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Newt Classified Ads.
Have proven  their worth by the
results   they    produce.     They   fill
large   or    small    wants   at   small
cost.
Ibttrs
The Weather.
I     New
Westminster and
the
lower
1 malnia
id: Light, to mode
rate
winds.
1 mostly
cloudy with rain
and
sleet.
VOLUME 8, NUMBER 217.
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NEW   WE8TMINSTER,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,   MORNING,  NOVEMBER  21,   1913,
PRICI FIVI CENTS
HUERTA m% VEILED
THREAT TO CONGRESS
S. ROBINSON GUILTY
Former Chairman of South Vancouver
School Board, Gets Two Years.
Vancouver,   Nov.   20 ���A   verdict  of
guilty  was returned  by a Jury In the
assizes tills afternoon  in the case of
Spencer Robinson, of South Vancouver, who for the third time had been
'charged with forgery and uttering In
[connection with a $400 check which
.was over-issued ln September, 1911,
ito Messrs Hroom & I'attluson, contrac-
I tors, on a warrant IsBued by the ac-
j cused.
The chock was later admittedly
; cashed by Robinson who said he had
' bought It for cash to oblige a young
man whom he thought wag a clerk for
i Hroom     _.-     PattlUSOn'S   office.     The
jury decided that Robinson was guilty
Iof "uttering and appropriating." He
j was  sentenced   to   two  years  In   the
penitentiary,
The defence produced new evidence
In  au  affidavit  from  a lady resident
Mexico   ("ty    Nov      20   -HIb     face |oflfclals stated  emphatically that the I of  Hlaine,  Wash.,  accounting for the
showing  none of  that whimsical  hu-! P��rleya had not affected the plans of | mow  wi,lch_Mr.   Robinson  said  he
inoi which at times character1, es him
MONTREAL LOAN
OVER-SUBSCRIBED
Message Was Terse Explanation of Motives for Dissolving Congress, Most of Members of Which Are in the
Penitentiary���Mentions These Incidents in Significant
Manner���British Minister Present.
New Debenture Issue Now
Quoted at Half to One
Premium.
VANCOUVER AND
EDMONTON BONDS
| the American government and that
there had not been any debate of fu
President lluerta appeared tonight be-1 ture program, which the Constitution
lore the new Mexican congress and j allsts or hls government would fol
read his message. Pew Mexican presl-1 'ow-
���dents have read  at the formal open- ~ ~~
ing aeBBlon of congress shorter messages and few have confined themselves so entirely to one subject,    lt
DEATH OF PIONEER
of
waa nothing more than a terse explanation of his motives for dissolving Ihe old congress, most of the
members of wlilch are in the peniten
liary acused of sedition.
The Semite ind congress met ln
joint session. President lluerta arriving In a carriage, passing through
lines of troops which Carefully guarded the route although the small crowd
that gathered was not demonstrative.
Presldenl Huerta mentioned the Incidents connected with the dissolution of the last congress, by whicli he
Intimated they might be guided in
their conduct bb congressmen The
reply of the spenker, Kduardo 1'ama
ri*, was brief. Not all the OOOgresi
men were preaent, some 27, mostly
members of the Catholic party, being
absent.
II had been reported the Catholic
party bad refused to attend, which
gave rise to the rumor that the speaker. Kduardo I'amarlz, would also be
missing from his seat. Many faces
familiar tn the days of I'ortlfo Diaz
were  recognized   among  Ihe  body
Th" only bit of color ln the assembly hall wag that noticed In the special
section reserved fur diplomats, who ap
peered la full uniform charge
���O'Shaughnessy w��b missing, while the
late arrival of Sir Lionel Carden. the
British ambassador, gave rise to the
rumor that he too would Ignore the
opening session of the new congress
George     McPhillips,     Pathfinder
Western Cansds, Dead.
Winnipeg, Nov. 20���The death occurred this afternoon of Oeorge Me-
I'hilllpB. a pioneer of tbe west and one
Of the band of early surveyors, who
were the pathfinders of western Canada.
Mr. McPhllllps wag born at Richmond Hill. Ont., OS years ago and
has Bpent lhe most of his life In the
weat. Por six years he wag chief sur-1
veyor of the Canadian Pacific western
lines. He leaves a wife, two sons and
a daughter, Judge McPhllllps of Victoria. Lewis McPhllllps of Vancouver
and Dr. McPhillips of Vancouver, are
brothers. Mrs. Bridges, of Calgary,
Ib a sister.
had In his pocket at the time he
claimed to have accommodated the
stranger with cash for the $400.
Application   for  Special   Settling   Day
for Vancouver 4J/2 Per Cents	
Official  List Quotation.
STILL CLEANING-UP
CHINESE SECTION
Many    Improvements   Being   Made���
Cement Replaces Wooden Drain
Pipes and Rotten Planking.
Paris,
Alfonso and Queen Victoria of Spain
have been upset owing to the illness
of her majesty who Is Buffering from
a severe attack of influenza. The
king  and   queen   were    to    leave for
Vb una tonight but the doctorB In at I sewage and drain pipes taken down
tendance today forbade the queen to iand new sanitary conveniences In-
travel for a week King Alfonso Ibi stalled In the building; tn the centre
uncertain whether to leave for Austria |Of the court a surface drain has been
alone or await  the queen's  recovery, [placed.    All this Is a revolution from
 ,  the old sodden, rotting planking with
Mayor Chosen Candidate. | its  underlayer of years of  filth  and
Ingersoll, Onl . Nov. 20. -At the na - jlg lunanllary drains and sewers.
inlnalion convention of the South Ox-, This ������ -p,^ one instance of the good
ford Conservative association, today | reaulta of the campaign .Others would
at Mount Elgin, Dr J. B. Cleridge. i6ervr, _ well A hardware merchant
mayor of thia town, was chosen candl-, K11VS (he 9a)e of tneta, COVered gar-
date for the next provincial election.  ���,'     ������,  ���      lncrelued    many  tM
I/ondon, Nov. 20.��� Thc Bank of
Montreal states that the new Mont
real city loan has been over-subscribed ahead of time. The loan la
uow quoted at one half lo one
premium.
! Application has been made to the
Btock exchange for a special meeting
day and quotation for the city of Vancouver \y, per cent, and to allow the
, city of Edmonton 5 per cent., an
!official list quotation.
Many holders of   Canadian   InveBt-
| ments avoid paying the Kngiish   Income    tax by  having    the dividends
! payable in Canada.   Thc development
jof tins idea is announced by Butters
ISalvator Mines who propose register-
' ing the concern  aa a Canadian com-
: pany.    Big dividends    hitherto    have
| been paid and shareholders not resident here have objected to paying an
\ income tax on the whole of the pro-
llits.    The  court    of    appeal    a few
I months ago held that Insurance com-
I panies  investments  outside  of Great
buildings  In   Mclnnes  Btreet, changes 1 Britain were liable to income tax.
that would be a credit to any part of ,	
the city, have been carried out.    This j    MAIrKi0 vl,H, n-D/iAnn
courtyard, not ii) feet square, has been i    .VlAlYlliO NstivV  KE-V.-UKIJ.
Cemented, the old leaky and battered | 	
Inland   Revenue   Returns   Pass  Two
Million  Dollar Mark
When the health authorities of tills
city said, at the conclusion of the recent clean-up campaign, that the agitation for a cleaner New Westminster
was to be Incessant they must have
meant what they Bald, as recent im-
  i provements  In  Chinatown aB well  as
Queen Seriously III. ioU"'r districts, have proved.
Nov. -0.    The plans of King;     ,u a courtyard between the Chine
INSPECT C. N. R. LINE
Government Engineer and Railway Officials Now Go to Kamloops.
With a view of passing upon the
Canadian Northern lino from Port
Mann to Hope, constructed by the
Northern Construction company, E. V.
Johnson, inspector for the Dominion
government railway department; P.
C. Gamble, provincial government Inspector; T. H. White, chief engineer
for the C. N. R.; S. H. Sykes, assistant chief engineer, and W. (J. Swan,
divisional engineer, yesterday made
an Inspection of the new line, leaving
here ln the morning on a special train
composed of a Pullman coach and locomotive loaned by the C. P. R.
The party returned to the city last
evening being transferred to the
0. P. R. where they proceeded to
Kamloops to Inspect a portion of the
completed line north of the latter point
to Mile 90.
Following the report of the two engineers It Is expected that the government subsidies wlll be released and
the line taken over by the C. N. R. by
Jan. 1, 1914 In order that a pasBenger
and freight Bervlce can be operated
thereon.
SHOT WHILE UNDER i MACPHERSON MAY
BOND EOR MURDER CONTEST REEVESHIP
MRS. VON ClAUSSEN
ALLEGED INSANE
Woman Who Sued Ex-president Roosevelt for $1,000,000 Found to Be
Mentally   Deficient.
Detective Employed by Coal
Operators Killed by a
Striker.
Has Figured  in  Many    Clsshes    and
Took Part in Revolver Duel	
Once Injured.
Trinidad, Colo., Nov. 20.���G. W.
Belcher, a Baldwln-Feltz detective employed by the coal operators, was Bhot
and killed while on the main street
here tonight A man who is believed
to have lired the shot is under
arrest.
Belcher on August 16 shot and killed an organizer of the United Mine
Workers of America, who came here
from Denver. He was one of the detectives called here from the West
Virginia strike field.
Louig Zancanneili, a Greek miner,
is the man in the custody of the military authorities charged with the
shooting. The killing threw the city
into a furore of�� excitement.
The circumstances of the shooting
are not known. Pedestrians who were
within a few feet of the detective
when the shooting took place, saw
Belcher fall. Zancanneili was found
to have a revolver and a membership
card in the United Mine Workers   of
New   York.   Nov.   20.���In   a  report
isubmttted to the court of general ses-,
i sions  today,   Mrs.  Ida  von Claussen, I America.
! who in 1906 threatened to sue Presi-1 G* w* Belcher on August 16 was
[dent Roosevelt for $1,000,000 for uot j shot In the leg in a revolver duel with
| having her presented at the court ot j tierald Lippiat. a United Mine Work-
ithe King of Sweden, was declared to i ers of America organizer, in which
1 be mentally deficient. The report! Walter Belk also figured. Lippiat
' waB that of a commission of alienists j was killed and Belcher, together with
I whose finding already had been made! Belk, subsequently were placed under
j known, and which were formally pre- j bouds of $10,000 each, charged with
sented today so that Mrs. von Claus- the killing. Belcher since has figured
sen migth combat It is she wished. prominently  tn a  number of clashes
At present she Ib under indictment, between strikers and armed guards.
for  sending   a  threatening  letter   to]    The shooting has  precipitated the
Charles  Strauss,  an  attorney. , establishment of a military court for
Her counsel asked and was granted jthe trial of aU persons charged with
today a continuance of the case both! offence8 ln connection with the strike
Burnaby Councillor Not Satisfied With any of Aspirants to Position.
Huerta  Regime Crumbling.
Washington. Nov ?0 - The Washington government believes the power
of   the   lluerta  government   Is   slowly
"crumbling and disintegrating."
No positive steps have been taken
bs tli" administration here within tha
la. t ffw* days to compel a compliance
With the d, mand for the elimination of
lluerta. No preparations bave been
made i,, blockade Mexican ports.
Foreign interests gen,,rally will be
protected  by theJOnltethStates.    At
Tiivp.-nn ill particular, a special effort
will be made to protect British Inter
,'iti until the arrival of the Hritish
<Tiriscrs. The sanding of the Kngiish
ships is in line with previous notification to 111" United States and Is re
-garilcd as a normal move taken in
emergencies such as exist at Tuxpum.
It Is intended to have a sobering effect upon those Constitutionalist of
fleers, who, according lo reports, hnve
announced their hostility to British
Illten-stB.
Merely for  Information.
The parleys with the Constitutional!. Is have been carried on In no formal way but mere!) for Informative
purposes.
The administration though not condoning Iho inhumanity of the armed
strife generally ln Mexico, is Inclined
to  view   with  some  complacence  the i
reprisals by Constitution illsta and fed-1 Will Have Half Mllllen
���rals on these office.s or men who'
have been .icBortlng rrom side lo side I
These salient facti1 were obtained from |
those - Ith whom President Wilson I
discussed the Mexican situation today.', 	
Tlie assertion that the Huerta government Is rast loBing control over' \s intimated a lew days ugo tbe
territory hitherto dominated hy It, Is negotiations which have been pro-
based on dispatches to Mm state do- grossing between the llurnaby muni-
pirtmenl. These show also lhat the cipal council nnd several prominent
���dlplomalo pressure from without is financial houses of Canada, Kngland
weakening the resources of the pro
_   _     ,     ��� .     i ,. sine* the wooden containers were eon-
Forty-elx   Separate   Suits. 1 _____
l.os Angeles. Nov. 20.���Forty-six se- j     ,���.* ���,���_��� ���, _���,  ���i-,i��� j._.rtr��,.ni�� crease over that gathered .Tor -l.i�� c.���-
pirate suits against the Conservative!    ^W"      ���.   _��Mtlir?are Wv ""Ponding period last year.    Of the
li.ves'mcnt company lo recover money ' h��vll;�� ,0 do wlt\Tf !      fh     hi^w lwo    m"110"    collected   the   sum  of
paid for stock and to rescind contracts  ����   ���*�� ,"""'   maintaining  the  higherUggMT8 wag on 6plriu,    Toba.co was
'standard  resulting  from  the clean-up ���_.ond    havlng  ^Jg  _ revenue of
campaign. f_S0.45iJ.
Ottawa,   Nov.   20.���Inland   revenue
returns passed the two million dollar, , , , -*��� ������ ��������� .......... ^....... ...... ....  ���,.
mark  during  the  month  ol  October, ia8 *�� th,e 1"dl",ne.nt ,and sanitary re-; an(1 -oni%h- General Chase issued
thus constituting a new record for the ; P��rt-   On -April 3 last, the Indictment, ,orm.i no-ice l0 that effect
month.        The        total        collections If"eges.   Mrs    von   Claussen   wrote   a; 	
amounted   to   J2.041.921   as compared! ���**��   *�� Attorney   fetrausw.  threaten-,
with  U.99S..27   for the  same  period   'n* to -shoot him if he did not obtain
last year I 'or *���***" *��� valid decre of divorce.    Mrs.
The figures ahow that while there ! v��" Claussen contended at the time
was a decrease of over one million jof, ner, arre8t sev.eral weeks ago. soon
dollars In the customs collections dur- ?f'cr���her relurn 'rom abroad, that she
October the revenue from excise taxes | ia,?���^!n���pr!.I?n.ted_ fr,��"_ _D_ar,_'y__!? a
continue   to   show  a   substantial   in   '    	
GOES TO MEXICO.
millionaire  while  In  Europe because
of a faulty divorce decree-
fur stock were entered lu the superior
court by -ti shareholders today. They
Charge that they were induced to buy
stock by fraudulent and misleading
statements as to the financial standing
Of the company It Is further alleged
that dividends wore not paid Trom lhe
company's earnings but from ItB capital  stock.
BURNABY TREASURY
CERTIFICATES SOLD
Municipality   Will   Secure
$1,250,000 at 6 per Cent
for Three Years.
Dollars Left
After Paying All Debts���Toledo,
Ohio, Firm.
visional government.
Compelled to Retire.
There was some emphasis In the
���denial emanating from tho White
House that any steps of a summary
Character had been taken through Instructions to Charge O'Shaughnessy In
tire last few days. The prealdent made
It clear that beyond what has already , ... .
been published, thero were no moves 1 wlffl�� "������.jf9*!?. ""����
In the situation as fur as the United -���������	
States was concerned, which were unknown to the public.
The president holds the view  that
���jib a 1-eBiilt of nil the Influences new
and the United Status, are ubout com
pleled, Reeve McGregor last evening
stating to The News that with thc exception of tho nctual signing of the
agreement, everything was In line to
sicure over oue million dollars from
the sale of treasury certificate:,,
amounting to $1,250,000 which will
bear 6 per cent. Interest, redeemable
It Is expected that the money wtll
be available within the next eight or
ten days at the most.
Speaking before the Ward Four
Ratepayers' association In North Bur
nt work, Huerta slowly but Inevitably I naby on Wedneaday evening, Council
trill lie compelled to retire. Ab to! lor Pau-Vel, chairman of thc finance
the future program of the United I committee, mentioned that the whole
States, the president believes that of Issue of treasury notes had been sold
necessity It musl he kept secret, as to a Toledo, Ohio, linancial house, but
premature publicity might Impair Its that the price of the sale would not
������efficiency. be divulged until the agreement had
It  wbb  made   plain  hy  the   White;been  Blgned.  although  It  Is possible
house that In tho parleys between
Oeneral CBrranr.a. the Constitutionalist chief, end William Bayard Hale,
no effort was made to plan for the future. Mr. Hale's mission, it was said
was to letirn what was In the minds
of tho Constitutionalist chlefB, what
their general character was and what
disposition they seemed to have toward several phases of the situation.
TllBCUBslo'n of possible successors to
Huerta, or anything so specific ub ne
gotlatlons, had not been carried on
or authorised by the president, ac
cording to the White liouse explanation, nor whs there any formal request
for credentials from Mt, Halo. It was
vnsdo plain that Mr. Hale gained tho
desired Information and White House
that nu announcement will be made
at the councll meeting on Monday
evening next.
$1,100,000 Net.
Such a sale, mentioned the North
llurnaby representative, would net tha
municipality over $1,100,000, which
after paying all debts, would leave
the council a half million dollara to
start work on. It the latter sum was
handled carefully tt should last the
municipality two years, thus obviating
any necessity of placing money bylaws before the peoplo next year.
Councillor Fau-Vel reviewed the
work which had heen done during the
past year, paying particular attention
to the Barnet road.
Popular Demonstration When Japan
ese Cruiser Leaves fer Mexico.
Yokosuka, Japan, Nov. 20.���There
was a popular demonstration of farewell at the departure of the Japanese
cruiser liumo tor Me-nean watera -Jar
spite of a raging storm, a steamer ae-
SAYS THERE WILL BE
INTERESTING FIGHT
Every Wsrd In Municipality Will   Ba
Contested���McGregor May Seek
Re-election. ,
"I will run for tbe reeveship unless
more acceptable material crope up
than there is in appearance now. I
am not satisfied with any of the men
who have been mentioned as aspiring
for the position of chief magistrate of
Burnaby and shall certainly make the
race unless I find a man who 1 havo
confidence tn."
This Btatement obtained by The
News from Councillor Macpherson, of
Edmonds, is the first officially given
out in connection with the race for
the Burnaby reeveship although lt ia
altogether likely that the next two
weeks will see several more candidates mentioning the fact that largo
delegations have waited upon them
asking that they run for chief magistrate.
"There is going to be an interesting
fight in January," continued Councillor Macpherson," and from what I caa
make out every  one  of  the present
councillors will have opposition, several, ln my opinion, not having   the
popularity nor the confidence ot tho
electorate to pull through."
Reeve McGregor.
Reeve McQregor   has   yet   to   be
heard from, but it is intimated fhat
the River road resident will again go
on the  stump appealing  for  aupport
on the grounds that his work, owing
to the present   financial   stringency,
has yet to be completed and that several large projects which are ln the
making, are   in such   an   unfinished
state that men knowing every condition    are    absolutely    necessary    to
carry them through.
Councillors Coldicutt, Pau-Vel and
Macdonald and Hugh M. Fraser, the
latter of Central Park, are also mentioned as possibles for the reeveship.
Cotmcfflor Coldleutt made tbe
.companled  her to the mouth of the[|��� T1^ "P'  ���*������ ��*��eate�� In    a
���i,n...nm - V..-.J  ni..nA .t,n -.-.!���-._i! three    cornered    fight    by    ex-Reeve
Last year the Kast Burnaby
jeral  distinguished  naval officers.  i���J��i��ine8s man entered  the councillor-
DELAY COMPROMISE
bay and a band played the national 1...
in Cabinet Over Asquith's j airs-   Among those on board were sev-      Par
- I _>t*_1     ,1 i o, li ,,,i i _ K_.H     n_v_<1    nttlnamm      in.
ship race again after an absence of
Refute Annexation.
Victoria, Nov. 20. -That it ia not'
thc present intention of the provln-
Clal government to alter Its decision
With respect to the annexation to
Vancouver of the surrounding dls
trfcts was the answer returned by
Premier McBrlde today to u 3outh
Vancouver delegation.
Prepare Specific Indictment
Los Angeles. Nov. 20.--On recommendation of United States Histrict
Attorney Albert Schoonover, the arraignment of former officials and directors of the I.OS Angeles Investment
company on a charge of conspiracy
to use the United States malls to defraud, was continued today In the
United States court until Dec. 22. At
that time lt is planned to present a
specific indictment, showing Individual Instances ot violations of the law,
instead of thc blanket indictment returned last week.
LOCAL FOLK SCORE
A GREAT SUCCESS
GETTING READY
FOR XMAS RUSH
Additional Help for Post Office���Malli
for Englsnd Close December 10���
Expect Increase.
Pclks of these parts who intend
pulling off the Santa Claus stunt on
friends In England or the far east
must get a hurry or else the stockings
of these parties of the second part
will have nothing ln them but holes
and a hungry look.
December 10 Is the last day that
malls for tho British Isles can be sent
from New Westminster If expected tc.
arrive at thetr destination by December 20. The last mails for China
Japan, or Australia will be made up at
the local post office on December 1;
for the eastern provinces and States
mall should leave here on the 15th or
20tji ot next month, allowing at least
five days fer delivery. To be absolutely sure of delivery mall ahould
leave here even sooner, for In thr
Christmas rush parcels are often delayed.
In the New 'Westminster post o?<ee
preparations to handle a very large
mgll are being made. Five additional
helpers ate to bo ens-aged for inside
work, sorting, etc., and motor or horse
deltvery will help the carriers.
Postmaster MacDonald laat nlaht
asld he **t-**">*r-i *���������*������> mall thla
Christmas than laat: this because of
the manv more people who have coma
to the dlstriet from the eastern provinces and British Isles In tka last It
montha. v
"Queen  of  Bonbon  Land"
Ably Presented by Amateur Cast.
Music, Dancing and Jests on Current
Happenings of City Pleases���In
Aid of Hospital.
There have becn amateur productions
In New Westminster; there will be
lots more, no doubt, but those of past
anS fut ire will havc to be miles above
the a-'ra^e to excel! that given In
the c era ho-se here last night when
a atagefrl of local folk played "The
Oueeu cf Drrbon l*nd" on behalf of
the Hofal Columbian hospital.
One writes "played" advisedly, for
through tha entire action there was
nothing laborious, nothing stilted or
amateurish; over all wss hung the
veil of reality that covers the efforts
of true actors, and tt was In this that
the production excelled. It is not
necessary to compare the cast of "The
Queen ot Bonbon band" with a road
company. Amateurs and professionals
are two different things, but one
would mnob rather see an amateur
production of real worth than a
second-rate road show, and this wish
was gratified laat night
Tha play waa clean snd bright
brimming with sprlghtliness and
diversity, with Ita seasoning ot burlesque, yet without too much to render
It ��"1 all wpsrlBomo.
'.'The Queen of Bonbon I-and" Is an
al>��orlc��l ���antasv. so Styled by Its
author. Jamea W. Evans, who haa
with Mrs> Evana. directed the players
for some weeks ln preparation tor laat
night. Mr. Evans was right when he
hballcd h's production "A passing
���bo* con timet ed tor laughing nut*
pe ses onl'." tor of plot, there Is Uttl*
or none. "What threadthere Is of sueh
Is made by the combat for authority
between llona. a self realized princess,
and Queen Zerllda of Bonbon land, an
ancient quean of Persians. Vho comes
to Uto air oan twentieth mMmt our**
rounding, snd Anda bar BQsJbrMtural
power atlll sufficient.
The firs* retue, ls worked ont In
tour spec-aeles���the gardens of Dona,
a cltv psrfk. the gardens at twlllgfct-
and q��o fourth almost anyw^era at ail.
The seeynd revae ft cotflnedlo the
Dissension
Offer on Home Rule Bill.' |eral  distinguished  naval orticers.  in
.      . ..   .  .,���   ., ,      , ������,.,,,���  eluding Baron Minoru Saito, minister, , .     .      _
London, Nov. "JO���Premier Asquith slof JUJSJl lone year, defeating George Leaf and
compromise offer to the opposition i The c iQ ,R command of th I ex-Councillor W. H. Madill by ono
leaders on the home rule bill is being crui8er captain Keizaburo Morivama I vote. It is very improbable that he
delayed, according to the Da"y ijs regarded as one of the most" able! will enter the race this year, how-
Mail, bv serious dissension within the|ofncerg of ttle japanese navy.    He Is lever.
cabinet regarding what solution of the \aajA to be very tactful and capable j Councillor Fau-Vel is also an 1m-
iiu-istion shall be offered, of handling any international question i probability,  being chairman    of    the
Winston    Spencer   Churchill,    flrst I which may possibly arise.   He speaks finance committee  this year, and    a
lord of the admiralty;    David Lloyd iEnglish and French.   The cruiser will
Oeorge. chancellor of the exchequer; j proceed by way of Honolulu to Manza-
Sir  Edward  Grey,  secretary  for  for-1 nillo.
eign  affairs,  and  Viscount   Haldane,
lord high chancellor, the Dally  Mail
says, favor the exclusion of Ulster
from the bill, while Augustine Blrrell,
chief secretary for Ireland; Reginald
McKenna, home secretary, and Walter
Kunciman, president of the board of
agriculture, belong to what may be
called for the lighting party, whicb
will resist the exclusion of Ulster, ls
culy willing to offer small concessions
and is ready to impose home rule on
Ulster by force of arms.
"It need only be said." adds the
Daily Mail, "that the Ulster volunteer
force, now numbers 90,000 men, zealous io fanaticism, who are armed with
30.000 rifles and are obtaining more
dally. Meanwhile Premier Asquith Is
waiting fer developments."
Continues on Voysgs.
Prague, Germany, Nov. 20.���Jules
Vedrenes. the French aviator, flew today from Nancy, across Germany,
without descending, and landed near
here at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Tlie distance covered was about 400
miles, lt Is understood that Vedrenes
Intends to continue on to Constantinople.
Houae May Open January ��.
Ottawa, Nov. 20.���The date of the
opening session of parliament will
soon be determined by the government. January 15 has been considered as tlie most likely time, but it ls
now said to be quite likely tbat it
will be earlier. Custom dictates that
the houae open on a Thursday owing
to the official and social fixtures at
tendant on the occasion and lt will
aot he surprising lt it is summoned
tor January t.
(OomUm* ��a Fa* ffMr.)
STOPPED SALARIES.
Chairman and Secretary of Technical
Education Leas Revenue.
Ottawa, 'Not. J��.���The Bvenlng
Journal saya: "tlon. T. VV. Crothers
has stopped tbe aalarlea ot Dr. 1. W.
Robertson, chairman ot the technical
education commission, and J. O. Ben-
gough, the secretary.
The minister ot labor, under wkoM
control la thla oossmlsalon, holds th*
view that tha report of tha work done
���hould havo been completed aad
placed tn bis. hands long ago.. Ho hM
made repeated ���Cwta to get tbla aad
so far baa Mfe*. Tba comtnlta-loa
waa appointed ta January, IM, mmfi*t
tba tabs Liberal administration. Marly
four years ago. They won to satMtt
laformstlo'n ra-gardtng technical education ta Canada. United BtatM aad
Kurope. ,
Tba work otjathertng tha tttUMt-
tioa waa completed In 1*0. *Mt\f
Ursojoaraafo. AUU-ttnawtaatto
he done was to frame tho nport tor
tha mlalater of labor. Naortr throo
****** havo goae by aad tht i*��ort to
aot vat nnmalsirt    Ptaatac that hla
*******   ���#����    -*t*mmm���ft^**W~ ��� ��������       **' ***-^^w~**___  * ���  ���       ""
efforts to **.���*���.-**��� -t*mm**\ Mr.
Crothera hu aawftod tho ��raatto
poller of -oMttat o* tho eetaHea
whieh havo booa runalag ea an thlo
Six Months for Swindler.
Toronto. Nov. 20.���Six months in
the Ontario reformatory was the sentence handed out to James Haffey,
charged with swindling Mary Ellen
Keating out of $128. Haffey, who was
an agent for a Winlpeg real eBtate
firm, persuaded Miss Keating to invest $200. After the first $15 had
been paid and turned Into the firm,
Haffey persuaded the young lady to
pay $128 and get the discount. The
check was made out ln favor of Haffey. who cashed tt.
close  supporter  of Reeve  McGregor,
so that he will probably throw    his
support to the present executive head<
Other Candidates.
Little is known cf Councillor Mac--
donald's aspirations, although he has
shown leanings towards the reeve's
seat in the council chamber. Should
he be able to swing Vancouver
Heights and a portion of the Vancouver vote. Councillor Macdonald may
yet enter the race, but aB he has been
appointed to the Burrard peninsula.
Joint sewerage commission, lt la
likely that another year on the council
Will be satisfactory to the former Vancouver alderman.
Mr. Fraser appears to be the dark
horse at the present moment, although
opinion ln the municipality seems to.
be to the effect that he would make a
hard flght sbould he decide to enter
the race.
Speaking at North Burnaby on Wednesday evening Councillor Fau-Vel
oame out wltb the Btatement that
every one ot the present councillors
waa out tor re-election. Thia will
make the election doubly IntereeUng
aa it is waB known that candldataa
(Ooottausd
riva.)
!?��B
ASK PORT COQUITLAM       :^
CONSTABLE TO RESIGN
BUT HE REFUSES ORDER
Port Coqultlam. Nor. 29.���Although
ths polios commissioners hsrs todsy
decided to aak tor bis realgoat-oa. following a shares ot dlsobsdtoaos to
orders told by Chtsf T. B. Thomas.
Constable Smith states that hs will
not tender hls rsaiffaaUsa aal thgt
hs win rotate a solicitor to took lata
tbs csao. Constable fasith matatalaa
bs bss boss dons aa tajasUss
that hs will soak todrese ta tho.
If ssoesssry-''
Tbs chsrgs to hrM. aa, rn-fi* m*
Cttel The* ws.ta.tlie ssWabto
ttt*m*ptm: woar Ua aaltana M a toao-
Uon hsid at" Mv^Hhto Uat SataHar
waa tossed whlls hs waa oa duty tba
Snath aobsatt-tod a lsaithy affldiavtt
eeabodytag . a' aanbsr * of couatsr
chart* agatast tho obtof. taaladto**.*'
shsrta sf asttoet of **. whloh tba
ohtof sadsavorad torafutsi
bs smtmmtatmM A* -MMlto ss
ato*sat ��sly swots to.
Tbo
ftMad oa too sffissstos as'
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iy
TASTE IN MUSIC.
Reginald de Koven comes to the front of the hustings
With the remark that the popular song of today is immeasurably better than its forerunner of a generation ago
The opinion may be authoritative, but then Reggie happens to be one of the foremost music butchers of this period, so that it's just possible he may be cutting a chop off
a favorite rib.
Not having any musical critic of international reputation within hailing distance, The News doesn't feel exactly competent to slam the theory of the gentleman with
the duitable name, but judging from the labels pasted on
the things that sell for music nowadays, they don't.appear
to stack up more than half way to the titles of the. hits a
generation back. ���   i
Viewed from an aesthetic standpoint, it most certain-
seems that the name, "Silver Threads Among the Gold"
has it over "The Calico Rag," calico being an ordinary,
kitchen apron sort of stuff and silver strands intermingled with gilt suggesting something classy. Then compare
"Itcha Ka Bibble" with "Juanita." The former, which is
one of the recent noise fruits from the musical orchard,
sounds more like a corn salve, or a cure for the mange.
On the other hand "Juanita has a soft, moony, refined
mushiness about it that is bound to catch the fellow ot the
girl who prefers holding hands behind the palm bank to
tangoing under the tungstens. Then again stand "Sweet
Alice Ben Bolt" up beside "Casey Jones." Nobody would
deny that Casey is a grand old name without running the
risk of having a miniature home rule affair on his hands,
and there are too many Joneses for any single person to
take a chance at criticising that handle, but at that "Casey
Jones," as a cover description, lacks the drawing room perfume which "Sweet Alice" exudes.
In the old days the "Swanee River" seemed to do
pretty well at supplying the demand for moisture in music
while "Home, Sweet Home" had a few friends and "When
You and I Were Young, Maggie" appealed to the then
rising generation, but nowadays that sort of melody
doesn't get even "coffee and���" for the man who writes it.
The modern popular hit must have a start like the exhaust
of a racing auto Once under way it is supposed to hop
and skip a few lines, stop in jerks like a poodle with the
hiccoughs, change time once or twice after the fashion
of the rookie squad in the summer militia camp and wind
up with a rush or a slide that leaves the operator fagged
and the hearers deaf.
But then, after all, Reggie de Koven may be right and
if stuff from the musical junk heap like "Everybody Loves
a Chicken" can be transmuted into collateral "for banking
purposes, his argument holds water on the basis that a
song's value is judged by the coin it puts into a composer's
right hand trousers' pocket.
Bitter Debate Before
Big Labor Convention
Leader of Pressmen and Editor of Omaha    Bee   Clash   Over   Newsboys���
Personalities Indulged  in���Congressman From Illinois
Becomes Member of Hobcer.'   Union.
boya to their parents and to assist
tho unemployed and all those willing
to assist themselves.
In the future when congressional
pleasures and duties become irksome
to the member from the seventh district of Illinois, he can shake the habiliments of plutocracy, garb himself
iu the serviceable clothes of the hobo
and hit the rods fnr a jaunt. He can,
when the "wanderlust'' claims him,
inhabit a slde-iloor Pullman and travel
far from his representative's cares.
He can know the joys of cooking a
"handout" over a flre of sticks akin**.
the railroad right of way. All this ho
can do with perfect immunity from
Seattle, Nov. 20.���In a fight which 'lection.    Skilled unionists must take a  criticism for he has become a member
brought   forth   the  injection  of bitter broader view:  they are going to havejrf Hi;' fraternity of rough  and   ready
,. ,       ,  ,     ��� ,*  .     ,,   the  I.  \V.  W.'s  on  their shoulders  If! travelers and he will lie welcomed in
personalities   into   the   convention   ol   a._.,   rfo   mA     ,}   y6���  (U,nv   (o   ttege  all the oatnps Of tbe hobo.
the American Federation of Labor, the newsboys the right to organize in the     By lllis affiliating with ths inner-
efforts  of the  international  Union of, A. P. of L, they will get anoutlet else-  ant    Workers'     union,    Congressman
Pressmen and Assistants to obtain
jurisdiction and control over newsboys' unions went down to defeat yesterday; and the executive council,
headed by Samuel Ciompers, was upheld.
During the course of the spirited debate, championed on oue side by President George l_.   Berry,  of thc  press-
A thug in Seattle held up the same man twice during
one ni-rht.  That sounds like a tag day store.
Funny how the fellow who will not agree with you
is always obstinate.
Th? A. F if L. convention at Seattle has decided that
for the form"tion of a Labor party the time is not ripe.
To some it lod s over ripe enough to be rotten.
where.
Delegate I'.   L,   Baine, secretary  of
the committee on the executive council report, gained the floor as soon as
Horry had concluded to reply for the
committee and state its position.    He
declared that while he was not in the
printing trades alliance, he had been
.asked to draft the report on the ques-
nieii.aiid on the other by half a dozen j,lon  of jurisdiction  over newsboys,
prominent  labor  leaders  and  officers |    ,..,,     . .   ���  , ..   ,���,,_,   ���,
of the International Typographical un-L,llw 51M that,'We Were
ion, the honesty of '.airman The0. ;">>�� to leave to the executive coun-
dore McCullough aa a union .nan was "e ''";;�� 10' ��f newsboys organ-
attacked, calling forth a hot denial; "'?"��� W ��**�� "P���� "��<"�� " ��*
rrom MoCulloucli lowing a temporary occupation which
McCu 110 gh tho   is  managing  edl-   most "f *��� w<f?   ��" **�� ***
tor of the Omaha Bee, was Shairman \B& "�� "5* *��* "Uo "cf,,,lt" lab0,r'
or the committee on the report of the "  s, ruo tm tnPr.e ><re,m;'"-v men ln
executive council, which reported this1",' bu,1 m��c' aswe look" .llP��" �� mer:
chants,   following   a   definite   line  of
morning sustaining the action of the
council and denying the pressmen the
jurisdiction they desired. He Is also
a delegate from the International Typographical union
I work,  instead of wage
McCCullough Replies.
Delegate   McCullough.   occupying   a
I chair on the rostrum next to Oompers.
The light began when Chairman T. jrose  after  Secretary   Baine  ahd   con
W.   McCullough  of the committee on 'eluded, and asked the floor on a ques
the report of tho executive council an- j tion of personal privilege.    When ask
nounced   that  the  executive  council's
decision had been upheld anil that the
ed the nature of it he answered
"1 have been attacked personally on
the floor of this convention and feel
that I ought to have sume opportunity
to reply to this attack."
"Proceed," directed President Gompers.
jurisdiction over newsboys' unions
would noi be given to the international Printing Pressmen and Assistants'
union, but would remain vested in tho
American  Federation of Labor.
President   Perry   of   the   pressmen,!    "My standing ns a union man haajcafe.   whero  the    affluent    legislator
gained   recognition   immediately  after; been brought directly before this con-  stood treat to a sumptuous "feed."
it had been moved and seconded that' vention,"   he  began,   "and   I   want   to      "Gee, I thought I was dreamln'." said
i Buchanan takes ihs place as u frat
nal brother of another of Illinois'
statesmen, Lleut.-Gov. Barrett o'HRra,
who was also In past years an itinerant traveler. Is a member of the same
local with whicli Congressman Buchanan is now associated.
Yesterday at the American Federation convention auditorium -Congressman Buchanan met J-elT Davis, king
of the hohes and international president of the order. Davis explained the
objects and requirements of tlie organ
ization of whicli  he Is president.
"Why. Jeff, I was a hobo once." declared the congressman, "after listening to the hobo king, "and I believe I
am eligible to membership iii your
order."
The congressman then detailed to
the "king of hoboes" experiences of
his early life when he had not risen
to the eminence whicli he now enjoys
and when he was forced to travel
surreptitiously over the lines of several prominent railroads. He told how
he had "hoboed" In his earlier days
and how he had beaten bis way to
several places. Davis then explained
more of the purposes and plans of
hls union and Buchanan declared his
willingness to become a member.
Celebrated by Big Feed.
forthwith the congressman and the
"King of Hoboes" repaired to Grant's
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the report of the committee be adopted by the convention. In opening he
asserted that he was not exactly surprised at the report of the committee.
"I want to discuss this matter at
some length." he said, "and I wish
first of all to establish the status .of
the newsboy. It was intimated in the
committee that lie newsboy is just a
small school fellow who makes SO j votes cast at that election. Not a man
cents a week after school hours; or an running on any ticket was subjected
old woman on the street corners. It] to .the malicious, desperate and scur-
was claimed that they were mer- j rllous attacks lhat 1 was subjected to.
chants. ��� Bsether   Berry   here  on     this    floor
"Those   delegates   who   understand (voices a portion of them,
the work of selling newspapers realize:    "They   published   the   most  outrag-
that It is not a  boy's business  It Is, eons   and  scandalous    attacks;     thev
rather as a  matter of fact,    a    very!were  not  satisfied    with    circulating
say now that i uninted with the Typographical union in Chicago in April,
j1877. thirty-six years ago. I have a
j record of thirty-six years of continu-
'ou8 good Btandlng, a record that any
(union man might well be proud of. 1
|hold a union card in my possession; I
w-as cent hire h> a referendum vote
Iof m;-  union, receiving
strong man's business, of a man physically vigorous."
Referring to the recent newspaper
strike in Chicago, Berry declared taht
"50
Davis. "That steak was two inches
thick and It was smothered In mushrooms."
With the inner man abundantly satisfied. Congressman Buchanan raised
his "fork hand" and the hobo monarch
swore him to fealty to the Itinerant
Workers' union. With all the suletu-
majorlty of j nlty of Imposing ritual and as seri-
ously as when he took the oath as a
member of the house of representatives, Buchanan repeated after Davis
the oath of the hoboes, which Is:
"I.   Frank     Buchanan,    do     hereby i
pledge myself to do all In my power
to prevent Btrike breaking and swear i
that   I   will   never   become   a   strike-'
breaker.    1   pledge  myself that   I   will
dn all In my power to return runaway
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MUSIC.
MUM. c. C. KIMII1SH, TEACHER OV
pianoforte, harmony and singing. Pupils mi, ,.'�����*.! uiy pea-pared fur ,-xumlnu-
II,in In It A. M. snd It. C M. Kor terms
spply d03 Thlnl iiv-nu.
them   through   the  mails to   my   busi
ness  acquaintances;   they  sent  them i boys back to their homes ami parents, j
to my home.    My wife, I might say. is   I   "HI assist the  unemployed  and  all
aimost   a   confirmed   Invalid,     lt   bas]v,,;"" '" ass1'*! themselves.    To this
750 newsboys had joined in  with tho  been my constant solicitude to protect ' pledge myself."
allied  printing trades and had exhib-'her from shocks of any sort: yet ""*���*"������'
ited more spunk and more determine
tion than the so-called skilled mechanics. "They stood loyaly by us until the last shot was fired.' lie said.
"I tell you that boys like that are en
were'so contemptible as to mail these
attacks to her personally, and followed them up with others untl' finally I had to go to the postofflce and
have all mail for her kept until I could
titled  to organization as much as ar-; examine it."
tisans." McCullough at tiii.- point went into a
Berry pointed out that his union In bitter arraignment <,f Berry. "I hold
1912 had incorporated a provision Ini In my hand a letter from Berrv signed
its constitution whereby a death ben-1 this year." he declared, "wherein he
efit for newsboys was created ranging'tellg a arnih*- of his own union that
from $60 to $Hm. Also there was a : his sanitarium has not yet reached the
strike ami lockout benefit of $7 per place whl re It can accommodate mem-
week, he said; and a provision where- hers, He h ipes that the tubercular pa*
by every newsboy afflicted v.Ith tuber- tiem will recover at his ow,. home
cuiosis would be treated in the press- What hope 'ave the newsboys of treat-
men's sanitarium. ,���,.���(.  f,-om  i,jm  w]jen  ),,,  malteB  th*8
li'irry traced the efforts of his un- statement to a member of tlie union?
in on", false in all!"
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SYNOPSIS   OP  COAL   MININO
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RI
ion before the executive council to ob
tain jurisdiction over the newsboys
He related that the International Ty*
A  delegate in  the back of the hall
shouted:    "Will the speaker yield?"
"No " thundered McCullough.
"Ever  sitic Berry    reached    this
city," he continued, "he ��et his mouth
to r inning and wont off and left it. He
writing linotype matter on   is limited in the newspapers as saying
and     selling    newspapers  that  his union gave the newsboys as-
~ The
who <;;
must 1':.
a now-
bad a-
tunic'
Tl
the A
from ���
ing th
���"'        tudent at a college in Washington state Repu
pographical union had protested, tck-
ign the ground that the newsboys were
merchants  and   not  artisans.   "1   ask
you," he said, "what difference there
Is i,< tween
percentage
on percentage."
Berry's first direct personal reference and his attack on the oommlttee
came unexpectedly at ihis jiin.-'ur,*
"Why not be fair'.'" he iHouted, 'T
am not going to attack the committee,
because I realize tliat not all of tii
members were familiar with every i|r
tail of this fight. Hut there are two
representatives of tiie International drh
Typographical union on that committee. The chairman himself, Delegati
McCullough. is managing editor ,,f Un
Omaha Hei', a capitalist paper owned
by   thl
nl liean convention at Chicago."
.ber only three things in his past life.   He|ta^\,SK^^f1��^
te falling due at the bank
Blfltai ������ in tlie amount of $27,0i"ii>. H
told th" committee it was (70,000;
Ihen ii- gets up here on the floor and
tills  you  II   wil'-.  $100,000.
' '���!.'��� rea -,1 aa a union man li,,.. been
luta na near :. straight line as could
l.i- iii-wi i - in 1 have never been
driven from what I thought to I,,- rlghl
liy fear or favor. I don't prop-,,* to !,.
DOW,"
McOonsId Hjrla Challenge
1 ** legale ' can Mel ii nald rose and
asked   permission  t" ask a question.
' 1 v.* ,   *   i* ���  1., :,���'���: is Brother McCul-
man who participated lu the lough a member of the American Pub-
dical profession in France has discovered
���iilled Bacillus Hypertoxious.   If it's as
the immigration inspectors should belm"*,,t0
��� 1   1   ���   1 ���    _��� ��� ,r""'
it with their kit ol questions.
an having voluntaril
<v.ple are now after
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i't want orientals i
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CAN NO
Montn '1
Marie Lain
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���    ���
-,*
l'e '
ut off his queue,
scalp.   Judging
ecent mass meet-
. shape or form.
n gold and now
lized version of
lent under the
In  the -Uinmer of
:o   lay   aside   lier
changed her mind
mother  house   in
bowi .,*r,  and  w.ih
remain    Then her
'���<!     she   had    trou-
'    superior md  dn
'ii an aunt, to re-
itiielli.     She   was
In rejoin the sister
Ugh the courts to
tako   Miss  1-abbe
Gonzalvs Dssaul-
'r-d that a writ of
���iied against pub-
������'���oper one to nsk
��� 'ho congregation
i'lulnve I__inothc.
egation, claimed
the general uproar through Which
arose the voice uf Chairman Md nl
lough  demanding   to  be heard  on  b
point of order.    Whin glvon tbe floor
he assorted thai the action of the own
er of the Omaha Bee was not under
consideration before the convention;
and asked thin  Berry confine his re
till-   issue.
I will have a personal word
with Delegate Berrj "  ���
"i    would   be   delighted,'   'repiiui
Berry.
"You may not li" when l g,.|. through
with  you,"  retorted   McCullough.
President Oompers pounded for older and Berry proceeded. "It is a
bail state of affairs ' 'he shouted, "who
bad state of affairs," he shouted,
"when we nre n���t going to organize
working men nnd women because thelcoma to Mri ci
American Publishers' association tells elects thein I
us not to."
Contradictions   Rife.
Treasurer John l.eminn, of the fed
eration, sprang to his feet.
"That's  unt rue."  he laid,
"I'll g"t to that, sir," asld Berry
"Why did the International Tvpi,
graphical union protest to the execu
tlve  council   In  exactly the same
guage   used   by   the   publishers'   nssi
elation In a Blnill r protest against or-
gaining th" newsboys? In the hltsory
of the federation there has not been
mure th'in half a dozen organizations
of ffewsboys formed on this continent."
Secretary Frank Morrison roBe at
his table by President Oompers ami
''""landed the floor to make a correction.
"Thnt Is an error." lie assorted. "In
mlatl n," In* said,
"No   s'r, 1 am n it," Mel ul'.ough re-
plli ,1    "l am employed by the Omaha
Bi      i  h   ,   .*.      innectlon  with the
asiioclM.I       lln   f)   or  indirectly."
Mi Dona     ���*, ;*,* ited thc question "In
���   i'i, it.   language,  and   McCul *    . * I   :      ,' ll      "I   *.,:���*    . I; j/     *,,!���
uf thi '-..-.   ���: <���   et  a  salary  win, i.
a. III *., , *, 'i pt from the Income
ta*-:."
Foil :;,��� I1, , lose of McCuIlogb'fl
rem irl I ,hi W Hayes seoretary-
ire.'iMir,*r r thn International Typo-
graph * nl i, r lined tho floor ami
explali il Uip i i . ns of that organla-
tlon tor * .: ��� In,- tha organllng or
newsl i .-.: ' y the pn ismen, He also
l'," 'I   hi to  Herry  for ques
nonius tl * Integrity of delegates rrom
hl�� un :i ' the federation. "I submit
lhal -\ii, n tho International Typographical union elects delegates lo
lon," he said, "it
ocause it believes In
their hi pi iy nn,I ability ahd desire to
support  the policies or that union.'
Jbiiich r Shan,*,* . of the at. Louis
Labor Councll, replied to Hays, ami
.lamon W, Duncan, first vice-president
of Hi" federation, took thc floor u
support the executive council,
ecu | When the quesinm was put. shortly
Inn    hefore noon, the vote resulted In 121
New Weilingttn
COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office,  5=J4   Front  Street,
Foot of Sixth  Street.
P   O. Box 315 Phone 105.
II   IIMMIMI   ISWI-^1****���
rt
EE CHUNG
MKIti 'I i.VI    I'WI.OR
",\  Imported  ���  *'l dultlngs no* on
-plav     See   tii--,-       Perfect   flt  and
workmanship guaranteed. Prices from
i Is iiii  np      7nt    I-', ,.*.i   Sin-el
AN fAllfK
HO.
When you  uke your
Eastern Trip
you   may   as   we
ami ��t minimum
Hi..      fall on
I    W    H HOI 1th
in  comfort
caa prove
-gent
isi.
IllVei
! COAI. MINIMI rights ot the Dumlnlc
In Manitoba. Boskatchriran ami AIImi-u
lha Yi_k,,n Territory, Ihe Norlhwetl Tei
rltorles and In a portion of the I'rovlm
nt British Columbia, may I,- leaned for ���
lerm of twenty-one >��������.�� at un annua
i rental of 11 sn son. Not more than ill
I acrea wlll he leaaed lo one applicant.
Application for a leaae muat be mod
I hy the applicant In parson lo tbe Acta
; or Sub-Agent nf the dlatrlct In which ta
I rights applied for are attuated.
In Burveyed territory the land must b
| described   by   sections,   or   legal   sub dtv
, atons of aectlona, anil  In  uneurveyed tei
ritory   the   tract   applied    for    shall    I
slaked out by the applloant himself.
Kach application  muat he aceompanle-
hy a fee of |J> wlilch will be refunded I
the rights applied for are not avallabli
I but   not  otherwise.     A  royally  ahall   b
paid on  the merchantable output of Ih
mine nt the rate of five centa per ton.
I    The   person   operating   thn   mine   aha
l furnish   the   Agenl   with   sworn   return
accounting for the (ull quantity of met
i.'l.aiiiiibl.-  coal   mined  and   pay  the  roj
alty   thereon.   If the conl  mining   right
are not lielng operated such returns aboul.
lie  furnished al  least onoe a year.
The lease wtll Include the caal minim
rights only, but the leaaee wlll be per
milted In purchase whatever avallaM
-.iirfnce rights mnv be considered neces
sary for the working of Ihe mine at tb
nit.- of 110 an acre.
For full Infor nation application ahuul,
be mnde to the Secretary of the Oepsr,
ment of Ihe Interior.  Ottawa, or to an
Agent or giili-Agent of Dominion  l_��ndi
W. W. CORT,
Deputy Minister of the Interloi
N. B���(Tnautliorlied publication of thl
Hdvertlsement wlll not he ualil for
FRATERNAL
NTKRNATIONAL 8TKA.M ANI) OPER.
al ii,�� Knulneers, I-m-nl ti t, meets In
I_ib<,r Temple every tlr>.t and thlrdi
Thursday or the month. II Mcl-iugtilln.
preeliU-nt : W. C. Hnuniters, eecretary,
P.  O   Box 52��.
>-l''* WBSTMlNSTKl: I.OIII1K NO I.
M a P. O. of Klk. nf the I). ���t C. me*
the first and third Thitf*��<1uy st t p. m.,
K. nt V Mall. Eighth street A Wells
Oray, Bxalted Ruler: P. II. smith. 8ee>
retary.
I.. O. O. M.. NO. 854.--MERTB Ott
first, second, third and fourth Wedne��
day In each month at 8 p. nv.
In the Monae Home. II. J. I_esmy,
dictator; K. E. Jones, secretary.
Il.'adqiisrters of lodge In He* Houso;
oorner of Fourth and Carnarvon ntreeta
I. O. O. F. AM1TT LODOl- NO 17���The
regular meeting of Aoitiy I,���'*.-" Ha.
27. I. O. O. F.. Is held every Monday
night at t o'clock In Odd Fel lows' Hall,
corner Carnarvon and Ktithth streeta.
visiting brethern co-,1lnlly bulled
R. A. Merrlthew, K.O.I 11. W Hungeter.
V. O.; W. C. Costlism. P. il record
Ing secretary- J. W. MaoDonsld. financial  aecretary.
PUNERAL    OIRECTORS.
W. E. FAI.K* Plone. r Funeral nireclat
and Knbnlmer. Ill 'It Agnes atreet,
oppoel.. Carnegie Library.
8 BOWBf.L (HtrCOICHHOR TO CKW.
t*-r A Hanna, Ltd. I ��� Fiinertl director!
and emhalmera. Parlors 40K Columbia
street.    New  Weatmlnster.    I'hone III.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.fries  Phene  IU.      Barn  Phone   u
Bsghl* Sir,,t
"annaae Delivers* I'lomeii.  u
anr part of the eltr
Ught and Heavy Hauling
CITV OS NEW WFSTMINflTEN   ��,
BOARD   OF   TRADE
Hi Mill) OF TRADB-NEW WM I'MIN.
ster Board of Trade meets In th,- boarf
rieaii. i.'ltjr Halt, as follows. Third Frl-
dor of each month quarterly nie,sine
nn the third Friday of Kehrusry, May,
August and November nt II p.m. Att*
iiiinl meetings on Hie third Friday ol
February. C. H. Pluart Wade,
tatv
seers-
favoring the adoption of the commit-
Itee's   report nnd   uphodlng the exebu
tlvec ouncil, and 74 iiKalnst.
He Joins the Hoboes.
Congressman Frank Buchanan of Illinois, attending the convention of the
American Federal iou of Labor, and
I ,i member of the naval affairs commlt-
i tee ,,r the national house of representatives, has raised til�� right hind nnd
|solemnly tnken tho oath which makes
hlm a member of I .oral No. 2, of Chi-
my experience ng secretary, there have   ouj.'o.   International     Itinerant.    Work*
been at least sixty nowsboys' locals ers'tunion-  the Hoboes of America
Chartered," '    All this happened yesterday and to
""'.v many are there now?" retort | day Congressman Buchanan Is enroll
" ���i'.'rry \"<- as * full-fledgod member of the or*
Thnt   hns  nothing to do  with   II,"   Ranlzntlon of the knights of the hraite
NOS   mxix-i*.**.!
o r i ce
I.ibbe
replied   Morrison.   "That    Is    not  tli
: fault,  of the federation."
"Tlmt   Is ova. ily  thn trouble,"  Ber-
i itbliO duty on the  ry i-elolned    "They have bfen put out
of business because they bad no pro-
beams. He is s"vorn to do all In his
power to prevent strikebreaking and
Is pledged never to become a strike
breaker.    He has  agreed on  oath  to
do all in liis power to return runaway
ALTERATION OF RUNNING SCHEDULE   OF   INTERURBAN   LINE
TO VANCOUVER, VIA CENTRAL   PARK,  AND  OF   FRA8ER  VAL-
LEY DIVISION.
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, NOV. 2, 1913.
(Subject to change without notice)
t   WESTMINSTER-VANCOUVER (VIA   CENTRAL   PARK.)
Sunday schedule���Trains leave New Westminster at 8, 7, 7:30, H,
H 30 and I) a.in . and every 20 minutes    thereafter    until    K:30    p.m.
After H:?l) service every 30 minutes  with   Inst  car  leaving  at   midnight.
Week dnv schedule���Trains lsavo New Westminster st R, fit-IB, 8,
8:16, 6:80, 6 46, 7. 7. IB. 7:30, 7:46 and 8 a.m., and every 20 mlnutea
until 4 p.m.. I ,,,ni I p.m. to 8:30 p.m. a IB minute service wlll ba
given. Arter 8 30 t* m. a 30 minute service wllh last cur nt midnight.
Saturday service -Karly morning schedule tho same as on week-
days, but after v a.m., n 15 minute service will be given until midnight.
FPA8ER   VALLEY   DIVISION.
is  f"r Chllllwack leave New Wnslmlnst-nr dallv ai
', ", 3fi nnd 6:46 p.m..   Trains lenva Chllllwack dully
8 io am  and 9:30  a.m.  and  110  and  6:46   p.m
ice In Chllllwack from New Westminster st nW
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER.
IPBCIKICATIQNB. AiiRKIdltENTB OF
**i,lf, Deeds, Business letters, eto.; clr-
culiir work specialist All work strictly
cinnilentlal. H. Harry, room III Wsat-
mlnster Trusl Blk.    Phone Jsl,
PROFESSIONAL
COHROt.l.D, IJRAN1 A MiltOI.I., IIAR-
rlaters, Hoilctturs. etc -til Unne Htre-s-t,
New Westminster, ft. >'. Corbould. tt,
a.    J. R, Orant.    A   w   MeColl.
Through  tral
9:80 b.m. niul i   I
for return trip nl
Dally  Kxpu ,
a.m. and 3:36 i> in
KRI1ISH nilllMM FLPT! RAHWAY COMW
ADAM HMIT1I JOHNSON, IIMtltlHTRIt-
ni law. Solicitor, etc BolleJlor for the
lliink of Vancouver. Offices: Merchants Hunk lluliillnK. N.w Westminster, lie, Telephone N,i 10711. Cable
address "Johnston." Coda Western
l'nlon.
W. P. HANSFORD. BATtRISTl-R, solicit,ir, etc.. C.illlMter Hlack, corner Col-
11111I1I0 ami McKenzie streets, Nrw Westminster, n.C. P. O tlm '.Uf.. Telephono 3.4.
WIIITKSinB.     KDMi, , I is    A    WHITS.
sloe ���  Bntrlster* st���l Holloltors,
n,luster   Truat   Blk..
Nnw Westminster. H
"WhllosltlB,"    Waste,
Drawer    J00.     Tejet,,
Whiteside,  K. O :   i'
Whltealde
irs, Wost-
'olumlilit   street,
Cnble addrsas
II h Ion     P.    Ol
ne    It,     W.   J,
nomonds    O.
HTU.WMI.l, OLItTi
sotlcllor,   eta.;   oon,
McKensle   streeta.
P   P    P. O   Bo*  11
���i,iirlster-at-ls��,
' 'elumhls    ih
West minster.
''-Inphone   Tif.
P HAMPTON Rn
Snlloltmr and Noln
Muck 2S lorne sf
at...    i(   r;
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'fltces
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as
MoUU
ll
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tin
I'neeH'tT
KRIS,    MARTI
l��M  and  Boll,
nbiutor Trust t
O.  McQtiar.
AMKADT,
tint tn lit
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��� *T FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER 21,  1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE THREE
1
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ta
NOVEL LODGINGS        Men of Ability And fl
10 BE KEPT DP Integrity Are Needed
loating
Quarters
for
Poorly    1
E'Cya
and   Girls
Will
Not   Go
Out of Commission.
Paid
Speaker at Wachlngtcn State Municl
pal League Speaks on the Modern Problem of tbe City.
:
,
Spokane,  Nov
ifi in-Ill    annual
20.��� ln   opening
convention     of
Ni w   Vork,   Nov.   20.    It   would   b(
haul  lo tin,I Joy in so small  a space
as was contained In tho good ship league of Washington .Municipalities
Jacob A. BtamlST, when her passen-; yesterday. President Howard A. Hangers beard that she was not to go out
of commission.
Tliis Deep Sea Hotel bas for five
years been a noted and unusual institution of New Vork. John Arbuckle,
t'.ie late coffee millionaire, waa Its
sponsor anil supporter. When he died
he left no provision for Its mainten
ance, anil bis heirs, who are hiB two
sisters, at first announced that the hotel would go out of business. its
guests, however, addressed Buch a
touching petition to the sisters that
they consented to grant a reprieve until spring, anyway.
The Deep Sea hotel Is for young men
and women who earn very little
money, The girls pay $2.SO a week
for board anil lodging, the boys $3.50.
If a girl is earning more than $0
or f7, or a boy more than IS, he or
she !�� gently admonished to seek other quarters,   ah the accommodations
the ship has It cares for about 75
girls nnd 25 boys, when filled are
needed for those whose earnings are
very small, anil who have no other
horn".
Of course, the hotel Is not self supporting. Kven with tlle Strictest economy, Mr. and .Mrs. Y. T. Sheeley, who
have managed It ever since It was
started, cannot make lt pay, with the
rates  what  they  are  and  food  at  Its
presenl priest   The deficit Arimokle
made good, and the question now is
whether lh" sisters think enough of
Carrying on this charily of his to follow thc saiiie course.
The Jacob a Stamlsr lies moored in
ihe Kast river al the foot of Twenty'
third  street.    A  gangway   Vails from!
the pier lo hor main deck, on  which
are   the   office,   dining   room,   reading j
and lounging rooms, and a small smoking room  for the boys.    On  the next!
deck  above  is a big dancing  floor, j
Then collies  lhe hurricane deck, well
provided with benches, and. in thej
summer with tents, In which many,
of the girls sleep. There is almost
always ���> breeze on the river and few I
cooler sleeping places are to be had ,
^__t
son, of Seattle, said:
"The problem of the future Is the
problem of tlle city. The city and the
country are most intimately related lo
anil dependent upon each other. What
affects one affects the other, but It Is
In the city that the keener struggle,
the keener contest arises, and must
be fought out, for broader and Bound-
r laws, fnr higher standards of hon
duced   to give of their time to public
oiHce. Tin re is a present day tendency
to exaggerated criticism, a Becking lor
change. Tlle community needs to grow
part  the point where  mere advocacy
of a change is sufficcut; It needs    lo
[reach   the point where it calmly anal-
thelyzes  the  present and    the    proposed
the conditions  and   then  decides.  In   this
matter thu well  Informed city official
Is   of   the   greatest     assistance.     He
should   be   a   leader   ln   constructive
work  for the city,  yet steady  in   bts
judgments.
"llie fourth annual* convention ol
the League of Washington Municipal
Hies marks a distinct udvacne in municipal progress in this state. I iio
not wish to be understood as claiming
that modern Ideas and towns must originate witb city officials.    Much   of
"GET THE HABIT"
tt
GET THE HABIT9
B
e an
Early
esty  and efficiency  in  publlc service, our best Ideas come from other than
for better conditions for the working-
man, for pure food, pure water, wholesome recreation and amusement.
"The municipal official has a greater opportunity as well as greater obligations, resting upon him than the
ofliclal of any other branch of government; and any municipal official, no
matter how humble may be his office,
who does not appreciate this fact when
he takea up his work Is going to fall
far short of meeting his opportunities.
He has great obligations resting upon
official circles. But, It is neverto'-i
less true that municipal officials can
exert a powerful, Intellgent and practical Influence upon local matters.
When assembled in annual slate convention, their deliberations become of
real and Immediate Interest to the
citizens of every city and town in th,:
state.
Municipal Research Bureau.
"The state of Washington is liuleei
fortunate    in    having    located at Its
Mate university the extension division
him; he has an opportunity to do'so,and the bureau of municipal research
at any price than this one enjoyed by]
the glris of the Deep Sea hotel.
Both young men and young women;
live on a moat economical plan. Tbere;
are accommodations for lining theirI
own laundry work, if they care to, and
a ��-,"���i many of them do care to. Bui
they   ha'*."   lots  of  good   times,  too    j
"were Jusl like one happy family," aa |
they put in thetr petition to ArbuoMe's
heirs. Mr. and Mrs. Sbwley are father I
anil mother tO t'lem all.
As nn aid to one Mr Cupid tlie Deep]
Sen Hotel has few equals anywhere.;
The couples who have walked down j
that gangplank, headed for the mar- ���
riage license bureau, are many In i
number And there is more than one)
pair right now, preparing to leave the j
safely-moored Jacob a. Btamlar and
sail   the   rough   seas ot matrimony
"as soon as be gets his next raise."
much for the people; and if he does
not -appreciate this he is not going to
measure up to his office.
Same Problems In All Cities.
"A visit to the different cities of the
United   States   will  convince   us  that]
most  cities are  working upo  nprnctl-i
cally  the  same  municipal    problems,
such as the elimination    of    railroad
grade  oroslsgns,  the building of con-,
iluits for high tension or low tension
wires,  llie improvement of the wat.,'
j supply, the sanitary disposal of waste
mailers, the betterment of transporta
, tion  systems,  the  proper  lighting  of
I thi1 city, the establishment of t echo I-1
ni schools, the elimination of all kinds
of vice, with which some of our cities,
hive been so shamefully burdened. In;
all of these matters  we have  beeu
making progress, because we have an
awakened civic conscience.
"The peop)e are demanding that politics shall no logner govern our cities,
lloss rule and political pulls, wilh all
their attendant evils, must go, and all
over the land there Is the cry that
there shall be a change in municipal
government. Many splendid ideaB are
advanced sueh as the i-onimisaio.i
form of government, limited council,
or a legislative body conclitlng of onl
member from each ward of the c'.ly.
Some of these proposed changeB are
now being given a trial and from lhe
different experiences of cities there
will In time be evolved a form of mil
nlclpal government more satisfactory
Ihan any [nnn that is now in use.
Good Men Needed in Office.
"Men of ability and integrity must
fill our public offices if cities shall I.e
conducted upon business principles.
We have plenty of such men in all
communities, and an awakened 0-1*81
i department thereof. Both Prof.
Edwin A. Start, director of the division, and Ur. Herman A. Brauer, in
charge of the bureau, are here witn
us and we shall shortly hear of their
wcrk and Its relation to the league.
Dr. Hrauer Is the corresponding Becretary of the league and municipal editor of the league paper. To bim we
are principally indebted for the systematic and thorough preparation
made for this meeting. President
Thomas Franklin Kane of the university displayed broad Judgment when
he established this division and its
bureau.
"Our splendid state institution of
learning in the neighboring city of
Pullman lias for years devoted its effort:* to aiding rural communities in
the solution of their problems. It is
logical for the Btate university to give
definite attention to aiding in the solution of urba nproblems. Nor is this
work confined to the gentlemen 1 have
mentioned. A number of professors in
different departments are doing work
for the direct benefit of our cities.
1 shall leave further statement of this
matter to the getnlemen who are to
address us thereon. Suffice it to say
thai the bureau of municipal reaearch
will become, in my opinion, a most
valuable aid to the league and of great !
help to the cities and city officials of,
the state.
[    "The necessity for securing const!-
itutional amendments guaranteeing    a I
broader  measure of local self-govern-
' ment to our cities and their freedom
'from legislative control Is'at once ap-
* parent when we consider the record of
what  the legislature of I'iU did for
leur cities and what it denied.
I    "Municipal legislation is not subject j
| to the fortunes of political measures.
Christmas
Shopper
And Get Your Holiday Gifts Cheaper
Than You Ever Have Done Before
____________________________   __________________
We are encouraging you in a very practical way to shop early this year
by reducing our prices very substantially on everything in the store.
Remember that we do not raise our price for Christmas such as is done
in some places. Our prices are the same all year, except when we reduce
them during a sale.
HOW ARE THESE FOR PRICES
FANCY CHINA
Cake Plates, reg. $2.25, sale price  $1.25
Cake Plates, regular $2.75, for  2.00
Cake Plates, regular $3.50, for   2.60
Cake Plates, regular $1.25, for   1.00
POST CARD ALBUMS
Regular $1.15 for  70c.
Regular $1.00 for  65c
Regular 70c. for  45c.
Regular 50c. for  35c.
Also a line at half price.	
ship must work to Ihe end that -nich j Sucti legislation must stand on Its own
me naud such men only, shall be   n*| merits*.
ADVICE ON FEED
FOR DAIRY CA1IIE
WHILE  THE  HOT  AIR
ARTISTS ARE SILENT I
���	
Victoria.   Nov.   20.    Two   large  boil-1
���ers, which  will form  purl of Ihe ni s
besting system for   the   parliament
buildings,    were    received    yesterduy
from the manufacturers in (lall, Ontario, and nre today being placed in
position by the contractors, Messrs.
Hayward * Hods, of Victoria, under
the superintendence of their engineer.
OeorgO S.  Thatcher.
'lhe Installation! when complete, will
QDst about (80,000, and will be one of
the most complete on the I'acific coasl
It contains quite a number of unusual
Features, which are designed to save
lime, trouble and expense, combining
to produce the most ideal conditions
of heating and ventilating known to
modern science.
lii addition U) th" two boilers, which
are already onthe ground, a third Ib
expeoted to arrive very shortly and
lh' ��� e three 2(111 horse power water tube
boilers will be used for generating
heal and power. These I oilers. In nd
dliloii to other fealun., not commonly In ise, sr.' to be i ,iilpped with me-
i*hii"V,il 'inkc-s, which provide for
an automatic feed of coal which can
bo cai.ed i i lllll different duties, together with a constant cleaning of
the flre, enabling the engineer In
Charge to control the fin's so as to secure lhe besl possible results In the
way of efficiency, economy and smoke
abatement.
Dominion  Government  Expert  Issuss
Timely Eulletin on How to Oet
Best Results.
cured by combining the ration, which
should be the Bame, o rpractlcaly the
same from day to day. as many differ-
endt kluds of roughage ami meals or
concentrates ns It is found convenient to Include.
Harvesting Counts.
The stage at which the various for- j
age crops are harvested has much to
do with their flavor and aroma. Early
out hay Is not only superior in eom,r>-
siticii  to  the  late cut  article, but  is |
much   more  pleasant  in  aroma   and
more acceptable in flavor.    The same
may be said of most forage crops, the
early-cut.  well-cured  forage plant    of  THIEVES TAKE
GLASSWARE
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Water Sets:
Regular $2.25 for  $1.40
Regular $1.75 for  1.30
Berrv Sets, 7 pieces:
Regular $1.50 for $1.20
Regular 85c. for     .65
CUT GLASS
At 20 per cent Discount.
Cut Glass Bowls, regular $8.00, for $6.40
Cut Glass Bowls, regular $12.00, for  9.60
Cut Glass Bowls, regular $7.50, for  5.00
Royal Crown Derby Plates, etc., at 20 per cent off.
I
By making your purchases early you have the advantage of choosing from complete assortments; you
avoid the holiday crowds and delay: you can take your time in making selections; you can get better attention than when the rush is on.
AND \OU SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DURING OUR SALE
646 Columbia St.
The Fair
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New Wesiminster
In a dairy district of the Importance |p_ai.tIcallj, ev__y dpgcrlptlon ,��� much
of the one wihcli centers about New I superior
Westminster, the following advice on
autumn aud  winter Teed  for cows as
issui-d by  the federal department, Ib
timely.
l'rof. Orlsdale. of the department,
points out that cows fed In the stable
during one half of the year or more,
and feeding during this period may,
through ignorance or on account of
using unsuitable foruge, voluntarily,
be made very expensive. The profits
trom the herd will, of course, depend
lo a large extent on teh economy of
the methods of winter feeding followed. Economical feeding does not mean
scant supplies, hut the using
to  the  late-cut,  badly-cured
EVEN
THE KITCHEN 8TOVE
Seattle, Nov. 20.���Thieves looted a
vacant house at S18 Spruce street,
{controlled by tho Bowden-Gazzam
company, and carried away practically everything that was movable.
Plumbing    equipment,    a  stove and
HUMANE OFFICER  PROVES
TOO  MUCH   FOR  THUGS
Spokane, Nov. 20.���An attempted
robbery on Wall street, Just opposite
the pollce station, at 10:30 o'clock lnet
night, the police say, was disrupted by
Humane Ofricer Thomas Meddle, who
dlBpersed three assailants of J. A. Hal-
ated after they bad knocked him
-down anil wore In the act of going
through his pockets, according to the
officers.
Meddle three himself upon tiie man
holding lialsled and the two others
made off westward cm Trent avenue.
The man arrested gave Ills name as
John McCarthy and said ho wus a laborer, lialsled lives at I'.phrata, Wash.,
annd said he was stopping In the city
over night en route to Cut BanBk,
Mont., where he owns a band of sheep.
Officer Heddle wss In Ills buggy
when lialsled rounded the corner from
Trenet avenue Into Wall street and ran
eolith. He was followed closely by
tho three men, Heddle says.
"McCarthy was first to overtake tho
fleeing victim, and he knocked Hal-
start down and began going through
hls pockets, while his companions ln
the chase held the victim," said Heddle, who sprang from the buggy and
grabbed McCarthy, whose hand, he
aays, waa In one ot Halstad's pockets,
Halstad's Inside coat pocket and two
blp trousers pockets were Inside out
when be was searched at tbe station.
McCarthy ls charged with attempted
robbery,
-__ , the using of the
kinds of feeds and feed combinations
lhat wlll be likely to produce the best
results at Ihe lowest cost.
As Ihe milk produced depends upon
llie (|iiautlty und quality of the food as  when
consumed, every effort should be made tlons.
to supply the cow  with all she will'
eat of a ration combining palutablllty,
easy digestibility and suitability   In
composition for tho milk flow.
Observation uud experimental work
st the central experimental farm, Ottawa, during the past twelve or thirteen years lead Prof. Orlsdale to consider succulence, variety and regularity In hours of feeding as the most
Important factors making tor palate*
plant or the same species.
Kreshly ground grain is always more
palatable feed than long-ground material, and will give better results.
Kred the beat feeds, that Is, the most
palatable feeds. In tho morning. Olve
less acceptable feeds at night or outside ln racks or in some such way as
will leave the eating of the same a
matter of amusement or pastime, as
it were, rather than a duty or a necessity.    The cow eats such thtugs best
when she really does not need to eat ,.^__^__^^^__^^^^^^^
them, and what Is more, shows results of  K. D.  Merrill. 919  Harvard  ave-
though tt be Inferior In quality. |nue north, last night   Entrance was
Experiments extending over    some!effected through a pantry  window.
years to determine the relative merits |    cloth,ng valued at $200 was stolen
of dividing the ration Into two or into _. _    . ,
��� _, __ ._   some time yesterday by a burglar at
to our fellow  workinginen. the strlk-
Ign miners, of British Columbia.
"Whereas, the miners of British Columbia were peacefully striking to better the codnltions In the mines wbere
they were employed, therefore the introduction of the military was a fatal
mistake on the part of the authorities,
turning a peaceful community into a
Btate of warfare.
Whereas, the arresting and    sen-
other articles were stolen
was discovered yesterday.
Burglars obtained  (60  and  a diamond studded gold fob at the residence
three or more portions seemed to In-
dicute tbat when the same amount of Mrs. H. B. Johnson's rooming house.
the same kinds of food was fed In twojjoi  PI.tii   avenue  north.    The man
portions it gave lust as good results
ted in three or more por-
Water Important
Tbe requirements of the milch cow
In the way of water are very considerable. The more milk produced and
the more feed consumed, the greater
Is likely to be the amount ot water required. This amount may vary from,
say, 75 pounds up to even 800 pounds
of water ln n single 24-hour period.
Tbe problems ot how to water, when
to water and how much water to give
The loss | tenctng of the miners to long terms of
I Imprisonment by a Judiciary out of
sympathy with teh working class, following upon the heels of the other, has
certainly capped the climax.
"Therefore, be It resived that we
hereby protest and call upon you to do
all in your power for the Immediate
release of these miners, restoring them
to their full liberty, clothing tbem
sgam with all their rights aa cltl-
ens, and giving back to the women
and children th-ur breadwinners, the
husbands and fathers."
bllity and high digestibility of a ra-{can be best solved by Allowing the cow
tlon. free access to water at all times. The
Succulence In the winter ration may water had better be warmed In win-
be secured In severs! ways. The .most [ ter, but. lf tt Is not convenient to store
common, and the most advantageous t It in a warm place, It will not pay
from tbe standpoints of low cost of to warm It artificially,
ration and convenience In handling Is I Bait is necessary to tl
the use of ensilage. Roots of various health of the dairy cow. The quan
kinds are, however, largely used, and tlty to feed wlll vary from an ounce to
nre very valuable for the purpose. * three or four ounces a day. It mlgbt.
Where both the above are lacking, sue-, ns In the case ot the calf, be given In
culonce (hay be secured by cutting thn form of rock salt ln the manger,
the straw or hay and sprinkling freely i but had better be fed dally ln tha
with water a few hours or even a cou-! food ^^^^^^^^���^���^^���^���^���^���^���^���^
rented a room and later ransacked
several other apartments. John W.
Pilling, a street car conductor, lost a
silver set anud a camera. Other tenants lost clothing.
J.'H. Baker was jostled by a man
In a hallway ot teh Regina hotel. First
avenue  and  Washington  street  last i - ...
night and discovered about an hour The main reason why so many
later that ha had been robbed qf tt. ~ ���*���*- -**��� *** ���*
Burglars looted the residence ot
Mrs. Jamea Caider, 2826 Oraham
street, last nlgbt obtaining $2 and a
gold brooch and a meal The prowlers were apparently In no hurry and
tarried long enough to despoil the family larder.
Highwaymen attempted to, bold up
John  Reed, ��J6  Charles street laat
lanupoiIUH   oi    IUW    UUII   ui   w   -.���,_,,   ,-   ,.,.���,......w. ..juim    i-v-u,    m.v    *-****"**    "    , ,
convenience In handling Isl   Salt Is necessary to the comfort and|night, but Bead paid not attention to
pie of days before feeding. Adding
about 20 per oent. of feed molasses to
Ihn water used for sprinkling Improves the p.tlatablllty and effectiveness of such a ration very greatly.
Where ensilage is available, tt la well
to mix from 8 to 12 pounds chaff with
each 100 pounds ensilage. Thia should
he done some little time before fee-ding to Insure the chaff being moistened.
the ration fed the dairy
Variety In .^^^^^^^^^^^^
cows sdds greatly to lta effectiveness
by rendering it more palatable. Vari- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ety In tbls connection, however, must |Turning tho cow ont In the col
Exercise when taken by the dairy
cow is not Immediately conductive to
milk production. On the contrary, anything that might in* called exertion
Is practically certain to lower tke milk
flow temporarily. It would, however,
be unwise to say tbat the dairy now
should have no exercise while producing milk. It ts probable that the allowing of a moderate amount of ex-
BTcles will have a beneficial affect up-
animal aad aV
on the health of tha  .___.
most certain that suoh exeretaa wIV
advantageously affect Uia offspring.
the command and continued on hla
way. About an hour later T. Apple-
ton, "01 Marlon atreet, waa ordered to
halt upon penalty ot being ahot. Instead, he ran. The hear highwayman
didn't shoot. Appleton waa accosted
on Spring street between Sixth and
Seventh avenues.
WHAT SEATTLfc SOCIALIST* . ,
���AID TO MR. BOWSER
Following li the fun text of tka I
protest sent by Beattle Socialists tol
Attore*y-O*a*r*l Bowser   oooeeralw1
tka sentencing of tka Nanatmo mutt*
era, whtoh ntfMv* trom thoSowd oMr
Between Womtn't
Health or Suffering
women suffer greatly tt times
is because of a run-down condition. Debility, poor circulation show in headaches, languor, nervousness and Worry.
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,  B.C.
Branches Throughout the Province of British Columbia.
Savings Department at ail Branches Deposits ot One Dollar and
upwards received and Intereat at tho highest current rat* paid or
credited half yearly.
A OENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable to all puts ot tho
world.     '��� /
CHAS. CL FENNOCK, General Manager.
A. W. BLA
Naw  Westminster  Branch:
SLACK,
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Some of the Steamship Lines We
Represent
Anchor, Atlantic Transport, America-., Alton, Aastro-1 ���risanf J
Canadian Pacific, Cusaid. Canadian Norther*. Canada, DomMmC |
rabre, Freank. Drank, HBmhwt-Amerieam. HoUead-A_��srt����. -H-U-
laa. Leylaad. Lamport * Holt. Ntppoa Tmm Kaisha. North-Oartoaa
Lloyd, Norwegtu-Aa-erlc-u.. Oceanic Rod Star, RusMsji Amarloan.
Royal Mali Steam Packet Company, BamUlMTiaa-AU-neaa. CaM-V-it
Caatle. Ualtod rruit Compiwy, WhU��-MM.
Surely wo wo In a poaitloa to ******** thn
0. a. DOPBROW,
DJMM-L
H. aSMITU,
|p.p. Itjl
not be taken to mean feeding one kind
of feed today, a different feed or combination of feeds tomorrow and still
another ratio nthe next day. Variety
In feeding the dairy cow must be se-
I winter
weather, however, to shiver, If only for
half an hour a day, la tbe winter winds
Is likely to prove anything but health-
mi to the om*, economical to the farmer or advantageous to th* breeder,
ha* ca***4 m* HtU*
T^ftWi* attorn*.    ....
"Dear Sir-^Th* Socialists of ienttli.
Nov. t, Mil. adopted tt* Wtontos
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
I
CAPTAIN CRICHTON
' IS NOW GAZETTED
Officer in Charge of the Fispa to Be a
Fishery Officer In Protection-
Service.
In the current issue of the Canada
Gazette the following appointments in
the department of marine and fisheries are announced.
John Kraser Crifihton. ..squire, officer in charge of patrol boat Flspa, to
be a fishery officer in the fisheries
protection service of Canada.
John, fleorge liaan, Esipiire. officer
in charge of patrol boat Garnet, to be
a fishery officer in the fisheries protection service of Canada.
Whitney Huston Kinnie, first officer
on tho fisheries protection cruiser
Falcon, to be a fishery officer in the
fisheries protection servico of Canada
Additional Locals
B. C. Horse Announcements.
The current Issue of the Canada Gazette contains some items of interest
to II. C. Horsmen. lt states that Ceo.
Mai-shall l.iulacott and I.ouis George
i'anet. have been created provisional
lieutenants. Mr. Endacott is connected with the Point Grey and Kburne
troops. It also announces the formation of the undermentioned rifle associations in connection with the regiment: Hist Regiment B, C. Horse
(staff) with headquarters at Merritt,
B. ('.; D Squadron, ;il_t regiment.
B, 0, Horse, with headquurters at
Lower  Nicola.  B.C,
DR. CHOWN GIVES
STIRRING ADDRESS
Students of Columbian College Listen
to General  Superintendent of
Methodist Church.
Have you seen   the   $150   diamond
ring Gifford  is giving away ?    12-70)
First Fall of Snow.
Several inches of snow fell in the
city and district yesterday, tliis being
the first storm of the season. In
Hurnaby the fall was much heavier,
especially in North llurnaby.
J. H. VIDAL  APPOINTED
GOVERNMENT  INSPECTOR
.7. Harry Vidal is government Inspector on the I'itt river dredging
work and since .Monday of this week
has been engaged in tliat capacity.
His duties are the r.��ual ones in
Buch work, acting as agent for the
government and Inspecting operations
to see that the contractor's agreement
is being lived up to.
Mr. Vldal is now up tlie river and
returns to his home here or, Saturday,
With every $2 purchase you get a
chance on the J1..0 diamond ring. T.
Gifford, the  jeweler. (__70)
TIDE  TABLE
���FRASER   RIVER.
For the Week Ending Sunday, Nov. 16.
Westminster.
Sand Heads.
Time.
High.             Low.
High. Low.
Time. Ht. Time. Ht.
17     9:55    4:2:.
8:56 13.2    1:00    0.9
18:30 13.10
17:29 11.6 14:12 10.8
18   10:45    5:00 j
9:46 13.2    1:42    1.0
19:10 15:15 |
18:12 11.2 14:16 10.7
19   11:85    5:45
10:34 18.1    2:28    1.4
20:10 17:30 !
19:09 10.5 16:28 10.2
20   12:20    6:25 '
11:19 13.0   3:19    2.2
21:45 18:50 *
20:45    9.7 17:39    9.2
21   18:00    7:05
12:00 13.0   4:18    3.2
24:00 20:10
23:00    9.2 IS:40    7.9
22  13:40    7:50 J
12:3S 12.9    5:21    4.4
21:15 '
19:32    6.3
23    1:50   8:40
0:51    9.5    6:26    5.6
14:15 22:45 i
13:14 13.0 20:16    4.7
UNIFORMS FOR  B. C. HORSE
AT COQUITLAM  INCOMPLETE
Will  Meet This Evening.
The regular meeting    of    the    Edmonds Ratepayers' association will be
held in Moreton hall at S o'clock this
evening.
Sapperton Street Car Extension.
A  joint  meeting of the aldermen,
councillors and engineers representing
New  Westminster.  Hurnaby and    Coquitlam will be held in the B. C. K. R.
offices, Vancouver    this    morning    to
take up with the company    the    pro-
I posed extension of the Sapperton car
line one mile north from the present
; terminus.    The    question    of   a high
i level   bridge  over the  Brunette  river
'will be one of tho important features
Int today's meeting, such  a  structure
j being required by the Ii. C. E. U. In
the  Hurnaby  franchise agreement before construction work can  begin.
Port Coquitlam, Nov. 20.���It is very
unlikely that the local troops of the
B. C, Horse will parade in uniform
this year. At the weekly drill held
last night Lieutenant E. S. Morgan
announced that it had been found impossible to secure sufficient caps lo
complete the  outfit for the troop.
It was hoped to have the troopers
uniformed complete before the smoker
which it is planned to hold In honor
of thu other lower mninland troops.
but it now seems that the men will
havo to receive (here brother troopers
from other parts in civilian dress.
Arrangements for the smoker are
now bring made. It will probably be
held In December. At the next weekly
drill a rifle expert from Vancouver
will address tbe troop on "The Ross
Rifle," lhis being the brand of firearm with which the B. C. Horse are
equipped.
The members of the Coquitlam municipal council will assist the social
service commission of Victoria, by forwarding to its secretary information
concerning cases of destitution within
the bounds of the municipality. At
Wednesday's meeting of the council a
j letter was received from the secre-
I tary of the commission asking the
j names and position of working mothers ln Coquitlam. The aims of the
{Commission are to preserve the Integrity of the home by providing some
! means by which working mothers are
;able to maintain their natural position in the bom". Chief Pare will us-
' slst in furnishing tlle commission the
i Information.
Insure with Alfred W. Mcl.eod, the
insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
Cancel Sunday Trains.
A (hange in the C. P. ft. schedule
is announced to take place on Sunday
affecting New Westminster and the
Fraser valley. Tho Agassiz local,
Kamloops local and Nicola branch
trains have been discontinued on Sundays. This change will eliminate the
trains leaving lien* ut 9:30 a.m. and
,6:25 p.m. on Sundays only.
WEDDING BELLS
Best-Fisher.
A very pretty house wedding was
���Solemnized on Wednesday evening
when Miss lola 1-illian, daughter of
Sirs. Mayne Fisher, 428 Sixth street,
became the bride of Robert H. Hest.
Tho bride, who was attended liy
Mrs. N. C. McLean of Victoria, was
prettily attired in a gown of white
crocade, tlie bodice being tastefully
draped witli ninon de sole, entered tlio
drawing room on the arm of her brother. Bruce Fisher, amid the strains
of the Lohengrin wedding march.
Donald P. Mackenzie of Vancouver,
supported tho groom.
Following a dainty luncheon at
���which were present a few near relatives and friends, the bride and groom
left by motor for Vancouver where
they boarded the victoria boat On
their return from Iheir honeymoon
trip in the Si,und citins, tbe happy
couple will take up their residence
on Sixth avenue, In tliis city.
OBITUARY.
BUDVICK Todaj :,t 2 o'clock the
funeral takes place ,*,t Evelyn Victoria
Budvlck, tin- slx-tnonths-old daughter
of   Mr.   and   Mr::.   O,    I    Budvlclf,   -i"
Keary     street.     8 ap perton,     Rev    0,
llorge   will   official,,   niul   burial   will
be made in  the I.(i.n P. cemetery.
HACKS' Tlio funeral took place
���yesterday from Bowell's undertaking
chapel of Albert Unpen, age 55 years
Burial was made In Kraser cometi ry.
Deceased died In this city on Wednesday,
Thistle Social Club.
A grand Scotch dance will be held
] under the auspices of the Thistle
Social chili in St. Gcorge'a hall on
��� Friday evening, November 21, a: %:'���'. ���
'o'clock. Tickets are $1.25 for gentlemen. Ladies by invitation. Tickets
may bo had at the door or from members of the committee. (2440)
WE HAVE THEM
Shelled   Walnuts,  per  lb SOt
.Shelled Almonds, por lb 50c
Fancy Bleached Sultanas, 2 lbs 25c
Choice Cleaned Currants, per lb, Ipc
And  everything  else you  require  for
your Xmas  baking.
Labor Mass  Meeting.
Labor men of lhe city and district
will  hold  a  mass  meeting  in   Eagles
| hall next Monday evening for the purpose of listening to speakers touching
upon  the  present  coal  miners'  strik
Ion Vancouver island. Alderman Dodd,
Rev, W S. A. Crux, J. W. Wilkinson,
Of Vancouver; Sam Atkinson, organ
Izer for the Social Democrat party of
.Canada, a resident, of Huffalo, N. V,.
and .1. Kavanaugh, vice-president of
ilu* H. ('. Federation of 1-abor, will be
'the speakers.    A special invitation has
'been forwarded to Attorney General
Howser  to attend    and    address    the
meeting, '
Don't forget tlie ,ce carnival which
i volM take place on Friday eveninp.
��� November ?B. Special prize, will be
given to the best costumes worn that
evening. 1212::,
���
Gas   Bylaw   Petition.
The regular weekly meeting of the
executive ol the Progressive association win be beld on Tuesday, Nov 26
ai i :80 p m jn tiie association's of
flee. The question of the reconsideration of tin- bylaw to purchase the pies
enl gas planl will be discussed.
Prepare fer Campaign.
The civic election campaign In tli"
interests of tii" labor men will open
in the lodge room of the Labor
temple on Friday evening, December
12, when a social and conceri to-1
gether with Bpeecbmaking by the
different candidates wlll compose thi
program,
The Btudents of Columbian college
listened on Wednesday evening to a J
most  helpful   and   Inspiring    address
[from  tlie    Rev.  Dr.  Chown,    general
I superintendent     of     tlie     Methodist
IChurch of Canada.
As one listened to the words of Dr.!
Chown the secret of his success and
:power  was    at    once    manifest.    Dr.!
Chown is a big man in every way and
he lost no time in idle platitudes, but;
with unerring    instinct    gripped    the'
hearts of his hearers with the appeal,;
^"What is tlie most desirable thing In I
(life?"    His answer was "Life  Itself."1
To be a member of the bread and but-
ter brigade Is not the main desire of
'the true seeker after life, began  the t
.speaker. Christ was a great revolutionist and today  We realize that we;
'are in  the throes of a dying civilization and the growing pains of a new:
one are upon us.    We must not face!
the  new  civilization   without  a  sense
Jof mission and  we  must  aim to  do,
I our best.
i A friend once asked Tennyson as
they stood by some flowers in a gar-
, den as to what Christ had done for
him?    The   poet   replied   that  "what
ithe sun is to this flower Jesus ia to
j my soul."
Fiom    this    incident     Dr.    Chown
: forced home the truth that "no work
worth doing has ever been done without consecrated men."   The converted
1 man feels himself to be In partnership with God. he Baid. In this somewhat, crazy civilization people make
the same mistakes as tlie ancients did
of old, but the lizard now warms itself
on the ruins of the Collsseum, and
many people like Belshazzer realize
the sad truth cf "being weighed |-i
the balance and found wanting."
There  needs  to  be  first  the  seeking
(of the Kingdom of Cod and His righteousness.
Social Organism.
"I believe," continued Dr. Chown,
"in the framework of socialism as possibly the best development for social-
organism, but I forsee a thousand
difficulties. Many a young man goes
to college determined to live far up
on the uplands of life, filled with
glistening ideals, but for his Christian-
. ity to be a success service must be
the crucial principle of his life.
"No money is earned properly unless It represents service and there
are many who make mistakes and
get caught in the financial whirlpool
and after being sucked into the vortes
come up farther down the Btream
with their Ideals gone.
"Socrates, accused of pervert inthe youths (f Greece to worship false
gods, was compelled to drink the hemlock. Many a maa in Canada today is
perverting youth by holding up false
gods. We must remember that 'ser- !
vice is tlie test of life' and if Jesus
cam ' now. His question would be
'Have  you  served   Me V
In  Business  Life.
"My conception," the worthy doctor
said,  "of  true   business   life  is   very
much  as  the  preacher  locks  at  Iif,
���The true minister does not seek
money: such a thought is utterly below him. Tin- doctor does not seek
Bhekels only, and the merchant and
the farmer ought to have similar
idi als and unless they have they are
only fractions of Christians.
'���'i'li,* farmer, instead of considering
the financial benefits to be obtained
liy hauling liis grain tc tli" elevator
whin sowing, liis. wheat, think of
those who depend upon  it in  forelan
i lands, and  this  Bhould  Influence hla
I motive ai.d  thought."
Th" sp, a' er in his t en ratio i re-
tern d to tin- change In  his attltudi
'toward life since ih,* dav when 1"
realized tli" sublimity of ti," word
"Cud is I.i.'\e."
i "Remember, young people," he said.
"after Jesus iiad delivered His soul
on til" question of economic I,lit)
clplea H" lifted His band to Heaven
and said, 'Except a man be born fn in
above In- cannot enter into III" Kingdom of Heaven." To li" a success In
life we need to realized 111" love ol
Cud --lied abroad In our hearts. Then,
and then only, tan we have tli" powi ���
to do what (lod would have us do."
pair oii tlle charge of procuring, the
three cases being slated for disposal
next Monday.
Kidd and Phillips, Lee and the two
women are all in the toils as the result of police operations to suppress
tlio white slave trade in the Chinese
quarter of New Westminster.
Different Types.
It is said by the police that both
Kidd and Phillips have made a regular practice of trafficking in women
in this city and Vancouver. Kidd
looks the typical degenerate cf the
underworld, but Phillips is a bir.' of
a different stripe. He is well dressed,
well spoken, well manni red and, according to those who know him, a
commercial traveller of no mean
ability. He and tlie Hirks girl, it Is
said, for some time have been living
at one of the best hotels ln Vancouver as man and wife, making occasional trips to this city. Detective
Burrows got un their trail and afier
some time lie was able to arrest the
girl, but at that time he missed her
male companion. Without tlie alleged
white slaver hia capture was Incomplete, so he turned (he girl loose,
shadowed her and finally caught Phillips in her company. The evening
tliey were arrested, it is said. Phillips had brought her from Vancou -r
and left her in a Chinese laundry m
the lower west end.
When the cases of the two were
first called in court a couple of days
ago, the Birks girl pleaded guilty tc
the accusation of being engaged in
Immoral practices and sentence was
been suspended on hei- till the oth_.
cases are heard.
-.Cit'.S (rom the arrests mentioned
above a conviction was registered a
few days ago against Wong Sing, proprietor of the West End rooming
house, under the civic bylaw which
holds lodging house proprietors responsible for th" morality of their
premises. Tlie girl Involved In this
case was a half breed Indian from
Chllllwack.
For two younger girls if about 17
��� yi ars of age named Nelson and
Velours, bench warrants have been
issued to briiri ibem aa witnesses in
another case which will have to go
bv the boards if thoy cannot be located.
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MARKET PROBS.
At this morning's city mar
lcet it is probable that:
Eggs will bo in good demand, but in price will not go
higher than 60 to 65 cents per
dozen.
Ilutter will sell at about 40
cents per lb. on a steady demand.
Meats and tlsli will be offered
In quantity with little cluing,.'
in quotations.
No fruits will be on sale.
Vegetables will sell as follows: Carrots, per bag 75c;
parsnips, per hag $1.00: potatoes, per bag sue to 90c: beets,
tier bag $1; turnips, per bag
60c to 70c;* unions, per bag
about $2; these last are very
scarce.
Do You Want a Good Meal?
The Mecca Cafe ls now open and
you will bo well treated If you glvi
the Mecca a trial. Cood home cooking, quick service, cleanliness, civility
and reasonable prices,
"vVHITeTaBOR ONLY.
Open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on
week days. Sundays from 8:30 am.
to 6:30 p.m.    Note the address;
MECCA CAFE
COLLISTER BLOCK.
Entrances Clarkson and McKenzie Sts.
VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. W, C. A.       Phone 1324
MATERNITY. SURGICAL AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
"Get The Habit"
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sue-
due
A-
Mark Twain's Retort.
At a hotel in Jericho wus an American who had accompanied Mark Twain
on his camping trip through the Holy
Lund.
"No, sir," said he ln the course of the
evening's conversation, "I cannot recall a single Instance when the humorist was caught napping. Once we
thought wo had him sure. Mr. Twain
came late to the dinner tabic, wben
we bad sat down, and before he appeared we had invented a clever trap.
"Ile was still several courses behind
when the rest of us were ready for
salad, but every one stopped eating until Mr. Twain caught up. He had started Intently on a crisp leaf of lettuce
liefore he noticed that no one else was
eating. He paused questionlngly. That
was our opportunity.
"3Jow, Mr. Twain,' some one asked,
'wilt are you like Nebuchadnezzar?'
expecting tbat the answer would Imply
thajt it was because he was eating
gross like an ox. Instead, and without
nn Instant's hesitation, came tbe retort:
"'Because I nm feeding with tbe
brutes.' "���Pour-son's Weekly.
Ice Glazed Salmon.
Ice Jackets bu\e been found to be
Hie best protection for frozen siilinou
on tlieir long Journey- from the Pacific const to all parts of the world
Thousands of tons of salmon are now
frozen lu thc great factories of tlie
coast for export, because the combination of the l*'e Jackets and the frozen
ment bas been found lo keep the Ball
from becoming tainted. After the salmon are bled tliey arc kept nt a temperature of zero, or near there, for
forty-eight hours nnd are frozen hard,
if they were shipped this way. however, the air would get to the fish to
some extent and tainting would result, mi they are dipped in tanks of
waier ami g von another freezing. This
puts a thin iiii'ket of ice all over each
flab, ur glazes blm, us lt is culled. After l��,i , oats of glazing the salmon nre
wrapped in paper, packed In paper
lined boxes and started to tbe export
markets.���Suturday Kvening 1'ost.
LOCAL FOLK SCORE
I      A GREAT SUCCESS
(Continued Irom rage One I
Cafe Cluntaiit. which by the way lives
up to hs name.
As U expected of a passing show,
"The vjiu'i'ii of Bonbon Land" is made
for its music, and ils songs were real
song, sung by people who can sing.
Tl".* ensemble numbers were perfect,
sr was the work of the various
Choruses, and while some solos were
tetter than others, all were good.
There were no av-Jkuard pauses and
Ti-ry   little   prompting  throughout.
Since the success of any play depends on Its cast and sine" "Tin
(Jueen of Bonbon Land" was a
cess,   there   is   credit   unlimited
, hat oompany of people, the cast
Queen Zerllda,  Mrs. J,  I). Taylor was
: very good, and lhe saine was true of
Miss Peele as llona. There was absolute reality in Miss Corbould's Pan-
chette, and Mrs. Matthlson as (iur
Aunt Mary was tli" typical steel-
spectacled   brusque   charity   worker
Then there was Cohan's Yankee
Doodle chorus, led by (ieorge M. himself, wlio sang his songs as lie rooted
for the Athletics- witli ail his heart
This part was in th" hands if Kay K
Fryer. Percy Broadway (Harry Turney) was of the, "Ali ! there you arel"
sort. Inn still a very accomplished
Percy.
Miss Turney as tlie great Julia Marlowe sang sprightly s,ings and danced
dainty dances. Mi.-s Catherine Muir's
Lillian Hussell explained why go many
women read the beauty bin's tliat appear in the papers our Lillian's signature, if i.ew DockBtader and Ps-
W'olfe Hopper are as good In real life
as M. J. Knight and ('. 11. Peele made
them,  it's no  wonder    they    get     the
salaries they do.
The Misses Laura and Yvonne
Laveiy in their dances did some steps
that have been llle despair (f many a
ballet dancer; also they could do tbe
modern dances without burlcsqui'iig.
a rare art, bv the way. Anyone who
has seen Robert Mantell in street
clothes would appreciate P. II. Chestnut. Mrs. Joins as Maggie Flynn,
Mrs. Kvans as Angelina Schmaltz,
both from Chllllwack, Ad >I::-'H llawe
as Alicia, and Miss Cray as Odessa,
performed      comiiiinilnbly. Happy
Hooligan (Douglas Wright) and Rube
Slicker (Frank Bilodeau) did. snld
and sang some funny tilings. Cupid
little Beverly Jones, said not a word
but got her part across and delighted
her audience.
Fairy, as played bv Miss Beryl
Smith, lived up to all that is expected
of  such   mysterious   persons.     Misses
Fletcher, Qilley, Patterson and Phelan
as tile Witches explained McBetb's at
tiiude to such creatures, and Prank
Major, who as pianist, played his part
in the pit, wns greatly responsible
for the musical success of th" play
The house waa filled. Tonight tin*
play will be given again
What with  tlie harbor Improvements, the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the fisheries and
Aitchison's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Westminster Is coming to
her own.
J.N. AITCHISON
Tailor to Ladles and Gentlemen.
Westminster Trust Block.
EARLY SHOPPING
SALE
Extra Special Today
Xmas Post Cards at
lc Each
Xmas Cards at V2"P"ce
Don't forget everything in
the store is reduced from 10
to 50 per cent.
The Fair
Mrs,
and Miss
Cave-Browne-Cave
L.K.A.M.,  A.lt.t'.M.
MEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATED
.SOCIETY  OF MUSICIANS.
Lessons lir Pianoforte, Violin. Siug
mg. Voice Production, Theory uu
class or privately). Harmony, Counterpoint, Musical  Form and  History.
Pupils prepared for tho examina
tlons of tbe Associated Hoard of the
Iloyal Academy of Music and It,,yal
College of Music. Also Professional !
Diplomas,  Teacher or   Performer. i
For terms, etc., apply 61 Dufferin
Street    I'hone 411 It.
GROCERY SAIL
A Few of Our Prices Today:
ii lbs,  fine Tea   90c.
No. 1 Coffee, per lb 35c.
Mooney'a BIbcuIU, all kinds,
ordinary   price   25c,   for
today    20c.
Come   and   see   uk.     U'e   wiii
save you  money.
Robson Grocery
Corner 6th St. ond 5th Ave.
Phone 404.
Royal Intelligence Bureau
415 Westminster Trust Building.
J.  M. GAWA,  MUr.
Exclusive agent for n. Obaabl /.���
Co.. New York, manufacturers of
Typewriter Backing Sheets, Carbon
Papers, Ribbons, etc. Mali addreaa,
Drawer  llo New  Westminster,
641 FRONT ST.
PIT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT.
FRIDAY TIT-BITS
FOR GENUINE FOOTWEAR BARGAINS, CHEAPER THAN OTHER
FIRMS SALE PRICES, THE SPOT, THE POPULAR SHOE STORE,
641 FRONT STREET. Out of the high rent district Come lu and
get our prices before you Bpend your money at uptown stores.
EXAMPLES
Men's   Bo**  Kip  Hoots,   regular  t'inii   for    J1 50
Ladies'   Ureas   Boots,  value  }:'..   to  $,*>,  every   size       1.95
Boj��'  School  Hoots, sizes to 5s    1.45
(iirls'  Scliool   [tools,  sizes   to   lul��_    95
Slater Boots, Leckie Boots. Hartt Shoes, the famous K Boots, etc., etc.
THE HOME OF LOW PRICES
WHITE SLAVERS ARE
BUSY IN IHIS CITY
Cases in Police Court Hnve r.ar Marks
of Or_anizcd  Traffic in   Women-
Several Arrests.
Wo havo lusl opened up a lug
of choice  SWLET  GHERKINS
These sell ut   16c u  dozen or -
dozen  for 25c.     Wfl  would  Ilk"
you to Include a dor.ftu or two In
your next order.    Tli"> are fine.
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New  Dales,  in   bulk,  per  111  ... 10c
Now  Table  Klgs,  per  Ib ,���  ISC
Malaga Crapes, per lb _ ���2'*C
Obol.CS  Crape  i'rtilt.  3   for 25c
choice Tabio Raisins   per pkt. .2Sc
JAI' OHANOBS NOW IN STOCK:
WE   SERVE   YOU   WELL.
Dean's Grocery
Expensive Riding,
est  Mrs. Racine, of Vancouver,
148 for s| ling mi    Kingsway
also passing a stationary streel
in llurnaby this week, A Vancouver linn. Coughlan fi Sons, were
assessed $26 and costs, It being al-
leged thai tbe driver nf the euto did
nol ki
met, i
it
Just
und
oar
if the ordinary   citizen   were   toll
without  any   pr< of  being   oil, led   In:
lhat there has been conducted in New
Westminster, i.i being conducted hen
i .,,,.���, .,,. i  *i ,-.���!. and le being run down by tha pollci
as fast as Hie officers can secure tb
evidence, a bi rles of while slavi
operations of the type to be found li
the Chinatowns Ol New York or Sa:
Francisco, lie would deny thai sucii :���
thing conld li,* possible In a place i'
this size wltll iis generally acceptei
p nt," eve lixi'd on ihe speedo-  high stand,ml ol morality,
Nevertheless, Buch  is the truth.
  A v.<"i. or   " ago   a man   named
Wilson was Benl up for tt penitential--,
. term on a white slave charge, Uu
CrsOfKU evidence for which was collected i"
: I," Hindu quarler at Queensboro.
Dr Itothweii lefl (or Id-ulna last I Three days ago Oeorge Kidd, said
i v, uiiif, where liis falter is lying h. the police ol Vancouver to be
seriously ill. :   own lo Coin as a dope Bend   and
When at Qanges Harbor, Salt Spring trafficker In women, was arrested In
Island, tli" Ijiburals nominated Alex* compun) with Qrace Hotid and thi
ander Hamilton of Pender island, j two are being hold al the local police
they nominated a man who for yearB station awaiting trial next Monday.
wns u resident In New Westminster, j Two days ago, after mime Of the
Willie In tliis city lie operated a rock cleVOTl I detective work pulled off
milling business and made tombstones. | *,, r, tur some   time,   Detective   Bur-
L-i-i- t  Lightning Strokes.
'l'n be struck by llgbt mug i* still a
most lucky thing for tbe Creek pca*-
mil-If lie la not killed.   "Kicli n mini,"
! suys .1, c   Laws,,a. "may Indulge u
taste for Idleness  for the rest of  hl��
life-Ids neighbors will support hlm-
aiid eujoj  .,i  the same time the repu
i t.'itloii ,,f I,,lng something mme than
��� human "    This Is nn Inheritance fwun
< nn,fell! days    Arteiiiiilortis, an nutbor
: Ity  mi  occult   limners  who  flourished
ui tin; linn-, of Marcus Aurellus. com
liielllcil  Oll   1'ie  facl   tblll   while  ll   place
si ruck by llglilnlng Innl an nltnr creel
ed   up,,ii   il   . ml   was  tlieiiiefoilli  both
I red ai 'I il Voided, "no one wild has
ii  sine i,  by lightning h excluded
from citizenship; Indeed, su, h a une
is honored i*,en as a god,' The elec*
lion (if l.iiluiiis Julius iibiirnus In tlie
consulship In IHI It. C. i.s nil nl,wh*,I to
Ills Inning I,ecu favored lllUS by tin-
gods.- Loudon Spectator.
Danish  Scientific  E-peditlon.
Copenhagen,    Nov,    20. - A  Danish
science expedition,  headed    by    Dr,
Martciison, will star! from here tomorrow on a deep sea exploration and
biological and zoological Investigation
���The expedition Will first visit lhe
Philippines and from ther" wll proceed to Japan, Australia, New Zealand. Hawaii. Vancouver and the Cull
of I'anamn. and will return by way of
the United states    It will occupy two
aud   a   half  years.
B.
C. Market Co.,
Ltd.
677 Columbia Street
Offers
the following specials for Friday and Saturday,
Mov. 21 and 22
Legs 0
Mild   (
Choice
Rolled
Pot  lt(
Boiling
Wi
f Mutton, at. per Ih	
         16c.
22c
Itib iloast of Beef, at per  lb	
Roast of Beef, at per lb	
ast of Beef, at  per Ib	
[kef. at   oor  lb	
 20c.
    18c.
 15c.
\*>l  -r
dress our own chickens and  make our own sausage.
Everything In our market  is  handled  In  the most sanitary man
ner possible.    1'hono your orders  or call  and   select your own  meat,
Always glad to see you.
B. C. Market Co.,
Ltd.
Phone 1315.
Social and  P
Burr Blcck
Phone 388.
Columbia Street   j
Mr. Hamilton had  no opposition
H. W. Ciciiiii". or the Clillliwaili
branch c-t the Hank of Montreal, Is
spending a few days iu the city, tin
guest of hls parents,
J rows took Into custody a man who
gives hla name as Andrew [_, Phillips
and iiie girl who lias been living with
blm as his wife, Helena Birks.   Lee,
jU Chinaman, also is beld with this last
1st, 2d and 4th.
"Iin tlie letters 'st.' 'd' nml ilt" bare
to be followed by a period when use,I
thus   1st, 2d, 4lli.   Whal  Is this com
l.i mt t iou   nn abbreviation, contraction
or merely n sign 7"
In Hie forms 1st,'-Vl, 4th, etc., we burn
ordinal num,Tills in which uu A ruble
llguru Is substituted for the Rfielled oul
iiiiuii' of the "in,iiii,I number from
which the ordinal is duiivud The lei
ten added t" the Am hie numeral fnrm
Ibe  specltlc   Inflection   which   changes
jthe cardinal ti> tin ordinal iiuiiii'rnl
The,forms In question, then, are tiel
thor Hbbrevliitluus nor cub tract Ious,
j nor yet mere signs They are like il
I humorist's hi for before, only tbey nre
I not Whimsical, as they would lie If no
, one hud seen them before untl some
i one should suddenly use lbem.-l.llei-
j ary Digest.
TO OUR
CUSTOMERS
From now until Dec. 31st
we will sell any English
Brass Red at cost price.
You can get a $30.00 Bed
for $18.50, guaranteed for
25 years.
We also offer the following Household Furniture
at a reduction of 20% for
Cash.
China Cabinets
Extension Tables
Dining Room Chairs
Office Table and Chairs
Parlor Furniture
Bedroom Furniture
Easy Chairs, Couches
and Davenports
DENNY   &   ROSS
The BiR Furniture Store Sixth and Carnarvon Sts. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
j. . #Aoe pi-tm
EVERYTHING IN SPORT
HOCKEY - RUGBY - SOCCER - BASKETBALL - BOWLING - BOXING
ALLEGED INSTRUCTORS
WILL PLAY HOCKEY
WHITE HOPE GONE
the possibility of Frank I). Russell op-
in sing   ' cuncillor    Mayne   being   the
I feature at the present moment.
Wards four and live are doubtful,
IHagan of Seattle Receives His Quie'.ue Councillor Kau-Vel being practically
, assured of re-election should lie decide
B. C. A. A. U.
Blundered���But   Used   the
Whitewash.
Found That Somebody ; lng compensation for services per
, formed In any capacity In connection
| wltll athletic games or In an athletic
I Club, will be ineligible to represent
[such club In games under the rules of
  tli" Amateur Athletic union, until  he
jshull    huve    permanently    abandoned
"Happy" Williamson and  1. M. Cor-  such  employment"    After the acting
rigiui   will   play   In   the   Westminster ��*''r"lary  had   lead  such  a  rule, sec-
.     ,       , .. , turn   or  clause,  evervone   agreed   tiiat
amateur hockey league tbls winter ac;_katlng ���,��� n0( (.()m,. -���,,���._ �� ,._:imi,..
cording  to a decision  reached  at  tne| meaning.
regular meeting of the Il.C.A A I', held;    One iiits vet to hear of any parties
In  the Moose club  last  evening When jon  lh" point of Kolna to the rink ask
It   was  discovered   that   the   letter  to  another  "Are   you  going  to   plav   thia
Secretary  Maiden notifying the latter  evening?"   meaning   thereby   skating.
that tii" two players In quesion would   Bui  wain's the use.    Somebody blund-
not   be  acceptable   In   amateur  com-  ared.
pany,   ivas  merely   from  the  reglstra-      Tiie registration  commltte disclaim
Hon oommlttee who Imd no authority Nny connection with tlie cause of the
to lake such drastic action unit ss with   trouble.     President   Lynch   even   stat-
th" full consent of the board. led   tliat   there   was  no   trouble.    The
No mention whatever was mnde in News slated there was trouble when
the communication to Mr. Maiden of tbey dropped the two men. Where Ib
registration committee and to every-1one to get off at?   Latest reports from
body outside the registration comlt- the domiciles or Williamson ami Cor- I
toe It was tak,ai that such action was rican intimated that both were sleep-;
the VOloe nf th" amateur union. Hitr. the sleep or peace and happiness,
lt was explained at the meeting that |    Little business was transacted other
th.- Arena company officials had given than  hockey.    One delegate claimed i
tho designation of  Williamson  as as-  that local amateur sport was being In-
Blstant  mechanic  and   to  Corrlgan  as  Jured    by   the   wholesale   importation
Special  constable. of   Vancouver   players      Kraser   Mills!
Juat to keep everybody in a friendly was pointed out as the guilty party
mood,   the   real   of    the   board   com-   bul   it   was   farther   pointed   out   tliat
mended the registration committee for the  players signed  by the circle  Fi
thilr zeal and wide awakeness in thus club   were  connected  'with   subsidiary
keeping track of such stunts as were   companies   of   tlle  Canadian   Western
alleged   to   have   been   pulled   off   by   Lumber company.    After raking their
Williamson and Corrlgan. lhat of ordl-   brains and being lipped off Iliat  Mac-|
nary skating Instructors, accepting th" kensie 4  Mann, the gigantic railroad ,
long   green   whenever   Manager   Sav ; builders were Interested In tin- Fraser I
ago of the anna felt in the mood.      | Mills,   thought   turned   to   Doc   Soott I
Like a   Hair  Seal. Chasing after star players  of the Ca-1
However   and   here   is   where  the nadlan Northern, Toronto Street Rail-j
fans can hold their breath, like the way company, numerous other traction j
lisir seals    a close and minute Inves-  concerns and still  more numerous  fl
in tiie Seventh Round���Levinsky
a  Winner.
ito forsake the reeveship plum,    while
Councillor Macdonald, in  ward   five.
appears   lo   be     strongly     entrenched
after several sessions on th" council.
The  next  two   weeks  will   probably
New  Vork, NOV. 20.--Ed  Hagan, an'tell the tale as to Who's Who in Bur j
aspirant   for   the   heavyweight   chain-jnaby politics.
plonsblp, was    knocked    out    in    thel -__���_���_-._----_-____-__-
leventb  round   of  a  ten  round   bout* Anam Fools Police,
with Rattling Levinsky, the I'hiladil j London, Nov. 20.���Mlsa Sylvia Pank-1
..hm liiihl heavyweight, here tonight, burst again eluded arrest after having
Qunboat Smith was to havo been delivered an inflammatory "No Rent''
Hagan's opponent, but a damaged eye speech at Canning Town tonight,
received In hls recent light with Sam About 60 policemen were waiting out-
Langford, caused Smith to withdraw Bid" the hall, but Miss Pankhurst
md   Levinsky   was  substituted. jcame through the main entrance BUT-
Levinsky weighed ITI pounds, while  rounded by a strong bodyguard.    She
'lagan  was Iti1, pounds heavier. reached her motor car and escaped in
* , safely.
Got Off Cheap.
I    Chicago, Nov. 20.���E. If. Sherman,
of  Lyrnon,  Mont., and   H.  A.   Mason,
formerly   affiliated   with   tin-   Yellow-
Btono   National   I,and   company,   were
arraigned in the federal    court    bere
today on  charges of  using  the mails
to defraud and wen- fined $1 each. According to charges by the government,
the defendants fraudulently represent-,
ed   tiie   character  and   value  of  land !
they were selling.
Equals.
"Ob. be li a bustler! Reen traveling
on tbat territory sii months aud is en
gaged to a girl In every town."
"What kind of girls are tbey? Nice
girls'/"
"Sure.    And popular too.    Each one
I Is  engaged   to at   least   balf  a  dozec
drummers."
Ths Repeating Brand.
"Lightning uerer strikes twice lo tbe j
same place."
"Oh. yes, it does"
"Sbow me the place."
"Look   at   some   of   onr   grand   old ;
I statesmen    Thej have been hll by po   ;
t ilticai lifhtnlng time ami again "
Compliments.
"Tbe  lilac  bus'ies  in   my  suburban
Home are as large as forest trees."
"I wish I could iliac that"
" .our Ile generally lacks beauty, per-
1 fume   aud   blguesa     Mine   bave   all
tbese."
Inter-leanue Garnet.
New  York, Nov.  20,     \  spring    ex-1 Wil1  F'-?h* Company.
libition scries between tha New York Ottawa, Nev. 20���The railway beard
torn rican league team and the Brook- ''as fixed upon December 1 as the date
���Ivn National    league    tram    was   ar- upon which it will hear the case aris-
I ranged   tcday.    The series Is  to con- ,n8 out ��-   tl)0 action  of the. Ottawa
Slsl  of live games on April 2, .. 4, 8 Blectrlo   Street  railway     in   doubling
| .ud  ll. all  to be played at Bbbet'a its fares on suburban lines.   Residents
j field  In  Brooklyn as the    New    York ot the area affected are holding mass
j National exhibition arrangements call meetings to raise funds to cover the
|for   the   use of the   Polo Grounds   by c"KLrt  '������   making   a   fight   against   tht
Acumen.
"That's a smart child."
"Why?"
"It hns evidently picked oot parents
that tt can boss."
Sama Result.
"Do yoo believe in suffrage, Jaker
"No, but my wife does."
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. JONES, Managing Dtractor.
J. A. RENNIE, Sccrcury-Tfi
tlie Giants during early April.
proposals of the company.
BASEBALL IN PRISON
leva   Convicts   Get     Real    Taste
American Games���.No Names
Mentioned in Reoorts.
Was in no Dancer.
l.os Angeles, Nov. 20���J. H. Francis.
the former Chicago alderman, reported missing after the battle of Juarez
last Saturday, nrrived here today. He
told reporters he had been motoring
of around In Mexico, but had been In no
jd.inger. He Bald he was visiting
! friends in this city for a few dayB.
Itt Specialty.
When ecingreSK Is In session.
Say. Isn't It  lust grand
To tea It dom* nothing
Wltb such a master nan-i'
Or I*, un atate it thl* w.y.
Pray, isn't n tii-��t ��� w.ll
To -ac. ll doint: nothing.
And Hums ll ao ����ll.
ligation   of  the  constitution    of
II.  C,   A    A    I'    the     following
the
rule
nanclal  houses     He might even  lake
trip   to   merry   Kngland   and   inter-
rlaiuM',   section   or  whatever  it   might   view  various Canadians holding down
be termed was discovered perched In
the eligibility column, lt might be
���ralliyl section 9:   "Any person receiv
cinch lobs In Deah Old Umdon. The
delegates s.ild good night like a small-'
pox scare.
Men of  All  Classes  and
Attend Weekly  Games���Wee Bits
About Players.
..numcsii, la., Nov. go,���Following
the close of the baseball Beason, during wblcb eight baseball teams of convicts competed for the "prison pen- i
mint' bi fore 700 excited pri. oners. ;
four football teams have been organized with two college men among the
prisoners as coaches, and eaoh Saturday afiernoon the prison yard echoes
to the signals of the quarterbacks to
'he men in prison    garb,    while    the
ENGLISHMAN'S HEART KK�� a   a h   k   d r
Ath), tics and entertainments are en-
______________ [couraged by the   warden   and   state
board cf oontrol, to arouse the inti rest and spirit of the men in the
���i..i ��� reformatory.
Not   only   is   there  baseball   in   the
summer, but    following    the    football
SOCCER IS FIXED IN
Professions' ground of their club for a period long
enough to make them remember m it
tints. True there are policemen about
bnt   tii"   i lub  directors  ask   the  pee
pie to behave In a sporting spirit, andlseaaon will come basketball for which
this  appeal is enough  for  the major |ten teams have alreadv been formed.
Ity. who quickly subdue these Inclined       Moving   pictures   are   shown   In   -be
OwdS at tending Ihe foot-jto riot lonnln. In arm... (he prisoners, drive
Tlle ling
ball matches in Rtngland and Scotland
have often  li""ii  the subject of news-
paper controversy, but all the talk in
evening to amuse
Notes on the Players.
Bwart, the Bradford i'ity goal,    Is
playlug n  fine game this Beason. one
noteworthy performance beins�� whin
Hie world can never change th,- order hl. gapped the wonderful Blackburn
of things on Saturday afternoons, tine Rovers' forwards from scoring on their
wonder! what kind of~a" mun or men own ground, lie never put a foot
comprise these small armies of wrong In the course of the game and
humanity A more Varied crowd would never seemed at a loss what to do
be harU to find, for the love of football  Witb lhe ball.
is deep iu the hoarts or the old and l-athcron. the IllacKburn Hover for-j bui the TOO prisoners, officials and
young, laborer, mechanic; artisan, * aid. sllll makes those beautiful open- guards pay homage to the man who
clerk, manager or business proprietor,   ings for the other forwards, and has Imakes a touchdown after a long run
trouble from their minds and convince
hem that the elate, while confining
then, has hopes of their future usefulness, and a desire to treat them as
human   beings.
Hut just now it Is football. No
gaudy sweater with the Initial "A" is
to be worn by the players. Their pictures do not appear in the dailv
papers, nnd they wear the prison garb
KEYST0NE1
COMEDIES"
and      Other    Well     Known
Makes of  Films, such  as
THANHOUSER
RELIANCE
AMERICAN
BRONCHO
KAY-BEE
AND  DOMINO
Shown at the:���
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l.".v.n. NEW WES1
STREET,
ESTMINSTER
Oirls'   classes.   Tuesday   7:SO   p.m.:
Adult  classes.  Thursday.  10:30  a.m.;
; Sewing   classes.   Thursday,   7:30   p.m.
Boarding and room raies reasonable.
| Meals served to ladies and gentlemen.
I Special dinner Fridays, 11:30 to 1:30.
Kor particulars call  phone 1324.
COME TO THE ROYAL MERCANTILE C0.'8.
Furniture Exchange
in 61 Sixth street for real bargains in all kinds of furniture and furnishings.   Picture Framing, Upholstering, Knrnilure Repairing, etc.
Try us for Window Shades-
Royal Mercantile Co.
FURNITURE EXCHANGE.
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Rip���       TANKS
       BURN OIL     	
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P. O. BOX 447
TELEPHONE   S24
ALL SEATS
CHILDREN
10c
. .Se
SENSATIONAL VALUES
For Friday and Saturday's Selling at the
BIG OVERSTOCKED CLOTHING SALE
!
Might Be Doing Other Things. scor��'d a few himself.
This mass cf people In the opinion When Crompton will give the gnme
of many military men. might be giv- up Is a riddle that many will fail to
lng their time to military training, or solve. Ile Is playing bis well (mown
as many others Say, they shmild be skillful and masterly back game this
playing the game, not looking. Hut season with tlle same energy as of
tliere Is the rub, Journey in any direc- yore.
tlon in or around a big city In the' Pennington, Crompton's partner at
nid oountry. and every open apace or back in so many international
playing lb hi Is covered with boys and matches, looks good for selection
men   playing   the   game.    Many   nnd again this year.
manv of the crowd have never kicked j Another evergreen Rt the game Is
�� ball, but thev understand the game; atlll showing the youngsters a few
many have and are serving their tricks, and opposing backs his hoe!?,
countrv. many never will, because un- That's Meredith. What would gallant
able to account or some physical de-1 little Wales do without him In the Infect: manv havo played the game un-jlernntlonals ?
til they have either had to retire on Aston Villa, last season's cup hold-
account of Injury, or. having gone Injers, have not yet gotten Into tbelr
for wedlock, do not consider lt proper I stride, but wait until the cup tie?
to risk  Injury  with others dependent Icome round.   Then you will see
the
on  them
Orderliness of ths Crowd.
Say what the crlilcs will, as long a?
the (name Is played In the spirit It Is
played in "l present, these crowds
will assemble whenever two teams
meet. Thp question is often asked as
to why they do   not   cause   trouble.
dlderence.
Chelsea, with nil lhelr talent, and
thrlr wealth, are hanging about the
bottom of the league again this season. A few youngsters and heftier
men would do them a lot of good.
Woolwich Arsenal at their new
heme al Highbury are quietly gather
Well, they do sometimes, but vcryjluif polntR and with bigger crowds
rarely. As a rule tbey are more order- bringing better money they should
ly thin a Sunday school outing, know!find their wny back to the I'IMt league
ine that If they become unruly the I again. But aeveral other clubs have
Football  association  wlll    close    the a thing to say about lt first.
**
The ladles' hockey team got down
to work last evening at the arena, 17
of the fair sex turning out for an
Initial practice. Although falls were
numerous whloh kept "Pat" Lake continually on the move, acting as official Instructor, coach and plck'erup,
tho skaters showed a promise of making the Vancouver and Victoria teams
hustle for the trophy.
Art Throop wlll probably land In
the Hoyal City next Wednesday while
Hugh lrfhman Is expected In Sunday
evening in time for the first practice
next Monday afternoon.
Telephone call at *.:���-- hut evening: "Hello. Is this The News? Bay,
this is So and So, one of the guys
suspended from hockey for playing
baseball. What did the B. C. A. A. U.
do In my case this evening? Turned
down, Eh?   GOOD NIGHT."
A two-man bowling tournament wlll
be held at the Club alleys next Monday evening. Meam nnd Pike wlll set
Oe their dispute on the alleys this
evening.
Yesterday with the arrival of the
snow, the Golfers' Stove league came
Into existence when tho season opened for rounds of 78. It's the one
period of the year when we can all
hole out from any distance.
Skene lionnn refuses to come west
on account of not bolng advised when
tho trade was made and also that no
monetary assistance was mentioned.
He wlll probably play with Montreal
Wanderers.
behind the prison  walls. Jus:  as they
do on Soldiers' field at Harvard.
In reporting the games the numbers
given men when tbey entered, and not
tbelr names, are used. A pristn reporter's story of a game tells hov
'.t.OG carried ihe ball around the right
end, outstripping 6fi27 and "102 and
making a touchdown before G798 could
tackle h'.in."
MACPHERSON MAY
CONTEST REEVESHIP
(Continued trom page one)
ure already lining up to contest the
different   seats.
In Kast Bumaby Charles Allen Is
understood to be in a recoptlve mood
to make the race for councillor for
ward three, Councillor Coldlcutt's
seat.
ln the Kdmondii district, ward two,
D. C. Patterson, school trustee, whe
retires from the board at the end of
the year, Is mentioned as a possible
candidate, together with Walter S.
Rose, whose name has cropped up during the past two elections, although
he has yet to make a run for office.
Three Cornered Contest.
Ward one Is likely to again see a
three cornered fight with Councillor
Stride defending his bulwarks and
opposed by William Bevan aud Otto
Dockert.
Ward six, Central Park, and one cf
tho most populous districts in the
municipality will assuredly see a race.
George Kennedy of tho Canadiens
Is up against a tough proposition. He
wanta a player named Imbleau, but
the latter states that George must
pay his debts In Sarnia before he
even considers going to Montreal. The
sum mentioned ls t'ibO.
The ladles will have their chance
at the bowling game every Kriday afternoon on the Club alleys. What with
hockey, baseball ud bowling New
Westminster Is gottlng to be a great
supporter of Smmeltne.
Thursdayand Friday
Nov. 20 and 21
BENEFIT FOR ROYAL
COMBWV HOSPITAL
J. W. Evana' Best Muaical
Show
The Queen
of Bonbon
Land
Extra large east ot New Westminster talent. Every llne and
song a hit.
Prices:  11.00;  76c In hack ef
balcony; Me In gallery.
Reserved seat plan at Ryatl's
drug store Tuesday, 11 a-m.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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Legs Mutton      .....to.
Ii bbits, each       26c
Picnics ...Me.
Hams and  Bacon ...23c
Butter,  3  Ibs       . | 11.00
Call and arrange for regular account.
FRASER VALLEY MARKET
Columbia Street Market, Phons MO.
Tenth Street Market, Phone 11M.
-: OF :-
Men's Fashionable Apparel
-FIFTY-FIVE ONLY-
Overcoats, Waterproofed,  at $10.00 Off
Twenty-five Triwoola Overcoats (English Manufacture])
Regular Price -   $25    $30    $35 and $40.00
Overstocked Sale Price-   $15   $20    $25 and $30.00
Thirty Tyrolean Overcoats, Regular and
Raglan Shoulders
Regular Price -   $35.00    $38.00 and $40.00
Overstocked Sale Price-   $25.00    $28.00 and $30.00
$7.50  Off  Every Suit and
Overcoat in the Store
GET YOUR WARM OVERCOAT NOW
You can then face the bitter blast with comfort and
smile with pleasure at the thought of the $10.0$ $
Everything in Men's Furnishing!
reserve. Everything iwss.% he solq.
dows for Genuine Bargains.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
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FOR JALE
FOB SAI.K - - BEAUTIFUL NEW
Bungalow, Ave rooms and large
attic, oement basement with laundry tubs, panelled dining room,
brain ceilings, buill In bulTi t, book
cupboards, Breplaoe, electrical tix-
turns, nu Ninth street, between
Third and Fourth avenues, walk-
lug distance. Inquire of Owner, 908
St. Andrews street. (3417)
Chief   Forester   McMillan   Says   Area
Will  Be Oen of Best Timbered
Tracts  in   B.  C.
lie a little more Ihnn 60 years of age.
Acoordlng to tho story the girls
lefl, Wirz, who Is u native of Switzerland, leaned of thorn through relatives, and lie ami Tbung began corresponding with them several months
ago. They say they were led to believe
they were coming to Albany to marry
young men who were comfortably situated and gave up good posit Ions in
Switzerland, one being a bookkeeper
and the other a milliner.
They left their home in Lucerne,
almost a month ago. Onlv one of the
girls speaks  English.
I). S. COURT RULES    i The -Meaning of a Name
ON I C. PROPERTY
FOB    SAI.K- SKI.1,
erty through an ad.
tour   iMitir
in this column.
���V ANTED��� MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED TWO     FOLDERS     IN
book work department for one
VK-r-t. Apply at �� a-m. today at
office of I'aciflc Caandian Printing
a-trf fhiblishing Company, 761 Carnarvon street, opposite Uussell
hotel.
Victoria, Nov. 80.���That the Lillooet
forest district gives promise of bo-
ling one of thc hest timbered areas
in British Columbia when the trees
now growing have had time to mature, and that it offers today a splendid field for cattle ane sheep gras-
'ing, Is the opinion of Chief Forester 11.
11. MacMlllan. who has just returned
from a visit of Inspection throughout
this section.
"The whole section was heavily timbered In early days." says Mr. MacMlllan. "hut. unfortunately  much  of the
���. I valuable  timber  has  been   destroyed.
FOR SALE���11.00 DOWN, |1.00 PER The  Indians were  the flrst  offenders
week,    Canada's    Pride    Malleable and they destroyed much of the mer-
Ranges; every one guaranteed. Mar-1 charitable stand owing to a superstl-
ket square. (2385) i tloua belief that the growth of many
j trees In the neighborhood of the Fra-
I'OR SALE ��� HOUSE PARTLY
finished, and large cleared lot. Edmonds. Clear deed. Cheap for cash.
Apply owner, George Warne, High-
teenth avenue, Edmonds. (2824) !
WANTED SEWING, LAUNDRY OR
housework, good cook, disengaged
Drew. 414 Fourth avenue.        (2442)
LOCT AND FOUND.
POUND���ENGLISH    SETTER.     Apply box 2438 this office. (243S)
WANTED- WASHING AND CLEAN-
ins by tbe day. Two or three days
a **i**i*h. Apply Mrs. Clifford, Oen
���*c-ral Delivery.
< 2437)
A YOUNG ENGLISH LADY WOULD
like the care of children some
hours each day. Musica], element at y
Irtwsons. Address 2421 office of this
Wor. 42421)
WANTBD ��� HOUSEHOLD FUUNl-
ture in large or small quantitiee for
spot cash. Will give full value or
will sell your household goods and
effects by auction. Will ���giiarantee
to n-alir.e value or no commission
ctiar-ged. H. 3. Russell. Westminster
Auction House. King's hotel block.
Columbia slreet. (23341
COLLECTIONS.
BAD DEUTS COLLECTED EVERY
where. No collection, uo charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag
ency, ���.'!6 Hastings street west. Van
couver, B.C. (2332)
AUCTION SALES.
FURNITURE, STORE STOCKS AND
farm soles conducted. Furniture
bought for cash. P. B. Brown, IT
Begbie street, .New Wesiminster.
(233CI
POULTRY   AND  PET   STOCK.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
BOOH  AND  HOARD AT 51t> ACINI"..;
���street, with use of phone.       (2444 I
GETS MORE
HEGGS NOW
TO   RENT
VOU RKNT MODERN SIX ROOMED
hoose. full basement, and furnace,
��orner of Sixth street anil Eighth
avenue- $1S to careful tenant. Apply
���ita Hamilton street. <2*15_l
CONKEY'S
LAYING
TONIC   makes   liens
lay. By its use you
can have eggs to sell now when eggs
aie high. Puts whole flock in good
condition. Cse once a day In feed.
Satisfactory results or money hack;
25c, fiOc. and $1.00 packages, ln
pails $1.60 and  $8.00.
For sneezing, coughing or moping
fowls use CONKEY'S ROUP REM-
EDY. A preventive and remedy, Put
in drinking water. Keep on hand and
Rave your flock; 26c, 50c. and $1.00
size:.
FOR ItKNT FURNISHED, FIVE
room, thoroughly modern house,
Nanaimo street, at Twelfth street
car line. Phone 312, Eastman & Co.,
Jill  Westminster Trust building.
(2436)
The live poultry
supply dealer sells
Conkey's. Ask for
Conkey's free potti
try Book.
SAVE FOWLS i
FROM ROUP
ser deterred the salmon from coming
up the river. Then again prospectors
were responsible for a large amount
of useless waste while disastrous fires
also caused heavy loss. For the last
fifteen or twenty years there have
been practically no large fires and I
believe that In'about fifty years' time
the whole area will average from 7.000
to 8,000 feet to the acre. Even now
the timber is ns heavy as the average
pulp license sections of eastern Canada, and if there was good railway
transportation there would be a good
opening for small sawmills.
Good  Grazing for  Stock.
"The timber of this section is largely made up of lodge pole pine. Douglas
fir, Engelmann spruce and yellow-
pine, and there are hundreds of acres
of good grazing for stock. Most of
this is summer range, but the plateaus that are located near the banks
of the Fraser would give the stockmen
an opportunity of raising his winter
feed at a low cost."
Mr. MacMlllan left the railroad at
Lytton and traveled by stage to Lillooet, at which point he assembled
his pack outfit. From Lillooet lie travelled up the Bridge river and thence
along the north fork of the bridge,
which he crossed at French bar. following the creek to the Fraser river,
which he crossed at High bar. From
this point he travelled along the line
of the pacific Oreat Kastern to Clinton, his total journey by pack amounting to about 275 miles.
He saw large quantities of beaver on
his trip and at has: three hundred
deer, as wel las sighting a small herd
of mountain sheep and about a dozen
wild horses. Had it not been for the
fact that he was anxious to return
' quickly to Victoria, and the difficulties of packing the animals, he would
brought down some, of the game,
nt as it was the party was well sup
plied with fresh meat during the trip.
Humor and
Philosophy
*r OV/.C.AM 1*1. SMITH
INDEPENDENCE.
THE mini wbo work, without a bote
Is be who ma lies the Killing,
Who doesn't Mad n whip ��r spar
'lii make hlm keep on drilling,
Who doesn't feel thut It would mean
Starvation and disaster
Kor all his folks If he should try
To worn without a muster.
The man who cunnot turn hla band
Unless he hus direction.
Who cannot with a simple toslc,
L'nguided, mnke connection.
Can never be the ciU'taln grand ���
Of simple deals Uus seorner,
Who organizes big combines
Or run a aieel trust coiner.
lt Isn't holdlnc down a lob
Which keeps a man In bacon,
Thnt makes him strong llnunclally
By heavy winds unsiiuken.
It Isn't sticking to n task
That pays hlin steady wages.
Tbat serves to make hls name adorn
The heavy tax book's pa*_es.
Tls he who dares to make a strike
And keeps lhe strike a-coins,
Who wins the money  marblss, chalk
And makes the bravest showing.
And If he tumbles once or iwice
And fills In many a venture
He will succeed as well as those
Who never did adventure.
ScattlB   Judge   Not   Allowed   to   Hand
Over Vancouver Real Estate
to Divorced Wife.
Seattle. Nov. go.- a settlement of
the community property interests between Clara ll. Jones and Harry A.
Jones, a millionaire resident of Van
couver. B. C, who were divorced hy
Judge .lohn ED, Humphries In the su*
perior court here last February, has
been effected and by order of tlle supremo court Judge Humphries has vacated that portion of hls Judgment
giving Mrs. .lones real esetute valued
at. $300,000.
Mrs. Jones obtained the divorce on
the groUnda of cruelty and desertion
and during the hard fought trial there
wbb much sensational testimony In
support of her contention that Jones
was attentive to other women. Judge
Humphries, taking Into consideration
the sums already given MrB. JoneB by
her husband, gave her a valuable
piece of Vancouver business property.
Jones disregarded the court's order
to stay within thia jurisdiction until
the case was finally settled and went
back to British Columbia. Judge
Humphries then gave MrB. Jones a
personal judgment against Jones for
$300,000. It was contended hy Jones'
attorneys that the superior court of
this state could not divide property tn
British Columbia and that there was
no precedent for such a decision. The
fact lhat a settlement .was sought is
taken as significant by lawyers who
have British Columbia clients seeking
divorces in Washington.
!!
ALADA
means everything that is choicest in fine tea.
"SALADA" means the world's best tea��� uhill-
grown Ceylon"���with all thc exquisite freshness
and flavor retained by the sealed lead packages.
BLACK. OREEN or MIXED
*m
THE DOMINION BANK
���in IONUND-S osLia -US., prisioint,       w. d matthims. viot-eatsietNT,
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
w
(FOIt ItKNT���HOUSE. CHICKEN
house, etttble, ou Pitt River road,
jnst caul of Fraser Mills. Twenty
acres of partially cleared land be-
kinging to it. Peter Barth, Fraser
.nvtas. (2429)
I'lnneer Books nn B.C. and California by
a piuni-cr. Canadian Camp Life, _mt edition; Among iii" Peoples of B. C: In tbe
Pathless Wist; Nan, or Pioneer Women
ind Enn. Tha si-ts of tlve for J3.0ii or
;.--,<������. i*<*r copy ml Jan. Ilth. Address I-'.
E. ! lining. 1117 Hamilton St.. New
Westminster, B.C., or anv of the bonk
���tores.    Discount to the trade. i:3_.)
HIGH  HONOR  PAID TO
PROVINCIAL  OFFICIAL
FOR ItKNT-TWO HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. til) St. George Btreet. (_41S)
Victoria.     Nov.     20.���William       T.
I Macdonald,  provincial  livestock  com
mlssioner, has been invited to become
.one  of  the  judges  of     stock  at  the
'forthcoming      Alberta    winter   show.
Which is to take place at Calgary on
'November 2. to 28.   The show, which
jis  sometimes  known   as   the  Calgary
winter fat stock  show,  is one of the
I most important of ils kind held lu the
.. ,.     .   ,      '       .        ,   . , ,        .west, and it attended by buyers from
Notice is hereby given that 1 intend.lH       ,.,..   of   ,,���.   r,lU|1(1   statea   and
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
frX-R HKVT-
ta rral try
iv vmi havi? nnnt/*.!1" aI'pl>' at  ""' "ext  sitting of the
L Yr. Ill,���,"^ Beard ot License Commissioners for
an ad. in this column       ,���,., aty _, ^  Westminster for    a
bottle license and a whol"sale license
for llie sale of liquors In and upon
the premise's situated upon l.ot 9, of
City Block 24. iu the said City of New
Wi stininsti r, B.C.
L. K. HAINES.
Dated this 10th day of November, 1913.
I24(iii)
WBNTSHBD COMPLETE, HOUSE
���**v*.*pliiK rooms. 110 and tlS per
rn-rKlh st tit Seventh street. (2333)
MISCELLANEOUS.
VTBl.lc STENOGRAPH-SB'S STOCK
and machines for sixty dollars.
Offer closes noon Saturday. Jennings, .nor Westminster Trnst build-
ing.    I'hime 361.    Good business  in
���multigraphiiig. (2449.
1 HAV.! $2600 TO LOAN AT 10 P__R
,-rnL Security must be gilt edged.
No agents. Apply box 2451 The
���\f-u-4s. (2461)
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. COAST SS. SERVICE
���Trom Vancouver for Victoria.
H ("> a.m Dally
1 on p.m Dally
ii ii  pm Dally
From Vancouver for Seattle.
1(1.mt a.m Daily
ll.i*** am Dally
From   Vancouver for  Nanaimo.
.too p.m    pally
Tiztisimo,  Union  Day  and Comox.
"j;*CKI a.m Wednesday and Krlday
'Vancouver,   Union   Bay,  Powell   River.
11:45 om Kvery  Saturday
For Pr-inoe  Rupert and Alaska.
II fit p in Kvery Saturday
Vtu.ee Rupert, Qranby Bay and Skeena
niver Points.
II Wi p.m Wndne8days
For Gulf Utand Polnta.
!!_*> a.���' - Tuesdays for Victoria.   Call
to-?; Et points in the Gull Islands
*WO. tStHOiAVF, Agent, New Wertmln-rtar.
Wl. *m*. alUltllK.  O,  P.   A..  Vancouver.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
tie Vim Southeast Quarter ol Section
Vs, Township 8, In the District   of
New Westminster.
it-hrr-aam proof of the loan of cer
.   of   Title  Number  13164K.  is
,      . ��� , the name of James C. Korlong
���   ���    ���- vs Kumuiel baa been (lied In
* i
���     :r.   i.  h.-oreby given that I shall.
���at tke '':���,!* itio-h of one month from
;i       ate or tbe fl nit publication here-
txt, vn �� da iiv io   ipsper published in
tfcv < III   ".   :������ ".>   Westminster, issue
u -litpii-.it > of tt " said certificate, un-
tnt*. ifl thi   meantime valid objection
M M-H      sae ii writing.
3. C. OWYNN,
IHstrli i Registrar of Titles.
E .<��',  Raffs it'   i ilfice,
Rwa Westminster, B.C.. October W,
: ������ i i, (22i'i)
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board tor the City of New
Westminster tor a renewal or license
to sell liquors by retail on the premises known as the Royal City Hotel.
situated al corner of Customs House
8i|iian   and   Cl iuniliia   Sired,   In     the
said City of New Westminster,
K. KAI.CH.
New Westminster, Nov. 8, 1918,
12.",!)!))
pans
Canada who come to secure Christmas
beef for the large retail houses in all
parts of the continent.
The invitation to act as judge was
Eent to Mr. Macdonald by Hon. Dub
can Marshall, minister of agriculture
for the province of Alberta; and ln
view of the importance, of the exhlbl-
bltlon it is generally agreed that a
very high honor hag been paid to the
provincial departmenl of agriculture
and to Mr. Macdonald..
Mr. Macdonald, who has just returned from ai tending the sales at Nelson
and Cranbrook. at which dairy stock
Imported from Ontario by the provln
clal government was offered for sale.
la- left again for the mainland, where
the balance of the animals were offered at Abbotsford, Mllner and Chilli
waek, on November is, 19 and todaj
Mr. Macdonald will retur nto Victoria
next Prlday and expects to leave for
calgarv on Sunday, November 83.
Collections, All Over The World
V/hether ycur business is confined to Canada���or you ship
(nods to all parts of the world yen will appreciate the facilities of
the Dominion Bank In making collections.
The Branch In London, England, Is In Immediate touch with
the Eurcpean financial centres���while correspondents throughout
the world expedite all transactions.
The Dominion Bank has branches In all sections of Canada.
Manufacturers. Wholesalers and Shippers are requested to write the
HeadOttlce lor a complete Ibt of Branches and correspondents.
NEW WESTMINSTER ORANCII :   a H. MATHEWSON, Manager.
Desired to Know.
"Whi\t on earth are you talking,
sboutV
"1 don't know."
"Then why do you talk':"
"To find out."
"Find out?"
"Ves. Vou seem to know It all. so 1
thought perchance you could enlighten
me."
If Yuu Arc Thinking uf Spending Yuur *
Christmas at Home
Permit us to Tell Yen Ahout Our
Personally Conducted All-Expense Tour
Leaving Vancouver December 7th
ami traveling by special train, via Chicago and Niagara Falls to New
York, there connec'tinn with the various steamship lines. All railroad
and steamship transportation, berths, meals and hotel expenses included in your ticket.     A choice of various steamship lines is offered,
For complete information, call on or addresi
II. II. STEVENSON
City Ticket Agent
Chiragn, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
6_2 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
"I'm looking for the niau who run*
tbls oflice."
"lie ls out just now"
"llut I have a big deal I want to put
over.'"
���"Vou tui^ht see the office boy."
Exacting.
"What is he kicking about?" asked
the manager.
"Wants his nickel back," replied the
beautiful ticket seller.
"What's the complaint?"
"The moving pictures didn't talk."
Things to Be Avoided,
rirafts.   either    rrom    uindows   or
bunks.
Policemen,
Corns.
Locomotives.
Garden tools.
LEAVES WIFE  A
MOMENT
AND HE IS LOST
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
NOTICE IH IIKKKHV i'.IVRN ihni  I Intend    '   tl     neat   mi I "uk of the  lu, iM
of  Lfcenae Coinmlantonerfl to apply  f"t   :i
tranufer   from   myaelf,  Charlea  Bchwiihn.
tn Jot ii K   Mm K- i tli  and Bruce I." ;>. ol
ihi*  retail   llntioi   llccnra  nl  the  Colonial
In.!��� 1 in nui cltv.
CI.ARI-ES Si'ltWAUS-
(!l��Sl Applicant.
New  Wi'SiinlnsOr,  B.C.,  N'ov.   Bin,   1818
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones:   Office 53,  Residence -429
JOHN 11KII), Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK.
ENGINEERING  AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Agents     Talnier     Bros.'    flnsolliic
Engines,   Marine   Kngines  and   Auto
mobile Repairs.
Office and Works:  Tenth  St.
P.O. Box 474.    New Weatmlnater, B.C
HERBERT R, VIDAL 8.C0,
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STORAGE
Read - Fhe - News
Montreal, Nov 20. .lohn McNulty,
an experi Jteant fitter working tor the
tl. T. P., hat been nt using since Mon-
daj night and has left behind hint a
young ������ Ife tnd * * Id residing at 0
[���ai .il< avenue, \'.*r.liiii llin description Age :::. Irish: i'liii-halmd, with
bins eyes and smut. ���', feel -"i inches In
height.   He came to Montreal In May.
' 112
"Ha   was   paid   on   Monday   nig it,1
.said    Mrs.    McNulty   today,   "and    W(
wenl oul together along Centre street
iii- led me there tot a moment, i ear
lha bridge, saying he wanted a glass
of bei r, anil I havi' not b61 eyes on him
Blnce,    He  never  missed  a nighl  at
homo and In* never Idm  an hour on
[hls pas   check.    He  was just  in  his
���Working clothes al the time and 1 do
'not know how nun h money be had ou
| him,  bm   in   had  a  lot, of overtime
money.
"lie had n brown overcoat on the
lasl lime he was with me, I am left
alone now ':Hi my boy and we have
searched tin* morgue and all the inn.-
pitals and pollen stations.
Mc.Nultj  li a native of Belfast.
TRAVEL FAR TO WED,
EUT MEN ARE TOO OLD
Portland, Ore., Nov. 20, Finding
their prospective lnibsandH much older ihan they expected, Hula Kroner
and Cecila Dlethelm have refused ti
marry tow Albany, Ore., men they
came all the waj trom Switzerland to
wed. They asserl that the photon of
ihe would in' bridegrooms sent, ihem
ti ere taken monj years ago.
Thc ulrls went, back to Seattle but
they made tbo trip to this country on
i money furnished by the men they were
to marry and they have nothing with
whicb lo return. They have appealed
to the Swiss consul In Portland for
alii
The two Swiss maidens are 20 und
24 years or age, retspeotlvsly. Herman
Young and Kaspar Wlr. tho men they
I cana' to Albany to marry, arc said to !
.���ini tin   colonel, "how wm
people   reading   --nt h   a   char-
Near It.
"I found one honest man."
"Was be Iu tbe iioorbouse."
"No."
"On the way to it.-
trie   Ctrest   UlO   <t.
Tho Irishman is nothing if not In-
genious, More i- it (.'ood -tory told ol
one, a terrible scamp, serving in -South
\.ri'a, under Col. Hamilton-Browne.
On discharge he asked f"r a character, ahd was given one by tin* colonel
io bad as Bhould ordinarily have barred liim (pun . ui' I05met t lor ever.
Som ��� time later the col mi ' met
him i most prnspi rous uian, and
aboul to embark ior the Mother Country.
"But,
it   thai
actor as T give you should have 1 n
-*i taken in-"
"Kead it. Bir?" tho scamp replied.
"Nf-- r a one "f Ihem read it. and
[or a very good resson, aa nol one ol
them could read a word nl English,
It waa the Hon and the unicorn fighting foi the crow n oh tli" top "I the
Official paper that did the trick, ami
that's >-. imt I wanted when I troubled
jtou tor a character. So long, colonel;
there's the 'all for tha shore bell ringing, Oood link, and many thanks,
ns it -, through you I'm in lor a hi_;b
tl I rt  v... _.
FATHTR ALWAVS HAS
RIGHT TO HIS CHILD
Montn a, Nov. 20. A father always
has a right to gi i back Ii!h child, even
if he gave It lino the keeping of Its
[raudmotber bj a written agreement,
providing lie Is not proved lo be unworthy or earing ror the child. This
was the ruling handed down hy Mr.
fustloe  Heaiulin, of thn superior coun
this afternoon, In tbe case of Joseph
Trepanior agalnsl Virginia Lofebvre,
wire or Joseph  I .a porte,
'ii' panler was tin* husband or l.a
porte's daughtt r, and when tbe daugh
ter dftd he gave bin only child, a girl
often months named Yvette, to Mrs.
Lefebvre, to be brought up, lie pledged himself, It was testified, In the
agreement, never to ask for Ills child,
even ir he remarried,
This was lasl year. Home months
ago he did remarry and then asked
for the child. The grandmother refused to give up the little one, but she
was forced to do so this afternoon, following tho Judgment of Mr. Justice
Beaudin.
The PRICE of HOMAGE
OXCT, when King Edward VII. paid a visit to Sheffield,
all llie fires in factories and plants wort, allowed to
die out. Not a whfeel in Sheffield turned for twenty-
four hours. CThe primary object of this was to lift the
pall of smoke that hovers over tliat wonderful stcel-produc-
Ing city, and to ehsurc, as far as man was able, a bright day
end a blue sky for an auspicious occasion. Clt waa
Sheffield's expression of respect.
Bl'T the action was unique���it was unprecedented���it
was unthought of that those hundreds of mighty
furnaces, raging night and day, and those seething
boilers, with quivering valves, should ever be allowed to
cool. (I,This extinguishing of (ires eost Sheffield hundreds
of thousands of dollars the price of the effort to get back
K^.'tiii to high-power efficiency,
SOME business men in ('atiada pay nn unwitt ing homage,
not to a king, but to a superstition���the superstition
that hot weather justifies letting the fires of business
energy go out. They stop Advertising in the Summer
months. By paying homage to tradition, custom, superstition, they have allowed Summer to become their "dull'*
season. CYou know how dull it can be when you don't
advertise. Do you know how brisk it can be mude by
Advertising? Do you realize how much momentum you
now lose in the Summer that must be regained in thc Fall ?
DON'T   LET
YOUR   ADVERTISING
OUT  THIS  SUMMER.
FIRES   DIE
Advice rcpinlim your mlvrrtiiinc prolilrrni in av��ilnl>li- Oirniii<h any recognis-ad Cun-
fnliiin advertising sttency, t.r the Uecralary ot the Canadian 1'rrm Associatioo, Room
tii'.i Lumsden liuilding, loom to. Lmjuiry invulvu uu ublitfatiun oa your part���ee
write, if iiilcirntrd. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
NEW PENNANTS
ARE
A new shipment of Pennants
has been received at THE NEWS
Office, including "Canada,"
"Quebec" and "Manitoba." The
following are now in stock:
New Westminster Canada Manitoba
Quebec McGill
COLORS
t
New Westminster, in four colors, purple, white, scarlet and blue; Canada, in four
colors, dark blue, white, crimson and yellow; Manitoba, in three colors, light green,
white and crimson; Quebec, in three colors, light brown, crimson and white; McGill, in
three colors, scarlet, yellow and white.
PRICE REDUCED
Bring three coupons clipped
from THE NEWS and 20c, for
any one of the pennants, or
send 25c. if to be mailed. You
will want one of each of these
pennants if you see them.
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
TEA
COffEE
Mrs. McDonnell l�� **ts\ us ,lc"
monstrating Malkin'e Beet Tea
and Brown Berrle* Coffee. Both
of these articles are known to
yon no doubt by their high qualities. Willie the demonstration
ia on a dainty cup and saucer is
Riven away with every pound of
thin toa and coffee, six cup* and
saucers with five pounds, or a
(ea pot with two pounds.
Malkln's Best tea, lb 50c
Brown Berries Coffee, Ib Un 4Sc-
We invite you to come and try
a enp of either tea or coffee.
Juki received another IM
boxes of the famous Deticitans
Apples, which we offer at tie
old price.    Per box $2.15.
Model Grocery
MATHESON A JACOBSON.
MB Sixth St. Phone UW1-2.
Burnaby Brandt:
2nd St. and 15th Ave.
Local News
Visited Coquitlam.
Member! Of tbe Kast llurnaby Foresters' lodge paid a visit to Coqultlam
on Wednesday evening where they
wen- entertained by the Port City
lodg .
Special prires on Electric Toasters.
$5 each. Ticket, on each dollar purchased. Brown -i Son, Columbia
street (2480)
C. A. Welsh
LIMITED.
Ihe People's Grocer
You can pass in a crowd if you wear (
George's Corn and Bunion shields.,
Made to fit nny corn or bunion. For i
sale only by Hill's Drug Stori. (2898) i
Our Dairy Company.
Nine  quart*  of  fresh   bottled   milk |
for $1.01), delivered daily.    Phone 166.
(2448) i
Did Not Meet Yesterday.
There is no Immediate prospect for
a meeting of the loeal Conservative
association. Chough   in  some quarters
the Impression was general this week
that a meeting was to be held today.
I
I
We Have
Money to
Loan on
First
Mortgages
Property must bc well
improved and worth at
least double the amount
of the loan.
For  full  particldars
call at our office and let
us know what you  require.
Dominion Trust
Company,     j
j
Th* Perpetual Tnistee.
Paid   l'|i Capital  ��nd
Surplus $ l.BOO.flflO   ,
Assets ���.S7IJ.83.85
T r u s teeshlps Under
Administration over   S.OOO.OOii
Trustee     for     Itoml-
holders over     IS.-fl-M,�����<*)
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
Offices Vancouver, VWoria,
Neii* Westminster, Nanaimo,
Calgary, Regina, Wine-peg.
Montreal, Charlottetown. l-oii-
don,  Eng.;  Antwerp, fleleiuui
New Westminster
For sickness nothing equals an
electric KI Comfo. ln aluminum or
felt. Preferable lo hot water bottle,
steady warmth as required. Tickets
given. Brown & Son, 620 Columbia
street. (24301 "
Iloyal City laundry Is now ln a
position to turn out "Hough Dry" al
the shortest notice, special reduction
in prices. Adults 60c dozen, children
35c a dozen. Telephone 183 and we
will have our driver call. (-4471
Special attention given to Improving all classes of building with beam
ceilings, panneled dudois. modern
hardware, built in furniture, all kind- j
of mission furniture, hall clocks, etc..
modern store fronts; moderate prices.
Burton Smith, building contractor, 605
Third avenue.   Phone 230. 12448)
PHONES:
City  Store    193 and  443
Sapperton   Branch    373
West End Branch   650
THREE BIG STORES
OF PLENTY.
SYRUPS
Do you know thnt syrup is one
of the beat cold weather foods
vou can use? lt Is a starchy
food therefore being fattening
as well as heating.
We have molasses for baking,
Corn Syrup for candy making,
Cane or Maple Syrup for hol-
cakes, but as a special we offer
you  a  pure  Maple Syrup
OLD TYME
in quart bottles, usualy sold for
50c. each at 35c. per bottle.
To accompany this syrup let
its send you a package of Pancake Flour, We have It ln
white or buckwheat and is all
already to mix up and cook.
Per package 35c.
C. A. WELSH
LIMITED.
ill company with Magistrate Laity of
Maple Ridge, journeyed to Victoria to
urge conclusions in connection with
the Pitt Meadows incorporation and
states the solicitor, nothing developed
during the negotiations to indicate
when the incorporation would take
place.
Klectric Vibrators, $19.76 each. A
handsome Christmas present. Tickets
given. All goods guaranteed. Brown
_:   Son,   Columbia   street. (2430)
Poultry  Lectures.
Secretary W. S.  Vivian of the Bur
naby   Horticultural   society   is  in   receipt  of  information    from    Victoria
that the department of agriculture has
made arrangements for the holding of
lectures on poultry and horticulture In
Burnaby  during  January  and   February next.    Notice will  be sent out  to '
all members of the society as to the i
dates  of the  lectures and  a general
invitation extended to all residents in
Burnaby interested in the two subjects.
Klectric Hair Dyers guaranteed.    A.      Kor   Sale���Complete  restaurant   set
great boon to ladies, $3.50 each. Tic-1Including  one    large    range,    tables.
kef for each dollar purchase. Brown : chairs, dishes,    etc.,    for    sale    very
& Son, 620 Columbia St. (2430) .cheap,    Royal Mercantile Co., 61 Sixth
  i street. (2381)
Get  yuur skate:; sharpened at Geo.
Purchase a book of fifteen tickets
costing $5 for eveninq skating ses-
sions at the Arena. This reduction
makes    the    rink    the most    popular
Speck's, 626 Columbia street.      (2.1531 L
Skating sessions    at    Queens    park
every week day from 3:30 to 5:30 in
the afternoon and 8:15 to 10:30 in thel'"^ a_ena _n <h(, pacific coast,
evening.     Band   in   attendance   every   r <
evening. (2423)
(242
Kor plumbing, heating and sheet
metal work consult Merrlthew & Ramsay, Eighth and Carnarvon streets.
Phone  586. 12363)
Services  in   English.
Kngiish   Lutheran   service   will   be
held   next   I_ord'a   day   afternoon   at
A home run with a box cf Hill's
"Saturday Special" will win for vou
every time. (2453)
Await Developments.
Nothing   further   developed   at   the
Coquitlam  municipal council on   Wednesday  in  connection  with  the  point
.10 fn the Cunningham hall, .1!) Sixth i raised by McQuarrie, Martin and Cas-
street. conducted by the Rev. T. A.
Schoenberg, field missionary of the
general council of the Lutheran denomination for British Columbia.
Expert skute sharpening and rivet-
ins at Oscar Swa:i..oon's, 13 Begbie
street. (2360)
sady of New Westminster as to the |e
gallty of the action of the council In
extending the date of the rebate on
taxes. Solicitor P. .1. Mclntyre stated
on enquiry, that he had written the
municipal authorities explaining on
what grounds the municipality had
taken tiie step but as yet had received no reply.
Money  to loan  on   first   mortgages. !
improved   city  and   farm   propertv.   9|     Specials   for   Kriday  and  Saturday*
per cent.  Alfred  W.  MeLeod     (2337)   Rabbi's 25 cents each, Kresh Kggs 40c
  and   4."c   per  dozen.     11.  and   M.   Fish
Fifteen tickets for $5 at the Arena   Market. 10 Begbie street. (2450)
commencing   next   Friday.    Two   ses-      Vlsil   the   It.   and   M.   Fish   Market
sions daily with competent instructors ' after fi p.m. on Saturday night for flsh
paying
ners.
special   attention     to
beoin-
(2423)
bargains.
(2460)
Branch.
606   Columbia   Street.
Oprn   S.iturday   Evenings   tr*m
7  to 9.
Incorporation of Pitt Meadows.
W J. Whiteside, of this city, municipal solicitor for Maple Itidg", iloes
int. confirm the report to the effect
that Pitt Meadows would be Incorporated in January next year. Pitt Mea-
Idows has been seeking Incorporation
for some time past and Maple Ridge
is vitally Interested, Inasmuch as that
when tii" Incorporation takes place,
as has been promised it is expected
that the boundaries of .Maple Ridge
will be extended, taking in what Is
now known as the Pltl Meadows district    On Saturday last Mr. Whiteside Columbia Btreet.
Fnr   all   building   supplies   and   fuel
oil apply tn the  B. C. Transpa______o..
Ltd., 505 Wesiminster Trust building
Office phone 826, wharf phone  8X0
(23381
Maunders' "Song of Thanksgiving"
at the Olivet Haptist church on Mon
day evening, Nov. 24 at 8 o'clock.
Chorus of 50 voices and full orchestra
Collection. (2438)
Skating boots and Bkates for ladle,
and gentlemen at Geo, II. Speck's. 626
CHRISTMAS GROCfRlfS
AU kinds of groceries for
Christmas use in stock ai the
store of
W.J.RUSE
(Successor to Ayling 4. Gwaln.)
���W Columbia  St. Phone 88
I
LELIOS
The Most Reliable, Metallic
Filament  Lamp
Burning thi ja lamps means to you a To per cent saving of enr
rein. They can be burnt In any position without, fear of breakage,
A large Btock of ihese lumps now on band; 16, 25, 32 and 100 wati
sizes,
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
New  Westminster        I'hone 59.
5 YEAR GUARANTEE
Pigs $1.00 Each
CURTIS
REXALL
DRUG
STORE
Short Term Loans
WE HAVE CLIENTS WHO WILL MAKE SHORT
TERM LOANS FOR A PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING
ONE YEAR ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY OR PURCHASE AGREEMENTS OF SALE.   APPLY
F. J. HART  &  CO., LTD.
Established  1R��l.
W�� writ* Flre. Life, Accident, E mployers'   Liability,   Automobile   and
Marine Insurance.
A full range of Perrin's
Kid Gloves in All Colors
White and Natural
Chamois Gloves.
Tan Cape Skin Gloves.
Long Kid Evening
Gloves.
lhe New Westminster
AND FRASER VALLEY
Department   Store
TOYLAND NEWS
FOR  MARKET  DAY.
Special Bargain Tables
of Toys for Today at
10c., 15c. and 25c.
Sec  thc   Demonstrator
Working thc Mechanical Toys.
Irresistible Market-Day Bargains
These Flannel Waists
Will Attract Many Eager Shoppers
Today.
A table full of Walats In Krench Flannel. Ceylon and
Mohair, Home In pluin colors, others striped, ln
shirt waist style, in colors of brown, cardinal, navy
cream and black: values to t'i. to clear at $1.65
An assortment of striped Madras and Oashmeretto
Waists, in black aud white stripes, cardinal, navy.
brown and green; values to $1.50. Sale price 65*.
Bargains in Women's Underwear.
Ladies' fleece lined Vests with high neck and Ions
sleeves;  regular t>5c. for  45c.
Drawers to match;  regular BBc, for  4Sc
Ladles' Wool Vests with high neck nnd long sleeves,
regular Sac. for   65C.
Ladies'  Wool  Drawers  to  match,  regular S5c     Sale
price    65C.
All  children's   Underwear    at    Special   reduced
price-3.
Electrical Department.
Now is the time to have a Heat Regulator and
Time Attachment, put on your furnace. It will keep
your house at an even temperature day and night
and saves the conl. It will relieve your mind entirely of the care of the draft dampers, and the fear
that at night or during your absence there is danger
to life or property through neglect of the furnace;
regular price Installed complete $40. now $25.00
In the Bargain
Basement
TODAY ONLY
Reg. 10c, 15c, and 20c
each, Today only at
3 for 25
including
Dove's  Kgg  Beat erg.
Large Vegetable (.raters.
Duplex Can Openers.
Steel Kitchen Knives.
Cake  Turners.
Wire   I'otato  Mashers.
Tack Hammers.
Pointing Trowels.
Wire Toasters.
8-Inch Qranlte Pie Platea.
Victor Flour Sifters.
6-hole Gem  Pans.
6-inch  Wire Strainers.
Wood  Handled Clipping Knives.
Toilet   Taper  Holders.
Japanned  Dust, Tans.
!!_.. s Scrub liruslies.
Deep Cuts in the Prices on
Cook Stoves Today
A clearing sal^f Cook Stoves that will put dollars In the pocket of the fortunate purchaser.
1 only 4-holo Cast Cook Stove; Duplex grate, large
oven and heavy base; reg. fi'.l, for $17.50
1 only 4-hole Cast Cook Stove, heavy nickel trimmings, pouch (end,   Regular $-4, for .   . $17.50
1 only 4-hole Steel Cook Stove; burns either wood or
coal.     Itegular   lit',,   for    S19.50
1 only 4-hole Steel Cook Stove; Duplex grate, IClnch
OVen, and heavy nickel trimmings. This ls a little
beauty.    Regular $���>'), for  S23.S0
1 only 4-hnle Cast Cook Stove; burns wood only;
heavy plated trimmings and extra larg" oven.
Regular $30, for   % $23.50
1 only extra large 4-hole Steel Cook Stove; heavy
nickeled doors and trimmings and pouch [end, Has
an 18-lnch oven, enamel reservoir and Is asbestos
lined.    Kcgular $46, for       S34.S0
$2.00  MEN'S  WORK   SHIRTS  FOR  $1.25.
We have a few odd lines of Flam-til Shirts In colors
of blue, brown and gray;   values to $2.00     Today
See the  Basement  Bargain Tables���Crockery and  Hardware���for the
Biggest 5c, 10cM 15c and 25c Values Ever Offered in B. C.
Today's Extra Bargains for the Men.
bargain at  $1.25
50c. MENS SUSPENDERS FOR 25c.
values    to    BOc
25e.
75c.  MEN'S  NECKWEAR  FOR  40c.
A few odd lines of Suspender
Today at   	
A large assortment of Neckwear in Bilk, crochet and
fancy silk effects; regular values to 75c. Vour
choice   for    40c.
$2.75  SWEATER  COATS  FOR   $1.95.
Without a doubt this is Uie best value we know for
the money. Tliere are wool coats in shades of
gray, slate, brown, blue, tan and red, with or without high collars. These sweaters are values to
$2,76.    Today special at   $1.05
Great Reductions on all Men's Winter
Underwear.
lies; quality fleece lined Underwear. Regular 85c.
carment   for       50c.
"Perfangle" heavy ribbed, all wool underwear;
double breasted, some have double back Juat the
garment for hard wear. Keg. valu s to $1 50. Now
selling  at.   per  garment    95c.
"Imperial" natural wool Underwear, A fine garment
for men wanting medium weight underwear. All
sizes tow   Price per garment  $1.25
"St (Ieorge" heavy pure WOO] ribbed Ciderwear.
This is excellent quality; all size, to 44. Regular
.1.7:., now silling for $1.45
Oilskin    Values    That
Mean Business.
MEN'S  OILSKIN  COATS. $3.25.
These coats are made of Towers'
Shield Brand Oilskin, the fin
est quality made and In colors
black and yellow; three-quar;
ti*r  length  wltll  lined   collars.
sizes 34 to 44. Special today
at  , $3.25
Cants to match these coats
come  at.  per  pair  ..  $1.50
We also carry the same line of
Hoys' Oilskin Coats In ail
SlZOS, 24 to i'i. Priced at    $3
JUST ARRIVED
Full and Complete
Stock for the Art
Needlework Dept.
A full and complete assortment of Art Needlework requirements are now showing
in our Art Needlework Department. This department
is now under the management of a fully competent,
lady, who will help atld instruct those who wish any ad
vice In art needlework problems, free of charm'. If it in
anything wanted for An Needlework we have It.
Special Bargain Sale Prices on All
Furs Today
A Full Range of all Royal Society Art Needle,
work Packages for Making Xmas Gifts
Burnt   Leather  and   Painted   Leather
Goods to Send Away for Foreign
Christmas Mail.
LEATHER   CUSHIONS,   PENNANTS.   ETC.
lie sun and see our new arrival of leather goods,
l.i-' .,;:.| you want to send for Christmas to ths
Old Countrj We have an oxceptionall) nice as-
sortn * nl of Cushions.
Wi bave a line of Cushions linted In tbe Maple
i.e. f, ring and Heaver, with canvas back and cut
ies  ier fringe,   Teh leather is in shades of brown,
tan,  green  and  red.    Price   $3.75
Ani ther line tinted and burnt in Indian Heads. These
ci   dona have leather backs and fringe,    i'rlces
��3.75 and ��3.95.
A nil" cushion tinted in the Indian Princess design.
A handsome cushion al   $4.95
An i Kceptli nail)  fine cushion on red leather, having
leather back and fringe, burnt In'dark brown. The
effect of this cushion must be seen to be appreciated. ���*. very handosme cushion, large size
for    $5.75
We also have a line of Pipe Hacks, Pennanta, etc.,
wblch make a verv suitable Christmas gift,
for  $2.95
Table pieces in two designs tinted Indian Head and
border tinted In Indian BOW and Arrow, etc. These
are very fine goods, rail piece being the size and
Bhape of :.ie skin. Priced ai    . $3.50 and $3.95
LADIES' COLLARS.
Plain  and   fancy  Linen  Collars.
with embroidered corner and
edgol values to BOc,   Special,
today   2 for 25C
LADIES' CAPE GLOVES.
Ladles' Tan Cape (iloves; splendid quality, having extra well
finisher  Stitched   Beams.    Wa
have   nil   sizes   In   children's,
misses and ladles, at, per
pair..   .  $1.00 an" $1.25
Exceptional Values in Bedding.
Our stock Is now complete in Quilts, Comforters, Blankets and Pillows, We have blankets in
white and gray at prices to suit every purchaser.
Heavy   weight   pure   white   wool   lllankels,    regular
*���������"    Special   $6.95
Same  quality   In   lighter    weights,     regular    |d.ou,
for      $4.95
SUe 60x80;  regular (5.00, for       $4.25
A very large size, G8xSS, full S-lb. Blankets. Specially
priced   at    $5,715
Heavy  dark  gray   Blankets  at   per  pair $3.75   to
$5.95
Quilts and Comforters.
Real Eiderdown Comforters in pale blue, pink, red,
green   and   brown      Specially   priced   at...$5,50
15.95  $7.95  $12.50 '" $19.95.
These are all soft, light  and  warm.
We  have limits  In  all  bIzcb and colors at  the
following prices:
Sing!" Bed Slse, i ach       55C
Full double bed size, each $1.25* $1.50* $1.75
$2.00   $2.25   $2.75 $3.00 and $3.75
Pillows.
Hpeclal Cotton Filled Pillows, size lvx".. of heavy
ticking, each   55*.
Chicken Feather Pillows, sizes 17x36, lKx-.il and
20X27   at.   each   75*..   85*.    $1.10-   $1.25'
$1.35 and $l.bO.
Heal Eiderdown Pillows, size _lx_X; regular $2 75
for,   each    82J��38
All pillows covered with good strong art ticking In pink, blue and gray. We carry the best assorted stock of pillows In the city and can fill your
order whether it Is largo or sniull.
THE HOME
Ahout   Brass   Fittings Friday Furniture Bargains.
and Tubing. - Oolden Oak Finished Buffet, having Hritish Hovel
Plate   Mirror,  12130  Inches,  two  large cupboards.
liefore attempting    to    hang l  linen drawer ami two sliver drawers,   Regular
your  window  curtains or bang $20.00 for $11.80
ings  make  mre  you  have  tti*- 3 onlj   Kitchen Queens   oomplete,    Regular   $5.50
right fittings In the right place, for  $3.7$
and   the  balance  is  simple. I  dozen odd bed springs,  values from $5 50 to $7.01),
If using   overcurtalns   or   a for  $2.50
valance, don'l try to pul them l  Oolden oak finish, 0-foot Bxtenslon Table, with
un the same rod us the curtains, pedestal base:   leg. $22.60  for   $17*50
nor on two Of Ihe ordinary  rods I :; piece Mahogany  Parlor Suite, upholstered lu best
with light brackets, but use lhe quality  tapestry;  reg. $37,60, for   $22.50
latest  Improved goose neck brae I  I! piece Mahogany I'arlor Suite, upholstered tn best
ket   with   8-8-lnoh   tubing.    This quality   velour   and   having   loose   cushions;   reg.
may be a trlile more expensive $66,110, for $32.50
but   the   satisfaction   of   having
.vour hangings up securely, ami Carpets and Linoleum.
In sm-h a way that you can get
the draping done so much more We have u splendid llne of Brussels Carpet, suitable
artistically, will amply repay you for  any   room   In   the liouse.     Actual  value  $1.60
for the small additional outlay In per ynrd inr  $1.28
('"s'* A  nice line of seamless Velvet Hugs ln artistic
Bee theso fittings and lulling colorings and having a rich pile,
in our Drapery Department, and <_���.,    .,.,.,. ,   ,
the cost.   We carry a full line of .      . Si** _$tl
KE"�� T\ I". InTVti��� A'iMie of' Washable' Mats.' suitable 'tor'WIS
ZZt Price??! �� p   "" bed'oom.   In  light blue, green and red.
tool tnr. to _>e* Slz" 81x84 Inches  Sl.SI
,'   ",  ������'���95      -J?'        *--*-<- *-%xti Inches 	
Extension rods at   5��.   IOC Blse Slxti Inches  	
15*. 20* and 25** ._     ,,   ,
Four-yard   wide    Linoleum,    at
_4., square yard   60*
C. v    \t   _,,   _*  _    t*_                                          A   good,   heavy,   printed   Llnol-
)|         JW/WaW-            m              '"***.                emu, and the width does away
-ti    _r////T          -~r**     __..       "              with all seams.   This Is very
''' aw**/aI'/S./ t*C* S   a^*9***(W  ��*���                K'""*1 value at, per square
MS _^A�� __KV-sWY /S/T-_.\ yard   90tt
A splendid llne of Inlaid Lino-
_ Icum in a variety of patterns;
''**% /. I/It /fee' actual value $1.10   per square
yard.    Sale price, per   snuare
OF THE UTILITY HOUSE  DRESSES.      *"* ***
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