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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME!
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TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY ir*. 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
fAMOUS EVANf.fii��T    SOB situation is
WILl ��IN CITY!      more satisfactory
Herbert Booth, Son of Salvation Army Founder, Will
Preach Here Next Month
Reservoirs     Gradually     Filling     Up-
Usual   Level   May   Be   Reached
Tonight.
Herbert  Booth,   youngest    sou    (,i
., r8] Booth, of the Salvation Army,
h( I, .; presenl conducting a scries
Hi ���  services m "Vancouver,
scheduled to preach in this city al
t|i(. (       wcniie Mctiiodisi church
(rom 1 ebruarj 7 to February 16,
������, |     ,,,.,:< gl oi a tamily ol   eighl
Booth  made  his  mai I-
j ..��� the age oi Mteen,   Bight
be i ntered the Held ol    In
. .j,.,,;   evangelism,  thus    disasso-
The wnier situation li practically
normal once more. Yesterday the city
was supplied with all the water re-
qulred for all purposes exoepi schools,
which use a two and a half inch pipe,
At nine o'clock last night there was
four feel In each ol th��
showing an Increase
Indies in three hours, and thfl main
from Lake Coquitlam was doing its
duty nobly.
INDICATIONS POINT
TO BRUTAL MURDER
Man in Possession of $500,
Disappears��� Hat Found
Saturated with Blood.
ASIATIC LEPROSY
WORRIES SEWARD
BUSTtB criticizes     {MILLIONS EALL
POCICY Of GOVERNMENT
reservoirs,
ol    eighteen
Tonight, in all probability, the
watt: wlll reach iis usual level and
tomorrow the schools will probably be
supplied, which will form a satisfactory conclusion to the whole affair.
To lay the Royal City mills will re
sumo running, and Small k Bucklin's
ex-j will  follow suit  in a day or two. The
'l ins  luit thai  he feels the call    of  Fraser  River  mills    aie    still  at    a
1      '^^^^^^^^^m*****M*m^^     *   standstill  and  at   tbe  Brunette  mills
only  the  planing  mill  Is  woi king     ll
is   expected,   however,   thai   both
these establishments will start
in a t ery short time.
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dating himself from the line of    his
��� i    Not thai be is no lon-,
.,',.. ���.,,. Bated   in  that   work, be
evangellatic work  more  strongly, and
Im   is absolutely   non-sectarian
HI,    Bootl    has   been     three    limes
,���umi the world in pursuit of bis mis
...   apeifl   many   years    lu
.   social problems    \.-
i is tied tbat the est a I
Oi
again
Typhoid  Threatens  Ottawa.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Ottawa,    .lan.   17.���The    capital    is
.    cdial institutions and  threatened with a serious outbreak of
typhoid  fever,  said  to  be due  to the
impurity of the city water.
the education of the masses are    of
....    "In the last analysis"
;, the church and the
pimple gospel of Christ we must  rely
���   .,   . t ui sociological i\ .;.���
yv.   ol   I'hiist."
Itj   one of his inter-
���  ���   following to sa>
As a        ��� ���    Mi   Booth pot '   -���
esence, the effective gesture, thi    ���    I ih: * oice, the ready dra-
; wins an audience,
: ���    pulpil   or  from  th-'
I ��� adds the evident sin-
.���   wbo bei let ea bim
self ca ��� liver a divine  mea
at    which    oui      forefathers
il the spini."
���. ertheli      he 1   ei entially    tbe
dramat lally the realist    Nut
. illtj of the drama-
thfl realism
���  ;   the Edwin Bouth,
del. 'he Ir\lng ol the
unlike these men in
ince���he     has     the
brushed    strw  >
lnu'li li' ' :i 	
m    b>ng    chin,    the
It i      fai c    with
Ik . .a i bai  i;i\e a
I
es a deaf no tn might
id   of   the dis. mi se
with a ��� ���. of accuracj. so per-
lite ]       mime i f vanin^ llRhl
in     hadi      e.vpn  alon, bo ih Id the
the I   In, while, fluttering
Mr. Booth does not appear
���  ���    mei idramatic, has
tricks   thai    some-
mar the most effective
��� ���    modern    professional
evangel        He ia simply very much
l�� earni      .    .. Ilngly  (Inn  In    the
ratth  Ol :   irl nu e   Of   btfl     mos
ia   if communicating
then     Every personal
'" In subordinated as a means
to that end.
PUBLICITY IS SOUGHT
BY MONEY INTERESTS
Sherbrooke, P. Q., Jan. 17.���Great
excitement prevails heie over the disappearance of W. iv Pope, n well
known mercbanl ol Bromptonvtlle, .-.
small town six mihs from here, He
l��i t home i.t seven o'clock last night
to drive to Stoke to collect some
money, bul le never reached his des
ii: The horse be was driving
was found later on the mad near this
place, The animal was cul and bleeding.
A search made near where the
horse was found wa: productive of no
result.
Tonight, at the bend ol tbe n.ad,
just outside Bromptonville, the missing man's hat. saturated with blood,
was found. Indications pointed to a
terrible flghi and as be had $500 and
a gold watch in liis possession when
be lefl Bromptonville last night, ir
is supposed that lie was waylaid, robbed and murdered.
ITALIAN   CONVICTS
TELL  OF  DARK  CRIME
Government Wants to Take
Victims From Kenai to
Alaskan Port.
Proposal to Fight  in the Open  Mooted
at   Bankers'   Banquet   in   New
York���Roosevelt   Grilled.
New Vork, .lan. 17.���The Italian
colony heard today that Vincenzo Mo-
rello, associate of Ignazio Lupo, called The Wolf, had confessed In the
federal prison at Atlanta thai Calo
Constantino was the assassin of
Joseph Petrosino, the head of the
Italian detective bureau. Morella and
Lupo are serving long sentences tor
counterfeiting.
Constantino  was    arrested    shortly
after Petrosino's assassination in the
Sicily, along with
Seattle, Jan. IT.���Leprosy of the
Asiatic type has broken out at Kenai,
Alaska, and the <it> <-. sew anl is
now up in arms to pievem the removal by governmenl officials ol the
patients from the farmer i la:e to
their city, according to A. P. Sprague,
���*. came down from the north on the
Steamship  Victoria.
When Mr. Sprague left Seward il
was rumored thai two natives afflicl
el with the disease were being
broughl overland from Kenai and
steps weie being taken to ascertain
the truth of lhe rumor, with a view to
having tliem stopped.
S:ime time ago the people of Kenai
were about to send the patients to
Seward by water, bul the Seward
Commercial club appointed a deputation of its members to go down to the
point where the landing was expected
to be made with instructions to prevent the landing of the lepers. The
attempt was not made.
The government doctor has declare! tlie disease to be Asiatic
leprosy. One of the patients is a
woman, who is suffering frightfully.
McBride Excuses Long Delay in Starting C. N. R. Work on Island by
Pleading for Permanent Work.
TO SEATTLE MAN
ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE
OF FRENCH PREMIER
Victoria, Jan. 17.���Following a long
general criticism of the government
policy by il. Brewster, member tor
Alberni, today Premier McBride spoke
for an  hour and a half.
Referring to Parker Williams'
speech of the previous day be sai l
thai the only | oint worthy of reply
was Hip statement made thai the guv
ernment had done not hing during tbe
year to ensure llie safety of mine
workers in the coal mines of tli"
pruv Ince.    It  was sufficent answer to
English Money, Long Tied
up in Chancery, About to
be Distributed.
St. Louis, Jan. 17���Although Palmer
A Glover, twenty-seven years of age.
has received positive assurance In &
telegram from his father, J. A. Glover
ol Seattle, that he is the heir tx>
twenty million dollars, he has not resigns I his position as foreman of lhe
Columbia Peed company.
"My   father   has   been     trying    for
more than thirty years    to   establish
this, the premier said, that during the j bis identity and 1 always thought the
year the government had equipped the|es,atc was a myth," Glover said.   "Up
mines with the Draeger safety apparatus, Ile also pointed ml thai govern
ment officials were the lirst on the
scene at the time of the Bellevuc disaster.
Mr. Brewster's criticism was aimed
at the premier because the construction of the Canadian .Northern had
not yel heen started on Vancouver
Island. The premier leplied that
would have been easily    possible
may be mistaken and I am not goin&
to take any chances on losing my job.
This Job isn't much, hut I earn enough
to support myself and wife. She is
with my  father in Seattle."
According to the telegram from .1.
A.  Glover  his thn e children  will  receive  twenty    million    dollars    each
from the estate, which is that of their
it i great grandfather, totalling more, ttian
to I one   hundred     million     dollars,    anil
have the company build two or three j which Is on  deposit  in the  Bank
miles, but  he wanted something of a ' England.
permanent   nature.   Surveyors   were | 	
working on  the  different routes  and
had changed tlieir plans several times.
ot
New York, Jan 17.���Indication that
ests" an preparing to make ,
In the oj in on progri sslve
policies is seen here today as the result of hot di annotation of muck-
rakers and demagogues, the Initiative
referendum,   recall  and   the    popular
white forehead, the flection of senators propagandas,  al
a "dinner to tlie constitution    ol    the
United  States,"  given  last  nigl I
New   York  hank< i .
Responding to a toast. Former Qo\
ernor Prank s Black grilled ex-PresI
dent Rooseveli and was unsparing in
his laudation of Speaker Cannon J,
Pierponl Morgan led the outbursts of
applause, congratulate I Bis k aud
thumped strenuously on the table I.i
api roval ol  ��� ach of his i et toda
"it is the business ol sensible men."
said Black, "to qutl whispering pt i-
vately when demagogues and disturbers become active;   They should come
oul in the open and reason with tile
people. As things are now, the de
magogues always start with the ad
vantage an unfair disputant always
has. It is our business to see Ihat
thev do not get that start.
"i believe that   generation*   from
HOW, when the names of (hose sporadic and voluble reformers are preserved only because they fought hint,
the name of Speaker Cannon will bo
remembered with Increasing respect.
"This whole country. Including It i
bankers, must change lis tactlCB The
muckrakers and the demagogue have
done haun enough and ought to hi
sent rearward, My message is thai
you dlstrusl turbulence as almost al-
ways insincere and Untrue, The vii'.l !
majority of American business is
honestly  done  and  the  vast   majority
l'alzzo at  Pa!ei^L^^^_^^_
Antonio  Pazzanti    and    Yito
ferro.
Caasloferro had been employed bj
Petrosino in New York. :ie was really
a member of the Mafia, and gave Petrosino nothing but misleading information.
Paris, Jan. 17.���Two revolver shots!
were  fired  at   Premier  Briand   in  the
chamber   of   deputies   this   afternoon.!
He was unharmed.    M. Mirman, diiec-
tor  of   public   relief,   received   one  of
(the   bullets   in   the  leg.
This   is   the   second   recent   assault
(MISTER'S STORE TO BE
ONE Of f INES1 IN B. C.
LULU   ISLAND   RAILWAY
Casslo- i wl��on the premier. On November 20,
: in the course of tbe ceremonies in
tht Tuilleries. Gardens in connection
with the dedication Of a statue of
.lule^ Ferrer, M. Lacour, a Royalist,
sti ink M. Btiand twice in the t'a<-.-
with his cane, The premier was nol
seriously Injured. l.aco ir suhse
quently was sentenced to ten years
imprisonment.
Alterations    Now     Under    Way    Will
Make Dry Goods Emporium Large
and  Handsome Establishment.
Ex-
Railway   Committee   Passes   Bill
tending  Tirre  for  Construction.
Ottawa,   Jan      17. The   railway
committee oi the House ol Commons
��� daj passed Ralph smith's bill
extending for ti\e years from the
date ol passage of the bill, the time
for the construction oi the Vancouver
and Lulu Island railway Then- was
no opposition to the bill, which wai
not discussed by the members of tho
committee.
PLAN TO BLOW OFF
TOP OF A MOUNTAIN
Seattle, Jan. 17.���Sixty millions i=
the amount of the Glover estate, according to the statement of J. A.
Glover, Hollywood apartments annex,
211% Warren avenue. A press report
bad incorrectly state 1 the amount as
one  hundred millions.
The estate, while out of chancery,
I is still in process of settlement and
Mr. Glover, who Is one cf the principal heirs, expects to benefit to the
extent of one-seventh of the amount.
Estimates have placed tbe number oi
heirs at one hundred, but it is claim
ed that eleven only are entitled to
I legacies under tbe original wiU.
__^BB The estate was    left    by    Francis
Glover, great great grandfather of .1
Work was commenced yesterday on, A. Glover, and has been accumulating
the second half of the alterations to , In the Bank of England tor Int) years.
\v b Colllster'fl store which, when j As a result ol many years' effort
completed, wilt make this one of thei Mr. Glover is in receipt of telegram?
largest and handsomest establish-j assuring him ol the speedy settlement
ments of its kind in the city, and one! of the case and is awaiting further ad
HAD  THE   HABIT.
Man Who Tri?d to Kill the French
Premier Had Previous Practice.
Parts, Jan 17.���it has been dis-
covered ihat the man who shot at
Premier Briand at one time made an
unsuccessful attempt on the life of
t'i' I'.ritisii Consul at Ban Sebastian.
Ho was captured at that time and
spent  some time in nu insane asylum
vices by mail.    He will soon go east,
having been called by his attorney.
JONES WOULD CONTROL
ALL   RAILROAD  SIGNALS
Washington, Jan. 17���Senator Jones
today introduced a bill providing that
all railroads shall maintain    identical
traffic regulations and signal Systems
The bill was requested**by a membr;
CZARINA'S CONDITION
IS BECOMING CRITICAL
Lackawanna  Railroad    Contractor
Use Two Carloads of Dynamite
for Big Blast.
to
Bad Fire in Tacoma.
Tacoma, Jan. 17.���Fire today caused
*������*��� .'������'*��� oi  ��� i0  to Carsten's pack-
lng plant.
LADIES LISTEN TO TALK
ON EDUCATION OF WOMEN
���ancouver  Educational   Club   Pays
Visit to Westminster���Gathering
at Columbian College.
Of    American    fortunes    have    been
honestly aoqulred."
NOT   RADICAL   ENOUGH.
Mr
A waa paid  yesterdny    after-
l'"'!l ���  members   of   the   Van-
ational club to the West-
'���' '���       ational  club, the    latter
ig aa host at Columbian col-
;' scntatlves of the various
church  tuxillaries, about    125    Indies
gathering    m    the    new    household
building, where an    Informal
ras rendered.   The Vancou-
"is left for home on the six
11 :   '������ car.
Darin
ta
Asquith    Not    a    Leader    After
Joseph   Martin's  Heart.
Winnipeg, Jan.   17.���Joseph   Martin,
M   P   for Kast  St. Pancras, in the lm
perlal   parliament,   said   in   un   Interview here today:    "In my opinion Mr.
Asquith is the poorest parliamentary
hand Imaginable, except Mr. Balfour.
Ilve-SixthS of tlie present Liberal
party consists of Radicals and we are
shedding Whigs nt every election.
Whi'e Mr. As<|iilth remains the leader,
he Is further away frbm the Radical
point of view than he Is from Mr.
Balfour's.
Abdover, N. J , Jan. 17.���Preparations aie under way by contractors on
the Lackawanna cut-off to set off a
.blast heie on January 25 which will
, I practically blow the top off the Itose-
vllle mountain. Two carloads of high
explosive are hilled for ise in the
blast.
i This is lhe mountain through which
it was llrst planned to make a cut. but
which wns found to have such a peculiar formation of rock within that the
cut was impracticable. Bores were
then run through and these have heen
completed. It is the purpose now lo
clear Off the top of the tunnels and
wall up the sides of the cut.
The  inner  rock   is  soft  and  crumb
ling, and it  was found impossible
make the ordinary cut.
Russian   Empress  Is Believed    to
Near  Death���Court  Functions
Have Been Abandoned.
Be
Which will compare in pcint of a tittle
standard   with  anything  in  the  province; Vancouver and Victoria noi w
��� i: ted.
The   total   frontage     on     Columbia
Btreel of the new- establishment  will
!,,,  seventy-eight   feet, and as  it   will
run  t iul't  bark to Clarkson street, It
will   have  a  depth  of  1"J  feet.     The
main entrance, which  will  be one of
the  featnies.  will  le    fourteen    feet
wide and eight feet deep, and will he . of the Washington state railway com
equipped with exit-nnd-entiance swing [mission, who pointed out as evidence
doors. i of the need of such    legislation.    tb<
With this exception, the entire front fact that on the trip from Tacoma to
of the store will be plate glass show j Portland, one travels over five divia
window, reaching almost to the side-[ions that bave entirely different signal
walk, l'he space between the window i systems and it ij believed that this
and the sidewalk will he faced with j greatly increases i cssfbility of acci-
Italian   marble,  and  the  top    of    the   dent.
window  will  be    of    polished    prism -���	
glass  and  copper. j Ice Floes on Columbia.
Tlle alterations inside are extensive,       Portland,  Jan.   17.���On  account    or
entailing  the  taking  out  of  all    the J heavy Ice floes on the tipper reaches
to
HIGHER   PRICE   FOR   DRUGS.
Pt. Petersburg. Jan. 17.���Confirmation of reports that the Czarina is
again in a critical condition was obtained today from attaches of the
palace. Her majesty's recent trip to
Bad Nauhelm brought only temporary
relief and her nervous disorder and
melancholia returned simultaneously
with her return to th.e palace.
It is feared that the empress has
not long to live. She is hysterical
much of the time, her condition
amounting almost to Insanity whenever the Czarviteh is not in her
sight.
All court functions have been abandoned.
INVITATIONS  ISSUED
TO   NEGRO   LYNCHING
Frankfort
no  use  for
Ky..     .Inn.   17.-
a proposition to
-"There's
prescribe
interior walls and girders, and    putting  in  sup] orting  columns  and   new
girders. The great centre stairway,
which was one of the features of
the store as it used to be, will be
taken out. access to thp upper floor j resumed
being gained by a stairway In the rear
addition already built, anl by entrances from Clarkson and MacKenzie
streets.
The entire work, wliich will cost a
considerable sum of money, will be
rushed to completion as quickly as
possible. Gardiner & Gardiner, who
are the architects, liope to have thc
establishment complete In every detail  in  six  weeks.
of tbe Columbia and on the Snake
river between Rlparia and Lewlston
navigation is practically suspended today. It is believed that several days?
will elapse before normal    service fi*
SUBMARINE SINK. PHONE
MESSAGE SAYS "ALL WELL
TROUBLE OVER
SCHOOLS IN TURKEY
Constantinople, Jan. 17.���Tbere Is
grave trouble in sight between Turkey and a number of the World
powers���the United States among
them���over the question of foreign
schools In the Sultan's country.
Schools  whose  pupils    nre    wholly
Commander of German Craft, from Below Water, Telephones  Danger
Is Not Imminent.
Kiel, Germany, Jan. 17.���Tiie German submarine T-T' sank today io
Ilelkendorf bay in the harbor of Kiel.
The number of men on hoard is*
26. The submarine salvage ship
Spulkan,     equipped     with   powerful
R the afternoon Mis** Hltcham
an interesting address on "Kdu-
'ai|:|i of Women," her well thought
irks being followed with close
attention, Others who spoke included
JJ���' Watson, president, of the local
',',���' '���   Mrs.     Madden    and     Mrs.
,l!' president and  secretary  of
who took  part, in    the    lm- ���. ������
promptu concert were  Miss  Spencer,'
lunn sol,,, MrH   Frank peara0n. piano | Vancouver and Victoria Organizations
s';i"' an.l  the
BOARDS OF TRADE WILL
PROTEST AGAINST RATES
Dominion Pharmaceutical  Proposes to
Raise Cost of Prescriptions.
Toronto, Jan.    17.���The    Dominion
| Pharmaceutical association  have    under consideration a proposition for   a
general  increase in the price of prescriptions given by    doctors.    I'nder
the  proposed  scale,  an    eight  ounce
preparation   will   cost   not   less   than
one dollar.    The reason  advanced hy
druggists is that the cut rate and departmental stores have made such inroads on  their general  business that p^j^---^,^^^^^^^^^^^^^
some means will have to he taken to i negroes were to be lynche I
recoup themselves and    this   is   con-1    The mob
s.aln I native have been forced to submit to [cranes and other apparatus   for   the
raising of  submarines,  was  sent    U��
the assistance of the submarine.   The
_���
ni
for a  patient  after lie's dead,
Governor Wilson, when asked what ,;government sllrerv[ajon amountinc to
course he would take relative to the|oontr(), ,md now a vlRor(lus camrai.,n
Hncbinf Ot the    three    negroes    '" j )s nPlng waeed in part or entirelv
Shelbyville, yesterday.
Invitations to attend the lynching
are said to have heen extended to a
theatrical company which was playing in Shelbyville Saturday night.
Members of the company say they i
were told that if they would remain I
up till II to -l a.m., "they would see ]
some fun."
Later a  stage hand told them  the I
the education of foreigners
The majority of the foreign schools
in Turkey are French, but there also
nre many American, English, German,
Russian nnd Italian institutions.
duet.
Misses    Kenny,    piano j
}������������ ��������������������������
Th�� Natural Market
, Calgary,   ,ian
Bowers
' ''itvention, stated    today
i; il was absolutely essential
lll,lt     closer    trade     relations
"'lM   be    established    with
'���''tish Columbia, as that   was
"'   nn lural    market    lor
Produce grown lu Alberta
ti".���Presi lent
of the Alherta Farm-
the
Believe  C.  P.  R.  Sleeping Car
Tariff Discriminates.
Vancouver, Jan. 17���The Vancouver
and Victoria hoards of trade will
make a protest to the railway commission against the proposed new
sleeping car rates on the C. P. R.
The hoards of trade claim that the
tariff shows discrimination against
Britisli Columbia.
li is expected that the freight rates
on the C. P. R. wlll be brought to the
.���mention of the commission at the
same time.
they say, included  many
TWO OE TRAVERS' FRIENDS
ARE NAMED ON WARRANTS
sideted the most    advisable.    tJhder j negroes.
he scale of prices proposed, all kinds
of powders as well as liquids will he
BO per cent, dearer.
JAPAN WORSTED IN
DIPLOMATIC TARIFF WAR
SCHOONER IN DISTRESS.
London, Jan. 17���-A diplomatic setback for Japan is the view generally
taken here of the tariff concessions of
fered England by Japan and which
are now being made the basis of a
new commercial treaty. English merchants brought tremendous pressure
to hear to have Japan recede from her
stand of heavily increasing the duty
Indians Report Ship Being Pounded
on Douglas Island.
Juneau, Jan. 17.���Indians arriving
here from Lower and Douglas Islands
report that a jigger masted schooner
is pounding on the pier opposite their
fishing camp. Owing to the severe
storm which was raging it was impossible for small boats to venture to
the rescue.
A report from Seattle says that
shipping men believe the boat to be
the Director, a gasoline schooner   '*
I Men Who Sold Stock in the    Defunct
Farmers' Bank Now Objects of
Attention by Authorities.
"U-3" was built at Danzig In 1903 anl
has tbe displacement of 300 tens, la
November, In company with submarine "C-4," the vessel made tht*
passage from Cuxhaven round the
Skaw to Kiel, a distance of 540 miles.
In about forty hours, without a convoy.
The commander of thc "U-3" communicated with the lescueis by means
of a buoy telephone, and said he anil
his crew were in no immediate danger
as their supply i f oxygen would last,
forty-eight   hours.
I    The sinking was caused by the ac-
! cidental  filled  of the water bunkers.
Later the submarine was raised, all
the crew being saved.
I Toronto, Jan. 17.���More warrants
I were issued today in connection with
ithe  recent  failure of    the    Farmers'
Bank of Canada. One was for John
I Lindsay, who was associated With
I General Manager Travers in securing
! subscriptions for bank stock and the
other was for F. Wishart, a New York
on practically all lines of goodB that twelve tons net, under the command  man.
Kngland exports to Japan,   it Is now of Captain George Pendleton.    She is      Wishart     undertook     to     1 iterest
said that Tokyo has yielded most of valued at $5000.   The crew was taken   American and Knglish capital In   thu
Ithe material points. on at Juneau. .Keeley mine.
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Bit Tongue, Died. *f*
Ottawa, Jan. 17.���A peculiar
accident happened today t >
Celeste Readln, of Hull. Wbtm
walking home be fell on the
sidewalk and bit off the end of
his tongue. Doctors were called
in, but they failed to stop the
flow of blood and he died
shortly afterwards.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WANTED.
WANTED���AT GENERAL STORE
Fraser Mills, a lady stenographer
and post office assistant, Apply
Canadian Western Lumber Company.
WANTED - TO BUY TEAM OF
horses, weight lrom 2800 to 3200
pounds; give description and best
��� ash price to  Walsh Susli and  Dour
Factory, City.
WANTED���BEFORE OR ON THE
loth oi February, ���> or 7-roome l
modern house. Careful tenants, no
children.   Apply Box 9, Dally News
otlice.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, GEN-
eral housework.   Apply box i, Dail)
News ollice.
WANTED   'l'i>   BUY   AGREEMENTS
of sale; also properly close in; only
owners need communicate wiih
I'. 0. Box 5, this ollice. all cash
t ranBaction.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-
beeping rooms; good relet ences.
Apply  box  8,  News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR Pltl-
vate boarding house; Hist class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 613 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED ���SMALL     RANCH,     IM-
proved, with building:, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. (12  Hastings street east.
SHERRIFF ROSE & CO.
REAL   ESTATE
Insurance   and   Financial   Brokers
Conveyancing,  Notary   Public.
Phone 832. P. O. Box 771.
646  Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
WE   have   ths   exclusive   sale   of   the
following, viz.:
CITY  Ob   NEW WESTMINSTER.
REVIVALS   AND    NEWSPAPERS.
BUSINESS BLOCK, In heart of Columbia Btreet, stands on two large
lots. Presenl revenue from rents
exceeds 13 per cent. This property
will cn,ilv advance duiing the
present year. Sec us ior special
terms, which are easy.
MANUFACTURING SITE in Sapperton. hounded on two sides by C. P.
railway and Brunette river. Exceptionally rood buy. Price $50,000.
One-quarter casli, balance over four
years at 7 per cent.
FINE RESIDENCE in best locality,
thirteen rooms. Stands on L32xl32
fool lot. Price $10,500. One-third
casii. balance 6, 12 and L8 months al
7 per cent.
Both Fatigue the Rev. Manly Benson,
of St. Catharines.
SI. Catharines, Jan. 17.���"] am get-
ling tired of these great revivals tbey
gel up from time to time In the large
cities, revivals wliich are managed
upon a commercial basis, and Qod will
visit llis vengeance upon the dead
churches after the revival hits died
out."
Thus Bpoke Uev. Dr. Manly Benson
to his congregation ttl Welland Avenue Methodist church yesterday morning, lie had a word lo add about the
daily newspapers. "l am getting
tired," lie said, "of reading the dally
papers. About all I can learn by them
i.s thai somebody's house lias been
broken Into, somebody's boy Has run
way, somebody's girl has gone astray,
and a lot of such things that do nobody any good, and 1 pray ior the
time when oui' daily press will devol I
more attention lo llie cause of Christianity."
OLD METHODIST CHURCH
IS USED AS DANCE HALL
Boys'  Club  Buys  Unusual    Building���
Deacons Annoyed  When   Live  Wire
Club    Holds    Jinks.
���HONEYMOON    TRAIL."
WANTED ��� IMMEDIATELY, FURNISHED room, close to business
district. State price mid particulars.    Box 10. O. K.. Daily  News.
WANTED���WAITRESS IMMEDIATE
ly.   Apply Premier hotel.
WANTED���TWO     BOYS    AT    Till'.
Leaver Cigar Factory,
WANTED���YOUNG BUSINESS MAN
requires good sized, comfortable
room with partial board.   Apply box
IS, News office.
CLEARED LOTS (one-fifth of an
acre) facing Lulu Island road and
within city limits. Price $400 up.
One-third cash, balance G, l- and is
mont hs at 7 per cenl.
SUNBURY. DELTA. Large Steel Corporal inn   have just   invested   largely
in water front bere. We lmve 2r,i>
feet of water front at $125 per front
foot. One-third casli, balance easy.
'Buy.
BURNABY, three large cleared lots at
Intersection of main roads. Car
passes in front. Price $2500. One-
hnlf casli, balance easy.
FOUND.
FOUND���ON   CORNWALL   STREET,
a iniiii of money. Tlie owner can
receive same by paying lor ibis
advertisement. Apply to 1025 Cornwall sireet.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���GOOD ORGAN IN GOOD
condition. For particulars apply t,>
'.'17  Fifth avenue, city.
FOR    SALK    OK    RENT ��� EIGHT-
roomed house; fully modern; cen-
J rally located. Address 017 Fifth
avenue, city.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen', comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
���*hree rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
���sireet, City.
SUBDIVISION LOTS, adjoining city
limits and new P.. C. E. railway line.
$::ni> io $400. $20 down, $10 per
month at  7  per cent.
RICHMOND (Lulu Island) manufacturing site, "no feel deep waterfrontage on North Ann. Blocks
from 6% to S acres. $4000. One-
ihird cash, balance 6, 1- and 11
months at  7 per cent.
SURREY, Langley, .Matsqui, Sumas,
Chilliwack and Coquitlam. We have
exceptionally good listings in the
above municipalities.    See us    for
same.
SHERRIFF ROSE & CO.
REAL   ESTATE
Insurance   and   Financial   Brokers
Conveyancing.  Notary  Public.
Phone 832. P. O. Box 771.
646  Columbia   St.,   New  Westminster.
New Westminster Elections
"Honeymoon Trail," which Hough,
Adams and Howard wrote as a sisuv
vehicle to their oilier greal Buccess,
"A Stubborn Cinderella," will be the
attraction at Westminster Opera
house tomorrow, it will be presented
by a casi of over half a hundred sinners, comedians an I dancers, the ins
ter of principals containing such clever and high-salaried performers as
Louis Kelso, Arline Biding, Pre I
Wyckoff, fail Qeorge, Rose Kildea,
Bonnie Armstrong, James P. Houston
and Clara Daiton. "Honeymoon Trail''
has a Chicago run of 225 consecutive
performances at the LnSalle theatre
la its credit, and divided lasi summei
between Huston and Philadelphia,
playing "The I lull" and "The City of
Brotherly Love" six weeks each, te
tecord-breaking business, li has been
aptly described by tlie Boston Traveler as a "riot nf color, action, light,
music and .iris." The famous 1 a-
Salle tin aire chorus, comprising
thirty shapely girls who can really
sing and dance, is a feature.
Steam Kills Sailors.
Washington, .Ian. 17.��� Eight men
were killed aud one injured on lhe
l'nited States battleship Delaware,
en route from Guantanamo, Cuba, t i
Hampton Roads, according to a wireless despatch received by the navy
department. The despatch stated that
tlie men were burned by steam.
All accounts against Mr. T. .1. Trapp
should be forthwith sent to Mr. R,
Churt.cn, Blackie block, New Westminster,
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
chi,-ago. Jan. 17."Ten enterprising
voung men of the village of Warren-
vllle,  Dupage   county, organized   the
"Warroliv ille Live Wile cluh." No
suitable clubhouse at hand, thev chipped in $50 eacli and bought, the Methodist church building, which has Berv-
ed the needs Of the village Inl' "nlgh
mi tn _fty years" for a clubhouse, and
lasi Saturday night opened festivities
with a grand ball.
Tlie good old Methodlsl brethren
and Bisters arose in a mighty wave
ot righteoue Indignation mid tiled tn
prevenl this Bacriltglous use of their
tait h's citadel, bui it was Saturday
night and ihe courts had adjourned
for the day when ihey learn* d that
the dance vvas to be held.
While the BCOffers danced llie : IOd
old deacons prayed. In -pile of the
hard mid rough way thai the transgressor is supposed lo travel, nu this
nlghl the guy transgressors tripped
tlie light fantastic into the "wit siu i'
hours" on I,nard worn sm ioth by worshipful feci of two generations of de-
vi,in  Methodists.
Wm rem llie wns the early home ol
Judge E. ll. Gary, now of steel trusl
fame, and the Garys were nothing if
ii,ii good Methodists, ii is reported
that Judge Gary on hearing thai a
dance had been held In the church
where he kicked his heels agalnsl the
pews when a kid, became indignant, '
and thai he has offered liis moral and
financial aid to save the old church
from fun her desecration
The coutts will be asked to decide
whether the board of trustees of the
Nai erv ill'' church, w i li which the
Warrenville church unite l several
years ago, had any right to sell the
building. Districi Superintendenl J.
IPooley mid Pastor E. J. Unso. of Nap-
' orville, gave their conseni to the sale
of the vacant church and the proceeds
were ti) be used for Improvements in
the Naperville church.
Attorney L. II. ('.range, of VVheaton,
lias been retained to light tlie battles
of the Warrenville Methodists and former Judge John s. Goodwin will represent the interests of the Naperville
trustees and the Live Wile club. Colonel Manning, an attorney at Warrenville, representing the Colonel Warren estate, says that, according to the
original deed, the pro) city is to rc-
I vert to the donor when it ceases to be
i used for a Methodist church.
It is expected that llie li'-ihl will be
carried to tbe supreme coun and thai
years of litigation and much expense
may be the result of thi' "grand opening ball of the Live Wire club."
GIRL    EVANGELIST.
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.CANADIAN
���FOR SALE���ON EASY TKK.MS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to train. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 27!). City.
S-X)R SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
Btreet. Applv on premises for particulars or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster. B. C.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
'TO  RENT���A  FLAT.     APPLY  MRS.
11. Nelson, 017 Fifth avenue.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM. COK-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
TO RENT.
TO RENT ��� NEW SEVEN-ROOM
house. Apply corner Seventh avenue
and Fourteenth street.
Water Consumers
As it Is reported that a number of
citizens are allowing I heir water taps
lo run during cold nights, citizens are
bereby notified and requested to   re-
1'r.iin  lrom doing so.    If any are delected in persisting after this notice,
���other moans will have to be used.
,1. S.  BRYSON,
Chairman Water Committee.
IOARD OP TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tUe
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tniro
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at t> p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. N'ew members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. .1.
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 nnd 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville Btreet. F. C. Wade, K. 0.5
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. 11 128. Room,
Trapp block.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
ttawfoundland, anu In London. Eng-
!��nd, New York Chicago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., aud Mexico City. A genera!
'banking business transacted, Let
���tors of Credit Issued, available with
-correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
at/d interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Totul   Assets   over   $186,000,000.00
<t<EW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
:l.T;PAYS TO ADVERTISE
i _ IN ���
r THE  DAILY  NEWS.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer', specilicatlons, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 41a. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
I   10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
j  1:00 p. ni  Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10: On a. m  Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
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��� Feb. 18
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.  m	
Jan. 10, 24;  Feb. 7, 21.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND  CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00  n.  m.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilli wack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
EI). GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
11.  W.  BRODIE,
G. P.  A., Vancouver
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Welsh   Exhorter    of    Seventeen    Fills
Churches   With   Her   Magnetism.
Pittsburg, Jan. 17.���Miss Maggie
1 lev an, a seventeen-year-old evangelist from Wales, who preaches the
"straight gospel," is creating a sensation in Pittsburg and is drawing
many thousands to the churches in
which she speaks. Not only are all
the seats lilled but thc aisles are
crowded. Her magnetic personality is
remarkable.
From the moment she raises her
voice until the echo of her last words
dies away she is complete mistress of
the situation. She wears a blue Peter
Thompson suit and a red tie. Rich
brown hair hangs in a long plait down
her back. The evangelist is not sensational in her talk. In a high, clear
voice that carries well she preaches
plainly, but with an earnestness that
stirs the emotions of the audience.
When she Is sad her hearers are sad.
When a smile steals over the sweet,
girlish face the auditors smile. Handkerchiefs are freely used by her hearers to wipe away tears which her appeals Induce.
When Miss Hevan finishes her discourse the audience rushes to the pulpit. Many women and girls embrace
and kiss her. One elderly woman was
seen kissing the hem of her garment.
It was once the ambition of the girl
to become an actress, but now she Is
glad this ambition did not meet with
tbe approval of her parents. Nickel-
odeums, she declared, are a curse of
piesent day life. She expresses the
opinion that in this country mothers
make a mistake by allowing their
daughters so much freedom.
Thc girl evangelist is tiie daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bevan, of Caerphilly, Wales. She has been preaching in Great. Britain for two years.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
1911
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your > kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasv
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep alter gerrris
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 j ust the right proportions to cleanse
easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
w *4 Set
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
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HECTOR   McCAIG,  Manager.
Thursday Jan. 1
"They're Laughing Yet in Chicago"
Kelly   and   Fitzgerald
PRESENT
Tlie Merriest of Musical Comedies
HONEYMOON TRA!
     BY	
ADAMS, HOUGH AND HOWARD
WITH
Louis Kelso���Fred Wyckoff
AND
50        Singers,  Comedians  and Dancers 50
���e
Production, in detail, as presented for 225 consecutive performances at the La Salle theatre, Chicago,
The first "Chantecler"  dance ever staged.
That impressionable beauty chorus���None of them
twenty���None of them married
Ned Wayburn's Dancing Brownies
(Original Double Sextette of Dancing Broilers)
P.S.-The show that set all Vancouver laughing last
season.
Seats on  sale   at   Mckenzie's
Prices $1.00,  75c,  50c.
Watch for the "Little Bee"
FREEMAN     HUNTING,    ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Veg-etables. etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
I. O. O. K. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
Tho regular meetings of tills lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hull, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; \V. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial Bccre-
tan
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vancouver and Agris-
siz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 07).
17:0r>���From  Vancouver.     (No.  90)
10:20���From Vancouver, fie.ittlo and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg,
ll:0u���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
16:56���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   96).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:10���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
Wait for Phillips'
Big Clothing Sale
SOMETHING WILL BE DOING
Watch for the Big Ado*
II. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster. WED
_ESDAY,  JANUARY   18,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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THE MORNING PAPER
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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 ill
The Daily
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster PAGE FOUR.   '"TFSfUfcuj.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY  18, 1911
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we wonder? But with this resolution
in force the position of Mr. Cotsworth
becomes more anomalous than ever.
lt is altogether most unsatisfactory
Published by The Daily News Publish-' for tins audit to go dragging on without limit of time or scope and with ho
ing Company, Limited, at their offlces
corner    ol    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
<i*k_$_w5*_J��>
sign of any definite good heing ac
complishod by its means. A man wh<
lays claim to heing an experienced
auditor should surely be able to conclude a work of this kind in something less than eight months, lf he
cannot, well then, his claim to capability has a mighty poor backing to
it.
There is yet another point upon
which the council should he definitely
informed. What has become of the
j official known as tho city auditor, who
Now that the new council has set-1 Unttl the advent of Mr. Cotsworth,
tied down to husiness there is one Lvas jireSi,nied to he responsible ror
matter in particular to which it must Uj,e r\ue an(j proper keeping of thc
.give prompt and careful attention. | city's accounts'.' Has he been dis-
This is the circumstances connected I nljssed or superannuated, or is he
rith the audit  of the   city accountsLyjj Upon the active list and reeeiv-
WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY  18,  1911.
FOR    INVESTIGATION.
seeking  to  build  up a  political   ma-, winter in  Seward peninsula,
chine, appointment of relatives to city |    According to the letter, which left
positions, and other Irregularities. Mr. I Nome November 28, the    dredge    of
Btambaugh, it is said, is backed by an! Frank Heed, on Solomon, was oporat-
organi/ation   of  tbe   city's    foremost j Ing at that time    most    successfully.
husiness men, wliich has been working quietly for over a month to replace Mr. Fawcett with a man they
consider better fitted. There Is considerable talk of recalling all the commissioners, five In number.
DREDGES AT WORK
IN WINTER SEASON
The success of the winter attempt to
operate, Mr. Ernst says, is principally
due to the covering of the tailing extractors, wliich weie the first parts
of the machines to be affected by
frosts in former years.
Th.e big dredge of Pierson, also on
Solomon river, shut down for the first
time November 26, but may have resumed operations since, and the
writer of tbe letter believes that other
dredge  men  in  Other    parts    of    the
and the position of Mr. Cotsworth, thel
auditor. We observe that at Monday
night's meeting or the council Mayor
tree put forth lhe recommendation
that the auditor's report he gone into
ing  the  salary   conferred   upon   him
upon his appointment?
Finally some proper explanation
should he secured in regard to the issue  of  the   so-called  auditor's  report
Seattle, Jan. 17.���Nome is no longer
depending on the summer season for
its output of gold. Dredges were still ��� peninsula have heen equally success-
operating during th.e closing days of fui In overcoming the effect of the
November.      These    statements    are   cold.
made by Phil Ernst, now in Seattle,! Mr. Ernst states that the result
on information from liis brother, will be quite an output for the winter
Joseph   Ernst,  who  is  spending    tbe  from the section.
Children Often Need
;it an early dale, and the suggestions   on ,ho pvp of thp (,ivi(, eiectioh.    The
contained   therein  discussed,  with  a citizens are entitled to know why the
view  to their adoption or otherwise.  issl|p of  this   waa  deferred   to  what
might   he   termed   the   psychological
Tbis is well, as far as it goes. It, is
certainly high time that some definite
and decisive action in regard to this
much-discussed document was undertaken.    The late  council  followed
a. laxative���but you cannot be too
careful what you give them.   Harsh
purgatives Injure the bowels and pave the way for
life-long troubles.   The new
___M*m***���*9W.t^ Al
does ihe work most
effectively without irritating the bowels
or causing any discomfort.   The children like them for they taste
like  candy.    One   of  the  most  popular  of  the NA-DRU-CO preparations,
25c. a bo*,   lf your druggist has nol yet stocked them, send 25c. and we will mall thorn. 20
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada. Limited,        ���        ���        Montreal.
moment, and who pays for the printing and mailing of that report ta the
ratepayers ? Some explanation is also due from Mr. Cotsworth as to why
G8M
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500 Tons,  7,000   Horsepower
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
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11.30 p.m. Mondays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT     -
Direct connection at Prince llupert for  Stewart
S.   S.   "Prince   \i
bert'  will   leave  Prince   Rupert  January    20th lor    Port    Slmui
Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago   ��
Detroit,  London,  Hamilton, Toronto,     Montreal,     Portland,     Host"
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore nnd Washington D'
For tickets, time tables, illustrated
apply to
literature, and all im,
irniati i
HARRY Q. SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet.
L. V. DRUCE,
Commercial Agent
f>27 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.    Plione 7100. Phone Horn
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
The Roberts
Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
the questionable practice of procras- |)e apparentiy essayed to take an actuation in regard to the report. Uve part jn tl)e lale eiection. For an
whether from timidity or from sheer officer of the corporation to do this is
distaste  for  its  details  we   do   not altogether irregular and improper.
know.   But the new council should be | 	
itble    to    approach    this    with    open   JEWISH   MARRIAGES
minds, silt and discuss the whole mat-1 MAY N0T BE LEGAL
ter of the famous document, and dis-1    Vancouver, dan. 17,-The rabbi    oi
c   w the Jewish  community in Vancouver
pose of it in some way or other, once ,s bringlng tl(e attention of the attor-
and for all. The affair has been hang- ney-general to the alleged fact that
ing over the heads of the citizens marriages liave' heen solemnized by
much loo long to be pleasant. I men who pose as rabbis, but have nr
Put what the council must also do,
sanction for their   a'.option   of   that
sacred office,    lie has heen away for
and  that   loo,   without   delay,  is   to  some tjme ami returned to find that
find   out  exactly   wheie   the   auditor  marriages  had been celebrated withstands and what is lhe precise   rela-  out the proper authority of the church
,   , ,,       .,    ������ ,   ,,,!, and as the ceremony was neither civil
tionship between the citj and this no? sa,red, Ule couples who have been
very officious official. To go back to united by the substitutes for rabbi
somewhere near the time when Mr. may awaken to the knowledge that
Cotsworth  lirst  made his appearance they are not legally married.
Who Said New Year's ?
i
I
V
It is time to start on your New Year's work. We
have just received a Splendid Assortment of Novel-
ties  for  making  up.    All ir*   the  Newest   Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
MB
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, mav
now be ready to open a
bank account.
SIX   YEARS   FOR   DEFAULTER.
on the scene al  the council meeting
tit' May 2, 1000:
The  position   of   Auditor   Moses   B.   Former  Teller of    Tacoma    National
Cotsworth occupied a large portion of      Bank of Commerce Sent to Prison.
the attention of the city council last'     Tacoma.  Jan.  IT^losepb    Francis
l'uhrman. paying teller of the Nation-
night      lie   submitted  some   reports  .,,  Uank  of CommelTe, 0j nils    city,
on the progress of his work, and ask- who defaulted to the extent of $02,000,
���ed the council for more extended was sentenced to six years' imprisonment   in   the   McNeil   Island   peniten-
\ Jewelry
. .     ' tiarv  by   Judge  George  Dcnworth  in
the  council  to  petition  the United  states    court    here    tins
powers.
lie wishe
lhe lieutenant governor to have him  afternoon,    hc pleaded guilty.
appointed official auditor and then be1    His counsel made a plea for clem
would have power to examine all the ency, '*  '   ! '
books in the    city    hall and    any of-
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
,.       .,, REGINA   HOUSE IS
"'' u"   " 'u OPENED FOR SESSION
to the-iact that until
be assisted in the defalcations Fuhr-
man, it   was  si Id,  lived a blameless
ficlal.   He volunteered to do this with-  *iie     llo wm be taken to the island
out pay, providing he were paid up tomorrow.
to   date,   and,   alter   some   discussion
the requesl was granted
go ahead and make a thorough audit
ii job which he expects will keep him :    Regina, Jan. 17.���Saskatchewan leg-
busy until the end of the month. islature reassembled today.   The first
That is over eight months ago anl  business taken up was tne discussion
of the speech trom the throne, which
up to tlie present we have not had so was read at the openlng of the House
much as anything in the shape of a  on December 15,    The address ill re-
proper account showing the financial  P'y was moved hy Dr. JticKell, M. L.
of the citv, nor anv balance _' for Hanley. and -econ.led by ���>��� ���'���
, . Stevenson, M. L. A. for Francis,   lt is
bis   by   the   way,   however, anticipated  that  the  most  important
What the titi. ens are very anxious to business   of   the   session will   he   a
know   la   whal   cl lm   lias    Mr.  Cot:- measure  regarding elevators    arising
worth upon I  e city for the fine le ollt of tile re��on of the e'evator com-
., .        ,, '   , . . mission    and    another   dealing    with
has spent since May last and for the  workmen-8 compensation.
work he is supposed to have done be-;    Sittings  will  be held  in  the    new
tween that date and  now.    It Is all  legislature buildings, although as the
���very well to refer to this remarkably , chamber  itself is  not yet  completed
������_���_���,.    _ ��� , .. ,    I use will  have to be made of one of
generous offer to carry on his examination of the books, documents and
persons at the city hall free, gratis
and for nothing. In this country at
all events, no man is expected to work
���
���
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official   C. P. R'y Time Inspector
Mr. Contractor: When you aro
building a house, let us figure on Lhe
wiring and fittings. Our motto is
good work and when you want it.
Also let us tell you how to save To
per cent, of your liuht hills. We can
do It, Repair and trouble work given
prompt  attention.
The Bank ot* Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong
ing organization.
uank-
avmgs
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,   New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
posi ion
sheet.
WESTMINSTER   OPERA   MOUSE
���   . .-,   HECTOR  McCAIG,  MANAGER.
Wednesday,  Jan.  18
THAT  BEAUTIFUL AND  REALISTIC COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE
the large committee rooms.
AN  EMPIRE WAY.
PARSONS DON'T WANT
OPTION   FIGHT PUT OFF
London, Jan. 17.���It is suggested
that the coronation route be decorat-
for nothing, and we cannot believe ed bv the governments of the over-
that the council will expect Mr. Cots- seas dominions and it is also proposed
worth to devote some months to lus- -it*** there be an Kmpiie Way, con-
sing ahout In the City hall without re- ,taininS, *rche* typifying the domin-
, , Ions. It has been practically decided
ward of seme kind. He was paid t0 lnvite representative members of
$1800 for the work done up to May,' the parliament of the cplouies to the
this being at the rate of $40 per diem coronation.
���for at such a rl llculously high llg-
ure does Mr. Cotsworth value bis services, even though he is not, we   be- | 	
Ueve, a chartered accountant. If he is ! Tacoma, Jan. 17.���At the meeting of
to be paid at this same rate for the lhe Methodist Preachers' Union today
���.,���    ..,.,*, ���       ,        a resolution  was adopted    protesting
five or six months he tfl presumed to  againsl   lhe    dpc,sionl   of   \hp  8taltf
have been conducting the audit, and |,0(iae 0f representatives to bar all
Jhis work seems capable of indefinite consideration of legislation against
prolongation,   the  sum    pavable   wm ; the liijuor traffic.
amount to something hetween six and L T"e m��nl8te" <Jeclaro the act,ion ",."
democratic, un-Ameiictin and sub-
eight thousand dollars. Even tho | versive of the fundamental principles
smaller amount would he a preposter- j of our form of constitutional govern*
ment.
. I Regarding as they do the members
iof the legislature as servants of the
know what transpired in connection pcople( and bound t0 pre8ent any mat-
wit, the resolution of tlie old council ; ter for consideration, the preachers'
passed some time iu August last, that' union requests the house of represen-
the services of Auditor Cotsworth be  tatlves l0 reaolnd lhe resolution
The Cli
imax
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SIX MONTHS GRAND OPERA HOUSE, CHICAGO.
PRESS COMMENTS.
"An unusual play with music
that is effective."���N. Y. Sun.
"A genuine and novel treat."
���X. Y. World.
"Joseph Weber found a gem
of purest ray serene when he
discovered "The Climax."���N.
Y Times.
"Such a dramatic atmosphere
Is a positive relief."���N. Y.
Telegraph.
Seat sale Saturday, January 14, at Mackenzie's.
Prices���-$1, 75c and HOc.
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Westminster P.Hate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$1T> weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital, Telephone 755.
Interest is paid  on  S
Balances half-yearly,
"^"siness   Accounts    opened
on ravorable   terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
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615 Columbia Street.
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R��f(t��K��   delivered    p. imptlj    *
any part of tfc* city.
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OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Room   14,   Westminster   Trust   Block.
Phone 711. Box  160.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist In Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern lluilding Construction.    Telephone 806.
Room  13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW WE8TMINSTER.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
genu'   open '��<*
gents' open   cs��*
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress Suits, Blouses, etc.,
all new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
.ous sum to pay for such work.
Auain,  the  citizens  would   like
WORKING   FOR   RECALL.
dispensed  with and that the lieutenant governor be ie:piested to cancel
Ms appointment.    So  far  as  we  are   Former    Tacoma    Councilman    Files
-aware no result atten led that  resolu- i     Charges Against Mayor Fawcett.
lion.    Yet we cannot believe that tho;    Tacoma, Jan. 17.���A movement   for
lieutenant  governor would neglect to  tlle recall of A. V. Fawcett, the first
acknowledge such a communication oi  mayor, ��lecte? in fTacoma "nder the
,  , commission plan of government adopl-
lo take some action In regard to it.   ed last year(  Wll8 started   yesterday
Mr.   Cotsworth   heing   the    appointee  when M. B, Stambaugh, a former city |
:and servant of the council, we do not councilman, filed charges against Mr.
understand how his honor could   do KawceU wlth Uie cil>' clerk ami madt>,
..... , ..     .   ,      formal request for hlank forms of re-
Otherwise than conform to the desire  c 1( Ie,j,j')ns
���expressed ln the council's resolution.      Mr. Fawcett is charge! with extrav
%Yas  the  latter quietly  pigeon-holed,  agance,   violation of the   charter   i
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
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue j
PHONE 370.
Gold Watcie. ror LAdies from 112.75
I ip.
Sliver Watchea,
116.00.
Sliver Watches,
117.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltbam   and    **'**���*���
j Watch��a.
!    Watch repairing a specialty.
j     F. CRAKE
I Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Orocerj
For nil kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. F. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Btreet.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
; IT WILL BRING RESULTS
I
COAL
New|
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
neg pardon:    I take it for granted
that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
j or you would change your mind, AcfflO
Is in a clans hy itself. Once tr"'""
always used.
Our special champagne is a w|"n,^
| You out. it to try a case for   (lir'
1 mas !   Price $1.26, case and bottles
be returned.
'    Factory:  Simpson Street.
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E3NESDAY, JANUARY  18, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTS
ff.ank
GOTCH   OUT
FOR    MONEY
AGAIN
.Ian. IT.���Frank Gotch,
wrestler of the world, today
a   statement   from   Kansas
pion
med
U;,i   lie   had   heen    matched    to
et Henry Ordemann iu a linish con-
; ' .     "The  date  is  set,"   said  Gotch, |
I lnten.1 to go out and clean up
more of them."
.
I
ATHLETES   FOR   STOCKHOLM.
preparations  Begun  lor Sending   American Team to Sweden.
���,,. .  York, .hm. 17.���The flrsl   materia! step toward sending an Amerl-
��� ,,.,..,!  in  the  Olympic   games   at
i:n nexl year has been made
National A. A. U. in the shape
crlption of $10,000.   This win
the nucleus of a fund to defray
, enses of the athletes,   it i>, esti thai a total of $30,000 will he
The committee has until some-
in  May, 1912, to gather the rest
time
money.
WOLGAST    SIGNS    THREE.
Phiadelphia Jack O'Brien Gets Lightweight to Make  Matches.
Ullac,     Midi..    Jan.     17.���While
O'Brien,   of   Philadelphia,  was  8tatloned la  i>, ; ,    ,,,
last week he signed Ad Wolgast,  he  has defeated  all
hi     champion,     for     three
the latter announced last night, i
ties are to be of six   rounds
Bnd    will   be   with "Knockout '
Battling   Nelson   and  either
q .:   Moran or  Packy   MacFarland,
��� one will be In February   8
' . Farland or Moran.   Kexl will
Hi iwn  for  February   is.     Six
Battling   Nelson   will   he J
,.      Wolgast   says  he   will   gel j
. ach appearance ,
three, and police stopped other to
save opponent. Trained hy Tommy
Ryan.
Miles McLeod was horn in Missouri
and has heen a farmer; twenty-six
years of age; weighs 22o pounds;
stands 6 feet ii inches. King experience: None. Trained by Joe
Choynskl
Carl   Morris  hails   from   Oklahoma
and   has   heen   a    railroad    engineer; '
weighs    21u    pounds,    i.s    twenty-live1
years   of   age.   and   stands   ii   feet    4 !
! iches   in    height.    King   experience. I
Boxed a hit  while a member of the'
l'nited States army, and since he en- j
tered   the   professional   ranks   three
mouths  ago  he  has  disposed  of several  third-raters.     Trained by  Eddie
Robinson.
Jack Lester is a westerner, nineteen years of age; weighs 187 pounds;
stands ti feet in height. Ring experience; None; trained by Tommy
Hums.
Walter Monahan makes his home in
Chicago, where he is now the training partner of Jack Johnson; twenty-
one years of age; weighs 200 pounds;
stands 5 feet 11% inches. Ring experience: Showed absolutely nothing in
his lirst bout witli George Cotton in
Pittsburg on December 20. Trained
by Jack Johnson.
Bonbardler   Wells   is   the   heavy:
j weight champion of England; twenty-
three years of age. weighs 200 pounds,
stands 6 feet 3 inches in height, Ring
experience;    Won the boxing   championship  of   the   British    army   while
recent  mont lis
English   heavy-
"AT IT HERE SIIICE 1900V
\00W../j���;
'CO. IT(T
weights ni any pretensions.
George Henderson comes from Ti-
tUBvllle, Pa, Little is known of him
outside his own locality, hut he la
sai,I to be twenty-six years of age and
to weigh 200 pounds, liis chief claim
to distinction is said to be his abilftj
to take a kick from a horse without
heing "feazed."
HIP   A   BANK:    NOW   BROKE.
NEW   YORK    POLICE
WARN    BAT
Jan.    17.���A    knockout
at will keep him oul for all
he adheres  io  certain  iv-
 i   handed to Battling Nel
II   itweighl champion, by
. . i olice department to-
, ip was conveyed In an
envelope   presented   to
a  blue-coated    Individual,
even more effectual than
��� I  en Moran handed him in
i San Francisco 'wo months
L?st     Quarter     Withdrawn     by     Sur-
j     geons and Institution Is Insolvent.
NELSON,     Bt    Loul8i   MOj   Jan    l7_city   h08
pital surgeons who removed a quarter
from the hip of Walter Carlwood,
learned thai this animated hank ai
one lime contained 60 cents ar.d a
i enl nlfe, the coins on de| osit b< luu
the quarter, three dimes and a nickel.
All save the quarter were withdrawn
by a surge in in Colorado, Mid the
hank is now Insolvent. While hunting eight >cais ago a companion accidentally fired at Charlwood and the
buckshot drove the coins and knife in
to  his  hip.
.
ppeai lng here  in vaude- j
���,    lines tue to come on the
little monologue, and then
to the  footlights  and   Chalmers.
.   beard of it end sent aii
lo the show   last   night.  On
" letter to  Nelson was
ATE    $100    TO    SPITE    WIFE.
She Told Police Prisoner Had Roll of
Money���He   Swallowed   it.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 17.���What is he.
Ileved   lo  he  the   lilo.t   iii.tlv   "morsel
(".er served in Omaha was eaten here
hy   Fred C. Throop, a  prisoner id tht
lt directed the Battler   Douglaa county Jail, who deliberately
��� his challenge or go to jail
Hi ��� ge was an Infraction of
��� i .,   "i ork laws.
���'4PS STUDY BASEBALL.
'SavelourMonq.
���*Commence How!
We want evoyonelo tow
fyat we are paying -
-~~W Interest^
peraTHiuirc credited mthtf
on savings deposits ($1-
��k upward) subject toWitti-
dra^Urche(j*>e&-*
on Me deposits of*
Sjunouftis & over. -
We mvest mone^ forctients
indrstmwt^es&doa
general financial business.
We want Your saving accnt
& iffou arc not saving *
^TcmaTicatlv, * .- ���*��� -
Commence NOW WiM5.
Deposits "by mail^"^
+ + * easily "handle. ���
You?aii send b/Draft,
Post Office ���** Caress
Order or Rc&isteretT^
Letter & withdrawals
can, bema^e^"^ �����"? -
- - auy way you wish.
Ware Responsible
Refer ftp?-** ���*��� ���*��� -
Duna,Bra<.stte&a,
or To anyone in *
VMG0UV6R-
Write us about it Way
Doit now!!!!!
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for breakfast
Olympic self-
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Pancake Flour
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Maple Syrup
tins from 25c. to
$1.75
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59-PMONES--691
jJWe are reducing our stock of
put   into  hts  mouth,  masticated  and
then swallowed a $100 hill.
The police weie searching Throop,
who hail heen arrested on an insanity
charge preferred hy his wife, und had
discovered $66 about his person, lh'
declared thut was all he hud, hut bis
wife insisted that  he had much more.
Thereupon Throop went to the corner Ol  his cell, where his shoes were,
extracted from them the $100 bill and.
ate it
C. k* Welsh    Heating Stoves
Ycjng Fellow  From  Land   of    Mikado
to   Train   With   Gnnts.
Jan.   IT. ��� Not    satisfied
. ; lng  the  besi   play ei s  in
tl  States, John J.  McQraw,
of the  New   ���> ork Qlanta,  is
; i us tutor to the Japanese
:.  in  tlie  Yankee  game.     Tog i
of Tokyo, lias applied for I
il   ol baseball apoatie to his   Chief  Smart Tells Commission of the
itrymen, und McGraw plans to do j Dangerous Work of Men.
s power to spread the gospel |    ,.���,���������.   ,������   17_������������� nonsensical
RISKS   OF    FIREMEN.
Calgary, Jan.  17.���"It's
to state the occupation of a laborer in |
the city excavations is us ' mi. erous j
as that of a fireman," Chief Smart, of
the lire department, said this moraine, discussing he statement of i
rivic official that a trench digger's
work was as dun. erous us that of a
fireman.
The statement arose in connection
with the proposal to form a civic mutual Insurance association.    The doctors   hill   cf   firemen   who   had    been
sick for some time was submitted to
the   city   for    payment    and   it   was
argued  that  the doctor's  hill  of city
laborers might as well he paid by the
city as that of firemen.
1     "Ask  the   life   Insurance   company
which ia the more dangerous occupations," Chief Smart said.   "Why, there
said to he alert and | _re (m,y Uiree companies I know of in
speed   makes    them   (-ana(ja who will Insure firemen, and]
then  the policies cost  three times aa I
much.    The firemen are classed with
railroaders  as  having  to  ��<'  through
the greatest danger and run the greatest risks."
"The laborers need not go into danger unnecessarily." Chief Smart argue 1. "for precautions can he taken
and the sides of the sewer trench
propped up. Several accidents in the
citv weie caused hy the hick of protection. Gravel walls will not hold
like  flay  walls.
"There's danger for a fireman from
the  time  the  alarm  comes  until  the
fire  is  out."  be  said.    "There ia   always a certain amount of risk going
llie.    The    men  bave to    reach
gama in foreign lands.
S   '      aoto, who has the hacking of
ber ol Influences of Tokyo, will
to Martinsprings with the Giants
stait training, and will deli   ".uie lo mastering the game.
ers plan to develop proles-
' aaeball in their own country
-real popular sport.    With their,
'  tertgtlc  enterprise   when   desir- j
v.ii something from western
11    iia they decided to send a dele-
���"''���   to America to studv  the  game
'!i> bring hack the best of American
���' toda ami training.    Several of the
���  teams  of   this  country   have
��� scursions   to   Japan,   among
"":" being the trip of the University
:  I alcago  hist   fall.     While the Jap-
���*'���������  ������ do  not  play  much  of a  game
���    'hey are
quick.      Their
Promising material anl  Manager Mc-
Is prophesying that some day 4
real   world's   championship   will   be
I     "1 with the    V'nlted States    anl
. ta as rivals.
the place as soon as they possibly can
for a few minutes means a lot Of dif-
!��� ��� tee in many tires. A tire may get
be; mid control in thai time. Then
when the fire is reached a lil email
tal es his life in his bunds in going
into that building and It is hls duty
to save life no matter what the risk
may be to himself. A wall may fall
or smoke smother him In rold or
warm weather, rain or snow, lie must
not hestltate. No precautions, other
than tbe most apparent ones that
come up in the time can be taken. If
a wall totters men may see It is about
to fall and escape, but when people
are In a building and their escape barred the firemen must make an effort
to  save  their  lives."
The chief thinks a civic Insurance
scheme is a good idea and his department is willing to enter such a
scheme.
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
ONCE  AGAIN.
See our line and get prices before
buying.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
DUKE WORKS AS CLERK.
WHITE   HOPES   IN   LINE.
Something     About     the    Men     Who
Hope   to   Wallop   the Big Smoke.
'  Hope line-up;     Con  O'Kolly   is
ive of Ireland, twenty-three years
'-'���;  won the Olympic   wrestling
tmplonship in London,  weighs 221)
'��� ���     stands,   ii    feet    4Vi    inches
i,!,:;  experience:   seven  months  as  a
fought eight  times, won  four
"'i   knockout,   popular    decisions    in
Miguel of Braganza Employed    in    a
London Broker's Office.
New York, .Ian. 17. ��� News has
reach New York city that the Duke
of Vixen (Prince Miguel of Itiaganza).
who married Miss Anita Stewart, has |
found employment In a London stock
broker's office.
A partner in the flrm states that
the duke does the work cf an ordin-
ary clerk and does it well. He goes
to the city early, has the same time'
off for luncheon ns the other clerks
do and leaves at the same time as
they do. He Is partii darly anxious
to get a thorough Insight into busi-1
ni.ss affairs.
Insurance  Companies   Represented   by
A. W. McLeod Pay Claims Promptly.
The first cheques received by James
! &  McClughan  in payment  of loss on
I their  hardware  stock  caused  by   fire
; last  week  were from the companies
represented   by   A.   W.   McLeod.   who
has received the following letter from
that firm.
A. W. McLeod, Esq.,
New Westminster. B. C.
Dear  Sir,��� We  beg to acknowle lge
' receipt of cheques in payment of loss
which  occurred   when our stock  was
i partially destroyed by fire on Monday
morning. January  !>, and  we  wish  to
thank you for the prompt manner in |
which our claim was settled, it being
paid immediately on adjustment.
Yours truly,
(Signed)       JAMES   &   McCLl'GHAN.
Per A. James.
New Westminster, B.C.. January 17,
1911.
Didn't Lose Fortune.
Len lon,     Jan.      17.���Charles
M.
to
Schwab, the American steel magnate,
Is out here today with a denial of the
published report that he had lost t2<),-
000 at hridge. "I have not played^ a
game of hridge since I came to Kngland three days ago." said Schwab.
FIVE   GENERATIONS.
Remarkable Reunion in Ontario Town
���Oldest 103, Youngest 9 Months.
Comber, Ont., Jan. 17.���Not often is
is now possible to see members of
five generations gather around the
festive board. This occurred at the
home of Alphonse llonneau. Tilbury
West Township, on New Year's Day.
Mrs. Deschamps, aged 103 years, is
the great-great-grandmother; Mrs.
Louis Dora, the great-grandmother;
Mrs. Alphonse Bonneau, the grandmother, and Mrs. Henry Casea. the
mother of twin girls, aged nine
months.
The combined ages of the five generations total 247 years and nine
months. They are of French extraction, originally coming from Quebec
province. Mrs. Deschamps, who has
passed her lOllrd birthday, is quite active.
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If you think you are paying too much   for  your   insurance,   consult  me.
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-ROOMED HOUSE
Pmoncs OfFict 62
Res   25?
INSURANCE IS
MY BUSINESS
Fire.. Liability. Livt Stock,
Life, Acciutivr. Motor Boat.
Automobile.  Plate Glass,
Marine and all other kinds
or Insurance placed at better
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ON NANAIMO STREET, CLOSE TO TWELFTH
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Agencies at:���
Chilliwack, Mission, Haney,
Langley, Abbotsford, etc.
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Note new address,  622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists PAGE SIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
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THE CLIMAX
The following accounts, presented
by the chairmen of the different committees at the council meeting on
Monday    evening    were    passe i    for
payment:
Board    cf    Works.
Royal City Planing Mills (
Gilley  Hi us.  Ltd	
Small Ac Bucklin Lumber Co. .
Jackson Printing Co	
B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd	
Sunset   Hlue Print Co	
(1. B. Milne  	
The Clarke fi Stuart Co Ltd. .
New   Westminster   Co-Operative Association, Ltd	
Thomas Ovens 	
Cunningham    Hardware    Co
Limited      	
The Schaake Machine Works
Limited      	
.(.   Livingston   	
Craig   &   Riddell   	
Ai.i'.i i si ���:. &  Lusby  	
T. J. Trapp & Co. Ltd	
II. T. Kirk   	
McQuarrie & Company  ....
s. J. Davison 	
T.  S.  Annandale   	
Denny &  Rosa 	
C   C. Dunn 	
The Brunette Saw Mill Co.  .
II.  .Morey  i:  Co	
j S70.6 I
lnii-'.7-!
1IV.4u
26 25
8.10
1.63
1.22
58.05
9.30
382 :: i
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21.30
54 80
6.60
15.00
; i
358.40
253.58
"The  Climax"  will  be  seen  at  the
Westminster Opera house tonight,    li
is one of the moist remarkable dramas
of modern times.    It  contains all the
essentials of success.    First, it has a
remendous plot, which is worked oul
with   admirable  power.      Second,  i;
has  great   heart   interest:   and   third,
it has situations which for Intensity
have never been surpassed.   Th.e play
is by  Edward Locke, dramatist, who
has seized  upon the salient points Inl
modern life and has transferred them
to the stage with  fidelity  to   nature.
The lesult.- is a play that appeals tn
people of all classes  in life,    lt. has
been om   o   the mt si successful plays
on the road this season, and has created   keen   interest   win   ever   ll    has
been  produi ed.    'i he i  mpany  offering "The Climax" Is carel   ly selectej
nne, and the  United   Flay   company
which   is  directing  the tour  of  this
organization  has   spare!  m  expense
in  making  this  a  Buperb  production.
The company carries all scenery and
special properties.
The theatre-goers of this city will
have the pleasure of witnessing one
of the best plays that has ever been
written.
Toilet and Medicinal Preparations
Are Compounded by Expert Chemists
Ti tal
,$3039.23
Police.
T.  A.  Muir �����  Co $
Joseph  Mayers  	
McQuarrie & Company 	
T.  S. Annandale   	
Lees   Limited    	
Central     Livery     and     Feed
Stable     	
Captain Pittendr igh        1
Freeman  Hunting         1
Ur. Rothwell 	
LOO
7.50
3.05
3.15
.50
3.00
0.00
0.50
5.00
Total
.$    43.70
Finance    for    Schools.
E. G.  Parnell    $
Belyea fc Company  	
W.  K.  Fales   	
B. C. Telephone Co Ltd.  	
Commercial Transfer Co	
H.   M.   Marshall   	
H.  T.   Kirk   	
New Westminster Gas Co. ...
Lees   Limited   	
Anderson & Lusby  	
T.  A.  Muir &  Co	
T. .1. Trapp & Co. Ltd	
Denny & Koss  	
Royal City Planing Mills ....
E.  G.  Parnell	
D. S. Curtis fc Co	
A.  MilW.r fc  Sons   	
E. 1). Lennie	
R. Lennie 	
188.90
45.25
3.00
7.50
1 il.00'
4.80
6.00
69.80
6.0b j
.96
22.00
26.65
1.50
1H00.70
.75
28.55
10.00
1.73
FIGHT    FOR    BIBLE    IN    ILLINOIS.
Reform    Association    to    Open    Campaign for  Restoration  to  Schools.
Pittsburg, Jan. 17.���Field Secretary
Kev. J. E. McGaw, of the National Reform   association,   will   go  to   Chicago
next   Monday   to   arrange   details   of
the  campaign  for  the  restoration  of
the Hible in the schools of Illinois. At
its  meeting  here  today the  sub-committee  appointed at the association's
annual meeting last fall also decided
to call a convention for the latter pan
of February at Uarrisburg to urge the
amendment   of  the   school   code   of
Pennsylvania so the* the section pertaining to religion shall  not be construed to mean the exclusion  of the
Hible from tbe public' schools.
The following vice-presidents of the
association weie elected by the subcommittee:
Congressman Richmond P. Hobson
of Alabama; Governor J. H. Tyler, of
Virginia: former Governor G. W.
Glenn. North Carolina; Rev. Dr. Wil
liam Parsons, Portland, Or.: Rev. J.
; W. Smith. Warren, Pa.; hev. W. J,
Wilson, Hillsdale, Mich.
Total
..$2344.80
Parks.
The     Brackman-Ker     Milling
Company      i
B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd	
T. .1. Trapp fc Co. Ltd	
Wilber   Smith    	
P. Hums fc Co. Ltd	
Total
18.50
3.00
.31
9.00
5.00
35.81
MAN   EIGHTY   YEARS   OLD
IS   SUED   FOR   DIVORCE
_,,	
Fairfield, Jan. 17.���Mrs. Margaret
��� Matthews Be't has begun suit in the
| superior court for a divorce from Col.
���A. M. Belt, of Berkeley. The couple
have been living apart for several
i years, and in her complaint Mrs. Belt
'assigns intemi erance as the ground
' for divorce. Mrs. Belt is the largest
realty holder in Vallejo. She also is
the owner of Harbin springs. Lake
county, and is reputed to be worth
$500,000. She is eighty years of age
and lier husband is a few yeais her
junior. Attorney John A. Griffin, of
San Francisco, is representing Mrs.
Hell.
Health.
William   Medley   	
Howell fc Oddy 	
David  Adams   	
Central      Livery     aud
Stable       	
Lees   Limited    	
Wilber   Smith    	
T. .1. Trapp & Co. Lid. ..
H. T. Kirk 	
B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd,
Jackson   Printing  Co.   ..
T. A. Muir fc Co	
D. S. Curtii fc Co	
Feed
Total
4.00
2.35
18.80
2.50
15.15
3.00
3.8 i
.40
3.00
3.50
2 25
14,4 I
73.15
SLEEPY MAN MEETS
DEATH IN DOUGH
New Vork, Jan, U.���Asleep on his
feet, Jacob Seligman. a baker, staggered into a power-driven dough mixer, was drawn Into the machine and
chopped to pieces before the power
could he shut off. He had lost slep|-
lately. unending his sick wife. The
latter wKl recover to care for her six
children an 1 carry on the business.
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Royal City Planing Mills  .
1.25
4.lo
Ltd.
Light.
Vanstone II. �� P. Co.
C. C. Howay 	
Dunlop 'iiie &  Rubber Goods
Compan.:, Ltd	
C. C. Dunn 	
Cunningham Hardware Co.  ..
Westminster Iron  Works  ....
J. Livingston 	
Thomas  Clifford   	
Wilber   Smith   	
S. J. Davison   	
T. J. Trapp fc Co. Ltd	
H. C. Telephone Co. Ltd	
Anderson fc Lusby   	
li. C. Klectric Railway Co. Ltd.
J. F. Neilson  	
Schaake Machine Works   ....
George Cunningham fc Son  ..
Total          	
6.8 '
20.0*
8.75
18.25
18.55
Library.
Jackson Printing Co	
Tbe Monetary Times 	
. ...    11.25
126.17
6.01
18.35
6.55 1
4.50 1
1.75
1.50 i
Messrs. Gilley  Bros.  Ltd.
Total       	
22.50
$ 184.27
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302
102
8.
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50
85
901
8t !
42
80 I
sol
Total       	
Market.
The  Columbian   Co.   Ltd.   ...
Thomas Ovens  	
Anderson fc  Lusby   	
H. C. Telephone Co. Ltd.  . .
Royal City Planing Mills, Co.
T. J. Trapp fc Co. Ltd. .	
Belyea & Company  	
T. J. Trapp & Co. Ltd	
,$ 563.86
4.50
.50
.25
8.50
8.45
4.71
7.50
.85
Fire.
Vanstone H. fc   P. Co.   . .
Merrtthew fc Ramsay ....
S. J. Davison   	
McQuarrie fc Company  ..
Craig & Riddell  	
H.  T.  Kirk   	
Joseph  .Mayers   	
H. C.  Telephone Co.  Ltd.
Anderson & Lusby  	
T. A. Muir fc Co	
D. S. Curtis fc Co	
Geo. Cunningham fc Son
288
1
93
3
5
15
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6
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���.00
Total
.�� 440.4��
Total
.$   35.28
Corn-
Water.
Dominion    Wood    Pipe
pany   Ltd	
New Westminster Gas Co. ...
H. Morey & Company  	
Wilber Smith   	
S. ,1. Davison   	
C. Brand 	
Vancouver Kngineering Works
Sunset  Blue  Print Co	
Vancouver Power Company
J. E3. Auld & Co	
Robert Wilson & Son	
Royal City Planing Mills Co.
McQuarrie fc Company  ....
A. R.   Lewis   	
B. C. Telephone C. Ltd	
Anderson fc Lusby 	
Barclay   fc   Adams   	
Roe Stephens Mfg. Co	
J. W. B. Blackman 	
.1. F. Neilson 	
3118.
70
85 i
05 i
50 ;
Total      ���������'��� $1042.51
Bridge.
Heiyea fc Company 	
B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd.
Finance.
H. Morey & Co \
Geo. Cunningham fc Son  ....
C.  H.  Wade  	
Gaskell-Odlum-Stabler Ltd.   ..
C. P. Railway Company	
T.  S.  Anandale   	
George R. Speck  	
Central     Livery     and     Feed
Stable     	
H. T. Kirk  	
R. E. Green 	
Maclean  Pub. Co. Ltd	
Mrs.   Forrester   (treasurer   of
Benevolent society)   	
C. P. R. Telegraph Co	
G.  N.  W. Telegraph Co	
Westminster Press  	
Geo. H. Hewitt Co	
T. J. Trapp & Co. Ltd	
The   Fair    	
Cleveland  fc  Cameron   	
Daily News Pub. Co. Ltd.  . . .
Jackson  Printing Co	
I Western   Drafting   and    Hlue
Print   Ofllce   	
I Wade, Whealler, McQuarrie &
Martin        	
j Dominion Trust  Co. Ltd	
Schaake       Machine       Works
j     Limited       	
I B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd	
I McCaig Advertising Co	
i The Columbian Co, Ltd	
5.56
8.62
108.58
33.18
1.00
1.00
1.50
2.50
32.45
1.00
3.00
50.00
18.38
1.20
29.50
5.00
1.00
4.10
600.30
11.00
222.50
Who Compounds Your Medicines?
When your physician gives you a prescription
you would scarcely risk having it compounded by a
grocer or a baker, even if you wire sure thev b.id tin-
right drugs. Vou insist ou your druggists skilful
dispensing.
If you did not protect yourself in this way the
laws of the country would protect you, for they
demand that physicians' prescriptions be dispensed
by physicians or qualified druggists only.
Is it not equally important to know that the household remedies, such as laxatives, cough syrups and
tonics, and the toilet preparations such as tooth paste,
which you use so frequently, are also compounded by
expert chemists?
When you u.-e NA-DRU-CO medicinal or toilet
preparations you have the positive guarantee ol one
of the largest wholesale drug firms m the world, tlle
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada,
Limited, that eacli one has been compounded by
expert chemists only.
This is just where NA-DRU-CO Cascara Laxatives.
NA-DRU-CO Liquorice, Linseed, and Chlorodyne
Cough Syrup, NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Cod Liver Oil
Compound and everything else on the NA-DRU-CO
list are pre-eminently better than mixtures at present
flooding the market. They are compounded by men
who know.
NA-DRU-CO Formulae, Ingredients and
Compounding Are Best
Vour own druggist could not lx? more careful or
more accurate in compounding one ol your physician's
prescriptions than are our chemists in compounding
ev< ry NA-DRU-CO preparation. Add to this the facts
that only the best and purest materials that money
can buy are used iu NA-DRU-CO articles, and that
( ach NA-DRU-CO formula has been thoroughly tested
in actual use. and you have the solid grounds for the
implicit confidence we want you to feel iu NA-DRU-CO
preparations.
We are prepared to furnish to any physician or
druggist in Canada, on request, a full list of the
ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO article. Ask these
men, who are nun ol standing in your community,
and best qualified to tell you, all about NA-DRU-CO
preparations.
If anv NA-DRU-CO article you buy iI.hs not
prove entirely satisfactory return it to your druggist,
lb has our authority to refund the full purchase price
and charge it to us.
You can get any NA-DRU-CO preparation anywhere in Canada, for if your druggist should not have-
it in stmk he can get it within two days from our
nearest wholesale branch.
Some NA-DRU-CO
Camphor Ice
Greasclett Toilet Cream
Talcum Powder
Tooth Paste
Tooth Powder
Baby's Tablets
Carbolic  Salve
Cascara Laxatives (Tablets)
Cod Liver Oil Compound,
Tasteless (2 Sizes)
A-DBU-CO.
THIS TRADE  MARK   APPtARS ONLY
ON OUR GOODS
Preparations
Dyspepsia Tablets
Headache Wafers
Herb Tablets
Nervozone
Pile Ointment
Rheumatism Cure
Sugar of Milk
Stainless Iodine Ointment
Toothache Gum
White Liniment
Tasteless U Sues. --	
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited
Wholesale Branches atl
Halifax,     St. John,     Montreal,     Ottawa,     Kingston,     Toronto,     London,      Hamilton,
Winnipeg,     Regina,     Calgary,     Nelson,     Vancouver,     Victoria. 8
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Th^Sest Baker
in Canada
A good oven is the housekeeper's delight. A
poor 'me is th: despair of her life. That's why
v.-e want to tell you about this Chancellor.
A special divided flu? makes
vthe   oven   a   perfect   baker.
[There  is not   a range   in   the
country can beat it.
Baking day   instead  (f being a
trial and a disappointment is a pleasure, a
satisfaction.
Coins in the st ire wh -i you're down
town and let uS explain to you just how this flu- distributes
the heat evenly over the whole oven. Bakes in front just aj
well as hack -un ler crust as well as upper
JCX-
means a marked saving in fuel, and better baking results.     The
Chancellor not only does its work be^er but at less cost than
other ranges.
Wc can demonstrate to you tli? whole superior Chancellor principle of economy
and efficiency in ten minutes.
Isn't it w< rth that much of ycur time right now ���
Thc Chancellor is made for either coal or wood. Other GurnpyOxford designs
of every sort, for every purpose and all kinds of fuel*, on display on our floor.
Special demonstration now.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
681 Columbia Street
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Railway Time  Tabl
es
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for  New U'e
minster at a:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8
a.m., and every half Lour iherea
until  li:30 p.m.
Cars leave New  Westminster fer Vin
couver at 5:60, 8:20, 6:50, 1:20 and
8:00 a.m., ami every ha I
after  until  11:ou p.m.
Sunday Schcdu't,
Cars leave Vancouver  tor  >;, w  y.
minster at 8:00 and 9:1
every    half    hour    thereafter
11:30 p.m,
Cars leave New Westminster fur V ���..
couver at 2:00 a.m., and >���������   .
hour thereafter until u p.ra.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westmln tei    ���  7
a.m. and every hour until  11
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a m      |
every hour until lu p.m.
On Sundays cars leave  Wi stml    .
at 8 a.m. Io 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to lo p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern   Railway,
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. in.; arrives Seattle 3:16 p. in
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 i
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
p.m.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. in.:  arrives Seattle 6:46 a, in
Leaves  Seattle  8:0a  a.m.;   an
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m., an
New Westminster 6:��
Leaves  Seattle  4:3d  p.m.;  art
New Westminster 9:26
p. in.
p. m.;
S p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
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G. N. R.���Port Guicnon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, ex-
cept Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon (1:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Gulchon Son a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives al New
Westminster hridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   (1:111   a.m;   ai
brid. e  passen.er  station.   New   V. ���   ���
minster,    in; Jo    a. in.    dally   e:,   ���   I
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bi ���
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrives
Sumas S:00 p.m. dally except. Sunday.
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of
Arrival:
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7.50|
8.00
Total
,$i5r,;',.Ki
BOVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRlL It a specialty, not merely a bye-product
off a packing house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
����J
2:10-
13:00-
Tlme
of
 H cio
)0���L'nited States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday I.   7:30
8:30���Vancouver via H   C. K. R
idaily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. B. R.
(dally except Sunday)..11 00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. B. R.
(dully except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. B. It.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Victoria   via   B.  C.   B.  R.
(daily  except   Sunday),. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. H.
(dally except Sunday).   7:30
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All points east and Europe  (dally)     7.SO
23:00���All points east and Europe  (dally)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)        7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills      (dally      except
Sunday)        15:15
Coquitlam (dally except
���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       1LO0
13:30���East Hnrnaby and Bur-
quitlam (dallv except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and Soutli Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       1
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville,   Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. IL
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale nnd Port Kells
(dally except Sunday).15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       15:0P
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Uurnaby Lake (dnlly except Sunday   lfi:0��
JO:00��� Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)   	
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine (dally except
Sunday)      	
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Rld.e
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
30
10
7:"0 .' E��t
J AN'UAl
THE DAILY NEWS,
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ACT KOT;CE
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WRITES ON DEMOCRAG
British   Reppebentativ��    al
v, ashiiigt* n    D ntributes
Article tc N. Y, American
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ARCHITECTS
S. Westminsti
Nf,s v. eatm nster, B. C.
ine  f61 Residence   Phcr.e   X,
We Have 1: !
The famous Wellington
COAL
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RING UP 56
Before your bin is Eroi
d  a post plaati
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II. KILLAM,
J. A. LEWIS, Agenl
29,191
PALMER
GASOLINE ENG!NES
to  KS  H.  P.
and   ' Cycle.
.*,0 ACT  NOTICE.
Local   Ager'.s
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phone   53.
St.,    New    Westn-inster.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE. Mgr.
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Dis-
;-rinster  Land   District.
���  Stw Westminster.
.    ���     ���   Cllnl    E.   Di
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to apply        per-
de
I    ���   ;    nted "ii
:. 9 Bay, Nelson Is-
.    p   i;   So   !��� '-    '
i h . < rm n-   North-
thence south CO chains, I Briilsh
tins, thi    ���   i
e or less I      bi   cl
ong  be    b to :
c ntainlng 32 I
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CLINT E   DIC1 E (MAN
|    \   LEWIS, Agi ii'.
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LAND ACT  NOTIC!
Dis-
'������ -.   Westminster Land  District
trist of New Westminster,
��� al   Leslie L   I ll
0 iver, B. C, occupal i in
ti ada tn apply for p r
���  ���  i' following de
��� : I ii.ls:
al   ���  pi sl   planted on
le ol Se ihell tn-
1 e noi i heasl   corner i I
n i marked "L, L, Dick-
.  i    Corner,"   then   i
. i hence easl 20 chain :.
ence chains,  ti erne  easl
: e or less to the be ich,
and wesl al n.   beach t >
��� i   mi   and    c m tain lng    320
more nr le-s.
LESLIE L. DICKERM VN
.1. A, LEWI8, Agent.
��� ���-..' f   29, 1910.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
Ight   to   cul
Berth No   531   ��� ��� mj i
the following lands In the Pn   ..
Columbia,   ���
t prici
, at 2 o'cl     : p.m., oi
���  ���   29th daj   i I  March nexl
��� Timbi
enl  al   N< w  Wi stmlnt ���
Berth   No    531,  situate   In
���  i   Province ol   British Col   ���  ������
Tow nshlp ���"-. Range 2", wesl    ol    the |
Merl ti.in. and  i omprislng  11
the n irthe ist quarti
Sei i lon 11, Dol covered bj  Bei i ������
and 171, and contalnin i an ai ea ol v"
a       . more or l<
A  license will  not  hi
i
el ��� ������ . n
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.   whj    ��� ���
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at sen   e vthicl   ������ a    ��
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whale vi
v.,    ��� i   vVi wa \
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scop Cne teaks
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The  whole  ���. made
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ItUtion.    Willi  urn ti  is tho vvliole \\<*<*
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trv flftth  hall   the   t.-.-\   tfe��.  t.
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**\.-:; i* ������ . .- ol I..��� v ��� i material
Ihaa y.-y othei .   ^. ...; ,,:,*i
bolted] teas ��� ��� able l  oi angle
Iron :  ���������������������.���. ������������ ���'������  ������: ������'��� absoli ������ ^
:-.   tighl    fhe evi ��������� tn aa >��� ���
narj sto\ ��� . .-.\ **,r
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t'is,   .���:.   .-,.'.:.   \-   .   . : et    ���,':-
lowing    a    '���������:.       . '���-    '���������*    pass
:      agh coraers a   '     Ae*    '.'. it
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'::tt M.aje��si t ��� �� id    - ���  ti way,
ANPVKSON  &   LUSBY
  I.miimI   until
he full amounl of t he purcha e pi I
mul t he c.i oun I rental Xoi    the    Ural
>r ir. have been pnid
The conditions ol paj menl. rate ol
ri iii.il. etc. are i utalnod In tho
Timber Regulations, ,i i op) "t ��lib li
ma)  !"���   ecui ed on applh atlon to the
undi rslgned,   ir to the Crow n Timbei
���  enl ai New Wesl min lot
p   c   Kl \ B8,
Sti el .il v
Department ol the Interior,
(in iwa, i ie 'ember 23rd, 1910
.uardlns   tic  , ,.\: ������.:   -on.  to 8��elOnc    I   I   o|	
thai is ta noi ��� I    U la te this erro, burled a" adobe hwiae and kilt-,
I participation ol the whole people amlled  the  bnahahd    wife  and   fowl   ���'���>'���
nol ol n"v .'���'��� cl       thai the strength  dren     ^nothei   slmllat   aeeldeni in e|
of your Bovernmeni consist*      Thr-;.'-! s-.n\t-.* v.- construction
mm.mi t -' 'Mi.i i.iiir.i chartes *-
i,i, ;i:  and  principles
i,
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WE FURNISH A
Could Hot Bunco
Wis Wan
HaaNnlhRlni��llRi-.'>aiina
THE CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY.
*V am^l.      	
Scaled tenders   n<i<i >��- I    to   the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
f"i three goo yard dump ��'�����*�� for
Vancouver, B.C.," win be received si
this office until i p in
January 30, L911, i
of three 2i��o cubit
ii the
\ ard
on  Monday,
construe) lon
lump   ICOWI
M     rml i ��� i
inskli   in
or   without
i   ''i<3_^_U
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bail    ' I ���
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reservoir   * "
Outti i ��� n asli
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USE
���  tlon 1 "f ,i''' nev,8*'
.  tlon act iH. B. Can* ,,,,,,.,.r   nr
���v ,. ,.;  tender obtained al Mu
ni e     !       - --      gaq,     Buperlntendenl   ol
Westminster, B' . '^'i1
I ...     Kesldeni An hi
    and I apiiih _M_\
Uonof a proposed railway wnanui|**-,_**^1^J'���'%. ,������,������,,..,. _   r.
Of public workrf
i| Ui ate in the <
and    form
and   form*
���    i.ff i< <���=!   'it    11
Bayfield
 predt'cs, New
Ascriptions of the site and" side ete plain Hj��^noB
wharf toltect, Victoria, it i
the registrar of deeds at New West
-    Columbia, plans and
>rop ��� ���    '
t,    Divi I     ���   ' "'' ��� I '
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^j^^^^^^^H this
ippiy to the Govern -
lor tbe approval thereof
T  ronto,    Ontario,    tne
laj  of December   I
H   M   TBMPLE
AeeUtaal B
made on the printed (orme i ippha I,
and sl��;n��d ��|i'   ���".      I  I lal    ��ifW*
thelf   rir.C'i'.m'i ���!���*     ���::���'.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
tures, statins;
pUr��-i     '   :.������.���'��� r,,':*
���  ��� s actaa   *.,"���'.��� we, I va :.*��� .������<���
'  ���  ��� tp* ...'���-.' ,���<�����;
let ���,-  of  tt.*.  r,".-.
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ECONOMIZER^
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of four rooms for
$100.00
Cash or Credit
f'---'-*<���-, b**'T.
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 h CTN Pff.f.S,  at the regular
-"���ii>   p-:-e  of <��>c    l ber, efoTB.^O,
.'"..��� tapCr .'."a! money promptly-
refunded if N rn.T.S do not plve
rclu-f. National 6r��g and Chemical
Co.    IVpt.   _. C.    Toronto. 63
Mange-'iVnc Bto6fl a'"1 Nerve Tableie
aro the best nil nmnd tonic forpale, thin
blrtfcmess people,. ^pe- ��� illy valuable for
ciirri'i-iint' iVunle troubles. They purify
and Enrich the bfttoil. and help to build
up tbe whole system".
dealers
box at all
Cinderella
40 Girls, 20 Songs, with
Miss Hazel Kirke
"YOU ALL KNOW HER"
Price , $1.00, 75c.  50c.
"Chorus jlessed with nimble legs
and wonderful voices."���San Francisco
Examiner.
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUME0
LYE
|l8t,e STANDARD ntieb ]
READY  FOR. USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
for mailing soup, softening water.'
retnoYlng old paint, disinfecting
slnhs,  closets,  dnlns  and  for
many  other  purpose*.     A cat
equate 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY  18, 15,
City News
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared ^\;ix. It preserves and brinp9 out natural beauty of
tbe wood. It produces a rich, artistic
ti. ;sb to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for A'.l
Wood." Use il on Tour floors and woodwork, too. Johnsi'D's Powdered Wax is
tor aa dancing tloors.
You can .et Johnson s free book.   The
Pruwr Treatment for Flours. Woodwork
II   and Fnmltore" nnd these preparations ot
\ ANDERSON & LUSBY
See White,  Shiles  &
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
Two vagrants slept in the police
I cells last night They will come up
j for trial this morning.
For Delta acreage, large and small,
priced right, see Keid. Curtis & Dorgan, 706 Columbia street.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Trades and Labor council takes
place this evening, commencing at
eight o'clock.
Modern home on Twelfth street;
large lawn, fine view, $4000; terms to
he arranged.
Co.
Trading under the name and style
of Sherriff, Rose ^ Co., a new leal
estate firm has opened offices at 640
Columbia street.
The regular meeting of the board
of trade will be held tomorrow evening. A number of important matters
are slated to come up for discussion.
W, Norman Bole, K. C, who has
heen suffering from a severe attack
of the grippe for some time, is progressing  favorably towards  recovery.
Good house on three corner lots, on
car   line,   all   in   orchard;   $4400,   on
terms to be arranged.      See
Shiles Ai Co.
More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. Xo need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
White.
**
The annual meeting of St. Andrew's
church will he held this evening.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. ��*
The Ladies' Aid of Queen's Avenue |
: church will meet at the parsonage at j
three o'clock this afternoon.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
| get bouquets; floral designs, and all
! kinds of cut flowers.   Pbone K 208 ** ���
Teachers     wanted      for     evening
classes, this city. Day school teachers
j eligible.     Applications     received     till
' Thursday, January   19,  at   6  p.m.     R.
. Lennie, secretary. **
II. I . Kdmonds. police magistrate,
i wbo bad been Indisposed for sonii'
I time, was able to again take his scat
.in the police court yesterday morning,
i when he dispensed justice, tempered
| with mercy, to a number of unfor-
i tunates.
i
Mr. W. Waugb Dander, of Chicago,
pianist and lecturer, will give a series
of eight lecture-recitals or talks <m
the piano, in St. Patrick's hall, February lst, .nd 3rd and 6th. Miss Marguerite Lander, soprano soloist, will
assist. Under auspices Educational
Club. $1.50 for course of four, single
admission at door iiOc. **
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
The liner Oceano, which has been
loading a cargo of 1,500,000 feet of
lumber at Fraser Mills, is due to sail
for Sydney, Australia, via San r'ran-
cisco, today.
The force of the Fraser river current on Monday broke down a dyke
on Westham Island, sweeping away
about two acres of land belonging to
the Savage brothers.
Full 66-foot lot cn Fourth avenue.
near Second sireet, comfortable 7-
room house with full cement basement, only $3000, easy terms
small cash payment. While,
& Co.
only
Shiles
*���
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
NOW IS THE TIME
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.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess 81.
THE BOSS
Hand Cleaner
15 cts.
TRY IT AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Hlock.    441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, D.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
"The Climax" is the attraction at
the opera house tonight. Tomorrow
"The Honeymoon Trail" will occupy
the boards, and on Saturday Hazel
Kirke in "A Stubborn Cinderella" will
be the attraction.
There will be no classes at tho
High school today, but arrangements
have heen made elsewhere for the
senior and junior matriculation
classes. The pupils are requested to
meet at the school at the usual hour.
The kindergarten rooms of the
Central scliool will receive during tbe
next two weeks any children whose
sixth year will be completed before
haster and then no new pupils will
be admitted to this department during February and Marcli.
A man named William Hrown was
anested by tne city police last night,
charged with breaking into and rob-
i ing a Chinese shack in the west end
of ihe city. It is claimed that he
secured a small sum in cash and
some other articles, llis case will be
heard before Magistrate Edmonds
this morning.
The annual meeting of the Salmon
! Arm board of trade, which    was    to
I ha-.e   heen   held   on   Friday   evening,
'nas teen postponed until Monday.   \>.
H. Keary and A. E. White, of this city,
will  atten.1  the  meeting  and  deliver
; addiesses.    Mr.  White    will    discuss
board  of  trade  work,  dealing    more
I-ani tularly   with  publicity    and,    incidentally, advertising.
There will be two football games in
the city soccer league on    baturduy.
j The High school plays Sapperton    at
Sapperton   and   the   City   team  pla\s
the  Hangers at  Moody  Bquare.    Tim
Mahoney has heen chosen to referee
I tne lirst game and J. Shawcross will
! officiate  at   the  set'ond   game.     Hotb
I games will start at three o'clock and
the  players   are  leiue-sted   lo  be  on
the grounds at half past two,
i     The second day ol the fancy dress
j skating   carnival   prove 1     a     distinct
j success, prizes heing awarde 1 as follows:       Hest    dressed    leady,     Miss
I Schwahn   (fairy);   best  dressed  man,
I J. Johns (tramp);   original   costume,
| E. Johnston    (washerwoman),   In   a
! mile skating event Clarence Huff won
lrom   Howe.    The  winner  was    challenged  by   P.  Conlin. ol     Vancouver,
the race to take place    In    about    a
week.
A quiet welding was celebrated at
Kev. A. F. baker's residence on Saturday, when C, M Green, of this city,
anl Lizzie Bowen, of Brandon, Manitoba, were united in wedlock, Kev. A.
F\ Haker officiating. Mr. Gieen is employed in M. J. Phillips' clothing
store, and Is well known ln Westminster. On tlieir return from their
honeymoon the couple wil keep bouse
at 1028 St. Andtews street.
In the case of Furrey vs. Harm t and
McDonald and Hudson, which was dismissed hy .iudge howay on Monaay,
W. G. McQuarrie acted for the defendants, Harnet and McDonald, and
not for the plaintiff, as repotted In
the News yesterday. Mr. Haird, of
Taylor, Haney and Haird, of Vancouver, acted for the plaintiff, Tlie cas.?
will probably come up again, hut J.
I . Hudson will not he Included with
the defendants.
An Interesting entertainment was
given by the scholars of Holy Trinity
Sunday school yesterday evening, ;t
feature being the appearance of fourteen Kskimo children in the tetfiiig
of "The Palace of Santa Clans." Dining the evening Can"" d'Easum "v.;
presented with an electric reading
lamp hy the teachers and officers of
the Sundav school. The prizes won
by the children during the past year
were distributed during tbe evening,
after which Mr. d'Easum gave un addi ess on t..e pros'638 ' the Sunday
schocl.
The Public
Supply Stores
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we
have quite a large
stock of Goods
which we are cleaning out cheap.
Quotations will
follow in a few!
days. Watch the
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea:
for our customersl
to take advantage
before   the   rush
commences.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Alteration Sale Prices
For the Third Week of Our Big Sale
The substantial lowering of prices on all lines throughout the store has resulted In a large In
of business during the last two weeks.    We sacrificed our profits in order to clear Qui the heavj
stocks and broken lots.   While alterations are going on we are attempting to take stock,    We arc
ing slow progress, but as day by day goes by lines are turned out from their resting  places and
a npw nrice     Price cards in licate the downward trend on all these special lots.
1 EVERYTHING  IS  REDUCED  IN  PRICE.
Blankets of Quality at
Low Prices
A cold weather snap such a^ is now upon us brings a heavy de
mand for Hlankets. We are well provided with Blankets, in fact
overstocked. Our prices were made low on account of the big altera
tlons forcing us to lower them. You profit by our action, now when
vou need them most. ' .��,>..
A Special Blanket at a Low
Price, $3.50 per pair
We could buy White Hlankets to sell at lower price than asked
for this line. We could not, however, obtain anything like tlie 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 $4.60.
Buy them now at. per pair $3.50
15 pairs extra heavy white
Blankets, $6.95 per pair
Two sizes only, 66 by 86 anl 68 by  SS,  Heavy
Fleecy    Hlankets.
Pink or blue borders.    Kegular values  $S.uo  and
$8.50.    Sale  price,
, 18 Pairs of Grey Blankets,
$2.95 per pair
Regular $3.60 and $:i.7.r> values. Grey Hlankets about 58 by si;
inches, 6-lb, weight.   Sale price $2.95
30 pairs of odd Blankets
at $5.35 per pair
All Wool Hlankets in the following sizes: 64 hy 82, 6C hy 84, 74
hy 84, 58 hy 80 and 60 by 80. They are heavy, anl shown wiih pink
or  blue borders.    A  few  pairs  slightly soiled.    Regular $6.00 tn }7 ""
Sale price, i er pair $5.35
Special Prices on Wool and Cotton Crib Blankets
Eiderdown  Comforters, $5.15 each
Regular $6.00 to $7.00 Values
Many people when buying
Comforters will buy notliln
but those  filled   witli  eldi
down. The weight of ;i ,.���,.,.
coniloncr  is scarcely  i,. ,, ,
able, yet  warmth js Bei .
as    under    no    other
covering.    He,. [a a. , pp,
tunlty  to secure a Bplendtd
Down Comforter, 60   hy   ;
Inches, in  combinations   ol
pink, blue, green, cream el
art sateen heing the material
used as covering. Well fl
Sale price, each    $5.15
Turkey Chintz Comforters, $5.15 each
Comforters very heavy
thick and filled with pure
white cotton; size T^ by 7^
inches, wliich i.s very large
for a comforter. Regular
values $6.00 to $7.nn. Sal"
price, each  $5,1%.
Dark  Covered  Comforters, $1.45 each
dur regular ferial    Comforter at $1.76 each, size 6
by    72,  covered    with dai,,
materials.
4 sizes at $1.95 each
On hy -,2, 66 hy '.2. 7_' b '
72, 7.' hy 7S, with light and
dark colored coverings, pure
white cotton filling. Regular
values $L'.50 to $3.00. Sal"
price, each    $1.95
Heavy   Warm   Comforters, at $2.95 each
~,2 hy 7:: inches, pure whlti
filling with a  wide ran. ���
cm erings.      Regular
value,    Sale price, each $2.95
Crib  Comforters
at %1.95 each
Si  e     36       by     ."il       illi���'; .
"MaUh"     Comforters      wll
cot ei lng��  featui lng  nui bi i
rhymes  and  designs
and conventlal patterns   i .
��� "\ erlngi   the   ground
which i-i ne irly alwaj -
Regular   price   $2.60,   Si
price, each  $i-~
All furs at reductions one-
Remember the special  low
One
lot      of      Coatings,
third   to   cne-half   less    than
prices   of   Children's   Coats;
beaver,
weights
broadcloths, hea-.-
for   coats   or   capes
regular.
they must be cleared out.
Regular
to clear.
prices $1.75 to $3.50
per yard   $1.3J
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Hank has 17f> branches,
extending in Canada lrom the
Atlantic to tbe Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also In
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YOKE and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns anil
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every  banking  facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
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Good  Building   Lots
Small Price and Easy Terms
EDINBURGH STREET���N'lne fifty-foot lots with fine view, overlooking river and gulf; hand, to car. Price $500 each. Terms, one-
third cash, balance to arrange, on easy payments.
I
SIXTH   STREET���One extra fine  lot, all  cleared and   In   orchard,
on car line, lane.   For a medium priced porperty this Is one of the
most  desirable   in  the
balance to arrange.
city,     Price   $750.   .Terms,   one-third   cash;
'ancouver
Victoria
January Sale
of Furniture
is in full swing ; every article in the store reduced
���you won't find just a few articles marked low
for a catch, THIS IS A GENUINE SALE.
See These in Our Window:
Golden quartered oak Rocker with
cobbler seat; the best value in the
city for, each   .   .   .    $4.95
Couches, covered with block velour in red, brown and green colorings; this is a very strongly
constructed couch and is most
attractive in appearance. January sale, each    .   .     $4.95
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and  Fourth  Streets        New Westminster.
Phone 829.
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