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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
MITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME B.NUMBER 291,
NEW WESTMINSTER, HC, MONDAY  MORNING, JANUARY  16,  1911.
PRICE FIVE  CENTa
BIG DEALS MADE IN
CITY REAL ESTATE
Columbia Street Ravine Sold
for $40,000-$20,000 for
Herring Corner.
A number of Important real estate
deals were consiitnated during the
past week, over .100,liou worth of city
property changing hands, the buyers
ol the most valuable pieces bein. Vancouver men. All stuns poinl to a resumption of heavy trading in the immediate future.
The most important deal of the
week in Westminster property was
the sale by a local syndicate of the
lol between the King's hotel and the
Deane block, through which runs a
deep ravine. Tlle lot, which is the
only vacant piece of land on the north
side of Columbia street from the Merchants hotel to Fourth street, was
turned over to the Vancouver men for
a consideration in tlie neighborhood
of  $40,000.
White, Shiles Ac Co. acted for
sellers, and ,1. ll. Diamond tc Co
resented the buyers.
The names of the members of
selling syndicate are not available, as
several of the original shareholders
disposed of their interest to other
parties some time ago. The syndicate
had held the property for about nine
months.
While nothing definite is announced
by the purchasers, it is understood to
bo their intention to erect a substantial building at an early date. The
valuation of the property, more especially with the possibility of a variation of the single tax system being
introduced in Westminster, is now
too high t'i permit it to remain non-
pro lining as far as revenue is con-
i erned in the future.
Herring Corner Sold.
Through the linn of McQuarrie
Bros., A. M
the
reptile
LIVE WIRE BURNS
B.C.E.R. CONDUCTOR
Fred Levelle Under Treatment at Royal Columbian
Hospital-Mill Man Hurt.
When the I!. C. E. R. train .from
Chilliwack pitliei Into the city ou
Saturday night it had aboard two
men requiring the doctor's care. Ou��
of these was Fred Levelle, a B, C, E.
R. conducl ir, who was suffering from
electrical burns, his heal having apparently come in contact with a live
wire. The unfortunate man was unconscious, in which condition he was
taken to the Royal Columbian hospital, heing attended by Dr. McQuarrie, the company's physician.
Vesterday afternoon Levelle had recovered consciousness, but was still
unable to give any account of the
manner in which be had received Ids
injuries, und us there were no witnesses, it is Impossible to learn how
the accident occurred.
Dr. McQuarrie states that tlie usual
result of an injury such as Levelle is
suffering from is to affect the brain
for a period, but he apprehends no
serious consequences.
The other patient brought in on the
train was John Roche, an employee
ol Hyland A; Sullivan s sawmill at
Sullivan station, who had been mixed
up in some kind of a runaway skid
accident at the mill, llis injuries are
minor, three fingers of one hand
crushed and the other arm broken,
but they will necessitate his stay in
St. Mary's hospital for a few days.
WATER AT PREMIUM
DURING COLD SNAP
Shortage While Mercury Was
Below Freezing Point Worried Aid. Bryson.
PETREL MAINTAINS
CHANNEL TO THE SEA
Passage of Boats on Fraser
no Longer Hampered ���
King Edward Here.
PLAN  BIG  BOXING CLUB.
Matt   Larkni,   of   San   Francisco,   Will
Try Out English Ideas.
San   Francisco,  .lan.   IB.���Matt   I.ar-
         Herring's property at the I ki,n' of thi8,?11,ty- has 2���� business men
.���orner of Sixth street  and  Carnarvon,""" ���"  w Uln* \\ beco���    <**?***-
street, was sold on Saturday to ll. L. membera ol a club tor a 1100,000bo*
Lennie and J. K. George for ��20, PVfiT *''<" >>* ��l>ects   will    be
The property has a frontage of 132 modelled alter the big English dubs
feel   on  sixth street, and   100 feet  on
Carnarvon  street, and  is    only    two
blocks away from Columbia street, in
a desirable location.    The deal does
nol   Include  the two  houses on    the
property, which will be removed.
Deal on Agnes Street.
Franklin .1. Smith, of Colllngwood,
on Sat ui day purchased one lot on
Vgnes street, near Sixth, for $6600,
Tlie property is thai on which Mrs.
Gilley's boarding bouse stands. This
deal was also put through by McQuarrie Bros.
Other Deals.
A steady demand for lesidentlal
property is reported by the various
real estate agencies, one Hrm selling
three houses during tlie latter part of
last week, the prices ranging from
SLTiOll to $."0iin. Quite a number of
lots have also been bought for house
sites, the buyers Intending to build
in  the spring.    In addition there has .
been the regular speculative buying,'���0 wealtny
but this has not been confined to anyone part of the city, although close-in
pro! erties are favored.
of tireat Britain ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Larkln plans to tun the bouts on
the English idea, the referee being
out Bile ol the ring and disqualify the
boxer who refuses to break when
ordered. To make the idea a real
one anywhere Larkln Bays all that Is
necessary Is "a thoroughly organized
club, a guarantee that the entertainment is for the club members only, an
honest referee and a pair of trying
opponents. No unnecessary applause
from the audience and protection for
boxers and guaranteed remunerations
for athletes contracted with."
Ths breaking last nlghl of lhe cold
snap which had lasted'nearly a week
was heralded with satisfaction by Aid.
Bryson, chairman of the water committee, Water Superintendent Henderson, Fire Chief .1. ii. Watson ami
ot litis directly interested in the maintenance of the city's water supply at
lull pressure.
The sudden change in the temperature is not an unmixed blessing, lor
a number of water pipes and mains
are almost sure to be affected and
heavy leakages will ensue. The trouble, however, will not lust long, as a
gang f.f men will be kept busy today
patching up wherever necessary.
It is advisable, for the next two or
three days at least, to refrain from
wasting city water, in order to permit
the supply to again become normal.
As Alderman Bryson stated yesterday, while he was watching the operation of the pump ou Eighth avenue us
lt Increased the pressure in tlie city
mains, "That pipe could keep two o-
three streams going, but we could not
afford to have anything happen to it."
Eighty-five Gallons a Head.
Superintendent W. Henderson, who
was standing near, remarked that]
even witli the limited quantity o' |
water coming in there was eighty-five
gallons of water every day for every
man, woman and child In New West-
minster.
The facts of the water situation are
that the water in all the three reservoirs is lower than It has been for a
long time and unless the water users
exercise the greatest care in tlieir
use of water, the situation is liable to
become more serious. The larger industries, such as the Fraser River
mlU��, the distillery and the brewery.
have agreed to use only the water
that is necessary and refrain from
waste.
Reasons for Shortage.
That the ship channel of th" Fraser
river is open for navigation from
WeBtmlnSter to the sea is lhe gist of
tlie Information hauled oui by Superintendent of Dredges Bayfield to a
News  representative  yesterday,
"1 joined the Petrel al Steveston
on Saturday afternoon," said Mr. Bay-
field, "and we liave made three trips
each way since then. The river i-;
now clear as far up as Ewens Cannery, and from there the ice is so
broken as to render navigation easily
practicable."
The Petrel is now lying at the government wharf alongside the dredge
King Edward, which came up after
the Petrel had made her first trip.
On the journey up, the ice was found
to be solid, in some cases six inches
thick, from Woodward's slough right
up to the city. Tbe Petrel is not an
ice-breaker in tlie sense that she was
built for this work, but she is of steel
construction and has a powerful steam j
steeling gear. By working tbis gear
continuously from port to starboard
and back again, the vessel is made to
roll heavily, and as she rolls the Ice is
1 crushed and broken in a wide lane.
The first trip on Saturday practically did the work, and all the broken Ice went out  without forming any
WINNIPEG VISITED
BY DISASTROUS EIRE
RURAL DISTRICTS
HOLD ELECTIONS
Men,  Half Frozen, Fought I Byrne Defeated in Burnaby
Flames   for   Hours-Loss |    ���Sullivan Has Large Ma-
About $250,000
jority in Surrey.
tin
the
majority of
Winnipeg, Jan.  15.���Winnipeg    lasl
night  was visited by the worst  lire of
recent years, and at  12:30 this morning  it  had apparently  gol  beyond tlie (seats
control of the firemen.
Ii started in the Kelly building    on
Hannatyne avenue, and when the fire-
t men arrived smoke was issuing from
all the windows on the south side.
Chief Buchanan was one of the flrst
on the scene and immediately took
charge with Assistant Chiefs Code
and Walker. An alarm was sent
calling out additional apparatus. At
twelve-thirty the llames spread to a
number of small buildings across the
street and they went down like so
much kindlingwood.
The   firms  already   burnel  out,  are |
the   following,   all   of   which   carried
large and valuable stocks;
Buchanan & Gordon, manufacturers'!
agents; Winnipeg Fur company,!
wholesale furriers;   Thomas  A.  Lock,
I wholesale groceries, storage; Dominion Produce company, wholesale produce; John Erzinger, wholesale cigars
and tobacco;  W. V. Dawson    &    Co.,
j wholesale stationers',    Kllgour    Bros,
paper supply house;  Petrle Fur com-      .,,'  . .,,
pany,    fur    manufacturers.     Chemist
Company     of     Canada;     Meakins    &
j Sous,    wholesale    brushes;
I Stove company.
The loss Is estimated    at    over    a
| quarter of  a million  dollars.    Thirty-
six streams of water were poured on
The municipal eii -tions all through
the Fraser Vail j were held on Saturday.    In South  Vancouver and Surrey
the old reeves managed to retain their
the majority  rolled  up lor Sul-
ivati in the latter place being one ot"
surprises of the day.
Burnaby.
In Burnaby Reeve Byrne fell before
onslaught   of  .1.   W,   Weart  by  &.
Following  is  the  re
sult at the different polling booths".
Byrne. Wreirt.
Municipal  hall    US
'      Central  Park      04
"   Lakewew school     5
Barnet school    20
Burquitlam    20
Dundonald scliool     5
Duthie Bchool     12
Leaf's grocery store   ....  47
Boundary road   IS
309
Majority for Weart, 3fi.
Councillors���
Ward 1.���D. C.  McGregor,
Ham  Bevin, 33.
Ward   IL���K
Brown, 76.
Ward 111.���T
f>K
1X2
8
1
<;
4
.
IK
59
345
Fauvel, 29.
.41;  Wil-
Stride,    78;     P.    BL
D. Coldicott  (acrlanir
���H. J. McKee, 47;   P. W.
....       .. I     Ward  V.���Angus  Macdonald  (accla-
| mationl.
-John Rumble, 11"; W. V*.
jams of consequence. A/iother trlpisu ��u-euiu�� m ����!�� ��t-n- v*"���**** *��*
was then made to complete the Job, | the flames for hours. Chief Buchanan
and the third trip was for the purpose '. says he cannot tell when or how the
of bringing up from Steveston some of' fire started, for the whole building
the plant of tbe King Edward which; was on fire when bis men arrived,
had been left there. At one thirty Chief Buchanan stated
Ward VI.-
Silver, 72.1
School Trustees���F. T. CTiTe, 417;
T. \V Mayne. 441; T. C. Morrisou,
480; T. Sanderson, 41'.'.; ,1. Whittakev,
388.
Coquitlam.
Reeve���J. Mars (acclamation),
CHINESE ARE ARRESTED
ON SMUGGLING CHARGE
Then the cold weather has caused
the bursting of several pipes in the
city. Yesterday morning, a short
distance below the Queens park reservoir, there was an inch and    a    half    	
main and an inch and a quarter main  enced four years ago, the ice-breaker
broken  and  discharging  water  under  now being built at  North  Vancouver,
Councillors ��� Richard Atkins. J
Mounce, Robert Hawthorne, F. Mar-
mouth. Mr. Langdon. George Gray
was defeated.
Mission.
(One poll to hear from).,,
Reeve���R. W, Dick, elected over T.
B. Cade.
i     Councillors���
i     Ward   1.���.1.   H.   Gibbard    lace'am..-
tioni.
Ward II,���A. Catherwood  (acclamation),
has  formed   from   his  experience   of'men  often   had   to  be    pulled    from!    Ward m.���Harvey Wrwi;
Saturday.     In   ordinary   winters,   (he  mounds of ice. the spray    from    the      \\ aid i\.��� i nomas w ison
use of any steel tug will be sufficient, j nozzles of the house freezing around1     School Trustees-Result not known
The Petrel is being held here until I that he bad the fire under control, the
today  to await developments, and if   only damage to the McClary block be-
the river shows a tendency  to freeze   ing by water,
.over  again,  she   will   be  sent   out    to       The thermometer    registered    forty
 I  | make   another  Ice-breaking   passage;   below zero, and had it not been for
There are several reasons for the biU " as seems likely the back of the J the high pressure system and the
shortage. Tbe greatest one is tbat c<,lcl 8nal1 is broken, she will go over , water towers nothing could have prefer some unknown cause, probably i> - t0 Victoria for the remainder of the'. vented the fire from spreading to a
in   the   mouth   of  the  pipe,   the  main   Kin^   Award's  plant. ! long strinsr of warehouses, nnd to the
from Coquitlam lake is not bringing Tlle practicability of keeping the banks on Main street. The firemen
in anything like its usual quantity of Fraser open to navigation even in the , were rovere 1 with ice as they waded
water i severest   weather  is  not  in  question,  knee deep in tbe torrents of waiter as
-'according to the opinion Mr. Bayfield   it   emerged   from   the  building.     The
while  in  winters  such as was exper:
pressure.
Then there is the habit the citizens
have of allowing their taps to run
while the weather Is cold. This habit
abme causes an enormous waste and
unless stopped is liable to endanger
the city.
to replace the Petrel as tender to the
dipper dredge Ajax and the other tender for the elevator dredge at First
Narrows, tenders for which will be
called for shortly, will take charge of
anything in the nature of lee that is
ever likely to be encountered on the
San    Franciscans Are
Jailed at Los Angeles���Plot the
Biggest Known.
PETITION  AGAINST
VICTORIA  ELECTIONS       Los Angeles, Jan. 15���The arrest of
  two  wealthy  Chinese    merchants    of
Victoria, Jan. IT).���A copy of a peti-   San  Francisco,  who are now  In    Jail
Yesterday    Superintendent    Hender-  lower reaches of the river.
son found a few people who were let-1    These two vessels will have five or
ting their water run and he cut them  six hundred horsepower, as contrasted
off without further parley. with the Petrel's two hundred, and in
Aid. Bryson Keeps Busy. [other respects will be built more with
Alderman  Bryson, chairman of the  n view to ice breaking work,
water committee,    assisted    by    Mr. |    The prompt action of George Ken-
Henderson an 1 other members of the  nedy, president of the Liberal associa-
stalT,  have been  on  the    Job    almost   tlon, and L. B. Lusby. president of the
them. The chief kept the men constantly moving the hose to prevent it
freezing.
REV. C. W. BROWN DEFINES
STAND OF CHURCH OF ROME
yesterday.   The money bylaw was defeated.
Surrey.
For  Reeve���E. J. Sullivan. 265; H.
T.   Thrift,  132.
Inulis,   40:   Robert
Murphy   (acclama-
Johnson,     30;
board of trade, in taking measures to
secure the services of an icebreaker,
was the subject of many favorable
comments on Saturday   and    Sunday
Hon to be presented to a judge of the
supreme court on Monday was served
on  the  city  clerk  yesterday,    asking
here, brought to light a conspiracy
wliich the federal immigration authorities assert is the biggest Chinese
un-
that the recen,    municipal   *ecUonBj smuggling plot they have   ever
here be declared null and void owing|earthed
to the manner in which voters lists
were complied. The names oi property holders were taken from the assessment  roll, whereas the Municipal
Flections net declares that the list
shall   be   taken   lrom   the   registrars
office.
ROYAL SCARLET CHAPTER
ELECTS ITS OFFICERS
The merchants are Woo Wai aud
Mar .lick, who were arrested with
four alleged contraband Chinese by
immigration Inspectors on trains between Mojave and Tehnehapi last
night aud brought here today.
CHICAGO  STRIKE   NOW
constantly since the cold weather
started. Yesterday lie was up at the
Eightb street reservoir superintending the operation of the pump tbere
and he has been at all the other reservoirs and all over the city. iww ... ���...��� 	
On Wednesday night lie stated the  channel to the sea being highly corn-
water In the Sapperton reservoir had ' mended.
Essential Differences Between Protest
ant and Roman Catholic Churches
Explained in Sermon.
Ward   I.���H.   S.
Grant,  43.
Ward   If.���J.   F.
��� tion).
Ward    HI.���Daniel
Thomas   Hardy,  1 ���'t.^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Ward IV.���R. D.  Mackenzie (accla
mat ion).
Ward  V.���John  Keery, 41);   William
Morgan, 39.
School  Trustees���H.  Bose,  250;   Ah
bert T. Marshall, 224;  E. H. McEwen,
1118;  the two former elected.
Langley.
Reeve���D. Poppy  (Acclamation).
Ward I.���J. Smith, 32.
Ward   II.���W.    Maxwell    (acclanu*-
Past District Master D. W. Cross Conducts Installation Ceremonies-
Speeches by Elected Men.
Chicago. Jan. 16.���The garment
workers' strike received its g.eatest
Impetus toward settlement since the
beginning Ol the strike when the
joint sti ike conference committee
reached an agreement last night with
Hart, Schaffner Marx company, the
concern against which the strike has
heen mos. determined. By tl.e terms
Ml former employees will be taken
back within ten days and there will
be no discrimination against members
Of the United Garment Workers or
America    The question of wages was
Orange county lodge No. 2' heW *ZZ U *g^��^|Sa.tfSaS
1"KJ. ^r'^shl.frcomllanlon .1  COUNTRY'S FATTEST
command. _.        I
The following are the officers
elected; W. F. Hansford, worshipful
companion in command; Hugh Campbell, excellent companion In command; William Pope, chaplain; W.
Scott Phipps, scribe; 11. llaedenger,
treasure
dropped four feel when with ordinary
use, even If no water had been coming In, the reservoir should not have
dropped more than a few Inches.
Late yesterday afternoon everything
was got Into fairly satisfactory shape
and Alderman Bryson noted with sat-
STRIKE  NOW ilsfaction that  the weather seemed to
NEARING SETTLEMENT ibe taking a turn for the better.
  j     lf there  is  a couple of days  warm
weather, it is expected that everything will be running as smooth as
ever,
The essential  differences    between
the diverse conceptions of Christianity held by the Roman Catholic    and |
^^^^^^^^^^_^^_^__^^^^^_   Protestant  churches  was  the  subject  tion).      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the interest which  these    gentlemen'of    Rev. C. W.  Brown's    sermon    in!     Ward III.���W. F. Bodary, 31.
took  In the maintenance of an open ' Queens Avenue Methodist church yes-j    Ward  IV.���W.  Lawrence   (aeclama-
-'*-   " terday evening, when he took his text  Hon).
from the words "Stand therefore, hav-j Ward V.���G. Powell (acclamation),
ing your loins girded with truth.". Ward VI.���A. Zannetta (acclama-
That these concepts were utterly Irre-tlon).
concilable  was  Mr.  Brown's    conten-J     School Trustees���W. Rawlinson and
tion,    and    he    briefly    defined    the  A. R. Anderson (acclamation),
grounds on which he based his belief. |       District   of   North   Vancouver.
While it was true, lie said, tbat in!     Reeve���J.  Y.  McNaught    (acclama-
all probability none of hls   audience tlon).
....-��� m,m*.*a,i      Ward T.���W. A. Thompson (acclatn-
BLAZE AT SAPPERTON.
Water Arrives Just in Time to Save
House.
A  fire oecured Saturday  afternoon
Funeral of W. S. Murchie.
The funeral of the Into Wellsfml
Stanley Murchie took place on Saturday afternoon from the residence of
his parents, Agnes street, to the Oddfellows' cemetery, when a very large
number of friends attended to pay
their last respects. The Modern
Woodmen of America', the Ancient
Order of Foresters and the Fraternal
Order of Eagles, with all of which de
ceased had been associated, were
represented. Rev. J. S. Henderson,
Vert   nnd  Rev.     A.    dell
j were in any danger of being converted
I to tbe Hornan Catholic faith, yet it
was necessary that they should have
a clear conception of tlie fundamental
truths on which their acceptance of
tlte   Protestant   faitli   was  based,    in
(Order tbat they might exert on tliose
With whom they came in contact that
.Influence, for right which true Chris
Ward I-
ation).
(Continued on Page Four.)
Rev.  A.  E.   ._ __
Owen assisted in the oLsequles ' iVanity demaiiaed of them.
The pall bearers were P.  Willette,      M_   ���.__,���  u       de���ned  ,���e staml;
A   Aiulerberg, Mr   Bums, R. Johnson,  tftken fa    ft    ^     fc _, R _.,,,���,,
D. Gilchrist and A. Fasl.on. .(believed and taught that Christianity!
CHARGE YOUNG HUSBAND
STOLE MONEY TO ELOPE
The Royal Scarlet Chapter of Loyal
'officeholder dies
A  flre oecured Saturday  afternoon | D. Gilchrist and A. Kasnon. believed and ruigni  mu ^���,.- ,
In the residence of l). Woodward, on]    Floral and other tributes were sent!was      government and an    authority '���
Hospital street,   Sapperton.      At the i����y  the following;     Pillow .Westmln-, th_ ))fe of g,    individual, even!
start of the flre the brigade was hau-  ster Howling club; axe emblem. Mod- ,��� .���_ matterB of conscience nnd will,!
dicapped by having no water.      The  ern  Woodmen;   wreaths,  Ancient  Or-'     d     ,       wlth  d|v)���e  ftUHbutes  the
���'"""'   ,'"!';,,n'-  Wlsses   l,ende,'8on''entire nrlesthood from the Pope down
Married 14 Year-Old, Later Is Arrested
and Accustd of the Theft of
$65 and Purse.
Elizabeth, N. J, ���"">- ir,.-William
Eckerson, who probably weighs mme
than any officeholder in thc country,
is dead at his home here of pneumonia Mr Eckerson outweighe.i
pa,  scribe;   tl.   liaeuenger    monin.      ��   ��� pounds,
.       ,   c.,m,   ��tr  Herald   President l an. o> <ti i*****, *���*    1
Joseph   Smith,  Bir   uerai11 fs-i***     ������,,,������ _nn noimds.
Knight at Arms; D. W. Cross first
lecturer; Robert Lee. second lecturer,
S. A. Dally, llrst conductor; G K.
Matthias,   second   conductor;    .1.   M.
being more than !>()<) pounds
When discharged from tlie army,
after being wounded at the battle of
Gettysburg, he was so thin and weak
dents of the house trying to thaw out
some frozen water pipes in tlie cellar.
The fire got into tlie wall and went
into the attic without harming the
rest of tlie house.
Campbell, inward herald
Stoney, outward herald; .1
past worshipful companion
mand, ,   .  , . ���
The  installation  was conducted by
Past    District    Master    D. W. Cross
Mv
oil
the
R.     A. I that   his  life  was  despaired of.
.1.  Hood, I Eckerson  was sixty-eight    years
In    com-  and had served as overseer    of
poor sixteen years.
Although living but two blocks from
bis office, he was compelled to ride to
fast    District    iviasie.     .,.   **. w ��������� ���  dn���        ne>  w|Ul    Hed
nrter which the newly elected officers   tne raw ^^    &nd    -,___.���
were called upon for speeoHe^   ATter, ^     n ��� Pompunlons.    The  four
transacting other necessary business   *����.��� ;^ fen
the meeting adjourned.    ....    1��� *"c
TO SETTLE ON EXPOSITION.
House  Committee  Wlll   Soon   Decide
on Panama Question.
Washington, Jan. 1. .���The rivalry
for national recognition between the
San Francisco and New Orleans exposition advocates will be settled by
the house committee on expositions
probably next Friday. The committee
will hear the final arguments Monday,
Governor Sanders appearing for New
Orleans and Representative Kahn for
I San Francisco.
crosses, wesuniuo^   ....,..���.���. ,u  ^	
tion, Mr. and Mrs. Beekman. \\ . Hand-   he,ld of Christinnlty. ,
cock, Mr. and Mrs. T. Ireeman; star, The Roman Catholic church, be '��� stealing a gold mesh purse aud .65,
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan; basket, Mr, and , saldf wa8 founde(i ln ,lie Bec0nd een-! with which he is alleged to have
Mra. Tidy; flowers, Mrs. Mills (Van- Uu.v bm K,.e,lt as W,1S i(g an,i,,nity i financed the elopement with her.
couver; wreath Mr and Mrs. Creel-, the eariy chlirch antedated it. and hei T1'e Purse was the property of Miss
man and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan couW not therefore accept its teach- ] Harriet J. McCormack. a young
Starrett; sprays, Miss Robinson, Van-; ing o{ the supremllry of t,,e churcn | society woman of Webster Grove*.
couver,   Mrs.   McKay,  Mr.   and   Mra. |ovoj the individual.   The infallibility I and    was    stolen from    he" phaeton
W?s7andVam^rMr87;Pmer_ andI^Hie"^   ^IL.^K
family, Mrs, and Miss McMartln, Mr.
and Mrs. Shiles, Mr. McLeod, Mr, and'
Mrs. Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Gifford, sen., Mr.
and Mrs. II. Schofleld, Mr. and Mrs.
ES. Bell, B. W. Shiles, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Gray, Mrs. Sprott, Mr. and Mrs.
Gamon, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Trapp, Mr.
and Mrs. Douglass, Mr. and Mrs.
Montgomery; from tbe family, gates
ajar.
3f the Pope, whose utterances on > while Green was employed by a
cathedra were regarded ln the church ' livery stable In the suburbs,
ns the verv voice of Gol, the Instltu- Soon thereafter Green eloped to
tion of the confessional, carrying with St. Charles with Miss Lucy Barrett.
It the power of forgiveness of sins, nnd then moved to East St. Loiiit.
and the dogma that outside the where he worked at night for tho
church there was no salvation, were j Illinois Central railroad. He lived at
the essential features of the Roman | 705 Converse avenue. He was arrest-
faith with which t)\f> preacher dls- ed while at work, and his wife did not
agreed, and   whic.   he  said  rendered   know of lt at the    tlrae-    Green    In
 ��__   nineteen years old.   He wa�� taken ta
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY
1911
WANTED.
OP
3200
best
WANTKD -- TO    BUY    TKAM
horses, weight  from 2800    to
pounds;   . \e description and
cash price to Walsh Sash and Door
Factory, City.
WANTED���BEFORE OR ON THE
10th of February, 5 or 7-roomed
modern house. Careful tenants, no
children. Apply Hox 9, Daily News
office.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real  Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
66-FOOT lots in choice sub-division at
Port  Mann;   $460, easy terms.
TEN ACRES in
ter, section 36
$200 per aero;
southwest, one-quar-
Township 2, Surrey:
terms.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, GEN-
eral housework. Apply box 4, Daily
News ollice.
WANTKD���TO BUY AGREEMENTS
of sale; also property close in; only
owners need communicate with
P. O. Box r,, this ollice; all cash
transaction.
WANTKD ��� PURNISHED HOl'SK-
kcepinK rooms; good references.
Apply hox S, News offire.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOU 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, ti'2 Hastings stieet east.
WANTKD ��� IMMEDIATELY, FURNISHED room, close to business
district. State price and particulars.    Box K. O. K��� Daily Xews.
OWNERS, we can sell or rent your
properties if right. Send particulars;   satisfaction  to all guaranteed.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real   Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
WNM--11. S. RECIPROCITY
NEGOTIATIONS PROGRESS
CANADIAN PACIFIC
0, C. Coast Service
Secretary of State Knox Pleased With
Basis on  Which   Representatives
Are    Working.
FOR  SALE.
FOU SALK���GOOD ORGAN IX GOOD
condition. For particulars apply to
'Jl7 Fifth avenue, city. ,
FOU    SALK    OU
roomed  house;
trally   located.
avenue, city.
RENT ��� BIGHT-
fully modern; cen-
Address   917   Fifth
FOR SALE���General store and build-1
ing cn acre lot; house over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. It., and
Dominion Express agencies; neat-
New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
city. tf.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:oo a. m Daily except Tuesdaj
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily:
11:30 p. m   Daily I
SS.   Iroquois   Sunday   nights   and:
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday'
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Jan. 7, 21., Feh. 18
TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p,  m	
Jan.  10, 2 1;   Feh. 7, 21.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
S:30 a. m Kvery Thursday
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.
11. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
nYourCoaSBill
Use a Ourney-Oxford
range and save 20 per cent.
f your coal
bill.
own
Thc "Chancellor1: sn
here is thc finest steel range
made by thc well known
Gurney - Oxford Ct impany.
There's r.o better t > be had
in the country. Made in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range < n the market, with every late device
f>r economy and convenience.
Material is the best to be
had, inside and out, With
or without reservoir on
either end. Guard cn ash
d i ,r. Brace 1 even bottom.
Drop d ii r. :-. warming closet. Divi le 1 t ven flue, t i
i l ur ven ' kin Br i -
er top. Therm mt tc r on
i ven d ior if desired. Ma li
: :al or wood.    Besides
Toronto, Jan. 15.���A special to the
; Telegram from Washington yesterday
! Ba>s:
The reciprocity negotiations are
progressing. Tbere is the word of no
'less a person than Philander Knox for
it. "We are working away," said the
secretary of state, "and aro getting
along all right."
i     Mr. Knox, in fact, was rather pleas-
'ed with himself and with things generally,    li  is not conceivable that he
; would   experience  any  extraordinary
t.n
. atun
VThe OX
FN    ( L
FOU SALK���CHANCE FOU POUT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
Fcnw house, In very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 20S Front
street. City.
FOR
SALE-
-OX   1
3ASY  TKK.MS,
SIX
roomed ho
���ise and two lots-
li se
to
tram.   1
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iate possession.
Ap-
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t Owner
, Box
270. City,
FOU SALK OR RENT BV OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B, C.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
TO  RENT���A  FLAT.     APPLY  MRS.
II. Nelson, 017 Fifth avenue.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COU
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
ROOM TO KKXT���A comfortable fui
nl.''efl  hedrnom   suitahle   for   twe
gentlemen.   Apply at 2.13 8th St.
TO LET���FURNISHED UOOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp hlock, corner
Oo'i'M-H--  'o-nei aud Clarkson
We Have It!
The famous Wellington
RSMG UP 56
Before your bin is Empty
Westminster Coal (Yy
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Off] o, Corner Columbia ?*nd Sixth Sts.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
will keep v-'-r lire .rir.j cl lowesl possible
(o^l (or fu'-l. Will save al tetat 20 prr ctnt,
ol th* coi'l you i ow use oad will lake til
c ok ind i dura 'j;; liio cbli a ������
V >"':. ' d
;--��� i a Gum-   -��� >xf rd     '   ���:
:     ���    .       from  your
c i iki  ���*
I, |   .    (iTlonJltmtO     (o   ;���; 'l     (h ���
.'   .    ;, d tho other * iiiraey-
ixf ird p tints nf .- iperioritv.    ' c   h
-1 ��� ��� f tr     1 r- c ' *      ^: -
u|g i  sh > v   y m  other   Our:     ���' 'x   rd
Bl i.   iand r ng< s f r   \  i        - ���        ind
f ir   i'iv ;. ad of fuel     '   id
mr flo ��r? all tho ���
i;. ���     ��� iqn    ,-.,!     with    \he    b -
known, 1     I    I lm
all Din .'11 And <],. ii cow���I rtboj |
of your liockctljuok.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.l
631   Columbia   Street.
ilo. rec of happiness over anything in
ithe nature of a Canadian triumph, for
which reason his assurance conveyed
no special satisfaction from the Canadian Standpoint. As a matter of fact,
the announcement of the secretary of
suite was not echoed by either of the
Canadian  ministers,
Tho week has seen the conference
pass its most critical sta. e. The
United States position, as originally
laid down, was pul before the Canadian government at Ottawa In September, With that position in mind
the Canadian government accepted
the pressing invitation of President
Taft to Bend delegates to Washing! in.
When the delegates gol there the
', l'nited States unexpectedly shifted
.round, or rather undertook t" materially widen the Bcope of the negotiations, Incidentally revealing their
real purpose, namely, to obtain at bargain rates a tinner footing for United
States manufacturers in the Canadian
market.
The Canadian delegates balked al
this but finally agreed to a working
basis (or further negotiations
Why   was   the  scope   wider.ed?     The
answer of the Democrats Is that thel
governmenl of the United States,
which read the Bigns of November
last rightly enough is seeking to t >ol ;
the people Of Xew England by a pretended willingness to revise the tarin
downwards in spots, while at the
Bame time the chan^ es propose I are
such thai the senate is sure to rejeel
them. The people bave '-messed the
same wav. The situation today U
this: Tie United States negotiates
; with a tariff mar. in of IT \ ia- cenl i i
the good;   margin  which  is scarcelj
likely  to  ho  Wiped  out   no mailer  },,;;
far the bargain extends. The United
States demands access to Canadian
markets for l'nited states manufactures and offers in return   to accept
Isomethlng that they (the United
States)   havo  found  they  cannot   do
[Without, foodstuffs for the great con.
] Rested urban districts of the east,
Opera house next Thursday. "Honeymoon Trail" was written hy those
clever writers, Hough, Adams and
Howard, a trio who have contributed
ten musical successes of thu lirst order to the contemporaneous American
stage, it contains more comedy and
more catchy music than any ol the authors' other efforts, and was fittingly
described by the Chicago Tribune . s
"a   play   with  a  thousand  laughs."
This season's company is a notable
one, containing Buch well-known and
high-salaried performers as Louis Kelso, Fred Wyckoff, Arline liolin... Carl
Qeorge and Clara Dalton, together
wilh many oilier principals of lessor
I prominence. The chorus is a feature,
and consists of thirty of the shapeliest and handsomest girls ever sees
with a "road" attraction. "Xed Way-
burn's Dancing Brownies," the famous
��� septette of "dancing broilers," are a
distinct novelty. The music of
"Honeymoon Trail" Is of the "whistle-
ahle" kind, and is usually heard on
the streets of every city which the attraction visits for many weeks after
Its engagement,
Seat sale opens Tuesday, January  17.
DOCTORS FAILED.
RESTOREDJJY PERuNl
Catarrh of the Lungs
Threatened Her Iif.
Miss Ninette I- irter, Bralntree y,
mont, writes: "I have been curedbt
Peruna. ^
" l   bud several  hemorrhages ()f
lungs.   The dootors did not heln "
much and would never havecur��ln
'���I   saw  a  testimonial   in  a p�����,
""ill
hlmanaa Ot :i case similar tomtna ,
, '""Saul
. commenced using it.
"1   was  not  ahle   to   wait  0��� m     '
. le n I began using it.   i ;���.,,.��� .
.lowly at first, but I could Bee that
Tas helping me.
"After I had talron It a wl llelcom,
monced to raise up a btrlngy, Btickv
-i.s-ui-.ee fr i.i my lungs. ThUgrew
! ws and less In quantity m 1 cuutm^
tho trcalmonc.
"I grcv more fleshy than Ih&dbeq
for a 'CE_ lime, and now 1 call mvseli
we.l."
Ask your Druggist for a Free Pt
Almanac for 1911.
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HECTOR  McCAIG
nager.
Thursday Jan. 19
"They're Laughing Yet in Chicago"
Kelly   and   Fitzgerald
PRESENT
The Merriest of Musical Comedies
lOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in t&e
board room. City Hail, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the intra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. Xew members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
���HONEYMOON    TRAIL.
BY
ADAMS, HOUGH AND HOWARD
WITH
Louis Kelso���Fred Wyckoff
50
AND
Singer?,   Comedians
and  Dancers
50
Production, in detail, as presented for 225 consect
tive performances at the La Salle theatre, Chicagi
"Honeymoon    Trail."   the    biggi
brightest, wittiest and most melodious
of all the LaSalle theatre (Chicago)
musical comedy successes, and a sister jday to "A Stubborn Cinderella."
is ihe attraction at  the Westminster
TO  RENT.
TO KENT ��� NEW SEVEN-ROOM
house. Apply corner Seventh avenue
and Fourteenth street.
Water Consumers
As it is reported that a number of
citizens are allowing tlieir water taps
to run during cold nights, citizens are
hereby notified and requested to refrain from doing so. if any. are detected in persisting after this notice,
other means will have to he used.
J, S, BRYSON,
Chairman Water Committee.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL     $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, England, New York. Chicago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available wltt
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of Jl and upward,
aiid interest allowe'. at 3 per cent, per
annum   tpresent rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
GirJher & Gardiner
Room
Phone
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
S, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
661 Residence Phone 133
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street. New Westminster. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, 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.
New Westminster Elections
All accounts against Mr. T. J. Trapp
should be forthwith sent to Mr. R.
Churton, Blackie block, New Westminster.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear ,of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
22
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
O. O. F.   AMITY   LODGE   NO.   27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Follows' 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.O., recording secretary;
.1. W. MacDonald, financial secre-
*an
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
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. 97).
17:05���From  Vancouver.     (No. 96),
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To Vancouver, Seattle, Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal   (No   98).
17:50���To Agassiz nnd Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
The first "Chantecler"   dance ever staged.      |
That impressionable beauty chorus���None of their
twenty���None of them married
Ned Wayburn's Dancing Brownies
(Original Double Sextette of Dancing Broilers I
P.S.���The show that set all Vancouver laughing
��� season.
last
Seats  on  sale   at   Mckenzie's
Prices $1.00,  75c,  50c.
Watch for the "Little Bee"
wc want to tell you about this Chan:
ThlhBest Batker
in Carta cf a
A good oven is the housekeeper's delight
poor one i.-; tho despair of her life.    That':; why
���llor.
A special divided flue mali s
thc oven a perfect baker.
Th re i i not a range in the
country can heat it.
Baking day  instead  oi  being a
tri il and n disappointment i'- a pleasure
Bati faction.
'     Come in thc ston when you're down
town and let us explain to you just how thi    flao  distribute!)
whole oven.    Bakes in front jur.t as
as upper.
II. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass, Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
heal   evenly over the
is back -un L-r era;;
well
means a marked
Chancellor not on
other ranges.
in fuel
y does its
saving
, and hotter baking results.     The
work better but at less cost than
th
e whole
Wc can demonstrate to you
and efficiency in ten minutes.       ^^^^^^^^
Isn't it w.< rth that much of your time right
uperior Chancellor principle of economy
Thc Chancellor is made for either
of every sort, fi r everv purpose and
Special dcmouslralion now.
now
coal or wood.   Other Gumny-Oxford designs
all kinds of fuel,  on display on our floor.
(gun���!!
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
681 Columbia Street
X^f-
OCBCPEBS
���JBSJ* MONDAY, JANUARY  16, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRBS.
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THE MORNING PAPER
111
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I is the only effective medium
for advertising your goods to
get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and' sales are immediately
made. The first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published in the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper, of New Westminster
v��:
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY   1(3,  19)1
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily Xews Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
played by the Britisli government to
move In this direction. But there is
undoubtedly a growing disposition on
tlie part of the English people to secure a nearer and more advantageous
trading relationship with Canada,
whilst the masses of the people are
beginning   to   show   a   friendly   inter-
E. A. Paige Managing Director   0;?1  jn ,],js important  question and to
comprehend what such a relationship
would   really  mean  to  Great   Britain
4 'and the empire at large.    The forth-
___j*�� coming colonial conference will, in all
  | probability,   give   a   considerable   lm-
~~ " I petus   to   the   movement,   and    even
MONDAY. JANUARY   16,  1911.       \aome ;u.tual result  may accrue therefrom.
If the policy of preference were
adopted with Canada an imperial
agreement on the same lines would be
almost certain to follow. Towards
the day when so valuable an influence
towards an impregnable imperial unity will be attained loyal Canadians
look forward hopefully.
FOR THE NEW COUNCIL.
are
over,
our alder-
once,    and
to
he
much
I     for
Now that the elections
there is one matter that
men should deal with at
that is the audit.
In the first place Mr. Cotsworth
���was employed at forty dollars a day,
after J1800 had been paid him, and
the council naturally did not want to
so cn at the rate of $40 per diem ad
infinitum, Mr. Cotsworth stated that
lie would finish the work for nothing.
Mr. Cotsworth should  be  invited
the  first   council    meeting,    and
ahould   be   asked   as   to     how
longer   he   is   willing   to     wo
nothing.
Wo do not think any one should do
any work without remuneration for
"the laborer is worthy of his hire."
Mr. Cotsworth should also be ashed
as to the sending out in book form, a
couple of days before the election, of
the  audit   as published   in  tlie press.
.Mr. Cotsworth, on being asked
representative of the  News,
authority the    book    was
stated that it was liis own
payers naturally want to know
���was a purely philanthropic action of
Mr. Cotsworth, and if the publication
and postage are bein
own pocket.    We want  this information more especially as Mr. D. S. Curtis so lowered himself in the eyes of
hundreds of the electors    when    be
stated  in  reference    to    Mr. Trapp s
candidature that   "There  must be    a
hig campaign fund somewhere;  it. is
not  hard to guess    where    it comes
from," an insinuation as malicious as
it was false.   We arc in a position to
Lni.v.- that Mr. Trapp's expenses were
THE    POSITION    OF    WOMAN.
An interesting article on the present day position of woman is contributed to Harper's Bazaar. The writer
observes that "time was when the
woman of forty-live and over had little place in the world's accounts. She
was, in the pathetic phrase "no longer
young." Youth was a woman's asset;
today age and experience are coming
into their time of appreciation.
"In  every city and every  commonwealth the men of ability and wealth
are  too  busy  attending  to  the  problems of business aud finance to give |
time to the city's more human and intimate problems.    The men of lesser
ability, willing to take the small salaries and jobs of the city politician,
are  not  capable  of  doing thing's  as
they should be done.    Not graft., but
Incompetency, causes most failure and
paid out of liis  inefficiency in public work. The charities of every city,  unable  to get the
important  man, have taken the next
best   tiling���the    important   wpman.
The   result   has    been    Illuminating.
There  is hardly a city   today  where
some  woman, or group of women, is
not  of  high  prominence   and  importance  in  unofficially helping  forward
the  solution   of  municipal   problems.
The city looks to them, as the Teutonic tribes did to tlieir 'wise women'
_ a
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Tons,   7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturday,
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection al Prince Rupert   for Stewart,    s. s. "Prince   U-
bert" will leave Prince Rupert January 20tb for Port _,,,.
Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jodway, etc
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago ;,���,|
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toi onto, Montreal, Portland, Boston
.Niagara Falls, New  Vork, Philadelphia, Baltimore and  Washington, '
Herat uie, and all  int
For tickets, time tables, Illustrated
apply to
HARRY Q. SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet.
527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.   Phone 7100. Pho
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
ormaii.i
L. V. DRUCE,
Commercial Af
100.
9
Made from cream of tartar derived |t
so!e!y frcm  grapes, the most  deli- |
ciouj and healthful cf all fruit acids. &
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by a
on what
published,
The rate-
if this
The Roberts
Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
"Tlie Honeymoon Trail," at the
Opera House on Thursday evening.
Mr Contractoi; When you aie
building a house, l< t us figure on the
wiring and fittings, our motto Is
good work and when you want it.
Also let us tell you how to save 70
l er cent, of your 1 iuht bills. We can
do it. Repair and trouble work given
prompt  attention,
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
[Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so. may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Hank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bunk.
ing organization.
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entirely  contributed    by    loyal    supporters, and  moreover  that  his   (Mr,
Trapp's)  expenses    could    not    have
reached a tenth of Mayor Lee's, if the
publication   of  the   audit   is   included,
:ind excluding that, a fifth, taking the
t'iti/.en  into account,  with its caricaturist at a large salary and staff working overtime.    However, perhaps M.\
Curtis can tell us whether it was not
Mr. Lee he ha! In mind when he talked about a campaign  fund, and  per-
ba] s he may be equally    clever    at
guessing    where it    came from.    No,
Mr. Curtis, thla was a  blow beneath
the belt and absolutely  uncalled  for.
'However,   this   is digression,    the
ratepayers want  to  know  if the  a;>
%K)intmeut  of  Mr.    Cotsworth    at    a
--.alary- -oi forty dollars per day In tho
first instance  was  legal,  whether    a
bylaw shoul! nc/t lmve been submitted, and out ni what f :nds the amount
was pal ', au i f irthermore, if there is
i  time  limit   cn  his    services,    and
whether he e "tests Xew Westminster
���to pay him a 3 ;rn In the neighborhood
"��f ?Mioo. same as he told us, the provincial government did.
These matters should be cleared up
immediately by the incoming council
so that the citizens of N'ew Westmin
ster may know where they stand, and
what to expect.
of old.
Rural Districts
I Jewelry
Hold [lections
i Continued from Page One.)
I!.���John  Lawson   (acclama-
III.���Jack  Loutet.
IV.���T.   A.   Allan
IMPERIAL    RECIPROCITY.
Reciprocity is very much in the air
just now. Canada's plenipotentiaries
!iav��- lieen warmly welcome! and entertained nt Washington whither they
bave gone with a view to arranging
new terms for a commercial treaty
with our neighbors on the south.
There is quite a difference of opinion
among those Interested in Canadian
industrial and commercial affairs as
to'the possible advantages that may
accrue from a reciprocal treaty with
the United States, but we believe the
majority of people regard any opportunity for more intimate commercial
relations as likely to be for the general good of this country.
Now comes the intelligence that. Mr,
Fisher, premier of Australia, has dispatched a message to the Canadian
government, inviting the Dominion to
enter Into negotiations for a reciprocity treaty on the same lines as that
now existing between this country
aind New Zealand. There need be Utile doubt as to Canada joining heartily in the proposal. The movement
towards closer commercial relationship between the three most brilliant
-gems of the Hritish Empire auguis
well for imperial solidarity. To make
the bond complete there will only re-
*inire. the attachment cl the mother
���country herself, How soon a much-
to-bedesirod relationship may be accomplished it is at present difficult to
say.
_N/> disposition ban 80 far been dls-
Ward
tlon.).
Ward
Ward   IV.���T.  A.   Allan    (acclamation).
Ward  V.���Harry  Bridgemau   (acclamation i.
Ward  VI.���Ward.
Scliool Trustees Elected���J. Y. Mc
Naught. J.76;  T. S. Nye, 211,
All the bylaws car.ied with large I
majorities.
South    Vancouver.
For Reev(���Pound, 1114; Dickie, I
1009;  majority for Pound, 125.
Councillors���Ward 1, Todrick, 222; I
Lender. 88; majority for Tod tick, 134.
Ward II.��� Dickinson. "14; Wemkin, I
147;   majority for Dickinson, 167.
Ward    III.���Macdonald,    213;     Seymour, 2n'i: majority for Macdonald, 13,
Ward IV.���Third, 362; Walden, 182;
majority for Third, 180.
Ward V.���Burgess, 235;  Balrd, 127;
; majority  for  Burgess,  108.
Scliool trustees���Spencer Robinson,!
1034: Fleming, 787; Whelpton, 747, !
Chappell, 74:': Gothard, 588. The first1
three  were elected.
The   Annexation   Plebiscite.
For annexation   1914
Against        200 )
Majority   for      714
Point   Grey.
Reeve���Frank     Bowser     (acclamation).
Ward   I.���Joseph   H.   Locklin    (acclamation).
Ward  II.���A.   W.  Cruise    (acclamation).
Ward    III.���<
clamation),
Ward IV.���S.
tion).
School Trutees���W. F. Stewart
J. A. Baton  (acclamation).
Delta.
Reeve���.1.   Oliver   (acclamation).
Councillors���W.   A.   Kirkland,   123;
Chlrs.   Brown,  122;   II,   Benson,   110;
William I'ypus. 107:  P. Swenson, 90.
Richmond.
Reeve���W.  Bride  I acclamation).
Ward I���J. Miller (acclamation).
Ward    II.���J.     McCallen    (acclamation).
War!   III.���II.   Fentiman   (acclamation).
Ward IV.���M. Gay  (acclamation),
tion).
Ward  V.���F.  N.    Trites    tacclama-
Sehool    Trustees���W.    T.    Easter-
brook, W. Tilton (acclamation).
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
ChambeHin's
THE
JEWtkER
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
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HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and  Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone  550.
avings
Interest is paid on
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
"'���'siness Accounts opened
oa  favorable   terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
(ac-
'.   B.   Richardson
E. Churchill lacclama-
auil
WESTMINSTER   OPERA   MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,  MANAGER.
Tuesday Jan. 17
THAT BEAUTIFUL AND REALISTIC COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE
The Cli
���max
ONE YEAR WEBER'S THEATRE,   NEW   YORK  CITY.
SIX   MONTHS GRAND OPERA HOUSE, CHICAGO.
PRESS COMMENTS.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. Uate Hospital
.i1:; Townsend ct. Maternity
and non-cnntaulous medical
cases accepted. Terms from
*10 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 75a.
NEW    WESTMINSTE, ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
Se*1
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
Westminster
Room
Phone
14,
711.
Trust   Block.
Box  160.
"Joseph Weber found a gem
of purest ray serene when he
discovered "Tlie Climax."���N.
Y Times.
"Such a dramatic atmosphere
Is a positive telief."���N. V.
Telegraph.
"An unusual play witli music
that is effective."���N. Y. Sun.
"A genuine and  novel treat."
���N. V. World.
Scat
sale Saturday,
Prices
January 11. al  Mackenzie's.
-Sl, 7.1c and BOc.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Con-
rrete and Modern lluilding Construction.    Telephone 806.
Room   13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'���die* Ttions  lift.      nam  'Pious 11?
C��lumbls Street
P-tagage   dell.ered   promptly   :i
any  part of tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
gent*'    open faC*
Watches,  Rents' open   case,
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc.,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Gold Watcjes for Ladl.-s from .12.78
��P.
Silver Watches,
���6.00.
Silver
���7.50 up.
Agent     for    Waltham   and     f.ig.*.
Watehv?s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
, Your Chickens Lay.
For nil kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
leave orders
at
COFFEE   AT  $200   A   CUP.
Cost
Three Boston Letter Carriers
That to Drink It.
Boston, Jan. 16.���There is great indignation among the letter carriers
force at the Boston postofflce because
three of their number , John F. Newman, Joseph Nehir and John Cleary,
were fined $2iii) each for going into a
lunch room after their first delivery
one cold morning and remaining long
enough to drink a cup of coffee. Tlie
official charge is "loitering while on
duty." The trio were seen by an in-
siector, who timed them and reported
to his superiors.
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
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
COAL
New|
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. F. M. Domlny, Pro.
near Tbe Dally News Co., (HID Vlotorla
Street.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
neg pardon: I take It for granted
that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would change your mind. Actno
ls ln a class by Itself. Once tried���
always used.
Our special champagne Is a wj��,ie['
You ought to try a case for CnrlK'
inns ! Price $1.26, case nnd hollies to
bo returned.
Factory:   Simpson Street.
Offloo:   304 Columbia Street.
Tel. 689. New Westminster,
B.C. MONDAY,  JANUARY   16,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE WML*, *
Rev. C. W. Brown Defines
Stand of Church of Rome
(Continued tram Pa. e One.)
���������������������������*���������������������
* ���
ay BRITISH     FOOTBALL. ���   ,,      . , -,  , ,
* T the two doctrines so Irreconcilable.
* ��. *. - *. - a. a. a. a. - m.    2     Mr. Brown then proceeded to con-
*,*.*.*>44*44444444 ��� ��� ; ,nlsl  wlth  ,his ,,���.  i>, 0testanl, or be
London, Jan.  15.���Following    were Prefera '" ,al1 '' ""' Evangelical con-
,!���.' results yesterday    of    the    flrst ception of Christianity as a spiritual
round of the EngllBh P. A. cup games,
the games between Woolwich Arsenal
and Clapton Orient being postponed:
New Brompton 0, Bradford City l.
Chelsea 0, Leydon 0.
Derby County 2, Plymouth Argyle 1.
Bolton Wanderers 0, Chesterfield -.
Middlesborough l, Glossop 0,
Leeds  City   1,  Brighton  and     Hove
Albion 3,
Watford ii, Barnsley 2.
Sheffield    Wednesday    1,    Coventry;
City 2.
Southend     United     1,     Blackburn
Rovers 3.
Sheffield l'nited 0, Darlin. ton 1.
Grimsby    Town    3,    Croydon    Common 0.
Tottenham    Hotspur    2,    Mlllwal!
Athletic 0.
Norwich City ',',, Sunderland 1.
Brentford 0, Preston North End l.
Birmingham l, Oldham Athletic 1.
Brentford f>, Queen's Park  Kan. ers
power emanating from Cod and ex-
Isting as re. ards the Individual within  himself, and    setting    aside    to a
[ gieat degree tlie Church as an organization.
The    Church    as    an    organization
might he set aside largely,    existing
| merely as it was etlicieni in spreading the gospel and differing in form
from century to century as this object
I of efficiency was more readily realized.
Joseph  Martin  en  Route.
Winnipeg,  Jan,  15.���Joseph   Martin,
M.   P..  is  in  St.   Paul  this afternoon.
He will arrive here on Sunday morn
lng on his way to Vancouver.
St.
from
Bromwich    Albion
Fui-
;
Wesl
ham  1.
Stoke 1, Manchester 2.
Swindon Town 3, Notts County 1.
Liverpool 3| Gainsborough Trinity -.
Clapton     Orient Woolwich     Arsenal
postponed,
Exeter City 0, Burnley 2.
Blackpool i, Manchester l'nited 2.
Newcastle United 0, Bury 1.
Bristol Rovers 2, Hull City 0.
Westham l'nited :', Notts Foresl
Leicester Fosse 3, Sum hampton l
crystal Palace 0, Everton l.
Portsmouth  1. Aston Villa 4.
Wolverhampton Wanderers
ci Inpton 0.
Bristol City 1, Crewe 0.
Northampton ���">, Luton 1.
Many Deaths from Plague.
Petersburg, Jan. 15.���Dispatches
Harbin say that 150 fatal cases
of bubonic plague occur there daily in
tCe Chinese quarter. Scenes recalling
the Middle Ages in Europe are enacted.
WATER   NOTICE.
0.
Ac-
.NEW    SWIMMING    RECORD    IS
MADE    IN  AUSTRALIA
. dney, N S. V*���, Jail. I.v ��� LMg.
wo ��� i, the N''-' South Wni.-s [ ..,���!,
mer, yesterday clipped 3 flfid  i-t
cm. Daniels' record for 132
��� . making the dii tani e In 17 mln-
and 12 seconds.   Daniels' record
ol IT minutes, I." 4-5 Beconds was
��� tde in New York City, February ir..
i".     He  made  Blxty-flve  turns  In  a
.ongworth in competition finished
...nds in advance of Cecil  Healy.
e Australian holder of the amateur
ird  lor 100  .Muds  in  open   water,
I  who in turn  was one yard ahead
F  E, Beaurepace, of Victoria, hold-
��� amateur record for 1000   yards
open water.
CHAMPION   GOTCH
IS  STILL  STALLING
i, Jan. 15.��� 1 am not crazy
���  ck Into the game, bul 1 will
���   i! ickenschmldl if he can first
��� bj bzco an.l Mahmout,"   said
: ink    Gotch,    retired    hea\ ywelght
m wrestler, today.
notch's    announcement    occasioned
I ich  surprise,  us   it     was     supposed
wrestling days were over lol-
���in.' the edict Issued a week ago by
la  fiancee,  now  his  wife, that   under
p consideration  should  he  return  to
ie mat.    Hackenschmidt    is only   a
i dl icre     performer,    according   to
tch.    "Dr.  Holler ls the only really
i st class wrestler he ever beat," said
otoh,  "and   Holler   is   forty     pounds
Miter   than   the   Russian.     Let   him
throw the other men in Ills elass. and
I hen   1   will   talk  business  with  him."
Patricks with Nel��on.
Nelson, -Ian. IB.���In a game played
nder eastern rules with three periods
I   twenty  minutes.   Nelson's    hockey
[team defeated Grand Forks by a score
Lf seven goals to four last  night. Les-
her and  Frank Patrick  were on
e for the local clul) and    played
.star game. 	
DIE8 WHEN  PENNILESS.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a
license in the Texada division of New
; Westminster district.
ia i The name, address and occupation of the applicant, Nels Persson,
of Ilelsingborg, Sweden, manufacturer; lb.) The name of the lake,
stream or some iif unnamed, the description is) two draws coming together near the middle of the northern boundary of lot 9, Texada. thence
flowing    or    r.eeping    northward    125
j feet across lot 12, to Blubber Bay;
'���'i Th.e point of division, af the
junction of 'hose two draws and the
Isprfrigfl therein on lol 9; (d.i The
��� otity cf fffiiv" applied for (in cubic
��m per second)   .04s pubic feet; (e.)
The character Of lhe proposal works.
'" a lime atid cement business, u p0ru'����
of the planl whereof hu*. bfien already
erected; if.) The premise* 65 which
the water ft to be used (describe
same), lol 9, Texada; (g.) Th.e purposes for which the water is to be
used, steam for manufacturing pur-
poses; ij.i Area of crown land In-
tended to he occupied by the proposed
work, mine: (kl This notice was
pasted on the 23rd day of September,
1910, and application will be made
to the commissioner on the 23rd day
of October, 1!H". (I, Give the name
and addresses of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose
lands are likely to be affected by tho
proposed wicks, either above cr below
fhe outlet. II. W. Trent, care Barns 8
Walked), solicitors. Vancouver. B. C,
and the Pacific Lime Co., Ltd.. 104
Winch building, Vancouver B, c.
N. PERSSON,
By Ms agent, 11. IV Newkirlc.
Vnn Anda,  B.  C.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
the
a
New Westminster Land   District.  Dis-
trist ot New Westminster.
Take notice that Edward Hawkins,
of Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the beach on the east side of the
Agamemnon channel and Joining T. L.
No. 41966 on the noith side and marked Fdward Hawkins; S. W. corner,
tlience K 60 chains to line of limit
No. 39713, tlience N. ��!0 chains along
line to beach, thence south and west
along beach to place of commencement and containing SO acrea more or
less.
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMBS A LEWIS*. Agent.
November L'S, lOlu.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Chemist,    Penniless.   Has   Expensive
Meal Then Shoots Himselt.
Tacoma, .lan. 15.���After eating   an
elaborate  supper,  followed  by  an  expensive dgar, A. B. Shelledy, an ex-
pc-t chemist from Colorado, who had  scribed lands
reached  the end of  his  financial
irees and did not have a cent
calmlv shot  himself
New Westminster Land District. DIs-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Cecil Klllam, of
Vancouver, H. C.', occupation barrister
at law, Intends to apply for permis
sion   to   purchase  the   following   de
sou
lis   pockets.
re- Commencing at  a  post   planted on
In the beach  about   l1.   miles  northeast
to from  Fgmont  Point, Jervls Inlet, and
death In the Annex cafe of Commerce marked   "C.   Kl'lam's   Northwest   Cor-
s   ce     at    one      o'clock      yesterday ner."   tlience  east   20  dm ns,  thence
mornina    He had searched    through south   20   chains,   thence   west    20
the cities  of the  Northwest   for    em- chains, more or less, to beach, tlience
ployment,  but had  failed  to  find    an north   along   bench   to  place  cf  com-
opening      This   is   believed   to    have mencement   and   containing   40   acres
been the reason for hls act, although more or leas
letter,  wllich  he    left    for    the
press,'tie"declared tear of tuberculosis
l he cause.
CECIL Hll,LAM.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agent
Dated  November 39, 1010.
"AI IT HERE sntCE .?W.'
ffiwTjgff
���*&mmmcc Now!
We want evayoaeto tow
fyat we are paying -
c~4�� IuTerestr^
pcrannuw cre3"itfi irfft. f
on savings ^cposita^l0-?
& upward) subject loWithdrawal br cheque &-
^ 5�� Inters
on Me deposits of*
SiMnontb & wet ���*
We invest moncf forrtients
in first morses 5 fo a
general ffnarcial business.
We want Your savings acctit
& if you are not savinj. *
systematically,'* ���+���-*--*���
Commerce NOW WithUS.
Deposits \rf mail ^^
*t^ easily ha itfl ed ���
Youcansetic) by Draft,
Post Gfftcc + Cypress
Order or Re^istereo^
Letter & withdrawals
can be mailed ��� -��~^ ���
���*��� ��any way youwteti.
Ware Responsible
or To anyone.\a*
VM0uvreR;
WriTcusabouT Uto-Jay
Bp Sm! I!!!
"21 Gamble Street, 1
HOT CAKES
for breakfast
Olympic self-
rising pancake
flour, with the
genuine, eastern
maple syrup is
just what you
want.
Pancake Flour
25c. per pkg.
Maple Syrup
tins from 25c. to
$1.75
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
tnDM^'.^1"^ SHINGLES. SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telechone   12 New Westminster Box  137
LOOK MERE!
Five Roomed House
on Eighth avenue, near Twelftn street car line.
Price, $1680.
Lot 66x132 feet, with lane and stable in rear.
Terms, $560 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
620 COLUMBIA ST.
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We Furnish Your
Home Complete
t*~m
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���_t.SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718  COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
59--Pt10NES--���>91
LWe are reducing our stock of
Heating Stoves
See our line and get prices before
buying.
Bv.
Price's
Cr@am
PoWder
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd,
New Westminster, B. C.
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no phosphatic acid.
There is never a question as to the absolute
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it raises.
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���INSURANCE AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES IN REGULAR LICENSED   COMPANIES.
If you think you are paying too much  for  your   insurance,   consult   me.
SEASONABLE REMEDIES
Lee's Plasters, Bryson's Coquitlam Compound,
Johnston's Liniment,       Gray's Syrup Spruce Gum,
Lynch Cigars,    Henley's Soda,   Dodd's Kidney Pills
Campbell's Cathartic Compound
- AT       ���������������������
Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE  57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
SSTi&S FTTTINGS j
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL     KINDS     0��      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
��� J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
t    WORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Cerllne. PHONE 473     jj
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MY BUSINESS
Agencies  at:���
Vancouver, Victoria, Prince
Rupert, Nelson and Quesnel
Fire.. Liability. Live. Stock.
Lirr.,AcciDtiNT, Motor Boat.
Aiiinnoniix,  Plate Oiass,
MARINt. AND AM. OTHER KINDS
or Insurance placed at better
RATES THAN OTHERS WRITE * 4
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SCt-iDTT,
'letmeqcotl
'you my rates
JHfflr Westminster. B.C
Agenclet at: ���
Chilliwack, Mission, Haney,
Langley, Abbotsford, etc.
FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, Plastered and
in good condition; on Edmonds street and tram
line. Side-walks, electric light and water. Opposite school.   Price, $ 1600.
Terms $900 cash; balance, $20 a month
without Interest.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address, 622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists PAQE SIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY   16,  1911.
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WOMEN MAY SMOKE
IN SOME HOTELS
Opinion Divided in Toronto
as to Propriety of Their
Doing So.
TINIEST WOMAN
IS CUPID'S VICTIM
Railway Time  Tabl
Visits London for Wedding
Outfit for Her Twenty-Six
Inches Height.
His Masters 'Vblce"
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ADVAKCE
(Now on Sale)
CORDS
FOR   FEBRUARY        (Now on Sale)
Here are come of the latest and best offerings :
lfl-incli Doublr-Sided Record* (90c. for Ihe two)
16.f.HJ. "It Happens in Many Families"...Billy Murray
���'That Dreiutiy Barcarolle Tunc". ..    Ada Janet
l6.r>S7. "Slop. Stop. Snip" Elvia Morris
"Sons of thc Chappie" Sai. M. Wills
10-inch Single-Sided Records (75c. each)
SS07. "Oh. That Mtxmlii.it Glide"    McCrtr Von Tilttr
Collins ana Hatlan
5S0O. "I. trams. Just Dreams" Rerltn-Snyder
KeinalJ \V trrnirath, Ilaritone
(With Orchestra)
New Red Seal Record*. John McCormacU, Tenor.
(10-inch, $1.25)
64,153   "Pear t.ittte Shamrock" Cksny
(.��. I s 4   "My Lagan Love" It arty
A n old Scotch siitig hy Qeorffa Hamilton (with orchestral
74.201. "Turn Ye  to Me" OU Scokh
Turpi* Label Recorda
Thc First Successful Harp Record. .Ada Soisoli, Harpist
(12-inch, fl.SO)
70.027. "Pricre���Valse de Concert" llasitlman
DID YOU HEAE THE RECORDS BY THE COLDSTREAM OT7ABDS BAND T
THEY ARE TOO GOOD TO MISS!
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Berliner Gram-o-phone Company, Limited   -   -   Montreal
SOLD IN U.S.A. BY VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO.
���    GO   TO
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
For Victor Berliner Gramophones
and Records
Machines from $31 .OO to $250.00
419 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Tha problem of women smoking is
nol one thai Is worrying the people ot
the west, The question Beems to have
come nil in the east, and the Toronto
Telegram deals with it In iis newB
columns as follows:
The hotel men of this city are not a
unit as regards the propriety, nol to
say desirability of women guests being allowed to smoke In their houses,
it is the same In other cities, Nowhere .ui this continent can women
boast of "equal (smoking) rights" i>t-
in.   cbncedod by all mine hosts.
Recent dispatches from New York
showed thai one of the oldest and
ui<ist conservative hotels >���! Gotham
had decided to allow women to smoke
in its lobby if they wished, and, onlj
the other day the leading hotel in
Montreal was announced as having
also lifted the ban. Here and there
women devoted to my Lady Nicotine,
have won out���but not all along the
line.
"l can't Bee but what women have
as much ri. lit tn Bmoke in this hotel
as the men have," said one of the executive staff Of the Kin. Edward,
when questioned regarding the hotel's
rules as to smoking, "The women
may and do Bmoke in our palm room,
and we have never attempted to forbid them. Toronto is a great cosmopolitan city;  it's not a village."
"Would we let women smoke In our
hotel���really. I don't know how to au
Bwer that question," replied Mr. Mo-
daw, one of the owners of the Queen's
hotel. "I have heen around here forty
years, and I have yet to see the woman light a cigarette in a public room
of this hotel. We are now fitting up
a sort of palm room where men will
he allowed to smoke and chat, but I
can't say just what we'll t'.o as regards the women."
"When some woman begins lo
smoke or asks if she may smoke, I'll
he better ahle to answer your ques-
tion," said Mr. Thompson, of the
Prince Qeorge hotel. "I'm frank to
admit, though, that 1 don't see how
we could prevent women smoking if
they  want   to."
The mana. er of the Arlington hotel
was not to he found when the reporter
called, hut the room clerk on duty
ventured to say this:
"We would not allow women to
smoke in this hotel outside their awn
rooms. We never have allowed it and
1 have heard nothing ahout any new
rule."
London, .lan. 15.���One of the smallest women in the woi hi is now sta)
lng lor a lew (lays al the Savoy hotel,
She is only twenty-six ill-lies in
hei. lit, ami her years ale just as
many.
Her name is Mademoiselle Anita,
ami she .comes from Hungary, Sue
is engage.l to be married, and one of
the   objects   of   her   \ Isil   lo   London   Is
to buy her trousseau. Pretty ami \ i-
vacious, she will no doubt make an
exceptionally attractive bride,
"Aparl from her shopping, Made
molselle Anita is here Uu- the purpose
oi arranging a {250,000 Insurance on
her life," her guardian Informed a reporter last night, 'She has learned
from her navels thai London i- aboul
the besl place at wliich to cany on;
such  a   transaction.
"She is mu engaged for exhibition
anywhere, and ii would indeed be a
large offer that would tempi her, Bhe
purposes visiting one or two Other
Hritish cities, and afterward she will
uo on to I'aris. From there she wlll
proceed  to QallciS  to meet   hei1 liam e.
".Mademoiselle Anita speaks four
languages���English, French, German
and Hungarian, She is perhaps the
most perfectly formed lillie person
lhe world has ever seen."
Since coming to London, ">.'Memoi-
selle Anita has heen photographed In
a black evening .own. with one hand
holding her long train and the other
clasping a white feather fan, ami
very dainty she looks.
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B. C. E. R. We��tmln��Ur Branch.
Weak Day Scheoula.
Cars leave Vancouver for .New W
mlnBter at 5:50, 6:50, 7:^u an,] s uo
a.m., and every half hour theream.
until li:S0 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van.
couver at 5:51), 0:20, 6:50, 7:20 a  l
8:00 a.m., and every half hour u
after  uutll  11:00 i>.m.
m
Sunday Schedule.
Cars  leave Vaucouver  ror  New  \\.
minster at 8:00 ami 9:1 0 a ...
every    half    hour    there tftei
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Va
couver at 2:00 a.m., and pverj
hour thereafter until n p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster  al  7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p tn.
Cars  leave  Vancouver at  7 a.m. ;md
every hour until  io p.m.
On Sundays curs leave  Westminster
at  s a in. to  in p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave Vain-oner at
8 a.m. to Id p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
JAPANESE    HUNGER    FOR
NAVAL    EVPENDITURES
Victoria,    .'an.    Va.���The    arrange
ment for an expenditure cf $40,000,
nun for naval increases in Japan is nol
satisfying the Japanese naval authorities, according to news brought by the
steamer Panama Maru today. The
Liberal News Agency, of Tokyo, says'
"Much heartburning now exists in
naval circles anent the failure of the
recent gigantic naval expansion.
When the subject was brought before
the meeting of cabinet members the
naval contingent desired to expand
the naval force with allotments
amounting to 8250.000,1	
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves    New    Westmlnstei
a. tn.. arrives Seattle '���'.: 16 p. tu
Leaves N'ew Westminster 1:02 |
arrives Seattle 7:15 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster ! _���
p. in.;   arrives  Seattle 8:40 p.m
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. in.;  arrives Seattle 6:46 a. in
Leaves Seattle 8:11.1 a.m.; anlvea
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle   12:05  p.  in., a:     ���
N'ew Westminster 5:65 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4:36 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster '.1:2.1 p. m
Leaves Seattle 11:1a p.m; arrlvei
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves  New Westminster daily   ei-
cept   Sunday   from   bridge   pas-.
station  ."..50   p. m.;    arrives  at
Gulchon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves    Port    Guichon    8:00
cer
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a. m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives ,��� Sew
Westminster bridge passenger Btatl D
10:20 u. ill.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING DOMINION LANDS.
The righl to cut limber under
II .-..������ on Berth No. 631, comprising
the follow Ing lan Is iu the Pm, im . :
British  Columbia,  will  be  offen d  ..'
public   a :��� Mon   al    the   ll| set    | i Ice   ��� 1
$4110.110, at :' o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 29th dav oi March next, at
the office cf the Dominion Timber
Agent   at   New   Westminster:
Timher Berth No. 631, sta'e In
the Province of British Columbia. In
Township 5, Range 27, we I ol the
Sixth Meridian, and comprising tha'
portion of the northeast quarter of
Section i I, nol t ov et ed by Bei I hs 423
and -171. and containing an area of So
an ( B,   more  or  less.
A license will not I e Issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the groun I rental for   the    lirst
v eir. hav e been  paid.
The conditions of payment, rate oi
���ental, etc., arc contained in the
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to the
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
! Agent at New Westminster,
P. G. KEYES,
Seci eta .5,
Departmenl of the Interior.
Ottawa. December 23rd, 1910.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   8:10   a.m:   a rives
bridge  passenger  station.  New
minster,    lu: 20    a. m.    daily    e     ���  I
Sunday.
Leaves    New    Westminster
passenger Btatlon 3:50 p.m.;  ���,*
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except S
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of
A I 1 |V8
VANCOUVER PLANS   .
GREAT EXHIBITION
f-* , ,',   ��� r
Passing of Bylaw Clears the
Way for Expenditure of
Money in Project.
Vancouver, Jan. 15.���The exhibition
bylaw has carrieJ. Vancouver's citizens have in this most tangible way
endorsed the proposals that the city
of wlilch they are so justly proud shall i
be known upon the annals of Dominion history as the home of the greatest and best Industrial and agricultural exhibition in the farthest west.
With an additional $11:1,000 with
which to erect further necessary
buildings and effect oilier desirable
Improvements which are In contemplation; with the administration of
the affairs of the assocljt.on ln the
hands of a strong and experienced
board of directors, supplemented by
the addition of six members from a
city council chiefly composed of men
who have in the past shown them-
. elves sympathetic towaid the exhibition movement and above all with the
I eople of Vancouver behind lt the successful Mure of Vancouver's monstc-
exhibition Is assured) u. d^nljeody the
day hus dawned when tU.  tvr,e ol thrt
Vancouver exhibition shall be spread
far and wide.    Such is the optimistic
opinion of President J. J. Miller.
Will   Go   Ahead   at   Once.
Now that this expression of the public's -confidence has been made, and
funds provided as the sinews of war,
it is the purpose of the directorate io
at once form a joint board of works,
composed of old members of the board
ami members of the city counc 1 s
nominees, to be the executive which
shall immediately take in hand the
preparation of plans for the erection
of buildings and the carrying out of
other works which are Included in tho
scheme of this year's operations.
The directors anticipate that all of
these preliminaries will he complete.!
in readiness for an early start on construction as soon as spring opens.
They are anxious to take fui advantage of fine weather, and have all of
the buildings finished several weeks
before the big exhibition opens, In order that they may be entirely free to
devote their whole attention to the arrangements for that undertaking.
The first of the buildings to be
erected will be the extension of 500
feet of the grandstand, as planned. At.
present the building Is only 350 feet
In length. Simultaneously with this
the huge central auditorium will be
commenced. This is by far the most
important item In the scheme of the
association for this year, as It will
serve as an insurance against loss in
the event of the weather cond'tlons
during the fair being unfavorable. In
this bull ling wlll he ami le accommodation for stock judging, and tbe performance  of  the  various   vaudeville
and similar attractions which may be
upon tlie program.
I Success   for   Next  Show.
I The adornment of the grounds With
shrubberies and flower beds wlll also
be taken in hand. In this direction
special attention will be paid to -the
completion of the lawns anJ gardens
between the Industrial Hall and the
site of the skid road. This at piesent
rather barren portion of the grounds
will be transformed Into a restful
vista of floral color and greenery,
when the projected plans are carried
out.
Already a considerable amount of
quiet preparatory work for the second annual exhibition has been done,
chiefly along the lines of advertising,
and in interesting prospective exhibitors in the undertaking. Much sue-
cess has attended the efforts ln the
latter direction anl a number of fine
displays have already been tentatively
arranged.
With the success of last year's effort as the foundation upon which to
plan and build, and with the support
of the citizens of Vancouver behind
them, the directors expect and promise great things for the second annual Vancouver Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition.
During the afternoon residents In the
vicinity noticed a number of dogs
playing with what they thought was .\
bone wrapped in paper, but later
when Mr. Morris made a closer examination lie found that it contained
two-thirds of an infant's heal. He
tor.'- |t to the ofllce of Dr. Campbell,
and after having his belief verified
the case was reported to the police.
Despite a persistent search no further
trace of the remains could he found.
DOGS   PLAYED   WITH
INFANT'S    REMAINS
Kdmonton, Jan. 15.���Part of the
head of an infant, thought by l>r.
Campbell to be'six or eight weeks old.
wns discovered last night by Guard
Mortis of the Edmonton lenltentiary
near  his   house  on   Kennedy   street.
F. C. WRIGHT   SENT   TO
STEILACOOM   ASYLUM
Tacoma, Jan. 16.���Fred C. Wright,
of Seattle, after an examination by a
lunacy commission consisting of Drs.
K. M. Brown and T. P. Smith, has
been committed to the asylum at Stel-
lacoom.
The complaint was made by Mrs.
Wright and the physician attending
Wright, Dr. W. D. Rend. Dr. R. M.
Brown, of the examining board, says:
"Wright has suffered nervous breakdown. He had a hallucination that he
waB possessed of an unlimited supply
of money an.l that he was without .
peer in handling lt. He treated |6j5,-
000 he had borrowed from a Seattle
bank, as a mere bagatelle.
"He was unable to account for the
money, but the bank is sec ned for
tbe amount, I think. Other queer
handling of funds within a short time
aroused the suspicion of his wife and
family.
"His financial manipulations were
weird and he treated thousands of dollars ns the average man would mere
pennies."
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, ami endorsed "Tender
lor three L'tlO yard dump scows for
Vancouver, B.C.," will be received ut
this  office    until   -I   p.m.,  on   Monday,
January 30, 1911, for the construction
of three 260 cubic yard dump scows
for Vancouver, hc.
Plans, specification and form of
contract can be seen and forms of
tender obtained at the offices of II. A.
Bayfield, Esq., Superintendent of
Dredges, N'ew Westminster, B.C., William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C., and on application
to the Postmaster at Vancouver, H. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms Bupplled,
| and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm
must be given.
Ea0h tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to 10 per cent, of the
amount of the tender, which will he
forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fall to complete the work contracted for. If the
tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C, DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January 7, Kill.
Newspapers will not bo paid for
this advertisement if they insert It
without authority from the Department.
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13:00���Vancouver via B, C. E  i:
idaily   exi ept   Sundl
18:00���Vancouver via B, C, E   R
idaily  except  Sunday |   I
8:30���Victoria  via  It. C.  B.  R.
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12:10���All points east and Europe  (dally|     7:3C
23:00���All   points  east
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12:10���Sapperton and
Mills (daily
Sunday)      ..J
20:00���Sapperton and Eraser
mills       idaily      except
Sunday)       I'1'1
2:10��� Coquitlam    idaily    except
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds idaily except
Sunday)       ���
13:30���East Uurnaby and Burquitlam (daily except
Sunday      '
10:00���Tluibet bind,     Strawberry
.tlfllK imd   South   Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       *
10:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island    *
10:00���Annievllle,  Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    *-*'i9
0:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      '
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday      '
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..H-u
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday).."10"
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        1":l"
11:30���Tvnehead    (Tuesday   and _
Friday)        lB:uu
8:30���Burnuby  Lake   (dally ex-
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.'0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally ex-
cept Sunday)      '���"
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (dally    except _
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I and    Hazlemen    (Tues-
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39 MONDAY,  JANUARY   16,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.     1
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster  Land  District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take  notice that   Edward  Hawkins.
ni Vancouver, occupation i kkeeper,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
land.-:
Commencing at a pus'  planted on
the beach on the east side of the
Agamemnon channel and Joining T. L.
Mo, 41966 on 'he no.tli side and marked Edward Hawkins; s. W. corner,
i: ence E. 60 chains to line < f limit
No, 39713, i'.a nee N. 60 chains along
line  tO  beach,  thcticc  south  and   wesl
along beach to place   of   com nee
ment and containing 80 acres more or
less.
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES  A  LKWIS, Agent
November  28,   1910,
VICE REPORT IS
GIVEN TO PUBLIC
Judge Robson Scores Winnipeg Police Chief-Policy
of Toleration Still Exists.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New  Westminster  Land   District,
trist of New Westminster.
'lake notice that Cecil Klllam, of
Vancouver, B, ('., o cupation barrister
,i law, intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie following de-
scribed lands:
Commencing al a post planted on
the beach about p., miles northeasi
lrom Egmont Point, JervlB Inlet, and
marked "('. Killain's Northwest Cor
ner," theme east 20 chains, thence
south -" chains, thence west 20
chains, more or less, to beach, thence
north along beach to i ho e of commencement ami containing 40 acre.,
mere or less.
CECIL KII.I.AM.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Hated  November 29, 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Winnipeg. Jan.  15.���Judge  Robson
yesterdaj   banded down his findings
i in tin- famous vice Investigation oa
which Hie civic election was   fought
.and Mayor Evans re-elected. The affair was the resull of charges by Dr.
Shearer,   secretary   nf   the   .Moral   Re-
; form Council, that  vice was rampant
| in Winnipeg,   After scoring Chief of
Police  McRae for  his evidence con-
cernlng  his  non-enforcement   of the
law. Judge Robson says:
"iu   'he result   I   have   io   report:
11 I     'Hull   lhe   charges  as   In   vice   in
Winnipeg   appearing   as   headings   to
t ihe newspaper items in question are
in it  true.
"2. As lo the charge made by Ur.
Shearer, BO tar as ii condemns the
condition of things in Winnipeg in regard io ihe question cf social v i, e, i
have in report ihai a policy of tolera
tlon of ihe offeni <��� in question, in n
limii"d area, with regulations as to
conduct,  was adopted  by  the  police
Commissioners; that  such' an area wa |
accordingly  established   by  immoral
women; that since October, 1909,
there has been nn at (em pi to restrict
the  increase nf  houses nf  vice  In  the
area and the numl of houses nf ibis
licit   sale  of  liquor  in  ihe ana gave
rise.
It  is. of course, difficult  in ihe verv
nature of things to Becure direct  evidence of tbe main offense now under
discussion.      .Mr.   Daly   pointed   out
ihat there is a wide power of Bearch
ill  regard  tn  a  certain  class  nf  tlistu-
derly   houses   Which   did   not   apply   to
Bupposed  bawdy  houses,    As Bectlon
.mi nf the code declared thin  on   a
written  rei on  fiom the chief of po-
j lice that thei e are good grounds for
believing   that   a   place   is   kept   as  a
common gaming house authority may
ii- given by a magistrate to such offi-
! cer wiih constables to enter and to
take Into ��� u tody all persons found in
such  a   place  and  bring  them   before
thd magistrate.   The granting nf such
a  warrant   is lawfully guarded  from
abuse. Such a provision WOUld be of
great assistance in suppressing this
offence ami is a matter for Dominion
legislation,   i have inserted reference
to it here in order that if the s Ig
gestion  commends itself it  may  lead
to some action lO obtain the necessary amendment, An amendment
providing for the summary and immediate hearing of appeals from the
magistrate would be valuable. As was
pointed out by Mr. Daly the length of
time during which a conviction may
be unenforced pending appeals tends
tn defeat   |U8til 6,
Segregation lllegil.
Judge Robson, in the course nf hi I
lengthy review, said Ihat the articles
in lhe Toronto Globe, Mail an I Empire, and World were published with
prominent headlines containln ; stal
ments either false nr grossly exigger
ated.     The  publishers of  these   papers
were notified of the Bitting of the
commission but had nm seen tit to be
represented, lie suggested that the
city defend itself from slnnuBTous at-
A Good Thing is Sare to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gaining In favor every day.   Our oatput last year wai double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
O
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
GOLD DUST  will
sterilize   your > kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
New  Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take   notice   that   Clint   E.   Dicker-
a- n, ol  Vancouver, B. C, oci up 11 m
lumberman, Intends to apply for per-
-i..ii io purchase tic following de
s rlbed lands:
marked   "C   i:.   Dlckermnn's   North-
. ���. ��� i 'm i i '," i hence b uth I 0 chain;,
i ni e . ��� - ' i hains, i hence north
40 Cl : I mme cr li ss in 1 each,
l,.. nee   .  isterly   along   beach  to   plaCi
��� ommi ii I'lm m, an.l c mtalntng 321
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CLINT E.  1)"<���:- ERM \N.
.1. a. LEWIS, Agent,
Date November 28, 1910,
THE  CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY.
class grew from twenty-nine to fifty, tacks by seeking an amendment to Its
Illicit   Liquor   Selling. charter enabling it  to prosecute for
1    "3.   That  Illicit   liquor dealing has libel In such cases,
been  general  and  continuous  In  the      In  reviewing the history of Begre
houses In this area, and, that, as al- gatlon   In    Winnipeg,  Judge   Robson
ready particularly shown, the law re- laid down clearly thai the keeping ol
garding the same has not been prop- bawdy houses la Illegal under the sta-
erly enforced. tutes of Canada, that the duty of the
" I.    Thai   the   result   of   the   above I oil e  is
State  of affairs has  been  the  disturb- the  police commis, inn  has  no  powers
mce of peace and good order in I ������ in ler   ihe   city   charier  to   withhold
the  enforcement  of  the  law   In   any
area or aglnst anj  class ol offenders.
Commencing al  a post  planted on
e beach In Bllllnga Hay, Nelson I - locality, a menace to mort    andgreat
nd,   and   joining  !'.   I and   depreciation  in  the  value of the  prop-
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and ,
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving- a greasy I
film behind it; GOLD DUvST digs deep after germs i
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine ; GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       \  i  /
portions to cleanse
and thai easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let
L>
UST
erty of the neighboring residents. These   gentlemen   sincerely   thought
"5.    'licit ile above conditions were thai the policy known ns the passive
not  broughl aboul  by tbe corruption ���   atlng   o   the   evil   should   be
ol  any  police authority and thai  the adopted.   The) had no Idea they were
occupants ol  the  houses referred to abrogating the law,
do nol  pay for police protection. Judge Robson found thai the Btate-   YOUI" WOrlc
Whst   Is  to   Be   Done? ment of Dr. Shearer that every bawdy   *
The question now arises:   What  is house  wus an  Illicit   liquor dive  was
to be done?   There are fifty houses to- proved, and he mildly  censured the
gether,  In  one area,  with  a  general provincial   authorities   and   also   tbe
reputation as houses of ill-fame. Their civic authorities  who apparently bad
keepers are known to follow tbat life '"" been aware thai under the amend-
the GOLD
/TV ��� 1
1 wins   do
������
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake
Pursuant to section 7 of the naviga-
I |e -.- aters protection aci  I R. S. ('an.,
' 15), muice is hereby given that
. . | bt "ti deposited In tho oni" ���
ol the minister of public works at Ot-
��� wa, and a duplicate In the office of
.    egistrar of deeds al  New West-
. , . British Columbia, plans and
,; tlons of the site and side ele-
a of a proposed railway wharl to
��� i onstructed al Port Mann, ruin ���'.
i . and thai one month after
e flrsl  Insertion of thla notice, tli"
a pany vvill apply to the Governor-
h Council for the approval thereof
Haled    al     Toronto,    Ontario,    this
vent.-eighth dav of December, 1910,
R. 11. M. TEMPL12,
Assistant Solicitor.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
We are moving from our present
office on Columbia street to 827 Carnarvon street, where we will still continue in the same business of teaming, draylng, wood and coal.
We desire to thank our friends for
the liberal patronage accorded us in
our old stand, aud trust we will still
meet them and a lot of new ones at
our new place.
BELYEA &- CO.
OfTice phones, 150 and 732.
Coal office phone RID.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon ot Saturday,
January 28, for the erection aud completion of the superstructure of the
Y. M. C. A. building, the basement
vails of which are now built on Royal
avenue near Sixth street.
Plans  and   specifications  .may   bei
seen at my offlce, corner Sixth Btreet]
and   Clarkson  street,   New   Westminster.
Lowest, or any tender, not necessar-
ilv accepted.
C.  11. CLOW,  Architect.
and many ol them have bei n repeat-
e lly convicted of Illicit li [uor si Hing.
Is this state oi affairs, with the accompanying nuisance as already de
Bcrlbed, to continue, subject to punish-
menl when disorder appears and to an
o ti ; atonal small tine for breach of the
Li sense Act? if not, how is it to bo
terminated?. There is no doubt that,
in this as in most other serious crimes
there is consl lerable difficulty in legal!) i roving the offence.
Securing   Evidence.
Hut  if ever there was an   occasion
when it would Beem possible in secure the evidence to successfully pros-
ec ite, this should be ene. That offenders of this class are crafty and
astute at eluding justice is well
known. Thej generally bave th.e
money necessary to strongly resist
prosecution and take advantage of
every technicality. But in view of
the state of affairs revealed in this
enquiry, it is not believed thai vili-
gant and energetic officers could not,
by quite proper means, secure the evidence necessary to convict these offenders of both classes of offense,
And if penalties of Imprisonment were
Imposed, the resistance would not
long endure. Even although, as ls
sal I, this evil can never be wholly
eradicated in any city, there Is no
doubt that once these offenders aro
subjected to a rigorous application of |
the law, the nuisance will be reduced
to the lowest possible point.
But the whole system must be made
equally   strong.     Prison   doors   must,
not  he o| etied   to  straw  ball   or  because of technical objections.   One of
these women was convicted live times.
Nine     others    were    convicted    four
times, eleven others  were convicted i
three   times   and    seventeen    others i
were convicted twice,    lf the convlc-1
tions are reckoned by each house In-1
stead of by the names of the woman
charged,  the   number  of  repeated  offences is even higher.
The   provincial    police   magistrate
explained   that   a   force   could   tut   at
of this
ment t > the license act of 1908, they
were empowered to unl'e with the
pro\ Inclal authorities ln the suppn i
sinn  of  Illegal  li inor  selling.
EMPLOYS    ESPERANTO
FOR    CORRESPONDENCE
Everett, Jan. 15.���Frank P Zeht,
dei ity iii the heal customs office, hag
an unusually large private correspondence with residents ot foreign coun-
ti ii s. Mr. Zenl Is one of the best
posted men iii the iiorihwi al on Esperanto, the International auxlllarj
language, which he follows with a
feeling that some day the strange
tongue will he universal a.s a medium
of oral exchange.
The government officer's correspondence covers twenty-two foreign
countries ami hls correspondent i
number fifty-four, only four if them
living in English-Speaking territories.
Standing llrst among the countries
where Esperanto is most widely spoken and studiel come Australa, Bohemia and France, according to Mr.
Zent'S survey of tbe linguistic Held.
This Esperanto student luus a large
collection of pictorial postcards, each
bearing some message written In tlie
chosen tongue.
EDWARD    WORD    PICTURE.
Rabbi   Writes 86,000-Word   Biography
on    Single    Sheet.
A biography of the late King Edward
VII. that presents what might he
termed  a speaking likeness  has been
presented to King Qeorge v. by Rabbi
Lipkin,  chief  minister  of  tbo  Jewish
congregation In Capo Town.
The life of the late monarch Is set
forth ln 86,000 words, written In most
minute size, and all Ind ided on a
single sheet of manuscript, so that
they appear at a distance to form a
very lifelike portrait of tbe late king
This device of writing biographies
that are In every fact "word pictures" seems, according to The American  Hebrew, to be a custom quite
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LAND ACT NOTICE.
New
are i
at the periods when men were B
able for that duty, There Is DO adequate e\i lanatl m of the iur, osltloo
of tbe minimum lire in what i; probably the worst class of oftenBes of Illicit liquor selling thu can be found.
Westminster Land District. Dl* The traffic was no doubt continuous
trist of New Westminster. land could nol be Bl ipped by penalties
Take  notice that   Leslie   L.   Dicker-  which it  was not  di   ic it  lor tie Of-
mm, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation fenders to satisfy,
lumberman, intends  to a; ply for p r-      Had the citj I police department la-
mission to purchase the following de- terested  itself in this phase, even a.
scribed lands- | the expense ol special officers ,or the
Commencing at  a pest, planted on work, there Is no doubt thev    ������.���������i i
the beach on west side of Sechelt In- have  been
of   suits  which  would   have  gone  far  to
all times he kept In oversight
ind that the charges  were laid   frequently adopted In the past  in He-
vail-   brew biographical  work
Put it right up to us to prove
all we say about Fit-Reform
you
thc
right
idea  about
let, and at the northeast corner
lot N'o. 2727 snd marked "L. L. Dick-
i-rman,' Northwest Corner," thi nee
south M) chains, thence east -0 chains,
thence south 51) chains, thence east.
60 chains more or less to the beach,
thence north and west alons beach to
commencement and containing 320
acres more or less.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LEWIS. Agent.
Date November 20. 191'h
Immediately   obtained   re
*  gone  far
reduce the nuisance to which the 11-
Rabbl Lipkln's biography, howe 'er,
seems  to  be  the  llrst   c f   the  sort  ( n
record written In English and picturing a kins. '���''" has ���*******��� **��� '���' *P*S11'
letter of thanks from King Qeorge for
this curious biography of his father.
SnowbaM Puts Out Ey?.
I!o-|iilam, .Ian. 15.���As the result, of
snowballing, Alice Oage, aged 18,
daughter of Mrs. L, F. Gage, lost, thej
sight ot ene of her eyes today. Sue
was struck in the optic by a swlftl.-
thrown hall, which evidently contained a small stone accidentally picked
up in the street.
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
633  Hamilton St., or
Varjtone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping. Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. Cesspools, Septic Tankt, Etc.. Etc.
No picture  can  give
Fit-Reform.
Seeing the Overcoats themselves and trying them
on, is the only way you can learn the perfection or
the Fit-Reform designing and tailoring.
So, visit the Wardrobe, see the new fall styles, and
find out about the quality, style, material and workmanship that you ought to have
in your Overcoat.
Above, we show two styles in
Semi-form Overcoats. Made in
elegant English, Scotch and
Irish Tweeds.
$18. tO $25. 124
The Oven]
Of a Range
lOFrnVA
Scene from "Th.e Honeymoon Trail,"
Five of the   pretty   glrla   In
at Opera  House on Thursday night.
M. J.  PH1LUPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
TTHAT a perfectly constructed,
���*��� air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a '
loosely constructed oven, Is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight, The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing aud without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, aud cot near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
Tbe Majestic cveu stays that way,
too.
Nole  tkt   ilhuir.idum.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Gould M Bunco
Wis Man
RasNollseForPedteSellins
Worthless Medicines
CrooksTaiRS, Ont,
National Drug Co, of Canada,
Limited.
Dease read the following carefully,
"I was pestered last week wilh a travelling agent who said  lie  bad heard
that I was troubled with Rheumatism.
! l bib! bim I had been ami lie wanted to
<=ell me pome oilier medicine.  I answered
that I  was  laking GIN   TILLS,    tbe
only medicine that did tne any good.
I told him that I had tried various
other medicines but none had done me
any good but GIN PII.I.B and that I
always kept a boi In the Infuse.   GIN
I'l 1,1,9 have done me mort good than
any otber medicine I have ever taken.
You are at fyill liberty to use this letter
for Uie benefit of all concerned."
Joskph ST kvStfSOW.
Don't be Imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. If your dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of 50c. a bo*, 6 for $2.$o,
send direct to ns. Sample box free if you
mention this paper, and money promptly
refunded if (.IN PILLS do not jdve
relief. National Drug and Chemical
Co.   Dept.  B. C.    Toronto. 68
Mang.i-Tone Blood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless people, especially valuable for
correcting female trouble* They purify
anil enrich the blood, and help to huild
up the whole system, 5OC, .1 hox at all
dealers.
USE ONLY THE BEST
liiiiini
PERFUMED
LYE
is ^standard article
READY FOR USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making aoap.aoftanlng water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
���Inks. closota. drain* and for
many other purpoaaa. A oil
���quala 20 pound* SAL SODA.
SOLO KVCRYWHERC.
E.W.QILLETT 88F9S
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY
16, 1911,
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CITY NEWS   Alteration Sale Prices
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Win. It preserves and brings out natural beaut; of
the wood. U produces o rich, artistic
tlnish. to wliich dirt and dust will not
adhere. Jusi try it and you will see how
mucU belter it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish anil Polish for All
Wood " Use it on your tloors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for nil dancing tloors.
You ran get Johnson s tree boou, The
Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
and Kurnit uie" and these preparations of
i ANDERSON & LUSBY(
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More than one are investigating the
merits of this scliool 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.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
NOW IS THE TIME
Mr. anil Mrs. Appleby, of Deloraine,
Man., were guests at the Hotel Russell yesterday.
F. J, MacKenzie, M.L.A, for Delia.
left yesterday for Victoria, where the
provincial house is now in session.
Modern home on Twelfth street;
lar. e lawn, tine view, $4000; terms to
be arranged. See White, Shiles &
Co.
A porch has be< n built just inside
the door at the city hall. The healing
plant has been incapable of keeping
the place warm for the pasl week.
Eber Stride, who was on Saturday
re-elected councillor for Burnaby, has
been a member of the municipal council for the past sixteen years.
Monday and Tuesday are lhe big
days next week. Masquerade at the
Pythian roller rink.    Hig prizes.    *���
There was fair skating on Burnaby
anil Deer lakes on Saturday and Sunday and many people from the city tok
advantage of tlie fact to enjoy the
sport.
Full 66-ffot lot on Fourth avenue,
near Second street, comfortable 7-
room house with full cement basement, only $3000. easy terms; only
small cash payment White, Shiles
& Co.
W. Norman Hole. K. C, who has
been seriously ill for some time, has
heen removed to St. Mary's hospital,
where he is now under treatment.
Pascoe, the one mile amateur roller
skater of Vancouver, and Clarence
Huff, the local sprinter, will race at
the carnival at the Pythian rink tonight. ��� **
Prizes worth while will be given
for the best costumes at the masquerade at the Pythian roller rink on
Monday and Tuesday. **
R. W. Houton, architect of the Vancouver Opera House and of a large
number of theatres in Canada iind the
States, was  ln  the city  on Saturday
on pi ivate business.
According to an official notice issued by Capt. Gordon, of Nanaimo. the
Entrance Island fog horn has broken
down, and there will be no fog signals
until repairs are made.
For Delta acreage, large and small.
priced right, see Keid. Curtis & Dorgan, TOO Columbia street. **
There will he no meeting of llie city
council tonight on account of the absence of Mayor Lee.
The only attraction worth seeing
tonight is the fancy dress masquerade
carnival at the Pythian rink. Eighth
street. **
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and    all
j kinds ot cut flowers.   Phone R litis ���*
The Trades and Labor council will !
hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday  night.    The meeting    was    pos*-!
| poned last. Wednes lay on account of |
! being the night before the civic elec-
; tions.
I    There will be a masquerade carnl-
! vai at the roller rink tonight Prize;
are offered for the best dressed lady,
the best dressed  gentleman  and  the
| person  wearing  the most original or
comic costume.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Ueid, next
tram office.    Phone 310. **
The scliool board mets this evening the secretary's office on Sixth
stret. It is expected that llie ques-
tion of meetings open to the press
will be finally decided one way or the
other.
The Public
Supply Stores
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
The  first   through  mail    from    the
east    since last  Monday reached    th
city  on  Saturday    afternoon.      Fifty
four sacks of    mail    matter,    mostly j
newspapers,  were    dumped into   the
city office.
E. St. Albans, of the People's Trust
company, returned to the city yesterday after a visit to New Vork and
other eastern points. He is accompanied by Mrs. St. Albans. They are
sta> lng at the Russell.
Good house on three corner lots, on
car line, all in orchard; $4400, on
terms to be arranged. See White.
Shiles <t Co. �����
The annual meeting of St. Andrews
church will he held cn Wednesday
e��ening, commencing at half past sev-
e.i o'clock. After the business of the
meeting is over, a social hour will be
s; ent.
Water pipes in connection with the
motor of Queens Avenue Methodist
church organ froze up last week, with
the result that the organ was out of
commission on Sunday. The music
did not suffer, however, the organist
accompanying the choir on a piano.
The roller hockey match between
Westminster and Victoria on Saturday
night in the capital resulted in a tie,
neither side scoring a goal. About
five minutes after the commencement
of play Wagner, of the locals, scored,
hut the referees held that lie was olT
side and did not allow ihe goal. A
return match will be played here at
some date to be arranged.
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we
have quite a large
stock of Goods
which we are cleansing out cheap.
Quotations will
follow in a few
days. Watch the
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea
for our customers
to take advantage
before the rush
commences.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St. i
9     EDITOR    DRIVEN    FROM    CAIRO.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
For the Holiday Trade
All Prices.       All Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Publishes Article Against the Khedive
and   Has  To  Quit  Country.
Cairo, Jan. lfi.���The absoibing topic
heie, which eclipses even Lord Kitchener's visit, is the expulsion of the
French journalist M. Uerroja for pul>-
lishing an article against the khedive,
M. Derroja's expulsion haa now been
followed by the expulsion of the Spanish proprietor of the newspaper in
which  Mr. Derroja's article appeared.
The Nationalists attribute the expulsions to Britain, saying the British government pressed France and
Spain to expel the men because of
the anti-British attitude of the newspapers for which they wrote. M.
Etlenne Richet, a Parisian journalist,
who arrived here recently on a short
visit, is temporarily replacing M. Uerroja, and published yesterday a moat
violent article against Kngland.
M. Derroja left Cairo yesterday. A
crowd estimated at 3000, mostly Nationalists, hade him farewell at thc*
station and cheered him. He received
ovations at other stations where the
train stopped.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
For the Third Week of Our Big Sale
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The substantial lowering of prices on all lines throughout  lhe store has resulted in a large In   ���
of business during the last  two  weeks.    We  sacrificed  our  profits in order to clear out  the heavj
BtOckS and broken lots.    While alterations are going on  wo are attempting to take stork.    We an
ing slow  progress, but as day by day goes by lines are turned oui   from  their  resting   places  an
a new price     Price cards Indicate the downward trend on all these special lots.
EVERYTHING   IS   REDUCED   IN   PRICE.
Blankets of Quality at
Low Prices
A cold weather snap such a8 is now upon us brings a heavy de
mand for Blankets. We are well provided with Blankets, in facl
overstocked. Our prices were made low on account of the big altera
lions forcing us (o lower them. Vou profit by our action, now when
vou need them most.
A Special Blanket at a Low
Price, $3.50 per pair
We could hay White Blankets to sell at lower price than asked
for this line. We could not, however, obtain anything like the same
quality and that is what is most apparent in all Blankets we handle.
This special line is always our Special Blanket at $4.26 and $4.50.
Buy them now at, per pair $3.50
15 pairs extra heavy white
Blankets, $6.95 per pair
Two sizes only, ra; by Rll and US by S. , Heavy Fleecy Blankets.
Pink or blue borders. Regular values $8.00 and $8.60. Sale price,
per pair    $6.95
18 Pairs of Grey Blankets,
$2.95 per pair
Regular $3.50 and $:'.7.r) values, (irey Blankets about 68 ly 86
inches, 6-lb. weight.    Sale price $2.95
30 pairs of odd Blankets
at $5.35 per pair
All Wool Blankets in the following sizes:   64  hy  82,  66  hy  84, 74
by 84, 58 hy 80 and 60 by SO.    Tliey are heavy, anl shown  with  pink
or blue  borders.    A   few  pairs  Blightly soiled.    Regular $6 00 to $7.on.
Sale price, per pair $5.35
Special Prices on Wool and Cotton Crib Blankets
All furs at reductions one-
third to one-half less than
regular.
Eiderdown   Comforters, $5.15 each
Regular $6.00 to $7.00 Values
Many  people  when  >
Comforters  will  buj   no
but    those   filled   Willi   .
down.  The  weight  .,1  a
comforter  is BCarcelj   i   I
aide, yel  warmth Is i
as    under    no    other   bed
covering.   Here is an   ..
tunlty io secure a
Down  Comforter, 60    h\
Inches,  in  combination
pink, blue, green, cream, ���
an sateen being the m I
used ;is covering. Well filled
Sale  price,  each   ...       $5.1
Turkey Chintz Comforters, $5.15 each
Comforters    very    |,
thic-k and  filled    with    ;
white cotton;   size TH b)   7S
inches,   which   is   verj
tor    a    comforter.     Rei
values $6.00 to    $7.00,    Sale
price, each    $5.15
Dark   Covered Comforters, $1.45 each
Our regular ^ ecial    C
forter  at   $1.76 each, si/.- ���
by     7:'.   covered     with   d
materials.
4 sizes at $1.95 each
60 by 7:1, 66 by 7:. 72 ���
72, 72 by 78, with light   an I
dark colored coverings,
white cotton filling.    Rt
values  $2.60   to   $3.00
price, each       $1.95
Heavy   Warm   Comforters, at $2.95 each
7.' by 72 Inches, pure
filling with a v.ide rani
coverings       Regular
value    Sale p: r e, eai h $2.9-;
Crib   Comforters
at $1.95 each
Size   ::''���     hy   60    In
"Maish"     Comforters     wll
coverings  featuilng   n
rhymes   anl   design)
and   COnvential   patterns    i ;.
i iverlngs   the   ground
which i- nearly alwaj -
Regular    prii e    *- 50
price, each             %���***
Remember the special low
prices of Children's Coats;
they must be cleared out.
One      lot     of     Coatings,
beaver,     broadcloths,    heavy
weights   for   coats   or  capes
Regular prices $1.75 to :
to clear, per yard   $1.35
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
I
Royal Bank of Canada
up
Capital paid
Reserve      	
Tlie Bank has   17a
extending   in   Canada
.200.000
.  6,900,000
branches,
lrom   llie
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK und LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities ln the World.
These    excellent    connections
afford every  hanking  facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
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Good  Building   Lots;;
Small Price and Easy Terms
EDINBURGH STREET���Nine fifty-foot  lots   with   fine   view,   overlooking  river and  gulf;   handy to ���z&r.   Price $500 each.   Terms, one-  ���
third cash, balance to arrange.on easy payments.
SIXTH STREET���One extra flne lot, all cleared and in orchard,
on car line, lane. For a medium priced porperty this Is one of the 2
most desirable in the city. Price $750. .Terms, one-third cash; *j*
balance to arrange.
Less   Consumption   in   Ontario.
Toronto, Jan. 16.���Ontario's vital
statistics for December. 1910, show a
considerable decrease in the toll of
t msumntlon. tie-e 1 elng enly nix
cases and 12 deaths, compared with
I'M cases and 120 deaths ln December,
1909. For the month there were lfi?
. mu-- from contRpions diseases out
of 1342 cases reported. Thee we. c
lo v-cths lrom smallpox.
r. J Hart & Co., Ltd.
Vancouver     -     Victoria     ���     Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove j>
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January Furniture
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Sale in full Swing
We Furnish
Your Home
for Less
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR  LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and  Fourth Streets   New Westminster.
Phone 829.

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