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 Port Mann |
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES &
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
4V\
2lA	
TYPEWRITERS
) rS^dardj, M*Ke jlS Per  Month.
(WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WE8TMINSTER.
,(.n'i(|i'l .��.MliHs!*'''l
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MOXDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1911
" DtLlVERY   1CH1CAG0 Will STOP~]jft[��f(f^
lyi $
*taam~    niTrnixTft r\!in��i     _r\ ft _PI/    TA    r A \W%h  -.��. .   *>-*. nn inrr
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BE EXTENDED   RUSH BACK 10 EARM
^master Sends Rsport to First Real Attempt to Check
Ottawa That Roads Are' Exodus of People Essayed
in good Condition.
With  the  exception  ol
thai   1 art   of
in Middle West.
WW JUST CLOSED
City Made Remarkable Strides in Industrial Develcpment
in 1910 ���Auditor's Report was Biggest Feature ���
Prosperity and Progress go Marching on.
TWO AVIATORS
DASHED 10 DEATH
John B. Moissant And Arch.
Hoxsey Toppled Into
Eternity on Saturday.
1      :"wllc    does not yet boa.t of
:      ,,���  "oade, lt 18 altogether prob-:
, "      1:1 delivery by carrier to aU
,\h,. citv will in'  naugurated
Jieffo   Otuwa   on   Saturday   by
,,���.     |    \V    MacDonald.      Hie
:;rpari  Of'thecltj   ban now been
j      Zcto to order to ascertain at
u        Chicago, -lan. 1.���What is said to bo
city   wbicb   lies  across   tbe   river   the  Hist  real attempt  of a great   clt)
Known us South Westminster,LQ ,.h(.,.k the tremendous rush "back
section of tlie town on Lulu (^ ^ tan_.��� ,m { U) UiVU tll(, lhle of
travel citywards will be shown in
Chicago's latest tiling in shows���the
dty show, to be held lri*the Coliseum
next  spring.
Everything in a city thai    can   be
placed on exhibition and that  might
iHtract   a  prospective resident   wlll  be
shown.    The attractions  ol   Chicago8
uarks, boulevards, theatres,   restaurants     apartments,    bathing    beachesj
and the thousands of things that go
ZmlSw I.,- em* <��    ���   "*",���, SUM mat"- ���������� bome. In
'       ��* "" h" ffmuwa   % Ci    ; "Ln!. and vows will be *%*����
U 'lepartment _AL/?n JaUdL.        I tt can all be bad in ( Mcago suburban
life.
Nineteen hundred and ten
haa pass- the charter given two years before to
ed  Into  history.      Father Time   has1 the Stave Lake Power	
completed another lap in the world's Local    Improvement.
race, and Westminster stands today. On February 21, tlie council went
in a more prosperous condition than on record as favoring improvement of
it ever stood at tbe end of any previ- the streets under the local improve-
oub twelve months in her history. ment plan. The idea was taken up by
The general hist >ry of the city dur- the residents of Columbia street east
in. the year just closed has been and that work is now going on, but
considerably alike its predeeessirs��� { ule ratepayers of Second ~.eet turn-
men have died; others have come to ed down tiie plan and the indications
take their places; bouses have sprung are that tlie work of improving Third
.,   k.icim.kkcs bave been estab-1 street und -i--^B^
Two of America's foremost aviators
plunge:! from the sky to death Saturday���John B. Moissant, operating a
Iileriot monoplane, and Arch. Hoxsey
up;  new businesses bave been estab
lished; accidents liave happened; mistakes   have   been   made,   and   all   the
usual detail that goes to make up one
year  in  a city's  life has   come   and
gone, but in the perietal history two
or  three   facts  of   epoch-making   importance stand out  from the rest cf
the occurrences like great lone trees
which stand out against tlie sky after
their weaker brothers have succumbed to a devastating conflagration.
Tbe     famous    report    cf    Auditor
Cotsworth -was   the   thing
not
street  under the same plan may
lie proceeded with.
Population   Is   12,705.
On January  '_'",, it  was   announced
that the city's population was 12,705,
land  on  March 14, it  was  announced
that the assessment of property in the
I city   was  $7,445,000.      The    first   an-
! nouncement was received with disappointment  by  the   majority   of   cil
zens wbo had an idea that New Westminster contained more people.
On April 4 the salaries of the mayor
I and aldermen were raised by a reso-
brothers' biplane camp. Moissant was
killed in New Orleans and Hoxsey ln
:.os  Angeles.
Molssant,    who    had    achieved    a
reputation for dai ing verging on recklessness  even  among  his  fellow  airmen, died  on a flat ear whi'e being
rushed to a New Orleans hospital. He
had pitched   headfl; st   from   his machine while 100 feet above a swampy
Uell  at  Haraban,  twelve  miles from
the centre of tbe city, whither he bad
flown to try for the Michelin cup for
endurance won   Friday    by    Maurice
Tabuteau in France.
The scene of Moissant's   death   is
PRICE FIVE CENT8.
NINETEEN ELEVEN
CAME IN QUIETLY
Westminster Welcome to
New Year Was of The
Sober, Sedate Kind.
The King Is  Dead, Long Ll e the
King.
Nineteen hundred and ten hns passed into history, and nineteen eleven
much fuss, at
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Westminster.
Song of the  churches    held    watch
night    services,   and    the    Salvation
Army hell a   service   on   Columbia
street, beginning about midnight, after  which they marched through tlie
city  serenading tbe sleeping inhabitants.   At tbe B. ('. lv K. depot a small
crowd gathered, perhaps two hundred
in all, and when the clock Announced
tbat it was morn, they tired off a few
fireworks,    and    cheered    feebly.    A
number of church   and   other   bells
were    rung,    some    steam    whistles
shrieked in the cold night air, and It
' was; all over. ^B
Early In the evening there were
V JOI1I1     n.     iVlUlBSO..   I,       um'	
ed into History, anu mumscu c>��>��>
eriot monoplane, and Arch. Hoxsey, was ushered in witnout much fuss, at
leading member of tbe Wright least in tbe city of New Westminster.
-ii...' hiniane camp. Moissant was! Straff of  tlie  churches    held    watch
i���      Early in the evening wi- "<="=-
- ���    rV   ?J��*~ Jd considerable number of people moved
between the    Mississippi    mer    *na| bv the honday spirit promenading Co-
Lake Pontehartrain.   lt is a region �� (   ���       a  gweet  and  passlng lnto  and
I department   aw        ,lV-,!av
''.   SC.     .      ann.ry  '���'. audit  Is
maa hoi  lavs d0M for ���
'     likt'ly a,f'        ha     as   here  is al-
'   *�� .  .'��� id ��� ^cumulated busi-
"^.ftfffiSa op after the noil-
,!(,.s to be616*"   probabilities   are,
'">' WW��atmlnater��a   claims
owever, that we * cn;( o{
will be conawerea ve aeci������ 	
���  present month. Mn,.n m.  large  exhibit
The request of    <>stma. be : towns at thl
aid that  the ^'V;    .,',,,,.;1(    the and  apartm.
of   two
^_        Roads Approve Idea, ^^^^^^^^
SSSSSJ2ST&5 S_ ��*j* S SU be .*��**^���-
���,. ton have app - -   ol the,tto *���       I S^*************m
idea   and   the   lUIno I    Central
pledged an exhibit. : b_
Mavors  of  Beverat   of  uie  ��i
have declared tbcirintei^on^^-
Reai estate men
Moses   13.   Co.sworin   wa-     ...     	
"  | t-u\.    _..HV_	
that stirred up tbe most talk and the  iation of the council,
most bitterness, but for material good 1     0n xovember 2->, the labor men of
effect on the progress of the city, the j the  city  nominated  three   candidates
- ��� ���������   ���     two  more  lines  cf | fol- aldermen and five for school trus-
flercelv  conflicting winds,    it is not' lumbia  street  and  passing into  and
^t***t    I out of stores, but as the night    advanced, the cold increased, and   the
crowds thinned rapidly, until only the
most hardy celebrants remained,    ta.
fact, had not a well loaded car from
Vancouver   come  in   about  midnight,
..       _-_���.iKi0 thut there mlKiit   have
(Continued on Paee Seven.)
am   *  - - -    TeQth avenue to   the and  apartment   hoU ��J����e^S
region of the Y. M. C. A.    After.^ 1 Vancouver   come  in   avoui  ""''"���'-'I
[no  dead for several year the project       ���      ossiWe tnat there migfet   have
5L porously revived and at a meet- ^      P^ celebrati?n at all      .^r
_S held on  February  3. it  was   de remarkaMe feature ol tte ��^
ia        n ^roceed with a canvass ��or t ft s,ngle dnnik was,
S����"o. iwci, ���� tl"   s��l f"_\.L. **** to"=iw�� �� \��2?m
.���     ���,���,     -tml,��wf�����>^;��-?. rrx���;��:ssSi*
i;'n,���. ��tlT*;OZSSm ��nno��noe'lh    ^
ern made   neei Acc0K
ADVENT OF C. N. R.
OF   IMMENSE   IMPORTANCE
I tee.
I On December 5 workmen started toi
tear down rhe shacks in Chinatown,]
i by order of the city council.
iNEW HIGH SCHOOL
STILL   IN   THE
II.. -u��� staff Deputy Postmistcr-
i,,ie 1 Dr R 1. Coulter, who is
I lJ<,ner1..,  hei e on  Thursday    on    an
<���;;-; ���j:;,,:, Sep,,, in tone,, wi,,,
if  si, - I   asked    to  support
tee  tr the   local   postmaster
S id ' "'   Coulter will look in o
il,,;< ;   mai. de!|,ery along th.
IE   H 	
& Co., Is the i
show.    A meet 11
and rallwe
afternops  In  ���/ ���
cago  Heal   K
tnator of tbe new
���f real estate men
[all will be held tMs
rooma ol tie tin-
a  board, to  take de-
Bnanclng the pro
in
- AISER
S*a\**a*9***l   ***)   **    "-     !������   ��� ���'
FROWNS   ON .'
^^^J        BISMARCK   MEMOIRS
T       1     it is authoritatively
Berlin, .an   1-J'1'^   xolume of
.-���,.  lifc,ime of  the  DWaeat   Kalaer.
Ihev  cpnUln. of    curse,     he    1
ChSoSwi own   version  of  hi    Ml
;,������ ,ower and the events which l��r
ledel and followed the blstoUc "drop
ping of the i Hot."	
machine shops. A few weeks later
tbe name "Port Mann." now famous
throughout the length of Canada, was
given to the new townsite. ^^^^_
This announcement was followed by
��� - anaoniiLtive   boom
accommodation.
/walker Outlines  Plana.
/ l0  hold  the  show
On February 2, the   school  board!
asked the city council for .150,000 for]
^^^^^ educational   purposes.      Most of this
This announcement *UD .....     .   monev was {or {\ie erection of a ne*-
a wild real estate speculative   boom, j hlgh school but lhere was some con.
in which land In and around the new   fusUm about the site  and vhen the
townsite  was  sold  for  record  prices'( matt^r went to a vote on July n the
"'"l> . I proposition was turned down by the
<��� = ��� <\.0n no alternative
donation   n>    *���*  **���   ;.,,���_ i
which tbe building wl^l sta-J
on.
On February 1
elected   president
L. B. Lusby, wa
'of   the    board   o
was iui wu ��"	
,   TrtX-  'Lid    Mr" Walker   last 1 every day for wee**- and I SaTe^   Since then no alternative
1 ant occurrence  to take l***" '^
i Royal City last year.
TRAMWAY NOW  LINKS
CHILLIWACK. JO WESTMINSTER
tion it idanned primarily to   an
s-.vi v the n��eds ot the Chicago man
j who wants to go into agriculture and
, we intend to do so without losing him
n   .     ..its a citizen,   lt Is i>lso designed   to
HanK.ofUrlnK in fresh blood to our city life    ^^^^^^^^^^
from the count rv towns and farms of ^^H
the Middle West. Following cose behind this inimport-
"A visit to the show would mean ante was fe completion of the B. C.
that in ti few hours the prospective E- R ,lno to Chilliwack. On July l
citv dweller oou'.d get a comprehen- th�� tram service was Inaugurated as
she Idea of the advantages of the fur ��8 1-angtey, and on October 3, the
various resi lence localities and where ��� through Une was officially opened and
enOn Mai 4 Postmaster Kennedy f
SiBOndtmic 19 F. C. Meyers sudde
��lftj C Dyke, formerly (
associatioBj^^^^^^^^^^^^^
MEN CAPITULATE IN
,
the    new    apartment    buildings    are
situated.    Advantages  offered  by  tbe
,,.. .  vat Ious suburbs would be shown at a
��� glance. The transportation lines,
UIIVVllDrr. riD CTDIUC ' bot�� surface and elevated, are expect-
W lWINll Lil LAH  0 HUIVt      l to make big exhibits
Railroads are expected to make the
lowest rates from nil iatts of the
country to Chicago during the week
tbe show will run that have ever
been named.
ley, and the ^'^"ff^Vroves that
four months of the >ea. ��   preatest
Bars Closed ^-. .^..
On August ^9 the council passed a
resolution letiuirlng all bars tV.. be
closed at 11 a. m. instead of at two
o'clock in the morning as had been
the ^^^^^^MH
SPLENDID YEAR FOR      . ... ,
REAL E8TATE MEN
The. past year has been remarka
ble for the rapid rise of real estate
values. In some sections of the city
they have risen over 100 per cent and
In the country districts It Is impossible to strike an average.
The    outstanding   features   of   the
movement were    the booms in Port
^^^���    am.
of the New  Year is a. ^i    .
lng the stoppage of musical evenings
^  and other festivities at twelve, these
��� .f-ri c_  i-reme ne .were few in number an' quiet In na-
LITTLE  ITEMS OP
PERSONAL   INTEREST  tu">- .     ^v .    . .   ,
I    In   the   churches   yesterday   references to the occasion were   general,
and as was appropriate, the ministers
took advantage of the opportunity to
exhort their flocks to turn over a new-
leaf.
.,    Today  will be observed as a holl-
W'ty in the city, all stores and cff*>?
^- ',ng closed.    R^the advent  g.J,
ion ~l2p:|
-<*^*mg*t and
*%>:
X
������������
'e Hit-      w*r**'-���     -
Coquitlam    and    M.-
tbe
���SS of therjarff�����2* �������� ^Si SSS"p"i^-"��n^
Hne w���l be -J.**^   on | gr^ g rU       started ^s
poing  and speculation^ was tne^ ^
Employees Who   Refused   to   Accept
Award of Board of Arbitration
Throw Up Sponge.
Winnipeg, Jan. I,���After holding out
for eighteen days, following the report
of the conciliation board, ,the employees of the Winnipeg Stieet Kail-
way company decided yesterday after
HALF  BREED   RANCHER
KILLED ON CHILLIWACK LINE
A half breed rancher named MOndy,
whose  place  is  near  Jardine  station
on the Cliilliwack line,    was    struck
and killed by the car coming towards
I New Westminster on Friday evening
apt  to iui��w...
s in  1910 will be recorded j lorui   U1 -_,��,......
flfty years from npw ls an  population' of the city
" " ******   some    of, Some Big
boons   that   was   ever    	
New Westminster.
To attempt to forecast what other
occiurentes In 1910 will be recorded)
as history flfty years from i.r.. __
impossibility, but here are some of
the outstanding events which, at the
time they occurred, were considered
of Importance.
The   Auditor.
Mayor John A. Lee was elected in
I December and  assumed  his  office ln
January.    On January 26 he suggested   an  audit   and  shortly  afterwards
Uuf of  entertainment   for  half: ^ meeting.  w��tj^,^
I thickened unual  the m ^ _
Some Big Deals.
Single deals of considerable magnl
tude were common throughout the
year. On January 14 Tillman Herring sold his farm across the river
for $30,000. On January 28, Wallace
Brothers, of Vancouver, purchased
1373 feet of water frontage above the
Fraser Mills Jor $48,000. On January
30 J. H. Vital sold Douglas Island to
a Vancouver syndicate for $30,000. On
��� ��� ..m���.������ Hrothers sold six-
Ottawa  Deputation.
A matter of recent history r.nj
which may have a vast ejfedCtpO
�� matter of recent history c.^^ >&&._.'__
A matter oi re                     t on popu]aT      W*T.?-ayfa
On A_*il -'2 Soutn v���� ^   gaky ,.^;:T^S8Br^
^i ��nNew Westminster for assist. _*>X :**__��� :7?>v
On April 22 Soutn \**ua.*.*.. .. ..,
ed to New -Westminster for assist-
in securing government aid for
lmprovemen.L,j0f the north,$t_�� o
and  flaky.......
.���/"������i'.:m_ti
���<***���_'���. *:s-W<
a^'i^M-__i^^'M
.'���Ji**
\      U1IK7, .....
car coining towards 1 jfSrory-   On January _d ue 	
wa.v w������,���_.. ""���'";,.     I..    *    v a r on briday evening.   ed   a    ,ludu   an(J  8l(0,.���y  afterwards'' v'"'���~s\,ndlpato for r,,,,,,,,  .,,
noon to return to work.   A committee   Moody   had   apparently   fallen   asleep   M���   Cotsworth was appointed to  ,,     Vol-^tf.��    .J *      ,1  V
���t���n the city council has been work-  on tbe track where it crosses Balmon ��gB�� gSSS^SR5S"on1 ^iRf^Sf&ISS
"'��� ,"'"  ,���":"������������      |ri'*ron^rl4ge.��� -*�� found htsU,e affalr9.    He worked (luleUy fori^^e wortaie   ��StS   for
"" ">r,r" ^-iMonnn. o. Alers Hankey. of Vernon,
II Uli,    **^^^^^^ __^__^__-__  l"1    v..w   --^^^ as    ,a   v . ���
lng for days to bring about peace.      j river on a bridge, and when found his
Up to ten days ago the company of-! body showed that the car had passed
fered to take back all tbo strikers ex- j over  his   leg,   severing   it   lrom   the
cept the four dismissed men, two of; trunk
cept Uie mm   ...	
whom are prominent, workers ln the
union.
Under tho now terms the company
agreed lo take back only three hun-
iliel of tbe strikers; these including
nil the married men. The New Year
will therefore open with peace lu
street railway circles.
The stumbling block ln the negothi
1   '���'   ���*'   nmnlnvees  te
Dr. Uothwell, of this city, and Dr.
McKwen, of Cloverdale, viewed the
remains, but decided that an Inquest
was unnecessary, llis body was removed to hls farm, nnd on Saturday
W. K. Fales, of this city, shipped    a
civic affairs. n�� .**,.., .
months and then asked for more ex
tended powers, which were given
him by the council asking the government to make the appointment under
the municipal clauses act. The government acceded.
The auditor read one or two Interim reports of no Importance early in
I June, and then on July 11 he read the
��� ���-' m�� final report.   It
 -^^^^. ^-*______mm___m''i\:',- V""T'~* j i June, and then on .......   .. .
will  therefore  open   wun   ���c��� casket  ln  which  he   will  be  buried, j flrst ln8tui,mont ot hlB flm,i report. It
street railway circles. probably  at  Surrey Centre. ! covered thirty  pages   of typcwrlteen
The stumbling block ln the negotla-      The motorman on the car did   not  mateTlai  and  weut int0 grea(; detail
tlons wus the right of employees to j notice the deceased, an.l In fact the I Ponrernlng   manv  (so called)   irregu-
'    "m,n<? "�� duty ln!nrBt   intimation  of  the  tragedy   w��jtorlttag w))lch he dl8COVered.   The In-
"-    ������- ������������ched the city, when;.ataUnient wa8 followed by others or
     '      ��"n-U8t   8.   AllgUS
   k ._ ��� .concerning   '''""���' .',:"... ved     The in
The BtumbUUg �������--'��~l0y6lt tolnoOW toe uj.^���- -   trugcdy   was|llirUies which ��.e mac^eied
uniform.   This      again |t waa noticed   ^    to
the marble worns   m��-   .-....���	
$22,000, G. Alers Hankey, of Vernon,
being the purchaser.      On   March 7,
1300 feet on Lulu Island was sold to
F. L. Huckley, of Vancouver, for $70,-
000.    On April l, the stores and the
ground   on   sixty    feet   of   Columbia
street, just east of the R. C. K. H. offices, was purchased by a local syndicate  for $r>".,000.    On August 31, VV.
J. Walker sold sixty acres near Port
Mann for $48,000.   On October 17 the
northeast   corner   of   Columbia   and
Begbie street was sold by Robert Ken-
-  .no nan
����.l��Bl-tl�� rale oi,.�������-���;^ced   ,h��t   lk����   ���"
x-,-������. ���,- ��-*jjijj��ra51 is* -j_--jwre
off duty even In unlform^^
3! bl��f iiwite anf ^ r chil
Moody leaves a v>He ano
dren
���*��W?^^. *���*'���"
^^ - . nedv for $78,000.
st ailment was louoweu u,   ���...iers on      u  wouU.  be  aimo9t  Impossible   to
July If,. August 1, August 8, August  tabulate all the large deals that were
11 and August 10., The reports caused  put through during the year, but the
a wave of blterncss   anl   dissension  few mentioned above wlll give some
which has not yet subsided.     There idea of the extent of the real estate.
were insinuations and   charges  made business during the year.
against ex-civic officials and ex-alder-      fn r?ai estate circles the year will
grew;   meetings   w��.�� -
plot thickened until all the-inunici.    '-���?**&('.'._#*'���- -*���*-   --.-. j��
ties west of Westminster on the 1 rrf.^^^^^y/J.^^v.v..'"^     .,_
ser were involved.    On   December 1 ''::.--.\y^:-^fi^^^'*.'.:^.J^'
the deputation, consisting of repre?enk      ' ^''i^'-'^'..?.*j____U^ ft
tative  men  from  all  the  municipali^^.    ~'^_&_l****m**m*******'' "*$W
ties along  the left  for Ottaw: IK^J| V^Ml
and there  obtained   assurances   ttr ���^^^^^^^^^^m**^*1**
Uie river would be improved so th ' NO WINNIPEG, MAN.
it would provide a deep water higi ..
way second to none in Canada.        t. "
SOME FEW THINGS ^
WHICH MIGHT HAVE BEEJ^*
A history of the city for the
year would not be complete wit
reference to some of those tl-
���vhlch, while causing consilerabl
terest, at the same time they
broached, are almost now nutnb
*mong the things forgotten.
First, of   course,   come   the
school, the history of which ls
ten above.
At the first of the year plans
prepared for a new city Jail, bu
is all that was ever done and alt!
lt was thought at one time that re, a
would be  proceeded  with. som��
known cause Intervened..wK: down
lice  ate  still  busln-llie   distributer,
old worn-out stapfkes in front just as
Thevr.   M^LMm
Tha^lma
\>
 ���  -hist ex-civlc officials ana �������� |. ;��r - mbered  a8  havlng^en^ ff    *W*W*9   WW ***** 9 B>=**>*f*W   *V  ^ W r
m ��������� cHURcnlm- ^.^ ^j^^^t&M swg & fcel, and better baking results.    The
ma44P^ not only docs its work better but at less cost than
^"^^SIS^WJE?!^ has not yet heentakenl      ^^ ^ _
1 -xr L.i 4- i.r~. 4-^ a.r^.. 4-1-in TTrl-io1f> cn-nnririr rhnnpf>11nr Twrtncinle of economv
The tremendous expansion   {MJ^
lines of the British t oluinl a r oI
Railway company_ m    heen jo Tuuteenth.s ��et  helo* fap
many directions during tm .
,lnd ,he ^e'dllnt a consulting cn-
has considered tn.u ���**- super-
glncer should be appointed to s ,
vise the mechanical      J��        Q   u.
,��_,.   The result has beenJjat 	
*',. Conway, an eminent ���engUH        the  St.  Luke's has                          a,OUDW��� .    -       -.        --
supervised the   honrtruown                aUoratlons that   ^"uencUtei   making municipal Items w.'way,
Aberdeen  waterworks  ami   n'��^   iin.lni.m)el.tte8   unusually   nc    ^^     Aj Other_inun. w^ ^, jw
I asked for less   coughing   and   other
noises ill bis church.     ^^^^^^^^^
Dr.   Steele  says  coughing    annoys
the  choir,  as  well  as  thc  preacher,
j and generally disturbs the worship.
He explains that the" uudltorlum of
recently    undergone
render   its acoustic
no action.
The report has not yet been taken
up thoroughly by the council and is
neither rejeted nor adopted. Aud'i
tor Cotsworth ls still working.
MUNICIPAL MATTERS
EMBRACED MANY Ttj
supervised  the    const.w*,* ,   ,u,rations in.*���    'J: ute,   making municipal items w.'
���ass ftxi\& 52-s sasr-sf ��w����#.�������* gi��*8 _i
as to whether he slioum t      say8 ^  un^ ^ myor L
position. ,    Vancouver
Mr. Conway has been inr Y0l"rneyed
the past fortnlgMandhaBjourn^
over thc company s lines jio*n
city and on the lines running into
suburbs  and  the municipalities
agreement   .
On January 10 the cl
, iratrCSueLe^SBY
Au.tra.ian Gold Projiuctlon to ���pom   attempted ,EET.
AustSa P-duced gold ^Mj ����� 31. the Wester_	
l $61 222,278 last year and   New ^       ^ wwe gt46.
i iiii^^^i^^^^^^^^^fl
We can demonstrate to-you the whole superior Chancellor jpftnciplc of
_.ff'i_.-->��t��w in Inn miniit.PS.
economy
WC   t-itll   UClllUllOKluliv    aiaj
and efficiency in ten minutes. ^^^h
Isn't it worth that much of your time right now ? ,  -.���.>    ���   .    -   ���
The Chancellor is made for either coal .or wood.   Other Gurney-Oxford designs
of every sort, for every purpose and all kirids of fuel, on display on our floor.
Special demonstration now. -   v, ��� . .
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
681 Columbia Street Q
'���fii,
1RNEY-1 m
PAGE TWO
HE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY.   JANUARY   2
1911.
WANTED.
WANTBO���by  AN   experienced
coat and dressmaker, work by the
day. Apply Miss .McLean, 411 Tentli
street.
WANTED���A GOOD NURSE Clltl.
for small family. Appbly 201 Colum-
'    bia street west.
WANTKD���A GUM. TO HELP IN
general housework. Apply 227
Queens avenue, or 667 Columbia
street.
WANTED���A GIRL TO DO GEN-
oral housework. Apply Mis. A, E,
Kellington, 44 Leopold  Place.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate    Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.
ACREAGE    IN    THE    VICINITY    OF
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
FORTY ACRES good land near the
site of the big elevators soon to be
established on the l-'raser river, we
can deliver this for a few days al
$200 per acre on easy terms. investigate this ;.s it is a moneymaker,
TWELVE   and   two-thirds     acres     In
Coquitlam   near  the  growing town  of
Port  Moody, ibis will be .ood subdivision property very soon, as it i.s
the hi. host  land in the district.
History of Westminster
in The Year Just Closed
(Continued from Page One.)
no  section   in
was found
Of damage
tonic .small
rees   badly
We have some
good
acreage
in
B
urna
by adjoining
the
���il v
11 mil
s
at
vol..
reasonable prices.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOK PRI-
vate boarding house; flrst class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 613 Agnes
street, city.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in tlie vicinity of New Westminster, Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings sireet east.
FOUND.
FOCND���A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for either man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at any time free of charge with E,
Greyell, 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSlxth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
HOMES ON  EASY TERMS.
SEVEN roomed house and two sixty-
six fool lots, on Fourth avenue,
near   Queens   park;    $4500;   easy
terms.
DOUBLE corner on Sixth street car
line; all In frull trees, modern
house, seven rooms; $-1-100, small
cash payment, balance .in Installments every six months.
DOUBLE corner on Princess street,
two houses bringing in good revenue; $1800 lor the. property,, will
accept small casli paymenl and the
balance can be arranged as rent.
WE have some excellent building lots
in the west end of tbe city on easy
terms: get hold of some property
befoie Ihe big advance which is sure
to come.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate   Agents.
628   and   746   Columbia   st.
New   Westminster.
Engineer Gamble said tbal the excavation was cn langering Columbia
street, and be wanted Hie railway to
construct a retaining wall. The company withdrew its men and its steam
shovel and work on the Btatlon is just
where ii was on thai chilly morning
when Engineer Gamble exercised liis
authority,
The New Hospital,
li was thought that the year 1010
would see ihe commencement of the
building of a new hospital, but although Hie committee succeeded in
raising about #100,000 for Hie purpose
a controversy arose over the site and
work on the building lias not yet been
started.
The   Grandstand.
The never-failing subject ol' a new
grandstand for Queen's park came up
last year stronger than ever. A
scheme was promulgated whereby ihe
city was io build the grandstand and
receive one-third of Hie proceeds lor
all lime. It looked like a good invest-
nitiiT bill when Hie bylaw went before tlie people it was defeated. Tbe
old stand did the season's work the
same as usual.
Water   Lot    Rents.
Early in liis term of ofiice Mayor
l.ee announced that he was in favor
of raising the rent, on the water bus
leased by ibe city to private parties.
None of llu- leases have expired yet
and whether tlie mayor's agii.ition
will baic any effect ibis year is a
matter of doubt.
ported  that  there  was
Surrey withoul a lire.
When il was all over i
tbat not a great amount
had been done, all hough
farmers had their resoi
crippled.
Westminster    Lucky.
From lire and accident, Westmln
ster lasl vear was luckily lice. In the
city limits there vvas prob ibly uoi a
Blngle man killed llV :1" Industrial ac
cldent, and the fatalities around tl -
country districts were also remarkably small.
'I he fires which occurred ill llu- i i'
are scarcely worth mentioning. The
vvorsl occurred on Lulu Island, and
I hen only a lew old sheds were bUl'-Ul
up. l-'ire broke mil once in Hi'. I In v*'.
residence, hut the prompt action of
i he    firemen    prevented what   won d
Undoubtedly   have   been   all   expensive
blaze.
rig
the
at   Murraj i
contents of
corner,   discharged
shotgun   Into   liis
The   lasl
have  been
I vv o
. .ar
months of the
ol violent deatl
5 ear
s.
the  year
zation in
oils   I ban
teen or
all,I,.i;
SIR
WILFRID   LAURIER
WAS  GUEST OF  CITY
there
the
l   lb.-   men,
fourteen pia., ,
western ed, ��� ,,���. , >�����
American continenta,
Season there
b'li.K   |-   .
on
lie
bad
lie
made
the ail-
visile I
I; from a
mil   lion.
notable
miiiiis-
Crime.
Tbe city was remarkably
crime during ihe year just
I he city  limits only  une c
occurred,   on Nov i mber 2
William   Bernard, a   half
free from
pasi. In
ipiial crime
lhe body of
breed,    vvas
IV,mil floating in the river at Steves
'on. (In November D, Knias Mack
md Peter sigh were arrested, charged
With his murder. It is thought thai
Bernard was injured and l hrown into the river from the Tenth street
slip on the night of September i'l.
rhe two men arrested were commlt-
Xhe mosl notuble risitor of the
Vear was nl course. Sir Wilfrid Lau
i-ler, who was ivei :omed by thousan Is
oi people in Queen's park
ernoon of Augusl 24,
Westminster on his wav
transcontinental trip,
p. Graham
si i eches lie -
On June 5, the university co
sion, appointed b) the provincial government to de-id i the best location for a university In the province,
visited Westminster, and the mem
i ers were enter! lined by the council
ami the board of trade.
On November _7 the Technical Education commis lon  held a short   ie
sion  here   and  received   Information
from all the available sources In the
city.
On January 28 Archbishop Matheson, of Winnipeg, primate of all Canada, visite I Westminster, and on Be]
tember >;. G. it. Hunti r, one i f tbe
largest ship bull lei ol lhe British
Isles,  was a  visitor  here lot
dav.
"��� world more
be lacrosse t,.,���,   \ l:""
tliir.
thin
the
ginning of tin
fear that Con
ered together a hum
could lower the Salmo
but   il   was   soon    den
such  was ii,,i  the i ������
The Vancouver
exhibition    garni
league game on .v
pious won by a sco,
after   thai     the    chai,
never   In   doubt.    We
the  game thai   clnclu i
August 20.
Of   course   the   Clea!       .     .      .
est  centered on the  vlsl      ���   ���     ,1
from  the cast  with n .    ,
rj Ing away the Minto Cup, \
necessary in ibis , onm
dates ,-md scores:
;
I I.   We   I;:,.!;   [i
a    bill
'I
-   '
I    present    in
awaiting the
*) FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kit-1
'then, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including slock, postof-
fcfe, telephone, agency C. P. It., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
M��w Westminster. Full particu-
btW, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Hox 2\)
city. tf.
FOK SALE���CHAN I K FOR POUT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three r.oms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOK SALE���ON EASY TEKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- cl, se
to tram. Immediate possession. .Ao-
ply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOK  SALE OK  RENT   BY   OWNE
seven room modern bouse on Fny
street.    Apply on premises for
tlctilars.  or  '    '  ffnnrf-ii   �������������'
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
'jj;i Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
Tl-i     SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
Trapp   Block.
Phoi ; 711. Box  160
rdiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
_ 6, Westminster Trust Building
,   New Westminster, B. C.
:
661
Residence  Phone  133
'tJSINESS DIRECTORY
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il
��� >   ID    OF    TRADE���NEW  WE8T-
uiiaster Board of Trade meets in tne
���oard  room. City  Hall, as follows;
third  Thursday    of    each    month;
���.   irterly     meeting     on   the    tnira
ui sday of February, May, August
1  November, at v p.m.      Annual
u edngs on the third Thursday of
'earuary.     New   members  may   be
iposed and elected at any montn-
��� j  or    quarterly    meeting.      C.  H.
r lart-Wade. lecretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BAKHI8-
s    and    solicitors,   Westminster
ist Block,  Columbia street. New
���stmlnster.    w. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLEK, McQUARKIE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C.J
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
INDUSTRIAL    DEVELOPMENT
MARCHED   STEADILY   ON
On January l Gilley Brothers announced that their capital would be
increased  from $50,000 to $20,000.
On January 5 the Western Canada
Paper. Envelope and Box Hoard corn-
pan, purchased a site in Sapperton
and shortly afterwards commenced
construction. The building is almost
completed.
On March 13 the Paystreak made
her trial trip to Port Hammond, and
a few days later was put on the regular run to Cliilliwack.
On March 19 the new B. C. E. -I.
cars shops on Twelfth stieet were
opened.
On Mar;!-, 19 the Central hotel was
sold to W. Curran for $22,000 and the
same day the Royal cafe changed
hands, Seabol 1 and Jones purchasing tlie business from J.  P,  Cash.
On March 30 tlie officials of the
Fraser River Mills announced that the
company would spend $250,000 on extensions to the plant at Millside.
On April 1 the Rom in, the finest
halibut boat on tbe io,st, arrived
from Kngland and docked at the Columbia Cold Storage wharf.
On April 12 the Colonial hotel was
sold by J. Insley to C. Scbwahn for
$,10,000 and on April 20, Gaskell, Odium and Stabler, of Vaucouver, bought
out J. H. Todhunter.
On May 13 tbe managpr of the
Merchants Hani; announced that that
institution would keep open "on Saturday nights and a week later all the
other banks in the city followed tbe
example.
On July 28 the real estate firm of
Wilson, Cook & Co. was merged with
the People's Trust company, F. C.
Cook, manager of the former company, being made president of the
trust company.
The   Fraser   River   Mills   Deal.
On April 1-1 it was announced that
the Fraser River Mills had been sold
and it soon became common property
that one of the largest business deals
in tiie history of Canada had taken
place. Tbe timber limits, mills and
holdings of the Fraser River Mills,
the largest sawmills in Canada, were
taken over by the Canadian Western
Lumber company, tlie price paid being
$20,000,000.
'ed for trial ami are i
the provincial jail here
spring assizes.
Wit h i his single excej' Ion there
has not been any violence In the clt)
which is really worth recalling at the
-nd of the year.   Petty thievery, small
nd lups. drunken attempts at forgery,
etc., there have been, but tbere have
Deen no cases of crimes against worn
en;  no robberies i f more than a liun-
Ired dollars or so have Ik en committed and with the exception i f Bernard, no  murder has  been   recorded
Crime    in   District.
Throughout the Westminster distrlcl things have been different, b it
the crimes have been sordid enough
and im great mysteries baffled the
police.
The following are a few of the sei
ious ci ime s committed near New
W'esi minster last year.
January i'ii���Henry Garner dead al
Devil's Run. Three Wilcox brothers
arresti d, May ;;i. Henry Wil :ox
freed. June l, Emil Wibox fre -.1 and
Edward found guilty of manslaughter
i entenced to fifteen > ears In the penl
ten! lary.
Marcli 21���S.  Ii. Ford arrested foi
stabbing   A.   Lellon   at   Pitl   Meadows;
Lelion recovered. June 3, Ford sen
tenced to serve tive years in the penl
tentiafy.
April '.'���August Charlie arrested b
Joe Cole for the alleged murder of
Howard Wa'e at Harrison Lake the
summer before. May 29, jury disagrees. June 6, prisoner freed on Be -
ond trial.
May   29���Nishimaru   sentenced   to
hang for killing Nishizawa the prevl-1
ous fall.   July 22, pays the death pen I
alty.
September 7���George Keid murders
liis wife at ber bome at Clayburn. Tbe
body of Keid himself was found two
weeks later in the liver near Mis
sion. It is supposed that lie com
mitted suicide.
November 12���An attempt made to
poison Mr. Farrand, of Burnaby, bj
sending him poisoned chocolates! The
culprit  was never found.
November 30 ���Footpads holdup
John Oliver and take .Dm and a
watch. One man caught and sen
tenced to seven years in the penitentiary.
Longings    for    Liberty.
During tlie year several attempts
were made by prisoners to get away
from the jail and the penitentiary,'but
all were caught, with the exception of
an Indian, who made good bis escape
from the penitentiary.
CHURCH    ANNALS    INCLUDE
DEATH    OF  BISHOP  DART
The most   Imi oi taut  ev ent   In   the
year in emu cli u ffali     was I he deal h
I.i Rt, Re' . John Dart, bish p cf Wi
: minster and Kootenaj, and i he i holce
' of Rev,   \. ('. De Pern ler.   il  Vancou-
\er, i" succeed him.
On April IG Bishop Dart dii d at the
age of seveniy-i ei ind on .lune 8 a
meel ing ol i lie b> npd was i all d al
which Rev. A. I". de P< ncli r vv,
chosen. The choice lay between him
and Ven. Archdeacop Pentre it li, bu
the younger element of the clergy-
turned the i led lon In favor of the
pi ������ enl incuml ��� til
< in  June   25 the   i evs   ti    op  v.as
inns / reled.
On  July  ;   the
boat.  Columbia   ll.
\I1    he 111      Missi 111
was   la-iiu���! i d   al
t be   ways    i f   Westmiu ster    Mi 11 u
Railway.
On August 16 the Ob] le Fi thers of
Mary Immaculate hei l a i iblb e lie e
to ci lebrate ' h e flftlel h anni - ei sary of
t he i stabllshment of i hi lr order on
i lie mainland,' The celebratl >n la ited  for tun days!, and  was attended  by
about  fifty priasts.
During tbe year, Rev, Dr, T. Ward
law Taylor, pafetor Of St, Stephen's
I'reshv ii-rian church bas left the city.
Uev    c.   w    Houtghton   has  lefl    St.
July    16,    Westminster    i i
Heal   l.
July    is,    Westmln   i
Ileal   a.
September 17, We tmln ������
tionals ::.
September
tionals l.
The year was notabh
flrsl one in which Ab .
out ol  the game
Intermediates Lost.
The Ini'Tine ii ite    ��� ��� i i
ci    iul as they have bei n In tin
Thev lost consistent)}     nd   it
is,   Westminster   lost
gave Vancouver the Kill
emblematic of the umab
shi'i of British Columbia.
On  May 7 the Clt)   U   ���
Btarted    The   i he I   ��� . ���  ���
ished,  bul   the  Alerts   wei
i bamplons of the leai   i
( Hi March 21 i '"I imb ai
won the b kel all i ampl
British  Columbia.
i in   Novembi .   . I   the   > il
e Vi as foi me 1
The   less  said  abo it sel
11 e  better, foi   I sl   -. e r thi
le   the   poori   I   i how Ing    -   i ���
history.
POMPEIAN   WOMAN   FOUND.
HANDS   FULL  OF  JEWEL
Hai nabas     churi
d'Easum has bucci
drick as director <
AND  ONCE   AGAIN
THE  CUP
The ye-u- 1910 bsw
liant addition to tbe yeai
fui   lacnjBBa   seasons.     Tl
ster  team, champions  of
and   hul Iers  or  the   Minto
than   lived   up  to  tbeir   title.
It  is safe to say thai  al  the end
Rome, .lan.  L���The m  ������   Inten  i
Ing dl   ovi      foi a long i
made   ul    Pompeii      V
weie i. ir the   I        lb n   of
a new building outside I  ���
bin led citj found the pi I
a  woman     Bi th  hand
jewels.
Evldentl) the woman fli
vulcanic  eruptl n   tl al   oii
Pompeii   earn im     .. ,    >.;,!������
wns  burled  In  the d wnpo
jewels are excellently  - resei    I, hav
ing been protected from the
lava by the body.     'I hi
bracelets,   necklaces,   r'". .
mo ������ brll ' Stu bled wltl      to   ,i"'.* ;��� ,;,���
ot Buccesa   rln __���_������ -
mm*a* ">a   aat******^*^*^**
Tbey   may   bo     the     mo
b] eclmena of ancient Jewi I
ind   liev.   Can m
ed Rev. A.   Shll-
the cathedral
AYED  HERE
*****ir'i mm
the   world,
Cup,  mine
of
ered.     Bach  earring   cm,'air
cue perfect i carls, sei in gold  In Imitation of a bunch of grapes.
MANY   VICTIMS  OF
SAD   OR   TRAGIC
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading
Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,   FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
TeleDhone   12 New Westminster Box   13'
ENDS
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
I. ,T. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
'11 app block.
&    TYPEWRITING
public   stenogra-
e��<>    let-1
n.l
More   Historical   Facts.
On April 1, the tolls on the Fraser
River bridge were removed and the
citizens rejoiced.
On May 20 an open air mourning
service was held In Queen's park in
memory of King Edward.
On May 20 one hundred and seventy French-Canadians, men, women
and children, came to the Fraser
River Mills from Quebec.
On June 28, the work of the crown
timber olllcers here was cut in half by
the establishment of another otlice at
Revelstoke.
On August 2 sixty more French-Canadians came to the Fraser Mills.
On October '.', the provincial exhibition was officially opened by Premier
McBride.
On October 7. the directors of tlie
R. A. & I. society held tlieir annual
meeting. Manager W. II. Keary criticized the exhibit made by the city at
the exhibition.
October 11 Mayor Lee announced
that lie would not sign the cheque for
the $2000 grant to the K. A. & I. society until Mr. Kea'-v had apologized,
OswNovember ii Mayor Lee signed
' eque   without  having   received
.f����-
''assady  gave
of   a    new
"nvented.
In the realm of tiie tragic several
things occurred.
On February 12 B. F. Darcy is sup.
posed to bave fallen from the West
minster    bridge,   and    bis    body   was
never recovered.
On February 20 John B. Sargent
banged himself.
On Marcli 7 Colin Taylor, engineer
on the tug Cleve, fell Into the rive:
and was drowned. ujs body was
found six weeks later.
On Marcil 21 the body of Thorllef
Oddson, a young man who bad been
missing for two months, was found
floating In the river. Tlie coroner's
jury returned a verdict of accidental
death.
On April 20 a skeleton was found
In the Sapperton woods. The remains
were never identified.
On May 2 Sam Su llo fell off a dvko
on Lulu Island and broke Ills neck.
On May S the bo I.v of Edward Baxter, a Hnrnaby farmer, vvas found
crushed to death beneath a fallen
stump.
On November 0 the body of R. Bun
yon was found in a pond near the
asylum farm.
On November III Hugh McDermott.
a Uurnaby farmer, committed suicide
ln bis shack.
On November III an Indian named
Pal Joe fell off the C. P. R. dock and
was drowned.
On May 25 R. Male died of Injuries
received  at the Uurnaby sub station
when he touched a high power wire.'
On July 7 a Chinaman was killed by
a fulling tree at Deer Lake.
On  August 7 a Chinaman, nrrested
for smoking opium, committed suicide
In the police station.
On August M a Chinaman was kill
by having a roil of llneoleum fall
'm In the C. P. R. freight sheds.
'"tober 17, the bodies of John
I bis son, of the same name,
d  beneath  a   fallen   tree on
of Pitt lake.   The men bad
prospecting OXCUBlon  and
isslng for five months.
'T 211 the   only   shooting
e season occurred, when
while  getting out off u
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GENERAL  AGENCY   TRAN8ATANTIC   8TEAM8HIP  LINES. MONDAY,   JANUARY   2,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THR BE.
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
n<tsine>s Accounts opened
o_  favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000^
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   ti.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
NEGRO TURNING WHITE,
BUT SAME COLOR INSIDE
EASTERN OTSTERS
CALLED UNHEALTHFUL
NAVY HEPARTMENT IS
PUZZLED OVER CRUISERS
Harry   Lewis, of   Waukegan,  III.,   May
Be Sport of Nature on Exterior,
But He's Same Darky Within.
Waukegan, in., Jan. I.���Harry Lew-
Is, a negro, is turning white, For a
i long time Lewis lias noticed that liis
skin is losing its ebony hue. There
are patches on bis face, neck, arms,
legs anil body wbicli are just as !
white as the skin  of any  white man.)
lie says he believes that It will not
be long before the    skin    on   every.
pan   nl   bia   body   will     have    turned
white.
Lewis says be noticed the change a
few   years  ago    when  a  little    white
speck   appeared   on   bis  arm.     ll   was
not larger than the bead of a pili, but
| it continued to spread.
Other pails of bis bOd) began to
show a similar change, in the words
of the song, "liis color is lading."  lie
says  be has been  to  physicians    In
various parts ot the country and they!
have  informed  him  the bleaching is '���
due to a drying up of the pigment
wliich gives color to the skin. As
last as this dries up the color of liis
skin  changes.
"But Ah feels jus' the same color
Inside," says Lewis. "Maybe Ah'll be
all while some oh dese days, which !
am mail lav'rlt' song, bul Tse gwlne
to stay nlggah all de time.' If Ah
tuhned white inside Ah'd lose all mail
lub fob chitlins, po'k chops an' chicking."
Bivalves   Poisoned   with    Sulphate   of   Charleston,  St.   Louis  and   Milwaukee
Copper to Preserve Thsm, Says Prove to Be White Elephants to
HIS FORTUNE DUE
TO US WIFE'S COURAGE
California  Chemist.
A,   c:
declar-
oysters
San Francisco, Jan. L��� A report
condemning eastern oysters received
in the San Francisco market was presented to the City hoard of health
yesterday by (ity Chemist
Bothe,
".More  | eople  are  poisoned
ed the chemist, "by eastern
being sold  In  local  marki ts than by
any other loodsl nil's lliat i an he
bought, ami every eastern oyster that
we baVe listed has been found to
contain poisonous sulphate of copper,
presumably used for the purpose of
preserving the bivalves, The poisoned ojsters are of a pale green bu -.
marked through the valvular part and
along the edges, and anybody can detect it without the aid of a microscope,
The oysters referred to were ship-
ped here from New York, South Nor
walk, Conn., and Xorlhpoit, Conn.
Chemist Bothe adds that his Inspectors bave failed to find any injurious
substance or Infection in any of tho
Pacific coast oysters tbey have examined .
OXFORD  ESTABLISHES
UNITED STATES CHAIR
Government.
Washington, Jan. 1.���The navy de-
! partment. is puzzled as to what, dis-
i position shall lie made of the first class
'cruisers Charleston, St, Louis and Mil-
Pittsburg Man Would Not Have Made
Strike  If She  Had Weakened���
Now Worth $9,000,000.
waukee, now out of commission and
I stations J al  the Pugel  sound    navy
| yard, and has ordered that a re-survey
of th<' vessels lie made Immediately
I to determine to what use tbey may b ���
put. Tin-;,  are considered too huge fo:
police duty and  not  sufficiently  protected  for use iii  war service.    They
i possess a  speed of    only    twenty-two
I knots,  anl   for  Ibis  reason   would  not
be  of  great   value  for   SCOUtlng  duty.
They  may  possibly  be converted Into
Btatlon ships, although they are large
for this purpose.
CANADIAN PACIFIC \r       PALM"ER       ^
GASOLINE ENGINES
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
, a   ni Dally except Sunday
0 p, m     Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
I ;.. m  Dally
p ia  Dail)
TO   NANAIMO.
id p  m Imily except Sunda..
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
p, ni Every Mondaj
TO PRINCE   RUPERT AND ALASKA
ll 00 p. m.. .Dec. :;, it, 2',, Jan. 7, :i ,
TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
':       i-  i.i	
:.':. _T, Jan. 16, 24.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING    CAMP
v   0 a  q Every Thursday j
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND   CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00  a.  m.  Monday. Wednesday ami  Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
KD. QOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  \V.  BRODIE,
G.  P.  A,  Vancouver
3%   to  25  H.  P.
2 and  4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
COAL!
New York, Jan. 1.���The cliance'lor
of Oxfoid university bas notified
President Butler, of Columbia univer
Blty, tint a lectureship on tlie "history \ vestlgation
and institutions of tlie l'nited States"
bus been established at Oxford, to be
held by American scholars. The subject matter of tlie lectureship is to be
tbe political, Institutional, economic,
or social history of con litions of tbe
l'nited States.
The appointment of the lecturer is
to be entrusted to an advisory committee in Amerlba, which includes
President Lowell, of Harvard; President Hadley, of Yale: President Butler, of Columbia: Ur. Woodrow Wi
son, of Princeton, and the Hon. James
Bryce.
The first series of lectures will b
delivered this year.
LOST OPERAS   RETURNED.
Scores Competing for Prize Come    to
Light.
Xew   York. .Ian.   1.���The  lost opera;
scores    in    the    Metropolitan    opera
, house $10.00(1 prize competition, Btolen
! from    an Adams    Express   company
; wagon  last   Saturday,  have  been    recovered,    John  Hea.  who  banded thej
four manuscripts to the Harlem police,
today, said his life had been threatened if he told how be obtained possession of them.   Detectives persistently
j questioned   him,   however,   and   then,
Btarted out with him on a tour of in-���
Pittsburg, Pa.,   Jan. L���Joseph   C.
Trees, head of an oil company, which
has sold his Louisiana oil holdings fori
$9,000,000,  declared  today all  his sue-!
cess was due to liis wife,
lie then unfolded the story of the
spirit and foresight of liis wife when
she, fourteen years ago, insisted h"
go on groping for oil, assuring him
that be was certain to make a success,
According to Trees' own statement,
he bad drilled eight wells, all of tl em
dry, and had decided to work as a
laborer for the list, of his life, as it
would take him all lime to pay the
debts be had incurred in sinking the
eight dry holes, but his wife would
not lei him give up. His next attempt
resulted in a "strike."
million years at least "humanity would
I not suffer from lack of food or fuel.
In tbe frigid days to come, according
to Dr.  Wiley, the  winds    will    serve
as fuel.    "From my knowledge of the
laws of electricity,"    he   said,    "and
from   practical   exeperiments  already
being made, I prophesy that the cur-
! rents of air which liave been   agents
| of destruction to man will yet be har-
i nessed for bis benefit.    In the future
! the air  will furnish  he-it,    fuel    and
power and companies will be formed
lor utilizing it.    This, is not a theory
hut an actuality of tlie future, based
upon actual  conditions    and    natural
laws. "
TOO   MUCH   WHEAT    IS
GROWN  IN THE WEST
MANKIND WILL FREEZE
IN   A   MILLION   YEARS
Washington, Jan. l.���Men will
freeze to death on t!-e eiuator millions of years hence, according to Dr
Harvey \Y. Wiley, who forsook the
subject of germs in food, in addressing the Secular League here yesterday, and discussed the question, "Is
Man Ultimately to Starve or Freeze."
Doctor Wiley said he believed the
earth was slowly cooling, and that
the people of the distant future must
freeze, though he declared that for "a
Winnipeg, Jan. 1.���In a statement
issued lasl night William Whyte, second vice-president of the Canadian
Pacific railway, said: The experience
of this season- shows the trouble is
our farmers are "wheat mad." They
have made money raising wheat and
have done so without tlie labor entailed in mixed farming. Tbey go
away in the winter and leave the
hired man to look after the horses.
The loss which follows lhe exclusive
raising of wheat is universally recognized. Tlie agriculturist Is engaged
not in selling the products of tho
land, hut the land itself. He is not s>
much engaged in tilling the soil as exploiting it. He is taking all out and
putting nothing hack. This year the
company in the west built 600 miles
of railway, fifty-six miles being double track. Next year a similar amount
of construction work will be carried
out. This year Winnipeg imported
twelve million eggs and tbe C. P. R.
is importing for its diners chickens
from Chicago and cream from St.
Paul. This shows that diversified
farming is a necessity."
f��S^F,NE TONIC
FOR WOMEN
���1   RING UP 58
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Dili e. Corner Columbia and Sixth S B
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
r
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.. Foot of Sixth.
623   Hamilton  St., or
' Van��tone  Heating  and  Plumbing    Co.
Chimney     Sweeping,     Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc..  Etc.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist In Steel. Reinforced Concrete  and   Modern   lluilding  Construction.    Telephone S0f>.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ;
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���fllce 'Phone  life.      Barn 'PSona 117
Columbia Street-
H��gg.g*   delivered   promptly   _���
any part ot tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hailing
OFFICE���TPAM   DBPOr.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
The Oven
Of a Range
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Wat<fi��e�� for LMfle**. �� I12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open tace
���6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent tor Waltham and Klgm
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doora from Geo. Adama' Grocery
Christmas and New
Year's Excursions
One   and   one   third fare   for the
round trip.
Tickets on sale ��
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estlmatea Given.
21,,Slxth Street. Phone 867. j
NEW ve��TMIN��TBR       X        B. C.
Dec. 22nd to
Jan. 2nd
Final    return    limit.    ,
Jan. 5th, 1911
H  W. BRODIE,        ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527 Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 650.
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven, Is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven Is made of heavier material
than any other, and is rivoted (not
bolted) to a malleable L or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, al*
lowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, lt re*
quires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
In any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Not* tkf ilWr.tioM.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Try Mooney Biscuits with any others. Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best. Mooney Biscuits have
the largest sale in Canada. Their incomparable flavor alone would
command it. Their appetizing crispness and inviting" deliciousness is
simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes���its 640 windows���its 3 miles of floot space, we create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney's Perfection
Cream Sodas
In   six short years Mooney Biscuits have jumped into popular
favor throughout the entire Dominion.    You will understand why when
you eat them for the first time.
You can get Mooney Biscuits   at your  grocer's, fresh   and  flaky,.r<k . ;_^>.
in damp-proof wax paper lined packages. ^-^^.^ErvS>^H
Try some today���their taste will please you. _^-.. <>_ -��^v^;j��*S^��.
The Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd., Stratford, Canada
MOONEY   BISCUIT  &  CANDY CO.. LTD.. STRATFORD. ONT.. AND WINNIPEG. MAN
The'Best Bskvr
in Cane da
\ ���od oven is thc housekeeper's delight. A
poor one is thi despair of her life. That':, why
we want to tell you about this Chancellor.
A special divided flue makes
the   oven   a   perfect   baker.
| There   is  not   a  rango   in   Uie
country can beat it.
Biking da.    instead  erf beinp a
trial apd a disappointment i3 a pleasure, a
satisfaction.
Come in thc store when you're down
ars. ���sarat w^r sjayftS.
��� well as back���under crust as well as upper.
ThtGURNEYOXFORDSmL TOP
means a marked saving in fuel, and better baking results.    The
Chancellor not only docs its work better but at less cost than
other ranges. .
We can demonstrate to you thc whole superior Chancellor jphnciplc ot economy
and efficiency in ten minutes. .        . , _
Isn't it worth that much of your time right now ? .
Tlie Chancellor is made for either coal,or wood. Other GurneyOxford designs
of cvery~sort, for every purpose and all kinds of fuel, on display on our floor.
Special demonstration now. v,-. *
1 -v ^
t   .;
.   -
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
681 Columbia Street Q
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PAGE FOUR. '
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY  2,   1911.
The Daily News
nlctlon of tills work  will  place  New
Westminster in tlie forefront of well-
i sewered cities.
~~~' ln many, many other ways has thc
Published by The Dally News Publish- past year been remarkable, and with
tog-Company, Limited,-at their offlces, lho era _,. progre8B !in,i development
corner   of    *����"��   ���**    Vlctorla thus favorably Instituted, we may look
forward to the future confldenl of its
bringing the Royal Glty to that posi-
| tion of Importance antl prosperity to
which she ls by righl entitled.
 Manag
ng
Director
_
<Ii$'��*t|��jLAu_ce
>4
'
MONDAY
,   JANUARY
2,
1911.
NINETEEN
HUNDRED
AND   TEN.
OTRITTIN UF'iS
"BETTER UNWRITTEN"
The close of the year which marks
the first decade of the twentieth century finds New Westminster in a
position of progress and development
that was scarcely foreseen at the
commencement of the century. The
year has in fact been one of the moBl
rotable in the history of the '.loyal
City, for il has witnessed the flrsl decided move towards that Important
position of the chief port on tlte Pacific coast which has long been looked forward to by loyal citizens. It
has indeed been a period of success
and advancement in every direction.
Whether in the various governmental
depart ments, in the banking Institutions, in the municipal establishments, or in the commercial concerns
liere established, the same gratifying
story of progress and prosperity is apparent.
The records  of tlie  Land  Registry
Offlce will show an Increase of business   far  beyond  anything  known  in
the  New   Westminster   district;    tlie
Customs returns are certain to reveal
the heaviest  aggregate for any year
in the city; the banks, thc number of
which has been increased by two during the year just closed, have all enjoyed a year of unexampled prosperity, whilst the sister institutions, the
lin-mce and trust companies, have ex-j
i:erienceA a similarly gratifying time.,
Every    business    establishment    has
prospered, and several of these have
made extensive additions, others having planned to do likewise early  in
the new year.
Hoth the two large railway eompa.
uies doing business in the  city have
experienced   a   very   considerable  Increase in their freight traffic, one being to the extent of 100 per cent, and
the other probably more.    The Canadian  Pacific has been obliged to ex-
tr.-.j its yard accommortmlon and its
*  'ii *vs facilities are about to be
As     yet     the      figures
C.   Electric     railway
��� not available, but there
for dr  tit that these will
larg reused   reve
re account      passenger and
Mc,   The latter department
certain to make a notable
i connection with the Chilli-
ion,  the opening  of  which
f the striking events of the
railway   affairs   the    com-
l  of construction  work on
roast extension of the Car-era has been an import-
stance.
.te transactions have been
:ale   altogether    unprece-
ic allocation of the town-
Mann caused a very live-
interest to be evinced in this part
' Surrey municipality, and prices for
nd   in  this  quarter   have  advanced
aterially and are still advancing. An-
her important transaction was the
irehase of several thousand acres at
):iuitlam   by  the   Canadian   Pacific
iad, which induced expensive   deal-
B in real estate in that vicinity and I
i very rapid rlsevin values.   As soon!
.-; a definite announcement in regard
the plans of the railway is  made,
ices will be likely to soar to a high
ture.   Following this came the turn-
'er of a considerable extent of water
ontage at Sunbury, allegedly for the
Western  Steel  corporation,  wliich  in
,e closing days of the year directed
ie attention of investors to this and
djacent parts of tlie delta lying on
lie Fraser.
Within the city itself very oonsld-
rable dealings in real estate were ef-
'c-cted, and prices steadily advanced.
There  are  indications  that  early  in
be present year quite a boom in city
p-operty  will  ensue.      Side  by  side
with the activity In real estate a like
[activity has ensued in building operations, both in the residential and business  sections  of  the   city.      An  Immense    number    of    new   residences
���were erected during  1010, new  business blocks   were   completed, several
���other   important    buildings    are    in
{���course of construction, and arrangements   are  in   progress   for two  or
���three  more.    The  completion of the
"Columbia    sireet    Improvement    undoubtedly   gave   an   impetus   to   the
progress of the city,  and fhe extension of this to Leopold Place will provide one of the finest main thoroughfares ln Canada.   The undertaking of
the sewerage system has also been an
important improvement and the com-
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Many  Guilty  Escape  in   Utah,  Where
It   Is  Legal   Defence,  Says
Attorney-General.
Your vote and support
are requested for
[las Fader
AS ALDERMAN  FOR   1911
For  a  Progressive  City.
Clean City Government.
Square deal for the city with all corporations.
Salt Lake City, .lan. 1.���The "1111-
wriiteii law" is better unwritten than
written, in the opinion of the attorney-general of Utah, This is one of
the few slates in which an offence
against chastity is legal justification
for homicide, ln liis biennial repoit
to the governor, submitted yester .lay,
Attorney-General Harnes recommends
that the justification lie repealed.
He takes the ground that it is useless and that many guilty pien escape
under its provisions. The section of
the statute to wbicli Mr. Haines objects specifics as justifiable a homicide "committed in tlie heat of passion caused by the attempt of the deceased 10 defile wife, daughter, sister,
mother or other female relative or dependent of the accused, or when the
defilement has already been committed."
The law was passed iu tlie early
territorial days and has never bean
altered.
What About Thai
New Year's Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
WeK
ave a
full   line
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W. R. GILLEY
'Phone 122
G. E. GILLEY
'Phone 291
Gilley Bros. Ltd,
Office and Bunkers, 902 Columbia St.
of Rogers Bros.   1847
Sil
L
verware, also a
Selection or nign grade
Carvers, Cutlery and
Nickel Plated  Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
CANADIAN TARS TO
EAT KOOTENAY JAM
B. C.   Jan. 1.���The   moss
tlie  officers  and  men    op
Nelson,
tables   of
board the two ships at present cciv
stituting the Canadian nijvy will bo
supplied witli jam and Jellies mads
wholly from Kootenay fruit nnd with
marmalade manufactured in Nelson.
The announcement was made by G
O. M. Fox, manager ot the Koctenay
,1am company, who received from the
comptroller of the navy al Ottawa an
acceptance of a tender made by the
local company to supply the Niobe
and the Rainbow with preserves made
ot Kootenay fruit. "We'll have to Import the oranges for the marmalade,"
Observed Mr. Fox, "but, cf course,
that will be entirely manufactured
hero. We are already preparing tiie
first shipment."
VVe take this opportunity of thanking all our
customers for their patronage during the last year,
and trust they vvill favor us with a continuance of
same.
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We are still handling the famous Wellington and Comox. house
and steam coal, and Cumberland Forge coal, and the celebrated
Portland cement, Vancouver brand, Hosebank lime, Tacoma plaster,
also an improved plaster already mixed witli sand, ready for use.
B
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We have a good supply of Vitrified pipe,
sand, etc.
���
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���
Wishing Our Patrons
the Compliments
of the Season
Chamberlin
THE
JEWELER
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crushed    rock,    gravel,
We liave increased and improved our plant during the past year,
and expect to be in a position this year to supply everyone at rock-
bottom prices. __L
Put it right up to us to prove
all we say about Fit-Reform
No picture can give )|ou the right idea about
Fit-Reform.
Seeing the Overcoats themselves and trying them
on, is the only way you,can learn the perfection of
the Fit-Reform designing! and tailoring.
So, visit the Wardrobe, pee the new fall styles, and
find out about the quality, style, material and workmanship that you ought to have
in yciuf Overcoat.
Ab^ve, we show two styles in
Semi-form Overcoats. Made in
elegant English, Scotch and
Irishi Tweeds.
We have just received
direct from the factory,
a shipment of
The Famous
South Bend
Malleable
Ranges
They will last a lifetime
and give perfect satisfaction. No other range
just as good. They come
in three sizes, 16,18 and
20 inch ovens.
James &
McClughan
Cor. Sixth and
Front Sts.
Who Said New Year's ?
It is time to start on your New Year's work. We
bave just received a Splendid Assortment of Novel-
ties  for   making  up.    AU   in   the  Newest   Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The \A hite House 617 Columbia Street
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, C:20,
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p.
8   and  every   half
:20 a. m., 11:20
-20-mlnutes
i>. u:\*Lj, ���>-.2Li, 6:50, 7:20, 8
in.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at  fi,
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Kxpress car9 leave New Westminster for Vancouuver at
a. m., and 3:20 p. ra.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
20-minute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday-
Bervlce from 8 a. m,  until 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 6:10 a. m. unUI  11:30 p. m.     Bund3j-I3mlnjte��
service fiom 8:10 a. m. unlll   ll:30p. m.
.ULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTEH   BRMJC:!.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Khurne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. und   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m. _
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and G p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
FIT-
SPAIN'S RADICAL SOLONS
KICK  FOR  PAY IN  MONEY
Madrid, Jan. 1���The Republican and
Socialist deputies have brought forward a bill for the payment of members, the suggested salary being $1,-
200 a year. In support of their demand they point, to the proposal
| which is now being made for the payment of members of parliament In
Kngland.
The Uonservatlsts and many Liberals are opposed to the scheme and In
this they are In harmony with what
is practically the unanimous opinion
of the country. Spanish deputies have
a free pass 'on nil the railway lines,
free postage ; nd a gratis supply of
stationery.
'   ���
������ ,-,-
$18. to $25.
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Street Car Strike In Everett.
Everet . W��ah��� Jan. l.^-All city
street cai lies u-er.e unworkable last
night In i ��� icnt of a strike for
higher \' y ��� ,o men In most cases
leaving I <Jr i ll s where they were at
the time ihe tnke order went Into effect. Tiiei-o w! -i no disorder, except
ln one oi 1m.   nstances.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Telephone R 113. Office: Princes* St
For all kinds or
JOB   PRINTING
- Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. F. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits, Blouses, etc.
all new fashions from Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET. ,   ���.
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aw*wt tit********. MONDAY,   JANUARY   2,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
CAR SHOPS BOYS      fiiTS,
DID NOT SHOW UP|      LACROSSE ROUGH
Sapperton Kickers Annoyed
at Throw-down When
in Winning Trim.
There is width airl r< senl ment.
rangling in the minds nf Sapperton
footballers and their supporters today
;,s llie result of tlie far simps team's
default on Saturday, Qreal preparations bad lieeii made for tin- game, a
new ball secured, and ii number of
enthusiastic spectators had assembled
;,i the fleld of carnage. The players
donned their flghting garb, and waited
i ���  their opponents to turn up.
But they walte i in ?aln, The appi inted hour passed, and still no sign
(,i the opposing team. Finally they
v,,.;i forced i<i abandon the hope of
j ia; Ing off the match, the manager of
l Car sh.ops leather
i |ng ibat. be was
ti,   necessary eleven together,
,     :l   result,   I lie     Sapperton     club
aimed I in- name by default, ami
, will probably be acceded to by
ih,. executive committee. There are
two clauses in the league's constltu-
i which appear lo cover this point.
dn.. provides that any team failing to
I ofl   a   scheduled   game     is     i-im-
, i iu be defeated, and the other
i', ���  a team, being  unable to    fulfil
engagement  shall communicate
��� he manager of Hm- club agalnsl
they arc drawn before 1" a.m.
day oi the game
, aid Welsh, manager of the Sap-
n   Football  club, Btated  at    ten
o'clock on Saturday morning that  lie
That's How James J. Corbett
Sizes up the Two Sports-
Speaks at Ottawa.
While In ihe city of Ottawa, Oni , a
few years ago, I attended a match between ihe Nationals of that city and
the Shamrocks of Montreal, which
was the deciding game of tbe championship series, says .lames .1. Corbett. "I was asked lo start the ;.'mill believe that's Un- righl term), and
appreciating the honor agreed to do
SO. .My part of Hie job was easy, but.
thai is neither here nor there. When
that Kail'.', of husky young fellows got
after the ball with tin ise gut sluing
slicks I was out of the way in a
hurry.
Fighting   Is  Tame   Sport.
"And  say, talk about   ihe blood  be-
hunters    -iii-''"k  spilled  at   a  boxing  contest,    I
unable lo gel   never Baw s" much claret  drawn as
I on that afternoon in Ottawa,    Every
few minutes a player would be carried
nit ihe Held, ami after being patched
up  a  bll   woul I  come  back  foi-  more.
There was no mercifully short count
oi  ten seconds toi- the crippled athletes,    They   had   to  come   back  and
lake  their  medicine  if  ahle  to  stand
up.
"A professional boxei
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     docs  not   be
! long   in   that     company.     lie     would
prove loo slow and  the sport  i.s altogether too rou. b for sonic of our hot-
bouse hoys.   Ask Tommy Burns aboul
i it.     I Ic   has  been  out.  of  C Lfi sion
'ever since thai game be played in a
few months ago, Possibly some of
the opposing team laid for Tommy on
account of bis reputat
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��� BRITISH     FOOTBALL. ���
��� ���!
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London, Janu, l.���Following are the
results of league football games played   yeslerday:
First  Division.
Notts Foiesi  ii. .Notts County 2,
Everton 2, Middlesborough 0.
'Woolwich  Arsenal  ::,  limy 2.
Ilristol  City   1,  Newcastle  United  0,
Oldham Athletic 1, Aston Villa 1.
Sheffield Wednesday 2, Tottenham
I lot Spill".
Blackburn Hovers l, Manchester '���',.
Manchester Citv    0, 1'rcslon    North
Knd  2.
Sunderland 0, Sheffield  l'nited 2.
Bradford City l, Liverpool '.',.
Second Division.
Birmingham I, Fulham  1.
Blackpool 1, Leeds City 2.
Bolton     Wanderers     6,     Leicester
Fosse 2.
Chelsea '.'.,  Derby County  2.
Clapton Orient  l, Stockport County
0.
(ilossop ::, Gainsborough Trinity l.
Huddersfleld Town 0, Bradford 0,
Lincoln City   1,  liurnley 0,
Wesl   llromwick  Albion  0,  Hill City
Wolverhampton       Wanderers       l,
Barnsley 0,
Southern   Division.
New Brompton 0, Mi Iwall At
Coventry city '���',, Queen's Park
ers 2.
Bouthbend   United    0,  West
United 2.
Southampton 0, Luton 0.
Plymouth Argyle 4, Portsmouth 0.
Watford 2, Northampton 2.
Leyton l, Brighton ami    Hove   Albion l.
Brentford 3, Exeter City l.
Crystal   Palace  2,  Swindon  Town  ."
Norwich City  1. Bristol  Rovers 0.
MAN'S WISH TO DIE
WAS  A GOOD "AD"
Battle  Creek,   Mi
pays  to advert ise,"
of    Rev.     Thomas
street  singer and
ch..    Jan.    1.���"It
Is tbe new mono
McKinsey,   blind
^^^^^^^^^^^   former    minister,
who recently wrote to four governors
jof  slates   where  I lu;  electric  (hair  is
; in vogue, to grant him a ticket to the
! hereafter.
lie no longer fears the poorhouse.
lie has resumed his street singing and
is doing a lug business. Crowds flock
around him. They toss him much
money, and .McKinsey now
wouldn't die for anything.
says
are now and entirely different from ordinary preparations. They accomplish
their purpose without disturbing the rest of the system, and are therefore the
ideal laxative for the nursing mother, as they do not affect the child.
Compounded, like all NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemists.    If
unsatisfactory we'll gladly return your money.
25c a box.    If your druggist has not yet slocked them, send 25c. and we
will mail them. 24
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hletlc
Ran-.:
Ham
1,1 had no notice' of the car shops | account oi ms reputation as a Bghter
Intentions, and under the clr- and handed him a little more of the
nces Here does nol appear to!ro,ieh sl,,IT than la common, but In its
he Rny escape from the default claim, i
I  e Becond time this season i
daj's  defaulters  have  dl ���
. I i heir opponents, and a good.
 11.   iti facl i in   is   expressed
���    followers of football In the city
their action,    li  is Btated that
of the players from the Twelfth
works   lake   but   little   Interest
league's schedule, an I will call
me ofl on the Blightesi pi etexl. to
anoyance of the other clubs, and
it  Is the general  opinion  that  drastic
il n Bhould be taken to bring tbem
ill line.
mildest form the uame would be an
eyeopener to lovers of strenuous athletic sports in the states. The peaceful pursuit ot professional pugilism Is]
like unto professional lacrosse as the
top tin whistle comparer with the
latest model Bcreecher in use on the
leviathans thai ply the Atlantic"
Local Man to Wrestle.
Quite a number of local wrestling
enthusiasts will trek to Vancouver today, to see it. C. McDonald go up
against Walker at the V. A. C. tournament. McDonald ir reported to be In
much better physical condition than
on the last occasion he met Walker,
when he was pul to the mat with a
half Nelson, and his followers are confident thai ibis time he will gel a very
different decision.
I wish  all  my
customers
A HAPPY AND
I For New  Year's Presents I
Chocolates, Perfumes, Etc.
Call  at
Bowling Alleys Open Today.
The bowling alleys will be open to-||
day.   This afternoon a delayed game
bei ween the Hoses and tbe Sunflowers
will be rolled.
SHARE FOR ALL.
NO
MORE MATCHES
FOR FRANK GOTCH
Of
Fort
j Qladyi
PENKSY'S PROVOST
FAVORS COLLEGE YELL
New York, Jan. L���Provosl    Edgar
r   smith, of the University of Penn-
��� aiiia, comes to the rescue of the
college yell, recently condemned by
! lent Lowell, of Harvard. Says
t      Smith:
1 know little or nothing aboul
ti -ic. but I do know that there is
nothing moie inspiring on lit ( ccaslona
than the college yell, while the college songs always appealed to me.
Abolish the yells ? By no means.
As well think of abolishing the three
cheers for the Stars and Stripes. The
college yell expresses essentially the
same enthusiasm and Is equally inspiring. Some college yells are more
inspiring than others, of course, depending largely on the institution to
-.'hieh one is attached, but all serve
Heir purpose and I doubt if they do
any permanent injury."
Dod  e,    Iowa,    .Tan     1.���Miss
Ostrlob,    fiancee    of    Frank
Qotch, today an end  finally and posi-
j lively to,Gotch's talk emerging from
retirement, following a visit to the
Ostrich home, Gotch t .rwarded a telegram to Farmer Burns Instructing
him to cancel all arrangements so far
made toward a mat<
and George Hackenschmldt. Hums
was scheduled to arrive  here tomor-
. row to complete tbe plans.
"My girl won't let me." was all the
explanation that Gotch would vouchsafe for his action.   "No financial In-
: ducemenl will ever persuade me to return to the mat again."
St.   Paul's   Pastor   Warns   Danger
Overdoing   Muck-raking.
Thai   there  are  no hard    and    fast
rules governing the manner in which
Christians   shall    worship,   was   the
central thought  of an earnest sermon
preached by Rev. a. deB. Owen in St.
Paul's    Reformed    Episcopal    church
last evening.
Bc_ucuia ��u iui i     Mr. Owen took his text from an an-
between CiotyJi ; cient  Israelite statute, which provided
NEW YEAR
and thank them
for helping me
last year to do
the largest trade
in my business
history.
RyalVs Drug Store \
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
^^^^^^^^^^        J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
HIGH   SCHOOL   WINS.
FOOTBALL  THIS AFTERNOON.
Rovers May Play in District League
for Last Time Today.
What probably will be the last
-ame the Rovers will play under the
auspices of the Vancouver District
association wilt be pulled off at
Moody aquare this afternoon, when
tlie local team will meet Vancouver
Hibernians. Thursday nl. ht the club
will decide whether they shall affiliate
with the B. G. A. A. l\. and as there
is a strong feeling that this would
be an advantageous move, the decision will probably be In the affirmation.
Ibe line-up has nol yet been fixed,
.ml will be only when the team assembles on the grounds. A number
of the players have been Incapacitated
for one reason or another, and ll
looks as if only a scratch team will
lace the Vancouver hoys. Under the
circumstances, and considering the
Rovers' record, prospects for a win
are not  rosy.
Aston Villa Defeated in Soccer Game
by Four Goals to Nil.
A rather onesided game was pulled
off in tlie city football league at
Moody s(|uare on Saturday, when the
High scliool defeated Aston Villa by
a score of four goals to nothing. The
High school boys had the play almost
entirely to themselves, and put it all
over their opponents.
An interesting feature of tlie match
was the playing of Storme. who is on
the High school's forward line. His
placing of the ball was commented on
witli much a lmiration by the spectators, while his speed and the clever
I manner in which he made the two
goals that fell to his credit were tlie
cause of a good deal of applause.
Harry Sharpies at Winnipeg.
| Winnipeg, .Ian. 1.���Harry Sharpies,
another of Vancouver stalwart howlers, Is in Winnipeg to roll off with
his fellow townsman, "Jeems" Mclntyre, In the two-man tournament at
the Saratoga alloys on Monday.
Sharpies Is going to St. Louis to roll
in the A. B. C. tournament.
that they who took a part, hoWevei
small, in any campaign, Bhould be
given full share of the spoils with
those who had marched and fought
to tlie end. and he expressed his belief
that this would apply equally to modern days, and that the Christians who
took only a passive share in the service of the Master, to the extent of
their ability, were equally deserving
of tlie praise.
At the same time, the speaker exhorted his hearers to take thought an
and consider that they did not. In
their absorption in some muck-raking
occupation, overlook the crown glory
which was held out to them.
2500 CHESHIRE CHEESE
SHIPPED TO BRADFORD
Chester, .Ian. 1.���A firm at Clutton,
Chester, has sent to Bra.lford 2500
Cheshire cheese, valued at $1!��00.
Nine of the largest Cheshire cheeses
ever made, some weighing in the aggregate 3100 pounds, were Included lh
this consignment.   These cheese were
.made at Tattenhall Hall, and won the
championship   at   the   Koyal agrlcdl-
: tural show of Kngland.
SEEKS DIVORCE FROM
SPIRIT OF HIS WIFE
Roller Relay Race.
Clarence Huff and K. Goulet will
race against Harry Tidy and Hugh
Rowe in a two mile relay race al the
Pythian rink this afternoon, starting
at four o'clock.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 1.���In a petition for divorce filed here Marvin
Mlnnear, a bookkeeper alleged he
has heen hounded hy-his wife's spirit,
nnd It was more than he could stand
The wife, Anna Mlnnear. says the
petition, declares she possesses power
to separate her spirit from her body
and send It where she likes.
Mlnnear alleges she.accused him of
Inconstancy, basing her charges on
her power to have her spirit shadow
him an 1 make report to her of all
his doings.
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westmin-
ster at 5 a.m.
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
I
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manage
NOTICE.
Having sold out the Cosmopolitan
hotel, I will not be responsible for any
debts incurred in my name.
(Signed)     J. D. B. McDONALD.
December 29, 1910.
NOTICE.
Parties having baggage stored in
the Cosmopolitan hotel, I will not be
responsible for same after December
13, 1910.
(Signed)     J. D. B. McDONALD.
Thanking our patrons for past
favors and
Wishing you all a Happy
and Prosperous New Year
Galloway & Lewis
UP-TO-DATE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Phone 829.    Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets  New Westminster.
FOUR ELOPERS START
OUT WITHOUT A CENT
Hammond, Ind., Jan. 1.���With a box
of crackers an.l a bag ol pickles, Melvln Kay lor and Miss Ruth Ccttys
and Henry Burlage and Miss Alice
Bauer, each aged 17, eloped from
Port Wayne to this city to get married
Neither of the young men had a
cent. The party was put off the train
here on the way to Chicago, where
the four Intended to become actors
and actresses. The conductor refused
to take eatables for fare In lieu of
money.
Tlie couples were sent back to Fort
Wayne, their parents having promised
to spank them lf the police released
them. The two boys, with tears in
their eyes, said they would marry the
girls at the earliest opportunity.
This is a real Snap
Seven roomed house on  Eighth street, just above
4 th avenue, on fine lot, 54 x 132 '
Price only $2800
$1,000 cash; balance, (including interest)
$25 per month
B
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-EXCLUSIVELY BY-~
Quarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
"A Horse, a
Horse, My
Kingdom for
a Horse"
AT BRITISH ELECTION.
of
Yale University to Get Collection
All the Literature Issued.
New Haven, Conn.,   Jan.   1.���Yalo,
university  has  commtaslone:!  a  London bureau to procure copies of all
printed and pictorial literature issued
in Kngland by either party during the
election this year.   Copies of   every
election   address,   political   pamphlet,
cartoon, leaflet and poster Issued anyj--!
where in tho country are   to   be pro-|
cured, together with newspaper clippings and similar mutter along political lines.    Tho object Is to obtain for
students  of  Kngllsh  history  a representative  campaign   of  all  phases  of
politics at this   Important   period   in
1 British politics.
������y{
,     Richard III. felt the loss of his horse keenly, but you would feel
,' jbst as bad if you lost a valuable horse or horses through an acci-
>4ent or disease.
If you take out a policy on your horses with one of the com-
���   ^.^represent you";*H. dl.pUcefone_o��^your ^  A noi.cv
policy
"(
ins?.
tun.
,of this kind insures your horses against death-from any cause.
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone S3      I ,     *AGE 81*.
THE DAiLI   NEV/S.
MONDAY,  JANUARY   2,   1911.
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wl ajWuMW. ***. ** to>.',-.'-. ���
Use
alking
'iV��&W_*_r
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 iin the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster MONDAY,  JANUARY   2,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
f>AC E SEVtftf.
tV* amiJr.
TENDERS.
Sealed Tenders addresied lo the un-
d(', [gned, and endorsed "Tender tor
Gasl une Motor 'l ug Boat for British
Columbia," will be received at this
,,���������,, until 4:00 p. m., on Wednesday,
,.,,.,, r) it, L911, for the construction of a gasoline motor tug boal for
'.'., m British Columbia.
Plans, specification and form of ten-
ler may be procured at the ofllce ��f
Mr H. A. Bayfield, Superintended of
Ui-edges, N6W Westminster, B, ('.,
where form of contracl  may also bei
'  '   **' . ,    r '
Plans, specification and form ol con
tract may also be seen and form of
tender obtained ai   the offlce of Mr,
Wm   Henderson,  Resident Architect,
Victoria, n. C, al the Posi Offlce, Van-
uveri is. c, and ai the Departmenl
Public Works, Ottawa.
Persons tendering arc notified that
., nders will not be considered unless
,   de "ii the printed forms supplied,
, ,| signed  with  their  actual slgna-
i  ,  stating  their  occupations  and
lre8   or   residence.     Ill   the   case  of
the actual signature, the nature
e occupation, and place of real-
,. of each member of the   flrm
��� be given.
Each tender must   be accompanied
. an accepted cheque on a chartered
payable to the order of the Hon
bie the Minister ol Public Works,
..... thousand dollars  i.i, .00),
, will be forfeited ir tlie person
lng decline to enter Into a con-
��� when  called   upon   to  do  so,  or
complete the work contracted
II the tender be noi accepte I tb
e  will  be retained.
..  Department  does nol  bind It-
. ��� | accept the lowesl or anj ten-
By  order,
U.   C,   DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
 leni  of  Public   Works,   Ot-
I lecember 20. 1910,
Sewspapers will   nol    be paid   for
dvertlsement   if  they  Inserl   II
luthorlty   from   the   Depart-
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Ue the Northwest quarter of Section 24, Township -I, in tlie District of
New Westminster,
Title number L3999A, issued in the
name of Peter Henderson, lias been
filed in this ollice.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tlie date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-i
less i ni he meantime valid objection
lie made to me in writing.
('.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, ii. ('., November 30, 1910.
KEFQKM MAYOR BROKE
lilS PHUMISE TO WED
Jury   Decides  that   William   Green,  of
Topeka,  Must  Pay  His Aggrieved
Niece  $5500.
1.���William
mayor    of
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT
Topeka,     Kan.,     Jan,
I Green, once   the   reform
| Topeka, must pay $5500 for breach of
promise to marry Miss Sellna Dalrym-
| pie,  bis niece.    This is  the verdict of
the  jury   which   has  just     heard     the
lease.    Mr. Green says he Will appeal
^^^^^^^       ithe case.
ipplication has ���     -Nliss   Dalrymple  testified   that   Mr,
I   l'  Hampton Green  had asked    Ler    to come    to
i "   Bimnle   un-   Topeka   and   make   her   home  al   liis
' ' I residence.    When    she    left
Take nol ice that an
been made to register
Hole as the owner in  ,*-,.- ,,,,,,,,,,, ,..,
der a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Flet- residence.    When    she   left   Topeka
cher, Assessor of the Districi of West- ���'""'' ;i" eIeven uioutiis' stay she said
minster, to J, P. II. Bole, bearing dale   ^'1  she wrote to Mr. Green and ask
the 1st dav of I lecember, a. i), 1902, ?d 1|"" "' k??P Ms promise to marry
of all and singular that certain panel  ber' '"' '""u,it; financially ior her fu
or tract of land and premises siniale,       ,,���^_���^m���^m���^������^������^���wm���
lying   and   being   in   the   District     of       Mr'  Green s  ,'('',1-v   -  1|('''  waH    th"
New Westminster, ln the Province of
British   Columbia,   more   particularly
known and described as Lot  24, block
ii;   lot   18,  block   8;   lots   28   and    29,
l uie ^^^^^
.Mr.  Green's
only letter produced in court.    In II
he acknowledged Ids relations toward
..Miss Dalrymple.   The letter probably
I won the ease for Miss Dalrymple, as
TESTS HEART BY
PHOTO Of ACTION
made in Canada    | Railway Time Tables
Johns Plopkins Installs Machine to Aid in Disease
Diagnosis.
lots   1   and
of  lot   202,
I,  block   s,
group    1,
sub-1
Port
block   6
Moody. Lemon  Combine  Is the  Latest
You and those claiming through or Whittier, Cal..    Jan.    1.���A    citrus
under   you   and   all   persoi.s   claiming combination
any  interest  in  the said  laud  by  vi;-- worth  of pro]
tue  of  any   unregistered  instrument, rus output of    $1,600,000,    is    bein
and all persons claiming any interest j formed today by ranchers In the    L
Baltimore, Jan. 1.���Tlie "heart
station," the establishment of wliich
bas been contemplated for some time
by tlie trustees of Johns Hopkins hospital, is now in operation at that institution. Tlie instruments, wliich
were manufactured by Kdelmann, in
Munich, Germany, have been installed
by Dr. Q. s. Bond.
The purpose of the "heart station"
la to determine the condition of a
person's heart as an aid 7n diagnosing
diseases.
Measure   Heart  Current.
It is known that an Imaginary line
through the body has on one side all
lhe currents generated by one side of
tlie heart, and on the other side the
currents generated by the oppt Bite
side, so that by connecting an electrode to each side of the body, obliter
���-���      ...     in     at ing  all  other currents  of  the  body
representing   $64,000,000 , b   placlng tll(,m ag neill.ly as po8Blbie
perty and an annual cit-|nt ,.out   ,ho nh���, ���
11 other evidence was oral
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,'
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchase within forty-five
days from the date of the lirst publication  of this notice upon you. and in
Habta district, near Whittier. Forty
growers. whose possessions are
among I i . ast valuable In Southern
California, met here and laid the
foun Iation for the propose! new organization. Th.e object of the combination is to protect  the citrus pro-
default   of  a  caveat  or   certilicale   of   duction  under the  brand of the asso-
lis  pendens being  filed  within   such  elation,    The  plans of the combfna-
perlod, or in default or redemption be- tlon Include the establishment  of    a
tore registration, you and each of you  thoroughly equipped packi&g house,
will   forever   estopped   and   debarred, 	
DEPARTMENT
MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE.
Nelson,   B.C.,   Rifle   Range.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
lied    lenders,   marked   Oil   env ���
; pe "Tenders for construction of Nel-
li. (' , Rifle Range," and addressed   to   the  secretary   of   the     Militia
ll,   Headquarters,  Ottawa,  will
1   received  until noon, the 3rd day
of January, 1911, for the construction
��� a Rifle Range at Nelson, n. r.
Plans   and   specifications   may   be
en, and full Information obtained al
offices  of   the   District    Officer
Commanding Military District No. 11,
Victoria,  B. ('.. the  Director of  En-
neer   Services,   Headquarters,   Ot-
aw a,   and the tiff leer   Commanding
I Hind Regiment, Nelson, H. c.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department, and ac-
ompanied by an accepted cheque, on
a Canadian chartered bank, for iu per
cent of the amount of the tender, payable to the order of the Honourable
the Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into
a  contract,  in   accordance   with   the
tender.
The Department does not bind itself
i accept thc lowest  or any tender.
EUGENE   FISET,
Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence,    ill. Q, 18���116���2.)
Department of Militia and Defence
Ottawa,  lst  December,  "**n
from setting up any claim to or in re-1
spect of tbe Bald land, and I shall reg-!
ister J.  P,  Hampton  Hole as   owner
thereof in fee.    And  1  hereby order,
that   publication   of   this   notice   fori
thirty days in a daily newspaper published   In   New   Westminster   will   be
good  and  sufficient   service  thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of November, A. D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar
To .lame- Hograth, Robert McEwen,
Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey.
Open  Shop  Dynamited.
Kansas  City,    Jan.    1.���Dynamiters
last   night   wrecked   the  rear  end   of j
Walter  Vanstone's furnace and sheet,
metal works ai 2910 Easl  Eighteenth
street.    Vanstone runs an open shop
and employs five men. He says he has
had no trouble with the labor unions.
The explosive  was placed on  a  stairway outside the building, leading to
the basement.    The damage will not
in
at rest, tlie physician lias the current
of the heart where he can measure
and examine It.
The patient is put at rest, one elec
trode is fastened to his arm, and one
to the opposite leg, and the current
general eii by the movement of the
heart of the patient is conducted to a
quartz wire suspended in a magnetic
field, which Is deflected according to
tlie amouni. of current flowing
through  it.
Record  Picture Made.
An  are  light  is    thrown  tbrough  a
condensing microscope upon the moving   wire,   the  shadow   from   which   is
thrown   through   another  microscope. ! AH
which   magnifies     it   600   limes     andj
throws the shadow  through  a  slit, at
righl   angles  to  the   position  of   the
i wire  upon    a  screen.     Hack    of  the
screen   is  a  camera   with   a   rotating
film,  which takes a record picture of
the movement  on the 'foint made by
I the  Intersection of the silt  with tho
| shadow of the wire.
This  picture  is  compared  with pic-
B   C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 ani
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every   half   hour    thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   N'ew   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
< Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
' On  Sundays cars leave Westminster
',    at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
1    8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
There  are no dead flies   lying   about
when
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
are used as directed.
Druggists,   Grocers   and   Geoeial   Dealer.
sell them.
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster    8:17
a. m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:30
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
I    Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  arrives
! New Westminster 0:25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  4:35  p.m.;   arrives
i New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  11:45 p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
e      el   $100.    There  was  no one  m         ^^_ ^^^
the  building when  the explosion took   tures  of   perfectly   normal   heart   car
t,iace. rents,  and by this method  the physi
_  clans are often able to determine the
nature of the patient's affliction.
Social   Evil   in   Lethbridge. The distance of the    patient    from
Lethbrldge, Jan. 1.���Chief of Police the station is a matter of little import
Gillespie is asking the city council to aIU-e���a hundred yards or a mile
appoint a commission of citizens to n-, makes no difference.
vestlgate thoroughly the whole matter
of segregation and the social evil.
New  Westminster  Land   District,
trist cf New Westminster.
Take  notice  that   Edward   Hawkins.
of Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
intends  to apply   for   permission   to
purchase    the    following    described
lands:
Commencing al  a cosi   planted on.
the   beach   on   ihe  east    si'e   of   the!
Agamemnon channel and joining T. L.
N'o. 41966 on the no'.th side and marked   Edward  Hawkins;   S.  W. corner,
thence  E. 60 chains lo line Of  limit j
No. 39713, thence N. 60 diains a'.on.^l
line to and west: ^^^^^^^^^k
along   beach   to  j lace   of   commence- j C. N. R. Coal Dock Burned.
ment and containing 80 acres more or J    Dauphlln Man.. Jan.   l���The  Cana-
less. ! dian     Northern     Ratlwav    ""-���'���" ���:
EDWARD HAWKINS.    : coal dock ami contents were destroy-
JAMES A  LEWIS, Agent, led by flre yesterday uitenuon.
***a^^^^^^^^^a*^a\****\****\
Two Aviators
Dashed to Death
(Continued from Page One.)
Street  Car  Strike  in   Everett.
Everett,   Wash.,   lan,   1.���ah   city
Btreet car lines were unworkable last
night   in  consequent  of a  strike   for
wages, the men In most cases
leaving their cars where they were at
the time the strike order went iuto ef- \ clear just how he came t0 toprle from,
feci There was no disorder, except Wa Beati lnlt he had circled ,he held1
in one or two instances. ^���~^���m^���m^���m*      ..*.-*.,-         .���
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves    Port    Guichon    8:00    a.m.
daily, except Sunday;  arrives at New
j Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
1910.
New Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-!
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice  that  Leslie  L. Dicker-
man, Of  Vancouver,  11. ('., occupation |
lumberman,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a pest planted on
the beach on west side of Sechelt In-
let, and at the northeast corner of
lot No. 2727 and marked "L. L. Dick-1
erman,' Northwest Corner," thence
thence east 20chains,
Could Not Bunco
This Man
Has No Use For Peddlers Selling
Worthless Medicines
^^^^^^^^���Hmh 80 chains,^	
Newspapers will not bo paid for this thence south 50 cliains, thence east
advertisement if they insert it with-1 ��;o chains more or less to the beach,
out  authority  from the  Departmenl.     thence north and west along beach to
commencement   and   containing   *on
acres more or less
320
AMENDED   NOTICE  OF  SHERIFF'S
SALE OF CEDAR POLES.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Date November 29, 1910.	
Under and by virtue of a warrant pt
execution against the goods and
chattels of the North Star PfltoW*
pany, at the suit of Frank Wlllens
will sell at Duthie Station, Qreal
Northern Railway. Burnaby, on rues-
day, the 3rd day of January 19U.
at Hi o'clock In the forenoon, the tc ���
lowing or sufficient thereof to satis*
the Judgment and costs herein, about
100 cedar poles aboul ll Inches at top the beach
and  IS  inches at   butt, from 60 to.66   * .*	
feet long and as soon aa^gOBBibie
a flerwards. at the North PJlJ'����� |
company's camp, Royal Oak broad.
Burnaby, ISC. cedar poles aboat 1
inches at top. and about 18 j^hesat
1, .tt, from 50 to 05 feet long* Terms
of sale, cash. '*
T. J. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff.
December 24, 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Crookstairs, Ont.
National DniR Co. of Canada,
Limited.
New Westminster Land  District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take  notice   that   Cecil   Killam,   of
Vancouver, B. V., occupation barrister'
ut law, intends  to apply  for permission  to  purchase   the   following   described lands:
Commencing  at   a  post   planted on
iibotit 1V4  miles nottheau
from Egmont Point, Jervls Inlet, and ,	
marked  "('.   Ki lams  Northwest  Cor-   pleMe ���_$&<i following Carefully,
tier,    tlience cast 20 chains-, thtn:e - - .  __um
south 20 chains, thence west 20
chains, more or less, to beach, thence
north along beach to il.ue (f commencement   and  containing   111  acres
more or less.
CECIL KILLAM.
J. A, LEWIS, Agent
Dated November 29, 1910
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Re   Lots   3
n���d  4.  Block  4   being   New Westminster; {-and DUtrjC*,
Dis
parts of a portion "A" otSeotlonM
Block 6, North Range 2 West Spring-
hill, in tho District of New Westmln.
8 Title number 15108A, Issued in the
name of Catherine II. Brown, has been
filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby Riven that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
less 1 nthe meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
"iflrid  Registry  Offlce,  New   West
���'/   ���  *. B. C, December 2, 1910.
trist of New Westminster
Take  notice   that   C Int   F.   Dicker-
man, of Vancouver, B, C., occupation
lumberman, Intends to app y far per-
mission to purchase the following de ,
scribed lands: j
Commencing a* a inst planted on|
the beach in Bll Inns Bay, Nelson Island, and joining P, R. No. 1678 and
marked "C. E. Dlckerm it's Northeast Corner," thence south tO chnim,
thence west 80 chains, (hence north
40 chains more or less to leach,
thence easterly along beach to place
of commencement, an.l containing :S20
acres more or less.
CLINT B, D'CKENMAN.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent,
Date November 28, 1910.
"I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who said he had heard
that 1 was troubled with Rheumatism.
1 told liim I had been and he wanted to
sell mc some other medicine. I answered
that I was taking GIN PILLS, the
only medicine that did me any good.
I told him that I had tried various
j other medicines but none had done me
i nny good but GIN PILLS and that I
always kept a box in the house. GIN
TILLS have done me more good than
any other medicine I have ever taken.
You are at full liberty to use this letter
for the benefit of all concerned."
twice looking for a suitable place to
land. Suddenly the winds seemed to
catch the machine, lt turned head
lirst toward the earth, and an instant
later tiie aviator left it, tumbling clear
over its front.
Moissant was still breathing when
workmen from the flat car trains,
which stood near by, picked him up
and laid him on a car. But he was
dead when a surgeon reached, the car
at the I'nion station.
Crowd in Awed Silence.
Hoxsey was dipping downward and
spurting upward about 000 feet from
the ground when the great crowd saw
his aeroplane rise a few .*eet. turn
over sideways and plunge to the
earth. It was several minutes before
the officials, who rushed to tlie spot
In an automobile, could get his body
from the wreckage. He was dead
when carried into the little hospital
on the grounds.
The great crowd waited la awed
silence until the announcer finally
shouted through his megaphone:
"Arch. Hoxsey is dead."
Hoxsey'. blograph was.scill running,
it showed that he had beea up 7142
feet, that he had begun the fatal glide
at 6673 feet and that his last fall had
heen of 563 feet.
New  Deeds.
Moissant  was a native of Chicago,
forty years old. He had been a soldier
of   fortune  in   Central   America,  and
became Interested in aviation at   the
Rhelms meet in 1909. He was the tint
man   to   cross   the   English   channel
with a passenger, and won the gratitude of hls countrymen by  wresting
from the    Britisher,   Grahume-White,
the prize for the shortest flight from
Belmont   Park  around  the  Statue  of
Liberty in New York harbor.   He had
recently  startled the  South  with his
flights  at  New  Orleans,    having    at
least one narrow escape in the   last
few days.
Moissant was a widower. His j
seventeen-year-old son, Stanley, a student at a California scl%>ol, was attending the Los Angeles meet. He had
been so happy there that the news of
his father's death had been kept from
him for a time.
Hoxsey was a resident of Pasadena,
a few miles from where he met his
death. Mrs. C. M. Hoxsey, hls mother,
had Intended to go up with him yesterday as a passenger, but had not yet
appeared on the field.
Hoxsey loomed large in the public
eye a few months ago, when Colonel
Theolore Roosevelt made a flight
with him, the ex-prestdent waving his
arms at the crowd in characteristic
fashion. ^^_^^^^^^^_
At the Los Angeles meet Hoxsey
had been the protagonist. Besides
breaking the world's record for altitude Monday, he had reached 10,675
feet  Friday  in  an  effort to  put hls
^^^^^^^^ Joswh Sthvknson.
Don't be Imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. If your dealer won't supply
you witli GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of 50c. a box, 6 for *)2.50,
send direct to us. Sample box free if you
mention this paper, and money promptly
refunded if GIN PILLS do not give
relief. National Drug and Chemical
Co.   Dept. B. C,   Toronto. 68
Mnnga-Tone Blood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thiu
bloodless people, especially valuable for    iCC.  ,***,..,,   ...	
correcting female troubles. They purify m,.rk beyond all question. Thursday
and enrich the blood, and help to build he had startled military men bv soar-
up the whole system. 50c. a box at all ing 4200 feet above Mount Wilson,
aealeWl 15800 feet high.
Stop Che Leaks
InYourCoalBiSI
Use a Currey-Oxfcrd
range and rave 20 per cent.
cf ycur coal bill.
Thc "Chancellor" shown
here 13 the finest steel range
made ty thc well known
Gurney - Oxford Company.
There's no better to be had
in thc country. Made in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range cn the market, with every late device
for economy and convenience.
Material is the best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
cither end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop door on warming closet. Divided oven flue, tj
insure even baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
oven door If desired. Made
for coal or wood. Besides
those special features������
The OXFORD V
I     will Vrrp jaur Ore loind gt IowpM rovtib'.e     ���
I     roil lor furl.   >*il. uve al ItMt 20 per cent.
H    ol (he   io.I  ynii tow u.sf   sod   will lake  hll
I    t okinj nilon ��p (lie chimney.
You'll save money every diy you
uso a QuruoyOxforo. Ami nlwayi* sr**t
mora satisfactory results from your
caoklng.
Lot v.a d-monfttrato to ycu tho
" Kfoioiaiz'r," trid tbo other Gurney-
Oxfmi points of superiority. BeS how
p^tfoot ;t good ratlin oan bo.   Wp will
tilso   show   you   other   Ciurney-Oxfnn.
Btovoa and ranges I ot every purpose ana
for RttV kind of fuel. On d'splay oa
our Room till the time.
Get acquainted with tho best
known, beat liked stoves and ranges in
nil C mud i An.1 io H aow���for the good
of your pocketbook,
T. J. TRAPP & CO.l
681 Columbia Street.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of
Arrival:
. Ime
of
ing
20:00���United States via C. P. 1
(daily except Sunday)     7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. E. 1
(daily except Sunday)     7 30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday'  1   00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. i
(daily except Sunday .   ,00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R
(daily except Sunday)     7 39
13:00���Victoria   via   B.  C.  E.   K.
(daily  except  Sunday1.. 7:3u
I  7:30���United States via O. N. H.
(daily except Sunday/.. 7:30
! 15:00��� United States via G. N. i:.
(daily except Sunday). 16:00
112:10���All points east and Europe (daily)    7:30
! 23:00���All points east and Europe (dairy)     15:15
il2:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)       7:30
j 20:00���Sapperton and Eraser
mills      (daily     except
! Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds    (daily    except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam   (dally    except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Str-.wberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner.     Port     Guichon,
Westham island   13:30
10:00���Annlevllle,  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver,    Piper's   Siding     via    G.    N.     R.
(daily except Sunday).. 14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally except Sunday).. 15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tueaday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Bat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
J0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui,Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)    7:30
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine    (dally    except
^M       Sunday)        7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hatleraen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-       ,
P ���t. ;*&&!$&
'.
e
II
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Page right,
IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  JANUARY  ?
1911.
Brass
Goods
See our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what you are looking
for. You should certainly see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before buying elsewhere.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
The plumbing flrm of McMurphy &      The  general  parrel   wicket  at  the
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
Opening  date for Winter
Term, January 3
It will pay any young man
or young lady to attend
this school which is acknowledged as the school of
superiority in business training.
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
Craig 1ms dissolved partnership.-
Ice cream on hand. Irn A. Reid, next
tram ollice.   Phone 810." **
Tlie Installation of officers ot the
Teamsters' union will take place In
the Labor Temple tomorrow evening.
A court of revision for the municipality of Burnaby will be held in the
municipal hall    tomorrow    afternoon.
Classes will reopen ai 'Columbian
college tomorrow, bill ii Is not likely
many of the outside Hlfideiils will  be
city  post  office   will   be   open  today
only from noon to one o'clock.
The regular meeting of the city
council will be held tomorrow evening, tonight, llie usual meeting time,
being observed as a holiday.
A carload of machinery, the first of
five ordered by Gilley Bros., ani veil
from the east on Saturday. A rock
crusher was Included in the outfit,
Tlie St. Peter's club will hold its
opening dance in St. Patrick's hall on
Tuesday   night   of   next   week.     The
back at their desks befoie tic end of  chaperones   will   be    Mes.!anics   W.
We thank our many
customers for their patronage during the year,
and extend to all the
Season's Greetings.
We nave been in
business about thirty
years. It might interest you to know
that this has been the
best year in our history.
We shall continue
to give the public our
best service and
solicit a continuance
of your patronage.
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,   B   C.
-  43. les. 72.
the week.
See the big two-mile two-man relay
race at the roller rink,Monday after-
noon. Admission 10c, skates 2bc. **
Silas Fader is the first alileniianie
candidate to use the advertising
columns of the newspapers ..in an appeal for votes.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call the H. C. Messenger, day or night, any time, aud he
will come to your aid.   Phone Till. **
The Daily News will'not. be published tomorrow morning, the staff electing to enjoy a postponed N'ew Year's
celebration.
The monthly meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary of St. Paul's He-
formed Episcopal church, which was
announced for this afternoon, has
been postponed until next Monday.
For your Xew Year gifts go to H.
Morey & Co. Plenty of pretty and useful things still on hand (o choose
from. A Happy New Year to you all.
H. Morey & Co.. 6G5 Columbia St. **
The Weir steamer Oceano, of the
Australian mail line, is expected at
Fraser Mills on January 10, where a
cargo of 1,500,000 feet of lumber will
be taken on for Sydney, N.S.W.
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, aud all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R -OS **
Wood, wood, wood. Order your
wood at the Walsh Sash and Door
company and you will get It within an
hour from the time your order is received.    Phone 413. **
Found, at the Walsh Sash and Door
company, the best kind of wood; delivered to your home one hour after
vou have put in your order. Phone
413. **
The funeral of Charlotte Hall, who
died   yesterday   morning,   will   take
I place this afternoon at two o'clock to
| the   Church   of    England   cemetery.
Murchie & Sons have charge of the
funeral arrangements.
Morris, F. J. Lynch, E. Qoulet and R,
Cheyne.
The December returns at tho land
register}- office totalled $(1(151!.51, thc
applications numbering liciT. In the
I corresponding month of 190'J the applications numbered HNS and the
fees amounted to $3941.20.
The Guild of St. Andrews will hold
its monthly literary night    tomorrow
evening, when members are requested
to "come prepared to discuss relative
i merits of    the    English,    Irish    and
j Scotch."   The nature of the prepara-
I tions is not specified.
The Public
i
Supply Stores
htow About
That Dress Suit ?
Too   Small   for You   Now?
Yes, 1 thought so. Well, it
has served its day. Get a new
one. It will be good for another
ten years. Aitchison has all
the latest ideas frcm both sides
of the Atlantic. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual advantage.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
For the Holiday Trade
All Prices.      All Sizes.
Mint's DRUG STORE
Deane Hlock.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
A military smoker will be held in
the armouries this evening. Tlie ai-
tractions include thiee boxing and one
wrestling bouts, races, a basketball
match and amusing di ills by an awkward squad.
Try our wood. Walsh Sash and
Door company.    Phone 413. **
The labor candidates for school
trustees and aldermen have arranged
for a public meeting to lie held in
Johnston's hall, Sapperton. on Thursday of this week, when all the candidates will speak. Other meetings are
being arranged, including one in the
west end early next week.
George Kennedy, who has been confined to his room with a bad cold
since his return from Ottawa, where
he went with the Eraser river improvement deputation, was able to
come downstairs for the first time
yesterday. He expects to he able to
attend to business by the end of the
week.
In the endeavor properly to celebrate the arrival of another year, one,
John Countryman by name, who was
recently slwashed, went over to Vancouver and returned in a condition
'suggestive of the excessive use of au
acoholic stimulant and staited a rough
house at his residence. Ills wife telephoned for the police, and John was
lodged in the cooler over night.
The receipts for Ihe month of December at the crown timbei office
amounted to $8505.00. For the corresponding month last year the
amount taken in was $5:127.31, the Increase for 1910 over 1909 being
$3178.5!��. The total receipts for tlie
nine months of the fiscal year, up to
December 31, amounted to $111,412.41).
The opening of the provincial house
which has been fixed for January 12,
clashes with all the elections held
under the Municipal Clauses Act. As
a result, the opening will probably bo
poorly attended, as most of the mem
hers have sufficient interest in their
home constituencies to record their
vote at the civic or municipal elections. Frank MacKenzie, M.L.A., for
Delta, Is one of those whose seat will
not be filled on the opening day, he
preferring to exercise hls franchise in
Delta, Surrey and  New Westminster. I
W. E, Sinclair, the shoe merchant,
will move today to the stores at pres-'
ent occupied by McQuarrie Bros., tiie1
Province    and   J.   J.   Johnston.    All |
necessary alterations in thc new store
will be completed by this evening an-l
the place will  be ready for business
tomorrow morning.    McQuarrie Bros,
and the Province local representative
will move across Columbia street, taking the stoic at present occupied bv
the Western    Sales    company;    J. J.
Johnston will occupy    the s'ore    vacate 1 by W. E. Sinclair. l
I take this opportunity of thanking
all our patrons and
friends for their
liberal support during the past year,
and trust to have
a continuance of
same for 1911.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
"We take tins oppor
tunity of wisnm
ONE AND ALL
AH
appy
N
ew
Y
ear
We also desire to express our appreciation of the patronage of thousands who
have contributed to our most successful
year's business.
OUR AIM TH15 YEAR
Will   be  to   make   this   store
more attractive in every way
/ wish you all a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  .6,200,000
Reserve   8,900,000
Thc Bank has 175 branches,
Intending in Canada from tbe
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Kico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YOI.K and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
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1891
HEAD OFFICE
Ntw Westminster. B.C.
1911
I GREETINGS   1911
t        To Our Old and New Clients
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. |
| Wish their numerous clients at home and abroad,
| the old but ever green wish
"A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR"
AND  MANY  OF THEM.
Vnncouver     -    Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove t
L
Select Your New Year's Piano Now
We will hold It for yon
til New Year's.    Large si ich
to choose  from.    Wo carrj
Gerhard Helntzman, Domin
Ion and Doherty, We sell
Victor and Kdlson Talking
Machines, Sheet Music, Sew
ing Machines, etc. Easj
payments if desired.
"   "WiM PIANOS, $275 UP THIS WEEK
J. H. TODD'S Music House
419 Columbia Street Phone 694
OPEN    EVENINGS
m
1
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
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