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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
REPORTERS ATTEND
MEETING Of TRUSTEES
PAKKtK WILLIAMS MAKES
FUN OF CAPITAL'S MORALS
School Board   Business   no
i
Longer Transacted in Cam-'
era��� Night School to Start
Socialist     Declares     Songhees     Were
Moved from Victoria Lest They
Be Corrupted  by "Betters."
Ai   a full  meeting    of    ihe    school
hoard last   night   ihe  representatives
of the press were present for the flrst'tine business
time in two years.   Then- was no op- P1^ ! .e w|��ole afternoon In
position whatever    ottered    to    their I criticizing the    government
Victoria, Jan. 16.���The House today
elected Dr, MacGowan, of Vancouver,
as chairman of the committee of ways
and  means for the session.
Apart  from  the transaction  of  rou-
'arker   Williams  occult speech
from    a
hoard seemed to pul   themselves |lnat  Manson, of
presence and indeed the members of
tin      	
oul  to make the newspapermen feel
at home.
The  meeting   was a   long one    and
much   important   business   was   trans-
socialist point of view, He declared
that Manson, of Comox, who haj
shown considerable Independence last
session, had become so lame that lie
would feed out of McBride's hands.
Referring to the    Songhees   reserve
ailed before the hoard went
mittee on  the  estimates.
Night Schools.
It vvas unanimously decided to start
night schools at once and continue
until the lirst of May,
Although the members of the hoard
all agreed in starting the scliool there
was considerable difference of opinion
as to tlieir operation.
it was shown hy Secretary Lennie
that enough applications had been received to warrant the establishment
of night schools and then a long dis
cussion of ways and means ensued.
Trustee Reid, from liis experiences
with the militia, was inclined to thlnn
that tlie enthusiasm would die down
in a montli or two and woul I result
in the failure of the scheme. For this
reason he was in favor of employing
teachers already on the s. aff. paying
tliem extra, of course, for the night
work and not compelling them to
work  unless they  volunteered.
llis pessimistic view did not find a
great deal of Bupport, hut other mem-
bers of the board were in lav or of
using caution.
Mrs. Cross thought it was not lai.
I, teachers or scholars to have tie
same teachers iu both day and night
schools
nto com-' settlement   he   said   that  the   trouble
' was that  the morals of the city    of
Victoria   were   becoming   BO  had   that
the government  found it necessary to
| move the Indians away.
HONEYMOON   HOTEL.
At
Four Consecutive Marriages Bridegrooms Were  Named Scott.
While spending some months visiting in Europe last year Mr, and Mrs.
.1. R. Kennedy, of Sapperton, were
guests for three weeks at the Douglas
hotel, Bath street, Glasgow, a famous
marrying place of that city. Tlle
hotel is well adapted for wedding
functions, a speciality of catering to
bridal   parties   being  made.
Recently, according to advices just
receive 1 by Mr Kennedy, the Douglas
hotel was the scene of four consecutive weddings in one week, the hilde-
zronms all bearing tlie same surname,
Scott, The contracting parties were
Scott-Anderson, Sei tt-3levenson, Sco t-
3uttle and Scott-Robertson.
PRESIDENT   RESIGNS.
Mrs. A. M. Herring Severs Connection
with   Women's  Auxil.ary.
The    Women's    Auxiliary    <f    the
NEW COUNCIL HOLDS   jWATER SITUATION
BUSINESS MEETING' GRADUALLY IMPROV
Schemes and Plans for 1911 (Danger Will be Over in Two
-Schools
LOCAL ELECTION IS NOT
IN DANGER OF ANNULMENT
Are Aired for First Time
--Chances Suggested.
of
at
was
out-
Bry-
or   Three   Days-
Forced to Close.
In  a  somewhat   lengthy  session
the city   council   last   evening,
wliich the business transacted
mainly of a routine nature, the
standing features were Alderman
son's report in regard to the water
situation ami Mayor Lee's "speech
from the throne,"putting foi ward suggestions as to tlie most urgently need-'
ed legislation leiuiiing the council')
attention.
These  include    a    recommendation'
that the auditor
at an early date, and that the suggestions contained therein he discussed
with a view to adoption or otherwise;
that a city storeiiouse be established
With a harassed look in Ids eye
and a careworn expression overspreading liis genial countenance,
Al lerman Bryson, at the council meeting last night, related tlie tale of hla
woe;; and adventures in tlie exercise
of liis eagle guardianship over the
water supply of New Westminster
during die past week of frost and
thaw. And, according lo ills report, i
is difficult to say which is the worse.
To begin with, he explained that
under ordinary circumstances it was
considered     sufficient     provision     lo
I have  ten  feet   of  water  in  the  upper
report be gone into,reservoir and a reasonable depth  i.i
the others.    This was the state of affairs  on   Monday,  the  ninth, the day
when  all  the    trouble    started.    On
Tuesdav       	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ . to   work,   and   was   kept   .,    	
where supplies may be stored aud a j than half the time, hut in spite ol
storekeeper appointed to take charge this fact, ihe upper reservoir fell tei
thereof;  that the sewer system of the. feet in three days, and was completed
city  he completed  hy    an    additional ' *'-J
scheme coveiing  Sapperton  and    the
Special Provision Made for Use of Old
Lists���Time Too Short to Comply
with   All   Requirements.
NATURALIST HAS
HARD TRIP IN NORTH
At
:i result of the trouble iu Vic
toria in regard to the il ictlon of mayor and aldermen there on an improperly compiled voters' list, thereby
rendering the said elect 1 in, In all probability, null and void, a rumor gained currency in the city yesterday to
tlie effect thai as the local elections
were based on n voters' list compiled
in the same manner that tlie 1909 list
had been made, the election here als i
would he rendered illegal. I th
Dominion Survey Department Official Reaches Gim-
li After 1100 Mile Journey
Glmll,   Man.,  .lan
L, Macour. F. R, l\. S
tor and  naturalist  of
survey   department   at   Ottawa
Bachand and a | arty of the D
hydrographical bureau, together with
Captain Harold Bartlett  and crew of
schooner Jeanie, arrived bere to-
having come all the way
Churchill,   lino   miles,   by
16,���Professor J,
���. assistant dlrec-
tlie  geological
A.   Q.
ominion
trom
dos
trip
and
Fort
On enquiry at the city hall last even I day,
ing, this story was laid to rest In Fori
short order. i train.
"It   is true."  sai I   .Mayor  l.ee. "that. Studying Flora and Fauna.
this might have oecured on account of      Professor  Macour made    the
tlie fan   that   this year  we are work-   north   to   investigate   the    flora
ing under the Municipal clauses Act fauna of tl.e country  north of . v...
Instead of the old charter, hut  in an- ��� Churchill and arrange for material for
ticipation of such an occurrence, and   the   new   national   museum.     He   left
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ in view of the fact that we would have Ottawa for Churchill last spring ani
night the pump was  started j had no time to compile a new list ac-j the last word received
going  more cording to the   requirements of   the
in  spite  of I Act, a clause    was   inserted    in   the
..... ... ._     Westminster  Act  to cover  this    contingency, and  so far as I  know,    the
election wil lstand."
emptied     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
______^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_..    Tlie pump was then put on continu-
west  end;   that a harbor engineer be   ously, and the water was again rising,
appointed to prepare a harbor s-heme. I when late on Sunday night a four inch :
Increase Aldermanic Board. main  on  Front   street   burst,  and   he-!
llis worship also advanced the sug-  fore the pumping station could be Ingestion  that the time  has  now come   formed   and   instructed   to   turn   the!     ,,,  ,,,���     ���,_*���  ���,_���.,   ������,  ,.,���v
to consider the advisability of increas-   water into    the    reservoir    supplying\*.r_\   ,f .>, * >t.ieiua>
, ., ,  ., ,.        , r tl lal ot  1- in
that section of the city, the reservoir'
PLAINTIFF  NON-SUITED.
Litigation  Over  Dead  Horse  Ends
Dismissal of Case.
tlK
Dr. Green stated that some teachers I Roy~j  Columbian  hospital
., g extra work.    )   s J uaual monthly meeting in the board of
to
tho
trade room at tlie city hall yesterday
afternoon, when the ordlnarj  routine
1 business  was  disposed of.
The resignation of Mrs, A. M. Herring,   president   of   the   Boclety,   waa
; lead.    Mrs. Herring is leaving the city
ito tak,1 up her residence at  "it*  Meadows.    In  accepting  ler resignation,
the members expressed a deep sense
of regrel  at the loss of their president,  who  has  rendered  much  good
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I sei v this work,
present Btafl wen- eligible to apply., Mrs. a. ii Cordon was appointed
HI motion to that effeel curried and actlng president until the enl of the
applications will he called lm a; one- I flnancla| yt.ar> which is in April, and
li   is  lhe  intention,  il   possible,  _to.\lr.       Gordon     and     .Miss   Aimstron.;
(secretaryJ  were appointed a visiting
committee.
pre enl   Bchool  hours were    liiaik
accommodate the pupils and not
teachers.
It.  A.  Stoney  nnd  Mrs.  Cross  were
firmly of the opinion th.it a great deal
ol   the su-"ess  of  such  a  school     de
priieed upon the teacher secured.
Advertise for Teachers.
With tne object of obtaining the
11 si teachers Trustee Peck advocated
advertising for teachers, with the understanding   that   members   of   the
ipply
ing lhe aldermanic hoard to nine mem
bers. Work has expanded in such a i
manner as to render it impracticable'I
in his opinion, lor seven aldermen to
handle it efficiently, each man having]
to serve on three committees of thre ��� j
members. The act allows a board of
ten.
ln the matter of street improvements, the mayor was of opinion thai
'these Ought to he handled more sys
I tematlcally, having regard to the relative Importance of the thoroughfares lo le dealt wilh, and thai as i.i;
ae possible nil work executed should
he ol a permanent nat me.
Suggests   Poolroom   Bylaw
Minor suggestions related I i the institution of a bulletin board   a'    the
city hai! on which might  he posted lm
was   again   emptied.    This  time    the
water was shut off at  the mnins, until   the  break  could   he  repaired,  and
the   situation   at   present    is   satisfactory.    Water    is  being    supplied    to
practically every part of the city, the
supply   in   th.e   reservoirs   is     steadily j
rising,   and   unless   some   unexpected
, break occurs, the worst is over and in i
��� three days nt the outside the situation j
' v. ill again he normal
Deplores Waste of Water.
Alderman Bryson    complained   hit
terlj of the practice of running water
! laps in tlie houi es to prevent  no.
lng.    .
I   believe   1   am   safe  to   state,"   he
asserted, "that   dm inc. this period  we
have had a thousand houses running
trom him was
in .July. His friends had grave fears
for his safety until ahout a week ago
when word was received hy mail,
from Churchiil, that he had been
wrecked on the steamer Jeanie, but
had got safely to shore and had
reached there in safety.
The schooner Jeanie was chartered
by the R. N. W. M. P. to take supplies
north to Churchill to Fullerton, making cache at Stelmo Point inlet,
Chesterfield  inlet  and  Wager hay.
The Jeanie, a schooner of a bun Ireil
tons, left. North Sydney, N. s., in
charge  of  Captain  Harold  Bartlett  iu
���rey vs. Barnet and McDonald and Hudson came up before Judge
Howay.    Alter  the deposition of    the
plaintiff ban heen heard W. J. White-1 ������"o�� ����   -..,�������� - ��� ���
side, acting for Barnet and McDonald,  July, and  although  encountering sev-
asked for a non-suit, as no evidence I****** rall(>s of ice- ''-^ ha,i il lalr **p9-
ol agency had been shown.   The   non-1
suit  was granted.
sian the night school next Monday
evening. The subjects to he taught
will include leading, writing, arith-
metic,  literature  and   drawing.    The
WEDS  GYPSY   MUSICIAN.
i Continued on Page Five.)
CITY ENGINEER HIT ON
HEAD BY FALLING BKlCK
W. B. Blackman Narrowly Escapes
Serious lnjury"When Brick Falls
from Post Office.
American   Woman     Marries     Princess
Chimnay's  Ex-Husband.
Budapest,   Jan.   hi.���Janozy   Rigo,
best known in America as "Gypsy"
KlgO, an orchestra leader Who vvas
once lhe husband of Princess Chiniay,
.formerly Clara Ward, of Detroit, has
appeared in public heie with a beautl-
j fu I   American   woman   elegantly     al-
' tired. He Introduced her n> an Interviewer as liis new  wife, "formerly
I Katherine Halley, the   daughter   of
I or tan I   matters  10
.['tv  by ihe council
before   these  came
tlon:  beautlflcatton of public
and a hylaw regulating  poolrooms ri!
lh"   interesl   of  li e   youth   of   lhe  city, j
Ii   vvas decided that  copies of    the
mayor's report  he supplied  to the al-,
dennen, and  that   il   he  considered  at
a special meeting of the council to be
called  by   his  worship.
Suggested  Committees.
The personal of the varl ms commit-'
tees vvas thei submitted as under, tbe
first   named   being  chairman:
Finance, Johnston. Bryson ami
Lynch; water. Bryson, Johnston and
Henley;   light, Gray,  Lynch  and
he   dealt   with   111-   |���   some  cases  torn-   half-inch   taps   I'm    ',',"'.'
 ,_..      .,.,.     aid hrm lor wh
When the trial was proceeded with
against J. '.. Hudson it was shown
thai he was acting agent  for Barnet
and   McDonald.  The case  was dismiss
ed.    W. G. tacQuanie acted for   the
plalntlfl   and   W. J.   V, hite. ide f ir    th
del  ndaat.
The suit   was for $525, the price <
a team ol horses which the plalntlfl
Arthur Furrey, sold to J, L. Hudson
One of the horses while heing unloaded fiom a scow broke Its U'V. and had
i i be shot.    The Barnel  mil McDon-
Bton; hoard of works. Campbell, Cray
and Dodd. police and health, Dodd.
Cray and Bryson: parks nnd library,
Lynch, Henley and Campbell; flre and
market, Henley, Dodd nnd Campbell.
This was laid o-er for consideration,
There wns nothing unusual in the
communications deall with.   The clty
twenty-four hour*   twenty-four hours    every    day.    The
up  for consldera'j waste is enormous.    It  we had  Lake
porks; j Coquitlam running Into our maths, It
could nol keep this going.
"The practice is one that must he
stopped. The proper method of avoiding frozen water | Ipei in houses Is
to shut off the waier and tli ain the
pipes,   and   if   the   people   will   not   do
this voluntarily, means must be found
to force them to do so. It Is tree
that lhe plumping Of some houses is
so constructed that the pipes will not
drain, at: I I am in favor of this spring
ordering  a   house-to-house     Inspection
of the city by the plumping Inspector
John-1 to  ascertain   where   this   Is  the  case.
om, it was allegi d Hu I
ison had been inlying the hoi-e.--. re
! fused to pay lar the dead borse
COLONIES  AT  CORONATION.
engineer   reported   Ihat    three   houses
on Columhla street   where n retaining,
I'"rofess.r Dudley, owning gold pig.BJ^  ,'-to *? ,bl,it  '"'uj'M pver thel
i..    L ! street line of the re-survey some two
'and   have   It   rectified.     And     in     the
' meantime I propose to make a resolution   In   the  proper  place  holding  the
| plumbing   Inspector   responsible   for
[the  plumbing of all  houses  which  be
; Ins] octs in this regard,"
Two of the illy schools closed yei-
terday, the Central nnd lhe Lord Kel
���in.    the   children    being    sent    home
1 (Continued on Page Five.)
I W 11 Blackman, city engineer,
nad a narrow escape from ^ath yesterday. He was walking past the port
office about noon when a brick, which
Had been loosened by the recent frost,
fell off the post office and hit blm on
the  hea.I. ,        , ,   ,,���o.
lie   was   knocked   lo   the   side.vak
but  fortunately the hat  was wearing
lessened the force of the blow   and)
though slightly dazed he wm able to
Proceed to his office In the clt   ball.
H  wns found thai  he had a bad CO.
|n tbe  head.    He secured  medical at
tendance al once, hm had to go homo
and abstain from further work during
t ie afternoon.
Two Holdups in Vancouver.
Vancouver. Jan. lT.-Two holdups
were reported tonight. A Chinese
store on Harris street was rifled bj
masked men. money and valuables being taken. At C��. lar Cove Mrs. Jnton 8
store was entered by two men, |20
heing taken from the till.
in Alaska and extensive property    In
Oregon."
Iligo and his wife spent a week In
his gypsy mother's cottage al PakOBZt,
vvlu-re Katherine Rigo Will build her
mother-in-law a new house.
lm
I,,,..    it  was agreed  Hint  the own-
i Continued on I'age Five.)
NEW  RAILWAY  LINES.
| Applications  at  Ottawa  for  Incorpora
Thompson Is Party Whip.
Victoria, Jan. Hi���At a government
caucus tonight H, H. Thompson was
electetl party whip to success to w.
R Ross. R. B. Watson, ot Vancouver,
was chosen deputy whip.
���������������������������
+ ��*������������   ince to
UNION   OF   MUNICIPALITIES.
'��� Meeting Wid Be Held in Victoria This
Week.
Tlie executive of the Hritish Columbia I'nion  of  .Municipalities will meet
this  week  In  Victoria to consider  the
questions referreJ to it al the annual
convention In  Kamloops hist   November,    Reeve  McNaughl, of North Van
couver district,  vvill  go over on  Wed
nesday  and  other officers  and  executive members who are expected to bi
present are:    Mayor Planta, of Nanai
mo.   Aid.     Enright,    Vancouver;     K<
Reeve llv me, Burnaby; Mayor Robin
son,   Kamloops;   Kx-Reeve   Hose,
rey,  and   Mayor   Le*',   New
ster.
On Thursday, following the session
of the executive, that body will wait
, upon  the  provincial  government   with
i respect to a number of quest ions dis-
i cussed at the convention.
One of the most Important of thesi
is a resolution calling upon the provincial authorities to take some steps
to place the sanitarium at Tranquille
upon a basis whereby all cases of
white plague may he treated, the
municipalities and cities of the prov-
FUEL   SHORTAGE.
Government  May  Have to    Come
Rescue of Prairie  Farmers.
tion and Extension of Time.
to
   Su"-
Westmin
Regina, Jan. 18.- While so far hu
complaints have heen received by the
department   of agriculture,   there   Is
little doubt that unless there Is short-,
lly   Home  let   up  lu   the   present   nevei e'
I spell  of  weather, something like    aj
i fuel  famine  will  be  experienced    in
many parts of the province.   Already]
'shortages exist al Qu'Appelle, Areola,!
Prince     Albert     and     so.eral     other
1 poiuts,  and  stocks  of  coal  and   wood
are  beginning to get   extremely  low
at many other places
Here in Regina some of the coal
dealers have already exhausted tlieir
supply, while others vvill soon be out
unless coal trains get. through from
tbe west within the next day or two
At Qu'Appelle the scarcity of fuel
I has led to the shutting down of the
I light plant. At Areola, despatches re-
I ceived here state that four of the
I local coal yards have exhausted their
supplies.
Farmers in the Moose Mountain district are suffering considerably, and
If the present train blockade continues it is likely the government will
he  asked   to  allow   farmers    to    cut
Will   Shorten   Distance  Between   Port
land and Puget Sound.
Portland, Ore., Jan. Lil.���The H.ooo,-
000 lliirrlmiin tunnel under the Peninsula, which cuts off more limn flve
miles   hetween   Portland     nnd     PUgSl
Ottawa   fan   16.���Application    will  sound will be thrown   ipen   for   the
he maL to parliament this year for operation of passenger trains ���t mid-
, ,r    ri of     .he     Hudson   nlghl   tonight.     All     pnssenger    time
-   p.    /��� River &  Pttclflc Raltwa)   cards on the  Portland-Puget    Sound
,,,,,;   vl ,.���   proposes   to   build  runs will be modified as soonmm.tta
?r��om Port Nelson to Port  Churchill, tunnel  hns heen    given    a thorough
in,.n   westurlv   to   Fort     Vermilion  on   trial,
V    ,,     iver   thence southwesterly       The   most   Important     change    con-
_\   yort It   John   thence  westerly    to   .emulated   is  n   reduction   of  the  run-
,,r ir   I'ns    and   on   to   Port   Pimp-  Ug time of the Bhasto  Limited,   he
��:%lZiiVuti  St. John to �� crack Harrlman mtaibrtwaei.Seattle
nnd San Francisco.    Its present Bcn�� i
The Alaska ti  Yukon railway will Ue of six hours and twenty-five min-
������, .  ,J   ���?��f.ion of time for eon-Lu. between Portland and th. sound
.tructlon and  for legislation  to    ex- will be ont to six hours flat.
pend  fifteen  per  cent,  of  the amount 1
of   Its  capital   for  four  years      It    is
inte.ii<led   to   complete   the     road     in
Will Be Adequately Represented Says
Lord  Strathcona.
London, .Inn.  Hi.���Lord  Strathcona,
speaking     on     the     suggestion     Ihat
colonial representatives should have a
part in the coronation ceremonies,
says that such would he balled hy
Canadians as a priceless privilege
and would mark a further advance
along the path of imperial union.
In  Canada  loynlt.v  to the crowd    Is
fhe outstanding feature   of   national
life nnd the imperial  Idea  ha.s .ripped
in Canada as never before "How far
the suggested Innovation is possible I
am unable to say, but I nm sure ills
.Majesty will see Hint the colonies are
adequately represented," added the
high commissioner.
reaching Churchill In August, and It
was here that Professor Macour took
passage north, also Dr, MarseUtts*
Superintendent Staines and fou   ment
hers of  Cue  R.   N.   W.   M.  P.
Ran  Into  Storm.
The  dav   after  tliey   had  tn ole  their
call at  Wager hay  tbey ran into    a
severe storm. At about L0*.30 pin.
the last ihain gave way and .s hest
they could tl.e ship was guided towards shore. Amid meat darkness
and a roaring hurricane the boat wan
swept agalnsl a rocky shore. At daybreak tlie shore was reached Bafely,
the crew securing what was left of
the life  boats.
>l,iiiy other narrow McaMB from
drowning were experienced Whin
the whole party rea- bOd Fullerton
the whaling schooner Oifford, with
Captain Comer, had (fed up at  Fuller
ton for the winter, but Superintendent
Staines   persuaded   him   to   take    tie
party  to Churchill  and   tbey  set  sail.
(Continued on page four)
yllllllV lOiilit INSTALLS
OFHLtRS rol THIS TERM
NEW   HARRIMAN  TUNNEL.
Ceremonies    Conducted    b.      District
Deputy Grand Master J. W.
MacDonald.
FRANCE   LEADING
IN WAR AEROPLANES
seven years.
The   Dominion   Development     Railway company will seek incorporation.
It  will  run  from  the  N'aas  river    rn
Portland Canal to Fort Churchill an 11 near,1,y twirfi
Port   Nelson.
Paris. Jan.
i made  public
he  assessed  for the cost. ac-iwoort from Moose mountain forest i  -
***** ** . .. I -I   ma A     I ... a  a  .'...      . 411-1*. 1,1.1    111   I I
Boys' Plot Foiled.
Vancouver, Jan.   1"- ��� Tvv0
hoys emploved In a real estate
office  last  night attempted    to
i oh their    employer   of    JIM,
confessing  when  cross-examined.    The  hoys  rifled   tbe  safe.
then one tied the other to   a
chair, leaving blm In the office.
When the employer arrived the
Btorj  of an assault by a masked man did not sound convincing, and under a rapid tire   of
questions  the  lad   broke  down
and confessed.
cording to their population, provided
that the government, pays one-third of
the total expense of erection and
maintenance of buildings.
The executive will also ask that, the
government, give the cities and municipalities power to pass hy-laws regulating th.e milk supply within their
boundaries.
Still another suhject to he taken up
is that of the control of the lands and
water rtghts in the railway tfelt. The
convention in November passed a
resolution asking the executive to approach the provincial government
with a view to Inducing It. to attempt
' to get full control from the Dominion
' government.
serve   without    getting   Tlie    penult
ordinarily  required.
Phoenix  Hotel  Gutted.
Nelson.     Jan.     16,���The     Queen's
hotel  at  Phoenix  was  gutted  by  lire
yesterday.    An overheated stove was
the cause of the conflagration.
lfi.���According to figures I
here  t iday.   .ranee   has ,
  as many wnr aeroplanes1
as all the other powers comhined. Tha
figures are: France, 36; Germany, f>;
Great Britain, ���!; Rnssia, 3; Italy,
Japan, l'nited States, Anstria and
Belgium, two each.
Judge Johnston Dead.
Snult  Ste.  Marie.    Jan.    17
died  Inst  night, at the age
four
Judge j
?oma
of sixty
Agreement in Fisheries Dispute.
Washington, Jan. lfi���An agreement
has been reached in the fisheries controversy.    The details  wl 1  be  given
The semi-annual Installation of tbe
officers of Amity lodge No. 21. I. O.
0, F, took place yesterday evening In
the Odd Fellows' ball. District Deputy
Grand Mnster J. W. .MacDonald. representing the grand lodge of Brltislt
Cihiimhin, heing the Installing officer.
He wns assislel by James Ferguson
(grand marshall), Geofge W. Payne
(grand warden), BJ, Walmsley (grand
secretary), A. Adams (grand financial
secretary i. George Purr (grand chaplain) and (leorge Mackie (grand warden).
The   following   officers   were     duly
installed for tlie current term: tieorge
Adams,   noble   grand:   tieorge   Stagg,
Vice-grand;   W. C,  Coatham.  P.O., recording  secretary:   .1.   W.   MacDonald,
P.O., financial secretary;  Alex. Adams.
P  (h, treasurer; C. J, Purvis, warden
H.  W.  Harrison,    conductor;     R.    A-
Player, outside    guard;    ii. A. Merritbew, inside guard; J. A. Johnson, P
O., R. S. N. C...  D. H. H. Lowther, L.
[S. N. (1.;   M. W. Sohey, R. S. V. G.;
j ��� Dauphlnee, L. S. V. C; .1. D. Coutts,
L.S.S.;  J.  Bf. Tomllson, chaplain;  1.
Hudson, organist.
The affairs of Amity lodge are kw
in a flourishing condition, the membership being ^4t) and the assets
about $21,000. /
After the lodge closed last night
Hie members and visitors letlred to>
the banquet room, where an excellent
program was enjoyed.
Next Monday evening a number of
candidates will receive instructions ia
Johnston,  premier  Judge  of  Algoma, i out at tbe convenience or the Cana- j several  of  tbe   degrees.    The  lodge
-���   ��na l, _,...,. \r\\ar, representatives, it wns announce! j will   assemble   at    half   past    sevem
at the state department, in order that  o'clock, half an    hour    earlier    thaut
the Dominion authorities may be first, usual.
advised as to its provisions.   Ne^otia-1  j
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LIBERAL MEETING NEXT WEEK.
A general meeting of the Westminster Liberal association will
he held In the liagles' ball, over Phillips' store, Columhla street, on
Friday evening, January 27. Matters of unusual Importance to the
Liberal association, the city and district, wlll come up for consideration at thla meeting, and it Is desirable that every Liberal
having the interest of the parly, and this city an.l district, at heart
should attend. The decision to hold this meeting was reached at the
Inst meeting of the Liberal executive.
tions with the Newfoundland government ure still proceeding,
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Call"Her "Winnipeg."
Winnipeg, Jan. 17.���Tbe city council last night   passed   a   resolution
asking  the  admiralty  to    name    the
next Canadian cruiser "Winnipeg."
Resignation Rumor. Denied.
Washington.   Jan.    Iti.���Rumors of
the resignation of Ambassador Bryce
have been denied at the British   embassy hei e.
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C. P. R. Train Derailed.
Ashcroft, Jan. 16.���The C. P.
R. passenger train.No. 97 was
derailed today three miles w ea'
of here. Twelve coaches left,
tbe rails while rounding tx
curve, but there was no one
seriously Injured. The engine
remained on the track.
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY, JANUARY
1911.
WANTKD���AT GENERAL STORE
Fraser Mills, a lady stenographer
and post office assistant, Apply
Canadian Western Lumber Company,
WANTED -- TO BUY TEAM OP
horses, weight from 2800 to 3200
pounds; give description and best
cash price to Walsh Sash and Door
Factory, City.
New Westminster Elections
All accounts against Mr. T. J. Trap])
should be forthwith sent to Mr. R.
Churton, Blackie block, New Westminster.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C, Coast Service
LABOR TROUBLES WORRY
PEOPLE OF PORTUGAL
NEEPAWA    FARMER
APPOINTED     COLONIZER
FOR    C.  P.   R.   LANDS
Citizens    of    Lisbon,  Exasperated    at
Strike, Attempt to Start Trains-
Concessions Granted.
WANTED���BEFORE OU ON THE
10th of February, 5 or 7-roomed
modern house. Careful tenants, no
children. Apply Box 9, Daily News
office.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, GEN-
eral housework. Apply box 1, Daily
News otlice.
WANTED���TO   BUY   AGREEMENTS
of sale; also property close in; only
owners need communicate with
P. O. Box 6, this ollice; all cash
transaction.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except
uesday
.  Daily
nl
... Daily
... Daily
ilits   and
WANTKD -- FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms; good references
Apply box S. News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS     FOR     PRI-
vate hoarding bouse; first class
board; all. home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
sireet, city.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. 62  Hastings street east.
WANTED ��� IMMEDIATELY, FURNISHED room, close lo business
district, State price and particulars.    Box E, O. lv. Daily News.
1:00 p. in	
TO  SEATTLE
10:00 a. m	
11:30 p. tn	
ss.   Iroquois   Sunday
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Jan. 7, 2\.. Feh. IS
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
ll:oo   p,   m	
I:  Feh. 7, 21.
LOGGING   CAMP
Lisbon, .lan. 16.���Although the railroad strike  vvas ended  here Saturday
1 nlghl  by the granting of concessions
to Die strikers the townspeople were
I really th.e cause of the settlement.
Exasperated over   the   discomforts
Cause,i    by    the-    lying  up  of  traffic,
! townspeople broke    into   the   central
- station and tried to force strikers to  United
start a train.
Notwithstanding the
Neepawa.   Man.,   Jan.   10,���Another
I of the pioneers of Neepawa is quitting
active  farming���this  lime  in   the  person  id'  Jessie  Curtis,  of C.lendale.   Mr.
Curtis has been a well known figure
in Neepawa ior ihe past twenty-three
years, being one id' llie district's most
I successful   and    progressive    fanners.
[He has  won  many  prizes    wiih    his
'wheat,  and   big  extra   lino  outfll    of
horses   has   attracted   a   good   deal  of
attention,     Coming  to this  country in
isss  with   practically  no  capital,  lie I gentlemen
That  at   Allahabad    Promises   to    Be
Immense   One.
has, by his industry and perseveranc i,
a competency ior himself.    M".
settlement of
the
troubles,  other  strikes  continui
in
Jan. lo
TO   HARDY
;   Feb.
BAY
8:U0 a. m..
. Kvery
Thursday j
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND   CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00  a.  m,  Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Cliilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
KD. GOT LKT.
Agent, Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A , Vancouver
So serious has the strike become
ihe gas and electric works that the
governor of Lisbon has ordered the
Inhabitants to curtail the consumpt] m
of gas. Firemen have heen forced lo
run  the plant.
An underground explosion of gas
near the railroad terminal last night
caused much alarm. Tin- workmen
were seriously burned and considerable damage to property in the vicinity  vvas  done.
Tlie explosion was due to the gas
main having been cut hy the gas
house workmen who are on strike, or
hy ihe sympathizers.
The railroad service continued
day  as  usual.
Curtis  will   in  future exercise  his en
orc.ios wiih ihe C. P. R. land depart-
I ment,  his  work  being chiefly  in  the
nee States, in ihe interests of immigration and the bringing of settlers
to occupy Die company's lands.    This
greal   corporation   made   no    mistake
in selecting Mr. Curtis for this work,
lie is a typical westerner, lull of optimism as io the future of this western country.   Mr. and Mrs. Curtis will
in all probability make their home iu
Neepawa, his farm  being carried oa
by  his two sons, one of whom is attending   lhe   agricultural   college   in
Winnipeg. Mr. Curtis will enter on hii
; new sphere of work on   Januarj
and w ill he !eav ing for Chica
I that  date.
Calcutta,  Jan.   16.- The  coining
dustrlal exhibition of Allahabad promises  to  rival, if  not  exceed  in  magnitude, the one hold ai Calcutta in 1884.
The aviation demonstration  will   be
lhe very  first to lie held in  India, and
this alone will lie worth a visit.
A   sel   of  revised   rules lias  la-en  is-
aued   regulating   the   grant  to   Indian
of diieci   commissions  as
|officers  in   Indian   regiments,    in   fu
lure an  Indian genl leman  is to apply
personally to the commanding officer
of Ihe particular corps he wishes lo
join. Candidates will he required to
serve on probation for three years,
and, if finally accepted by liis excellency ihe commander-in-chief, their
Commissions  will  have the dale of the
lirst appointment on probation, 'l'he
rules provide also for accelerate,I promotion lo Ihe commissioned ranks of
sons or near relatives ol distinguished
Indian officers.
'l'he question of Improving the con.
dition  of  tlie  BUgar cane cultivators
on lands irrigated hy ll,
in  lhe  I'urandhar.  Bhlmthadi
dapur Talukau of the
has   heen   under  llie   conshh
tlie government for .some
'l'he cultivation of sugar cane i
hill   pays  well  when  11
at   bis
permit
canal
____ "'i in-
��o'ia district
iratli
tlme
past,
IS costly
ie cu ilvai
command capital
of proper manurln
"vern.
Nlra oi.
'    ' - '.���
lie lo(-ai
at
1 ��� :
lul cult ure^^^^^^^^^^^^
It   was represented  to the
ment   thai  cultivators on the
mil had to depend entirely
nancing   of   I heir   cro] s   on
savkars, who frequently obtained n
hulk   of   their   capital    rrora
parts  at   fairly   high  rale, ,,|
ami charged in their I urn
rales.      Tlie   BJ :-lem    undi :
Industry was financed wa
pensive one for cultivators.    |
solution of ihe difficulty  wa
vision of outside capital at  moden
lales of  inl ii C--I.    J
'l'he governmenl  dectdi ���! i
an  6X| eriinelil   tor  I he   |	
onstrating bow far the bi   In
nancing the BUgar cam   cultiva :i
an experiment lor the pn: pi  .
hie and ii has been an angi
advances  under lhe aci Icul
aci   ai   9  per cent   Interei I     Tlie   ,|.
v ances are to be made elthi ,,
Or oil cake manure.
ite
is,
about
LIGHT   ON   COST   OF   LIVING.
��� the pwr to enjoy to th- lull life's
work ami pleasure -cornea only with t
pood dlge :: n,
to-
Millions   Loaned   to
Invested    in
New     York.    Jan
llghl   on  the  high cost
Policy    Holders
Luxuries.
16.���Interestin ;
of  living  and '
DRAW
STRING   CLOSER
ONTICKET-OF-LEAV
the burdens of exiravagnt
afforded this week by  the
I ment that outstanding loan
FOCND���ON   CORNWALL   STREET,
a sum of money. The owner can
receive same by paying for this
advertisement. Apply to 1025 Cornwall sireet.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALK���GOOD ORGAN IN GOOD
condition. For particulars apply to
917 Fifth avenue, city.
FOR SALK Oi
roomed house;
trally   located.
avenue, city.
RENT ��� EIGHT-
fully modern; cen-
Address   917   Fifth
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot: house over store.
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom. Including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. R., ar.d
Dominion Express agencies; near
N'ew Wt st minster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 2'.\
city. tf.
We Have It!
The famous Wellington
COAL
JB   RING UP 56   S
Before your bin is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office, Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
Ottawa, .lan. io.���The department
of justice has decided to put a stricter
application on the tlcket-of-leave system for criminals. ^L
Heretofore, many criminals liave
left the country an.l cone over to ihe
l'nited Stales on being released on
tlcket-of-leave. This the department
has decided not to allow to pass un-
I punished   whereever  possible   in  tin:
������.:���. ure.
To that end they are in communic-
i ation with several cities on lhe American    side   where    Canadian    ticket-of-
j leave men are known to reside and
will have them arrested ancl extradited to Canada. On arrival here they
will be sent back to pi ison to complete their sentence.
i     A   prisoner    released    on    tlcket-of-
leave   is   supposed   to   report   every.
month to the department through the
chief of police of the town where he
'may  happen to  reside.      Laxity   has
ibeen allowed in certain cases tor various    reasons,   but    the    department
'thinks  that they  have  arrived  at    a
; time when the system should be
strictly enforced. Several cases will
he dealt with as examples.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOU PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
bi ow house. In very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 20S Front
street, City.
Garim^r & Ga-diner
IF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
ARTIFICIAL    HOT    SPRING.
Cunning
Device to Heat Very Ordinary Waters.
Portland. Jan. 16.���A cunning ,'.
vice arrangement by which common
mineral springs were converted Into
immensely valuable hot spriiiL-s vv 1 h
tlieir source presumably in the very
bowels of the earth is told ahout by
Fred A. Voung in a suit filed in th.e
circuit   court   here.     Young  says    he
Ivlng was
announci ���
no,, ...... ���    _      i to policy
holders on the books of the New Vork
Life at tie close of 1910 stood at
$1011,0011.ono. That me ms tint viriua1-
ly one-sixth of that company's asset.
vvas so invested, ihe increase in outstanding loans to polIcy-holiers being nearly 11 per cent for 1910
against a gain of 8V6 in 1909.
Although the Mutual Life and Ihe
Equitable have not compiled their
figures yet, th.e preliminary reports
oi those companies show that Ihe
three great New Vork lite companli a
had al the clostj of lasl vear upwards
of   $230,000,1 00   loaned   OUl    lo   po Icj
holders, ln other word-, approximate^ one-eighth of their total as
sets was represented bj such Investments. No such large aggregate
loans on policies weie ever reported
by three companies in ihe history of
Amei lean life insurance.
Thai much of the money secured
went for the purchase of automobiles
and other luxuries vvas shown hy the
facl   that   ihe applicants often asked
that   the  "details  he  kept   Becret,"  all!
that the cl et bs covering the advances
should na I i e Btamped "loan di, Islon."
Some Intimated plainly thai they were
borrowing I i enable their families to
continue In 1910 the scale of living
practiced in 1909,
The New York Insurance law comics; the life companies to make loans
on practically all forms oi Insurance
except term contracts, one companj
has Inserted a ninety.day clause in
its policies which enables it to defer
withdrawals for. a three months' * ���-
riod. just as the savings bank does, ll
it cares to do so. in practice, however
this  company,   in   common   wiih    the
Vigorous Health
nc up weak stomachs -supply thr d ." dive juicM which are lacking   ei
iur fcod beinr; prop'rly converted Into 1 rawn and sinew, red llocd aad active
brain.    50c. a box at your druggist's or from
National Drug and Ch��mlc��] Co   of Canada. Limilod, .... Montr,al
HECTOR   McCAIG.   Manager.
FOR  SALK���ON  KASY  TKK.MS,
roomed house and two lots-
to tram.   Immediate possession
ply Owner. Box 279. City.
SIX
���lose
Ap-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FOR SALE OR RKNT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Applv on premises for particulars or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  RENT���A   FLAT.     APPLY
H. Nelson, I'l7 Fifth avenue.
MRS.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
ROOM TO RKNT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, coiner
Columbia  street  mid Clarkson
TO  RENT.
TO RKNT ��� NEW SEVEN-ROOM
bouse. Apply corner Seventh avenue
and Fourteenth stieet.
IOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tnt
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday" of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, Mayt August
and November, at ����� p.m. Annual
meetings on th�� third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Wesiminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
was duped into paying
Collins hot springs in Skamahia county, Wash., by C. H. Belcher. Ile says
i.elci.er lep.eseined to i.iin tnat m<j
water had its source in subterranean
springs, and that it came to the surface heated naturally to about 11^ degrees Fahrenheit.
After he took possession, Young
says, he made a c ireful examination
into sources of the hot water and
found that it was pi| ed from a surface spring in a small pipe. This
small pipe, he says passed through a
larger pipe, all very cunningly concealed, and while enclosed in the
larger pipe a jet of steam was placed
on it. heating tlie water to a high
temperature. In view of these facts
as he represents them. Young wants
iudgraeiu against Belcher for $42,-
500.
'^r.n^Oie'oUieisusuany  gives, he policy,, older
Water Consumers
As ii is reported that a number of
citizens are allowing their water taps
io run during cold nights, citizens are
hereby notilied and requested to refrain from (hung so. If any are de-
tected in persisting after this notice,
other means will have to he used.
J. S. BRYSON.
Chairman Water Committee.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQFARRIE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets: Vancouver Offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
CHINAMAN'S   SUICIDE
IN   HOTEL   FURNACE
his money   within   twenty-four   houi
after  the  loan   is  applied  for.      The
three    largest    companies    could    bo
made to lend policy holders $300, .-
  in addition to the advances already made should all having the
I right to such accommodation make
such request. It is scarcely conceivable that the depositors of a bank
would withdraw all their balances at
once.
It is the testimony of most   of the
companies that a loan once made on
J an insurance policy sticks in tlie Bame
I way as a mortgage loan sticks upon a
', house.    The experience of one of the
largest companies shows that 90 per
! cent of loans made to policy-holders
j are never repaid. That is to say, thev
; result  either  in  the  abandonment   of
the insurance by the insured or the
i loans become a claim against liis pol-
1 ley  at  death.
Thursday Jan. IS
They're Laughing Yet in Chicago"
Kelly   and   Fitzgerald
PRESENT
The Merriest of Musical Comedies
YDON TRI
BY
fi
ADAMS, HOUGH AND HOWARD
WITH
Louis Kelso���Fred Wyckoff
AND
50
Singers,
Comedians  and Dancers 50
Production, in detail, as presented for 225 consecutive performances at the La Salle theatre, Chicago.
The first "Chantecler"   dance ever staged.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT
Accountant.       Tel
Trapp block.
AUDITOR  AND
R 1128.     Room,
Nelson,   B.   (\,   Jan.    16.���A    China-'
man,  employed   as  a   porter   at    the
Strathcona hotel here, committed sui-!
clde in an unusual way yester lay   At
eight o'clock In the morning, he vvas
Bent  to  attend   to  the   furnace  which
was nearly out. Ile filled It with wood'
aud set  the drafts.    Then apparently,
he  crawled   in  on   top   of   the   fuel.!
When  found at  nine o'clock  hy other
Chinamen  employed  at   the hotel,  he
had been burned to death and most of
the body  had  been consumed.    An  inquest win he held.   It is believed the
man was deranged.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office.  Columbia St.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Brandies throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, une In London, Eng-
Iind, New Yoik, Ch.'<8g0 and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking buslr.ens transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
aud interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   $180,000,000.00
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 094.
PISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot Montreal.
AICW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
I. O. O. F.   AMITY   LODGE  NO.   27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are beld In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. \V. II. West, N.G.; \V. C
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
J. \Y. MacDonald, financial secre-
tarj
.CANADIAN PACIfIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. .7).
17:05���From  Vancouver
19:20-
Misslon
22:50-     	
I No.  1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:66���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal   (No   9(1).
17;HO���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
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Estimates
of
Thomson
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STYLISH
PRINTING
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Phone
That impressionable beauty chorus-None of
twenty���None of them married
them
Ned Wayburn's Dancing Brownies
(Original Double Sextette of Dancing Broilers)
P.S.-The show that set all Vancouver laughing
season.
last
Seats  on  sale   at   Mckenzie's
Prices  $1.00,  75c,  50c.
Watch for the "Little Bee"
Wt
and   Agas-
Kootenay
[   (No.   9fi).
-From Vancouver, Seattle and
-From Winnipeg and   Nicola.
Big Clothing
SOMETHING WILL  BE DOING
Watch for the Big Ado*
II. W. BRODIE, ED. GOl'LET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster. TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. ;The first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published in the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise ill
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JANUARY  17, 1911.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
-corner    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
SU El MEN BUY
LOUISE ISLAND
#f*%
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Corporation Planning City at
Sunbury Interested in Purchase of Rich Isle.
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Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
TUESDAY, JANUARY 17. 1911.
THE DUKE'S ADVENT.
It was certainly disquieting to read
^a few days ago a cable message stating that the Duke of Connaught was
not, after all, to come to Canada as
Governor General, in succession to
Earl Grey. The disappointment that
the announcement evoked will, however be removed by tlie later cable
informing us tbat the British Government has now definitely agreed to the
appointment of his Royal Highness to
the Canadian vacancy, and that in due
time after tlie coronation next Juno
lie will set sail for the west.
It is of course impossible to see how
and for what reason the plans of the
minstry have been   changed,   but.   a
shrewd guess may be made in regard
lo tbis.    It is pretty well known thai
the late beloved king had himself desired that  his distinguished    brother
ahoul.l fill the vice-regal position   in
Canada.    He    regarded    tbis  as    an
honor due to the potent and prosperous  young  country    which    Alls    so
brilliant a place in the Imperial diadem, and as a means toward strengthening the unity and solidarity of the
empire.     King   George   has,   too,   an.
affection for Canada born if an inti- ���
mate acquaintance therewith and we
may fairly assume that he has inter-1
ested himsc'.f In dissipating any doub: |
which his government entertained as
to tbe wisdom of bis uncle's appointment.   That the people of Canada will
appreciate the  compliment  thus paid
to tliem there is not    the    slightest
doubt.
The   Duke   of   Connaught,   though
primai ilv a  soldier and possessed of
a  wide and lengthy service In    that
capacity,   lias   ample   sympathies   and
��� experience In other directions.    He is
well travelled and has a valuable per-
: sonal acquaintance with many of the]
oversea dominions and outposts of the
empire,    lie is, too, a man of many
parts, and  like  his brother,  the late
King,   possesses   a   strong    personal
magnetism and that facility for adapting    himself    to any    conditions    by
which he may  be surrounded,    This
trail  in bis character was one of the
strong  factors   towards   the     success
which  attended  his recent    visit    to
South Africa.
His Royal Highness is certain to
���evince a desire to make himself
thoroughly familiar wilh the character and conditions of the country
whic;: l.e v. ill Pave to govern as well
iis to ma'e acquaintance with the
Canadian ico. le. W'e may, therefore,
expect l.i.n to make extended trips
through tl.e Dominion from time to
time and New Westminster may look
forward to sharing in the honor of a
visit.
Vancouver, Jan. in. ��� Following
Bwlftly upon the announcement of definite action by Llie Western Steel corporation towards the establishment of
Canadian works near New Westmiu
ster comes a statement, of further
progress of vital Importance to the
new undertaking. A large cash payment was made Saturday by William
Price, general manager of lhe Western Steel corporation, and George M.
Glbbs, resident fiscal agent, ensuring
the acquisition by tbe corporation of
vast iron deposits from whence the
Canadian branch of the institution
will draw its raw materials. Tlie vendors are represented by James 1).
Sword, an engineer well-known in the
province. Mr. Glbbs makes the following statement anent tlie purchase:
"The iron properties jusi purchased
to be utilized in connection with the
Canadian branch of the Western Sloe.
corporation, are located on Louise Island, of the Queen  Charlotte   group. I
The   enormous   potentialities   of   thej
properties may  be inferred from  the
statement that there is now in sight,
without further development work, an
estimated  tonnage  of  Ifi.oOii.uUO  tons
of ore.   it is asserted that tbis ore is
the  richest   ever  discovered  on   the
continent, and that the average J;'on j
content is no less than 68 per   cent j
metallic iron.
"The estimated  value if tbe property is placed at $2,000,000 and it is
believed that the magnitude and richness of the deposits thus secured to
the Canadian steel works is sufficient
to solve for all time the problem of
cheap raw material, one of the most
important primary factors In the success of the great enterprise   now   in
course of heing  launched.      The ore
can be mined at exceedingly low cost,
transport  at  minimum charges is ensured because of ready access to deep
water, and the product can be dellv- i
ered at the steel plant on tbe   Fraser
tiver at figures which alone represent >
a handsome profit as compared to the !
I costs entailed on competing commodl-]
I ties,
"In  course of  time  a considerable
force will be employe 1 in the mining
of those Iron ores, thus adding to the
industrial activity of the Queen Chat-
lotto Islands.    Interests    allied    with
the   steel   corporation    control    very-
large coal deposits in the same group
of Islands, so that the Canadian steel
plant   will  draw   the  bulk  of  its   raw
materials   from    tlie   same    district.
When the establishment of the Canadian   works   was   finally   determined
upon, tbe company lost no time in exercising its options Oil the iron deposits, and these have now been acquire 1
by the transfer of a   substantial  first
i payment."
Five of the   pretty
"The Honeymoon Tn
Opera House on Thursday even
ing.
.-lien.'/
"Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both I"
They will If you take Shakespeare
NA-DRu
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They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, and m. ke life worth
living a[;aln for the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. lf your druggist has
not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail them.
National Drug and Chamical Company of Canada. Limited.      ���      Montreal
3,500  Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT       -       11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart,    s. s. "Prince Al-
bert"  will  leave  Prince  Rupert  January    20th lor    Porl    Simpson,
Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Kails, New Yoik, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature, ami all Information
apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, L   v- DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent.
f,27 Granville St., Vancouver, B C.    Phone 7100. Plione 3060,
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
35
The Roberts
Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
WhojJai^^
It is time to start on your New Year's work. We
have just received a Splendid Assortment of Novel
ties  for  making   up.    All  in   the  Newest   Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
| Jewelry
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Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
ChamberliiVs
Naturalist Has
Hard Trip in North
(Continued from Page One.)
THE
JEWELER
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
Mr.    Contractor:      When    you    are
building a house, let us figure on the
wiling and linings. Our motto is
good work ami when you want it.
Also let us loll you how to save ^'i
I er i-i'in. of your light bills. We can
do it. Repair and trouble work given
prompt  attention.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant  and Auctioneer.
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.   ::
''"'siness   Accounts    opened
on favorable   terms.    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
527
Front  St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone  550.
CANADA    STEADILY    GAINING.
it is pointed out by the Canadian
Gazette that Canada this year beats
the United States as a magnet for
Hritish immigration. The numbers
.are for Hritish North America, 118,-
542; for the L'nited States, 76,930.
This leads the Toronto Star to
point out that in 1900 the condition
was very different. In that year the
L'nited States took 47.9K7 British immi. rants, and Hritish North America
7803. Next year the figures were
about the same. In 1902 the British
immigration to Canada was doubled,
and the immigration to tbe United
States  slightly  increased.
Canada went on gaining on Its rival,
passed it in 11)05, and kept Its lead,
until now it is nearly -12,000 ahead.
Jn ad Ution to this, we receive a large
volume of settlers from the United
States. Here again the conditions are
reversed, the larger migration being
now northward instead of southward.
reaching the fort on September 26.
Hard Trip Back.
On December 1 the liver was frozen
over and next day, .Mr. Macour, accompanied by Harry Ford, an ex-It.
j X. \V. M. policeman, and Mr. Bach-
j and and party of men, made tbeir
start on their long overland journey.
On December 8 the wrecked crew left
the fort in charge of the police and
travelled by dogs and toboggans aud
guides, furnished by the It. N, W. M.
1'. and the Hudson's Bay company. No
tents were used, the party, who were
furnished with sleeping bags, slept In
the open whenever night overtook
them. The regular time for the trip
is thirty-five days, the record twenty-
eight days, and they made it in
twenty-nine days. With faces brown
by wind and covered with dark scales
showing old frost bites, the party,
weary and tired, began lo arrive
about twelve o'clock and about li p.m.
the last straggling train had got in.
Nearly all of the party leave for
Winnipeg tomorrow and from there
to their homes In the east.
^   Lwjyiwff'BpyrigiM ww ii hb
WESTMINSTER   OPERA   MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,  MANAGER.
Wednesday, Jan.  18
THAT BEAUTIFUL AND  REALISTIC COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE
HOSPITAL
Westminster 1', Ivate Hospital.
22',', Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terma from
$l?i weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone  7i>5.
NEW    WESTMINSTE.;,    B.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
TheCl
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FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office  'I'hoim   lib.       n.-irn   'Hkoue 13/
Columbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered    promptly     o
any part of tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Room   14,   Westminster
Phone 711.
Trust   Block
Box  160
NOTICE TO  BUILDERS.
SUFFRAGETTE   PARADISE.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Saturday,
January 2R, for the erection and completion of the superstructure of the
Y. M. C. A. building, the basement
walls of which are now built on Itoyal
avenue near Sixth street.
Plans and specifications .may be
seen at my office, corner Sixth street
and Clarkson street, New Westminster.
Lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted.
C.  II.  CLOW, Architect.
ONE YEAR WEBER'S THEATRE,   NEW   YORK  CITY.
SIX  MONTHS GRAND OPERA HOUSE, CHICAGO.
PRESS COMMENTS.
"Joseph Weber found a gem
of purest ray serene when ho
discovered "The Climax."���N.
Y Times.
"Such a dramatic atmosphere
Is a positive relief."���N. Y.
Telegraph.
"An unusual play with music
that is effective."���N. Y. Sun.
"A genuine and novel treat."
���Nf. Y. World.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  Building Construction.    Telephone 806.
Room  13  Dominion Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits, Blouses, etc,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
- ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
i
Watches,    gent*'   open fac*
Watchea,  gents' open   case,
Gold Watches for Ladles trom |12 /5
ap.
Silver
���6.00.
Silver
���7.50 up.   ^^^^^^^^^
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Kig"��
Watchwa.
Watch repairing a specialty.
j     F. CRAKE
; Two Doora from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Seat.
sale Saturday,
Prices
January it, at Mackenzie's.
-$1, 7ac and iiOc.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
ilvery Male Voter Disqualified in Ohio
School District.
West LJnion, Ohio, Jan. K,.���"They
Will have to change the name of Bill-
town scliool district, which is one of
.the educational divisions of Adams
county, for Bllltown, as an electoral
Quantity, has changed its gender.
Kvery male elector in the township
,ias been disfranchised, and only
women are qualified to vote at the
next election for school trustees, and
none  but women  will   be  eligible  to
Three
iinld   the    office    of    trustee.     mi��, ,
women have already announced tbem-|aWeB ������� ��, ��?'
selves as candidates for trustee next
.November. ,        ,    .    . *��Al
New Westminster Land District
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Leslie L. Dicker-
man, of Vancouver, B, C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted on
the beach on west side of Sechelt Inlet, and at the northeast corner of
lot No. 2727 and marked "I . L. Dlek-
erman,' Northwest Corner," tht nee!
south 80 (diains, tlience east. 20 chains,
thence south 50 chains, thence east j
60 chains more or less to the beach,
thence north and west along beach to
commencement   and    containing    320
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the'meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL 4. ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
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LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
J, A. LEWIS, Agent.
Date November 20, 1910.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
COAL
New|
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. F. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Heg pardon:    I take It for granted
| that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would change your mind. AcfflO
is in a class by itself. Once tried���
always used.
Our special champagne Is a winner.
You ought to try  a ease for    ( '"  .
mas 1   Price $1.25, case and bottles w
be returned.
Factory:   Simpson  Street.
Office:   304 Columbia Street.
Tel. 689. New Westminster,
B.C.
I M TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FTVtf.
TWO ROUND THOMSON
[00 STRONG fOR KELLY
Oakland Spider Unable to
Stand up Against Local
Man-Paul Erz Challenges
firfll  ai
.Millside  last   nlghl
in-ecn Jack Thompson, of New West-
ttHd  Spider  Kelly,    of    Oak-
d| CaiM hardly lasted long enough
m write about.
LUT|i|  ,,.,,, men    finished    the   lit-u
m;i in the secorfd Thompson hi'
rman with his lefl  In    the    solar
n,l handed the right  to    tho
,. 8ame time.   Tne combination prove J too much for the stran-
Lr who went to the floor   for   the
,        	
..  fir8t   round     matters     were
, ...,,, both    men    doing   some
hittlng,    But h  could he Been
tun  thai   Thompson  had  il
...,, uny.   Even in the Initial
round he knocked hls man to the door
d   .  did aol rise until the referee
ed tour,
, , ree was   Tom    0 Donnell,
.'.,,  Francisco, an old timer al the
,        ��� nlghl a match b ime one
n a new name for Thompson.
,. known henceforth as Two-
impgon, li is the fourteenth
,>, which he has got  his man  In I
.... nd round.
,   fighl Thompson  ret eived
i   ted b challenge trom    Paul
lingham,   The   fight    will
,  B,  Millside on January 301
,    , ��� ol $250.
was ready for occupation with the exception of a teacher's desk.
P, 0. Can Held wrote that the West-
side school had showed up belter In
lliln than il had wer (lone before, llj
suggested some raises in salaiies. The
letter was laid on the table to come
up under the discussion of the estimates.
Principal Coatham, of tbe Central
school, submitted a lengthy report re-
garding matters connected wilh liis
school. He asked for two new teachers tor the Central school and suggested thai the younger Oriental
pupils he provided with separate
teachers, lie asked for some more
furniture for the teachers' rooms and
suggested thai a raise of salary all
around would be acceptable, The letter will be dealt with when ihe estimates come up lor consideration.
A resolution was passed to the ef-
ted thai no children should he al
lowed to enter the primary grades of
the school except at the commencement of the term. This only applies
to children coming to school for the
lirst time and children coining in from
other places where they have attended, will he allowed In any time.
The tollowlng committees for the
year were appointed:
School management committee���
Trustees Keid, Trapp, Peck and
ll II
Finance���Trustees    Peck,    Stoney,
Thomber and Mrs, Cross. Mr. Thorn
her was elected chairman on the
mot inn of Trustee Peck.
Building and grounds ��� Trustees
Peck, Trapp. Keid, Stoney, Mrs Cross,
Dr, Qreen and L. Thomber.
Hygiene���Trustees l)r. Green. Mrs.
Cross, Peck and Stoney,
Supply���Trustees Thomber; Stoney
and Reid.
Aboul half past uu the board went
into committee to discuss ihe estimates fur the ;> ear's expenses.
NATIONALIST GILBERT
IS ALMOST ASPHYXIATED
Member     for     Drummond-Arthabasca
and   Family   Overcome   by   Gas
Fumes���Out of Danger.
  |
Ottawa.    Jan.   16.���Arthur    Gilbert,
Nationalist member   tor    Drummond-
Arthahasca,  was, along  with  his  wife
and children, almost  asphyxiated yesterday   hy   coal   gas.     Mr.  Gilbert   resides at 111'. St. Patrick street, and on
Saturday  employees    of    the    public
works    department    did    some    work
around  the furnaces of the building,
which   belongs  to  the   Dominion  gov-;
ernment.     Apparently  they  had  shut!
off  the dampers  before the  gas  bad
been burned out of the coal, for Mr.
Gilbert and his family were soon  un-!
der the influence of the fumes.
About six o'clock In the evening Mr.
Gilbert recovered consciousness and
having reached tbe door made an ef-1
���ori to call help. Ile fell down in a
stuper and passers-by thought he was
merely a sleeping Inebriate.
Eventually the situation w'as understood and the family were got out of
the building.
Mr. Gilbert, hls wife and family
and servant wen- unconscious for
some hours, hut are now out of danger.
Water Situation
Gradually Improving
rontin ted from Page ' ine i
New Council Holds
1 Business Meeting
Continued trom page one)
I    i i:;-.    School    may
; I for a couple ni daj s.
.. Koyal Columbl in  hospital  w.is
I apdb upped, no water
i        availal le    J. J, Jones, i ae ol
oi Idere I  I he respon-
��� e Institution bud-
; . necessarj   fluid   and
in can>  bai
i tin  lio ipltal, bul   this
irllj   limited and the
pital stall is Inter-
lu i onse |ui ace,
d mgi r Is Hint a sei Ious
lire   I "ill     he!   il e    the    .6861 ���
ii e danger is fullj
authorities, and  sup-
lighting   e [ulpment
.   .il.    making    ai range
���   Senator Jansen  and
nl  dn due King  Edward
. >    iii   uny    emergency,    Bol h
��� .lipped �� ii h hose an 1
al IS   and  Could  tit -  ti
��� e water fronl ":��� FTonl
ll   much  difficulty,  hut   lt
the ������  ne ���     ���     v. mid
he e- enl of a big
���   i. rih  side  nf  Columbl i
������' ��� -   pui.lie ure awakening to
��� i nn. ed hy the large
nt oi Insurance which has been ;
'  ���   pasl   few  days     This;
��� d to new imsiness. many
: or lapsed policies being re-'
a idden attention to in-
mainly from the resi-
i      ection   Of   the   City,   husiness
- a rule. kee| ing  their policies
m 1 in im,id order.
ei> ie allowed temporary use of the
Btreet, with the understanding that
when a permanent building is pui up,
they win not encroach, and it was
left to lie city solicitor to draw an
agreement to this effect.   The houses
in  question  are  the  three  lone  shacks
on ihe south side oi tiie Btreel east
ol the Premier hotel
iportcrs Attend
Meeting oi Trustees
(Continued from  Page One.)
ea wlll be held in tbe late
��� ace room in the High school,
whli I. wiil be lined up at once for the
work Principal Coatbnm will be entrusted v.ith the work Incidental to
the starting of the classes.
H ��� ela   ' s will he held at the start
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
for two hours each night from 7:30 to]
9    ' pin. i
;   "   i'i ii of Trustee  Peck  in  or-,
lie i losing down of the Central and  I.enl  Kelvin  schoo s on  ac-
'i  'he shortage of  water,  was,
ed   b)   the  hoard.
Hi. clary   was     authorised
:i   copies   id'   ihe   Mimic
'        ���     :i i .     1..   Thomber     was
': ictetl in purchase two chairs
Hie new trustees, and it  was decided
procure a new  Iii h.p. three phase
��� 'o drive the ventilating fi" ill
��� ntral school.
Trustee Thomber reported that the
'���'v- room in tlie (dil West  Knd school
to
Ipal
iii-
for
Tl.e v,incomer and Prince Rupert
meal market called atten lon to th"
need of lighting aim I oiiditi in of sidewalks on Braid mid Brunette Btreet
in ihe vicinity ol the distillery. R.<
terre it" board ot works anil light
c immtttee for repoi t.
Engineer Blackman reporte.l thai
he had ordered a new Bhoe casting i i
I.'du Island bridge at a o i-i ol J-Tr..
which action was continued
Sanitary inspector Pearce asked to
be relieved of i!:(. duty .t collecting
ro id taxes, remai king that things
we;,, different from twentj years ago.
This v. ii. referrel to the flnam e i   in
mittee ,
The resignation of J   !'>  Harvey, assistant to the city treasurer, was   ac-l
eepted     Mr. Harvej  la leaving to go]
Into husiness. ami Aid. Johnston   expressed the regrel o: ihe Qnance committee at h.sing his services.
Taxes Increase.
Auditor    Cotsworth    reported    that
real  estate  ta'-es  iu   191(1  were  IHa.-
474.60, as against  $101,023.68 in  1909,
an   increase   of   over     II     per     cent..
while arrears at the end of 1910 were
12 per cent., as compared with Hi per
cent, on December 31, 1909.
Nerd New Rules of Order.
Alderman Dodd asked lor a copy of
lhe  rules   of  order,   which   gave   rise
to  some   criticism   of   the     rules     by
Alderman   .lohnston,   who   complained
that they were no good.    Clerk  Duncan explained  that   they    were    com-
j piled in mon, and were consequently
somewhat antiquated.
j     Alderman  .lohnston    said    be    bad
'been  Informed, although he was not
| prepared to vouch for the statement,
; that  on  Saturday  night  a  large  num-
] her of shoppers ln the city from Mill-
side  bad  been  forced  to  make  their
own way home owing to the failure of
the C. 1*. H. train to run to tbe Junction as scheduled.    The reason given
for this wns that the main line train
was   stalled   somewhere,  and     consequently no train need be run'to meet
it.    He thought  if this were the enso
tho C. P.  H. had not given the city a
fair  deal   In   the  matter,  : ml   that   it
was   within  the  council's  jurisdiction
to to take It  up with the company   II
was left to the mayor to approach the
local   auent,  ascertain   tlie   facts,  and
deal with the matter.
The Intention, as announced hist
week, was to boll this week's meeting
on Wednesday, to permit the mayor
to take a trip to Victoria, hut yeste--
day it w-as discovered that this would
not   be   in   accor lance   with   the  act.
MUCH PULPWOOD WENT
OVER THE BORDER
Ottawa, .Ian.  in.���According to  statistics collected hy the forestry branch'
of  the  departmenl    of   the   interior,
there were 622,129 cords of pulpwood
used  in Cana la during tlie year 1909.
Of llis the total value al the mill was
$3,404,808.   in spite of a decline pulpwood   values    increased    mote    than
$550, i over  that   in   1908, Uie quantity used heing more than 30 per cent
in   advance  of  thai   used   in   previous
years.     Three-fifths   of   tlie   pulpwood
cut   in   Canada   during   19C9   was    ex-
ported to de United states for manufacture.     Nearly   all   this   wood   went
from  Quebec.    The  average  juice   received lor it   was only  45 cents more
than was paid at Quebec mills.    Pulpwood   shipped   from   Canada    in    1909
furnished 46 per cent of the raw ma-1
terial used by nine pulp mills of the
state  of   New   York,  and   an  appreciable portion of that used by the mills I
of   New   England   and   Pennsylvania.
The   manufacture   of   pulpwood    exported In 1.910 kept 69 out of 251 pulp
mills of the l'nited Sia'es running at
full capacity fot a year.    Had ii been
manufactured   in   Canada,  it    would
have kept Tl mills of the same sire a^
those  running  in  the   l'nited  States.
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Big Soao Deal.
Winnipeg, Jan. in.���It is rumored
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Royal Crown Soap company here, at
Calgary and at Vancouver by a deal
involving a million dollars.
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See our line and get prices before
buying.
and as a consequence bis worship had
to abandon this plan.
It was further decided last night to
bold the weekly meetings of the coun- j
cil on Mondays as formerly.
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We are moving from our present
office on Columbia street to 827 Carnarvon street, where we will still continue in the same business of teaming, draying, wood and coal.
We desire to thank our friends for
the liberal patronage accorded us in
our old stand, and trust we will still
meet them and a lot of new ones at
our new place.
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Notice is hereby given that an application will he made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Texada division of New
Westminster distiict.
ia. i Tlie name, address and occupation of the applicant, Nels Persson.
of llelsingborg, Sweden, manufacturer; ib.) The name of tbe lake.
stream or soure iif unnamed, tbe description Is) two draws coming together near the middle of the northern boundary of lot 9, Texada, thence
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feet across lot 12, to Blubber Bay;
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quantity of water applied for (ln cubic
feet per second) .0-12 cubic feet; ie.)
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a lime and cement business, a portion
of the plnnt whereof has been already
erected; if.) The premises on which
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PAGE SIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JANUARY  17, 1911.
ANDY'S CONTRIBUTION
IS BUT DROP IN BUCKET
Sir Charles Allen Says $10,000,000  Is
Not   Enough  to   Have  Any   Effect
on   World   Peace.
CANADA IS DOOMED
IN AN ENGLISH PUT
NEW KING OF SIAM
ASCENDS HIS THRONE
Striking   Sketch   With   Dramatic   End-   Royal   Princess and  Ministers Assem-
ing Staged    in    London Theatre       |   bled  Paid   Homage to  New  Ruler���
���Features "Men  Wanted." Monarch  Took   Shower Bath.
menl for Canada.
The 1 lot of ihe sketch Indicates tin'
owln.. 10 .excessive competition anil
nit 10 his own fault, a mechanic,
clever ;ii  liis trade cannol  wet  work
1,on lon, .Ian. IC..���"It's not enough
money nor anywhere near enough in
have an effect," Bald Sir Charles Allen in commenting on Andrew Carnegie's .in of $10,000,000 to prevenl
war or oilier evil which Bometlmes
afflict  Uie human race.
"It will pay for the holding of some
meetings and that's aboul all. ButlHe falls trom the position of trained
what good will thai do? Vou can't artisan to laborer an.l then can y..*\
stop war wiili a meeting or a confer- only temporarj occupation. Gradual-
ence." continued Sir Charles, warm- ly lie sinks lower. Willi vile and
lng in his Bubject. "In fact, the Rus- children serai-starving he loses ail
so-Japanese war broke mn righl after hope and faces ihe dread alternative
the flrsl conference ni The Hague, of starvation or suicide, it Is Christ-
Personally I am inclined to think that mas time. in a scene of moving
war is a necessary evil. If ii is to be pathos Uie issues are faced ami
stopped at all ii will not I e Btopped united resolve of man ami wife tak<
by talk. Something more convincing 1 to "throw up Hie sponge."
ami powerful is needed." Al this point help arrives and hei
"Such as what?" was asked, ! is wheie Canada get attention.
"A neutral enemy, if l may coir, succor comes in the shape of bit
ihe phrase. Thai is to sny. an army brother BUI from British Columbia
and  navy  so  powerful   ami   efflcient| who with fur-line.1 overcoat and bring
London, .lan. 16.���A curtain-raiser| Bangkok, .lan. 16.���King Maha Va-
at the well known London theatre re- jiravudh ascended the throne of Siam
eeiitiy  gave a  very striking advertise-   according   to   ancient   custom
GLASGOW GETS READY
FOR BIG EXPOSITION
OTTAWA MAN DISCOVERS
NEW USE FOR ELECTRICITY
Mammoth Fair of 1911 to Be Held in
Kelvin   Grove   Park   Will   Portray
History   of   Scotland.
follow-
tho
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For
lng a ceremonial shower bath.
Owing to llie national mourning fori
King   Cbulalongkorn,   there   will   he   a
second, or ratiflcatory coronation ceremony ahout  this time nexl  year.
Tlie Brahmin astrologers had dis-
covered thai fj Ins. 53 mins. Mi sees,
a. in. on November 11 was tlie most
propitious lime lor the new king lo
lake die ceremonial bath preceding
liis ascending the throne of his
fathers, ami that the latter event
must take | hue at 1 hr, '.1 mins. I.".
sees. p. m. Everything was arranged
accordingly,
In the early morning, the king, elan
from head to foot iii while, attended
a series of Hiulilhist services, which
were conducted in various halls of
lhe palace, ami at alioul 9: L5 a. m.
was borne hy Btate palanquin to the
Edinburgh, Jan. 16.���Arrangements
for  ihe  greal   Glasgow  exhibition  ol
nm   are  beginning  to ta.ve
Shape, ami il   is clear that  the site
fifty acres in Kelvin drove pari;
in  a   mile  of  the  center  of  the   city,
will he the scene of a most  Interesting  ami  successful  show.
The   scheme   falls   into    four   great.
sections���national     history,    modern
Form   of   Hertzian   Wave   Which   May
Replace    Anaesthetics���Sleep    Induced   and   Pain   Removed.
Ottawa.   .Ian.
electricity  has
,.,. uite'Ottawa man.
���j|     Dr.   Mark  (i.
w Mi
lt;.��� A
een  dil
new    11:
covered
for
an
Railway Time  Tabl
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Mi
line
ment
ait
Industry   an l   entertaln-
thal  when
light
ever two nations start 10 ing witli bim some of the optimism of Amarlndr Vlnitchal (literally, Hall of
tin.1 neutral enemy will siep to j the west, finds his brother In distress. ] judgmenl of India i. In which all the
royal   princes  and   ministers  of  state
Elhlnney, the well-
known local dentist ami Inventor, lias
constructed a machine, known as the
"Telelectron," which puts patients to
sleep by placing them under the Influence of a Boftened effect of tho
wonderful Hertzian wave, thai terrible electric Hash thai rushes me'*-
, sages over the ether waves all o\er
Scottish  History Portrayed. tlje   globe   and    makes    wireless   tei-
1  s,,i'. i egraphy the wonder ol the world.
0j      The   Inventor   confidently   expects
that    his    device    will    displace    oilier,
if] chloroform and all other anaesthetics
lm-  hospital   Ol orations, ami   will   also
���|'lh,   in  lime  timl a  place in  the bed  chain-
, ���,.  1 i,nlion    of    eventful    scenes  ber of every  victim of insomnia tho
,' so amis    romantic   history    by I world over     He has formed a com-
ami   pageants   is   he   pan)   which   has  patented  the  Inven-
large   sca'e,   and   lion    iu    Canada.   Greal     Britain    and
reproductions' of  a  France, and patents ar.' also pen ling
building*, bo in  the  United  siates,  Belgium, Cer-
Tlie   exhibits   in   Hie   hlstori
lion   will  he  housed   in  the   Palaci
History,   and   will   form   the    largest
and   most   noteworthy   collection
Siottish historical portraits ami lite,
at ure    ever    brought     lo.
���ther.
a
living   pictures
ing   planned   on
there  are  to  he
number of eld Scottif
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leavo Vancouver for New V....
minster at 5:50, 0:50, 7;au ���m j ,MJ
a.m., and every half hour ihereal
until  11:30  p.m.
Cars leave -New  Westminster foi V|3.
couver at 6:50, 6:20, 6:60   , s
8:00 a.m., and every ball boui ....
arter  until   11:00 p.m.
Sunday  Schedule,
Cars leave Vancouver ior New ������:.
minster at 8:00 and 9:0i   , _., .,.,i
every    half    hour    there. 1 ei 1
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster '
couver at   S'.OO  a.m..  and  pv��rj
hour  thereafter   until   11   p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars    leave    New    Westmlns    ]
a.m. and every  hour until 11  p m,
Cnrs  leave  Vat uver  at 7 a.m     :.',
every hour until  10 p.m.
Wi
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the front and order them to stop. Thl-; The contrast hetween the pinched
neutral enemy must be so strong that Englishman without hope ami the
the would-be warring nations wouldn't man from Canada overflowing with vi-
dure do anything hut stop." [tality gives point to Hie
"Ho you think it would he practical
form and maintain such an organ-
to
izatlon?"
"It would take a lot of careful thinking out and also a lot of money. Mr.
Carnegie's  ten  million  dollars  would ,
not be a drop in the bucket.   It would
mean the subscription of hundreds of
millions of dollars or a practically unlimited fund,    lf the scheme is fcasi-
ble tind it would really suppress war
there  would  be  comparatively  little 1
difficulty In raising such a fund. Not|
only the philanthropists, but most of j
the wealthy men of. the whole world
would gladly subscribe to it, as war,
is, of course, as everyone knows the
greatest   menace   to  prosperity   and
business.    So, from a purely commercial  standpoint  and  leaving  out  the
humanitarian    side   altogether,   hundreds of millions of pounds would be
well invested to prevent it.
"This neutral enemy  should natur-,
ally  be  a  cosmopolitan  organization,'
made up from citizens of all countries.;
They should be the very hest of men,
carefully    chosen���large    enough   to
eliminate from their minds all worry
about  financial matters and the sup-!
port   of  tlieir  families.    Tbey  should
be high-minded idealists, possibly sol-'
diets  by   profession  anyway   but  always loyal, most loyal citizens of their
own particular country until war was
threatened.    Then  they   would  be  so
imbued with the idea of insistence on
peace thai they would at once join tbe
colors of the neutral enemy.
"The navy should he a great deal
more Hum a two-power standard, lt
should be half-a-dozen times as strong
as any other two powers put together.
So strong that no nation would think
for a moment of daring to oppose it.
Might Mean Disarmament.
"This condition if lt were ever established might bring about the gradual disarmament of the powers, with
the exception of such standing forces
as tlie nation might keep for a sort of
internal police work. They would
soon realize that it would be useless
10 maintain an army and navy for
any other purpose. The result in any
way would be something like two
schoolboys who start to fight, when
up comes the big head master and
stops them.
"This may all seem very visionary
and fanatic. Perhaps it is. I have
not thought out any of the details; in
fact, the idea did not occur to me until just now when you mentioned Mr,
Carnegie s munificent gift. So I offer
it to you only as a crude suggestion,
anl not as a well-worked out and
matured plan.
"Still I can see no other way to
stopping war so long as human passions remain unchanged, and greed,
avarice and the lust for power and
conquest dominate international re-
lati-ms."
Sir Charles himself is tin old soldier, and served in tlie Franco-Prussian war. lie is, as almost everyone
knows, one of the leading steel magnates of Great Britain, with large interests in Canada.
1st few lines
which ring down the curtain. "What,
you starving here when we wanl men
in Canada."
Here is an advertisement in wliich
conditions in Canada are indicated
and presented with compelling force,
the opportuntitles In Canada visualized, and this "gospel" is preached to
hundreds nightly.
'HONEYMOON    TRAIL.'
were  assembled.
Here the king, alighting from his
palanquin, lighted some candles, after which he retired for a lew minutes
into a species of dressing room, from
arranged as to make a picturesque
facade to the salons in which lhe liis
torical exhibits are to he housed.
Exhibitors will he encouraged to as
sist Hie committee by occupying these
buildings and representing conditions
of home, and business    life,    costume
which  he  emerged and  look bis seat   and indoor arrangements of the olden
The cast of pilnclpals with "Honeymoon   Trail,"   tills    season,    contains
many notables ol the musical comedy I
world.   Amongst tliem are Louis Kei-i
so (the original "Tommy Perkins" in
this piece), who  created such a tie-,
mendous  hit  with  "The  Cil  in  the,
Kimona" at the Zeigfeld theatre (Chicago) last summer;  Arline Holing, the
favorite ppma donna;  Fred Wyckoff,
probably tne best-known delineator of
"rueb" and  "old  men"  characters on
the American stage; Carl George I tho
original   "Dutchman"   with    "Honeymoon Trail"); Clara Dalton, who was
last   season   featured   soubrette   with
I Cohan  and   Harris'  "lloneymooners;"
I Hose    Kildea,    last   season    featured
I with   "The   American   Idea;"   Bonnie
Armstrong,   considered   the   greatest
beauty   with   Lew   Fields'   big   revue
"The  Midnight  Sons," and many  other of lesser prominence.
The chorus witli "Honeymoon
Trail" is said to be the handsomest
and most, shapely ever seen with a
"road" attraction, and comprises
girls who are usually employed with
the big "located" musical successes,
salaries considerably larger than
those paid average chorus girls were
necessarily forthcoming in order to
liave them go "en lour." hut Kelly
and Fitzgerald wanted none but the
best with their pet attraction and
they have them.
ine scenic equipment of "Honeymoon Trail" is of the most massive
and ponderous kind, two special baggage cars being required for its
equipment an.l a travelling working
crew of eight skilled stage mechanics
and electricians being carried for its
proper handling.
'ihe   costumes   alone    represent   a
bona fide investment'of over $10,000.
Seat sale  opens  today.    The show
will  he bere on  Thursday.
GOOD  ROADS IN ONTARIO.
Government Will  Be Asked to Share
Cost of Maintaining Them.
Toronto, Jan. t.���Tlie rounding out
of the Ontaiio government's good
roads system, by having the government share in the cost of maintaining improved roads will be propsed at
the approaching session of tlie legi.-s-
ature. At present the ".overnment
pays one-third of tlie cost of improve-
lng highways, the municipality bearing the remainder of tlie expense, but
the propose 1 system would insure the
roads being kept up constantly at a
high standard.
upon an octagonal dais, tlie faces of
which were square to tlie principal
points of tbe compass.
llis majesty lirst faced the southeast, after which the whole was enclosed with curtains, and, after a
Brahmin had uttered an invocation,
the water was turned on in shower-
bath fashion. This was done eight
times, the king facing in a different
direction each time.
Suddenly  there   was  a  blast  of  unearthly music from a body of priests
performing on eonch-sbells, three very
ancient and ornate bronze cannon in
the palace court yard were each tired
twenty-one times,  and  this gave the
signal to the batteries of artillery outside the palace walls and tbe ships of
the tleet assembled in tlie river to tire
I salutes of 121 guns.
I     At the same time the priests In all
' the temples of the city heat hells and
i gongs   witli   wooden    mallets,   while
bands every wheie  struck  up the  Na-
1 tional anthem. '
I    In the meantime tlie king had  re-
' tired to tbe dressing room apartment
previously mentioned, and put on thi
royal  robes, consisting  for the mosl
part     in    magnificent   goi 1   brocade.
I Here   his   majesty   received    at    tho
I hands of the chief Brahmin tlie nine-
storied   white   umbrella  indicative   of
royal rank, the gold plate or leaf engraved  with his titles, and other articles of regalia, Including Hie crown,
sceptre and sword.
After some further Hraliminical
ceremonies the king placed the crown
on his head and ascended the throne
in the main hall of audience. The
throne was on a dins under a milestone 1 canopy, and screened by a pair
of great curtains of gold tissue.
At tlie appointed time, l lir. :��� mins.
63 sees. p. 111. tlie chief of lhe Brahmins gave a signal and the curtains
were drawn apart, disclosing liis majesty sitting in state. All the assembly rose and made obeisance three
times, and his royal highness Prince
Devawongse, the king's uncle, and
minister for foreign affairs, proceeded to read an address of homage and
congratulation to the new sovereign
on behalf of Hie nobles and peop.e,
promising tlieir loyalty and fealty.
At the close of the address, wliich
was filled witli flights of Oriental
fancy, his majesty leplied. He then
sat down on the throne, and the curtains in front of tlie royal dais were
closed. Various bands played the national anthem, and the young kin;
proceeded   "to   tbe  Chakkravatto   VI-
time.
Display of Art and Industry.
In the Palace of Modern Ait will be
housed collections of pictures, sculptures, and applied arts. All the pictures will be by Scottish artists, and
will  represent  a  century  of  Scottish
art.
The  whole  of  the   space  available
many and Austria.
Sonic lime ago Ur. MeKlhinney began 10 experiment wiih the Hertzian
wave.
lie turned and twisted the wave
witli all the enthusiasm and ingenuity
of an Edison, He passed the Hash
through many substances and condom
BOrs, rendered it at times st rouge,
and again softened its effect. Finally
he devised an invention which, reads
the patent, "consists essentially ol'
tbe novel arrangement anl construction of parts, whereby a condensor
element receiving static charges of
electricity   from   a   suitable   high-ton-
it
On   Sundays  cars   leavi
at  8 a.m. to  lu pm.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouve
8 a.m. to in p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
'sion circuit is periodically neutralized
on the south side of the park adjoin- by
Saucbicliall  street,  will  he occu-1 tic
ing
pied by the Palace of Industries. This
building, with an ingenious arrangement of covered promenade and enclosed quadrangle, wll occupy an
area of 110,000 square feet, and pro-
vire accommodation for extensive dis- ,
plays of exhibits, both national and International in character.
A large amount of space has been |
set apart for the exhlbltl n if electrical apparatus and appliances and
general machinery of all kinds in .1
special building to be called Kelvin I
Hall. The object of the committee in:
charge of this department  of  tbe ex-1
a vibratory conductor and the sta-
electrlclty   discharged   therefrom
for electrlc-thlrapentlc purposes."
A     Discovery.
The Inventor lirst believed that llis
scheme would only relieve pain, one
day he treated a patient Who was sintering severely from rheumatism in
the hands. She complained of Insomnia due to the rheumatic pains, in.
MeKlhinney lent her the machine,
wbicli, be stated, be calls the "Telelectron," so that she might apply tlie
current to her hands and be enabled
to sleep. The next morning at an
early hour the patient appeared in
tin' doctor's ollice smiling and radiant
Great  Northern   Railway,
Leaver    New    Westminster
a. nr;  arrives Seattle '.',: la p   in
Leaves New  Westminster  1:02 p
arrives Seattle T: 46 p. in.
Leaves      New      Wcslininstc!
p. m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. nr;  arrives Seattle 6:45 a.
Leaves   Seattle   8:06  a.m.;
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  12:06 p.  in..
New  Westminster  5:55  p.  in.
Leaves   Seattle   4:36  p.m.;
New Westminster 9:26 p. m.
Leaves  Seattle  11:45  p.m.;
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
m
an i v es
an;
nrrives
arrlvei
hlbltlon is to illustrate the progress 1 wlth tk.lit,llt.
of electrical and engineering discov- ,.oll ,1,,,.,,,,.." she exclaimed, "1 put
ery and invention and tlie develop- tha1 ma(.|,jn<. over mv forehead last
ment   of    electricity    as    an    applied | jjjgjjt, !U1(1  1  ���,.���,   ,!,.[,,  off  to sleep,'
The light, one-volt current had dulled
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge pas eni:er
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves   Port   Oulchon   8:00   a.m.
dally, except  Sunday;   arrives at  New
Westminster bridge passenger Bl
10:20 a. tn.
her senses,
real Bleep i
weeks.
New
md   given   her  the   flrsl
he had enjoyed in many
science.
All   Kinds of Ships   in   Pageant.
Among  the  lighter   features    if   the
exhibition   will  be  a   procession   pageant of historical  vessels on  the river..
Ships  of  all  kinds,  from  lh.'  earliest
Viking   galleys   to   the   piesent     day I
Maiiretanias   and   Dreadnoughts   win,
���''"lu ,   .        1     ..     ..,������   ,vini 'i many  patients who complained
be represented,  and  one  scene  \\iii|
building  of  the  Cimet,
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumns   6:10   a.m.    ai     <-
bridge passenger station. New
minster,    10:20   a.m.   daily   es   ���
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster 1
passenger station 3:60 p. in.; at
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
Electric   Wonder.
)r.    MeKlhinney    started    applyin.
the em rent, softened b:
illustrate the
exactly one hundred years ago. The
pageant vvill be largely Illustrative ef
Glasgow's part in the progress of
steam navigation.
In regard to foreign and oversea's
exhibits it is expected tbat there will
be represented: Japan, Italy, Austria,
Holland, France, Sweden, Germany,
Canada, New Zetland and South Africa.
HAIF;    CAUGHT    FIRE
FROM   CURLING
Time
of.
Arrlvi
IRON
turned
de; art-
arrived
man   to
couch.
take  hls  rest  on   the   royal
bai-
German Balloon Found.
Berlin. Jan. 16.���The German
loon llilderbrandt, which had
missing since its ascent at Scharm
gendorf on December 29, was found
In a lake in Pomeranla province, Prussia, today. The bodies of both aeronauts were In tbe gondola.
Toronto, Jan.  HI.���Her hair having
j caught lire while she was busy curling   irons   early   Saturday   afternoon
'in her room In the attic of 190 Markham street. Miss Charlotte Powell,
frantic, plunged through tbe window.
1     She fell twenty feet to the roof of
the verandah  while passerby
in  a  still  alarm  to  the  tire
ment.
I     Deputy   Chief   Noble,   who
witli   Portland  street  truck.  Buperln-1machines and see
tended the "llrst aid" application of | sleep that nature
oils,   etc.,   from   the    emergency    kit
carried   on   the   apparatus,  and    Drs.
Thomas and  Moore also gave  her a'
tentlon and had her removed to Grace
been   hospital in  Miles' ambulance.
Miss  Powell   is  suffering   from   severe burns to the head and a  broken
arm.  and  there  may  be  internal   injuries.
The damage by (lie was ahout  $15.
��� "^������- i
his Invention.
ot
headaches, and always the effect was
a beneficial one. Splitting pains in
[the bead gave wav before a short application of the Telelectron's current.
Tliose v-^io were troubled with insomnia came in numbers t" borrow!
this wonderful machine, and in no
case did it lail to give them unhurt
into the arms of Morpheus. For one
of the features of this machine's work
Is that it leaves absolutely no after
effects. One Blips the little ebony
box, which is like a hockey puck or ,1
gun metal watch, over ids head, arranges the elastic ribbon to a nicety,
pushes in Hie clasp at the right spot,
and then lies back in peace. Inside
of ten minutes, with some it is three,
with others live, tlie patient who ap-1
plies the sedative is unconscious. And 13:00
so be he remains till the machine is
removed.
A    Scoffer    Cured.
Very recently a prominent city hall
official who was finding much cause
for worry was advised by his friends
to secure one of Dr. McElhlnney's
if he could tind the
bad for some weeks
denied bim. 'l'he Official scoffed hard
at first. Tbere was no sense in it, he
said. Who had eve heard of electricity putting anyone to sleep except
for the long tlnal slumber that means 20'00
the end? Finally, tlie worried one
was persuaded to try a Telelectron.
For the novelty of the thing he took
a machine bome one night and fixed
tlie little bard rubber hox on hls fore
head. Ten hours later be was awakened from what he vowed was llie
tinest sleep of Iris life. Now it would
take much money to pail him from
the sleep producer.
Dr. MeKlhinney |s receiving many
congra!illations upon his remarkable
invention. He considers that its
sleep producing qualities aie Hs
greatest assets. Tbe machine Is absolutely noiseless, and leaves neither
marks on the flesh or any untoward
sensation.
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time
ot
Clo
20:011���United States via C. P. R
idaily except Sunday)    "t
8:30���Vancouver via n C. E, 1:
idaily excepl  Sunday 1     *,
13:00���Vancouver via II. C. lv l;
idaily  except   Sunda} I   11
18:00���Vancouver via II. C. K   R
idaily except Sundaj 1  '���
8:30���Victoria via B. C. B. R.
Idaily except Sunday 1
Victoria   via   H.   C.   B.   R
Idaily   except  Sunday 1     ',
United States via G. N, K
(daily except Sunday 1     J
15:00���United States via G. N. R
(dally  except  Sunday 1  16
All   points   east   and   Europe  (dally 1     *
All  points  east   and   Eu-
i": 30-
12:10-
I23:00-
12:10-
2:10-
13:00-
13: 3a
Frasei
except
":30
Fraser
except
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excei'
BODY TURNED TO
STONE, MAN   DIES
.Minuet scene In "The Honeymoon Trail," at the Opera House on Thursday .evening.
Chester, Pa., Jan.  ic���William W.
Feairlieller, formerly a newspaperman In Philadelphia, whose body was
apparently turning lo stone, died in
the Crozer hospital Friday. His unusual disease is known as schlero-
derma which is a gradual ossification
Of the body. Feairlieller had heen unable to move for months and only the
flesh of his head was of normal softness, yet lie could eat without much
difficulty and could also Bmoke,
Feairlieller vvas thrown from a trolley car three years ago and sustained
serious injuries, lie had apparently
recovered when be suddenly began to
loose lhe power of locomotion, and os
silica!ion gradually set in.
The   disease    extended    over    the
whole body by degrees, and I wo years 15:45���Crescent  White Hock and
ago tbe man was taken from bis homo I Hlaine'   (daily    except
to the hospital. At ihat time lie wrote | Sunday)        	
to friends in this city, telling   them 15:45���llalUa Prairie, Fern Ridge
that there was no hope of saving his I nnd    1-lnzlomen    (Tues
day, Thursday and Sat-
rope  (dallyI     I'l3
Sapperton and
Mills (dally
Sunday)      	
Sapperton nnd
mills idaily
Sunday)     ....
Coquitlam    (daily
Central Park und Edmonds idaily except
Sunday)           1
East Uurnaby and Burquitlam   idaily    except
Sunday       1
10:00���Tlmberland, Stiawhei 1 :���
Hill and South Westmlnstei' (Tuesday and
Friday)       li
10:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham  Island    '
10:00���Annlevllle.   Sunbury (dail:
except   Sunday    '
0:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      i:
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesdaj,
Thursday and Saturday      ''
0:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R
(dally except Sunday 1   11
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
Idaily except  Sunday 1. lo
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day         '���'
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   am'
Friday)         '
8:30���Uurnaby  Lake   (daily ex
cept Sunday  	
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc (daily except Sunday
:?,'}
���ml
ml
5:00
10:00
7:30
:30
life.
saving his J TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
_.,v Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
Ne     trist of New Westminster.
otlce thai   Edward  Hawkins.
lUVer,   OCCUpatlon   bookkeeper.
ei  va" appiy    for    permission    lo
.. ,J   ���following       ik'SCih'd
���,.-.,,,,  at   a   post   | lanted   on
���    'en'ihe   oast    si le    of    , he
' '        ,��������� channel and joining T. L,
A*"'11'"11" ��� the north side and mark-
Havvkins;    S.   W.   corner.
..   e0  ,.hains   io   lino  ef   limit.
,,;   tlience N. 60 cliains along
hi thence south and west
i���..���i, to place   of   com.ue	
containing 80 acres more or
ll
dward
���ml
EDWARD HAWKINS,
l VMES  A  LEWIS, Agenl
er 28.  1910,
LAND ACT   NOTICE.
,,._, Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
N       trist ��f New Westminster.,
tlce    thai    Cecil    Killani.   ol
B c . occupation barrlstei
,n'ten'ds to apply tor permls-
, ,,,���.,  the   tollowlng   de
��� ���   '���������"��� :|1   ���
beach about  i'
Point, _^^^^^^^
,'.  KlUam's  Northwest  ( oi
post planted ou
miles nortl ��� a I
lorvis  Inht, and
Two and  a  Half Hours
on Operating Table
Specialist Could Not Removo Stone
In The Bladder
GIN  PILLS PASSED IT
JOWETTE, P.Q.
"During August last, I went to Montreal to consult a specialist as 1 had been
suffering terribly with Stone iu the
Bladder.
He decided to operate but said the
stone was too large t i remove and too
bard to crush. 1 returned home and
was recommended bv a friend to try
GIN PILLS.
Tliey relieved the pain. I took two
boxes and went back lo the specialist.
Ile '.aid tiie stone was smaller but he
could not remove it although be tried
for two hours anl a half. I returned
home and cou till i led to take GIN PILLS,
and to my great .surprise and joy, I
passed tlle Stone.
GIN PILLS are the best medicine in
tiie world and because they did me ro
much good, I will recommend them all
the rest of my life". 46
j. Albert lkssard.
50c a box ���6 for fj.50���at all dealers,
and   money  back   if   they  fail   to  give
relief.  Sample box free.  National Drug
and Chemical Co., Dept. IJ C., Toronto.
DIAMONDS   TO   ADVANCE.
Makes Field Unattractive
to Bomb-thrower.
ner.
'.'
tin
in"rla>thence"Va^<>  chains,   then',
chains,     tin nee     west     -"
more or less, f. beach, thence
Pti, 'don    beach   to place or ..un
and   .taining  40 aces
CECIL KILLAM.
.1. a. LEWIS, Agenl
., 1 ���. vember 29, 1910.	
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
���   tl it   Clint   E.   Dicker-
..  0uver, 1'.. C occupation
,,. intends .0 apply toi  per-
, ,. the tollowlng de
.      ..,,,,   planted on
In Billing)   Bay, Nelson I-
P   11. No. 16.8 and
I     pickerm n -   No 1
1   ,      uth 1 0 chain?,
 hains, thence north
. .,,. , .- less to    I eai h,
. i long beach to place
��� 1 ,��� ntalning 320
ri ivr K   DICKERMAN.
.1    \   LEWIS, Agent.
-   t,  ...... mber 28, 1910.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Stocks Are Exhausted and Prices Will
Consequently    Go    Up.
London, Jan.  16.���The accumulated
Stocks   of   diamonds    have    been    6a-
hausled   and    the   market    musl    now
be supplied  with current  production,
said   the  chairman  of  the  .meat   Dei f ,
Beers company last week at its an- Scarcity of Crowned Heads 1
mini meel ing held at. Kimheiley, Soutli '
aii lea,      'i he   companj 'a    continued
policy,   lu-   stated,   was   lo   supply   the
market  with only such quantities as
ii  could absorb.
The   production   of  diamonds   was
nol nearly as great as the sales which
had  heen taking place in the last year
or 1 wo, owing to the fact that thus.'
sales reprosente.l stocks   which    bad
previously accumulated, as well as t inordinary   production,     As   regards  the
high-class goods, their value bad appreciated;  bul this, he said, had been
practically   counter-balanced    b>    the
lower  values of small  or  Inferior  pro-
duets.    He  hoped  thai   some   under
Btandlng would be arrived al  by tbe
\aiious   producers  to   limit   the  out-
pm of lower class gooiis. thus re-establishing prices all around ai a higher  pi he. 1
From the above it  seems tolerably
certain  that   diamonds, like meat   and
other   necessaries   ol     life,   will    cost
more    'ri,,. company made a proiii for
the year of $13,453,025, out of which
the  directors   made  an  appropriation
of $125,000 as a donation to the fund
for the proposed  South African  university.
ANARCHISTS NOT        ICLEROYMAM KILLED WHILE "
VISITORS HERE    mm AS mmm
John    Culshaw,   Who    Met    Death
Montreal,   Left   Church   to   Support     Family.
.Montn al, Jan. 16.���Because no
could not support his wife and four
children In the ministry, John Culshaw resigned from his post in the
Church   of   England,   near   Liverpool,
Montreal,    Jan.    16.���While    other
count lies     are     devising     ways     and
schemes to keep Hie   anarchist    from ,^	
their shores, Canada has had lltt'.e and came to .Montreal, where lie vvas
trouble on that score, and anticipates killed while working as carpenter on
w,;v   liule. j ,l,e Willis building, corner of St. Cuth-
The   absence   of   crowned    beads erine and Drummond streets,
makes the Beld unattractive for those     The pathetic story connected  with
who would be the mans of hurrying  the  victim's  life  was  related  at   the
monarchs Into eternity, morgue today by a friend who knew
Mr, Bejambal, of tbe Dominion Im-|hlm in the city.   The victim was tliir-
mlgration department,   told   a   repre-1ty-two years old and was the son of
Rev.  Dr,  John   Culshaw,   who  is  still
The Oven
Of a Range
to
aud
!S  H.  I'.
4 Cycle.
Tenth
Local Agents
 Iron Works
Phone   53.
St.,   New   Westminster.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING DOMINION LANDS.
The right to cut timher unde:
li sense on Berth No. 5J1, comprising
the follow Ing lan Is In the l'i<>\ im e ol
Hi r lsh Columbia, will i e ofT< 1 ed al
public an tlon al   1 he  upsel   pi Ice
* 1  at 2 o'clock p.m . on We li 1
dav.   the   -''th   dav   ol   March   next,  at
I he    olliee    ni     lie       I I..million       'I KM    I
-. enl  at   New   w< Btmlnster:
Timber   Bei th   N'o.   531,   a tuate   In
the Province ol  British Columbia, In
'I nu nsi Ip ... Range - i.  **. esl    of    the
Sixth  Meridian, and comprising that
��� - iu ol   the norl he 1st  quarter    of
-.   ���   m 14, not 1 overed bj  Bertha 123
d  '."!. and conl lining an area ol BO
.    . 1, more or lesB.
A   license  will  not be        ��� d  until
waters protection ��*_. w��. *>��� ~ ' ���������*��� ";ll ;u" ''"" "��� ,! " 1'  '' '" ; " Pri '''���
.   ta hereby given thai and the grounl rental for   the    Bret
.. a ,.. p,   ited In the office year, have been paid.
., ,,, public works at Ot- The conditions ol payment, rate of
._. i��� the ofllce of r< ntal, etc .  are    11 ntaine I    In    the
:..,- ol d is al  New West- Timher Regulations, a copj  of which
lish Columbia, plans and mav be secured on application to the
Ita and side ele- undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
. 1 railway whan to Agenl al New Westmln tei
sentative of the Star lo lay that this
country had never experienced much
trouhh; on account of the anarchist,
ami thai it had noi been for years
that it had heen found necessary to
deporl any of that class from the
slimes of the Dominion.
Those who are pursuing an active
life iu the profession of anarch) are
so   busy   in   far  off   fields    lliat    they
reel or   of  a   church   in    a  .suburb    of
Liverpool.
Discouraged when be found be
could not. support his family on bis
Btlpends, young Culshaw sailed lor
Canada in 1907, thinking that "in the
land of sunshine" he might have a
better opportunity
.. poie Leans
nYourcoaiBiii
V     ;   Curccy-Oxford
20 I   r<   ������'
have no time to come over here.    Il'      He  finally learned ihe carpentering!
such  persons  were known  to he com-   trade. Bo well, 111 tact, ihat  he was re-j
ing to Canada thev would be appro-  garded as one of the besi   constrdc-
hended at pons of entry, and looked  tlon men in Peter Lyall and Sons em
after  by  tl e  federal  authorities   he-  ploy     He also found the occupation
fore thev had a chance to get   very   more   lucrative,  11   less  genteel, than
far     Years ago there were BOme here   his former one and only a  short  time
who    were   immediately   transported, before his death he told his friends in
bul   a.   pies..,,,   the  anarchist   is  nm   Montreal that be bad saved sufficient
even on visiting terms with us. to   hung  his  wife  and   children   to j
The  provincial   immigration  depart-   Montreal next spi mg.
;ment does not know what it is to 1o���k,    Grim  circumstances  decided  other-|
on  the  Moujik  or  Italian  form  of  a  wise,  however,  lor  Saturday   the ex-1
real live anarchist, and granted that   minster fell down the elevator shaft
the bomb thrower did  come   out   to  "on. ibe eighth fetory ol ihe new \V 1-
Canada he would not be like!,  ,,, go  Us   building   and   afterwards   died   In
t0 the provincial Immigration office to the Koyal Victoria hospital.
be  put in   the wav- of   employment.      Noi I  hls  fellow-workmen  knew
Farm lie does  no   suit   the foreign  the derails of his lie story or were]
terror   who   aims   to  overturn   mon-  aware  that an ex-minister had  been
archies, so .hat  the province of que.  working with tbem.
bee   in   the   rural   districts   does   not j 	
know him. I ,.,   .   .
                                BI-LINGUALISM    IN    S.  A.
* I 'HAT a perfectly constructed,
**���     air-tight oven will bake better  with   half   the   fuel   than   a "
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond   question.    The  Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable L or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight.   The oven, in an ordinary stove or ran^e  is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing   a   knife blado   to    pass
through corners and sides.    It is
natural that with  an  oven constructed   in  this  manner,  it  requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven o�� a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Note the illuttrationt.
-E CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY.
���   7 if the nav u_-
���   tlon act tit. S. Can.
...
���
^^^^_' (
re i   *.'    :       t rai
mat] known
Gurney - Oxford C rr.pany.
'i
co
b:tt;r :    I
��� 1 fti   Port  Maun. Brltlsl
��� 1 thai  one month after
.    1 n  o|  tl i- notl ���'. the
.,,.; iv  to the Governor
,   .pproval thereof.
roronto,   Ontario,   this
1 daj  ol December, 1910.
1;   11. M   TEMPLE,
Assistant Solicitor.
Dei
Secretary,
;' menl of the Intei lor,
1 Mtawa. 1 'e :ember 23rd, 1910.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
We are moving trom   our   present
: . .- on Columbia stieet to 827 Carnarvon Street, where we vvill still con-
e  :a  the  same  husiness  of  team
:   ���., ng, wood and coal.
Wo desire to thank our friends for .
liberal patronage accorded  us injeontrac. can be seen
'  Ol I Btand, and  trust   we  will  still
mi, ��� tbem and a lot of new ones at
ir new place,
BELYEA & CO.
Office phones,  laO and  ":'.-.
Coal nffii't. plione S19.
NOTICE  TO  BUILDERS.
Tenders will be received by the un-
gned    up  to  noon    of   Saturday,
lanuary 28, tor tbe erection anil cornel  the Buperetructure of the
Y.  M   C   A.   building,  the   basement
Sealed tenders addiessed 10 the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for three 260 yard dump scows for
Vancouver, B.C.," will be received at
this Office until 1 p.m , on Monday,
January :m, ion, for the construction
Of three L'lio cubic yard dump scows
tor Vancouver, B.C.
Plans, specification and form of
seen and forms of
tender obtained at the offices of H. A.
Bayfield, Esq., Superintendent of
Dredges, New Westminster, B.C., William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C., and on application
to the Postmaster at Vancouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
lenders will nol be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed witli their actual signatures, staling their occupations and
places of residence. In tbe case of
lirms, the actual signature, the nature
jof the occupation, and place of resi-
I deuce  of each  member  of the  firm
walla of whlch'are'now built on Royal I m^_Je jjjjj' ,������.,  be accompanied
ivenue near Sixth sireet. .    I       *n accopted cheque on a chartered
Plana  and   specification!   may   ''''
seen m my ofllce, coiner Sixth street
nd  Cl  ik: un   street.   New   Wcstmln-
'    '. or any lender, not necess.ir
��� Led.
c.  11. ci.ow. Architect,
bank, payable to   the   order   of   thel
Honorable    the     Minister    of     Public
Works, equal to 10 per cent,   ol   the
amount of the tender, which wi.l le i
forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract when'
called upon to do so. or fail to C( tuple! o llie work contracted for.
If the
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice thai  Leslie L. Oicker-
raan, ol Vancouver, B. C, occupation
erman, intends to apply for Per"|
mission to purchase the following de-
rlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
!iil' beach on west side of Sechelt. In-
'"'��� and at the northeast corner of
1,11 No. ^7117 and marked "L. L. Dlck-
1 in;iii.��� Northwest Corner," thence
south su chains, thence oast .0chains,
thence south r>0 chains, tlience east
'" chains more or less to the beach.
thence north and west along beach to
1 ommencement and containing 320
1 "'s more or less.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
.1.  A. LKWIS,  Agent.
Hate November 20. lino.
eepted   the
chequi
lender   he   md   a.
he ^^^^hb^^h
The Department does nol bind itself
to accept  the lowest  or any tender,
lly order.-
R. C. IESROCHERS, I
' Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
otiawa. January 7, mil.    H	
Newspapers will nol he paid for
tbis advertisement If thev insert it
withoul authority from the Depart*
ment.
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liuse special features���-
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'ECONOMIZER*
will Vfcp jiar lift t'ftinii al InwfM ro*��ib!e
o.l 'or fur 1,    Vllll%lf6 kl l*>as! JO ****r Ctlfi
. f Ibe cotl )���������! tow us* .tiJ nil i,,_,c t'.l
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r* j itiafaetory results from your
.king
I. t us *. ^aorwtmto t ��� yi u (he
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p -rf ��� ���'    1   g t id   r 1 Iff '  Q I'l  I' v      \^ '���   W li1
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1 ir  mtf kind �� f i i ���'.    Old ipl��;. on
n ir ll > irn nil l)i" ,:m.\
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.11 Cnnadi k,.A ��1��> \\ now���for the c ��od
of your pookotbook.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.l
681   Columbia  Street.
"THE   CLIMAX."
The   next   attraction   at   the   West-' Already Causing Trouble in South Af
minster Opera house will be the dra- ncan    Parliament.
matlc event  of the season, "Tbe Climax," one of the . reatest plays ever
written, will be   iflered to the tbeatre-
goers ni this city tomorrow. The United Play company, produce: s of several i
Broadway   successes,   bave   sent,   tbis
attraction  on  the  road.  and.  accord-)
irfg 10 the endorsements thai  it  has
received from the press, it is a meritorious   one      one   metropolitan   p-.i-
per   savs   that   "if   there   were   more
plays  like  "The Climax" the theatre
would be bi Iter off."
The   following   a xtracts    from
some of the leading papers:
"Tender, uplifting and compelling."
��� Now  York   World.
"An excellent plot;  a beautiful les-
son."���Chicago American.
Tlie play moves along with great
force, holding the audience every
minute.''���Hoston   Globe.
AGRICULTURAL   COLLEGES
WANT   DANCING   ALLOWED
Guelph, Ont., Jan. 16.���The students of the Agricultural college and
co-educational school, the MacDonald
institute, are anxious that dancing be
permitted   at   the   college    entertain-
ments. and have drawn up a petition   tne union was technically
to  this  effect,  which   has  heen  handed ^^^^^^M
to President Creelman for transmittal
to the minister of agriculture.
Capetown,   Jan.   16.���Parliament   ls\
finding   some   difficulty    In    securing
identical working in the bl-llngual ver-;
slons of bills submitted to the house. \
Another point which has caused Bome
friction is a complaint by the Benate
that the legislative assembly in rush-'
'ing legislation through at too fast al
pace.
In introducing the Groote Schur
bill, which provides for the acceptance of the estate by the government,
ministers emphasized the splendor ol
Cecil Rhodes' dream of a l'nited British South Africa. A tribute was also
paid to the excellent work done by the
Rhodes trustees in carrying out the
wishes of the great imperialist.
It is announced that the government have refused to construct the
propose I Slangokp lighthouse. Tliey
state that their decision has been arrived at after taking the highest expert advice.
One of the most notable features of
the past month has been Right Hon.
J. Merriman's attacks on the financial methods of Hon. H. C. Hull, minister of finance. It has been admitted
on the government side that the min-
i ister's signature of a contract for
buildings  before the proclamation of
irregular.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET,
.,���*l_
Gould M Buirco
This Man
Has No Use For Peddlers Selling
Worthless Medicines
Six Years in Prison.
Toronto, Jan. 16.���W. It. Travers,
general manager of the Farmers' bank
who pleaded guilty on Friaday to
stealing $40,000 from the bank, to falsifying returns to the government and
to altering a minute in the books, was
today sentenced to six years in Kingston penitentiary.
Death   of   a   Giant.
Washington, Jan. lfi.���John Turner,
seven feet seven inches tall, the giant
of the national capital, is dead at the
Washingtor Asylum hospital, and a
casket o' unusual size is being prepared to receive his body. Turner
was thirty-four years old and had
been an Invalid from infancy. He
could neither read nor write, and
spent most of his time living at various hospitals.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
6^ Hamilton  St., or
Vsnitone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnectlng, Cesspools, Septic Tank��, Etc.. Etc.
of four rooms for
CrooksTairs, Ont.
National Drug Co. of Canada,
Limited.
Please read the following carefully,
''I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who said he had heard
that I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told him I had been and he wanted to
sell mesomeothermedicine. I answered
tbat I was taking GIN PILLS, the
only medicine that did me any good.
I told him that I had tried various
other medicines but none had done me
any good but GIN PILLS and that I
always kept a box in the house. GIN
PILLS 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."
Joseph Stevenson.
Don't be imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. If your dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of 50c. a box, 6 for J2.50,
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
Manga-Tone Blood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless jx-ople, especially valuable for
correcting female troubles, Thev purify
aud enrich the blood, ami help to build
Up the whole system. 50c. a box at all
dealers.
"use only the best
$100
Cash or Credit
tanl
ratnME.
LYE
Scene from "The Honeymoon Trail,"  at   Opera  House  on  Thursday
Five of the    pretty    girls    In
night.
DENNY & ROSS
43-47 Sixth Street, New Westminster
ItotleSTANDARDlItlCll]
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
Per maKlna so��p. sofunlM water.]
removing old p.lnt. dtatnUctlng
���Inks. eloooU. drain* ��nd for
many other  porpoiM.     A ���������
���quota ��0 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
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THE DAILY NEV/S.
TOESDAY, JANUARY 17,
1911.
CITY NEWS | Alteration Sale Price
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared W'nx. It preserves ami brings out natural beamy of
tbe wood, lt produces u rich, artistic
linish, to wliich din and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will sec how
much belter it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish tor All
Wood."   Use il on your Boors and woodwork, too.   Johnson's Powdered Wax is
tor nil dancin.   BOOTS.
You eun . et Johnson's free book. "Thn
J   Proper Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
_  and furniture" and these preparations ot
\ ANDERSON & LUSBY
f
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
The regular monthly meeting of the
hospital hoard will be held in the
office of the secretary on Wednesday
afternoon.
Monday   and   Tuesday   are   lhe   big |
days next week.    Masquerade, at the
Pythian roller rink.   Big prizes.    **
The annual meeting of the Benevolent society will be I.eld in tlie hoard
of trade room at tbe city hall at 2:10
p.m., on  Thursday.
For Delta acreage, large and small,
priced right, see Reid, Curtis &. Dorgan, 706 Columbia stieet. **
An Italian named Folio died early
this morning at the Royal Columbian
hospital, lie had been in the institution  for about six weeks.
Modern  home   on   Twelfth  street;
large lawn, tine view, $4000; terms to
be arranged.       See
Co.
White,  Shiles   ,i
aa
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
Magistrate II. L. Kdmonds is ill
wiih an attack ol influenza. Magistrate T. S. Annandale took liis place
in tlie police court yesterday morning.
Prizes worth while will be given
for the best cost nines at the masquerade at the Pythian roller rink on
Monday and Tuesday. **
The members of the New Westminster synodhave called to meet In
Christ church. Vancouver, on February 8. and '.��. This is the lirst meeting of the synod at which Bishop de
Pencier will preside.
Good house on three corner lots, on
car line, all in orchard'. $44i,G, on
terms to be arranged. See White.
Shiles & Co. **
11. Middlemass, chief clerk in the
despatching and sorting department
of tlie city post office, has, at his ow.t
request, been transferred to Vancouver. The vacancy caused by the
change has been filled by the promotion of Frank S. Hughes, of the local
staff, who in turn is succeeded by J.
A. Kinnear.
Mrs. Ross Jamieson, of Sapperton,!
is suffering from eye trouble and has
gone to Vancouver to be treated.  ,
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram ollice.   Phone 310. ��*
Dr,   .1.   11.   Jones,    who    went east]
about three weeks ago on account of
the deatli  of his father, returned to
the city on Sunday.
Davies Green Mouses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone lt 2US **
"The Climax," a drama, will be
staged at tbe opera house tomorrow
evening. On Thursday "The Honeymoon Trail" will be the attraction.
Full (hl-foot lot on Fourth avenue.
near Second street, comfortable 7-
room house with full cement basement, only |3000, easy terms; only
small cash payment, White, Shiles
& Co. �����
Mr. W. Waugb Lander, of Chicago,
pianist and lecturer, will give a series
of eight lecture-recitals or talks on
the piano, in St. Patrick's hall, February lst, 2nd 2rd and 6th, Miss Marguerite Lander, soprano soloist, will
assist. Under auspices Educational
Club. $1.5(1 for course of four, single
admission at door 50c. **
The Public
Supply Stores
"THF*
milABLE_
rittJiu *-ov_
UMI Ml yov%
IT'S SONB BCJtn
jrici���MMU
lit
For the famous
South
Bend
Malleable
Range
The best made
on the market
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
The flrst night of the masquerade I
at the Pythian rink yesterday passed
off successfully, about fifty costumed
skaters rolling. Prizes were awarded
as follows: Best dressed gentleman,
Mr. Moak; best dressed lady, Miss
Colle; original costume, Mr. McDonald (squaw), comical dress, R. Pascoe
(Buster Brown). A feature of the
evening was tlie grand march, led by
II. Rowe. The mile race between
Clarence Huff and C. Pascoe was won
by C. Huff with half a lap to spare. A
return match takes place this evening.
1
Fred  Levelle, the  B,  C.  E. R. eon-
. ductor wbo is in the Royal Columbian
'hospital as the lesult of an accident|
j while en route to this city from Cnilli-|
j wack. is now on the high roa.l to com-
' plete recovery. Yester
' enough to give an	
\ hapi ened.   The receiver of the trolley
I ro| e  having  failed  to  work  for    tho
1 moment.  Levelle opened the window
and started to pull down the rope. At
| this moment the retriever started    fi
; work, pulling Levelle down and throw-
ink him against tiie side of the vestibule and partly down the   step,   in-
1 flic-ting seveic bruises of tbe head aad
i chest.
SINKHOLE   OF   THE   N. T. R.
Bad
Spot     Discovered    on
Transcontinental.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St,
Ottawa, Jan. 16.���An immense
"sink hole" has been discovered on
Ithe main line of the National Trans-
i continental railway, one hundred
i miles west of the town of Cochrane,
| where the Temiskaming and North-
I ern Ontario railway intersects tlie
' Transcontinental.
| The construction of the N, T. R.
where tbis bottomless "sink hole" Is
reported to have been found, ik under contract by O'Brien, McDougall
and O'Qorman and extends from Coch-
i rane to Lake Nipigon, a distance of
some three or four hundred miles. For
a distance of some fifteen or twenty
miles along the route between Matta-
. iini and Mlssanlble rivers constant
surveying and boring during the past
two years has absolutely failed in locating a solid foundation. Tireless efforts on the part of contractors and
engineers to divert tlie line in order
to escape this seemingly foundation-
less strip of country bave proved fruitless, and it apparently means that
several miles of roadbed will exist on
the new Transcontinental in this district similar to that on the Canadian
Pacific between Kenora and Winnipeg.
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we(
have quite a large'
stock of Goods
which we are cleaning out cheap.
Quotations   will
follow   in   a few
���day be was wen | days.    Watch the
ccount of how it | v
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea
for our customers
[to take advantage
before   the   rush
National
THE BOSS
Hand Cleaner
15 cts.
TRY IT AT
MMR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
"^..New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW |
TRADES PULPIT FOR HEARSE.
commences.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
For the Third Week of Our Big Sale
���
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The substantial lowering of prices on all lines throughout  tl.e store has resulted In a large Increu
llie sunsi.inii.il iuwciiub       i ., ,,..iiiced our nrolils m order lo clear out  llie heavj  o
of business during the last   ��� w��g.   We sacriflced our prot^ to takfl ^    We J ��
ff ?otnPrrels.1h��S'asWdiyebaylt SWl &'�� turned ----- -sting places and give,
a new price.    Price cards ^-^^7^000^ .n" PmCE."""
���lal lots.
Blankets of Quality at
Low Prices
A cold weather snap such as is now upon us brings a heavy de
mand for Blankets. We are well provided with Blankets, in fact
overstocked. Our prices were made low on account of the big alterations forcing us to lower tbem. Vou profit by our action, now when
you need them most. ^___H
A Special Blanket at a Low
Price, $3.50 per pair
We could buy White Blankets to sell at lower price than asked
for this line. We could not, however, obtain anything like the same
quality and that is what is mosl apparenl in all Blankets we handle.
This special line is always our Special   Blanket   al   $4.26  and   M-B0.
Buy tbem now at, per pair
$3.50
15 pairs extra heavy white
Blankets, $6.95 per pair
Two sizes only, fill by 86 anl 68 by 88', Heavy
Pink or blue borders. Regular values $8.00 and
per pair   ���	
Fleecy     Blankets.
$8.50.    Sale   price,
     $6.95
18 Pairs of Grey Blankets,
$2.95 per pair
Regular $li.,r>0 and $3.75 values,     drey   Blankets   about   58   I y   86
inches, 6-lb. weight.    Sale price $2.95
30 pairs of odd Blankets
at $5.35 per pair
All Wool BlanketB in the following sizes:   ill  by W2, 66 by  84, 74
by St. 58 by Sn and no by 80,    They are heavy, anl shown with pink
or blue  borders.    A  few  pairs slightly soiled.    Regular $6.00 to $7.on.
Sale price, i er pair $5.35
Special Prices on Wool and Cotton Crib Blankets
Eiderdown  Comforters, $5.15 each
Regular $6.00 to $7.00 Value;
Many   people  when   bu
Comforters wlll huy nothin
hut  those  ailed  witli eldei
down. The weight <ii ;l ,p,v,,.
comforter is scarcely not! ���
able yet   warmth Is bi i . i
as     under     no     other     bed
covering,     Here  is au  oppoi
(unity  to Becure a splendid
Down Comforter, 60   bj
inches,  in  combinations
pink, blue, green, cream. , ���
art sateen being the matl :, ,
used us covering, Weil filled
Sale price, each    $5,15
Turkey Chintz Comforters, $5.15 each
Comforters very he
thick and filled with put
white cotton; size 7^ by ," ���
Inches, which is very lar.: ���
for a comforter. Regulai
values $6.00 to $7.00, Sal ���
price, each   $5.15
Dark  Covered  Com ���
forters, $1.45 each
Our regular special    Comforter  at  $ 1.TT. each,  si/e I
by    "2.  covered    wltb  dan.
materials.
4 sizes at $1.95 each
60 by 72, 66 by 7". ~,2 I* ���
72, 7- by ">*, with light ar
dark colored coverings, put
white cotton filling. Regul i
values $J.r.n to $3.09. Bai
price, each    $1.9-.
Heavy   Warm   Comforters, at %2.95 each
7.  hy 72 inches, pure will
lilllng with a wide range
coverings.      Regular
value,   Sale price, each $2'-J
Crib   Comforters
at $1.95 each
Size   "''���     by   50     lie
"Maish"     Comforters      wl
coverings   featuring    nursei
rhymes   anl   designs
ami cdnventlal patterns   11
coverings    the   ground
which la ne irly alwaj -
Regular    price    $2.60.    Sa
price, each    *1'-5
All furs at reductions one-
Remember the special  low
One
lot      of      Coating:
beaver,
broadcloths,     heaV'
third   to   one-half   less     than
prices   of   Children's   Coats:
weights
for  coats   or   capes
Regular
prices $1.75 to $33"
regular.
they must be cleared out.
to clear,
per yard  $1.:.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada lrom the
Atlantic to the Pacific', in Cuba,
throughout tlie Island, also lu
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK und LONDON,
KNGLAND.
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.
I
mam���K
Pastor  Quits   Preaching,   Intending to
Become Undertaker.
Los Angeles, .lan. Hi.���The congregation of Memorial Baptist church has
not recovered from its surprise over
the announcement yesterday of Its
pastor, Uev. C. C. Pierce, that he Intended to retire from tiie ministry to
become an undertaker. Rev. Pierce
has been pastor of the church twelve
i years. Chafing at "denomlnaUonaliam
and longing for freedom," as he expressed it. Rev. Pierce yesterday Informed his congregation that he
would retire on the last Sunday iu
February.
"I do not want to be bound to a denominational affiliation, and I want to
be able to preach whenever, where
and what I please," he told his flock.
"I don't care for theology, hut everything for civic righteousness and
economy. There are too many denominations in the churches. Another
thine, the constant financial strain for
outside needs makes a pastor's life
hard."
I Good  Building   Lots
Small Price and Easy Terms
EDINBURGH STREET���Nine fifty-foot lots with flne view, overlooking river and gulf, handy to car. Price $500 each. Terms, one-
third cash, balance to arrange, on easy payments.
SIXTH   STREET���One extra line  lot, all  cleared and   ln   orchard,
on car line, lane.   For a medium priced porperty this is one of the
most   desirable   in   the   city,
balance to arrange.
Price   $750.   .Terms,   one-third   cash
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Vancouver
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Victoria    ���    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
�������������*�����*��� 4* *������������������������������**�����***������������������������
January Sale
of Furniture
is in full swing ; every article in the store reduced
���you won't find just a few articles marked low
for a catch, THIS IS A GENUINE SALE.
See These in Our Window:
Golden quartered oak Rocker with
cobbler seat; the best value in the
city for, each   .   .   .    $4.95
Couches, covered with block velour in red, brown and green colorings; this is a very strongly
constructed couch and is most
attractive in appearance. January sale, each    .   .     $4.95
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and  Fourth Streets
Phone 829.
New Westminster.

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