designs, kinuma
cloths. Reg. 20c to -5c yard; Bale
price, per yard 12c
Fifteen pieces of stripe^ English
flannelettes, 32 inches wide, soft lin-
isb, for night dresses or underwear.
Reg. price |0c per yard; sale price
seven  yards  for $1.00
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
nnd 30c; stile 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. 36c to
$1.(iii; 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, y*rd  8c
Swiss cambric and nainsook embroidery nnd 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
&C0
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line call in and see
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supply you.
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Notice Is hereby given  that  Ralph
Charnley of    Barnston island, in the
province of  British Columbia, David
Alexander   McRee  of   Ladner,  in  the
said   province,  and  Josenh   Cameron
of  th? city of New  Westminster, in
the said province, have been selected
by a majority in interest and number
of the proprietors of the lands affected   as   hereinafter   described to be
commissioners   under   the   provisions
of the "Drainage Dyking and Irrigation Act," for the district, consisting
of  and  comprising  the   lands  hereinafter described, that is to say:      All |
and singular those certain parcels or (
lrails  of   land   and   premises  situate,
lying and  being    in  the    district of |
New  West minster    ana    province    of i
British   Columbia,   more particularly
known    and    described     as  lots  two |
hundred and fifty-two (252), two hundred and   fifty-threg   (253), two  hundred and fifty-nine (259), two hundred
and sixty (26i I, and four hundred and
twenty-seven   1-127),    group    one  (1),
and  the fractional northeast quarter
of section nine    (9);    the fractional
south   east   quarter  of     section   nine
i'.ii;  the fractional north  west quarter of section nine (9);  the fractional
south  west  quarter of    section nine
(9);   the-fractional  south  east  quarter of section ten  (10);   the fractional  south west quarter of section ten
(10);  the fractional northeast quarter
of  section  three  (3);   the fractional
|norili   west,  quarter  of  section  three
I (3); the fractional north east quarter
of section four (4), (Indian reserve);
! and the fractional south west quarter
i of section sixteen   (16), all in town-
i ship nine (9) as shown on the official
! plan   or  survey   of   the   Bald  district
of    New  Westminster  and otherwise
known as "Barnston Island.'-
The said commissioners being authorized and instructed to lake steps
to reclaim the said lands by dyking
the same and to do everything
that be may be necessary to carry-
out such work and to maintain such
dykes as may be constructed.
The district to be known as the
"Barnston  Island Dyking District."
The names of the proprietors who
have selected the said commissioners
are: Ralph Charnley, Harvey Hicks,
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin Jay Thomson.
John LeLeuvre, William Scott Walker, David Alexander McKee, John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
A. I).. 1909.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQTJARRIE,
40 Lome Street,
New Westminster, B.C.
Solicitors   for   the   commissioners.
Un Wednesday night the newly
formed board of trade at Burnaby
will hold its election of officers.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attend
ance tit The Royal Cafe.
C. 11. Smart Wade, the secretary of
the board of trade, lias been asked
by the citizens of South Vancouver
to attend a meeting tonight, called
Willi the purpose Of faking steps to
form a board of trade. Mr. Wade
will  accept the invitation.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie..-.
Greenhouse. R20S.
The cold weather lias stopped till
work on the Columbia street improvements.
Piano  and
Martin,  Mus,
organ   tuning.       W.   E.
Bac, 'phone LG15, city.
The steamer Beaver made an effort
to gel up the river yesterday morning
but could not gel through Hie ice
above llatiey, and had to return to
New Westminster. The officials ot
the Cv P. Navigation Company state
that unless a decided change in the
weather takes place, the Beaver will
not attempt to run again this week.
The Transfer was able to make
down   the  river
her
without
regular   trip
difficulty.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Smith, of 701!
Agnes street, will leave shortly for
their old home in St. John. N.B.,
where they will reside in future. Mr.
Smith came to Westminster last
June, and during his residence here
has invested heavily in city and
close-in property.
Call   tit   The   Royal   Cafe  for
dinner or after theatre supper.
lunch
The big clock on St. Ann's is still
going and keeping good time. All
kinds of clocks repaired by W. Webster, Mechanical Engineer. Small infancy alarm, musical, regulator,
grandfather, etc. No. 10 Sixth street,
Dominion Trust Block.
An insane Spaniard was brought to
the city yesterday by the constable
from Huntingdon, Santas District. He
was examined by Dr. Walker and Dr.
Kenny, who pronounced him Insane,
whereupon he was committed to the
asylum by Stipendiary Magistrate Pit-
tendrigh.
For a man who fought with the
Boers in the South African war, Edward Mclllree seems to have a peculiar liking for British institutions. He
appeared in the police court yesterday
morning on a charge of drunkenness
and was given an hour to leave town.
He Is still here. Being unable to navigate yesterday afternoon he was tied
up again at tho government wharf
and will be overhauled this morning
by Magistrate Corbould.
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The death occurred yesterday of
Anna -May Lindsay, wife of 11. H.
Lindsay, of the Westminster Trans-
h r Company. The late Mrs. Lindsay was thirty-one years of age and
is survived bj her husband and three
children. The funeral will take
place on Wednesday from the family
residence on Begbie street to the Odd
Fellows' cemetery.
A deal of considerable importance
was put through yesterday when T.
li. Smith, the well known drygoods
man. disposed of his business. The
purchaser, who wishes his name withheld for tin- present, will take over
the business about February 1, and
Mi. and Mrs. Smith will then take a
trip to the old country. It is understood that Mr. Smith intends to start
in iiu- commission business in New
Westminster on his return.
Your box in a surety deposit vault
is a private affair. No one has access
to it bin .'u.i.s ... And besides, it
is sale1 and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then ii costs
onl) a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. u. Pearson, manager,
New   Westminster   branch. 228-4
Gilbert Dalyrymple, a teamster employed by Mr. Kennedy, ol Surrey,
Buffered serious injuries yesterday
morning by being run over by a lumber wagon in the West End of the
city, near the Eburne line, the accident being the result ol a runaway.
In addition to numerous bruises, Mr.
Dalyrymple received a severe cut in
the head, and had his right arm badly
squeezed under tin- wagon. The injured man is progressing favorablj at
the Rovu.1 v olumbian hospital.
For furniture, carpels, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
F irmal announcement has been
ti--.de of the forthcoming marriage of
a. Turnbull, the Grand Old Man of
t - lacrosse world, and Miss Louise
Sibley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melville Sibley, and nurse at the Royal
Columbian hospital. Th,- event will
take place at St. Andrt w's church on
Januarj 12, when Rev. J. S. Henderson will officiate.
A tire in the Dominion hotel, Chilliwack. on Friday, caused damage to
the extent of $1500 before being mastered  by  the  lire  brigade.
Yesterday afternoon Gin. Dar Sing.
a Hindoo, was arrested on a charge
of assault preferred by a countryman.
Botlt the Informant and the accused
appear more prosperous than the majority of their compatriots, the complainant being an old man with white
whiskers and a grey nock coat, whose
gentlemanly appearance has attracted
seme attention around town lately.
See W. S. Collister's
JANUARY  SALE
Ad. on Page Seven
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MUNICIPAL   AND   SCHOOL
ELECTIONS   1910
icrej
Municipality   of   Burnaby,     including
for   School    Board    Purposes,
District     Lot   172.
Public notice is hereby given to the
electors of the Municipalitj oi
Burnaby, (and tor School Board
purposes, of District Lot 172.) that
i require the presence of the said
electors al the Municipal Hall on
MONDAY, JANUARV 10, 1909, al
12 o'clock noon, for the purpose U)
of electing persons to represent
them in the Municipal Council as
Reeve and Councillors for the year
1910, and (2) of electing four pers:
BOARD   80 chains,    thence    Bouth   -   chain
thence   west   80     chains     i
i commencement, containing
more or less.
EDITH LOUISE PATERSON
T.  .1.   BEATTY,
Located December 7,  L909.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take noi ice that thirty ditys a[[(.t
date I, John William Bi titty, 0l j
Vancouver, B. C, occupatlo painter
Intend to apply for a lici usi to pros!
peel for coal and petroleum on the
following described   lands.
Commencing  al  a  posi  p  ��� ���. . ..
the northeast  corner of    Mars Sum-
ons to serve on the Board of School   mors, northeast    corner po
Boundary road, one mile north "i tw
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NEGRO'S NATIONALITY
TROUBLING AUTHORITIES
Colored Man Who Has Prison Record
Remains Unwelcome Guest on
Union  Castle  Liner.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
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.
Just Arrived
By   Delayed     Freight
A Superb  Line of
Xmas
Chocolates
AT
*S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
STORAGE
V1DAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
London, Jan. 3.���A negro who
claims American citizenship, is an
unwelcome guest of the Union Castle
Steamship line at Southampton,
pending the outcome of diplomatic
negotiations between the United
States and Great Britain to determine
the man's nationality.
The negro was deported from South
Africa, where he had been convicted
of a crime and served a sentence in
a British prison. He was returned
to New York, but was refused permission to land there, as he was unable to satisfy the authorities of his
American citizenship. He was sent
back to Southampton.
The negro is probably George Howard, who was deported from the United States on July 25, being returned
to Liverpool from .New York on the
White  Star  liner Arabia.
NEW COURT OF APPEALS
FORMALLY CONSTITUTED
Sixty-seven Cases Set Down for Hear
ing at Victoria���Session to Fob
low in Vancouver.
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   SHUTE. Manager.
MERRITHEW & RAMSLAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
Disastrous Fire at Cochrane.
Toronto, Jan. ii.���Word was reo lv-
ed by the provincial government 'his
morning that a fire raging at Cochrane had burned all the government
offices with records and papers relating to mines, lumber and other properties. No estimate of the damage
has yet been formed.
Pioneer Contractor Dies.
Winnipeg. Jan. 3.���Michel Cyr, a
pioneer contractor of tills city, and
father of J. Ernest Cyr, ex-M.P, for
Provenchcr, died today aged seven-
seven years.
Victoria, Jan. 2.���The new court of
appeals was formallj constituted today. The first session will take place
at tiie courthouse tomorrow. The
docket is . heavy one, sixty-seven
cases being sei  down for hearing.
The appeals on poiuts of law in
criminal cases will first be heard,
after which Victoria litigants' appeals
will be heard. Following these other
appeals will be heard when counsel
consent to Immediate hearing.
A session of the court will follow
in Vancouver to clear off the list
without the city.
Boat Ran Aground.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Jan. 8.���During the high wind that prevailed early
Sunday morning, the steamer Minnie
M. broke from her moorings and
drifted down the river. She now
lies aground in a dangerous position
near the boat club wlirrf on Topsail
island.
Trustees of Burnaby.
The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows: The candidates shall be uomlnated In writing,
the writing shall be subscribed by
two voters of the Municipality as Proposer and Seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at
any time between the date ol the nc-
tic and 2 o'clock p.m. on the day oi
the nomination, and In the event of
a poll being necessary such poll will
lie opened on Saturday the 15th day
of January, 1910, al 9 a.m. and close
at ii p.m., al the Municipal Hall. Edmonds; Agricultural Hall, Central
Park; Lake View School. Burnaby
Lake; Barnet Scnool, Barnet; Mrs.
Cobban's House, Burquitlam, of which
every    person   is   liercl-y    required    to
lake  notice  and  govern  himsell   ac
cordingiy.
The qualification fcr Reeve Bhall be
his being a r(ah- British Subject, and
having been for thi three months
ia -1 preceding the day of his nomination, the registered owner in the Land
Ri gistry Office Of land and real piop
eriy. situate within the Municipality,
of the assessed value on the last Municipal Assessment Roll, of five hundred dollars 01' more, over and above
any registered Judgment or charge,
and being otherwise duly qualified as
a voter:
The qualification tor Councillor
shall be his being a male British Subject, and having been for three months next preceding the day of his nom-;
[nation the registered owner In the
Band Rgisiry Office of land or real
property, situate within the Municipality of the assessed  value on  the lasl
Municipal Assessment Roll of two
hundred and fifty dollars or mor< , over and above any registered Judgment
or charge, or being    a  homesteader,
lessee from the Crown or pi e-emplor
who has resided within the Municipality for the space of one year, or
more, Immediately preceding tin.
nomination, and who Is assessed for
five hundred dollars or more, on the
lasi Municipal Assessment Roll, ovei
and above any registered Judgmt nl
or charge, or being a homestead' r,
lessee from the frown, or pre-empior
who has resided within the Municipality for a portion of one year Immediately preceding (lie nomination, and
who, during the remainder of saitl
year has been the owner of said land.
of which he formerly was a homesteader, lessee from tile Crown or
pre-emptor, and who is assessed for
five hundred dollars or more on 'he
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 of 21 years,
and otherwise qualified by the Public
Schools Act of 1905 to vote ai an elec-
It Ion of School Trustees in the said
(School District shall be eligible to be
elected to serve us a School Trustee
In  BUOh,   Municipal   District.
Only British Subjects may vote tit
Municipal Elections (Sec f and 2,
Chap. 53���1902.)
(liven   under   my   band   at   Burnaby
this ^Tth day of December. 1909.
C. T. SAUNDERS,
Rettirniiiu Officer.
B.C.E.R     tramway,     the- , ,
chains, thence west 80 chaii
south 80 chains, thence eai   B       .:..
to  place of commencement
Ing 610 acres more or less.
JOHN   WILLIAM   BEATTY,
T. .1.  BEATTY, Agent
Located   December  7,   1901)
NOTICE.
District of  New Westminster.
Take notice that thlrtj  dti       lei I
dale.     I     Thomas     James     Bi  iffy, ol |
! Vancouver,  It. C, occupatlo     miner,
intend to apply for a llcen i   to proa-1
peei   tor   coal   and   petl oh U
' following described  lands:
Commencing al a posi p
j the souihwesl corner ol d
i twenty twenty-five (20251
' not th    80      chains,      thi no ll
180      chains.      thence      sou
' chains,     thence     u , . |     So  <    litis '"!
place   of  commencement,  ci      i lug
i 6 In acre:, more or less.
THOMAS  JAMES   BEATTY,
Located l teci mbi r 7, 1909.
NOTICE.
District  of  New Westminster.
Take notice that  thin.,   da        'r
date, I Catherine Florence U   ti   ol
occupatii n   I idy,
h licensi
petroleui
on tn��
Vancouver,  i>.  c
intend to apply for
peel  for coal  and
following  lands.
Commencing    at    a  posi    planted
Itwenty chains east of T. J   B nortfi-
west   corner,   thence  north  ffl chalaa,
thence east   80 chains,  then' "^
8u i-bains. thenc<   west BO ciuo-     '
place   of   i-oiniiiein-eineiii,   cental:..;.:
| 640 acres more or less.
CATHERINE   FLORENCE  BEATTY,]
T. .1.   BEATTY,  Agent.
Located  December  7,   1909.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster,
lake  notice  that   thirty  days  lifter|
date  l.  Lizzie   Paterson,  of   Vancouver,   li.    ('.,   occupation,   lady,   intend |
to apply tor a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing   at   a   post   planted 8t|
the   northeast     corner     of     lot   \"'^
thence west Sti chains, thence souUtl
80  chains,    thence    east     80 chains,
thence  north  so chains, to place of 1
commencement   containing  640 acrei
more or less.
LIZZIE PATERSON,
T. J.  BEATTY, Agent.
Located November 30, 1909
NOTICE.
New Westminster,
that   thirtj   days  after,
Paterson    of     Van con-1
broker, intend
to  prospect  fnr
on the following
Montreal   Gets  Lower   Rates.
Montreal, Jan. 8.���The Canadian
Fire Underwriters' Association today
decided to remove the surcharge
placed tWO years ago on Montreal
risks owing to the enlarged pumping
capacity and the generally Improved
conditions. The opinion was expressed at the meeting that the men
of the Montreal lire brigade were not
In the physical trim required for
their arduous duties and did not give
evidences of good and steady drill.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
At Kirk s Hardware
Ice Skates (all sizes)
Hockey Sticks
and Pucks
KIRK'S  HARDWARE,New Westminster, B.C.
Silicon No. 1, 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,    l'ltt    Lake
Brick and Cemeni  Company, Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate No.  B30434,
intend  60  days from   the  dale  hereot
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 ,'i7 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated   this 14th  day of  December,
A. D. 1909.
PITT LAKE BRICK AND   CEMENT
CO., LTD., E. J. FADER, Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate No. B304I15.
District of
Take  notice
date  I.  A. J.
vcr, B. c., occupation
to apply a license
coal and petroleum
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of district ,ot
Stir., thence west So chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence easi s
chains, thence north So chains10
place of commencement,   containing
640  acres  more  or  less.
ADANIRAM   JUDSON   PATERSON,
T. J, BEATTY, Agent.
Located November 30, 1909.
ROYAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
(late 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 planted at
the southwest comer of Central Bark.
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