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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES &
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
YPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
I
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 2X1.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNE8DAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
HIGH SCHOOl m**
TOLD MIR STANDING
Boys And Girls Now Know
] low They Fared at Christmas Exams.
The following are the results of the
receni Christinas term examinations
i eld in the High scliool. These results
will be taken Into consideration when
ih,. final tests are held al midsummer I
in determining the standing of the
pupils for the new year tin- results al
Christmas examinations have
i een combined with the records kepi
,,; the work during tbe fall term ln
gome cases.
senior matriculation class, physics
First class honors, A Crelghton;
second class honors, Alice Corbett;
pass, Mary Hobinson; analytical
geometry, first class���A. Creighton, A.
Corbett; second class. M. Robinson.
Trigonometry ��� Flrsl       class,     A.
Crelghton; second   class. A. Corbett,
M, Robinson, R. McMillan, M. A. Mas-
Junior  Matriculation.
Mgebra���S.   Kimura.  100;   K   Carn-
,,,',... 100; K. Douglass, 100; W. Arch-
Ibnld     97;    F.    Harrison.    96;     Nlta
Trapp  96;  Alice Bowell, 96; 0. Bow-
ker 96; Belle Hood, 91; A. Lewis, 91;
II   I.   Tupper.   91;   Gladys   Whiteley,
M    Wilfrid   McAllister,  81;    Thoma:;
McAllister,    77;   Thure    Btorme,   77;
Myrtle Traves, 76;   S. Johnson,   76;
Gordon Richmond, 71;  A. Tretheway,
;;    F  Curtis, 46; A. Mitchell 44; An-
nie -nd-..     ; I'. Fetherstonhaugh, 2:
Chemistry.
\V. Archibald, 99;   Ni'.-. Trapp-   *.***:
M   Traves,
BUSINESS IS SLACK
AT COUNCIL MEETING
Only Unimportant Details
Discussed-Change Suggested in Annual Gabfest.
The weekly meeting of ihe council
last night was something iii tlie nature of a clean-up, No new business
came forward, there were no enquiries, and two by-laws passed theli
linai reading, ami will he signed am.
sealed according to law. These are
the market by-law 1910 ammendment
ami ihe waterworks amendment by
law. The former has an additional
clause relating to farm produce tack
ed. and the latter passed as last reau
wll bout  comment.
A number ot communications were
dealt with. M. \V. .Mintnorne com
plained that "rookeries" were being
built on lenth street, inferior in
every respect to the condemned
shacks which were recently torn
down, and wanted to know what thu
building inspector was doing in the
matter. The clerk was instructed to
write Mr. Minthome explaining that
as tlie building by-law had not yet
been passed, the council was wit liou;
jurisdiction.
II I'. Vidal applied for a lease of
the triangular lot on Royal avenue,
Auckland and Twelfth streets, for the
purpose of building a warehouse
thereon. This -was referred to the
finance  committee  for  report.
A  letter from James    Cunningham
f. 1. TRAPP ACCEDES Tfl
BEQUESTS Of MANY FRIENDS
Well Known Merchant Yields to Continued Pressure ar.d
Enters the Field Against Present Mayor���Outlines
His Platform and Stands for Bold and
Progressive Policy.
I T. J. TRAPP'S PLATFORM
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE    'ASYLUM METHODS
CROWDED WITH PUPILS COMMENDED BY WRITER
Institution Will be Taxed to Man-to Man Magazine Has
the Utmost During Present     Lengthy  Appreciation  of
-H*A
Term���Teachers Return.        Work of Dr. Doherty.
!
  , protested against the paving of street
W.  McAllister, '..2;   T.' ,0 Ibe neglect  of the business section
Hood  90;   A    Howell,   from  which  ihe  levenue of the  city
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:     IS    HooU   VV,   A.   noweu,; 	
DO   I    Carncross, 88; A. Lewis, 86; 0    was mainly derived.   He wanted some
81    H. L. Tupper, 85; A. Tidy,  ��'  tlie sllolt  streets  between  Colum-
Mitchell,    76;    F.    Douglas   bia and Carnarvon In the business dis-
73;   T.   McAllister, 72; Q   Richmond',Itrict paved,   Tlie communication was
'  Fetherstonhaugh, >:"; Q. White-1 referred to the hoard of works to
re-
;.
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60;  F.  Harrison. 67;   S   Kimura,
\  Tretheway, 17: s. Johnson, i".
Trigonometry���First   class   honors,
Bowker, E. Carncross,
Junior  M.itriculition.
French.���Alice Corbett,    7".;     Allen
(Wis, 70;  Nita Trapp. 70; Alice Row-
I, 68; Arthur Crelghton. OS;  Kimora.
.   Mary  Robertson, cr.;   A.
iy,  ~i~:     II.    I..  Tapper
l��>rt.
Last Year's Fire Loss.
Chief Watson sent in a preliminary
I report   showing   the   number   of   flres
j for  the   year  as   ninety-four,  and  the
total loss therefrom 16120, which wa.;
considered to he very satisfactory.
Engineer   Blackman   asked   for   fur-
-j-I0,lle.j ther information regarding  Alderman
.  \\-   * IOllley's questions about  the    Eighth
Archibald, M;    O     llowker. 61;    T-   street   sewer being    used    for water
Cmiis. aii; Annie' froIn ^'x,'> street and east    Alderman
1. Progress by honest and clean handed civic
administration.
2. Economy in all departments of our municipal government.
��� 3. Improvement and maintnance in first-class
| condition of the streets and avenues, and of all main
i roads running into the 2_ty.
��� 4.   The adoption of the single tax system.
X        5.   Encouragement to all railway undertakings
��� entering or passing through the city.
��� 6.   The establishment of new and useful indus-
��� tries, and employment of white labor only.
��� 7.   Extension and improvement of car line sys-
X tem, including the Fraser Mills and Lulu Island
��� extensions, a new city system and the cut-off on the
��� inter-urban line.
8. Segregation of Oriental and white children }
in our schools. #
9. Light-hour workday for all civic employees. X
10. Deepening of Fraser river. *
Columbian college began its,winter
tenn work yesterday morning and has
for its encouragement the fact tha'
its residence accommodation is taxed
to Hie utmost, and more stu tents are
waiting for further accommodation to
be made. Fifty-seven male students
are ln residence and twenty-live lady
students.
The teachers have returned from
thelr holidays ami have undertaken
the work of the winter terr�� with
energy. Professor W. A. Sipprell and
Mrs. Sipprell spent the Christmas
holidays in Fori land, Oregon; Miss
Evans in  Vancouver;   Miss Hltcham
Thc December issue of the Man-to-
Man Magazine, which made Its appearance several weeks late, Is kept
well up lo the standard established
some months ago, when the change of
management placed higher-priced men
in charge of the venture. The contents are Interesting from cover ta
cover. The fiction stories, seven ia
number, are equal to anything appearing in the better known eastern
magazines.
This month Man-to-Man will be edited     by   Follough     Fogue,  a     fancy
writer who has made a name for himself���several names, to be correct,for
Fogue gets paid for his work and uot
for    his    nome-de-plume.    Pogue    for
some  time  past has been associated
with the Vancouver Province, a paper
Whlcb is encouraging personal journalism at present, and it is through this
medium that he has become known to
the    reading  public  of  tbis    district.
With  more  leisurely  written  articles,
which he will weave for bis ma.a/.ine,
, be  should   show   a  marked   improve-
I ment  on   bis   average   work,   for  the
busy   newspaper   man,   harrassed   by
 '"-���--   _ --'      ,      . , ,     .a.     news editors and harried by copy boy,
sazlone will be discussed within tho  j     Hu)e Umfi for the finer nlcetiea of
next  few  days and  an announcement   jiterature
made to the public. Rut ^ cMef artlcle ot local inter-
in Victoria, and Miss Smith in Seattle.
In all the classes there will be an
increase 1 attendance and the various
instructors will be kept constantly at
work to meet the demands placed upon them.
The household science department
will now undertake its full program
of work. The building and equipments
have been made suitable to carrying
on the work at a cost of live thousand
dollars, and classes will be held both
in day and evening sessions. . .
The question of the annual conver-
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Storm, 61; Florence Curtis, 50;
Tidy,   -it;    W. McAllister;   48;
Hood, 42;   F.    Harrison,    40;    Anni
Mitchell,  36;   Belgfreld  Johnson,  86;
Miss Traves, 34; Gladys Whltely, 30;
T  W. McAllister,   30;    Miss   Fether-
stonehaugh, 28; F. Douglas, 26.
Matriculation  Literature.
Nol  in order of merit.
First    class     honors--A     Mitchell,
Nlta  Trapp, E. Carncross,  H. Tapper.
"I will be a candidate for the office
of mayor in It'll," declared T. I.
Trapp yesterday afternoon, thereby
putting the hallmark of truth on the
(Continued on Page Five.)
THOUGHT ENORMOUS KITE
WAS A FLYING MACHINE
Residents of Brandon Greatly Excited
Appearance  of   Monstrous  Object   in   Sky.
by
Brandon,
Btir   was   cn
Jan.    3.���A    considerable
ited   on    Monday   after-
Miss | GUley   explained   that   it   was   surface
' water,-��ot sewerage, to which he had
reference, and moved that the  letter
be referred hack to the engineer,
In seconding this motion. Alderman
Johnston remarked that it was not
fair to tbe ratepayers who were bein?
taxed for the Eighth street system
that surface water coming from Sixth i
and other streets east of that should i
be taken care of by that system. The j
motion  carried.
Committee Reports Short.
The linance chairman recommended I
payment sit $r.i>n legal fees in connection   with   the   Coquitlam   dam.    Car- .
ricd.
Alderman Bryson presented a water
committee report recommending pay-
ment of (1620.16 and $lK.r.r>.70 to J. 6.
and  II. A. McDonald, respectively, for'
steel pipe for December.    Adopted,    i
Alderman  Gray  made  a  report  on
the progress    of   installing    the   arc!
lights   recently   ordered.     There   bad;
been  some difficulty  In  securing the1
lamps  required,    and    so    far    only
twenty-flve  had  been   received.    The!
electrician had been sick, thc weather |
had,  and  the  number  of  applications
rumor that has been current for seme
time thai the sturdy linle Britisher
would be in thc light against John A.
l.ee when the battle of the ballots is
fought at the polling booths on
Thursday of next week.
Mr. Trapp has only decided to come
out  and  seek   the  suffrages  of    tbe,-^	
I electors after having been approached ( consideration, for the maintenance of
Klaborate electrical fixtures are being installed in the ladies' building
and during this week the gymnasium
will be fitted with Tungsten lights to
an extent of '.too candle power.
Several new students bave enrolled,
in  addition  to  those  present    during
j the previous term, who    came    from ,
! various sections ot the province outside of tbe    city.    The    college    has
been thoroughly renovated during the
holiday  season  an 1  is  now  the most
'extensive   and   best   fitted   instiiii-ion
I of its kind in the province.
The college rugby    and    basketball
teams   are   showing   good   form   and
will be able to give a good record to
the public during the winter session.
The work of the college during the
 ___��_ tPrm will include the higher grades o"
the city's affairs, keeping taxation at j the  public  school,  all  the  grades  of
tie lowest possible figure    that    the'. H��g�� school study, university wo, k of
the first, second and third years.
carrying out of those public works (heolo���v, commercial work in all Its
and improvements rendered necessary branches, vocal and instrumental
by the progress and advancement of j music, household science and physical
' culture.
municipal      government      consistent
with tlie efficient    administration    of
our city will allow.
Among  such  works  and    improve-
meuts 1 consider    that    our    streets I
and  avenues   should  receive  primary i
many times by bis friends, who are
convinced that be would lill the big
chair at the city hall much better
than the present incumbent. Deputation after deputation, some of them
small and informal, others larger and
more influential, have called upon
and waylaid Mr. Trapp during tne
past few weeks, insisting on an answer in the affirmative to the question of his candidacy. For some time
Mr. Trapp pleaded stress of business
interests as an excuse for not entering tbe lists, but once he realized
that, In tbe parlance of the street, "it
was up to him to run," he gave out
tho pleasing information
would, figuratively, gird up
and prepare for the race.
This is Mr. Trapp's lirst attempt to
enter civic politics, although he has
given years of service on   the school
that    be
his loins
noon about five o'clock by the   appearance above the southern pari ol
the citv of what by many was Blip-
posed to be an aeroplane at a \er>
high altitude, several persons noticed the object on high and by telephone and otherwise the report soon
spread around the city that an aeroplane was passing over. Within a
Jew minutes after the objee   could
of  buildings    and
bad,  anu  tne  num,,,..   u.   ..,.,	
for bouse fittings so large as to take ! ?lvcn, yefro "* ���",* "I" ~
up the entire time of the staff.    How. , hoartl- Of which  he is at  the present
ever, the work was being handled ns  tl,no  (',lainn:in-    '"  ���*aw����  to, h,s
-��._ ������_lwork as trustee. Mr. Trapp has beeu
a member of many  deputations  sent
enf's resources
rapidly as the depattme
permitted.
Change Suggested.
Mayor  l.ee  proposed  a  slightly different     arrangement     in    connection
with the annual ratepayers' meeting,
I Formerly,  he  said,   it   had  been  Ihe
i custom for   the heads of departments
to  present  their annual    reports    at
this   meeting,   and   as   these   reports
Men    on the tops of  mum,,,.*    -".-Iinis   "����""���msStodof detail flgures
SZW. ESLTB ��I��T8 \SfftA* - **-
posed Hying machine
one report   was going  arot.iu     hat
it   was  an  airship  that.   l.a.    statted
from   Regina   and   was    making
trip to  Winnipeg.    Some people-VM
that   they  could  see  two  PWMagro
while others claimed there were four
blrdmen on board.   A Regina vis toi
In the City said he got an except lon-
Iv   good' glimpse   of   the   machine
whcn'it was about at its lowest and
he   could   distinctly   bear   the   motor|
working.    He  also  claimed  that one
of  the   occupants   signalled  to    him.
Tb,- supposed flying machine Ann"
disappeared but throughout ��>M���?
tag was the general topic of convei
sat ion.    Some citizens determined on
a full Investigation and ������,�������*
tiro   evening   making   enquiries   ami
gathering and seeking information regarding the unusual object.
It wns tin-ally learned that the sup
posed flying machine was what Is
called a man-lifting kite, an apparatus invented by W. O. Langford. an
Englishman from Brentford, Middle
sex county, who is now a resident of
Brandon, ,    _ ,,i__ ���
The inventor was simply making a,
test  of the machine  near "'e south-,
ern   outskirts  of   the   city   and   succeeded in sending his kite up ln the J
air about, half a mile. u ���_�����'��� 4
He had a rope attached to lt, aad ���
the r.,���e was fastened to a small, ���
harid-Blel. ii -hjch with two boys on ���
it was pulled l>> *��,0 kite which ap-,��
parently had consldorau\�� uower.        ���
when thrown at them lu this manner
the   result   had   boon   unsatisfactory.
He   proposed   that   these   tlguies   be
presented al the next council meeting,
and  published    in ""
aldermanlc
out in the Interests of the city, and
has usually succeeded in getting what
i he sought.
lf there is anyone In the city of
West minster who does not know the
candidate for the mayoralty, it must
be because of very recent arrival, for
T. J. Trapp Is probably the best
known man in this district. He has
been living In Westminster for almost
thirty-two years, coming here in 187'.i.
For six years before that he raised
cattle in the interior.
! "How young aro you, Mr. Trapp ?"
Inquired a News man yesterday
the    press.    The "7.81xty^lght, and still going strong,
effusions  nt   tiie  ratopay-l      ^,-\,.'�����-������ ���	
era' meeting could then be confined' ���swe''ed the exponent of the strenu
to facts without the interpolation of
confusing data.
This  suggestion   was  not  received
with    much    enthusiasm
Alderman .lohnston thought that
nomination and polling days were too
close together, and the usual rambling and Ineffectual discussion aroso,
finally resulting in a motion by Alderman Gray that the last weekly mooting of the present council be held at
live o'clock next Monday, and tho
ratepayers annual meeting tnke place
In the council chamber the snme
evening at, eight o'clock. This wns
carried, and the adjournment was put.
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these in lirst class condition must
contribute materially to the prosperity of New Westminster. Closely connected therewith and of equal importance is the provision of an ample
supply of good, pure water and the
improvement of our sewerage system.
To these and other matters concerning the health of our city 1 shall always give my closest attention.
I am a strong advocate of what is
known as the single tax system, believing this to be the method of assessment which is fairest to all and
most advantageous to the city.
The position of New Westminster
in relation to the growth and expansion of the province of British Columbia is such as to necessitate a careful watch being kept upon present
and prospective railway developments.
Undertakings of this character, whether the motive power be steam or
electricity, must have a considerable
influence upon the prosperity and advancement of New Westminster, and
I consider that every encouragement
should be afforded to all railways entering or passing through here. My
policy will be to provide every reasonable facility for their accommodation.
In this connection 1 may say that I
shall uphold the principle of employing only white labor upon all
municipal, railway, public works, and
industrial undertakings
creasing the prosperity of an.l brightening the prospects for New Westminster 1 shall use my best endeavor
to secure the establishment of new
and useful Industries In our midst.
Convinced as I am that the extension and improvement of the car line
system will be of great advantage to
our city 1 shall devote my efforts to
accomplishment  of  this  much  to  be
desired arrangement.
In regard to the carrying out of the
proposed improvements to the muin
channel of the Kraser as well as to
the North Arm I regard these as o_
the highest importance to the future
welfare and progress of New Westminster as well as to the whole of the
Kraser Valley, and I shall strive to
secure the early  undertaking of this
work.
I shall endeavor to secure at all
times the strict and proper observance of all city by-laws.
I am in favor of an eight-hour day.
and believe that the general adoption
of this principle would be to the advantage of all.
My aim. in the event of my being
elected, will always be to so conduct
est in this issue of Man-to-Man is an
appreciation of Dr. C. E. Dohertv,
medical superintendent of the provincial asylum for the insane, spreal
over several pages by H, Sheridan-
Blckers. Here is tbe story, minus a
few unimportant deletions:
Ideally   situated  at  tbe  junction  of
tbe  Coquitlam  and   FTaser   livers, a
thousand acres of rich land is being;
dyked and drained, clearod and tilled
as the site of  the Copiitlam Colony
Farm to be attached to the new public hospital for the insane now beinc;
built tbere.   About five hundred acres
have   already   been   cleared   and   are
now  under cultivation.    By  next fall
the magnificent buildings of tbe new
asylum will be ready for occupation.
At  this  institution,  thanks   to  the
munificence and enterprise of our provincial     government,    a    darinc    and
unique  expeiiment   in  the  treatment
and care of the insane is to bo made.
Tbe new  colony  farm  is to   be   the
i scene  of  the   biggest   adventure   in
1 mental    therapeutics that  bas    been
. heard of since the days of the Apos-
'. ties.    We  have  hitherto  prided  our-
i selves in Canada that It was the san-
(Continued on Page Seven.)
SAFE BLOWER CLAIMS TO
HAVE ESCAPED FROM PEW
Man   Named  Clark,  Arrested  in   Saskatchewan, Says He's Runaway
Convict���Officials  Deny  This.
Gorman. Sask., Jan.    3.���J.    Clark,,
who admits being an escaped convict
the duties "of tills "high office as to not j ^m 7h^" W��tmin~sTer    penitentiary,
only invite and secure the ^confidence | w_g captured in a desert��d s!lack to_
day, where he had taken refuge after
blowing up a  safe in    a  stoie    last
a
of my fellow clt bens, but to work in
harmonious  association    with    those    ^   ^	
gentlemen  who are elected    by    tU3 , ���is,llt> using dynamite stolen from
ratepayers to sit   as   aldermen   and j ^ bol.,ng company. The charge he
**"      * "��   USed   was  too  heavy, shattering the
conduct the affairs of the city during
the coming year. I am convinced
that only in tl.is way, by the joint efforts of the whole council, can tho
best Interests of our city be safeguarded, and I can assure the electors
that  nothing will be attempted  with-
ur-eii      ,.ma     vww     ..,.-.  ,
safe to pieces and arousing tbe neighborhood. The search for Clark was
kept up until he was located aad captured.
According to Information given by
the penitentiary authorities this morn-
out the council being fully advised
In conclusion I may say that   my : lIlc *"�����"<��������"���-��  _-_.-.- ...
object   will be to secure progress by \__[_no convict narae l clnrk is absent
.    , . ,       , honest and clean handed civic admin j *1,llo,lt, leave ,lrom. ft"   Institution.
. .stria   unaeriaa ing*. . latratlon  %vitll fllll. deaUng for .,���, and \ The only convict of that  name  who
lowards the same purpose of    In-  - ,        ,��� ���uvo ,he ,)leasll,e of explaln. | tasted the sweets-of forbidden liberty
    ���'"'' hr,Bh'-1 ing my views more fully at the diTet--! for a time J*M a  "���er PO��ceman,lW
ent meetings that will be held before accompanying Hill Miner on hls his-
the election. torlc getaway.    I nlike Bill, however.
Yours respectfully, ~"
T. J. TRAPP
In discussing the planks of bis platform, the eight-hour day for civic ��;��  ^ ^arlV completion of the
ployees arrested tbe attention of   the jw���   extenslon t0 Praser Mil's.
 ..����    nvin I   ��� J .     . ���     .      L.U     linn     ��� \*.*t*i..* irVi
newspaper man.
oviston of a belt line through
at
per   man.
It must be line to work only eight the ptv.  ._
hours a day," sighed the scribe. the heart of the city,   and   the   con-
"It must be," sighed the r/.ndidate. struction of the cut off on the inter-
"Fifteen hours a day ls closer to my urban line, so as to provide travelling
limit than eight." facilities for lesidents in all parts of
Here is the broad and comprehen- the city;   also the commencement at
slve platform on which Mr. Trapp will once of the Lulu Island branch,
appeal to the electors   of Westmln-      1 believe that the construction and
ster: maintenance of good main roads en-|
Ladles and Gentlemen: tering and leaving the city Is of the'
In response to a numerously signed highest importance to its progress
and influential invitation I have con- and welfare, and I shall devote par
i sented to become a candidate at the I tlcular  attention  to  this  branch    of
Well, Well, the Rovers Won.
The Westminster Rovers have
last succeeded In whining a game. On
Monday, on a field covered with slush
and mud they defeated the Vancouver Hibernians by a score of four to
two.
Hoult Gets Second Place.
In the Y. M. C. A. five-mile race at
Vancouver on Monday, Jack Hou't, ot
this city, won second place in 32.21,
and A. II. Gravenor, another local
man, got a novice prize. The winner
of the race was C. L. Smith, Vancou
ver.
Explosion Near Sydney, C. B.
Sydney, 0, it., Jan. 3.���An
explosion In tbe Canadian
Steel company's mine near
here this afternoon entombed
eight men. Six bodies havo
been taken out. Little hope
is entertained of the other two
men being alive. One hundred
rescuers are at work.
senieu u, iiKum. ..	
forthcoming election of mayor for the
the city of New Westminster, for the
year 1911.
If I have the honor to be elected as
"     ���***    *.m   mv
municipal work, knowing as I do, the
immense importance of immediate attention being paid to the Lulu Island
main road, and the arteries leading to
and other municipalities,
If I have tne nouui iu uC ^.*.	
your chief magistrate It will  be my I Burnaby ��.	
earnest endeavor to maintain thnt I To education affairs I will con-
high responsible position with all the tinue to give my earnest consldera-
dignity which it demands and de- tlon and thought, particularly in the
serves, and to strive always towards direction of providing smaller and
the progress and advancement of our more schools distributed over the
To this end I sliall par- wide area of our city.   I am a strong
.       ��_   �����,.    the    segregation    of
noble city,    to hub ��,. _ D...... r���
tictllarly devote my efforts to the fol- advocate   for     ....    _._   _
lowing purposes: i oriental and white children, and my
Economy In all departments of our efforts will be directed towards the
������������������������������������������������
Seventeen Killed in Panic. +
Mexico City, Jan. 3.���Fire
and panic ln a church on the
Hacienda ranch, near |3an Luis
Pototsi, cost the lives of seventeen and seriously Injured
more than eighty, chiefly women and children. The tragedy
occurred at a New Year celebration.
\X
he came back, under pressure, and
was still in his cell early this morning.
BOYS WATCHED HIM.
George Adams Given    His Time    by
Employees of His Store.
I    A handsome jewelled gold watch, a
i New Year's gift from the employee*
j of his grocery store, is now the proud
i possession of George Adams, who is;
' as  pleased with  the  timepiece as if
he had never owned another indicator
< in his life.   This Is not the case, for
! once before    Mr.  Adams    owned    a
I watch, but while on a trip back east
; some months ago he lost it iu a Pull;
| man car in Montana.    He had been
I hoping all along that the watch would
I some day return, but his clerks tired
of wearing out their vest pockets pulling out  their  Ingersolls  to  tell   the
boss it was closing time, and so on
*4  New Year's Eve they surrounded hlm
��� and presented him with a Waltham.
+      Mr. Adams expressed his thanks in
��� an appreciated manner.
���
���
Plan to Oust Japanese.   .
Pekin, China, Jan. 3.���It is reportei
��� that the Chinese tn Manchuria have
��� organized a secret society    of lame
+      _______________________    membership,  to drive  the  Japanese
��� ��������������������������������������������� out of the country.' PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY   4,   ig-|-r
Wants
WANTED.
WANTED���BY AN EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, work by the
day. Apply Miss McLean, 111 Tenth
stieet.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate- Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.
Canadian pacific TRANSVAAL MINES
B. C. Coast Service
ACREAGE    IN    THE    VICINITY
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OF
WANTED���A GOOD    NURSE   GIRL
for small family. Appbly 201 Colum-
'   bia street west.
WANTED���A   GIRL   TO
general     housework.
Queens avenue, or    66'
street.
HELP   IN
Apply     227
Columbia
WANTED���A   GIRL   TO   DO   GEN-
oral  housework.    Apply  Mrs.  A.   E.
Kellington, 44  Leopold  Place.
FORTY ACRES good land near the
silo of the hig elevators soon to b'3
established on the Fraser river, we
can deliver this for a low days at
$200 per acre on easy terms. Investigate this as it is a moneymaker.
TWELVE   and   two-thirds     ncres     in
Coquitlam near the growing  town of
Port  Moody, (his will  be good  subdivision property very soon, as it is
tlie highest land in thc district.
We have some good acreage in Burnaby adjoining the city limits at very
reasonable prices,
IESS PROFITABLE
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
m Dally except Sunday! _
m  Uaiiy Although Tonnage Produced
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a
1:00 p
10:00 a.
11 loll p.
Dally
Daily
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping rooms: good references.
Apply  box  S.  News office.    ^^^^
WANTED���BOARDERS     FOR     PRI-
vale boarding house; first class
board: all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 618 Agnes
street, city.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver lirokerage
Land. 62 Hastings street east.	
FOR SALE.
FOR
FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE
vacant  propeity, a new six roomed
cottage.   Apply "t 1104 Eighth St.
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; bouse over store,
consist ing of two bedrooms,
chen, parlor, stable, woodshed
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C, P. R., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box :!.
city.
klt-
and
tf.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen: comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 20& Front
street, City.
HOMES ON EASY TERMS.
SEVEN roomed house and two sixty-
six fool lots, on Fourth avenue,
near Queens park; $1500; easy
terms.
DOUBLE corner on Sixth street car
line; all in fruit trees, modern
house, seven rooms; $4400, small
cash payment, balance in installments every six months.
DOUBLE corner on Princess street,
two houses bringing in good revenue; $1S00 for the. properly,, will
accept small cash payment and thc
balance can be arranged as rent.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
E-,00 p, in Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m...Doc. 3, 14, 21. .lan. 7, 21
TO QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   in	
Dec. 13, 21, Jan. 10, 24.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND CHILLIWACK
Leave   Westminster   8:U0   a.   m.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
11. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
is Greater, Expense of Operation Grows Steadily.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds ot
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK  PLAIN  AND
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   13/
WE have some excellent building lots
in the west ond of the city on easy
terms:   get hold  of some  property;
befoie the big advance which is sure
to come.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate  Agents.
628   and   746   Columbia   St.
New  Westminster.
COAL
New
Wellington
FOR SALE���ON KASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALK OR RENT HY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.Hate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LKT���FURNISHKD  ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
ROOM TO RENT-
nished   bedroom
gentlemen.    App
-A comfortable fur-
suitable for two
v at 233 Sth St.
rO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbl.   street  and Clarkson
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711.
Box 160.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT,
STYLISH '
PRINTING ]
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
Johannesburg, Jan, 3,���In some respects  the   mining   industry   of   the
Transvaal    during    the    first       nine
nionlhs   of   the   year   hardly   realize.
, the   reasonable   anticipations   formed
| twelve  months  ago.     II   is   Hue  that
production   of  gold,   coal,   diamonds
I and  base  minerals  was  on  a   greater
i scale,   and   that   employment   for   a
i larger number of workers was found.
i More money was expended in salaries
i wages   and   stores,   aud   lo   that   ex-j
I tent the country gained, bul the pro-.
portion of the gold production, which',
is available for distribution as pro lit !
is less than in the year 1909.   On the
other  hand, coal and diamonds  will
he found  to  have yielded better returns than  in  the  previous year, andl
the value and prolits from base min-'
orals have grown  very  satisfactorily
when  the  scale  on  which   their   ex-j
iploitation is conducted, is taken Into
j account.
The    enormous    gold    Industry   so |
Overshadows     all     oilier     production I
that  a  slight   fluctuation either  way
more  than   balances  results  obtained
] in  other directions.    Hence  the  prof-
j iis   obtained   from   mining   have    not
! reached the figures of a year ago, be-
j cause the profit from gold mining is
less.   Down to the end of September
the tonnage milled   in the Transvaal
1 was  16,344,492  tons,  of which  all  bin
, 100,000   tons   were   crushed    on    the
rand.     The tonnage is 600,000   tons
I heavier than  that   treated in the first
(nine months of 1909, and by the ond
of   the   year   will   have    increased    lo
j 1,000,000 tons.
The yield in gold to lhe end of September was |118,875,080, an Increase
of $2,684,490; the working profit
however, of $43,115,230 is $2,413,075
less, and consequently the amount
available lor distribution at the end
of the year will also lie smaller. As
far as can be seen at present the total divi.lens which can he declared
for the year will not reach the 1909
record. For that year a sum of $17,-
500,000 was pa'd to shareholders in
gold mines. For the current year
the amount to he distributed will
probably be in the neighborhood of
$46,250,000.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
[LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Gardiner & Gardiner
I win Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3.500  Tons,   7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18' 2 Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart, s. S. "Prince Albert" will leave Prtnce Rupert January 20th for Port Simpson,
Kincolith, Massett, Skldegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc
way, etc.
Double track an.l modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London. Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Falls, New Yoik, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
Special Holiday Rates to Victoria for Sailings Dec. 24th and Dec. 31st
For tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature, and all information
apply to
HARRY O. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket  A^net. Commercial Agent.
527 Granville St., Vancouvi r, B.C.   Phone 7100. Phone 3060
GENERAL   AGENCY    TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
LOST. ^     ^
LOST���WALTHAM WATCH, AT
noon, the 3rd, between Second
street and Third avenue. First and
Royal avenue. Finder return to
this office and receive reward.
LOST���TUESDAY MORNING, GOLD
locket containing two photos, between Windsor hotel and Dominion
Trust block. Finder kindly return
to Daily Ne ws and obtain reward.
FOUND.
FOUND���A  BUNCH OF    KEYS    ON
ring, near I ine street.    Fin ler can
have ^ame by proving property and
(paying    for    advertisement.    Daily
News Office.
MONEY TO LOAN.
NEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
business and central residential
property. The People's Trust Co.
Ltd., Loan Department.
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
"hone 661 Residence Phone  133
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
lOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tQe
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each mouth;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
I
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Nswfoundland, anu in London, Eng-
tind, New York, Ch'cago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents iu all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of fl and upward,
and Interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
lannum   I present rate).
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE �� EDMONDS. BARKIS-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H
L. Edmosids.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
V RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
Vancouver  and Agas-
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
INEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon: I take it for granted
that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would change your mind. Acme
5s in a class by itself. Once tried���
always used.
Our special champagne is a winner.
You ought to try a case for Christmas ! Price $1,25, case and bottles to
be returned.
Factory:   Simpson Street.
Office:   tiiM Columbia Street.
Tei. Z2X New Westminster, B.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major ancl
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
Kootenay
10:30���From
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. 96).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
1-3 Off
ouse
Seattle,
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No. 9fi).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
January Stock Reducing Sale
Bargains   in  Men's Wear
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Follows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.,
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secre-'
tar.
COAL!
WM   RING UP 58  �����
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER        : B. C
I
I
$13.00 House Coats $9.00    $17.50 Bath Robes $11.70
u
a
u
6.65
6.00
4.00
10.00
12.00
ii
u
ii
ii
6.65
8.00
25 per cent, off all other lines, Men's and Boys' Suits
Overcoats, Shirts Hats, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves
     ETC. ���
See Our Window Displays for Bargains.
Reid fe?Company
The Store of Satisfaction   - 601 Columbia St.
���tjpm���*******WWWWHBH WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY   4,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
THE TIMES PRAISES
B. C. FRUIT EXHIBIT
Provincial Government Display of Apples at London
Show Draws Encomiums.
The Daily News has received from
linn. J. li. Turner, agent general for
Hritish Columbia, a copy of The Times
[or Dec. 2 in which an excellent account Is given of the Koyal Horticultural Society's exhibition in London
al wbicli frull from i his province
made  such   a   showing.
Many Eminent Men Present.
The exhibition was opened by Sir
Edward Grey, secretary of stale for
foreign affairs. Sir Trevar Lawrence
presided at a meeting al which th"
opening ceremony took place, and ot
hers present were Lord Strathcona,
Sir Owen Phillips, Sir Daniel .Morris,
Sir Bverard Im Thurn, Sir Peter Ste-
wart-Bam, Sir Albert Rollit, the Hon.
Price Ellison (British Columbia) the
mayor of Westminster, the Kev. W.
Wilks, the Rev, VV. II. G. Twining,
the Hon. J, 11. Turner (agent general
for British Columbia) Mr. J. A. Turner, Mr. C. W. Wilkinson (British
Columbia Development Association),
Mr. II. ('.. II. Wilkinson, and Dr. McCall (agent general for Tasmania).
Sir Edward's Opinion.
sir Edward Grey said thai ll was a
pleasure to hlm to be able to attend
to oj en that magnificent show.
li was really an admirable thing
the the Royal Horticultural Society
should have decided lo hold such au
exhibition anniialy. Ile would like
to assure the colonies thai Bent frull
there thai there could be no better
place ami no better auspices than
those of the Royal Horticultural Society. What was being'done was a
benefit uot only to the colonies bul to
this country. He believed that there
was no danger of the imported fruit
Interfering with the market for homegrown fruit,    In    flavor    home-grown
fruit was second to none, but In color  Hogg Memorial  medal to the  Hritish
it could not equal    thai    from plates  Columbia government for apples; gold
... . ..   medals   to   the   West   Indian   Produce
where there was a holler summer.    It ,  ,,  ���   ,. _  ���.��� ,   ,���,,	
association   tor   West  Indian  produce,
would be good for this country to con- and t0 Messrs. Garcia .Jacobs (Covent
sumo more fruit than It did, and a Garden) for apples; silver cups to
larger supply would Increase the de- Messrs. R. II. Fortune and J. W.
mand, to the advantage of the home- Cockel l Hritish Columbia) for dessert
grown fruit as well as that from the apples; silver-gilt Kniglitian medals
colonies.     He   bad    always    strongly   to  Salmon   Arm   (British    Columbia),
and    Messrs.   Glllmiui   iXew    Brunswick)   for apples;   silver-gilt   Hanksian
EAVOR INSURANCE
BY STATE ITSElf
Winter Term Starts  Tonight
- i
I
maintained the wholesomeness of fruit
and if he weie asked, though bespoke
as a layman, What was the limit, of
the amount of good fruit that was
good for anybody, be would answer,
"cubic capacity." (Cheers and laughter. I He bad never seen a more beautiful exhibit of frull than tbal in that
hall. The line collection lrom Hritish
Columbia had won a special distinction in face of great, competition, New
Brunswick and tbe West Indies bad
also sent some excellent fruit,
B. C. Exhibit Was Feature.
The principal exhibits ai the piesent shew, the Times remarks, are
the apples from British Columbia and
New Brunswick and the general pro-
' duce from the Wesl indies, south
ifrlca is represented by a small col-
lei Lion of liquers and preserves from
ihe Cape and samples of tea t'lum Na-
lal.
lh* feature of the show is th
medals to Mrs. John Smith, Grand
Forks district, and Vancouver Island
district I Britisli Columbia) for apples; silver Kniglitian medals to W.
ll. Plowman (Westminster) for sterilizing out liis, and Messrs. McDoddle
(Kennington) for dried fruits and
vegetables.
Commission Ready to Report
Workmen's Compensation
ProDosal.
DEPOT    KISSING    ALLOWED.
Reads   Entering   Winnipeg   Will     Not
Follow Ban   Precedent of Kansas.
Winnipeg,   Jan.
kiss  at  the  gates    .
in   the   Winnipeg   passenger stations
jusi   as   much   as   they   wish.      Tele-1
graphic   dispatches   say   that   in   Kansas city and Omaha railroad officials
Olympia, Jan. :t.���The continent tl
system of compensation for injured
workmen will be recommended to the
legislature by the commission appointed by Governor Hay, which filed
its rei,mt with him today. The proposed bill calls for the assessing of all
(.-lasses of manufactures where the
;.���Travellers may "extra hazardous risk" is encountered
of llu- train sheds :, certain percenttiin of the annual
pay roll, and this is to be distributed
in the form of pensions, the maximum
being $35 a month, a widow being allowed $20 a month and $5 a montli for
each minor child under the ave of
sixteen.
Maximum    $4000.
The pension may be converted into a lump sum, but in no case Is the
sum to exceed $4(100. There is a
provision that the funeral expenses of
the injured are to be paid up to $75,
and there is a section making it the
duty of the employer to provide all
necessary medical and surgical aid
and transportation to hospital when
a man is Injured.
|     This money will be paid back out of
the first aid fund, which money is to
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc..  Etc.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes ror Ladies from I12V5
np.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
(6.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' op?n case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
a
.   I
|
pucker  and   the   smack,  osculatorily
speaking, but there is no ban on the
fond   embrace   and   the   farewell   kiss I
in Winnipeg.
"But there is one thing about this
kissing at the gate that I think the
authorities ought to look Into," Bald
a gateman, "It is that theie is too
much promiscuous k!ssing. It's all
right for married men to kiss their
wives, for young couples who are engaged to marry, for brothers and sisters and in some instances cousins,
but when it comes to second cousins
and friends, wives and sweethearts,
I think the line should be drawn
somewhere.
"Before I got this job 1 used to
think kissing was a grand indoor
sport, but after you see several bun-
day
,i ���������'.', mi'iitM, Kissing begins to
Resides,
are  only
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
rue   nisi aid  luuu.  wmen   money   is  in ... , -.
be raised by assessing the employer 4 I position tO   ClO   SO,   may
cents for each day each man works, 2 nOW be l'eadv tO Open   a
cents of which is to be deducted from ,       ,    onnnntit
lection or Hritish Columbia apples,| have issued injunctions against the
which occupies one-third of the total
available spice In the ball. The group
Includes over 1,100 cases of apples, or
more than twenty tons of fruit, and
recognizing iis importance as undoubtedly the finest collection of apples thai has been staged here, the
Royal Horticultural Society have or
dered the Hogg medal to be struck ln
gol 1 for the first time and awarded
to the Hritish Columbia government.
The varieties displayed scarcely included a dozen, for as few sorts as
possible are grown consistent with
meeting the various demands for si a-
son, color, flavor and size. Blenheim
', Orange and Ribston Pippins were represented by a few cases, but in the
main the English varieties have been
superseded by King of Tompkins, Nor-
then Spy, Spitzenburg, Baldwin, Jonathan. Fallawater, Huhbardson's Nonsuch, and a few others. The fruit appeared to be absolutely free from scab	
or  blemish,   which,  although  in   part,   dred  jobs  of  kissing done every
due  to lhe  newness of the region in   for a  few  months, kissin
which  it  Is grown, may  be attributed   piln   on   you.
chiefly to the stringent regulations of   station   kisses   <-. ���    ������,.	
the  government   dealing  with  the  in-   Thev  are  not  the real thing.      They   vices or expenses, that  it means the
Bpectlon  and   spraving    of    orchards,   generallv are onlv smacks. | receiving and disbursing of $4,000,000
The grading and    packing    has    been       "I  believe  1  mav be classed as an  a year, as It will practically wipe out
(���arried   out   with   uniform  excellence,   expert  in  kissing  after  five  years of   all   accident   and   liability    i:,. m-aic-.-
I A provincial law prescribes the bushel  dally   observation   of  an   average   of  companies in Washington
| as   the   stall lard   cubic    measure,  and   ;;uii     kisses   a   day,   which   makes     a   -   ��� ���
'the packing cases uniformly  measure  grand total of 547,500 oscillatory dem-
lu in. x -bin.    Pour grades of frull are   <)nslriltions  I  have seen."
recognized,   of   which   the    lowest    is 1 	
THE
the pay of the employee
In   Charge   of   Commission.
Three    commissioners    to    handle
these funds are to be appointed by the
government   for   six   years,   and   will
receive t'.WM a year.
It was reported by the commission
the    railroad   the members of  which  will make no
counterfeits. 1 charges   to   the   state   for   tlieir   set-
used for preserves, but only first
grade fruit is exhibited. British Columbia's appeal, however, is tor men
and not for markets. Rapid as haa
been the extension of fruit farming
since Lord Aberdeen's experiment.-.
the production is at present Insufficient to meet the home demand, and
| Hritish Columbia fruit does not meet
i the   English   market
GOT   THIRTY    DAYS   TO
MEDITATE OVER JOKE
Olds, Jan. 3���W. T. Kelly took upon
himself to play a practical joke on
Wong Pond, who keeps a restaurant
here, but unfortunately for him his
"Irish tricks" went too far and
brought him within the reach of the
���lncipal awards, continues law. A few nights ago, Kelly gave
The   Times    are  as   follows:       Gol.l   Wong a cheque which Wong   cashed
without   discerning  that    the   cheque
was  made  out  to   "B.   A.  Goodman.'
and  signed  "D.   R.   Dunn."  Kelly   set
out for Eowden to blow  the   mon
but  when  the  bank   failed  to   accept
the cheiue, Wong  gave the police a
description    of the    joker, who  was
finally located near Eagle Hill after a
long chase, and brought into the 1 jck
up here.   To day he pleaded guilty be
fore Magistrates Campbell an '. Silver-
thorn   and  was  sentenced to    thirty
days in Jail, besides having to repay
Wong tlie money.
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
In'erest is paid on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
isiness   Accounts    opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ��
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW
WESTMINSTE.'.,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
furniture
_K*����*. \���.''V**��*   am^*g% :
During the month of January low prices will prevail
AT   THE   NEW   FURNITURE   STORE
Every article will be reduced and marked in plain figures
 You can see at a glance the amount you will save       	
This is a genuine Saving Sale and we offer you new goods
,t PPim NEVf R BEFORE OFFERED THE PUBLIC OF THIS CITY AND DISTRICT
i j �� to��� niprp^ of furniture or some new rugs, it will be well worth your
You -SLTf 5&^35��5STS5U s^ w. && *T m you
require them later, or we will store them for you free of charge.
Come early and often and tell your friends about the great bargains you got.
lloway & Lewis
UP-TO-DATE HOUSE FURNISHERS      .      .      .      ���      ���      PHONE 829
Corner Columbia and Fourth streets.  New Westmmster ^SgS."^^">**^^^^
PAGE POUR.
THE DAILY MEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY    .,   1911,
I
The Daily News
REMOVAL NOTICE.
Published by The Idaily News Publishing Company, Limited, td their offices,
corner   of   McKenzie   ami    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Mannging Director
WEDNESDAY.   JANUARY   4,   1911.
���We nro moving from our presenl
office on Columhla street to Sl!7 Carnarvon street, where we will still continue in tbe same business (��� teaming, draylng, wood an.l coal.
Wo desire io thank our friends for,
the liberal patronage recorded  us In
our old  stand, and trust   wc  will still
meet them and a lot of new ones at
our new place.
IIKl.YKA  &  CO.
Office phones, i:,o ancl 732.
Coal office phone 819.
PUBLIC    NOTICE.
Public notice is hereby given to the
electors  of  the   Municipality   of  the
I City of Now Westminster, that  I require  the presence of the said  Electors   al   the    Council    Chamber.    City
Mall, Columbia Street, New Westminster, on the 9th day <>f January, L911,
at L2 o'clock noon, for the purpose ol
electing persons to represent them in
of  an   influential   committee   to   con- the  Municipal  Council as  Mayor and
lest the mayoral vacancy in this city   Aldermen.
is one thai  will, we believe, give very       The  mode of nomination  of  candi-
... ... ���, I dates shall he as follows:    The candi-
general satisfaction.    We may say at K^. ihaU bfl IinmitliilPll.in w,-itin. .
once that wc know of no better manUhe writing shall be subscribed by
fitted for the very Important position two voters of the Municipality as proof chief magistrate of this city than poser and seconder, and shall be de-
; livered to the Returning Officer al any
time between the date'of the notice
THE  MAYORAL CANDIDATURE.
The announcement which We make
tbis morning, thai Mr. T. .1. Trapp
has consented to accept the invitation
Your vote and support
are requested ror
Silas Fader
AS ALDERMAN  FOR  1911
For a  Progressive  City.
Clean City Government.
Square deal for thc city with all corporations.
What About Thai
New Year's Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
oi
.Air. Trapp. Unless we are very much
mistaken, he will make a strong opponent to Mayor Lee. Thc latter has
undoubtedly disappointed a greal
many of his erstwhile supporters, and
the advent of a strong, honest, well
known man like Mr. Trapp will he
likely to receive a hearty welcome
(rom these.
The new candidate has many claims
tn general support, Ho came Into New
Westminster and set up business as a
hardware merchant when the Royal
City was a very modest place indeed.
When the tire occurred .in 18H8,
thou, h  he  was  one    of    the    heavy
and 2:00 p.m. of day of the nomination, and in the event of a poll bein.
necessary, such poll will be opened
on tbe 12th clay of January. 1911, at
St. George's Hall, corner Clarkson and
Church streets; No. 4 Fire Hall, Keary
street; No. 5 Fire Hall, Thirteenth
street; from 9:00 o'clock a. m. to 7:00
o'clock p. m., of which every person
is hereby required to take notice and
govern himself accordingly.
"The persons qualified to be elec
ted  Mayor of the City af New West
minster are such  persons as are natural  horn or naturalized subjects ol |
His Majesty, males cf the full age oil
twenty-one   years,   and   who   are   noil
disqualified     under     the     '���Municipal
W. R. GILLEY
"Ph me 112
G. E. GILLEY
'Phone 291
losers by thc disaster, be stood ��� Clauses Act," and who have been for
staunchly by, and with that Indomit-1 the six months next preceding the day
able pluck  that   is  characteristic  of
the race from which he springs, T. J.
of nomination the registered owners
in the Land Registry Ofiice of real
property of the assessed value of at.
Gilley Bros. Ltd
Office and Bunkers, 902 Columbia St.
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Trapp soon re-established bis position I least one thousand dollars as rated on
We take this opportunity of thanking all our
customers for their patronage during the last year,
and trust they will favor us with a continuance of
same.
the last revised Municipal Assessmenl
Roll, over ancl above the amount of all
encumbrances thereon."
"And   the   persons   qualified   to   be
elected Aldermen*of the City of New
as   a   hardware  man   and   Implement
dealer.
His lengthy association with the
commercial affairs of New Westminster  has  made  Mr.  Trapp  well    and: Westminster are such persons as are'
widely known for manv miles through- n^_al ^'��rn "'' ni,Viral,ze(J   ���bJecto
, .... ,,       iof His Majesty, males, ami who   are;
om  the surrounding districts.    More- not disqualified under tho "Municipal
over, il  may  lie said  that  every man   clauses  Act" and  who have been for
lie knows and who knows him is liis  the six months next preceding the day
frjeufl iof nomination the registered  owners
���,   '  _ . ,. ,, , in  the  Land  Registry  Ollice   of real
'1. .1. Trapp is essentially a man o* pro?erty of the a8seBsed value of at
tbe people, a circumstance or which least five hundred dollars as rated on
he is justly proud.   The success which [the last revised Municipal Assessment
lias been liis as a commercial man of
this city is directly due to bis energy
and  excellent  business abilities, and
the eminence and importance of   thej December
undertaking which he controls    is bui
the  outcome  of  his  individual  e. er-
iuns.
li   is such strong,  brainy,  businesslike qualities which we need to control the affairs of New  Westminster,
the extent and Importance of whose i
interests is increasing every day.    It ]:|
must  be remembered  also  that.  Mr.!
Trapp would not enter upon the posi-
;ion of chief magistrate without    ex-  I
perience in administrative work.    He
lias   heen   actively   associated    with
most, if not. all the public bodies of
New Westminster at one time or an-1
other and  has-.always done  worthily
^ind  veil  In  I.Irs  respect.    Therefore I
if lu   is e!,;i:e"i lo fill tho position    cl :
mayi r neivt year ti.e citizens may, we
feel   saie.   ust.   I ssured   that   he   will'
recognize the Interests of the city as
his  first  and  only  concern   and  will
he ready to put entirely aside his per-
Isona]  interests and predilections for
tbe benefit of his fellows.
Mr. Trapp's address, which appears
In another column, is in itself a testimony to his earnestness and ability
and will surely find favor in the eyes
>f a very targe proportion of the
citizens.
Roll,  over  and  above  the  amount  of
all encumbrances thereon."
Given  tinder my hand  at  the   City
of New Westminster, the 31st day cf
l'.iin.
J. STILWELL  CLUTE,
Returning Offlcer.
We are still handling the famous Wellington and Comox, hou e
and steam coal, and Cumberland Forge coal, and the celebrated
Portland cement, Vancouver brand, Rosebank lime, Tacoma plaster.
also an improved plaster already mixed with sand, ready for use.
We have a good supply of Vitrified pipe, crushed rock, gravel,
sand, etc.
We have increased and improved our plant during the pasl year,
and expect to be in a position this year to supply everyone at rock-
bottom prices. __&$  af*   .
L�� /m
OR
A.  E.  WHITE  IS BACK.
Last of the    Fraser    River    Improve
ments Delegates Returns,
"it feels good to come back to    a
Christian   climate."   remarked   A.   E,
White  to the  News  yesterday evening,  shortly  after  bis    return,    with
Mrs. White, from llie east.   This is a
prelude to explaining that,    he   had
looked  at  forty   below   zero   weather
along the shores of Lake Superior on
his trip to Ottawa with the delegation
sent from the district to interview the
Dominion government with a view to
improving the channels of the Fraser
river.    "Looked    at" is    the   correct
term, as far as  Mr. White    is    concerned, for he  declined  to leave thel
parlor car long enough to experience j
the cold registered by tbe thermometer.    On  the  way  back  through the
Dakotas    and    Montana    Mr.    White
escaped   another   irritating   climatic!
disturbance,   travelling   half    a    day]
.ahead of a blizzard.
Signs of progress and prosperity I
were noticed everywhere in the east,
lint especially in Toronto and Montreal. Rut above everything else Mr.
White noticed tbe cold; It was forced
���upon bis attention everywhere. That
Is why he is glad to be bank In II. C,
where the climate is Christian.
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Johnston Hall
Sapperton
Thurs. Jan.
AT 8 P. M. SHARP
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
���Specialist In Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern lluilding Construction.   Telephone 806.
Room  13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Addresses will be delivered by the following labor candidates :
FOR ALDERMEN
Walter Dodd, John H. Campbell and
Samuel Jackman.
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Joseph A. Darke,  E. W. Cook, -T. W. L. House
and R. A. Stoney.
Reserved Seats for Ladles
We have  a   full   line
of Rogers Bros.   1847
sa
, also a full
verware, also a
Selection of high grade
Carvers, Cutlery ana
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp 8+ Co.* Ltd.
Wishing Ow Patrons
the Compliments
of the Season
Chamberlin
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Who Said New Year's ?
It is time to start on your New Year's work. We
have just received a Splendid Assortment of Novel-
tie,   for   making   ur.    A)*   *n   the   Newest   Designs.
A. J. BIR TCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Tnilns leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 8:20. 6:60, 7:20, 8
and everv half hour thereafter until 11 p. in.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  fi,  7,  8  and  every   half
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Kxpress rars leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. m.( 11:20
a. m., and 3:20 p, m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
20-mlnute service from 5:40 a. ra. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday���20-mlnutea
service from  8 a.  m.  until  11:20 p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute aervlce from G:10 a. m. in til 11:90 p. m.     Sundaj���2)minutes
aervlce fiom 8:10 a. in. until   11:80p. m.
.ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.'
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at. 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connectIuk at Kburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
bour thereafter up to 11 p. m. . ,
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Wes-tmlnster 4: 15 p. m.
J To Cliilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. tn. and fi p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St.
For all klnda ot
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. F, M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victor!?
Street.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc.,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
WILL DRAFT LEASE
EOR GALBRAITH BROS.
Committee to Meet Members
of Firm Seeking Foreshore
on Lulu Island.
A b] ecial meeting of   the   council
was lulled for live o'clock yeslerday
afternoon, and after an hour, mostly
occupied in aimless talk, consummated some business that should have
taken a husiness organization only a
few minutes.
The question to deal with which
the meeting was primarily called was
thai of granting a lease to Galbralth
Brothers, formerly Galbralth & Sons
ni certain water fronl lots on Lulu
Island. The present, lease expires in
1911, and Galbraith Brothers want a
li b e lor a period of twenty-live years
with option of renewal for twenty-five
more. This they consider justified in
view of the facl thai they propose to
ereel buildings at h cost ut about
J100.000.
I Hiler the Municipal Clauses act
ihe council has power to grant leases
only for twenty years or a shorter
term, but it is the opinion of City
Solicitor Martin that Ibis does not
appi) to the city property on Lulu
Island, which is governed hy the
in ins of the crown grant, and consequently It will lie possible to grant
Galbraith's requesl hy means of a
by-law put before the electors, tho
co I "f wliich plebiscite will he horno
bj  applicants.
Much pointless discussion arose on
11. question of how the tart that, before this vote could he taken, a new
ii w ill he in office, would affect
ti..- matter, and Anally it was lefl to
a i ommittee i omposed of Aldermen
Johnston and Bryson tn meel
i . liiy solicitor and Mr. Galbraith
it a lease mutually acceptable
parlies     which     call   he     cm-
i iii a by-law which can, it nexl
hod;,    sees   lit.   he   put      I I     the
\     ..ilv   in   the   . essi'Ui
Third  StreM Difficulty,
pave or not to pave Third Blreei
Is  a]; arently   a   quest ion   i hai     has
,. i ;, degree of complication
yond the possibility ol solution by the
 uncii. so ii  ha i been    dele-
I to a committee ol   tree,  Uder
lohnston, Jafdlne and Qilley, to
ii.  estli .'te
Church   Street  Sidewalk.
i .   way of   diversion,   apparently,
md wltb no though! of makin
had
and
was
been   approved   by   the     council,
thai   a   sl might   sidewalk   would
entail a grade of 29% per cenl
practically Impossible,
which
LONDON REALTY
PRICES RECEDE
have
thai
city.1
comes in such small amounts
ii is quickly absorbed hy the
Another said: 'Why should we
buy real estate hen.' when
Btontly depreciating, oi
when w'e have the example of London
before us?' Still another said: 'There
is one clause in my will which has remained unchanged for fifteen years;
lhal is a clause forbidding my
tors to Invest in real estate
estate
mortgages.
it  I.s con-
New York
execu-
or   real
Developement of Suburbs
Attracts People Away
From Old Centers.
".Contrary   lo   general   opinion,
don   real   estale   is   falling   in   va
says   M.   Moigcnthau   in    Bonds
Mori gages.     "The   old   leasehold
tem  has had much   to do  with
l.on-
lue,"
and
By lithe
������������������������������*���������������
��� Mahmont Is Champion. e
��� Omaha. Neb , .lan. 3.���Frank   ���
��� Gotch, champion    wrestler   of ���
��� the  world, tonight turned  that ���
��� honor over to Y.nisei' Mabinoul ���
��� and  announced  he  would  back ���
��� Mahmout       against.       I lacken- ���
��� schmidt lor   $20,000,    part    of ���
��� wbicb was posted tonight. ���
������������������������������������������������
present, status. It lias prevented an
adequate development of many sec-
lions and has forced a trade to spread
ovei' many  blocks.
"Nexl in Importance to this, is, i
believe,   the  general  condition   of   lhe
London storekeeper. Excepl in lhe
very best locations, the storekeepers
are not. making a decent living. Oi
course, there are many other causes
for I liis slate of affairs, and I tried to
discern some of tbem. In lhe lirst.
place it, seems to uie there are many
times loo many  stoics.    The resull   is
inevitable, items arc continually lowered. ,
"Hm    how   aboul    living    quarters,
both houses and apartments ,you will
ask'.' Surely in a (enter like London
these will always he in demand, anl
lhe rentals will hold their own. I
spoke io a well-known man iu London about this, lie occupies a town
house   which   is   located   in  one  of  the
besl west end quarters. This house
was built ome years ago by a wealthy
merchant who was supposed to liave
lavished dose to half a million dollars on the ground, building an I fur-
nil ure. Ii is a six-story affair, over
thins feet wide and with all modern
Improvements, Including an elevator.
Today my friend pays a rental of
about uin per week, or $2600 per annum, for this house, and he t ild ine
he thougbl ihe widow of the owner
would sell for abOUl $100,000 As this
gentlemen said to mc: 'Either your
New York real estate is much to:,
rn- ' high, or ours is ridlculouslj cheap.' I
am Inclined to think that there is
ome truth in both of these state
ments, a very vital re ison tor the
drop in Lon lon residence realty is
the advent of better transportation,
Including, lim ol all, tiie a itomoblh a
and taxlcabs, and lastly, the m itor
and subway.    This together with
MacDonald Loses.
It. ('. MacDonald, the wrestling
hope of Westminster, lost his second
match witli George Walker at the v
A. C. -Monday night, when he was
thrown twice in -IT seconds and 1:45
respectively.
Shimlzii,  77;   Ileryl    MacDonald,    76;
Frances Gilley, 75; Vivian Hrown, 76;
Crissle Marshall, 7-;   Margaret Davis,
71'; Gertrude Short, 7-;  Leonard Pos-
till, 71;   Erma  Doughty, 71;    Ernest
Dawe, 71;  Beth Gilley,   70;    Crlssie
Hrown, 70;   Olive  Ho lley, 70;   Dyloria
Sweneisky,  HI!;   Susie  Loree,  Hll;   William Hood, 66; Alice I'ope, 66; Muriel
Sprott, ni; Frank Turnb,ull, 63; Beryl
Smith, 63;   Reba Greeni   62;    Shinji
Fuljimoto, ni;  Jessie Allen, 61;   Ida
Huff, r.l; Olivine Robertson, (lu; B.rt
McAllister, cu;   Evelyn  Richards, 68;
Elizabeth Bourne, 68; Berladlne Dowd,
57;   Wilber  Smith,  66;   Charles   Em-
bree,  nil;   Charles  Rennie,  62;   Jack
McKercher,    52;    Hoy    Coulson,    52;
Valerian Sweneisky, 52;  Ethel  Winte-
niuie, 62; Frank Belyea, 60; Edmund
Traves, 50;  Neil McAllister, all;  Clara
Potter,   Ward   Wilson,   Florence   Ack-
ley,  George   Feeney,  Iza  MacDonald,
Albert   Richards,  Robert Shaw,  Chariot lo   Fryer,   James  Slater,     Kenneth
Muir, Shirley Iluggard, Frances Stewart,  George   Curtis,    Pearl     Abrams,
.Margaret Goodwin, Claude Marmont,|$
Minard Hill, Miller Lougheed, Mildred    '
Owen, Dorothy  Vital. Archibald  McRae, Jack Allison, James Mayers, Rita
McCutcbeon.
Sometimes people do, and suffer,
because the stomach balks.
Ate Unwisely ?
relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest
things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-Dku-uu Dyspepsia Tablet:
50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c
will mail them.
National Drug and Chemical Co. ef Canada, Limited,
Montreal.
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Chocolates, Perfumes, Etc*
Call  at
High School Pupils
Told Their Standing
(Continued from  Page One.)
A. Lewis, W. J. Archibald. A. Trelbe-
way, W. .McAllister, O. ilowker and
M.  Traves.
Second  class  honors���11.   Hood,    S
Johnson. A.    Tidy,    i'.    Fetherstone-
liaiigh,  E, Curtis, T. Storme, T. McAl
lister. /
I'ass���S.  Kimura, F.  Douglas.
Euclid.���First class honors.���W.
Archibald, (). Howker, lv Carncross,
F. Harrison, S, Kimura, A. Lewis. W.
McAllister. L. Tupper, Alice Howell,
C. Rennie and Xita Trapp.
Second class honors���T. Storme, T.
McAllister, G. Richmond, r. emus. G.
Diamond, B. hood, S. Johnson, ('���.
Whltely, !���'. Douglas. A. Tretkeway
and  M. Traves.
i'ass ��� i'. Fetherstonehaugh, A
Mitchell,  A.  Tidy.
Advanced Course, Junior Grade-
Physics���First, class honors in ordet
of merit.���A.    Mann,    A. Cantcll.    M
Lauru
Just
Arrived
a  shipment   of
the famous
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WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
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i_i_i^lH
��� te motion, Aid, Johnston under-
t ok to ciIticlze the action of the <ii>
engineer in  making  tbe  sidewalk of
C    ii I h    sireet    ill    a   set h B   Ol      tops,
with a lhe per cenl   grade and a rise
���   ���   two   striiies.    iie   (omplained
���   il    this   arrangement    \..is    being]
lied   all   over  lhe  clly,   and   was
.   io t certain to resull in a serious
Ident and a resultant  lawsuit.
Engineer Blackman had the apparently  conclusive  reply   that   this  plan
tic energetic development  of garden
suburbs, has attracted the population
away   trom  the  old  centers   and   lias
much to do with the declining popularity of town hous. s and apartments,
"I   called  on  some  real estate   men
io see whal chance there was of placing  New  York  real estale in  London.
One    broker    Ball:      'Mj   wealthiest
| clients ha\e no cash.   Their money is
, invested  in   land   \\ bich   they
I sell,   and    any   surplus   Income    tbey
DELTA
For  Acreage,   Large and
Small, Priced Right
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia St.
1 English Flannel i
I === Shirts *��
Warm,     Comfortable,     Servlcable
This damp weather calls for a soft
wool shirt���English all-wool flannels
are worn by many. They are made
large and roomy with reversible collar
attached or without collar. See window.
$1.75   to   $400
671
, J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier i
Columbia St. New Westminster, B.C  i
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Brlce,   E.   Meredith,   J,   Smith
Lane, .1.  It. Gilley,  K. Cooper^_E.  It.
Qilley,    Elsie    Robinson,    M.    . t >tt
(equal);  It, Whittaker, A. McAlliste
Lily  Hood,    i.v    Haggard,    L.    Rose-
borough;   M. Watson,    L   Robertson
K. Huggard, B. Irvine, W. McKay, it
Lane (equal); E. Cook, M. Mercer, M
Morrow,   It.   Kirkland.   M    Kittson,   M,
Baber   (equal);   A.   Chambers,  (',.   K.
Lee.
Second classe honors���1 . Sangster,
M. Steen, D. Mcintosh, A. Davis, s.
Sbinobu, A Ven, P, Dockrill, (',. Mc
Alltster, 11. Jamieson, A. J agger a, M.
Wilkie.
I'ass���Florence Hailey.
Eucll 1 ���First    class    honors ��� E
Mann,   L.   Lane.   K.   Loree,   A.   Brlce,
cannot!1""- ���'- Cook, D. Huggard,   ('.. Trapp;
' J. R.    Gilley,    M.    Kittson    ie pi >' i,
a  Stott, E. Meredith,   R.   Whittaker,
R.   Lane    (equal);     E.    footer,    M.
Baber,   11.   Jamieson.   A.    Watson,   K.
Cantell, .1. Smith, V. Moulton, M. Morrow,   H.   Kirkland,   L.   Hood,   W.   McKay, 1. Chambers.
Second class honors���F. Vert, L.
Davis, Laura Robertson, Elsie Robin-
son. A. McAllister, M. Steen, F.
Hailey, G. Sangster, 11. Irvine, P.
Dockrill, L. Jagger, E. It. Gilley. L
Roeborough, G. K. Lee, G. McAllister.
Failed���M. Mercer, F. J. Fryer, D.
Mcintosh.
Junior French���Elsie Robinson, 92;
Marie   Morrow,  80;   Edith   Loree,  78;
E.   Meredith,   78;    May   Kittson,   70;
Bertha Loree. 76J J. R. Gilley, 76; 1).
H. Huggard, 76;    Kenneth    Huggard,
7a;   F, Vert, 75;  R.  It. Whittaker, 74,
Eileen Gilley, 70;  S. Shinobu, 70;   M.
G.   Baber,  67;   Laura  Robertson,  G6;
Miss  Mann, Gt!;   Roseboro, 64;   E. R
Gilley, 62; Miss Jameson, 62; Watson,
62;   Chambers.   61;   Davis,   61;   Miss
Lane, GO;   Miss  Stott, 60;   Miss    McAllister, 60; McAllister, 58; Miss Mercer, 58; Miss Hood, 57; Miss Kirkland,
66;   Miss Brlce, 66;   Miss Wllkie, 66,
B. Cooper, 54;   Miss  Stein, 68;   Miss
Dockrill,  52;   Lane,  52;   Cantell,  51,
McKay,  50;  Cook,  49;   Sangster,  48,
Lee, 48;   Irvine, 47;  Smith, 46;   Miss
Moulton, 39; Jagger, 38; Mcintosh, 22.
Advanced Junior    Literature���Miss
Robinson, 90; D. H. Hug. ard, 86; Miss
Gilley, 82;  McKay, SO; Whittaker, 78;
Miss  Morrow,  7S;   Kenneth  Huggard,
77;  Miss Loree, 75;  Miss Edith Loree,
76;  Meredith, 74; Miss Stein, 72; Roy I SB
Gilley, 72;  Miss Brlce, 72;  Miss Hood,
7u;  Miss Mann, 70; Vert, 69'; Lee, 68;
Sbinobu, 68;  Cantell, 68;  Roland Gilley, 67;   Miss  Mercer, 66;   Miss  Kittson, 65; Watson, 62; Miss Robertson,
60;   Miss Wilkie, 58;  Irvine, 58;  Miss
Lane,  67;   Miss   Kirkland,  67;   Lane,
56;   Chambers,  56;  Smith, 56;   Miss
McAllister, 56;    Miss    Dockrill.    55;
Sangster,   54;   Cook.   51;   Miss   Stott,
53; Cooper, 52; Roseborough, 51; Miss
Jameson, 50;  Trapp, 50;  Miss Hailey,
48;   McAllister, 48;   Davis, 46;  Jagger,
46; Baber, 45;  Mcintosh, 35.
Advanced junior    Latin���Vert,    85,
Roland Gilley, 80; Meredith, 80; Lane,
80;   Roy  Gilley,   78;   Miss   Robinson,
78;     Miss Edith  Loree, 76:    McKay,
73;   Miss Gilley, 72;   Miss  Brlce, 72.
Whittaker,    71;     Miss    Mercer,    71 ���
Davis, 70;  Baber,    70;    Cantell,    70; ;
Miss Morrow, 68;     Miss    Lane,    68,
Roseborough, 66;    Miss    Mann,    65;
Miss  McAllister, 61;   Miss  Stott, 60;
Miss Klttdon, 59;  Lee, 58:  Kirkland,
58; Shinobu, 68;  Miss Hood, 58;  Miss
Dockrill, 57;   Miss Rer.'ia Loree, 57.
Miss Robertson, 54;  Miss Wilkie, 53;
Trapp, 50; Chambers, 48; Miss Hailey,
48;  Irvine, 46;    Miss   Jameson,    44;
Smith, 42;  Jagger, 38;  Kenneth Huggard, 36;  Watson. 36;  Miss Stein, 28.
Preliminary Grade.
Dorothy Trapp, 90;    Annie   Steele,
87; Beatrice Bourne, 84;  Ruth Gregg,
84;   Florence Corbett,    83;     Margery
d'Easum, 83;   Harry  Bond, 83.   Elsie
Matheson, 80;   Clara    Maxwell,    80.
Alexander     Duncan,   77;    Rosabnrai
kob& Co.
Buscuits
The Finest that
can be made.
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15. tbe SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westtam Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
For freight and
This schedule subject to change without notice,
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
j This is a real Snap
Seven roomed house on  Eighth street, just above
4th avenue, on fine lot, 54 x 132
Price only $2800
$1,000 cash; balance, (including interest)
$25 per month
NOTICE.
Having sold out the Cosmopolitan
hotel, I will not be responsible for any
debts incurred in iny name.
(Signed)     J. D. B. McDONALD.
December '2<L, 1910.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
>uarrie Bros.
Note new address,  622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialist*
NOTICE.
Parties having baggage stored in
the Cosmopolitan hotel, I will not be
responsible for same after December
13, 1910.
(Signed)      J, D. B. McDONALD.
LAND ACT NOTICE
New Westminster Land District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Leslie L. Dicker-
man, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
lumberman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a pest planted on
the beach on west side of Sechelt Inlet, and  at the northeast   corner of
j lot No. 2727 and marked "L. L. Dlck-
|erman.    Northwest    Corner,"   thence
south 80 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence  south 60 chains, tlience  east
60 chains more or less to the beach,
thence north and west along beach to
commencement   and   containing   320
acres more or less.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Date November 29, 1910.
"A Horse, a
Horse, My
Kingdom for
a Horse"
PirharH ill   felt the loss of his horse keenly, but you would feel
just �� bad if'*��� SS a valuable horse or horses through an acci-
BfflCI uCout a policy on your horse, with one of the com-
. . V r��nre.ent you will displace one of your worries.   A policy
TS* 3PEM*^ your horSe. against death from any cause.
COME IN AND TALK IT pVER.
IT' PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
7 Columbia Street
Phone 62 ..>:. V^'-^^.*^
PAGE 81X.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY   4,   1911
Use Talking
THE MORNING PAPER
III
is the only effective medium
for advertising your goods to
get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. tThe first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published |in the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY   4,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
TENDERS.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-
,..',. signed, and endorsed "Tender tor
'   ime Motor 'luu Boal  tor Hritish
Columbia,"  will  be  received at this
��� untii 4:00 p. tn., on Wednesday,
ll,   loll,  tor  the   construe-
a gasoline motor tug boat tor
iriiisii Columbia.
Ileal ion and form of ten-
may be procured al the offlce of
ii   \. Bayfield, Superintended ot
ollit
January
tion ol
use   ill   1
plans, spec
der
M r.
N (��� w
Westminster
contract may
n.
alsu
ie
Dredges,
where form ol
' I'l'ms specification and form of con-
may also be seen and form ol
btained a1  the offlce of Mr.
Henderson,   Resident
Victoria, B. <
iiivor, H. C.    ^^^^^
Public Works, Ottawa
purchase    the    following    described
lauds:
Commencing at . posi i lanted on
the beach on the east side of the
Agamemnon channel and joining T. L.
No. 41966 on tin; noitb side and marked Edward Hawkins: s. \V. corner,
thence E, 60 chains to line of limit
No. 39713, thence N. 60 chains along
line to beach, thence south and west
along beach to place of commencement and containing SO acres more or
less.
EDWARD  HAWKINS.
JAMES A  LEWIS, Agent.
November 28, 1910,
my  gratitude  tor the  unfailing  sup- steam cabinet baths, followed by pas-
porl  and  guidance of tbe provincial 8ive massage.    We also gave, l see.
secretary, I am confldenl thai the Iover forty continuous baths a high as
('���lmnwinHnH hir U/ritnp i farm wiil not onlv prove Belf-support- seven hours anl numerous applica-
lUllllllnllllUII UV   TTIIIBI   ing bul economical and profitable,   it I tions of hot and cold packs.
it, 1 think, a matter   for congratula*|were alS) ��"e bundre
(Continued from l'age One.)
trad
tender
  Arehileel,
, al the Post Offlce, Van
and at the Department
if
notified ihai
tun   .
��� i ���
fli ins.
:  the
Persons tendering an
tenders will nol be considered unless I
made on the printed forms supplied,
and  signed  with  their actual  Bigna-
Btatlng  their  occupations and
of resident e.    In the case of
the actual signature, the nature
occupation,  and   place  of  residence of each  member of  the   linn
���   be  then.
Each tender musl be accompanied
i -. au accepted cheque on a chartered
i ink, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,
for   i    thousand   dollars   ($1,000.00),
h will be forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter Into a con-
t  when called upon to do so, or
to complete the work contracted
, ���      If the tender he Hot  il< ropte.l tho
ie wlll be returned.
The Departmenl  does nol  bind  It-
to accept the lowesl or any ten-
\i
By   order,
It.   C.   DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
Departmenl   of  Public   Works,   Ot-
December 20, 1910,
will nol be paid for
if they insert i:
from   the   Depart-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New  Westminster Land   District.  Dis
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice thai Leslie i,. Dicker-
man, of Vancouver, 11. ('., occupation
lumberman, Intends to apply for permission tO purchase t lie following de-
serihed  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the beach on west side of Sechelt Inlet, and at the northeast corner of
lol No. 2727 and marked "L. L. Dlck-
erman,' Northwest Corner," thence
south 80 chains, thence easl 20 Chains,
thence south B0 chains, thence east
60 chains mote or less to the beach,
thence north and west along beach to
commencemenl and containing 320
acres more or less.
LESLIE I..  DICKERMAN.
J, A. LEWIS, Agent.
Dale November 29, 1910,
lion that���thanks to being able to
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ utilize tbe services of our patients���
ity of our agriculturists thai made ithe inclusive cosi of all work io the
farming so profitable. Now we are toI province will be less than sixty-five
iesi the theory tbat II Is the agricul- dollars an acre."
lural work that accounts for the sail- "How manv patients will the new
ity of our farmers. II ison thai theory asylum buildings accommodate?"
at till events..that lir. Charles E. Do- ���'The building for chronics will hold
herty's unique scheme for the treat- si* hundred patients, and the whole
ment. of the insane musl be founded.) group of buildings will bave accomo-
The medical superintendent of the|dat!on for about fifteen hundred patients, Our present one has about
four hundred men and two hundred
women. The new hospital will, we
tope,  be   ready   for  occupation   about
���;
provincial asylum has persuaded the
government to lei his patients work
on a stock farm as a new and practical  treatment  of  lunacy, and   to  lit
them on discharge from the asylum; nnxt fall. Thev consist, as you see
to obtain Immediate work. New West- frora ,ll(. ,,|aMS, 0f ,., |arge ,wjn Set of
minster, therefore, because of its na- buildings, the lefl intended for the
lural resources, has been selected as nlale patients and those on the right
the Ideal place for an experiment, for the female. In front is the
which. If successful, will make a new chronic building with the shops and
era in alienism. I laundry.    Behind  them are the acute
.lust as a mind wearies through epileptic wards, with the attendants'
want of exercise, so ii would seem t residence, and in the hack the build-
that the idle confinement of Imbeciles'; In. s for the sick and the infirm. The
must be rather provocative of further administration buildings are those, of I
evil than ot cure. Idiots tind lunatics course, In the center, while my resl-
apart, how often has it been proved dence is al the left, of the infirmary
thai responsibility is the foundation on a road leading to the station and
of sane an* intelligent citizenship? If the wharf. The new road is two and
the state treats its  people as  vicious   a   half   miles   long.     It.   represents   a I
division    of  the old
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
till
.. v. papers
advertlsemenl
���   authority
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
New  Westminster  Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Cecil Killam, of
Vancouver, B, ('., occupation barrister
at. law, intends to apply for permission to pui chase the tollowlng de-
BCribed   lands:
(lommenclng al  a  p'osl   planted on!
t be beach aboul  l '4  miles not tbeasi
from Egmonl  Point, Jervls Inlet, and,
marked  "C.   Klllam's  Northwest Corner."   thence   easi   nu   chains,   thence j
siiuih    20    chains,    thence    west     20
chains, mme or less, to beach, tbence
north along  beach  to  place of com-'
men. ement   and  containing  40
i.i ire or less.
CECIL KILLAM.
.1. a. LEWIS. Agent
hated November 29, 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
being
ui 20,
i ,   Lots 3  and  4,  Hlock   I
0| a port! ti "A" ot Sect
.   North Range 2 West Spring
the Distrlcl of New Westmln
Dis-
���
e number L6108A, issued In the
��� ol Cathei Ine B. Bi own, has been
In i liis ofiice.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
the expiration  of one month  from
��� date of the first publication herein a dally newspaper published in
City of New Westminster, issue a
te  of  the   said   Certificate,   un
- i in he meantime valid objection
made to me in writing.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles,
Land  'Registry    Ollice.   New     West
ter, li. C December '-'. 1910.
New  Westminster  Land   District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice thai   Clint   E,   Dicker-
man, of Vancouver.  B. C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for per-', powers
mission to purchase the following de
Bcribed lands:
Commencing al  a  post  planted on|
the beach In Billings Bay, Nelson I -;
land, and Joining I'. It. No. 1678 an I
marked   "C.   E.   DIckerman's   North-
east Comer,'' thence b������nth 60 chain-;
thence   west   su  chains,  tlience  north;
10     chains     more   or   b ss  to     b(    Ch,
tlience easterly along beach to place
ol commencement, and containing 320
ai res more or less
CLINT E. DICKERMAN.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agi nt. j
hate November 28, 1910.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
���
,he Northwest quarter of Sec-
,.^u .4, Township 4, In tbe District of
New Westminster.
Title number 13999A, issued in the
name of Peter  Henderson, has been
ti.ed  In  this Offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
a�� the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrsl publication her*
of, in a dally newspaper published In
tbe City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of Ihe said Certificate, unless  I  nthe meantime  valid objection
be made to me in writing
C   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
Land  Registry  Office,  Nei| Westminster, H. C. November 30, INLAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
We are moving from our present
ofllce on Columhla stieet to 827 Carnarvon street, where we will Still continue in tbe same business of teum
ing, draying, wood and coal.
We desire lo thank our friends for
the liberal patronage accorded us In
our old stand, and trust  we will still
meet  them and
our new place.
BELYEA &
Office illumes, 160 and Til-
Coal office pbone 810.
i  lot of new ones
CO.
Election for School
Trustees
or Irresponsible, they will become
vicious and Irresponsible. Restrictive legislation, as a rule, is the worst
form of political insanity. Treat a
man as a responsible citizen an I he
will endeavor to justify thai confidence. As with the individual, bo is it
nol witli the state? Home Rule ls
the secret  of the success of British
administration   throughout   the   world.
Mutual mist and self-reliance are the
bedrock  on  which  the  British empire
I stands���supreme,  united  and  invincible,   So do we see thai the dignity of
; labor an 1 the proud spirit  of Individ-
i un! responsibility which work begets
I are the halimarks of tlie colonist. Self-
I expression  is  the  father of self-reliance, an l self-reliance ia the mark ot
the man.    To the psychologist, there-
cres I fore, as to the farmer, the Coquitlam
'; farm     colony   is  an    experiment   of
unique interest.
It  is the lasting  honor of Dr   C.  E.
Doherty  ithe asylum's medical superintendent)  tbat  he has not only real-1.
lzed that a healthy mind never lived
long in  a lazy  body, bill   has  succeed-
���d in making others realize it  also, lt
Bpeaks  volumes for this  gentlemen's
glowing enthusiasm and dominant personality   that   lie   has  persuaded  the
that  be to provide tbe means
for   putting   his   original   theories   for
the treatment and cure of insanity to
the test.    Nor is it any ordinary spirit   that   animates  a   government   that
lias the courage to undei taKe so daring  an  experiment.    Whether  results
justify   the   high   expectation    of   the
scheme's  promoters, it  must he   regarded as a  praiseworthy  sample oi
humane and  progressive government.
One hardly realizes the possibilities
and     fai-reaching     effects     of      tlie
scheme:   how its success will convert
those   who  are   now   "deficient"   and
"decadents" Into sane and useful citizens.    I   therefore   visited   Coquitlam
to sec what was to be seen, and interviewed Dr. Doherty Co bear what was
to lie heard.
Tbe   Coming   Coquiffam.
Tbe town, as many of our    readers
are aware, is to be within one and a
quarter  miles  of  New   Westminster.
Here the Cflquftlhm and Phaser rivers
I join, the land being for tlie most  part
I alluvial   sofl,  as  good   as  acy   in   'be
| province, anl which, it is certain, Will
[be the meases of a great  redaction in
tlie per capfta cost of tlie* insane to
tlie province.
Four years- ago the whole site was
a complete wilderness of fit-rest. Tents
were then erected and Dr. Doherty
sent out tffteen patients Br charge of
**ann  attendants,  wbo  cleared  enough
road and  is  now open  to   traffic, as!
you  may   have  seen.    The  change  in |
the location of this road has greatly
improved our building site.    We sliall
now liave several acres of beautifully j
sloping land  for lawn purposes."
"Who are helping to run the farm, I
Dr. Doherty?"
"Our present supervisor, J. II. I'lurrt-
pbrey, has been promoted in the asylum service and will be succeeded in
tlie new year by Duncan Montgomery,
who for years was manager of the
Pemberton stock farm, and is, of
course, one of the best, known agriculturists in Hritish Columbia. He wlll
have eight men on his staff. Of these
four are stockmen an dtwo engineers.
, They will be assisted hy fifty patients,
numerous
^^"���Tliere
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ and sixty-live
applications of Faradic current and
twenty-five ol the electrical vibrator.
These     methods   are,   1     believe,   far I
more    effective than    restraint, hypnotics and locked doors."
"Thai   reminds   me,   doctor.       How j
much   truth   is  there    in    tlie    rumors :
lliat   mosl   of the patients are free to
come and go  when  they  please, both
indoors and out?"
"Vou are more or less correctly informed. I have proved that any such
restraint is as unnecessary as (dose
confinement is unhealthy. I have removed the eighteen-foot fence that
formerly surrounded the hospital and
the gales are unlocked during the
day, leaving the patients, except, of
course, tlie acute cases, to come and
go more or less as tliey please. The
increase of outdoor exercise and out-
! door life has already shown its bene.
j flclal results In a marked degree. The
deaths for the last year have been
the lowest percentage on record, and
we have been remarkably free from
epidemics. Nor have we received
any complaints of the conduct of our
patients out of doors."
"Vour    originality     in      treatment
seems certainly  to have been  amply
Dewdney trunk I J.UBtIfle? by r"ult8'   ' understand you
^^��� 'liave also made several other innova
tions  in   the  internal   conduct   of  tlie
asylum?"
"I   don't   know   that   I    should    call
TEN MILLION TONS
OT COAL YEARLY
Output of Canadian Mines
Shows Steady Increase-
Imports Still Heavy.
Strikes in the maritime provinces
are held responsible for the falling off
in the loial production of the coal
mines of Canada for the year 1909,
the annual report on wliich lias recently been issued by the department.
of mines. Though the western provinces show a considerable increase
in their total production, the grand
total for tlie whole of Canada is about,
three and a naif per cent below that
of 1908, and 10,000 tons less than
1907. Taking ten year periods from
tbe year 1880 an excellent idea is
gained of tlie rapid increase iu this
branch of Canadian mining industry,
which is responsible for l'JT per eent
of the total mineral production of Canada. The first ten year period shows
a total production of 20,399,426 tons.
The next period registered an increase of 81.8 per cent, while in Hie
last ten year period the total production reaches the splendid figure of
86,275,046  tons, or   128.8  per cent In-
the    doctor I crease over its predecessor.
them     important,"   said
modestly;  "previous to last year the .       ....       ,   ,,
institution was unprovided with night mining Industries, the local output,
nurses, but simplv with night watch- has nol kept abreast ol the consunip-
ers-three in number. All the night! tion, aci it is found that 43.6 per
watch had to was to walk around | cent, of the coal consumed is import-
ever.   hm!r, sometimes even less fro-led, chiefly from the l'nited States
As in  some other of the Canadian
quently.    They were supposed to pu^s
	
 ^^^^^^ will be noted rlxaG tiie chief Gelds aro
througli every hall and ward at least! In the extreme west of the   country,
once an hour carrying a kerosene lan-1 ^^^^^^^
tern,    heaths from exhaustion of ma-i present  tbe  leading centers
niacal patients were as a conseq
common;    the    morbidly    suspicious!
were frightened by being locked in a
room; tlie sick failed, of
attention, w
and  that  in  Ontario  and   Quebec, at
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ of   popu-
sequence , Iation, there are no coal deposits of
note.    Part  of  this   market   is   supplied    from the  maritime    provinces,
Emt the anthracite  for domestic   use
hiefly from Pennsylvania. In
ourse, to re
.He the vio-l comes
quite  a    fair  number of whom   have-i ceive pnrper ������,..,.,���,,     r  _.,,n
been accustomed to farm work.    With  lent could not be Wfftro  ed^ JJ>���    - Alberta   find   profitable mar-
the exception of the men I have sped- dermore suicides did not o<*ur_lt
Bed, both the farm, the decorative must have been mo re Iuck ' " >
gardens and the nurseries will beUgementthat tbey d.dn t. I have e��
worked exclusively by our patients." deavored to ^J^*���-���^
"You of course anticipate that .his thoroughly, and wJ^J"L"W
work will have a marked effect on the as ��u1 a quota'rfnWtRented the Action of tbe provinces for 1000
cure of your patients, doctor?" | f _ \ ^J_VSt._^tjL^^"JTtnJ     Province- Tons
and  see," was  tbe
"We  have already
rhe west tbe minus of Hritish Colum-
kets for their supplies" in tbe l'nited
States. Of the total'Canadian product
roughly 90 pur cent is bituminous
owl.
The  attached  table  shows  the  pro-
,   do.   hut   wait  and  see," was tbe I n *ht force tltefirst hung    did wa ^.^   . _5^>(ls0
Asquithian reply.   "We have already throw   open    *frJ^ *��ct0���   r^lts Brit. Columbia ..J.608.I23
seen, if I may s���. the excellent effects 'loots   and ���ry satf���f2to��Hta rt  M*>��rU        X,m,m
of the non-repressive and non-confined   have followed    WWMgW a    r.r on ^ka,ohexvan      .. 132.125
policv i  have   instituted, and   I con- the   abonxfoableich��nAer the   aUm* Brunswick      49,029
lidently anticipate eve,, better results! phere Is ^.fr^jr^Jur^Fattentt j ^on Ten.       . .,���
from the open-air and healthy occupa-: now   have a
tion  on   the   farm.     You  may  add   to
this  that,  thanks- to the ca-reful  and
free act-ess to the toilet
I rooms at  night as during tbe day.    It
^      is exceedingly rare tbat a patient be-1
business-like   methods   of   inspection! comes violent enough to warrant clos-
the   government   have    ad'opfed,   our, ing any door.     I am   willing, indeed,!
���-   bei proud, to admit that I am now putting
| in vogue a system1 where
Value
$11,354,543
8,1-t-UAT
4,838,109
296,383
08,:', 40
43,562
will
any door.
it tbat I am now pn
  not. a door
of a sing fe room or dormitory is clos-
new   buildings   when   finished
second to none in the Dominion."
Knowing that Hr. Doherty's regime
hits- heen distinguished by some striking changes in asylum administration.
anl that lie is credited with considerable originality iir bis ideas" on the
treatment of the insane. 1 seized my
opportunity  to obtain information on. **���	
Bome  of  these  from  the doctor hfm-  peutic measures and to abctisb    ms-
seff.     Dr.   Charles- EJ.   Doherty  is  re-1 chanieal' restraint."*
garded as one of our greatest" authorities in mental diseases; and' liis treat-] ish
-    *" *��� ���   -Imrm.A,'      KlMIII     t ll I'O II K IlCJU I     I.UU     M^*f*m.m.~..	
and   Honor  you    for  your
and'   humane    treatment;
which   bas  proved  so eminently  sue-
Totals        10,501,416    124,781,236
Tlte per capita consumption for
EJ09. based' upon an. estimate of the
ii-jpiilation made by itln- census of-
tfee, was approximately 2.599 tons.
This is somewhat less than' the per
.tnpit.i consumption during the rwo
preceding (.ears. .During the past
jvventy-three years, however, tbe consumption haa increased from rhree-
quarters of a ton per head of population in 188C, having doubled in 1000
ind reached'its highest point of H.046
tons in 1907. The consumption iu
Canada is somewhat small when crnn-
CnHumbiaiiw      and      Canadians   pared with, that of tha United States,
i where the  production  lias  readied  a.
ed at night, and every patient .can use
the toiler rooms, drinking water, etc.,
as in the- day time. Throughout my
regime I have atttrmpted to prove the
feasibility and wffcdom
I acute maniacal cases by
of    handling
hyifro-thera-
Well, doctor," said I. "I tfiink Brit i
SUPPLYING   CXDAVEH*,
cessful' in   its   results?"    The   doctor I,
smik��dr���one  off those   reai'   sunshinyj Oueer
smiles-that beans even hyrilropathy fOr���!
curing:  melancttolia.       "Ii am   '~~J���*
cal
indeed
Toronto.
Butmness  of Fumishiiifl   Medi-
Colleges   With   Bodies.
Jan   ;!_Tbe  re/cent  ship-
at
minster, to J. P. H
the 1st day of December
of all and singular that
present,    "I long    ago   ��me to me    conclu
*ion," said'Dr. Dbtierty Its reply noone
of these remarks, "thatt any system
care an �� treatment of tthe de-
^  be successful, must
Public ncrtlce is hereby given to theBUyjieu nun u^..-..       hlgHest order of
electors of rhe City of New Westminr -jtwo miles of wnderdraiita-are in oper-iliuman emotion*;   uur patients repre
! ster that 1 miuire the presunce of thelahon already.   A pumping station hamjsent    nuiny    t ades    and professions.
said electors at the CounoU Chamber, (been erected' on the Ceiuiitann- ritearri Many of themi have enjoyed    a' high.
 ������    ���    fVia'and a tlood-gare in the-Fraser. I financial] social or in rliectuai status,
From the Clinadlsuv Pacifist railway'and  most of them  were   respectable^
surroundt.tr and  responsible clttlMns prior to thei
.-  .uo*  .��&o:����_        Repressive
rake notice that an app Ileai km 1 as
en made to register .1. P.****?
la as the owner in Fee Blmtfe, un-
raTax Sale Deed '��>��M'��J
Assessor of the District of ��e��p 	
Hole, bearing date j ���        ,  ���    Cfl|umbla  Street.,   on
A- D- l902{  9th day of January. 1911, a�� 12 o'clock
ertaln parcel j     tllP purpose of etettng pern
^^^      ~~ Sclioia
land for rilic erection of tlie
temporary-  buildings.       In- 1*17   tin
(clearing work commenced' ih earnest
Five buntfcedl acres are already clear- ; for the care an e trea
led", and    tlie  lowland  is    completely i pendent insane,, to be
;d'yked and uniTerdraiued.    Over forty-,be sustained by the
:' * -���..iovdrB<im; are�� in ouer-iliuman emotion*   On
ment of tbe insane has alreadv been  tbrougbout the Dominion will endorser-	
distinguished hy a success that wow.11 your  view  ���������   K ���    ***-  vm.rluxal of abewt five tons per capital
make  a  defence  iff   hlr  enlightened j courageous
and humane policy  the  impertineiwe      "
of superfluity.
Probably )iupihg�� to be allowed' to
cimtinue bis eighteen hours' worB a
if.ry. the doctor handed' nte a cigar
ami his band. 1' took the cigar. T
then   screwed   mvself   tighter   in   myt ion.
svrtt.    The dbctut-S face dropped, but j ablte to my vi**m.    Last: year
smothering    bis    disappointment-    he        * ' *
genially awaited further examination.
V made    a few  .remarks i* order   to
4hiw him;
ame to  the
glad uo think sueh is the general opitt- Pin6 ��f a human budy to Montreal hns
���  ���    .   . _ w ���.��� foi m-. lied to many in(|tiiri��s as to> the meth-
Facts cerainlv havae heen favor-1 led to many
the
a line
view *3< the farm.
noon,
is ofl*- onset
of  their  disease.      Repressiv
ach as eonflnetaent-  an*
���ty minJ. as in<#
by wlii'Ju dretwed ced��r poms. i= w-i
tained.    Dowm tbe midttlb' is a  Ibbw i measm-es
with air avetwie of trew on either sWb.i punil-Cment- are; to
When   thesir grtiw   larger   tbey    will : feet ive as they are* unjust.    They ace
give 8t very picturesque-effect-to-nh��. morally   an  OUtragt to  helpless   Rtrf-
On   the  highland   beyond   rfite  ferers     medically    unsourad. and    at
not lmve a single case oaTaatinta^aa. outy
oner patient-���an acute alcoholic���attempted it_ but did not succeed,
thuagh be d'��d next da^r from the
shock following bis atcempt to Hang
hitaself. 4T�� had am usually High
percentage-jf recovent�����31 peprcent
ov all ther vases, iiutiliding chronics,
-nd this y g��r I am c.mtfdent of~estab-
c����   more,   satisfactmry   re
lOShtng
"You mt indeed tr be contratulat-
��d," I replied; "I skull know vhare to
tome wdtes journaStoa has cavpleted
what niacure has b'*mtus. Goo*H>ye and
good lmk." A sp��We of eyjtwrtment-
ul entHusiasm beamed in Dr. Doherty's i*yt*, the Bdadow of * coming
event aeemed to fall on ime��� and I
fled:
|-_ J ICU     tu    tin..*..     ...-,	
dill: ods in vogue ln supplying wedlcal col-
' leges wish cadavurs. me saippiy of
bodies, n* schools of mediuflje in Ontario ia-regulated'by the chief inspector of anatomy fbr the province. This,
ofiice is now penfiarmed bj the flrm of
A. Milliard, undiatakeus,.Yongastreet,
Toronto. Inspectors of anatomy are
locatHJ! in evesy county- and city of
OntarSo. Hactty ft. Hanks, Queen
strtuc west, '*��� inspector for alii th��
Torpato war dia. except, seven, where
thla work is; performul by Willian*
Spuwrs.
Mr. Ranks says he.- supplied about
t-waaty-one bodies, t# the Toroato
tawdical cailege this: year,, and tb*
~~* nnmtmr in 190*,   All unclaimed
sttae numtnar in H'n*.
Doilies at Uie morgu* are- turned o.ver
ow- hlm on. order of the chief coroner,
within twenty-four hours after tlfcey
*re founU.   He then- makes every tn-
piace.
heir me add c*w> word c*v Uie ��8n'|jJry for friends or relatives, awt if
r   cttarles  E.  Dfflherty   ite a   >ounS Ji0 is fom^ on tb* person or to the
 iththecetirage, enWuslasmamt ��* (f    hft puS!WB8io-�� realliie
bi��tf with th* sffoct^ ar ^ ^ . q .y ^
threo- hundred  and  fortyeeven  aurej.timjs tatau   aim* i u.u>... ^..,   .
insibg rhe farm are trte huntHsomo I tor/tent lni 11105 1 have endeavored" to   virlliv  of  yonttiv comuum   ��� _^
���   *~-���-i ��H..iit    th. metivds of she    gemral   kee* perceptlam sagacity and self-r*- that am��int
-�� .iwa     ^ man 0f the I in Mount Pleasatttt ������n��tery
layOfUB    lOn.V    I^r     ama*    .,-.	
' feet; and equipped with line Ivry con-1 tie- Insane
necessary, f
the  12tB
of | Is fort y
BlT a
,nch  pell   will
day of Janu-
h**i  two
"vou-ind those claiming tbrougftot I B^"toe peiw^n the d*��i of m
,��� ,     vou ml ..H pe��o��. dg*J and t^gf^fSZl
any Interest  In the *������������������ land b.    *\   nomination,   awl  m
S   S   any   unregistered   ta^jjLrtl   betag
and all persons claiming' any Interest b0 ���,,�� ,ed on ,)aU  (nwnfr
In   the  said   land  by   descent, WboW      y, 1911, at S i. ����� ���.   Ko.  .,
title is not  registered under the Ip     larkson  anJ dure     ��   g ,.,��� ���������,
visions of  Ibe "hand   Ueg 1st      ^     ^ hai 1. KM ^ mmi ., Oviock a.m.
to contest the f^Vg-f^SZu ^HhWixS��?*����^.^tomatlcaHy water��T
ncii-
am-
rife-
)>��d
ae
be  composing rne ihhh mo ...����� 	
,   at  farm bnildftigs.      These are of iftra-  adept     the metlvds  or tsie    go******* t r*o**m. ^m.~-r _.	
>tlc�� mod��rn ccastructiim-.     Tlie hay barn I hoapital' mtiier  flkutv tln-a of ar�� aay-  llam>�� of exp .j-ience.    A man of
"     *��� biundre* and twenty!. h��m.    In  short,  1 think: our duty to   world in  the* best  sens��*i  he  strike*| rate
tie- Insiune  Is   *.r more  than    tender   on*t* at once with  a  su^jjestion of a|no  praflt,
diem  custodial care,    'fhe old strait- dwninant tn<*Mfluallty���intensely alCne' I2-     ,B  tnese  wb��o   ..^   ~r	
n��cket and bov-betl ane- doomed. At , aad' full of * peculiar magnetism aodl��r:l1 *�� *.***-'��� but '**'* h,,<1>' '* removed
least, tliey bare no .lace in my re-' rwwrve power.. Big-fraiaed; blue-eyed .0 the cemetery and buried on daya
gime. and 1 iim glad to say itftat Dr.; t_a fresh-cvntplexioneC. he is a tt* .that graves are being dug. In the
Young, our provincial secretary, has tog advertisement of his views op summer hodiesi ar��, kept from three
nevei- placed any obstacle against the, Jealth, pwservation tnd mind d*vel-1to <*? &**> ****** ���* t,,<4 wi��ter as long
���   -* ~��.,i��vr��.s    fnrUnment.    A man  of rare ability and  as th,ee months.    Before the   holies
uuw, .. ._ At the
of ten dollars: a body he makes
relit,, for tbe grave a (oat- costa
fa  these  eases  hn   special   fun-
ure required
the   tax   purchase
davs from tbe
voyers aiui other mftcbfttery. TTre cattle- barn is 2110 ttet Uaig aind bas ac-
eommodjtion for one hundred and ten
bead of cattle. It ccnt-ato* the latest
sanitary uppliaaces of a ntodetn dairy
barn, sfmllar in design to the famous
barns at Portland, Oregon. Th*
within
tl*. imtm ,.��;;.-1����� ^ff"iftHW��^ s'"""v "*"" ~
default, of a caves
a,l0��� of this notice wo-TOJ. ��� S|-VSS
ilhin   such|.,ny  person   being
    the school  distrlcl.
period, or in uo��.u.v ���  - .       ,,        BUDieot of the '-���--_
registration, you and^W*"^|J* 8yU^rB nml o.he^-ise QUa^hy
^  n tneir own aian.-..   .-.., ,...
municipal school distrlcl I through each shed and connect earh j the fullest 8
*-���' bam with the "silo" fer cut fomented! tendnnts for
titoracter. h�� Is also a man of 1 M* dissected at the school tliey aja
modesty   and   gentuHty   of | k*P( there tfom fo,ir t0 six montha at
Apart free,   his "*wm in I Hast, to awatt pessthle claimants.
sc   a>-! manner.    Apart inm mo  reforms in
to th*; tbe treamwent and cure of the Insane,
'        -    -     :.'***V.m.tr.nL     tsn.
j householder    ��n'
and being a BTit-
M?nsa���brrKis 3��tt��_v��s - -���
food.
������You
sldevnblo
must have encountered   eon-
difllculty  In   clearing   tlie
1 sups;ested.
fortunately amonff our
or three   lumber-
instant    dismissal  <rf employees
brutality    or   Ins-ubordtnatlea of any 1 force of
kind.     Without   strict   dlseiptne   and! singular
authority to discharge
.���. any net of violence
patients, the best superintendent
ever breathed is powerless
any improvement In the sufferers un-itne Kwoiuaig ��_. 	
der his care." dived mto boldly and had a most prof-  *"''',"", ',"  ?f'n��� __ �����   , ��ki��i,   j����
. is__ , n,. i*��Kii   ...^  HaiZmmm���*t,.a ������.��^.   i���   i.m  Medical Council.   He is, 1 think, des-
 1"~ for  itable and  informative    .wtm   in   ita   ... ,        M_   "JL    . w��___i��
 j   ^���to   ���,   ttned to make a big name tor himself
ice to tj**; tne uanmmu ...... 	
dent tb��t  he hasi established a synthetical bu- ., ., ...,,..,.,,
to efTect  reau that ml^ht areuse the envy of the vic^presldent of the British Co-
ferer . un- tbe Recording Angel htmaeff.   Tbis I u,m,,,la Medical assoeiation, and is ex-
.*...* ������, ���rnf aminer in phrenology   to   the B. C.
What measures do you employ tor  uaun, ******  .	
the   prevention   and   cure   of   violent   mass  of  carefully   arranged  data   of   .""Tf "V���YV
-.                             outbreaks among your patients?" cases,   lt is, needless to say, as rteh  '"  *"��� l;)ominion   for young Dr
seventeen tons of      "l am a confirmed believer tn the  tn pychotogtcal interest as It is valu-  "erty ls * Tm    ,lve   ���   ���
month with- efficacy   of   hydro-therapeutic   treat-' able in the study of alienism and men-
"""    ' --' -"""��������> oipctrlcal     The, tal  therapeutics.     Dr. Doherty   ls a
-*--    ~--.*..m.mA   at
one
lished
in "New  Westminster
in   iNew vlce thereof
good and sufficient ser vice ^ ������
Dated at the Land Regstry j
New  Westminster.  Pn vlnce o^
lsh Columbia, this 29th day o
vember, A. D.r 1910- g   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To .lames Hogratb. Robert.McBwan.
Walter Lawrence, -"'' J"lla l!Ul"
of N'ew Westminster the 31st duy of!
December, tfl to.
J. STILWELL CLUTE,
Returning Officer.
e  accident.    Alto-  ment, and of course electrical.      - -, \��^^j_4__, who graduated at
"acres have been | good[effects_��f/Ws^method ^efta^ [^ TrInity rn,versity. Toronto.   For-
and Julia
LAND ACt"nOTICE.
DIs-
N.v, W..��l"t.r \i__22!'
jyKSTsrsf'saSKisi
HATT COOK
iThe Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527 Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 550.
v...    "��^^^^^^^^^^_^_ I   0r'
chard have been prepared, and the
Japanese and landscape gardens are
well advanced toward completion."
"About what will be the cost of the
work when completed?"
"The total cost of the 'chronic'
building for the new asylum wlll be
about four hundred thousand dollars
gether nve nunareu ��������    ���.
cleared    by  the    patients, of whom  ment are becoming more and more ap- me uwiV  v	
some fifty more liave been employed  parent In the hospital each day.   The merly  general  superintendent at the
on the work. Sixteen acres of or- continuous baths have been very efR-j Kootenay and at the Nelson general
-.�� -_.j ">��-l dent ln reducing motor restlessness, hospitals, he became assistant super-
and have excited very beneficial re- Intendent of the provincial asylum at
flex Influences ln states of anxiety and | New Westminster in 1902, and was
depression. You would be surprised made superintendent tn 1005. Within
to see how quickly excited patients a year of his almlnlstratton���thanks
become accustomed to the water and. to tbo initiative and high-spirited sup-
quiet gradually into a peaceful sleep, port of Premier McBride and his col-
Last year we administered���(he con-1 leagues���he was provided with the
...na,*   n   mpmnrandum)���three thou-1 necessary funds to start the work of
The farm itself will cost ahout fifty I suited   a   memorandum)���tnree wvu-iuw., ,   .
The entire cost has been  sand  four  bundre 1  nnd eighty-seven] clearing tbe site at Coquitlam,where
.      ��.,n  Koti.a   tivB hundred   thou-  he has established the novel farm col-
thousand.    ...��� 	
undertaken by the government, and
while I wish to express my sense of
admiration at their munificence and
warm full baths, live  nunareu   muu-  ,.<= ..����	
sand one hundred and fourteen ralnjony  for the  hospital  patients.      Dr.
and needle shower baths, eighty-four i Doherty has the distinction of being I
Westminster
Transfer Co.
������lllce Thone lift.     Barn 'Pfcone in
Columbia atreet.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   _���
any part ot tke etty.
light and Heavy Hauling
OPFICt���TPAM OBPOT.
IT PAYS Tw AOVERTI8E
���HE DAILY NEWS. j.
I
���r ���.*-:>.-.-.' .K*Nv��t��.>rt��- V*Sil��Rft��*j8l!
PA OK!  FIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY   4,   19n.
Brass
Goods
See our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what you are looking
for. You should certainly see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before buying elsewhere.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
Opening date for Winter
Term, January 3
It will pay any young man
or young lady to attend
this school which is acknowledged as the school of
superiority in business training.
For particulars apply to���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
We thank our many
customers for their patronage during the year,
and extend to all the
Season's Greetings.
Tbe annual meeting of the Local
Council of Women takes place In the
Knights of Pythias hall on January 9.
The plumbing firm of McMurphy &
Craig lias dissolved partnership.
The case of Ueorgo Marshall,
charged with wounding' a man at
Hope some time ago, will be heard in
the court- house ibis morning.
��� 0. Alers liijikey '& Co., of Vernon,
are advertising the plain oi the Crj'S'
lal Glass factory, near Hie llruuettc
mills, for lease.
Bishop de I'encier ento/tained the
members of Holy Trinity chinch choir
and a number of other friends at. the
See bouse on  Mini,lay evening.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.    Phone 310. **
B. II. Sands, of the .11 nn of White,
Shiles & Co., is aga'n able to attend
to business after having been laid u.i
for several weeks.
At last night's council meeting-, a
letter was read from (lie board of
llie Koyal Columbian hospital return
ing thanks for the city's Christmas
_ift of $100.
Deputy Commander C. S. Keith and
Major Ceorge Adams yesterday evening attended a meeting of Xo. 1 Canton of the Patriarchs Militant, I. O.
O. K1., of Vancouver.
The death occurred yesterday of
Thomas Walmsley, of Sapperton. The
funeral will be held this afternoon at
2:30 from the residence of Alexander
Moore, 112 Second street.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Betsy
Deas Anderson, wbo die.l in Vancouver on Monday, will take place to tlie
Odd Fellows' cemetery here on Thursday.
Davies Green Houses ls the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
'iinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
Xews was received yesterday from
A. Hardman, who was recently called
to Los Angeles by the serious illness
of his wife, that Mrs. Hardman was
now progressing satisfactorily.
.7. W. Weart, candidate for the
reevesliip of the municipality of
Burnaiiy, and the candidates for
councillors supporting bis policy, will
address a public meeting in the
Burnaby municipal hall at eight
o'clock tomorrow evening.
Wood, wood, wood. Order your
wood at the Walsh Sash and Dcor
company and you will get it within an
hour from the time your order is received.    Plione 413. **
The number of boats which passed
llie draw of lhe Lulu Island bridge
last montli was 243.
The annual Sunday school entertainment of Holy Trinity church will
be held on Tuesday, January 17.
For Delia acreage, large and small,
priced right, see Keid. Curtis ii Dor-
igan, Veil Columbia street. **
The il. C E. K. slatted yesterday
to run cars on the south side of Columbia street. Although this portion
of the track lias been completed for
some time, cars had not been run
on il.
Constable 0. J. Wilkie. of tlie provincial force, returned last night from
Cliilliwack, where he has heen in
connection with the case of Frederick
Mullen, a young man charge I with
'passing forged cheques to the amount
of about $111011. Mullen's case will
come up here on Friday.
Tlie funeral of the late Mrs. Lena
Sullivan, who died yesterday, will
take place at 10:30 on Thursday
morning from St. Peter's cathedral to
the Roman Catholic cemetery. Mrs.
Sullivan is survived by her husband,
Henry Sullivan, of Surrey, and four
children.
in
We have been
business about thirty
year's. It might interest you to know
tbat tbis bas been tbe
best year in our history.
We shall continue
to give the public our]
best     service     and
solicit a continuance
_of your patronage.
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;   L.  D. 71;   Res. 72.
How About
That Dress Suit ?
Too   Small   for  You   Now?   '
Yes, 1 thought so. Well, it
has served Its day. Get a new
one. It will be good for another ���
ten years. Altcbison has all
the latest ideas from both sides
of the Atlantic. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual advantage.
Tbe relative merits of three racss
Inhabiting the Britisli Isles were the
subject of a hot debate in St. Andrew's Guild meeting last night. About
fifteen speakers were heard, and the
judges were unable to come to any
decision.
Found, at the Walsh Sash and Door
company, tie be^t kind of wood; delivered to your home one hour aftar
you  have  put in  your order.    Phone
413. **
Burnaby court rf revision sat yesterday morning and evening, and will
conclude today. So far about twenty
names lune been added to the ioil
and none struck off. with the exception of a few repeats.
Try   our   wood.     Walsh    Sash
Door company.    Phone 413.
and
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
for the Holiday Trade
All Prices.       All Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.    441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, "B.C.
A sketch lecture on work In the
Yukon will lie given in St. Stephens
Presbyterian church at eight o'clock
this evening by Rev. George Pringle.
A collection will be taken up, the
proceeds being applied to the Ladies
Aid manse fund.
On tlie way down fi:om Cliilliwack
yesterday afternoon tlie C. P. It
steamer Beaver broke a shaft. 'I'll';
accident will necessitate tlie laying
up of tlie steamer until Monday, in
tbe meantime there will be no C. 1'
K.  up-river service.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call tlie B. ('. Messenger, day or night, any time, and he
will come to your aid.   Phone 7G1. **
Urged by numerous fi lends to again
become a candidate for aldermanic
honors, George Adams is seriously
considering the advisability of allowing his name to be printed on the
ballot purer to be used at tbo forth
coming election. Mr. Adams will
reacli a definite decision within the
next few days.
At the close of the year ID 10 six
hundred and eighteen patients were
under treatment at tbe provincial asylum for tlie insane. The details are
us follows: In the hospital at tlie
beginning of the month, 420 males,
i(!7 females; admittei during tho
montli, 13 males, f> females; discharged on probation, 8 males, 3 females; discharged at expiry of proba
tion, 73 males, 14 females; ded, 2
males, 1 female; escaped, ] male; in
;he hospital at the close of the month,
127 males, 168 females; on probation
it the close of the month, IB males, 8
females; total under treatment at tli'
.dose of the month, 412 males, 170 fc
males.
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 customers
to take advantage
before the rush
commences.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Watch for particulars
of
our
Big Alteration
SALE
COMMENCING
Friday Morning, January
6th, 1911
Everything in the Store will be on Sale
 ���   NO   RESERVE   	
In a few days the workmen will be busy
tearing away walls, floors and our store
front.   We must turn our heavy stock
into  money,
possible  to
alterations.
We need all the  space
allow  us to carry on the
Watch for Circulars and  Newspaper
Advertisements.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
m
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve         (i.UOO.OOO
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout tbe Island, also in
Porto Kico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK und LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns aud
Cities in the World.
These   excellent    connections
afford every banking  facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
New Westminster, B. C.
1911
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GREETINGS
To Our Old and New
1911
Clients
SEE OUR WINDOW
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527  Front St.,  New Westminster.
Phone 550.
Wish
their numerous clients at home and abroad,
the old but ever green wish
"A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR"
AND   MANY  OF THEM.
Vancouver     -     Victoria     -     Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
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I wish you all a
Happy and
Prosperous
New Year
Thanking you for pasl
favors, trusting to have a
continuance of your custom,
make  1911  a record year.
;PIANOS, $275 UP THIS WEEK   f<��| *> {,-���>   fr*'      i'
J. H. TODD'S Music House
419 Columbia Street Phone 694
OPEN    EVENINGS
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
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