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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NUM H IOR
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
VYLOR IS AGAIN
[MAYOR OF VANCOUVER
jorrison Defeated by Majority   of   1683-Election
Results on the Island.
BIG AMOUNT IN
GOLD DOST SEIZED
ire-
i re-
i retro-
���Vancouver,   Jan.   12.��� Mayor   L.   D.
kylor  was  returned  by  a  sweeping
18jority over Alexander Morrison at
e civic eeltclons today, the figures
-ing; Taylor, 4682; Morrison, 28!i!i,
[ring the mayor a majority of 10'J3.
 campaign was one of the hard
It   fought   in  tbis city,  personalities
pieting into tbe contest early and he-
indulged ln to the last.
Tbe  result  of  the  voting for alder-
fen, license commissioners and school
Btees follows:
Aldermen.
���Ward    1���Alderman    Ramsay,
cted), John Rogers,
|Ward     2���Alderman     Crowe,
cted),    Alderman    Campbell,
fe cted.)
Ward    3���Alderman    Emight,
_ited), Thomas Klrkpatrick.
(Ward 4���Alderman McPherson, tie-
. ted I, George  King.
[Ward   5���Alderman   Stephens,   (reded l, John Williamson.
Ward  �����E.  B.  Mc.Master,    W.    S.
1 melon.
\lderman   Whiteside   was   defeated
Ward G, and Alderman Hepburn In
ird  1. and they ^^^
ho stood for re-election who were
pied down by tbe voters.
j'or licensing board commissioners,
ftnllay and Crehan were re-elected.
|mmissloner Edgett was defeated,
rman McBride, who resigned as a
presentative of Ward 6 to run for
licensing board, was also deled.
���Cr the school board. Trustees Bryne.lack and Duke were reelected.
1 A. W. Stuart    defeated    Trustee
Iligan   for   the   third   seat     on     the
ird.    Only  three trustees  were to
elet ted  this  year.
; bylaw providing for the annex-
Ion of Hastings townsite and  D,  L,
passed  with  a  large majority.
Deputy Marshall Sam Bright-
well Attaches $101,000 at
Cordova, Alaska.
Cordova, Alaska, Jan. 12.���Yesterday morning Deputy Marshal Sam
Brlghtwell seized $101,000 in gold
coin and dust which was In transit
from Fairbanks to Seatlle. The seizure was made on the order of the district court of the fourth division. The
Bhlpment consisted of $76,000 In gold
dust and bullion and $25,000 hi currency, The money vvas in the possession of the Alaska-Yukon and Al-
aska-Paciflc Export company, having
been forwarded from Fairbanks by
the Washington-Alaska bank, which
failed last week. It was consigned to
the Dexter Horton National bank of
Seattle to be held by the latter.
When the bank at Fairbanks suspended,   depositors   applied   to   Judge
ELECTORS RETURN MAVOR
AND ALDERMEN TO Ml
Members of Aldermanic Board in 1910 Come Back in One,
Two, Three, Order, Bryson Leading by Big Majority
���Two Labor Men Elected���One Lady And
One Laborite on School Board.
By tbe vote of the people, John A.  that many people bad plumped or only
Dee has been elected to fill the office  voted for two or three.
of mayor for another term.    His ma-      Almost as    soon    as    tbe    counting
jority over T. J, Trapp was uli8. I started, it  was a foregone conclusion
The result of the aldermanic con-j that Alderman Bryson would head tbe
test occasioned no great surprise to I poll, llis administration of the water
those who have kept in touch with! system semed to meet with general
tbe situation. Tbe leadership bad J favor by all the electors, and be polled
been conceded to Alderman Bryson j a bigger vote than any alderman ever
several days ago. and few expected polled before in tbe city of New West-
Alderman Johnston to fall below sec- minster.
ond  place.    The  re-election  of  Al.ler-1 Mr.  Trapp  Thanks   Helpers,
man Gray was expected, all the more T. J. Trapp, unsuccessful candidate
so as only three of the 1910 council for the mayoralty, received the news
Overtield for a writ of attachment in j were running. Fred Lynch, who se- of his defeat smilingly and without
order to prevent the money from be-1 cured fourth place, surprised even his rancor. He was in his committee
ing shipped out. Marshal Brlghtwell most ardent supporters. Joseph Hen- rooms when the result was telephoned
met  the  train   upon   which   the  gold   ley,    because     of     his     experience  and as was natural    made    -     -���������*
CHARGE HOLDUP
ON WATER ERONT
ARMY OE VAGS IS
INFESTING VANCOUVER
Foreign    Consuls     Accuse! One Thousand Derelicts Said
Boarding Masters on Puget Sound.
Seattle, Jan. 12.���Charging that the
to be Scattered Throughout City.
Vancouver, Jan. 12.���Just to give art
was. and after seeing General Passen
gcr Agent Harry of the Copper River
railroad, made a legal seizure. Tbe
men will be sent back to Fairbanks.
Death of Mrs. Beecher.
letman liepnurn in i "^^c death al Vancouver General
were the onlv two | hospital yesterday morning of Mrs. C.
M. Beecher marks the passing of another old-Umer on tbis coast, and.one
who was for a time a resident of New
Westminster. It was In 1N81 that
Mrs. Beecher, whose husband is president   of  the   B,  ('.   Mills,  Timber and
Trading company, and they lived here   sen ta tlon on the council this year
��� *=.*, *n>ma*amV ���. ..... mmrm..-~~m        a SllO'.t
and strong inclination to work in the speech to his supporters, thanking
past, again finds a seat in the council i them for tlieir unswerving devotion
chamber, The last men on the list, and the zeal and energy which they
W. Dodd and J, II. Campbell, both had displayed thioughout the cam-
ran on tbe labor ticket.    Dodd reeelv-   palgn.
ed 638 votes and Campbell 4St>, a dif-, "We have fought a good fight," he
ference of 150. Sam Jackman, tbe said, "and 1 am not at all sorry that
third labor nominee, only polled 2701 we lost. The contest has served a
votes. good  purpose in that  it    has    shown
Neither of the Sapperton men were that not all the citizens of New West-
elected; Had the vote from the east: minster are in accord with the policy
end not been split between McGill pursued by Mayor l.ee. My object
and Irwin, it is more than likely Sap-Iin entering the lists, as 1 have al-
perton   would   have  bad   direct  repre-   ways stated, bas not been to serve my
boarding masters of tbe Puget Sound Klea 0f the vagrancy situation as it
ports are imposing a fee of from $30 _..:���,��� at ,���.���.������. ,��� ,*. '*,. . ,r
to $(lo, wbicb tbey claim is nothing e*l8t8 at Present in the ^ ot Van-
more than "blood money," for eacli j couver, it is intimated at police head-
sailor shipped on a foreign vessel, and Quarters that the average number of
that at present there is no control; hobos spending a night within the
whatever   of   the   business  of  supply-   ���.,���_ js (.,oge tQ Qne u ^   Th
ing ships   crews, consular representa-
lives of Seattle. Tacoma and Port luimber represent the floating popu-
Townsend ale sending an appeal for '"tion of the underworld; eddying and
the enactment of a law designed to drifting in this neighborhood, the riff-
protect shipping interests. raft  and  Bcum  of  h���m;mitVi  loo lazv.
In   the   appeals   received   yesterday .    . . "
by the Seattle Chamber of Com-1t0 work- lackln* the faintest spark of
merce and tbe Seattle Commercial i ambition and seeking to maintain tha
dub. attention is called to the fact l!nk between body and soul hy prey-
that the desertion during the last ing on their more respectable brothers
three years of 4u4 sailors from Cer- in the social world,
man ships in Fuget Sound may have | Early this morning Inspectors JIc-
liad something to do with the hoard-j Rea and Jackson made a tour of the
lng master question. | East   Knd  cabins  out towards Cedar
The fact, remains, they say, how- Cove and there they found the centre
ever, that the owners of vessels can- of vagdom In all its squalor and ugli-
not afford to pay the high fees now , ness. Diiven to even the poorest kind
charged by boarding masters. They of shelter by the recent frosty touch
also claim that the questionable metb- of winter's hand these derelicts of hoods cmploved bv boarding masters in 'inanity were crowded by the score
dealing with tbe Officers of vessels,into filthy rooms suitable at the besl
when furnishing crews are seriously ; for not more than two or three people.
affecting the shipping business of' Of money they had none; even the
l'uget Sound I Plainest sort of food was at a premium
Bill    Is    Proposed. I In their sardine-packed colonies, while
Accompanying lhe appeal is a drafti In many cases there was not even the
of a bill similar to that enacted by cheer and warmth of a wood fire to.
Oregon     it provides for the licensing! keep   the   cold     from     their    ill-clad
ii shipping masters, the regulation of; hones.   Hardly a more miserable state-
__,   _., , ,,f   off���lra   r-nnlrl   lio   imagined
for a number of years before tranfer
ring their activities to Vancouver.
Mrs. needier was well known as a
philanthropic worker In Vancouver
and district, and occupied responsible
positions in a number of organizations of tbat nature, as well as the
Women's Council, the Women's Musical   Club,  and  otber  societies.
Tbe funeral will take place in Vancouver tomorrow.
McNeish   in   North   Vancouver.
JJorth   Vancouver.   Jan.   12.���Alder-
In McNeish was elerte 1 mayor over
{.Mayor Keeley by a majority of 45.
  ways stated, has not been to serve my jof shipping masters, me icsui.i,��� ... : ���
m the council tbis year.      i personal ambition, but to serve simply   the employment of seamen and other i of affairs could  be imagined.
Judging  by   the  candidates  elected   and only the best interests of the city,  employers on sea-going vessels enter-       The  reason  was  simply,   work, not
to the board of school trustees, open   which 1 believe will not best be done   ing Paget Sound. lack of lt, but absolute refusal to en-
I     lt   provides   that   any  person  deslr-jgage in any  occupation  that savored
ing to keep a boarding house lie com- ��� of toil.    Of course there were a few
NATIVE    SONS'   DANCE
WILL    BE    BIG    FUNCTION
Post No. 4 of the Native Sons of B.
^******a^**a^**a^**a^**a^***a^**a^**a^**   C., is giving its second annual dance
Planta  in  Coal  City. in the Pythian ring on January :',n The
anainie.    Jan.    12.���Mavor  Planta   following   ladies   have   consented    to
re-elected.   He had a majority of {*&  us patronesses:    Mrs. C.   Arkle,
over James   Young,  bis   Socialist | Mrs-  ���'    Brydgefl,  Mrs.  W.  N.  Clarke.
THE RESULT
A
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FOR    MAYOR
J. A. Lee ...
T. J. Trapp .
Majority   ..
J. S.
^^^^^^^_\               FOR    ALDERMEN
Bryson        (':!
lonent,
Morley  in  Capital.
,'j toria,    Jan.    12.���Mayor    Morley
B    ('turned today by a large major-
He polled 1881  votes;  Oliver re-
I   between   1300   and   1400,   and
������    r  I etween   1200  and   1H00.
China's   Famine.
Mrs. W. S. Collister. Mrs. 11. Dorer.
Mrs. J. R. Grant, Mrs. J. II. Jones,
Mrs. 14. P. Latham. Mrs. K. .1. Lynch,
Mrs. li. A. Dlmstead and Mrs. B. \\
Sutherland.
IT. P. Keary is again the secretary
of the dance.      Every  effort   will  be
made by the members of the committee    to    have    thin    year's    function
. eclipse the one last  year, which  wns
ina  Jan   12.���Famine conditions generally  conceded   to be the  finest
/ina are becoming  worse,    It  DI dance  ever   held   in    N'ew   Westmiu-
ted  that   a  thousand   people  arc|8,er
eumblna dally, many filling by th
(hides.
PARLIAMENT  REASSEMBLES
RDVINCUL PARLIAMENT
OPENED FOR BUSINESS
|peech   From   the   Throne    Forecasts
Legislation   to   Be   Introduced   at
This    Session.
J. J. Johnston
A. W. Gray   . ..
F. .1. Lynch  . . .
J. Henley  	
W. Dodd 	
J. H. Campbell
J. W. Irwin  . . .
Q. McGill  	
J. C. Loree . ..
S. Fader	
S. Jackman  . . .
A. Hardman  ..
J. Peck 	
J.  Reid
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
53
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15
5
18
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J.    nciu    	
L. Thornbur         IS
Mrs. G. B. Cross        Ill
R. A. Stoney
Members Gather for Work After Three
Weeks'  Holiday.
Ottawa,  Jan.   12.���Parliament   reassembled this afternoon after a ho Iday
of almost three weeks' duration.
With the resumption of committee
work the "lighting" featuie Of the session may be expected to develop early
next week. The policy of the government Is. of course, to rush the business of the session through as expeditiously as possible in order to effect
what   Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier  terms  the
  "blessing  of  early   prorogation."
I     But progress will be measured ne-
The   Provincial    House   opened    at  ccssarily   by   the  development   which
it toria yesterday afternoon, und the'the  administration evinces to  let'in
ice,!,   from   the  throne,   which  con-1 light   upon  several  matters of  puhlto
u   promises of much Important leg-j concern which the opposition has de-
i  ui. was read.    Alter a reference j termlned to have investigated.
lhe death of King Edward, und an ^^^m***********m**m^**9*^*^*^
iu incement tbat the province was
id to send representatives to the .
r   union Of King George, the speech   Full B C.  E. R. Service to Chilliwack
. Ko-d   to  the   consideration   of   rail-1 W'11   Be   Resumed  Today.
The house will he required to      That   the  B,  C.  E.  II.  cars on  the
i arrangements for a department Chilliwack lino would be running on
.ilways. which will necessitate an   schedule time today was the lnformP-
laendmenl to the constitution act. a; tion given  out yesterday
111 consolidating the various railway
Mrs. II. Wilson
H. P. Vidal 	
W. McAdam   .. .
W. Murray ....
E. W. Cook
W. T. Cooksley
A. B. Christie .
F. B,  Knnls  ..
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mg to keep a ooaruing uuuou mr iuu.-   ���  -���
(idled to pay a license fee of $260 a exceptions, same real, deserving down-
year, thai be be required to furnish a ' and-outs forced against the wall of
bond of $5000 with surety. The men- \ want by the hard blows of fate, but
sure also stipulates that the remuner- the majority of the sticks in the pile
ation for furnishing sailors shall not of human driftwood visited by the of-
excee 1  $10  per man. | liters   were  hoboes  pure  and  simple.
Another   provision   of   the  hill    re-  a  class  to   whom   any   condition, no
quires   that   boarding   house   keepers   matter   how   squalid  or   miserable,  is.
shall  keep registers showing the ar-  preferable to work,
rival and departure of every boarder (     In sheer pity for fellowmen. no mat-'
and lodger, together with the names  ter   how   undeserving,   the   inspectors
of their employers.      Boarding house; w.mld have taken the whole lot to the-
keepers   and   shipping   masters  must  lock-up where they would have found
also    wear    conspicuously    exhibited  at least fire and food, but the lock-up
badges or  shields on which  shall he   already   is  overcrowded    and.    after
printed or engraved the name of the  looking over the crowded cabins, the
hotel or boarding house or the name   constables went back to headquarters,
of the shipping master and the loca-   wondering, even In the light of their
tlon of his office. Ilong experience with the underworld.
Consuls   Join   in   Request. I at   the strange    ingredients    in    the
The consular representatives of the  make-up of some members of the hu-
���*���  T^rt*,      I ^^^^^^m*********9**9**9**9*^***^*^**^*^*^
WILL   RUN  ON  TIME
meetings will he the rule in future, by pursuing the policy which my op-
A feature is the election of Mrs. Cross, ponent has Inaugurated, and doubtless
who led It. A. Stoney, the only labor continue. In this belief, it Is evident
man elected, by six votes. The nomi- that a powerful majority of the elec-
nating of four labor men fulled of its.torate is with me
purpose. Of the three defeated candidates, one  Is  fourth  from  the hot-
man  family.
Drugged Himself Overmuch.
Seattle. Jan. 12���In seeking to avoW
Netherlands, Norway. France. Den
mark, Great Britain, Belgium. Italy
Sweden and Germany at Seattle, and
of Greece, Norway. Great Britain and (      .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Germany ut Tacoma. an 1 of Great Bri-, making the return trip on his vessef;
tain and Germany at Port Townsend, the Frenchh ship Dnesquene. by dos-
have joined in the petitions for the ing himself with dregs to give the im-
proposed legislation. pression   t liat  he  was  sick.  Oauthfer
' Romelie, a French sailor, took too
much of dines and died in Provi.lence
hospital yesterday.
Mr. Keary, had a considerable effect
on that portion of the electorate which
does not look too closely into the
merits of what is often merely an
election cry.
Whatever may have been the contributory causes, however, the fact
that their candidate had been defeated
made   but   little   impression   on   the
little band of workers who have stoc.l i ^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^
for Mr. Trapp In the last few strenu-, Westminster    Marine    Railway    WiW
ous  days,  and  late  last   night,  afte;'
PUNS COMPLETED FOR
BUILDING STERNWHEELEI
"At the same time 1 have no per-
. sotiel feeling In the matter, and lean
! only say that In the future as in the
past 1 will always he ready and willing to offer my services when it seems
to me by so doing the interests of the
city of New Westminster can hest he
served thereby."
ous  nays,  mu   i,..c	
thelr chief had gone home, they stood
to their guns, collecting the figures In
the aldermanic and school trustee contests, answering telephone enquiries
on the progress of the elections, and
discussing among themselves the
���iiuse  and  more  particularly   the  ef-
to the increase of population   wiui  �� *****"��� ,
���       ot new settlements, it was hard to get   he   ne^
Ids, with the purpose of allow ng
uilways to obtain incorporation With-
mt special legislation, will be put heme the house this session.
A bill for llie regulation of trust
lompanles will also be submitted.
The inspection of logging and mille. oie.ii ..Hon camps will be cov-
V-'t in another bill to he submittel.
Owing to the Increase of_i��pnliitlon
Lnd   npr ...;^^^^^^_^^^_
tttll be n��M-e.sar.v to mage a grant fir
ie kmutrtiotlon and maintenance of
���,n'i-   works,
eral teports will he laid before
fc.be house, including the university
>lle commission, the forestry commission, iind the commission on Insurance.
A revision of the statutes has been
���prepared,    and    the    commission     In
charge of the work will lay their re
|]a,rt before the house.
A reserve of 231,000 acres of crown
lands on the Island has been set aside
Duti public park, which will be railed
���JlAthcona  park.    The hind  compris-
1 Parliament   Square,   Victoria,  has
r~ been acquired, and nn appropriation for the enlargement of the government buildings will he asked for.
Accounts for last year find estlmat
i b'>��>  .-  The company was unfortunate In having the
power go off, and the snow come on
at one and the same time, and so the
service was considerably deranged.
Yesterday the high tension wire was
working through to Chilliwack, and
the cars were sent through from here
without difficulty.
torn, the other two are at the bottom
Mis. Wilson only escaped election by
a few votes.
Official Returns Late.
lt  was not until 11:30 o'clock that
Returning Offlcer Clute announced in
the empty council chamber the names
of the elected candidates.    It was so
Into that the figures were very hastily |     *���<*���-*��� ,	
added up und even vet there mav be the manner in which Mr. Trapp took
one or two Inexactitudes. However.',llls defeat, and his words were cheer
In the case of the mayor, they are cor-  Pfl ,0 the echo-
fed.
Committee  Rooms  Busy
Have Sternwheeler for Towing   Purposes.
The Westminster Marine railway
has decided to build a sternwheeler
for towing and general freight purposes on the  North  Arm, and plans
Committee  Rooms  Busy. , ;,������,  ....   ...
During tbe day the committee rooms | have been completed to this end.
  ���''"  "��'��r for lumber has been placet
VUliUUVMVV.     m       -
to be finished In time to be used early
ipw   vessel   will   be   100  feet
i/uii.ip, i .  ins | nave us��u v......,...	
of the candidates for mayor were the  order for lumber has been placed witl>
busiest   places    lu   the    city.      . lr. | the Royal City mills, and as soon aa
Trapp's  committee  rooms  seemed  to j this Is received, construction will be
-. . be much busier than that of the oth-1 commenced on the steamer, which Is
Supporters  Cheered. jer candidate. ! '- ���** ^���       ��� ���'-
Those present could not but admire'     ln   ,lie   f01'mei'   rooms   iubu     .<��.., ,
        .���1.1 ticking off names on the voters' lists,:     The   ntv,   ,���.__.	
and the phone was busy nil the time.   | long, and of proportionate beam.   She
Everybody  was there  for  business ��will  be  fitted  with  powerful engine**
and the"e was no time being wasted i and Scotch marine boilerB. and will be
hy any of those present. |a decidedly Important addition, to Uh?
����. .7 .V.��,!.ll\".l,'": '"""'"���  "������-- -:-j    ln Mavor Lee's rooms, on the con-   tleet of small craft plying on the river
congratulated bis opponent and made' th lwilf      fl men, I and making their headquarters in the
,��� lllc V..���^        etl ,0 "le echo.    ^	
red, and there will not be more than I     Mr, Trapp then proceeded to May
one  or  two  changes   in  any  of  tho'or Lee's committee rooms, where he
other columns. congratulated his opponent and made,^.^.   t|lel-e Were nan  ** *.*   .
The number of spoiled ballots was  a speech to the same effect, and as-  \>ut " tliey   hugged  tlie  stove  and  did | city.
not officially given out, but there will I surlng his worship that he had had  not seom to bt, a)lle to ,hld anything      Captain    Roman,    who    will   take
  not be very many.     On    the   school 1 no hard feelings in the    matter.     lt  t() (]o (0 0ooUpy ti,etr time.   One man ! charge of the vessel when completed.
without difficulty trustee ballots, there were the gre.r  i was the fortune of war, and he was  wafl  vclienieiitlv  protesting   that   he  has arrived from the north, where be
In some soots"of the line there were  est nlim,,cr ot mistakes, and the mini j prepared, as ever, to abide by the de-1 would  not   vote' for Lee on anv con-! has been In command of a vessel ol'
snow drifts about ten feet high   and ber     , BP��,led ballots tor this branch  clslon of the electorate,     Here   alsol si(leratlo|1       ,Ua   pro. ence  dil   not  the same build    on    the    Thompson
with  -i  limited   amount   or  power  it   of the election will probably reach .5  Mr. Trapp was received with    much  ,eem  t0 ,,e  pleasing to the mayor's  river.   Captain Roman ts something of
- *..- ....��� ���i������,.    in .,���  or 80,   There were only three or four, enthusiasm, indicating the esteem ln Lmmorters. 'an old timer In this country, havlnp.
for mayor, and half a dozen or so for I which he Is held even in the camp of Cutters  Used.  ���*"'" "* "-���<-
nam  \w _����. ...^	
effort lo clear the line with a small
steam engine and a snow plow, the
two went off the track at Vedder
mountain, but were soon put on again.
German Voters Punished.
Berlin. .Ian. 12.���Twenty-nine persons who took part In the strike riots
In the Moabite district here In September were sentenced to terms of imprisonment yeslerday ranging from
one month to three and a half years,
Three others were lined and three
were acquitted.
Chinese Patriot on Stand.
Oakland, Cul.. Jan. 12.���George
Fong, who styled himself a Chinese
pat lint, was placed on trial In the supreme court, today, on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon on Prince
aldermen. ^^B^Br     the enemy.
Voted for Too Many. Weather Kept Many Away.
The common mistake on the school That the Inclement weather had a
trustee ballots was to vote for too considerable effect on the voting is
many of the candidates. Alter voting Bhown bv tlle ,ow tolai vote recorded,
for seven aldermen, the electors got i aml ��� is folt ln manv ���uarters that
the habit and voted for six or seven lmd the ,uU 8trenKth of the electorate
school trustees. been ln evidence,    the    result would
It  was strange the different combl-   prot)ably   have  heen  different,  or  at
nations of names the electors would   iea8ti tllc ,,|g mn]0rttv that was regis-
i place on thdr ballots.    There would (,ere(1 aj,ain8t Mr. Trapp would have
an om  ti"��^��   ������ -        _ *      *   - m-.
Cutter. Used. I been for many years captain of ��rt-
A unique feature of the day wa. the| ����;*- j^j^'Sw I.
been considerably reduced
Owing to the short time in which
he hud to work, and possibly owing
lo the superior electioneering ability
of hls opponent, a very large number
P^_^-^^^^^^^  [of people were not perhaps fully alive
cross only opposite those names. to the issues at stake, and also there
It is  evident from  the great drop I Is little doubt that Mayor Lee's tactics
-'"" ���"���Intalnlnz that Mr. Trapp was a
be several for one man and then several for the whole flve.
Three Favorites.
Peck, Reid and Thornbur seemed to
be a favorite combination, and there
were dozens of ballots cast  with the
tnment buildings will he ask ed for pron* ��� -;��� -��"; ; a*pon 0��� PrI���ce It is evident from the great ar��p �� ���,Bta,n|��� that Mr. Trapp was a
'CSl'tS S^ffS Si��i *��� '""A Mole in gb^lM �� *^JJ-f u$ ^ r, con for the B. C. E R and
Ml up before the house for approval. I August last >car.
/\ it,,,,,..   the j ous vessels v* ,...   ....
use of sleighs to bring reluctant vot-|R. fleets, and is a familiar figure in
|ers out. Of course all previous elec-'Westminster, where he has many
itions ln the city have heen held  in', friends.
the month  of December, and  so the 	
weather   was   never   so   cold   before. | SON   OF   BANDIT   IS
Yesterday   the  merry   ring  of  sleigh | GRANTED   A   DIVORCE
hells wns heard all over the city.  Au-j     Kansas  City,   Mo.,  Jan.   12.���Stella.
tomohiles and cabs were also pressed j F. James was granted a divorce frtnm
Into use, and every voter who did /not | Jesse E. James, son of Jesse James..
'.absolutely  refuse  to  be  dragged  out i the famous bandit, tn the circuit; emart.
had a chance of expressing his views. | here last night.   James made DO effort'
In the polling booth in St. George's, to contest the case.    Mrs. .Rimes m
hull everything was being conducted I given  custody  of  four  chfldreu  i.nti:
In the most orderly fashion.   Both the  $100 a month alimony,
candidates for mayor and some of the'     Mrs. James testified  that she stmt
aldermen spent most of the day there   her   husband   had    separate!   three
meeting the electors at the door aud j times   since   their   marriage   eleven
warmly  shaking    hands    with them,  years ago.    She said  the separation
friend and foe alike.    The bitterness  had lasted three months, and that It
i was Impossible for them to bo rocon-
(Contlnued on Page Five.) 'clled. -PAGE TWO
III
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY
1911
WANTED.
���WANTED���BY GOOD NEEDLEWOMAN, work by the day or week.
Apply Box E., SS., Daily News office.
WANTED���BEFORE OR ON THE
10th of February, 5 or 7-roomed
modern house. Careful tenants, no
children. Apply Box 9, Daily News
office.
WANTED���BY AN EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, work by the
day. Apply Miss McLean, 411
Tenth street.
WANTED���BY YOUNG
eral housework.   Apply
News office.
LADY, GEN-
box 4, Daily
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real  Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
66-FOOT lots in choice sub-division at
Port   Mann;   $450, easy terms.
TEN ACRES in southwest, one-quarter, section 36, Township 2, Surrey;
$200 per acre;  terms.
GOTHAM SUFFRAGETTES |
HOLD NOISY MEETING
Anti-Woman's  Rights Speaker   Is Vio
lently   Opposed   by   Leaders   of
the  Cause.
OWNERS,  we  can  sell   or  rent  your
properties   if   right.     Send   partlcu ;
lars; satisfaction to all guaranteed.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real    Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster^
WANTED���TO BUY AGREEMENTS
of sale; also property close in; only
owners need communicate with
P. O. Box ">, this otlice; all cash
transaction.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOI'SE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; first class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved. with buildings, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings stieet east.
WANTED ��� IMMEDIATELY, FURNISHED room, close to business
district. State price ;'iid particulars.    Box E. O. K., Daily News.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C, Coast Service
New York. Jan. 12.���Broadway witnessed a Buffragette meeting today
that equaled in fervor, if not in size,
the battles royal that have revolved
about tlie houses of parliament in
London.
Under the auspices of the League
for the Civic Education of Women,
Richard Barry, of Kau Claire, Wis.,
addressed a gathering in the Lyceum
theatre on "The Evils of Women's
Votes in Colorado."
! ming   medium."     Suddenly   realizing
i that he could do no better with his insignificant  scrip than secure the one
mile   bathing  beach  and   thirty   acres
adjoining, Eenkema hastened to Hum-
bolt,   the   nearest    land    office    and
placed  his  scrip.    When the government  at  (ittawa was expected to issue title to the land the deal was tied
up.    Remembering the swim he had.
Mr. Eenkema, "went en   route" with
;tbe   authorities,   showed   bis   receipts
' for the scrip and finally compromised
by   taking  only   half   n   mile  of    the
shore   line   and   thirty   acres.     A   sudden  boom in tbe summer resort  property took place, and now be is offered
i $30,000 for the property.
FUSS   AND   FEATHERS,   OH,   NO!
CANADIAN
���IFIC
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:30 p. m  Daily
SS.    Iroquois    Sunday   nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda/
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Ian. 7, 21., Feb. is
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11: no   p.   m	
Inauguration   of   Rhode   Island   Governor  Rivals "Effete Monarchies."
Providence,. R. I., Jan. 12.���The present    system   of   indirect   election   of
l'nited States senators was favored by
Governor  Aram  J.  Pol bier, a   French-
Tbe suffragettes were ou hand with j Canadian, in bis annual message, upon
placards  and   yellow   banners   before being inducted into office for a third
: Mr.   Barry  appeared. time  today.
Posters calling for votes for women;    with Governor Pothier there were
were  conspicuous  on  sign   boards  of | also
the theatre and it required a squad of rors
! Broadway policemen to pull tbem
! down and keep them down. Led hy
j an earnest young woman bearing a
! yellow sign, a long line of suffragettes
jand sympathizers paraded ihe street
! and barkened to addresses at [re-
j quent intervals.
Dodgers headed "The Truth About
I Barry" and "The Truth About Colo-
| rado" were handed around and the
streets were full of the yellow sheets.
I These led to a threat of arrest for
I the distributors and the clamor about
:the oflicers grew deafening, lu the
theatre itself the dodgers were scat-
' tered through every row of chairs.
Mr.  Barry's audience was about 200
j strong and half of these were women
leaders in the suffragette movement.
! Mrs. O. 11. P. Belmont, Miss Inez Mllholland, the Rev. Anna Shaw and Mrs.
Inaugurated the other state otii-
and the members of the general
assembly, which attracts much interest this year because of tbe task
which devolves upon it of electing a
l'nited states senator to succeed Nelson W.  Aldrich.
'l'he ceremonies incident lo tbe Inauguration bore all tiie picturesque-
ness of former years. Troopers witli
shouldered carbines patrolled tiie corridors of the state bouse. Following
the swearing in of each officer, a deputy sheriff with sash, cockaded silk
bat and mace, made official proclamation of the fact from lhe stall' house
balcony, lacing the city, and when
Governor  Pothier  had  been  s-.vnrn  in,
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
1
a  salute  of   17
announcement.
guns boomed out Hie
Jan. 10, 24;  Feb. 7, 21.
TO  HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP ! Herbert Carpenter occupied conspicu
 Every  Thursday   ous places.    Mrs.  Annie  Nathan  Mey
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���GOOD ORGAN IN GOOD
condition. For particulars apply to
HI7 Fifth avenue, city.
FOR    SALE    OR
roomed   house;
trally   located,
-avenue, city.
RENT ��� EIG11T-
fully modern; cen-
Adilress   917   Filth
S:30 a. m M
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND  CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster   8:00  a.   m.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOFLKT,
Agent, Westminster.
II. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
or preside 1 over the meeting and Mrs.
Richard Wai son Gilder and Mrs. Gilbert Jones aided her.
WATROUS    HOLDINGS
BRING   BIG   PROFITS
TO     PIONEER     ovVIMMER
BILLY   M'LEAN   HAS   AN
IMPORTANT   PROPOSAL
Ottawa, Jan. 12.���W. F. McLean
gave notice yesterday that be would
ask parliament to en,ime proposals
for legislation compelling lhe I'. 1'. R,
to re luce rales on main line traffic
in view of the 10 per cenl dividend de.
claration for public ownership, the
operation of government telephones,
the extension of the panel post sye
tem and tor a state owned Atlantic
cable and  government  Inspection  ol
Thursday Jan, 17
"They're Laughing Yet in Chicago"
Kelly   and   Fitzgerald
PRESENT
The Merriest of Musical Comedies
HONEYMOON TRI
    by _
adams, hough and howard
WITH
Louis Kelso���Fred Wyckoff
AND
50 Singers,  Comedians   and  Dancers 501
FOR SALE���NEW
roomed house on
632 Sixth street.
MODERN    SIX-
car  line.    Apply
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., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New West minster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
city. tf.
We Have It!
The famous Wellington
COAL
RING UP 56
Before your bin is Empty
Minneapolis,      Jan.      12. ���Ilavinj
staked   $250   worth    of   "Half-Breed I bankB. ^^^^^^^_
Land   Scrip"   on   thirty   acres   of  land	
in Saskatchewan, on tbe shore of Lit-   GRACE'S AEROPLANE
tie Manitou  Lake at  Watrous, merely]   �� IS   WASHED   ASHORE
because   he   liked  the  bathing   In  the
lake,  C.   B,   Eenkema,   540   Security      Brussels, Belgium, Jan.    12.���"The
block, after a three-year  battle with | Chronicle"  says:     "Tbe  wreckage of
Cecil    Grace's    aeroplane    lias    been
the Ciinadian government at Ottawa,
has learned that the land is worth
over $30,000. Eenkema an 1 a party of
friends explored the Saskatchewan
country four >ears ago and purchased
$250 worth of scrip that can apply upon any unoccupied land for home-
steading. The men took a swim in
Manitou lake and were surprised :ir
the excellence of tlie water as a "swim-
washed up en the beach al Maria
kerke, Belgium, llis cap and glasses
were picked up iu the North sea off
Mariakerke about a week ago. Mr.
Grace has not been seen er beard
from since December 22, when be was
lost while at tempt ing to cross the
English Channel from Calais to
Do< er,
Production, in detail, as presented for 225 consecutive performances at the La Salle theatre, Chicago,
The first "Chantecler"   dance ever staged.
That impressionable beauty chorus���None of them
twenty--None of them married
Ned Wayburn's Dancing Brownies
(Original Double Sextette of Dancing Broilers}
P.S.--The show that set all Vancouver laughing li
season.
Seats  on   sale   at   Mckenzie's
Prices  $1.00,   75c,  50c.
Watch for the "Little Bee"
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen: comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City,
.FOR SALE���ON EASY TKK.MS. SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Hox 279, City.
FOR SALE OR RFNT RV OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
���street. Apply on premises for par
���Ornlars er r, 12 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Srs. I
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  RENT���A   FLAT.     APPLY
H. Nelson, lilT Fifth avenue.
MRS.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, CO finer Agnes and Seventh streets.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WLST-
minster Board of Trade meets :n tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thur?day ot each month;
quarterly meeting on the inira
Thursday of February, May, AugU3t
and November, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
523  Hamilton St., Or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.. Etc.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
���Columbia atreet and Clarkson.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. .1.
Whiteside, H, L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
^^^|TO RENT.
TO RENT ��� NEW SEVEN-ROOM
house. Apply corner Seventh avenue
and Fourteenth street.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Np'wtour.dlatid, anu in London, Eng-
lit?d, New York, Ch'cago snd Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking businen3 transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
���correspondents in all parts of the
world.
���Savings Bank Department���Deposits
���received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowe4. at 3 per cent, per
annum   I present  rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Gardiner & Gardiner
IF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Rwom'T., 'Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
W)orje<6&1 Residence Phone 133
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
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.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk. Phone  388
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3% to 25 H. P.
Cycle.
to 25
2 and 4
,J
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
Burnaby Municipal
Elections,   1911
Mr. J. W. Weart
CANDIDATE FOR REEVE
was tendered and accepted the nomination for
Reeve by a properly constituted convention of
Burnaby electors.
MR. WEART is pledged to work for
Progressive   Development
of the Municipality
and his platform includes:
Abolition of the ward system.
Better adjustment of assessment,  having  re. ard  to  size,  locution and proximity of public facilities
���fi,
.   . '    I a     '****.-LUr   *
i
<
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Clock.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Deaa Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretary
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10; 30���From Vancouver and Agassiz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17;05��� From  Vancouver.     (No. 96),
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay
Montreal  (No   9(1).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver
21:40���To Vancouver.     (No.  1).
and
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Puss. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster.
of each property.
3. Alteration of assessment perlod.M	
4. Extension of the franchise to all parties paying taxes. |
5. Formation of a county council to take over all lntermtiniclpul roads.
t\. Hotter police protection'and the appointment of a stipendiary, or police magistrate.
7. Adequate   water  supply.
8. Reorganization of the Municipal hall, holding departmental beads strictly responsible for efficiency,
no meddling by Individual councilors with the civil service. I '   '
it.   Acquiring plots of land in various parts of the tnulclpallty for park   purposes  with   ;i   general   Bys-
stem of development
10. Encourage the School board  to purchase a number of school sites before land values Increase.
11. Generally to develop tbe municipality  on  business lines;   encouragement  of  settlers,  and  to  protect *--e public interest in granting priviledgos to corporations.   , ,,   >    .
Mr. Weart will address public meetings
at eight p.m. as follows:
Municipa   IHall,   Edmonds,   Jan. 5th, 1911. !   t   \tr"'-l"*V *^~*{\ "_ Tj'll. "T'j      ���
Burnaby Lake, Lake View school, Jan. 6th, 1911. ' -���'     '
Vancouver,   Pender   Hall,  Jan.  10th,  1911.
Central Park, Agricultural Hall, Jan.  12th,  1911. I -,
New Westminster, Cunningham Hall, Sixth street, Jan. 13th, 1911. tl     ]
Invitations  are extended  toother candidates for Reeve and Councillors.
VOTE    POR   WEART   AND
Efficient Development FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE TORN.
o Use Talking
THE MORNING PAPER
is the only effective medium
for advertising your goods to
get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. |The first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published |in the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper.' Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper][of New Westminster
. ��� > ���
* PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13
1911
The Daily News
Published by The Pally News Publishing Companv, Limited, at their offices,
corner   ol   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
MAGNIFICENT RESIDENCE      |���~~	
IS BEING BUILT IN CITY | JcWClfV
Home  of J.  B.  Wilson  on  Sixth  Ave-
Will   Be  Finest  in  Westminster;   Description  of  House.
nue
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
(British   Columbia   Building   News.)
There   is   al   present   in   course   of
construe! ion    in    New    Westminster
what  will undoubtedly be the finest
���
���
Chamfoerlin's
���
THE
JEWELER       ���
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector J
Idence yet erected In that city.    It    .������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������*
located on Sixth avenue and is be
mm
twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
WEATHER AND TRADE.
The severe weather we are just now
��perienclng is causing a good deal of
inconvenience in commercial concerns,
and robbing social affairs of much of
their pleasure. This is the third winter in succession in
tremes of cold have been experienced
in this part of the country
the last, hibernal season
���severe as thai which
just after New Year's
The fall of the thermometer has been
���steady and persistent since the
���fall on Monday night, and
morning had got  down
which   the  ex-
���ienc
though
was  not   so
came  upon  us
day   in
1909.
snow-
yesterday
is low as flve
is
ing built for J. II. Wilson.
The architecture is colonial, and
the characteristic features of this noble style are so arranged and treated
as to produce an exterior at once
beautiful and imposing. Conspicuous
among these is. of course, the verandah, which, resting on six pillars
twenty feet in height, has a depth of
sixteen feet and extends across the
entire front of tbo building. Then
there aie the balconies with their
thirty supporting pillars, all of which,
like those of the verandah, are of the
Ionic order. Their color Is white,
while   the    body   of   the    building    is
above zero in exposed posi
WESTMINSTER   OPERA
HECTOR   McCAIG,   MANAGER.
MOUSE
3,500   Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.   KLix
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
���rince ai.
Simpson,
etc
(degrees
tions.
Fortunately   we   have   only   experienced   the  mere   tail   of  the   terrible
blizzard  which   has   heen   raging  east
of the Rocky mountains since Monday.
For this we may feel thankful.    The
storm is said to have been the
.mown for some years past.   Traffic
t>oth 'hy road, rail and water has been
paralyzed by the fierce onslaught of
the  wintry  elements.    On   the  Canadian  Pacific  railway ea-u of  Field, a
Mg snowslide has occurred, carrying
telegraph poles and wires Into the Columbia river, and blocking a considerable section of the line with a great
bed of snow.   A number of passenger1
trains  are  reported  to  have  been  almost buried in thc snow, and severali
westbound trains are stalled between
���.his point   and  Calgary.    Though the]
officials are working hard to clear the
way, it may he some days before the
regular service is resumed.
Jr,  this locality  trains    and    boats
IjavE been  put  oat of commission by
the aeTerlty of the weather. No trains
were  aide   to   run   on   the   Chilliwack
cream. .
A magnificent hall will be Uie predominating   feature   of   the   Interior I
and in the securing of this tlie archl-:
tect, who, it may be said, is B. Stanley   Mltton,   of  Vancouver,  has   not;
hestitated in the use of space.   This
may  especially he  realized  frcm the
fact  that  it   extends  through  the entire   three   stories   of   the   structure
worst I Surmounting it is a dome of stained
i glass, thus crowning with the charm,
Iof light and color the dignity of grac' l
I and loftiness. Indeed one has only to
see the effect to  be convinced   that
not a foot of space has been wasted.
The walls of this hall are panelled
in  English  oak,  the  panels   running
tlie   full   beight.   The   frieze   is   very
interesting on account of its line plaster   mouldings,  depicting  the   various
industries of British Columbia, lt bas
a deptb of three and one half feet.
Besides this there are four spandrels
also   decorated   wiih   plaster    figure-
work, the latter being in  alto relief.
I The frieze and th.e spandrels are the
work   of  C.   Marega,  of   Vancouver.
Tuesday Jan. 17
THAT  BEAUTIFUL AND  REALISTIC COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE
The Climax
ONE  YEAR WEBER'S THEATRE,   NEW   YORK   CITY,
SIX  MONTHS GRAND OPERA  HOUSE, CHICAGO.
PRESS COMMENfe.
"Joseph  Weber  found  a gem "An unusual play 1   ���'.'.:
purest ray serene when he
discovered "Tlie Climax."���X.
Y Times.
"Such a dramatic atmosphere
is a positive relief."���N. V.
Telegraph.
Direct connection at Prince Rupert  for Stewart.    S. s. "
bert"  will leave Prince Ruperl January   20th fbr    Porl
Kincolith, .Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedwaj
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston
Niagara Falls, New Yoik. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington
For tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature, and all Informatl
apply to
HARRY O. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City I'ass. and Ticket Agnet. Commercial
B27 Granville St.
GENERAL   AGENCY
m
;net. Lommercial Agenl
Vancouver, B.C.   Phone 7100; Phi ne 3060
TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
The Roberts
Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
TlnMi there Is lhe staircase. In till1
are working hard to clear the j tne full he|ght 0l- l)ie Btory   It will
contain a built-in  sideboard, pessess
lng    the    customary     appurtenances.
Richness  will   be   the   distinguishing
quality of this room.
'-    "'���'   '     '  "���������"���"���'���   '    "   ' In  the  living  room   the  art  of   Mr.
Marega again attracts the eye, in the
plaster, figures  of  ihe  ceiling.  These
r
The Elections, the Cold
Weather and the
Mr. Contractor: When you arc
building a house, let us figure on the
wiring and fittings, our motto I
good work and when you want ir
Also let us tell >ou how to Bave 70
per cent, of your light bills. We i an
do it. Repair and trouble work given
prompt  attention.
rw*r*t*
COOK
tine of the B. C. Electric railway on
Wednesday, owing to the breaking
(town of wires and other like mishaps,
whilst the various boat services on
the Fraser river have had to be suspended. The weather prophets foretell the continuance of the present severe conditions, an announcement
which will please
���others.
To some a burst of real old wintry
weather such as we are now experiencing, provides means to great enjoyment.   The youngsters find a fund of
idelight  in  coasting and tobogantiir.g.
and XtitAr elders discover much that li
liealth  and  pleasure  giving  in  ��Jilm-
aning over the ice upon skates.    A<V
' fii'e physical movement is, of course,
in   which  members  of
ice,  not  being provided
rotectlve coat of fur,
cemfort  of  warmth.
wj o are physically tit and]
have; tire opportunity to take outdoar j
extras,  -the cold weather is no seri- j
��us trial, hut to such as are by eir-1
camstances compelled to remain inaoi
��ve, .either  within  doors or  without, I
the low register causes much discom-
tvitj.
*-en
(.ily va.
Lumen r;
a natural
induce  the
To IfcflBB
tort OTrtwuns suffering.
will he finished in old ivory. Tlie creation of this important feature oak is
again employed. The whole in massive and decorated with carviiiL-'.
The dining  room  will  be Tudor in
tendency.    Here   the   wall   paneling
nre being done in mahogany, as are
also those of the celling.   It will be
fitted  with an  Englisfi   copper grate
and above tlrs will be placed a cop-
ome and disappoint {per-framed panel of marquetry.   The
! fliej la< e of tiiis room must also be
[mentioned,  being somewhat  original;
��� The arch over the firo I.  to be finish-.
��� ed with roofing tiles,' while above thla I
* will he set a mosaic panel depleting I
I landscape scenery. The whole was* <>b- j
I tamed in Kngland.    The walls of t'^
room  contain  natural   leather  panels '
[having old ivory stencil decorations;
the woodwork is finished in birch.
I     It   is  in  the  library,  however, that
i4n* fireplaces of this house will reach
, .heir actne,   When cogiWetetf the fireplace ia Mis room v.ni have on either
I side of ff 3 tile pier teaching upwards
'to the mafl(��.    A solid beam ceiling
is  employed   In   this   room  and   the
general  tone  is  that  of the  mission
style.
The parlor or drawing room is to
be of the famous Louie-XIV. design;
white 3atfn enamel will be employed
for tbe woodwork and the walls are
to be covered with French satin drapery. The fireplace will be.in kee.-
te_ wlfli the character of tlie rest of
Things
The
_ . 1TL 1   1
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 "\ oronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bani
ing organization.
Interestiis   paid  on   Savings'
Balances half-yearly,
''"'siness. Accounts    opened
on favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
at C. B. Deans' Grocery Store
are the three subjects of conversation
this week.
�����'�����;< f-vKil.-S-.l.-.-Jt;'.
I
I
Australian Golfers May Come.
Montreal,  Jan.   12.���It 'is   now   felt
that the arrangements for the visit of
tbe Australian golfers have advanced
sufflctantly to warrant Uie belief that
matches between them and Canadlan
iind   l'nited  States experts  will  form
one of the features of the ne\t year'B
schedule.    A number of the sectional
associations of the l'nited  States*, in
addition   to   the   national   bodv,   liave
promised  the  visitors a  heart'v  welcome,   it is expected that the Australians will come direct to this country
on their way to the l'nited Stales  tu
���*ty conclusion of he amateur cham
[flonahlp tournament of Great Britain.
LOOSE   .SYSIEM    IN
'INSANE
tbe room, and bas heen bro tight from
th(* old country. All electrical fittings,
etc.,^wWl hs finished In French gilt.' I
Off the flrst floor are four spacious
I bedrooms, two of which  will contain
fireplaces,  and   have adjoining dress-
| ing P(Wms:    The  latter  are  to have
/'standard id*al" baths, built in dress-
j ers   complete   with   drawers,   Imagers
and so oni   These rooms will also contain the usual toilet, accessories.
A billiard room, thirty-eight ileet
long by nimflfmn feet wide, will occupy ;i large portion of the seccmd
floor. It _��� to have twi single nooks
with open fire places and domed ceilings, fanelk, six loot We h will surround ft, every otber one of which
will have dworations in wood inlay.
The genera J! treatment might be termed of the fnr<r mission style.
Returning to- the lovwr /loor, the
kitchen, i
Just Look Over Tte List Please:
Finest Creamery Butter, 3 pounds $1.00
0':'f Special Tea, 35c. per pound, 3 pounds  1.00
(TV'a sample pound, you will be delighted)
Purity 51our, 49 pound sacks, per $1.80
Rolled Oats, 20 pDiind sacks per 80c.
Peaches, the quality is the best, can, 15c.
Quaker Brand Corn and Peas, 2 can?, 25c.
Navel Oranges, per dox 25c. 35c. 50c.
Jap Oranges, fine quality, per box 50c.
Fresh Pineapples, Nuts,- Dates, Figs, Etc.
WE DELIVER TO ANY PART   Cf tHE  CITY.
Front   St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
HOS.
��ITAL
���ite
Westminster   P.V
L'L':!   Townsend   ��'<
and     non-conta$i*<'\1��
caws    accepted.      V'*-'"��>
$ir�� weekly,
lars   apply
phone  7f>5.
For furtlw**
to    Hospital   I,
Hospital.
Maternity
medical
from
���tlcu-
de-
NEW    WESTMINSTE. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B   C.
Westminster
Transfer Col
C. B. DEANS
Burr Block, 415 Columbia St. Phone 3S6
'fflee
���\
Pkooi'
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING    !
THE
Room
Phone
See
SUNSET     BLUE
14,   Westminster
711.
Thou,   iii.      3arL
Columbia  Btreet
*-H*    delivered    promptly   t
����.." B*rt of tli ell j
Ug.toandheuyyHauy
Me*
PRINT   CO |
Trust   Block.
Box 160.
t ��-"PlCK���TRAM  DfeP<
���bb "SB���  ! S
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist ln Steel. Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.    Telephone 800.
Room   13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ENGLISH
Gold Watc.es for U**** ffom ,1Z'!|
o[ieff
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Watches,   gents'
Watches,  gents' op^i
(or    Waltbam   and
���tf
CSiM
H.10
Evening  Dress Suits,  Blouses,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
etc,
pantry and lar d_tr have En.5-
HOSPITALS; lish  metal   tJe  floors,  and' save  on*
���-..,.       *      "   other instance,  is the only; residence
AJi...il.y. \ v., Jan. 12.���The Audit; known in then province to contain thla
company, of Xew York, to which ha* j excellent feature. The- woodwork of
Inten intrusted the task of examining] these rooms fir finished' in white en��-
the .^jstem of accounts in the several ��� mei. The porch and chrak i*ooms will
hospitals for the insane in the state,! Save tile floors, with oak' panellist)
���with  the  view  of unearthing alle_��i j dadoes. .
fraud in tlie use of a poor quality ofi     In  the  haaement' is a.   Ivmdry (fe-
��pgs and meat thefts, has just trans- ] part ment,  CSiinaman'st quarters;  frwit
-mitted  its  preliminary  report to tfoej rooms, and hot water heating and ?as j
LtDfacy   commission   which   in   turn plants.
reported to the legislature today-. I The garden was ��rso designed by i
The report of the Audit company ��� Mr. Mitton. It wllf be of the Italian i
ishows that inventories of supplies I style, haviftg stone terraces and steps,,
taken and compared where possible'sun-dial vt the sime material, the:
���with  the  merchandise  records,  show   size  of the latter  being eleven   feet!
square. The carving of this is being
executed! by Mr. Marega. A Illy pond
will   be constructed  In   front   of the
Sarge differences, due in most cases,
to tbe lack of care in keeping such
records. In most cases comparisons
���could not he made due to postings
made to date. At several of the hos-
yit.als supplies are used without property signed requisitions and without
a proper and careful method of rp.
ceiving. recording and delivering food
-firednets tn particular, the commis-
���sion cannot be assured of a proper
safeguard in this respect.
fountain and in front of this again, a
bowling green. The whole will he
separated from the street by a stone
wall with massive piers and surmounted hy a wrought iroatraiIfng.
All the work on this residence is
being done by day labor, srlth T. A
Allen as superintendent, aSd D. Ma
cully as foreman.
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 Bene to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL Sl ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue!
PHONE 370.
IP.
Silver
���6.00.
Silver
17.50 up.
Agent
Watchws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
TWO DUOTB from Geo. Adams' Orocerj
__________S_5______e___g___sss *
For all kinds of
JOB  PRINTING
PHone 6��*
or leave orders
sl
0
The
Arrow    W**
,V: m   n i���..    Pro.
I Vk''0"'
Mrs. **, M. Domlny,
aear The Daffy News Co., 6t>
Street.
I   ���**am*\*,*^U*_*_ 13     I
ftti ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
COAL
New]
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of 8lxth.
[All  Soda Wate
Tastes Alike,
You Say
n'eSf .��vdon: I take'It for granted
that 'y<#rJhave never tried Dh��
ACME BRAND
or you woiiil^dhange your rrilttti'. AflBO '
Is In a clas.ftty itself. Once fried- .
always used.
Our special,cHfesjpagne.is a wln��W-
Yon ought to try'.a case for Christ-
mns ! Price $1._5, rnise and botUestW
be returned.
Factory:   Simpson"!, treet.
Ofrice:   304 Columbia Street..    , _,
Tel. 689. New Westminster, B. Gf FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
WAS WELL KNOWN     | college boys to meet"
fiGURE IN RACING1    ��� ���G ���
Death of Lady Meux Robs
English Turf of One of Its
Fair Devotees.
The death of Lady Meux robs the
English turf of not only one of Its fair
devotees of the sport, but of a woman wiio has achieved success as a
breeder of several winners of notable
blue ribbon events. She died at her
residence, Theobalds Park, Hertfordshire. She was the widow of Sir
Henry Ilruce Meux���pronounced Mew
���the lasl holder ot a baronetcy cre-
,u.I in 1834.
lt was at the breeder of Volodyov-
s. i that Lady Meux became well
known. This colt was foaled in Theobalds  Park, and  was by  Kb���������'--������  "
Whitworth    Basketball    Quintette    to
Clash With Columbian  Repre-
presentatives Tonight.
In the Columbian College nymna-
slum tonight a basketball game of international interest will be pulled off.,
wlien a team from Whitworth college,
Tacoma, will play the local five. The
visitors are reputed to be Invincible,
but the locals have strong confidence
in their ability to make a win.
The following are the teams:
Whitworth, Columbian.
Lyons   Centre    Ferguson
Horry  ..  Forwards.PaStoe and Hrown
Hooke .".   McArthur
Hooke ....a.- Guards  Draney
Fitzsimmons    Priest
An interesting (Mltttfl Ot the game
is thai  Berry, of \''hlt��v,rih. was for
Corbett, guards
I..- in-ill- uuiiiimu, rnorles���Wintemute, centre
The death of Lord Beresford soon I and Munn, forward
after Voly's Ave victories practically
threw the coll Into the market. Lady
Meux was willing to lease the coll tor
his three-year-old engagements Al
thai time the late W. C. Whitney was
a Ivi and a great patron of the turf.
Like many nni ther man with good
wholesome red blood In bis veins, he
tvas anxious to win  the Derby.
^^^^^^^^  Here
-and  be grabbed  It.
$50,000   OFFERED
Big   Sum   Magnet   Which   May   Bring
Johnson and Kaufman Together.
Chicago, Jan.  12.���If   $60,000    wlll
bring      together    Champion    Heavy-
weighl .lark Johnson and Al  Kaufman
bis chance���ana nc graoDea it.i -----
He made Lady Meux a most liberal of California, the match is as good as
ofTer for the winning qualities of tbe m;l,le- Harr>' Frazee, the New York
coll for bis three-year-old career and and Chicago theatrical man, yesterday
-t.   ine(j j,jm made  an   offer    ol     this    amount   of
VolodvovBki was the winter favorite   mi,'"'-v- ����<>  stipulated that   the  light
^^H    .   ��� ���. . I should  take  tdace  In  London   during
Incidentally    Mr.
the Derby, and started pasl favor-
,i<
Wl�� 'Si ^^knl^^s- coronation
ice
v.i ek.
in      ,,,. I. .,.
ti : Refflf, up and with John Huggins
!' ������ i exan, bs the trainer, and carrying Mr. Whitney's racing colors; light
bl ie with brown cap, the combination was quite a Yankee confederation, despite the facl that Volodyov-
���; i �� is an English bred ct It.
"Voly" made good for all I he m in "���
Mr.  Whitney  bad  spenl   on  him   by
easily winning the Derby.    Mr. Whlt-
v.as SO delighted over the victory
he  Bpent   tlie  winnings   of  the
. .  stake. $5000, by hospitably en-
r'alning   all    his   friends   and   sentences in  England and America,
wn t i the stal le swipe, to lavish
dinners   washed    down    with   cham-
bis broad charity h. did
1 i; I . '11.1. Kill ...:un. .... .... ii.M...
Frazee expressed the belief thai  his
bid would he accepted.
The promoter sees great possibilities in tbis battle, if held In London
during coronation week. Ii Is bis plan
to hold ii at the new stadium and the
men will fight twenty rounds if the
fight goes that limit. As for the purse,
Mr. Frazee will let tbe fighters decide the way tbey are to split il up.
All he wants to <lo Is to put up the
monej and pull ofl the battle. Therefore i' is up to Johnson and Kaufman
to reach some agreement as to the
B| lit   and  then   tight   for  it.
BOXING  BOUT  AT  NANAIMO
^Gr-mmmct flow!
. _ - ...*���**** ��
We want everyone to know
Tfat we af? paying?
<^4% Interest^
perannum credited mlttf
on savings iteposita^l-
& upward) subject Withdrawal by cheque & -
,^ 5�� Interest^
on time deposits of-
Sjrwontk & over. -
We hwesl money forcWta
ia first mortgages S fo a
general financial business.
We want\&ur saving accnt
& ifyou are not saving *
eyinCinaTicallv, **���-*���-���*���
GommCTce Wow WiTKDS.
Deposits \iy matt TTT>
.-*���*���*��� easily Handled ���
"l^ucanseud byt)raffr
Post Office ��� Stress
Order or Rc&stfreo * +*
Iaetter\& witlidvawats
can, be ma9e+^-^*~^ -*
- - any way you WTsh.
Wave Responsible*
ReferTo^- -> -y
Duiid, Bradstrctts,
or to anyone ta �����*
VMG0UV6R-
Write us about Wbsf
Do it now!!!!!
iWraitii.lim!
321 Gamble Street
Vai>coviver B.C.^j
)
ll
HOT CAKES
for breakfast
Olympic self-
rising pancake
flour, with the
genuine, eastern
maple syrup is
just what you
want.
Pancake Flour
25c. per pkg.
Maple Syrup
tins from 25c. to
$1.75
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
koyal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
LOOK MERE!
Five Roomed House
on Eighth avenue, near Twelftn street car line.
Price, $1680.
Lot 66x132 feet, with lane and stable in rear.
Terms, $560 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
620 COLUMBIA ST.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
' ^SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW  WESTMINSTER.
59--PHONES--691
We are reducing our stock of
C A. Welsh 1 Heating Stoves
See our line and get prices before
buying.
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 atuf 44S
Sapperton      Phone 373
]>as;ne.    In lii< broad charltv  !>.(,> vn*.
1   ���     .il  to remember t'..e 111 ami af-   Manson and  Brennan Will   Battle for
dieted, and  sent many  thousands of. Total  Gite and  Sidebet. i
lars to tbe hospitals tQ help out the     Xaiuimn,   .'un.    12.���Fistic   enthu-l
need   sick.   "Voly" jusi failed to win  lasts aro looking for a keen contest
the S1   l.vL'vr. Doitelej iit-:iiiim blm a in  the  Manson-Brepnan boxing bout
���   "' I whi li is io bo held in 1 tie arena of the
Athletic club on Monday evening next,
Ti J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
LALONDE    SOLD.
First Instance of a Club Purchasing a
Real  Live  Hockeylst.
OlCaWa, Jan. 18.���In the sale of
N<\vsy Lalonde, the Cornwall athlete,
who ts now captain of the Canadian
Hock%y team, the Renfrew I lot-key
���club put through probably the first
'iile of a Canadian hockey star that
has ever heen consummated.
J-,aut season Lalonde was a member of thfl (^iniadian team, which
thou, h   operated   In   Montreal   at   the
Jubilee rink, was in reality the prop-  w___   w 	
erty of tl.e Renfrew cluh   the Cream-  _.,,���      ,o bac^te ,_���____,
-������     """lnB   UD   *~*  ** ""known in town, but he
I uoth principals are now rounding on
1 In their training for the match. There
are manv who think that in agreeing
to make 160 pounds riagride Brenntuo
has undertaken a big handicap. Still,
oven it' he cannot make the wemlit,
-,lu. contest will go on, antl seeing
that Uie men aie boxing fer the entire
gate receipts and a side IW, H may
be to hls advantage to forfeit the
wet. tit jnonev to Increase 111* chaoCfS
of lifting' the whole receipts and rbe
���ide bet Manson i8 not wowying
whichever my it goes. He Is willing
to take a crnei* at Brennan no mat er
what   weight  he  makes,  and   ��  still
  willing to hack hla chances.    Brennan
���' t!�� magnates putUng up the u unk���own ln town, but he Is ossein,
ery rown WJ��J ,'he French-Can- lv a Ukely ldbk&��g man and lit* has
TnC> ���ven     Lalonde's move to tho  muny local supporter*
afle,r \_\ ofyunusal SStoo* it being Montreai( Jan. 12.-U fa w����u��g
a player of unusai I Cana. re      B ^^ possihidt>.
merely a maiter or gomg ^^ e                      fteid mlitm i��� Nation-
dians  to  Kcnfre*. d o                     niloi gam��    'Ihe |*o-
BYRNE
for Reeve
Barnaby Momcipal Ehctions, 19H
1   leainn   ���*..-r.   or ;l return *���*' ��� -m���  .
,     , v     Messrs      Harnett     and    ,  Lacrosse  Union gamfi*     rbe l*t^
owned     by     Messrs. | posal will not be emhoriiwi ta the n^s
O'Brien. vtortal   the   Ren-  Li--   hut  will  he brought! UP :tl  '����
3aUlsrcdoaui���   weTdnwn   to   Montreal  ^^eedng In ft^jg *_
���"    ���1 flS touches to the deal,  ruIe8 wll) come up for dtaw-lon a��l
mJ ,    nadian management  mailing a amendment.	
"5 U   for WOO to Renfrew for the re-
And Aldermen te tooncH!
(Continued from Bft��e Om I
lease
hero
of
the    Malsonneuve   lacrosse
���1 h!lve greatly nued to
T^r^d Taylor this winter.
have secured Kr.-u  i��.j....
and would probahiv paid Juat as high
for  the  Listowel   cyclone  as   Cana-
��������    Renfrew, how-
hav
an
luans'did'for \^J^'   'Taylor under
ed t0 S that ended  the
ever, refuse
my   conditions
matter.
rt the campaign seemed, to Jhwe been
! I    t  tiie   lasi    ��omealw   ann
Bhall, who was th��/?ha tournament, paratihernaUa o .",c *--,,���,,��� over Ute
��me, the las. one f -e W* ^l ,���,�� and ^^* ^ they
attracted a large nowa, Ue.uts ()t the poums |ltten,ton to
Howm��vrtr��.tM.m����'����J
the length of
 men and wo
���,i   hv  children   ccn-  time ""���\s"'"-.,.���  m\e    hooths    in
t   %��& must  be  men spedt h    - Wff ballots tbjrt
1 UK    ***>        I  .      ,,.,,u|f,0
po,
with
,ial��ntt ��on *J_f"__JlM "���".'<", "T',VX"
-������*   leaving    duck inolsn ln tiie piaco.       _,	
185, wnue he ran out
"^TRUCTION
IS
'OBOE,
TorontoX
Officer llas^
school   hooks,
tnieflng int****).
destroyed.    Hlth
heen to disinfect .
order   win  mean \
iibout r,00 hooks yea
ur     ������-��� ��� polling   i iei "i   " ' .,
Tan-^:Medical   JleaHU   O���^��� gJ^L '*M
���T*"gs has ordered that all      H coul.l JM    ,{
used by children   opn   u> (hc mile   t).
..books,   tub wj .**""  -.-"���,  .,.���.iee    ������'*'���*���    aldeimanle.|
V destruction   0 .| gygg* gj^ .fronted with
the books.
ie
iy
��� Strike of Stev
Melbourne, Jan. 12.���',
(lie Victorian stevedores k
ployees   Is   likely   to   cans
���bnt will paralyze the entiri
trade of Melbourne.   State ar
haR heen asked for, but the dlh.
an interstate one   -and   consent
nothing can be done iu .this way.
dores.               imarked  in n        ' mlm,8 on |
he dispute or  OJi;;,^ Muest!on.     The
ml their em-  the   mo��  W d to be a
B  strike school trustee uc ald.
shipping  P'1Mle ' a"dcUet   "some   of  the   voters'
Miration  ermanic  tic et,   so m)nutc9 ^
ws&r-Ssuume9 uefore t,,ey|
marked a ballot.
Peter Byrne whose large experience in
Burnaby municipal affiairs has won him the
confidence of the ratepayers, has consented
toftocept again nomination for the reeveship.
He stands on his record for far-seeing
and progressive administration, together
with recognized efficiency and honesty, and
a practical knowledge of detail in every
���department.
His policy is a continuation of that already adopted by him for the further development of transportation facilities, roads,
water supply, and all things necessary to
induce rapid settlement of the district,
including the improvement by the government of the Fraser river for shipping.
In order to manage in a satisfactory
way questions of expenditure and control,
he is in favor of a two-year term for councillors, one half to seek re-election each year
on lines similar to the school board method.
His motto is *'Efficiency
with Economy"
Vote for Byrne and continued prosperity.
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The New Westminster City Specialists f    PAOE SIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY  13, 1911.
STORM DRIVEN
DOWN THE VOLGA
Remarkable Scene as Caravan of Barges and Tugs
Were Driven Seaward.
WAS PLOT TO PUT
HIM IN ASYLUM
Montreal Man Promises a
Sensation and Public Investigation.
Graphic descriptions liave been received in London on the scene at As>
trakan when a caravan of barges with
their tugs were storm-driven from the
river hanks and carried down the Volga towards the open sea.    The Volga
now is ice covered and in flood.   The
helpless     craft     were     dashed     one
against   ihe other, and  were stove in
by   driving  ice-floes.     Most   of   them
were soon mere wrecks, to which tlie
men   clung   until   overcome   by   the
cold.    The  thermometer  Btood   very-
little over zero  Fahrenheit.  Splendid ' ments.
work   was   accomplished    in    almost        Hut
names
Montreal, Jan. 12.���William J.
Burns, the most famous detective in
America-the  hero ot tin' "Molly  Ma
guire" exposures, of the San Francisco graft enquiry and of a hundred
othei- notorious Incidents of crime-
is in Montreal on a mission which.
he says, promises a climax as sensational as any case he has handled
He has been here for several days
already and will be heie for a week
longer, awaiting the an'lval oi Mr,
Donald Macniasltr, who is on his way
from England to take charge of an
Investigation, which, according to Mr.
Hums,   promises    startling    develop-
BumB has personally participated aud
for that purpose has made several
visits to Montreal recently, the present visit covering a period of several days.
A    Plot.
Mr.  Hums also said thnt as a re
suit of the efforts on the part of him J
self and his men they were prepared
to expose one of the most remarkable  plots   ever  attempted,  in  tin  Bp- i
parent effort   to  ruin   the   character
and reputation of one of the leading
citizens of Montreal.
"Had tho plot succeeded," said Mr.
Hums, 'it meant public disgrace for
Mr. Da\id Russell. Fortunately lor
him, however, he refused to nibble
the bail of the trap set tor him, In
what appeared to he the well known
"Badger Game." Mr. Russell was too
clever to lx> caught, and instead, turned the tables on the plotters by reporting the matter to the police authorities of Montreal, who detailed
two men andthey succeeded In locating the Buspected parties, who
tied the city after a stay of forty-
eight  hours in a leading hotel.
While Mr. Hums declined to go in
to details, enough was gleaned to
show that a full exposure of this matter will cause a tremendous sensation throughout the Dominion and the
United States
WIRELESS GROWTH
OUTLINED IN COURT
the  speed   should   not   he  less   than
twelve words a minute.
Counsel  next explained the growth
In distance attained.   In lK'.it; Mr. Mar-
but had stolen his ideas from Profa*
sor Lodge, who, great as he was] had
never, counsel declared, contributed
anything  to  telegraphy.      What   Mr
conl  took  out  the  very   llrst    patent   Marconi  had  done  was  to  bring   t...
ever granted for wireless telegraphy,   gether   two   things   which   Profe
Previously in liis home In Italy he had , Lodge said were wholly tacompatlbl
First Messages Were Sent
Across Very Small Space
���Gradually Increasing.
In introducing his case for Mr. Mar
conl against the Hritish Itadio Telegraph & Telephone Co., before Mr.
justice Parker, London, Eng��� counsel
for the prosecution gave brief outline
of the history of the Invention. He
said the plaintiff company was registered In 1887, Mr. Marconi heing chairman and managing director. Us object was to take over the work Mr.
Marconi's patents in this country, ln
HUH an agreement was made hetween
Mr, Marconi and the admiralty, under
which the latter took and had since
continued to take a license for the use
of the Marconi Invention,   in 1904 an
pitch darkness by two ice-breakers
and three other steamers. They succeeded in rescuing over two-thirds of
the ltttm workmen, whose lives depended on heroic promptitude. There  appears as the central
agreement was entered Into between
���>,��� |-, minence of the'.United states. Already a number of the plaintiffs and the postmaster-gen-
involved and the reputation of those who participated in the plot to j eral relating to facilities lor the col
the man who has worked up the case, have Mr. Russell confined to a sanl- lection, transmission and delivers
the Btory told by Mr. Burns to n re-'tarfum Have run to cover and con- wireless messages
porter, "would sound like fantasticI fesaed to Mr. Hums and have made I menl it was arranged that the pos:
"Nick' Carter."     Mr.    David    Russell   written  statements.
figure of :l re-      Mr.  Hums is now awaiting arrival
of
a later agree-
the
ofllce   should   acquire,   With     certain
exception, the various land stations in
got   messages   across   a    very    .mall
space.    In   lS'.tti,  In   England,  he  conducted a series of trials on Salisbury
Plain,  and   a  distance   of   one   und
three-Quarters miles were, attained, ln
IX',17,  at   the same  place,   he  covered
four miles, which ln the same year he   rogulaU
increased to eight  miles.    At  the end
of that year the lirst  Marconi station
in this country was erected, and messages were exchanged between it  and
the   residence   Of   Mr.   Marconi,    four-j
teen or fifteen miles away.   In the following vear there  was an Installation
between Osborne and the royal yacht, I
which enabled Queen Victoria to be in
constant communication with the late
King   Edward,   then   Prince  Of  Wales.
The system  bad  then  become B  practical    commercial    process, although
covering only short  distances. In  1899
the   distance   vvas   largely   increased,
and   the   Marconi   system   was   fitted
On   three   Hritish   battleships,   while   il
Dumber Of land  stations  were sent   to
South   Allien   and   used    during    thc
Boer war.    In tbe same vear tbe government    bad    the   Sandwich     Islands
connected up.    In  li  the Marconi
system   was   adopted    by    the    North   tint   seen
German  Lloyd  company, and  install-  a camall
There was not a scintilla of Intonm
tlon to be found anywhere win. ,.:.
ence to the Invention of Mr. Ma
prior to the date of hls patent, and
that   Invention   bad   been   broughl   i
such a pitch that Mr   Marconi could
his  wave lengths by  Inches
TAPESTRY   OPERA   CLOAK
for
is little doubt that the remaining 300
all perished, ln the desperate chance
of saving more lives the steamers
have meanwhile formed at the Volga
estuary, barring access to tlie barges.
which have partly survived their battering by ice. Hood and storm. According to tlie latest news, three of
the steamers have forced a passage to
the open sea. The whole Astrakan
coast and province have been devastated. The fishing industry is ruined
���depots, boats and nets are nearly-
all destroyed.
An extraordinary rescue was effected   near   Kamisik.     The   government
steamer Michael was proceeding slowly along the coast when the lookout
man saw on the shore what seemed
to be a hlock of ice from which several human heads were protruding. It
transpired   that   ten    Khirgizes   had
been  sleeping  in  a  mud  hut.  which
was  so  splashed   with   water duiing
the night that a thick coating of ice
prevented all egress.    The Khirgizes
tried to force their way through the
roof of the hut, and when the steamer [
arrived some of them had just made
apertures    large    enough   for    their
heads  to get  through.      The  rescue
party  used hot  water  and  steam   in
order  to  release  the  imprisoned   inmates.    The c/.ar has ordered that  a
sum  of $5000 shall  he  allotted from
the  Special  Emergency  Fund  for the
relief of the victims on the Caspian
sea.
inarkahle plot, in which are Involved'-of  Mr.   Donald   Macmaster,  who sail-! this   country   then   being  erected
half a score of well known husiness' ed yesterday on the Empress of Brl- the sending and receipt or these me
men whose conduct, according to Mr.| tain   and   Mr.   Abram   Hose,  of   Kel-| sages.    The position today  was
Hums  will  soon  he  the  subject of a' iogg   and    Hose,   attorneys    of    New , all   the   land   stations   in
public official enquiry. York. 1 Kingdom, except  one
Mr. Hums, who is the founder audi     Mr
liead  of  the  William   .1.   Burns   National   Detective   Agency,   who   repre
that
the   l'nited
in Galway and
Rose is said  to he one Of the \ one in Cornwall, belonged to the post-
most   successful  and  ablest  criminal   otlice.    In 1906 a somewhat similar ar-
lawvers in tlie l'nited States and on | rangeinent   was   made    between    the
A   New  Wrap  of  Silk   and    Fur   H
Made  Its  Appearance  In  Lond i
London,    Jan.    12.���Evenln
are many and various al  pret enl   -
this is  ibe  season  iu  London
chilly  theatres make the wi   rli
wraps   ti   necessity   during   a    | .
malice.     The   new   tapestry   olO i..
just made its appearance,
It is of tapestry Bilk edged wl
fur, in what is called the Burgoma
ter fashion, and  finished with a <
mall   or   cape,   which   scarcely   i
the shoulders and  falls at   the I
straight and far down.    The ed|
It curve outward  so that   the linlni
.hows  plainly, though  its color |
Visible  elsewhere  on  the  wrap,
A tapestry cloak ol  rich mulln
lit   the opera  this  wei I.   I
lined   with  brilliant   | i n
ed  on one of their  big  liners, and  In   blue,   of   which   enough   was   vl II
1901   Mr.   Marconi,   for  the  hist   time,   to   introduce   an   intensely   vivid   i
sents the American  Hankers' association, with offices in the principal cit
ies of the  United  States,   vvas
yesterday tit the offices of David Uus-
Bel! in the Windsor hotel.
Mr.    Russell's    Statement.
Mr. Hums had nothing to say regarding the purpose of his visit liet ���<��
until shown a repoit published In the
Halifax Chronicle, In which Mr. Russell vvas quoted as saying:
"William J.
their   arrival   the   evidence   gathered I plaintiffs and the hoard of trade and
Will  he  placed in  their  hands  and a I the corporation of Trinity House, un-
found  request  will he made for a royal in-  der which  wireless stations  were llt-
vestigation, which  will he in the
terest  of  public morality.
i n-
FIRE   FIGHTERS   HURT.
Twenty   Firemen   Injured   in   Costly
New   York   Blaze.
New   York,   Jan.   12.���Twenty   fire-
Hums, the famous Am-  men were injured, one perhaps fatal-
telegraphed from Poldhu, in Cornwall
to  Newfoundland,  a  distance of   L800
miles, in the beginning of the follow-
iny year he got his messages over
2000 miles, and In 1902 the system
was adpoted by the Canadian government. From that time onwards the
number of Marconi stations In the
world had grown with great rapidity.
In 1904 the Russian government ordered the Bystem, and used it In their
war with Japan, and ln 1905 the post
ted up on lightships on the Good wins' of flee, for tbe llrst time, accepted
tind other places Lor the protection of  telegrams    for    communication
into   the   Bombre   design,   mad.
dark  by  tbe deep brown ol  the
fur used as trimming.
A    CITY    OF    SIN.
erlcan detective has uneovere.1 three
dating plots directed against me, the
like of *hieh would scarcely he heard
of In Russia. Mr. Burns is in Montreal for the  purpose of  making sev-
ly, and damage aggregating $160,000
was caused hy a series of five Hies
early today. Firemen Leo. Hack-
barth  fell  four stories  down   an  air
our coasts.
Going hack to 1903, the increasing
use of wireless telegraphy led to an
International conference at Berlin, in
which England vvas represented, hut
no definite arrangement vvas made at
that time, because certain definite
propositions put forward by other
countries could not he assented to by
the British government owing to their
relations with the Marconi company.
In 1904, partly for the purpose of en-
ihling   agreements   to   be    made,   the
shaft   and   through  a  skylight     in   a
eral   arrests,   an   application   wil1   he   burning   Harlem   tenement.       Physi-
made to the Dominion government forfcians say he cannot recover.    He was I wireless  telegraph    act   vvas    passed
an investigation, as it is of the utmost j assisting  a  woman  tenant  to escape | which   prohibited
importance to ascertain who is supply
ing the money hy the barrel to carrion conspiracies of an appalling character and which will soon be uncovered."
Mr. Horns admitted that this agency
had been retained over two months
ago hy Mr. Russell, on the advice of
his New York lawyers. Kelloga an 1
Hose, of lir. Broadway, to make certain   Investigation},   in   (which    Mr.
tenant to escape! which prohibited the installation in
when he fell, hut she was not hurt,! the United Kingdom or on Hritish
nor were any of the occupants. j warships  without   the  license  of  the
Five firemen were seriously burned   post master-general.      The   four   main
when   a   liquor   and   drug
with
vessels at sea. At tlwu present date
every English battleship was fitted
with the Marconi system, every large
liner had its daily newspaper, and the
number of land and ship stations was
considerable. A short lime ago u
message was received from South
America at a point 6000 miles away.
Counsel proceeded to refer at great
length to the state of public knowledge at the date of the Marconi patents, tind to the discoveries upon
vihlch the defendants relied as anticipation ot Mr. Marconi's Invention, He
said thai during a lecture in 1894 Sir
Oliver Lodge had deflected a galvo
meter needle from a distance of a te*.
Montreal    Woman    Wants   Bad   Me- ,
Pictures    Published.
Montreal, dan. 12.���All men ��� a
in disorderly houses should be
ged"  and  their evil  countenaic I
gether   with    their   names   atnl   ol
marks    of    Identification,    publl.    .
prominently   In   all   the    city   pa]
This was one of the remedies ���>
cated by  Mrs. John l-'. Roberts, ������ re
of the secretary of the Dominion  \
I lance, here this afternoon, in an
dress   before   the   Women's   Cbrl
Temperance   I'nion.  in   which   Bhe  di
clare.l  that   Montreal  is a city  ol
Mrs.  Roberts hacked deep int.   (hi
moral  reputation  of  ihe  city, d(
ing   that   the  men   weie  allowed
conspiracy   of   silence    to    BSSi
with good  tind evil  women  alike
advocated  publicity  as  the  cure I
hypocrisy.     She   Upheld   Dr.   M ���
in sit;, ing thai  no penalty  is ti
vere for men who deceive their wl ���
yards,   hut    he   Claimed   ihat    till    Sir,
Importing   terms of the license were that the ap-   Oliver  had   done   vvas  to demonstrate
Ithe existence of ether waves.    Iii til-
Mr. Mar
paratus must be a specified character,
that   it  must  be  syntonized.
house in  Pine street caught   lire and
twelve   were   injured,   tive   seriously, j that   it  must  be syntonized, thai  the most every civilized country
in   a   blaze   which   destroyed   a   five-   apparatus on  British  vessels must be conl  had received the highest  honors,
story  building on   Duane street.  Two   constructed so as to be capable of us- but   there   was    a   small    section    ol
small blazes, one down town and one  ing   wave  lengths   of  linn  metres,  in scientific  men   in   this   country,   who,
in   Harlem,  caused  slight  injuries to  order not to Interfere with the longer from the very lirst, had said that  Mr.
two more firemen.                                  ) wave  lengths  of   warships,  and  that Marconi had never Invented anything,
Poisoned    by   Gas.
Philadelphia.      Jail.      11. ���Hen
Cramp,  a  member of  the  Bhlpb.
lng family of William Cramp & E
died ..t cas i ois ining last nlghl
was   found   in   the   bathroom    bj
wife,     ile   waa   flfty-flve   years   i
Members of  his family  say  liis di   '
was accidental.
Remember Our Sale
The best CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS we have-and we have the best-
' will go right into this saie; nothing will be reserved.
0
Secure What You Want Right Now, at a Great Saving
25 per cent. Discount off Everything
Note the items below and then you can form some idea of the size of our reductions :
Heavy    Underwear
Just the thing  for these  cold  days.
$fi.00 Suit for.  $4.50
$5.00 Suit for  13.75
$4.00 Suit for     $3.00
$2.50 Suit for        $1-90
WINTER COATS
Early   buyers will fare the best.
$20.00   Overcoat  $15.00
$25.00   Overcoat   $18.75
$15.00   Overcoat  $11.25
fis.no  Overcoat   $9-03
$10.00   Overcoat   $7.50
Sweater Coats
These will make a hit with you.
$5.00    Sweater Coat, for  $3.75
$4.00    Sweater Coat, for    $3.00
$3.00   Sweater Coat, for   $2.25
$2.50   Sweater Coats, for   $1-90
Friday
and Saturday
Specials
6 PAIRS HEAVY RIBBED SOCKS for $ 1.00
PLAIN GREYS AND HEATHER.    ALL WOOL
These Bargains AVill te Picked up at Once by Shrewd Buyers
mi
irwjr.njFtaCT-ST
REID   &   COMPANY
601  Colum bh Stiee'. The Store of Satisfaction FRIDAY, JANUARY  13, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICL.
���**lc*fj   Westminster  Lantl   District.  Dis-
trlct ot New Westminster,
Tul'f notice uui;  Edward Hawkins
ol  Vancouver   occupation bookkeepei
Intend*   to apply   foi   permission   to
purobasi     the    tollowluj     described
iandf
Commerolni   al   a  pom   planted on
i.;   beaoh  on  the cam   aide   ol   the
.-. i, mfiii ii -ni channel and joining T, L
DB6 oi. iin no th side ani marl
ei    i:<!wuni   iinvi.iiii     S.   W   cornei
hen ���<   i ���   01   Chalni    .   line cl   llmli
,   :,' . ::. thence N, (10 uhalne alon;
Une to bead., thenoe south und west
: i mi   beucti   i o i lace   oi   oommenoe
���. ���     ionti  alnj ':|  aci bi  in.i-i  ot
less
EDWARD HAWK!   -
JAMES  a UEWIS, Agenl
������ :���< mbei   28,  LfllO.
Railway tine  Tables f AMOUS "606" HAS      mm mm
ARRIVED IN TORONTO     ���M"���8TRIKE
STORM    IN   BRITAIN
Life     Saving    Crews     Afon|
for Emergency.
Londdu, Jan   12   -A  gale o
Inspecting   Engineer.
WlnnlpOg   '""   :"    Mr. E. V  Jolifl-
Coasts'son. Domlhlon Inspecting engineer ot
the departmenl  bl   rallwt dd  eii-
b   C   t. R. WnntmiiiBtnt  R'iincli.
Wrnik DilS  8i;lir(IUle.
Curs mavi   Vancouver toi   New  v, hw
minstei ai 5 bo, B-.50,7^o and 8roo p^o^ Are Experimenting
L.n.��� ami every hull bom thereafter _____
until U :SI   i.-ii.
fiuvB leave New Wrttmimtter tor Van
oouver at B:B0, 6:20, r, f��0. 7:lid anil
8:00 u.iii.. and every half houi libera
uftnr  until   11 :00 '.i.m.
With Wonderful Remedy
[Results Are Int .'resting
Railroad  Employee!   and  CommBrclal
House    Workers    Quit    Work���In-
ternatlonal Service   Maintained.
. iihK l.   Iii rli*- tvetil  Ihspec lni    h
-- htfrrl nnea oi the Canadian Paclfli   ral wa
cane  totfe, accompanied  d   Hlffereni i-Vmi  Herb Mr. [Fohnsoh  win  >������
point,   i,    \* qi wfall   brokt  over Vancouver.
"'   BrtflUh   l-i ><".:   ted**     Mitel G(lj(ty   0j   Manslaughter.
datnagi   woi  dOm   both Inland and ��� .������  fvgnctsco, .an.  11.   -'' I   B
ses     Huge Beai   art rdtftifni   <"    tit Llddy,  former engineer or a
cobbi  ahd  man    mlnoi   wrecks    bu ' h   "'���"��� found guilt;   ty}   h  jury
��� . ,   ABualtlef  '��������� ���   'epdrted "i''1"   '"   manslaughter  In   cou
Thf *)>a .   were Blled witli shlpplnj tiectldn  *ith  the   death   ot   Charles
whlol   had sought  Ba'fetlj    fron      li. Thurlln   whom he sl Bsl   Vugus   II
 'mi and excltl ��� en   ��� a quarrel on the 'waterfront.   A tnerct-
i ishon   ran majo :     ri    hi
n,']"    " weet   li   Por ugalstruck I Bt0WnB ��������� acting scenes were �����.,  - .,---
yesterda;     Thi   ���    s utnenl  hai   loni   aessed   ai   tnah;   o'l   ttfe  Smal   ��� [i      ""'"���'<' waf recommended
movement   and  dragged   theli     aticHors    and    wen "      ;
Shot  by   Holdup   Men.
Toronto, Jau   1!     ''80C'   It   li   town   been   warned  of  the  movement anui��"��BB����   ���������
Durlm thi  pasl Fev  dayi  the medl- tool   ac   ���<  tn< urei   -   mail all  thi   ''"'"'"   >"'l'"'<-    The Iffe-savlm  ������������
_ . .     ...,��� ���   u.i,i.   ,lU..iiui    ,1,..   wdr<   bus;    taking   imperilled   bbIIo
LAND   ACT   NOTICE.
DiB
New    Westminster  Lund   District
trist of New; Westminster,
Tal <   nol lei   l hi I     ei      Klllam,  ol
i i qcoui ei   i ���  (., occupation ban'
i v., intend)       applj    m   permli
:   to  purchase  the   tollowtnj    &e
*���. ������ bed  landt
immeni Ins   al   u   pos.:   planter!  on
:���   beach aboul   I1*  mile,   northeast
Sunoay Bohedulb, _____ 	
Oar.   leave Vancouver ror New v*.<*nt oal professloi   o   Toronto   wl uessed i   "���" vice
minster ai  8:00 and 9 01  a.m., saiQ demonstration al the General hospital cem
every   half    hour   therealtei    until which of worldwide slgnifloancl
n 80 p.m.
fiarn leave New Westminster Fot Vancouvei   ai   '   00 iv ii..   utirl  f ���������   ���   bl
houi thereafter until n p.m
ir......ni    with   partial    sue
wer<   bus;    taWihj    imp^rftled   sailors
from   thel     boa i       Beksldi     ti    ���
were Invaded b;  high wtfteffc tfnd ������
fered    considerable    drtmage.     Tele
FIRE   IN   SEATTLE   HOTEL
Eburne   Line.
!l ������'    lei ' '     ' I v     ��� ��� ei   miiif.tr!!    ht    7
n.m and evers boni until 11 p.m.
Our.   leave Vancouver a1  7 a.m   and
e''<>"'   hour tirit.il id p.m.
  theasi      'V     "        ������
_u<= ..-.��� ���_     --  qu  Sundays  oart   eav��   westminste!
from Ecmon. Point, Jervls.JUM, and      ,. ( , ,.     _, ; ,_
Ol Sundayi  oari leave VanoonveT ai
marked  '       I irthwi sl   Cor
������'������;.. .   : ���        ��� ��� :   ������
chains,   thenci    wesl
:   tc   plaoe nl  com-
��� : :    kiji.
���   ...
LLAM.
.1.        . ���       -     .
ier 1
Tin ��� ��� 'Iken  hi   ���   p 'omlsed tr, con-
*************************** tlnue     International     communication :""cu    ���"��������������������-    - ---     	
/ii-.  ai cn  rrom Qermn-n;    where i ,,,.  thli   It  b  hopefu    eatun   ������      ���   '''-"'     ""   '""''  ,'1'" ' down al man
It  bat  caused a sensation In medical otherwise dubloui   situs lon plucos inland.
<  ���!(���.,   thli   alread;   famout   'emeftj      Pollowlng  flit  example ol  the rail-
for syphilis���-one oi  the  mo^l  appal- ��va;   men   th< emTiloyeei ol the com
lint  dlseasei  that affeel  humanity, Is meroh     I sei   quit   work    on    the
i,, ...   on  trial  In  thli   c   ���       N.n   nn ground tlial the governmenl  had fail
hoirr wat  losl  In eommenolrtf  expert ed .-   Issut  a decree Bvlnj  tin   limit
mentt  to prove n*  value    9evera1 ol ������   -���   di   'i  wo I   ai  twi    <   hours and
bhe  hospital  patlenti   wer��   ai   once pre Idlnf ont daj rest In sever
subjected t<   the new  treatmeni   swd conse uence   ol    tWt    action,
.:   ph>*slclani ol ���  ������ are places In  the city art   closed,    The
keenlj  watc'hlni 'esutts '���   -   ; ������    maklnj   an   attempt   to
.   tht  pasl hai   een extend  the movement    to  tht    pri
Omaha, Neb.. Jain.   12    ^teuhei   '���"
!<-ii   n druggist  "i  flils clt:   Is lying
hi the poll   o  dei  I   ' 'dn  ��� he effects
of a pii-'toi Shot   tired  by one ol   tw6
jrifll   Who   Biltempted   tO   h.olrl   bitn   up
iii his Btore lasl  rrl^ht.   The ro"bT9*rs
have HOI   bc'Ti csr'lm'crl
iiIiikmiiiim r, iiirHiti'inntTf" "i
l.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Mun agur,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
. ��� ������,.���*
A. to    arrives Sei ,.  m.
��ves New  W*s1 minsti .   (>   rn .
tur*  .        ���     ���������-(���:.-.-i- hat beei   gran
.   .-     with thli  p 'ohli m M  '-������ d ng nn
effeel Ive (heel hi    ������������ aget o   thli
- i        '.,..' .i ...    ...    Id   be
��� , pea <ei ..   amy
ur    yeart "     ported
��� ���.   i l .  i ,*   *    ..... <-.*<���.      . ���-   ,r -.
Number of Guests  Lost Clothing  anH
V. Iuahl--��i
fl     SfHifif    :������.<             "   ���    balf-clad
A(. a infii ari'i women rushei   panli strlekei
,,,u,..   Into ibr streeil from the Clayton hotel
', r,  i Pnion st reel   lai I evei En)    *   en
fi iv  brokt  oni oto I hi    iecon<   Boo
tiie  ������������    o   th' hotel and bun	
managers ol   the  rallroffds ol   ���-������������''������  escaped injury, bm a num
'�� ���;-.   .-..-. .-    ���    a the da;     "        ""'          '
hm  the men dei la ������������      . ��� .-.,..������' ���     '���������������    '���������������    '	
. urn.- ent       Ni    ���       .'..-..,     .    overturned stove fn a   ������     ���-
��� ���   rorm ������'���-���  ���'"��� ���������  ���������
iiu  i mi   I   t the fire was th    ���     ��� ���
. -. -   unt i
heai ������ ������
.-....,...,
LAND  ACT NO1
'.:.-.   WM*minster Land District Dis-
ti rt of New/ Westminster.
���
.  ���
-
t plant.
the beach in
. -
I hence i
���
more____^^|^^Bt'e'. ch
an-i > i��� - g ���       ���        .   ,   m
Leavei     Nev
i   .   4(i p. m.
Leavet    v- * *���     ������������*���    nsti
Seatth        ���   ;.   ra.
Leaves t        e S.oS a,m.;  arri^ et
P- rn.
Leaves Sk    . ���.   12; 05 p. m
[i.   Til
.--...'. p. m.
��� . ��� .  p. m.
s Si       ���    ��� ,   ������
V ���   iVesl       - ��� ..am.
.-,    .  . i
r -
. irives
thi    spe Iflo   .rem   that    caused    the       Mad Id    Jai ���    st   [o
Slnei     hei     ai ��� ..������,.  ���   .     ..,
,.. ���.   ��� .��� thi  nm i ���.-���    oday tha 'oad ��� ��� Skt
a   ���     . .im   ind    i ���    ���   ���     . ..:���.-..,���.    ���..
���esultt     ��� trah     were
i   . ortn
i,;,:,   y  not  lev < '    GERMANS  ORGANISE
to he 1 EAR   EAST  TRADE
';: i    .: ���
I   e of   every eftorl       Ri ������,-,.
agreement  ������   ��� >  ���- ���
: > -  amazed   -  ���   ���-��� ��� ��� -        ... ���   ���    ���    ��� ���' '   " '    ���	
i t,..,-,,i r. at    ������"���" Its   ma >r*"' 1rt',rtTnm*���*������-**   slanains;    it
full  SCll
export trsde The new combination in-
LOCOMOTIVES    RUN    WILD
'������-   ��d on Rampage by Unknown Man
���Damage $200,000
...      .    . n   12.   ';       ;'.
-.���'-        New York-i
Snyder, ol   :' condtn to   ���
i ' c    :    :   r       ...        . ���        ���...,*     ftfifl
-JEJ���
..���'.���\- '   ���  ..**'���
���
r?M.
' lYourGoalBi
i .- .
,T,1   V,
'
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.
CLINT \N
J. A   LEWIS
������   '      ��� ml ��� :  .-   191
BURNABY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
1911.
G. N   R.���Port Oulchon.
leaves New Westminster <a. i j   c\
]i:t9**(*rfy<*'
������ .   on   S:S0   p m.;    an.- c>   ;,;
p m.
hon   J am
B arrives ��1  New
i      .- ���
.. r..
..vol.
How    It    W.i<    Founrt.
���I    :1C.i]\
���
rtivt-.fi  ���     ���   . ���                       animal*
'. i .                      in*t syphilis. .           .    i    ��� .     :,  ������ .             . ������          i
o1   no   ava        *    ��� ty,   ar.
site   it-.tic'-.h   that   ������ ���
,   i erm had
K... h, who the bacillus
the    bamat .nny.    Seek
Tht      ... ,
round!       ���      wild thf
      them      ���������.:
  T  tra. i. si  i!r. P
nrothers, Dresden, mill builders;  -The ks for  a   ��stane	
������   I a ���    ������������        I   . ���      ���-. ���  "      '���'���r  -o&Ht,    "   fe the
-.     t    ���   ��� "   ��� ��� '    -   ���'���  ^'"'kr
,-ie.l the l.'eir.f. ki     R aehitie Tool .������irn
.   .    ���  .������     ...'���  .-.*.   these befitg
���       ��� ���      	
A   co .tval   commercial-technics
G'.irr.ey-0:-.'
,   . - " '���'   -
EIGHT    CHILDfttTI    OF
ONE     FAMILY     MAHRIED
TO    EIGHT    OF     ANOTHER
G.   N    R.���Sur as   Branch.
,'-,.. B >   r- 	
Irocheta i      la ..:,..-       .   .
.   r,,, .  contracted the   x< iii (-..-���; In . . I ��� ���
... ^^^k*******l**m***^^^^^^
a********
the Rati
V as    la t ion
.... me as a
test I
��� . ��� ��� [or I
. and ha> In ^
������;.������
ted by Mi   J. \v  Weart, the can
the Reevi    dp. 1 1
���   ���:. es to, and seek thi   ml
.  . lei tors
iwli the pi itiorm upon
���'. .:.
. ���. . ������ ii..- ward systi m,
. ��� ���   . xtenslou ol  I ho  franchise, to
reglsb  ��� i  :, i eemem   hi lders
���  ���    Ise their i Igl I to vote
���   fa\ or able ��� onslderatlon ol ths
formation of county councils to con-
icl   mul  maintain  all  Intermunlcl
pallty main roads.
Better police protection.
Adequate water supply.
Acquirement   of   lands     for     public
works and playgrounds
Truslng you    will  tavor    me with
your vote and Interest, that thl* large
and growing municipality may bs
governed by progressive men, so thai
we may get the advantages our goo<
graphical position entitles us to, 1 am,
yours faithfully,
l'KUCY
ihcs
- . :., n, New  west
ler,   1 a tn    dailj    ""	
Sundaj
I . ,, es    New    v.  st       iter   bi Idge
��� ^. ���   et   si ition 3 ���' 0 t> m     wn Ive*
Sm    a fi 00 p.m  dally except Sundaj
injecting   certain   arsenic   i
.���, effect  was produc.
��� .. mi
January      O'' ' "' v       caire c use
1.   With a view to forming  a screv	
  ���   "   'U'"   "v*   ,
;,  g ,.    .;;   thi        ���   . *.   mai      ���        ���   ��� '   '���-   *���*���   ���*���     '"''   M'-   1      '     M   '""
p
'
--    '
���   1
���   ���
.'   .
, ..     .
." .
.   ' :*��
New   Westminster
Mail Service
pre\ ���    ���
."���' '���������'   " ill e>
iiip oh Jfthv
in ij.p meantime an attempt will be
rmi,   in   nun ti-euB   m   made  to  Induct who     ive  ��������� '
\\-.\\i.  until   i'i.'-.    .'   r.in    entered Into thi  ne* agretemenV to.I
^    .    -1.1..T.   oenslder Iheli decision    f he pt lnctpal
.   a-.,;,-.. ���  tt-.,, c    naroj.i    to    SttH    al
i he bI sndai d prh ed by thi   igrei
menl   bul " ;;' nol be bound ,,i; to the
.  tpui
exccei^t   i . .  that   v ���   ���
i . <onoui  i.i t' c i id;
Kin, e he and othi etttlsl
���.     .   in  suhstnutlng   the   i imoound
nt  arsetric in hunlredsi ef
���   cut   ways,  on,,,   . ,yl    ^,
.iV certain i    dm
wen ous to thi   para die   and
nen Injurl ms in the body
....   i . t.. >,,,,,    Amor
 W >i' i11-  .���''���' ��� ���
I ���  -   children    ";    mari led   tn
ci.jh.   efittdren   of   Mv    an.'.   Mi       '
Rhttaume     11 "-��� iui '������ e  Is  that]
.  ...   wa= nevei  -���   gi��� ai  tth��ilng
��� ���  ��� ousUte In parish.
REINUEEFn   RACE  TO
BE   HELD   AT   NOME
���    ���
v, ��� ,   ���   .  fees! to be
���.'.'���
��� '���    ���        '    	
.,,���-.   ...        I
	
Time
of
Arrival
BROWN.
Time
of
Closing
80  00     l'nited States via ('   P   1!
idally except Bundaj I., 7:30
8:80   Vancouver via B C  B, K.
i dally  oXCepI  Sunday)..   7:110
18:00- Vancouver via B C  E  It.
(dally excepl Sunday) 11 00
18:00 -Vancouver via n C i' n
(dally  except   Sunday)   IT,
8:80���Victoria vis B. C, B. H.
(dully BXCepI   Sunday I..   7
18:00���Victoria vis  B   C   B,  it
(daily   except    Sunday 1.7
7:80���United staten via 0, N. W*
(dally excepl Sunday).��� "
LS:00-*-XJniUd Btatei vis u. n. tt,
(dally  excepl   Sunday)..If
18:11)    All   points   eiiRt   and   Europe  (dally)   	
nu
30
ltd
00
mast  i       li   and  effei tive ",   thi
11 odiu ts   waa    "l.on."   an   ai ��� fib ; i D
���
The    Germs     Disappear.
Undei   tbi"   IWW   tieaiooui   Ibe  sp*-
i iii.   i.ei ni of Byphilts disappears  in
li      i ban fortj einiit  houi a from (be
neighborhood   of   Hip    soreH
casei   of  lhe   ctT6cacy   of
���      ,. ,,,!._
r  I,
rti^HT   RF01INP
Arqiunpiilq      Aaii"cl      &l8sollltlbh     of
Sherman   Act   Ready.
Washington     fab     18     I b��    flual
tiebi of the Stand-iiif (ill compfthji
fot
Pursuant to section
ble waters protection act
cap. 115), notice Is hereby given that
there has been deposited In the office
of tho minister of public- works at Ottawa, and a duplicate ln the ollice of
the  registrar of deeds at  New  West
minster,  Hritish  Columbia,  plans and
descriptions of the alto and Hide, elevation of a proposed railway wharf to
b" constructed at Port  Mann, British
Columbia,  and  tbat  one  month   after
the tlrst Insertion of this notice, the
company will apply to thn Governor-
In-Council for the approval thereof.
Hater]    at    Toronto,    Ontario,    this
twenty-eighth day of December, 1910
H   H. M   TEMPLE,
Assistant Solicitor
and   BU'
Fraser
except
H,:ir.
7: 30
 ^^^^^        ,���...,^ J 7:ar.
���f tbe "".'**'! 23; 00-A1I points oast
ill- s- ' ,in"! rope  (dally i
12; io���Sapparton    and
MIHh     (dully
Sunday)
80:00���Sappsrton    and
mills       (dally
Hun'lavl  ^^^^^^^^
o.io���Coquitlam   (daily   o<cept
Central    Par*    nnd   Bd-
idaily    excepl
Test
,,i were uB���, v^^^^^^^^^^^^_
i .,-   Kmi even io verv existence muipr the prment
'""1" 0B,?_,!._2��%i?^r^Meni  re Motion Is expected to begin la fe
ia ��eaed w""",m E"      ;���!"�� solution Suit, it ft extected *iliM.s
unatable naturs makes   t decompose  ��� !mlt. ������ ,���������. ,,f.f,--.
80 tf^aKsa-^^ *%^m mm**
vl'e,"' unpleasant eompllcatbm, have
""���," .Ability   of   Recife.
-ome of the results recordedl n Jgr
mnny are marvelous in thelr^tn.^
12.-   Uaska 9 '������,   n ;-
,)....,  ,.,.,. n iu |,P p i.  .'...    ,i ii.,       i
I bratloft cl Lltlcdln's birthdaj al   '	
__!_ _Ar    It  '- lidj nake It nn
annua!   affair       The   herds   b'.i.'-e   In
���' eased ���- il Ij   since I he us���I 	
mals   were  introduced  In   th.  got	
ment   Sp\p.;il   ytdrS   ago      1 liere   are
already ten ebb	
Km ser
excepl
I" ��� ���!������->	
mflts  Ritt!ttiu��t   law.
Dutch   Plea*   Neutrality!.
The llacuei .lain lfi.���The Dwell cv
p'nmptii   Imn    puMlsbed    an    eytract
fhrth   the   secret   report   on   maritime
(WftlSPS. I.    wlilr* It  dpelar-ss thut t**t*i
agrstetn of dpfpnse ttiilst plvu compi����N
ieutraiity.   l'he fottlflciltlons of TeectH
rip tO be t'loffpt tilred, IhoStl of the
port of YmtiMen and of the Nlewe
Watptwpe   una to   bp  cowttdpted, aud
AR^fED   GUARD   TOR
PASSENGER   TRAINS
Sttt l.alte Cify. .Ian. tfi.^-SttlditS
who are ttmbitibUS to !i<ib! up iiris-sen-
per trains on tlie 1'tab dlvlslbft bf tbe
I'tfnrt PaclftjB will encounter the most
apptbved rftlPM In tlte ban Is of met*
who know how to use tbem. I'tider
orders from the dHTui'on sttpprlntend!-
<pnt today every passenger train wlll
carry an armed . until. The precatf-
tftitt ls tli<�� result of tbe robbery of the
Overland Limited, fast we<*
BAR    CHILDREN    ON    STAGE.
Brantfwd   Police  Compel   Withdrawal
of  AIT  Under Ten.
Rr_nHnrd,   (Hit.,   ,tn��.   12���Ttip   police   here   yesterday   stopped   the   employment   of   a   number    nf   chlldrerj
ratielnc In ilpi* from four to ten years,
Winn  wfere   appearlnp  n*   the   Drah .
the   perfnrmnnr.p   nf
The mtuirt. er of the
1 or.   Q   -
-
	
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��� ��������� meter
��� . ;���    I
on
^^^^^^^^lM:i I
.     r    ��� j      Besides
tal i   ���'"'
The OXFORD
^ECONOMIZER
,18:16
13:00
13:30���
10.00
The only t��i ** ,,mt ,n ,.   ���,���  ���f
Dermanenl cures apparently ar* df
,.,���.,i thete is ��i"��v H,p !"'0P,,,,,H;
3 ��f 2utfSSS��. ft�� hits bedhiin the^se
nf   SleaplM  2?W'*iSllSrt  " H&*e   WatPtwee  sr* to   be  cowie.en, .,,,u , (- |n
sUddfte tm*** *J��    ^ J mwTIT ^e foftmcatinnS of Nafeen andBlK um{���tfmnK
been  dlB0W��r��l 7;���, w-e.tsrfrk  ar�� tO  be  supplemented ]>   ! ,   ^ .��� ,.���������,..���      ....
cases  recurred   WttMn **    **miv   to   W(,rks (lf   t���.    blcbest-lass   ttt   tMh-  ��^y^  ,P,���rH  permission from  the
T���   eoirtlterttflt   thl#    W^'J    .,   m     fhe ItftHl ""^  "f f,'n pf!""T'P ,H r      for those between ten nnrl six
extent at  !�����""  ,n �����_*_______ I __?i'.^_��� ,t ��bout $1^.000.000. ,,,,,   veats   .     continue     he   claim
*d VM hat   forth that  tbe  yourig-
��t.rs   were  picked   up  I"    Montreal,
where they   had  no  homes, nnd  that
.,..,,   .--.,'. trv  was fer their own   it
ferment.
I"    eoinn-in       ��� .   , Tt,p   .,.-���,1   f-osi   01  iric  ��<-�����
bSTSAlSS ^I'^n^msted.a,    t -- _
,?    Wn^-nsn's     Reactbm      sh'-' ��� *~-
Bunty, ' ' ����� ^r^rti^T^b^ fhe ***** �����
Sail   Burnaby   nnd   Bm* ��� ���r ��� n���t still ��";��������� "���JJgj
ss '- -��- rjsr *f SsfS
Timberland,     Strawberry        | nftpr  ttppareni   trice t*t the  <v  -a-
nm   snd   Bouth  west-
m,n��teT    (Tuesday    god
Pridaj 1           "  '
10:0^Lar,r,r,,      *���****����*���.*
Westham   Island   	
haa dtaW��*red.   T',p  b"r'B't"''.T,> rf"
cit, of the e^perlttents nr.w Roihgen
,���   ,,,,,,.,  ,.,-.,,    ��f,r,' will he watcbed
with  Inferpst.
ultt l-rp y.-Lr  fir*  io',n{ .1  r.-m��Al pnuit!��
pel t�� lift.    Si!S sat- al lr��j| 20 .   r if.I.
|..f   l!i '    cot.)   i.'u   ��et*   BS-    Z.A   .'t,\   l-lr   ell
c oliiniJ odors t.p I5r chtiorej.
1 .;:!-���!...-     . rvty d-.y : <u
tsj .-. '������ ni 1  r\\r .rd     A.-..11 IwayS y.-t
.-��� sit:<;f".ctoiv   -.?ti!:3  from Jour
1     ���
Let i:i e^mpniithtt. l�� ycu tho
r.' . . mils r." ��.icl tbe ot.'i. r (.urocy-
(l-xf.ild pi;:!tj��of superiorit;> l'-;.j t:ow
Part 'ft .'i p wa r.i::p ��� c ' ' - *} -i ill
ei^-i show yoU oilier rjur-e v-Oxfurd
at i."3.-ind r-in!--?Rf'irfivi-n piirpos^apa
f.r ill' Urid v! fu"l. On d spiny oft
ii.ir fl}'ir? .-ill I'm timo.    ^ ,
(Jet licaunintfd ivjth tho ti"iit
knowa, I* s* tikt'.l stoyefi and ntnjtofl in
.11 Cmnd. . Xai ia >l cow���tor tbi feood
of yourpockctbook.
T. J. TRAPP A CO.J
881  Columbia  Street.
��^%?J*TT*T*��T^ f(��*    oon-Annacls    Wtt��d     Mondsy
.U.;.0 inill* .����>��� husiness of  team w,^fUy     ���n(,     jf* I
SASWlM new one, at        ^-^J ^   ��
our ^ place.      ^ c0 foJ^wS^M*
Office phones. 158 and  .������-���- p   . f<f!lis
c2 office phone t��.  | ^n-���^��'^t Tnday, .M'M
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Insurance at Lowest Possible Rates in Regular Licensed Companies
uch for your insurance, consult me.
if
you
tkink you are paying too nr
p 0 Box 594
NOTICE TO  BUILDER3.
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t.��� will be recefved by thsum- u.^n__TynpiiPa,i
S   up  to  noon    ��**?**��� M*B
Tend*
\:;;^%.'forlthe--e����i,mandc,^;
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;,v..,n.s newt Stath street.
Plans   ami    ipecliflcatlons   m.iy   oa
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and Hav-lemen (Tues-
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Fine, Liabilixv, Live: Stock,
Lsrr, Accident. Motor Boat.
Automobile., Plate Glass,
/tlARINE AND ALL OTHER KINDS
or Insurance placed at better
rates than others write -k -*.
'HT ME QUOTE
) YOU MT RATES
Agencies  at;���
Vancouver, Victoria, Prince
Rupert, Nelson and Quesn��l
W WlSTMlNSTER. B-C
Agencies at: ���
Chilliwack, Mission, Haney,
Langley, Abbotsford, etc. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911
Polish Your Furniture
Willi Johnson's Tropared Wax. It preserves and brin. �� out natural beaut, of
tho wood. H produces a rich, artistic
linish. to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your tloors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all dancin.  tloors.
I You can . et Johnson s free book. The
Proper Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
and Furniture" and thesepreoaratlonsnf
ANDERSON & LUSBYj
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More than one are investigating tlie
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 tlie term.
For particulars apply to���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
NOW IS THE TIME
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
ElectropocHs for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    We8tmintt.r,    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
Repairing netttly and properly done
by   A.   R.   Russell  at  Sinclair s shoe i
store. **    j
Miss   Lucy   Hue. Iin  and   W.  F.  II. |
Bucklin returned to the city yesterday,
after a short visit ty Seattle.
For good building lots or modern
homes, consult with White, Shiles &
Co, They make a specialty of city
and suburban homes. **
The Benevolent Society will hold its
annual meeting on Thursday, January
19, at 2:30 p. m., in the city hall.
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone RHUS **
The Abernethy & Lougheed lumber
camp at Port Haney will resume operations early next week.
For Delta acreage, large and small,
priced right, see Held. Curtis & Dorgan, 70(! Columbia stieet. * *
Sam Giles, former proprietor of the
Matsqui hotel, litis disposed of Ilia
business to Mr. Fulton, who is now
managing the hotel. Mr. and Mrs.
Giles are now living in Vancouver.
Good house on three corner lots, on
car line, all in orchard; $4400, on
terms to be arranged. See White.
Shiles & Co. **
Ice in the upper river yesterday
practically suspended the operation of
all river boats. The Oceano. of the
Weir line, is still at the Fraser mills,
hut it is expected that she will have
no difficulty in getting out on Sunday
or Monday, when she is due to sail.
The C. N. P. Lumber company was
forced to shut down its mill yesterday on account of it shortage of water'
from their private supply. The cold
weather caused the water to run very
low. The thermometer has heen lingering around zero at Port Moody for
several days.
"Nancy,"  a  comedy    drama,    with
Grace Cameron as the featured lady,
occupied the boards    at    the    opera I
bouse    last    night,    entertaining    a
rather slim audience.    Lester Calvin
.took the heavy male part.   A number
of  well  tendered    musical    numbers
j were introduced during the course of
the play.
The old city council will hold its
last meeting this afternoon at 5
o'clock. Until then. Alderman Gilley,
Alderman Welsh, Alderman Smith iind
Alderman Jardine will be entitled to
their title, but no Linger. After a short
business session, it is expected that
the mayor an.l the aldermen will be
sworn in.
The car service to Sapperton was
interrupted for a few hours yesterday
morning by the breaking of the trolley
wire on Columbia stieet, opposite the
penitentiary. Tlie break was quickly
repaired, however, and cars resumed
their run, but little inconvenience having been occasioned to the travelling
public.
Tie annual ball given by the Women's Auxiliary of Koyal Columbian
hospital took place last night in St.
Patrick's hall, which was decorated
for the occasion. There was a large
attendance, and the affair was a successful one. Harpur's orchestra sup-
plie 1 the music. The committee in
charge of arrangements were: Mesdames Uothwell, W. G. McQuarrie, L.
Richardson and J, Stilwell Clute;
Misses Armstrong and   Rriggs.
Councillor Tyner, of Coquitlam, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Ueid, next
tram office.   Plione 310. **
Modern home on Twelfth street;
large lawn, fine view, $4000; terms to
be arranged. See White, Shiles .fc
Co. **
F. T. C. Lever and F. W. Auvaehe
have disposed of tlieir interests in the
Vernon Okanagon to S. Poison. The
vendors are well known in tliis city,
where they lived for several years.
Full fiG-ffot lot on Fourth avenue,
near Second street, comfortable 7-
rooin house with full cement basement, only $;itKM). easy terms; only
small cash payment. White, S'^'es
& Co. ���*
A Further List of Bargains
 FOR OUR BIG ___
A Iteration
On account of the disorganization of
the mail service, owing to the snow
blockades on the C. P. R. line, it was
found necessary to send some mail by
stage yesterday from here to Port
Moody.
A rather unusual event for this part
of tlie country occurred yesterday,
when a small boy had his ears frozen
twice within a few hours, and had to
submit to the painful process of having them thawed out.
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Every day we add to the list of Bpeclal lots on sale in the various   departments.    On   each   and    ****
every article is placed a price, which we believe will speedily effect   the  clearance  desired.      All  h1b
over stock and odd lines must  be cleared out.    Winter stocks cannot be carried over.   Our alteration
sale means bargains for the next few weeks.
Dead on the Beach.
Penticton, 13. C, Jan. ll'.���William
Sheppard, a well-known man in this
distiict. was founj dead on the beach
Tuesday afternoon. Deatli is thought
to have been due to heart failure. An
inquest will be held.
To My Supporters
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:   Princess 8t
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
For the Holiday Trade
All Prices.       All Sizes.
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Mock.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
I wish to heartily thank all those
Who voted for me in yesterday's election, and especially these who also
used  their influence on  my behalf.
Although   not elected,   I   none  the
less appreciate the support given me.
Faithfully yours,
SILAS FADKK.
New Westminster, B. C, Jan. 13, '11.
New Westminster Elections
All accounts against T. J. Trapp
arising out of the lecent. elections,
should be sent at once to R. Churton,
secretary.
The Public
Supply Stores
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we
have quite a large
stock of Goods
which we are cleaning out cheap.
Quotations will
follow in a few
days. Watch thei
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea
for our customers
to take advantage
before the rush
commences.
Hundreds are availing themselves
of our low prices on House
Furnishings
You will do well to look ahead a little, size up vour household
wants antl make up your mind to secure vour house furnishings dur
ing our Alteration Sale.
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Heavy Bed Sheets, $2.00 per pair
Regular price $L'.f>t> per pair. We are offering at this price,sheets
of exceptionally good quality���and that is whal counts where you
begin to use them. Sheets are - yards wide, 2% yards long, hemmed and hemstitched ends, plain or twilled English cotton, heavy and
free from objectionable dressing. Only 6 dozen in the lot .per pair,
$2.	
Hemstitched Pillow Slips, 35c. pr.
Regular 50c per pair. Ten eozen only, hemstitched pillow slips,
40, 42, and -14-inch sizes, made of good grade English cotton; splendid value at 60c per pair.    Sale price, per pair,  36c.
Two Special Snaps in Lace Curtains, 95c. and $1.65 per pair
These two specials are not the only sale lots in Lace Curtains.
Every pair in our large stock is marked at a price away below
value.   A few soiled pairs are available at half price.
One lot, 95c.  per pair
160 pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains, white, 17 to 62 inches wide,
3 yards long.    Regular price $1.36 to (1.60     Sale  price, per  pair. 96c,
At $1.65 per pair
Ninety pairs of White Nottingham Laro Curtains, 60 to 60 inches
wide. :; yards long; regular values up to $2.26, Sale Price, per pair,
$1.65 i
56 and 60 inch  Table Damask,
40c. per yard
Regular 60 and SOc values. Bleached and unbleached Linen.
Damask, I'nion or all linen, good weight, linn, several patterns. 60
and 60 inches wide; all short ends;  to clear, per pair. 40c
Unbleachable Table Damask, 30c per yard
Fifty-four inch unbleached Linen, splendid qualities, suitable for
every day use. Regular 36 and 40c values. All etuis to clear.
Sale priqe, per pair, 30c.
Tweed Coats, a wide
range on sale at
$12.50 each.
Values up to $20,   The ���
der  has  been  given  to ele I
out    our    entire    range   ot
coats  at   greater  reductions
than llrst oil.-red.    Our new
price.   $12.60,   will   appeal   I
dozens    who   need   a   di
coal at once.     This spec!
lot is made up ol tweed and
plain   cloth   routs,   With   1
or semi-fitting backs, or till'' I
styles   or   belted   harks.     \
sizes  up to 42.    The entire
lot, to clear, each, $12.60.
A few coats left
at 5.75 each
This   line  has   proven  on
of the most  popular in the
ready-to-wear section.     We
have but a few lefl, in bIzc
suitable   tor misses   or vv.
men.    Each,  $5.76.
Women's   Costumes,
i a dozen odd sizes, i
$15.00 per suit
Regular    values      up     t i
$20.60.    Probably   onlj   i ���
of a style anil si/e in dlag
nai.  cheviot,  serge,  clu-v:   i
plain cloth and striped Panama,    mostly    colored,
sizes in the lot; a price
iis   here   mentioned   cann
fail to interest the person In
search   of   a   new   suit.     We
clear these odd cosi un ���
$16 each,
Two Suits,$27.50 ea.
Regular values, $36 and
$:iT.r.��i. one suit is in a green
diagonal, and the other iii
tan broadcloth. They are
faultlessly finished in evi
way; newest st>les H;i
price, $27.50.
One Suit each at
$30.00 and $35.00
Beautluflly finished, tail
ed suits, the season's nev
est stvles; coats are
lined; collars and cuffs i
velvet, materials are in dts
onals, in nice shades ���
green.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve         (1,900,000
The Bank bas 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tlie
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every  banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land  District. Dis-
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 da-
scribed lands;
Commencing at a pest planted on
the beach on west side of Seche't Inlet, and at the northeast corner of
lot No. 27127 itnd marked "L. L. Dlck-
erman,' Northwest, CSrner," thence
south 80 chains, thenee'tys' .0 chain',
thence south 50 chaifis,'- Hence east
tit) chains more or less to the beach,
thence north and west along beach to
commencement, and containing 320
acres more or less.
LESLm-Lr-ftttWW-MAN.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Date November 29, 1010.
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Good Building   Lots
Small Price and Easy Terms
EDINBURGH STREET���Nine fifty-foot lots with flne view, overlooking river and gulf; handy to ftar. Price $500 each. Terms, one-
third cash, balance to arrange, ou easy payments.
SIXTH STREET���One extra fine lot, all cleared nnd in orchard,
on car line, lane. For a medium priced pprperty this Is one of the
most desirable In the city. Price $750. .Terms, one-third cash;
balance to arran. e.
FJ. Hart& Co, LhU
i:
Chilliwack   ���Aldergrove <!
fancouver
Victoria
BED SPRING
and mattress In all sizes complete, for only���
$8.00
COMfORTCRS
GxG cotton filled comforter. Good
strong covering In attractive designs.    Bach���
$1.50
Your blankets are here.    You  need  an  extra  pair or two this
cold weather. ,
Everything Reduced.
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE TOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets   New Westminster.
The New furniture Store
Gives you better quality, more value for your dollars than iny
store in this city. Everything as advertis.d, our word is our
bond. Consider the real value of the following items. You can't
beat them.
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DRESSER AND STAND
Dresser    has    I8x38-ln.    top. ?���
drawers 20x24-ln. ll. bevel plate 1
mirror     Stand has one drawe 1
and large cupboard.   The pair 1
$10.75
NURSE ROCKERS
18 only In the lot.    Don't WS \
as they  won't last long at  t J
small price of���
$1.10
Phone 829.
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