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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
60-8 .union .>.\||i,|st...-\
VOi.tiviK 6, NUMBER 290.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATl'RDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1911.
PRICK  FIVE  CENTS.
COUNCIL OF 1910
NOW DEAD AND GONE
Old Aldermen Step Out of
Office And Newly Elected
Men Take Charge.
last   moot-
trans-
a lew
lo
CARPtMER FOLLOW!!!
THIEVES' 10 TIIIS CUT
Man
F.'obbed    of    Gold    Watch    and
Money Traces Culprits from Vancouver, Then Loses Them.
The old  council  held  its
ing and the new council its lirst meeting at five o'clock    yesterday   afternoon,    There was practically no business transacted.
Alderman Gilley submitted a repoit
of some slight trouble thai had arisen
in the Bre ball between the men. it
will be deall with when the new Ore
committee is formed. Alderman Jardine stilted thai the Superintendent
of works would give a reporl ii the
council so the new chairman of that
board would know where to st:irl, and
on the motion of Alderman Bryson
the Municipal Construction company were ordered to be paid $8673.76
on an estimate submitted by the city
engineer.
That was all the husiness
acted and then Mayor Lee in
valedictory   remarks   bid   farewell
the retiring members of the old council. His words were of the steretoype I
variety for occasions of the sort.
There had heen differences, but there
had also heen times of harmony and
he vvas sorry to see the aldermen
leave. He was glad that several of
the old members were still left in the
council.
New Members Sworn In.
The retiring members Of the old
council, Aldermen Smith, Welsh, Gil-
Icy and Jardine then left their seats
and the new aldermen were sworn in.
The only matter dealt with by them
was the heating of the building, which
\hlerman Johnston stated was anything but satisfactory, not on account
ol the Janitor, bul because the furnace was defective. Alderman Graj
moved that the matter he left In the
hands of Aldermen Johnston and Hry-
in and Alderman Campbell rose
���   ���  occasion and seconded the motion.
Alderman Lynch performed his Oral
ic aci by seconding the motion t i
��� i ira.
Changes   in   the   Seats.
The change In the personnel of the
lard resulted in a -rearrangement of
. seats Alderman Cray is the only
tan who*occupies l��l��V>ld chair.    i'e
I. 11 on the left of the mayor. Alder-
pian Johnston is accommodated with
(' \ Welsh's bid chair next the re-
po    rs' table.
Alderman  Bryson sits in .1. Carter
Imlth's chair.    Alderman Henley (ill-;
(the Beat   occupied   last year  by  the
chairman   of the    water   committee.
Uderman Gilley's seat  in the centre
of tin   circle    is taken    by  Alderman
[Campbell   and   Alderman   Dodd   sits
[nexl to him, iu the Beal occupied last
[year by   Alderman  .lohnston.    Alder-
[man  Lynch  sits  between    Alderman
Dodd and Alderman Cray in the seat
occupied last year by J. n. Jardine.
The nexl meeting vvill nol be held
until Wednesday night. Mayor Lee
explained thai he would be absent
from the city on Monday and as theie (
was no particularly important busi-1
ness t:> come up he thought it might
he  left  over  until   Wednesday. *
Richard At hey, a carpenter of this
city, reported to the pollce last nlghl
Hint be had been robbed of a sum of
money and a gold watch while in
Vancouver earlier in the evening.
He stated that be hail traced the
two culprits to New Westminster, but.
on  leaving the car had  lost sight    of
them.
The police Investigated Into the
affair, but no arrests were made last
night.
WINTER WEATHER
IS LINGERING HERE
Mercury Flirts   With   Zero
Mark���River  Channel
Field of Ice.
is
PERIODICAL   PUBLISHERS
COMPLIMENTED  BY  CLARK
N'ew Vork, Jan. 13,���Representative
Champ Clark, probable speaker of the
next house, told the Periodical Publishers of America last night at their
annual dinner that he approved of
them.
"1 believe the editors and publishers
of magazines are the greatest educators of our times," he said.
A long list of guests attended,
among I hem being: Theodore Roosevelt, Richard A. Ballinger, Capt. Robert E. Peary, Senator A. J. Beve-
ridge, Edward Bok, Pete Finley
Dunne. Samuel G. Wythe. Andrew
Carnegie, Mayor Oaynor, Norman
Hun good, Richard Harding Davis, Irving pacheller and Charles Dana
Gibson.
DEFUNCT   BANK   TO    PAY
16    PER   CENT   DIVIDEND
The cold snap continues, and the
thermometer was again down to zero
last night, according to unofficial advices to the News. There is a lot of
drift Ice in the river opposite the
city, and although the ship channel
wiis clear up till last, night, there la
every probability thai it too may
freeze over if the cold does not abate.
Coal  Shortage in Sight.
In that event there is a possibility
of a coal famine in the city, and
prices may shoot up to a record
height ;is a result of the expense attached to bringing it into the city via
Vancouver aud the B. C, E, R. Already
some of the merchants in town see a
shortage in sight, owing to tlie fact
that the sudden excessive demand i
was (|tiite unlooked for, and in a num
ber of cases, when Mr. Householder
telephones for another ton of coal,
right away quick, he is informed thut
half a ton Is the most, he can get.
The cold snap being general, the
effects of the Increased demand are,
of course, felt at the pit heads, and
in addition, it is found Impossible to
produce in the quantities that are
turned out in normal weather. The
consequence is that no coal boats
have arrived  from   Nanaimo    in    the
REEVE SULLIVAN
ADDRESSES MEETING
Candidate For Re-election in
Surrey Tells of Good Work
Done in 1910.
A meeting of the ratepayers of
ward two, Surrey, w;:s held In Rig-
gar's hall last ni^ht, John Wise presiding.
Reeve J, T. Sullivan submitted the
balance sheet for Ihe vear. which
showed the expenditure on the wards
as follows: Ward one, $4624; ward
Two. $5464; ward three, $1111; ward
four,  ST'.iL'i::   ward    live,    $4:105.    The
LIGHT INCH CHUB GETS      SCHOOL TRUSTEES
FOOL Of WATER METER       m yp mm
Wandering     Fish     Ends  Adventurous
Career at Royal City Mills Liquid
I
Measuring   Machine.
I
A lish about eight inches long
wandered into the water meter at the
Royal City mills yesterday morning
and the plant had to practically shut
down for want of water lor an hour
or two until tlie trouble was adjusted.
Tlie   fish    was   a   chub   and    vvas
Erroneous Impression Seems
to Prevail That Reporters
Prefer Closed Meetings.
The   final   meeting  of  the  retiring
Bchool board was held yesterday evening, when the minutes of the last five*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ or H meetings were read and ndopt-
brought  to the city hall by Alderman   ed, a certain amount of routine busi-
Gray, just  to make good his yarn in   ness transacted and the
ease anyone thought he was telling a
lish story. ;
The erring stranger Was given to
Edward Hoult, who in turn fed it ta
the clty hall cat. Speaking from the
cat's standpoint it Is an ill-wind that
and I blows nobody goot
How
pipe is
the   lish   gol   into  the   water
;i mystery, as it ls almost the declaration, signed before a justice of
first time that such a tiling lias hup- the peace, except John Reid, who will
pened since Westminster   commenced bring in the      ~" " '
using the Coquitlam water.
NANAIMO JAIL   TO
BE   OPENED
AGAIN
government's grants of $1300
$3300 vfete applied to even the expenditure on the wards as much as
possible, so as to avoid Any objection
of unduly favoring one more than another. They had spent $H!1 on building a powder magazine and they
saved that much on powder. His opponent, 11. T. Thrift, spoke ahout trips
they had to the Union of Municipal! ,
ties at Salmon Arm and to Victoria. Nanaimo, Jan. LL���The Provincial
The latter delegation was to interview j Jail, after being closed for several
the government at the beginning of i years, is to he opened out again in a
the year to get money to help them couple of weeks. This step the gov-
out in Surrey. Thev had employed a eminent has found it absolutely nec-
road superintendent with excellent re j essary to take, as there is no longer
suits and they kept him at work, as j accommodation in either of the jails
long as possible. He had to look after I at Westminster or Victoria. Major
a good  deal  of  government work as! Mutter, the chief warder at Victoria.
   ���^._ v. school  board
affairs of 1910 wound up, after wbicli
Trustee Loree formally left the
board.
The new members of the board. L.
Thornber, John Peck ire-elected).
John Reid, Mrs. G. B. Cross mid K.
A. Stoney, then took their Beats, all
being     ready     with     the     necessary
j well,    ln ward three, it was said, he
! did  not look after the work so well
Fairbanks, Jan. 13.���The receiver
of the Washington-Alaska bank, an
nounced today that it 16 per cent dividend would be paid creditors Janu
ary  16.
The statement says that from pres
ent   indications   depositors   will   eventually receive 70 cents on the dollar,
t0! and possibly tis much as 90 cents.
Some local merchants are extendin j
credit to needy depositors to the extent of 50 per cent of their deposits
in  the defunct  hank.
When the bank closed its deposits
were approximately $100,000.
Five   Bodies   in   the   Ruins.
Connsellsviile.      Pa.,      Jan.      IM.���
I When   Bremen   early    today    ceased
searching the ruins of the   McCrory
i store, destroyed  by  an  explosion  and
fire here yesterday, they -lei ided that
the   five   bodies   tliey   had   discovered
were all the debris contained.
hist  two  days,  and  should  the  Soutn
Arm freeze, ihe result may be rather |
serious  to    coal    consumers    in    the ,
city.
The North Arm of the Fraser is already solid, and some skating Is re-1
l.mted. imt not much, as tiie Burface
is not good, and there aie patches of
snow on it. The snow has spoile 1 the
skating on most cf the local ponds,
and Uurnaby lake is haruly safe yet,
although today in alt probability
some of the bolder spirits vvill venture.
Fraser  Mills Closed.
Yesterday  the  Fraser  River    mills
shut   down  iu   most   of  the r dei art-
ments owing to the intense cold. The
planing mill is still working, cleaning i.
| up a  few  odds and ends, but  should ',armer
tbere be no change in    the    temperature,  it   too  will   follow  suit.
Danger   in  Coasting.
Brunette  Mills  have  been  partially
���dosed down for some time, owing to
and v'r>o- I
as   in   other   wards.     The   reason   for
that  was  that  there  was  little  con-!
Btruction  work  theie,    heing    mostly
straight    gravelling    and    there   was
little  need  for  his  presence.    At the
nomination   meeting  there  was  a  lot       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� of criticism, some, indeed, he thought i 	
I unjustified  and   which  surprised  him. i MEAT   PACKERS   CANNOT
is up today looking over the buildin_
with a view to having it thoroughly
overhauled, and it is expected that in
a couple of weeks the jail will be
ready to receive prisoners. The position of chief warden has heen given
to Mr. Hunter, head jailer of Victoria
jail.
official    paper    at the
next meeting.
T. .1. Trapp was re-elected chairman
for 1911.
It was decided to form committees
on school management, finance, buildings and grounds, hygiene, and supplies. The heads of tliose committees
will be appointed next week.
The question of open meetings was
discussed  freely    and    fully,    lt  was
found   that  the  press  representatives
, had never been excluded from school
: board meetings except when personal
; matters  were  being    discussed,    aud
I furthermore, that it was the desire of
the   reporters   that   the   secretary   oC
the  board  should  supply    them  will*
the  reports  of  the  meetings.
The next meeting of the hoard will
be held on  Monday  evening.
In the llrst place Mr. Thrift questioned his right to the designation of
farmer. I'e considered his claim to
that occupation was correct. He and
his partner were spending lots of
money farming, not deriving much
i from it at piesent. but they were
I erecting fine buildings and breaking
j tlieir lands preparatory to cultivation
! as fast as they could. He. theref:ire.
I sought the reeveship of Surrey as
ESCAPE     PROSECUTION
Chicago. Jan. 13.���Judge George A.
Carpenter, in the l'nited States district court, today defied the motion
of the indicted meat packers that
criminal prosecution against tbem he
forbidden. Their plea male on tlie
premise that if they were guilty cf
conspiracy to lestrain trade they
then   were   violating    Circuit    Judge
STEEL CLAD STEAMER
COMING TO BREAK ICE
to   a i ������^^^^^_
      Mr.   Thrift    boosted    about j Grosscup's injunction of several years
; having $80,000 in the bank. He had.a.o against such a practice. Con-
no doubt he had. but he did not care tempt proceedings, argued the packer.;
if he had a niiUior. That cut no were the proper method of attack by
figure for the reeveship. All the harm   the government.
he  wished   him  in  that   respect   was'	
that   they  might   borrow  some of  it.
Mr. Sullivan said Mr. Thrift criticiz-
The gist of the above re; o t was
supplied to the News by Seeietary
Robert Lennle last night.
That the school  board has  not in
the past heen opposed to the presence
of reporters is news to the newspapermen.    Secretary Lennie was re (uesteil
to furnish accounts of the meetings to
the   newspapers;   this   was   the  only-
way in which a statement of the proceedings could be secured in time for
the  morning  paper.    Mr.  Lennie  has
been conscientious and painstaking tn
his effort to assist the newspaper reporters, but the assumption that   the
reporters prefer not    to    attend    the
meetings  of the  school boar 1  is not
in accordance with the facts.
The reporters will attend Monday's
meeting of the board.
the breaking of the carriage, and yes
terday  practically all activity ceased;   _���"-������ ~~ ���      ,     , .    ._ .
there;  with    the    exception    of    the i ed the slowness of development; Jhat
planing mill, blacksmith shop, etc.
Sleighing  is popular, too much so,
judging  by  t'ie  language heard  from
they hiid not sufficient energy. They
were doing all they could with the resources at their disposal.   He sneered
B.   Lusby    and    George     Kennedy
Make  Arrangements to  Secure
Open  River Channel.
Judging  by  the  language  heard  from I   _"*'""," "." "" " ,  ,
some sinne-s who have attempted' to i ,at "'f1'' -��*nM>' t<} ?alB,��a ��rm meet-
stand In all ; ?rv places, In this con-1 *}'" of Municipal I mens These meet-
nectlon a warning is issued to smai, j |ngs were the greatest educative force
in municipal affairs they had at   the
STEEL CITY SITF HILL
MANY ATTEND.
BE CLEARED VERY SOON
I in municipal affairs they had at    tho
m.m.    It made them conversant with  municipal  laws and amendments as no other means    could.    It
hoys   who  insist   on   using  hills  run-,
ning down to Columbia street for this ' I1Icsent time
purpose.    That there is great danger
in  this .practice  was    illustrated    in.mc'"_ "�� ";. ~v"~;  ~; . ._ ,
Sapperton last evening, when a vouth, I ���st  *60'  which  sim"lj' cover.ed traln
a hob    sleigh, and a
FIRE   YESTERDAY.
Ben    Kennedy's     Residence     Singed
When Blaze Starts in Garret. ���....,.   =    -
Fire broke out  yesterday afternoon ] ,he ooia spell should    be    prolonged,
in a house occupied bv   it   h
The recent Teavy snow flurry com
bined with tlie present cold snap hav
lng caused more or less floating Ue
in the river, suggesting the possibility |
of navigation being Interfered with if
Kennedy,
situated at the corner of St. Andrews
and Eighth streets, and fire brigades
from No. 1 and No, 2 halls were
turned out. The flre had apparently
started in the garret, and when the
firemen arrived on tlie scene it was
hi caking out through the roof. A
small hose was attached to the large
one and taken Into th.e garret, when
'' ThSi^U' SS? to the j Dominio,.-resident- engineo,    wjTB
Volf lJBR Zosi completely de   A Boyfl.14, Superintendent of d. dg -
Itroyed, and only one wall In the   * with tf__ view of      ��    - SO,
terlor of the  house  suffered at  all.  ur ier conl ro  of the m tone
The house, however, is rendered VOfc. partmenl detail* d fdu tyo     the
Inhabitable  meantime,  on  accyu.t  of   Kraser in    ttSjWj* -J^Sd no
the condition of the roof. | floes "moving on   so thej should
C, C. Dunn Is the    owner    of    the,
was considered sufficient ground hy
L. P.. Lusby, president of the hoard
Of trade, and George Kennedy, presl
dent of the Liberal association, for
the taking of precautionary and preventive measures yesterday.
Accordingly these gentlemen made
it their business early yesterday afternoon, to interview   0*   -v-   Keefer.
_ ���     . street   car pro
vlded an ��. citing moment for the
passersby. The sleigh shot across
the track just in front of the car,
i and stopped against the further rail,
the youth rolled off. and the car
brushed the sleigh aside as it sped
on with almost undiminished speed,
the motorman not having had time
to slow down until the danger wa3
over.
fares and living expenses for two
delegates.
Mr. Marshall���Does that represent
time lost. Mr. Sullivan ?
Mr. Sullivan���Nothing like that. I
would not think of charging anything
of that sort.
Land    Purchased    for    Big
Across River Will Be Placed on
Market This Spring.
Census Drawn Up of Sunday Scholars
in   Coal  "City.
Nanaimo,  Jan.   13.���The   result   of
I the Sunday school census which waa
| recently taken  in  the city  bas  been
Industry   made   oul   in   tabular   form    and   the
'figures   aie   rather   interesting.     According   to   the   census   takers   there
are in ike city 192| children of eighteen years of are and under, and of
this   number  !M'0  are  attending  Suu-
I day school, a preeentage of 51.35. The
beeu I statement shows that of 679 children
Auto Victim Dies.
Calgary.   Jan.    If.���John G. Sayre
who was injured In an automobile accident In the First street subway last
week, died today.
ERASER MILLS WILL BL
SCENE Of BOXING MATCH
Official    announcement    has    uvwiiuuoiuw. ���,.���..^   -- ���
made by William Price, of Seattle, j whose parents declared themselves as
general manager of the Western Steel j Methodists, 419 are attending tne
corporation, that work on the con-! Sunday school or over Gl rer cent.
struction of a $500,000 steel i lant is The figures for the Presbyterian
to he commenced on the property se-, church are -.75, of which number ��>
 ��� ,    ,    ,_.,,��� I cured foi; that    corporation    opposite: or 50 per cent are attending scliool.
Proceeding, the roe e  took up tl.e  c rea   ��^nd some weeks ago by aim the came way the figures for the
matter of the Great Northern ra Iway ( AmmfflT���*��� h     Robe,t, jst t.hurch ale .9, with 63, cr 5*
contract on the White Rock road and j gJJJ*"' Kennedy : per cent attending: for the churctt of
M!
be ahle to coalesce mil form a tem
porary obstacle to tree navigation he
building, wbicli in rented hy Mr, Kennedy.
MRS.   MORSE   IS   STILL
BUSY   FOR  HUSBAND
Washington. Jan. 13.���Mrs. Charles
W. Morse had a conference with
Senator Hale today and called at the
denartmenl or justice to urge early , n uuiuB ""-^-yVrlna her up the
action on her plea for her husband's j meet herrtere jind,���Vi/.U6Ured
pardon. *       .   .
Mrs. Morse left the Impression tnat
she would he satisfied If a commutation of the banker's sentence could be
secured.
Reports fronl the Atlanta penitentiary state that Morse's health io
much better than It was a few weeks
P'.'O.
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Awful Snow Storm.
Fernie, Jan. 13.���The worst
snow storm In tlie history of
the Crow's Nest Pass Is still
ni).ing with the temperature
twenty degrees below zeio. Relief parties leaving here today
wlll curry assistance^ and supplies to anv who may be found
in need of It. All trains are
tied up and traffic is completely demoralized.
tween New Westminster and the sea.
As a result of these Interviews, Mr.
Ray field wired yesterday afternoon to
Victoria, ordering the Petrel, a stout
steel clad  craft, to get under  steam
at once for New Westminster.    It Is
expected  that  the  Petrel  will  arrive
at Steveston about one o'clock today,
It being Mr. Bayfield's   intention   to
^^^^^^     ere and br._^^^^^^^^
river to this city. When he is assured
by personal Inspection of the river being perfectly safe for tbe dredge King
Edward to be brought here, Mr. Ray-
field will have the Petrel return In   a
few days nnd convoy the dredge over
from Vancouver Island to do a   few
weeks'  work  pumping sand  from    a
bar near South Westminster Into the
R. C. K. R. ear shops site on the south
side, just   below    the   bridge,   after
which, if weather conditions are favor
uble, the King Fdward will probably
commence    dredging    work    on    tbe
North Arm.
Mr. Hay fleld was In charge for some
Spider Kelly, of Oakland,    Cal.,    and
Thompson,  Local  Fistic  Artist,
Will Mix on Monday.
  �����.'���    - - i _    ,. o,._"____________________________       I England   there   are  409   witli  ---   ���
present time it was In the hands cf. Bioa>�������� f        , works across ' tending, or 41 per cent;  for the Ro-
U,eir solicitors to force the company      The ����*���� �� "      ed    jn    the��e  man Catholic> 94, with 40, or 41   pei
to fulfil their agreement. I, ohimns some time ago, means    the  cent  attending,  for other   denonitaa-
���reeled the reeve on [columns some ume^ g .^ ^^ .^.^ m wlth S9 attending, or 40 per
eomprtoes 200   acres, with 9000 feet���' complete  the  ^tendance  at   Sunday
of water frontage.    The works along  school, for there a.e man �� ��������
will occupy about three hundred acres,  teen  years  of  age WM  �������
Sh2000 Veet water frontage I who do not figure U *��*��        fo_
I&BS&   of   the   Western   Bteel gj^jyj- ������ "JS"
subdivided as scon as possible, aterjChUMh in   ��>��> llt> ��   * Ule B. C.
which it will he Placed on   he market and 24.   ^ */   .^. * �� pl.eseut.
No  portion   or  the  townsite   wll   be  western secretary, Wiu i_
sold for some time, but acreage in the
Loud applause      ^^^^^^^^^
liis resuming his seat.
Mr. Thrift, in a short speech, asked
for support on general grounds.
STORK PATS VISIT TO
MRS. UDAY HAM JOSHI
Hindu Child Born  in St. Mary's Hospital���Event Is Rare in This
Province.
sold for some time, mu ueic.\fic ... ....
vicinity Is to he placed on the market  VESSEL   STRUCK
   '���"  ,v"��    fl'm    of SLEEPING   WHALE
A boxing match which is arousing
considerable interest in tbe city will
be pulled ott at Fraser Mills on Monday night between Jack Thompson,
of New Westminster, and Spider
Kelly, a fighter who gives his address as Oakland, California.
Tbe bout wlll take place about 8:110.
Rel'ore it conies on Kid Watson and
Slim Douglas, of this city, will spar a
few preliminary rounds.
Thompson is 26 years of ai'e and
weighs U*2 pounds. The stranger Is
five pounds lighter and three years
younger and the light ought to be extremely interesting.
in the near future by the       m
Kennedy    Brothers,    who    will    also,
handle the bigger   proposition   when
^  Port Townsend, Jan. 13.���On a re-
the time arrives. I cent   trip   tile   steamer   Bellingham,
It is the intention later    to   erect piving between Seattle and Neah Bay,
blast furnaces for the production   ef collided with a ��i<��i* off Pillow PclnL
*^-*iB^a��i__^ �����___=
Prominent Man Dead.
Moosomin,    Sask.. Jan. 13.-
The wife of Vday Ram .Tosht, the
Hindu storekeeper at Millside, gave
birth to a male child In St.    Mary's
hospital on Thursday night. ^	
Mrs. Uday Ram Joshl has the dls-|l000 tons of pig-iron per    uay,   u��   ,,le UUUVBVJV ���	
Unction of being one of the few bona' open hearth furnaces to put the pig- motion was great. ��As the steamer
fide Hindu women in British Colum- iron Into finished steel, making pipe,: W118 pushing the whale through the
bia. It Is supposed there are several rails, tinplate and structural iron, water, the levlathlan lashed the wa-
masquerading as men nnd working In I Later a by-product plant in connection jevs tnt0 f0am, flooding the forward
sawmills in different parts of the coun-1 with the manufacture cf coke will be! fleck with spray.
try, but that ls all mere supposition, (established. This plant, Mr. Price) The night was dark and thick, and
Both mother and child are reported said would produce ammonia, \ Captain Kalstrom says the animal
to be doing well. ! gas  and   also  tar  suitable   for  com-' niust have heen asleep when it was
Although the doctor who attende I .mercial use. The ultimate expenditure j struck,   it was several minutes hefora
the lady asserts that yesterday's ad-  in connection with th.e operations of; i* freed itself from the vessel..
dition to tlie population Is the   only  the Western Steel corporation on the I _	
Hindu child horn here, the correctness  Fraser liver, be said, would amount|  ^^^^^^^^^^
of that is not by any menus certain,, to $5,000,000. ��������������������������������������� ��� ���>��� 4>
for a story is    told    of how    a    few i     "It   will  be  the pol'cy cf the ccm   **, ^k********9^^^^^^aW      *-*
ivir. imiiic...	
time of the work of keeping the Ice
In Montreal's harbor broken up. What
ho does not know about dredging and
lce-hreaklng is hardly worth knowing,
and smiles* at, the comparative eWl l's
���ar play of keeping the baby Ice that oe-
���) cat*lonally plays    hide-and-go-seek    in
��� New  Westminster's spacious    harbor
��� 'from  Interfering even  for  a  day  or
������������������������������������������������
two with free navigation to the sou.
|l|IHI.->Wllllll, ���_.....-...,
Henry Smith, B.A., ex-prlncipal of the
public schools, and until recently
editor of the Spectator, died today of
typhoid fever. He was a member of
the Saskatchewan senate and a
prominent Mason, Odd Fellow and
Orangeman.
Bleasdell  Mayor of Fernie.
Fernie,   Jan.    13.���A. W. Bleasdell
was  elected   mayor today  by  a  ma-
I Jority of fourteen.
I ior a ��wij   ���=    ������-    ���  -.- , i���.���n iWlnred Mr. Price, "to supply
Arthur years ago one of the Hindu -^J^P^S^ from 1 a^nchln
at one of the mills in the city
tak ^^ ' "
"man ^^^
subsequently born, nowvmi, mc ����.. ,--.--
of this case are not   by anj{   means      He went on to state
certain.    Tbe secretive habits of the  pany possessed large Iron depaslt.; in
Hindu are almost, as  great as those j the Queen Charlotte    group    at    the
of the Chinese, and it is hard to get, '���""�����������  *>r\,i  of Vancouver Is
one of the mills In the city   wui.um y����..n	
ten ill. Then it was fotjnd that the British Columhla and as the demand
ian" was a woman, and a child was in this province is also very large wc
bsenuently born. However, the facts j hope for a good trade."
i-r. ...ant nn tn state that the c. in
at the real facts of such cases
About two years ago another Hindu
"workman" was delivered of a child
. in Revelstoke.
^^^^^^^^^ at   tbe
north end of Vancouver Island, nnd
also at Barclay Sound. Coal land was
cwne.l on Graham Bland and the
company controlled 50.Q00.lH 0 tons of
coking coal at As'.iford, Was' .
Ultimatum.
Winnipeg, Jan. 13. ��� Tf-��j
board of control today served
an ultimatum on the steet railway to tbe effect that unless
the street car servi?e on certain routes were not Imnvovad
by Monday, tho clause lh tlie
charter enforcing a flne of $10
a day on each route would be
enforced.
;��������������������������������������������� THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14
1911.
Wants
WANTED.
**_____ ��� TO    BC*    TKAM    OF
horses, weight from -SOO to 3200
pounds: give description and best
casli price to Walsh Sash ajid Door
Factory, City.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Rqal  Estate.
Oolumbia Street.   > New Westminster.
66-FOOT lots in choice sub-division at
Port Maun;   HiO, easy terms.
TEN   ACRES   in
ter,-section 36
per acre.
S.Oii
southwest.
Township
terms.
MORE DOUKHOBORS
COMING TO B. C.
I SAYS  BOURASSA    IS
A   CANADIAN
paAnel'l
WANTED���BY GOOD NEElrt.EWO-
MVN, work-by the day or week.
Apply Box E . SS.. Daily News ofiice.
WANTED���BEFORE Oii ON THK
10th of February, 5 or T-roomed
modern house. Careful tenants, no
children. Apply Box 9, Daily News
office.
WANTED���BY   AN   EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, work by the
day. Apply Miss McLean, 411
Tenth street.	
WANTED���BY  YOUNG LADY, GEN
eral housework. Apply box 4, Daily
News otlice. 	
OWNERS, we can sell or rent your
properties if right. Send particulars: satisfaction to all guaranteed.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real   Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
WANTED-TO   BUY   AGREEMENTS
of sale; also property close in; only
owners     need     communicate
P.  0.   Box  Bi  this office;   all
transaction.
with
cash
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping   rooms;    good   references.
Apply box S, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate hoarding house; flrst class
board; al! home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, 1M-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. 62 Hastings street east.
WANTED ��� IMMEDIATELY. FURNISHED room, close to business
district. State price and particulars.    Box E. O. K.. Daily Ne*'R-
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
Misses Chloris ;uul Phyllis Coulthard leave today to enter Miss Cordon's school in Vancouver.
Mr. G. E. Corbould and Mr. V red
Wright spent a few days at the Empress, Victoria.
a     a     a
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall English are
an pension at the Russell after spending n month In Victoria.
Orchards on Columbia River
Just Ready to, Bear-Exchange Products.
London, Jan. 13.���William Maxwell^
the well-known war eorrest>otidont. in
concluding a series of articles for the'
Daily Mail, declares that the new elements crowding info the Canadian
West will readjust the balance of
power.
Bourassa would sever the last link
between Canada and. Great. Britain
and liasUh. BBfpd ambition as 1'ariiell
and the same' dangerous material.
Canadian siaKjjwiien .limit thai there
is danger, but do not (liscuss it pub-
llcB.    .     '
DOCTORS FAILED.
RESTORED BY
i
PERUM
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���GOOD ORGAN IN GOOD
condition. For particulars apply to
917 Fifth avenue, city.
FOR SALE OR RENT ��� ElGHT-
i lomed house: fully modern; centrally located. Address 917 Fifth
avenue, city.
CANADIAN
1FIC
^r
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily ���
SS.    Iroquois    Sunday   nights   and:
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
fi: mu p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA-
11:00 p. m '. .Jan. 7, 'JL, Feh. lh .
TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00 p.  m	
Jan. lu, -4:   Feb. T, 21.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP'
S: 30 a. m Every  Thursday ]
'
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND  CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8;00  a.  m.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Cliilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
Mrs. S. J.
ver, spent a
the guest  of
Thompson, of Vancou-
day early in the week
Mrs. .1. C.  Hrown.
Miss Mayo Lawson.
was the guest of Mrs.
tor  a  few  days.
of Vancouver,
F. J. Coulthard
The  many  friends   of    Mrs. C.   M.
| Beacher   will   regret   to   hear   of   her
sudden  death  in   Vancouver  on   Wed-
' nesday night.
* *   *
Mr.   Fred   Wright,  and   Mr.   Douglas
Wright  left on   Friday    for  Watrous,
Sask.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. II. V. Ardagh received for the
', lirst time since her marriage on Tties-
' day afternoon, when a large number
I called.
Onward to British Columbia aa the
husbandman of small fruits, wil
shortly he the command of Peter Ver
igin, head of tie Doukhobors, to JS000
more pf the members of Ihe community at Verigin, in Saskatchewan,
for the 50,000 apple, pear, peach, plum
and cherry trees, set oul three years
ago on the lu.oon acre-tract, near Nelson on the Columhla river, will come
into hearing this year.
Two thousand of tlie l.'ouklinh.irs
are already In this province, so that
the entrance of SJOflO ninre will give
British Columbia ami Saskatchewan
each a community of 40QQ of this Russian sect, tho nucleus of Which was
recently tinancod hy Tolstoy, in ,,r-
der tn couie to the nrw world and the
Saskatchewan country.
Peter Verigin arrived in Winnipeg a
few da>s ago accompanied by M. Caz-
, akoff, manager of the head  offlce at
Verigin, Saskatchewan, and Laivon
| Verigin, the nephew qf Peter Verigin,
i who assumes tlie role ol Interpreter
SURPLUS OF OVER
TWO   MILLION  DOLLARS
Victoria, Jan. 13*.���When the minis
ter of Huance makes his annual stale-
ment to the legislature this year, lie
vvill lie ahle to report thai the finances of the province are in excellent shape. The surplus on hand yesterday, after providing for all expenditures to date, was $2,250,000. The appropriations for public works this session will he something over six uiil-
lon dollars.
Catarrh, of the Lungs
Threatened Her
Miss Ninette Porter, Brali
���nnnt, writes:";! havo been
l'cruna.
'���I hiul several hemorrhages 0f ..
lungs.    Tho doctors did not i���.i.   *
" 'V tn*.
Wed rn,,
Life,,
''���"'f, v,.r.
'-**'**i t,j
tnj-selt
much and would never hav
'���I saw a testimonial in a
:i'l. anac of a case similar ijiulne
". jc;m:. neured  using  it.
"I  was not ahlo  to  wail o
when 1 began using it.   i gainedTetij
rlowly ut llrst, hut I could Bee thatfl
1. ! lli'lpitlg 1110,
"After 1 had taken it a while I com,
nu ti.-I'd to rai:<>'   up a rt:     ������., Rt|,.,   I
substance fr m my lungs,  'I )uk prs_ I
p .., and ii ��| **��� iiuaiuity u l wmtlniKj
tho troatmouc.
"1 grcv more fit-shy than I ha 1 bea
for a krj .iuiu, aud now J. c��U u,^
Wl-'.l."
Ask your Druggist for a F rtt pe
Almanac for 1911.
*���
FOR SALE���NEW
roomed house on
632 Sixth stieet.
MODERN    SIX-
car line.    Apply
Miss   Corbould   entertained   at   two
tables of hridge on Monday evening..
Others entertaining at this delightful' when ins uncle is subjected to an tn-
game during the week were Mrs. G. i terview.
Di Brymner and Mrs. T. J. Armstrong.      "Oats in tlie Saskatchewan country,
a.   *    * iand   small   fruits   in   the   Hritish   .'ol-
Miss Helen Rand entertained at a: umhia territory, will occupy the at-
'elighti'ul musicale on Tuesday even- j tention of the &000 Doukhohors in the
ing." Among those laking part were future," said Mr. Verigin to a re-
Mrs.  J.   H.   Diamond,   Miss   Margaret   porter.
Lewis,  Miss Freeze.  Miss  Armstrong,:     After   spending   tlte   day   in   Winn i- j
Mr. O'Brien. Mr. Sutherland and Mr.jpeg,   attending   tb   busings   mEttters,
Douglas  Wright. I Peter   Verigin   and   his    nephew   pro-
.   *   a reeled  to  Nelson.  British  Columbia,
A number of very pleasant tea? j while Mr. Cazukoff returned to the
liave been given this week for Nftss Saskatchewan cdnbtry.
Helen Rand, the hostesses being Mrs.1 "Y\'<. had good crops in the Saskat-
',C. E. Doherty on Monday; Miss Bekt-1 ctaewat) country in Pain.'' continued
lice' Annandale on Tuesday, and Miss, Mr. Verigifr, "bul we still have aboul
Nora Armstrong on Wednesday. j half of our grain on hand, <ui accqunt
I u  .��   ��� 'of the prevailing low prices.    We are.
1     Mrs.   C.   E.   Lewis  entertained   atjholdlnjg it  for a rise in the market,
which should, come.
HECTOR   McCAIG, Manager.
I
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. IL, and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
city. tf.
We Have It!
The famous Wellington
COAL
RING UP 56
Before your bin is Empty.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
ManU workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TKK.MS. SIX
roomed hcise and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
���street. Applv on premises for par
���tlcniTs or ai? Fourth street, Ne"'
Westminster, B. C.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Offi' e. Garner Columbia and Sixth S:s.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
four tables of euchre on Wednesday
evening. The lirst prize was won bj
Mrs. M. M. English, the lone band by-
Mrs. James Brymner and the consolation by Mrs. A. F. Cotton. Among
those present were Mrs. T. J. Armstrong. Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs. English.
Mrs. 'Charleson, Mrs. Cotton, Mrs.
Beatty, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. James
Brymner, Mrs. Shadwell, Mrs. Allen
I and  Mrs. Phillips.
'    '������" I
Mrs.  C.  E.  Lewis al>6 entertained j
on  Thursday afternoon a  few of her:
friends   at   a   guessing  contest.    The i
firs'   prize   was  carried   ttil   by   Mrs. I
Ardagfh  and the consolation by  Mrs. j
Gaynor.     The   guests   included   Mrs. j
Eddy,   Mrs.  J.   IL  Grant.  Mis.  J.   E
Gaynor.  Mrs.  W. G.  McQuarri".  Mrs
Yuengine,    .Mrs.  Sinclair.    Mrs.    Ar
dasrh. Mrs. Davidson. Mrs. Sutherland
Mrs.     Cheyne.     Mrs.     Clarke,     Mrs
Brydges.   Miss  Freeze,   Miss  Phillii'S
Miss Veda Leamv anl Miss Davidson
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���V  FLAT.     APPLY
IL Nelson. 517 Fifth avenue.
MRS.
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in tn��
board room, City Hall, as fol.ows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tbe tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at tj p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday o!
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. M
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
���gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia atreet and Clarkson
TO  RENT.
TO RENT ��� NEW SEVEN-ROOM
Viouse. Apply corner Seventh avenue
and Fourteenth street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS S- JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given on  Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
"While during the jrear 1910 we
had hat about 75,000 acre.-, .n oats, we
expert to have tlie entire ViiiOum
acres under cultivation during the
present year, and if We get a ��bod return will harvest a quarter larger
crop than in 1910. Most of the a< re-
age will he in oats.
"On our 10,000 acres in  Hritish Co-
lumbia   we  liave   50,1 i.   s   set   oil',,
which   will   come   into   be. I lng   this
year, and we intend to set out aboul
20,    young   nets  qach   year,   until
the entire acreage is in orchard.
"The year 1 .11 will witness an exchange of products between the Sas-
katchev\ua and the Britisli  Columbia
communities, the Saskatchewan community sliipping to Biitish  Columbia
all the oats that will he needed, while
Ithe British Columbia community will
, send   on   to  tlie   Saskatchewan   com-
i munity an abundance of apples, pears,
j peaches, plums and cherries."
The Douhobors do not eat meat of
I any  kind,  so  it  can  readily  be  seen
that mucli advantage attaches to the
! growing of small  fruits on the Col-
1 umhia river.
Peter Vereigin expects to name the
, British Columbia community Verigin,
j the same as the Saskatchewan community, near Yorkton, is named, so
there will hereafter he Verigin, Saskatchewan, and Verigin, British Columbia.
"I am confident that the productive
power of the two communities will
more than double our present revenues," said Mr. Verigin, in conclusion, "and the 2000 from the Saskatchewan community, whom I Intend to
remove to British Columbia ,are more
than content to make the change. In
fact the possibilities of a monster orchard on the Columbia river are the
best."
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3Vi to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada md
Newfoundland, anu ln Ixindon, Eng
Iind, New York t'u'cago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A genera)
banking business transacted, letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
��� Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
Aud interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
snnum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
Ht*M Westminster, B. C.
*f*t.o*M* -Ml Residence Phone 133
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; speculations, business letters, etc.; i circular work Liken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
Westminster Iron Works
J Phone   53.
1     Tenth
St.,   New   Westminster.
Thursday Jan, 19
"They're Laughing Yet in Chicago"
Kelly   and   Fitzgerald
PRESENT
The Merriest of Musical Comedies
HONEYMOON TRAIL!
     BY	
ADAMS, HOUGH AND HOWARD
WITH
Louis Kelso���-Fred Wyckoff
AND
50        Singer*,  Comedians and Dancers        50
Production, in detail, as presented for 225 consecutive performances at the La Salle theatre, Chicago.
The first "Chantecler"  dance ever staged.
That impressionable beauty chorus���None of them |
twenty���None of them married
Ned Wayburn's Dancing Brownies|
(Original Double Sextette of Dancing Broilers)
P.S.���The show that set all Vancouver laughing lastj
season.
Seats  on sale   at   Mckenzie's
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Watch for the "Little Bee"!
WE FURNISH A
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Rox 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
.^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
I Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vanpouver and Agassiz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From  Vancouver.    (No, 96).
19: JO���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:00���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
I No. 1).
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
Tbe'regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth stieets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H. West, NG.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
3. W. MacDonald, financial secre-,
tan     i
Departures.
R:3Q���To Vancouver, Seattle, Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No. 96).
17:50���To Agassiz nnd Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
MOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$1QO
Cash or Credit
y & ROSS
43-47 Sixth street, New Westminster
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Geh. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE TtiKl*.
���MU.*.
n
Talking
THE MORNING PAPER
*%
\
is the only effective medium
for advertising your goods to
get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. |The first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published !in the
morning paper.\. \   '
jj Advantage is taken (by riyil
advertisers* io go one -better
j in the morning paper.1 Therefore merchants, do'.a bit of
thinking and advertise in
Daily News
i * ��� '      * ' I
!   The Leading NewspaperKofxNew Westminster
t
, \ ��� *
]"U   t'-       '���
1     .  .'      1 PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY
U. 1911
i
The Daily News:
����������������������������������������������������������������������������
���
4
tended, in Victoria, of representatives  referred to in section.   49 to Sl.
from all the fair associations of Bnt-     There i* no truth whatever in the
ish  Columbia, and   which  was  most allegation  printed  In  ihis  morning's
Representative, there being about    751 Dally News in the affect thai my re-
*   gentlemen present, the New Westmln- porl   wns  Issued   from   Mayor   Lee's
published by The Daily News Publish-  ������������������������������������������^������������������*����*  Bter exhibition was always referred to committee rooms,   n was Issued from
ins Company, Limited, at their offices,']     |.|.|||   [)|j|v V(,lvi. |s nnt pea DOnslble   nA "'e "banner exhibition of B, C.,"|the printers on my responsibility, be-
��� Correspondence ��
of
McKenzie
SI reels.
and    Victoria
I The Daily Xews is not responsi
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
E. A. Paige '... Managing Director;     Limitations of time and space  pre-
^s^^s^^^^s*^ ^^w^~~~~w   vented   the   publication   of this   letter
[ on  Thursday  morning, as had    been
_<^^->rG��>>���.   t ithe  intention.���Ed.
<UNiON^.; 5ME> 4 !	
THE  R. A. &  I. SOCIETY.
especially    from    a    district    exhibit   lng pul   up and stamped  by  my son,
standpoint, | who was assisted    by the    volunteer
There are elghl members of (he'young man whom l Btopped from pinboard of control, and twenty city ting In the curds as I would nol per-
directors elected al the annual meet- mil anything of a partizan nature to
lng every year.   Mr. Dee, at his meet-  influence  ray  worl;
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911.
lng lasl niuiit, attacked the honesty
of these gentlemen, and gave them no
credit for the work they ure doing,
! and have already accomplished, thai
is, tlie annual exhibition, held al
Queen's park, this city, which is one
of the greatest   advertisements   that
MOSES II. COTSWORTH,
A udltor
New Westminster, January il', L911,
REMOVAL NOTICE.
MATTERS OF  MOMENT,
To T, .1. Trapp,  Esq,, and  the mem
hers of the Hoard of Control of the   the city of New Westminster has ever
R, A. fi I. Society, City,
,,-,.��� ZXlliK. city,  hut  it  has   helped  the  district,  tinue In the same business Of team-
be presence of snow makes il un- puid, hed >> the mon ing P.,pers   lut amy asslsted in  ,���_' developim.nl   ���; lng, draylng, Wood and coal.
santly apparent thai some amend- ,-"������ ��� ��� A-    M '     ^ mavor of the city the different agricultural and hortlcul- j    We desire to thank our friends for
, and Improvement of the civic by- ���' ����� P^e8tminster fir .he ensuing tural portions of the province. the liberal patronage accorded us in
i, should he made the duty of A. & L society .and (as I take it) on
the integrity or honesty of myselt.
every occupier  of  premises  to  keep
Gentlemen,���1    notice    by    reporl s
Tl
pleass
men
laws is seriously needed to meet the year, has made a direct and personal
condition of things created hy a snow- attack on the management of the It
fall
. .   ���   '
As you are aware, gentlemen, there
the sidewalk or pavement in front of aro  three aldermen  on the  hoard  of
liis premises  reasonably    free    from city directors, and liave heen for sev-
enow     It  is verv necessary that such eral  years,  and    one    alderman    has
,'. .            ���f,r..,i    in 'een a member of ihe hoard of cen-
a regulation, wind,    Is   enforced   In m. fo_ |h(i ,a8) yeaJ.  .mi, flH yim .���.,,
nearly all European cities, should he- aware a]80  .,| the annual meeting of
come existent   in   New   Westminster, the Boclety held In October last, the
if only to render the si reels safe to board of control  was Increased  from
>���    ,,.���..���,, t     .,���,���    alHo eight   to  twelve  members.    The  pres-
rpipci i iaus      \t    presenl     oui     sine- ,       , .             .  , .            ,.
peaesinanB.             i e_{   membershlp  is  eight,  hut   it   was
walks are In a very slippery conmuon, lef,  tQ the m(,mlKM.s ot- the present
owing to tbe trodden snow, the mak- board  of control  to    nominate    four
ing of sli les by children land others) others.    We decided, al  our hoard of
We are moving from our present
had. from every point of view. The office on Columbia street to ��2, Car-
exhibition   lias  not alone  helped  the   narvon sireet, where we will s:ill con-
Yours respectful
W. 11. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
T. .1. TUAI'i *,
G. D. BRYMNER,
MODS NELSON,
D. A. LEWIS.
C. A. WELSH,
VV. U. QILLEY,
,1.   It.   KENNEDY,
and twenty, city directors.
New Westminster, January ll, 1911,
our old stand, and trust we will stil
meet them and a lot of new ones al
our new [dace.
BELYEA fi CO.
Office phones, 160 and ~'.',2.
Coal office phone SIP.
mm
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,W/a Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.   U   ,
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturday,.
11.30 p.m. Mondays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT
Direct connection ai Prince Ruperl  for Stewart    s. s. "Prince
bert"  will  leave  Prince  Rupert January    20th for    Don    simpm
Kincolith, .Massed, Ski.icgate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, ei
way, etc.
Double (rack nnd modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit. London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montr..a], Portland, Boston
Niagara Kails, N'ew York, Philadelphia, Hallimore and  Washington
For tickets, time tables, il ustrated literature, .and all inform ci
apply to
HAIlllY O. SMITH,
City I'ass. and Ticket A .net.
L, V. DRUCE,
Commercial Agenl
527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.   Phone 7100. Phone
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
AUDITOR'S REPORT.
Editor Daily  News.
Sir,���1  am  sorry   to   find
thai
NOTICE  TO  BUILDERS.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Saturday,
January 28, lor the erection and completion Of the supersti uctuie of the
Y. M. C, A. building, the basement
walls of which are now built on Koyal
avenue near Sixtli street.
Plans   and    specifications    Inay    be
'seen at my oilier, corner sixth streel
In
structions given at the annual meeting, that the mayors of the cities and
city    i from    tho    city's    standpoint;
Has  worn  nearly  down   to  the  pave-  mM   |h_  ^.^ Q{ everythlng that
ment lights, or where the warmth of  waB ()onc wjth reference io the man-
���offices below lias partly thawed this,  a. ement  of the exhibition,    and    we
We have before had occasion to call  ''<ive   gone further, following oul  Inattention to the great danger arising
from Hie use of the sidewalks for j';',,_.' ,'JoVes of all' the municipalities of
sliding and sleighing, and though we the province, should be members of
believe the police have power to lea', our hoard of directors, their names to
with   offenders  in  this  respect,    the  be Published in the prize list   which
... would   onlv   ho  obtainable  after  the
nillsahce still seems to exist. We are munic,ilJal elections had heen held this
aware that the representatives of law  month,
and order cannot he everywhere, bul      We   have   nothing   to   Idle in tbe
i; one or two who set the by-law al   management  of  thc  exhibition;   om-
books  and accounts are open to the
inspection of not only the citizens of
\'e\v Westminster, but the citizens of
  . province.   Our reports liave been published annually, since I have heen in
One good result at least is likely to   charge, in hook form.    The accounts
follow this year's election of    Bchool   nave been regularly audited by    one
The new hoard will, we be-  ot llie most qualified accountants of
the province.   Hefore presenting these
ludited accounts to the annual meet
The Roberts
Electric Co,
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
defiance    were    prosecuted    it  would
.have a wholesame effect.
residence should he shown thereon. LAND ACT NOTICE.
The post office staff returm d  some , ������	
hundreds  because the  house numbers   New  Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
were   not   on   tie   envelopes,   or   thel trist of New Westminster
electors addressed were nol readily . Take notice that Leslie D. Dicker-
known to them. Some of these ���*������*��� man, of Vancouver, B, c, occupation
sons have since received copies, bul lumberman, intends to apply for per-
others who have not will be supplied mission to purchase the following de-
on calling at the collector's office, scribed lands:
city hall. |    Commencing al  a  pi sl   planted on
I regret to find thai notwithstand- the beach on west side of Sechelt Iain, my explicit statement through the. let, and at Die northeast corner of
press last evening that the finance lol No. -Ti'T anl marked "L. L. DI?k-
cemmittee especially were to blame erman,' Northwesl Corner," thence
tor not earlier providing the $100,000 south 80 chains, thence easl L'Ochain .
required before the end of the year��� thence south 50 cliains. thence easl
that state:-ent has been distorted by 60 chains more or less to tii" beach,
this morning's "Citizen" to suggest thence north and wesl along beach i i
that an undue share of the responsi- commencement and containing 320
billty falls upon Alderman Welsh who acres more or less.
Mr. Contractor: 'Alien you are
building a houi e, '��� I ui fl ire on the
wiring and fittings. Our motto is
good work and when you want It.
Al o lei us tell you I ow lo save 70
I er ceni. t f your llghl bills. We can
do it. Repair and trouble work given
prompt  attenll< n.
trustees.
lieve, comprise    a preponderance   of
men who are in lave;- of all meeting!   ;!;,.' t iiey have been passe! upon by
the hoard of control, which was un-
lerstood,   when  the  board of control
was ihon but temporarily acting as
chairman of that committee, and was
only one of the committee of three
LESLIE  L.  DICKERM \\\
J.  A.   LKWIS.  A| ��� nl
Date November 29, 1910.
being thrown open to Die public and
.the press. This is as it should be.
YVtay New Westminster should have
j'nr so long lagged behind other cities
in this resi eet it is difficult to understand. The antiquated and foolish
Bystem of allowing the clerk or secre
tary of the hoard to prepare a report
ol the proceedings has long since
had it; day. Throughout those countries where the ideas of modern civili-
v.aiion prevail it is customary to give
every facility to ihe press for report-
ting the meetings of public bodies.
This is only right, for the newspaper
rerorts furnish tlie only means by
which a fair and impartial account I !'
the worl; done can be obtained by the
, i ubllc at large.
vas appointed, should be one of their
iuties.    Tho accounts tot the DH0 exhibition are now in preparation to I ������
lng  audited,  and   the  auditor's  state-
Tent will he presentel to the annual
ineeting of directors,  which  will   be
held ln this city in February next.
It would have heen a matter of Impossibility  to    have    presented    the
audited statement of last year's   ex-
libition before the end of our exhibition year, which is ihe 31st of December,  because  we are, even  yet,  i ay-
:ng and adjusting prizes.
With reference to the excellence of
'lie 1910 exhibition, it  has been generally  admitted   by   tliose  from   outside points, and    in    the    w irds    of
Lieut-Governor    Paterson     and   the
Don.  Premier  McBride, at  the open-
ng   of   our   last   year's   exhibition,
____________ ''rom    an agricultural,   horticultural
, and stcck standpoint, it excels all pre-
Todr." Burnaby is in the throes cf 'ious exhibitions," and admitted that
��<ne of t' e r*��������������� if not the most exci'- lf was tlle best agricultural and hor-
ing ci D co;-. ds which has be��n ex- !��?���* PxhiM'1'" e��� "eldest of
lerienrcd i;i t -.t municipality. Reeve \\ e tnat, to a great extent, on our
Byrne, who haa several years experi- eate receipts; as to our financial con-
-ence in Die capacity of chief magis- 'i'"''3". ** is Quite true that there was
.rate, and has witnessed and assisted   * deficit in DMiii, which Is'ifscribed to
'he Alaska-i ukon-Pacinc exposition in
in the development and progress of Seattle, and it is also quite true that
this prosperous municipality, has a 'here was a deficit last year, but that
strong opponent in the person of Mr.   vas  altogether  caused   by  th.e  incle-
.1. W. Weart, who is well and wi lely ���rent ttcattler- ovei' which  we had no
,                         ,                                      ��� control.
known  as a  clever man  of  business Mr. Lee stated that the Vancouver
nnd a lawyer to boot.    The fight  he- exhibition  had  published   their  atate-
tween the two contestants is likely to "nent. two months after their exhibi-i
lie a close one.    In four of the wards 'i,n'  wUch  was beld  in August'last, ;
*r.r.rn ....     ���., ��� .    f -,, , i,1(l  *** als0 Btated  that  they  had    a.
tiieie are contests for councillors, the ...... i..���     , i ���..
1 surplus.    I am ui a position to prove
-old members being challenged by I that no audited statement ha.s been
tandldates   who   have   been   put   for-'published .yet, I am aiso in a posi-1
ward  bv the  ratepayers' association   tion t0 Prove that   he;,, had a deficit,'
The newcomers have put the old rea-'f, We"   a^,  f\ict'"1''    ^*��?|t��n   a"d
algary���-aU the lan er inhibitions in
resentatives on their mettle and the the west, for the yeai 1910, nnfortun
ward contests are as keen in char- aiely went behind.
acter as tbal for the reeveship. If v,e are compelled to expend a con-
Mr. Weart should triumph this is ��lderab'e su'n ."/. mo"e>' ��* <������<* *������>
.....  ,     ,     ,,      , , keep of our buildings. Hie majority of
ii-el> to be the lust election underjwJlIch were constructed through our
the ward system, the abolition of this holding the Dominion exhibition in
arbitrary   division   heing   one   of  Die  ���N,ev'' Westminster, and to this Domin-
\ Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
HATT COOK
The  Potato   Merchant  ,ind  Auctioneer.
527   Front   St..   New   Westminster.
Phone  550.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who hav.'
never hefore heen in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Hank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
iaage and strong banking organization.
Interest is  paid  on   Saving!
Balances half-yearly.    ::
n,��siness   Accounts    opened
on  favorable   terms.    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
HOSPITAL
Westminster I', 'vale Hospital.
._���:: rownsend rt. Maternity
and     non-contagious     medical
ruses accepted, Terms from
$16 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Tele
phone Tf)5.
NCW    WESTMINSTE. ,    B.    C.
ERANCH
615 Columbia Street
WESTMINSTER   OPERA   MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,  MANAGER.
Tuesday Jan. 17
THAT BEAUTIFUL AND  REALISTIC COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE
The Cli
���max
ONE  YEAR  WEBER'S THEATRE,   NEW   YORK  CITY.
SIX  MONTHS GRAND OPERA  HOUSE, CHICAGO.
PRESS COMMENTS.
strong plaiihs of his platform and also
of the ratepayers' association candidates. ,
lon exhibition the city of N'ew Westminster, as a corporation, did not contribute one eent in cash, although the
  society     cleared     twelve     acres     of
i ground,  fenced  same,  and as  I  have
(COSTS   MONEY   TO   FEED 'sail   before,  constructed  these  build-,
STALLED  C. P. R, PASSENGERS  [ngs, which were so nefcessary.
  i    It is  most imperative for the sue-
Vai. ary, Jan. IL'.���It is costing th3 cess of this year's exhibition, as well
C. P. K. fifteen hundred dollars a day cs future exhibitions, that, a proper
to feed the 500 passengers tied up grandstand should be Constructed, as
here on the way to the coast, and no well as additions and improvements
forecast is made as to when the road to the present buildings, which would
vvill be open. Grooves cut through entail a considerable expenditure of
the snowbanks iu the mountains fill money, and if we are going fo corn-
in very rapi lly and shovelers have pete against our sistervclty, we must
hard work owing to tlie severe do this: Vancouver has already spent
weather, $168,100 on their buildings, and    are
Tlie sun is shining brightly here, asking tlie ratepayers of Vancouver
iind though the thermometer keeps to vote a further $115,000 tomorrow,
close to the thirties there is no incon- and you can readily see that we here
yenlence and absolutely no suffer- in New Westminster, must do some-
������ng. thin;: also, and  it  Is  only  by  united
 * ��� effort  on  the  part of our ratepayers
Addition   to   Courthouse. and citizens ginerallv, that we ran ex-
Victoria, Jan. 13.���Announcement Is pect to hold the high position In
made by the Provincial Gazette that which tlie New Westminster exhlbi-
tenders for the erection of the new lion stands todav, and. in the -words
wing of the Vancouver courthouse of Premier MeHrlde "If you can't
���will be received up to and including boost, don't knock."
Thursday, February :'. In the meeting that ttoemrriter   at-
"Joseph Weber found a g< m
of purest ray serene when he
discovered   "The   Climax."���N,
V Times.
"Such a dramatic atmosphere
is a positive lelief."���X. V.
Telegraph.
"An unusual play with music
that is effective."���X. V. Run.
"A genuine and novel treat."
���X. Y. World.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT    CO
Room   14,   Westminster   Trust   Block.
Phone 711. Box   160.
VV. P. WHITE
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���nice 'Phone na.     Barn 'Pfcont 117
Columbia   Street
fca_g��_e   delivered    promptly     t
any  part of tl�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Architect and  Building Constructor.   ,
���     ,,,.,,.,���,,       , '   Go'd Watcaeg for Ladhsi from 112.75
Specialist  In  Steel,  llelnforced  Con-   lD
crete and  Modern   lluilding  Construe- ,
tion.    Telephone 800. Sliver Waichee,    gents'    onen tne*3
M 00
Room   13  Dominion  Trust  Building. '
NEW  WESTMINSTER. ,7SRl!Ver   Watchea-   ���?en,r   ��-^n    ca88'
l/.OU  up.
������     Agent    for    Waltnam   and     Kigui
Watchvs.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits, Blouses,  etc,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Seat sale Saturday, January 14, at Mackenzie's.
Prices���$1, 75c and iJOc.
aa
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
COAL
New|
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t, Foot of Sixth.
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. F. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 001) Victoria
8treet.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Heg pardon: I take It for granted
that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would change your mind. Acme
ls In a class by Itself. Onco tried���
always used.
Our special champagne Is a winner.
You ought to try a case for Christmas ! Price $1._5, case and bottles to
be returned.
Factory:   Simpson Street.
Office:   301 Columbia Street.
Tel. 689. New Westminster, B. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
COLD SNAP HURTS
CITY'S WATER SUPPLY
Many Connections Broken
Yesterday-Plumbers Have
Busy Time.
'i hen-    wa i   a rumor all over   i he I
citj   yesterday thai  the water suppl\
oi the i Itj  had bi en cul off earlj on ;
Pi i laj   morning   and   had  Btaye i  oft
for several hours,   When seen ye tei
daj   afternoon  bj    a  News   reporter
Alderman   Bryson, chairman ol    the
water   committee,   stated   thai    tho
water had nol been shul oil
He volunteered the Information that,
several of the connections in the west
end had been frozen and on thai account theie was some trouble. The
.as compnny had trouble for a while,
bul was aide to keep up Its supply of
gae
Asked as io hew the watei In the
reservoirs was standing the btrain, he
said thai the water was nol overflowing, bul there was sufficient on hand
foi nil practical needs The lowness
of the water is accounted for by tbe
fact that a .rent many people lefl
their taps running at night, a practice
v ".|, w;,s n0| permissible under the
by-law and which would have to be
stopped, even Is some of the users
were dragged Into the police court.
The cold weather    yesterday   gave
c  \ ������-,   plumber In the <it>  a Job, as
the plumbing in hall ol the liousei  In
i! ���   ell :-���  was frozen up or hue' fere
with   in  smne  wav   by  the  fl
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
istbeSTANDARDartlcle
READY   FOR  USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
Fnrm��Hlni" soap, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
slnHs, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A con
equal. 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
k.W.GILLETT SKfEKl
TORONTO.ONT. '
and
and
The Oven
Of a Range
Eu-
... 7:
Eu-
 15:
Eraser
except
  7:
���
Fraser
except
 15:
except
15
50
Mnrin<
FIRE AT SAPPERTON.
F  ,i?e at   1.  N. Blpproll'8 Dwelling.
The insurance claim on acouni  ol
tin   flre al   James  N.  Sipprell's resi-
���   on   i lolumbia   bI reel   eas      . is
���  set! led as the follow lng lei ter
.,. e
������!��� '..<��� id, Esq.,
Anchor Flre   aud
n ���   Company, City,
i :��� in acknowledge reci of chi ��� In paymenl of loss
v cd when my   in w   resi-
di '-il by fire
t   - an I    certainly    must
���   the prompl  and sui Is-
in lory   manner  In   which  m>   claim
ed ai I sel > le I,
Yours truly,
Igned)    .i VMES  N   SIPPRELL..
ROLLER   HOCKEY.
Today    for
Team   of   Players   Leaves
Capital   City. ^M
The membi is ol  the roller l	
:i    New  Westminster   le ivd
i, - morning for vh term, where they
th<   Victoria  team  t might.
Bi   . �����   i he    players    seve
:    ...:.:  nsiasts wlll make the ti Ip.
1' e   follow lng   eve   iic   i.i, n   w ho
aid,  sw anson,    Goulet,
ht, Turnbull, Huff, Wagm i Ri we,
Eastman,     Adams,    McDonald.    The
will be 11 eked from   the    flrsl
ei, hi      B.  Go llel   Is  inar.a.   r  . 1    the
and   S1! x  Cambrld \e    wlll    go
mascot.
V.uldoon   Preparing  for  Lester.
Tacoma,   Jan.    12.   C    Fltsgerald,
manager for Pete Muldoon, who will
fig il  Jack l ester    In    Tacoma nexl
Tuesday night, Is In town today arranging for training quarters for Mul
('���n.  who  will  begin  work  here  Sat
urday.   Fitzgerald announces thai he
will extend  100  Invitations daily   to
local businessmen to watch Muldoon
wi rk. so Hun  they may have a line
on his pros] ecis of Buctiess In lhe com
lng bout.
fatift     .tU'
afthg as
' ��� 'HAT a perfectly constructed,
"���     air-tight oven will bake better with   half   the   fuel   than   a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond   question.    The  Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
tban any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I. or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight.    The  oven  in an ordinary stove or ran;,e  is bolted or
riveted to the range b"dy, without
bracing and without  frames, allowing   n   knife blade   to    pass
through corners and sides.   It is
natural  tbat with  an  oven constructed   in  this  manner,   it  requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven oi a Majestic Range.
The Majestic even stays that way,
too.
Note the illustration!.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00��� United States via ('. P, H.
Idaily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via 1!   0. E. II.
(daily except  Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C, E. R.
idaily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E, K.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. Et.
Idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Victoria via li. C,  E.  U.
idaily   except  Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United Stales via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:?,0
15:00���United States via (1. N. It.
(daily  excepl.  Sunday)..10:00
12:10���All points east
rope  (daily)   .
23:00���All points east
rope   idailyi   . .
12:10���Sapperton and
Mills (daily
Sunday)      	
20:00���Sapperton nnd
mills (daily
Sunday)      ....
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily
13:00���Central Park and Eld
monds idaily except
Sunday)        11
13:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (dailj except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Tlmberland. Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)      13:30
10:00 Ladner,    Port    Guichon.
Westham  Islam!    13:30
10:00���Annleville,   Sunbury (daily
except    Sunday     13:30
0:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      l
10:00���Woodwards        (Tue   la
Thursday    and     Saturday       13:30
9:00���Vancouver,    Piper's    Sid-
In.      via     G.     N.     It.
(daily except Sunday)..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
day    15:0(
11:30���Tynehead (Tuesday and
'Friday)  15:0C
i 30 -Burnaby Lake (daily excel i Sunday   lfcOl
!0 00 Abbot ford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. idaily except Sunday)   ...'	
15:45���Crescent. White Rock and
Hlaine     idaily     except
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16 16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Hideo
nnd Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
:00
Olympic self-
rising pancake
flour, with the
genuine, eastern
maple syrup is
just what you
want.
I
limb
er
B.C. Mills
and  Trading Co.
Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES
 , _   ���  , SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
       LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
Telephone   12
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
. r, &���_._    ,.#_.. t a	
New Westminster
Box   137
Pancake Flour
25c. per pkg.
LOOK HERE!
Five Roomed House
on Eighth avenue, near Twelftn street car  line.
Price,  $1680.
Lot 66x132 feet, with lane and stable in rear.
Terms, $560 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
620 COLUMBIA  ST.
LEES LIMITED
Maple Syrup
tins from 25c. to
$1.75
We Furnish Your
Home  Compylete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
59<
i!*l. ���!*'Ji!*m&SF*E~*i
���PHONES--691
We are reducing our stock of
Ci. Welsh    Heating Stoves
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
See our line and get prices before
buying.
CHEESE    OUTPUT.
Could Not Bunco
I  This Man
Has No Use For Peddlers Selling
Worthless Medicines
President    Glendenning    Tells    Dairymen's   Convention   of   Improvement.
Pert. ..lan. 13.-   The Dairymen's association 'if  Eastern Ontario opened!
here   today   hs   thirty-fourth   aim ml
convention,   This town hns the proud
distinction  nf   having  produced   the
largest   Cheese   made   in   the   history
f.f the world, whlrh did much at  the
World's Fair In Chicago to call the
attention of other countries t<> what
Canada is doing,   President Qlendeti-
nlng, of  Manilla, said that dm ing thei
months of N'ovemher and December a i
series of distrlcl dairy meetings, held
in   each   county   In   eastern   Ontario,
were   \ ery   popular,    The   wis -lorn   of
the Ontario government In giving free
instructions    to    all    factories    and
creameries was demonstrated by the
Instructors   in   the   hetler   quality
milk   supplied,   better  factories
improved   sanitary  conditions  In  eon-' ^_^m^_^_^_^���^__
nection   therewith,  and   more   unil'or-1 Crookstmus
mitv  in the work of the makers,    All '   .  ..      , _,       _      ��_       ,'
this had resulted  in Ihe tinest  cheese . Natl��nal ��"��<����� of <*����"&,
*^*-m Limited
Who Said New Year
18
time to start on your New Year's work
It	
have just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties  for  making  up.    AH  i*n   the Newest   Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
INew Westminster, B. C.
of|
audi
MARKET
REPORT   j
1    ��� ���*******
Ont.
cheese
nail ever
<inrln_ the past ���g**g*
dalry  industry        the exp ^
'���������'M V10 Ct 25 Per cent of our local
l3 only about 2B pei
production '    n;':of ,,,������ ��������tor and
very large^uAntltj �� ovllu.P.,
cheese gbl|g to the �� * Uu,y
whereas onl>   * ,,; ,in;,,.r and cheese
were shipping bf' ' nl ' r(l    ,ov have
from those PW*n^jft$Output
tabled nnd nundrupled tBBoine        ��
dorln2  '"o! ,h    >as. is growing very I
Bumptloo in the eas |r,,Mi T(V|
largely.   Such cities a
ronto and **^jffi*S to sat-
.enormous Inoreaie every .
lofy their needs caused
���'Th0 T to" turn ��ttX   attention
SeCCttS  I -I
To   wed    Com,-   L=-
,eSn^nl2 cf 0?
Northern ra U��ay. ' ,|on(i the Wed
l��nd on BBturtW to ,(lrofM:��
dlflg of hft dauBh    . miss
Hen.ie, to Count de ������<���*-,���_
known aviator
ror January 30
Canadian
for Bng
      the well
-n.e'weddlns ** ��>el1
.nuuvti.
Please read the following carefully,
"I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who said lie  bad heard
Ihat I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told him I had been and lie wanted to
sell me some other medicine.  1 answered
liiat I was taking GIN   PILI.S,   the
July medicine that did ine any good.
I told him that I had tried various
other medicines but none hard done me
any good but GIN PII.I.S and that I
always kept a hox in the house.    GIN
I PICLS have done me more good than
I any other medicine I have ever taken.
You arc at full liberty to use this letter
I for thc benefit of all concerned."
1 JOSEPH STKVEMSON.
Don't lie Imposed upon. Don't necept
substitutes. If vour dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of 50c. a bo*, 6 for j. 50,
send direct to us. .Sample box free if you
mention this paper, am I money promptly
refunded if t'-IN PILLS do not .ive
relief. National Drug and Chemical
Co.    Dept.  ll.C.    Toronto. 69
Manga Tone Wood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless people, especially valuable for
correcting female troubles. They purify
and enrich the blood, and help to build
up the whole system. 50c. a box at all
dealers.
fhe local market yesterday was a
small one in every respect, supplies
of every commodity being short and
demand almost equally so, owing to
the fact that buyers were Conspicuous
hy their absence. The weather is to
blame, transportation being difficult
and uncertain.
There was practically no change In.
prices from that registered at the last. 1
two markets. Kggs remained firm,
the small shipments brought in being;
readily sold despite the fact that I
buyers  were few  in  number.
There were praotieally no vege
tables, fruit, or (lowers exposed for
sale, and meat was serfco.
To By Supporters
I wish to heartily thank all those
who voted for me in yesterday's election, and especially those who also
used  their influence on my  behalf.
Although   not   elected,   I   none  the
less appreciate the support given me.
Faithfully yours,
SILAS FADER
New Westminster, R. C. Jan. Ill, 11
SEASONABLE REMEDIES
Lee's Plasters, Bryson's Coquitlam Compound,
Johnston's Liniment,        Gray's Syrup Spruce Gum,
Lynch Cigars,    Henley's Soda,   Dodd's Kidney Pills
Campbell's Cathartic Compound
m*. AT ******���
Ryall's Drug Store I
nunur  a. .    EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE     ���
PHONE 57.
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i I SJWffi FITTINGS*
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Official   Quotations:
New Westminster Elections
All accounts against Mr. T. J. Tra-.ip
should he forthwith sent to Mr. It.
Churton, Blackie hlock. New Westminster,
la.        ,.
= I   Westminster Woodworking Co.
 Ij, BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
PHONE 473
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Prices recorded were as under.
R6e    fore��,���a,t,n-s.1erlb.^,.'.;.   -
Heef.hindnuarters, peril,  ..'-��c to 10e
veal, rer lb.  w.       fe
''"rlV  P,er "J \(c to IRo
**������� ** ",    12c to 140
Mutton, per lb  $s
Fowl, per dor. .�����       m
Chickens, ner do/ I" to IU
Rroilers.  per  doz ���' 50
Ducks, each  ��� ��� ^' "   j,)
Turkeys, live, per lb - <*��� ll    5Q
Geese, each       iu" '     iv
Turkeys .local dres.ed, per lh. - ������ �����   -
Geese, local dressed, rer lb. 20c to M
jtjggs, wholesale, rer doz ������
Kggs. retail, per doz.  *t
Rutter, wholesale, per lb ��� _;
Rutter, retail, per  lb 7VC i0"$l
Apnles, per box  ��� .
Potatoes, per ton  *-8 lo *��
Municipal Elections, 1911
To those ladles and gentlemen who
honored me with their votes and influence on Thursday last 1 beg to return my most cordial thanks.
T. J. TKAPP.
Killed   by
Pozeman.   Mont.,
Snowslide.
Jan. 13.���Harold
Leland was killed and several other
iersq^ had narrow uf^J'
death when a snowslide swept
upper Madison Bast* today.
the
Water Consumers
As It is reported that a number ofl
citizens are allowing their water taps'
to run during cold nights, citizens are
hereby notified and requested to re-j
fraln from doing so. lf any are detected In persisting after this notice,)
other moans will have to be used. i
J. S. BRYSON,
Chairman Water Committee.
FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, Plastered and
in good condition; on Edmonds street and tram
line. Side-walks, electric light and water. Opposite school.   Price, $1600.
Terms $900 cash; balance, $20 a month
without Interest.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
. Note new address, 622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster Citj Specialists PAOB SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY H, 1911
HADDINGTON QUARRY
SCANDAL IS RIGHTED
Secret Transfer of Property
by Government to Dummy Company Dealt With
Victoria, Jan. 111.���Thc scandal in
which the provincial government is In
volved, disclosed in the courts through
the trial of the notorious quarry case,
was recalled yesterday when fhe
court of appeal, consisting of Chief.
Justice Macdonald, Mr. Justice Martin
and Mr. Justice Galllher, granted the!
appeal of the plaintiffs. j
By the decision the provincial government  and the Haddington  Quarry
company will have to return the quarries at Haddington island to tl^> plain-'
tiffs, A.  \V.  Iluson and the   ehililren
who are heirs of the estates of Henry I
Rudge and Samuel Cray, on payment
of $1150, and will also have to give
an accounting of every cubic foot   of
stone  taken   from   the  quarries   and'
used in  the construction of the court
house, at  Vancouver,.erected hyMc-i
Donald.    Wilson    and    Snyder,  .con- j
tractors, and oilier buildings.
The   provincial   government   origin-
ally  held a mortgage over the quarries;   This was afterwards transferred
to a "dummy" company, composed of!
clerks in the ollice of Kherts & Tay-'
lor, solicitors.    Prior to the transfer
the government took the stone from
the quarries to build the present par-.
llament   buildings   under   agreement
with the owners, who have now won
their long fight, to pay them a royal-,
ty of 5 cents per cubic foot, and the1
money  receive!  in  royalties  was re-1
paid to the government'in part pay-j
ment of the mortgage until there remained only $1150 to be paid.
The Vancouver court house, contract
was later given to McDonald, Wilson
and  Snyder, who  wanted to get the j
stone  from  the  Haddington quarries
and has tendered on the work on the j
Haddington quarry prices, the quarry j
owners  making  the  same agreement
with the contractor as that made with i
the provincial government for royal-1
ties.
FJ. J. Fulton, then commissioner of
lands, was written to by one of the
owners of tlie qtianies, Iluson, who
asked that the government would not'
take up the mortgage, stating that an
English syndicate was trying to grab
the quarries for tlie sum of $H(100. He
asked the minister to protect the owners an 1 not allow its valuable property to be grabbed by outsiders.
With these letters in liis possession
the government secretly assigned the
mortgage to the "dummy" company
formed     of    the    clerks    in    Speaker
Eberts' office. This company waa
styled the Haddington Island Quarry
company, aud the formation and
transfer were rushed through without
notification to the owners as required
by law, The sum paid by this company was $1150.87, the amount owing
hy the owners to the government.
Then the company proposed to sell
the iiuarry, under power of sale contained in tlie mortgage, to F. T. Walker .manager of the Koyal Hank of
Vancouver, who subsequently admitted he wns trustee for the contractors
of the Vancouver courthouse, McDonald, Wilson and Snyder. The alleged
consideration for this was $3250. As
in the first instance, no notice of tne
intended sale was j iven the oiiglnal
ow.nets, secrecy being used through:
out the whole affai".
The plaintiff, Iluson, acting for himself and the hfejrs, knowing nothing of
Speaker Eberts' clerks' company,
came down from Aien ilay witu the |
mqney to pay oiT the government
mortgage. He tendered the money to
the then 'oommissi;iner of lands, Mr.
Fulton, who told him the mortgage
had been transferred,
He immediately consulted Frank
Higgins, who, acting for the plaintiffs,
brought action to redeem the property, alleging its value to be $25,000
at least. In February last year the
case came before Mr. Justice Marri-
son, who decided that the attorney-
general had not been made a party to
the defence. The ease was then taken
by Mr. Higgins to the court of appeal
and yesterday the appeal was allowed.
In view of the fact that the government proposes to make large additions to the parliament buildings, and
will doubtless use the same stone as
was used in the construction of the
presenl building, the Haddington
quarry stone, i\ would have heen able
to continue getting the stone fov 5
cents per cubic foot while the mortgage held good, rather than release
the mortgage and have to pay some
higher and yet unknown juice to any
other owners into whose possession
the quarries might pass.
The secrecy used by the government ln disposing of the m.rtgage
was the point on which Mr. Higgins
based his case, and cn this he hrs
heen upheld in the strongest possible
terms by the three judges on the appeal court bench.
KNOWING HAIRDRESSER
GUILTY LADIES' TERROR
Handsome  Youth  of  Budapest  Industriously  Gathers  Secrets  and Then
Writes   Blackmailing   Letters.
CLERGY INTERESTED IN
IMMIGRATION SCHEME
Catholic   Colonization   of   the    United
States of America Name of Organization   Taking   Up   New   Work.
SCHOOL   TEACHER   TAKES
PLACE    OF    GRIM    WARDEN
Pittsburg. Jan. 13.���The "little red
school house" is to be transplanted
to the Western penitentiary here and
men not permitted to work in [the
shop, through a recent construction
of the prison labor law, will be given
every opportunity to make good in a
school.
Prisoners will he taught spelling-,
reading,  writing and  other hranebe-.
Particular attention will be given
foreigners who cannot speak English,
of whom there a'e a large number.
There will he a teacher for every ten
pupils.
Vienna, Jan. 13.���Social circles in
Pudapest, wliich, not without reason,
is called the "Paris of Hungary," aie
greatly disturbed over a disagreeable affair, the final outcome of which
is still awaited wi(h breathless trepidation. A ladies' hairdresser, named
Vigywo, has been conduct ing an organize I campaign of blackmail
against iadiesof tlie aristocracy wliich
appears to have been long planned.
Vigya/.o, a strikingly handsome manj
of  elegant   appearance   and   polished
manners,   selected   the   business  of  a I
hairdresser  for  the  sole reason  that I
ii  would bring hifn into close connec-j
tion  with  tliose  circles  in   which  he'
hoped to Iind victims.    By degrees he
became acquainted with  the intimate
secrets of his patronesses.
Thus  finding himself in possession!
of   sufficient   material,   he   forwarded j
various   blackmailing   letters,  in   one,
! declaring  taht  he  had  entire  knoWl-l
edge  of  a   lady's   meeting   with    her
chauffeur, in another giving exact de-J
I tails*of the lady's-Interviews with an
offlder  of   tlie   Hussars,   while   other
letters  of   the   same   character   con-1
, talned  scarcely   veiled  threats.     The
I price wliich he demanded  for his silence varied from 3000 to 5000 kronen
Aii  energetic  lady,  wife  of a  millionaire, to whom the blackmailer had i
: written   by    mistake,   informed    the
criminal authorities, who' arrested the
man.   It soon became known that he i
| had  communicated   to  the   police   a
' number of compromising stories and I
threatened, in case of a trial  to   di-'
vulge  all   the   scandalous  secrets   in
t liis possession.
Shortly after his arrest the young]
'adventurer, who came from an excel-
' lent and once weathly family in Vien-
Ina, committed suicide in his cell, but
even  his tragic end  has not  allayed |
the ,fear of the indiscreet victims of
the  hairdresser.     They   fear  that  ho
has left compromising notes and pa-
I pers, and that  their secrets may yet
lKK'ome public property in sotne way. |
Chicago, Jau. 13.���A colonization
project, one of international scope
and Which not only will attempt to
turn the tide of Immigration from the
cities to the country, but in a measure to control immigration to the
United States, is being pushed quietly
byl an oragnization o[ the Catholic
clergy, according to a news article
prime.1 by the Tribune today. The
organization is the Catholic Colonization of the l'nited States of America'
and its founder and president is Uev.
Julius E, Devos, pastor of St. John
Herehmaun's  church,  Chicago.
The object of the organization is
three-fold. First, to search oul the
most available agriculture lands in
the l'nited States open to colonization and direct Immigrants lo these
lands; second, to check undesirable
immigration to the l'nited States
through co-operution with the local
clergy in those foreign countries from
which the great bulk of Immigrants
come; and third, to establish a Church
aud a school in each of the colonies
formed in order to ghe permanency to the community.
The first move of the society will
be to send abroad "chaplains of colonization," to interest tlie Catholic
clergy of Europe in tlie project. The
lqcal priests will be asked to keep
tiiese chaplains Informed of families
in tlieir parishes who Intend to come
to the United States. If tlie immigrants are of the desirable class, the
chaplains will endeavor to have them
to come to the new agricultural colonies and stay away from the cities.
If they are classed as "undesirable" the local clergy will endeavor to
dissuade  them   from   immigrating.
TIMBER WOLF KILLS
ELK IN EIERCE FIGHT
Hunger-Crazed   Animal   Wins   Victory
in Titanic Struggle1 in Heart of
Olympic Mountains.
Taeinna, Jan. 13.���News of a desperate conflict in the wilds of the
Olympic mountains in wliich a huge-
gray timber wolf killed a large elk
was received today by Professor Moser, wrestling instructor of the Y. M.
C. Ai in a letter from Hill Humes,
big game hunter and guide Who lives
on Hlwha Creek In thc mountains.
This is one of a few authentic instances in wliich a timber wolf single
handed killed an elk.
Humes was making .the roun Is pf
his straps when lie came across a
singly elk track. Ile followed it and
soon discovered tracks of a gray tlm-
Railway Time  Table
.��. C. B. R. WestmlnsUr Branch.
Wiik Day Schedule,
Caps leave Vancouver for New West.
JiiuBter at 6:50, 6:60, 7:2u und 8;ti.
4-m., and every hall hour thereafter
Until li:80 p.m.
Carg leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 an)
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thei��
after until 11:00 v.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Wen'
minster at 8:00 and 0:00 a.m., and
(every   half    hour    thereafter   until
Jll:30 p.m.
I '
Cars leave New Westminster for Vat,
couver at 5:00 a.m., and evpry half
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne  Line.
ber. wolf in pursuit.    Two mil'is fur-     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ther on he came upon the carcass of j Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
the elk. a giant stag. �����'��. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Kvideqces on  all  sides .told   of   ft j Cars leave  Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
great, siruggle.    TJie suow  was tram-1    every hour until in p.m.
pled  down   over  a  space  of  fully   L00  On   Sundays  ears   leave   Westminster
feet   Bquare   and   in   this    arena,   sur-      at S a.m. to 10 p.m.
rounded hy snow three feet deep, the On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. _^__^__^__.
D.   J.   8tewart,  Local   Manager,   Nev
Westminster.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:2S
a. in.;  arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
Leaves New Wesl minster 1:0.   p. tn
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. in.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4 28
p. m.;  nrrives Seattle H:40 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    12:10
a. in.; arrives Seattle tl:4.ri a, ni.
Leaves   Seattle  8:05   a.m.;   arrives
arrh i
ANTI-PEST   ASSOCIATION
FORMED    IN    COLORADO
Carrie Nation Suffers Collapse.
Knreka Springs, Ark, Jan.' 1:1.���
Mis. Carrie Nation, the pioneer Kansas City saloon smasher, suffered a
nervous collapse at her home here
today. Mer condition was such that
she expressed the fear that, her career as a temperance lecturer and an
active lighter against intoxicants was
ended.
Greeley, Colo.. Jan. 13.���Several
hundred agriculturists from all sections of the state met here last night
and formed the Colorado Agricultural
Anti-Pest association, the purpose cf
which is to further efforts to exterminate crop-destroying insects. Particular attention vvas paid to tho
grasshopper, wihch In tlie last three
years has caused loss to farmers estimated at millions of dollars.
A bill will be introduced in the
state legislature requiring ditch com-
j panic, to share (he work of insect extermination   by  carrying on  the work
j along their rights of
animals fquglit uutll tlie wolf sank Its
fangs in the elk's throat.   On the elk's
back   marks   showed    that    the    wolf
jumped on  top of It in the first   onslaught.     Humes  reports  wolves nnd
cougars  more  plentiful  than ever  In
the   Olympics.       Kvldences   of   their
destruction   of  game   is   seen  almost
every day  in the shape ol  carcasses
and bones.   ���
|     Humes     believes     tlie     suggested
change in  tfame  laws, aa drafted  by
the Game Commission, particularly
' where the bountv on cougar has been
(raised  from  $30 to  $50.  is  the   best      _a>cn u_  ovg
amendment  ever proposed.    He saffi New vVertmtaster 2:50 p.m.
���one  cougftr  will  destroy  more   game,     Lenvps Swi,t|p ,,.���,-,       m
during the season than 300 hunters.    Xew Westminster 5:55 p. m.
1 ABSENT^TWENTY-ONE YEARS: I    *~J*|  ***$*  J:M  P- m.J   arrives
i pftiirn��s   wnMP   to   niF   N(W Westminster 8 -5 p. m.
RETURNS   HOME    TO    DIE,     u_m,s  B6&ttXe  11:4r,   ,, m;   arrlves
'New Westminster C:3o a.m.
New   Canaan,   Conn..   Jan.    13���A J t
mysterious   stranger,   who   died   and-       "     -   M   _     ��'i.-* i��,ri/*����
,  mi    i        *      * *   . *     r       i G. N. R.���Port Gulcnon.
den ly in a local hotel a few davs ago, J
has been  identified as  Francis Hum-!    Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
phreys, a well-to-do resident  of New cept  Sunday  from  bridge   passepger
Canaan,   who   disappeared   from   Hla I station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
home    here    twentv-one    vears    ago, |GuIclion 6:30 p. m.
leaving  liis  wife and  four'daughters. I     '-caves    Port    Gulchon    8:00   am.
Humphreys,    who    was    sixty-five [dally, wcept Sunday; arrive* at New
years old, returned with the intention ! Westminster bridge passenger station
of loinlne his family, who had heard j 10:20 a.m.
nothing of him since    his    disappear-1
anee.     Wearied   lrom  his  journey,  he
snipped at the hotel to rest and soon
after  liis arrival   was seized   with  an
attack   of   heart   disc,ise   from   which
he  died almost   Imme (lately.    He did
not   live  to  see  any   members   of  his
family.    A   large   sum  of  money  was
found   in   his   clothing   ami    will    he
turned  over  to   his  widow.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas n:io a.m: arrives
bridge passenger station. New Westminster, 10:30 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Weshulnster bridge
passenger station Sf'SO p.m.; arrives
Sunina 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
Remember Our Sale
i.
The best CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS we jhave-and we have the best-
will go right into this sale ; nothing will be reserved.
< i
Secure What You Want Right Now, at a Great Saving
 ! , r-, ; ; ' '	
25 per cent. Discount off Everything
Note the items below and then you can form some idea of the size of our reducti
ions :
Heavy    Underwear
Just the thing for these cold days.
$��.00 Suit for.  $4.50
$5.00 Suit for  $3,75
$4.00 Suit for  $3.00
$8.50 Suit far..\  $1.M
WINTER COATS
Early   buyers will fare the best.
$26.00   Overcoat  $18.75
$20.00   Overcoat  $15.00
$15.00   Overcoat  $11.25
$12.00   Overcoat  $9.00
$10.00   Overcoat  $7.50
.Sweater Coats
THeie will make a hit with you.
$5.00   Sweater Coat, for   $3.75
$4.00   Sweater Coat, for   $3.00
$3.00   Sweater Coat, for   $2.25
$2.50   Sweater Coats, for       $1.90
Friday
and Saturday
Specials
6 PAIRS HEAVY RIBBED SOCKS for f 1.00
 ��� ���      PLAIN GREYS AND HEATHER.    ALL WOOL      ������r- 1 !	
These Bargains ^Will te Picked up at Once ty Shrewd B
uyers
REID
601  ColuirbaSteet.
&
COMPANY
The Store of Satisfaction. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
���
New  Westminster  Land  District
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that  Edward Hawkins. ,m
of Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper, | *    C T Tl *\T T /***  T7  C
intends K>  apply   for   permission   to I?    *J AJ J-V  V   I Vj  Lj \J     *y
purchase    the    following    described; * **�����*��������������
lands: . z    \      ,l\    ',
Commencing at a post planted oni     z ,\ * "'" '.J.
the   bead,   on   the  east   Bide   of   the1     (Chan, es for tbis column" must    be
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
CHURCH \i Correspondence:
W W
'. �����������������������������������������������������������������������������
Agamemfloti channel and Joining T. L
No. 41966 on the no.th sido aud marked Edward Hawkins; S'. W. corner,
thence E. 60 chains to line of limit
No. ::!i71M, thenoe N. (10 chains along
line to beach,, thence south and west
along beach to | lace of commencement and containing SO acres more or
less.
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMKS A  LKWIS, Agent.
November ig,  lino.
left at, or telephoned to. this ofllce by
9 p.m. on Fridays. TJie omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
in by tlie pastor or other responsible
party.)
(The Daily N<��ws is" not-responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
LULU  ISLAND.
Sunday,  January   15.
I
OF     THE     HOLY I m remo,e |
Editor,. Daily News^
Sir���Alady friend, just returned t:>
Portland, after ljavlng spent ^ l'eiT
months in our city, nas fovored ma
with the enclosed clipping from a
magazine for which you may find-
spare.   Il appears that, strangers even
Island that very rare a. A Ideal combination of abnormally rich, heavy
production and nearby protitable markets. "The northwtj��fern 6itte>! of the
Unitedv Slates and t'anaita are, thw
highest-priced markets in /l in erica fur
dairy and poultry products, small
fruits and vegetables. Of all the cit-
} ies, Yancouver, because of Us rapidly-
Increasing population and the small
amount of farm luiul la a developed
state immediately surrounding it. Ig
probably the highest-priced market,
and, as has hnen pmvh.isly stated.
Lulu island i* right at Vancouver?!
back door.
M WITH IMMENSE IDEAS
IS STAGGERING MONTREAL
I ;
  i
Name of Individual With Big Ss. ernes
Suggests Visionary Who Was
in  Westmi nster.
I
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
New  Westminster  Land  District
trist of New Westminster.
.Take   notice   that   Cecil   Klllatn,   of
Vancouver, B, C, occupation barrister |
at   law,  intends1, to apply for  perinis-;
sion   to   purchase   lhe    following   described  lands:
Commencing  at  a post  planted on '������
ti{e beach about l1., miles northeast
frfitn Egmont Point, Jeryis inlet, nnd:
mhrhed   "('.   K ilium's   Northwest   Cor-1
ner."   thence   east.   20   chains,   thence
���<uiiili    20    chains,   thence    west    20
cliains. more or
CATIIKDHAI        ^^^^^^^^
Tltl\lTY-Uov   Canon G. C.^ d'Easum,! OI,ponimUUos   muak  better
M. A., rector;  Uev. George A. Uny, M.'......   ,. ,..,._
A., assistant curate. 8 a. m., holy com-
munlon; ll a.m., matins, holy communion, choral and sermon: 2:3U p.m.,
Sunday school; 7 p.m., evensong and
sermon.
can   from
On
occurred to
sely settled
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, Sapperton���2_:30 p.m., Sunday
school;  7 p.m., evensong and sermon,
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. DeB. Owen rector. Service at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m.; Sunday
school at  2:30  p,  in.;   prayer meeting
IS,      l.nciirv      wf.ii      -ti ...    , ,
less, to beach! thence ' "n ^ ^'nesday at 8 p.m
.    ' . ' . denci'   ot   U       -.nieisoTi       l
licit tli along be-icli to I lace of commencement and containing -10 acres
mere or less
|.
'Dated
CECIL K1LLAM.
.T. A.  LKWIS, Agent.
November 29, 1910.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ut the resilience of  w.  Emerson  Qilley,  Eighth
'street.    .Morning subjeut, ''Elijah's He-
turn":   evening.  "The-True  Value
a .Man as Against  Property."
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
ST. HAUNAHAS���Holy communion,
morning prayer and sermon at 11
a.m.-; Sunday school al 2: SO p.m.;
evening prayer and sermon at 7 p.m.,
Uev.   C.  C.   Hoyle,   M.A.,  will   preach.
ucos can see our splendid
^^_^^^^^^^     than   we
our door  steps,
reading tlie clipping   a thought
me:    Tbe island is spar-'
and much of the land le-
quires improvements calling for, large
expenditures.    .\s  these expenditures
would be an unbeatable burden, ou th<a
few settlers, and as the uliimate. benefit would reach far beyond thetn.lt Is
���icarcily   fair  to  expect   tliem  U> bear
the  burden  alone.    Though  the. benefits     would     be       widespread       New
profit  more by any  scheme having in
view  the development in  full of    its
wonderful    productiveness   than    auy
othei- portioi. of the province.
Would it not, therefore, be adv.isa-
ofble foil those cities to bestir 'themselves SO as to hasten the .lay when
Lulu Island shall become, as the magazine writir expresses ir, the "Market
Basket" of tliose  cities.
p. i). iioritKK
New  Westminster, January 13, .I'll
LION'S AVENUE METHODIST���
t\ W. 'Brown. U.D., paletor    Ser-
Ql
Uev. ^^^^^^^
vice at 11 a.m. and
school al   2:.,'> p.m.
p.in.; Sunday
joining l*. u. No. liii's ant
"c.  K.
^^1 Corner." thehce ^^^^^^^^
\tfi":y. e West 80 chains, thence north
;o    chains    more or Uss to    beach,
(Hence   easterly   along   beach   to   place
��� i  mmencement, and ci.uuiining :!-'���
Utftes more ov less
Jl CLINT Bi DICKERMAN.
.1. A. LKWIS. Agent,
\t ie November 88, 1910.
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH,
Here is the article referred to:
,   There are .not many large, tide'  _
populated    (ities   where    tke    IjeahJ
greet]  produce of the country may  be|
plucked   from   the   lields   and   upp'-ur
within an  hour or  two on the breaji-
New Westminster Land  District
(���       trist of New Westminster.
���Take  notice  that   Glint   Ei   Dicker
trtiiii. of Vancouver, B. ('., occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-1
scribed lands: M~_	
'Commencing  at   a  post   planted   on      0--\"'r-"-'^-"   "*""��'   ~"~ i,   7T , ,      , i,        ,.   ,        ,        ,_    .
llie beach  in  ftilliti ti ll-,v   Nel-im  Is   Hospital street���Andrew Grieve,    pas -| fast table of  the  city-bound  resident
ml    nd   i  lni,     PI     No       -",,,,'��''���    Morning service 11 a.m.;  Sunday I with the cool, early morning dew __
���    rkel    " lhclerinan's    Vu'h    *l'll'',,>  ��-*,   Bitfle  *>*��*   ���-   *��   *  M��VQth^ tra_rai.ee o!   tbe  garden  sUU  -in-
1'ng Thursday ats p.m. j>��11   ul"  sa\.(aie  only   foi   tlie  lUe.K)
| farmer hhmiclT or for the. couiiry
OLIVET BAPTIST���Re*. A. ��. Bak. I t'oailer sojourning at a rural lv..ae.
ler; pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 j ll!" �����" ^is brief Mica,inn. llut Ht"
p.m. Sunday school ,-u J::i0 p.m,l('"> ,,f \ ancouver. B. ( ., will. ,n -lit
Midweek prayer meeting oh Wednesday at elghl o'clock. Morning subject,
���Selniiade Cripples and Their C^c":;���^
%*$_*���,   ,1'K'     ^  !'y     t i,     u     -�����'""' acre* situated at its uk-.- ttack1
McNe 1.  ol   Toron'o,  will  sing   in  the..
door. ____���
In   fact,  this  rich   tract of  land    i*
only a few miles not only from Van-
CcmxMX, but also from  New  Westmin-
stw and Steveston.    It lias aJl the advantage,   of the city, with none of its
disadvantages.   Tl;*re arc seven miles
of eiecilrii' carliues on- the island, and
I another line is exjiected shortly which
I will   make  direct   connection*    with
New   W'ftttminster.    Thus,  Aia subur-
I banlte llvtoig on Lulu Island may step
I aboard   an  electric  car  and  within  u
comparatlvifty   short,   time  be' oil   the
I paved   stivers  of   the    metropolis   of
j Hritish   Columbia   or   in- one' of   the:
other  cities.      His   produce  inay   bei
.-shipped in tlia same maimer, so that I
| vegetables  or   fruit   picked   !rotn>   his j
ranch early in. the morning-arrives In]
I tho city in 11 in it to be placed upin t.lie'
breakfast tables-of the coi��sunirtrs. Or.
if  the   rancher   prefers   the   cheaper
water   trausijort.-nrion  a   large  part   oi ]
the ranches hordes on one or lltf* other arm of lhe Fraser. and (|iiick com- i
munication with rhe city may  ha had;
by   mean?   of   g.taohne    latnchei    or
Bteamers. The farmers have their aawji ���
telephone  sysiem.  giving  llimi  oh-ect ���
communication wllflt any othe.r pair, ot
the island or with _Jie markets, of thej
city.    The ranches are able CO oU"iii>,
electric light friun rhe trolley lineacon
the island, and many of the farmers
li\iug near these isuras are into a-b':e
About thr*e or four years ago a Tacoma num named A, I', Gillies came
to /his city v;ith a visionary scheme
for the. bu .ding of a big hotel and ile-
store orer the market
Ki|uari��, life plan, sfrlpfed at terhnicali-
Id'erect a building on stilts.
the building, he was tp
sfart  a brickyard
partraentat
r*i, his
���ties, being li
liH-ideiital  to
.������  at  Sapperton.   The
amount of nionft? Gilli*s was to spend
111' West minster ran into the hundreds
of thousands of dollars.
'['hat  wis ahiiut four years ago,  Gir
lies' dream is still a dream.
.Inst now a niftn named A. P. Gillies
is startling .Montreal with big Ideas.
It may not be the same Gillies, but it
probably is. Here'is a despatch which
tells the tale:
Tacoma, Jan. 11���A. P. Gillies is
causing somewhat of a stir iu Canada
by his exploitation of terminal projects, power, canals, etc., ln Toronto
and Monfceal. For tlle purpose of ascertaining' something about the man
and his standing, H. Capweil, of Montreal, wired Mayor Fawcett yesterday.
The mayor, rather perplexed, asked
the advice of some members of a committee of business men who have been
Investigating Gillies' projects and finally wired Mr. Capweil that while Gillies has little or no commercial standing tlie schemes projected by him tor
Tacoma are considered sutliciently
sound to interest representatives of
New York capitalists and engineers of
national reputation and will receive
the active co-operation of Tacoma
men.
WARM
Inear   future,  enjoy   this    very   admn-l*'"1 i--4 m dirpet
i tage and come to look up :n it as q i*���^      ^ country
eoimniirfplaee.   for   this   city.    If    vou
has  its own   little   gard'ei
to have cheap power for usV.in rrni-
ning tlieir fodder -mills, chusna; andj
other machinery. Thus, the suburban-
tte of Lulu Island tl'-iKall of th.--iieiiTrh |
and profit of country life and yet. all'
the comforts and ennnreniencessaf thef
city.
As tor the climaia.. the advantages
���at liviug close to tlu*.. waters oL Pngci j
Sound and the Gulf.of Geargii itre tool.
; well known to need-much explanation,,
���with   no  snow  in  i!����   winter.. no  ex-1
' treme  heat   and   coiA.  the  climate  is
ofi  of  the  must   id^aJ  in  thee world,
:cji.Erast to t_**s (airm-
���bn  Ui h other sid<i- ot  the
i mountains.    The   gitan  is   grt -hi aud
lUsckMB   the   year   around,   and    live-
stock grazes frotn Septembecrah June!
(with  the same ciiiTfort and tlin sann
THE  CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACI
FIC   RAILWAY.
r irsuant to section 7 of the navlga-
.aters protection act (R. s. Can.,
!l."ii. notice is hereby given that
���1 e'������  has   been  deposited  111 the otlice
��� ��� mlnlstef of public works at Ot-
i   and  a  duidicate In the office of
registrar of deeds at   New JWesj
r,  Hritish  Columbia,  plans and
:uens  of the site and  siile  ele-
n of a proposed railway wharf to
I       i nstrueted at   l'ort  Mann,  British
Columbia, and that one month  after
Ihe  Brat  insertion ol  this notice, the
t   inpany will apply to the Governor-
In-  ouncil for the approval thereof.
���   Daied    nt    Toronto,    Ontario,    this
twenty-eighth dav of December,  l'.'lo.
U. II. M. TEMPLE,
A.SJstant Solicitor.
morning.
I     Tiiis garden, which is Lulu
SIXTH     W'KNVK     METHCMDBCT^-  attuatfd  Ln  ibe  1 eti.a country
Uev.   F.  S.  Okell.  B.A.. pastor,    Ser-   K,;ls"''  c>'��r" '�����vvc��" tl|e ��'
vices at 11 a.m.    and    7 pja   Class' :"u,h fl,rUs "r "1,e ^rfia<- s,rpal
meeting at  L0 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.  m,  Epworth league.  Monday,
at  S  p.  ut.    Rrayer  meet inc. Wednesday  at   S  p.m.
y��r  d*\
earden,
ia] ad   ta   the   ultima
As ye; it is only a I
parous    Carsalttg    comntonity
runiVliera, ar*   producing   se\.
died doi.his a:i acre from pi
REMOVAL NOTICE.
* We are moving froi\i our present
Office on Columhla street to SJ? Car-'
jiarvon street, where we will still continue In tho same business of team-
lnu, draylng, wood and conl/
i We desire to thank our friends for
ihe liberal patronage accorded us in
our old stand, and trust we will still
meet tbem iand a lot of new ones ut
our new place.
BELYEA & CO.
Office phones, 150 and TA2.
Coal office phone 819.
of  tha
rtb uiiti
a, Uuiots
' e as a
ig. irus-
. . where
nil  hum
^^^^^^^^^^^^       'ato*.   ir
um.'thy of anj one of seve al o^tor
vaiueis :-.nd equal t>' profit al -le crops.
But bhe time us-coming, and tha.lveiy
short I;.,, when *-, <ery five aci es t*t Hlis
jii.mu .'.tt.*. irart wDt(luppOr aamily,
ami tlniH. drtv��loped to tlu ultimate.
uill ba pouring into the t larltarts of
tho^ grmt city a, bounty of fruM. ber-
I'rii's, daily aad' ponfuy [Trodn_ts al-
SAl'I'FUTON MI:TI10DIST ��� BBavj'ImoW 4iitHci<fr��r rt) fcoi itsv e\ argrow-
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at (ing popultuion-. For. like tin- famous
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun lay school at I Land' o' Gosli��-n. at the mout.Ti of tbo
2:'M p.m. Epwoith League on Monday I Nilit. .mil mutvy otjier far-famed delta
ai g n.m, Uev. T. (Iriffetbs w.ilB lands,, LulU r*lanrt Is tbe rioleat and
n    In    the    morning,    ami    th��|,moBt   ld��ml bir of lartn land  in-all of
i rich  roraging as
l^1" _U"mmer' nionlhs.
and
\*r\ enjoyed    to:   tho ||
No co\er or shelter
- .,\ck has been mar-
WEARABLES
Marked  for   Quick  Selling
Wool Gloves I   Overcoats
SO cts.     $800
I AND UP
Wool I Wool
Lined Mocha j 25c.
KNOX I'UKSr.YTEUlAX���U. 7. H
G. Thompron. M.A.. pasiw. Piddle
worship; Mouning service, ll a.m..
evening, 7 p, m.; BI>le das* and
Sabbath school. 2:30 p.m.; Y. P, S ( .
E., Monday at S p.m.; prayer meeting.
We Inesu'ay, 6 p-m.
preacu      _
pastor In the evening.   At the evenun;
service the duet "Light  at   Kveniide",
will be rendered by Miss Chastey antf
l'fl. HiftilSins-.
Western Canada. Hero iintensivo
famnttg wllfl tlirtre and Insri lucra-
tiv��, ��von more so than It. haa done
In ftUfflfir firvorett parts fit rhe West.,
for nevur wi��t�� evtnditions tmr the prot.
is necessary, .- _
keted in January tax February in a
geoit condition as- after long month
of grazing in th-i Tush sum trow held-
Wltfi ideal clinnufe conditioos. ri��'li |
sril. profitable markets ami all thel
conveniences oi modern lite. Lulu fs-1
land is indeed an lClysiarr. Field Gir j
tbei prospbetife se<tler who wishes to j
enjoy country ltfe and w t?l not bet
far removed (ran the dry
Tiie commission merchants of van-'
C&uvei eslimatH. that .tliey. import fnun
th# east and: from California aninuilly
ovuj-  21,Q00 d'izea of   eg^s, or   more
U_sn   (60  carloads.    Tleae  is   L'Ji.uun
to   160,000  ponuds  of  poultry  shipped
from east of the Bockio*. and ths butter   produced by   local   dairynusn   is
���mly   a   drop   iin   the  bucket    a* compared   with   the   actual  needs   of   the
eily       1'ivwwies,   stuail   fruits.,    vege
iabieu and all the vastety of fjrm.prorj
ducts thatiare needed to feed a great1
city   ar��y.   Stnported:   by   the,   carlonil,
from   ea.*ivrn   sectiSMS,   because   th*]
local  fatmere are  t��ot able  lo  supitiy
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
Tenysre>lUo^4f^Serda;;
��*R* tthS t -1 S
January 28, for tne <-> f Uie
lans of which arc now built on lo5a.
ST. ANDRKVV"S PRE8SYTERIAN
���Uev. .1. S. Henders4>n. pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
schooland Bible class at 2 .'.tti \y,m.
Morning subject. "The Divine    Pres-
lence and Direction";  evening, "True
1 Religion."
j    ST.  STEPHEN'S  PRESBYTERIAN
i     Services  at   11   a.  m. and  T p. tn.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
EAST,     "*Tn������v  . m & ! aw. .-T
CHURCH
as   .n- this rlc��
silt deposits  tl
street.
may   bn
avenue near Sixth
Plans  and   specifications
, seen at my Office, corner Slxt|i stree"
. and   t'larkson  street,   New   weitmln-
esJur-
BURNABY      METHOMS'
-Corner  Wghth  street nnd
Third avenue, 3*nw}��*j  R^.
ick L. Carpenter, pastor.    I t��h\ic
ship. 11  a.  m. and   .   P- m.
school.  2:30  p.  m.    Prayer
Tuesday, 7:30  p.  m
Thursday, 7:30 P- ni.
CHAPK^-
, Tliirid    and
s  M(lKlr��Iey.
FUKE     METHODIST
Klgbth ,street,
S,Ldwest.br UnV t��.dcr. not neces*
By accepted.
C.
between
Fourth ii venues.   Rev. <��
Sunday school.   <> <**n> F"
lass meet*g.  it a-���*.
sermon    ,-���**'
ItabJa   eullfx-atlon   of
gmtmd' so' propitious
Isltiflil forsiwd hy the
thai miljhttr Eraser.
Pin- tmttiH'd e��nt��irles tkm unceasing
currents mt ths Fraser ri\rr havo b^en
uafherintr from tho soil nf the empire
through ��rhich It IJ 'ws, i-i. thnt Is nieti
ami mitrStfons anil hest for plant; life
Mid dapvtdtinj.   it  on tli�� delta sst Its!
'Mttna-ry. As this soil, fhe eRBetiv* of i
phosphorous, pot ish and nttrogun,.and ',
.11 tlitxw elemei.ts which bring rego-
iihrioiT tii Its  highest standai-vl^ was
{graduafry deposited  at the mirtith  of
stream  fo  pn.' t  on  either   sille   and
form tbe port i and south fooks. leav-'
Ing Lttlu Isln; id, tht* richest 'nt all tlw-
Dettn country,  nes*llhg   belween   It*
estuaries.
tt Is dlffle lit. Imlecd.
stvety  describe   Che  rlchn��Bs  rtf  tbfs
long setVn-
ons iwr me |nmr *..,.,.   ...��...���,.   ...
smnlU tracts. of j the dewwnd.   And jet Vuijmauver ljas
,-     ����� .    ~.i��.ltv���   (roof
wor-!
kuwtay
meeting,
choir practice,
at her wary back rfoor a g.lrden tract
of  80(00) acres,  capable off produ.ring
annually,  under  'Jltensive  cultlva.oioii,
over   $4,100,01)0   ��orth  of  every   kind
of fsxin- produeai which Hps city soeds
���Hltrtnst  enong/i,   if   not enoivflh to
fe��B her  125.0*09 peoph*    The  devel-
opineni   of   tftjs    back-door     garden
mwn* better and cheaper  fosd1 sup-
pi tos   for   tho people   of   Vancouver.
Tt|��-   snpplytag    of    these    products
t.tunas   proRpsrlty   at��d   the    develop-,
nent of a  wonderfij community  for
Btrfti Islatuf.   What Vnncowor heeds
i and   what   Lulu  IsUnd  reods  la  4f00
ranchers Mtd> their famlllrw,. one lt\m-
' lly for o��wry five seres oa tbe isifand,
nnd   sine* these . ranchere will   profit
In an eiruat if rfcot greater proportion
. , Ir.dtvWfmtfty than will these communi
ty) romprehst*-, t ies Ihwmselves, lt is considered extremely probaM* thai fhe ranchers
will be found.   Then Lulu Island will
^^^ Gloves
$1.00
Heavy Sox
$1*00
Heavy Wool
Underwear
75 cts*
Mitts
and
35c.
Warm Caps
$1 ana
$1.25
Goat
Sweaters
SO '
M.
Phillips
CLOW, Architect.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New
Dis-
Westminster Land District
trist of New W��*tmin.te,  .
ji;'-f'v^r.w^rr
=rrp::S-S'--
scribed lands
pastor.
vlre llj a.m.
prayer service. 7 p.m.,   	
, p.m.;      mid-week     prayer     meeting
'Thursday 8 p.m. .       :,
COLLINOWOOD METHODIST���
Services at 11 a. tn. and 7 p. in. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Kpworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m.    Duiulonal.l school
' " and Sunda>
Jones,
soft without golirg Into J '��ng screni-i **i*a v*. �����---, -_r--,
title dlsse.r tatloif, but 'et~ft sutlle* to become one vt the _reatest nnd most-
say thnt some of It ba. been atnlli- productive truck, gardens In fhe world,
vated for twenty year;-, and ts no'/ and Yancouver wlll be able to ent.iy
'more pn llflc l"n Its ptrid'ict'oD than dew-laden product fresh from the
lever beP-jre.    We  have, then, sr  la 1 i   early morning fields ns n steady diet.
���i j j-         ������
The Wardrobe Clothier
671   Columbia St. New We��tmin��ter, B. C
cker- house; Benlfe at - t .
Itlota  ��choo1 St 3 p.m. ll***.
���per- pastor.' ���	
PH1TRCH   OF   CHRIST-305    nur-
GHU5SfnW.lght, preach*, ^n
��� vices    11   it.m.   and     I   P.m-
CXlee. every day at 8 p.m.
Insurance at Lowest Possible Rates in Regular Licensed Companies
If you think you are paying too muck for your insurance, consult ihe.
i
P 0 Box 594
lot  No
erman
aniTTH   WESTMINSTER   METHO-
Northwest   Corj��r,':,tbence     SOUTH w^        Tlemy wlllK)n,
rfiK^'M^?S2��r?TBw  BChool  nt    10  a.m.
?i&S0i��orTOoXeCUrh. Sfch service at 11 a.m.
le^fnorUiTnd'we^t along beach to P.KSUVTF.mAN-
,h' mencement   and    containing    320 MJW    WU     ^ ���e
less.       !ra     nastor.     Public   worship   at   11
|?;Am. 'and   7   p.   m.     Sunday | ,chocl
at 2:30 p. m.
comm< 	
acres more or^       ckErMaN.
j   A. LEWIS, Agent.
November 29. 1M0-
Alfred W. M�� Leod
P��o��ts Orrict 62
Rts   25?
MctLROY,
Phonb   RV2-   ,
62* Hamilton St., or   ,      J
GOSPEL HALlr-Cmner of Sixth
.Si Ninth st-eet. F.vang?ll.st
'fi  j   House will'me^ch ^t l^inj
INTBTtNATIONAL [S^LE   STOD-
.-.r., -,-,*        ���       ���   ul        Pft'^TS       A'SSOeiAtlON- Meetings,
Vanstone Heating snd Plumbing    Co^ BNW g *��*&��$
pods, KB Tank.. Etc.. Etc.     tt. tn. j   |    '
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II.SCRAI.CL IS
NYBCSIN15S
Agencies at: ���
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Mijc'r;   ... -    ���'���..���;    ; ���*
��� Van'coovef', Victoria, PrltVce
Rupert, Nelson and Quesnsl
Fire., Liability. Live. Stock.
Lir t, Acci dent, JHotor Boat.
Automobile., Plate Glass,
/���Urine and all other kinds
or Insurance placed at better
RAXES THAN OTHERS WRITE A a.
_SW-r^^-'������ *
lETMEQOOTt
)\0l) MY RATES '
{.
Agencies ^.''~^_^_^_^_^_^_
ChUllwack, Mission, Haney,
Langley, Abbottford, etc. \
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14,
1911.
City News
i
with Johnson s Vri-piir
servos and brln. 8 out natural beauty of
the wood. It produoes a rlob, lutistic
finish, to wliich dirt and dust will not
adhere. Jusi trv it and you will see how
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish tor All
Wood " Use it on your tloors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
tor all dancing tloors.
You can get Johnson s free book. The
Proper Treatment tor Flours. Woodwork
and Furniture" nnd these preparations ot
ANDERSON & LUSBY(
COLUMBIA STREET
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More than one are Investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
John Oliver, reeve of Delta, was a
;uesf at the Windsor hotel Hist night.
The e'ection is over. Next thing of
importance is the big masquerade at
the Pythian rink, .Monday and Tuesday.
**
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
Conductor Clark, of the H. C. E. H.
Chilliwack train, hart th�� misfortune
yesterday to fracture his thumb. He
will he ahle to attend to his duties as
usual.
Modern home on Twelfth street;
large lawn, fine view, f Hum; terms to
he arranged. See White, Shiles ft
Co.
The interruption to C. P. ft', traffic,
caused by snow blockades, still continues. No mails from tho oast have
been received since Monday.
Monday and Tuesday are the big
days next week. Masquerade at the
Pythian roller rink.   Bl_ prizes.   **
Qeorge Attrill, of Mellon. Sask., Is]
a visitor in the city.
II.  Fisher,  of  Port   Hammond, was1
in the city yesterday on business.      I
'
Full  66-ffot   lot   on   Fourth  avenue,
near   Second   street,    comfortable    7-1
room   house   with   full   cement  base-
ment,   only   $3000,   easy   terms;   only |
small   cash   payment.    White,   Shiles
& Co.
Judge W. Norman Bole, K.C, has
been sei*ously ill for the past ten
days.
Prizes worth while will be given
for tlie best costumes at the masquerade at the Pythian roller rink on
Monday and Tuesday. **
The girls of the Hockey,club of tlie
Royal City High school entertained
tlieir friends at a concert and informal dance at St. Barnabas hall yesterday evening. About fifty were present.
For Delta acreage, large and small,
priced right, see Keid, Curtis & Dorgan, TOG Columbia street. **
In St, Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church on Sun-lay night. Mr. Oilles) ie.
the well known local singer, will render a solo.
Good house on three coiner lots, on
car   line,   all   in   orchard;   $4400.   on |
terms to he arranged.      See    White, j
Shiles & Co. *��
1     There will be no  football  matches
in the city today.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Ueid. next
tram office.   Phone 310. *
The funeral of Wells Murchie will
| take  place  this    afternoon    at     two
o'clock from  his  parents'    residence.
509 Agnes street.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Women's Auxiliary to the Koyal
Columbian hospital will be held on
Monday afternoon at three o'clock in
the board of trade room at the city
hall.
A meeting called by .1. W. Weart,
candidate for the Burnaby reeveship,
in Cunningham hall last evening, with
the idea of educating Uurnaby electors living in New Westminster, was
called off on account of the fact thai
I here was no local attendance.
A Further List of Bargains
FOR OUR BIG
A Iteration
Kvery day we add to the. list of special lots on sale In the various departments. On each and
every article is placed a prise, wliich we believe will speedily effect the clearance desired. All tlie
over stock nnd odd lines musl  be cleared out.    Winter stocks cannot be carried over.   Our ;>l
sale means bargains for the next  few week:
A vagrant who appeared    at    the
police court yesterday morning asked
the magistrate to send "iiiin to Jail for
a month, as he could not find work
and must eat. His request was
granted. Chief Bradshaw states that
a large number of unemploye l are
coming over from Seattle these days,
many of whom are lodged over night
in the lockup.
The Public
Supply Stores
Hundreds are availing themselves
of our low prices on House
Furnishings
You will do well to look ahead a little, Blie up your household
wains and make up your mind to secure your house furnishings during our Alteration Sale.
Heavy Bed Sheets, $2.00 per pair
Regular price $2.60 per pair. We are offering at this price, sheet3
of exceptionally good quality���and that is what counts where vou
begin to use them. Sheets are 2 yards wide, 2_ yards long, hemmed and hemstitched ends, plain or twilled English cotton, heavy and
free from objectionable dressing. Only 6 dozen in tlie lot ,per pair,
$2.
Hemstitched Pillow Slips, 35c* pr*
Regular 50. per pair. Ten cozen only, hemstitched pillow slips,
40, 42, and 44-inch sizes, made of good grade English cotton; splendid value at. 50c per pair.   Sale price, per pair, 35a
The   Educational   club   will   be
at
home to the ladies of Westminster at
Columbian college on Tuesday, from \
2 p.m. Th.e visitors will be taken "iij
a trip of inspection over the building.
Miss McNeill, of Toronto, will sing
ni the morning service at Olivet Hai -1
tist church tomorrow.
Davies Green Houses is t'ie place to I
get  bouquets,  floral  designs, and    all
kinds of cut flowers.    Plione K -OS **
The   Local   Option   league   conventual  will  be  held  in   Vancouver    on
t-e'.i'uary   IG   and   17,  when  the  work
of tie past year will be reviewed.
IS   96   YEARS   OLD  AND
STILL ON   ACTIVE    LIST
A FEW SECOND
HAND
JHEATERS
IN FIRST CLASS
SHAPE, VERY
CHEAP
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
Vancouver, Wash., Jan. 13.���Although lie is ninety-six years old and
fought in the civil war with one of
'is sons, Michael Damphoffer, a resident of Vancouver, attended coutt
lasl week in a suit he had brought
against the city to enjoin the opening of a street through his property.
Mr. Damphoffer lias owned and lived on the property since 1860. There
were two blocks and there was no
street hetween them. He had the
street fenced for all cf these' years,
and claimed the land.
Although nearly a century old Mr.
Damphoffer is strong and active. Last
Decoration day be/walked*and marched in line six miles in one day.
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.
Two Special Snaps in Lace Curtains, 95c. and $1.65 per pair
These two specials are not the only sale lots in Lace Curtains.
Every pair in our large stock is marked at a price away below
value.   A few soiled pairs nre available at half price.
One lot,  95c.  per pair
150 pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains, white, 47 to 52 inches wide,
3 yards long.   Regular price $1.35 to $1.50.   Sale price, ier pair, 95c.
At $1.65 per pair
Ninety pairs of White Nottingham Lace Curtains, 50 to GO inches
wide. " yards long; regular values up to $2.26, Sale Price, per pair,
$1.05 '
56 and 60  inch   Table Damask,
40c. per yard
Regular 50 and Ode values. Blenched and unbleache I Linen.
Damask, Cnion or nil linen, good weight, firm, several patterns, 50
and 60 inches wide, all short cads; to dear, per pair, 40c
Unreachable Table Damask, 30c per yard
Fifty-four inch unbleaeked Linen, splendid qualities, suitable for
every day use. Regular 35 and 40c value;;. All ends to char.
Sale price, per pair, 30c.
Tweed Coats, a wide
range on sale at
$12.50 each.
Values up to $20.   The
der has hem given to i
"HI     our     entire     1,1.   .
cuts   at   greater   re ! .
than  flrsl   ottered.    Out   I
price, $12.50, wil] appi
dozens    who    need    B    , ,
com at once.     This si ���
lot is made up of i wei d
plain cloth coats, with I
or senil-littlng backs, or (llie ,
styles  or   helled   backs.     Ml
si/es up to 42,    The entln
lot, to clear, each, $12.60.
A few coats left
at 5.75 each
This line has proven one
of the most popular in i ..
ready-to-wear section. We
have but a few left; in si ������
suitahle    for  misses   or   ffi
men.     Kach.   Ja.Tii.
Women's   Costumes,
i a dozen odd  sizes.)
$15.00 per suit
Regular   values     up
$29.50.     Probably   onlj
of a style and  size in die
nai. ohe\ lot, Bei ge, rhe\ 11 i
plain cloth and Btrlpe l pai
ama,     mostly     ci cue I.
sizes In the lol ; a pi i e
as   heie   menli id   cann
fail to Interest the i ei t
Bearch of a new suit.    \V<
clear  these  odd   Cost UH I
$16 each.
Two Suits,$27*50 ea.
Regular   values,   $36  an I
$37.60, One suit is In b
diagonal,   and   the   othei-   in
inn broadcloth.     They
faultlessly  finished in t 11
wai i   newest   styles,     B
price, $27.60.
One Suit each at
$30.00 and $35.00
Beautluflly flnlshe I, tail
ed  suits, the season's  m
est   styles;    coats   are   - ll
lined;    collars   and   cuffs
\ elvet, materials are In dis
onals.    in    nice    shades
green.
I
f.m
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
-_r.-TJ_
MfiiiMaUMMH
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
for the Ht lid iy Trade
All Prices.      All Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Hlock.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, U.O.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Offered in Berlin.
Berlin, Jan, 12.���Seven million do)
ars of the 6 per cenl bond issue of
the St. Louis & San Krai ci3CO railroad will be offered for public subscription iu this city by Frankfonl,
Hamburg and other German financial
centers ami Lazard-Speyer-Elllssen, of
Franklord. The ii-sue pii e In tier-
many is 88.
AFRICAN    TRINKET   SHIP.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid dp  $6,200,000
Reserve         8,900,000
The Hank has 17.r> branches,
extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to the l'acitk. In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Itleo, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every  flanking  facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Will   Visit   Over   100   Ports  and   Barter   With   Natives.
New York, Jan. 13.���Not since the
abolition of the African slave traffic
has a ship been desiatched from New
York with a geneial cargd for th-j
purpose of bartering with the natives
of the dark continent until today.
Sailing tiiis morning, the Carl W'or-
mann, of the Hamburg-American line
will steam for West African ports on
the, first of a series of voyages in
which American and German products
wlll he exchanged for products of the
coast.
More than mu ports scattered along
the west coast of Africa will be visited by the "trinket ship." Practically none of these ports has any regular medium of exchange. The vessel will put oft knives, mirrors, beads,
soap, paints, pipes, perfumery and
other articles from the heart of Broad-
way, receiving in return Ivory, ebony,!
nuts, gum, ginger, palm kernals and I
oil.
The skipper is familiar with the
vanities of the tribe leaders. Sweat-,
ets and silk hats have a place In this '
cargo as liave also phonographs and
gavanlc batteries to tickle the feet of
the most solemn and dfgnlfiel citizens. The trip of the Wormann will
take three months. j
>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$
Lots il
i
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t
i
Good Building
Small Price and Easy Terms
EDINBURGH STREET���Nine fifty-foot lots with fine view, overlooking river and gulf; handy to car. Price $500 each. Terms, one-
third cash, balance to arrange, on easy payments.
8IXTH STREET���One extra fine lot, all cleared und in orchard,
on car line, lane. For a medium priced porperty this is one of the
most desirable in tlie city. Price $750. .Terms, one-third cash;
balance to arrange.
Vanfcouver
F.J. HartS Co., Ltd.
���     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove < j
January furniture
Sale in Full Swim
We Furnish
Your Home
for Less
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and Fourth Streeti   New Westminster.
Phone 829.

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