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Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME r>, NUMBER 2X2.
UNKNOWN MAN DIES
AFTER AWFUL AGONY
NEW WESTMINISTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY B Hill.
PRICE  FIVE  CENT&
Strychnine Believed Cause of
Death of Man Picked up
by Police Yesterday.
BIG DIALS MADE IN
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SUNBURY PROPERTIES CMS ^ W ^OW
TRAPP IS IN THE FIELD
Two  Eighty Acre Blocks  Disposed ot
for $28,000  Each���Vancouver
Parties Buyers.
PIONEER OE DISTRICT       CAMPAIGN GUN
DIES AT GOOD OLD AGE
\n unknown man was picked up on
��� ',��� Westminster bridge last nlghl
about ll o'clock. He died an hour
or two nfter being taken tn the hospital, Bbowlng every symptom of
strychnine poisoning.
ihe watchman nn the Bridge notl-
|j,���|   lhe   police   thai   n   man   hail   col-
],,|   ed on Ibe bridge and a polict f.in'.t
took Uie unfortunate in the hospital.
lir was undergoing terrible agony.
Alter bein. taken in (jand by the
police be only spoke once and then
tali that he had been taken suddenlj
111 on the bridge. A doctor was sum-
in ued. but the man was too far gone
and all efforts to save bis life were
fruitless.
He was a well built man about forty
years nf age, He was partially bald
ami wore a dark moustache,   lie was'
nl   medium   belgbt     Ills   clothes  wei
fair iu quality and be did nol have
the appearance of a laboring man. He
wore ,i dark derby bat.
In the (Indies there was nothing by
which the man could be Identified.
li   is  probable that  an
be held today, when
An Important sale of real estate in
the vicinity of Sunbury Is announced,
which is substantial evidence of the
interest which is being taken in thi.-
neighborhood anl seems to indicate
thai the boom there hns a solid
foundation.
The transfer in question  is tbat of
i two eighty-acre blocks Bltuated on the
S'cott road, in Bectlon 21, which were
1 sold yeslerday to Vancouver purchasers for the consideration of J28,-
000 each block. The vendor wa'.;
Robert Kennedy, and the sale was
made through the linn of KenneiK
Bros.
Mr.  Kennedy  states thai  be    pur-!
chased   this  propeity  about   a  month
ago for $211,00(1, a sudden rise that is
significant of much.
Candidacy of Popular Merchant is Received With Enthus
iasm  by   Ratepayers-Opponent of  Mayor  Lee
Throws  Further  Light on Policies  He
Advocates.
Mrs.   Isabelle  MacKenzie, Who  Came
to Clover Valley in 1883, Passed
Away Yesterday.
BOOMS TONIGHT
That there is in the city a deep
seated feeling of dissatisfaction wit1.
the retiring civic bead was evinced
yesterday by the satisfaction expressed nn every hand wltb the announcement tbat T. .1. Trapp had al last
yielded to the Importunities of his
friends and followers and consented
io offer bis services to the electors In
tbe capacity of chief magistrate, Ami
not on
expansion, due cognizance must bo
taken of the factor of economy. It
is an open secret that municipal undertakings are wasteful, and the peculiar significance of the phrase 'a city
job' is in no danger of being misunderstood. Tills simply means that
when a man works for the city, he
expects (and has formerly got) some
thing which he could not'obtain from
Mrs. Isabella MacKenzie, widow of*
the late Duncan MacKenzie, of Clover
Valley, B.C., died yesterday afternoun
at the residence of her daughter, Mrs
| First of Civic Election Meetings Will be Held at Sapperton This Evening.
"he strength  of the  labor men in
Deceased ]tlle (omi'ig civic election will lie   iu-.
ago, and  {���te.d at lhc n,st Public meeting to
only  been  living  at   Kdmonds a I   (! llol(1 under their auspices iu John-
short time, her former residence he-  ston hall>JSapperton,   this   evenu..
i when A. B.	
D.  H. Miller, of Kdmonds.
was seventy-eight  years of
had
Is the laissez faire policy of | any private employer who was no- in
Mayor Lee severely criticized, but the | business  ror his  health.    Tl
platform announced  by  bis  opponent
meets  with much    favor,    not    only
BRANDON COLLEGE
CAN GET DEGREES
but     in     all
Winnipeg, .lan. ���).���A delegation    received  by  the   provincial  government.)
last night was promised that the Hap-'
tlst college at Brandon would receive!
the same powers at the University of
Inquest  will I Manitoba in conferring degrees.   Thej
some more light Roblln government seemed determln-
wlll i e thrown on the trage ly.
s is a
state ot affairs that should not be
tolerated for a moment, and there is
a way of putting an end to it. It is
contained in the word supervision-
supervision with a view to economy���
an 1 if elected it will be my endeavor
to  see that this supervision  be
ap-
PRINCIPAL STRAMBERG
IS STILL IN ENGLAND
ed to make fhe university merely a
teaching institution In certain courses,
giving all denominational colleges degree conferring powers.
among   business   men
grades of society.
A very keen interest in the elec
tion is being evinced all over the city,
and the various items enumerate 1 by
Mr. Trapp in his policy, announced in ' plied.
the  News  yesterday,  are  being    dis-i An Eight-hour Day.
cussed     seriatum,     few     dissentient i     "This does not mean, however, that
voices being heard. j civic employees will be treated'with
More Bark Than Bite. j anything    but    the    most    scrupulous
"Much cry and little wool," is fairness, and one of tlie planks of
the terse manner in wllich one gentle-: my platform to which I desire to call
man described last year's work of the j particular attention is that calling
council under Mayor Lee's guidance, j for an eight-hour day. All experience
and be added:      I do not know of one ! goes to show that eight hours is tbe
Population of Greater Winnipeg.
Winnipeg,      Jan.      4.���Henderson's
directory for 1911 gives Greater Winnipeg a population of 200,000.
High   School   Pedagogue   Has
stayed   His   Original   Leave
Absence  by  Months.
Over-;
of
single piece of business for the good
of the city which has been conceived
and executed within tbe past twelve
mont lis. Tbe only real improvement
which has been effected was the re-
grading    and    paving    of    Columbia
limit of effective work, particularly
for those employed in manual labor,
and in tbe end it will be realized that
this shortening of the hours of toll,
together with the payment of a decent
rate  of  wages,  will    be    tbe    truest
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One nf (he members nf tbe b iard of
trustees has received a  letter!
from   11.   M.   stramberg,   principal   nf
the high school, who is nt  piesent   in
Europe on leave of absence, in wbicb
he simes  that  owing to the general.
elections lu Great Britain, he has not
.el been able to transact certain pri-'
vate  business,  and  that   this  has  de-'
layed his return Indefinitely, bo much
BO, in fact, that  Mr. Strambeig makes
y.   reference whatever to tbe date on
wl leb he may be expected to resume
I Is dm ins. I
While no official  censure bas been
I   ised nn this action of the principal
.(���(staying his leave, the members
feel  that   be   lifts  not  acco'ded   them
proper treatment in the matter.      llo
was originally granted  leave till  Sep-!
iber   last,  and   when   this  had   ex-
plred, a letter was received In  which
asked to he allowed to extend this
Christmas    Apparently be is un-l
di    the Impression that the substitute.
appointed to tnke over liis duties pro
tem is sti'i   in charge,   ��&   !*    was
light   he   would   Vie  cn   route   for
e by the time a letter could reach
I in,  he  was not  informed  that   lhe
tltute principal had resigned and
the school staff Vas in consequence
i handed.
a  will    now  be done, and    the
iillity is that  on  receipt  of this
information, Mr. Stramberg will make
all haste to return.
In    ihe    meantime,   Mr.   McMillan,
Help for Apple Show.
Victoria, Jan. 5.���The executive of the provincial government yesterday voted |t000 for
the liquidation of part of the
debt Incurred by the lirst Canadian Apple Show at Vancouver.
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Committee  Rooms Secured.
!    In the meantime, time is short and
Charges  Against   Elevator. \ life  is  strenuous,  or  will   be  (or Uie
Winnipeg, Jan. 4.���Two   moi e    In-j next    nine    days   or so.    Committee
formations  have  been  sworn    out   by i renins    have    been    opened    in    the
chief Warehouse Commissioner Casiie Blackie   block,   over   the   Bank   ri
against the Thunder Hay Klovator Toronto, and a brisk campaign will
company for false statements regard- be conducted from these headquarters
lng grades Nos l and u northern, In'under the leadership of Ralph Chur-
thelr elevators at Port Arthur, last mn, who is acting as Mr. Trapp's sec-
July. The case will come before retary, Here his well wishers and
Police Magistiate Daly a week from|supporters will meet every evening at
street, and that was simply along the  economy  any  city, or any other cor-
lines of progress inaugurated by the  poration, ever practiced.
council of 1909L" j    "The plank that is naturally group-
These and statements nf a like na- ed with the eight-hour day is that cf
ture are the burden of the conversa- employing only white labor. So much
tion of the "man nn the street." and lias been said on this subject tbat it
it is apparent that Mr Trapp's an- would seem simply a waste of breath
nouncement was the necessary spark to enlarge on it, and it appears hardly
to set alight a conflagration which' conceivable that any thinking citizen
will certainly be of considerable brib I should doubt the advisability of ex-
liancy an J may have devastating re- eluding the Oriental with his different
suits. I standards    of cleanliness,    his    utter
lack of citizenship, and his tendency
ing on  Royal avenue.
The late Mrs. MacKenzie was born
in 1833 in Dun-a-Dee, Ireland, bul
came out to Ontario when only an infant. She was married on December
Hi, 1852, and came to Clover Valley.
Burrey municipality, in 1883, her husband having come out the previous
year to found a home for his family.
Twelve children were borne by the
deceased. Nine cf these remain to
mourn her loss, these being Mrs. R.
11. Walker, Victoria, Mrs. R. L. Reid,
Vancouver, Mrs. L). II. Miller, Edmonds; Captain A. A. MacKenzie, I-I.
II. MacKenzie, Westminster, J. C. S.
MacKenzie, Clover Valley, D. E. MacKenzie, Westminster, R. D. MacKenzie, Clover Valley, and F. J. MacKenzie, M. L. A. for Delta. Alex. M. Anderson, of Clover Valley, is a brother,
and a sister, Mrs. Morrison, lives in
Spokane.
The funeral will take place on Friday afternoon at half past one o'clock
to the Church of Kngland cemetery,
from the late residence of the deceased at Kdmonds.
The late Mrs. MacKenzie celebrated
her golden wedding in this city on
December 16, 1902, when her sons and
daughters and a large number of
friends were present. Her husband
died on Octoher 7, 1004.
af-
order;
E. W.
A.  SLjQey.
\.  B.  Christie, president of Urn
I Ira les and Labor council, will oocupv
the  chair.     All   ihe   labor  candidate
j will expound their views on civic
j fairs, speaking in the following
T.  W.  L.   House.  S.  Jackmaii
Cook. J.   H.   Campbell,  R.
W.  Dodd and Joseph A. Darke.
Candidates who are in the field far
aldermanlc or school trustee honor*
wi.l be invited to address the meeting, being sandwiched in between She-
labor speakers. The aspirants for Uie
mayoralty will not be asked to speak
as the issue between the big guns Is
too embracing to be dealt wiih at a
mixed meeting, called in the interest*
of labor.
Next Monday the labor men wOS
hold a meeting in St. Barnabas pariah
hall, having made arrangements tor
this before the date of the ratepayer?,
annual  meeting  was fixed.
Outside candidates are asked to attend the meeting, but no personal invitation will be issued to anyone.
LOSS OF TWO MINUTES
MEANT DEATH TO f KE
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Quake Victims.
Pt. Petersburg. Jan. 5.���An
official message frcm Vyermey
says that the bodies of forty
victims of yesterday's earthquake had been recovered up
to midnight.
Delay in Reaching Siding Resulted in
Passenger train Being Telescoped
by  Fast Express.
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a*,\ Spokane, Jan. 4.���Because the Bur-
* lington train was two minutes lat-e in
+ taking the siding at Cheney this
VI morning   live  men  are  dead,  one   Is
today.
DEPUTY POSTMASTER
TO DE HERE NEXT WEEK
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Dr. Coulter Will  Spend Several Days
Investigating   Postal   Needs  of
District.
Deputy Postmaster-General Dr. R
M. Coulter has arrived In Vancouver,
and will be busy for a week or more
Investigating the postal conditions in
who has been acting as principal,Will Ncw Westminster district,
continue so to act. and the same ar-
rai  emenl  of assistants'  duties  will tions nude by George Kennedy, presl-
>��� retained, so that  the work of the (lont or  Ule  Liberal   association,  and
eight o'clock iniiii the polling day,
A News representative called on
Mr. Trapp yesterday evening with tho
purpose of sec-ning further elucidation of the various planks in his plat
form, but found that gentleman too
busy with the details of preliminary
organization work to go into tlie matter very deeply.
"I have just returned to the city
from Mud Hay, where I attended the
marriage of my nephew," said Mr.
Trapp, "and it ls hardly necessary to
say that I am very busy.
Deepening of River.
"The  announcement  of  my  policy
which appeared in your paper today
is  largely  self-explanatory, and  need j
be little enlarged upon.    The matter;
of  deepening  the   Fraser  river,  however, is one that cannot be too strongly pressed upon the attention cf the
bi hool c-an be carried on for the whole
ol the present term without Mr.
Stramberg.
LOCAL MANAGER LEAVES.
Westminster Branch of Wholesale
Grocery Will Have New Head.
The local branch of the Kelly-Doug-
his company will, in a week or two,
ie under the management <f J. H.
Foster, of Vancouver. W. .1. M.
Sandels, who has been manager tor
'lie Kelly-Douglas company ever since
It started here a year ago, will leave
for Prince Rupert, where he will have
charge of the Kellv-Douglas business
there.
Mr. Foster Is already in the city
and as soon as the business is arranged  Mr.  Sandels will  leave    for    the
Tbis visit is the result of representa-1 ratepayers, and I shall at no very late
date explain my ideas on this subject
in more detail than Is possible at the
moment.
"lt must be r.elf evident to everyone
that the prosperity and progress of
New Westminster, or any other city,
depend to a great extent on tributary
sources, and the chief of these is the
Fraser river, which can and must be
made a great waterway, attracting as
a magnet  the wealth of nations and
President Senkler, of the Vnncouvcr
Llberal association, when in Ottawa
recently. These gentlemen had several interviews with Dr. Coulter and
with Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who wa.��
acting as postmaster-general in that
gentleman's absence, and the result
of tlieir work In bringing lhe matter
to the attention of the chief executive
in fulfilment of wbicli I pouring it into the portals of this city-
was a promise ��� ,
Dr. Coulter has arrived at the coast,    jof ours
The Improvement and increase ill
postal services and facilities in thu
���ity of   New Westminster   and    con-
Other Improvements.
"In line with this is the question of
mprovements  within  the  boundaries
to herd together, from all share in
the .resources 0f a land which he
merely exploits. It may appear to
private employers an economy to employ Orientals at a lower rate of
wages than our white citizens, and so
it is, from the merely immediate
standpoint of money-grubbers and profit-seekers; but the inevitable reaction
should be realized by a public employing body, and steps taken to avert
it: and I think even my opponents
must admit this view.
Segregation in Schools,
"The natural corollary to this is
the segregation of Oriental children
in our public schools, a course of action the advisability of which lias
been very evident to me in the course
Of my work on the school board. This
is a matter on which I wlll explain
my position more fully later.
"But to return to the question of
the progress and development of the
city, wliich is after all the great final
desideratum of all real citizens,
among the number of which I am
proud to count myself, the extension
and improvement of the car line system to and within the city at once
stand out as factors the importance
of wbicli it is impossible to overestimate, and parallel thereto is that of,
the encouragement of railroads seeking facilities to run their lines and j
build their depots in the city.
"It is a truism that a city is made
by transportation facilities, and It
would he a thousand pities if the forward marcli of New Westminster
should be checked now, at this critical
juncture, hy this mistaken course of
action, which lias already done untold
harm and will do more if permitted L>
continue.
Single Tax System.
"Finally, let me say a word on the
subject  of  what  Is popu arly  known
as single tax.    lt Is only necessary to
look at the enormous strides made iu
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and
Local Option Returns.
Toronto. Jan. 1.���Returns made to
the Ontario Alliance show that local
option by-laws carried in twenty-six
municipalities, while seventeen placss
gave adverse majorities, and in
twenty-six municipalities the neces
sary three-fifths vote was not secured
In all sixty-four will be wiped out.
dying,   three   are   badly   injured
two coaches are kindling wool.
Rushing  down  the  main  line  at a
speed  which  the  brakes   would   not
control the North Coast Limited, eaet-
bound,   struck   the  waiting   train   m
blow  that    crushed  out tlfft life    of
every    man    in   two    Pullmans   and
wounded a score of trainmen and passengers.
The known dead are:
W.  J.   Starr,  of    Seattle,    express
messenger on the North  Coast  Um-
' ited:   G.   L.  Warren,   superintendent.
! Spokane   Orphans'   Home,   residence
'near  Davenport, Wash.:    W.   Mason.
porter,    rear  Pullman  No.  42,    east-
, bound;    Olirer,   porter,   Chicago;   O..
E. Brown, I'a04 H Street Chicago.
  The most seriously injured arer
H. F. Halley,    New York,    broken-
Great Interest in Technical Education  nose and hemorrhage cf stomach:  E.
R. Searles, manager Sherman-Clay,
Seattle, eyes, chin and nose badly
cut; Charles P. Smith, manager Pullman department, Spokane, head badly cut.
The Burlington train was taking tbe
siding to let the limited pass. Befort?
the last cars could clear the main line
the fast train crashed into the rear
coaches.
The    Burlington
ROYAL COMMISSION
SOON TO VISIT EUROPE
in Awakening in All Parts of
> Canada.
Toronto, Jan..4.���The    royal    commission on    industrial   training   and
technical education has completed its
| tour cf Western Canada and the Pa-
I citic   States,   and   its  members   have j     The    Burlington    train arrived   hor-
j returned to tlieir homes in the east,   Cheney In plenty of time to make tlie
having  since    November   1    covered   siding.    An unexplained delay of live
about 100 cities and towns and taken  minutes   saw   th* train   still  cn   the
the  sworn  testimony  of  some    15001 main line with the North Coast oom-
I witnesses, representing    every  grade   ing at terrific speed down the stretdi
' of society. j of track approaching the yards.    Tbe'
The    commissioners    report    they i engineer of the North Coast applied.
found everywhere a great recent   de-1 the air brakes, but was unable to get
velopment  of interest in educational j his train  under  control.    It crashed
relat-
tiauous districts   and  particularly ou j of the city, paving of streets, laying of  building development    in    Vancouver
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the 11. C. E. R. line to Chilliwack,
where they asked that a mail car he
put on, were the matters touched upon at these Interviews, and as a consequence the whole system will be
overhauled  and  examined, ami  with
north.    While Mr.  Sandels was here. out doubt steps will be taken to make
he was almost too closely interested
In establishing tlie business on a
sound footing to become widely acquainted, but he made many friends
who will regret to learn of his departure.
the service better in every respect
than it is at present.
j It is not yet known when Dr. Coulter will reach this city, but Mr. Ken
nedy expects that this will he about
Tuesday  of next  week.
water and sewer systems, Installation since the adoption of this system of
of light service, and all the hundred taxation, to^see the advisability, not
and one things that go to make   'the to say necessity, of applying it here,
city beautiful'���these are   the    very      "The time is short," concluded Mr.
essence of progress,    and    must    be Trapp with a smile, "but It will prob-
taken up aud pushed through with a ably suffice to put these Ideas of mine
strong hand if  New  Westminster  is before the electors tn proper shape,
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X T. J. TRAPP'S MEETINGS
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Mayoralty Candidate T. J. Trapp will address
the ratepayers and electors of the west end at 8 p.m.
TONIGHT
at St. Barnabas parish hall.
Other meetings include:
Friday, Johnston's Hall, Sapperton, 8 p.m.
Monday night, ratepayers annual meeting, city hall.
Wednesday, Opera house, 8 p.m.
to take the place which rightly belongs to her by virtue of her location
and the strong desire of her citizens
to make their home a place of vaunt
and be proud of.
"But coincident with this policy of
and I shall then leave it In their
hands, with the utmost confidence
that they will realize the force of my
policy, judged by every standard of
clean progressive civic administration."
ARRANGE  FOR W. A.  BALL.
to
Good Time Promised at Function
Be Given in Aid of Hospital.
The arrangements for the ball to he
given by tlie Women's Auxiliary of
the Royal Columbian hospital In St.
Patrick's hall on January 12 are
now complete. The floor ls In first
class condition and "provision has
been made for non-dancers, who will
he able to amuse themselves at card
tables or watching the trippers from
the gallery.
An excellent supper will be served
by the ladies, turkey and other seasonable delicacies being featured.   As
support, it. is hoped a liberal response
will be their reward when the tickets
are offered for sale.
The general committee in charge of
the arrangements consists of Mesdames Rothwell, W. G. McQuarrie, L.
Richardson, J. Stilwell Clute ami
Misses Armstrong and Briggs.
matters generally, particularly
ing to technical education.
The commissioners state that British Columbia may be depended upon
to shortly inaugurate a campaign for
the promotion of technical education.
It has the money and is understood tu
be awaiting the report of the commi*
sioners before acting. The commissioners praise the work of the night
schools of Vancouver.
The commission will sail for Europe
at the conclusion of the Canadian
tour about the end of February,
spending approximately two months
in France, one month in Germany,
and one month divided among the
smaller countries���Switzerland, Bel
gium, Holland, Denmark, etc.
Commodore McCrackin Dead.
San Francisco, Jan. 4.���Commodore
Alexander McCrackin, U. S. N., retired, died at his home here yesterday
after a short illness, reciting from n
nervous breakdown. He wus sixty
years old.
into the rear of fhe Burlington with a
speed estimated at from thirty-five to
forty miles an hour.
The huge locomotive plowed
through the train ahead for three c*r
lengths before It was stopped. That
the death list is no larger is due to
the fact that there were only six persons In the two Pullmaifc. Nnt a
man in the Burlington standard sleepers escaped with his life. The Pullmans were smashed to splinters. Twt��.
coaches on the front of the Buriinr-
ton train were shoved off the track..
but the entire North Coast train remained on the rails.
Peru Will Arbitrate.
Lima, Peru, Jan. 4.. ��� Pern Was
agreed to submit its boundary dispote
with Ecuador to the arbitration of
The Hague tribunal. This is ta compliance with the suggestion contained
in tho joint note recently presented to-
the two republics by the mediating,
powers, the United States, Brazil arid:
Argentina.
Tournament Narrows Down.
In the Royal billiard tournament
yesterday Brisbane won from Bene-
dett and D. Wright won from R.
Smith. The tournament has now narrowed down to nine players: Brisbane, Wright, McCalg, McAllister.
Marshall, McCormack, Coldicutt. Turn
lt is now nearly twelve months since bull and Grant.   The games will   be
thf ladles made an appeal for public played off as soon as possible.
Masked Men Hold up Mail Car
on N. P. Express Near Seattle.
Seattle, Jan. 5.���A Northern Paci.ic spond quick enough, he wax sliat fai
express mail car was held up nnd the mouth. The clerks wore L-ictedlot
robbed by two masked men between a clothes closet while the bandits rtav-
Seattle and Auburn yesterday even- ped open the mail sacks and picked'
lng, the bandits escaping after shoot- over the registered mail. The iroatte-
ing one of the clerks ln the mouth.     j wns not discovered until tho    tnsln
The two men boarded the train Just reached Auburn, as that is the-
before leaving Seattle   and   entered  sttop made.    It is thought the
the mall ear. They ordered the two
mall clerks to throw up their handa,
Because one ot the men failed to re-
escaped nt Kent, a station wh��
train slows down, but docs not alan
The value of their haul ls imLunn.,
fi
-_��� * ';.  .\*��N*rVvSM!r
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TAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  JANUARY 5,
1911
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
ACREAGE    IN    THE    VICINITY    OF
NEW WESTMINSTER.
CANADIAN
IFIC.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
li. C. Coast Service
AIR BATHS SAID Tfl
PREVENT WINTER COEDS
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
WANTED���BV YOUNG LADY,
eral housework. Apply box -s,
News otlice.
GEN-
Daily
IVANTED���TO   BUY   AGREEMENTS
of sale; also properly close in: only
owners need communicate with
P. O. Hox 5, this ollice; all cash
transaction. 	
FORTY   ACRES
site of tlie big
established on the Fraser river,
can deliver this for a few days
10:00
1:00
J200 per acre
vestigate thu
maker.
good   land   near  the
elevators soon to by i
we 110:00 a.
at 11:30 p.
m Daily except Sunday
m ..   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
Latest Prescription for Health Has at
Least   Merit  of  Simplicity   and
Cheapness.
m.
m.
Daily
Daily
on    easy    terms.    In-
as   it is   a money-
2:00
in.
WANTED-
municaie
-LOTS TO
wiili Box
CLEAR.   COM-
;, this office.
WANTED���BY   AN    EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, work by tlie
day. Apply Miss McLean, 411 Tenth
street.	
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSrf
keeping rooms: good references.
Apply box S, News office.	
TWELVE   and   two-thirds     acres     in
Coquitlam near the growing town of
Port Moody, this will be good subdivision property very soon, as it is
thc highest land in the district.
We have some good acreage in Burnaby adjoining tlie city limits at very
reasonable prices.
HOMES ON EASY TERMS.
I��
TO   UNION
5:00 p. m	
TO PRINCE
11:00 p. m..
TO  QUEEN
11:00   p.   m.
!    Dec. 13, 2'
;TO'  HARDY
;  8:30 a. m..
TO NANAIMO.
..Daily except. Sunday
Air, bat lis  are  tbe  latest   prescription of tlie seeker after health. These1
cases arising from neighbors'  bickerings and other trivialities;
Troll ier, who is a French halfbreed, was accused by A. W. Nick-
less, a farmer, of stealing I lie rug
from a neighbor's shack. Tiie case
looked hlack, in spile of Troltier's indignant protests that he bad owned
tiie rug for years.
Finally the magistrate questioned
the accused if there was any distinctive mark he could recollect'on the
rug. 'l'he prisoner replied tDat two
years ago, lie dropped a cigarette on
the rug anl burnt a hole therein.
The rug, being produced in court.,
was examined and  Ibe old scar made
best combination in ibis work i,  ,,;,
ed  in the  crosses  with  the  Beed i
tlm wild strawberry, sent, by m,   |1iu'._
bank's  collectors  in  Chilli, ol i     ,' i
from  the  lolly   Cordilleras  in,, ,
and in tlie coast,  region or B0 ,���
South America, and also wilh Hi    ..,[���,_
wine.   Lungwort h's   Prolific,   M   .arch
Marshall, and some o four nali   ��� i - ,,
fornia berries, but no Btrikiftg
unexpected results were observed un.
lil the second general ion, win ,,
the  very  numerous  hybrid  bi i .
under    test   was   found   this    i
berry, which  was  at   once  recoj n      |
as the grand prize which has al
been   produced   after   much  expi
AND COMOX.
 Every Monday
RUPERT AND ALASKA
Dec. 3, 14, 21, Jan. 7, 21
CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
, Jan. 10, 24.
BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
 Every Thursday
aie    positively  recommended    as    a , |IV nlt. burning tobacco found as In-1labor, and care during tlie pasl
magic preventive for avoiding winter j dlcated by Trottior.
,i*.,*,.i .       i�� '     Moreover   the hole was enlarged as
colls.   At first they may seem too dii-
licult of accomplishment, but if one!
ty-live years."
would naturally follow I'i oul two
years' wear and I ear. Result, case
dismissed with cosis against Informant, and exit a triumphant halfbreed.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; first class
board; all home cooking. 1 rim-
very reasonable. Applj
street, city.
513 Agnes
WANTKD-SMALL RANCH, Improved, witli buildings, in the vic-
'nitv of New Westminster. lull
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. (i2 Hastings street east.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���ONE COOKING STOVF.
one dining table and chairs; in use
two mouths.   Apply Hu Ash st.
EXCHANGE   FOR
a new six roomed
at liol Eighth ave.
FOR SALE OR
vacant property
cottage.    Apply
FOR SALE���General store and building cn acre lot; bouse over stove,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postot-
Sice. telephone, agency C I
Dominion Express
New Westminster
lars, appy to A. C.
city.
SEVEN roomed
six foot lots,
near Queens
terms.
house and two sixty-
on Fourth avenue,
park;    $4500;    easy
DOUBLE  corner  on   Sixth  street  car
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND CHILLIWACK
; Leave  Westminster  S:00  a.  in.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
line; all in fruit trees, modern j
house, seven rooms; $4400, small '
cash   payment,  balance    in  install-j
I
ments every six months.
DOUBLE corner on Princess street,
two bouses bringing in good revenue; $1S00 for tlie. property,, will
accept small cash payment and the
balance can be arranged us rent.
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
II. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
R., and
agencies;    near
Full   partlcu-
D., 1'. O. Box 29
tf.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen;    comfortable, neat
in very good condition,
WE have some excellent building lots
in tlie west end of the city on easy
terms; get bold of some property
before the big advance wllich is sure
to come.
WHITE,   SHiLES   &   CO
Real   Estate  Agents.
628  and   746   Columbia
New  Westminster.
st.
scow house,
three rooms,
street, City.
etc.    Apply 20S Front
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real   Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.,. Foot of Sixth.
will only try one will see bow aston-
. isliing the results are.
And the beauty of this   magic   air
| hath    is   that  il   is    simplicity   itself.
There   is   no   cumbersome   apparatus,   FAST    LIVING    FILLS   ASYLUMS
no tiresome visits of the masseur, noi        .      ASSERTS  A   MEDICAL  MAN
I pounding and punching of an inoffen-1 	
j sive body. One merely has to lie still New York, Jan. I.���The records nf
I and allow gentle breezes to blow upon J American hustle are to be found in
'tlie body. the insane asylums. "The crying need
lf it is begun in time it will enable ���r t)u, present day," said Dr. M. Alone to defy the winter cough and ],,��� Starr, in addressing lhe Academy
cold, bronchitis and neuralgia. One ���f Medicine, "is a realization that wc
need only expose the skin, so enihu [jve too fast; that we work too bard;
siasts say, to Ihe air for fifteen oi' thai we strive too intensely; that, we
twenty minutes, a half hour or an fee) too keenly. Moderation, not ex-
hum-, night and morning, to annihilt- ,.oss leads to health."
ate the horrid cold germs which aro
everywhere ready to seize upon any-
ono who gets a chill and so If -s her
self open to attack.
Hence  the  danger of draughts  anl
wet. feet.    Our usual habits give tlie
FRENCH CABARETS ARE
GETTING VERY NUMEROUS
Paris,  Jan.   i,���The   senate   i i   m n
engaged  in  Hi  discussion of the Mil
for the limitation and control ol  pub.
lie   houses.     There   were  tllirtj     ���
ago as many as 334,000 cabarets   ia
Paris and  the  provinces, but  the
ure is now close on 500,000 with aa
average of i  per so Inhabitants m- i
for 30 grown-up men.    Roubalx, a    L
matter   of   fact,   contains   one    pi '
house  for every   36 of  its  poptttntl
As M. Guerln, the committee's "rap.
porteur,"   pointed   out   in   lhe   i!.
every   one     acknowledged   lhat .
number of the cabarets had grown i
oossivc owing to the unlimited  I ��� ������
dom  granted  by  law of  IKkii     SI
The meetfttg was called to discus;  fi(.s Bhowed  ,,,'.,,   the departmenl   In
the   prevention   oi   Insanity,  on   Hi" whi(,h BiCOholism was most  prevalent
theory that many cases now incurable i'i'' Hie result of trivial causes,
which, if their sepiel had been fore-
Been,  might   have  been  checked   i��'
ikin no opportunity of hardening ii- [0re thev became Irremediable
Dr. Albert Warren Ferris, president
of the Btate lunacy commission, esti
milled that almost half thc ci ses i f
insanity under observation tn the
st-.ite hospitals wire the result of
loose living and  nervous strain.
HORTICULTURAL     MARVEL.
66-FOOT lots
Port   Mann:
n choice sub-division
$460,  easy  terms.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to train. Immediate possession. Apply Owner. Box 279, City.
FOR* SALK OR RENT BY OWNER.
6even room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
TO  RENT���A  FLAT.     APPLY  MRS.
II. Nelson, 917 Fifth avenue.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
ROOM TO RKNT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.	
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, coiner
cy,InrnMo <��t.re. t   .nd rimksnn
TEN ACRES in southwest, one-quarter, section :i'i, Township 2. Surrey;
$200 per acre;  terms.
OWNERS, we can sell or rent your
properties if right. Send particulars:  satisfaction to all guaranteed.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Real   Estate.
Columbia Street.      New Westminster.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimates
of
CORRECT,
STYLISH '
PRINTING ]
Given   on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
self.      It  is treated like a    hothouse
plant.    We cover it every minute.
If one would indulge in the beneficial air bath one must spend twenty
minutes before retiring without one's
clothing. Then in the morning bathe
and do up the hair before covering the
skin wiili the day's clothing. Tins..
measures alone constitute an effective
air bath and will lessen the senstbll-l
Ity of the skin ami liability to cold in ' Wizard    Burbank    Evolves
a few (lavs' lime. Strawberry.
A more elaborate wav for taking Santa Ana. Cal. Jan. 4.���Luther
the air bath is recommended by a Burbank announces the creation of a
noted physician. Select the sunniest strawberry of a new type, the "Pata-
room in the house, if the window is gonla." The plant wizard Eays the
overlooked    by    neighboring    houses  '"'n> is *���*���* 'esult of years ol' effort.
ripens lirst  and continues  lo bear
. ,l  the  longest,    The  leaves are  larger
flo r  in  the
New
plan- a low screen before it. Then un-''
dress, wrap yourself in
blanket, and lie on Hie
sunshine.
SAVED   BY   CIGARETTE,
HALF-BREED    REJOICES
Lloydminster. Jan. I.���"Saved Ity a
cigarette." would be a fitting title for
the drama in real life enacted here.
A. Troitier was arrested and brought
into Ll i.vdininster this week by Constable Darwin of tlie It. N. \Y.M. IV,
and charged with tlie theft of a valua-
j hie skin rug Tl.e case stands oul
dramatically from the police reporl
for the month  with  Its list  of petty
'and unusually thick and firm, with a
'thin, Bllky down, and "are never In-
lured bj sunburn, where other varieties .ue either seriously browned or
wholly destroyed."
The berries are uniformly large,
sini'le berries sometimes weighing an
ounce, ami of a tine Bcarlel color, with
handsome pale flesh. The Beeds are
so small as to he almost imperceptible. The new straw berry melts in
t'ie mouth,  wiih  a  Bweel   pineapple,
strawberry     and     cream-like     ll LVOr,
Burbank says:
"Some twenty-flve years ago the
worl;   of  Improving   the   strawberrj
furnished     ihe   greatest     numbei    \
young men  who could not he ail in.     ���!
to tl.e service with the colors, or who
had to he i-ent home pending theli re
turn alter a while for another mi li.
cal examination. The figure in tbo
Seine inferieure was 2:1 per cenl and
in lhe Ome it actually n-se in 55 ; 1 r
cent. Ahohotism progressed with ���
number of cabarets.
Another senator, however, maintained that a great deal ul nl
was also taken at home. "II 1
the workmen alone *\ho is ad I
to alcohol, but (be wife and the
ilren  as  well,"  lie said.    The  resull ol
this Important  debate, however, may
easily be foreseen, as legisla!  ���
practically   unanimous   in   the
that something musl he done to
out a glaring evil.
was commenced on m>  groun 11  Th"
Gardiner & Gardiner
BOGUS  DOCTOR  CONVICTED.
Pleads  Guilty  to  the  Charge    and   Is
Fined $75.
Moose  Jaw.  Jan.   -I.��� I    E.   Com
was convicted at 1 he police < mi
day on two charges of having wi
fully  assumed   the title ol   M    D., and
of Inning  led  people to int'"   '
v. 1   a qualified medical practl n
pleaded guilty to the cbargt nd .('
er the hearing ot evidence wa
'. icte I on the second. Fines o! * '.
$25  res] eel l\ elj   were  Imposi d   1
mee has been treating patients I   1
city ahout   a  month.     Qeorge    Bur-
roughs prosecuted for the Sasknl
wan  College "f  Physicians and Sur
geons.
LOST.
LOST���WALTHAM WATCH, AT
noon, the "rd, between Second
street and Third avenue, First an i
Royal avenue. Finder return to
thi.; ofli-"? and receive reward.
LOST���TUESDAY MORNING, GOLD
loci et containing two photos, between V iu'sir lintel and Dominion
Trusl block. Finder kindly return
to Daily Xews and obtain reward.
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
��hone 661 Residence Phone 133
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V2   to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FOUND.
FOUND���A BUNCH OF KEYS ON
ring, near Pine street. Finder can
have same by proving property and
paying for advertisement. Daily
News office.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO   LOAN ON   IMPROVED
"business and central residential
properly. The People's Trust Co.,
i.td., Loan Department.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   ....
RESERVE   ...
Branches through
""Newfoundland, anu
Hind, New York, Cl.
U.S.A., and Mexico
banking business
ters of Credit issue'
correspondents ln
world.
Savings Bank Derailment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
jannum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
$14,400,000.00
11.000,000.00
out Canada and
in   London,   Eng-
(ago aud Spokane,
City. A general
transacted.   Lot
1,   available   with
all    parts of   the
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TTaie. hone R 113. Office: Princess 8t
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW WE8T-
minster Board of Trade meets in tbe
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each mouth;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on tlie third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BAKKI8-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. WhlteBlde, H
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, 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.
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 ofiice. Columbia St.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver
siz.
12:10���From
and Okanagan.
and  Agas-
Kootenay
Montreal,
(No. 97).
17:05���From  Vancouver.    (No. 9fi).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8: P,0���To Vancouver, Seattle, Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 07).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal 1N0  9G).
17:50���To Agassi/, and Vancouver.
21:10���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
II. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
22
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd 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 secre-
tarj
COAL!
������   RING UP 56  �����
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnectlng, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
1-3 Off
House
Coats
January Stock Reducing Sale
Bargains   in   Men's Wear
$13.00 House Coats $9.00
10.00     "       "      6.65
9.00     "       "      6.00
6.00     "       "      4.00
$17.50 Bath Robes $11.70
10.00 " " 6.65
12.00   "       "        8.00
25 per cent, off all other lines, Men's and Boys' Suits
Overcoats, Shirts Hats, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves
ETC.
See  Our Window  Displays for Bargains.
Reid fe? Company
Tne Store of Satisfaction   -  601 Columbia St. THURSDAY,  JANUARY   5,  1911
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THK BE.
Winter Term Starts  Tonight
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
iaage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
^''siness Accounts opened
o.i iavorab!e  terns.    ::    ::
INCCRPCRATED 1855
ASSETS   $43,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE.:,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
COLORED fOLK TO      CATARACT CITY .. . ,     .
��� Correspondence t
COME TO EDMONTON       A GRETNA GREEN I .*
(The Daily News is not responsible
 ��� | for the opinions expressed by Its cor-
����- i ��� nr    iii        ' respondents.)
Advance Party of   Thirty- Mi *.   Americans Wedded on ___
the Canadian Side - Rake- Ed"or' Da,ly x"ws:
Sir���Allow me through  the rol urns
off to Hack Drivers.
Who Said New Year's ?
\\ ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
I
It is time to start on your New Year's work.    We
have just received a  Splendid  Assortment of Novel-   _
tics   for   making   up.     Al1   ���*>�����   the   Newest   Designs.   I
A. J. BIRTCH
The H hite House 617 Columbia Street
Gold Watches for Lafitei from .12.76
IP.
Silver Watches, gents' open fa"
16.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' op<>n case
��7-50 up.
Ap ent tor Waltham ancl Klgin
R'atehvs.
four Has Already Reached
Northern City.
E Imonton, Jan. 4.���The   Edm mton
'��� a    :a rails. Oni . Jan. 4.   Follow-
of your paper to say a  few words to
my fellow taxpayers of Langley municipality:
As it   is  now understood  that our
���.,,,.   '._^m^_r  \__Mt_________________M p"'
Immigration offlce took on an appear    "8 the example of Wind or, Niagara   likelj  to seek re-election, lei me call
anee somewhat   similar to thai  ot a   falls   ha    be   rhe a so,,    of Gretna   :���"'"��� ""entloa   to  three   years   ago.
,..n    BtfltlM   in   Uabama    .   .,.      Ireen  for  United  States couples en-   when he took uB the burden, of office.
railwa    stat on  in   Alabama    >       . matrimony.    Thi,      t   I remember aright he had as th��
day when thirty-four colored people -      h,s|1. q| i;|, _fv. ^ , ..     maln  plank  ol  his  platTorm   a   toad
men,   women     and   childien   cf    ^1! :i0n which re-iuires couples to be re3i- supor' ng "'   ���"""'"
  ���   '����� **'���* ����� '���'dents of tho state when married   and "r "!'v"' l;" ll: s 1""'or  '"   '" :'"" lt
��� !,i,h necc sitates the publication of haTve th^uide^ carried """ ,-n��ct-
the Intention to manv for weeks be-      '" ,:,:' ,1:" ",,U! c��me '":' ",ls mov��-
ore the deed is done.   To avoid the men1 H",.l wlth H the reduction of oul-
���estrictions  of   the   \ow   York    law, council from seven to flve members,
es and  bridegrooms to the num- ' do n'" advocate the abolition ol the
ter ol  possiblj  a  hundred   a   month war.  s-vsu'm al  thlB time- but   T do
���ross ii," bridge to receive the kindly ������*>'  e1 "s cu( down the number cf our
ministrations of the Canadian clergy.'wards ''""J1 sl* "' four '!ntl wllh olK"
  . . ... ,ri.\i.       r.   :,yr,      lut,       /-.innc-ll        mr.rtTWr>i��
ages   crowde 1  Into  tlie  ha.l   to   ha
their nam* s reg li tered on t he books
They havi come here from Okla-
jhomas and will sick homestead
somewhere in the Edmonton district.
Until suitahle holdings have b in
located the families ��ill n main in
Edmonton. 'i he heads < f tho respective households arc oul today
looking for housi a
First    This    Winter.
This is the flrsl colony of colored
folks  to ariive in  Edmonton  as  yel
nas   liii'i'iifii   ine   ai-   :-      -     - --. -      -   -      ;    :
Falls   backmen, who!Mos1 "' ���'" Vl" ���',"r,,f' with me that
The business has received the at
m'iumii I i he^^^^^^^^^^^~~~
twig the seekers after matrimony al
i glance, and eon lm i them, tor a consideration, to the issuer of marriage
licenses and then to the parson.
There is some feeling in the city, ow
ri eve   make   five   council   membei ���������
this winter.   During lasl January sev-jing  to tho  report, that  the hackmen
eral   panics came from Oklahoma  to  are allowed a  "raki   iff," nol  onlj   bj
Edmonton and scattered through the the iss'!'''' '" licenses, but by a clergy
man to whom tho happy couples are
districts north and west, some going taken An ���,.,.,���., ,s |n , ., ,���._,, .���
to Athabasca  Liindjng.whereane.ro   s ,,,;,.   ,,,���, e;1ure    ,m   ,Ue      ,.���������,,
settlement   is   growing    .md    *omo!t||a,  ���  ,������,._ tOQ ,. |;(h ,jkn (hc cQm.
west along the grade of the G. T. P.
There are five families in the party
that arrived at. the Edmonton immigration office yesterday. One man, |
\V, M. Payne, has a family of seven
children. The oldest i.s Mary Sue.
aged twenty-two, and the youngesl Is
a  two-year-old   picanniny  nameti, Lov
mercialization  of   a   religious   ceremony.
CANADA    PEAT   MINING
TO  BE   HUGE    INDUSTRY
'The old order changeth, giving
place to the new." and as I believe we
shall have nearly entirely new members in the council, the time is ripe.-
for a change.
I would, therefore, ask eacli of my
fellow taxpayers to pul men In that
our progressive; that ihe name ot*
Langley may rank as high as any of
tlie municipalities of the Fraser Valley.
A  LANGLEY  TAXPAYER
Langley, B. C, December 29, 1910:
He added it would mean a great,
thing for Canada should the deposits
prove to ha\e strong calorific power,
as the price of coal in the west is
high.    He stated that the government.
from eighteen years to two months ui
^_U
Forced   Out.
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
.-��� --- . , ,     Ottawa,  Jan.  4.���That pent mining. .......   ...
atie.    N.  II. Hamilton, another of the   will  be  one  of  Canada's  greatest  in-j had  no  Intention  of  carrying on   the
party,  has    eight    children,   ranging| dustries was the statemeni of Dr. Eu-  peat industry, but would continue to
gene Haanet, director of the mines de-  operate the test plant in Ontario,
partment, today.      The doctor added      Dr. Haanel has received word of a
Forced   uut. | that next year the departmenl intend.;   man  in  this   city  who   experimented
"The movement of the colored peo making tests in Manitoba to find fuel with peat as a domestic fuel and
pie from Oklahoma is the result ot value of the large deposits of peatl found it a success, saving $33.75 on
activities  on  tbe  part,  of  white  peo-   which have been reportel there. 'his winter's coal bill.
l>le   in   that   state  in   purchasing   the .
lands held by the negroes and thus
forcing them to look tor land else-
where," said Mr. Webster, at the im-
Wishing Our Patrons
the Compliments
of the Season
migration office yesterday. "The lac: !
thai the colored man is looked on in
comparative disfavor there has led j
large number to move away in for
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mer years, and  the  darkies who still
    ��� ~"*~"?   remain in the state have things made
l��H       f^% * isi      , so  unpleasant   for them that  at  limes
All       dOCla      Water   ""-V are forced to sell their land foi
' what they can get for it.
"Tbey can move 10 West rn Can
ada. where tliey can a. ain obtain
homesteads as they did originally in
Oklahoma."
B.C. Mills
limber   and  Trading   Co.
Cha
in
THE
JEWELER
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon:    1 take it for gn
that you have never tried tlie
ACME BRAND
'or you would change your mind. Acmo
is in ti class by itself. Once tried���
always used.
Our special champagne is a winner.
Vou ought to try a case for Christmas ! Price fl.26, case and bottles to
be returned.
Factory:   Sim; son  Street.
Office:   304   Columbia   Street.
Tel. 689. New Westminster, B. C.
Manufacturers  and  Dealers in  AU Kinds ot
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box   13'
ROW   IN   AFRICA.
ro
Bed
During our  January  Sale   our   Beds s
will be marked extremely low in price.
We have just received a new shipment of Iron
and Brass Beds which will be included in this sale.
The designs are new, attractive, and the enamel is
of the best.
MERE   ARE THE  PRICES:
$22.50 Value full size Brass Bed for $15.90
Iron Beds in all sizes at the following prices:
$20.00.
17.50.
18.00.
17.00.
16.50.
.VALUE $14.75
   13.00
   13.35
   12.90
  12.00
{��
$15.00 VALUE $11.65
14.50       "         ".50
9.50       "             7.50
7.50.....       "             5.65
5.50       "           4.00
Special Bed (all sizes) good spring, sanitary cotton felt top mattress,
JANUARY  SALE  PRICE,  $8.00
SEE   OUR  WINDOWS
Galloway & Lewis
UP-TO-DATE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Phone 829.    Corner Columbia and Fourth Street.   New We.tminster.
New P.irliart-etit Spent Several Weeks
Bickering Over Speaker.
Capetown, Jan. 4.���After several
weeks ol ci emoule^ umi formalities,
the Union Parliament has settle.
down to business. Hiilieito the sti
iin'_s liave been short, ami the debates have lieen of a mm parly nature. The fiii-t bills introduced by
the government are consolidating
'���ill< to obtain uniformity throughout
the union in Buch matters as naturalization, public holidays, etc. But ll
parliament itself has been dull and
Indolent, cabinet and caucus hoth
have heen busy during the last month,|
and there lias be n trouble behind
the scenes In connection with the appointment of the speaker and other
'points on which the Merriman section of the Ministerialists liave been
at variance with the Botha section.
So far Mr. Merriman aud the Cape
Nationalists, with their Free State
allies, have pot the better of the
Transvaal Nationalists. A Cape man
lias been nut in the speaker's chair,
and a Free Stale nominee has 1 een
made president of the senate: the
chairman of committees in both
ho:ises is a Cape member, and tlie
chief .overnment whip, like lhe chief
Opposition whip, also a Cape representative.
As for tlie Transvaal, it lias suc-
ceede:l in having Transvaal olllcers
appointed as clerk of the house of assembly and of the Senate, and the
Transvaal sergenat-at-at-arm now is
eergeant-at-arms for the Union parliament, after a very close contest.
Questio&S of finance promise togivq
rise to tlie liveliest debates before
many days are over.
CALGARY  MAN  SAYS
MOISTORE IS NEEDED
Calgary, Jan. 4.���"Although tlu-
country looks fairly pood jusi now, we
are goin.. to have a had year unless
the present fine weather breaks up
and we get a little more snow and
moisture." said Alderman James
Hornby, who has just returned to the
city from an extensive trip up north.
Mr. Hornby, did not refer to the Ij
north country 'particularly, stating
that the south country would be the
mast affected. He was in the south
some two weeks or so ago, and even
then the ground was dry to the wheat
roots, and the farmers generally were
not feeling; too optimistic, although
they realized that there is yet time
for the necessary moisture to come.
"My experience here is that a fine
winter means a dry spring and summer, and conse'tnently a had year fo.-
the farmers, nn.l we all know what a
bad year for the farmers means," s:iid
Mr. Hornby.
Other old-time residents who have
hud long experience in this country
are of the same opinion as Mr. Hornby, but as yet they are not worrying,
as the farmers generally have their
ground well    prepared and    all    the!
moisture that they wlll get wlll soak
right. In and be retained by tbe soil
instead of running off along the surface as it has done in   other years
when the ground was not so well prepared. .
LTiL^\"a-.-i L__m_ssarW_^t Ens&ep*
Sale
OF
Heavy Winter Overcoats
We are taking stock and must
cut down our overcoat stock
Read these
Prices;
$18.00 Overcoat
$14.00
$17.00 Overcoat
$12.00
$15.00 Overcoat
$11.00
$14.00 Overcoat |
$10.00      I
f^  SeTthie^ats
in window
|,The Wardrobe Clothier
671  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C
I ...>��**w  .\1KVjV -v{S>i��,��HSX<>*��-
PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JANUARY  5,   1911
The Daily News
?'nblishcd by The Daily News Publish-
ins; Company, Limited, at their offices,
���corner    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
IE. A. Paige Managing Director
THURSDAY,  JANUARY 5,  1911
HIS YEAR OF OFFICE.
The appearance of Mr. T. J. Trapp
iis a candidate for the position of
thief magistrate of New Westminster
'luring the coming year has met with
wide and general approbation. For
jome time past there has been a
.steadily growing feeling of dissatisfaction with the way in which the affairs of the city have been administered, and as the date of the Municipal election has approached there has
been a widespread expression of the
noed for some stronger, better and
snore siDcere man at the head of af-
Jairs.
Looking to the important position
which New Westminster has attained
jind the certainty of its advance to
rbe forefront among cities on tlie Pa-
t-iBc coast, it is most necessary tha'
���vet*, should have for our chief magistrate ene whose personal Integrity is
beyond cavil, whose experience of the
1-ity's history and concerns is thorough, who comprehends and appreciates the importance of every step
taken in relation to the future welfare and progress of New Westminster, and whose fitness for the office
is such that none are likely to have
reason to feel concerned 01 ashamed
of aught that he may do. We venture to assert that there is no man
among us better qualified to prepare
nnd direct the policy which is essential to tbo future well being of this
progressive community that Mr. T. J.
Trapp.
Mayor Lee has failed entirely to fulfil the expectations which were fos-
lered by his promises so freely made
a year ago. lt. is worth while to con-
aider what he Ins done and what ho
Sliis lefl undone. The list of his honor-
aide achievements is a very short one
indeed, so short as to be entirely
negligible. But he has done many
rhings which are discreditable to bim.
He has brought upon the city the
evil reputation of one that will not
���leal fairly and squarely with eorpora-
;ion. having or desiring to have interests in New Westminster. At no
?jme is a policy that produces such a
-.result a wise one, lint at this juncture
in our affairs, when our city is moving onward towards the position of i
husy industrial community and a
-gieat shipping centre, nothing should
*ie done to alarm capital or destroy
-confidence among th.e heads of important, undertakings desiring to
secure some franchise, privilege o:'
.rani tliat will give them closer 00a-
naetlza wit'.i the commercial interests
sit the  Hoy; 1 ( ity.
A ; ear age, when seeking election,
iiis v.">:s.i.i ni 1 e much of what he
styled Star Cbatnber methods and the
rule of an autocrat, and declared that
he would have none of these. But we
.liave had more of secret conclaves
.and autocratic action during the year
just closed than ever before. As to
the former the smuggling through of
a resolution to increase the remuneration of the mayor's salary and the recent conference of the council anent
she financial condition of the city,
may be mentioned as two instances.
in regard to dictatorial methods,
fim*; after time, .Mayor Lee has
sprung upon the council and the pub-1
flic reports of important steps which
lie has taken without the slightest
consultation with his administrative
colleagues. We want no more of tills
���policy of embarrassment and annoyance, which is so seriously detriinent-
. .al to the interests of our city. We
need a clean handed man, who will
handie our administrative affairs
-���sensibly and in a business-like way,
one who has no questionable motives,
who will encourage progress, deal
honestly with all, and be fair, square
and above board in every action that
he takes.
City of New Westminster, Municipal Election, 1911.
VOTE FOR
T. J. TRAPP
FOR MAYOR
On the following Platform:
1. Progress by honest and clean handed
civic administration.
2. Economy in all departments of our
municipal government.
3. Improvement and maintenance in first-
class condition of the streets and avenues, and
of all main roads running into the city.
4. The adoption of the single tax system.
5. Encouragement to all railway undertakings entering or passing through the city.
6. The establishnent of new and useful
industries, and employment of white labor only.
7. Extension and improvement of car line
system, including the Fraser Mills and Lulu
Island extensions, a new city system and the
cut-off on the interurban line.
8. Segregation of Oriental and white
children in our schools.
9. Eight-hour workday for all civic
employees.
10. Deepening of the Fraser River.
Committee Rooms, Blackie Block (over Bank of Toronto)
All supporters of Mr. T. J. Trapp are invited
to meet every evening at 8 p.m.
RALPH CHURTON, Secretary.
BIG PARTY TO TAKE
TRIP TO SCOTLAND
Toronto, Jan. 4.���One thousand residents in Canada and the United
States, of Scoti ish birth or parentage,
���will make a pilgrimage to the land
*x*1 cakes next July In specially char-
raied Steamers, if plans organized yes-
;terday In Toronto are carried out.
An International committee has
foeen selected to carry out the pro-
.ram, composed of one hundred Scots-
men The movement Is unconnected
with any BcotlSh society, but em
braces all Scotsmen on the continent
The route is lo be by the All m
Biners from Montreal to Glasgow, ar-
rajJBements having been made for the
exclusive use of the "Grampian" and
*be "JJc��: erlan."
Ladies and Gentlemen:
In response to a numerously signed
and influential invitation i have consented to become a candidate at the
forthcoming election of mayor for the
the city of Now Westminster, for the
year 1911.
If 1 have the honor to be elected aa
your chief magistrate it will he my
earnest endeavor to maintain that
high responsible position with all the
dignity which it demands and deserves, and to strive always towards
the progress and advancement of our
noble city. To this end I shall particularly devote my efforts to the following purposes:
Economy in all departments of our
municipal government consistent
with the efficient administration of
the city's affairs, keeping taxation at
the lowest possible figure that the
carrying out of those public works
and improvements rendered necessary
by the progress and advancement of
our city will allow.
Among such works and Improvements I consider that our streets
and avenues should receive primary
consideration, for the maintenance of
these in first, class condition must
contribute materially to the prosperity of New Westminster. Closely connected therewith and of equal importance is the provision of an ample
supply of good, pure water and the
Improvement of our sewerage system.
To these and other matters concerning the health of our city I sliall always give my closest attention.
I am a strong advocate of what Is
known as the single tax system, believing this to he the method of assessment which Is fairest to all and
most advantageous to the city.
The position of New Westminster
in relation to the growth and expansion of the province of British Columbia is such as to necessitate a careful   watch   being   kept   upon   iresefit
and prospective railway developments.
Undertakings of this character, whether the motive power be steam or
electricity, must liave a considerable
influence upon the prosperity and advancement of N'ew Westminster, and
I consider that every encouragement
should be afforded to all railways entering or passing through here. My
policy will be to provide every reasonable facility for their accommodation.
In this connection I may say that I
shall uphold the piinciple of employing only white labor upon all
municipal, railway, public works, and
industrial undertakings.
Towards the same purpose of increasing the prosperity of and brightening the prospects for N'ew Westminster I shall use my best endeavor
to secure the establishment of new
and useful industries In our midst.
Convinced as I am that the extension and improvement of the car lino,
system will be of great advantage to
our city I shall devote my efforts to
securing the early completion of tho
projected extension to Kraser Mills,
the provision of a belt line through
the heart of the city, and the con-1
strtictlon of the cut off on the interurban line, so as to provide travelling
facilities for residents in all parts of
the city; also the commencement at
once of the Lulu Island branch. j
I believe that the construction and
maintenance of good main roads entering and leaving the city is of tho
highest Importance to Its progress
and welfare, and I shall devote par j
tlcular attention to this branch of
municipal work, knowing as I do, thei
immense Importance of immediate attention being paid to the Lulu Island
main road, and the arteries leading to
Burnaby and other municipalities.
To education affairs I will continue to give my earnest consideration and thought, particularly in the
direction of  providing    smaller    and
more schools distributed over the
wide area of our city. 1 am a strong
advocate for the segregation ol
oriental and white children, and my
efforts will be directed towards tho
accomplishment of this much to be
desired arrangement.
In regard to the carrying out of the
proposed Improvements to the main
channel of the Kraser as well as to
the North Arm I regard these as ol
the highest importance to the future
welfare and progress of New Westminster as well as to the whole of the
Kraser Valley, and I sliall strive to
secure the early undertaking of this
work.
I shall endeavor to secure at all
times the Btrict and proper observance of all city by-laws.
I am in favor of an eight-hour day.
and believe that the general adoption
of this principle would 'be to the advantage of all.
My aim, in the event of my heing
elected, will always be to so conduct
the duties of this high office as to not
only invite and secure the confidence
of my fellow citizens, but. to work in
harmonious association with those
gentlemen who are elected by tha
ratepayers to sit as aldermen and
conduct the affairs of the city during
the coming year. I am convinced
that only In this way, by the Joint ef
forts of the whole council, can tho
best Interests of our city he safeguarded, and I can assure the electors
that nothing will be attempted without the council being fully advised.
In conclusion I may say that my
object will be to secure progress by
honest and clean handed civic admin
Istration, with fair dealing for all, and
I hope to have the pleasure of explaining my views more fully at. the different meetings that will be held before
the election.
Yours respectfully,
T. J. TRAPP.
59--PHONES--691
We are reducing our stock of
Heating Stoves
See our line and get prices before
buying.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
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Call in and have them tested. The latest
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work a  specialty.   All  work guaranteed.
���
j Ryall's Drug Store \
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* ���
** 4
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:   a, 6:60, 6:20, 6:60 l:2it $
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at   6,  7,  8  and  every   half
hour until 11 p. ttt.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:Jo a. in., 11:20
a. in., and ;'. :L'0 p. in.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
City.
20-minute service from u:-lo a. m. until   11:20   p,   m.     Sunday���-20-minutes
service  fiom  8  a.  in.   until   Ll:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
L'n-minute service from 0:11 a. ni. until  11:3]  p.  m      Sjd;Ij. ��� 11 mlD lies
service fiom  8:10 a. in. until   11:30p. m.
-ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER    ERMJC  '..
Trains leave  N'ew  Westminster for  Vancouver at TK and every hour l).	
ifter up to ll p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains lea\e N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at S a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter  up tn  11  p. in.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave  N'ew  Westminster  I:   15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave  N'ew  Westminster 9 a. in. and i'. p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
DELTA
For  Acreage,   Large and
Small, Priced Right
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia St.
W. R. GILLEY
'Fhone 122
G. E. GILLEY
Phone 191
Gilley Bros. Ltd
Office and Bunkers, 902 Columbia St.
We take this opportunity of thanking all our
customers for their patronage during the last year,
and trust they will favor us with a continuance of
same.
We are still handling the famous Wellington and Comox, house
and steam coal, and Cumberland Forge coal, and the celebrated
Portland cement, Vancouver brand, Uosehank lime, Tacoma plaster,
also an Improved plaster already mixed with sand, ready for use.
We have a good supply of Vitrified pipe, crushed rock, gravel,
sand, etc.
We have Increased and improved our plant during tho past year,
and expect to be in a position this year to supply everyone at rock-
bottom prices. THURSDAY,  JANUARY 5,  1911
<. THE DAILY NEWS. %
PAGE FIVE).
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SPORTS :       ���-       :
- ��� ���.���.���a���a���*.���i.       ���a       ���a      ���a.
A    BIG    COCKING    MAIN.
Eighty   Battles    Were    Fought    From
Sunday   Midnight   Until   Monday.
Montreal, Jan. 4.���One of the biggest cocking mains thai has been
held in this province in recent years
anl from the cock fighters' point of
view, one of the most successful, was
pulled off Clu isi mas night at Mas-
couche, on tbe Quebec line of the Canadian Pacific railway, twenty-seven
inilis from Montreal. There were
eighty pairs of game birds, ami the
lighting that commenced at midnight.
Sunday lasted nniil the crowd -of
"spoils" thai wenl. out from Montreal
had to leave to catch the afiernoon
train frome Quebec at 5f:36 Monday
afternoon.
The cockpit was on tho top floor of
a hotel, where, In addition, a temporary bar Had heen erected, a gambling wheel was in operation, and a
crap game was conducted,
There were ahout 200 "sports" present, many of them well known local
followers of the cockpit, and considerable money changed bands on the
battles between the different birds.
Some of those from Montreal almost
went broke when a local bird, with a
reputation as a Qghter was killed in-
side half a minute hy a bird from
joliette that had little or no reputation i nthe cockpit. The belting was
15 to E on tlie Mi>ntreal rooster. As
soon as the birds flew al each other
the Joliette cock ran bis steel spur Into : In- Montreal bird and killed him.
There were several short mains, bul
in many battles the birds fought until they could do no harm to each
othei with their spurs and the main
only ended when one of the birds
tumbled over and lay exhausted in1
tlie bottom of the sawdust  cockpit.
Whenever    the    pit    became    tool
bloodj   for  the  birds  to bailie  in  llie'
aked   sawdust   was   shoveled
out   aid   i rei ii   sawdust    thrown   ln.
There was never anv sigh of Interfer-
,   from the lime tlie "sports," with
their hags of game cocks arrived at
luche al midnight Sunday, g lng
���.-   on   the   11:30   train    for   Quebec,
the  Place  Viger  Station, until
. . lefl tli   hotel to catch the alter-;
.  nain for home on Monday   The
.- thai took part In the main were
from Montreal. Joliette, Three Rivers
n l Quebec.
JAIL    SENTENCES    AND
FINES   FOR  GAMBLERS
��� ��������������������������������������������
Who  is  the  man  with   the   massive
brain.
les with   might
"PEARLY   STRIKE.
t he-
is the
brain,
Who  delwd   in        ^^^^^^^^^^^
and main
And discovered the fact that in forty-
eight
A lot was bought for a can of bait,
And just last, month was easily sold
For  a    thousand    dollars    in    yellow
gold'
Who
Moses B.
man   with   the    strident
^^   is   tlie    ^^^^^^^^^^^
voice;
The   poor   man's   friend,   the   people's
choice,
Who swore that the law might stretch
his neck
Before    he   would    sign   the   beastly
cheque,
Hut he took It all hack in heaps an I
chunks
And  signed  the  slip  for the  needful
plunks?
John A. Lee.
Who are the men in the public eye
Who are going to do or probably die.
Who will keep the place on lhe downward trend
If  it  doesn't   buckle  nor   break   nor
bend:
Who  will  look  in  the   records���stop
looking wise;
Come    down     off    tlie    perch
apologize?
Moses B.
and
John   A
Subtle Mixing Up of Orders Is Latest
Weapon  of  Workers.
Paris, Jan. 4.���A new form of striking is now being inaugurated in
France under the style of the greve
which i.s a strike of extremely
and   perfect  pearl-like  chai
perlee,
delicate
actor.
"The "pearly strike" Is no turning
out in mass, no noisy threat of suspending  all   services,  and   no   violent
sabotage.    It  is a sly and subtle mijc-._. ^.
ing up of duty and disobedience or oV press it
through  every  compartment  to  see
that nobody has offended against tin
rule of not spitting  on  the floor,  or
make a long Inquiry to find out if no-
I body  has    lit  a cigarette in a    non-
! smoker's carriage.    In  fact,  there  is
I no  end  to  the  variety and  diversity
that may be introduced into the new
sport  of  greve  perlee,  and  the  only
| remedy that appears to be possible is
1 immediate   dismissal   for   "excess    of
zeal "   A new form of strike and insubordination   can   only   call   forth   a
| new means of finding out how to re-
"Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both!"
They will if you take Shakeskakb
NAfe^PEPS^BLETS
mischief done under cloak of nat in
accident. For instance, there may]
he three trucks full of goods starting!
from one station in three different di-'
rections. Nothing is easier than to
make a mistake in aliixlng the labels
of destination and sending the one
that was meant for Calais to Nancy, |
tlie Nancy one to Bordeaux, and the!
Bordeaux one to Calais; or the de-j
spatch sheet may be lost, and with
out it no conductor can take
of any wagons.
Supposing  that   thir-i   system
plied   to  a   few   thousand
wagons    which    have   heen
PROMPT    PAYMENT.
and
Lee.
.._���_        sent    ...
wrong directions all over France, the
confusion and difficulty of remedying
the errors may be imagined. Then
there is tlie Italian method hy wbicli
the employee displays excess of zeal,
according lo the strict letter of the
regulations. The engine driver Is
bound lo see that every nut and boll
in Ids engine is tight, and at every
station be nroceeds to insnect. losing
hours of time. A conductor also may
spend  anolner  hour  or  two  m   going
The People's Trust Co. Ltd., New
Westminster, B.C. Genllemen: Re
North Empire Insurance policy No.
:"!i.r>.'J., we beg to acknowledge receipt
of your Cheque for $13.25 in payment
of the loss under the above policy. We
I heg to tender our thanks for the
Charge j promptness in which you have made
this settlement.    Yours truly,
is  ap- LEWIS & ORME.
trucks and I	
ln!������
They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, and make life worth
living again for the viotim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. If your druggist has
not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail them. 35
National Drug and Chemical Companj of Canada. Limited.
MontraaL
REMOVAL NOTICE.
GOOD  INCREASE.
Won-
Insurance   Business  Has  Grown
derfully of Late.
Along with the growth of business
and of buildings in Westminster in
the year just pasl. ihe insurance business  has developed  wonderfully.
Speaking to the Daily News yesterday, A. W. Mci.eod, one of the best
known insurance men in the city, said
thai the business had been tbe besl
in his career and much lie!ler than he
had anticipated.
lie had Increased tlie Size of his
office and of his staff and if the
month of December, which was the
best of last year, was a criterion of
what might be expected in 1911, he
hud no doubt ns to tbe continued
prosperity  of  Westminster.
Mr. Mci.eod stated that the husiness in both city and district had
grown phenomenally. In all the country districts the development was un-
parallelled and only in the citj was
i it equalled.
SentJ)n Approval A
To Responsible People   ** *uGNLJ
HUNTAIM
Laughlin ��p
FOUNTAIN PEN       "
and
RED GEM
XShc Ink Pencil
We are moving from our present
office on Columbia street to S27 Carnarvon sireet, where we will still continue in the same business of team
ing, draying, wood and coal.
We desire to thank our friends for
the liberal patronage accorded us in
our old stand, and trust we will still
meet them and a lot of new ones at
our new place.
BELYEA k CO.
Office phones, inn and T,',2.
Coal office plione 819.
IfiPffl
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
. -!(>;,'!��� i
Thist
Two
Popular
Articles
ior cn!��
Fr ten
PAY   DEBTS  FIRST.
Shackleton Must Clear Off Indebtedness Before Next Trip.
London, .Ian. 1. .'..- soon as Sir]
Krnest shackleton delivers enough
lecturei to pay the expenses if his
Antarctic expedition he intends to
live at Spitsbergen. Thi. admission
was made by the man who holds the
discussing
Hamilton, om., Jan. 4.���A sequ"! to
���  i iid on the i rap game ai the Central   Athletic clul   bj   tie   poHce   ;ii
midnight  on Wednesday, when forty
persons were found on the premises,
was  enacted  befoie  Magistrate Jelta
in tlie police couit tbis mornihg, when
.1   w   MacDonald, tobacconist, charged  with    belnt  a  keeper, was    sen-
len  ed   to   four   mint's   in    jail;   Fdward    lib-key.   similarly    charued.    td^-^^^^^^^^
three  months, and   Vndrew Carnegie  "farthest south" record in
and   Peter   McQuillan,   also   shown   ti   his tut ure plans
be  keepers,  were  lined  $lci> and  $80.1     'I  can't  go," said Sir Finest,
respectively, the last named owing to  the expenses of my  tortner trip
his youth being held as a frequenter.
\u    of iiie    forty  frequenters  were
fined  $r.n each.
People around tbe town could hardly believe their ears when told of the
magistrate's sentences, The city is
all agog over them Cnless there is a
loophole in the legality of the sen-
tin es two thousand dollars will have
to be paid In fines.
uli&i
until
are
aboul
must
INSPECTION  OF AIRSHIPS.
 ^^^^^    my  lormer
paid.     1   expect thai     will     lie
nexl   May.    In   ihe  meantime   I
go on lecturing to raise money.
"The Spitsbergen expedition will be
purely tor Scientific and geographical
investigation.
"Hut," the explorer continued,    "1
think it would tie v good thing If a
sanitarium for consumptives could he
established there. Patients could remain on the island for two or three
months and It would be beneficial, as
the air is absolutely pure."
Ottrolt
LEES LIMITED
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Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
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Your vote and support
are requested for
Silas Fader
AS ALDERMAN  FOR  1911
For   a  Progressive  City.
Clean City Government.
Square deal for the city with all corporations.
Iiuttratiw.... ks* Lxdd hiti
Rvei v pen guaranteed
full U Kt. bUid Go '. -cut
cn lifci.l hand may be ht��L
In t.ilKi our M.iii'l.tt<l
black opaque pattern, or
i t+ot** breakable Tmnapat-
tm. u*i desired, either in
plain or engraved finish
as preferred.
"femnstf tnrthi* j>*>n  a ���
if ��� ���      ...if ��� j Hi. rui **���**!
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mv ftnita ��t Brat t mch. I ���
i l I .bring) {���**������*. t-:I
point, poll��ba4 T��!r��t-,if��l  r"
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[** Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
527
Front   St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
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Aero  Club of  America  Plans to  Pre
vent  Too   Frequent  Tragedies.
N'ew York, Jan. 4.���In view of the
lniin series of tragedies which mark-
ed the course of aviation In 1910, the
Aero  Club  of  America  will   urge  the
International Aeronautic   Federation,
at lis meeting In I'aris next week, to
establish a system of thorough official
insnect ion of all aeroplanes anil balloons fly Ins In any exhibition or contest throughout the world.
An additional recommendation Is
for an investigation of atmospheric
-���onditions, particularly in regard to
the much discussed and disputed
"holes" In the air. The rules for Inspection are to provide also for In-
vestln. in the proper authority, powe<-
to exclude from participation in nn
exhibition or contest such aeroplanes
snd balloons as the official inspection
"may determine to be .dan. erous to tho
pilot or the spectators
Thank You!
To AU My Clients:---
I wish to heartily thank you for the
liberal patronage accorded me during
the past year.
The large increase of my husiness
shows that you appreciate my efforts
to give vou the best Insurance at. the
lowest rate as well as the prompt settlements of the companies I represent.
I devote my time exclusively to the
Insurance business and as i have recently greatly Increased my faclll-
ties for handling large lines I will he
in an even better position to serve
you and the Insuring public generally
during 1011.
Again thanking you and wishing all
a bright and prosperous New Year, I
am,
Yours  for husiness,
Alfred W. McLeod.
New Westminster, B. C,   January,
1011, ...   .
WANTED   SEAL   COAT   FOR    $2.95.
Montreal Man Insisted on Taking Advantage of a Typographical Error.
Montreal. Jan. 4.���The supreme
court will be called to decide a case
due to a typographical error In an advertisement which led to a lawsuit
taken by A. L. De Martlngny, against
a local fur company.
In an advertisement of that firm nn
Item    appeared   that  sealskin    coats
were   being   offered   at   $2.05,   wliich
was   generally   understood    to    mean
Sli'.ifi.    On the day following the publication   In   the    French    dailies,   De
Martigny  went   Into the  shop,  asked
for u sealskin coat described hy the
advertisement and offered In payment
the sum of  ft.96.      De  Martigny Insisted   that   the   advertisement    had
been  repeated, and he had the right
to  get   the  coat   nt   the  price  advertised,    lie refused to take the money
back,  and  now  through   an  attorney
claims delivery of the coat.
IN   SHOCKING   NUDITY.
Chicago Physical Culturist Puts Patients Through Curious Stunts.
Chicago, Jan. 4.���Seven men and
three women devoid of raiment, wallowed and rolled In the snow In tha
back yard at Kvnnston tod iy tn the
belief that thus they would renew
their youth. The youngest was forty
five, the oldest sixty-live.
The women were separated from
the men by nn eight-foot board fence,
over which they threw snowballs al
one another.
The Institution where this took
place is the Kosmos Physical Culture
sanltortum, nnd the "cure" Is known
as the "first aid to nature."
Dr. Henry IS, I.ane, who conducts
the sanltortum, had a similar place on
the north side until he was forced to
leave because of the criticism of Ills
neighbors.
The snow cure Is combined with
the sun cure and In both treatments
Dr. Lane Insists on nudity.
Could Not Bunco
This Man
Has No Use For Peddlers Selling
Worthless Medicines
On Monday night the provincial pollce received a call to hurry to Port
Moody where a woman had had her
face cut in a fracas. Constables Wllkie and Hutchinson labored through
the snow to Port Moody, but when
they got there they found that the
woman had only had her face slapped
and did not wish to prosecute the
shipper.
CrooksTairs, Ont.
National Drug Co. of Canada,
Limited. - .
Please read the following carefully,
'' I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who said he had heard
that 1 was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told him I had been and he wanted to
sell niesomeothermediciue. I answered
that 1 was taking GIN# PILLS, the
only medicine that did me any good.
I told him that I had tried various
other medicines but none had done me
any good but GIN PILLS and that I
always kept a box In the house. GIN
PILLS bave done me more good than
any other medicine I have ever taken.
You are at full liberty to use this letter
for the benefit of all concerned."
Joseph Stsvknsok,
Don't be imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. If your dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of 50c. a box, 6 for J2.50,
send direct to us. Sample box free if you
mention this paper, and money promptly
refunded if GIN PILLS do not give
relief. National Drug and Chemical
Co.   Dept. B. C,   Toronto. 68
Manga-Tone Blood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless people, especially valuable for
correcting female troubles. They purify
and enrich the blood, and help "to build
up the whole system. 50c. a hox at all
dealers.
Just
Arrived
a  shipment   of
the famous
Jacob & Co.
Biscuits
The Finest that
can be made.
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
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J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne. PHONE 47S
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
FOR SALE
Two modern 5-room Cottages, one block from
12th Street (car line), cement foundation, furnace,
etc.   Prices, $2500 and $2600.   E^y terms.
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton      Phone 373
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,  622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists .���.....���..^(Jy^vl..',
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���      PAGE SIX.
THE DA1L1   NEWS.
THURSDAY,  JANUARY  5,  1911
I
MADE IN CANADA
* ������*d���������������bbj���mmsmr
FOUND HE WAS DEAD,
SO HE GOT
History of Ned Clark, Red-
ivivus, Toronto's Most
Famous Prisoner.
CIGAR LlflilTFHS BANNED
BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT
State  Has  Monopoly on  Matches and
Has   Prohibited   Use   of   Mechanical    Devices.
Toronto, Jan. ���'.--
dead. He says . i
admitted thai he i
the In sl judi e, in
I hat a body in the
tlvely i lentlfled
twenty   i ollcemen.
N. i!  Clark is not
himself, and  ii  i--
ia ail probability
spite < f the   facl
mor, ue v. as posi
is   I is    by   nearlj
N'ot    de id,   i al
FINE TONIC
FOR WOMEN.
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Stop
inYourCb
Use a Gurr.cy-Oxfcrd
ran     an 1 :ave -'0 per cent.
i f y ur coal bii!.
Tl ��� " Chancellor" sin iwn
here i.i thc fine: t ctccl range
ma ic 1 y the well known
Gurney - Oxford C rnipany.
'1" erc's no better to be had
in thc i ��� untry. Made in
mi re style i and size S than
any . teel range cn the market, with 1 very late device
f r ic.;, y.:v; and conveni-
. laterial is the best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
cither end, Guard on ash
d ic r. Braced oven bottom.
Drop il ior cn warm int; closet. Divi.led oven flue, to
i . ur ' vi :i baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
/cn d ior if desired. Made
! r c tal ' r wood. Besides
these . pecial features  -
���The OXFORD V
^ECONOMIZER*
Hill Irrp jiur fire doing ct loffUl possible ���
(osl Iur furl, \till SOTO ot Im.sl '*-������ .rr trot. I
ol flic (Obl you no\t usr ond Will {tiki ill y
CwOlllnJ r.iSdti up lhe iliimnc).
You'll Hive monry ever;/ day you
us- ;t 'irr H-v-t Ixford. Ami always (rei
mor*j sal isfactory results from _ our
cooking
Lot ua <3 tmonotmto to yi u ill"
" ]'.<��� nomit t," and th \ oitfer Gurnoy-
Oxford points of superiority. Bee how
perfid a good r.inj.?- cm bo. Wo will
als 1 show y iu other Oumey-( "xford
stoves and rango-afor ovory purpose and
f >r w*\. kind of fuel. ('���. d splay on
our fl K>rn all tli��' tinif.
O'i iion .lainted wiih the best
kn-iwi, best IHced Itovea arid ranges in
all Canad i And do *t now���fur tbo good
of your pockotjwotci
T.J. TRAPP& CO._
681   Columbia   Street.
cone before, as was ome s 1 aptly re
marked, for Ned went before the magistrate in the pollce 1 111 yesterdaj
on a charge of getting very drunk
Monday,
The morning papers of Monday told
a startling story of the finding 0!
Clark in an alleyway, frozen 1 1 death,
anil with one band chewed by rats.
His friends the enemy, or in ether
words the local police force, were
quite convinced tbat the body was
that of the famous Ned, made famous
by bis ability to ti. lit when arrested,
and to wheedle "another chance" out
of the magistrate, and this information was given out to the papers.
On arising from a peaceful ni. Ill's
rest at his resilience, 7;'. Claremont
street, Xed was confronted by the
horrid details of his death. Nothing
daunted, he set out to make a round
of his favorite haunts to show them
them all that Ned was not dead. He
succeeded admirably. ln one cas?
where his word was doubted there
was a little personal conflict that ended by a frank admission that Ned vvas
not dead, or at least that he was more
than ordinarily active corpse, while
"the man who was dead" was decorated with two artistic and enormous
black eyes. |
Before the middle of the afternoon
Ned had picked up enough sympathy
to make him wobbly on his pins and
somewhat boisterous. On Simcoe
street he met Policeman Pough, who
did not think that there sho ;ld be
any requiescat in paces for as live
a dead man as confronted him, and he
proceeded to run him in. lt was a
mighty Btruggle, but short. and Ned.
the victim of superior strength, was
hailed protesting to the Agnes street
police station.
The pollce discovered Monday tlia1
there had been a case of mistaken
identity. One of the men on liis beat
saw their old tvne enemy Wandering
along Hie sireet. and called hi'm over
Xed was slightly angry when told
that he was dead, he had heard that
story so often that II vas becoming
monotonous, tie removed his hat and
exhibite 'i some very convincing
lumps of wisdom, raised by police batons in former contests. The evidence was Indisputable,
Al the morgue Monday many of
Ned's friends came in to have a lasl
look at the body. The resemblance
between the dead man and Clark was
so close that several cf them went
out (iiiile sure that they bad seen the
last of Xed. Others discovered the
mistake, and further Inquiries were
made.
Clark's record is long, and rather
black, yet lie is su< li an old-timer thai
the police have a friendly feeling I'i
bim. and weie glad to bear that he
was not dead.
When Clark leaned over the dock
be had a speech prepared.
"I'll tell you tbe truth, youi- Honor.
I bad been keeping sober until���"
"You found you were dead," Inter-
nil te 1 Magistrate Ellis.
"Thai's right." said Ned, "and then
1 got dead drunk."
"I'll give you a little surprise,"said
his worship,   -rn discharge you."
"Thank you, sir. the compliments
the season to you," and Ned was free.
Paris, Jan. 4,���"Liberty, E [uality,
Fraternity," or tlie French equivalent
chiseled In stone, looks down upon
the French population from the front
of every public * building, but more
and more the people are asking why?
Certain threatened acts of legislation
and performances by the police authorities have served to stimulate
their wonder recently,
Automatic cigar-lighters, carried In
the pockel and performing their office at the pressure of a button have
gained considerable popularity here.
They pre. ile a dame when ever one
i.s wanted, while one French m ileV.
in three may be counted TSpon to disappoint the man who attempts to use
it.
But the order has gone forth that
every person seen using one of the
little machines Is to be arrested and
fined ten francs ($2), and the automatic lighter confiscated. There is
even talk of enacting a'law to prohibit the use of stationary lighters in
the cigar stores.
Matches Bring Revenue.
The object of these moves is to insure a clear field for the government
match-making monopoly. With all
substitutes out of tlie way everyone
will be compelled to buy the matches
manufactured by the Republic of
France. That many of them refuse to
light is of no importance. Their purchase helps insure the national revenue. Sex eral men who dare to carry
automatic lighters liave been arrested
and fined.
Alleged competition with anothei
government monopoly was given a
blow at the Auteuil race course. M.
Thiebeaux and M. Bally tt:od sile
by side watching a race.
"I   believe   my   horse   is   going   to
win."   said     Tbiebaux,   studying     the
field with his glasses.
"I don't think so." said Bally.
"I'll  bet you  two  to one   that   it
does," challenged Tbiebaux.
"Done," responded his companion,
"Fifty dollars to twenty-five"
Betting's a Monopoly. Too.
Then each man was tapped on tin
shoulder. A man behind tliem Informed them that lie was a detective, that
they had broken the law forbidding
private betting and would have to
answer for it.
Under lhe French law all bets
made must be placed wltb the "pari-
muiuel," which is governmenl operated, This case will le fought in the
courts as a  tost of the law.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.*vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$l.r> weekly. F'or further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
Room   14,   Westminster   Trust   Block.
Phone 711. Box 160
For all kinds of
SHE    WANTED    REAL    COIN.
Woman, With Cute Revolver, Got
$400 From Real Estate Man.
Saskatoon, ,Tan. 1.���"I want a hundred dollars, and I want it right now."
With (his demand a young woman ap-
] eared  in the ollice of a  young real'
estate   mall   Of   the   city.      The   youil'.' j
real esiaier tried to evade the Issue |
by muttering tbat he did not know
his visitor or know or any reason
why he should band over the money,
but it dil not go. He w. s told to
cut out lhe-argument, and the demand was fun ber enforced by the Introduction of a cute but business-like
looking 32-callbre revolver.
11 was no place for palaver, and the
young man started to write a cheque,
but was Interrupted by a demand for
real live money. Aboul $1(10 lay on
the desk, and tbis was gathered up by
t lie \ IsltOf.
It Is lather significant that the matter has not been laid before the authorities, and it is said further that it
is not likely to be.
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow    Press
Mrs. **. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Daily News Co., 601) Victoria
Street.
PHOTOGFIAPHS   BULLET.
French Pav-int Ca-ren Tikes 500
Pictures in One-Tenth Second.
Paris, Jan. 4.���A new clnemato
graph camera fori I holographing Ihe
night of bullets or any extremely
rapl 1 motion, has heen Invented by
Prof. Marey, and with lt. pictures can
be taken In B ten-millionth part of a
second. Remarkable animated photographs have been obtained Which
shows what happens when a relf-
loadlng pistol Is fired and the exact
effect of tbe explosion of Ibe charge
of powder.
Five hundred pictures are taken In
the tenth part of a second, and the
results are so clearly defined that
many valuable processes can be photographed In this brief time and In-
vrstlnated at. leisure afterwards. Tho
process has boon kept secret, as It.
has been in use for military expert-
iuuuu lu Franco.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits, Blouses, etc,
all   new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
W.P.WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist In Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  lluilding Construction.   Telephone 806.
Room  13 Dominion Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Burnaby Municipal
Elections,   A911
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 :
1, Abolition of the ward system.
2, Better adjustment of assessmenl. having regard  to size, location and proximity of public facilities
of each property,
3, Alteration of assessment period.
4, Extension of the franchise to all parties paying taxes.
5, Formation of a county council to take over all Intermunlclpal mads.
11.   Better  police protection 'and the appointment ot'a stipendiary, or police magistrate.
7. Adequate water supply.
8. Reorganization ot the Municipal hall, holding departmental heads strictly responsible tor efficiency,
no meddling hy individual  councilors with the civil service.
9. Acquiring plots of land in various parts of the muiclpallty for park   purposes   with   a   general   sys-
stem of development.
10. Encourage the School board  to  purchase  a  number of  school sites before land  values increase.
11. Generally to develop the municipality on  business lines:   encouragement   ui  settlers,  and  to  protect the public interest in granting priviledges to corporations,
Mr. Weart will address public meetings
at eight p.m. as follows:
Municipa    I Hall,    Edmonds,   Jan. 5th, 1911.
Burnaby Lake, Lake View school. Jan. 6th, 1911.
Vancouver.   Pender   Hall,   Jan.   10th,  1911.
Central  Park, Agricultural  Hall,  Jan.   12th,  1911.
New Westminster, Cunningham Hall, Sixth street, Jan. 13th, 1911.
Invitations are extended  toother candidates for Reeve and Councillors.
VOTE    FOR   WEART   AND
Efficient Development
LABOR
������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������
MEETING
������������������������
IN THE
Johnston Hall
Sapperton
Thurs. Jan.
Addresses will be delivered by the following labor candidates :
FOR ALDERMEN
Walter Dodd, John H. Campbell and
AT 8 P. M. SHARP
^^^^^^^   Samuel Jackman.   ^^^^^^^
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Joseph A. Darke,  E. W. Cook, T. W. L. House
and R. A. Stoney.
Aldermanic anl fchool Trustee Candidates are Cordially Invited to Attend.
Reserved Seats for Ladies THURSDAY, JANUARY  5,  1911
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEtf.
TENDERS.
purchase     the     following    described I ALASKAN   GOLD   MINES
lands: SLOWLY   PETERING OUT
Commencing at a  post  planted  on' 	
the bfeach on the east si le of the! Washington, Jan. 4.���A marked fall-
Agamemnon channel and Joining T. I ., , ff { u prcduction of g .Id In
No. 41966 on the noith side and mark-1
Hawkins;   S.  W.   corner   Alaska,  due to  Die failure of  placer
DISTRICT COUNCIL
ed   10d ward
...    ,���, I thenci-  E.  60 chains to line of  limit mines in the
Sealed Tenders addresiea^to tne ua-1 Nq  3971,   Uien(,0 N   60 chains along districts, is reported in the prellmln
Fairbanks and Seward
derslgned, and endorsed -Tender lor
OMOline Motor 'lug Boat for Hritish
Columbia," will he received at this
..Hire until 4:00 p. m��� on Wednesday,
January 11, Wll. for the construction of a gasoline motor tug boat for
UBe in ldil ish Columbia.
Plans specification and form oi tender may be procured ai the office of
Il   A. Bayfield, Superintendent ol
New    Westminster,   B.  C,
where form of contract may also be
S< Flans, specification and form of con-
ilso  he seen and form of
at the ollice of Mr.
line to beach, tlience sotilh and west
along  beach   to  place   of   commence-
i ment and containing SO acres more or
less.
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LEWIS, Agent.
November  28,  1910.
11
j iredges,
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
ary statement  of the geological sur-
I vey on Alaska mining conditions for
1910.    Tbe production of gold during
ithe   year   approximately   $16,360,000
compared   with   $20,371,000   In   1909.
I The   decline,   which   lias   been   appar-'
lent for some time, is due almost en-1
SURREY.
'he Surrey council met at the town
! hall, Surrey Centre, on Monday, January 2,  1911, the reeve and all coun-
J cillors being present.
Tbe minutes of tbe previous meeting were read and confirmed.
Communications were received as
follows: Prom McBride &. Kennedy,
on behalf of Mrs. .lohn Wolfe and E.
Saunders, re accident which happened
New Westminster  Land  District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take noi ice  that Cecil   ECillam
Vancouver, B. C, occupation barrister
| tlrely to the working out of tbe beach
ut Nome and other placer  to tbem on the Hjorth road last sum
Dis-1 Placers
.' mines.
1
.  of1
aboi.
tract  may
under  obtainei
Wm   Henderson,  Resident  Architect,,
Victoria, B. C, al the Post Office, Vancouver, B. C, and at the Department
, t  Public Works, Ottawa.
Persons tendering are notified tbat
de-
consldered unless
tenders will not be c
the  printed  forms  supplied,
With   their   actual   Bigna-
their   occupations  and
ln  the  case  of
made on
and   signed
lures,   staling
places  of   residence!
firms, the actual signature, the nature i
of the occupation, and place of residence  ol   each   member of  the   Hrm
musl  be given.
Each tender must   be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bunk, payable to Ihe order of the Hon-':
ourablo the Minister of Public Works,'
for one thousand dollars   ($1,000.00),
which  will  be  forfeited  if lhe person j
tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called  upon to do so. or
f;iil to complete tbe work contracted
If the tender be not accepte.l the
. ,.ie will be returned.
The   Departmenl   does  not   bind   itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By   order,
R.   C.   DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department  or Public   Works,   Ot-
��� a, December 20, 1910.
will  not   be  paid
the beach aboul   1%
lrom Egmont Point, Jervls Inlet, and
marked "C.  Killam's Northwest Cor-
: ner."   thence   east   L'U   chains,   thence
south    20    chains,    thence    west    20
i chains, more or less, to beach, 1 hence
north  along  beach   to  place  of  com-
i mencement   and   containing  40   acres
more or less.
CECIL KILLAM.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Dated   November 29, I'-UO.
mer. Received and laid over for the
. Much good placer dirt is left, but!new council to deal with.
lit cannot be worked profitably under; ���'���'om *-������ H- Clow, architect, enclos-
l present, conditions. Experiments are :, in& copy of a bill for $246.25 sent to
I now being carried on In Alaska to the Surrey school board for services
I find an economical method for tak-\ rendered, and saying as he understood
ling the gold out of this gravel.   The' construction was delayed Indefinitely
.l...,w..,l    a**a*\,av   Avnorta   ilr,    not    hfi. I "��   ***juin   ,**...
of $200 if paid  before
sion   to   purchase  the   followln
scribed  lands:                             ^^^^^
Commencing  at   a  post   planted on|ln81L"? K,"'u UIJL ul  "����� e'��"��-    *"" i he wouhl cancei the bill upon receipt
,���:,���    mmmHacmm.  geologica   survey   experts  do  not  be-   ne  ""uui cancel uie om upon lcieipi
miles  northeastlf, _^_��� tu_   ���_,,���.!���    ,������,    _���,.���,������  0f $200 if paid  before    February    1
WELSH MINERS
FOR CROWS NEST
Railway Time Tables
Ueve that the    future    will    develop
any  placer
mines   as   rich    as    those
i that are now- giving out,
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Purser Wanted
1911.
Moved and seconded that the Surrey Wide Tire By-law, 1910, be reconsidered and finally    passed    and    ibe
I seal  of the  corporation affixed.    Car-
i rled.
Moved, seconded and carried unani-
i mousiy  "that  this council  hereby  ex-
Dis-
January 3rd, lull.
for.
ch<
Burnaby Municipality
Newspapers   ***** ������������    ������-  ��� it . ucres more or less.
,;,;.    advertisement i!   the,    insert   u
,ut  authority from   the   Department.
New  Westminster  Land  District
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that I bin E. Dicker-
man, of Vancouver, B, C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de
scribed lands:
Commencing al a l ost planted on
the beach in Billings Bay, Nelson Island, and Joining P. It. No. 1678 and
marked "C. E. Dlckerman's Northeast Corner," thence smith 60 chains,
thence  west   so chains, thence north
40    chains    more or less to    beach,I ^all, Saturday, January
thence  easterly  along  beach  to   place   meil(dng Sl  -  P- m'
for of commencement, and c ntainlng 320'
Applications for the position ofPur-jpress its sincere appreciation of the
ser on ihe S.S. Paystreak will be re-table, efficient and courteous manner
ceived by the Secretary of the Royal in wliich tlie reeve has presided over
City Navigation Company, Lt I., up the deliberations of this body and the
to Monday the Oth ins:., 2 p, m. careful, judicious conduct of the busi-
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.   ness   of   the   municipality   while     an
P. O. Box 311  New Westminster,   occupant of the most responsible posi-, ^^^^^^^^^^^
'tion  in  the  gift  of  the  taxpayers  of j the miner was Joseph Jones who had
Surrey, which he has filled with honor j fought   tlie   constituency   of  Newport
to   himself   and   ere lit   to   the   muni
cipality
Experienced Men From Old
Land Attracted by the
High Wages.
Montreal, Jan. 4.���A party of coal
miners from Monmouthshire, South
Wales, bound for the mines in the
Crow's Nest Pass, where there is
great demand for coal this winter
and where consequently tbere is
plenty of work for experienced miners at the best wages in the market,
passed through here westward bound.
There was one among the group
who by his manner seemed to be the
superior of his compatriots, for when
he spoke they listened with Hie respect intentively paid to a leader,
and it was apparent that those by
whom this young man���for be was
still young���was immediately surrounded though it something like an
honor to be near him.
A newspaper man noticing this enquired the reason, and was told that
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 KL.ai.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S:00 a.m.. and every half
hour thereafter  until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great Northern   Railway.
Election
as a court of revision on the voters'
list,   and   after   the   necessary   alterations   had   been   made   it   was   moved
and seconded that the voters' list, as
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ revised,   he   confirmed   and   declared
The annual public meeting of rate-ithe revised^ voters^ list for the muni-
payers  will be held at the .Municipal
of   Reeve,   Councillors     and
School   Trustees.
7th, 1011. corn-
Dale
CLINT  E. DICKERMAN.
J, A. LEWIS, Agent.
November 28, 1910,
C. T. SACNDKRS, C. M. C.
Municipal    Hall,   Edmonds,   li.   C.
fanuary 3, 1911.
four   years   ago   against  the  son   of
  Lord Tredegar, and  had been hem en
The council then adjourned to sit j by a narrow majority, and he had now-
decided to try his fortune in Western
Canada.
Payment    of    Member.
"It pleased me very much," be said,
"to read that Lloyd George had told,    L ,    8;05
the  Englsh  people  that  they  would N      Westminster 2:50 p.m.
get something more than a house ofL L g       t    12:25 p.m
lords   veto   now   the   Liberals    were   New Wertmlnstw 6:26 p.m.
sustained   in  power.   I
of  members
8:17
10:30
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. in.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 11:40 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    12:27
i a. m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
arrives
arrives
Leaves  Seattle  4:35  p.m.;   arrives
arrives
a
the
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
PUBLIC    NOTICE.
;>   Lots   3   and
parts of a portion
objection
KEITH,
1,  Block   l   long
  'A" of Section  2n.
Hlock 5, North Range 2 West 8pring-
i 111, in the District ol New Westmln-
ter.
Title number 15108A, issued in ibe
: ie of Catherine B. Brown, lias been
I in tbis ollice.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
ie expiration of one month trom
I e date ol the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
������ f City of New Westminster, issue a
llcate  of  tlie  said   Certilicale,  un
i  ni he meantime  valid o
made to iue in writing.
I  S      ���^^_
District  Registrar of Titles.
I.nnd    Kt-.islry   Off. �����>,   New     Weit-
inlnster,  11. C,  December  2,  1910.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Ue the Northwest quarter of Seo>
tlon 24, Township I, in the District ol
New Westminster.
Title number 13999A, issued in the
name  of   Peter   Henderson,
filed in this ollice.
Notice Is hereby given that I
al the expiration of one month from
th.e date of the first publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of tiie said Certificate, unless i nthe meantime valid objection
be made to ine In writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New    Westminster, B. C. November 30, 1910
New  Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-     ,P<Jbllc nMir,(' l***r*?J ^ven to tl
trist of New Westminster. fetors   ol    lhe    Municipality    of   the
���. , ,      ,,.,,,.,       City ot  New Westminster, thai  I re-
Take none thai  Leslie L.  Dicker-      lre lhe 1Tt.sen(.e p, the Baid  Klec.
man, of Vancouver. B. C.  occupation^ a,  ,h(,   Counci,   Chamber,   city
lumberman, Intends to apply tor per-  ll.lU  Columbia street; New Westmln-
mission to purchase the tollowlng de-Lter  on ���ie ,������ day pI January, ml,
BC"Dea buoi.-. Qt 12 0.clock aoan  tor (-,,_ purpose oi
Commencing at  a post planted on  electlng persoaa t0 represen1 tbem in
the beach on wesi sue ..i .��� he, m-  ,,_, Mlini,lpa, Counc��� as Mayor and
let, and  at   the  northeast    corner  of   kiriermen
lot No. 2727 and marked "L. !.. Dick-      .,',',;, mo(1(, of nomination of candi-
erman    Northwest    ( orm r.'   thi nc i datea Bhall be as foll0W8.   TK> ,..1Ildl.
south 80 chains thence east .Ochains, dateg sllilll be nominated in writing.
i chain-,  thence east|the  wrlllnK shall  be   BUbscrtbed   by
cipality of Surrey for the year of 1911,
and that the court of revision adjourn.
A communication was received from ! sure  of  being
E. Elchinko asking to have certain re-1 think that the payment of members  v      ��-MtmirStor n-���>-      .r,
pairs'made to the    Coast    Meridian Us the  greatest of Tie boans he  has      ,*.,������SJf��iI 11-ak ~ ���
road from the Hjorth road to the rail- in mind. ! K-       xv    5 ,    \     c on P
way.,     Received      and    referred    to      "For   the   most   three-quarters  of   - ' NeW Westminster 6:30 a.m.
Councillor Inglis. century   we  have been  widening
the accounts to the | list of those who are eligible to exercise the franchise, step by step, but
nothing has been done to widen the
list of those from whom the electors
may    choose    their    representatives.
Some religious  disqualifications  have,	
been  removed   true,   but   I   bad   not  daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
On   motion   	
amount   of   $631.71   were   passed   and'
ordered paid.
Council   then    adjourned    to meet'!
again  on  Monday, January  16, at    1
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from  bridge   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at  Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves   Port   Guichon   8:00
a. m.
thence
i.o cliains more
or  less to the beach,
two v
oters of the Municipality as pro-
hall be de-
has   been
shall,
thence north and west alum beach t i ;iml se,OIuleri    ������
commencement  and   containing   320 J Uvered to the Returning Offlcer a. any
aCrM """.Vm   .-",     , , .,-,-^, v-        <i'��"   1'^vcen  the  dale  of  the  notice
LI-.M.II-.   I.,   lilt   -1-. iM \a.        an1   .,  IUI   ]>n.    of   day   0(   the   110Inhl!,.
,, ,    ..        .  ���'' ;';��� ~~*rlli' Agent- tion, and iii the event of a poll bteing
Date November 29, 1910. ,������,.. ^  s(|0h  ,,������   will   ,,e  ���,���,���.,
��� '    - ���'    - ' ��� ' no  the   12th  day  of January.  I'M], at
st George's Hall, corner Clarkfl n and
Church streets; No. 4 Fire Hall,Keary
street; No. 5 Fire Hall. Thirteenth
street: from 9:00 o'clock a. m. to 7:00
o'clock p. m., of which every person
is hereby required to take notice and
govern himself accordingly.
"The  persons qualified  to  be elec
ted   Mayor of  the City  , f  New  West
j minster are such  persons as are na-
Itnral  born  or  naturalized  subjects ot
males of the full age ot
NOT THE SAME OLD  WORLD.
Everything     Changed    in     the     Last
Half   Century   by   Scientists.
It's   queer,   bul    seemingly   science i
knocks all the picturesque out of lite,
and   if   science   were    in    a   shooting
gallery  and   tlie  pictures pie   were  u
target,   the   bell   would    never   stop
ringing.
The old oaken bucket has gi\eu
place to the galvanized iron vessel.
The gourd dipper is now a tin cup
with a handle soldered on.
The moss-grown well-curb is no
e and over the well is a solid slab
mon
Election for School
Trustees
Public notice is hereby given to the
electors of the City of New Westminster that 1 require the presence of the
said electors at the Council Chamber
City  Hall, Columbia Street,
on    the
His Majesty,
9th day ol January, 1911, at 12 o clock   .       . .      ,
.     ,, ,   , twenty-one   years,  and   who are  not
noon, for the purpose ot  electing per-    ,,       ������,,   .       . , _     ,.        .,,,   ...    ,
���      '  , .    ., S,     ,   disqualilled     under    the       .Municipal
sons    to  represent    them    as  School ' ,,, ,   . ,.    ���j     ,     ,, u        ,
...     .. , >q i Clauses Act,    and who have been for
���.r .   ''   ,      ,. .      ... , ..   the six months next preceding the day
The  mode ot   nominal on  of candi-    , ,    .,       .,'���... V       .
,  , .   ,.   . . ,, _,. i of  nomination   the  registered  owners
dates  shall   be as follows:      I he can-;.     .,      ,       ,   ������ ,.,..._.,_,  k   ���,  ���., ,
,,,  . .   ���   , .   j   i . ' in   the   Land   Registry   Office   of  real
tl dates   shal   be   nominated    n   writ-1 ,      ... ���   ,    _, .      ���    .
.... ,      ,,    , j propertv of the assessed  value of at
���   lns
the   writing  shall   he   subscribed I .'"' "      .    ,, ,   ,  ,, .    ,
.  .    ,,. i least oite thousand dollars as rated on
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
by two voters of the municipality as L,|e |ast revised Municipal Assessment
been made to register J. *������������� I and tl.e hour of
Hole as the owner in Fee Slmple^un-.( nomlnntion;   ���������
proposer  and  seconder, and  shall  be
delivered   to  the  returning  officer  at
any time between the date of notice
p.m. of the day of
in  the   event   of  a
such   poll   will
Hritish   i -^^__,
known and described
(!���   lot  16,  block  8;   hits
biock 6; iota l ��"<�� 4
,11 vision  of  lot   202,   group
M,S'���nd those claiming through or
vou  and  all   persons
as Lot 24, block
28  and   29,
hlock 8, sub-
1,   Port
under
any
tue   of
"In every municipal school district
any person being a householder In |
the school district, and being a Hritish subject of the full age of twenty-
one years und otherwise qualified by
the Public Schools Act. 1905. and
amending acts to vote at an election
hool  trustees in  the  said school
shall  be eligible  to  be elect-
school   trustee  In
of
as
*��*���***���*   ��� 'l���\    *..���*    ray  hand  at  the City
Ite.lstry  Act/.ot Now Westminster the 81st day of
,-""-1 ����?&����� SrtyVe DeCembe^1B1STII,wiLL CLUTE
tax   purchase . wl   in   i     . Returning Office
      claiming
Interest In the said land by  vir-
^^^^^^^      registered   Instrument,  djBtrjC|
and all persons claiming any interest  (nj t|)  gerv.
in  the  said  land  by   descent    whoso ������,.,��� munlclpal dlBtrlct
"titlo Is not registered  under the pro-1     Qlven  under
visions of the "Land
are r
t'ie   tax   pun ^^^^^^
days from the date of lhe first, public
atlon of this notice upon you, and In
default of  a  caveat or certificate  of
lis  pendens being  filed  within   such
period,
fore
will
Trom
���spec
ister 	
thereof in  fee.    And
that   publication   of   this   notice   for
thirty days In u dally newspaper published   ln   New   Westminster  wlll  be
good nnd sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province of British Columhl-i. this 2',ith tiny of November, A. D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Reelstrar.
To .lames Ho. rath, Robert McEweu,
Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
N;w Westminster Land District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Edward Hawkins,
of Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
intends to apply   for   permission   to
Roll, over and above the amount of all
encumbrances thereon."
"And   the   persons  qualified   to   be
elected Aldermen of the City of New
Westminster are such persons as are
natural  born or naturalized   subjects
of    His    Majesty,     males     of     the
full      age      of      twenty-one      years
and   who  are not  disqualified   under
the "Municipal Clauses Act" and who
have been for six months next preceding the day of nomination the regis-
tred owners In the Land Registry Office of real property of the assessed
value of at least live hundred dollars
as rated on the last revised Municipal
Assessment  Roll, over and above the
amount of all encumbrances thereon.''
Given under my  hand at the   City
of New Westminster, the 31st day of
December, 1910.
J. STILWELL CLUTE,
Returning Officer,
of cement, while in a bright red building s Blzzling, thumping gasoline engine is industriously pumping the
gool water into an elevated metal
tank on stills.
No more the plowman plods his
weary way from the field. He rides
bail; on the plow wliich now has
wheels. The country doctor has ani
automobile and Dobbin 'has been
made into sausage.
And in the city it's worse. The
scissors-grinder used to liave a contraption made of wheels and wood
and leather, and stood up and ground
the things. Now he has an automobile with a scissors-grinder attached,
and the auto power runs the thing.
The shoemaker used to squat on a
polished Uuther seat in liis littered
shop and cobble shoes while you sat
with your cold feet on a newspaper.
Now you go into a miniature shoe
factory where they can make you a
-���''""i in thp time it took hi-
of
these  in  mind.    It  is  a  reproach to Westminster bridge passenger station
lour  Britisli  institutions that no man'; 10:20 a.m.
can sit in parliament and   serve    bis I 	
country  unless lie is rich enough to j
maintain   himself   and   give   bis    ser- G-   N-   R-���Surras   Branch,
vices without recompense. Leaves   Sumas   6:10   a.m;   arrives
Illegal   Use  of  Funds. \ bridge passenger station. New  West-
"From motives of the highest pal-1 minster,   10:20   a.m.   daily   execept
riot ism  the  labor  unions  stepped  in-  Sunday.
i to the breach and provided funds to      Leaves   New   Westminster   bridge
j send   members  to   Westminster   who j passenger  station 3:50 p.m.;   arrives
| were   qualified   to   participate   in   so- iSumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday,
cial legislation beneficial to the work-1
ingmen as no others are at the pres-1	
ent time. The courts have declared
that it is illegal to use trade union
funds for this at tlie instance of a
man who is a traitor to the labor
cause.    This will be remedied.
"Something is coming, however,
which is far more important and that
is tlie payment of members by tl.e
state. A man, because he is born and
remains poor, will no longer be prevented from sitting in the foremost
legislative assembly in the world.
That will be a fundamental reform,
' transcending all others."
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of
Closing:
Uui 3      ,* ..._. ��     	
pair of shoes In the time it took him
LOSS    MADE    GOOD.
to  put  a   heel  on, and  the  buzz
machinery is broken only by the rattle of the cash register.
Where merchants used to put a
gun or a motor and petsle or something above their shops to show what
they sold, the merchants now have,
re-occurring, alternating, hlt-or-miss,
come-and-go sorts of electric signs
that make you blind to gaze upon.
No more the seller of feather dusters and whlskbrooms strolls about
the streets with weird cries. You
get these things at the store and
twenty-one seconds later a motorcycle youth delivers them.
No more the vendor of apples cries
I fiercely  on the streets.      Apples aro
now  sold  at   a  nickel  apiece  at  the
fruit stands, and the fruit has to be
polished dally to keep It bright.
The     hydrant   has   displaced     the
town pump; the barber shop is now a
where they do manicuring and
lounging
The Oven
Of a Range
place
, .    .���     .  r*     i ,j    ����     , glv(1    baths,  no  longer   a
The PwpW i Trust Co. Ltd., New *,ace fo, po88,pB.
Westminster,  B.  C.    Gentlemen:    Rej'   ���.s u���  ,,een dianged
New York Underwriters Policy 77389: ,,u, 8CBrc6iy a (lav pft8Be8 thai science
beg   to  acknowledge   receipt  of j ,,������.,  taUe'a      t' shot at  8ome   -...
:30
-:3C
by   science,
We
      pic-
earlier  lives
promptness in which you have
this settlement.    Yours truly,
LEWIS & ORMB.
REMOVAL NOTICE
We are moving from   our   present debt8 lncl���red in my �����������.. n
office on Columbia street to 827 Car-        ,SIgned)     j. D. B. McDONALD
narvon street, wheie we will sll con-  December 29, 1910
tlnuo in the same business of team
ing, draylng, wood an.l ooal. ,
We desire lo thank our friends for ���
the liberal patronage accorded U��in
our old stand, and trust we will still
meet them and a let of new onea at
our new place.     ^^ *& ^
Office phones, 150 and Toi,
Coal office phone 819.
your cheque for the sum of J19.26 in | tu.-0sqiie   phase   of   our
ent of loss under the above PO-|,in, )<no(.k U)e feather8 out of ltBtall.
for your prompt-1 for there.fl no room on th|s earth for |
th     the   scientific    and   the    plc-
resque. and something had to go.���'
i-eston News.
I JEWS HAVE RAISED
OVER FOUR  MILLIONS
Toronto, Jan. 4.���"Over four million I
^  dollars have alreadv been raised for j
Having  sold out the Cosmopolitan the purchase of lands in Palestine for
hotel, I wlll not be responsible for any homeless Jews.   Thirty colonies have
��� '  to date been established on this land,
the population of each colony running'
I
i from 1B00 to 2000. We can secure
Ithe colonists as rimldly as we can get
I the monev to purchas'e the land "
these words. Mr. Clarence I, De-
T'l
Sola, .resident of the Canadian Zionist society, which concluded  its  anj
j&a& acrjpa s'a s=nP jmjw,
responsible for same after December ^ ^vemen^^^ ^ ^^ ^^
U' (Signed)     J. D. B. McDONALD.     left for home last night.
NOTICE.
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with  halt  the   fuel  than  a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question.   The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight.   The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing   a  knife blade   to   pass
through corners and sides.   It it
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
In any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
NoU th�� illustrations.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   8TREET.
Time
of
Arrival:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  0. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7'
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily  except   Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
15:00��� United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All   points  east  and  Europe (daily)     **'
23:00���All points east   and   Europe (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton     and     Eraser
Mills      (daily     except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton    and     Fra3er
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds    (daily    except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East   Burnaby   and   Bur-
qult'am   (daily    except
Sunday      13:30
���i 10:00���Tlmberland,     Strawberry
' Hill   and   South  West
minster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       13:30
Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham island   13:30
10:00���Annievllle.  Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
Wednesday
day         ^^^^^
10:00���Woodwards        (Tuesday
Thursday
day
9:00���Vancouver,
Ing     via
10:00-
and    Fri-
.13:30
and
Satur-
 13:30
Piper's    Sid-
G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
ll:30-Cloverdale and Port Ke��9     ^
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesduy, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
day       16;0��
n.30_Tvnehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:W
8:30���Burnaby Lake  (dally ex-
cept Sunday   16:0O
j0. oo���Ahbotsford,  M atsqui. Huntington,  etc   (dally  es-'^
cept i-    iday)    '.7:30
15-45���Crescen Whit* Hock ami
Blaine     Idaily     except
Sundial   7:30
15-45���Hall's Fral '. Pern Hid ge
and Haziemea t*r**a.
day, Tl y day and 8 it-        , svvw*-^<S-.V>��**^^^>t;s*W��,^*'*F^
PAGE SIX.
THE DAIL*   NEWS.
THURSDAY, JANUARY  5,  1911
MADE IN CANADA
FOUND HE WAS DEAD,
SO HE GOI DRUNK
History of Ned Clark, Red-
ivivus, Toronto's Most
Famous Prisoner.
FINE TONIC
FOR WOMEN.
Toronto, Jan. ���'.- -Ni d Clark is not
dead. ! le s ,> s . > himself, and ii is
admitted i lial he i i ia ail pi obahilitj
the In si judge, in spite if th'- fac.t
that a body iu the morgue vas posi
tively identified as Lis by nearly
twenty policemen. Nol dead, bul
gone 'before, as vvas once e ) aptly re
marked, for Ned wenl before the magistrate In the police court yesterdaj
on a charge of getting very drunk
Monday.
The morning papers of Monday told
a startling story of the finding i '
Clark in an alleyway, frozen to death,
and with one band chewed by rati,
llis friends the enemy, or In ether
words the local police force, were
quite convinced thai the body was
thai of the famous Ned, made fam.ms
by his ability to flghi when arrested,
and to wheedle "another chance" out
of the magistrate, and this information was given out to the papers.
On arising from a peaceful night's
rest at his residence, Tl! Claremont
street, Xed was confronted by the
horrid details of his death. Not bin.,
daunted, he set out to make a round
of his favorite haunts to show them
them all that Ned was not dead. He
succeeded admirably. In one cas i
where bis word was doubted there
was a little personal confiici that ended by a frank admission that Ned was
not dead, or at least that be was more
than ordinarily active corpse, while
"tlie man who was dead" was decorated with two artistic and enormous
black eyes.
Before the middle of the afternoon
Ned had picked up enough sympathy
to make bim wobbly on his pins and
somewhat boisterous. On Simcoe
street he met Policeman Pough, who
not  think  that  there  Bhould  be
CIGAR LIGHTERS BANNED
BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT
__^^m____.
SfepEfe? Leaks
WXi-yiF* * ' *�� -   -'
Use a Gurr.cy-Oxfcrd
rangi a:i 1 cave 20 per cent,
i f ;.\ ur coal bill.
T'.:e "Chancellor" shown
here i - thc fine: t ctecl range
��� i a '. ��� 1 y thc well known
Gurney - Oxford C mipany.
There's no better to b had
i i t' c i r.n'ry. Made i'i
: . re style ; and siz< s than
any i tee! rang - n t! c market, with l v< ry late device
f r CC ;i;::'}' anl convenience,
Material is the best to he
had, inside and out. With
cr without reservoir on
cither end, G'-iard on ash
doer. Braced oven bottom.
Dr p door cn warming closet. Divi.led oven flue, to
insure i vt n I aking, Broiler top, Thermometer on
i vi :i. ior ii' desired. Made
: r c tal or wood,    Besides
I-
thi       pi cial features  -
The OXFORD^
^ECONOMIZER*
Kill   1' i'i'  ):>ur  Hrc   I'oinij   ot   loweil  powiible I
to*1 Iur furl,    Vlill mmr at Irn.sl L'O prr cfol. B
ol  I lie   (Obl   you   HOW  use   and   trlil  |jki>   kl) y
(...ok in J t.i'.utt tip l It i' iliinincj. B
V'l'i'ii B;ivo iimmm y every &.**/ you
\\f*- :t Ci r iny-< Ixford, Ami always pel
j iif ir ��� satisfactory rciulta from your
cooking
Lol u i *\ monfttmto I i \< u tli"
" En nomltor," ind the m+i-r Ournoy-
(Ixford poinlB of BUporiorit,.. Hog how
perfiol a good rang o.w be. Wo will
jiUt show you ptner Qumey-Oxford
stovoa umi rttogosfor ovory puTposoand
f ir :i lv kind of fuel. On d'aplay on
our floor* nil Ili��- lime.
Qp| ii'-'iinintfil villi tho l��-n;
knowni boil IHccd itovei *.ui\ ranges In
nl! Oinad:i.. And do t| now���for tbo good
���.'f yuur p ocketbixik.
T.J. TR/VPP& CD.1]
681   Columbia   Street.
did
ny requlescat in paces for as live
a dead man as confronted him, and he
proceeded io run him in. lt was a
mighty Struggle, but short, and Xed.
(the victim of superior strength, was
hailed protesting to the Agnes street
police station.
The police discovered Monday tha'
there had been a case of mistaken
identity. One of the men on his beal
saw their old t/ne enemy Wandering
ilonci the street, and called him over
Xed was slightly angry when told
that he was dead, he had heard thai
story so often that it was becoming
monotonous. He removed his hai and
exhibite'} some very convincing
lumps of wisdom, raised by police b I
tons in former contests. The evidence was Indisputable.
At ibe morgue Monday many of
Vol's friends came in to have a last I
look al the body. The resemblance
between the dead man and Clark was
so close that sever.'.I cf them went
out quite sine thai they bad seen lIn-
last of Xed. Others discovered t'ie
mistake, and further Inquiries were I
made.
Clark's  record   is  long,  and  rather |
black, >et he is s;i< li an old-timer thai
the police bave a friendly feeling far
him.  and   were  glad  to  hear  thai   he
was nol  dead.
When   Clark   leaned   over  the  dock
he hid a B] eech prepared.
"I'll tell you the truth, your Ilono-.-.
I had been keeping sober until���"
"You  found  you  were  dead,"  inlei-
rupte 1 Magistrate Ellis.
"That's right." said Xed, "and then
I got dead drunk."
"I'll give you a little surprise,"said
his worship.   "I'll discharge you."
"Thank   you,  sir.  the compliments
the season to you," and Xed was frea.
State   Has  Monopoly  on   Matches and
Has   Prohibited   Use   of   Mechanical    Devices.
Paiis, .Ian. 4.���"Liberty, E niality,
Fraternity," or the French equlvaleni
chiseled in slonc, looks down upon
the French population from the fronl
of every public ' building, but more
and more the people are asking why?
Certain threateriei acts of legislation
and performances by the police authorities have served to stimulate
their wonder recently.
Automatic cigar-lighters, carried tn
the pocket and performing their office ai the pressure of a bin ion bave
gained considerable popularity here.
They provi le a flame when etrer one
ls wanted, while one French match
In three may be counted ttpon to disappoint the man who attempts to use
it.
But the order has gone forth that
every person seen using one of the
little machines is to be arrested and
tilled ten francs ($2), and the automatic lighter confiscated. There is
even talk of enacting a-law to prohibit tbe use of stationary lighters in
the cigar stores.
Matches Bring Revenue.
The object of these moves is to insure a clear field for the government
match-making monopoly. With all
substitutes out of the way everyone
will be compelled to buy the matches
manufactured by the Republic cf
France. That many of them refuse to
light is of no importance. Their purchase helps insure the national revenue. Seieral men who dare to carry
automatic lighters have been arrested
and fined.
Alleged   competition   with   another
government   monopoly   was   given   a
blow at  the  Auteuil  race  course.  M.
Thiebeaux   and   M.   Bally   stood   tiie
I by side watching a race.
"I believe my horse is going tc
win," said Tbiebaux, studying the
Held with his glasses.
"I don't think so." said Bally.
"I'll bet you  two  to one   that   It
does," challenged Tbiebaux.
"Done," responded bis companion,
"Fifty dollais to twenty-five"
Betting's a Monopoly, Too.
Then each man was tapped on tin
shoulder. A man behind tbem informed them that he was a detective, thai
they had broken the law foibi'dine
private belting and would ha- e to
answer for it.
ruder the French law all bets
made must be placed with the "pari-
mutuel," which is government operate I. Tiiis case will le fought in the
courts as a  test of tho law.
Burnaby Municipal
Elections,   1911
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. Uate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$lf> weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone TD5.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE   SUNSET    BLUE     PRINT   CO
Room   14,   Westminster   Trust   Block.
Phone 711. Box 160
SHE    WANTED    REAL    COIN.
Woman, With Cute Revclver, Got
$400 From Real Estate Man.
Saskatoon, Jan. 4.���"I want a hundred dollars, and l want li righl now."
With this demand a young woman appeared in the ollice of a young real
estate   man   of   the  city,     The   young
real estater tried to evade the issue
by muttering thai he did m~,i know
bis visitor or know or any reason
why  he should  band over the money,
but ii di I nol go. iie wi s told to
cul  oul  tbe argument, and the   do-
mand was lull her enforced by the Introduction of a cute bul business-like
looking 32-callbre revolver.
li was no plain for palaver, and lhe
young man started to write a cheque,
but was interrupted by a demand for
real live money. About $400 lay on
the desk, and this was gathered up by
i he \ Isltor.
It Is rather j-lgnlficant that the matter has not been laid before the authorities, and It Is said further that it
is not likely to be.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. P. M. Domlny, Pro.
'near The Dally News Co., fiO'J Victoria
Street.
PHOTOGRAPHS   BULLET.
French     Tav-int    Ca-ncri    Tikei    500
Pictures   In   One-Tenth   Second.
l'a;ls.   Jan.  4. A   new   clnemato
graph camera lor photographing the
lllghl of bullets or any extremely
rapl i motion, has been Invented by
Prof. Marey, and with It pictures can
be taken  In  u ten-mlllionlb  part  of a
second, Remarkable animated photographs have been obtained which
Shows what happens when a self-
loading pistol Is fired and the exact
'���tied of the explosion of lhe charge
of  powder.
Five hundred pictures are taken In
tho tenth purl of a second, nnd the
rosiills are so clearly dellned that
many valuable processes can be photographed In Ibis brief lime and Investigated at leisure afterwards. The
process has been kept secret, aa It
has been In use for military expert-
AiuuU lu Franco.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODOY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening   Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
W.P.WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist In Steel, Reinforced Con'
crete and   Modern  Building Construe
tlon.   Telephone 80(1.
Room  13  Dominion Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
y.j. vi. vieart
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 :
1. Abolition of the ward system.
2. Heller adjustment  of assessmenl,  having   regard   to   size.   loc:.tion ami  proximity  of public facilities
of each property.
:',.    Alteration  of  assessment period.
I. Extension of the franchise to all  parties inlying taxes.
5,    Formation  of a county  council  lo  lake over all  intermunicipal roads.
il.    Retter  police  protection'and the appointment of a stij endiary. or police magistrate.
7.    Adequate  water  supply.
S.   Reorganization of the .Municipal hall, holding departmental heads strictly responsible for efficiency,
no meddling by  individual councilors with the civil service.
9, Acquiring plots of land in various pans of the muiclpality for park   purposes   with   a   general    sys-
stem of development.
10. Encourage the School board  to  purchase a  number of  BCboi 1 sites before land  values increase.
II. Generally to develop the municipality on  business lines;  encouragement   of  settlers,  and   to   protect tbe public interest in granting priviledges to corporati ms.
Mr. Weart will address public meetings
at eight p.m. as follows :
Municipa    IHall,    Edmonds,   Jan. 5th, 1911.
Burnaby Lake, Lake View school. Jan. 6th, 1911.
Vancouver,   Pender   Hall,   Jan.   10th,  1911.
Central  Park, Agricultural  Hall, Jan.   12th,  1911.
New Westminster, Cunningham  Hall, Sixth street, Jan. 13th, 1911,
Invitations  are extended  toother candidates for Reeve and Councillors.
VOTE    FOR   WEART   AND
Efficient Development
\\*ZZZW*Wm^Ba&SBZ&Ei&\
LABOR
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<�����������������������������������������������
MEETING
.���������������������
IN THE
Johnston Hall
Sapperton
Thurs. Jan.
Addresses will be delivered by the following labor candidates :
FOR ALDERMEN
Walter Dodd, John H. Campbell and
AT 8 P. M. SHARP
^^^^^^^   Samuel JackmanJ
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Joseph A. Darke,   E. W. Cook, T. W. L. House
and R. A. Stoney.
Aldermanic ani fchool Trustee Candidates are Cordially Invited to Attend.
Reserved Seats for Ladies
-;-���;.���   ���.   '"-      '"������"  '"    ' THURSDAY,  JANUARY  5,  1911
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVENf.
TENDERS.
Boat for Hritish
received  at  this
in., on Wednesday,
tor   the    construe-
Sealed Tenders addies-ied to llie undersigned, and endorsed "Tender tor
Casidine Motor Tug
Columhla," will he
0fBce until 4:00 i>
January 11, 19U
tion of a gasoline motor tug boat foi
use in British Columbia.
Plans, specification and form of tender mav be procured at the ollice of
11. A.  Bayfield, Superintendent (it
New    Westminster,   B.   C,
of contract may also be
purchase     the     following     described' ALASKAN   GOLD   MINES
lands: SLOWLY   PETERING  OUT
Commencing at a post planted on 	
the beach on the east   side   of   the      Washington, Jan. 4.���A marked fall-
A_ame,i,non channel and joining T. L. j ,      off  (    0       roductlor) ,������     ���,,  ,n
No. 41!H>i> on the no:tli side and mark-. '
ed  Edward  Hawkins;   s.  W. corner, Alaska, due to ibe failure of placer
tlience  E. 60 chains to line of limit mines  in  ihe  Fairbanks and  Seward
No. 39713, thence N. 60 chains along districts, is reported in the prellmin-
line to beach, thence south and west!
along  beach  to place   of   commencement and containing 8b acres more or (	
1910.    Tbe production of gold dining
the   year   approximately   116,360,000
compared    wit
ary
vey
less.
Novembe
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LEWIS, Agent
r  28.  1910.
statement  of  Hie  geological   Huron  Alaska mining conditions  tor
$20,371,000   in   1909.
SURREY.
M r.
j Hedges
where ^^^^^^^^^^^^
; "I'luis specification and form of con-
trad mav' also be seen and form of
���Cder obtained at tbe offlce of Mr>*
Win Henderson. Resident Architect,
Victoria, B. C, al tiie Post Offlce, Vancouver is. c, and at the Department
oi Public Works, Ottawa.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
ur.de on the printed forms supplied,
aml signed With their actual signa-
fures stating their occupations and
of residence. In the case of
^^^^^ the nature
occupation
of   the
LAND  ACT   NOTICE. U
New  Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take   notice   that   Cecil   Killam,   of
The   decline,   which   has   been   appar-!
ent for some time, is due almost en-1
tirely to the working oul of the beach
placers about Nome and other placer
mines.
.Much   good  placer  din   is  left,  but I
Vancouver, ll. ('., occupation barrister Ill cannot be worked profitably under;
i present  conditions.    Experiments are j
I now   being   carried  on   in  Alaska   to
J find   an   economical   method   for   tak-\
| ing the gold out of this gravel.    The'
, geological  survey  experts  do  not   be-
| lieve that the    future    will    develop;
[any   placer   mines  as   rich    as    those
i that are now giving out.
places
linns, the actual signature
^^^^^ "  "    and   place   of   resi
ilence  of  each   member  of   the   llrm
must be given.
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to Hie order of the Honourable the Minister of I'ubllc Works,
for one thousand dollars (81,000.00),
which will be forfeited if the person
ler ing decline to enter into a con-
when called upon to do so, or
the work contracted
law, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the beach about 1 '., miles northeast
from Egmont Point, Jervis Inlet, and
marked "C. Killam's Northwest Corner." thence east 20 chains, tlience
south 20 chains, thence west 20
chains, more or less, to beach, tlience
north along beach to place of commencement and containing 40 acres
more or less.
CECIL KILLAM.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Dated November 29, l!U0.
Purser Wanted
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
tend
tract ^^^^^^^
fail to complete    ..^^^^
for,   If the tender be nol accepted the
. heque will be returned.
Tbe   Department   dues   not   bind   It-
the lowest or any ten-
self
der.
to accept
^^^^^      llv   order,
R.   C.   DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department  of Public   Works.   Ot-
I   wa, December 20, 1910.
Newspapers  will  nol   be  paid   tor
ertlsement   if  they  insert it
ad\(
���. ithout
ment.
authority
from   the   Deparl
New Westminster Land District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that ( lint E. Dicker-
man, of Vancouver. Ii. ('., occup.iti in
lumbei inaii, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following de
scribed lands:
Commencing al a ] ost planted on
the beach in Billings Bay, Nelson 1s-
; land, and joining P, It. No. 1678 an 1 t
marked "('. E, Dickerman's North-1
| east Corner," thence south 60 chain-,
thence west so chains, thence north1
In cliains more or less to beach,
thence easterly along beach to place
of commencement, and c ntaining 320
acies mole oi' less.
CUNT  E.  DICKERMAN.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Dale Xovember 28, 1910.
Applications for the position of Purser on the S.S. Paystreak will be received by the Secretary of the Koyal
City Navigation Company, [_t I., up
to Monday the 9th inst.. 2 p, m.
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
P. O. Box 311  New Westminster.
January 3rd, 1911.
The Surrey council met at the town
ball, Surrey Centre, on Monday, January 2, inn, the reeve and all councillors being present.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed.
Communications were received as
follows: From McBride A- Kennedy,
on behalf of Mrs. John Wolfe and E.
Saunders, re accident which happened
to them on Hie Hjorth road last summer. Received and laid over for the
new council to deal with.
From C. 11. Clow, architect, enclosing copy of a bill for $24<1.25 sent to
the Surrey school board for services
rendered, and saying as he understood
construction was delayed indefinitely
he would cancel tbe bill upon receipt
of f^ijo if paid before February 1,
1911.
Moved and seconded that the Surrey Wide Tire By-law, 1910, be reconsidered and finally passed and the
seal of the corporation affixed. Carried.
Moved, seconded and carried unani-
I mously "that this council  hereby express its sincere appreciation of the
WELSH MINERS
FOR CROWS NEST
Railway Time Tables
Experienced Men From Old
Land Attracted by the
High Wages.
Montreal, dan. 4.���A party of coal
miners from .Monmouthshire, Soutli
Wales, bound for the mines in the
Crow's Nest I'ass, where there ia
great demand for coal this winter
and   where    consequently   there     is
j plenty of work- for experienced miners at the best wages in the market,
j passed through here westward bound.
Tbere was one among the group
who by his manner seemed to be the
superior of his compatriots, for when
he spoke they listened with the respect intentively paid to a leader,
and it was apparent that, those by
whom this young man���for he was
still young���was immediately sur-
^^^^^^ ike an
honor to be near him.
A newspaper man noticing this enquired the reason, and was told that
Burnaby Municipality
able, efficient and  courteous  manner
in which the reeve bas presided over i rounded though It something
the deliberations of this body and the
careful, judicious conduct of the business   of  the   municipality   while    an
occupant of tbe most responsible posi-, ^^^^^^^^^^^^
tion in tbe gift of the taxpayers of | tbe miner was Joseph Jones who had
Surrey, which he has filled with honor fought the constituency of Newport
to himself and credit to tlie muni- four years ago against the son of
cipality. Lord Tredegar, and  had been beaten
The  council  then adjourned  to  sit i by a narrow majority, and he had now
ibe voters' | decided to try liis fortune in Western
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  li:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 an .
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 v.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S:00 a.m.. and ev^ry half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at S a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern  Railway.
Election
of   Reeve,   Councillors
School  Trustees.
and
rate-
The annual public meeting of
payers will be held at the Municipal;
hall, Saturday, January 7th, 1911, com- i
mencing at 2 p. m,
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal    Hall,    Kdmonds,    B.    C,
January 3, 1911.
Canada.
Payment    of    Member.
"It pleased me very much," lie said,
"to read that  Lloyd George had told
the   English  people  that  they   would
get something more  than a house of|""t' ���    ...    .���
lords   veto   now   the   Liberals    were   ��� ��� ���f '.   ,    i     o
. | New \\ estminster 6:
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:06 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. m.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
I a. m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
|    Leaves   Seattle  S:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p. m.
5 p. m.
"> p. m.
8:17
10:30
-.30
12:27
arrives
arrives
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
le   Lota  3  and   I.  Block   l   being
��� is ot a i ortlon "A" of Section 20,
ock 5, North Range 2 West Spring-
i Ill, in tbe District of New Westmln-
Title number 15108A, issued in tbe
name of Catherine B. Hrown, has been
��� \ in this ollice.
Notice  i^   hereby   riven  that   I  shall,
at  the expiration  of one month  from
e date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
���  t. city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
i nthe meantime valid objection
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   oilk-e
minster, B, C, De
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
New  Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice thai   Leslie L. Dicker-
man, of  Vancouver,  B. ('., occupation
PUBLIC    NOTICE ^^^^^^^^
  amount   of
I'ubllc notice is hereby given to tho' ordered paid,
electors   ot   the   Municipality   of  the
City of New Westminster, thi I   1 require  the  i resence pf the said  Electors at  the   Council   Chamber,
lumberman,  intends to apply  for per- j g^,   Columbia Street. New Wesimi,.
mission to purchase tbe following de- 8ter 0I) lhe ,nh day p�� Januaryi mii
s. iii.eii lands: .( 12 o'clock n00n, tor the purpose 61
Commencing a.  a posi  pinned on eiectlng persons to represent them in
the beach on west side ol Sechelt In- ,h(, Munlclpa) council as Mayor and
let,  and   at   the   northeast    corner  of .,,. ���.,���������
i       v-      ..- .-        i           i     i  ...     ,     i ��� .\mei men.
No. .    , anl marked        I.. Dick-      The mo(,e <)f nomination 0f candi
ie ^^^^^^^^^^^
as a court of revision on
list, and after tbe necessary alterations had been made it was moved
and seconded that the voters' list, as
revised, be confirmed and declared
the revised voters' list for the municipality of Surrey for the year of 1911,
and that the court of revision adjoin n. ^	
A communication was received from ' sure  of  being  sustained  in power,  c    . .
E. Elchinko asking to have certain re- think that the payment of members N.���^���S V.2, p' m
pairs "made to tbe Coast Meridian is the greatest of Tie bojns he has \ \_ ' a-���:,,.",'- p'���'
road from the Hjorth road to the rail-  in mind. I v       \v    t    ��� a'.tti
way.,     Received      and    referred    to      "For the  most  three-quarters  of  a     e     Westminster i>m a.m.
Councillor Inglis. (century  we  have  been  widening   the| ~
On   motion   the     accounts     to   the .list of those who are eligible to exer-
$031.71   were   passed   and J else the franchise,  step  by  step, but
_% I nothing has been done to widen the
then    adjourned   to meet i list of those from whom the electors
Monday, January  16, at    ll may    choose    their    representatives.iGulchon fi:30 p. m.
i Some  religious  disqualifications  have      Leaves    Port    Guichon
but 1 had net daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
arrives
Council
again on
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guicrion.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from  bridge   passenger
station   3:511   p.m.
arrives   at   Port
8:00    a.m.
(27 mu maiKea   i.. i.. uick-i    .,.,
erman,'   Northwest    Corner,"   thence datea BhTube as follows:   The candi-
south St. ohams. Hence cas' : o chain,-. ,,1Ite9 shal, ,,e nominated In writing,
thence south 60 .hams. Hence east the wr,u shall ,,e BUbscribecl by
i.o chains more or less t , th- hen-h.:,w��� votol.s of the Municipality as pro-
thence north and v.    I along b< acb t , anU Beconderi and shall be de.
New    West-
mber '-'. 1910.
commencement   an.:
acres more or less.
LESLIE  1.
.1. A
Dale November 2'.*
containing   320
IilC'-'K'I.MAN.
LEWIS, Agent.
1910.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
Ue the Northwest quarter of Section 24, Township I, in the District of
New Westminster.
Title number 13999A, issued in the
name of I'eter Henderson, bas been
filed in this otlice.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
late of the llrst publication here-
daily newspaper published in
of New West minster, Issue a
of the Raid Certificate, unless I nthe meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Otlice.   New    Westminster, B. Ci November 30, 1IH0.
~ LAND   REGISTRY   ACT. "
Election for School
Trustees
the <
of, in a
the City
duplicate
Public notice is hereby given to the
electors of the City of New Westminster that I require the presence of the
said electors at the Council Chamber.
City Hall, Columbia Street, on the
'.'th day of January, 1911, at \2 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing persons to represent them as School
Trustees,
llvered to the Returning Officer at any
time between the date of the notice
and 2:00 p.m. of day of the nomina-
tlon, and in the event of a poll heing
necessary, such poll will be opened
on the 12th day of January, 1911, at
St. George's Hall, corner Clarkson and
Church streets'. No. 4 Fire Hall. Keary
street; No. 5 Fire Hall, Thirteenth
street; from 9:00 o'clock a. m. to 7:00
o'clock p. m., of which every person
is herebv required to take notice aud
govern himself accordingly.
"The  persons qualified  to  be elec
i ted  Mayor of tbe City  of New  West
| minster are such  persons as are na-
i tnral born or naturalized  subjects ot
His Majesty, males of the full age ot
twenty-one   years,   and   who  are   not
disqualified     under    the    "Municipal
Clauses Act," and who have been for
the six months next preceding the day
NOT THE SAME OLD WORLD.
Everything Changed in the Last
Half Century by Scientists.
It's (|iieer. but seemingly science
knocks all the picturesque out of lite,
and if science were in a shootiug
gallery and the pictures pie were a
target, the bell would never stop
i iiiging.
The old oaken bucket has given
place to the galvanized iron vessel.
The gourd dipper Is now a tin cup
with a handle soldered on.
The moss-grown well-curb is no
more and over the well is a solid slab
of cement, while in a bright red building a sizzling, thumping gasoline engine is industriously pumping the
\;ool water into an elevated metal
tank on stilts.
No  more   the   plowman    plods
weary way from the field,
back   on  the   plow   which
G.   N.
R.���Surras   Branch.
fi: 10   a. m;   arrives
station. New  West-
a. m.    daily    execept
bridge
arrives
The  mode  of  nomination  of  candi-1   r , . .       ,
, ,        ,   ,,  , r ii ;���* I ��f nomination the  registered  owners
dates shal    be as  follows:     1 he can-   . ",      ,       ,   ���    , .       ���,��� ,        ,  .    ,
.   . .1 in the  Land  Registry  Offlce   of  real
Tike notice that an application has
been made to register J. P. Hampton
m" ;.  the owner in Fee Simple, Jin-
_er a Tax Sale Deed from 8. A. Met (
Assessor of the District of West-
.1. P. li. Bole, hearing   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
" ~     """ 1 Clarkson'and Church  stieets;   No.  4
hall, Keary street; No. 5 lire hall,
dldates   shal    be   nominated    n   writ-1 ... ,       ,
._���,   ,,,    , ,..,,,     _iT.ni        i      o    ,  property of the assessed value of at
lng    the   writing  shall  be  subscribed i !      ... ,   .  ��� . j
.     . ,       ���,        ?, .. , ,    ,,, i east one thousand do lars as rated on
by two voters of the municipality as  ..    ,   ,       ,    , ,,    ,,,,���,.,
.���    ��� _       , . ,    ,   ,,  ���     the  ast revised Municipal Assessment
proposer  and   seconder,  und  shal   be I ,,  ,, .    , ., ���.    ,   ,,
, ,,        i  .     ,i ., ������ I  Roll, over nnd above the amount of all
delivered   to  the   returning  off cer  at , .,
..       .   . ..      . ?     .      .i     i encumbrances thereon.
iiiny time between the date of notice
and the hour of 2 p.m. of the day of
1 nomination;   and   In  the  event   of  a
being  necessary,  such   poll  will
th day of Janu-
,i _.   1 ho opened on the 1
ary, 1911, at St. George's hall, corner
Hritish   Columbia,   more   .
known and described as Lot 24, block
8;   lot  lfi. block  8;   lots   28  and   29,
1  and  4, block 8, subgroup   1,   Port
lots
of   lot
202,
block  fi
dhlslon
Yon and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest In the snld land hy virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
the said land by descent, whose
ls not registered under tho pro-
Land   Registry  Act,''
In
���tltlt
visions     _________
required  ���*��� contest
*******       within
of  the
tire        ^^ ^^^^^^
Thirteenth street, from !�� o'clock a.m.
to 7 o'clock p.m., of which every person ls hereby required to take notice
and govern himself accordingly.
"In every municipal school district
any person being u householder in
the school district, and being a Brit-
I lsh subject of the full age of twenty-
one years und otherwise qualified by
the   Public  Schools    Act,    1906,    and
amending acts to vote at an election
of school trustees ill the said school
distiict, sliall be eligible to be elected or to serve as school trusl ce In
such municipal district."
(liven   under   my   hand  at   the  City
Westminster the 3lst day of
"And the persons qualified to be
elected Aldermen of the City of Ne*
Westminster are such persons as are
natural born or naturalized subjects
of His Majesty, males of the
full age of twenty-one years
and who are not disqualified under
the "Municipal Clauses Act" and who
have been for six months next preceding the day of nomination the regis-
trod owners In the Land Registry Office of real property of the assessed
j value of at least live hundred dollars
jas rated on the last revised Municipal
' Assessment Roll, over and above the
amount of all encumbrances thereon."
Given under my hand at the   City
of New Westminster, the 31st day of
1 December, 1910,
,1. STILWELL CLUTE,
Returning Olllcer.
of New
forty-five
an   ^	
do   tax   purchase  ^^^^^
days from the date of the first public-
notice upon you, and ln
iiveat  or certificate of
filed   within   such
the claim of December, 1910
his
He rides
now has
wheels. The country doctor has an
automobile and Dobbin 'has been
made into sausage.
And in the city it's worse. The
scissors-grimier used to have a contraption made of wheels and wood
and leather, and stood up and ground
the things. Now he has an automobile with a scissors-grinder attached,
and tbe auto power runs the thing.
The shoemaker used to squat on a
polished KMther seat In his littered
shop and cobble shoes while you sat
with your cold feet on a newspaper.
Now you go into a miniature shoe
factory where they can make you a
pair of shoes in the time it took him
to put a heel on, and the buzz of
machinery ls broken only by the rattle of the cash register.
Where merchants used to put a
gun or a motor and petsle or something above their shops to show what
they sold, the merchants now have,
re-occurrlng, alternating, hit-or-miss,
come-and-go sorts of electric signs
that make you blind to gaze upon.
No more the seller ot feather dusters and whiskbrooms strolls about
the streets with weird cries. You
get these things at the store and
twenty-one seconds, later a motorcycle youth delivers them.
No more the vendor of apples cries
i fiercely  on the streets       '     *""
j now  sold  at   a  nickel  apiece
' fruit stands, and the
polished dally to keep it bright
The     hydrant   has   displaced
the barber shop is now a
been  removed   trufl
these  In  mind,     lt   is  a  reproach  to
our British  institutions that  no man
can sit. in parliament and    serve    bis I
country  unless  he  is  rich  enough  to I
maintain   himself   and   give  his    ser-l
I vices without recompense. Leaves   Sumas
Illegal    Use  of  Funds. 'bridge  passenger
"From motives of the highest pal-1 minster,   lo:2ij
I riotism  the  labor  unions stepped  in-  Sunday.
, to the breach and provided funds to ,    Leaves    New    Westminster
send   members   to   Westminster   who passenger station 3:50 p.m.;
were   qualified   to   participate   in   so-11Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday
cial legislation beneficial to the work- j
ingmen as no others are at the pres-'
ent time.    The  courts have declared
that it  is illegal  to use  trade  union
funds  for  this  at  the Instance  of  a
man  who  is  a  traitor   to the   labor
cause.    This will be remedied.
"Something    is    coming,    however,
which is far more important and that
is  the  payment   of  members  by   Ue! Time
state.   A man, because lie is born and j
remains poor, will  no longer be prevented   from  sitting in  the  foremost
' legislative   assembly   in   the
That   will   be  a   fundamental
transcending all others."
New Westminster
Mail Service
world,
reform,
Apples are
at  thej
fruit has to be
irlght.
the
The Oven
Of a Range
J.  STILWELL CLUTE,
Returning Officer
tOWll   PUIIIP,   UII   m  .
bere they do manicuring and
by
lounging
science,
atlon of this
default of a c
lis  pendens  being
period, or in default or redemptloii be-
I'M UUI,    Wl     >.	
fore registration, you and each of you, Westminster
will   forever   estopped   and   debarred ! .,..".,.  ,...������,,
from setting Up any claim to or In respect of the said land, and I shall reg-  0f"your"cheque for $13.25 In pavmen
later .1.  P.  Hampton  Hole as   owner  of u,e ,0Bg under ,he above polloy We
thereof  in  fen.    And  I  hereby order   beg to tem)o|. our    tlmnks    f()r    the
that   publication   ofthla^ notice   for  pronn)l���eaa in Which you have made
 .,,,.,,,_r ,,,,(,.   tfcl_ ������,nQ,������nj     Yours truly.
place w
���,,     ���     , .    ,r     ,  r*     t *a    vi     i Plvo    baths,  no   longer
The Peoples Trust Co   Ltd., New    laPe fo,. R0Ssi
Westminster   B.  C.    Gentlemen:    Re |    lrs uU  ,,een  changed
New York Underwriters Policy 77329.Lml Bcnroe,y a day ,,a8ses that science
We   beg  to acknowledge    receipt  of don>t   ta,.e  a    ot  shot at  some   plc.
your cheque lor the sum of $19.25 in   u���.oa ue   phnB0   of   0ur   earlier  lives'
payment of loss under the above po -!_., ,(nock the feathers out o{ [tBtail,
icy, and to thank you for your prompt-1 for ,here.8 no ,.oom on thlg earth for
���...         . No.  ness  in making the settlement.    We | hoth     ,he   sdentlflc     and   the     pic-
beg to acknowledge receipt! only notified you this morning of the  t ,m(, somethlng had to go.-'
 "- ��� man* i flre and congratulate you on the quick , Ga|ve8ton News I
settlement you have made. ' 1  I
Time
of
Closing:
R.
30
7:30
PROMPT    PAYMENT.
The People's Trust   Co.   Ltd.. New
B.C5.   Gentlemen:    Rei
Insurance    policy
thirty days In a dally newspaper published In New Westminster will be
good nnd sutllclent service thereof.
Dated at tho Land Registry Ofllce.
..aw Westminster, Province of Hritish Columhh, this :>flth tiny of November, A. D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
Tn James Ho. rath, Robert McRwen,
and Julia Carey.
this settlement.
LKWIS & ORMF.
Yours truly,
LKWIS & ORMB.
NOTICE.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
JEWS HAVE RAISED l
OVER FOUR MILLIONS
Toronto, .Inn. 4.���"Over four million!
dollars have alreadv been raised for 1
the purchase of lands In Palestine for,
Ne
Walter Lawrence,
LAND ACT NOTICE.
^^^^H     ! hotel, 1 wlll not be responsible for any
We are moving from   our   present,  (lebts lnc���rred ln my mime
office on Columbia street to 827 Car-|      (Signedl     J. D. B. McDONALD.
Having sold out the Cosmopolitan J^,^ Jew8.   Thirty colonies have
Dls-
N-w Westminster Land District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Fdward Hawkins
of Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper
Intends to apply   for   permission   to
narvon street, where we will s'l 1 con
tlnue In the same business of teaming, draylng, wood and coal.
We desire to thank our friends for
the liberal patronage accorded us In
our old stand, and trust we will still
meet them and a let of new one.3
our new place.
IIFLYKA & CO.
Office phones, 150 and 732,
Coal office phone 819.
December 39, 1910.
at
NOTICE.
stored In
to date been established on this land, I
the population of each colony running
from 1500 to 2000.    We can   secure
the colonists as rapidly as we can get
the monev to purchase the land"
In these words. Mr. 'Clarence 1. De-
Sohi, president of the Cnnadlan Zionist society, which concluled Its annual    convention ^^^^^^
here  on   Monday
I responsible for same after December .���gpjjj^ and ottawa delegate8|
113' (Signed)    J. D. B. McDONALD.     left for home last night.
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with  half  the  fuel  than  a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question.   The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I. or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight.   The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing   a   knife blade   to   pass
through corners and sides.   It is
natural that with an oven con*
structed in this manner, It requires twice tbe fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Not* tk�� illuttrttioiM.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   8TREET.
of
Arrival:
20:00���United States via C. P
(daily except Sunday)..
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30��� Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily except  Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All points east and Europe (dally)     7:30
23:00���AH points east and Europe (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fra3er
mills (dally except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (dally   except
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Bur-
quit'am   (daily     except
Sunday      13:30
i 10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,    Port    Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annlevllle.  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday
0:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
Wednesday     and    Friday     	
.13:30
.13:30
10:00���Woodwards
Thursday
day
9:00���Vancouver,
lng    via
(Tuesday,
and    Satur-
 13:30
Piper's    Sld-
G.    N.     R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port K��119       ���
(dally except Sunday)..15:0O
n.30_Clavton  (Tuesday, Thurs-
dav,   Friday   and   Sat-
day
.15:00
i11.30_Tvnehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        1B:0��
8:30���Burnaby  Lake   (dally ex-
capt Sunday  16:00
J0-.00���Abbotsford. Matstjut. Huntington, etc.  (dully es-
cept Sunday)   .7:30
15-45���Crescen.. White Rock and
Blaine       daily     except
Sund��> i        7:30-
15:45���Hall's Fraiile. Fern Rldse
and Hazle.men ,(Tnw-
day, Thui: day and S U- *
I ;-'*.. v.'������'.'>��� '\-KWiWWWf
.     ������   ''.-
*" l��AOE IJlOHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  JANUARY 5, 1911
Brass
Goods
See our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what you are looking
for. You should certainly see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before buying elsewhere.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
C. B. Deans is seriously indisposed,
leing confined  to bis  home  with an
t
attack of plesurisy.
The Westminster
Modern Business School
More than one are investigating the
merits of this scliool and they find it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610  Columbia  Street.
The staff of the Daily News thanks
A. W. McLeod for a box of line cigars.
A woman is only a woman, etc. Much
obliged.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram ofiice.   Plione 310. **
A Chinaman named Lam Hoo died
yesterday at the Koyal Columbian
hospital. He had been in the hospital
about two weeks.
Vote for Trapp for Mayor and Progress by honest and clean handed
civic administration.
Davies Green Houses is the place to !
get bouquets, floral designs, and    al
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R -OS **
B.   Olmstead,   manager     of     Oscar
Burnaby court of revision held an
adjourned meeting yesterday after-
| noon at which about twenty more
' names were added to the roll, and the
court will meet at nine o'clock tins
morning, when it is hoped that the
work will be comideted.
For Delta acreage, large and small,
priced right, see Ueid, Curtis & Dorgan, TOG Columbia street. **
Mrs. John E. Insley, who had been
under treatment at the Koyal Columbian hospital for the past sixty-three
days, was ahle to leave that institution yesterday and return Bome, Mrs.
Insley speaks in the highest terms of
the care and attention of the nurses
at the hospital.
The second arbitration case between the C. N. P. R. and the holders
of the right of way along the Fraser
Valley,   came     up     yesterday,   when
Brown,     Ltd.,     of     Vancouver     and   Judge  W.  W.  li.  Mclnnes, .1.  II.  Dia-
Mexlco, fruit  merchants,  was  in the mond   and  E. W. McLean sat as
We have just received
direct from the factory,
a shipment of
The Famous
South Bend
Malleable
Ranges
They will last a lifetime
and give perfect satisfaction. No other range
just as good. They come
in three sizes, 16,18 and
20 inch ovens.
��2
James &
McClughan
Cor. Sixth and
mt Sts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office 'Pbone 11ft.     Barn 'Pkone 117
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   le
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
city yesterday on business.
Judge W. J. Walker will hold a
court of revision of provincial govern
ment assessments in Mission district
at Mission today. Six appeals are to
be heard.
Wood, wood, wood. Order your
wood at the Walsh Sash and Door
company and you will get it within an
hour from the time your order is received.    Phone 413. **
Mrs. Harriet Moore, Miss Lester
and Miss Margaret Lester, sisters of
Mrs. A. 11. Oakley, Fifth avenue,
leave today on an extended trip to
the south, duiing which they will
make Los Angeles their headquarters.
Found, at the Walsh Sash and Door
company, the best kind of wood; delivered to your home one hour after
vou have put in your order. Phone
413. , **
Kenneth Macdonald, of Britannia
Beach, is applying for a water record
of ten cubic feet per second to be
taken from Macdonald creek, the
water to be used for washing sand
and gravel.
Ratepayers of the Lulu Island section of the city, propose to form an
organization, to be known as the
Queensborough Ratepayers' association, and will meet in the school
house, Bwen avenue, this evening at
7:30 for that purpose.
board of arbitration on the case of
the C. N. P. K. vs. Alfred rainier.
The land wanted by the railway company is a portion of lot TO, group :',
and the company offers $1250 for ii.
Mr. Farmer does not state his price.
The case went on until live o'clock
yesterday afternoon and then was adjourned until 2:30 p. m. today.
The Public
Supply Stores
Try  our  wood.     Walsh
Door company.    Plione 413
Sash   and
Frank M. Trapp, nejdiew of T. J.
Trapp, was married to Miss Jennie
Johnson, of Mud Bay, at the residence
of the bride's parents yesterday afternoon, after which the couple left far
the soutli, where they will spend the
honeymoon. .Mr. and Mrs. Trapp will
reside in���the city.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call the B. C. Messenger, day or night, any lime, and he
will come to your aid.    Phone 7(11. **
A fire left smoldering by workmen
clearing the site of the new B. C. E.
It. station was fanned into a blaze
about three o'clock tbis morning. The
flames caught ibe walls of the old
partially demolished wooden buildings
and a policeman turned in tbe alarm
The fire was quickly settled by the
firemen.
How About
Tkat Dress Suit ?
Too   Small   for  You   Now?
Yes, I thought so. Well, it
has served its day. Get a new
one. It will he good for another
ten years. Aitchlson has all
the latest ideas from both sides
of the Atlantic. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual advantage.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
For the Holiday Trade
All Prices.       All Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
It was reported to the provincial police yesterday that some cattle sup
posed to belong to a dairyman named
Montgomery at Pitt Meadows, were
starving for want of attention. The
provincial police notified Inspector
Pengally, of the S. P. C. A., and that
official left for Pitt Meadows yesterday.
Eighteen months was the sentence
handed George Marsh.)], of Hope,
yesterday when he was found guilty
of unlawfully wounding Mary Victor,
a half-breed woman. The c.fence occurred aljont about ago. Marshall i.s
now serving six months for supplying
liquor to Indians, and the eighteen
months wlll not start until that sentence has expired.
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we
have quite a large
stock of Goods
which we are cleaning out cheap.
Quotations will
follow in a few
days. Watch the
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea
for our customers
to take advantage
before   the   rush
commences.
EXPRESS THANKS  FOR
GIFTS  TO    HOSPITAL
The board of managers of the Koyal
Columbian hospital, desire to expies.;
their grateful appreciation and thanks
to those ladies and gentlemen who
kindly remembered the patients and
nurses at Christmas, lino:
Two boxes of oranges, one box of
biscuits, Mrs. Peter Birrel; holly and
jelly, Mrs. Thomas Briggs; magazines
and papers, W. H. Keary; magazines.
Mrs. A. J. Hill; magazines, Mrs. Cassidy; one turkey, D. S. Curtis; two
turkeys, Sam Thompson; two turkeys,'P. Burns & Co.; holly, Mrs. C
Q. .Major; fruit cake for the nurses,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Broad; fruit cuke for
the nurses, Mrs. Ferguson; fruitcake
ior the nm ses, Mrs. Pearpe; candy for
the nurses, Dr. Drew; candy for the
nurses, Dr. Walker; candy for tl.e
nurses, Dr. Jones; candy for tho
nurses, Ur. McQuari ie; home-made
candy, Mrs. Rotliweil; candy ior the
nurses. Dr. T. B. Qreen; candy for
the nurses, II. A. Breen;  a Christmas
aid and a piece of holly for each pa-l
tlent, the  Women's  Auxiliary of the
Koyal   Columbian  hospital;   plant fori
the nurses' home, a friend;  two hot-' m
lies of wine for a sick patient, II. A. i X
Eastman; $35 ($1(1 for the nurses and
$115    for    patients),  J.   D,   Kennedy;
fruit cake, candy and Jelly for ward
���")  ipoor patients), the Women's Bible
Class,     Queens     Avenue     Methodist
church; box of apples for nurses, Mis.
Thomas Gifford, Sr.;  fruit cake, Mrs.
Thomas Turnbull;  and also to Frank
Major and  Kill  Keary, who furnished
music on  both  Christmas   and   New
Year's, wllich was very acceptable to
the patients at tl.e hospital.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Watch for particulars
of
our
Big Alteration
===== SALE ===
COMMENCING
Friday Morning, January
6th, 1911
Everything in the Store will be on Sale
    NO   RESERVE   	
In a few days the workmen will be busy
tearing away walls, floors and our store
front. We must turn our heavy stock
into money. We need all the space
possible to allow us to carry on the
alterations.
Watch for Circulars and  Newspaper
Advertisements.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6>W),()00
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Bacitie; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Kico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
tin all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every  banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARD60N, Mgr.
I GREETINGS
To Our Old and New
1891
HEAD OFFICE
New Wastmin.ter, B.C.
1911
1911
Clients
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Wish their numerous clients at home and abroad,
the old but ever green wish
"A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS-NEW YEAR"
AND  MANY  OF THEM.
Vancouver     -     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
����������������������� 4+*>++44
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500 Tons,  7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF. i ;,|
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Hupert   for Stewart.    8.  S.  "Prince  Albert"   will   leave  Prince   Ruperl   January    20th  Tor    Port    Simpson,
Kincolith, Massed, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc.
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious (rains between Chicago and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls,,New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature, and all Information
apply to
HARRY O; SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket A. net.
L. V. DRUCBJ,
Commercial Agent.
527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.   Phone 7100. Phone .'10H0.
GENERAL AGENCY   TRAN8ATANTIC  STEAMSHIP LINES.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster

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