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PROPERTY.
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VOLUME   B,   NUMBER    283.
NEW      WESTMINSTER, B. C, #ftlDAY; feOUNINO, JANUARY  6, ,1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTa
TELLING CAMPAIGN SPEECH IS MADE BY
T. J. TRAPP IN THE VEST END
Mayoralty Candidate Outlines His Policy   at   Largely  Attended   Meeting,   Receiving
Cordial and Encouraging Reception���Necessity of Giving Railways More Encouragement is Emphasized��� "There Are no Strings on Me" Declares Candidate.
The fight has started. \ been forced upon me by the solicita-. treated  fairly.    Westminster,    on    a
Last  night T. .1. Trapp addressed a j tions of many of the best known clti-; great fresli water harbor, is In a post-
ieeting of ratepayers in St. Barnabas i zens of New Westminster, wbo would | tion to cater to tbe requirements of
dl
Fifth avenue. The
iverflowlng,  und  a
ball was filed 1 nol take no for
good   deal   ot i buttonholed  me
Mr. Trapp
I plat form
applause was registered as
licked off the planks of hi
l��� telling language.
The selection of a chaiiman was
left to the meeting, which unanimously requested W. T, Cooksley to act,
ami In Introducing the speaker of the
evening, (which ancient custom demands even in the case of such a
uell known local figure as Mr. Trapp),
invited any of those present who de-
gired to speak, to ascend the plat
form, and particularly any representa
tives of the labor party, and any declare I opponents of Mr. Trapp's pol-;
Icj  who might be present.
M.   w.   Mlnthorne,  who  described
liimsclf   ns   a   representative   of   the1
weBl end, was the only respondent.
Straightforward  and  Business-like.
Mr   Trapp then proceeded to make
his speech, which consisted "mainly of j
a  straightforward    and    business-like
. menl   of the  policy    which    be
would  pursue If elected to the chief
tracy of the city.   He said:
"Gentlemen, lf someone had told me;
a month ago that I  would be ln the j
���: ii   in   which   I   tind   mysell   to-
night   thai of seeking the suffrages of
��� ���,   eii     irs,  1  would have told  him,
In  popular  phraseology, that   be  was
'talking through his hat.' 1 have nevei
an  answer, and  wbo
in every  conceivable
place and on every conceivable opportunity,  with  the cry, "Will  you  run,
Mr. Trapp,"  "I  wish you  would  run.
"Do run,"  and  so on, in season and
out of season,  until  I  bad to realize
that there was a deman I for the services of a business man at  the head
of civic  affairs  which  would  not  be
denied,  and   in   the  circumstances,   it
was   my   bounden   duty, as   a   public-
spirited citizen to accede to it.
Will   Adhere  to  Pledges.
"I  wlll  now  proceed  to lay  before
STEEL WORKS Wltl
LOCATE AT SUNBURY
Official Announcement Made j
of Plans of Western Steel
Corporation-City Planned
LABOR MEN MAKE BID FOR
VOTES OE SAPPERTONIANS
Candidates Enlighten Residents of East End on Municipal
Matters ���Bryson and Lee lake Part in Speeches,
Former Having Been Invited���Candidates
Get Good Reception.
the great transportation companies
better even than Vancouver, for hls
tory goes lo show that where a fresh
water harbor conies Into competition
with a salt water anchorage, the former always wins in the end. In the
light of this fact, I do not consider
it too optimistic to say that Westminster will In the years to come be
as great and important a city as Vancouver, if not greater, but we want to
hasten this day, and the way to do it
is to treat the railroads fairly and
give tliem reasonable facilities, such
as they have been denied in the past,
you the planks of my platform, and to locate tlieir wharves and tlieir de-
I may say now that, if elected, 11 P��ts here, which will be to the ultl-
Bhall adhere to inv pledges with ab-' mate and immediate advantage of the
solute rigidity. I will take these city. In plain English, they must be
items of policy as they appear in my treated on a business basis.
published platform. I    "In conclusion, 1  wish to touch on
"The first Is, Progress by honest two points In connection with this
and clean handed civic adminlstra-1 campaign wliich 1 find myself conation.' What I mean bv that is that pelled to treat of. Some of my friends
n the civic offlces should |<ell me that they are being told in
business  way.  some quarters, 'If you elect Trapp, it
everything
be carried  along in
1    am  not     making    any
meantime, of the manner
an alderman, and it Is the llrst; ���" m.l(je  in
e I have had aspirations for civic  ',,,,,    '   civic
criticisms
^  in    which
things ha\e been run in the past, ln
some departments the business has
been transacted in the best possible
manner, and in others it has not. but
I speak more of future changes which
will be Inevitable, and it will be my
endeavor, if elected, to see that these on me.
Ibe light of tbis inten-
buslness   is   like   any
is the same as electing Keary.' Let'
me assure you, gentlemen, that this is
a very mistaken idea. Mr. Keary and
1 are good tlllicums, and we think
alike on some questions, but that is
where the matter ends, and you will
tind, gentlemen, if you live long
enough, tlm no one has any strings
As was prophesized last week in
tlie News, with a strong sense of confidence, the olticial announcement bas
now been made that the Western
Steel Cor],oration will locate their
Canadian works on the banks of tho
Kraser, at Sunbury.
Robert Kenne ly, whef was the ori
ginal proposer of the site, and who,
through the firm of Kennedy Bios.,
has been mainly instrumental in securing the property on which the
works will be built, is authrrity for
the statement, and tbe history of the
deal as related by him makes an Interesting tale.
Sunbury   Is  Best  Location.      U
"About a year ago," said Mr. Ken-1 who spoke at the meeting,
nedy, "I was approached by some ol
the  Vancouver  directors  of  the  cor j
poratlon,  who asked  me where they I
could   secure   about   2000   acres   with '���
waterfrontage on the    Fraser.      Pitt |
Meadows   being   suggested, I   offered
my  ranch  there, of about 150  acres,
and  secured   options  on  some   other
property in the vicinity, but on hearing  the  purpose  for  which  this  site
was required, 1 expressed my opinion
that it was not entirely suitable, and
that  I   could   suggest  a much   bette.-
one.    This was Sunbury, than wllich, .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I in  my  opinion,    no    better    location  plaining the reason for running three  mentous year on
I could found in Hritish Columbia.        , labor candidates. 1 tor's    repoit.      Many   bad   ������e^t
"Mr    law    of   San   Francisco    Who      There   were   seven   vacancies    and   ideas  on  tbe  subject, but it  urouseit
1 was then at' the head of affairs, was  as three fourths of the voters    were   public   interest   in   municipal   affairs
' favorablv impressed with my remarks,   labor men he did not think they were   He did not think the council had dealt
and  President  Moore, who is now  in , hoggish. I well   with   the   auditors   report.     He
One of the opening guns of the
campaign was fired last night at Sapperton where the labor men held a
meeting in Johnston ball. There were
many present, probably GO or 70, and
they all seemed to be in sympathy
with the labor cause.
An unexpected feature of the meeting was the presence of Mayor Lee,
who took advantage of the occasion
to make a few ioniums on some of
the  campaign  issues.
Alderman Bryson and J. C. Loree
weie  others,  not strictly  labor men,
 The only
labor candidates who did not spea:;
were W. T. L. House and Joseph
Darke, candidates for positions on
the school board.
Chairman's Remarks.
have some new blood. We stand for
free schools, fiee text books and compulsory education. The first men U>
introduce any free text bool.s were?
working men."
Mere  Playgrounds.
He thought that it would be a good
Idea to have enlarged and improved
playgrounds. He favored more systematic medical examination, lie favored two of the planks of T. J.
Trapp's platform; one the segregation
of Orientals and whites in the schools
and the other the establishment ol
more and smaller schools. The finish
of bis speech was marked with a
salvo of applause.
Alderman Bryson next addressed
tlie meeting, explaining that thi*
council needed men who would do as
Chairman Christie in a few words
explained  the  object  of  the meeting.: the labor candidates promised,
i He was sure everyone present was in j Often  "Sat On."
favor   of  the   labor   candidates,
did  not take up any-more time
! called  upon  %  Jackman,  _ ne of
j aldermanic candidates.
"Not  Hoggish".
Mr.  Jackman  started  right  in
He |    John Campbell was the next speak-
but
the
er.    He said it was no new experience
for labor men to be sat on.    He tooW
. up T. J. Trapp's  platform.    The first
I clause he  approved of  unequivocally.
ex- j He thought that 1H10 had been a mo-
account of the audi
other,   it    should
be   handled  by
city
th3
has
. all hough  I  have served  the
city In other capacities   during    the I jj~j: men procurable, and the
ol my residence here, aud that : a ,.ic!lt to expect ���f Us employees that
is a long time,   l question if there is|��hey be ****************7.-.
er  man   here   who   bas   " '   '
natur-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ been ���
* long a citizen of Xew Westminster as
I. ii i cared to rehearse ancient history, I could a tale untold in this connection, but this Is neither the thus
di r the place for such a tale.
Busy Man Knows Mcst. ,
As I said. 1 bave never had aspiia-   men|��� ran ������,, will be ruI1 ^g^ t>con
tlons to till the position which I now (lM,i(.nnv   ;in,|  i think ^^^mm
. and thli ill  spile of the number    f���, ,.itU'.n   wlj]  M :uimit.
requests (ftitch have been made Rcad  |mprovements.
to me, year after year, to do so.   My     ���T)ie lmprovemon( IlIld maintenance
in first  class condition of the stieets
thoroughly efficient
^^^^^^B      Economy.
"The question of economy is
ally to be considered in conjunction
with the foregoing, and it is my opinion that as a young city we require
to get full value for every cent of our
Many   of   cur   ch ic   de| a t
Stands Alone.
"One other matter 1 notice in the
Columbian the statement. 'Mr. T. J.
Trapp is alone.' Well, 1 bave many
times heen alone, but I am not in tlie
present instance, except iu tlie respect that 1 have no axe to grind. I
have never had any axe to grind, InjmyBell
charge, has also been of my opinion I    "1 think the old council has rather I did
i-..-.���,..j  .1.. ���,;.���_������ �����,_���.   o���/t | crnna  off  on  vacations and   voted  for
all
the course of iny connection wi'h!���j'ven   c.art,,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     _   not  think  aldermen  should  have
practically from the first. I side-tracked the auditor's report, and i gone 	
Careful  Investigation. it is up to the new council to take it ' adjournments  of   the   leading  of  thp
"It was  necessary, however, to in- i up."    Some things in it may    be   ir-1 report, etc.    He  thought  Uie council
vestlgate and weigh carefully the va-   relevant   but   he   thought ��it   w.s   a'should have done something witli the
rious   places   put   forward,   and   it   is   good thing and was one of the causes   report
only now that a committee composed   of  the  appearance  of  the labor can-  he sai
of   several   Vancouver   directors   and   didates.    It  was  shown that  rebates! tem was becoming an epidemic in tbe
had     eventually     been
On the question of sing'e tax.
he said that the adoption of that s>t��-
who
or another.
public affairs of one kind
and 1 defy anyone to say that  1 have.
"But  I wish to say that 1 am alone
ln the sense tbat 1 have not nominal-
-'ed  an  aldermanic ticket  of  my  sup-
thought- , porters.
The idea has never occurred
Mr.   Moore
N'ew   York,
wired
where
We are out in support of the single tax system, and we are net forgetting the initiative and referendum.
1 am an honest believer in the Tigris
Invariable answer to this has always
been that  I have had my hands lull,
and so i still have, bul with the modern   systems  or  covering   the   ground
now  in  vogue,  ii   is  marvellous the
amount   of  work  a   man   can   accom
pllsh  In a day, and In any rase it is
'    the  busy  man  we look  whin     we
anl  something done, not  to the man
o   'Iocs   nothing,    and     experience
ea to prove that this is tbe counsel
wisdom.
Vet  In  spito of the fact  that  I  rc-
itni/e this, my  position tonight  has
NO EVIDENCE TO SHOW
C0S1NS WAS POISONED
roads
urn ;
and  avenues   and  of  all   main
running into the i iiy is the next item
on the list, and I think you will agree
with me that  at  the    present
some of the main avenues ha\
badly neglected, for Instance, the Lulul
Island roads.    I am told that  (he city l
drawn   from   l.ulu   Island   Some-
[Continued on 1'age Five.)
WILL WORK   FOR
FACTORY   GIRLS.
and
has
thing like $20,000 In taxes, and today
if you 'attempt lo travel on thes,'
roads, you take a Chance of snking
in the mud and disappearing altogether, iLaughter.) Some Improvements have been promised, but not
executed, and considering that a large
city's prosperity depends
iry   Returns  Verdict  of   Death   from
Natural Causes at Inquest on
Man  Found  on Bridge.
The  man   Who   died   Bt   the   Koyal
lumbian   hospital  early   yesterday
i irnlng was Identified iis Albert_Cos-
ii . a man who ha
Id |0b8 around the country
ad  no regular employment
jury
j part of tl ul 	
j on the Lulu Island farmer, this is
' plainly one of the llrst things to be
attended to in the coming session.]
I These remarks might also be applied
to the Uurnaby road, which is also
| In a very bad condition.
"In   the  matter  of   streets,   It   has
j heen proposed  to pave  some  of the
I uptown thoroughfares, notably Second
and Third, but In my opinion this is1
a   very   expensive    proposition,    nnd
while 1 must admit that It ls a very
roadway, yet I  think    tbat
costly  method    might    be
wliich   would   give   as much
Los Angeles, Jan. 5.���Aiming to do
.   for   the   tactory   girls  of   .xew   York
been] What    Harriet    Beecher    Stowe    did
' for slaves  b>   Lor  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin," Miss Pauline  Wilson  Worth to
day announced ner intentions of going
to Xew  York un January 23 to work
and live as a factory girl in order to
secure material for a navel that will
depict  tbeir  conditions.
Miss Woith hopes to secure "color"
for a powerful book. . She is a magazine writer.
IMMENSE IRONWORKS.
had been  allowed to    the    higher-up  city,
blanche,   finally   decided '; class and the labor candidates would
on  Sunbury.  and  on Tieing  informed ' see that such things were stopped,
of this conclusion to the deliberations Approves  Single  Tax   System.
confirmation   from      Mr. Jackman approved of the s:ngle
He thought that would   of recall."    Ile did not object to any
j some lime past. ��� cmim   uo   n.t:   city   quicker  than  any-   of   the   planks   In   T.  J.   Trapp's   [lai-
President  Coming  West. i thing else. form,  but  thought   the  "car  line ex-
Favors   Free   Scavenger. I tension" plank might he elaborated to
He introduced a new idea in sug-; include the improvement of the pre-
a:gesting a free scavenger for the resi-', sent city lines. Mr. Campbell's speech-
 H       j dents.   He favored the enforcement of  w-as well received, and before the ap-
"Acting on this confirmation, 1 have present health bylaws, ani the pass-
turned over to the corporation some ! ing of new ones with the particular
300 acres, on which their works will j object of dealing with sanitary con-
be   located,   and  the   balance   of the  ditions in Chinatown.
which is to be subdivided i E. W. Cook.
E.  W.  Cook,    labor    candidate for
school trustee, was the next speaker |
^	
fashion,   disclaiming
make a speech.
He asked for the support of all the
"Mr. Moore is now en route to the
coast  with  a  fat  wallet,  having  disposed  of  something  like  two
half millions of debentures.
2000 acres, which is to be sunaiviaeu i
at a futuie date, will be handled by aj
syndicate composed of the Vancouver
directors and some others.
Work   to  Commence  at  Once.
"Immediately on Mr. Moore's return
to the coast, which is expected to be
plause had died down. Mayor Lee was
asked to Bpeak.
Enter  John  A.  Lee.
Mayor Lee  came to listen,  but he?
would say a few words.    He thought
he had done the best he could do irr
mooi irusiee, wus m�� u<5j��<. d(.v�����.. . the interests of the city. He endorsed
id he started off in the usual modest i Mr. Campbll's statements.    He claim-
' ed that the plank concerning the sen
ilis   inability   to
1 efficient
some  less
been working at
jut who
ovolvcn    	
satisfaction, and 1 would certainly ad
locate that before taking any steps in
the matter a thorough investigation
nto the entire question le made,
to ascertaining the best
Report That Huge Plant May Be
Erected at Welland, Ont.
Welland, Ont., Jan. 5���Options have
been obtained upon about fifteen hundred acres of land between here and
Uunnville presumably for a site for
an immense iron works to be established by a llfty-niilliou-dollar syndicate now being organized. Expert appraisers have been at work valuing
the Ontario Iron Works here and it U
said that this company will be merged
with the new syndicate.
 i .
OEOHGE ADAMS QUE AS
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE
ease o
Cosins  last   night.    He   said  aiso  ,���������, t.ndencv
I   death   might   have   been   caused   stimulating   totMMW
other causes such as a kidney dis- handBome
r by  plcrotoxine, a I olson the  blocks   .ami
to    build
residence    and    business
works   no   hardship  <m
wi,o prefer to build onfrj*^
ler places.   I
Former   Alderman   Willing   to   Again
Sit  in  Council  Chamber���
Policy One of Progress.
very shortly, he will go over the plan electors, and dd not touch on his plat-
and decide how the works shall be! form at all, leaving the field to the
laid out, and work will commence. aldermanic candidates,
right away. Without heing optimis-1 Chairman Christie then called on
tic. I believe that within five years, | Q. McGill, the Sapperton candi late,
these works, and the industries which | who peeled off his coat and stepped to
will   locate   near   them,   will   employ   the front. *********^^^^^^^^^^
close on ten thousand   men,    which,'
with tlieir families, will form the nucleus of quite a city.
"The  company    will    then    be in
Quentin's Policies.
He appreciated the unexpected honor of being allowed to speak.   If elected  he would not consider himself a
shape  to exploit  its  enormous  hold- representative of Sapperton only, but
inRs on Graham and Texa la islands ,J   ���-*fc*.i��i. ..ttontir.n to
of coal and iron ore deposits, they
will manufacture coke for their Iron-
dale establishment, and they intend to
develop nlso the subsidiary industries
of gas and electricity for light an.l
power purposes."
VOLUNTEER GOOD WISHES
FOR SUCCESS OF T.J. TRAPP
Candidate for Mayoralty Pleased With
Expression of Goodwill  on
the Part of Friends.
II.
"I'm coming out as an independent
candidate���not tied to anybody's coat
tails or bound to anybody's pet policy," announced George Adams yesterday evening, when a News man
put the question to h!m lor the
'steenth time since election rumors
a ,u,   ...~... ��� , begun flying around some weeks ago.
englnee.-,  larger figure than would otherwise bei     Mr, Adams has always had a strong
" "*"*    ,llm>    ,t;   hankering  to get back Into  harness.
effects of which were somewhat Blml- those -�� 'j,;'^,,   lt ,8 a benefit to
lar to strychnine '���"  ,n���^**r���:������   ***************      ******************
Th
ing
lie   1
bad 	
The man wns identified by
Further proof, if such were needed,
of the favor with which the candida-
he would pay particular attention to
Sapperton questions. He favored a
new school and a good one, and would
work for that. Single tax he also favored, as he believed that was what
had built up Vancouver. On local option and moral reform, he had a few-
words to say. He was an advocate
of local option, but would not vote
for it in the city alone. ��
Mr. McGill secured a liberal measure of applause at the conclusion of
his speech.
R, A. Stoney Ready.
R. A. Stoney came prepare!, and
said so. "We're here to ask you for
your support for the labor candidates
for both aldermen and trustees." He
gave a short epitome of the history
of the labor agitation, culminating in
������-     He in-
regation of Orientals and whites was
(Continued on Pace Five.)
CHILLIWACK LINE IS
PAYING FIVE PER CENT
London Directors of B. C E. R. Agi
ably Surprised at Profits on
Fraser Valley Line.
The British Columbia Electric Railway   Company   is not  standing  still.
This  was  made  manifest  at the recently  held ordinary meeting of thei
company at the Liverpool  Street ho- ���
tei, London, England, at which R. lil.
Home-Payne presided.    The directors ���
recommended a dividend on the pret-
ferred ordinary  stock at the rate of
8   per  cent,   per  annum   for  the  six
months   which   ended   June   30   last,
transferring   .C37,8-10  to  the  reserve
fund.
Mr. Home-Payne,   in   moving the
adoption of the report, said that once
again the directors had the good for-
 '   *-* the
IVc'ifS nttCawoToT'criVlc.sm.|tune"to^he'able  to  present  to the
KSu,    \��l tbe labor men had  shareholders accounts of sa,isfac����y
He did not think
received    due   cons
hands of the city  council.
lderatlon    at the I progress and  expansion of buslness*.
He was  and  of  good  future  propects.      TDw
c ,.i,**,   ,.....  .,	
ture of T. J. Trapp for the mayoralty j afraid  to
is received in many quarters, *   ���' ~' "
."���"'LpVt'v  *���** he means t�� win out In the coin
for a rise In values, which is iiudis-
| putahly unearned Increnunt and quite
" ������    ......in wiwi Imnrove their
touch! Ktaw'to hol^iBlmpri^ Jf��jgg j tag ���nteat-   He ls convlncert ,,iat h?
lite' 	
While he was dylngl unfair  to  People  who  improve tnelt;|^fcvwal aldermanic terms to his
part of it had
^     ee
Blackie block committee rooms, when I day.   He
thusiasm   which   took   place
'state  all  his platform,  aa! year under review had been essential-
state  an              .    ..    ..        ^ ^ of expansion and ��~"~
  they
,     ���.      ������   , '      ""      "'.".':-     I"""        ***Z*-**-7.---:--'mmm*.mA       .
In   the  ployees, and a holiday   on
hen | day.   He claim  J '
and   Labor Council
greater   u��
humanity;    eight
1    all    IH8   unuuiiui    **,*   jeal   uiivi^.   >**..~ -  -* ,.
, i   ���..i ���r ir una been crabbed.   He fa   ly a period ot expansion and conttaw-
.. - -   -        -   - wa�� af-  ^'1,��!," eight hour day for civic em-' ous reorganization,    but    they    ��i^
forded yesterday by the wenes of en-, vored_the_elghMw�� w ^   elecUon | _eemcd t0 ,,avc cached a r��rfod ot
numbers of ardent    supporters    """ i """r" to~the   Rieatei-  number,
well-wishers thronged the rooms con-1 good to  me   m��j^       ^^
has a good chance, else he would not
announce himself as a can lidate.   He
!iJWU�� tiie 'de-as^some; possible; and attbj..ame
live years ago in Manitoba, and had | checks speculatlve^uying
heen' more  or  less closely   In  touch
with him for lhe last two months.
llis mother lives at 42 Luclen road
London, S. W.   While he was dying i oniwrw p^..  v- ������ ��� -     ,|fy; �������'���� ^ for: 8ome years chair,
he asked one of the muses to Write holdlM��   ana   n j, of, -f   , ,     committee,
to her.   He also asked them to Phone    hemse   es^ for places ��� While openly supporting T. J. Trap,,
true tluf'cRourage Railways. ! for raayor, Mr. Adams wlll not come
"Next comes my  belief in the en-  out on a Trapp ticket;  there lent a
couragement of all railroad underbill-( Tn,pp tlcket
gratulating Mr. Trapp on his action, | stand   for
and offering active support with lav
'8 M?UT?app was on hand most of the I pTatis'e.)" He explained
forenoS   receiving   callers,   and   ^between org^xed   anj
genial manner became more so a. he. labor hud ^ W��JJ stood together
realized  vlth pleasure the fact that,; time, anV I!.: "..���.,.i,
c Urned that the Trades and' more gradual development-u perka
stood for the greatest  of  settling down  to steady    regutai^
"We I conditions of  prosperous commercial
Jiour_ I life in the cities and district? wliW*
served.   From the share
/-'sleep,  eight  hoars   work  nnd  elstbt j fte company served.   From uie an:ir����
hours  to  do as  we  please."       (Ap-j holders' point of view, nothing coulif
.��lnlause.)    He explained that the line| be more satisfactory than the deveV
unorganized
to Harvey Nicholls and compnny, but
he did not leave any address.
A policeman told of the finding of 	
the man, and hls being taken to tho co^i��a����-..y- ��� -^     ,        ��� Ule
Royal  Columbian  hospital,  und   M ss   ngs entering �� SgJ",^ , W0���U,
Olive Thompson, one of the nurses
who attended him, gave evidence as
to the condition In which the man
was when he reached the hospital.
The reason thnt he was not asked
more questions with a view of (luding something about him, wns that
the moment he was spoken to or
touched, he fell Into violent, convulsions.
The body will be held at Murchie s
here until some definite arrangements
nre made for its disposal.
City, and In this .
say that the time has gone past when
we must pay heavily for the privilege
of having a railroad pass through our
city. With Vancouver so near Li us,
these lines must and will go through,
hy hook or by crook, but at the same
time, we want more than this. We
t  these  railroads to make West-
Mused' on'uie election question.   "We think
we can only ue represented by
MANITOBA WILL SPEND
$3,000,000 ON BUILDINGS.
Winnipeg, Jan. 5.���Samuel Hooper,
provincial architect, ls nrennring
plans for new government buildings
to cost over $3,000,000 according to
estimntes. These proposed buildings,
include new legislative buildings, n
. new agricultural college, and a new
asylum at Brandon to replace the oho
 J     t...     Itmm    .Ulll     n     ,11, 111 til     aBO.
well known as he Is, and po
of a host of friends, the number of i that
people who had at once come forward i men of our own class
to   tender   congratulations   exceeded ~
his expectations.
"The manner in which mv announcement has been received," said
Mr. Trapp, "ls. to say the least of it,
flattering In the extreme Coming
down the street this morning, almost
every one I met shook hands with me
and wished me the hest of luck, and
Ol    UUI     Umi    a..v.mm.
Open School Board Meetings.
Referring to scliool subjects he s-ihl
he stood unreservedly for open meetings of the school boards. He thougnt
it was a shame that the press were
opment which had taken plarte antl
was now taking place. It was true
that It had involved large capital expenditure, nnd would involve he hoped, large, although less rapid, capital
expenditure for some years to comei.
He would le very sorry to have Mis
money Invested In any enterprise In
a new country which dil not Jtatffy
contlnuous extension. These extensions were justified on piesent sound.
the expressions of opinion they made
were very gratifying.
"As   you   see."   he   continued,  "we
are having a btisv time, arranging and
Xte^hetr t^\t^%Cy I SBUBm3��M ^'7* \ c^m p totta* "thV details of ��* organ,-
nnd  for this reason uu *s. .^"'^^".vlum at Brandon to replace the oho1 zation,  nnd  ranking preliu
p^cTe7prpl,roVr'liect StSSSS bTfl^abou^a month ago.  paratlons for our campalg
excluded from the meetings.   In Na-' permanent "conditions, and  were not.
naimo, Vancouver  and  other  places,  entirely bused on the future.
the press representatives were admit- Chilliwack   Line  Pays.
ted.   lf tilings happened on the school      Take the new lino from New Wesr-
board w|ilch are not tit for thc mem-  minster to Chilliwack. a dfstinwr of
hers of the press to hear, what would | sixty-five miles, which the Premier -iT
the ladles do, for there were ladies ( British Columbia did the comnany tlte
running.
I have heen thinking thst, pe-haps,
honor of opening on October S la*,
said  Mr.  Horne-Payne.    Three year*
TretlnYlk.T nreUinary pe-Uhe sdioolboard is becoming forilt* ���	
S^rL^^Cto."       '    'ed.   If such is the case, we ought to) .(Continued on
Page Flv��4' ".sv>s,^v��>^,<k.,vm;^
PAGE TWO
THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY,  JANUARY  6,
1311
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
WANTED.
WANTED���SMART MAN FOR DELIVERY rig. Apply Royal City Dye
Works, Columbia street.
it
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
Russia lead;; world
in forest products
ACREAGE    IN    THE    VICINITY
NEW WESTMINSTER.
WANTED ��� CHOCOLATE DIPPER,
also candy clerk. Address 10 Begbie stieet.
WANTED���GROCERY    CLERK,   AT
once.   Apply C. B. Deans.	
WANTKD���BY YOUNG LADY, GEN-
eral housework. Apply box 1, Daily
News ofiice. 	
WANTKD���TO   BUY   AGREEMENTS
of sale; also property close in; only
owners need communicate with
P. O. Box 5, this office; all cash
transaction. ^____
OF VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily excepi Tuesday
FORTY   ACRES   good   land   near  the    1;���� l>' "   ""^
site of the big elevators soon to be T0 SEATTLE.
established on the Fraser river, we!10'-00 a< m   Dally
can deliver this for a few days   at 111:30 p. m   Daily
SS.    Iroquois   Sunday   nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
United
and
States    Holds    Second    Place
Canada   Third���No   Country
Independent of  Others
$200 per acre on easy terms. Investigate this as it is a moneymaker.
WANTKD���LOTS TO CLEAR.   COM-
munlcate with Box r>, this office.
WANTED���BY AN EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, work by the
day. Apply Miss McLean, 411 Tenth
street.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.	
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; first class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTKD���SMALL RANCH. Improved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, r.2 Hastings street east.	
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���ONE COOKING STOVE,
ene dining table and chairs; in use
two months.   Apply 410 Ash st. 	
_ EXCHANGE   FOR
a  new six  roomed
at  lln-1 Eighth ave.
FOR SALK OR
vacant property
cottage.   Apply
kit-
and
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over store.
consisting of two bedrooms.
chen, parlor, stable, woodshed
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. R., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particulars, appv to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
TWELVE   and   two-thirds     acres     in
Coquitlam near tlie growing town of
Port Moody, this will be good subdivision property very soon, as it is
the highest land in the district.
We have some good acreage in Burnaby adjoining the city limits at ver,
reasonable prices.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. ni Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. in Kvery Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m lan. 7, 21��� Feb. IS
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
ll: oo  p.  m	
HOMES ON EASY TERMS.
SEVEN roomed house and two sixty-
six foot lots, on Fourth avenue,
near Queens park; $4500; easy
terms.
7, 21.
LOGGING   CAMP
..Every Thursday
DOUBLE corner on Sixth street car
line; all in fruit trees, modern
bouse, seven rooms; $44no, small
cash payment, balance in installments every six months.
DOUBLE corner on Princess street,
two houses bringing in good revenue; $isn<) for the. property,, will
accept small cash payment and the
balance can be arranged as rent.
Jan. 10, 21:  Feb.
TO   HARDY   BAY
8.30 a. in	
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00  a.  m.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  W.  BROPIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
city.
tf.
WE have some excellent building lots
in the west end of the city on easy
terms; get hold of some property
before the big advance which is sure
to come.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate  Agents.
628   and   746   Columbia   st.
New   Westminster.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real   Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
66-FOOT lots in choice sub-division at
Port   Mann;   $450,  easy  terms.
TEN ACRES in southwest, one-qua.'-
ter, section 36, Township 2. Surrey;
$200 per acre:  terms.
COAL
New
Wellington
L
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Washington, Jan. 5.���Although tho
United States leads the woi Id with
bumper crops, millionaires, trusts,
records of athletes, miles of rail
roads, and many other things, besides having the "balance of trade"
in her favor, it musT nevertheless
take off its hat. to Russia, who claims
flrst place among the nations of the
earth in its forest products. The estimated area of the forests of l'nited
States is 545,000,000 acres. That of
Russia is 812^640,000 acres
wliich ranks next, has a forest area
of 1,249,000 square miles, of which
400,000 square miles is cove.ed
merchantable   timber.
Raphael Zon chief of silvics of the
department of agriculture, has com
pleted a comparative statement of the
forest, resources of the world. Mr.
Zon says:
"Under present conditions there is
I scarcely     a   civilised    country   which
economically   is  entirely   independent
of all other countries.    The life of all
nations   is   now    closely    interwoven
and  even  countries like the  United
States or  Russia which contain  with
I in their borders practically all natur-
al resources necessary to make them
.independent  in every respect, are constantly   Interchanging   their   products
with the rest  of the world."
It is impossible, he eays, to form a
'; clear  idea   of   the   possibilities   of   n
| country   and   its   future   development
'without   taking   into   account   the  na
' tural  resources  and  ihe  natural economic  conditions of   other   countries
with wbicli  it  does business.    Highly
i developed   moans   of   transportation I
the water supply, on agriculture and
the general health of the population.
For this reason only a few countries
with an insular climate, as Kngland
and Holland, may with impunity reduce their forest areas beyond a certain safety limit, ordinarily a country with a forest area of 20 per cent i world,
or less shows to a marked degree bad nually
climatic conditions, with prolonged
droughts and frosts and alternating
Hoods and low water.
Portugal  with  a  forest   area of  five
per cenl of her total land area, Spain
with  13 per cent, Greece with   13 peri
iem, Turkey  with 20 per cent. Italy
I with   M  per cent,  are examples   of
��� this,
j    In considering the forest resources
Iof the l'nited stales it  is necessary
' to take  into account   forest   resources
of other countries, in order to deter.
mine the extent  to which the United
States can depend in case of exhaustion   of  its  own   timber,   upon   other
countries  or  lo  determine   lhe   pait
! which  it  plays  and   will   play   in   BUp-
1 an:|dSil piying the demand of other countries
for forest products.
The forests of Europe occupy an
area of 750,000,000 acies, which is
ahout 31  per cent of the total aiv.i
of Kurope
is Finland, followed .by Bosnia, Herzegovina and Sweden. The leant
wooded are Portugal and Greal Britain. The proportion < I fprest decreases from the north and cast of
Europe towards ihe south and v. c.-t.
Russia. I inland, Sweden and Nor-
waj together possess 583,000,000
acres. The forests of oilier countries except in few localities, arc little explored, in Asia, the forests of
Russia, British, Irt'ia ; i <l Japan)
load, showing a total acreage of 3,-
,050,289,000. Estimates for the entire
worl i place the total toi < sl
al  live million acres.
The forests of the United states according to ownership are divided as
follows: National forests, 100,000,-
000 acres; Btate forests, 3,000,000
acres, and unreserved public forests
approximately  112.000,010 acn
with
i ible
agrt.
her
than
<h���
an-
aid
utely
feet of standing timber a yea
'an estimated growth of tweh-i
, feet an acre annually.
According   to   depart incut   ,
.culture home consumption o|  ���
��� in  the United  states is lai ������,. ���
| thai    of   any   other   country    |n
The l'nited Stales exp
aboul   2,600,000,000  feel   i i
measure  and  imports  approxlm
1,700,000,000 feet.
A review of limber trade gays Mr
Zon, shows a steady increase [j* W00(j
consumption   the  world  over       111(>
increase in exports from  Russia, .in.
land  and  Sweden   is  needed  in   ...,. |
ern Europe to make up a growli
licit there, and will not  I e a
of supply for the United State
the tendency is toward a greatei
culling   of   limber   by   the    expi
countries, which if continued will . ,L \
to a universal Bhortage, with no
plus   to   draw   from.       This   p|
gloomy  as  il   may  seem,  is  affsel   by
the birth of a new economic foi
a   movement   towards   the   Inti
tion of rational forest manageraeui
If such management is long deluyej
Ui the United states, it  is said  ���.���.
country  will face the problem ol
conversion   of   scrubby    wood] in |
productive forest, thereby adding ma
Tbe most wood d country > terlally to the cost of living.
"The s riuiion of the problem,"
Zon declan b, "for a good wood
ply, is to begin now to prepari
making a diminished forest area
ply au Increased population.
BRANDENBURG   IS    HELD
IN   TOMBS   FOR   TRi
ur,
for
FOR SALE-CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
FOR SALK���OX KASY TERMS, SIX
roomed hoase and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Hox 279, City.
FOR SALK OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, Xew
Westminster, B. C.
OWNERS, we can sell or rent your
properties if right. Send particulars;  satisfaction to all guaranteed.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real   Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
Gardiner & Ga'diner
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estlr
tates
of
Given   on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
While the government and Btate
make ii often more profitable to ob- j ownership of forests have Invariable
lain certain products from a coun-! proved advantageous, yet the pro-
try, which for some reason is besl portion of forest lands owned or con-
able to produce them, than to mana trolled by the suite canncl alv.-ays be
facture them at home, even though it j taken as a criterion on tDe state of
Is possible to do so. development of forestry in a couptry.
A country deprived of many natur-[ Tlie government  may   foi   historic  or
economic reasons have onlj a small
area of iis own, but still exercise a
greal Influence over the forests of
other owners. Thus Austria has only
10.7 per cenl of the total foresl area
under state ownership, Switzerland
1.6 per cent and France l 2 i er cenl,
in the United States fori sis form
less than 20 per cent of the entire
area. The area per inhabitant is
about   six  acres.
As the forests of the Unite I States
are cut for commerce, the stumpage
area Increases rapidly, The latest
and best eslImate of the slumpage of
the   l'nited   States   placi s   it   al
oon.nun,(Mio feel board measure  1 I ������
is a cut of about  23,000,' 00,' :ublc
New     York.    Jan.    5.���Broughlon
Brandenburg, the writer, who wu
rested In Hoboken last Sundaj
fugitive  from  just ico.  was commll    i
to the Tombs today to await ni.,; on
icreage  ;in indictment charging forgery In the
second degree.   He was unable I
nisli $2000 bail.
Brandenburg is accused of pa
a won bless che iue for $50 on     ;  ���������
tlshlng firm,
He failed to appear v. hen the
was  first  called  for trial,  writln
note of1 apt logy to the Justice      ii ���
was rearrested In Hoboken,
al resources may  still be prosperous
and   progressive   Mr.   Zon   sa>s.   because it  able to obtain all its needs
from other countries having a surplus
Off   products   which   it    lacks.       The
British Isles are a Btriklng example ol
this.       With     comparatively    limited
natural resources and high consump-
1 tion  of  timber, grain  and  ether  raw
material,   English   lias   highly   developed industries which enable her to
, exchange   her   finished   products   for
raw materials she needs. In a general
; way  this  holds  good  tor  forest   prod
ucts,  but   with  this difference;    For-
I tests net only produce timber but play
I an important part in the life of every
, nation by  exercising an influence on
LONDON
FACES
A    MILK
Jan.  'i.��� London
a  milk  famine.
FAMIN".
'
I
London,
ene I with
three cam e   for the Bcarcitj
according  to the manager of oi
the biggest dairy companies,
"The  flrsl   is  thai   the  high  ;
paid for meat  bave Induced ���;
mer   to   dispose  of  all   the  ��   " i
can,   and    there     is     con..,    ���.. i
scarity  of cows.
"The second is tbat  a good i
farmers' associations ha\e beei
ed with the avowed intention ol
ini; the price of milk, and. to a   ���
t dn extent. regulating i up) I ���
"Thirdly, the farmer  bas  hi en Induced   to  i id   himself  of  uii: ���
t ive ' attle, and bo curtailed mill
piles, be ausa "i the Increasing        I
cn.leased   milk   and   milk   powdi I
baking an I genei al i onfectloi
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RKNT���A FLAT.     APPLY  MRS.
II. Nelson, (U7 Fifth avenue.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
ROOM TO RKNT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 Sth St.
LOST.
LOST���WALTHAM WATCH, AT
no:n, tte 3rd, between Second
stieet aad Tl ird avenue, First and
Royal avenue. Finder return to
this office and receive reward.
LOST���TUESDAY MORXIXG, GOLD
locket containing two photos, between Windsor hotel and Dominion
Trust block. Finder kindly return
to Daily News and obtain reward.
IF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
ftooin 6.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 133
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday ot February, May, August
and November, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOUND.
FOUND���A BUNCH OF KEYS OX
ring, near Pine street. Finder can
have Bame by proving property and
paying for advertisement. Daily
News office.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN OX IMPROVED
business and central residential
property. The People's Trust Co.,
Ltd., Loan  Department.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng-
tind, New Yoik, ch'ta. o and 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,
aud Interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present  rate).
Total Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527 Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 550.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARK1H-
ters and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
U. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. lt 128. Room,
Trapp block.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vancouver and Agassiz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 37).
17:05���From  Vancouver.     (N'o. 96).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission. '
22:.r>0���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Ni-
1 ccla and Winnipeg.
ll:ii(i���To Vancouver.    (Xo. 97).
16:56���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   96).
17:60���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
6TENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. ISROTKN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.: circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
II. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      Xew Westminster.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot Montreal.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W, II. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secre-
tar.
COAL!
���i   RING UP 56  m
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
January Stock Reducing Sale
Bargains   in   Men s Wear
$13.00 House Coats $9.00
10.00     "       "      6.65
9.00     "       "      6.00
6.00     "       ."     4.00
$17.50 Bath Robes $11.70
10.00 " " 6.65
12.00   "       "        8.00
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnectlng, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
25 per cent, off all other lines, Men's and Boys' Suits
Overcoats, Shirts Hats, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves
ETC.
See  Our Window Displays for Bargains.
Reid (k? C ompany
The Store of Satisfaction   -  601, Columhla St. FRIDAY,  JANUARY   6,   1911
THE DA'.'r  I E WS.
PAGE THRBE.
fllfll; VERY BRIGHT
R B AIL Of CANADA
COMMENCE TONIGHT
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Promising Prospects
V   st, in Financial Report
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WE ALWAYS HAVE
SUCH A JOLLY TIME
when we call on Mrs. Jones, she has one of those delightful Gram-o-phones
and some beautiful records by Caruso and Melba, and some of the funniest
ones by Harry Lauder. They are just the most natural and perfect things
you ever heard.    Really its better than going to a matinee.
Your guests will always have a jolly time if you entertain them with a
VICTOR or BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE
the sound reproducing instrument brought to its highest pitch of perfection.
The nearest VICTOR-BERLINER Dealer will gladly play your favorite
selections for vou.
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HERE ARE SOME OE THE LATEST ONES.
5787���"That Fussy Rag"    Peerless Otiartet Red Skai. Records
">inch 7SC 88246���" Gioconda " Cielo e Mar"   Enrico
31792���" Love Divine "   Marsh-Mccdonough                          12 inch $3.00 [Caruso
l.* inch $1.2s 64138���"Annie Laurie" MeCormaek
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Macdonough 60023���"What good is water when   you're
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Double sided Victor Records are 90c. for the two, only J5c. each.
Samples hy mail on receipt of price and 10c. for postage.
bind  out  to-day, what   tbis wonderful   entertainer  means  to   you,   and
"BE Sl RE TO HEAR THE VICTROLAS"
Berliner Gram-o-phone Company
Limited.
nto, Jan. 5.���In its annual fl.
I ������ re] "it, the Globe will saj to
morrow: "Al the opening of 1911, a
ilisiinci contrast between commerce
in Canada and in the Unite 1 State .
.resented. A perceptible trade depression exists across the line, bul In
this country there Is e jubilant note.
Politics have nol upEel bus:h ss In
Canada and i ho wealth of the countrj
wns Increased materially through it.,
harvest, which, taking the country as
a whole, was extraordinarilj large;
through its successful borrowing
abroad   which amounted  to $180,000,-
1  and through the large amounl of
capital Introduced by new population
and by direel Investment, The In-
1 reased yield ol agi i mltural produ 11
in other parts df Canada amply compensated for ihe decline In the western grain crop."
The report also states thai "The
presem agricultural situation is of the
best, in the west, there lias been
pre] ared for (Top 3,527,1 00 1 cres ol
land, compared with 2,170,000 acres a
year ago. Saskatchewan and Uberta
farmers havo completed two-thirds of
their fall plowing. '
The winter wheat in Alherta was
never so promising, and the acreage
under crop there is 107,000, compared
with '.is,nun in 1909. For the harvest-
inu of the western crop this year,
99,000 self-binders were required an.l
27,000,000 pounds of hinder twine was
Used. ���
The reporl that the country's gov- \ X
ernment corporation and municipal)*
borrowings amounted to $215,338,000, {
as compared with $240,000,100 In 1909. 4
The reporl states that the total im-1 ���
migration   for  the  year  was   In   the'J
neighborhood   of   325,     and   while ���
fully half cf this was for the west, J
there are still 200,000 homesteads
open for the farmer and new districts will be available for further settlement by 1600 miles of new rallwaj
in   1911,
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Wishing Our Patrons
the Compliments
of the Season
WILL   CONVERT   HOTEL
TO   AMUSEMENT   PLACE
Chamberlin
THE
JEWELER
MONTREAL.
Remember the Victor, when thinking of
Xmas  Gifts.
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Centralia, .Ian 5.���The Washington!
hotel, of Chehalis, "tie of th.e I ��� I
known hostelries in southwestern
Washlngt in, and known by drummers
from thp Puget Sound to the Columbia river, is being converted into a
vaudeville house and moving picture
���I eatre. That is to say. the gro tnd
floor will be 1 ii I oul as an entertain-
menl house by the owner. J. D. Rice.
Mr. Rice has secure I a costly moving pic,ure outfit aiul is making arrangements wiili a well-known vaudeville circuit to secure a nightly attraction. The upper part of the house
will  he rented out  as before.
This  settles the  problem cf  what
was   known  as  the  famous  "Hoodoo
hotel."    Por some reason it has failed to make its mark as a hotel, al-
Ithough it possesses every apparent requisite   for   the   purpose.      Centrally
j situate!    in   Chehalis    on tlie    main
street, within easy access to the depot, and in every other ap] arent man-
liter favorable for resident and transient trade, the Washington has proved   a   tempting   opening   for   various
! hoiolmen     of     ri|e    experience,   but
somehow,   none   of   them   have   ever
been able to make it "go."
ELOP^ IN AN AUTO.
BUT FOILED AT ALTAR
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
SPECIALS
Taste Test
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Try Mooney Biscuits with any others. Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best. Mooney Biscuits have
the largest sale ta Canada. Their incomparable flavor alone would
command it. Their appetising orispoess and inviting dehc.ousness is
simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes-its 640 windows-its 3 miles of floor space, we create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney's Perfection
Spokane. Jan. a���Emulating the
; bold knights of olden times, fighting
liis way through well organized opposition and emerging triumphant with
his sweetiieart In his arms, Sherman!
Snider, a chauffeur in the employ of
the Maxwell garage, this morning
wrought havoc in the househoU af
Mrs. W. H. Kimm.
One In possession of his prize, he
loaded her Into a waiting automobile
and sped away. Miss Clara Davis is
the object of the affection and when
she entered the automobile was attired in her 'morning clothes and
wore a brilliant colored kimona with
the kimona flying in the wind in the
race  for the altar began.
Snlder's hopes were dashed to the
earth shortly after one o'clock when
with his etianioreta he appeared at
the courthouse to find Detectives Hogan and Hueholz waiting for him with
a warrant charging abduction. He
was placed under arrest and taken to
police headquarters.
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415 Columbia St.
Phone 386
GOVERNMENT'S  CASH
BALANCE    $37,000,000
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favor throughout the entire Dominion.    You will understand why when
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in damp-proof wax paper lined packages. ^^Sft'i!
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TSoNE^IBCUIT A CANDY CO., LTD., STRATFORD, ONT., AND WINNIPEG, MAN.
Washington, Jan. 5. ��� Statistics
showing tlie condition of the l'nited
States treasury in December, which
I were not avallahle until today because of the holidays, show that the
month closed with the working balance at. $37,000,000, the highest point i
tlie government's ready cash has j
touched since early in July.     _ |
The general fund closed at $87,000,-1
000. , .���   I
December showed a surplus of $2,
700,000 In all accounts In suite of the
fact   that   more  than  $3,000,000   was
naid for Panama canal    construction, j
With receipts of $57,600,000 and dis-1
bursements of  $r.2,500,000, the ordinary  surplus 'shows  at   about  $6,000.-
000.    It brought the ordinary deficit
for the fiscal  year down to   $3,800,-
000.
In December, eighteen new national
bunks began business with un aggregate capital of $1,615,000. The total
number of national banks now is 7.-
.31. with standing circulation of
$693,000,000.
The mints, within the month, coined $15,000,000, of which $13,000,000
was gold.
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Navel Oranges, per doz. 25c. 35c. 50c.
Jap Oranges, fine quality, per box 50c.
Good Apple',   per box $1.00 to $1.50
FRESH CELERY AND SWEET POTATOES.
Egg-0    Baking   Powder,   the   kind   that   pleases,
per one pound tin, 25c.
Rolled Oats, per sack 25c.
Purity Flour, the best, per sack $1.80
Corn Starch, two packets for 15c.
FINNAN HADDIE  AND  EASTERN  BLOATERS
We would like a trial order.   Our aim is to please
you and give you full satisfaction.
C. B. DEANS
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PAOB FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS. *
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The Daily News
Viiblishod by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at tbeir offices,
vi)ni.r    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing Director
FRIDAY,  JANUARY   6,  1911
A  POLICY OF  INACTION.
Thr municipal campaign is now in
full swine; The advent of so sturdy
-a contestant and so highly esteemed a
<:i��izon as Mr. T. J. Trapp into the
arena, has given an interest to the
contest wliich has compelled every
*itizon worth.his salt, to consider his
position ami decide to which candidate hc will give his support. Mr.
Trapp's appearance in the fleld has
infused life and action into the election, and has raised this event from
;i circumstance of small concern to
one of immense import to the city of
New Westminster at large.
Now that the duel has commenced
in real earnest, we may express the
hoi*?, having regard lo tho not very
creditable tactics which were adopted
by Mayor Lee at the last election,
that cn the present occasion he will
F-oniluct liis campaign in a fairer and
mme courteous manner, It is to be
regretted that at the very commencement baseless suggestions should
h;i\e been published in regard to Mr.
Trapp's position, and statements made
that there would be a Trapp alder-
manic ticket, and so forth. Now,
however, that tbis statement has been
publicly contradicted by lhe progressive candidate anil his asservation
published that he stunds entirely
iilono, it is to be hoped that no more
of such inuendoes will be published.
As we said yesterday, Uie ratepayers will do well to consider what
."May6r Lee has done during the year
or office to justify his return to the
mayoral chair for another term. We
assort unhesitatingly that his policy
has been one of absolute inaction so
$"nr as progress is concerned, that his
���vreUitable achievements have been ac-
fually nil. What he has done has
been such as to seriously injure the
��� ity's reputation and retard her progress. In the words of a well known
citizen, containe.l in an interview
published in yesterday's News, there
is not one single piece of business for
Ahe good of the city which has been
conceived and executed during tlie
past, twelve months. We challenge
Ida worship to show that it is other-
-iv ise.
.Except   the   Columbia   street    improvement in    the    business section,
which was under way before he came
into office, not one of the reforms an I
improvements    wliich    were   decided
upon by tbe council of 1D00, and for
tiie c ccuiicn of which the necessary
mom.    bylaws   were   passed   in   lhe
summer of  Uiet year,  have been s.i
much   as   a tern; ted.     It   wil   be   re
mem ered ii at as the result of strong
representr.ti -ns made   from   time   to
time by  grand  juries  and  others,  it
was resolved to erect a new city gaol
-and   court   house,   with   more   ample
accommodation  for prisoners.    There
is a most pressing need for this establishment,    the    present    arrangements being disgracefully inadequate
Tor   the   requirements   of  a  growing
��2ty like New Westminster.    Yet not
one step has been taken towards its
^construction.   Another very necessary
improvement decided  upon and sanctioned   nearly   eighteen   months   ago
-was the institution of an incinerator
for the  proper disposal  and  destruction of the city's refuse.    Hut  when
:this matter  came  before the council
.Saul rjurng, it was decided not to pro-
ceM with the Improvement, a course
with which  the mayor expressed  bia
����ncurrtnce.       Sundry      suggestions
were made for dealing with the refuse to obviate the necessity for pro
vidlng a proper destructor,  but as u
matter of fact, the system, or lack ot
-.system,   which  prevailed  In  100'.)  exists at the present day.    Tl^ere is in- j
deed no proper system for clearing up i
and disposing   of    tlie    garbage and
waste, with the result that one may !
see reeking  muck  heaps, that are a j
menace to the public health, scattered i
I
about in all parts of the city.    Numerous street improvements, including j
Jthe eastern  end  of  Columbia street,',
City of New Westminster, Municipal Election, 1911.
VOTE FOR
FOR MAYOR
On the following Platform:
1. Progress by honest and clean handed
civic administration.
2. Economy in all departments of our
municipal government.
3. Improvement and maintenance in first-
class condition of the streets and avenues, and
of all main roads running into the city.
4. The adoption of the single tax system.
5. Encouragement to all railway undertakings entering or passing through the city.
6. The establishnent of new and useful
industries, and employment of white labor only.
7. Extension and improvement of car line
system, including the Fraser Mills and Lulu
Island extensions, a new city system and the
cut-off on the interurban line.
8. Segregation of Oriental and white
children in our schools.
9. Eight-hour workday for all civic
employees.
1$L   Deepening of the Fraser River.
FRIDAY,  JANUARY   6,  19^
59-PMONES--691
We are reducing our stock of
Heating Stoves
See our line and get prices before
buying.
"I", J, Trapp & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
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INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
"iii, 6:20, G:50, 7:20, 8
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver:   E
and everv half hour thereafter until 11 p. in.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver  at  0,   7,  S  and  every   half
hour until  11 p. m.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars  leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. m., and 11:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
City.
20-mlnute senice from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   ni.
sen Ice  ftom   S  a.  m.   iniiii   1.1:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from C: 10 n. m. until   11:?)  p.  m.
service  fiom  8:10 a. m.  until   11:30p. m.
-ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNEWESTMINS1ER    BHMJC  '..
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver nt 7K and every houi   ' 1
slier up to 11 p. in., connecting ;it Eburne Junction for steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains loavo New Westminster fer Vancouver at S a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11  11. in.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New  Westminster  I:  16 p   m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 0 a. m. and 6 p, m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Sunday���20-minutes
SjdJjj ��� 2' min :'fe
Mr. Trapp will hold Public meetings as follows, to which
the electors of all shades of opinion are invited :
Tonight, Friday, at 8 p.m.
Johnston's Hall, Sapperton.
Wednesday, Jan. 11, at 8 p.m.
GRAND RAfllt AT THE OPERA HOUSE, NEW WESTMINSTER
DELTA
For  Acreage,   Large and
Small, Priced Right
SEE
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia St.
W. R. GILLEY
'Phone 122
G. E. GILLEY
'Phone 291
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���were also authorized, but practically
no progress has been made with
works.
Hampton's Magazine points out the
-superior efficiency of Canada's antitrust law as compared with those of
,v*t_ United States. The Canadian law
provides for a pror.pt investigation,
nnd its chief remedial provisions are
the removal of the tariff and the cancelling of patients. v   ,
*����� I Committee Rooms, Blackie Block (over Bank of Toronto)
All supporters of Mr. T. J. Trapp are invited
ft> meet every evening at 8 p.m.
Ralph Churton, Secretary
..���,;t���V���th.. ml * w
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
Office and Bunkers, 902 Columbia St.
We take this opportunity of thanking all our
customers for their patronage during the last year,
and trust they will favor us with a continuance of
same.
We are still handling the amous Wellington and Comox, house
and steam coal, and Cumberland Forge coal, and the celebrated
Portland cement, Vancouver brand, Hosebank lime, Tacoma plaster,
also an improved plaster already mixed with sand, ready for use.
We have a good supply of Vitrified pipe, crushed rock, gravel,
sand, etc.
We have Increased and Improved our plant during the past year,
and expect to be in a position this year to supply everyone at rock-
bottom prices. FRIDAY,  JANUARY  6,   1911
P'E OAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
^SPORTS^
ROVERS DROP OUT
Of DISTRICT LEAGUE
Local Football Team Break:
Away From Professional
ism--Others Stay in.
'Tl.e Rovers are po luugor members
<of the Vancouver District league. At
a meeting held in Vancmtver Msi
night, the delegates from New Westminster stated thut they had had
-enough of the league and league
methods, mid announced their Intention of applying for affiliation with the
B. C. a. a. u.
Lust night the delegates from the
Shamrocks, the Celtics, Hibernians
and Rovers favored applying for affi
liation with tlie amateur body, but
the Thistles stood frankly for a con
tinuance of the professional league,
and on their account the other teams,
except the Rovers, decided to stay in.
li Is expected thai the withdrawal
of the Rovers will upset the standing
ol the. league, as It is possible thai all
the gam*; which they have played
tie thrown out in the computa-
nf  tlie  standing.
.ill
tion
MAHMOUT   IS  A  JOKE.
Jack Curley Will  Not Permit Russian
Lion  to   Wrestle   With  Turk.
Kansas   City,   Jan.   5.���The  defi   is-
li .[ by  Wrestler Mahmout, to whom
retired Champion    Frank    Qotch an-
ii   inced  lie  had  transfened  his title,
met with a chilly reception from Geo.
lhe . enschmidt. Hackenschmldt
through .lack Curley, his manager, today said that Mahmout as a champion
was too big a joke to consider seriously.
hackenschmldt    will not    wrestle
mout II i i an prevent it," reclare I
ey.    "Mabmoul  wohld only 'fake'
. ������ beal  him, tbe same as he did I
Zbyszko threw him.    Mahmout
lelf-confessed taker.   We will not
our  time  on  him."
Labor Men Make Bid Fori
Votes of Sappertonians
(Continued from Page One.)
a  mailer to be left entirely for tho
scliool board.
The Eight Hour Day.
ll<;   was   never   against   llie   eight-
hour day  bill.    Some of the men at
the back of Mr. Trap]) moved in the
board of trade that the eight-hour day
^ I bill be not endorsed.   "1 am in favor
| of the eight-hour day, and during last
I year I insisted in all city work being
given lo shops employing union men."
"There has heen nothing done, nothing .agisted in lhe council that
the pubfic liaS not had a chance of
knowing ahout before it. was passed
Mr. Trajip, orr tbe contrary, ln his
position as chairman of the school
board, lias strenuously opposed open
meetings. 1 defy any ene to shbw
that any piece of legislation lias been
passed excepl in open council with
members of the press present, it Is
the first time that a condition like
that has prevailed.
W. Dodd.
The next speaker was W. Dodd,
labor candidate for alderman. To
start with, lie defined what was meant
by a labor man. lie did not favor
giving any privilege to any industry
or corporation unless the city had
some say in the regulation <;f Ihe
standard of mages and living . If the
single tax system were adopted, no
doubt more houses would lie built,
and so wealth and lahor would be
employed.
Bread.
"Any country which called itself
civilized bad some means of protecting the purchaser. Me was in favor
of a standard weight for a loaf of
bread. Ii was his favorite topic, He
gave a resume of the Trades and Labor Council's effort to get an ordinance  passed  for  the Standard  weight
iof bread, merely to show (as he stated), how  little tlie aldermen knew of
1 protecting the city's interests. Referring io the milk inspection, he insin
uated that the present system was
faulty and should be amended.
.I..C. Loree was the last s|,e..ker,
the meeting adjourning about ten
o'clock. .
MAROONED   TWO   MONTHS.
.VANTS   MORE   EXPERIENCE.
Tcrrmy  Burns  Will  Not Allow  Lester
to  Meet  Denver  Ed.  Martin.
Seattle,   Jan.    "..--.lack    Lester,   the
.sing young boxer who has been
undei    i. e    management    of
imy Hums, will not meel  Denver
Ed. Martin on the challenge recently
��� i ' j the latter,   At a local smok
iu  lasi night, Tommy Burns declared
��� he wants Lester to have a little
.  experience before he goes after
i: ������ ii:: one*,
i  Want   Lester to find himself." said
ins this morning, "and then it will
time enough to go after the light-
-  In  the  higher  up class"
. Prospectors' Power Boat Caught in
Ice Off Gslena B.iy.
Valdez, Alaska, .Ian. 6,���So weaU
that tliey could hardly speak. Edward
Meredith, of Port Angeles, Wash., and
Prank Smith, of Spi ing Creek, Pa.JUo
day whispered the tale of tbeir sufferings when marooned for sixty days
on Galena and Sawmill hays, without
food, sun' lor a few clams wliich they
dug from the mud.
The men were foun l by Eskimos
and brought to Valdez late yesterday.
Thej were in a pitiable condition.
Physicians declared today that they
will nol he ahle to leave tlieir beds
for several  weeks.
According to their story, tbey left
Valdez.   Nov.   1   in   their   | ower  boat,
B .
be
CY  YOUNG  IS  NOT
Chilliwack Line is
Paying Five hr ten!
(Continued  from Pag(
ago, when the board deck       ... i
that  line they did so to t    et the  Ul
gent demand    of    the and
knowing  the   country   th     i . i   which i
il. would run lo he of a       >:   ellously !
fertile nature, but, nevertheless, when'
they   decided   to   build   ii   tliey   fully!
believed that,  the  line  would not do
more than pay working expenses for
some years after it was opened, and I
they  laced  the fact that in order to
acquire a  very   valuable  business   at
the end of nine or len years tlie old
lines w6"Hd bave to carry! he new one
as a burden in the internal.
The directors' fears lh this respect'
had   proved   groundless,    ho   added.
After* a   few     weeks'    working,    the j
management were able lo repoit that j
almost from tbe outset they would be i
able to earn 5 per cent, on the ��400,-
(100 wliich tlie line and its equipment]
bad cost.   This money bad been earn-
ing      nothing     during    construction,'
which   was  also  the  case  with  large!
sums of money sp-nt on tbe construction of other extensions in tlie neighborhood of Vancouver nnd Xew Westminster, and   on   the    hydro   electric
power installations near  Victoria and
Vancouver.    'l'he   major   portion   of;
these works had cit her heen recently I
complete!  or   would    be    completed'
during   llie   next   throe   months,   and
would   increase  the  revenue  in    the |
future.
Serves   Fertile   Country.
Shareholders,   however,   must  not
think from what he had said that Hie!
new lines were suddenly going to earn
profits at  the same rate that, the old
oiks had done in the past; their earning   power   must   naturally   be   much
lower for some years   to    come,   and
they would necessarily    increase   the;
expense   ratio   of   the   whole   system.!
hut if they only earned the barest  Interest   on   tlieir  cost  at  present,  tbo j
shareholders should he well satisfied,!
as  they   were   beyond    all    question
building   up  a  splendid  business  for
the  future.    The  new  line  to  Chilliwack practically bisected the territory
which  Uie company's  lines served  on
Hu- mainland <>i   British  Columbia, ;���.
territory wliich he believed to be, perhaps,  more  prolific  in   advantages to
the home-seeker and settler who had!
a small capital to start with than any |
country in the world,    It  ("insisted of .
a tiiangle of country about a quarter-1
the  size  of   Kngland. shut   off  on  two!
si les l.y great   mountain ranges, wltb I
iis base on the Pacific ocean and watered  by  tlie  mighty  Fraser and  numerous oilier rivers and  rivulets,    ii
was richly timbered, hut bad a large j
area of valley  and meadow land, and
a Boll which bad heen described by anl
exi ert   of   world-wide    experience   as i
among   the  richest  "m  the   world.     It j
certainly  proluced   niagnllicenj   corn.;
fruit   and   vegetables  and  good   grass
its climate was moderate, not unlike
of  Kngland, but  fortunately with,
[ess rain and more sunshine.
sa
with  provisions for ten  days aboird ,
The   boat    was   fmzen   in   at   .l.lcksoil   t lint
|.i\      Thin   succcded   ill   freeing   her,   lesa^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
however, but were caught in a terrific      The motion  was seconded by  B.  M
storm two days later.   Their food was Haney and  carried, and on the mo-
lost overboard,   For the next eighteen| tlon of 11. G. Hrown, a resolution was
GOING TO  RETIRE   days they subsisted on food that_could ' adopted   authorizing  the  directors  to
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     llie picked up on llie beaches     Finally
Peoll, C, Jan. a���"Say farewell to   thej   determined  to make a dash for
the   diamond?       Well,   not    just   yet.   Sawmill bay.    Soon after their arrival
Can't .-ee any reason why I should.'-    ja big storm came up, wbicli wrecked
Thus spoke Cy Young last night.        the   power   boat,   and   for   lhe   next
Continuing,   Cy   asked   what    was' twenty days tbey were forced to live
Kilning up all this trouble about him
self. When it was explained tbe nature of the discussion tbat took place
:it New York when the American
League magnates were assembled in
executive session, Cy said:
"Well, If it is ii]) to me, you can tell
Mr Soniers tbat while 1 might have
said last fall tbat 1 was through with
the game, a man often says things
that he repents of when be is In a
different mood. I know there were
times last summer when 1 wished 1
was back on the farm.
"But Just now J am feeling as good
as 1 ever did
on clams until rescued.
CANADIAN   FISH
FOR   SOUTH   EUROPE.
increase the capital to  ��3,200,00.0 lby
the creation of 700,000  ��1 shares.
Halifax. N. s, Jan. r..���The Nova
Scotia Flsh Company Is being organized. It is proposed to bave a fleet
of 2i> vessels. Including a couple of
^steel ships, built, at Halifax or New-
Glasgow. The proposition Is to have
two bait freezers and flsh stations,
one on the Newfoundland coast and
the other at Cape Breton. It ls pro-
i am leeuiis nn &*jan* , posed to have the vessels of tbe fleet
Farm life always did   after the Ashing season, carry the tish
etc.
CORONATION   CONTINGENT
������ .      in I to  the   Mediterranean,     Ilraz.il
agree with  me and I think 1 am �������! , ^ ,ntereBte���.
better physical condition that wnen i .
<"ime home In October.    As far as I
an"concerned. I am not tbrough wltb | CHOSEN TO COMMAND
the great old game. In fact. I am
Planning to go to Hot Springs about
February 1 and get ready for the season. , . ,,.,,.
"Cy Young Is not through yet. With
the team that Cleveland bad In the
Bel I when the season ended, he will
take down .   .word of better than .600
Thank You!
Ottawa, Jan. K.���Colonel H. II. McLean, commander of the Slxty-seconl
St. John. N. It.. Fusiliers, and meni-
her of Parliament for Queens and
Sunbury, will command the Canadian
coronation contingent. The work of
organizing tbe contingent will be
commenced early In the year.
The   People's   Trust   Co.,    Ltd.,   New
Westminster, B. C.
January  4th. 191L
Gentlemen:
Re New York Underwriters policy
TT.IIL'il, we beg to acknowledge receipt
of your cheque for the sum of $IO.L'5 In
payment of loss under the above po'-
icy, and to thank you for your prompt-'
ness in making the settlement. W'e
only notified you this morning of the
fire ancl congratulate you ou the quick
settlement you have made.
Yours truly,
LEWIS & ORME._
Telling Speech is Made by
T. J. Trapp in the West End
(Continued from Page One.)
To AU My Clients:-
I wish Io heartily thank you for the
liberal patronage accorded me during
the past year.
Tlie large Increase of my business
shows that you appreciate my efforts
lo give you the best Insurance at the
lowest rate as well as the prompt settlements of the companies I represent.
I devote my time exclusively to the
Insurance business and as > hftve recently greutly increased my faclll-
ties for handling large lines I will be
In an even better position to servo
you and the Insuring public generally
during lflll.
Again thanking yon and wishing all
a bright and pros.erous New Year, I
am,
Yours for business,
Alfred W. McLeod.
New Westminster, B, C. January,
1911.
OFFERS    HOSPITALITY.
Gravesend   Would   Like  to   Entertain
Canadian Coronation Contingent.
London,    Jan.    a.���The   mayor   of
Gravesend has made an offer, through
Lord Strathcona of civic hospitality ifl
the ship bearing the Canadian coronation   contingent   of   700.   anchors   off
that   town,  which  is the entrance toj
the port of London.    Lord Strathcona
promises to forward the offer to Canada.
Recruiting in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Jan. 5.������It ls said that -\
repiesentatlve of tlie Mexican revolutionary party is in Winnipeg looking
for olllcers and the police are on tin
lookout. Several well known South
African veterans are Included among
those approached with proposals of
big pay.
"AX IT HERE SIIICE \*Y**"
The   People's  Trust  Co..   New  Westminster,  B. C.
January 4th, 1011
Gentlemen:
llo North Empire Insurance policy-
No. 595:1, wo bo"g to acknowledge receipt of your cheque for $11!.'.15 In payment of the loss under above policy.
We beg to tender" our thanks for the
promptness ln which you have made
this settlement.    Yours truly,
LEWIS & ORME.
to me, and  would not be in accordance with my principles.
"Let me repeat, there Is no Trapp
ticket, but I hope that the electors
will see that there is a big ticket, and
that It Is to their advantage to allow
themselves to be nominated and come
forward In the interests of their city."
Mr. Trapp concluded his address by
outlining Ids policy in tbe matter of
Schools, the keynote of which is progress an 1 expansion along the most
modern lines. The conclusion ot Mr.
Trapp's address was marked by applause.
Needs of West End.
M. W. Mint home made a short
speech in wliich he outlined the nee.ls
cf tbe west end, and complained that
that pare of tbe city hod never had
justice. "We have no sidewalks, no
light, no water, pracically nothing,"
he said, "and can only get these most
common conveniences by paying our-L
selves for their installation."
Queer Money Transactions.
W. T. Cooksley closed tlie meeting
with  a  few pointed  remarks, in the
course of which lie made a curiously
significant remark:    "We    want    to
know,"  he  said,  "why    money    was
taken from the bank which was voted
on by the ratepayers for certain specific purposes and used ln the general
fund.    This," he added, "ls a direct
perversion of funds, and If the thin
end of the wedge Is allowed to enter, j
the ultimate result wlll be utter con-l
fusion   of  accounts,   with  the  result I
that the citizens . will   never   know 1
where they stand." I
The meeting was an attentive and
appreciative one, and it was evident
; from the frequent applause and the
I keen interest evinced, that Mr. Ti a-p's
I candidature  mset3 with considerable
favor in the weBt end.
���r
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*G,mxntxict How!
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fyat we are paying -
c~4Z MerestrO
,'per atinuTTzcrcdiJeJ) mthlf
on savings deposits (*10-?
k upward) subject toWitli-
drawl V cheque h *
��^ 5�� Interest""*
on time deposits of*
Sfmoiitb & over. *
We invest monef for clients
infirstmortga$es&doa
^eneiat financial business.
We want .fair saving accnt
& if vou are not saving *
syatcmaTicaltv, * ->.**��� ���*���
Commence NOW Wilh US.
Deposits "by wait ^^^>
******** easily handled ���
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Order or Re&wtereo*"^
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can be maiEe"^-*- ���* "^ ���*���
- * any way you wish.
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SS. TRANSFER
CildrttfetfcIfig September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladtter,  Westhnm island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New VVestmin-
stj?r at 5, a.m.
THitet schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
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The People's Grocer
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY #3,   1911
UAOE IN CANADA
GILLETf
High
U'��.|M  .-
GILLETTS
Grade
Guaranteed Chemically Pure
SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CANS
Same  Price as the poor
Adulterated Kinds
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
FINE TONIC
FOR WOMEN.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many Poople who have
nevei- before been in a
position to do so, -may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
iaage and strong banking organization.
Intcrest'fis paid on Savings
Balences half-yearly. :: ::
^usiness ^Accounts cpencd
Oh  favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
PERIL Of PLAGUE
I     IN BRITISH SLUMS
lOUMSTS COMPLAIN IIF
"BIBLICAL TRAVESTIES"
London Times' Warning
Against the Rat Scourge-
Worse Than Bubonic.
NEW   WESTMINSTE..,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
London,   Jan.  5.���The   Tim is   pub
lishes    a  minute   report  o.i"  the    rn!
plague in Easl Anglla, and urges tin
governmenl  to make a thorough  in
vestlgation.   li i.- said thai this would
cost $100,00(1    It is now certain.that
the   plague-infected   rats   arrived    in
Suffolk  throe or four  years ago from
Ipswich.       Where   tlie   limit     of   lhe
| plague is at present has not yet been
I discovered, hut  the Times maintains]
that an Investigation could settle this,
and until the area in which there are >
plague-infected   rats    is    defined   no|
steps  can  he taken  to satisfactorily
handle it.
lt is admitted there is no need fori
la   scare.      Pew   i eople   in     England I
[ come   Into  actual   contact   wiih   rats,;
'but   it   has  heen   proved  by  facts  that'
the  | lague  in   Kast   Anglla   is exactly i
the same as ihe scourge which killed!
7,000,    persons   in   India    between!
'lSliil and  1908.    In a vast  majority of
cases   in   India   it   took   the   bubonic'
form.    Four proven and a  half-dozen :
susfiected cases in  Bast   Anglia   assumed the pneumonic form.   This is:
not   only   more   severe  than   the   bu-
' bonic, but is more dangerous, as it  is
transferable directly  by  tbe patients'
: breath carrying germs, so that should
an outbreak occur in the thickly-populated   district   the   diseise   could    b"'
Exploitation of Holy City Is Deplored.
Hebrews   Bewail   Vanished   Glory
of    Jerusalem.
London, .lan. 5.���The "brutal exploitation" of Jerusalem hy its inhabitants for the sake of getting
money
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon:    I take it for granted
that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would chanee your mind. Acme
is in a class by itself.    Once tried��� i
always used.
Our special champagne is a winner.
You ought to try a case for Christmas ! Price $1.25, case and bottles to
be returned.
Factory:   Simpson Street.
Office:   304 Columbia Street.
Tel. 689. New Westminster, B. C.
spread after a while without the rats.
FIFTEEN  WERE  KILLED.
Passenger Train Rolled Down Embankment in South Africa.
Queenstown, South Africa, Jan. "> ���
Fifteen persons were killed and forty
or fifty others injured in the wreck
of  a  passenger  train  near  Nathcart,
'��� Cai e Colony.     The train, which  was
full of holiday makers from East Lon-
, don, left the rails and rolled down an
embankment.
from tlie tourist is complained
of by a recent and evidently pious
German traveler.
The road to Calvary, along which
Jesus bore the cross, for example, is
pointed out, although in fact the ancient city witli its streets lies burie.l
many yards beneath the surface. The
marks of ilis foptsteps, thai impression of llis hand, tbe site of the Ascension and many Other fancied historical remains are used for the pui-.
pose of extracting  backsheesh.
Al the same time Dr. Richard
Linde, the traveler in question, admits that not all he saw in the Holy
City aroused such feelings of indignation. He was particularly and earnestly impressed by the scene thai
takes place each Sundiy nt th.e old
wall of the Temple, three yards big-J
and live 1 mg, where since the middle
ages tbe Jews are wont lo bemoan
the vanished glory of tbeir city. One
hears the touching litany in the form
of a dialogue between the leader of
the lamentation and the wailing con-1
gregation around him.
"On account of tbe Temple which
has been destroyed,'' begins the leader, and bis song is taken up by the
crowd with "Sit we here solitary and
weep."
"On account of th.e walls which
have been destroyed, on account of
the glory which has passe I away,"
continues  tlie  leader,  and  again  the
crowd wailing replied, "Sit we here
in solitude and wee])," just as tho
daughters of Zlon sat and wept by tho
waters of Babylon,
Or a  prayer is put  up   to heaven.
"Have mercy on the people of Zlon!"
sings the leader and tbe crowd  cun-j
tinues, "Reassemble, the Children  of1
Jerusalem!"
"Haste, baste, Thou Saviour 'if
Zlon!" and the crowd continues, "May
the empire of Zlon be again established!"
Sucli scenes ms this, Dr. I.in !e siv...
suggesl ihe true atmosphere of Jerusalem to the Christian, not 'ho re'icj
and Biblical travesties which are
palmed off on lhe merely curious loir
isl.
bath.    It was learned, It is said, thai
the ten packers, headed by J. Ogdeu
Armour, who were defendants in the
criminal case, had been summoned ;,
witnesses on behalf of other packer
in the civil cafe.    J.   ll.   Wilkerson,
special    assistant    district    attorney,
feared 11 Is was a ruse to give lhe ;   .
packers ihe opportunity t > later plead
i ei haps  successfully,   ih t   they   I   ���<,
been granted Immunity by their ti
mony in the eii il case,   ii was, the
fore, dei ide I to drop ihe case al   u;
and  thi;:  was  dom'.
U.  S.   POSTAL    BILL
ENDANGERS  LIBERT.
STUDENTS MAY  HAVE
PERISHED    IN     FLAMES
Montreal, Jan. 5.���St. Josephs college at Granby, Que., was burned to
ihe ground last night, In an attempt to nscae others, Brother Leon-
Cln, one of lhe teachers, and a Christian brother, was burned lo death.
Brother Lusner jumped from ihe third
story and lies in a serious condition
with a badly injured hack. The less
is estimated at about $70,000.
There were forty hoys in llie build-
in:: al the lime, the remainder, nearly
���".ou. i,(dug away lor ihe holidays, The
inmates were rescued only with the
greatest difficulty. The temperature
was l'.'i below /em, in ihe excitement
it conl i not he ascertained whether
anv of tbe missing hoys were in the
ruins, but hopes are entertained that
they were visiting friends.
PACKERS   ARE   FOILED.
If   Wllmer  At-
.bia is right, ll
lu  a die ill
Atkinson   si. il
Washington,   D.   ('.,   Jan.   r,.
there "sar| hits"    in    the    new  pi     ,,
reorganization   bill'
kinson, of Philadelp
idled wiih reptiles
has   sent    oui    Mr.
harshly  of  ihe measure in question.
He   declares    il    should    he     carefullj
scrutinized   by   those   who   regard  the
liberty  of tin-  piess as ol   vital   in
portance.
"There are several spakes in ii." he
sajs, "some ot them exceediri jlj
emous,    The   hill   as  it   stands  >
lishes ihe spy s>siem. abolishes trial
by  jury,  compels  the  production  of
books,    papers, ami    document
s;roj ���    the    citizens'    constitution i
guarantee  ef   freedom   from   Beai
gi\ es   lhe   diic- tor   < i   posts   and   i
, missloner ol appeals power to destro
I ai will any publication withoul ap]   il
I or  redress,  and   places al   future
I ard  ibe freedom of the press, bd es
Benl lal to the stability of our rep . ���
lican Institutions."
Immunity Bath Plan of Beef Trust
Members Nipped.
Chicago. Jan. 5.���Tho suit of ill"
l'nited States government to dissolve
the National Packing company has
been suddenly dismissed withoul.
warning to the packers, in order to
avoid giving the ten defendants in the
criminal beef trust cases an immunity
Missing    Balloon    Sighted.
Berlin,   Jan. .".���A news   despal
from   Copenhagen  slates  that   a  bal-
loon, BUppOBi d  to he the Herman
loon    Hildebrant,    missing Bince   Di
cember 29,  passed   over   Hoeganaes,
Sweden, last  night.    No persons v. .-,.���
visible.
HOSPITAL
Westmins'er P. hate Hospital.
Si'?, Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-con;agious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Tele-
I none 755.
top fheLeaks
.itflburGoalBil!
Ure a Cvtrr.cy-Oxfcrd
ran ; i _ ] a ;o 20 per cent.
i f y ur cod bill.
T' c " Ci ancetli r" :���'. wn
hen i tin fine t tccl range
li made I y the well knoirn
I Gurney - Oxford C tnpany.
R There's to better to be 1 ;.':
I b t' c c v.r.tr;-. Made in
mere F.lyl ; and sizes than
any ctccl r:.r.^: i n thc market, vith every late device
f r cc morr.y an 1 convtni-
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Material i* the best to he
ha 1, inside and out. With
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citlicr end. Guard cn ash
doer. Braced oven bottom.
Drop d ior cn warming closet. Divi led - yen flue, t >
in uro even baking. Broiler top. Therm meter on
'.ven d >or if desired. Made
f r c >al ' r wo 1 Besides
these rpecia! feature ;   -
VThe OXFORD^
ECONOMIZER^
nill tepp jour lire ioioij sl Icwril roskibtf
rosl for fori, V* . 11 sue ol .*Ml 20 prr tfnl,
of lb' to,] )ou i mv u-,** ar.d wi.l late ���!!
l oLi"; ((tort up lhe chimney,
VouM Mve tiionry  �� vt; day ;*on
3 a (i :r it- ���-< >xford. A'.<i plwbyp grot
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Vet ca d^tnonstrato to ycu thc
i3ro ion.it r," a id iV- oilier Gurney-
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l> -rf ��� ���* i good ranc c . i be. \n ��� w ill
. Is i ih i 7 .'ii other Oumey-Oxford
atovsa and rangos for overv purpose and
f >r t\**v kind u/ fuel. Oa d'splay on
our fl > in* all the tlm t.
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known, b^st lik**<] aroves nu��1 rnngdi in
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Gold Watcies for Ladles from S12./b
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np
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KIgin
Watch repairing a specialty.
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Architect and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Con-
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Westminster
Transfer to.Mme, GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Office 'Phone IH.     Barn 'Pkoue 117
Columbia Street.
Engage   delivered   promptly    le
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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For all kinds of
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Phone 695
or leave orders at.
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. F. M. Dominy. Pro.
near Tlie Daily News Co., 60'J Victoria
Street.
Evening  Dress  Suits,  Blouses,  etc,
I all  new fashions from  Paris.
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Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
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Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
mm
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Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/a Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.
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Direct connection at I'i ince Rupert for  Stewart.    S.  S.  "Prince Albert"  will  leave  Prince  Rupert January    20th for    Port    Simpson,
Kincolith, Maseett, Skidegate, Q :een Charlotte City, Jedway, e'.c.
way, etc.
Double track nnd modern luxurious trains between Chicapo and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Kalis, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
Kor tickets, time tables, ilustruted literature, and all informatlm
apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent.
527 Granville St., Vancouver, P.C.    Phone T1C0. Plicne 3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
THE FIELD
Our Platform
1.   Small profits and quick returns.
2*   No favoritism !   One price to all.
3. Three stores���going some.
4. Still advancing by honest business methods.
5. Encouragement to  all railways to handle
our cars of furniture.
6. Employment of white labor only.
7. Economy in all departments of our business
���means saving for you.
8. Greater   Westminster;    our   prices   keep
business at home.
9. No gum shoe methods; everything marked
in plain figures.
10. Everything new.
11. Our store and stock surprise visitors.
Polling  Days:
Jan. 3rd, to Dec.  31st, 1911
Denny & Ross
Reliable House Furnishers
Committee rooms open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
43, 45, 47 SIXTH STREET
Everybody Welcome
.��� ���
.- "
���ma**r****sri*M '���jm.,!V"��wpn FRIDAY,  JANUARY  6,   19   I
THEiDAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.     1
TENDERS.
Westminster,
may
il.   C,
also be
form of con
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender tor
Gasoline Motor Tug Boat tor Hritish
Columbia," will be received at this
0(flce until 4:00 p. rh.., on Wednesday,
[anuary Ll, L911, tor the construction of a gasoline motor tug boal nuns,, in British Columbia.
plans specification and form of ten
der mav be procured at the ollice of
Vlr. ii. A. Bayfield, Superintendent of
11 edces,     Ne\^^^^^
Where form of contract
| cell.
Plans, specification anc
tract may also be seen and form ol
tendei obtained ai the ofllce ol Mr.
v/ni Henderson, Resident Architect,
Victoria, B. C, al the Post Offlce, Vancouver, B. C, and al the Department
0f public Work.-., Ottawa.
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will nol be considered unless
made on the primed forms supplied.
and signed with tbeir actual hi. na
;,���.,,, statin, their occupations and
placea of residence, in the case ot
|inns, the actual signature, the nan.re
o)   the   occupation,  and   place  Ol   real-
. .   ,.   ol   each   member  of   the    llrm
musl be given.
Eacb lender musi   be accompanied
an accepted cheque on a chartered
purchase    II       following    doscribsd street; from 9:00 o'clock a. m. to "lyO
lands: o'clock   p.  m.,  of  which   every   person
Commencing at  a post   planted on is hereby required to lake notice and
the  beach on  the east   side   of   the govern himself accordingly,
Agamemnon channel and joining T. L. j    "The persons qualified  to  be elec
No. 41966 mi the north side and mark- ted Mayor of the City ol New Wesl
ed   Edward   Hawkins;   S.   W.   corner, minster  are  such   persons  as  are  na
thence  E. 60 chains to line of limit tural born or naturalized subjecti   ol
UNISOLATED RAY
MAKES MAN GROW!
���     IS
DESTROYING VALLEY
Railway Time Tables
B. C
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
No, 39713, thence N. 60 chains along
line to beach, thence south and west,
along beach to i lace oi commencement ami containing su acres more or
less.
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A  LKWIS, Agent.
November 28, 1910.
duce   Giant   Race
Exists in Nature.
Force
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New  Westminster   Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
Take   notice   I hat   Cecil   Killam,   Of|e]ectec
Vancouver, B. ('.., occupation barrlstei   Westminsti
ai  law, intends to apply for permis-j
sion   In   purchase   the    following    described  lands:
Commencing al a posi planted on
the i.eaeh ai.oui i >���, miles northeast
from Egmont Point. Jervls inlet, and
marked "C, Killam's Northwest Cor!
ner." thence east 20 chains, thence
south 20 chains, thence west 20
cliains, more or less, to beach, thence,
north   along   beach   to   | bee   of   com
mencement  and  containing  40  acre:
more or less.
CECIL KILLAM.
.J. A. LKWIS. Agenl
Iiiited   November 29, 1910,
llis Majesty, males of the full age ol   n   . I  .
twenty-one years, and wh.. are noi Scientists of Future May Pro-1 A
disqualified under the "Municipal
Clauses Act," and who bave been for
the six months next preceding the day i
oi nomination the registered owners
in the Land Registry Offlce of real
property of the assessed value of at
Past one thousand dollars as rated on
the lasl re.ised Municipal Assessment.
Roll, over and above the amount of all
encumbrance I hereon."
"And ihe i eisons qualified to be
Aldermen of the City of New
are such  persons as are
by
Ol Hie  Hon
bank, payable to the order'
le ihe Ministei  ol  Public Works,
for   one   thousand   dollars   (f 1,000.00),
which   will   be  forfeited   if  the  person
tendering decline to enter Into a contract   when  called  upon  to do so.  or
to complete the work contracted
it the tender be nol accepted Un
i heque w ill be returned.
The  Department  does not
tn accept the lowest or any ten-
__B^ ^^^^m*aa****9^^^*^*^*^*^*9
LAND   ACT   NOTICE.
natural born or naturalized subjects
oi His Majesty, males of the
full age of twenty-one years
and who are not disqualified under
the "Municipal Clauses Act" and who
have been for six months next preceding the day of nominal ion the regis
tred owners iii the Land Registry Offlce of real property of the assessed
value oi at least live hundred dollars
as rated on the last revised Municipal
Assessment Roll, over and above 'he
amount o! till encumbrances thereon."
Liven under my hand al the Citj
oi New Westminster, the 31st day of
December, min.
.1. STILWELL   CLUTE,
Returning Offlcer.
Louden. .Ian. 5.���It may yet become possible for a man to add a cubit unto bis stature, and that without taking more thought than is
necessary to make up bis mind to pay
a fee to a qualified man of science.
There will be no consumption of in-
digestible    bone-making    anl    flesh
forming   foods,   no  stretching   of   t lio : since the earlv part of last, winter a
���imbs upon a rack of torture and no ] perm!1|len,  force of hundred of labor-
Dis-
BURNABY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
1911.
bind   it-
for
K.   C.   DESROCHERS,
Secretary
��� ��� p irtmenl   of   Public    Works.    Ot
tuwa, December 20, .
��� ��� spapers  will   not   be paid
'  -  advei ���-������:��� thi     i; sert it |
,i   authority   from   Uie   Department
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
1. ts   "���   and   4,   Block   4    long
of a portion of Sectii i   !
It :>. Noi | b Rai ge 2 West Spring-
In tbe Dlstri l  oi  New  Wo>tmin-
Title nnmbei  15108A, issued in ibe
i lal I ei ire l; Brown, litis been
.:.   thit    ��� ".   I
ce ii    erel     given Cat l shall,
New   Westminster  Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
Take   noti'-e   that   (bin    I   Dicker ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
man. of Vancouver, P.. ('.. occupation]	
lumberman, intends to apply for per-|To the Ratepayers of Ward IL
mission to purchase 'he following de The Ratepayer^ Association ol
Bcribed land Ward ll. having selected me as a can-
Commencing at a lost planted on didate to contest tbat division in the
the beach in Billings Bay, Nelson i ��������� coming election for councillors for the
land, and joining P. Iii No. 1'iTs anl municipality ol Burnaby, and bavin.
marked "C. E Dickerman's North- mysell subscribed to the platform ac-
i ast Corner," thence Bouth 60 chains, accepted by Mr. J, W. Weart
tlience  v.est   so  chains,  thence nortl
cunningly made shoes concealing ar
tiflclal aids to height No, a ray an
piled to the anatomy in the
manner will do ihe trick���that is, it
science ever succeeds in capturing
tbe elusive ray and turning possibil
ity into a fact, A well-known sclent
1st, explaining ibe results of bis experiments in this connection, says:
"Though il is not within the powei
of the scientist yel to make short
men tall, we have discovered that
there is some force or otber in tlie
ultra "x"-ray wbicb bas a distinct <-i
feci upon the growth of nerve tissue.
Just tis i here are the ultra-violet rays
in   ordinary   sunlight,   so   there    are
/-,, r . ,    I Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
btrange Phenomenon in i   mln8ter at 5:50,6:5o. 7:20 .-md 8:00
Wales:-Millions of Tons of I   a-m" and���every haU hour hereafter
until  ll:a0  p.m.
Earth Moving Down Grade ! Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   N'ew   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
at 8 a.m. to in p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
London. Jan. 5.���A moving mountain is threatening to destroy the
Rhymney Valley in Wales, and all
railroad traffic along the mountain
lias been stopped.
The cause of the threatening disaster is the incessant torrential rain
which has Hooded large parts of England   and   caused   enormous  damages.
ers have been at. work trying to stop
the progress of the mountain and bun-
proper j drpds of thousands of tons of dirt and
rock have been shifted to save the
railroad  alone.
Higher up tlie mountainside runs
the main road through a populous valley and on this the Oalliger district
council have a staff of roadmen constantly engaged in keeping the road
clear.
The water supply of tbe valley is
frequenUy interrupted as the result of
the repairs which become necessary
to the mains of the Rhymney and
Abwy company .due to their being
forced oul of joint
Westminster.
; i chains more or it ss to i each,
thence bctsterly along beach to plac<
ol commencement, and c ntalning 320
acres more or less
CLINT  K  DTCKERM \N
.!.   V LEWIS, Agent.
Late November js. 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
^^^^^^^^^^ the can-
didate for the Reeveshlp, I beg to of-
tei my services to, and seek the suffrage Of the electors
The following is the platform upon
" I    I.   !  seek  ele tion:
The abolition of the ward system.
The extensi m >l i be franchise, to
enable  registered  agreement   holders
to  exercise   their   righl   to   vote.
Tbe favorable consideration oi thi
! formation  of  county   councils  to  con-
ultra i'x" rays, and tbere is not a
great deal known yet about these
May Produce Giant Race.
"We have found thai among tbem
is a ray not yet isolated possessing,
tis several experiments bave shown,
the     power   of   causing   nerve     ends
which have become useless ro resume | eral'hundred vards below
their proper lunctions.    This leads to'
the   conclusion    thai    somewhere    In
creation   is   a   ray   which   can   cause
growth     to   begin   all   over     again,
Chough      ii   had     previously   ceased.
From ibis ii  appears thai  when the
ray   is   found   it   will   endow    science
Great  Northern  Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster
Still higher up the mountainside
can be traced a large fissure, break-1 a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m
ing away from the rocks. Thus for a
distance Of about LOO yards there are
millions of tons of earth and rock
gradually moving down tm extremely
Bteep  gradient  toward the river sev-
8:17
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:30
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 0:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:60 p.m.
_^_^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Leaves Seattle 1'2.25 p.m.;  arrives
  [New Westminster 0:25 p.m.
Causes   Sleep   While   Standing���Men-      Leaves   Seattle   4:35   p.m.;   arrives
tioned   in the  "Arabian  Nights."        xPW Westminster 0:27 p.m.
Jan. 5.���A  mysterious east-       Leaves  Seattle 11:45  p.m.;   arrives
nalyt  s  ol   which   has   \ew Westminster 0:30 a.m.
MYSTERIOUS    DRUG.
New  Westminster   Land   District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take  notice  that   Leslie   L.   Dicker-
man, of Vancouver. B, c. occupatl m
..   ��� ���. man   Intends to ai ply for ,
mission to per. the i     i wir.g d ���
ed hinds. ^^^^^^^
Commencing  at   a   post   planted  on   your vol
. on west side of Secbe't In
and   maintain   all   iniermunici-
pal ity main roads.
Better police protection.
\de uate water supply.
Acquirement   of  binds    tor    public
-  and  playgrounds
Trusing you    will  favor    me with
      Boston;!^
with the power of producing a race of | ern  drug, ibe      ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
eiants baffled the chemists of this Btate and 	
���The explanation seems to be that city for weeks, base been dis    vered G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
all matter is merely a bum of mo- in large quantities in Boston by the Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
tion. A human being is nothing but j New Kngland Watch and Ward s ,- ���cp[|l sunday. from bridge passenger
ti   kind   of   movement,   just   as   are   x-' ciety. ...        ,   station   3:50   p.m.,    arrives   at   Port
��� -owing
rays, electricity and heat. a'chemist wbo bas studied Oriental  "la.1"'"   �� ���.",;'
H   is   now  beginning   to  tp   clear   drugs   is   to   undertake   an   Analysis, tjU,cnon   ' ������   P-m-
that   in   the   ultra   x-rays  there  is   a   after inoculating  cats with tbe  drug-   . TJ^"   1-   3?l     tn      \ v
force or form of motion which react!   solution.    The drug, wbicb is said to ^.1,y: exr'tpt k   ri     "' PS     -T**Z
the   particular  form   ol   motion         n dlstoverea at a number of ^ATm passenger station
��� ���   call the nerves bj   ca t to']    ees in this city, is believed to bei a
'"*  * * grow.    The one forci   upsets Hie ba}-  the same as mentioned in the "Ar- 	
6        municinklitv    may    te   an"" of lhp 0t?er tm**Am* ther�� l*   bian   Ni��ht8>"  : "A  i,!  consequence is Q<   N.   R._Surras   Branch,
municipality     mav     wb   every   rea80Tv   ,,,   conclude  that   when   referred   to   in   tbe   "Vedas,"   and   in
men, so tbai   this ray is discovered lt will be found  the "Zend-Avesta" and "Upanisnads.-'      Leaves   Sumas   6:10   a.m;   arrives
^^* ... �� 1 ii.��� .*,.������ ihririee oassenger station. New West-
. m.   daily   execept
Westminster   bridge
-.50 p.m.;  arrives
daily except Sunday.
,,;..,      .    ;.. r   Ot    Titles
Offlci    New    West
...   H. C , Decembei  2. '''"'���
tures more or lesgj
LESLIE L. DICKERM \N
.i   A, l.KWis. Agenl
Date Noveml i 1910,
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
the
in on
Re the  Northwest  quarter of  Sei
. I,   ro   UShlp  I, m tbe District ot
New Westminster.
'I itlo number L3999A, issued in
name of Peter Henderson, has
filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall.
at il.e expiration ol one month from
the dale of the llrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate  of  tbe  said   Certltlcate.   un-   . .^^^^^^^^^
lantlme valid objection  noon, for the purpose ot electing pel
Certltlcate.
less  i  nthe  me
be made to me In writing.
District Registrar ot Titles.
Land  Registry  Offlce,  New   W��st-
B. Ci November 30,  1910.
Election for School
Trustees
Public not ice is hereby given to tbe
electors ot tbe City of New' Westmln
Iter ihai  1 require the presence of the
said electors tit  the Council Chamber.
Hall,  Columbia  Street,    on    the
it  1 J o'clock
City
th dav of January, 1911
I bein    as  School
sons    to  represent
BJBJ^BJ^B^B^B^BH
The mode  of nomination  of candidates shall ho tis follows-    The candidates  shall   be   nominated   In   wilt
lng;   the   writing   sliall   be  subscribed
! by  two voters of the municipality  as
and   seconder,  and   shall   be
^     returning  officer at
J. P. Hampton uny time between the date of notice
Role as the owner In Pee Simple, un-mid the hour of 8 p.m. of tbe day of
der a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Plet*I nomination; nnd ln the event of a
Cher, Assessor of the District Of West-1 poll being necessary, such poll will
mtiictnr to .1. P. II. Role, bearing date lip opened Otl the ISth day of Janu-
jf December, A. D��� 1603, ary, 1911, at St. Qeorge's hall, corner
���   ,-,,__!���.,   ���,wl   f-i,,,,,.),   streets;   No.   4
hall, Keary street; No. 5 tire ball,
Pursuant to section 7 of the navigable waters protection act ilt. S. Can..
cap. 116), notice is hereby given that
hi- been deposited In ibe oftiee
of the minister ol public works at Ottawa, and a duplicate in the office of
tbe registrar ol deeds at New West
minster. British Columbia, plans and
descriptions of the site and side elevation of a proposed railway wharf to
in constructed at Porl Mann. Hritish
Columbia, and that one month after
the first Insertion of this notice, the
company will apply to the Governor-
in Council for the approval thereof.
Dated    at    Toronto,    Ontario,    this
twenty-eighth dav   of  December,  1010.
U. ll. M. TEMPLE,
Assistant Solicitor.
CAPE   SCOTT   GIRL
SEES    STRANGE   THINGS
Alberni. li. C. Jan. 6.���Little Amy
Qlerup, who was born at Cape Scott
abou' twelve years ago, bad her flrst
trip away from home this week, com-
ing on the steamer Tees to Alberni,
There are mu many living things, outside of human beings, dogs tind cattle,
to be seen In the district where Amy
learned ber child's lesson of life, and
since her arrival in Alberni on Tuesday hist she has experienced one con
tinuaJ   round   of   excitement
When
po to sleep, but tbis drug causes the
animal experimented upon to go to
sleep standing up.
FAR-REACHING    PROGRAM.
Asquith   Government   Will    Introduce
Sweeping   Changes.
London.  Jan.   a���It   is   learned   on
good authority that the Asquith government,   feeling   that   the  result    of
the   recent   general   election   justifies
tbem in tbe belief that tliey liave re-
' ceived a mandate from the people to
| carry out far-reaching measures of reforms, have decided to introduce the
New  Westminster
Mail Service
she stepped on the gang plank at the   tollowlng program:
 [REGISTRY   ACT.
, proposerl	
Take notice tbat an application has delivered  to  tlie
.een made to register "
REMOVAL NOTICE.
thc 1st day o!
of'all and singular ** Vertnin gjri | Clarkson  and  Church   streets
,   tract of land and premises sit.ate
ivins   and   being   In   th"   !��s,rl('      '
S,'^ Westminster. In the Prov.nro of
Columbia,  more^rtlcul^y
28  and   20.
; Port Alberni wharf she drew back,
; pointed ii flnger at a tame-looking
' nae that wus standing nearby, and ex-
cltely exclaimed to Capt. MUliken,
I who was about to assist her from the
ship,  "Oh. look,  what's that?"
"What's what?" asked the captain,
who could see nothing strange In the
neighborhood. Hut the little girl kept
staring at the horse, and seemed
afraid to leave the ship. Then the
captain tumbled to the situation, and
We nre moving from our present
office on Columbia stieet to 827 Carnarvon street, where we will still continue In the same husiness of teaming, draylng, wood and coal. H^^^
We desire to thank our friends for expiained   that  the  animal   that
the  liberal  patronage  accorded  us  In   sfartlert  her was  ���  ,10 	
our old stand, and trust we_w!H_still  that  was ���sed  for the s^me J)UrpMe
as  the oxen 	
British
known and described BS
6:  lot 16. block R; lota
and
202,
1,  block  8,
group    1.
sub-
Port
hlock  6;   lots  1
division   of  lot]
'"Sand those Calming through or
���m,er you and all persons dtahntjf
any interest in the said land _by vir
tue  of   any   unregistered   lnstru��HKit
ilmlng any inteiest
descent,   whose
"ln  _^_
any  person
the school  district,
ish  subject
and all persons cia
In   the   said   land   by
not registered  under the proof the  "Land   Registry   Act.'.
contest, the claim of  of
within    forty-five
to
title ls
vlsion^^^^
are  required
the   tax    purchase     ..-
Says from th. date of the flrst public
ation of this notice upon you and ��
default   of  a   caveat   or  certificate
IU   pendens   being   Hied   Within    such
period, or in default or redemption      ;
ore registration, yon and each,et yOT
win forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to ��>to T*
gpect of the said land, and I shall reg
Inter I P. Hampton Role as
thereof In fee.   And [ hereby
that publication of this notice
thirty davs in a daily newspaper
lished  in New WestnUnste
good  and  sufficient  service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry _0flJ p.
Nt*   Westminster.   Province   nf   Hi
lsh   Columbia,   ibis  29th   day   of   November, A. D, WM.    c   s   imm
nisi riot Registrar
To .lames Hograth. Robert MoEw��U
Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey.
flre ...^^^^���
Thirteenth street, from i' o'clock a.m
to 7 o'clock p.m., of which every person is hereby required lo take notice
and govern  himself accordingly.
every municipal school district
being   a   householder     in
and being a Hrit
  f the full age of twenty
one years nnd otherwise
the Public Schools Act,
amending acts to vote at
of school  trustees  in  the said  school
district, shill   be e 	
ed   or  to   serve  tis  school   trustee  in
such municipal district "
Given  under  my  band
New  Westminster 	
December. 1910.
J.  STILWELL CLUTE,
Returning Officer
meet them nnd a lot of new
our new place.
HKLYKA &
Office phones, 160 and 722.
Coal office phone 819.
ones at
qualified byl
190. .     and |
an  election
Purser Wanted
Applications for the position of Pur-
tbe S.S.  Paystreak  will be re-
__���   ha*1
something
^^^^^^^^^e purpose
a.-*   ...v.      she   had  seen   at   home.
i Amy  rode behind  the horse to H. C.
i Uayson's residence In Alberni. where
j she will stay for a couple of months.
Since her experience with the horse
. Amy  has seen an automobile, a cou-
' pie of small steam engines and other
| wonderful   things   too    numerous    to
I mention.    Slip thinks the world is a
funny place and that this Is
ter of Its strange activity.
the cen-
I.t 1���   up
ser on
(cived  by the
  City   Navigation   Compan
it,.i\.'.m s.7~*k*~mimm* i to Mondav tlio 9tb inst., 2 p. m.      ,.
lieihle to be elect- j R0YA|_ C1TY NAV|OATION CO., Ltd.
P. O. Box 311  New Westminster.
January 3rd, 1911.
Secretary of the  Koyal ' RAILWAYS  WILL   FIGHT-
DUAL LANGUAGE  BILL
1. Veto bill.
2. Local   government    for   Ireland,
and possibly home rule all around.
2.    Electoral reform, Including
lai    Re-distribution    according    to
population.    The basis will be about
12,000  votes for one member.
(bl      One  man  one
vote.
Time
of
Closing:
7:30
7:30
Time
of
Arrival:      	
20:00���United States via C. P. R
(daily except Sunday)..
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. E. R
(daily except Sunday)..
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except  Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..
13:00���Victoria  via   B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily  except   Sunday)..
7:30���United States via 0. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).
:30
7:30
7:30
(c)    Elections on one and the same 115.00_r,lIted states via G. N. R.
day.      i Elections     now     last     three j (da���v except Sunday)..16:00
-��300 a
the    legal    ex-
regulations    as     to
to
takes
weeks).
(d)    Payment of members
year.
(e)'   Reduction    of
penses of elections
(f) Stringent   -
(g) Three   months'   residence
qualify   for a  vote.     (It
about eighteen months).
4, State insurance against:
(a) Unemployment.
(b) Sickness.
(c) Invalidity.
5, Disestablishment of the   Church
of England In Wales.
TRIBUTE    TO    CHAMBERLAIN.
r.-3c
Bt  the City
the 31st day Of
Burnaby Municipality
PUBLIC
Election
owner
order
for
pub-
will be
Public notice Is hereby given lo tho
electors of the' Municipality of tho
City  of  New   Westminster     '   -  * ���
quire the presence of
tors  at   the   Council
of   Reeve,   Councillors
School  Trustees.
and
all
'the
Montreal, .Tan. S.���It is practically
certain that the railways vvill flght he
Lavergne dual language bill. When
seen today, Sir Lomer Gouin was not
dispose! to talk. For the moment "
that be would state was t
government may be depended upon io|
do its duty." Whatever that duty
mtiy be. Its Is openly declared by the
companies concerned that they will
not comply with the law before it bas
the  backing of the highest  court in
Paid by Lord Strathcona in Speech at
Birmingham. \10.TO
Lon Ion, Jan. 5'.���A striking tribut -
to Joseph Chamberlain as an emplrv
builder, was paid by Lord Strathcona
Birmingham,   yesterday,   when   he
^^^^( dally       	
12:10���All points east and Europe  (dally)   	
23:00���All points east and Europe  (daily) 15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)        7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills      (daily      except
Sunday)       15:15
10���Coquitlam    (dally   except
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Bur-
nuitlam   (dally     except
Sunday      13:30
Timberland. Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster I Tuesday and
Friday)      	
at    c,	
said that Birmingham people must be
very proud to have among them oue
who has done more to consolidate the
dominions acres;- the seas than any
other man In Great Britain or the empire.
Representing    Canada   in   England,
knew  nothing about their   party
  _       ..13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville,   Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday   ..
0:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
Wednesday     aud     Friday     	
thai  I re
the  said   Elec-
^ Chamber.   City
Hall, Columbia Street, New Wesl minster, on the 9th day of January, 1911,
at 12 o'clock floon, for tbe purpose of
ting parsons to represent them in
I Council  tis  Mayor and
The annual public meeting of ratepayers will be held at tbe Municipal
hall, Saturday, January 7th, 1911, commencing at 2 p. ni,
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal    Hull.    Edmonds,   B.   C.
! .January 3, 1911.
the  land.
That  the  Lavergne
is ultra vires of the legislature is
he
dual
was glad to pay trlb
psman  and  joined
ad
tbo view of the legal experts
hig   railways  doing  business   in   this
province.
language ' politics, but he
ute to sucb a state
with them in the ardent wish that
Joseph Chamberlain might be .spared
not only to tbe people of Birmingham,
but to the empire for maoy years.
.13:30
.13:30
of the
10:00���Woodwards
Thursday
day
Vancouver,
Ing     via
9:00-
of candi-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land  District.
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that  Edward  Huwldns.
of Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
intends  to apply   for   permission   to
elet
the  Mnnlclpa
B^BJ^BM
The  mode of nomination
dates shall be as follows:    The candi
dates shall be nominated lu writing;
the   writing  shall   be    subscribed    by
two voters of the Municipality rs pro-j
poser and seconder, and sha'l be de-1
llvered to the '.tettuning officer tit any
between  the  date  of  tbe notice
1:00 p.m. of day of tlie nomlna-
atul in the event ot a poll being
such  poll   will   be  onened
Ion the 12th day of January, mil, at
St   George's Hall, corner Clarkson and
Church streets', No. 4 Plre Ha'l, Keary
street;
I
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
JURY   TRY   SONNETS.
WEDDED  FORTY-FIVE  YEARS.
HE   IS   AFTER   DIVORCE
11:30-
Spanish   Poet  Count   Popular  Votes
and   Award   Morocco   War   Prlxe.
Madrid,  Jan.  5.���A  jury     "
time
ami :
Hon,'	
necessary.
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
                                 Seattle, Jan.  5.���Lacking only,  five'
Madrid,  Jan.   &.���A   jury    of   poets years  of  the   golden   anniversary  of
met yesterday afternoon at the office their marriage, O. P. Townsend yes-
of the Herald to decide the contest terday commenced suit against  Mer-
between writers of sonnets commem- cia T. Townsend for divorce,
orating  the  war  In  Morocco.      Tho The couple were married on April
pr-      j.j ����� cvonoiaen Vives. 2(5. 1805, at Spencer, Mass., and have 1
dVewas'awarded'to Francisco Vives.  20, 1805, at Spencer _.turlt- | cept sunua. ,  	
ihfwln uZwiilonnet writer of Va-  ��v^ch��&in����^
(Tuesday,
and     Satur-
 13:30
Piper's    Sld-
G.     N.     R.
(daily except Sunday)..14:20
Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby  Lake   (dally except Sunday ......���16:00
SO: 00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)    7:30
No.   5 Fire   Hall, Thirteenth'Telephone R 113. Offlce: Princes. 8t
lencia, who received Ii2(i8 out of a to- The plaintiff husband charges that
tal of 34,254 votes cast by readers of In 1898, at Denver, Colo., his wife de-
the paper. , serted him, and is now living at the
His sonnet will be carved on a old home in Spencer, where the cou-
block of marble and set up in a proml- pie were married nearly forty-six
nent place. years ago.
Blaine     (dally    except
'  Sunday)        7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and ' Haxlemen    (Tues.
__       day, Thursday and Sat-       \ PAOK riOHT.
THE
Brass
Goods
See our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what you are looking
for. You should certainly see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before buying elsewhere.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City New;
FRIDAY,  JANUARY 6',  1911
OUR BIG
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
\V.   Armstrong,  of  Winnipeg,  is   a]
guest at the Windsor.
Frank Tremblay, of Prince Rupert,
was in the city yesterday, lie is staying at the Windsor;
���_..'���
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Ueid, next
tram ofiice.   Phono 310. ������
K. L. Clemens, of Saskatoon, was a
visitor in tlie city \estevday. lie
states that the weather tra* oft prairies is all right for cutting, but not
much else could be said hl/1'.iVor of it.
He was enjoying the fog.
Davles Green Houses is tlie place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone RHUS **
The funeral of the late Mrs. Isi-
bella Mackenzie will take place this
afternoon at 1:30 o'chiokj from the
residence of Mrs. 1>. H. Miller, Edmonds, to tlie church of England
cemetery.
af-
toi
The finance committee of t...
council  held a meeting  yesterday
ternoon   to   discuss   the   granting
Galbraith   &   Sons  a   renewal  of  the.
lease of certain water lots on Lulu Island.     The   result   of   their   deliberations will be reported to tlie council
on   Monday  afternoon.
For Delta acreage, large and small,
priced right, see Ueid, Curtis &  Dor-1
gan, TOG Columbia street. **
J. D. S. Barrett, editor of the i_Iulr !
more Enterprise, the Frank Vindicator and the Hellenic Times, is In the
city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Welsh. Mr. Barrett spent several
months here last year, taking a supplementary course in English at Columbian college. Ile will remain In
Westminster until the beginning of
next week.
An  association of the residents of
the  portion  of  Lulu  island  which  is
, I within  the  citv  of   Westminster,   was
Wood, wood, wood. Order your formed yesterday evening, the follow-
wood at the Walsh S*ah ftj)fl Door j officers being elected: President,
company and you will get it within ani Mr   s,iarks.   vice-president,   Mr.   Mc
More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Xow is the time to start, at the beginning  of the  term.
For particulars apply to -
A. L. BOUCK,     -
Principal.
We thank our many
customers for their patronage during the year,
and extend to all the
Season'
hour from the time your order is received.    Phone  413. **
Clifford Adams, who has been laid
up for the past five weeks with typhoid fever, was able to get up for
the first time yesterday, and is now
on a fair way to complete recovery.
Found, at the Walsh Sash and Door
company, the best kind ot wood; delivered to your home one hour aft?r
vou  have put in  your ord��r.    Phone
41o.
Contrary to an impression which
seems to liave become current, no invitations will be issued to the ball to
be held under the auspices of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital on January 1-. Auy
one desiring to purchase tickets is ut
liberty to do so.
A start on the laying of cemsnt
sidewalks under the lural improvement system, was made yesterday,
when workmen tore up the oil wooden sidewalk on McKenzie stieet between Columbia and Front streets.
and
w
s Greetings.
e  nave  been
Try   our   wood.     Walsh    Sash
Door company.    Phone 413.
Two city league football games are
scheduled for tomorrow afternoon.
The High School plays the Rangers
at Moody Squate. at 2:30 p. m. The
other game is between Astcu Villa
and Sapperton at Sapperton, at the
same hour. Tim Mahcney Will le-
feree llie Moody Square game i-nd
Alberts the other.
I     Engineer Kelly, of the steamer Ro-
*     j man,  has  been  instructed to get h's
in i vessel ready for feoing to sea at Bhoit
���j i 1*1 notice.       However,  it  is  improbable
DUSineSS   abOUt thirty   that the  Roman  will make atrip to
I the halibut banks before Marcli.   The
years. It might interest you to know
that this has heen the
hest year in our history.
^A^e shall continue
to give the puhlic our
hest service and
solicit a continuance
,r your patronage.
steamers which have been continuing
their runs to the I an! s have been
making i oor catches.
A fancy dress carnival will be held
at tlie Pythian roller rink on January
l'j and IT, when a number of prizes i
will be offered by the management for j
the best dresses, best skateis, etc
The carnival premises to be the biggest thing on ioilers ever attempted
in tnis city.
Donald; secretary, Mr. Price. These
officers were elected a committee to
wait upon Mayor Lee this morula',
with a view to securing better roads,
sidewalks, lights and water ln their
district.
The Public
Supply Stores
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we
have quite a large
istock   of  Goods
i
| which we are cleaning out cheap.
I Quotations will
follow in a few
days. Watch the
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea
A quiet wedding was celebrated
Knox manse, Sapperton, yesterday .
evening, when Uev. K. G. Thompson
performed the ceremony whL-h united
Albert Koepke and Miss Annie Arneil,
formerly of Sussex, Engl tnd. The
bride was attended by her two sisters,
while James Boyd, of Vancouver, supported the groom.
a [ for our customers
to take advantage
before   the   rush
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;   L.  D. 71;   Res. 72.
How About
That Dress Suit ?
Too   Small   for  You   Now?
Yes, I thought so. Well, it
has served its day. Get a new
one. It will be good for another
ten years. Aitchlson has all
the latest ideas from both sides
of the Atlantic. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual advantage.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
For th? Holiday Trade
All Prices.       All Sizes.
MUM'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
At the semi-annual meeting of the
Baraca club of Olivet Baptist church
yesterday evening, the following officers were elected: K. D.���Lennie, president; E. P. Mills, vice-president; P
K. Sangster, secretary, and G. L.
Smith, treasurer. The Baraca club
meets every Sunday aftei'noon In the
church parlors.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call the B. C. Messenger, day or night, any time, and he
will come to your aid.   Phone 7(H. **
Allied Hardman. who some time
ago announced he would be a candidate for alderman, and who has since
been called to California by the serious illness of his wife, has arranged
for the filing of his nomination papers
and will be In the fleld when election
day arrives.
A meeting in the interests of J. W.
Weart, candidate for the reevesliip of
Burnaby, was held in the Burnaby
municipal hall last night, a
large attendance listening to
the arguments of the aspirant and
his supporters. In addition to Mr.
Weart, the speakers were Councillors
1 Stride and Coldicutt, Heeve Peter
j Byrne, B. Q. Walker and P. B. Brown.
commences.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Alteration Sale
===== Is Todays9 Big Attraction =============
^'STr^ae:.^������
*i,*M- ^m> _.���_���__
i(Bargains
V y-'F"-"irjp" ��� TTi< **W ���"������-*-^-   *--i**n*ai**.*
for the citizens of New Westminster and vicinity. Every article in our immense stock is on sale at reduced prices. In order that we may carry on the
extensive alterations planned, we must vacate temporally a large section of
our store. Our over-heavy stock makes it absolutely necessary that we immediately clear out thousands of dollars' worth of winter merchandise. Today
sees our sale on with full force.   Low prices on everything.   No Reserve.
Reliable Kid Gloves
75c. a pair
Italian Kid Gloves, of exceptionally good quality;
fine, soft and pliable;  In tan
and grey only;   sizes o-'1
to
Inches,   about    90     pairs.
Regular    $1.00
price, per pair
glove;    sale
     75c
Women's Girls' and
Boys' Gloves, 25c. pr.
Regular Values, up to 35c.
Navy,  brown,  grey,
cardi
nal  and  black, in  plain  col-
stripes, all
ors and    fancy
sizes.    Sale  price,  per
I air.
25c
Unusual Offerings in
Women's Umbrellas,
$1.95 each
Regular Values $2.50 to $3.50
It is seldom we have an
overstock of umbrellas. Wo
are, however, ln that predicament at present. In this
special lot are Gloria covered umbrellas, with steel
rods, bulb runners, and all
kinds of gold silver, rustic,
pearl and horn handles. A
person can always find USB
for an umbrella. The present is a good opportunity
to secure a new one.
Kach    .$1.85
Special Snaps in the
Staple Department
One lot Fancy Wrapper-
ettes anl Flannels, ���> yards
for $1.00. Designs and c >1
ors adapted for waist, wrapper or kimona use. All good
colors and patterns. Regular values up to 2*ic. Sale
price, 8 yards for   ....  $L00
See the special lot of
Laces and Embroideries at
3c. 5c. 8c. 10c.
and lie. per yd.
Flanneletl i,
uii colored
:;:: lni ;
Plain Striped
lie per yard;
striped flannelettes In colors
and stripes, suitable for
night dresses and underwea
purposes, it ii seldom you
can obtain such \ alue at this
pri' e,  per yard        11c
Dress Goods at 65c. per yd.
Hundreds of yards of popular dress
fabrics  in   all   the   best  colors;   plain
grounds,    chevron    stripes,   worsteds,
homespuns, tweeds, ranging in width
from 42 to 5T) inches.   Regular values.
Tf.c to $2.00; sale price, per yard   65c
Watch  for  Circulars
Containing    a    larger   list    Of  offerings.    Pay particular attention to the
reductions  in  prices of all house furnishings  and  women's    and    misses'
ready-to-wear clothing and millinery.
Watch    Daily    News    advertisement
from  day  to day.
Carpet Ends, 75c. $1.00, $1.50, $1.75.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
I ne
Royal Bank of Canada
Cat ital paid up   $(..200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada froui the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent    connections
afford every  banking facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
1891
++++44 ��������������������������������������������
1911
HEAD OFFICE
Na-M Westminster, B. C
CHIEF
INSPECTOR
FOR
FISHERIES.
Ottawa.   .Tan.   n.���Acco-d'ng  to   report lt is the Intention of the government   to  appoint  a  chief  Inspecor  of
lisheries for British Columbia   to   fa-
! cilitate the  administration    of    this
'branch of the service.    The name of
I F.  H. Cunningham, supeiioteuilent. r> f
I fish   culture,   bas   been   mentioned    in
[Connection with the position.
Union Buttons Barfted.
Winni"e--. Jan. 5.���Thjs^'\vinnlne-:
Street Railway Comn. nr- h tflr issued
orders forbidding1 unlnn conductors
and motormen to wear their union
buttons on dutv. One-niriaTT'-mTnT-w-is
discharged today tor oHtngn otrtke-
breaker workfhg on another car a
scab.
CSTUUMEO
I6QI
Konuitc
it Jb
I GREETINGS
To Our Old and New
1911
Clients
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Wish their numerous clients at home and abroad,
the old but ever green wish
"A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR"
AND   MANY  OF THEM.
Vancouver     -     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -     Aldergrove
���������������������������������������������������������������������������+ ������������������������������������������ ���+���+++4**
I
January
Furniture
Sale
$I.I0 Inlaid Linoleum,
65c. Printed Linoleum,
60c. Printed Linoleum,
50c. Printed Linoleum,
Floor Oil Cloths,
sq. yd. 80c
-   sq. yd. 55c
sq. yd. 50C
sq. yd. 371-2 cts.
sq. yd. 24c
Galloway & Lewis
UP-TO-DATE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets  New Westminster.
' Phone 829.    f. ��".;��'<. -.-.. ""'  "

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