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News Classlfled Ads.
Have  proven   their  worth    f* the
res'.lts    they    produce.      ' Jf     fill
iarge    or    Hinall    wants    ^N   small
ibtorsi
Weather Today.
New  Westminster and  the lower
mainland: Light to moderate winds
| chiefly cloudy, mild with    rain    tonight or Sunday.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  SATURDAY   MORNING,   DECEMBER   13.   1913.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
INTERVENES WTING AT TAMPICO
Commander of American Naval Force* in Mexican Waters I TTTplTp  iTOKir^llilMFri
Orders Rebels and Federals to Cease Firing and Man- AI III  IUIIULItIIUU
tlttr--* ��Pen "ire "��m' 1   AS QASS ROOM
Iff I EXPLORER TO VOTE WEDNESDAY
SltlfT EOR HIMSELF  ON CURRENCY Bill
nil ii from Victoria, eapl
Mexico City, Dec. "^^/J"? J I Sf * tto MM ofTainau.ipaH, *hfah I provinCial   Inspector   Is  0P-
commander ol  tli,   A""'i'   neB   half   way   between   laiuplco  and j ���    sr
posed to Use of the Old
w.iters,  lo
in   possession
Christopher
cruiser Berwick,
Xatnnloo,
The federals hold the
town of Tamplco and the
KleleheJ	
naval   forces   111   Mexican   w.uern,   m-, -xtnnlar**
day ordered the rebels and federals ' ''   ,
fighting nt TampTco  to   cease  firing.;     'he  rebels, who are
threatening  to open  upon   them  with* of  the  railroad  yards and  stops and
llie tuns of the runt . ,'   Who ling If.laig"   Btores   of   material   and   equip-
nis order was not ole'vcd   Both Hides! "'rat' >'av�� detached from their lines
complied  with  the Older, sufficient men to Undertake repairing
rill*,  information   was  received  in:J>��-  railroad  north and    went    from
a dispatch tonight by Blr Lionel Car   Tamplco   towards  Victoria,
den. lhe nrltlr.h consul, from Admiral, Damage Slight.
Craddoek   or  the   Hritish'     The damage lhat has been dote this
wlllch   Ih  lying  off. line, while enough to prevent the operation of trains, ia not ho great that
centre of lhe   it   will   long   delay   a  rpBumptloti  of
���  waterfront. (traffic.    M'.i.t of the destroyed bridges
Hear   Admiral   Fletcher   has   ordered   are ��__,....	
lorelgners to take refuge on board ItcpalrB to the road southward from
ships or to congregate on the water Victoria also are being rushed and II
front where they will be under tlle Is nol Improbable that the rebels will
protection of hiB gutiH. he able to transport fresh troopB and
Await  Rebels. additional artillery supplies In time to
Two thousand  federals at Tamplco.  use them at Tainpico before the gov-
protected by the shells of the gunboat I ernment can send reinforcements to
Bravo, more thee 1 y their own efforts! tin, port.
were   waiting   late   today   a   forward'     " '���
movement of ti.e rendu or some olher ________________
move that night decide tbe fate of, lets from rifles and machine guns
tile seaport. I were  numerous  enough   to   make  ud.
Mow   ma'iy   rebel!   are   engaged   In ��� vliiable that all residents not engaged
i ..,��� attack on Tamplco is not known, i In the operations seek cover.    For the
but  il  ,s estimated  that their number   most   part   the  firing   was  I
Is at least tw c    'hat  of the federals  the   artillery   of   the   rebels   and   the
and their Operation;   Indicate that they   ��:uiis of the Bravo.
High School.
Trustee Also Say* Building is Insanitary, Ill-Lighted and Ill-Ventilated
 ^^^^^^^^^^    The attic in the building at present!
are small and can be easily repaired, j being used for a high school has been
condemned  us  a  class  room  by   Mr.
inspector     of
ii,    |,_-,,.
Occasional  shells  fell  in  the heart
ol the city of Tamplco today and bul-
Rcports From North Tell of Senate Makes Fair Progress
Discord on Board the on Measure���May Pass
Karluk. Next Week.
Ottawa. Dec. 12,���Reports received ' Washington, Dec. 12.���The senate
[here from the Northwest mounted po- made fair progress today and tonight
t lice In the far north t��ll of a rumor ; in the debate of the currency bill, but
j that Explorer Steffannson was pur- no further steps were taken toward
[ posely deserted on the shores of the'reaching an agreement for a final vote.
i Arctic by the Karluk. In Stcffansson's Senate leaders still hoped that the
account, sent to Ottawa    and    some  _pceches would be concluded and the
.Tf .I0"1!. " ,7PapeM   U  VS  T6d( amendments dlfiposed of in  time  for
lhat the Karluk was blown from shore ���' ���
while  Steffansson and  a  party were;* vote on the passage of the bill next
huntins. 1 Wednesday.
The  police  rumors  from  the  north '    Today  wag devoted  to listening to
Sint;lla! !,hP're wa? tr?,,b1l,' ��" ^'f'-'U-t speeches by Senators  Hollia and
the   karluk  over the  food  and .other !f.,      St Newland8 and Borah.
details of ship   ife. which culminated      s ; H ,���        Democratic mem-
In  a  decision   to  desert  Steffansson   Der  of  _e  bankl      coramiUee,  who
and   permit him to shift for himself. jjJd ,    ,h    prepa?atlon of the Owen
It   Is   feared   that  Steffansson   may   bi���   defended" the    regional  reserve
not   see  his   expedition   again   for a1
very long time.
It la believed that the men on the
ship may not take the trouble to look
up their nominal leader until they
have pretty well completed the work
which this government expedition set
ut to accomplish.   There was trouble
FAMOUS "MONA USA"
RECOVERED IN ITALY
Celebrated Painting Stolen j*a�� "*tZ?"f a_id wa!l_!,ta?.lnf t *t*
m Hotel Tripoli.    He asked Gerl to go
McLaurln,   provincial
high schools.
This Information was imparted to
The News by Trustee (ireen last evening, who further stated that the present high school was insanitary, Ill-
lighted and ill-ventilated. | 	
Dr. ilreen at the last meeting of the I was reached there developed a dlspo*
from the Louvre in Paris
Is Found.
Patriotic Thief Offers It to
Italian Authorities���Return to France.
Florence, Italy. Dec. 12.���"Mona
Lisa,' Leonardo da Vinci'r great painting, which was stolen from the Louvre
in Paris more than two years ago has
been found. It is now in the hands of
the Italian authorities and wlll be returned to France.
"Mona Lisa,"   the  most  celebrated
with him to see the picture. The
dealer notified Dr. Poggl, who hastened to the hotel and on being shown
the painting recognized it as the genuine Mona Lisa.
Thief Arrested.
Dr. Poggl asked to be allowed to
fane tbe picture with him o that
he might compere It with ot.' er work*.
He made an appointment to meet the
man this afternoon at the hotel to
agree upon the price. Tbe director
took with him several officers, who
placed the man nnder arrest.
On being interrogated the prisoner
said hla real name is Vincenzo Perugia, that he was born in the. province
of Como, is by profession a decorator and Is unmarried. For six years
be lived In France and for three years
was employed at the Louvre.
Posed as Patriot.
Perguia posed as a patriot. "I was
ashamed,"   he  said,   "that   for   more
portrait of a woman ever painted, has than a century no Italian had thought
been tbe object of exhaustive search of avenging the spoliation committed
In all -quarters of the globe. The mya- by Frenchmen under Napoleon when
tery of Its abstraction from the Louvre, | they carried off from Italian museums
system  and   the   bank  ownership  of
stools
"The time may come," he said,
"when we may wish to Incorporate a
great federal bank with stock owned
by people in general, dealing diree'ly
with the people, and competing with, itag_eat jnlrinsic va]ue and the fMcl; | and   galIerieg    pictnres,   statues   and
our present banks,   mut we are not | naUon _. ^ ~���e Qf tbe wornan lt. treasures of all kinds by wagon loads.
portrayed���a model, Lisa del Giocondo, j ancient manuscript by thousands and
the wife of a wealthy Florentine, have  gold by sackfuls."
combined to keep alive interest in its     He had often observed, he Bald, in
recovery. ' the Louvre many works of art stolon
How It Was Recovered. ! trom Italy and conceived the Idea of
The   picture    was    recovered    un- \ returning to ita true home Leonardo
addressing ourselves to that problem
now.    We are attempting to provide
in the party before it got out of touch
of civilization. __\
It  developed  early  that  the  views I {n^jtuti^-^  Which'existing'banks
of  Steffansson did not coincide with ,ace th(_ir reserves with safety
the views of some of the men whom       d      t have ,be        of tbem _ _ rea.
he was obliged to take with him. Af- ���
ter leaving Victoria and before Alaska
school board endeavored to have the j B|t|0n lo challenge the authority of
present furniture moved Into the new I steffansson ln al! matters. Yesterday
building at a cost of under $300, of j references were made lure to alleged
which about *250 would be In perma-1 complaints  regarding  supplies.
nent   fixtures.
sonabln extent        ^^^^^^^^^^^
mi7t_.aUlfn Pf?kie ��S !h��e?_LuW_h!?rre Ider "curious circumstances. An Ital-1 da Vincrs masterpiece. He entered the
wllhenoresDonsiVownerehlDuwn lai> wrote to siK-��or Gerl- a0 antl- Louvre early in the morning. detach-
wl ch m effSt^ douSle fabTty U��ary of Florence some weeks ago, ed the pictured and removed the paint-
n_^^___-^^ee^to��n__t{ni*-**.- "* -*-" *-- possession of the I lng from the frame. He concealed
SgUtts'STtO ta  entrain"�����ta  ��!��}�����.>.����. ���* b^ **.**,.*- ** 'the frMne under the back Btaire *here
triotic Italian I desire that it shall re-
BRITISH EMIGRANTS     JUDGE UPHOLDS
LIKE dominion;     recent election
oKt" liar." "the flrlna  was  limited  to|nenv   "J""v"' ..  ���,,      |      Tihe   dispatches   Irom   Steffansson I rli'prvft     hanks     t    s     resoonsibllltvnnollc "a"-11' * aesire umi ,i _i���.n ,r-
0*J!,V.:rJ,"? SSta   and   the      He poinU out that a new building. ,Bhow that one of the first things he USSSd  ta compelleu     Tta^argument  main in Florence, the centre of Ital.
ready  for occupancy, al which  there  dld afler turning the corner of Alaska  J���,_ banv ,��f .he neoolc rounds moat' ����n art-"
ls already a Janitor employed and atU u, get out with a few men after\___,g��� hut evert��� bank ?sThaT al '' He signed the letter Leonard, and
which  the  furnaces have to ta kept (blubber.    Within two days his vessel i readv *the antiquary at first paid amall at-
going, is at the disposal of the board, i ,v,-,g gone and he was left facing the; v,t'nr,. .,. to he marie hv the ��_m.ltantlon to it, thinking he had to do
but It refuses to move Ihe old furnl-U;K1erness with his few companions. Lie leader*, to ta��T General dehateI w"-h a madman. LaUr, however, he
ture on the grounds that the new There ls no suggestion that Stef-I"' 'fe,"d as nearly as twssible bv' """*"-"*���*"***-- ���*-��< "�� P"��l dlrec-
floers would be slightly marked. fansson   was  deliberately  abandoned.! Mnndav in  the hooe that^Uoosltion
trltT:   uT���_,,urrV,'forlS.e ��;.�� V".  *"*,-**  &  ^  ^  SS  ?e   "   amLdm n s ^1   __ ^   ���
that there Is furniture for the equip- (party ���n the vessel was not sorry that  raDidi-
ment of one room, which could be used fr happened and did not regret losing I	
for   tbe  smaller  children.    Thle  fur- the discoverer of the blonde Eskimos. I
nlture Is  lying Idle and the room isi   Protest Appointment
Projects Are There Will
Rush to Canada  Next
Vear.
Be s Great  Town  Which Went "Dry" Closes Saloons While In Other City Elec-
_ tlon Annulled
London.  Der.   IS.���The    emigration]    Portland   Ort., Dec.  1_.   The ques-
_ects for next spring are regard;   tU,n     f lh    ,      ,,t      f ���,���.,,,.������ hel(J
So fnr as Great , _     . . n
laut inonth whereby a numher of Ore-
prost
with equanimity
llritain Is concerned, this year's fig-  """- "'"'  ���,������-,    ��� ,
urea  will he  fullv   maintained.      The*11" towns vctud    dry    has been com
 ������   .,  ,k���, ,i,��� plicated   by   a   droit  court  decision
a|ent. of the C. P. H- report that the *%����_ by Jndf��
south  of  Irelaud   Is   thc    only    MM -,*_ upllcid!ng
Campbell, at Ore-
likely to show a decrease of eml- --������������ V"y' ��-��*<������'���*"* ��*��e validity of the
grants while, on the other bund, the ! "*lio'' ,1,e.rt ***<* declaring the sa-
north of Ireland should  show a coin-,,0<jns harr-fd. ....      r, .
pensaUnl Increase A  previous decision  by Judge Oil
'Ibe  reports   from   the   English  dls-  lo��a;   at Salem. In a precisely sltnlUr
tricts vary within narrow limits and,"""" ���"���'"""n''
Appreciate Service*. Washington. Dec. 12.���Tbe appoint-
Washington, Dec. la���In recognl-! ment of Winifred T. Denison of New
tion of the distinguished services of j York, to ta secretary of the Interior
tbe Iftte Lieut-Col David Galllard i for the Philippines" and a member of
U.S.A.. as a mem-tar of the Isthmian j the Philippines commisstaa, was re-
oanal commission, tbe house passed ferred by the senate Phllllplne com-
today a bill to appropriate for Mrs. ! mlttee tonight to a special sub-com-
(iaillard  $14,000, the  equivalent of  a ' mlttee  for  investigation.    It  is  said
.- ���   .-      .        _  year's salary of a commissioner.   Rep-��� protests have been made against Mr.
the new building, except under an ar-1 resentative Adams of Georgia, chair-j Denison on political grounds. His
rangement by moving thc old furnl-|man of the interstate commerce com; name, sent to the senate on Dec. 3,
ture is  not   very bright. jniittee. preeented the bill and lt was j was not acted on, although other mem-
needed. The other rooms are not fit
to be occupied, states Dr. Green, but
this one could be made suitable tor
a smaller class.
The new' furnlto.-c for the high
school, ��vcn If the money was in hand
at present, could Hot be secured for
three months as it all has to be manufactured and the outlook for opening
;c.:iae nifcc
election   Invalid.
ting that city, declared the
In the flnal.eventrwi.1 probably ihow | "^ (o__nH ;.,.,,,,, bavp volcd for
Ul  Improvement ' nrotllbltlaii   are   left   without   definite
A  jeneral   survey   cf  the,^��^|?S���� i��a��|  determination  of   the
from  London   Indicate, that the em ��� , ��atus,p    o   g ^^
gratlon of 1814, If not prevented b> ��" ' ggjo^JL held that under the
unforeseen clrcunihiancea, Will 8how ' ,�����'��� nroilbltion election conld only
thai Canada has lost none Of _her pop-  "J    a  p _, gtaU,
ulurlty In tlie motherland and Lure pe ' ������ ��> , ��� and that th(, Novcm-
snd allowing for the conservation tor | >' C1'>__V,_ ":.*; �� ��n���clal referen-
resnonilble   pnBltlons,   the;��nr e
Trustee Green Intends to take the
matter up further at the next meeting as he considers ll not good business  to  keep  the  classes In  thc old
building.
LABOR CANDIDATES
LAUNCH CAMPAIGN
parsed Immediately.
I bers of the committee were confirmed
Points Out Dangers of
Oriental Immigration
communicated with Dr. Poggl, director of the Florentine museum, wbo
suggested that he continue the correspondence with the man. This was
done and an appointment was arranged whereby Gerl was to view the picture at Milan. The date set was Nov.
17, but unforeseen circumstances prevented the meeting.
A young  man,  fairly  well dressed
visited   Gerl  yesterday.    He  said   he
It was afterwards found.   He hid the
picture beneath his workman's blouse
and  succeeded  in  leaving  the  place
without attracting attention.
Knew All Exits.
At the time of the theft Perugia was
not employed in the Louvre,  but ha
knew all the exits and entrances and
how to avoid attention.   He kept thei
painting concealed, he said, until hls
patriotism led him to offer lt to the
Italian people.
The painting also bas been Identified by Dr. Corrado Rled. director
general of the department of fine arts,
who was despatched hurriedly to Florence from Rome by the minister of
pubfle tn-structfon. Luigi Credaro.
SUPREME COURT
QUASHES CONVICTION
those In   ....      ^^^
ligures should give a considerable lu
crease over this year's total. In any
���esse, the competition of Australia
need not be feared.
SPINTLUM HANGED
States  on  Scaffold   He  Dies for  Another  Man't Crime.
Kamloops,    Dec.  12.���Humors    last
night as to the poustble reprieve of
Paul  Spinllum,  the Indian  murderpr.
from    jail    awakened
lection, being a special referen
d u in election did not come under this
classification.
Judge Campbell holds that the November vote was cast at a special
general election, but that the law did
not distinguish between a special and
A consistent municipal election
campaign, framed by the four labcr
candidates for aldermen, was last
night launched when in the labor
temple the first of �� series of meetings waa held and addressed by
Messrs. Cameron. Hogg and Barnard.
Alderman Dodd was not present and
Because the evidence of Chief T. B.
Thomaa' witnesses as shown on the
records did not disclose any offence
and because there was no evidence to
show that the offence was committed
within the limits of the city, Mr. Justice Morrison ln supreme court cham-
  bers yesterday quashed a conviction
Former Re.ident of India, New Citl- the Begum of Oude. with others, en- lo^rtCoq^ltlamfiX/Mjs.^Ua:
tered Into a combination to uae every j heth Montgomery of the same local-
means to exterminate the white race {ity on Oct. 21.
COMMISSION WHA
REPORT IN JANUARY
zen of Thle Province Discusses
Situation.
a rcneraI election for such mattera as A.   Hardman   was  invited  tp    speak,
lier,  decided >*"��� Godson, of the Political Equality
were decided. | league, and  Mra.    Barnard,    of    the
I local W. C. T. U. also spoke, telling
WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION        Iy,e at.itudc   of those   organisations
ACT  EFFECTIVE  IN  JANUARY i lowartJ  varloug    reforms,    local  and
' national.
Albany.   Dec.   12--The  legislaturei    Mama.    Cameron,     Barnard   and
completed tonight the paaaage of ail, k briefly, following
Governor Olynn's bil. and a��Mt�� ����� �� mj__ ot thelr ipeeche.
^rived" this morning without bring- ed sine die To��orro�� fl�� �������* ,��� 8appert������ this week. Mrs. Godson
r:8 any news favorable to the prison- ^^*�� ��t X..^ �� ^1^^^
���r hli rescue    from    jan    awusumi  rami...-..-.  ��...��.. -- - ,���- -��� dto   ���.: uogg    spo
/ome excitement,  lat tho fated, hour Oovernor���  Glynn ���  b 11.  and  adjourn,1
Dealing with both sides of the Asiatic question and showing reasons
why tbe Hindu should not ta allowed
to enter British Columbia, W. McDermott, of East Burnaby, who apent
considerable of his life tn India, has
forwarded a communication to The
N'ews.
Mr. McDermott also outlines the
claims of the Hindus to the right to
enter Canada aud obtain equal rights
and privileges wfth white citizens,
and i*' nts out why theee white citizens do not recognize these claims.
Th    communication,   which   ts
��' ��m.$. _��&>______��_  will become and his administration opposed worn- exhaustive one on the subject tt deals
TZ, IrZrtZXiT���*   Torit-ian suffrage was becaua, they feared wuh. h,.ows;._	
Al 8 o'clock, In a cold air and under ; ������- - 	
a cloiidv sky, a knot of about n snore effective    Immediately.     .
of people gathered at the west of the m��n'* compensation act wlll not take
Jail yard,  where  the    gallows    were "SH  ��">t|l  '���*�����  '���
ere,.,,1.    Theso   included    Kills,  th*'    <*_r.!lXt,^^^,1XMth"tfi
, Kecutlonor;  Wentworth Wood, .het- '" <h�� ���"e���Ny���r!?J  mni, ' ���?     �����
Iff;   Col.   Vicars,  warden  of Ihe  jail,  gj*J3S
the constables,  the    jail    attendant* |    The pi;,nclpal  buu  WMed  pro��|de
and the priest.    Splntlum was docile for cnTpm^y workmen'^ TOmpcnsa-
In demeanor, and his last declaration |tron"ifor'air"huardous employments
���. ��.,ffnr!n* for another | ,���r(M-t   primJU.|ei>   Mtt,    *���-*
lot, direct nomination
'lll.'nimi,  _*.��,,,   ...*        ,,,,���   ....    _. _
that he waa suffering for another ,i7rwt%rimariee,7 Massachusetts  bal-
uian. lot, direct nomination and election ot
'Oocdbyc, friends," he said, "I am United States senators,   a   constltu-
dying for another man'a crime." tlonal convention and payment of the
The drop fell  aboul nine minutes- expenses of the 8uUor Impeachment
past 8, and death wns Instantaneous, trial.
the wontan's vote. Uke all the other
speakers Mrs. Barnard was againat
extending the liquor bualneaa here.
Members of the local muslolans' union gave music. Messrs. Bob Ross
and Lewis sang and Mr, Holmes waa
accompanist.
Postpone Inquest
Pending a post   mortem  examination ot the remains, the Inquest over
THE ASIATIC QUESTION.
To tho Editor:
Sir,���I think lt is time that this
question should be seriously considered by the white people of this
broad Dominion who wish to uphold
the traditions of the white race, and
in India.   Tbe plot would have been
entirely successful only    selfishness,
caste and creed   Intervened.   When
the mutiny waa suppressed the natives got every chance to reform, and
become loyal    subjects.    The    Eaat
India company waa   abolished,   and
the  present system   of  government
was established.   Every privilege that
waa possible to gtve was granted to
them, and the government has never
eeaaed to make Improvementa, building roads, railways.    Irrigating   dry
parched landa, making    lt   revenue-
producing, taking all neceaaary measures ln sanitary affairs to   prevent
disease, also taking steps in advance
to meet the dreadful distress of hunger during tinea of  famine, all of
which was never attended to under
uative rule.   It Is a faot that in maay
plaoes before Britain held authority
there, that whole cities and villages
were completely wiped out ot existence by those dreadful diseases and
famines, and for all that hss been
doas (or their benefit the Britisher
Is itlll the hated Per'nghee.
euperflelsl Loyalty.
As regards   their   loyalty   to the
The charge laid againat Mrs. Montgomery by the Port Coqultlam pollce
was that of permitting her horses to
stray at large, a contravention of the
civic bylaws. She waa fined $20 and
costs.
The appeal proceedings were taken
under a writ ot certiorari. In addition to the grounds under which the
conviction waa quashed the writ stated that the bylaw had not been
proved.
Qeorge L. Cassady appeared for thn
plaintiff and P. J. Mclntyre for Port
Coquitlam. The costs were aasessed
against Port Coqultlam.
DISCUSS BURNABY
poimcs TomGur
*&
Investigation   Into   Labor  Conditions
About Complete���House Opens
January IS.
Victoria, Dec. 12.���The provincial
labor commission, which Is at present
holding sessions here, will probably
adjourn at the end of the week, to
meet again ahout the second week in
January, probably juat a few days
before the opening of the house on
January 16.
Ua report is expected to be ready
for presentation about the end of
January. The commissioners eeaaed
taking evidence aome time ago and
thla has now been prepared for consideration prior to the compilation ot
the report to the government giving
the findings upon the general labor
situation in the province.
The work of the agricultural commission will take it further along la
the session than the labor commissioners.   It Is possible. Indeed, that
the final report from ths agricultural
commission will not bs ready for tka
nut aeastoa. although every  effort
Is to tw mads to hare tt handed la
prior to March IS. ln aay *****. ttm*
win hs m report ot some toture. IT
only a prellHlaery ons. The agricsJ-
turgt eonuniseloaera   wlU   probably
bs sitting Mrs for another two waste
��� adjosralag   over   tht Chrha-
holidays.
the integrity of the British empire.      ___, 	
The first and moat Important st ths crown. It wss and Is now very super-
present moment Is the Immigration tidal, and when thoroughly weighed
."ii'~m" *x7'. rV ���.  -__.   �� __. ,of people from   British   India,   who;and considered,   It will    be clearly
the death of George Wren, tta West- jc^,,, tlWy have the   right   to enter>seen,that this apparent loyalty arose
-  ---  "���'from selfish purpose!, and a desire
for. pergonal'gala.   Take the Sikhs.
ern Canada Power lineman who waa _t DomVnlon ol Canada and obtain
electrocuted at Stave Lake _ Wle^on ,,������ r,,hu MQ pr|,uHe, with ths
Deposed Official Made
Desperate Attempt to
Slay His Successor
Portland, Ore., Dec. 12.���(1. V. Lati-1 advanced on Anderaon aud declared
-  ������-- |ta was about to kill him.   Anderson
graaped the rifle barrel and swerved
It aaldo Just aa It waa discharged, the
ncrberg, deponed president of the
Swcdlsl Land and Colonization society, made a desperate attempt to
ulay John Anderson, preaent head of
the concern, in the latter's offices
late today, but waa overpowered af-
-* _.&___
bullet whizzing by hla hand.   Laun<
erberg tried to throw another cartridge Into ths barrel, but it stuck, and
...v��� w���,, ��� ���***��� Ovall, returning to Anderson's
ter a struggle and arrested. assistance,   the   (two     overpower**
Armed with a rifle, Leunerberg en- Launerberg after a desperate atrug-
tered  the  office  **�� ordered  Rov. gle.
John Ovall, a stockholder   and   tho     At the jail Launerberg declined to
only  person  present besides  Ander- explain his action.   He was recently
aon, to vacate,    As Ovall compiled, removed from ths presidency on ths
. launerberg, carrying an aimed rifle, ground of Incompetency.
Thursday, waa adjourned yeaterday
by Coroner McQuarrie until Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The body
was brought to this city yeaterday
and Is now at Bowell's parlors, where
the Inquest wlll bs held. The unfortunate man waa a resident of
Port Coqultlam and leavea a widow,
Changs Schedule,
ln future the Toronto train wlll
leave the local C. P, R. depot at 7: SO
in ths morning Instead of I o'clock.
This change of schedule became effective yeaterday.
Half Million OsHae Firs.
New York, Dec. 11���Fanned hy a
high wind, a flre in a four storey business building st 74S Broadway last
nlrht requited In an estimated loss ot
half a million dollars divided ������-
flvs concerns.
CoMrsota for Schools.
Victoria. Dec. 1�����The i-iuWte works
department yesterday awarded
tracts for the construction ot a email
school at Langford, on the K. * N line
and an addition to tka Chaw *C.
school
white cltlsene.
HlndueT Otalms.
who wars subjugated by Lord Gough.
oarrled their murderous deeds to Lua-
They base their claim as follows: I don, England. Look at tho reporta
That thoy are British subjects; that Thsy had been straddling tte toads
they have served and fought for the'between ihs mutlssers and tte gov-
crown, and (hat tha proclamation ot ernment till diplomatic InBhsao* mmt*
our late beloved Queen Victoria 4s- suaded them to take n��n against the
sires us to admit them, and grant mutineers. It wi
these privileges. them that It tte
Bat ws, ths white eltlghag ot Can- eassfal they (r
Although close support*!* sf Hugh
M. Fraser ars keeping reticent as te
tho plans ot ths Central Park reddest I
In connection with Burnabv politfe**1
tba report whloh appearsd la Tte
News oa Thursday t* tta effect that)
Mir. Frassr woold wlthdrawlrom hls)
tntantiqn ot contesting tho nweshl* |
aad would tara hls attention to tte
oounclUorshlp in ward six. aa��oara tt,
oo cor root.
A meeting was hsM at tta restdsaos
at Ma Fraser oa Thursday wrsaiag at
whloh the whole **mX        ���""
IHttUS ATTACK
Mtcouiman
over hat hla suipsrlsrs
^-^m\^Lr^
dl-
ada, positively retuse for **.* fellow-;a wotga noelL
Ing resaona: W* admit Iter an MV ate from that ttee till tM
tsh subjects, but lh�� 5* cot loyal, day Iterate aHlternative
nor never were loyal; tl.y srs sub- ot ladw ars treated   ta   aa.	
loots by compulsion, by conquest, to I with rsgulatleas la ragsfd to gay ate
which some people who aro chaav isastoa.
m��nin�� their easss will say. "glval tesaaas It ante Thom.
plotting their'casse will say, "���ft*
them   those   privtlegee.   aa*   -***'
.������*��.
tmm.
te     at     aHoaa
J?***!   T^ff'
ataaair
--tta'Wtii*
them loyal." I ash aay aaa* ettissa
It thstr record is a recoameadattea
for adrolasioa Into Canada ta aay way
whatever.
Mutiny *T INT,
Tte mutiny of MBT. **)**. aU tta
tsnlhte atiooWles, Hte tutyatx
ago, Is still mat ln my maasry;
whaa ths araUMiA   Mite   Oatete
Paat, together atth tte tegtete ��M
pawot, King ot MU, alsa
ate that :*t*mt^0*ttt��mu
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DteM PAGE TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER  13, 1913.
Aa (ndejrn-Viit mornlns paper devoted to ta_ inter itt ol Kev W.-tmliuter end
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SATURDAY   MORNIN^,  DECEMBER   13,   1913.
FEATURE FILM
AT THE EDISON
"From    the    Manger   to   the   Cross"
Will Be Seen  Here in Realistic
Picturec.
"From the Manger to the t'ro-*s,'' a
reverent moving picture life Btory of
Jesus of Nazareth, produced in authentic locations in Palestine and K'jypt,
will lie presented at the Bdlson theatre on Monday and Tuesday only.
This is a Kalem five-reel film made
In the Holy Land where the events
reproduced actually happened nearly
2000 years ano. It presents in sotil-
stirrlng moving form the simple pur?
life of the Saviour from his hlrth in
the lowly manger at Bethlehem to his
criclDzion upon the cross at Mount
Calvary.
THE ASIATIC QUESTION.
In another column a correspondent discusses at length
the subject of oriental immigration to Canada.   He views
ihe problem from two points, from the stand of a resident i   The pictures are presented in Hv��
of this province and from the vantage ground of a man pv* ,,," pa''11 -,an in'"!'" |B broke"
i_     i . _> i_-    ri     ���     ______ /--_ i into   short   sections.     This   proves   a
who has spent years of his life in the far east.   On eveiry decidedly effective way of breaking
count he finds in favor of absolute exclusion of the Asiatic;th>; mi"Lv, tensp situations that develop.    Tile  pictures  depict  the  eus-
l"aCeS. tonis   and   secnes  of   "lie   Holy   Land
An Appreciated
Xmas Gift   - -
Our comfortable and good looking glasses will
be appreciated by mother and father. We will fit
the glasses with temporary lenses, making the examination and fitting the proper lenses afterwards.
Our wide Angle Toric Lenses wc Guarantee infallible
URRY&BEWLEY,
40 Sixth Street.
OPTICIANS
Knowing the Hindus intimatelv, The News corres- iiml visualise many things that to the hard. cU,arinK Bt ,*,,��� headwaters of
**���    _ ._ . *      . ... _ 1 ivr>-tni-n     rri.-n   Invii    hOri'tiil ,ii-|.    .ni't'ii'il  .... .
on Biblical matters states: '
tell you, without lhe use o
bole, the pictures are marvels
tograohlc quality.    They nre
Let   me
hyner-
of pho-
a  won-
, , ii ��� ii       ��� ,i i wB��tern  race have heretofore seemed
pondent sounds a loud warning against allowing them unreal.
to come to Canada, and it must be admitted that his ar-    ot th,*- m-,*,],i,*tiMi ���., ������i-.i, .���...���:���.ritv
guments are forceful.
It is true that the Canadian government has put up
the bars at least till the end of March, but it is not known i derfui delineation of the *���>>�� Testa
what arrangement will then be made and too strong pres-1"1���1 Btory ?f K_? Man ,'"' {'f'\""
,,    i i . ,    , , /-.,, . �� r Th'v  arn  splendid   examples  ol   his-
sure cannot be brought to bear at Ottawa to ensure a per- toric reality.  The settings are digni-
manent and effective barrier to the flood of undesirable j "Pl1- ,,h.pu act'n" wwefui.  The devo-
* r    ,. tion hoth to the letter and Ihe spirit
immigrants trom India. of the one supreme ute lived on this
It is pointed out in the communication that Japan is e:ir,h K8seB, !:*:fore J'0.1! ���m���,, a
_,". _,__   _    .__       ,  , .,,   , ,v , -    - I suggestion   ol    tho   outside   world.
The pictures are of great educational value and from a general Interest point of view are unmatched.
MubIc will be -supplied by .1. I-'. Cameron, and fitting with the picture pro-
CTii-ei Peter Murphy, the will known
loenl   singer,   will   render  "The   Holy
city."
len
tho Dicky river. The
arated and Oleson
Hay two days   lutet.
A posse of twenty men searched the
woods for Jackson, hut without success until December 4, when he was
found in an abandoned cabin,
It was necessary to carry hlm seven miles on u stretcher to get him to
thin cit;.-.
When he was able to talk Jackson
said he had wandered aimlessly for
five days without provisions, had fal-
into  a  h-onr  trap and  had  Bpent
men became sep- lone night In the  Dicky river clinging
reached   Clallam j to   tree   roots   until   lie  gained   sufficient strength to drag himself ashore,
lie then crawled tO a cabin atld had
resigned himself to death when  the
[searching puaae arrived.    He is ex-
' Pected to recover.
OUR ILLUSTRATED
CATALOGUE
Is Full of Suggestions for Those Wlio
Must Buy Christmas Gifts
IIKNltY HIllKS -S- SONS. LTD., is a Hrm that Is known from
the Atlantic to the Pacific, as a firm Which gives sure and honest
values to all buyers of Jewellery. Diamonds, Watches, Silvorwure.
���Cut lllass and  Leather Goods,
Our big Vancouver store, which is British Columbia's store, is
one of the largest, lie-st stocked In the world, and Certainly there ll
nothing in America wlilMi excells It in Its service. This store is
yonr store, because il Is a western store. To all out of town orders for
Christmas gifts we pay strict attention, and can give British Columbians quicker returns and better value for their money, than any
other store in the Doinlni.ui.    If you have mil received onr Illustrated
Catalogue writo for It today.    There is lots Of time lift to make your
purciius. s from uur large Christmas stock 11 you hurry,   Write us
today
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELLERS  AND  SILVERSMITHS.
GEO    E. TROREY,  Man.  Dlr.
Vancouver, B.C.
fast reaching the point where she will become a decided
menace to the Pacific coast. An international agreement'
for peace would not affect Japan, firstly because it would
be difficult to get her to abandon the idea of further conquests to extend her empire and secondly, because, if she
���did sign, it would be doubtful if she would live up to the
contract provided she saw it was to her interest to break
it.   Hence the menace to the Pacific coast of Amreica.
The Chinese problem, while presenting a danger more
remote on account of the backwardness of the vellow republic, is in reality the most serious, because China has ��&\$_*��, in tllc' ,eadlng rola of
the heaviest population of the three countries mentioned ���
and is in most need of other fields to colonize. Daaas,F*rex., i.ec?i*-Three person?
Now that the Dominion government has made a move were killed ond two others probably
in the matter of oriental immigration it should consider ffl0bS1eUtadw!liS t^����a*u_S
the whole question with the utmost care, for on the actionj collided with an interurban train near
it takes may depend the freedom of the white race in theinf-   MiPS Je8Ble   wllson-   Mlss
"The Price" Comim*-.
That    Immenaelv    human    drama,
"The   Priee." by   George  Broadhurst,
will be seen at. the opera bouse here
on  Wednesday  evening.      Kdna  Mar-
future Canada.
killed.
. Stewart and a negro nurse w���re
HUNTER  LOST  FOR EIGHT
DAYS IN THE WOODS
If Seattle continues to provide free soup for vags the
brakebeams on the rolling stock headed for the sound |  ��lai'am Bay. Dec   u..���Lost   for
town are likely to wear out carrying hobo tourists to thei'^sht. days in ihe thick forest near the
Dotlatch " * head of the Dicky river, caught in a
" I hear trap and immersed for one night
��� I in  a   river,   was   the  experience    of
A U. S. Senators objecting to the injection of the i2fiJX^m��H�� _%��
prohibition question into Democratic politics.  The prick trio.
of the anti-booze hypodermic needle seems to have riled    In conwany with a reiiow hunter I
his blood.
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
Wed., Dec. 17
Clarence   Eenr.-.tt   &   Co.
Presents   direct
Theatre,  N.V.
Bernhi
from    Hudson
America's
.nl;
EDNA    MARSHALL
i:i   an   Intensely   human   drama
The Price
EY    GEORGE
Author of
Fur." "Man o
EROADHURST
���Hought  and   I'aid
the Hour."
Original       Scenic
Metropolitan
Production,
Cast.
Sieat sale
cn Monday.
ervatlons,
opens at Hox Office
Phone .01 fur res-
named   Oleson.  Jackson   set  out     on ,
Thankpriving day to e-.-ploro the Flu-1
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
I
'*   -
EDIS0
THEATRE
Monday and Tuesday, December IS and 16
KALEM'S   FIVE-REEL   $50,000 PRODUCTION Made in the Holy Land,   where   the   Events   Happened.
FROM THE MANGER TO
���-THE CROSS���
Portraying   the   Life   of  Chrift from  His arrival on earth to His departure-
carcfully   planned   film   in   th? world.
-the  most expensive  and
Special Prices, Monday and Tuesday Only
MAIN   FLOOR 15c; BOX SEATS, Reserved in Advance,    20c;  GALLERY,
Reserved, ISc; GALLERY, Unreserved, 10c.
We  are   Going  to  Sell
any$22or$22.50Suitor
Overcoat mtne Store ror
TODAY is tke
i
Day to Buy Suits
i    J
MM    \_._1
&,')     y,*\
'--���sh'-m-lld
SEMI-READY   CLOTHING
a
707   COLUMBIA   STREET
; -    ���
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER   13,  1513.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE THREE   1
1
"Get The Habit"
O
iO THEY WERE TELLING ME
Horse
Sense
(iin mon every day home genie
Hhoulil teach us to rise to the occasion.    Hi re  We hnve the pick of this
year's   crop ol Christmas presents all
read) for your pick.   Remember Ute
bi it  nili i;o hint.
THE WEEK IN RHYME
(By R. E. Porter.)
The   World'!   Eighth   Wonder.
The     Impossible     Iuib     happened!
; I'll het tbat ri��h'. thin minute
That  bobby's got a clue.
SO GET BUSY.
Councillors Mscphemn anil Coldicutt  flWa>; li��ek there Chler Thomas standi
Tbey moved aod por l;rit"'h law '',r'd order;
        .     motion   In   Burn-1''" als" Hl". "" 'l'."" '''"'* vaK.R
by council meeting Ure other night. I An'l  ���'**���*'** -rom *"'-r the "order.
i ur'ut at loggerhead*,
conded  thu same
scount
Special   Today���Your
the window $1.00 each.
choice   from
The Fair
lit)   to
MUIR'S
tor your
XMAS   PERFUMES   AND
CHOCOLATES.
441   Columbia   St.
f-cur doors Eaat of Bank of Montreal.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Throw  In  tha vox  humana;
Let the  bells  their happiness  ring;
I'luy  praises on  your piano;
1,1ft up your voice anil slug.
Tell the story to the nation;
Flush  the news across tlle wire;
Herald  It  wide through  creation.
This news that will nevi-r tire.
l'i r It's true that Councillor Macpherson
Has apreed  with Coldicutt.
IAnd perhaps these belligerent persons
illuve decided to make It up.
To Chief T. B. Thomas.
j t��on't talk to ine cf Sherlock Holmes,
Don't tell me about Burns.
'Don't laud the work of Scotland Yard
Or Burrows' or Ahearn's.
1 Don't fill tne up with hull ahout
' What Chief Bradshaw has done.
, Don't kid ni" with the exploits
jof the brothers Pinkerton',
To hear tlie praises of these men
It fairly  sets me wild.
For me I know a sleuth whose work
��� Make* these men's like a child's.
i Am] if you want to know the name
nt ihls wise guy among ns,
I Why   then   I'll   tell  It   to   you   for
jit's "Chief  T.   Durville   Thomas.
| And furthermore I'll tell you that
| His field of operation
jls  mostly  in  the neighborhood
Of l'ort Coqultlam station.
And  hist!  hero's one more secret
Between just me and you.
I Hc  trails  suspicious  characters;
| He'll i;��*t in,   yet, 1     Crlcky;
And every bit  of work he does
Is  llawkhhiiw like and  tricky.
And often he'll just march a vag
Right up to liin headquarters,
And lock him up and keep him there.
To wait lor further orders.
He's  got  the  swellest   uniform
Wilh   letters  on   the  shoulders,
And gaiters, cane and swagger stick
And hat Just like a soldier's.
And there, hy Heck. I nigh forgot;
He swears he Is a captain
And fought the stubborn  lioors right
Krom  Ladysmith  to Capetown.
But  what's the use!  1 could go on
Like this and  never stop.
But let me jusl In  closing say
Chief Thomas is SOME cop.
The Citizens' league and other moral I
reform and temperance societies in j
Ni-w Westminster are campaigning!
against the liquor traffic.
Mounting the Wagon.
With apologies to The Lady of the
Lake and her folks.
The Klk at eve had drunk hiB fill
Beside  the har at  Murphy's till,
And again his midnight lie bad made
By savins 'twas but lemonade.
Uut if the temperance folks keep up
Their war upon the deep red cup,
Tiie Klk and others of his ilk
Must  take  to  drinking  malted   milk.
COAST SS. SERVICE
From Vancouver for Victoria.
10:0. am Dally
8:00  pm Daily
11:46   pra Daily
From Vancouver for Seattle.
. 10:00 a.in Dally
ll.oo a.m Dally
From  Vancouver for  Nanalmo.
J; 00   pm  .Dally
Nanalmo, Union  Bay and Comox.
*:00 am Wednesday and Krlday
Vancouver, Union Bay, Powell River.
U:4r, a.m Kvery other Saturday
For Prince Rupert and Alaska.
II  00 p.m Kvery other Saturday
Prince Rupert, Granby Bay and Skeena
River Polnta
No New Cause For
Big Gold Movement
But,You Know
THAT   OUR   EXPENSES  ARE  THE  LOWEST  AND  SO  ARE  OUR
PRICES  ON
JEWELRY AND
WATCHES
A fine stock of Diamond  Rings from tl'i up  to choose from.
A specially fine assortment of Solid Gold Brooches, set wtth real
stones and pearls, from 14 to $10.   Kvery Brooch In a plush lined box.
LADIES' WATCHES
25-Year guaranteed  cases, Waltham or Klgln  movements at $13.50.
Heavy, solid 14 kt. Cases, $25 up.
Gents' Watches, in gold filled cases from $8.50 up.
Bracelets, Lockets, Necklets, Signet Kings, Cut Glass and Silverware.
Your money will buy the best of all Christmas gitte-
and Jewelry���at prices that will make buying easy, at
-Watches
Andrew Clausen i
541   FRONT STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
i der this fall.   'Better markets and bet-1 Harbor from  Kiji, and during heavy
ter methods resulted ii. | iiiug up ered-1 weather  she  sprung  a  leak,  making
Last Day
Final clean-up of Phillips & Wright's fire stock
by 11 p. m. Tonight we want every pair of that fire
stock out of the store. If you don't like our prices,
make us an offer.  For out they've got to go.
Study These
95*
95*
95*
In connection with the recent heavy iof demand for gold at the end of the,
movement   of   gold   from   the   United   first  sixty  days of  marketing of thej
Slates to Canada and  ���" ��� ladlan mar-   greater  pari of the 600,000.000  bush-
kit   conditions   generally   the   Kone-lela of grain produced this season,
���ary Times says: i    Ln.t year Canada's  grain  matured'
There is no new cause to attribute rather Blowly. There was serious ile-
lo the movement of guld to Canada on i lay In the beginning of October tn
the present heavy sraie. even If the harvesting operations. The railroads
aggregate outflow has already exceed-! were not In position to handle prompt
lis   in   New   York  again.!,
withdrawals now being mad
the
MORA A DtREUCI     !
AND A MENACE
H'"-) P m Wednesdays I P(1 mythlnj of the kind Seen for some  ly the rush of grain offered, and the
For Gulf Island Points. I vears  past     To attribute this to any I terminals   wen    congested   to  an   ex-
T:00 S-ti. Tuesdays for Victoria    Call j "riuain-iat  crisis  in  the  Dominion    is J tent  which caused  widespread    coming at points in tbe Gulf Islands.      I wrong     11  is well known that money i plaint    To make matters worse, oth-
[Is ttlrly tight all over Canada Just now 1 er grain countries underbid Canada,
'due  to  the   movement   ot  the  crops.; Markets for Wheat and Oats.
i hut  this   is   moro  or  less  a  healthy i    There waa a w hole week, early In
i condition.     It   may   he   that   gold    Is | November, when Canada was without
j more Uian  Usually demanded  In  Can-1export orders, on account of free sell-
|ada  this  year under the operation of* lng of Argentine and  Russian wheat.
i Ihe new Canadian bank acl, which pro-;This   practically   checked   the  export
vuli't,   thnt   banks   needing   additional, movement  and   failed   to   relieve   the
currency, afier having Increased their i channels    of    storage and  transport schooner Aloha ls reported to be driv-    _
Circulation tp the extent of 16 per cent J when, above all things. It was neces-! ing toward the rugged coaat of Van-'Neah
CH   inu'l.KT.  Aetnt. Naw W-Mtmlnater
ti  w  niiriniR. o. p. a. vwiwivw
FALL GOODS.
Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles ane
place your order now.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
'Lost   While    Towing  Up
Schooner is drifting Towards
Vancouver Island.
	
Victoria,  Dec.  11.���Drifting
| uo!  in  a  heavy sea _ the    American
of their capital and surplus by paying'sary to avoid hitches of any kind.
���in additional tax, can only do so by.l...s than half of the grain crops in
the  d
treasury,  ai-'ulnst   which  they  cun  Is-  ;it  the close of navigation.    The BBS-lies dtpartment from    thc    American
ue notes, dollar for dollar,    ln thls|s-.n for Insurances for handling car-, hydrographic office, via Tatoosh, that
gold I water at the rate of two teet an hour ���
and when the vessel had seven feet j
ef water in her hold the crew Insisted
ion leaving the ship and Captain Pet-'
jerson was compelled to put in at Destruction island.   It was the intention
,of Captain Peterson to work the Al-
loha to Neah tay had he succeeded in
i getting her free of water, but the tug
j Daring arrived on the scene and after
'getting  a hawser aboard  started  to
I tow  the vessel io Neah bay.    When
Coast  Big five miles out she was joined by the
tu Tatoosh and together they beaded
up the coast.    She was about fifteen
-miles  olf  shore  when    the    hawser
{parted, and was soon    lost sight   of.
The Snohomish and other vessels are
dere- 'engaged in searching for the derelict.
Had the crew stayed with him Captain   Peterson  is of tbe opinion  tbat
the Aloha could have been worked to
bay.    The  Aloha  ls  valued  at
MEN'S STRONG BOOTS for the man who works; at ..,
LADIES' OXFORDS AND PUMPS, for light wear; at ..
KIDDIES' SCHOOL BOOTS tbat give good wear	
BOYS' HEAVY SCOTCH GRAIN PEGGED BOOTS selling at 51.45
SOLID HI-CUT BOOTS that are strong; at   52.95
KIDDIES' LEATHER SLIPPERS for home wear; for  25*
MENS STRONG BLUCHER CUT WORK BOOTS reduced to S1.4S
GUM BOOTS���Knee length; keep the feet dry; at   52.95
BLACK OR WHITE CANVAS HOUSE SHOES���At   45*
THE "ARISTO" BOOT for dreBsy men; price cut to  S___95
RYAN'S TAN H1CUT BOOT���Regular $6.00; selling for.... S3.8S
LADIES' BOOTS���For heavy and light wear; at  51.45
WALK-RIGHT BOOTS���To fit the narrow path; for    53.45
NOTE THE ADDRESS
-: THE :-
Popular Shoe Store
641    fRONT   STREET
CORNER McKENZIE STREET
(Just below the Northern Crown Bank)
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 P. M.
SATURDAYS TILL 11
PHONE 208
P.M.
EGGS DROP 10
fffN fWt CENIS
Price
Falls off  Five  Cents a  Dozen
Other Changes at
Msrket
���Few
couver island
Information  has  been  received  at
posit of gold at the Canadian  western Canada was moved last"year|the offices or the marine and fisher-1 _.. Uad not been r<,newed.    Captain | prices had something to do with it, but
Peterson  owns the controlling Inter- |anvway be{0re ^e ci_ty market closed
....... w. .. ... ..._      _  ___*_,._,      n��_4      ........ '��� -t, . -      ,\       ., j , ... i.l.*,l.,      !.,__      nf ��� ��� * *
nnectlon, the Canadian hank state- goes closed then on November 30 the Aloha had broken away from her
'.nent for the current month should of-"" * *r'hyr and Kort William had!tuw anj _he fear was expressed that
fer some Interesting data. The sell- [88,000,000 'bushels of grain In eleva-l8t,c was being carried toward the
lng  of  Canadian   grain   bills   In   this j tors and TeSSelS, in D.eeniber. agalnM  Canadittn Bi,0,.es    -*s_e vessel is now
market against the movement of <*a-i|ess   thnn   20.000.000   bushels  on
nadlan     g-a'.n    through      American | vember 20, this year.
No-
MUSIC.
WHS.   ELLA  C.   HAKOY.  TKAOHER  OF
Pianoforte; _u K��-ary St.. New West
irnniwr.
AUDITOR   ANO   ACCOUNTANT.
II J. A. BURNKTT. AUDITOR ANI
AivutintHiit. Tel It. IM. Hoom J. I-Ur<
Woe-*. ^_
p. II. Smith. W. J. drove,
AUDITORS AND ACCOUNTANTS.
Worn  uinl.'it.ik >n    In   city   and   out-rid
-points.   211 I-    WfSUiilimi'.'r   Trust   Blttl
limne   l<��.     P.   O.   Bos   k��7.
FHATCRNAl
NTKUNVI'IONAL HTBAM  AND ONER
nlllill   KllKtliKin.    bOCal   -IS.   meets   li
ldti.nr Ti-nipl.   every   tlii��t    hihI    thlri
Tl.ulHillli   of 111)' in..lllll   II.  Mrl-AUg-hlltl
Ii,sill'nt:  W, C.   -launder*,,    secrtstan
I'  0   Um I,**- 	
NKH V\|-.ilfllN9T��l. I-ODOB NO I
B. A I'. O i.f Blk* of ths D. of C. mar
the first nml third Thursday at ft ivis
K ol I'. Hull, Blshth strut-it. A Well
Oray, Hxslltid Ruler; V. H. Smith, 8er
r��tary.        	
L. O. O. M.. NO. IM.���MBBTS O!
flrsl. second, third and fourth Wedtww
day In each month at I p. m
In llie Mn��M Home. H. J. lynam)
dlrlntor; W. J. Oroves, secretsr)
lli-ailquartvra nt lodga In Sea Roust
oornsr of Kourth and Carnarvon etraatt
l O. O. F. AMITT LODOB NO. 17���Th
regular tnmtlnc of Amity lolUa N<
JT. I. O. O. K.. Is hsM ave-y Monde*
night at I o'clock In Odd Fallows' Hal'
.orn�� Carnarvon sad Btebtb stresti
Visiting brathera cordially lnvtte#
R. A. Merrlthew, NO.; H. W. Hangstei
v. O.; W. C. Coatham. P. O., raoon!
Ins secretary: J. VV, MaeDonald, fines
clal secretary.
ruNMAL omecTOM.	
W B. KA LBS���Plantar Funeral Dlraetc
and Bi-Mwlmer, Sll-lll Agnes strsa
oppoelu Carnrctt- Ubrary.
0.   BOWBM.   IfllOCBBgOR   TO   CfN
Irr ft Hanna, I-tdJ���Funeral director
ntrlora 401. Celumht;
portB is. of course, the absorbing factor In the present situation, comments
the Wall Street Journal.
Gold coin for the Dominion, making a total of ��1S,600,000 on the present movement, was withdrawn from
New  Vork,
Much Grain and Livestock.
Canada has already sold to foreign
countries this season fully 1200,000.000
worth of grain and livestock.' This
explains the gold movement in large
part. Rnt another reason Is beeaus"
the Dominion was able to work off
her splendid grain harvests much
moro successfully both ln point of
time and in volume than In earlier
years. Not only was this harvest ses-
s-on earlier than In 191'i. but the
weather for threshing, for delivery at
'oca! points and for carriage by rail j
lo the upper lakes, as well as for
shipping down the lakes, was all In
fivor of in early, libomi marketing of
crops. The rapidity wltb which tbe
Canadian grain growera and traders
'uriied the gtaplen Into rash has sei-
(lort, If eter. becn exceeded ln earlier s-tnsons.   Hence the concentration
a waterlogged derelict and ls a dan-
��� ger to navigation off the entrance to
Port
During the current season, on the h K,raits
contrary, Europe's capacity to take! ^a-ordln'.: to advices from
Canadian wheat and America's readi-_ ,Ac,c��r'l.ngJ*���,**. rn/rtrL life
ness to absorb Canada's oats, left lit-! Townsend, where the Amencan life-
tie to be desired. The terminal fsdJViaa,vJtt* tug Snohomish has arrived
Itles and the rallwav equipment were'with Capta n Peterson and eleven of
greatly Improved over those of 1912. the crew, the Aloha was loBt when In
I'emoval of the tariff brought many tow cf the tugs Daring and Tatoosh.
thousands of livestock across the bor-:    The  Aloha was  bound    to   Grays
I Turnips, per Back  60c. to 76c.
1 Carrots, per sack  SOc. to lie.
Potatoes, per sack 90c
Onions,   per   saek    $1.25
Crab apples, per lb 2c. to Sc.
Apples, per box $1.1*5 to $1.50
Pears, per box  $1.00 to $1.3��
Fish, Retail.
Klounders. per lb 10a
Sturgeon, per lb 16e
Halibut, per lb lOe
Smelts, per lb 10c
Herring  3 Ibs. Ste
Retail Meats.
Beef, best rib roasts, per lb. 20c to 22a
Beef, loin, per lb 2��c to 27c
Beef, round steaks, per lb... 20c to 25c
Boiling beef, per lb 14c
est and sustains a complete loss of I^twi-Hr' moratogr "eggs~had "comejX*^ v" l?'  i��4c to 13c
his share.    The Aloha is a vessel of | down from q,* 60 cents a dozen perch \_^__\ Jrlb      8c to Jto
where they had been for over a month ' '    '__]".'","
and sold for 55 cents a dozen. Poultry, Wholesale.
r,_r Dairy Cattle. Butter  sold  steady al 40 cents a  Hens, small, per doz $6.50 to $7
Springfield   111., Dec. 12.--Govemor ! Pound  and  exclusive of  eggs  there t Hen9  ,arge_ per do-  $8 to $10
_-           ,       _              ,       .        .i     i were no quotable change in prices. The] ���.,.                 . ������<���������
Dunne   issued  a  proclamation   today;., ,��� ,������������.*,������* _.u* ���������� ������n,\ tn Chickens, per doz $5 to $7
| $20,000 and  the greater part of her
I Insurance had    expired   October 25,
743 tons.
It may be the attitude ot the local
council  of  women  to  the high  egg
.supply throughout was quite equal to
prohibiting the shipping of dairy cat-, the demand and was fairly large.
tie into Illinois from li states, among j Turkeys, per lb  35j.
which are lowa, Nebraska, Texas and ! Chickens, per lb   19c to 21c. j chickens live per lb    .
Nfontana.    The order wlll not affect i Ducks, per lb 17c. to 21c.
the  shipments of beef cattle.    This ; Butter, per lb  40c to 50c
action was taken to preeent the spread I Eggs, per dozen   65c.   Ducks, live, per lb 16c to 19e
of bovine tuberculosis in Illinois. Csbbage, per lb   lttc. to 2c. I	
Broilers, per dozen  $4.00 to $6.00
Hens, live, per lb 17c to 18c
19c to 20c
Ducks, per dozen $8 to $10
Nsw Method of
Reducing Fal
and ambalmera.
street   Maw Westminster.
Phona III
tOARd Of TRAOI.
TRADB-NBW WB8TMIN
h meeth; fiajtarly maatlni.
..  d rrSky^efFefcruary. May
l&VT&m&U
BOARD OF TRAIN
star Board
room, City _.
day ot each
on tha third
AUI
Fatonwrr,
uiy
PUBLIC   ���TtNOOKAPHtR.
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ters, eta,! ofr
emMwMaJ.   ~i_-
mlaster Trust Blk.
All work stili.
room 411 Wi
m, i*
noas
fit.
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Ossd ******* Fran Pm-.
A news Item trom Paris I
tbat tM AlBarteu mathpd ot
Tablet method of redudag tst It to
Ml* te say that wa have nothing bettor
for thla nerpose In this coos-try. Any-
Ihliw thft wlU reduce the assess Be*
a pound a day wlthaet latorr. to the
���twnach. the eaualnc of wAdrtae, the
help ot axarckdn�� ordtotlst, or InJaetK-
���nea with ona'a maa* Is a .eighty laapee.
lent and usetul aadltum to etvtbsattort
oeeestotlea. Jest such a cststogua st food
rssalto, howfrer. follow ths use ot torn
vtsstssst. harmlaas aad aaaaoodeal VWe
at reducers.  We say ateaoialsal baeaosa
���>1
r .^
CHRISTMAS
WANTS
)mz
SJw_anea 'iJffh t?��%_����ss prMMfStton.
an ba.ebutnad at any dratgtot ee the
makers* tha Msrmola
Famar
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Detroit, Mich., for seventy-flve cants ths
a ease, whicli 1s a decidedly ecenem-
KT.
tots '
Christmas will be here before we realise it. You have a great advantage^* ihopmng
early; you can select from a larger assortment and have better attention mm our sa*m**
men���this is a great advantage to you. ���' $#..
A FEW SUGGESTIONS THAT ARE SUITABLE FOR MEN
,. 1
price considering the number st tsb>
-���i oontaloa.
Gloves, wool or silk lined ���-, MM to I2L2S
Scarfs, silk or wool   $UH> to KM
Fancy Seta - ���...**-*$ 50c to $2.00
Neckwear   ��� Wc. to *%l-2&
Initial Linen Handkerchiefs infancy box, half dozen... ..._\M
Silk Handkerchiefs, plain or fancy  50c. to ILM
Armlets in fancy boxes   .85c toflsW
aesa-aHiiSa    '
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Fancy or Plain Colored Htte...
Cuff Links in Fancy -Box '.....
Coat Sweaters ....
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Smoking Jadwto * *���'* * * *    * *
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.____*. :*J_. .._._; r    W-v&E FOUR
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  13, 1913.
IUST ARRIVED
Another fine lot of Christmas
Cracker-., Novelties, Stockings,
and Candy, which we will have
on view today. Pick out the
ones vou want NOW and w<e will
save them for you until required.
IN   FISH  WE  HAVE
Smoked   Halibut,  lb 17I".!:.
Smoked   Salmon,   lb 12^2c.
Kippers,  ll'    10c.
Pitman  Haddie, Ib   12'/2C.
Salt  Herring,    e':'.ra    large.
each     5c.
Eastern Dry Cod, lb 15c.
Pork Sausage, Ib. 20c. and 25c.
Pork   Pies,   each    25c.
Head   Cheese,   lb 15c.
Doughnuts,  dozen    20c.
Model Grocery
MATHESON & JACOBSON.
SOB Sixth St. Phone 1001-2.
Burnaby Branch:
2nd St. and 15th Ave.
Local News
Provincial  Legislature.
The current  issue    of the    B.  C.
Ca .tlte gives notice that tbe session
o!    the    provincial    legislature    will
open on January 15.
Call  at  the  Oriental   Store,   King's
Hotel block, and get a chance ou the
I handsome    jardiniere    ottered    as  a
I prize  today.
With every $2 purchase you get a
chance on the $150 diamond ring. T.
Gifford, the jeweler. (2579}
Will Provide Music.
J.   K.   Cameron   will     provide    the I
music to accompany the   film, "Krom
the Manger to the Cross," which will
be seen at the    Edison      theatre ou I
I Monday and Tuesday.
Come to the Pancake Supper Saturday evening, December 13, at Queens
'Avenue   Methodist   church.     Supper
'served  from  5:_0  to  8.    Ileal   maple;
i syrup. (251)0)!
Get your skates sharpened at Ceo.
! Speck's, 626 Columbia street.     1.2525)
Inspector Inspects.
An inspection of work now prole, (ding under the department of
public works here was made yester-1
daj hy Supers islng Engineer U. Valiquet, accompanied by C, C. Worsfold.
.resident D. P. W. engineer; Col. J.
1). Taylor, M. P.. and others. A
trip up river was made aboard the
Samson.
We Have
Money to
Loan on
First
Mortgages
Property must be well
improved and worth at
least double the amount
of the loan.
For  full  particldara
   s ������
call at our office and let
us know what you require.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
Paid   I'p Capital  and
Surplus t 2.800,0011
Assets   4,97_.-8-.-5
Trus teeshlps  Under
Administration over 6,000,000
Trn-Mee      for     Jlcmd-
lu.i.ii is n- er .  85,000,000
C. 8. KEITH, Manager.
Offices ��� Vancouver, Victoria,
New Westminster, Nanalmo.
Calgary. Hegina, Winnipeg,
Montreal, Charlottetown, London, Eng.; Antwerp, Belgium
New Westminster
Branch.
<>06   Columbia   Stretl.
Op.n    Saturday   Evenings   from
1 to  9.
Found���On Columbia street, one
hundred people who buy Hill's "Saturday Special" chocolates." 35e Fridays and Saturdays. (2593)
Our Dairy Company.
Xine  quarts  of  fresh   bottled  milk
for $100, delivered daily.    I'hone Ibi.
(24.-)
Money to loan on first morigages.
improved city and farm property. ;,
per cent.   Alfred W, MeLeod.    12524)
C. A. Welsh
LIMITED.
The People's Grocer
PHONES:
City  Store    193 and 443
Sapperton   Branch    373
West End Branch   650
THREE BIG STORES
OF PLENTY.
Reduce Your
Coffee Bill
We have a fine grade ot coffee to grind to your order at
25c. per Ib. Also a fine line at
40c. per lb., or a better grade at
50c. per lb.
HOW ABOUT GOOD BUTTER?
We have a special line of
butter put up for us in our own
wrappers. We absolutely guarantee this butter cr money refunded. DELTA CREAMERY
is sweet and has less moisture
Ihan most other brands.
Sells for 40c, 2 for 75c.
Shelled Almonds, per ih.  ...45c.
Shelled Walnuts, per lh.  .. .45c.
FRESH   IN
Fork Sausage, Head Cheese.
Finnan Haddie, Smoked Salmon.  Kippered  Herring.
^mZ^mim
LIMITED.
For plumbing, heating and sheet
metal work consult Merrlthew & Ram-
say, Eighth and Carnarvon streets.
Phone  5SB. 12626) !
Prospect tor  Petroleum.
Pfaotically  bil   the  available   Dc-
minion   land  in   the  vicinity  of  the
spot in the Hatzic prairie country
Inorili of Mission, where indications
Ioi' tin- existence of petroleum and
I natural Kas were discovered recently,
j has been  let cut on lease.    Another'
application for the right to prospect
I for petroleum and natural g;i3 was i_-
Isuid at the Dominion mining and
I lai ds  office  in   this  city   yesterday.
Altogether  eleven   prospecting   rights
have been issued.
N'ye, Tom Him, Lee Ching. Law A.
Socng, Wong Sai Jim. and Low Hoe
Chung, all cf this cily. Th" object
of the society ls to take oare of old
and infirm Chinamen and i'or tlie
treatment of diseases,
>ocia
1 and  P
ersonal
Fresh herring 5c per lb.. fre3ii
emails 10c pei lb. It. & M. Fish
Market, 10 Begbie street. U596)
For all building supplies nnd fuel
oil apply to the 1). C. Transport Co..
Ltd., 50.) Westminster Trust building.
Office phone 826,  wharf phone 880.
(2527)
Specials   for   Friday  and   Saturday.
Rabbit, ii, cents euclr,     Fresh    Bgga
���40c and 45c per dozen.    B. & M. Fish
! Market. In Begble Btreet. (2566)
Improving    Service.
Employees of tlie H. C. Telephone
.company are engaged  in  installing a
jiiiw   pole   line   running   from   Eighth
���stroet  along   Agnes  to  Sixth  street,
where the cables will enter the een
I tral exchange. This is fer the purpose
jof establishing more efficient and Increased  long distance communication
between     Vancouver, New  Westmin-
j ster and   the  south.
His honor Judge Iloway held court,
at  Hope yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Gulchon and
!son Charles, of Qullchena, B.C., are
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. Bilodeau.
'219 Carnarvon street, over the Christ-
; mar,  holidays.
Success met the dance of the New
[Westminster Graduate Nurses' as3o-
' elation held last night in St. Patrick's
; hall. There were about 100 couples
| in   attendance.
A recital of music was given last
I night in Columbian college assembly
jhall by students of tlie class lu music
of that Institution, under Miss Winders and  Mips Smith.
Members of the Watawasa club, ail
Iof whom are connected  with the op-
' orating staff of  the R C.  Telephone
company    of    this  city,  gathered   In
tho club rooms of tlie Clarkson street
exchange on  Tuesday evening  wh  re
Miss Jean Seggie.  who is shortly   lo
j become the bride of Frank Travis of
(Strawberry    Hill,     was  the  guest  of
honor.   The entertainment, which was
:in   the  form of  a  linen  shower,  was
w-e.ll  looked after by  the committee
Iin providing :_ galaxy of vocal and Instrumental selections.
Insure with Alfred W, Mcl.eod, the
j insurance    man.    All  kinds    written.
Hundreds of millions to pav losses.
(25241
The Royal Cafe, Dominion TtusI
I block, has re-opened. Best of meals
at reasonable prices. (2534)
Beulali llebekafi Lodge, No. 5
I. O.    |J|��    O. F.
FUNERAL NGTICE:
The iiH'inii. ���>- nf li* ui...:i Rebeknh lodge,
��� N'o.   5,   ar.    requested   lo   meel   al   tjlstei
Westfa   ln.ni*.   eighteenth' avenue,     l-M-
iniiiiiils.   at   1:30   p.m.,   Saturday,   Dec rn-
ber   13.  fm   t..��   pui   ������������������ iti  ndintt  the
tunenil ol ..ur i  Plsi r M *i, I  vtcWat��ra
i:, '��� Armstronw..    VI Itlng slsto a Invited
I i atti ii..
BERNICE A'-kuiy
Nnbl   Qrana
I   i'.  Ml'....on,
Rec irilj,)..*  Bee "etary,
Incoroor.-.t,   Chinese   Home.
The   current   issue   of   the   British
Columbia Gazette contains    notice oflMsWATERS
thn  application  of  prominent    local
Chinamen to hav,. lhe Chinese Old j
Man's home in thla city Incorporated
under the Benevolent Societies a t
Tlie names of tho^e to h" tin- first
trustees or managing officers of thi
society are given as folb ws:  Chui ������
DICD.
AT BELL1NOHAM,
Dec. nth, Mabel Mc Waters mre
Mabel Armstrong), the wife of
David McWaterB, of this city. The
fuiieni! will take place from the
home of her parents, Arthur road
Edmonds, al 2 30 this afternoon.
(2603)
Specials
Only for a few days
Cans of corn, peas and Beans
10c. per can.
25c jars of finest Jam 20c.
Robson Grocery
Corner 6th St. and 5th Ave.
Phone 401.
QUALITY CHRISTMAS GOODS
1C47   ROGERS   AND   COMMUNITV   SILVERWARE.
STERNAN   NICKEL-PLATED   COPPERWARC
HOTPOINT   ELECTRICAL   GOODS.
I   X   L,   ELLIOTT  and   ROOGERS  CUTLEIIY.
ART  GRASS  AND  COPPF.I.   WARE
An article in this ware always makes an appropriate Christmas Gift,
FOR   PRESENTS  FOR   LADIES
W_ have Flower Vases, Candlesticks,  Rose Bowll, J_r.ineres, Crumb
Trays, etc.
FOR  GENTLEMEN:
A Cipar cr Cijprette Eox, Ar,h Tray?, Ink Stands, etc.
Remember, with every SOc spent in enr store vmi get a <lnnre
nt drawing lhe 550 C��.SE OF COMMUNITY CILVCR, or oth. r prize*.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Ni'W   WcKtmiriFtM.
���iPi.-*^-C%ZxilWRF**\m7
aSifornia
Christmas groceries \ Winter
All kind, of grocerie. &*\Agehtifor Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
Christmas use in stock at tne
Btorecf FOR RATES AND SAILINGS APPLY
F.  J. HART  &  CO.-  LT
',     mr* ~., .tlm.\. -t  ���! tllH
W. J.RUS iC
(Sucie.ior to Ayling & Swam )
���HI Columbia 8t. Pbcne .
7     *��� B -* ���
Estobllshta  Ifcir
fta ����rit�� Fire, Life. A indent, f rnployurm    i.nu-i'.-ty,   * ��i��tvik,i����   ina .
���Asiitif metiremM i
Make Your
Dollars Count
AT S. E. EDWARDS' BIG CHRISTMAS DISCOUNT SALE
Owing to the backward season I a.n compelled to make a SPECIAL BID for YOUR Christmas trade,
in order to reduce my large, well assorted stock. Rather than carry over hundreds of dollars worth of HIGH
GRADE merchandise, I havc decided to give my customers the benefit by sacrificing profits.
25 TO 50 PER CENT. OFF
On Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, Silverware, Novelties and Genuine Cut Glass.
Everything in the store will be sold at a big reduction. Each article marked in plain figures; orig-
nal selling tags un every piece of goods. I want you to come to my store, look over the stock, and if
/ou don't find the best goods in my line in the city at the lowest prices���don't spend a cent.
These Prices Tell the Story
Watches
Cent's   Colli    Filled,    guaranteed    20    years.    Regular $12.00.    Cut
to     SS.50
Cents'    GoM    Filled,    guarantied    20    years.    Regular, SHimi.    Cut
to   SIO.00
Cent's    Cold    filled,  guaranteed    20    yiars.    Itegular $201)0.    Cut
to   $14.50
Cents'   14K   Solid   Cold,   guaranteed  'id years.    Itegular $58.00.    Cut
to  $42.50
Ladies Gold Filled, guaranteed -���"> years. Regular $12.00 cut to $8.50
Ladies'    Gold     Filled,    guaranteed   26     vears.     Regular   16.00.    Cilt
to  $12.00
l.adiis'  UK   Solid  Oold,  guaranteed  -T> years.     Regular  128.00.    Cut
to    $20.00
Bracelets
Cold   Filled.     Regular  $4.00;   cut  to	
Gold  Filled.    Regular j 6.60;   cut  to	
Solid   Cold.     Regular   $12.00;   rut   to	
Solid Cold, pearl setting.    Regular $20.00;  out  to.
$2.75
$4.00
$7.50
$14.75
Necklaces
Pearl.    Regular  $ll'ii);   cul   to   	
Pearl and Ciuiieo.    Regular $12.00;   cut to...
PiMirl and Cameo.    Regular $20.00;   eut to..
$8.0O
S3.��S
$15.50
Tie Pins
9K Regular $1 75; cut to.
InK Regular $8.60; rut to..
14K Regular $3.60; cut to,.
95c
$1.75
Fobs
Ladies' Cold Filled.
1-adies' Cold Filled.
Ladies' Solid Cold.
Gems' Cold Filled
Gents' Gold Filled.
Gent's   Solid   Gold.
Regular $8.60; cut  lo   $1.75
Regular $8.00; cut to  $3.15
Regular  $4.00; cut  to  $3_0O
Regular $6.00; cut  to $5175
Regular  $6 00 : cut to  $3!75
Regular  $9.00; cut   to   $5.75
First Come, Best Served���Store Open Evenings
E. EDWARDS
THE JEWELER
��21   COLL'iVFIA   STRKEET.
HALL &  LAVERY  CLOCK   (NEXT CITY   HALL
$7.50
Christmas Furniture
at Lower Prices
We ars offering for Holiday Trade special reductions on all upholstered
furniture. Our stock is the most up-to-date in the City, and with prices
within ihe reach of all. You will benefit by purchasing from us We guarantee to save you money.
Mahogany Parlor Chair.   Special  $7.50
Rockers to match.   Special  8.00
Solid Oak Rocker, leather scat.   Special  6.00
Sleepy Hollow- Arm Chair.   Special 14.50
Parlor Tables are useful and inexpensive and
there is always room for ono in the house. Prices
ae low as $4.00
Good Pictures are always appreciated and help
brighten a gloomy room. Our stock is new. Prices
to suit all.
���-Denny & Ross "f
Jardinieres,   Sixth am] Carnarvon   ^ SATURDAY,
���*- -
DECEMBER  13, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
VICTORIA DOWNS ROYALS
6-2 IN ROUGH GAME
���    .3
Ion Monday. According to the estimate
jof counsel on both HiiieH, the hearing
will laut at learn five weeks.
:. ft
*.
TODAY'S   SPORT  CARD.
ver. The body is at Howell'* undertaking parlor., awaiting Instructions.
Di ceased has U -u In the city three
days.
Viotorla    Hockey      Team      Captures
Opening   Game   at   Capital���
Oatman III.
Victoria, Dec. i'i.- With Eddie Ont
man down with the grlpp? and In no
shape to play his usual game, and
I'hurlic ToblO still Buffering from Injuries received in Tue.day night's
name, tile New WesUnlnsler hockey
MptetlC vent down lc def.ni bere
tills c\' nliiR by u score of six to two.
This   v.as   Victoria's   opening   name
and 4,000    spectators   crowded    the
arena when  lhe play opened.
Although  the  Hoyals showed speed,
tho combination of the Aristocrats
was too much to offset, fivu of the
Bix K��als being accounted for by
paxswork.
Tlm game was one of the rouglieni
tli llie history ol coast hockey. Hie
penalty bench being decorated with
players from Uio outset. SI Griffith.-;
acted as referee wltli Mickey Ion as
judge of plav.
Line-up.
Westminster. Victoria.
Goal
Lehman       I.lmlsav
I'oint
Tobln    Oenge
C'overpoint
Johnson     Smaill
Itover
Oatnian       Poulin
('en tre
Mallen       Dunderdale
.light Wing
.McDonald       Howe
Left Wing
Throop       Ke
Coast   League  Standing.
It Ih whisper*! that an unofficial half
holiday lias been declared at Kdmonds
and Kast llurnaby for this afternoon
in order to allow all the fans to take
n Hie g nine. Manager Grant is tak-
iig no chances and will field a repre
tentative team even though the Iro-
liiols cup fiiuil Is scheduled lor the
'ollowiug Saturday. Italph I'orresler
will handle the gnme which will start
it  -:_0.
At Sappertcn Park.
Bapperton and ''ity should aleo pro-
ride plenty of Inter:sling football ai
Bapperton j>arl<. these two teams as a
rule unci.rk some remarkable display
work owing to the Intense rivalry of
tho paat few  seasons.
On its record of cup tie games, lhe
t'lty should get away with both points
but the players will have to fight
hard If they do win. Harry Tidv will
be the official
Bankers Travel.
At Hunjultlam, the Bankers should
improve their standing and go-il aver-
ig-i agalnsl the Barquttlamltaa, who
It is understood have added some ne.v
playera to lhe list for this occasion.
��abworth wlll officiate at this game
wlilch '.arts at 2:3(1.
Soccer
City League���
Hurnaby   vs.   Hovers,   Mcody
purk,   H:30   p.m.
Sapperton  vs. City,    Sappi r-
ton  park. IAU p. m.
Burqultlam is. Hankers, Hur-
f|uitlam. 2:30 p. m.
Junior  Allium i
It. Q. H- S   vs. McLean Park,
ai Robson  park, 3.00 p.m.
Rugby
Hoyals      vs.   Rowing    Club.
Queen's park,  .!  p.  in.
Crusaders  vs.  Welsh,  Urorl.
ton  point, 2 p.m.
V.    M.    ('.     A.    vs.    Welsh,
Brockton point, :; p.m.
.Mi"K' chute t'up Series
Nanalmo at Victoria, 3  p.m.
.MARSHALL In the passlnK yester-
'day of Jame*. Marshall at Ihe family
residence, 909 Huh street, New West-
j minster lost another old timer and
well known citizen. Mr. Marshall
!has been here for nearly a fiuar'.'-r of
i century coming from Portage la
Prairie, where he resided for a time.
lie was a native of Scotland and formerly a member of the Sons of Scot
land. By trade he followed the painting and decorating line. Mr. Marshall
leaves a wkipw and a large family to
mourn his loss.    A.  D.  Marshall, the
! well known  lacrosse player, is a son.
i Tbe body will be cremated at Vancouver on Monday. It |a now at Mur
chle's  undertaking  parlors.
Flre in a Hospital.
Hartford. Conn., Dec. 12.���Forty-
jtwo patients in the Hartford hospi-
'tal were hurriedly carried out of one
cf the wards last night while fire
; raged below them in tiie cellar.
OBITUARY.
AMATEUR HOCKEY
TUESDA Y, DECEMBER 16th
Beavers v. Fraser Mills
Moose v. Sapperton
PRICES:
GKNI.HAL ADMISSION 25* RESERVED SEATS 50*
Will Latt Five Weeks.
San Pram Isco, Dec. 12. The Jury to
hear i ridenee In the trial of eiRht of-
neen, and employees of the Weatern
Fuel company, charged wuh conspiring to defraud the federal government
nut of customs duties by (alee weighing of Impon d "nal. was completed
today In the United States district
court     The   actual   trial   will   begin
McWATERS The funt ral cf the
late Mrs. McWaters will take place
from tlie lainily home on Eighteenth
avenue, Kdmond:-, to the Kraser cemetery at 2 c'elock this afternoon. Thc
members of Beulah Rebel-tab lodge.
No. i, ut which  Mrs. MoWaters wa3
a member, will meet at SiBter West's
home. Eighteenth avenue, Kdmonds.
at 1:80 p. m. and attend the funeral
in a body.
NOHIiMANN The death occurred
In this eity yesterday of Mrs. Christine  Nordmann,  aged 83,  of  Vancou-
SIXTEEN   CHOICEST  VIEW   LOTS
In the West End.  Corner 7th Ave. and 20th St. Half
block from Vancouver car.
FROM $800 UP.
Terms $100 down and $100 every four months.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
746 Columbia St.     312-315 Westminster Trust B1dg.
Phone 85R. Phone 85L.
MONEY TO
LOAN
On first mortgages, $500.00
and up on city or farm property must be improved.
Safe Deposit Boxes to rent.
From $2.50 per year and up.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
HEAD OFFICE:  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
J. J. JONE8, Managing Director.
J. A. RENNIE, Secretary Tre Jf..��.
Westminster  ���
Victoria   	
Vancouver
Next    gams
Pi. W,
3    2
...     2    1
1    II
Viotorla
Agst.
it;
s
Vancou
ver,  TucBday.   Hee.   16.
TODAY'S RUGBY
Royals  Meet Vancouver Rowing Club
on Queen's Park Oval���The
Line-up.
After a  rest mt two weakl   the   New
Weatmlnater rugby ir, win tack'.e the
Kowlag club <;( Vancouver al Queen's
park oval thia afternoon.    In the last
encounter between tbeae two teama
thn Koyala held the oarsmen to a
score of h!x points to three and indi- ���
rations point to another tough battle I
thin afternoon. A. K. l.loyd will prob- {
ably handle the wfalatle. Here Ih the;
lineup: Dunford, Wilcox, Dltchbiirn. j
Raley, Dart. Davidson, UIrks. Mae-
Uouald. Stevenson, DiivIh. Hoble-S,]
KvanH. Hmldork, Andrew. Spareg, |
l-Yird.   Duncanson   and   Whittaker
8angstere and College Win.
Tho Sanpster boys and the Btiiduts
were the winners In a brace of luter-
eatlng baaketball games staged nt the
I'oliimbiiui collrtte gym last evening, j
Tho Sangsters beat the Aiiauaca by
thr-Po poiutB, the score belnn 20-17.
while the OOlfoga put It over the Tigers by a HllKhtly better margin; the
linal r.ault being 2H-23.
THREE SOCCER GAMES
Mcody,    Sapperton    and    Burquitlam
Playing   Fields   Busy   This
Afternoon.
Tbe City Soccer league table mayor mny not be changed this afternoon
but aa In all Bports and especially In
football  Upaeta  aro always  In  order.
The chief centre ot Interest Ih at
Moody l'ark whore Hurnaby aud Rov-
em clash Since It has headed the
league during the past few weeks, the
llurnaby team has met with fine support from tho suburbau residents und
IF YOU WANT DRIED
FRUIT SELECTION,
BUY AT ONCE
Our stocks are complete, but preaent reports are a scarcity of ahelled
nuts and peels.
We bave the finest curranta to he
obtained In packets, 2 for 2Se.
Choicest Seeded Raisins, 2 pkta 2Ss.
Fancy Sultana Raisins, por lb. 15c.
Jap Oranges, per box40c.: larger
boxc.   45c. '
A shipment of Spiticnburg and Roman  neaurjr Apples, per box $1.88.
A few boxes of Cooking Apples.
These aro Baldwin! and Ben Davis,
per box 81.25.
Olnger  Marmalade,  per bottle 25c.
Hed Gooseberry Jam, bottle 25c.
Canned Tomatoes, large tins, 2 for
28e.
Canned Corn, 2 for 25e.
Cannod Peaa, per (In, 10e.
SATISFACTION  IS OUR AIM
Dean's Grocery
Phone 881.
lurr lloeh "iluwhla Street.
FRIDAY ANO SATURDAY
"THE TAMING QF
TW SHREW
8  ikaepaara'a Fare* Com*dy
Beautifully  dona  to a three-part
���otlon picture, full of heart* Uugha
nad big dramatic scenes.
Shop Early
and benefit
by a better
selection
To Visit the Store and See the Bi�� j
Selection of Christmas Gifts
for Men
Our selection includes the newest novelties in Dress Accessories,
purchased from the very best makers.
purchase neatly
and cleverly
boxed
Let Us  Help You Select a Practical Gift forFather,
Brother, or Him
fM      ' ' Wx
House Coats $5.00 to $25.00
Bath Robes $5.00 to $18.00
Lounging Robes $8.00 to $25.00
Slippers  $1.50 to $250
Hats  ���....'- $3.00 to $5.00
Caps SOc to $1.50
Umbrellas  $2.00 to $7.50
Walking Sticks $1.00 to $5.00
Gloves ... $1^0 to $3.00
Fancy Vesta $3.50 to $8.00
Knitted Mufflers $1.00 to $6.50
Hose, Lisle and Cotton 25c to SOc
Silk Hose 50c to $1.00
Boxed Hose ... $1.00 to $1.50
Silk Handkerchiefs SOc to $2.00
SATURDAY
SPECIAL
Any $30.00 "Society Brand" or
"Fashion Craft" Suit or Overcoat
$20.00
linen Initial Handkerchiefs... .Sc to SOc
Linen Initial (boxel) ...... $1.00 tu &QQ.
Suspenders (holiday box] SOc to $240
Cravats (holiday bobt) , . .sic to $&5t
Cravat and Hose Stfs TEeteflLSt
>tot_TJHM��ll * - .
Sweater* U^x-mMmvm*
_    . i       9 ��� >*l*m*mt��*x-*ttmSlri
Shirts, (Madn* *&<$���**1
ii
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at..
toilet Seta.
Military
Bill Rolls and Card
S*.
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MW.
WESTMINSTER'S
AUTHORITATIVE
STYLE SHOP
A.S.M.LL
5nun Appuf
for the You/ii-orMvn
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mi ii. iilrijr-1^ - ��� ���   ���- ^ "'
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lUt: NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  13,  1913.
AGENCIES.
���utesm-sD aus -mix bh kb-
���aivi'd tor Tne Newe it th�� follow-
tas placea; P. T. Hill's drug store,
4ft Columbia street; A. Sprice,
Qaeeasboioui'.li. l*���\ Islac-i; Mrs.
K. I-ardiiii. HtgMaad Pa**; Mrs. V
Lewis, Aim Vista.
FOR  1ALE
iiri". l'Kit Cl-NT. OFF Al-l. BBD
furnlshlngo till Christmaa. Genuine
money raisin? reductions in all
other llnea. WoBtarn Home Furn-
labers, 403 Columbia street   (2594)
*k*t4>***mm**********
m> HATES. ��� }
*t* m ****** ***** ***m BMALl
*thm**m*4���Due cent   per word   par
*tm*, ����� per
FOR
S
.I.K
A
CBRTIFICAT
���:   in
pia:
0
'dot
con1
,'SI
':    worth
$121.
Par
Id
lars
at ���)
ii
Ash   tur.
1,    or
.'1,0
If
827)
3589)
word per we*k; Itc per
asantb; tflQQ words, to be ua��d as re-
mstlTtii wlttii: one year from date of
���aatract,  $25.00.
IMPROVED     FARM,
train line, for sale, or exchange
Inside city property,   P, t). Hox
(2
at
WANT K D ��� CONTRACTORS
erect bungalow. Particulars 7
p.m.. No. 4 77 Eighth avenue
city. ���
TO
to 8
east.
KOR SAI.K A I'AIR OF HAY
horses, risltu; seveu ami eight
yeara; weight 2800 lbB. Will be
sold on the market on lice. 19th. .1.
K. Davis, Tyneheud. B. 0,      i__fiS)
FOR SALE���BELL YOUI PROP
erty through an ad. in this column.
FOR SAI.B���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every one guaranteed  Mar
kel bquare. I-.alii)
POINTS OUI DAMAGES Of
ORIENTAL IMIGRMION
(Continued Irom page one)
from Bouth Africa; look at the class
we have got luu-e. Suoh Bars and perjurers never entered a coun of Justice in Canada, and these are the
people who would force themselves
upon  UB,  and  demand    equal    right* j thl
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT
fontracts wanted. H. K. Pfcrk, Carter-Cotton  Bldg., Vancouver.  (2D99I
1JAU.Y
Allen.
titer.
IVORS
I; eneral
WANTKD    MRS.
nelivery.Wrstmln-
2600
WANTED -AN 8 ROOM HOUSE OR
JttunKalow;  hot water   heating   and
nuidern in every olber respect;
innst be well finished and in gocd
condition,  centrally    located;    Kast
Knd of the city    preferred;    lease
for one year, by small family; no
Children. What offers? Appl}, giving full  particulars, to    llox    '2605
News office. ~MH
AUCTION SALES.
FURNITURE. STORE STOCKS AND
farm sales couducted. Kurullure
bought for cash. P. It Hrown. 17
Begble street, New Westminster.
125171
| Pioneer Dooks on n.C. and California by
a pioneer. Canadian Camp Life, 2nd eili-
tiont Anions tlie Peoples of B. C.; In the
Pathless West; Nan, or Pioneer Women
and I_na. The sets of five fur 1:1.ill) nr
7"ie. per copy till Jan. Uth. Address !���'.
E.   Herring,   ill"   Hamilton     St..     New
i Westminster, B.C., or any of the hook
stores.    Discount tu the trade.
(2518J
VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. W. C. A.       Phone 1324
MATERNITY. SURGICAL AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
TO  RtNT
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.tries  Phon*  115.      Barn  Phan*  11.
���egbl* Street.
HaKKage'DattvorsI Promptly ts
any psrt of tb* elty.
ugbt and Heavy Hauling
shipping by both buying and building,
and every shipping line aa soon us it
conies into existence la BUbsldizsd by
the government, so that In ease of
war ahe can call upon theae ships at
any  moment  without delay.    Bhe has
her eye on the American continent,
British Columbia especially, on account of iis natural resources, and
���_iie is usitiK every means Ui get a
Btrong foothold, she is in the labor
market, and every industrial enterprise that it is possible for her to xet
Into, i-oi ii be remembered that a^l
capita] that passes through Japanese hands  is ho  much  loss  to the
: white laborer, the white manufacturer and the while  business man;  and
jnot only that, bill il Is a loss to the
country, as that capital passes out of
i iiie land entirely,
Sl nie people lay lhal if we step
this we shall probably lose their
trade.    1 say It there are goods here
1 that  they  require  they  will  trade all
: lhe same, and llI uie say. if condition ��� are noi altered, in half   a con
Uury or less, w. will bave no   trade I
nor the source of il. as they will take
both, and won't nsk our consent.
| Want Wealth of Canada.
j    Japan is fast cc niing to he the con- |
trolling power of the easl, antl  when
that  end   is   attained,   the  Jap.   with |
the Chinaman and a  tew   millions of |
turbulent  Hindus,  will make the Am
ertcan continent tlieir objective point.
There is plenty of room in  Asia and
I Africa for ihese people, l>u,',. they
want the wealth of Canada.
1 have heen fif:een years anioni:
Ihese people in the Kast. th(. Chinese
Japanese, Malays, Hindus and fill
galeae,  and   there   is   nol   one   single
point io recommend them as citizens
of this land among whites. In every
1 other respect they differ   from us, as
Imuch as they do in color.
The  Dominion  of  Canada   and  the
1 United Stales should lose no time in
pulling the Pacific coasl in ;i tjior
oug'n state of defense.    All these eel
i ored races from the Easl should be
excluded without discrimination, except thOie on business, and travellers
'and that will be a point gained in tlie
���OR RKNT--$6 MONTH.  5-HOO
house on Hochester road; twenty I
nttnulas from car. t*. Baker, Bur- j
��iuitlarii V. O. *f2G0'_*
^r; iYfanted, Koney on Morttjaps
ITV   nr   mfw   WESTMlHUTtn, BC
FOUR VACANT ROOMS TO KENT
to gentlemen roomers at SOS Carnarvon street. C2B92)
(TOR RENT ���IF YOU HAVK BOGUS
to rent try an ad. Id thia -column.
niRNISHED COMPI.ETB. HOUSE
keeping roonia. $10 and $45 per
month at 224 Seventh stiwt. (2522i
Agents
iSoglOBB,
mobile
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST���OLD ENGLISH BOB-TAH.
Hhcpp dog; cream color. Reward
It. Drysdale, 41 Wellington ytroet.
city. Anyone found harboring will
be prosecuted. (2601)
COLLECTIONS.
b_u kck i a i_ui_i.i_c;ii_M -BVtUllt-
Kbere. No collection, no charge.
American-Vancouver Merce.at*He Agency, 236 Hastings atreet weat, Vancouver. <251*1
���UtMO REGISTRY ACT.
tta Blacks #, 5, 7. 8, ��. 10 and 12   of
part of 3. W. Vi, Section 18. Tow ii
ship 8.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title ito
���'Mt* above property will be issued Ui
���Mabel l_tiuiaa Playfair on Use -1st x\.\,
���eft December, 191.1, unless ia thtt -wan-
U���v. a valid objection be msi/* im me
its wri-tins by a   person   or   persons
���elaunuiK mt estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
1. C. GWYNN,
District Registrar of Titles.
Caurd Registry Office,
New Westminster, I5.C, November
25th.  11113.
CAN OFFER TO CLIENTS THF.
following mortgages all at 10 per
| cent, on times from 1 to a years.
I Fullest inspection courted,
i $10,000 ON 130 ACRES, ALL IM
! proved, close to Coquitlam City
j watertront; value $60,100.
I$5,000.00 ON IX1T 66x132 FT,-FINE
J modern dwelling, semi-business
1 property. Ntw Westminster, U.c.:
j    value  $26,000,
$8,500    ON    LOT    r.'lxl64-- A    FINE
modi rn Swelling,   close   in.   New
Weatmlnster;  value $9,000.00.
$6,000.00  ti.      ':.   ACRES  ALL  UN-
dl r   cultivation   In     Fraser  avenue
|    main    read    to    Ladner:     Modern
house and  barn;  value $17,000,
$3,000.00  ON  MODERN   STEAMER;
cost  $22,000;   fully    equipped    and
I    paying charter;   full  marine  insurance.
IF ANY OF THESE INTEREET YOU
write cr see
ALFRED W. McLEOD.
MeLeod  Hldg. New Westminster,!,.
(2608) b. c.iMrs.
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
telephones:  Office 53. -Residence 429
JOHN  UE1D, Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Palmer Bros.' Cnaollii,
Marine Engines sud Auto
Repairs.
Oflice and  Works:   Tenth  St.
! ���> O. Box 474.    New Weetmlneter. B.C
SPIRELLA CORSETS
Made  to   measure,   guaranteed   one
year.   Phone 678 for appointment.
MRS. TWISS, City  Manager.
(2485) 237 Sixth Street.
11. C|l
Xave-Browne-Cave
The persim or persons bavinR iu
Cfteir custody or possession Un* follow
<___�� Title Deeds rclatinj? to <!*e said
���jH-oiv.'rty are requested to deliver tbe
���axxtrit to the undersigned.
_7t_�� January, 1879. Crown Krar.-t -to
������Ukrctfon Parmer Dafoe ot S. VV. �����.
Section 18, Township 8.
17th January'. 1879, Oordon Parmer
Dafoe to Qeorge Marshall, c���ayance
Mg.'iie of Lite SAV 10 acres of S.W U
Scctiiw H, Township 8.
'Mrt December, IMS. Qonhm rarwr
ft>aitH^ to .lack Miller, tonveya- * In
*cv of S. part of S.W.VI. 8-eetlon 18,
Totvnslilii 8.
?4t>. September, iti<)4.   t;<!r<t.v,! \ .������
trner lYmitM* to .lack Miller. -eonTeyaace
tn Iff part of S W, Vt.   8aeUon   tf
Tti��"n4rtitp -.
Ilth February, 1006. 3:i<:V Mil'.n- to
.la-ml Wrisbt. conveyance In fee of
the. south portion Of S W. '.; nl Bee-
*ion 18, Township 8, except tt acres
J. V.. OWYNN,
���<2-��7-fi) Histrict Uegistrar of Titles
SBAI.ED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned,    and    enaoraed "Tenders fm
PuMlc  Building, Porl  Alberni,  B.C.," will
be received at this office until * :���,, p.m
on  Wednesday,  :iist  1 mber,   1813,  lor
.tin- construction ot a  Public  Building at
Port  Albernl,  B.C.
Plans, specifications and form of contract run In Been and fnnits of e-niti-r
obtained nt the office uf the undersigned,
Postmasters at Port Albernl and al Na-
.iialiiiii. innl Mr A. .1 I'hishelin, Caretaker
Public  Building,  Vancouver,
Persons tendering arc notified thai H'n-
'itiTs will nm In considered unless made on
���the funi-iK Ruppll-cd, and Blgned with their
actual Blgnatttres, Btatlng their occupation,
ami   pli i   residence.     In   tin*  case  ol
, finiiK, tie- actual signature, the nature nt
-the occupation, .nnl place of residence nf
���each   membei   of  the firm must br given..
Kach  tenuei   musl   lie  a impanled  i,y| Sewing
nn in sepled cheque oi n chartered bank,
payable t.. tin ordei ol the Honour ible
the Mlnlatet uf Puhlli Works, equal tn
tan per i-'iu   (10 p.c.)  ni  the amount  of
llin'  lender, wl i  will bi   forfeited  It  lbe
person tendering decllni '* ,*ti*."r Into n
���contract when called upon to do bo, "t* fall
to complete im wnrk contracted foi lf
the lender be not accepted tin rhoqui -.iiii
tin  n turned.
The Department ilm-s not bind Itaelf to
:a,'i'-*ttt  ilm lowesi or nnv  lender,
WM.   HENDEKSON,
Ri Ident Architect
i.f Publlc w.iri<-> Office.
Deer, ntli, 1913.
wil! not lie paid for ihli
II they Ins. rl ll wlthoul
��� ii   I leparti it I 2600 i
and Mist
L.R.A.M., A It CM
^EM3ERS OF THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
Lessons in Pianoforte, Violin, Sing
ng, Voice Production. Theory (in
_lass or privately), Harmony, Counter
point, Mimical Form und  History.
Pupils prepared for the examina
lions of the Associated Hoard of the
Iloyal Academy of Music and Uoyal
College of Music. Also Professional
Diplomas. Teacher or  Performer.
For terms, etc.. apply ul Dufferin
3trect.   Phone 411 R.
and privileges on the Btrength Of the
queen's proclamation, which was In-
'tended  lo  apply  to India    inly,    an.l
not to self-governing colonies.
Selfish People.
I have been ill India for clghl years
and   travelled  thousands  of   mlleB   in I
It.    1 have studied the manners and
customs of the nicives. and they are
llie   mosl   selfish   people   1   havt.  ever
met     I   will  relate  an   Instance.     In
the  year   1ST,"   I  was  on  the  road  In
the ftohllla country whero the famine '
��� was reaping a rich harvest.   Al a lit
He   village   aboul   SO   miles   east   of
Shahjahanpore 1  raw  111" natives living with hunger,  while tWo rice mer- I
I chants in the same village v ould   not
attempt to save life hy giving them
some rice. A liritish regiment on the
j inarch was pitching camp there, and
'when lhey saw the state of affairs.
; their feelings were touched.   They at
once gave up their allowance of rice
! from the commissariat, and all rank..
were  making  a  subscription  to  buy
mcre rice for the hungry pi ople when
the rice merchants mentioned above
(Otind it cut. They doubled the priee,
whloh meant reducing the quantity by
half, although  it  was  for the benefit
Of their own starving race.
Lcrd Hardinne.
1  cannot  see why     I.crd  Hardinge.
who has had a narrow  escape  from
their hands, should become their advocate  for admission  to any  of tbe ;
self-governing colonies.   In any case
Hie.e  people  are  entirely   unf.t  to
enter Caaa'l. British    Ctiutf-b'S    in
particular.   Thev are people of a dlf- i       ,        fi t0 be -llavc(1 here lM1 ,,.,. :
Cerent race and eoler, with a differ- WOrWii   chess-board .    between   the1
ent disposition  in  every  respect;  a ;hcrd,,s l)f thfl Ea8, w<j lhe uh-t
people that cm never aaalmllate with 0, lhi, Wl,st
us, even  if they were Christianised. ' ^.   McDERMOTT
There ia plenty of room in India;  It
is not congeskd by any means. The
chief reason of their desire to come
here  Is  to    get  the    wealth    of the
while man in ihis broad Dominion,
Tlie  Chinese  aro  allowed  to
under certain conditions, after pay-
in;; a  head  tax,  and  it     seems,  no
matter how  great  the tax is.  it tloes
not  pr< vent   thetn   coming,   as   they
are still Increasing.
Japan Important Factor.
I The next, and most Important factor, is Japan. Sixty years ago most
I of the while people in the Wesl knew
i nothing about Japan except by look-
i ing at. the map, but the whole world
' knows what Japan is loday. liy
'some she is admired and by others
j she is feared. The world's history
! cannot, produce the record Of any
| nation whose rise has heen so rapid.
She had come up wilh meteoric splendor.     Sixty  years  ago    she    had   no
army, navy or war material.    A few
j years ago she conquered Russia both
j by land and sea, and compelled her.
to make  terms.    She    has    annexed
Korea.    She  also  has  the control  of*
I Manchuria.     She   is   building   batlle-
i ships as fast as workmen are able to
; gi,i through with them, and all on the
mosl   improved   principle.     One   was
launched the other day wtth a registered speed of 25 knots, and an arm-
anient   of   14 inch   guns.    Japan   has
in v   a formidable nf vv.    She is also ,
rapidly     increasing    her    mercantile ���
'?'] SHIP YOUR RiRS^O
U      "__���*���  ���*''���''_���     ���   �����-��.   *~*m   rn-*-*. ****** * '
SHUBER1
', DO VOUH t'UU BtlSHnta DISCCT with lite lsii.il honw la the W��tU
- Ar.<w|iiJ rvchultrly la SMtKl'.'AN MW HISS
Get "More Money" ior your FU11S
SHIP TOUB l'l.T.S T���� "SiMtBEIIT1
arelluhte���rmpen'-ilil'- -imfo���loirllinviewith nti itntilon'.ii'.hcd rep-
iililtlnn exlHtinit far -|ncr�� than Hiluurtcref ti century," u li.iiK.ue-
c-��i-i.fulri-"irilii!s��nrtii.,'. l'ur'fliiiiiii"ni|>riiim't--aATIl>l''AlTllRV
AN'li PROFITABLE returns. Write Ier -Xte MmIm! ��lili����r,"
the only t_liui.le. acoarats market report anil prlne list published.
���Wrllo lot It-NOW-U'. PIIKK
A    D   CUI IHC1.T  lm.m   ZS-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.
A. IS. jnUDtKl, inc. pCPt. hz9chica.,o.u.s.a.
^_W^i
r_.r_*3
The Royal Standard Test
\
iir
<��� �� where
.1.
v,c test the
ol Canada's
wheat  crop.
Iliee
Kast Burnnby, It. ('.. Dec.
iter Church Notices
ST.   ANDREW'S   PHKSHYTKIllAN |
CHURCH,    corner    Carnarvon      and
Blackwood streets,    Services 11 a.m.
and  7.:tn  p.  m.;   Sabbath  School and
, llible Class -.iio p.m.
ST. STBPHBN'S rilHSHYTKIIIAN
CHURCH���Sermons 11 a.m and 7 :t t
p, lit. Evening subject. "Wanted A
Faith for a Task." Bible class and
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Guild
meets Monday  at  8 p, ir..    M   Cordon
Melvin, B. a., minister.
OI.IVKT HAPTIST CHURCH, Hev
A. S. Lewis. II.I... pastor. Publlo wnr
ship 1 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Young
men's Haraca class and Fidelia elas.
for young ladies. 2:30 p.m. A kindly
welcome.
ST.    STKPIIF.NS,    BURQUITLAM
CHURCH OF K.N'(iLA.ND). Children's'
service  3:15  p.  m.  Kvensong. choral.;
7 p. m.
\
International   iiihie  Students  meet
in  their hall, corner Seventh avenue I
and     Fourth     firii*\     Suntluv     at   :t
o'clock. and at  7.30  p   m.    All  Inter
rstf-d In Bible Study cordially Invited.
Seats  free and  no collection,    l-afi..) |
chcicrst j-impic-r.
six million acre
Wc gtind litem into (lour in lhe
little mill you see on the left o{
the picture. T l:rn comei the
supreme Icst-brcad-baWng. lf
thc bread is perfect i.i every
Way we pr.r.ounrc the wheat
Al and lhe (lcur.-ROYAL
STANDARD.
AT YOUR GROCERS
.VamoiiverMilli^sfirainCoLw*.
a Vancouver.S>wV.'cHli:ints'rr Nniionno Yn 'arm f
BEST
^vy "**>
T^ro; ���r_^K,.%*-_ffl2___.
NOTICE
LINE
VAL-
no. 8,
p m
mid
ALTERATION OF RUNNING SCHEOULE   OF   INTERURBAN
TO VANCOUVER, VIA CENTRAL   PARK,  AND  OF   FRASER
LEY DIVISION.
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, NOV. 2, 1913.
(Subject to change without notice)
WESTMINSTER-VANCOUVER (VIA  CENTRAL   PARK.)
Sunday schedule���Trains leave New Westminster at 6, ", "
8 30 and il a.m , and every 20 minutes thereafter until 8:30
After 8:30 service every 30 tnlnutes with last car leaving at
night.
Week day schedule- Trains leave N'ew Westminster at f>. SMS, 6.
6:15, r,::;ti, 6:46, 7, 7:15, 7:30, 7;45 and 8 a.m., and every 20 mlntiles
until 4 p.m.. From 4 p.m. lo 8-30 p in. a 16 minute service will be
given    Alter 8:30 p.m  a 30 minute service with last car at midnight.
Saturday service- Early morning schedule the same as on weekdays, but after 8 a.m., a 15 minute service will be given until mid-
night.
FRA8ER   VALLEY   DIVI8ION.
Through  trains  for Chilliwack have New  Westminster daily at
9 ��� am and 1:10. 3*35 and 5:4a pm. TralnB leave Chllllwack dally
for return trip at 6:10 a.m ami !*>*;:o am. and 1:10 and 5-46 p m.
Dally I'Apress service to Chllllwack from N'ew Westminster at 9:60
a in   and 3:35 p.m.
BR11ISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
I ���" ���v.H, hj
COLUMBIA     STREET,
EW   WESTMINSTER
Oirls'   clauses,  Tuesday  7:30   p.m.;
Adult classes. Thursday. 10:30 a.m.;
Classes,  Thursday,   7:30  p.m.
Hoarding and room rates reasonable.
Meals served to ladies and gentlemen.
Special dinner Fridays. 11:30 to 1:30.
For particulars call  phone  1334.
1 tepa rtmei t
Victoria   B.C.,
Newi tie't-
-.���uh'-rt��� turn!
IN   THE   MATTER   OF   THE
MECHANICS  LIEN  ACT,
%*%    THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH    COLUMBIA.
iin Probate.
ni
TheVnfti
��.-   V/ill!
:i
<i- tli** Mnitf-r of thfl Rfertol
Jotmson. lute nf the Ctty i
mhuter   DfYffaiwfl
3CQTICR   is   II1-.UKHV   CIVKN   <t>��l   n\\
t'r***S)inr*. anfl t.t*\tt penufw tattng nnv
Mrtafana  '>r  (.I'liici'ln  iiKrtin^t   rn** <*y,Mi.\-*  ot
iu��* vbi��v<�� nnmcil Tbornaii Jty*n*.rx\. Wtfi
ol thc n^y '��l S"w WesUMtatfsr in the
���fmi*-:v ni  \--\   Wi-NtfiuiistrT. im 1t��-  !*ro-
viv��v.' i.r BrtUsli Oolumhte. veimfeoOi who
___aHI ��n *'"��� ���s'-f'-'Hi fl��y ��f SrpfcBOrtw, M13,
iitifl w)i��v^> will wnn prr>*'<il m ttit* BupT**mo
Omrt -i" BrHtrii Columbl* on Th* CWrtlith
<AU of OdOiKT, 1*18, and ti- v^'Unnt* nnl
town p^nKwal wtata letter* i>f uOmtnlffttn
t|QN viilU th�� Wtll .iMiifX'tl vrtrv -rurrt"*! '
JTiumm Jobnnnn <>r th*- City ��1 N��w Wmrt-
--vitnMt-r ��*��ir'-��nlii. arc hrrobf renutrr*d -���-
��� *.,-. iwrt'ctilnni In wrH'nn; of \\\**\r tlfllTni
��� *0 ���,��� ������**.. i*. \ ���* \> O"- und��^rrtwtmi. Qte nfl ���
*wJrl*fM*��r with thn wltl MinncKdt on 'tr
Vw-f"^- thS lltli 'InV 'if J:mn;iry, \'iU.  ut lh-
Miutfrrat'W.lOTifit nAAmB, ji'i.r wKlen flirtn
t��wr wm nflmlnlrtrntnT irtUi Ow *k\\\ an-
���cmiHl will cv.f-11 to dl��trtbute tlw asaetfi
.���f   tii��*   Biiiii   Thomaa   Jotraam.   0������iotl
:twmn Itw pnrtU*ii entitled thereto, huv-
KMC r��'��ar<l only to ilir rl_ii.a�� nnrt flewuinflw
��� rt. wlm-'h h<- Hl'ii'l then have had nffttri- and
-. h��- nr.\M lirtniinwtritnr with lh�� will aii-
v.����^f*<l ���%**__ nol ��"��� haWe Ui-r thr URtt rtl
OM ��aftd nmiM .1nhn��(��Ti. dee���Wil *>r any
yjct-n thrrvi��f no tHsti.huTitl tn any petwon
���m \**T**rtn*. ��f wiiitMf ehitnM or flewnmdw Ttfi
���hml   r��r>t  th*-n  have) hail hotfcsa
rhdled thfri ilth *\ny -il Dicranhw; x.l>.
���tjjj i      ].rt.i *��� Ptroet,
JAMBS .lf��M*HON. To  #ral-l   Wnltei
jMMWHtratnr with tho Will AwttrnfL 113 i      Whom it  may
v.u-Jhth nint-t. New  WwHiifMtfwr. n*C.\    i��i   raii��ii'-nilnn
*_.\%1) *r��<ihi'j. 1*13.
lhl     ���!������' ������ i    ..:'    .i    M-'i !, 'hie-'    I.i -ii
foi i, ,"��� rinlrn. >i l.v .1 .in K. I i.
fan log ��������� Bu ilw hh .-in "WcatmhiRtcr
Iron   W ��� -iw "
Pun . ������ ���  ���      ��� ���" ���     37 oi  .- tld recited I
fhatuti   i   John  R^ii   ol  th��   Hits  of New I
v.". Btmln   ��� ���    Province ol   British  Col im
hla,   M< rlotor   ot   the   Witt-
������  rntnetei   troti Klve n il	
"  ������ ��� *       . i,   ni   $1 i S.OO   \*i
OP 'ix**-*.   flu     md   ai    ���' ���   (iv   *nr   ovi i   threi
i:: i mnn thn sftt* tl     in       ought to have!
I" 'Il     I'll! 01       '   r       I Ul      'lilV    Of I
Augiwl   191 '-. ! ,   th   rep   i   rU< ration nnd I
Improvumcw of a   i-rtan   r.hnlt��t tn wll
i     '-���������  ton  and aft i -i:  mn<! mat lne   ill le i
valve ��� :.-���"     ��� ��� .������.-,   v,\*\i
Oln ct  ' m.i" ��� lr cl |  and  ''��� i d ���
-mem   pumpe, driven  from  I  .���   p-
>ii'.-,il.  also   nten led   ���     ��hal    nnd  I Iin i *
i  ��� .  -    i i: ��� ;:       : ���    ���  i lne In In
good  working  eon lltim.  wll
bIjhTi  and  hi nrtng ��� on   n
newi <i and de\ el opi �������� alwni   15 h p,
'I , :��� Bjii et of and upon ��������� hli     ��ahl rhal
1*1 1 have ii li* n for mot ���.��� md mn   ,
ti-T-i-n  b' Btnwi d  b>   mi upnn     .-. '     ���  ,��� ���   ���
itn lit* j��h< ral lon, ri pair and Uni ' nt '
thnn -������* In t< anlnn the value ol
('���I,  Whieh eald chattel  waa :��� *
l-v Walter A. Qilley. of Kew v< itmlnnfr,
B.C., contractor, claiming to he the ov
thereof. i��n nr about the firm dav nf \;  \\
1 '���. For reoalre. a't��*i*atione and Imnrovi '
[m*��nt, nnd that I will .tt the expiration of
two <���! wt'.i<'-t from the flrat publication
��� ������ i, Ih ndvertlHenvnl to wit, on Saturday,
Ch" loth d iv of D-c 'mber, IfllJt, sell hy ,
pidffk ai'ellon Fold engine for thc 1111101111'
or fiM ! Iml' bti dnenn dun m-1  thereon t*n'l!
1' ��ts of thi* iidvertlHomoPl and p ihih i
nt   unld  nah
Th" t'mr   in'l blnce nf nald eucllon wilt'
v r1 Ii   nl  lhi     nur of 2M o'clock in the ]
fcTti moon  '"i   H iturdav,  the  JOth  day "f (
IJecemher.   I'.O't.   nt   mv   IniMlnesn   offi CO, I
Weatmlnater   Iron   vVorke,   N'o.   89,   ifhh'
[Street.  Me��   VVentmlnnter,  B.C., of which
jail nartien concerned are required to t;ike
���notice iinii govern thomeelven nccordlnglv
I     Dated thin  5th dav of  December,  A.h 1
11013.
JOHN' REIT),
By hie Solicitor, .1   P. Hampton TtnK ls\
New W^atmlndter, it C.
A    ililWv.   Rao ,   nntl   It.;
Dominion Trust Company
VANCOUVER, B. C.
New Wellington
COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office.   5S4   rroi-'   Street,
Foot ol  Sixth  Street.
P. O. Box 345, Phone 105
Revenue Account for Ten Months,
Ending October 31. 1913
Whftt *iih thp harbor Improvements, the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
tbe fisheries ond
Aitchison's
Ladies' Tailoiing Branch
mirHiy Westtnlnttet is coning to
her own.
J.N. AITCMISON
Tailor to Lacllea ��nd Gentlemen.
Westminster Trust Block.
Tu interesl m >> per  cunt,   pet  annum  on
Capital p.iiii up to
:jnth   Apr'.:,   mi:'.       40,173.50
_0iti  June,  i0i;t      4n,75!t.2r)
::uih  Krpti'intier,  ISlit        41,268.81 %   122.1111
ny   Balai
31at,  1912        	
A dd Adju.tmei ta and
able to piiHt >"iir
brtiuent   'orward   frnm   Oeo.
Sundry  lt'ins appllo-
I5.i8_t.ir,
i.'j_r,._4
To Balance m*. shown in Balance Sheet,
88,405.17
*188,596.K��
P,y   Net   Uev,
veBttni'iilH
penaoa and
mi", IncludliiK Interest on in-
iifier deducting general ex-
Inteieat on depositors' aocounti
17,141 4!��
17l.ir,2.4*
tiss.r,'.iii.s��
Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1913
Royal IntelligeTtcB-JBureftu
415 Westminster Trust Building.
J.  M. GAWA. M'jr.
ExcImhIvo n��i nt for 11 oliaHbi i
i'u . New Ynrk, niHiiitfnetiirers of
Typewriter Daoklng rtln*ets. Carbon
Papers fllhboiia. etc. Mall address,
tlrau't   lln   New   Westminster.
VICTORIAN IIU (if NURSES
<���<>,]'
ni
P I,. MacPhoraon, Bal-SBbury Ave,
Bdmonda, will be open to receive
gifts of food, clothing and toys to
make  up for Christmas hampers Ior
nf Hilt- notice,
ii
6tli   i i -    ,
(26S7; l--lr needy.
LIABILITIES
To lhe '.'.hit,i holder!.:
t'apiial
Authorized   15,000,000.00
Subscribed   2,Bi)ii,noo.oo
Paid tip   2,103041,84
Heservc as ut Dreemhor 31, 1912    XOO.OOO.OO
Profit and U.Hfi Halance        6B.40F..17 $2,06��,4B0.01
Mepoalta  and  UninvfBted  Trust  Knnds $1,382,749.67
Clients         402,829.15
Deposlta and Uft|hvested Truiit KundsJ 1,8^2.740.67
Sundry Credltori      lio.M... $l.��9!l,221.<)6
Quaranteed  First  Mortgage  Investment  Certificates     487.400.7r,
$5,456,071.82
Contingent Liabilities aa Guarantor of Loans. Bonds and
Inv, stmenls         835,762.26
AS8ET8
Investments:
Mortgages and Secured Loans and Accrued
interest    $2,442,702.40
Municipal nml other HoikIb and Debentures
and Accrued Interest       803,571.53
ShareB in other Companies       577,778.05
Sundry Investments           31,950.34 $3,856,002.32
Sundry Debtors, Including advances to Estates 1,071,227.24
Cash on hand nnd In flankii   86,729.01
Guaranteed Flrut MortgaRfl    lnveatment   Securities    442,113.25
$5,456,071.82 SATURDAY. DECEMBER  13, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
���*t*��m ������vo.
Christmas Brew
This Is a speeial, creamy, amber brew, prepared for the Christmas trade. We have made Bpecial efforts to get Something which
should please the public. Send your order early us tills particular
Btock Is limited.    Price same as "Premier."
Westminster Brewery
Phone 75 L
CO-OPERATION AND
FARMING IN B. C.
Head  cf Central   Celling Aoeney   Enthusiastic���"'ill   Invade  Coast
Msrkcn Next Coring.
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bid*
THE AMERICAN LADIES'
TAILORS
Are Making Chrl��tma�� Suits at Reduced Prices.    Order  Now.
Coll ��tcr  Block, Corner Clarkson and McKenzie Streets.
fei.  H.  HUCKLlN, N.  HKAHDSLKIB. W. ���_.. M. UUL'KLIN,
Pra*  aad O-mL Ugr. VIcfrPrMlclrai. *)**. ana Traae
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phonet No. 7 and 17..
BUILDERS ANI) CONTRACTORS.
Our Interior Finish is manufactured from timber specially selected for Klat flratn
We are also speciall/lng In l-'Ir Doors with Veneered Panels,
which are better In construction, more beautiful and no more expensive than  the old  solid  ratted  panel doors.
('���et our prlceB hefore placing vour orders
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO.. LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phones IS and 1��. ��02 Columbia Street "���'
Wholl sale and retail dealers iu the famous Comox Bfeam and
furnace ooal. A ton of this coal will, without doubt, boll more water
than any oilier coal on the market
We also have a limited supply if Old Wellington (Ladytmltb)
coal for stove and urate
We carry a good stock of building material, including Vancouver
brand of I'ortland Cement This cement Is being used by the Dominion and Provincial (ioverrinients and all the large corporations
and Oontractort In the province, lt Is ground very fine and Is very
uniform. Hard wall plaster, lime, sand, gravel, crushed rock, vitrjfied
aewer pipe, drain tlle, common and pressed brick, fire cby and flre
brick.
tt
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER.   B.C.
Branchea Throughout the Province of British Columbia.
ftavlngi Department at all Branches Deposits of One Dollar and
upwards received and Interest at the highest currant rate paid or
credited half yearly.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable In all parte of the
world.
CHAS. Q. PENNOCK. General Manager.
New   Weetmlneter   Branch: A. W. BLACK, Manager.
For the Christmas Holidays
THE
Will sell ticketa to points in Washington, Oregon. Idaho and British
Columbia at one fare and one-third for tbe round trip.
ON SALE DEC. 18th to 24th
RETURN LIMIT, JAN. 5th.
Low Round Trip Fares to Florida
Tickets on sale Dec. 9,16,28, 30; and Jan. 6,13,
20 and 27. Return limit, April 30th, 1914.
GOING TO EUROPE?
W�� bonk through via Oreat Northern and popular Steamship
lines from New York, Boatoiy or Portland. Becure ticketa aud
bertha of
F. C. MEYERS, Agent.
New Weatmlnater, ��.C Phonea 263, S41, 12��S.
Victoria, Dee. 11.���-"] am convinced
beyond question that the solution of
the agricultural problems of Brltlsn
Columbia is to be tumid In the general application of the co-operative
principle.' Bo sa>n It. I.oberison,
manager of the Okanagan United
Growers, who was In the city at the
requesl of the provincial agricultural
OOmmlSSlon, before whloh body In*
submitted evidence relative to tbe operation oi   the   cooperative   system
DOW   In   VOgUe  in   the    Interior,    and
ov, l* tin- fortunes of which he presides.
As wu.; explained by Mr. Robert-
sou the organisation bas only been in
operation for tiie paat nix montha, Ita
'������-ihU'lice   being   due   to   the   amend-
nent passed at the laat session of
the legislature to the agricultural as-
BOcIatlona act. but already he waa
satisfied not only that the aystem la
proving an umiualifled success In It-
,,ir as :, business proposition, but
also that it. Is meriting the hearty
approval of every fanner connected
with It. And that Is saying a great
deal, tor iiie selling agency, which is
the local title < f the growers' central
organisation, operates through such
widely scattered points ai Penticton,
Summerland, Peacbland, Kelowna,
Vernon, Armstrong, Knderby, and
Salmon Arm. At each of these points
there ia an auxiliary agent, who op-
eiitt,., in direct connection with the
central organization.
How System Works.
In speaking of the wcrk of the svstem. Mr. Robertson pointed on' that
thev bad not yet completed 'heir first
returns, but he was perfectly satls-
f.ed thai they would demonstrate
conclusively  the  ereat  superiority  of
the co-operative principle over the
old individual .system, where each
fanner foughi Ins own battle for
transportation and lair prices. "Our
results are not definitely known yet,"
aaid Mr. Robertson, ' but tliere is no
doubt at all tnat the figures will
prove an eye-opener, it will he made
as clear aa duy that the farmers, In
every instance, have not only secured
a _,-���_(_ price for tne.r product, and
(or ail tlieir product, because, as a
mailer of fact, v.e have already disposed of as much as 1)5 per cent, cf
it, but also thai they have been able
lo maintain their gr.p upon tne mar-
k,t. In the cily ol Victoria vou did
not get much of our fruit. The rea-
try to dale, although according to reports tneic should be a goodly run
or caribou. Tliere are plenty of signs
that in the pasl there lias be, n plenty
of caribou ill the. new camp, but this
year seems to haw been au off year
and as a consequence then- 1ms b-.en
no fresh neat in tlle camp with the
exception of grouse, ptarmigan and
rabbits.
A lew Bhe, p are to be found on
Bheep mountain, about fourteen miles
from  Discovery,    Allien   creek, but
111,' prospectors have been loo busy
doing assessment work to make the
trip to the mountain after in, at .
. Moat of the men in the new diggings are simply doing tlie BM8M-
inent work necessary to hold the
ground, and as fast as the ground Is
represented for the year lhey move
on and do the assessment work on
other ground. Kor that reason they
are not showing up the country in
very good shape, and no new pay has
been discovered.
In the camp il haa been decided
ihat a day's work is equal to $16,
and SO seven days' work is hi Id to
constitute a year's assessment work,
or labor to the value of $l(J(l.
In seven days a man cannot do a
great ueal toward proving a piece of
ground, and this is the average
amount of work that has been done
on claims in the Nelchlna.
Freioht Horses Butchered.
The horses that have been used to
freight in food and supplies have
been, with scarce an exception,
butchered and the meat hung up or
cached, to be used later for dog feed.
It Is now being sold ai _5 cents a
pound for this purpose and many an
outfit has paid a good price for
horses at Knik or Valdez and brought
.'is freight In and now is selling the
norsef by the pound for double the
price paid for thein. There is also a
great scarcity of tools for prospecting
In the camp and prospectors going in
sbould be sure to take In what they
wa:n in this line.
IREE PLANTING        j
ON THE PRAIRIE!
AskYourselfWhat
i would make your wife the happiest
'woman in the neighborhood ���th;-n vis-
lit our warerooms and bear the fa-
mona DOMINION PLAYER PIANO
for  your answer
1;   grows   In   favor    dally    because
everyone can play It.
Pay for It monthly.
j J. H. TODD S MUSIC HOUSE
I419  Columbia  St.  New Westmineter.
Effort to Banish Bar.
Regina, Dec. 11���This afternoon
the temperance forces of Saskatchewan considered a draft bill prepared
by l'rincipal l.loyd of Saskatoon and
presented the revised form to the government. They ask that a vote be
taken next December of the electorate
of the province to banish or perpetuate the bar.
Dominion Government Helps Farnv.rsj
of   Plains to   Establish
Wood    Lots.
Ottawa, Dec. 11. Kor several years
over two and a half million tree-seedlings and cuttings have been distributed annua',)- to lhe paririe farmers
.y the Dominion government forest
nursery station at Indian Head. Kor
the first eight months of the present
year, almost twelve thousand letters
of inquiry wero received by this nursery station, and lhe demand for
seedlings this year has so taxed the
capacity of the nursery that It Uas
been found necessary to establish a
branch  nursery near  Saskatoon.
The young trees are supplied only
to bona fide farm owners In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, and
then only In small lots not excefd-
ing five hundred seedlings In any one
year. Applications must be made on
suitable forms supplied by the forest
nursery station. A charge of 11 per
hundred for conifers, sucii as pine,
spruce and tamarack, is made, no order for less than 10 Uof any one ape-
Ices being taken.
The success of western tree plantations depends not so much ou the climatic conditions, as is erroneously
supposed, but rather on the care taken ith the delicate young seedlings before and after planting. To show the
farmers how best to obtain successful results with tlieir plantations, nine
Inspectors of tres planting are maintained Ly the Dominion government in
these provinces, and several bulletins
hearing on this work have been issued by ths forestry branch at Ottawa, and can be had on application.
The principal trees planted in lhe
west are ash, maple, Cottonwood, willow and Russian poplar. The first
two do well together, and ash especially Is much in favor with the farmers, having probably tho lowest
death rate of any. Willow and pof-
lare are usually supplied as cuttings
and do well together. The Russian
willow is growing In popularity with
the farmers on account of its ease
of propagation, its quick growing
qualities, hardiness anrt freedom from
disease. That spruce, larch (tania-1
rack), and Scotch pine wlll also do
well on the prairies Is no longer
i questionable.
! The best results are in all cases at- ]
��� talned by planting the trees ln the!
spring in belts at least twenty yards
wide on well prepared soil, such as
summer fallow, or garden land, the
trees being spaced about four fe-ct
apart and planted in rows to permit
machin" cultivation In order to protect the soil from weeds and evaporation until the trees gTow large
enough for their branches to meet
CREAM
Pure-" Wholesome���--Reliable-*-
Indispensable
Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority
unquestioned. Its use is a protection
against alum food. In buying baking
powder examine the label carefully
and be sure the powder is made from
cream of tartar. Other kinds do not
make the food healthful.
Grand Trunk Pacific Steamships
Prince Rupert and Prince
George.
Mondays and Thursdays at mid-
rii-ti.i   fot   Prince   Rupert.
Tuesdays   anrt   Hs*',.r*a*fS  nt   12
midnight   for  Victoria ami  Beattle.
Thursdavs   at    li    midnight   for
Granby Bay.
Friday.   Dec.   12th,   at   1.   midnight for -Queen Charlotte Islands
points.
Monday.   Tlec.   Uth,   at   II   mld-
nlBlu for Stewart and Masai t.
GRAND TRUNK   PACIFIC.
train* mnnert at Prinre Itu-pre-l
with Monday and Thursday su.-*._f_i-
ers from Vancouver for Ternw-u,
! .aaHUjn. Smither-*; mlxedl .r_m_��
tu  I-oae I_nke  (mile  _eu.)
GRAND   TRUNK    RAILWAY
trains cmnm at ChlcaK�� Witt. ___!
11,ii s fruui  the  Went.
EUROPE
TT***-ete to and  from
any Kt,-am_tltp l.a,- you w__tk. **ttt
***. xi,. T**-iTi all.
Wo   wilt   bo  Rlad   to   submit  an   ilM*ttt*Ty lor your approval.
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1     W. E.  Duperow. G.A.P.D.    H. G. Smith, C.P. * TJ*.   1
1   527 Granville St, Vancouver.         Phone %ey. 8134.   1
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TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P. O. tOX 442
TELEPHONE   124
TO THE
MANUFACTURER
In view of the industrial development in
Greater Vancouver, actual and in prospect, and
to the fact that in the
past many manufacturing plants have been
lost to the community
owing to the exorbitant
prices demanded for
land, your careful attention is invited to the
following:
The Coquitlam Terminal Company have far
sale to bona, fide business concerns, manufacturing sites, all clear
and level, with trackage
and ample waterfrontage at from twelve hundred and fifty dollars
per acre, also home sites
for employees at extremely low rates, with
excellent school facilities, city water, electric
light, etc Address enquiries to
COQUITLAM
TERMINAL
CO, LID.
Granville Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
ftoMiroioi*
Nobbylread
The World's Best Tire
T
Is now "Made in Canada** fin this New
Million Dollar DOMINION Ifire Factory*
'HE demand across lhe line for tfie "Nobby Tread** Tb
keeps four great American factories hatj.   Its stperionly
has been clearly demonstrate! bolt ifcoe and in Canada.
We could see no reason wby Canadian motonfts should __
be able to get the same mcomparar__fe tire* "Made in Canada,*!
by Canadians.
So we secured the Canadian rights
to all the patented designs and exclusive
processes which have made U.S.
"Nobby Treads" the world's best.
Then we erected the big factory yoe
see below, and equipped it witb
duplicates of all the special machines
used in the four great factories of the
XJS. Tire Company.
The product of this Factory, the
DOMINION "Nobby Tread", is
certainly the best tire that has ever
beea made oa Canadian sod, aad has
no superior in any other couhtty.
There Is nothing experimental about
it���every feature, every manufacturing
process has been thoroughly tried out
and proven satisfactory.
It has the ��� w absolutely Nod^M
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out in co-epesalm by the Morgan, St
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER   13,  191*.
BARGAINS ALL DAV TODAY IN TOYLAND j ] fog   ^6W   Westminster j BARGAINS ALL DAY TODAY IN TOYLAND
 AND FRASER VALLEY	
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Big Special Tables of Genuine Bargains.
All Kinds of Christmas Toys For Today
At 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Department   Store
TELEPHONE NO. 73.
Big Special Table3 of Genuine Bargains.
All Kinds of Christmas Toys For Today
At 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
ay's Big Lot of  Attractions  to Secure Your Business
  VALUES TO INDUCE YOU TO SHOP IN NEW WESTMINSTER FIRST	
OUR PUS ON
ROGERS CUTLERY
Three Patterns to Select From.
Toa   or    Cortes   Spoons;    four
for    50*
Dessert   or  Table   Spoons   and
Korks;  two ior  306
Kniit Spoons;  ' ach    75*
Sugar Tones;  each    TS*
Cold Meat Korks;  each  ..7**
Sugar Spoons, oach 35e
Child's Knife. Kork ond Spoon;
per set  S1.2S
Christmas Seals
aod Tags ��
We have, just received a new
line of Christmas Cards, Seals'
and Trrb.
ln this lot we have a nice box
containing 5 ChriBtmas Booklets, with envelopes for mailing.    Price   25*
Another line is a packet containing six dainty, embossed,
folding Christmas cards. Price
per  packet   5*
In Tags we have a lot of ten
tags in packet, each tag printed in full colors, gold, and cm-
bossed, with hole tor attaching to parcels by a cord. Price
per packet  5*
Also a line of packets containing eight large tags. These
are very handsome. Price, per
packet    -,--5*
Seals, 25 in a picket, la*ound
and heart shaped, ornam-ented
with dainty printed emblems
of the festive season.    Price,
per packet  -5*
���
k Few Uhrtslmas
Suggestions From the
Linen Department
Bleached Damask, Hemstitched
Tea Cloths. These arc In ��ari-
oub sizes and neat designs,
whicb will make an acceptable
gift. Each 50e, 65s, 75c. $1.00,
$1.50 and  S22S
Also a. beautiful line ot Doylies, in assorted sizes, having
lace edges. Kach, 25:. 45c,
75c and   Sl.OO
Drawnwork Centre Pieces, made
of pure linen in oval shape. No
article iit more greatly appreciated.   Kach $1.25, $1-50
and    52.00
DAINTY WAISTS FOR
CHRISTMAS WEAR
We have juat received a new
shipment of I .ad ies'  Waists for
the ChriBtmas trade.
Dainty band embroidered batiste
and      marquisette..     trimmed
with fiB�� French Valenciennes
and    Madiera    laces.     Price*
ffom  93.50 to S7.S0
Also a new line oT the new two-
toned messaline silks, mude in
plain shirt, also fancy styles.
Prices  from. .%*%  to  ��7.50
Good warm Ceylon Wool Waists
In gray, navy, brown, cream,
cardinal and    stripes.	
. rices..52.95 and S3.25
BASEMENT BARGAINS
Nickel Alarm Clocks; regular
$1-25. for   65*
1'lated Shuvinr, Kiiinds, $1.03,
$130 and S2.50
('hatud    Brass      Card      Trays,
at S1.50 to $2.00
Set Silver 1'lated Coffee SpooiiH
and  Trays, ���tsefl S.00
Child's Knife, I'ork and Spoon,
->*****��� $2.00
Koldi#g Qo-Carta al spatial
prices; a big ���election lh nil
styles,      $2.50,    $3.B0,      $4.2S
to $8.50
The larsrut and Cheapen ;ir
ray of I>oll (Buggies hit shown
ln the city:
Folding Huggies   ���Rt.^n
Cane Buggies,. $1.!>D to RR.fvO
Willow l'ush Carts. .. .����.t.7R
Hoys' SlelKhs. 75c tti ��K1.25
Oirls* Sleighs. $1.25 to $1.75
All SUel Sleighs $135
and    S3 4*.
Artillery     Wagimn,     afl     steel.
$3:30,   $3.2_   and S3.S0
NEW ART NELOLEWDRR
DEPARTMENT
We have some niev lines is
Aprons, Tea ApronB, Kancy
Work Aprons. Travelling Aptons
and Clothes I'ln Aprons. These
:ire all made np and stamped
ready to work, i��dic being lace
trimmed.
Then  Aprons would    make    n
���i i ry dainty    Christmas    gift
with  a little ol    yonr    own
work     Prlera,    25c,    3Se,    BOc
and    78*
Don't forgvt our nine attsort-
ment nf Children's and Ladles'
Wool Skating Caps. We have
these in thc dirrerrnt shades
and Btyles. Prlce�� from 25c
to  Sl.OO
FURS - Genuine Sale of Furs - FURS
Study these fur economies car,-fully and decide to purchase now.
What, lady would not. appreciate a nice fur set for a Christmas Rift?
At the reductions we are ottering at this early date you will Immediately recognize that these are exceptional values.
A 2il per. cent, deposit will be accepted on all fur purchases and
the furs kept here for customers until Christmas Eve.
Handsome large Natural Alaska Mink Stole. Fancy Btyle with natural heads and tails for trimming; regular $115.00. Sale
price    S125.00
Large Pillow Muff, beautifully lined aud having trimming of heads
and tails to mutch stole; regular $150.nu.   Now $110.00
Persian Lamb Set, with fancy stole and shaped muff to match.
Regular $40.00;  now   $34.50
Natural Raccoon Set. large sliawl stole, bolster muff:   regular $37.50.
Special    ��32.00
Hudson    Seal     Scarf,   SO   inches   long,   satin   lined;   regular   $20.00.
Sale price   - $16.85
Hudson Seal Muff, to match scari; regulur $20.00. Sale price $16.50
Mink  Marmot Scarf,  satin  lined.  72  inches  long,   finished  in   front
with  heads;  regular $S.50.    Sale price $6.50
Mink Marmot Muff, to match scarf.    Special sale price $7.50
Persian Lamb Set, fancy collar, with muff to match. Regular
$���10.00.     Sab!  price    $34.00
Fancy Bsar Cloth Sets. In white, satin lined, long scarf, With fancy
rag muff.    Special per set    $15.00
Black Opossum Stoles, plain shawl style stole wllh tails trimming
front;   regular   $10.00.     Sale   price $7.50
Near Seal Set,  finished with  imitation  Chinchilla  trimming at  edge
of stole and  muff;  regular $20.00.    Sale price $15.00
Misses' White Thibet Sets, large fancy stole, with long tab ends and
extra large pillow muff with shirred satin lining at opening; regular   $20.00.     Now    $17.00
Hlack Belgian  Hare Bcarf, So inches In length, satin lined;  regular
$��.O0.    Sale price   $6.75
Muff to match scarf, in pillow style; regular $3.00. Now....��3,75
Krench Coney Sets, extra large shawl collar and large rug muff to
match;  regular  price, $25.00.    Sale price $16.50
Children's Kur Sets, in a pood assortment; Agnora White Imitation Chinchilla. White Hare, all Thibet, Imitation Ermine, at remarkably law prices for the Christmas trade.
Girls' Imitation Ermine Set. fancy collar with pillow mufr. trimmed
wilh  fancy braid ornament and  tassels.    Special  pi ir.- ... $5,95
SNAP BARGAIN FOR
EARLY BUYERS
Just firiy tour-wheel st el
Wagons,  slightly  damaged    ln
transit, at naif price.
These are not. much damaged
and a little fixing will make
tbem .".a good as new, but we
sell them as they are Jul! at
half price.
$1.60 Wagons tor  75*
$1.75 Wagons for     90c
$2.00 Wagons for   Sl.OO
$2.25 Wagons for  $1.15
Willi.I'. THEY  LAST,
ORDER YOUR
CHRISTMAS TREE
now. Good large trees   on wood
bnBe for   506
Delivered at any time
COLO WEATHER BLANKETS AT MCALLISTER PRICES
We are still adding to our splendid range of Wool Blankets, and
believe now we are in the position to supply any requirement for
pure wool, heavy or light weight goods. We have jnst received a
large shipment of the well-known Point. Blankets, in red, brown.
white and green.
To any one who bas used these blankets we need say nothing
about the quality, but if you have never tried them, look them over
and be convinced that for a soft, strong and warm blanket, at the
price they cannot be fquailed anywhere; all sizes and colors.
Our  price,  per  pound    $1.00
Heavy Cray  Blanket;   size 84x6..     Regular ��6.50  tor %*.***'-
White Kumfy  Blankets;  size 84x04.    Regular $5.50  for 54.95
White  Kumfy Blankets;   size 80x00.    Regular $5.00  for $"25
Whtite Scotch Wool Blankets, woven all in one piece, size 86x04.
Regular $7.50, for    $6.95
THOUGHTFUL GIFTS FROM OUR LADIES' READY-TO-
WEAR DEPARTMENT
Kancy Net Waists, heavily embroidered and silk lined. In cream and
white; valuts to $4.00.   Sale price %**���*���*���
New  French  Flannel  and  Panama Shirt  Waists,   in   navy,  cardinal.
pale blue, and gray; all sizes.   Special   $2.45
New Fancy Ceylon Flannel Waists, made with the new drop shoulder
effect   and   Robespierre   collar,   in     fancy    stripes;     all     shades.
Special     $3.25
Hand   Embroidered   Lingerie  Waists.    An  assortment  of the  newest
styles. Specially priced for the Christmas trade,
from    $3.50 to $7.00
Specials  in Sweaters;  numbers to select  from  in  all  shades,    Some
have high roll collars, other "V" shaped at neck;   values to $:s.00.
Special     S1.95
All our Children's Sweaters are selling at a discount. A good assortment to choose  from.    Prices from   75e t0 $4.00
Satin Underskirts; in purple, cardinal, yellow, black and cerise;  made
with accordion  plaited  flounce.    Special    $2.50
Good,   warm   Eiderdown   Kimonos,   in   cardinal,   old   rose   and   pale
blue;  ���    all sizes $3.75 ami $5.00
Japanesi   Long Slik  Bath  Robes,  padded and  lined   with  contrasting
shadi;-. of  silk;   colors ol  navy,  hrown, cardinal.  Copenhagen  and
black.     Special     $6.00
CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN THE
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
A China, Tea, Chocolate or
Dinner Set makes an ideal pres-
en:,.
18-p!oce Hand Painted Tea Set.
Special    $1" QO
18-plece Hand Painted Chocolate Set.   Special  ...  $7.50
96-pIece English Dinner Set, decorated with 1 wide and 2 narrow    gold      bands.      Spi clal
at    $18.50
Hand Decorated Fruit Se:s; one
8-lnch bowl and Blx small fruit
dishes   $2.50,  $3   and  $3.50
Fancv  Tobacco  .lars.  50c.    75z,
$1.00 to      $*�� 50
Decorated China Bbavlng Mugs,
25c, SOc and  75���
Pri sent Glass B rr.. Sets; 1
large I ov. I and 6 nippies; per
act   $1.25
1 plni Presenl Wai r .lugs.75$
10 inch Present Fall Flowor
Vasei  25c and 50c
Sugar and Cream    Sets,    hand-
Bomelj decora! *):  per
Pair ���  50c '"$3.50
1', piece Chocolate Sets In Cen-
nln'- Limoges China; regular
$10. i^r set  $6.50
24 piece A-ustrlaii China Tea Bet,
decorated ��Ith Narcissus and
beavll>   gill    $��5.00
'��� pines Hand Decoral ������'. Ben)
Bet, In a varli tj ol new de-
slgm : p rsel       33.50
Gblna Blscull Jars, hand dec >r-
ated 51.50 S2 00 $3.50
China Cake PI ites, Bn &d Trays
and Salad Ri w] 1, all hand
decorated,   if., SO.   $2.00
and     ��2.!;0
7-plece    Class   I'm 1   Sei .    1
large howl and 6 nappies ;   imr
"��t   $1.25 and JI.50
6-pl re Cl-iss Cutter, Se and
Cream Sets; per set..$1,25
Bitched Sugar and Creams; por
Pair    50c
10 Iri'-h t'.lass Flower Vases: per
pale 50C and 75*
1-nunri Tankard Shape Class
Pitcher     50*
VISIT TOYLAND IN
THE BASEMENT
Wonderful      Dolls    that     sing,
talk,    dance   and   walk;
from    25*  UP
Mechanical   Figures that dance,
smoke,  turn  handsprings and
other funny stunts;
from    25*   UP
Horses that whinney; roosters
that crow, Teddy bears that
growl, cats and dogs that,
walk;   from   .'. 25*   UP
Printing machines that use real
type;  from   S2.95
Sewing Machines that do real
sewing;   from ... .$1.00   UP
Motor lloais lhat travel on water:   from    50*   UP
Magic Lanterns that Bhow funny
plet.ire.-   fron) Sl.OO UP
Fire Engines that run by clockwork;   from 50C   UP
A1 ti planei    that    will    fly;
from  50c UP
Pianos that   play  real    music;
fn m     $1.25   "P
Air duns thai will shoot anything;   from 50c   UP
Kitchen Ranges that will cook;
from    $1.50   "P
Cc v.iiov and  Indians Suits:
from    Sl.SO
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
THIRD FLOOR.
Mag. zinc Stand* In Fumed Oak
and Early English, Many different designs.   Prices
from $5.00 t�� $10.00
Jardiniere    Stands,    In    Oolden
Oak and Fumed Oak;
from  $5.00 *�� Sft.00
Many designs  In Cellerettes, In
Fumed Oak and Early English.
Prices...$13.50 to $22.80
1   solid   Maghogany   Smoker's
Bel      Regular $13.50.    Special
price   S0.S0
SPECIAIS FOR TODAY
IN MEN'S SECTION
MEN'S NECKWEAR FOR
GIFTS.
ln  Neckwear for today  we are
offering fifty dozen high-class
Neckwear;    regular    BOc    and
7..c   values.     Tbey   come     In
plain  silk and  silk  knit.    All
beautiful patterns. Speeial f.ir
today  only    35c
.lust received, our Christmas
shipment of "Tie Nckwiar. A
splendid assortment of patterns in open style ends. Derby and reversible. The best to
be obtained  anywhere at the
popular priee of 75C
Any  tie  packed  in a  fancy
box  if  re-quested.
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS AS
GIFTS.
Linen Initial Handkerchiefs:
'4-lnch hem, nicely boxed In
half dozens. Specials for today,  per box Sl.OO
Pure Linen Initial Handkerchiefs
at  ... 25C. 35c and SOC
Gift Suspenders, suitably bov< d
at  .SOC. 75C and SI 9-,
Combination Sets of flood Webbing, nicely boxed
���t 75C *J 00 and 51.25
Silk Arm Hands, in Christmas
boxes at 35C and 75C
MEN'S GIFT GLOVES.
Ther-- is nothing more suitable
as a gift for a man than a pair
of gloves, We have all sizes
in Mocha, Cape nnd Kid. with
or without silk lining. Nicely
boxed. Today special $1.50
SWEATER COATS AT $1.95
Men's Wool Sweater Coats; reg.
$2.50 and $?..00 values, in gray,
navy. tan. hrown. khaki, and
red, trimmed with contrasting
colors. Special today..$1.95
SWEATER    COATS    AT $2 95.
All-wool Sweater t'oats in gray.
red. navy, fawn and slate, and
combinations of colors; regular values to <;i.75. Todav.
special    $2.95
SWEATER    COATS   AT   $3.95.
These are our regular $6.00 values, In all-wool fine knit, medium weight coats, in good
plain colors, or contrasting
shades; all sizes from f!6 to
12.    Today,  special.. $3.95
SWEATER COAT8, $5.95.
Shik-- Knit. Sweater Coats,
with roll collars, In colors of
navy, brrwn. Havana, smoke
i" ' grev: regi>l��' S6.7." and
17.60   values.  T..,lay. .$5.95
THF BEST GIFT FOR A
MAN-A SECTIONAL
BOOKCASE
In our Furniture we have by
far the largest and finest as-
sortmenl of tbe Famous Olobe
Wernicke "Klastic" Book Cases
In the city. We can furnish
these units in 8i/_, loVi and
21 Vi inches. A Globe Wernicke Hook Case Unit Is complete in itself, that is, It is of
solid and not "knock down"
oonstructlon. Each unit is provided with a tllsapprtririg glass
dor, sit in a solid frame securely Joined together, which In
opening, s*-'.*ln;;s upward and
then noiselessly backward cn-
tln ly out of the way.
We have these  Units In  Quartered  Oak,  Fumed Oak    and
Mission  Rt vl"  at
each....S4.50  and  $5.00
Tops and Bases al caqh.S2.7S
These   Hook   Cases   make    a
very  handsome  Christmas gilt.
, '���ft0****
MANY PRETTY AND USEFUL GIFTS ON MAIN FLOOR
ONYX   SILK   HOSIERY,   PRICE.   PER   PAIR.   65c,   85c,  $1.50,   $1.75.
These are a beautiful quality for the money, and have the
silk where Decenary, and the extra lisl-" at top and feet. It's
a real good hose, both for looks and wearing dualities. Buy a
pair in a dainty Christmas box for a gif. for your friend. Prices
to suit all buyers.
A  nice pair of Perrin's Kid Gloves is a very ace* ptable Christmas
girt for any lady. We have these In price end quality to suit both the
careful and well-off buver. All shades and sizes, and the hest quail-
ii.es. Prices, per pair..51.00. $1.50. 51.75. $2.00 $3.50
Any pair neatly packed in a   Christmas box for those who require
Oil'*.
Ladies' Silk   Mufflers,  in  white,  cream,  gray  and  black    A   splendid
quality, and the correct shape and size. Ask to see these.   A vi r*. useful Christmas gift.    Prices right, each    75C   '" S3.S0
Dainty livening Scarfs, in Dresden. Persian, Ha'.kan. Chiffon and
Crepe de Chine qualities. Some one yard wide, and all two and one-
half yards long. .Many ef these are in gold and silver beaded effects; all shades and a splendid assortment. Just arrived ror Christmas  buyers;   each    Sl.OO  t0  $4.95
New silk string, and four-in-hand Ladies' Ties, many in silt shade* of
crepe de chine, with fancy fringe ends; each, from. 35c to Sl.OO
Christmas (ilft Handkerchiefs for all yen- fiends. Many different
styles to pick from. These are all Christmas gift quality and very-
low priced: for Instance, handkerchiefs edged with Armenian and
Maltese laces, prettily hemstitched;  3 In fancy box.    Special loday.
per box    SOC
Dainty lace and emhroided edges, with linen centres.    Just the Ideal
gift to give for Christmas.     From, each 50C  to Sl.OO
Have   you   visited   our  new   Jewellery   Department, centre  of   Main
floor?.   If not. make it worth your while to drop Into McAllisters Limit'd and ask to see the many new novelties Just arrived in this particular department.   The prices are very reasonable, and any of these
articles make a choice suggestion as a Christmas gift.
Heads iu Jet and  glass of ull colors and sizes;  Oriental bends in all
Shades; Coral and Terla Pearls In short and long strings, with verv
dainty rblneatone setted clasps.    Amber beads, one of thi  lati sl
novelties   in   Ladies'   Necklets,   In   small,   medium   and   l_.:gc   size
biads and short and long strings.   Seme Bre Ip gr:\l*' it'-d *': .-**. and
many have colored bi ads Interwoven between both In lbe psltsbed and
natural  designs of  the amber  stone.    Asv   us  to  show  you  these.
Tiny iir     selling   every day.    No    two alike, I'rlces of t'.n se bead
novelties range from   2SC   '" S6.50
Dainty Necklets, in imit-.t; :., platinum, wllh rhlnestone. plain and
colored stone settings, and 'Ine oxidized silver chains and dainty
clasps. A choice selection of shapes and designs,    from
������ach  S1.75 to S3.R0
Shell Had-: Combs, Sets and Kvening Hair Handeaus; best quality,
In a',1 the newest bhapes and designs, with Imitation platinum
and rhlnestone settings, many in filigree design. Just the correct
gift for the ladies for Christmas, suitable for afternoon and evening
wear. Priced very reasonable to suit our Christmas trade. Prices,
each, or set  Sl.OO to $10.00
Mesh Change and Coin Purses and Mesh Bags, In best soldered Oerman Silver; double mesh designs, wilh dainty, plain and fancy solid
frames and chains, in all the latest Parisian shapes. Hefore deciding en a Christmas Rift for child, girl or woman, come In and Bee
Ihese. They have Just arrived in the Jewellery Section at McAllisters, Limited. Main Floor. Seeing these will convince you of the
choice selection we have just procured in these articles, which
every child and lady needs today.
Silver Mesh Change and Coin Purses, with or Without long chains.
In silver, gold and gunmetal qualities. Some with flexible dainty
bracelet handle, others with dainty chains and still others with
mirror and powder puff in the top. These come at prices
from    Sl.OO to $3.50
Silver and Cold Mesh Purses, best quality double meshes with dainty
chain handles, and plain or carved solid frames, in straight and
oval, also full effects. Many wilh mesh change purses, either at- -
Inched inside or out. Some of these bags have dainty ball fringe
finished bottoms. All sizes and shapes. I'rlces from
each    $2.00  to  $21.00
NEW  AND  DAINTY CHRISTMAS  SUGGESTIONS   IN   NECKWEAR.
WB aro now showing fresh, neat and carefully selected styles,
shades, shapes and designs In neckwear, at prices lo suit the ladies.
Ask to sc these new creation*. Bee the fresh showing in our win-
dowr and show rases.
Compare Our Range
and Heater Prices
A   Sl.   Clair   Malleable   Kange
would make an Ideal presenl for
the wife,
Huilt to burn II. 0, fuel and
made to last a lifetime. A
perfect baker and guaranteed
to equal any high grade ranee
al any price. Set up anil ( m
necled in your home.805.00
Hound D-h Coal lleiters. the
healer that fives hest. results
on the lea. 1 amount of fuel.
Slz.   11    S7.*ft
Size  13    SIA.HIO
Size 15   $14.50
Royal  Franklin;    open    grate.
Special  sis.on
Scout. Heaters, for coal or wood.
Special    $9.00
- *ti/n/Afc
THE HOME OF THE UTILITY HOUSE  DRESSE?
Sterlino Values in
Men's Underwear For
Today's Selling
Best quality "Penangle" Wool
fleeced Underwear, a splendid garment for urn who cannot wear wool: all sizes from
Ht to 4-i. Price, per garment    SOC
"Penman's" Pure Wool Heavy,
llibbcd Underwear; double
branded. An excellent garment, for hard .winter wear.
This Is our regular $1,26 and
$1.50 line. Special, per gar-
im nl    SSC
Heavy Pure Wool Ribbed l'n-
dorwear. A very soft ami durable garment. In all sizes,
from 34 to 4fi. Price..51.50
"Imperial" fine Natural Wool
Underwear for men who want
a medium weight garment.
Price,   per   garment. .$1.25
"Dr. Shield's" Natural Cashmere I'liderwear, In a medulm
weight, pure wool garment,
very soft and warm. Just the
underwear for particular men;
all Bizca from 34 lo 4��. Price,
per garment    52.50
TODAY IS CORSET HAY
We are now carrying a full
line of the famous "K. T" Corsets and also Ihe American Lady
Corset. Tcday In this store, special price bargains are offered
to fill your oonit wants.
REG. $1.00 CORSETS FOR 75e.
These are made of good quality
white Cotllla, with medium
bust and long hip. A period-
fitting model made and shaped exactly ns the better eor-
Hets, and finished with four
hose supporters. These corsets are splendid value at $1.00
each. Today's Corset Sale
prico    754
11.50     CORSETS     FOR     $1.00.
Heavy White Cotllla Corsets.
made with high bust and draw
string, long hip and extra
smart shape, adapted for all
figures and finished with four
hos* supporters; regular $1J0,
Today's Bale price... $1,00
$1.75 CORSETS FOR $1.25.
"IC. T." Corsets, made of good
quality Cotllla, wllh medium
low bust, long hip. built on extremely graceful lines and finished with six hose supporters; our regular tl 75 corset.
Today's Corset Sale
�����������*���"   $1.28
Tempting Prices For Ail
Interested Shoppers,
From ttie Staple
Department
Tliere Is nothing more pleasing to a house wife than to
have nice table linen, especially In Ihe line of napkins.
Wm have a choice assortment
of designs, ready hemmed.
Itegular fi'm dozen; special,
per dozen    $1.95
Bleiched Damask Table Cloth,
size fitxfiB, ready hemmed. In
an assortment of designs.
Heg.   $1.50.   Special...$1.25
SHEET8,   EEDSPREAD8.  ETC.
Regular $-00 Sheets for Jl.aO
P'-r pair These are not Ktm-
ply sheets thai are mad - up
especially for sal* purposes.
I ul a very h"avy quality of
Sheets that will give the maximum wear and satisfaction.
They are ready bammed and
In double bed size. Special,
l'er   pair    Sl.SO
We offer today a llne of satin
finished Marcella Bedspreads.
Rich in effect and design;
size 74x100. These make an
Ideal Christmas gift Regular
price,    $4.75     Saturdav    spe-
�����'������  S4.25
TOY WORLD, I0Y
WORLD, FULL TO
OVERFLOWING
GOOD   FOR   OLD   AND
YOUNG ALIKE.
See the new and beautiful
ihings In Toyland. Some of
them may bo old to you, but
try to remember the Joy It
was the tlrst time you saw
them, and bring the little
ones to see for themselves.
Christmas Beason Is the
children's happiest lime. You
owe It to them to make It as
pleasant as you can.. Vou
can't buy everything, nor do
they expect It, but what gives
a child more really, truly
pleasure than to see slacks
on stacks of toys of all descriptions.
Toys from Kngland. from
Germany, Austria, France,
everywhere that toys are
made, we have them hero tn
gladden the hearts a 11 d
brighten Ihe lives of the llttlo ones. Toys that walk,
that talk, that run, that
climb; mechanical toys run
by winding or by electricity.
Wholn railroad eystems, airships and on and on in endless variety.
Doll babies for the little
girlB, soldiers for the llttlo
boys, books for the older children, rocking horses, sleighs
and wheelbarrows. Muaical
toys of all kinds.
('ome and Bee them and
bring the llttlo oneB; tliny
wlll enjoy It and so wlll you.
Come Early While tho Selection Is Complet-

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