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 News Classified Ads.
Have proven  their worth by the
results   they    produce.     They   till
large   or   small    wants   at    small
cost.
iltftor^
Weather Today.
New Westminster and the lower
mainland: Light to moderate winds,
cloudy and mild with rain.
VOLUME 8,  NUMBr V   j5.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   FRIDAY   MORNING,   DECEMBER   12,   1913.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
RAILWAYS MAKE HARD FIGHT
AGAINST REDUCTION OT RATES
Counsel for Companies Before Commission State Lower
Freight Charges Would Ruin Them���Total Investment of $1,178,229,094 in Lines in Canada���Case Will
Probably Conclude on Friday.
Ottawa,     Dec.     11.-- The     western the   following   Btatement:     0.   N.   II.
freight    rato   case   will   In all prob- -Kr0BS earnings  for  l'Jl_,  $20,860,098;
���,,,,,     .             i  j j         _��� u less operating expensed of $14,97��.047.
ability   be  concluded  on   Friday,  per- |fiayl^ J  ^.^  of  ,._������,_������.   ���,,���
haps  at  the  morning  session  of  thc ,)eB8 nx,,d charges of $G,48D,30B;  leav-
railuuy board. ing a total available surplus from all
Today   Mr.   McPhllllps,  counsel  for jsourceB of _ $400,601
British Columbia; lion. H. P. Phlppen
ADJOURN ASSIZES
UNTIL MONDAY
TRYING TO SETTLE
ULSTER QUESTION
Party Leaders Hold Meetings in Endeavor to
Agree.
CIVIL WAR HAS
BEEN AVOIDED
counsel for the C N. H., and Kuitene
i.aficnr, K.C. representing the Qrand
Trunk Pacific, Bnlshed th'-ir arguments, ln the morning Jas HlckncH,
chief couns, 1 for the Dominion government, will do the final summing
up cn the people's side of the case,
���while Isaac Pitblado, representing the
Winnipeg board of trade, and M. K.
Cowan, counsel for the provincial
government, will also be heard.
Counsel  for both the (J. T,  P. and
c. njMZ        	
~_________
Would Leave Deficit.
"Mr.  Muller."    snld    Mr.  Phippen'a
���statement, "allowed  6  per    cent,    on
outstanding  obligations  as  neceesary
to maintain the credit of the railway
Sentences Not Imposed on
Miners Found Guilty-
Crowd Disappointed.
Contrary to general expectations
sentence was not Imposed yesterday
upon   the  eleven   Lailysniith    miners
ti per cenl. on $1,878,129,09. amount* jconvicted  on  Wednesday  and  conse-
to $70,69-,745 for which there Is avail
ublo ouly total net earnings an shown
of $4412,973, leaving a deficit of $26,-
6SU.772.
"Assuming interest on $300,000,000
capital Invested In national transcontinental to be a direct charge and
to be assumed by the government
this would leave a deficit of $14,580,-
772.    An average earning   of   4    per
were agreed that the board I cent, on the amount of capital invest-
hhould be do nothing In the way Of I *'d as above amounts to $47,139,160
rat.- reduction on tbe transcontinental1 or 13.086.187 more than   total
quently the crowd which assembled
in the courl room was somewhat disappointed.
The greatest surprise came to the
wives and other relatives of the
miners who attended the court early
anticipating that they would learn mime diatiiy the fate of those near and
deor to them. Nothing whatever was
said aboul the    convicted    men.    the
Andrew Bonar Law   Repeals   Prediction���Will Listen to Any
Proposal.
London, Dec. 12.���The Times an-
| nounc.ee this morning that It Is able to
state that meetings of the party leaders have actually begun with the object of endeavoring to arrange an
agreement by consent of the Ulster
difficulty, but that no definite result
has yet been reached.
The Times explains In an editorial
that nothing tn tlie nature of a truce
Is Involved in these negotiations
which represent the first tangible
movement towards a possible settlement, but do not compel either the
home rulers or the Unionists to refrain from continuing freely to debate
the question ln publlc speeches.
The Daily Telegraph repeats the re-
COMMENCE FIGHT   REBELS MARCH
fOR PROHIBITION
Exciting Scenes in U.S. Congress   When   Member
Champions Cause.
ALLIANCE WITH
LIQUOR INTERESTS
Personal Politics Enters Situation and
Keen Debate Follows���Rule* of
House Broken.
Washington, Dec. 11.���Shattering
the rules of the house of representatives, champions of prohibition who
packed the galleries late today, broke
into repeated outbursts of applause
actually shouted from their seats as
Representative Richmond Pearson
Hobson, of Alabama, pleaded for a
resolution which would submit a constitutional prohibition amendment to
the stateB.
The extraordinary demonstration
continued unrestrained for many minutes as Mr. Hobson proceeded dramatically to discuss the    prohibition
TOWARD OJINAGA
Federals Will Here Make a
Desperate   Stand���Are
4000 Strong.
VILLA DISPATCHES
ARTILLERY TO SCENE
Will Not Leave North with Federals
Behind Him and Southward
March Delayed.
Juarez, Mex., Dec. 11.���Convinced
that General Salvador Mercado with
his 4000 soldiers, the largesi body of
federals in tbe north, is preparing at
Ojinaga, on the border opposite Presidio, Texas, to make a desperate stand
against an attack, the rebel forces
sent today an artillery regiment with
ten cannon to reinforce the 3500
rebels already approaching Ojinaga.
lines until all are completed and con
rtilions have been adjusted.
Cott of Terminals.
Mr. Phlppen said that the ('. N. ft.
terminal* at Winnipeg had recently
been valued at seven million dollara
by a leading American expert.   The
C.   P.  R. Oll   tlle  other   hand   had  ROt
lta  location  In   Winnipeg  tor nothing
and enjoys   the    advantage   of    por-
P'tiil  exemption   from  taxation   The ;
nami   thing bud happened lu  Vancou- j
ver.    The C, P, It- went in early and
got its terminal locatloon free.   The ���
t\  N   It. had gone Into Vancouver re-1
< ently  and  it   would  only  be  putting
it   mildly  to say   that   real estate    ia
not given away in that city.
In hla opening argument at tbe
afteriKon sitting Mr. Phlppen referred to statement., previously made
that the (' X. It. was being ex-
irnvagently    or    doubtfully    operated
UUd   tlUHIIfed.
"I state on thc authority of Mr.
Manna that not one dollar haH been
made out of the transfer c.f securities
which has not gone Into the mad." he
i. :iid "Not one bliare if Hie company
hai been issued exeppt for full value.
\V* an- ttlllinj; that any competent
urcountanl should see our books."
He then said he had a stat
(He  which he hoped  newspapi
present would nol  unduly emphasise,
but which would ttive the board serious cause for thought.
Capital   Investment.
The 6taleme.it showed thut tho
capital Investment and to be Invested
11,iiiscont mental
    court being  adjourned  shortly    after
or  J-,0_0,1S7  more  than    total    earn-itpenlng, on  thc  application  of A.  I).
iiiBH    by  the    road.    If  Mr   Muller's Taylor, Kt'��� who said he. was unable, . ... ,   . ,     ,    ., - ,      ,,.,      ,  .
. "dart of 0 per cent, is to be adopt- to "proceed with the South Wellington ^S.��� .'h< ^^ ��f the party' 't^f^i^^,.*^^,
ed there should b* added to the abovo  canes at once, owing  to the  sickness
deficit  of  $28,580,773    an    additional  of one  witness and  the death of an-
$3,600,000 representing ii per cent, of ic-ther.    The court wlll not reassemble
the outstanding obligations of the T.I until  Monday.
N.  R.    In this estimate the outstand-1    The convicted men nre now In the
Ing Hlock of the <'. N. R. company has jprovinclal  jail.     When  they   will    be
been omltled the fixed ehnrgea on out- 'sentenced l_ not known,
���standing obligations only being taken I Wellington Cases.
Into  consideration." |    There  are  ten  men  implicated    in
i "This Is not prophecy, it Is cold jthe South Wellington riot case which
fact*." said Mr Phlppen, after pre-;will start on Monday. Two of the
seining the statement j accused  are  in   jail   and  the  balance
"God Forbid." .are out on bail.    The men are: John
The   National   Transcontinental   Is jtartwrl^pt.  John   Copeland,   !_ambert
DELAY PROPOSED
GENERAL STRIKE
Government Mail Employees
Will Not Walk Out During Holidays.
CONCESSIONS ARE
NOT SATISFACTORY
Matter Wlll Be    Referred    to    Joint
Committee of Unions Affected���
Conferences.
| evils we dread, we shall consider it
without any regard to party advantage
| or disadvantage, but wltb sole regard
the welfare of the nation."
London. Dec. 11.���There is to be
no general strike of the 97,500 government employees tn the postal, telegraph and telephone service during
the Christmas holidays as bad been
expected. The national committee of
the Postal Workers' onion announced
thiB evening tbat action had been deferred. This information waB given
to the newspapers after a prolonged
Until the outcome of Uie"sltuaHon i 1,nt,erv,5w had taken place between a
at OJinaga   is   determined,   General ^^X���� sL^Yh���a^.tmLS.r
!_*.��,_{_, \Tiu_.- u    t.u u-      _. .Hon. Herbert Samuel, tne postmaster
Francisco \ Ilia s march with his rebel ra,  ^ r*,,*^^ Ms refusal to
army southward to Torreon and Zaca- ^n8lde^ thelr demand  for -^creased
teca8 will    be   checked.    The    rebel pa}.
leader,  now  at Chihuahua,  informed      ���_., gtuart, the men's secretary, de-
his headquarters in Juarez that   he clared tfte postmaster general's reply
would not leave the north with fed-1 to be absolutely -unacceptable to the
He ordered j men, and said the whole question will
.;the artillery sent to Ojinaga in the | now have to be referred to the na-
ucs into    ineibelle!r that the town would havi	
Bituation brought the majority leader 1 besieged,  because  the federals havel    The concessions   early  made,  the
to hiB feet with a reply to Mr. Hob-I1"1"1 extensive defences there. IpoBtmaster  general  officially   stated.
son  and  this    tirectDitated    anolause      The onl>' SunB the federals 1
son ana mis    precipua.eu    applause 10Jlnaga are thoge wh,ch they carrled j iarg. Bnd Mr. Samuel refused to eon-
with them in their retreat from Chi- stder further demands. He told the
huahua and these are believed by the men's leader that IT a strike were to
rebels to be few because the federals occur at Christmas time the country
lost heavily ln ammunition and arms Iwould. demand that measures should
in their flights south of Juarez. ibe uken to render the recurrence of
Five federal soldiers were killed today eight miles south of Juarez.
They had taken refuge tn an
adobe house when the    federals    re-
         _ _         question and  was not checked  until
port that when parliament assembles' the speaker  had  drawn  into controls February the government will take;versy    hls colleague.    Representative ,,������_._ K_,v,i.,.i h-,
up  the  WelBh  disestablishment  bill j Underwood, wbo is now engaged with j*7al ",��,p���       , ,nlm-       _
before home rule.   This wlll probably;him in a race for the senate.   The tn-i"1?. *rt'U��7K ��*nt _��� ��J,''.lBa  ln  lSe  n,ow ,  ._ . , .   _.
^^^^^^^^^^^**^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m the i belief that the town would have to be tlonal Joint committee of the unions.
negotiations   	
The only gunB the federals have at j would cost the country Bix million dol-
Anijrew  from the members of the floor
Liquor Alliance.
In the course of    his speech
Mr.
Modifies Statements.
Carnarvon, Wales, Dec. 11.-
Bonar i.aw, speaking here tonight re
pealed his  prediction that the imposition of home rule upon Ulster will, Hobson said:
result ln civil war. "We ought to have our party under-
"If the government," he continued, I Eund now while the war is on tbat
has any proposal to make which holds i |t never was intended for an alliance
out even a prospect of avoiding the|wllh the  liquor interests.    Yet there
Drayton in re-card to that company's O'Connell, Michel Pendeirast, Charles
inclusion In the statement. Mr. Pit- j Itlce, Herbert Robinton, John Res?
blado objected on the ground It was^and Walter Reid.
assumed the hiislitcf.�� to be done by i The riots in which they are alleged
ell roads would be tha seme s�� at ;to have taken purl occurred on
present   which   lie   aa'ii  "Ood  forbid " I Autost  IX and 13; In  fact on Identic
"Far be It from me to think Cansda'ally the same days as the trouble
is Ki'inr to labor under thts deficit al- broke out in Nanaimo and l-adysmith
ways." said Mr.  Phlppen. land  other mining  towns and  settle-
"1 am Showing what, conditions will :ments with the exception of Cumber-
he In IK months.   The construction of land.
a railway does nrt ln lt.��elf add one j it is alle.ced that the outbreaks In
dollar to trade vet Interest on all the different communities on August
these obligations will have to b-�� met."  12 and 13 were prearranged to occur
Kven allowing  for  ihe growth    of simultaneously on those days.
nent to the country, contiuued tbe C  N. T��. |    There ts a .host of witnesses in the
r  men |counsel not more than Sno.nno people  South Wellington cases_as there was
would  eoms Into  Canada   in  a   year.
Adding  1" per cent,  fer thli nmnb-r
the Canadian    trnftic    would    slm"'-,'
mean   reduclne   the   deficit   from   26.-
000,000 to 22.1)00.000 odd.
Reoardini West.
Counsel for" the C. N. It again ao-
In the Lady-smith onr. The witnesses
will be brought over from the inland
on Sunday so that the court will convene promptly at 10:30 on Monday-
morning.
lo   complete    tiansconlinentai    lines 1    .__
was us follows- 'pealed lo the commission not to con
c p it $626,219,094; O. T. P., sent to ths demand trow the west ror
JK-, liinl'O1I11;" National Traiisconlinent- a reduction in rates. "If the'e pw�� 0
.1 IM0 00O.000: Canadian Northern who are anxious to put n few m'-re
I'acilic 'railway, 600 mile., at $30,000 dollorB in their pocket., already bulg-
ner mile 148 000,000; Canadian Nor- lng with profits, onlv knew the rea
hern Ontario railway, north of Lake situation," he said, "they would not
KlW. 900 miles at $50,000 per ask for s reduction to the extent of a
mile $.5,000,000; additional equip--dollar
^^^^^^^^^^~   P. and  National ���
ment for the Q. T.
DOMINION ENGINEER
VISITS WESTMINSTER
  _.     ,.    ,    U.  Valiquet, supervising    engineer
.... , Mr. Phlppen added that pending tne |,_ _e opinion public works de-
-Transcontinental, $<o,000.000; uddl- completion of the two new'trans-con- |partnientf l8 |B the city. He arrived
lional equipment for the. C, N. R.. $35.- tlnental lines nothing should be done |Jot n,ght from Vancouver_ Thig
OOO 000 These ttguros glVe a total to disturb existing conditions. morning he will make a trip down the
cost of" $1,178,229,094. ���������TT rh ~ river in company with C. C. Worsfold,
 ' * '            *' ~ *" * rh��"e�� resident engineer, to Inspect the jet
The statement of earnings shewed
net earning* of.the C, P. U. $42,403,
mo    <���   T   P..  $i,691.402;   total earnings. $C.,0-.,742,  l��S�� C  P.  --���
$1,382 120, giving
Give 'em All a Chsnce.
Portlsnd, Ore., Dec. U--To   "'"'ties and  tomorrow  he  wlll examine
a balance of    $43,-
a great Democrat, a great Alabaman
who  Is  present  today  who  receutly
announced���that at least is tbe way I ..treated south more than ten days ago
rim .AAmA .v... it.. m~.���* m_. . *m i**��* --��* reports���that if prohibition Before being taken they held off sev
^l^L^K^^Z?,?*?,^,continues  to be injected  into  Demo.jer��l hundred rebel, for hours.
cratic    politics,      either    prohibition! ---�����*_ *.n*i*-Z
would be ground to the dust or theiPOL,CE REC���5'*_���0���lrJr��� _.*���
Democratic party must   die.     I take I STOLEN FROM BANK
tecond  place  to  no   man   who  loves
bis party, and let me tell you that lf
peared content to let matters drift
and that meanwhile the likelihood of
reaching a settlement by consent was
growing smaller^
GIVE CANADIAN
COAL PREFERENCE
the  Democratic  party can  only  live
such a thing impossible. This waa
taken to mean that the strikers would
be refused further employment, and
thus a blow would be dealt at the
unions.
School Board Shows Pktrio-jgjJX g*y-
tic Spirit���Keen Debate
Over High School.
Winnipeg, Dec. 11.���The police issued   a   Btatement tonight   declaring
,by Joining  with the  liquor interests I the>'  had  recovered  $1550 taken    in
to debauch the American people, then the robbery of the Plum Coulee bank
iin Gods name let It die." j recently in which Manager Arnold of
Mr. Hobson fairly shouted these j ^ bank lost his life. The police
words as he reached the climax. With ������M ��800 of this sum had been found
! arms waiving In the air. and shaking junder a -**--<-* nBar where John Kruf-
jhls head almost in the faces of mem- chenke, charged with the robbery,
jbers who sat near him, including Mr. I*18 captured yesterday.
' Underwood, he drew from the packed I A woman named Flo W illlams and
cheering. The' *wo uien said to be friends of Kruf-
^^^^^^^^^^_ the gallery in
creased the din.
chenke are being held by the police,
who hope through them to trace more
POSTPONE ACTION
o�� mum
Demands Referendum.
Mr. Hobson concluded   his   speech
by declaring he came with a petition
^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     sanctioned    by   a   majority   of   the
Chiefly for patriotic reasons the use | American people demanding a refer-
Seattle conl  In New  Westminster 1 endum on the liquor question.    The
  I about a closer tinderstandltiK between 1 U]e  dn>djlng  work  bei_lf conducted
taxes the fruit growers of the state and ttie Lj -^^ creelL
--    Industrial  welfare    commission     thej    ..McreIy  maklng , trtp of  |nBpec.
-719- -2 if I rules of which "re to apply to ������ Uon>�� declared Mr. Valiquet when In-
To this Is added the surplus net labor conditions of the fruit i���"*-���- \ tervlewed by The News. "This trip
rarnlrn of lht C. N. R. of $400,651. the Oregon State Horticultural; _ not concerned wlth ,ny new work...
leaving the total net earnings avail- society In annual convention we to-, ���_ v���|quet __. ,_.t returaed from
LmI to pay Interest on capital invest- day   Issued   a   unanimous Invitation e ud vlctorla
ment at ��44 112.973. for the members of the commission to l^ ���,, lnBpected publlc work, ^
That the 6  N. K. surplus net earn- be present so that each side ��>>1*,"*|ng conducted by the government
tJ., an1 only $400,651 was shown by have an opportunity to state Its case,
tngs are u       * *m_^_^_^_^_^ ���  'n COBT HIM NOTHING
TO FLOAT COMPANIES
Toronto. Dec. 11.���That In floating
the National Fruit and Packing company In the British market be had
valued at ��225,000 lands which, under the terms ot purchase were only
valued at ��76,000, was the admission
ot President Evans, ot the Union
Life, In the resumed Inquiry this
afternoon.
He admitted   that   praotlcally   all
public -schools wbb forbidden from this j fight of the people for this referen
time on by the school trustees at the|*'" *     " *"" --���-*���'
regular meeting last night, and the
engineer was Instructed to buy 'British Columbia coal wherever it could
be bought even If he had to pay more
for lt than American coal. The superiority of B. C. coal also caused
this action.
Trustee James A. Rennle tendered
his resignation bnt after every member present had tried to persuade him
to complete his other year of office
be ssld he would let the matter stand 1   _      _-_>_.. ��_,    �����_._.   ...�� _-<,
for a few days snd again consider It.     Tonrnto. D��e.   W.-The   IU88.6T9
A really keen debate was that be- \ *��*}������ ��* �����*��� }<--* Herman MUler.
tween Trustees Dr. Oieen and Peck wholesale hardware merchant of
when the former moved, since money (Winnipeg who died ln Los Angeles
to furnish the Duke of Connaught January 3, 1912, has been filed for pro-
high school was not forthcoming, the'bate in the surrogate court,
f urn It v re from the old high school be|   The sum ol $92,202 Is beld within
dum was an earnest one, he asserted,
and men tn public life had better
realize tt Referring to Mr. Underwood as a reactionary, he added:
"It there is a man on this floor
who is afraid ot danger," he said,
"he'd better get to cover in the next
few years."
PROBATE WILL OF LATE
WINNIPEG   MILLIONAIRE
of the stolen money.
Mostly "Wet"
Regina, Dec. 11.���Twenty-six places
in Saskatchewan voted on local option on December g. Six carried It.
The temperance forces took little interest in them, having concentrated
thetr efforts on the provincial wide
campaign.
One of the shortest meetings of tbe
license commissioners was that held
yesterday afternoon when following
a motion to lay over all applications
for new license with one exception
until Wednesday afternoon, December
31, at 3 o'clock, adjournment waa
taken.
The exception is that of James
Wise, who is applying for a license
for the new Depot hotel yet to be
built. Owing to tbe city solicitor not
having aa yet made a ruling on tbe
application by Mr. Wise, the commissioners decided to meet again on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock to make m
decision.
All of the applications set over until the end of the year are either for
-bottling or wholesale licenses.
How Westminster Will
.Benefit By University
Minister Challenges
Alderman Kellington
Would Mest Him on Publlo Platform
to Oiseuss Bottls License
Question.
Following on the   refusal   of   the
transf rred during Christmas vaca- the province of Ontario. Members of
t'on r' a cost of about $300. Tmstee tbe family In Toronto receive cash
Mrs. Cross, while not overly enthusl- bequests ranging tn amount from $540
antic, se-onded. to a life interest ln $10,000 and the
Trustee  Peck was convinced  that use of the house bere to his mother,
the money to buy new furniture and)   The   sum   ol   $14,000   Is   left   to   	
F. Wesbrook Gives Interesting to. care ter the surplus   of
'from Euro)*, and even tbe
Or. r,
Talk at Progressive Association
Luncheon.
.It Dr. P. -We Wesbrook's hopes tor
tbe new university ot British Columbia, ot which he U to be preetdeat
��*m realised, that Institution will be m
great tactor ia heiptag tn build ap a
the eity bonds must be sold. Imply- _��� benefitting. The residue ot tbe
lng even If the rate bad to be raised JtUte amounting to about $1,121,470,
Also the new and old desks would not ,�� ,.ft t0 htt .o^ c. A. M. Mlllsr
be Identical and the hardwood floors w t Cwnbridge university. Eng-
would be marked when the change was J~ . *
made.    i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*~*^m
lie to know the exact words I used on
the occasion referred to by the alder        w    	
man. After speaking of the mission-1 they had" WM~|eMe of'lands and not
ary interest ..ir. Kellington exhibited muc|, money as security for the
ln the liquor traffic, 1 said: "Any ,aha**�� the English Investors pur-
man who will hnndle a moral ques- chagl,d ofthe $150,000 raised by the
tlon purely as a business proposition Mle  the National Fruit and Packing
-,._����� ���_ __._.     Is not fit to hold a position of public Comp��r.y got $76,000 and the Agency
j e,uis�� co:nmi6S,_..<)rs to hear him at j responsibility." 1 reaftll-m that state- i__t and securities company $74,000.
t'ie meeting on Wednesday, Rev. M. ment confident thnt every lntelllgetiVI Bvsns said he controlled the
4'0'rdou Mtlviu ha* sunt u letter to moral man wlll agree with me. Iri'Agency Land and Securities oompany.
The News challenging Alderman Kell- the next place 1 would like to call the Canada Provident controlled the
in.iou to meet mm on the public plat the attention of Mr. Kellington to the imperial Loan, the Imperial Loan con-
frrm to discuss the bottle license tact that aldermen occasionally speak troUed the NaUonal Fruit and Pack-
.motion from behind   the    barriers   of tbelr ,ng comply.
ii��v   Mr   Melvin In a sermon re- official position when there Is no op-i   ��y0��� controlled them all?" asked
nmiil' made certain remarkB   about' portunlty for the party Involved   to|Mri Masten.
Vi ��rman Kellington and It was for reply.   My pulpit Is no more protect- j   ..yes,"  said  Evans.    He admitted
hls���   reason   snd   hts   refusal    to ��d than Alderman Wellington's place that It had eost him personally noth-
.nrinaian that   permission   was   not in the council chamber.   But If the lng to float all these companies,
frontedi him to address the commls- gentleman Is sincere end unafraid to
K��� on the   granting   of   bottle discuss this question then I challenge
ItoSEL under th Temended bylaw.      him to meet me on the publlo plat-
ThTwtowlntto the'letter received form where he will have ample op.
ine loiiowms portunlty of replying to me   and   of
making clear his lame reasoning   tn
reference to the   question   of bottle
licenses.
Thanking yon*, Mr. Editor,
Tours,
(Signed)       M. OORDON MELVIN.
Dr. Oreen said tt might be two or
three years before this happened and
to leave pupils laboring under disadvantages of the old school while the
new building could be used, was a
shame.
When the motion wss put Trustees
Mra Cross and Dr. Oreen favored.
Trustees Peck and Rennle did not,
and Chairman Trapp's vote against
It was needed to detent the motion.
Matters of school mansgement and
maintenance occupied much of the remaining time.
**a**-*-**m*mnms**t*****-t*m*!- i-iL-. ...maaiB
Ths Proper Bplrlt
Hamilton, Ont, Deo. 11.���A canvas*
of the big captains ot Industry here
today revealed a very optimistic view
ot the industrial situation notwithstanding the cry of hard Umes.
Warmest hi Yeara.
Regina, Dee. 11.���Hockey, eurllng
aad lee racing have to be postponed
on account of mttd weather. OM
timet* say lt is tha warmest December
tor JO years. ^^^^
to saake Ita whole lit* nearer perfect
than It otherwise oanM po-ssiMy   be
without that InsUUiUon.   Ra people.'Doctors warn
IU admta-stmt-on, ahd Ita alms will *"*
be better and thrpnth Its snttr* tshrto
will be ����m Ideals thu Wfll hold all
d bnaehe* ot Its pat-He together in ooMlstent e-foct toward a
|b*Usr society.
"Westiuiastsi a ctty nf M*sss*.
President Wsstoooh apok*   '
yesterday:
Dear Mr. Editor,���Would you kindly
allow me space to make a tew remarks In reference to the notion of
Aldsrmsn Kellington at. last night's
meeting of the license commissioners?
in th* first plaoe I would Ilk* the pub-
FIREMEN WILL HOLD DANCE
TO HELP CHRISTMAS FUND
________________    Untied
States aad perhaps Asia." he snld, **-
plaining how rural parte of Eastern
Canada wer* becoming depopulated.
Forestry wai needed, tor experts
must ear* tor - th* timber la B. C
Maay fields ot
engineers. There era*
architecture to be developed.
PwMic Health.
Mor* important than people :
ed to think, was puM�� bea-Rfc tsr
what good war* aataral S*aouitea ito
!n dead man or a sWt  one  elUwrf
tl_B>��y**slvssa*ori^y*Hs<|ikM*d   a, pn
at tsacheon at Vh* Rssssjl hotel -> ���liminslsiil nl
New Wsstm-oster and th* M*w Vht-'m?luiaawfc*
varsity" aad   devoted   his   op*aia�� loak-nc to
��enton*��a to praise ��r thU city. It.,***,,!*
waa om ot tho** w**t*t�� ywnttaa, an wwUat ht
indnstrtal ��W. oa* when* toto ot UskhH
 I* ___m
torts ih*y msd*: to heep people w*B r
w*r* of their ���** instknUsm. mt"-'
om sbooM nmk Witt to* ���*-%-** ���.
maiatato-b*sll&
"W* at* psced at British
here *0 to* adnentloa mt f"
is ptetty ���**��*, * hit and i '
It wm nhMC toM tsasht
mea wera engaged -to ssahtog tttoto always
tor ihamsstvea and toalr ��sB*wb It mm to
wMntostosftoB ****** ****** >�������� w*Mtl
ot tt ��� Bito�� wHgnlfnril MBtoah tt ���
w!
.
li
��.l
ConeMlatlen Board.
Ottows, Deo. 11.���Mr. Justice Haggart, ot Winnipeg, has been appointed
by the minister of lsbor as chalrmsn
ot the conciliation board tn connection with the dispute ot th* machinists and boilermakers of the O. T. P.
trom Port Arthur to the Pacific. The
other members ot the board sre Wm,
Cross and J. C. Murray, ot Winnipeg, long wny
Since Rome went   vp   in   ����oh* Um*. Md, ltto ����� tow^j^ Wn*1
th*r* hav* been firsmsn's dancss, but JUJMM}.*:"~       ' ~ *
the one to be held hy to* loeni bias* ��-r|wW_.
battters on December IA is going to
mak* nny old ooort lsve* *v*r held
look Ilk* m aueUon Md* in Chinatown. ^sr'
Tas, everything oonsldered, it wfll
be some ball nnd om wfclch will ope*
and elOM with SMttth ��clatt*r to
kssp th* *oho* to w����*reatloa torn
Xai. way down to* ntotntor shaft et
T*:^fr��--*vr^ ������
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mi*m PAGE TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER  12, 1913.
:.^':,vfi5rE<-t
t****f*tt -    ^-J^^-;-rl3sTER7      -**!ri*A .
I leas directly under stats authorities, sldsrsble money in their possession, jtuted lo keep hlm from proceeding to
innd state aid was granted to needy The amounts tbey  claimed  to  have oollecl th* tax.
Iootnmunities., In 1&90 nil compulsory had when thei reached the olty rang-     By following   this   procedure   tho
j education legislation was unified, and ed all the way from $20 to $200.        matter win go direct to tba supreme
'by a scries of devices responsibility "These   men   nre   not   criminals, cohrt for   a bearing   and   a ruling
was  entailed  on  parents, employers judge,  Slgman   declared.   "They   are wtthoul the neoesslty ol lower courl
mm Frater vaUttti.  Published eesry morninD seoapt stoiriini by ths Notfimrii Printtsp I makes evasion of this obligation im- them  no doubt  with   families,    and     li Is believed thai the case wlll gel
���Kd PuMMrt-V Company, Limited, ��t 63 UcEstiSit Street, Sc-.r  tfrafmiiintsr, Hritish  possible in the case of iiersons of set- lhey   nro   in     difficulties     Simply   be-   before  the supreme  cum!   next  week.
voiumtta.                                      robb 80TBBRLAHD, VonoflHg Director,        tied habitation, and almost Impossible cause ihey cannot    obtain    work ��1  The disposition of tho matter affects
All nnmuvlcntions thoixld bt sitdresscd to The New Wr.stmlnttcr 71-1,13. and not   |n (***- of  shitting  people,  like  canal pn sent."                                                           Alaska   puckers   who  ship   frozen   flsh
tamxil*-***! msnlnri ot ths staff.  cheque*, drafts, ond money nrtters should he made boatmen, etc. Two With Responsibilities,           to the canneries ou the sound,
*�������.'���' u> 3d. .vrniunoi Printtop ��'ui PutHsMs* Company, Umltsi. i   Compulsory education   i�� Oermany ���   'How many of you are contributing  .
TKLEPiioNKs���itittintat ogle* s��4 iittnugtr. lit; tiditmiui Koonu (on dspdit- todaj  baa Hie following inarkeii fi a- anything to the Bupporl ni .'. mother,
a***is). tm.                                                                                                  tures:   except  in the eases of snme wife, or any member of your family*" M'BRIDE'8 STATemcnt on
KBBOMPTlO^XATa*^j^**iri*r_U prr ,eur. Sl f<.r l��rm months. .Uo prr\ti, |l(.||v, s, all children must Compll le Bodwell Inquired.                                                         LADOR   EXCLUSION   ORDER
tin elementary oourse of study or at- Only one man oul ot twenty-four                         ���     .
t                                                             tend   until   11.     Afier  tliis   lhey   must in  llle dock  raised his hand,   lie said       Victoria      lice    IL    "The
* --             continue In school unless   regularly that bs had sent $60 to his mother In
FRIDAY   MORNING,   DECEMBER  12,  1913.                                 j employed;   and  in   mosl   parts  of  the the   Kast   some  : inn-  ago,
..nuiii-e those   employed   must, until "How many ure married?" Bodwell
they reach the ages of 17 or 18, make asked.
a minimum of attendance al contlnu-l   One elderly mnn raised his hand,
atlon scliool, an amount  whloh may "Living with your wife?"
���MmtV      B'J   mill.   2->   till*   t.t'ir,   K6c  V'T  linmth.
ADVk'RTIMSU It A Iti 8 on ��jip/tcuticin.
CO-OPERATION IN FARMING.
order-in-
oounoll restrict tui; Immigration Into
Hritish Columbia for the next three
months, wlilch was issued al Ottawa
on Monday, did nol enme as a surprise to this government," was the
statement made by sir Richard Me
Tlie experience of the Okanagan  United Growers be stated in terms of hours per week -su,. lives with her eider daughter Vti-uit-
during the six months they have been marketing their pro- �� ^Zr.ilT.^. m^ *"" ' "^d "^Vi m hoSS." &�� "The question was ret, ���u to M
ducts through a central selling agency is more than enough'   Formerly  this compulsory  attend- working nnn you plead for," Bodwell f,a'tra' lla>" "K"' . s.;'"'."'" i"'"'"'"''
MTuvr-u-il  fnr ftid fnrmovo nf ihi* \ii\vnr FracPV vnllpv in o-o.   once was made in Sunday or evening remarked,   -Only   one   married,   only """   w" cmicuireii  m    lie  proposals
Warrant IOI tneiarmerSOI tne lower 1 rasei valley tQJWt I ch00,     bnt opp08ltlon a'mong p,,v;ii ��������� contributing  to anybody's    sup- *or several years paal thsre baa bee,
together and Stick together along the same lines.    The clans developed  toward   compulsory port Most of them    had    plenty of u considerable iniiux of men seeking
first set of returns from the Up-COUlltry organization are evening  school  attendance  for chll- monej when they came to town, but J����   ��jl!LnlS3 to   Zti?.   ou';
,,,            <           iJij        _  j       di on of 11 to 17 years of age, and tin- they spent i! around the saloons and wmen nas resuiieo  in    glutting   oui
not vet complete,   but   they   have   been worked OUt far teudency of recent    legislation    has staved on here until   thev    became *���*���������'���' market;  and hundreds of men
enough to demonstrate the great superiority of the co- been to require that employers should djuiituu." ^i*��� oihmWi__ ?w?h__?tal2 ,',','���
'_���           ���     ���  i              ii       i j ���    i-   -j .  1        i.             j      release their aoorentlcs for sufficient "1 approve of the move made  by our large cities, as mere nas neen no
operative principle over the old individual system under-���;,,!;1 ,,,^-M,.,u ,��� mi.(., .he re- the city and county," judge Gordon employment ottering.
Which each farmer fought his Own battles for tranSpOr- qulreinenta of compulsory attendance, said later. -Most of these men iii the "At the present time ihe construe
ia.w.n    nvii'bt��  nnr!   nrir��Pis                                                                          '. Kor apprentices  In  some  fields  com- deck today  were not criminals.  They tlon camps ol lhe railroad companies
i-uiim,  tiiBij-ew .um jjiiLcn.                                                         ^       pulaory attendance is obligatory until have been foolish, to be sure, bul so nre  well  supplied  with  men,  and It
Specialization IS a feature 01 the age and CO-operatlon n, in others until 18,   When It is re. have a great many of us who never was In order to minimise the chance
is a form of snecializinir    Prooerlv worked out in the called that the typical German must, appear In  the police court  charged of a large number of newcomers bets d. mini ul Bpewaj-iau-g.    i tup-eny  wwawi uui nt  uie           ^            D iwo more           ()f witll vagrancv.   They   8hmiU1    bav9 |ng thrown on the bounty of the peo-
lower l1 raser Valley It Should prove a great boon to the Lompu'lBory    service    in    the   army, saved their money,   and    so   should pie of our cities thst the passage '(
growers  and  WOUld   in   a  Verv   Short  While   amply   rePaV Which  is In effect, 9 school, it  is evi- many other people, but  Improvidence such  an order  v.as approved  by  this
-         -                ....            .���                                          i   ���               ���>   (lin,|   tllat   ,i1(,  j,,,..,..u*   ���t   compulsory Is not a crime,    lt is wrong to semi government.
education  tor German  children    is  u these men  to Jail,    It  does  no  good.:    "The order is at  best only tempor-
|ll  the city  and  county   eau   provide ary In scope; and I feel tlmt th,, time
Possessing exquisite freshness and a
fullness of flavor not fad in other teas
CEYLON  TEA-"Pure and Clean to a Leaf"
BLACK, MIXED OR I Sealed Packet. Only
NATURAL   GREEN I  Beware of Imitation!
ions one
them for the trouble of getting together
The soil of this section of the province can and does
produce grains, grasses, roots and fruits that will hold
their own anywhere.   In the majority of cases these pro-lie it U/Apj(C HF
ducts are bringing in good profits, but, with co-operation, II   II   VfUfiltJ IIL
the returns would be bound to be much larger.
Packages made up of lower Fraser valley products
and so marked would soon win their way into the best
markets and in time they would have set a standard that
less fortunately placed imitators could not hope to attain. ;Ycun3 Seattle inventor perfects De-
With the name of the district once well before the buyers
it would be no difficulty to at all times secure top notch
prices even in the face of keen competition, for the simple
reason that this section can deliver the goods.
The plan would work out advantageously in more
ways than one. It would assure the farmer of a steady
demand and it would guarantee the buyer first class goods.
The Dublin strike situation is still like the grains in
the boarding house coffee, unsettled.
Philadelphia has over five hundred vacant lots under
cultivation by poor families. The trouble with some poor
families is that this isn't the time of year for cultivating.
"It is expedient," says a despatch, "that the importation of arms and ammunition to Ireland be prohibited."
It's expedient all right, but is it possible?
work for them, 1  think  it  will be a sei  aside for iis    enforcement    v.ill
Igood thing.    1 do not think ihat it prove the wisdom if this oourse of
will result In a*great Influx of tramps acini, nnd give the Dominion govern
ito this city." ' ment an opportunity of seeing wheth-
It v.as the belief of   most   of the t ���in*-- further ste_p Bhould be taksn
m>    nr   _���>   iirv��ii-/rr\ members of the police department in reBlrlcUng our Immigration along oar-
!    RP   I Am tNl/ll! "ourt lhat the release cf the men was tain defined lines."
L   UL   vnllUlliLLU * grievous mistake, and that the tsed- _______-____________-________-_-___._��____
! ing  and   employing    ol     tbe   alleged
  vagrants by tlie county and city was
a bad move.
"It wlll result in the city being
iio de.i with tramps,'' said cm* i (
the patrolmen, and he seemed to
voice the general sentlme it of the
police. "As soon as the won! goes ont
thut there is hoard and lodging 'o be
hod lier,-. the city will be flooded
with tramps from every pari cf thc
country-"
Grand Trunk Pacific Steamships
Prince Rupert and Prince
George.
Mondays and Thursdays ,tt mid-
ilium   in,*   I'iihc"   Rupert.
'I'm inlaw-,   niiii   Saturdays   al   18
iniilniKii!   for Victoria  and Bi-itlli.
niiiliiij'.lii   for
Tli'irx.l ������-1
Granby Buy,
Friday,   Di
niKiii for ii
points,
Monday,   Dso   Uth,  at   li   mid
IllKllt   tm    Sl,'Willi   Hint    M.i-s, I
ISth,    nl    12
��� n Charlotte Is
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC.
trains   oonnsct   at   Prtnos   Rupfrt
with Mond u* and Tbut "i ��� ���  ���-������ at
i rn   front   Vancouver   iur  Tarnu *.
Hi*., mm.   siiiHIi.i**.   mixed   ir.tlii.
in  iinii-  l_ake  iiiii!,' 100, i
GRAND   TRUNK    RAILWAY
trains conned
ll .     from thi
S.UROP
;.i  Chicago w-ith
Wl sl
Ticket
-i ..   st
ivn thi in
unit   In
mslllp 1	
II
m wish   ���*.%���
Wa  will   be  glad   ta
Itinerary fui- ymir appro
WW
W.  E.  Duperow,  C.A.P.D.     H. G
527  Granville  St.,  Vancouver.
Smith, C.P. 4 T.A.
Phene   Sey.  B134.
vice to Cu*. Out Peevishness
on Party Phons Lines.
To Restore
Good Health
'Seattle, Hec. 11.���Arthur F. Brick-
Son, - young Seattl-, electrical student,  is the inventor of a:i appliance
Assigned  to eliminate 9.-. per cent, ot   r.NNcR|Eo PLAN TO
the   peevishness   ocacsioned   by the tANN"Hit3      _T.V_..A, .,n*. ���*.v
use of the tlephime.    With his inven- F1HJ[ SALMON TAX
Hon In use, Mr. Erlokaon believes, tei- i    ,,,..,        ,       ....
ephone  tempers will  be  vastly sweet- '���     Bellingham,   Dec    11.���At   a   confer.
,.���,.[ jencc between Attorney Ian H.  Had-
The young inventor got his Idea from  1('>'' "' t!lls    ci,5-    representing    the!
several exasperating experiences with  Alaska Packers   association and other
the evils of the so-called party line, flsh companies of the state, and At
Why not. he thought, work out some  torney K. S.  Mct'ord. of Seattle, alsi
'system whereby only one person can representing  large  canneries,  it   was
i use a telephone line at once?   He sup-  decided to resist the order of Qover-
j plies    the    answer    to    the question,  nor Lister directing    the    state    flsh
j "When   is  a   party   line  not   a  party commissioner to collect a BO-csnt ton-I
line?" nage against all salmon taken from '
Four months of work In his room at traps or by si*ilin?�� in* tin waters of
j 17(17 Belmont avenue, which be fitted the sound and Alaska. This tax ls In1
[up into a work ship, resulted In the addition  to the regular    license feeo
  , ! perfection of his  idea,  which  lie  has  p.lin by  trap owners and  purs,,  selo-l
In everv one thousand marriages solemnized in Great P_.te;'od' making a special trip   to eMi   Attorney   oeneral   Tanner has
Washington  fort he  purpose. ,_.*,,,, |h.��� th(. law a���pUea 0���iy t��� per-:
The apparatus is simple, it is small. ttho b���v tri.sll ,������,,,  .,..,,  in ,llr:1
weighing less than a pound, ami ean      tnil tl,em. "and that the  large trap!
easily be earned  In  the hand. Is j , exempt-
only a few minntes   work to install it.     , ,        ,,    ', ,   '
:.:    Inventor says, and the cost wll hed trom tha ia*
,       - -     , ���       .     . ,      t"     ���        ' i-        ���       ,Jbe very small. Th4 apparatus consists     A wk ago Oaverao  btodtet.
day in spam bv eating bad meat.    ThatS adding insult  of two electro-msgneu  with armature od llK' Prosecutor of this county to
���-   -        -     - '       .*...,       .     .        . .      ... contacts. act  for  lh'-   fis!l  commissioner and1
"It Is simple in construcUon," savs bring the matter to an issue, and as
  Mr. Brlckson, "and  r ilxes no read-i* res,llt  of lh" conference  today,  In
An exchange says that suicide as a cure for hopeless ,u\t,nent <lf 'I'" wephone wires or wtich the county attorney took part, j
i ��� ,1 -        -      -i ci i_   -i       i       i i _        i     instrument,    lln-  electro-magnets  -'���
love is a common thing in Japan,   homebody should teach tract the armature which break th
Britain twenty-one are  between  first cousins.
Britons must together stick.
All we
A hundred and five persons were poisoned the other
in spain by eating bad meat.   That's adding ins
to injury in these days of the butcher's golden fleece.
The first thitifj to do is to correct the minor ailments caused
by defective cr irregular fiction
of the organs of digestion and
elimination. After there organs havc becn put in good
working order by timely use of
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
(Thn tsrgsst Stls et Any MsCklis hi Iks SMS)
better digestion results, snd then
the food really nourishes and
strengthens the body. Thu lirst
dose gives relief nml Bounder sleep,
quieter nerves, und improved action
of all tho bodily organs are caused
by an occasional use of lieocham'a
-'ills. They (;ive universal sutiafac-
tion and In safety, surer.ess and
quickncsu of action  Beecham's Fills
Have No
Known Equal
Sold t verywbrrs..    In boxea, 25 cud.
TK�� direction* with every
bom �� > very vaiuabU.
For the Christmas Holidays
THE
Will sell tickets to points In Washington, Oregon.  Idaho  and  British
Columbia at oil.  fare md one-third for the round trip.
ON SALE DEC. 18th to 24th
RETURN LIMIT, JAN. 5th.
Low Round Trip Fares to Florida
Tickets on sale Dee. 9, 16, 23, 30; and Jan. G, 13,
20 and 27.   Return limit, April 30th, 1914.
GOING TO EUROPE?
We hunk through via Oreat Northern nnd popular Steamship
lines from New York, Boston or Portland, Secure tickets und
berths of
F.   C.   MEYERS,   Agent.
New  Westminster,  B.C. Phones  2��3,   341,   1296.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
the Japs that little saving about the number of good fish hr��at*ct or; fl-*'-;:--'"r- ���>"������ entitled to
,,., , t, ,     ,, *'     **> �� the use of the line.
still left in the sea.
"The appliance  Is Installed at  the
junction  point where th    party lines
,,,,,. i     ���_ i      i it i   wii      tUverpe,  and   It  operates   no   matter
Bottle licenses don t bother the Mexican general, Villa, how long these party lines may be.
To keep mescal from complicating the situation he issues!The m;mi,!' ,,";rr'1 =f"    ��� ��� ">e u��;
iFi.______._iVi l i j -    ! n rrf'Prin!,f' to ;i call, thnt telephone
a cordial invitation to all booze buyers and vendors totheconrei the only one on the party
stand up in front of a firing squad and demonstrate howl11""; *hk'h,.i9 ���'-"-':"i with central,
x   *    _, i i    ii  _    _i_ ���    -l   _ iln(i tn" Others are automatically cut
many perfectly good bullets they can assimilate. out.  tms prevents the other parties
^^_^, ^wuvvxwuw^^w^���JVWWWVV^vvvvv^w^ ��� on  the  line  from  being  able  to  usS
'vw"'"'     " "       ... ||^ antj ^ ^ made Impossible for any
st**** I W7 J _.     ____l *    ___ l��nH t0 listen to the conversation of
*\*t*ompulsory t-aucation 0&*h__?,7tos ���* *���-*f*���<���*��� *��-* *��
M *r i attached to t:ie wire m u tew minutes,
__ _   ^_ _ iThis would  prove a boon In offices,
and Its Rapid Growths
��� Mr. Brlckson haa lhe tacking of J.
V. Btfck, a local really dealer, who
by a numher of tests convince,! himself that ths Invention is practical ll
is hoped to interest telephone companies ;n the aiipliar.ee
Dominion Trust Company
VANCOUVER. B. C.
flflY VAGS LET
LOOSE IN SEATTLE
Judge   Tries   Experiment   of   Allo'vin;
Thoss Willing to Work to Go
F-ee.
ConiiiulBory education had Its roots ichildren to school."
and criKin In   Oermany    during tht      "School is to he attended   dally in
Lutheran    reformation    which    took   *'lnier, but In summer st Isost twice
place In the firrft half of the sixteenth
���.. ,, ,. , --In   coses   win re  the   parent-   have
century.    The reformation, as voiced   ,������ .������ ������ ,ms (i) w MJ    |ml,,1] ������.
by  Luther and others, stood  annus  r,.. ig t��� bs paid from ths community
���other ihings ior "universal education  funds."
supported    and    controlled    by    the       In  1763 appeared the general coun
stau." try school  regulations, which unlled
Luther himself perceived ths logic lhe various existing ordinances relat-
al nre Mlty of compelling negligent Ing to compulsory attendance. Thej
or eellisb parents to procure idu-.a- ptovitle for the aire., uf oompulsory
tion tor their children, and the obll- schooling, the fees that might be im-
K.iiiunu of communities to osslsi posed nn negligent parents, and thi
nc.dy parents in this respect, "lt b" obligations of communities to educate
conns eohncllmen and nlagistrates," I the children ot destitute parents
lm enid nearly 400 years ago, "to [These regulations, elaborated under
���watclt over youth with unremitting I l-'r.-di rick the (ireat, were slightly
care and diligence." [better  trom   time   to   lime,   hut  they      Seattle,   iiec,   11     M-,r->   than   KftJ
limvorsal education nlong the lines.made frcm the outset a oomprohen- unemployed men, arrested on vat:
cf vi macular studies followed grodu- slva system of school control. In rancy charges, were released from
ally after the reformation, and within many respects ihey have required no the police court by Judge .lohn 11.
200   years  afti.i-  Luther's  death   lhe cbatige lo this day. tloidon when ut attorney, Harry  Big
principle    of   compulsory    education j    It may not be though; that every   man, retained by Jeff Davis, Informed
being put into practice.    As long ago  when   tbis  desirable  legislation  was the  Judge  that  the  county  and  cily
ns lClfi Bohool attendance was made  *i|uf.;iy  enforced     Local    authorities had piovlded $l-,r,i.(i to supply work
compulsory  in  Weimar  for    all  chll-  often  ignored  it:    and  there    was a for  lbe   llown-and-outers  nov.   congro-
dren  between  the  ages  of  li  and   12   period   when  even     the    minister  of;gatod iu the city-
years,   in ifi'i- the   same   principle Btate   (Woellnsr In  1794)   undertook     The men, arrested at    nighl    and I
���was adopted al  Ootha,    In  177.1 com-  disiinrlly   reactionary   measures,   lint !early  in  lhe  morning on   llle  Btreets
pulsory attendance was made effecb all subsequent rulers who sought the'and sleeping on the floors in various]
lve in Saxony, tbe ages embraced be   well-beiug of the people favored, snd cheap lodging   l."uses,   trooped inti '
ing from tin* fiiiii lo the fourteenth   usually    secured    complalnce    witb, lhe dock In    batches   ranging    from
year. compulsory education legislation. four lo twenty-four i.i number.   Oni
Ab early ns 171?.. 800 years Bgo I In passing. It may be noted that and all, they Insisted that worll waB
precisely, King Frederick William tl"' gem nil code of 17'.M contained unobtainable lit the present time
peroeived with dlssntlsfnotjon that one provision which, In modern ttmei Aided by si -man. the attorney, atif
"parents, especially in the country, comes to be a final step m compula Jeff Davis, judge Gordon weeded tht
provo negligent ln sending their chll ory education, "Hie instruction It Sheep from��lhe goats, freeing thi
ciren i/�� school, In eonsstjuenee of school must be continued until thi men who appeared to be willing :���
which negligence the poor youth nre child is found to possess the know! work if given a ch.ine.e, and senti ���"���
kept in gross Ignorance conce.niin'.' edge necessary to every rational be lng the ch'roftfc loafers and saloon
rending   -writing   ami   i"iphe-,''ngi ��\ lng" .loiterers to tlle  stockade or the o!tj
veil as that ��liich eotn-erns the weal      Subsequent   slops in  the    develop   Jail,
and salvation of their souls." ment ol   compulsory   education    It      it \<rst significant that most of the
In 1717 tlie king Issued the first Prussia an mainly mutters of detail men v.ho appeared In lhe dock, when
law of compulsory attendance for in 1SH8 feet weta abolished. The i questioned by Acting City Attorney
Prussia, it orders that, "hereafter, tension of ProsBtan authority ovei Bodwell, testified that thev had come
-A-hcrcver tin re are schools In the acquired provinces introduced many to Seattle from some jc',, with convince the parents shall be obliged, difficulties, which resulted In tiring the fish commissioner will be enjoin-
U_',der severe penalty,  to Bend    their  ing  all  types  of  education   more  or cd, or a  request on  that  llne  insti-
Revenue Account for Ten Months,
Ending October 31, 1913
To Interesl at B per   cent   per   annum   on
< apltal paid up to  ���
30lb   .'-iirll,   1H13       40,178.50
���  th  June,  1918       40,169.26
30th Eepterabsr, 1913       41,868.97 $ 128,191.78
To Balance us shown in Balance Sheet,
66,406.17
8188,596.89
Uy llslanco brought forward from Dec.
31st,  1912    vi'"
Add Adjustments uud Sundry Items sKpltc
able to past year  	
liy Net Revenue, Including Interest on In-
ve-tmems after deducting neneral expenses and lntei ent on deposltor-a' accounts
I-.18..1..
1,955.34
17.144.49
171,452.40
|1HK,5'.U.IJS
Balance Sheet as at October 31* 1913
LIABILITIES
To llm Shareholders:
Capital:
Authorised  $5,000,000,00
Subscribed   2,600,000.00
Paid   Up    2,108 0-4.84
Reserve as at December 81, 1912    800,000,00
Protit and Loss Balance      66,405.17 82,969,460.01
Deposits  and  Uninvested  Trust   Funds $1,883,749.67
Clients        4oa.8L'si.iri      ,
Deposits and Uninvested Trust Funds! 1,882,740.67
Sundry Creditors        213,642.24 $1,999,221.06
Guaranteed Klrtt Mortgage Investment Certificates    4:17,400.75
$5,450,071.82
Contingent Liabilities us Ouarantor of Loans, Bonds and
Investments         835,70:!.2fi
AS8ET3
Investments!
Mortgages and Secured Loans nnd Accrued
interest    $2,442,702.40
Municipal uud other Bonds and Debentures
and Accrued Interest   803,671.53
Shares in other Companies  577,778.05
Sundry  Investment!     31,950.34 $3,850,002.32
Sundry Debtors, Including advances to Bstates 1,071,227.24
Cash on hand and In Uanka   86,729.01
Quaranteed Flrot Mortgage   Investment   Securities   442,113.26
$5,466,071.82
4) FRIDAY,  DECEMBER  14,  1913.
;_ NEW WBSTMINSfER NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
MUEIC.
MltS. I.I.LA C. HAItllV. THSACHBR Dl
Pianoforte; :'i_ Kmry .St., New West
mine tor.
AUDITOR   ANO   ACCOUNTANT.
II.   J.   A.    UUKNItTT,    AUDITOR     ANI
Accountant, T��l. H.  i_v i:  ., liar
Bloak.
1'. M. Hmlth. W. J   Urov.��
AUDITHHH AND ACCOIIN'I'ANTH.
Wniu   urn], ituki'ii    In    cily    uni    ouo-lil
IHilnm    211-12   Wralmlnater   Truat   lilili
l'lum.'  sst.    P. <>.   Dox  mi.
Companies Would Prevent
Mortaging of Policies
Insurance   Men   Plan to  Put  an   End  company  could  afford   to socept
one thousand persons ihat pais a
io Thic Practice���Claim  it Embarrasses Them In Meeting
Obligations.
FRATERNAL.
NTKKNATIONAI. 8TKAM AM> Ol'Hlt
io ',*���: Bnglnaera, Lki-iiI IHS, meeta Ir
l���ibi,r Temple every flrnl uiul tlilr-t
Thursday of tlie month. 14. McLuiistilln
to -I,lint     \V.   C.   HllillliliiH,     ��,(T,'liiiy
I'   II.   llox  bill.
NKW WKMl'MINBTBl. I.OIKIE NO I
B. A P. O. of Rika ot the D, uf C, mm
tlu< firm imd third Thurnday ut S p. m
K. of P. Mull. Klsliih strost A W'lll
nmy, Kialt-d Ituler, P. H. Hmlth. hoc
retary.
lm O. O. M., NO. S64-MKKT8 Ot
Hint. ��"i'unil. third and fourth Wediwa
duy In tmch month Ht 8 p. en
In llm Minn,' Hum,-. H. J. lA-nmy
dictator: W. J. (.rov,-*, aeoretan
HiisdquartSrs of lodge In See iIiiiim
i-iiriier of Fourth and Carnarvon aireeti
1 O Q, P. AMITY LO..l_K NO. 17���Th
n-milur m-Mtln* of Amity lodsa Ni
IT. I. O. O. F.. la held every Mond*
night at ��� o'clock In Odd Kollowa' Hal
corner Carnarvon and Ktalith atreet!
Vim ting brethern cordially Invitee
R. A. Merrlthew. NO.; H. w. Bungatei
V. (I.: W. C. Coatham. P. O.. recoril
lng ��i creiarv: J. W. MacDonald, flnan
dul aeoretary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
W. K. KALE8���Plonaer Funeral Iilreeto
ond Kmliullner. Ill-lll Agnea atreei
opiMifiL. Carnegie Library.
R nuWKt.f, (SUCCKHHOn TO CKN
1,-r A llnniiu. Ltd )���Funeril director
and initial mem. Parlora 406 Columbd
alr-Ht.    New  Weatmlniiter.    Phone  (ll
BOARD  OF  TRADE.
BOARD OF TRADB���NKW WKHTMIN
ater Mniiril of Trade meeta In the hoan
n.._n, city Hall, aa followa: Third Frl
.lay of "ach month; quarterly meetlni
on Hie third Friday of February, Ma]
Auguat and November at 8 p m. An
mi.,I mi-etlnga on the third Friday o
February. C. H. Btuart Wada.
tary.
any
glv-
Street corner In the busmes i en-
Ier of any of our laige cities on a
working day and obtain from these
lives a favorable mortality experience,
it is reasoned that a thousand Hvcb
engaged actively In dally pursuits
should give a fair average and naturally would not Include many seriously Impaired lives, If any. There would
be un absence of moral hazard, as it Is
reasonable to assume that such a
selection  would  be free of fraud and |
���peculation.
"If a favorable experience could be
obtained from a thousand active persons passing a street corner, as f.tat-
ed, It would ii'tm that those selected
by an employer by rigid preliminary
tests and finally by demonstrated capability for regular and satisfactory
work, would furnish much safer risks."
"Life Insurance as an Aid to Husl-
ncss" was discussed In a paper prepared by fleorge I Cochran, of l_o:.
Angeles, Cat
"Until within recent years life Insurance has been urged largely us a
means Of domestic protection," he said.
"However, a new field lias now opened
aecrt
PU3LIC    STENOGRAPHER.
SPECIFICATI0N8,   AORKEMBNT8   Of
Hale, fji-edi, Kuaine-ia Ix-tlem. etc. ; dr
culm work apoclfillnt. All work atrlctl:
(iinfl.ii i.n.il. H. Barry, room 411 Weat
mlnati-r Truat Blk.   Phone IDI.
PROFESSIONAL.
OO-tBOULD, ORANT A -taQOUL, BAR
I.--I-I.. Huilcltora, etc 40 Immti Stre*
N.w W.-atmlnater. O, B. Corbould. K
C.    J. R. OranL    A. B. MeColl.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON BARRISTER-1 -ht ,h*'ir Imuran
nt-law,  Bolicitor, etc.    Bolieiior fur <tw   di-prvltst   are   large  enough   to  satisTy
iunk   nt   nancouvar.    otttsgsi   M��r-1 iome of their mors expensive desire*.
,:���,l,l��   H.mk   Hilllillng.   New   \\ i-atrnlne- ',... ..i.i,--   f,)r__,,_    tbe
ter    UC.    T-I.'i'h.ini'   N'>    mto.    Cuule    *��*i **xamv   rorgei   un
sddreaa    "Johnston."    C"de    Western | pose for  whieh  thej   t*
Union
New York, Dec. 11 - Steps to stem
tho rapid increase ln tlie mortgaging
of life Insurance policies by policyholders throughout the country are
being considered by the association
of life insurance prcBldentB, which
tlon here today. About three-fourths
of lhe Insurance In force In American companies is represented by thc
BXSOUtlves In attendance!. More than
tlve hundred anif fifty million dollars
have been borrowed by the policyholders from the reserve funds, which
amounl to about three and a half billion dollars
One suggestion submitted to the
i nil'., ntlon loday Is that loans on
policies should be made with a promise tO pay at a dlnflte time. At presort only about one Idan Is ten Ih repaid, the ri-Btilt being that the insur up, and life Insurance Is being urged
ace protection is permanently ra- as a protection Tor bin*iness interests. '
duced iu thi majority of Instances Business Insurance is most commonly'
where loans are made. dlcusssd under the head of partnership j
Figures presented lo tho conven- Insurance, where a number of part-,
tlon showed that mortgages on poll- tiers ore jointly insured under one poi-j
ci(H had Increased from :! 14 per cent. |ry which matures on the death of]
of the reserves In 1SS8 to 1�� per cent anv member of the firm, thus compen-1
In 1.12, and probably will reach IK sating the partnership for the loss of!
per cent, this year. the servie of one of its members. It has
"In  subjecting this fund   to loans,"   _]_,, heen considered  under the head
said   Arthur  B,    Childs    of    Boston,  ���f   corporation   insurance,   where    a
Mass.. "life insurance companies have   corporation   carries   a   policy  on   one.
left it open to any whimsical desires ()r mor(. ���r |ta prominent officers or
of the Insured and already too serious  employees   to   compensate    itself   In j
Inroads have been made upon it. The  caBe  0f  death.    The  principle  of  In-
Lemperament   of   the   American   pub-   surance In busineps Is universally ap-
lie differs from  that which one finds   proved as far as fire Insurance Is con-
elsewhere.     Tbls   country   Is   a   new  cerned, but oul>  partlalv In regard to
country  where development has been   Ufa insurance, and vet it would seem j
very rapid, wbeer oportunlty to make   that tlie loss of the manager of a bus-
money   is   ever  presenting   itself and   ine8s  by  death   is  just as eerious  as
where  the  ruling  ambition   Is  to nc-  the Iobs of the  property of the busi-
ilitlre   wealth.     In   such     a     country   mft   hy   flre;   and   the   prduent   man'
temptations   are   constantly     arising,   would    do    wel    Ito    protect    himself
urging  men  to invest all  their avail-   against both  risks.     My own opinion
able funds In enterprises which  mayji��� that  the principal use of business,
or may not bo profitable     In such a j insurance Is to insure the life of the1
country  this  tendency   naturally  and i parln,.ri  officer   or  employee   to   the!
easily   leads   men   to  desire   to  avoll | extent   of   the   value   which   hls   life-
themselves of all ready   mens to pro-1 represents   to   the   business,   whether;
cure funds  to  put Into such   Inviting | HUOh business is Incorporated or car-
ventures.   Therefore,  it   behooves  the.rip(i  otl a8 a partnership.    In  fact, tl
Insurance   companies   to   guard   their believe   It  is  a  greater  advantage  to
insurance   tunds  against  the  ravages [the business to Insure each man to the
of Buch a temperament. iextenl  of  the  value  which he repre-"
"We have tn this country cn extrav- '. ?���m��� rather than to group two or
again public in the most extravagant j three men together, lf the. lives of
ago.    The very people who are living | three  men   are  valuable to the  busl-
ay Before the Final
Someone said, "He who hesitates is lost. But WE say,
"He who hesitates is losing one of the greatest money-
saving opportunities that it is possible to come across.
Happy feet with our footwear at the Final of the Fire
Sale of Phillip's and Wright's Shoe Stock.
HALF PRICE
MEN'S STRONG BOOTS for the man who works; at   95e
LADIES' OXFORDS AND HUMPS, for light wear; at   95*
KIDDIES' SCHOOL BOOTS that give good wear 95*
BOVS' HEAVY SCOTCH GRAIN PEGGED BOOTS selling at 51.45
SOLID HI-CUT BOOTS that are strong; at   52.95
KIDDIES' LEATHER SLIPPERS for home wear;  for    25*
MEN'S STRONG BLUCHER CUT WORK BOOTS reduced to 51.45
GUM BOOTS���Knee length; keep the feet dry; at   S2.9S
BLACK OR WHITE CANVAS HOUSE SHOES~-At   45*
THE "AR1STO" BOOT for dressy men; price cut to  52.85
RYAN'S TAN Hl-CUT BOOT���Regular |6.00; selling for.... 53.95
LADIES' BOOTS���For heavy and light wear; at   51.45
WALK-RIGHT BOOTS���To fit the narrow path;  for   53.45
NOTE THE ADDRESS
The Popular Shoe Store
641
CORNER McKENZIE STREET
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 P. M.
FRONT   STREET
(Just below the Northern Crown Bank)
SATURDAYS TILL 11 P. M.
PHONE 208
I up to and even beyond their lucome, jne.s. why tak'' out a policy compen
pending  upon  their  Insurance tor {gating tbe business for tbe loss of any I ganulne i*asaainaquoddies left,   c.on-j
 one of the three?   Why la It not more 1 sumption   is   very   prevalent    among I
prudent to take out a policy covering them. Some of tho younger Indians
the Ions of all thr****-. lives as they jhave married whites. But the chll-
severally occur. It Ib generally ac-jdren of thtse are growing up with
cepted among bUBlne��3 men that the' the tribe, -speaking the Indian Ian-
SUCOeSS of any business depends very | guage   and   following   the   UBual   cus-
d-1.
ithe future protection of thi lr families.
'arc the very people who are mortgag-j
jusl as soon an ths '
\v V HANSFORD, HAnittsTKl; so
liriinr. tie. Cotllstsr Block,  net Columbia -nm McKnuli- Itr-Mta, N.w \��,'��l
lllllinl, r.    HO.       P.    O,    lloi    III,      Tvle
phons 34��.
WH1TB81DB BOMOKM a WHITB
���liia ��� lii��irl_i.-r�� anil 8oltcltor��. W-n
mltmOT Trout BIS.. OnlumMn tire-m
N'w W-aMmtastsr, B. c. Gaols m-i-ln1*
"Whl'eslili'." Wesuirn Uhlo-n. P. C
Drawr MO- Telephone ��9. ~. 1
Whionlil", K C.; H. L. IMmonilo. t
WhliesiUe.
J ti'rif.WELL CLUTB, B;irrt��ter-��t-la��
solicitor; etc ; corner CoHnaOla ss
McKanslo streels. New W.-^imlemie'
D   O.   P. O. Boi  111.     T.lOpl.one   711
  I
J. P HAMPTON BOI.K. BABR-STRS
BollOltor nnd Nutnry. Offlcs Har
block. SH I.-.riie slteet. New Weeui.lt*
���Ier. B. C.
MoVIIARHlK.     MARTIN     ���    CA8HAD1
Iliirllnli-Ve ernt -AillclMn. *<'b IO SH i
iv.-1'iiItii.i.t Trim Block. O. K. Mar ;
tin.   V.'.   i).   McQuarrie   *at\ Oeor-fo 1   <
t*..-H^V.
SYNOPSIS   OP   COAL  MININO
QULATIGNS.
COAI. MININU rli_i,u i,t the OomliiH
In Miuiliobs, Saikntche".,iii and Alberu
��be Yi-ston T'-rritoiy. ihe Northwest Te*
Tlloi'1'* ���ii'* In �� poriion of Ihe Provliic
/if li, nisi* I'uluinlile amy Iw leawd for ���
ieim o' Lweniy-oii�� yeara Rt ��n annin-
rental ol fl tn acre. Not more than -II
acres wUI Iw leneed to one applicant.
A l'i,! Ice'leti for S lease musl hi! mad
by ttie i.pplfcant la Deraon tn th* Afet
or SuIi-Ah-ti, of the dlatrlct In whloh It,
clxli's applied for are snuated.
In surveyed territory the land muat b
<|i>sitIi,i'c|   by  aectlona, or legs!  auh dIV
original  pur-
ok the Insur-
\ ance or they allow tbeir pelflsh de-
sires for temporary enjuyment to out-
weigh their sppreclation of the neces-
Islty for provltUni fur the future. I'm-
der such conditions the i��'i-i Interests
luf  the  public  demand  that   we  make
ilt   more   difficult   for  the   insured   to
[hypothecate tlrse funds.
"Our  present  sysfm.   moreover, of
I granting loans upon demand is an-
Iparently so Incompatible with the other functions of life Insurance that a
[change in the system in necessary
from the standpoint of the companies
I themselves,
t "Twenty billion dollars of insur-
I unce In  forOB Is provided  by the -5h
! companies organised in this country,
iiiud upon the satisfactory maturity of
these policies stands tte supcass of
ihe Insurance business,
"The .umpanlep have acepted these
obligations, not with Ihe expectation
of hell,,: caled upon to fulfill them
today cr tomorrow, but with tho Idea
.hat the malorily cf them will run
for many yirs. It la <|i'.'.:o neCOSSSty
may bt a.isured of their ability to ful-:
fill these oontraots when they fall
doe, tl tf they be allowed to Invest
their funds ln such securities as will
give an adei;nte return over a long ;
period i ' yea s and yi t at the same
time offer sufficient guarantee for future maturity."
Characterising group Insurance as
a phase of the economic and social
tendencl �� of the day for Just rcls-
llons between employer and employed.
President W A. Oay. of the Kqultable
Life Assurance society, said that this
new forui of Insurance has the double
function of protecting the families of
tbe en,ployed and rewarding efficient
and p"r?istent service.
Group Insurance.
"\\" lie thc interests of our coun-
tryiveu are lnterwov.ii, and we sre
dep' ident ono upon another, the   ef-
Inrsely u|K>n the manager, and hence itoms.   An Indian girl or boy with red
ihe succets or failure of the business'hair Is not unusual.
IIs, generally speaking, a personal mat-1    Durins; the  revolutionary war this
iter  depending   an   it  does   upon   the'tribe took sides with  th'? Americans
value of ths manager himself. iand rendered valuable aid to the bor-
"Countless examples could  be cited, der setilers for which they were espe-
to prove this statement.    Kvery busl-jcinlly awarded by the Continental gov-1
ness man can from his own experience | ernment.    During the civil war sever-
B* C.'s Hindu Troubles
Originate In India
Africa generally takes a sympathetic
attitude toward the Hindus in tha
country. In Natal there are moro
than 100.000 British Indians, and
about a tenth of that number In the
Tranovaal.
Widespread   Agitation   There   Shows j
Itself     in     Results     In     This
Province���Hindus Disloyal
al Pussamaquoadies were In the I'nion ���
army.     The   last   survivor   of   these,
Captatn   Peter   Mitchell,   died   a   few      On   Hindu   immigration   tbe   follow-
years  ago.    On   Memorial  day   their  jng  editorial  opinion  from   the  Mail
grav-,8 are decorated ,     t En,p,rCi  Toronto,  is interesting:
Are Devout Catholics. . ,
The principal Industry of these In-i    what  ls   making   Hindu   immigra-j thc country
loaeded.     The   smaller one   with   leaaldlans  is  basket   making.    FlBhing  is ��� tion   the   vexed    question    it  at  the
capital   and   fewer  opportunities  and i not  profitable to them.    Farming  is  preaent time is for certain of the do-
more   handicapped   In  a  dor-rn   ways j carried on  only  by a few  who have  minions  is    the    feeling    that  it  is
mul observation rail to mind enough
examples of business success or failure to prove the statement. Many
business enterprises have started out
side by side. Strange to say. the one
with lhe largest capital or the biggest
opportunities   have   not   always   sue*
SHOT BY COP AFTER
PEERING INTO WINDOW
Seattle, Dec. 11.���John Thomas, 18
years old. sen of Samuel Thomas,
1900 East Madison street, was shot
and seriously wounded by Motorcycle
Patrolman    J.   G.   Fuller,    at    11:30
in Natal coal mines. At first there
I was no violence, the men, women and
{children simply setting out on a stam-
I pede in the same fashion as Doukho-
, bors in this country have done. But,
| though    Rbandi,    their   leader,    has,
lagaln and again declared their inten- o'clock last night, when he refused
; lion to remain passive, and though to obey Fuller's commands to bait
��� tbey have not been aggressive, the | and ignored four shots fired in the
movement of so large a force through iair. The shooting occurred near 1118
has caused considerable Thirteenth avenue, the residence cf
disorder.     It ls   contended    in   the C. G. Peterson.
Hindus'   behalf  that the  L'nlon  gov-     Mr.   Peterson   telephoned   twice  to
ernment   premised   to   have  the   tax [police headquarters about  11 o'clock
than  I's larger and  more substantial - home gardens.    The big game of for-  backed   by    a  propaganda    in  India iabolished.      Gokhale,    one    of    the;that a man   was   peering
rival has. by tn  bcieflt of good man-1 mer days has gone too far north for itself.    The suspicion that there are f moat  prominent  native  members  ot
Sgement, made a conspicuous success. I them.    The  taking  of seals,  whales j employed  In  its  behalf    methods of jthe    viceroy    of    India's    legislative
The only  way  to  protect a  business ! and porpoises, which was once a prof-. agitation  like tbose    resorted    to to J council,   has   greatly   interested  him-
agalnst the hiss of good management j liable  Industry  for  them,  is  now    a | iSCBen British power in India will not'self in the matter.   He visited South
is either to replace the deceased man-1 thing of the  paat  except  for a few | the  more   dispose  Canada   or  South : Africa, made a close study of condl-
Africa to  receive  Hindu  Immigrants | tions there, and had Interviews wtth
with open arms. 'members of  the  Union  government.
In South  Africa  a passive    resist-,who, he says, led him to believe that
HRcr Ly another one equully good. or.
' if possible, to cover the loss hy the
j proceeds of a life Insurance policy."
INDIANS ElECT
OWN GOVERNOR
Passamanquoddies of Maine Are Not
Fierce Warrior* They
Uaed to Be.
the
Kastport, Mc. Dec. ll.���The largest of the only two tribes of genuine
IndlanB in Maine Is the Fassamaquod-
dy of Pleasant Point reservation on
���Inns of sectlona, and In unaurveyed te'
rllory the tract applied for snail t
unkiil out by ih,t applicant hlmaelf.
r.ncb applloatlon mual b�� ni-cimuwnle'
liy a 'ee of IS which will he refunded I
the rlslita applied for ara not avallabK
but nnt otherwlre. A royalty shall b
paid on the merchantable output of tb
mine nt tlw rat* of five centa per ton.
The peraon operating the mine she'
-furnish the Asenl wlm eworn return
account lne for Uia full quantity nf mer
chiMilntile ooal mined and pay the roj
elty thereon. If Ihe coal mining rlghl
nrv not being operated aueh returns ahoul
be furnished et leaat onoe a year.
The lease will Include tbe oent rnlnlhi
righta only, but the leases will be per
mltted to pnrohass whatever avallabl
aurfaoe rlshta mav bs eonoldered nec��
���ury for the workln* of th* mln* at Ue
mto of 110 an acre
For full Informnilon application ahoul,
tin mnde to th* Secretary of the Depart
ment of Uie Inlerlnr, Ottawa, or to an.
Agent or Bub-Agwit ot Dominion Land*
W. W. CORT,
Deputy Mlntaler of Ul* Interior
N. n.���ttnauthurtled publication of thli
advertisement wlll ml b* paid for.
P.O. Box 14 Dally News Bide
J. T. BUBNBTTB PRINT BHOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
I'rlces right.   Satisfaction guaranteed
at MsK*mle Bt
VICTORIAN ORDER OP NURBE8.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence T. W. C. A.      Phon* 1824.
MATERNITY. BURQIGAl AND
MEDICAL CAIES ATTENDED.
feet'   of  business derangiihetits    are io,,, banks of the border river St. Croix,
mainly  oorta by 'hose  of    MmlljJ^     ���     from Ea8tport.
ra :mi,   cc  tinned sir, Day      The de- ' ...       . ...
mends of living In these dsys leave ��� The ancient pipe of peace has long
mosl Mnerlcan famlli-s n margin l.o-|slnce given way to the cigarette, thc
tween llvlnn condition*, and proverty dl ar and the brier of the white mtn.
that is not ovcrstronp. To be sure, Ithe old it I me tomtom has been supple-
her- will always be those who srelmciitcd by brass Instruments; paint
nrovMent and thos* who or* not, hut iand feathers have been put aside, to
I am peaking of the wider aspect of be hrought out only on gala days. The
the American people. That some-1 buckskin leggings, beaded Jackets and
thltiR should be done In a comprehen- gaudy trapplngB of the tribe are sei-
slve wav In this country to protect dom worn except on important church
against 'insurance stoppage of family .-*�����* <"��l,> occasions. The average In-
thoughtful  observers.     Individual  ln-'dhin now follows basket making, flsh
weeks of the year.
.- Tho Passamaquoddies are a devout
Tribe. They have always been strict
Roman Catholics. They have a handsome chapel at the reservation built
ten years ago at a cost of $7,000. It
Is 70 feet long, 35 feet wide and 45
feet high. The top of the cross is
70 feet from the ground. The church
Is steam heated
22   double   pews,
into hia
house through the window. Patrolman Fuller was sent to investigate.
Thomas was still about the premises
when the patrolman arrived. When
he saw Fuller he started to run south
on Thirteenth avenue.
Fuller shouted to the boy to hslt.
Ho says he then fired twice Into the
in    .wiiiii     ,_,,,.ii     _,     |,i-3ai,.        ,v.--i_v*     �� >,u.   ->c   d-ij _,   ,_,_   ->,_>.    --���   .._..- . ~    ._.-..      ��� ._ .. __._,     .
ance campaign Is being carried on by:the tax would be repealed.   This last air, aud these shots being unneeaea.
ex-Indentured Indians tor the repeal statement
of the ��3 tax they are required to
pay in Natal under the contract they
signed before leaving home. This
has" steeiceliii-gs, I PO" *-���-* was devised for the purpose
holding  about  300 iof hastening the Hindus out   of the
country when the term of their Indenture expired.    Bnt lt is not proving
is denied by General
Smuts, minister of finance. His government, he says, conferred with the
representatives of Natal, as tt had
promised to do, but found these opposed to the Idea of repeal. Lord
Hardinge, the viceroy of India, has
tried to smooth matters, but has been
told tn effect by the Union   govern-
ment that he is not to Interfere ln Its .o peep Into a window,
affairs.     Gokhale   would   have   the
government of India retaliate by de-
people,  stained  glass windows, hardwood floors and handsome altars.
Adjoining the chapel Is the hand-j effective. The ex-indentured men
some residence of the three Sisters prefer to stay In Natal and make
of Merc), who reside at the settle-^their living there, and they want the
ment during the entire year and look j tax removed.   They have other grlev-
atter the education of the young In-lances which they also want remedied.:daring that Its public services are no
dlans. They have aleo a new, up-to-. fhe marriage question, the question i longer open to Europeans from South
dtte school house, costing about $4,-10( domiciliary rights, and the admin-1Africa, and that South African coal
00��- istratlon of the lawa In certain re-' ahall not be used on Indian railways.
Ihe lidinns have an excellent brass | gpoctg are not t0 their liking, They I At a mooting of the leading ctttsena
bsnd, rad on gala days make their ap-l^^-g xbfi. \r-u_r,*- born ln South Iof Bombay a little more than a month
peara ,e decked In Uie ancient cos-,Afri      b    permitted  to  enter  Cape!ago a committee waa   appointed to
l^'TOf-"   Of   thC   *rl*��.'   -.ul   ,,-n   al-'ii-a  ���_, * ' ...
nbje-t of int
band Is und
Stanislaus  Dana,  who  was    recently
elected for four years.
fired twice again into the air. The
patrolman then aimed at the fugitive's legs and one shot struck
Thomas in the left hip, glancing
from the bone and piercing the wall
of the abdomen, where it lodged nnder the skin. In the police automobile
on the way to the ctty hospital
Thomas admitted that he bad stopped
P,e .^��*I!tif_fl��!.!!~y"^ Colony, and that the gold law of thejho.4 meetings throughout India to
er^^lesde?shoo7Jov T~����v.al be less harshly admlnls- discuss the question, and the sum of
iSn? who wasTrecenUv tered- The trouble be����n ,n ��� �����!�� ��l.0* rupeea waa subscribed It is
Z'������.���   WM   recently 0, ���>���������. 3.000 of the Hindu workers Stair to say that the pros* ol South
'"������L     ) '    I...   ���      ��� 'Si 111 ' , '      '������
usranca does Its part well, bul docs
not adwiin i "ly answer the call. Group
InBuranre, like a great wall stretch-
in-s around thousands of homes, widens the margin between and provides
security against, distressful poverty.
Its widespread adoption would mate-
rlaly reduce the number of women and
children annually forced into the
the struggle with adversity.
"Group Insurance carries completely through the realm bf tho employer
who presents for consideration a favorable group of risks. In suoh
erouos ability to hold a Job effects
a selection ns to physical fitness that
mokes the exoun under one employer
a super-standard group, so far aa mor
tallty Is concerned. Groups must be
-of sufficient slse to preseht reasonable opportunity for the law nf average to operate: Kach grouo ls associated with other groups In a special class. Thus far experience has
clearly shown that the strong Uvea
support tho weaker ones In an average
that gives a lower mortality than that
secured on Individual Insurances
through the regular medical examinations.
A flood Risk. -
"Aa to the safety of the plan; It
has frequently been stated that   a
lng and agriculture during most of the
year.
The Indians of Pleasant Point have
their own government, elect their governor, lieutenant governor, overaoer
of the poor, constable and representative to tbe state legislature, but they
have no political parties like those of
their white brothers. '. The best men
of the village nre chosen for tne offices nnd no money Is dusbursed on
-election day to buy up votes.
Trio* Haa Wandered.
The Passamaquoddies were a branch
ot the l'.tchemln nation of Canada.
They have been a wandering band,
with no fixed home and formerly lived with the Micros* Indians ot Nova
Scotia and New Brunswick. Their total number was set down a* lea* than
thirty. Just 220 years ago; when they
settled al Pleaaaii Point about 116
years ago their jtopulatlon waa about
130. At the census taking ot 1820
they had Increased to STS. The population now ls stated to be 4M���S12 at
thla eettlament and ISI   at   V***t ��.,_����, ���_....
Oaha'a   Point, near   Princeton, fifty ���� -** outfwt mf,
milea farther up the state border. Both g_U, 4��m����J-W>l Hoenm for fMtUw
settlement* are nnder th* aam* law* f*��r��. I" ,
and vil_ago government, and they visit far a* thr** year*.
eaoh other frequently.    Through In-fed totalling W.MS.
ter marrying there will won be tew, total tt) itt* oC IBS.M'
FEWER LICENSES UNDER
NEW STATE LEGISLATION
Olympla. Dec. ll.���The state red
liRht abatement law has greatly reduced the liquor licenses collectible
by the state aud municipalities, says
President Clark ft. Jackson, ot the
state tax commission.
It is estimated that between 10 per
cent and 15 per cent, ot tbo licenses
issued in previous years have "been
to proprietors ot houses who have, ln
a great majority ot cases, becn forced
out ot business through the enforcement ot the abatement law.
__ast year'* license roll contained
the names ot many women In Seattle,
Spokane, Tacoma and Bellingham,
whereaa th* rolls of these cltle* .show,
almost none now.
In addition to t is. none ot the rail'
roads In th* *tat* carry licenses to
sell liquor now, though forty-nine lie*
Buses were issued lut year to rail-
road companies.
.In spit* ot these feature*, however,
tbe tax commission has collected to.
date for approximately SOO mor* Ke-1
rnsss than were granted to tha, Man.
date laat year. Stnee June fc Oiv.lfMr
ginning ot tke license year, MU tto.
esse* hav* been collected, Mktag a
total ot WWT tn   lUtj, lleteh|l
SAYS HE WILL TAKE HIS ,
SEAT IN PARLIAMENT
Montreal. Dec. .10.���Hon. Robert
Blckerdlke, M.P., for St Lawrene*
division, today denied that he contemplated retiring to make room for
the election ot Hen*. Mr. Fielding to
the houae of commons.
"I Intend to Uke my aeat at Ottawa
when parliament open* neat month,
ho added. '
���UPP
Call Tomorrow at
THE  ORIENTAL
V
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Ll,
and see the fine line ot Oriental Brawware,   Basketwaw, and "gftinawaife
they have ion sale at prices surprisingly low. |
Every customer making a purchase tomorrow (Saturday) will receive
a ticket good for a chance iMjf;   ;" "*.; ' '���������/;;f&''S;r ������.$.'.<*&
HANDSOME CHINA BE#3��*SET
to ba drawn for at 9 p. nt, aa well as ticketa ��of tte 1&- .j^f-ttMjK;
Chriftmas Eva. .   ^ *, *        ��� ���   ** '' *!?*"
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case* going teek a*
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*mW^mi.,': f     PAGE FOUR
TUE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY,  DECEMBER  12,  1913.
Another fine lot of ("hrislinas
Crackers, Novelties, Stockings*)
ami Can.l.v, which we will have
on view today. Pick out the
ones you wanl NOW and we will
save them fur you until required.
IN
FISH
WE   HAVE
Smoked
Halibut,   lh.
...17i'2c.
Smoked
Salmon, lb.
... 12|/_c.
Kippers
Ib  .
 10c.
Finnan
Haddti
.lb
...12'_c.
Salt   Hi
rrlng,
extra
large,
each
   5c.
Kastern
Dry
Cod,  Ib,
 15e.
I'ork Si
usage.
lh. 20c
and 25c.
I'ork  P
es.  each   ....
 25c.
Head Cheese,
lh.   ...
 15c.
Doughnuts,  dozen   ...
 20c.
Local News
Women's Auxiliary Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of tlu
women's auxiliary of the Koyal Columbian hospital will be held at the
V. \V. ('. A. rooms on Monday afternoon at U o'clock.
Model Grocery
MATHESON & JACOBSON.
308 Sixth St. Phone 1001-2.
Burnaby Branch:
2nd St and 15th Ave.
Come lo the Pancake Supper -Saturday evening, Deoember 18, at Queene
Avenue Methodist ohutjoll. Supper
served from 5:30 to S. Real maple
syrup. (-DUO)
Hold  Rehearsals.
Children of Queen's Avenue Methodist  church   lasl   night  met    In    the
church to  practice  for the  Christmas
iree entertainment they intend giving.
Gifts -Big value, S. ED, Kdwards.
jeweler. 521 Columbia Btreet.'    (11597)
Huy it today and save 25 to 50 per
Oent. S. E. Edwards, jeweler, 521
Columbia streel. (269?)
What's the Meaning of This?
Any man who can disguise himself
in a narrow gauge skirt, a mee, bit
of it hat and a complexion veil can
get a job right away from the civic
employment bureau. Since yesterday
morning a sign, "Wanted, general servant and also good cook." has hung
at the door of this city's job getting
office ln vain. Not one woman has
applied  tor either position.
Oet your skates sharpened at Oeo.
Speck's, G2B Columbia street. ���'(2525)
Found���On Columbia str_et, one
hundred people who buy Hill's "Saturdav Special" chocolates." 35c Fridays'and Saturdays. (25031
We Have
Money to
Loan on
First
Mortgages
Property must be well
improved and worth at
least double the amount
of the loan.
For   full   particldars
call at our office and"tet"
us know what you require.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
Paid   I'p Capital  and
Surplus   $ 2,8110,OHO
���Assels    4.073,-83.95
Trus teeslilpa  Under
Administration over 6,U00,00ii
1 rustee     tor    liond-
holders over     25,000,1100
_   '.'.Z.~'      ...  - 3'i.
Offices ��� Vancouver, Victoria,
New Westminster, Nanalmo,
Canary, Itegina, Winnipeg,
Montreal, Charlottetown, London. Eng.; Antwerp, Belgium.
New Westminster
Branch.
606  Columtiia   Street.
Open   Saturday   Evening,   from
7  to  9.
In Sapperton and West End.
Repairs to streets In Sapperton and
the West End is work selected by the
city on which to spend the $2600 set
apart this week to execute small Improvements and at the same time give
work to unemployed citizens.
C A. Welsh
LIMITED.
The People's Grocer
PHONES:
City  Store    193 and 443
Sapperton   Branch    373
Wtst End Branch   650
THREE BIG STOKES
OF PLENTY.
Does Good Health
appeal to you? A lot depends on
the quality Of food you i'at, just
In whal shaps your physical con
diiion will be, Buy .vour groceries from C. A. WELSH, the
Pure Food Grocer.
SERVICE
Uow ahout service? Does
good service appeal to you? We
give yeu a good telephone, clerk
and delivery service.
CHRISTMAS GOODS
are now all iu and It is wise for
yen to shop now while the choice
is good.
"Ten (iarden." Kelly ConfSO-
tlon company's nml Helns
Mincemeat In jars. $1.00.
Tahle Raisins at 15c, 2 lbs.
for 25c��� 25c, 35c, and 40c. Ib.
Mixed Nuts. 25c. Ib.
Christie's and St. tvel l'lum
Puddings, at 35c. and C5c. each.
Fine Fruit Cake, fresh every
week, at 35c Ib.
LIMITED.
lonsly opposed by Alderman lt. C. Galer
With whom wrro associated on the
court of revision Mavor .Mars and Alderman  D, S.  .Morgan.    City Clerk .1.
Smith had accepted the utfld
agreement holders presented
.-:. , nts ��ithout protest.
avlts ol
through
Mr. T. Mowbray, Mr. .1. T. Haker, of
Bssoudale,
Pillow Mr. (.'. T. McLaughlin, of
Fraaer Mills.
Anchor Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Dadds
and family.
commit-
hospital
Lacked a Quorum.
The meeting of the finance
ee of the itoyal Columbian
.iliednled to take place yesterday af*
ternoon  w-as adjourned  until  Monday
iwing to lack of a quorum.
OBITUARY.
MARKET  PRODS.
It
Money to loan on first mortgages,
improved city and farm propgrtv. 9
per cent.    Alfred W. Mcl.eod.  .(2521)
tainment wlll be given in the shape
Cf two short sketches entitled "The
Sprig or Holly" and "The Follies" by
! the Follies Amateur Dramatic com-
jpany of Burnaby.    T'ie proceeds will
  I be handed over to the llurnaby branch
For plumbing, heating and sheet | of the Victorian Order of Nurses in
metal work consult Merrlthew & Ram- order to augment the fund being col-
say, Eighth and Carnarvon streets.' lect"d to assist the poor and needy
I'hone 58G. (2526) iof the district. On Saturday the North
  ! Burnaby  auxiliary of  the order  will
Lineman Electrocuted. ��">ld  a   rummage  sale   at.   Vancouver
Word was received in the citv last; --*''SMs for the same purpose,
night of the death of a lineman ln the
employ of the Western Canada Power j Our Dairy Company,
company  at  Port   Haney.    The  man,:    Nine   quarts  of  fresh   bottled   milk
whore name could not he learned. was.,for $1.00, delivered daily.    Phono 166.
engaged In stringing wires for tho"
power company, when he came in contact with a high voltage wire, killing
him Instantly. Coroner A. I.. McQuarrie was notified of the fatality and
vill probably hold an inquest sometime today.
(2443)
Fresh herring 5c. per
smalts 10c pei lb. I!.
Market, 10 Begbie street.
lb.,    fresh
& M,    Fish
(2696)
For all building supplies and fuel
oil apply to the B, C. Transport Co..
f.td,,. 505 Westminster Trust building.
Office phone -S20,  wharf phone 880.
(2527)
Meet on  Wednesday.
.November 17. Is the date set for the |
���lc'ing   of   owners   nnd   agents   for'
buildings  in   Chinatown  and  the  fire'
chief and building inspector at which
the life limit of all buildings is to be
Bet.
Install New Lights.
The regular passenger cars operating on the ('. P. It. Westminster
branch line are in Vancouver now being fitted with acetylene gas lamps.
All the cars of the company are being fitted wiih this gas whicli is declared to be much more efficient for
lighting purposes than the old style
oil lamps.
Hear the lady speakers this evening; first class musical program;
everybody Invited; admittance free;
in  the  l.abor Temple. (259)-)
Specials for Friday and Saturday,
Hubbltn in cnts each; Fresh Eggs
40c and 45c per dozen. II. __ M. Fish
Market, 10 Begble street. 12596)
Insure with  Alfred W. Mcl.eod. the
Insurance    man.    All  kinds    written.
j Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
12524)
Be  Back Soon.
T'-i- live pmck from the colony farm
iit Essondale Is now being brought
I hack from Chicago whin- it was exhibited and tbe car is expected here
Ithin a few days,
Renew Coquitlam Liccc-.es.
At a meeting of lhe Port Coquitlam
.license commission on Wednesday the
Coqultlam Terminal company was
granted sn extension of si-: months In
which to complete its hotel on Busteed
! street for which a license was issue
| some time agn. The hotel is now under construction. A nev.- application
from   Frank   i'axton   for  an   hotel  he
[proposes to build on Shaughnessy and
Elgin  streets was laid  over for three
! months, the number of existing licenses being all that are allowed by
the law with the population of tlie city
as It is at pres-nt. The licenses of
the    Coqultlam    and  Junction  hotels
; were renewed as was also that of the
Commercial hotel, provided the tire i s-
Mi WATEUS The death occurred
in Bellingham yesterday morning
about li..:o of Mrs. David MeWaters,
Wife ot David MeWaters. of this city.
and  daughter  of  Mr.  aud  Mrs. J.  K.
I Armstrong, Edmonds, Burnaby, lt
WUS jusl about a month ago lhat de-
ceased was married here and departed fir   a   wadding   teur of this
I coast. She was visiting a sister of
her husband's and during her Illness
jher  mother  was  present  to  care  for
| her. Her husband, father and brother,
w. 1.. Armstrong, lefl for Bellingham
yesterday.   Puneral arrangements are
��� to be announced later.
Me!tAE-At 2:80 yesterday the funeral of the late Mrs. Roderick McRae
look place from the family residence.
Ill) Fourth avenue, to the Eraser
cemetery with tho Rev, Mr. Melvin
Officiating, assisied by Rev, Dr. Alex.
Uunii.
The services were largely attended
by her many friends who I.ad shown
tlieir sympathy through her long illness. Her death, although expected,
came as a shock lo ber relatives and
u large circle of friends as she was
highly esteemed by all who knew her.
Previous to her Ill-health she always
look an active part In all matters of
social and horn I advancement,
Thc late Mrs. McRae was a resident
of this city tor the past six years,
coming here from Crnml Forks. B.C,
She leaves to mourn her loss, her
iiusbnnd. Iwo daughters, Jean aud
Cathteen, two sens, Duncan and John.
all of Ihis city, besides ber father and
mother. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W, (iourley,
of Mlnnedosa, Man., four sisters, Mrs.
S. Innls. Kel]wood, Man.. Mrs. A.
Morrison. Shellmouth, Man.. Mrs. W.
A. Ross, Mrs. W. Blanchard. Minne-
dosa. Man., and four brothers, Thos.
11.. Jolui W��� Hugh and Alex. (Iourley,
all ofBasswood, Man.
I The pallbearers were Messrs, Thos.
Mowbray, (ieorge Featherston, of this
city, and J. A. Sinclair, .1. W. Sinclair. Jerry Sinclair and W. Pottlnger, |
all of Eburne. B.C.
,     The    floral     tributes    were    manv. '
some of wblch were:
Sprays���Mrs. J. Sayers and family.
Miss Jessie J. Pot linger, Kburne; Mr.
and Mrs. F. Hume, nurses of Royal i
Columbian hospital, Mrs. Mr-Murphy
and family. Edmonds; Mr. and Mrs
Joe Weaver, Hope, B.C.; Mr. und
Mrs. N. S. Rose and Miss B. HeiT,
Vancouver, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. 11
n. McDonald, Miss C, Colllshaw, Mr.
jand Mrs. T. A. L. Smith. Hem!).- Island; Mr. and Mrs. 13. ..' Boughen
Mr. and Mrs. Featherston. Mr. and
Mrs, J, J. Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Olfford. Mr. and Mrs. I.n. by. Mr. >
and Mia. Robertson) and Mr. and Mr_. \
Hamn.
Wreaths���Members  rf  the  family,
\t the market   this morning    #
Is probable lhat; **;.
There will be no   apparent   ���
change In most produce prices
Biggs are expeoted to go at    ���'.'���
llle old prices or perhaps a few-
cents lower.
Butter will sell as usual, and
fowl, meats, lish and vegetable! will be stationary.
Tho supply will not be over- tl
ly ub both buyers and sellers '.'.*
are holding  back  somewhat  in
anticipation of the Christmas
rush. ���'.;���
* �� # �� o # A �����*####*��
Chinaman Ran Amuck.
Regina. Dec. 11. A Chinese lunatic
ran amuck here lhis afiernoon. Afier
smashing up the laundry with flat
irons, he seined a knife und attempted lo murder the others.
guests.    Mr. nnd Mrs, Cliff left last attendance were
night on the midnight boal for Vlo  Savage, Mr, and
turiii uud  Pacific MUSI Oltles and  v. ill .I'.hil  Mrs. Falk
afterwards take up their rcaldence In
Victoria.
Tile bride's gilt was n nair of dls
mond culT links, while thai mad I I '
the groom to the bride was a gold
watch and bracelet. The bridesmaid
waa presented with a silver mesh bag
and   lhe   best  man   n   diamond   rii.;.'.
giftH of the groom,
Among  the out  of town   guests   In
Mv. and  Mrs. Jaini ���
Mrs. Tamboline, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Ah' r-
son, Mr, and Mrs. O. Umdon, ol v si
bam Island;    Mr.    and    Mrs.    Robert
Palmer, Mr. and "Mrs. Cairns, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs, W. Palmer, Victoria; Mr. mul Mrs. Ollmore, Woodward's Landing; Mr. and Mrs, aud
Hi,, Misses Walker,. Burnaby Lake;
Mr. and Mrs. Anl iio, Rayside, Burnaby; Mr. and Mis. James Walker, Baal
Burnaby,
WEDDING BELLS
PALMER���CLIFF.
One of the pretty weddings of tlle
season was that solemnized yesterduy
afternoon in st. Paul's Reformed
Episcopal church when Miss Annie
Sewel   Palmer,   daughter of   Mr.   and
Mrs. s, salmer, Belfast, Ireland, became the bride of Thomas Cliff, of
Cumberland, Vancouver island. Tlio
bride, who was attended by Miss
Dora Cairns, was gowned in cm
bn idi red crepe silk trimmed with
orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of white roses. Tin. bridesmaid
was attired ln a COStume of pink satin
trimmed with Bwandown. Matthew
Palmer,  of  Westham   Island,   brother
of the bride, performed the duties of
best man. Itc. C, W. Wincott, rector
of the parish,   performed   the   oera-
mony.
j immediately following lhe wedding
-service, lhe bride und groom, together with a host ot friends, adjourned to the home of her brother-ID-
law, James Wilson. 225 Seventh
street, where the wedding breakfast
w-as served.   Covers were laid for   70
Specials
Only for a few days
Cans of corn, peas and Beans
10c. per can.
25c jars of finest Jam 20c.
Robson Grocery
Corner 6th St. and 5th Ave.
Phone 40-4.
It May   Bc   Yours
With every $2
purchase you
are entitled to
One Chance to
win this beautiful $150.00
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Gold Wristlet Watches
A large variety to choose from,    Prices from   J15.00 to $85 00
Special  Ladles'  Watch  -5-yi'ar gold   filled  ells.'.  Iltted   with
Waltham or Elgin movement  $15.00
Special Ladies' Watch In plain gold filled case, fitted wllh
reliable  movement    Special  price    $10.00
Girlr.'  Wristlet   Watches,  In  silver, enamel and  gun  metal,
I'rlces from   $3.00 to $15 CO
DIAMONDS
We specialise in Diamonds of the first water,   li is absolutely
Impossible to procure liner gems than tlie (Iif ford grade of perfect
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call on us.   We also guarantee to save you money,
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Spixial llne of Gents' Diamond Tie Pins at 	
Kvery stone guaranteed.   Bee tbese,
Also dents' Diamond Cuff Links from, per pair . .   .
Ladles' Oold Detachable Handle Umbrellas, reg. j:
 $10.C0
.   $10.00 to $4OC0
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T. GIFFORD, The JEWELER
cape facl
proved.
ities   of   the   house   are   lm-
B; member the com
'ii the Labor Temple
illy invited.    S o'clcc.
eri this evening
Ladles esnecl-
:. (2698)
With every i'i purchase you
chance on the $160 diamond rir.
, Gifford, the jeweler. i
et a
T.
The Itoyal Cafe, Dominion Trust
1 block, has re-opened. Best of mials
at reasonable prices. (2634)
Comedy  Sketchec.
A   worthy   charity   affair  wlll   lake
I piece   this  evening  In   the   Burnsbv
I pul,lie hall   BdmondB, when an  enter
,i*r:i
tlon
the
Disqualify Voter..
Some little excitement has
caused at Port Coqultlam by tho a<
of the Civic court of revision on
voters' list In disqualifying nearly 91
holders of agreements ot sale on a
technicality. It seems thai tli" affidavits of agreement of sale holders In
question wer" taken Indirectly through
agents, a procedure whicb City Solicitor I' J, Mclntyre ruled Illegal. The
cancellation of De names was Btrenu-
Cabinets
$7.50
stmas Furniture
at Lower Prices
CHRISTMAS GjjOCfljjtS
All kind* of groceries for
Christmas use in stock at the
���tore of
W.J.RISE
(Successor to Ayling & Swain.)
447 Columbia St. Phone 9B
<h
QUAUTY CHRISTMAS GOODS
1847   ROGERS   AND   COMMUNITY   Ri I-VER WARE
GTERNAN   NICKEL-PLATED   COPPER-WARE
HOT-POINT   ELECTRICAL   GOODS.
I   X   L,   ELLIOTT  and   RODGERS  CUTLERY.
ART  BRASS  AND  COPPF.R   WARE
An arileio in th:s ware always makes sn appropriate Christmas Qlft.
FOR   PRESENTS  EOR   LADIES
Vie have Flower Vases, Candler.ticke, Rocc B_w!_, Jardfnercs, Crumb
Trays, etc.
FOR   GENTLEMEN:
A  Cicar or Cigarette  Box, Ach Tray'.  Ink  Stands,  etc.
Remamber) with every 50o spent in our Btore you get ���< chance
at drawing the S50 C\SE OF COMMUNITY CiLVEI., or Other pri/.e.-i
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
v.
wc arc offering for Holiday Trade special reductions on all upholstered
furniture. Our stock is the most up-to-date in the City, and with prices
within the reach of all. You will benefit by purchasing from us We guarantee to save you money.
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Rockers to match.  Special  8.00
Solid Oak Rocker, leather seat.   Special  6.00
Sleepy Hollow Arm Chair.   Special 14.50
I'arlor Tables are useful and inexpensive and
there is always room for one in the house. Prices
as low as $4.00
Good Pictures arc always appreciated and help
brighten a gloomy room. Our stock is new. Prices
to suit all.
IMPORTANT
to  have  your
SPECTACLES
right these long evenings.   We
can  suit  yun  from  fi) cents up
best gold  filled  for $-1  to ?;..
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inter
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STORE
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Mannr   Inauranc. g_
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lardmieres,    Sixth and Carnarvon   ^
STANDS     ^^���,fmpxx^ Cabinet-
ORD        rWtWwHiB Children's
Sets
TABLES FRIDAY, DECEMBER  12, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
_.       PAQE FIVI
EVERYTHING IN SPORT
'PHONE
g>9 1
HOCKEY - RUGBY - SOCCER - BASKETBALL - BOWLING - BOXING
will   lead     lo  other     men     bSOOmlng
membi rs.    lir. Baaford, principal of
Columbian college,   gave an  dd-dri
"Culture   in Homes,"   allowing   how
that quality tended to make I .������ honu
-what   it hIioiiWI  1>i*.     Musical ntUBhsrH
by Mrt. Tyson, MIkh KIIi-i-m Olllsy and
Wm winter completed the program.
Tlie rooms In which  ilu* nei lln     rn-  I
li'id were decorated  irlth Coluniblat
college colors.
REAL  ESTATE   MAN   IS
INDICTED FOR  GRAND LARCENY
BEAVERS ANE CIRCLE F
CLEAN DECKS AT HOCKEY
Champions    Down     Sapp-rrton     9 1-
Frauer   Mills   Has   Hard   Fight
With   Moose.
Although ths flrat game waa of th��-1
Bpence  (in   :lii;   Spence   (in   1:10;
Hpi noa   (III  5:00.
Beoond   period    Kinnie   (It)   10:46;
Williamson  (!!)  :i:-_6.
Third period H.-iatle (Mi :4f,
risan (8) :..��; Spence (11) 1:80
ni.- iin 1:45,
Penalties   Beavera, Swan. I.aii
Cor-
Kin
and
, Bpence;
Ci).
.Moose
runaway kind amateur hockey tana
wore treated lo a fine entertainment
nt the rlnk last evening when the fnur
tiiamii comprising tho eity league
���came together In ihe second week of
the seaaon,
Tbe  MoosiCircle  !���' encounter  was
the stellar  feature nf  iii:- evening.
both teama ki-Iiir a! It wllh a vim for
tho fii-wt two pcrlodH, tiring badly ln
Hih i��ki sts iu. The Eraser Mllla an-!
gregatiim after being tied in the firstIScott-Bolleau   	
Bssslon and In arrears at the opening .light  Wing
of the second, put in some oombfna-j Jeff ord       Plpdlayson
Hon  work   which dazzled  the herd  at. Left Wing
half tl  Shoving through four goala Sanderson  I landlord
In  quick   sucoesslon,  the  final  giving : Goal Summary
the saburbanltea ths game W, Vim period   Bos (F.M.) 4:_o; Hox
Moose  Improved lll-'.M.l   2:45;    I'lmllayi-ion    (Mi    4:45:
Although     d. teat i.i     Manager    Hill   II. ''uiiiiiligh.'iiii   (Ml   :.u.
Oraham   has   biatnied   an   unusual I   Bscond     period   Klndlayson     (Mi
amount of pep Into tbe players wblch |l+?0:  Scott (P.M.)    :S0;    Sanderson
Bapperton, Corrlgan
Second Game.
Fraaer Mills
Coa!
Dunbar    HrailB *a .'.*
I'oint
l.cti   ('. Cunningham
Cover
Knight       Drake
Centra
Hov      ii. Cunningham
Rove;
MeLeod
Box
Lett,
Hand*
���ruiiiit.il laat night and had Jimmy Hos*.  (i-'Mi   4:16;   Box  (F.M.)
been seen  sreaHng the r.-d and  white   (I'-U I   1:80.
n diffi rent  tale might have been told i    Third period���No talllus.
Bradshaw In goal was certainly an'    Penalties   Fraaer       Mills.
Improvement, bearing the brunt of thejKnight;     Moose,    FIndlayson
attack  with  flying colors.    Cliff Cun-1ford.
nlngham, who inipersiuiaieii the John-     Officials   Referee,   Brule  .lohnson:
mm Sweep playing on the defence anil   timer/, Fred Lynch, Hen llnbli.
Hon MeLeod as rnvi-r mate lbe either j League  Standing,
shining   HgMa  on  the   Moose   line-up i QOSlS
Box excelled hlmaelf for the Circle F, w.   l.   f.   a.
SOOrlng   four  tallica and   waa  ever   In   Heavers      2      II    17      1
the fight Circle  F   2     ii    18     4
Swamped Sapperton. ; Moose      0      2      3    14
Tlie first game waa a runaway race j Bapperton      0      2      2    1*8
f"r the Beavera, the champions taking       NH<*     games,    Tuesday.     Dec      16,
the game from Sapperton White Kock  ClfOle F v. Ik-aver*;  Moose v. Sapper-
lo   the   tune  of  nine  goals     to    one.  ton.
Bpence,   Wbo  haa  taken   the  place  of ���-���
Ted Sutherland, and who did not show   ma���������������^������^���^������^^���������^^
up lo any  extent  In  the  initial  gains
of th" season, was a tower of strength
���on   the   Heaver   attack   notching   five
goals himself while at the sitnie time
working  In  some classy  combination.
Corrlgan  grabbed  the  lone goal   for
Bapperton.   Ernlo Johnaon made goo-d
ns  the iif'lrlnl
On the pi.-iv last evening, tha lead
lng teama, Heaver and Fraser Mills
will play ntf for the championship unless the other two teams strengthen
thi'lr attack. Next Tuesday the Iwo
leaders clash for tho first time this
m ion, II being expected that the fur
* '. 1 fly In  quantity and quality.
Ittod physically, and in other ways, foi
work."     Hist   i.f   all   he   was   c.ompli
ai ming .\ew Weatmlnater fur ita far-
flung reputation as a homo of alii-
;< Uca when he said ll.
.Ine Bayley and Frenehy Vaise an
it loggerheads over i'u ��� weigh! qui.
lion ami the proposed fight at Sieves
ton, sei" dtiied for Boxing day, Dec,
.'. may yat fall through. Valse v. *irii��
he weigh la at 188 pounds four hours
batora ihe scrap, while ihe Victoria
any wanta the same weight made rlng-
���l.lc.
Laat season ihe Victoria bocks]
septette never lost a game on Its own
.     .via  against   ihe  Quebec   team
holders of the Stanley cup. -Much ol
the cause of tbla record can be placed
lo t'n- credit of the fans v.bo. without
i doubt, are the mosl rabid on the
face of the earth. Against the Koyals.
however, It will have to step some,
i imblnatlon or no.
lest, piling up a total ul' 2(10 pins.
An  average of 1H4  tu ev.-ry man  in
ths game is going some but this was
made hy the Westminster boya who
also piled ep 1008 pins In the second
game.
Tommy  Mllla took first honors in
Bellingham, lie.-,   n    Four out of,
nine  ludlctmenta   returned    hy    the
giaail   jury  last   week   were   directed
against Oerl Brothers, wholesalers ofl
liquors, and  warrants,  Issued  ou   ihei
indictments have been served. A driver  for trie firm   la   made a partv  tu
ggregate plus with 808 to Ms ���.,....,����-�� T&S^ f3S"JE j
,,T    W      ,    ,    ' ;'rry1Vl|r",'1'''"'  fourth   IndlcS.un.    charges     the
"i ��-n   i,   ,i ��� ,"">?',     ,       i< '"""*��>'  ��">'   "��e   maintena.'ice  of  a
down   in   th��  last game,   look  first  m | |||lj(.! ���,.,
individual scoring, J:.:l     Here are lhe j     A��� lmllcl,m,nt v.-a3 r(.,llrn,.d aRainl.. !
Qeorge P, Itossman, a former Seattle'
scorea oi
Royals:
Burnett
Waltera   .
MillB     ...
O'Connor
McOill   ..
tho evening.
Manager mil Qraham of the Moose
\. C, will Invade the V. A. C. or Van-
"i uver taia evening, taking with hlm
Cecil Mavis and Lefty Peterson. Mavis will stack up agalnr.t Tom M irrl*
ion   while l-Yterson  will  wrestle,  llur
goync.
Two more weeka and the N. II. A
���edson will be 'in full swing. In the
meantime we snail soon hear of the
so-called hold-outa affixing thoir signatures to contracts at reduced prices.
In the event ot the Maritime pro-
vines pro. league falling through the
V. II. A. teams will be able lo pick
up some likely material at small fig
ures and should pave the way to un-
arth   some   stars   for  next   season.
,188
,188
.224
-1C2
. 205
231
208
1S4
182
iss
206-
201.1
211-
188-.
57.'!
803
BUS
565
56)
Vancouver:
Qrant 22-
Bootb   136
Mclntyre  202
Hunter   178
Ellsworth   176
H73 1008    934    2.10
185
170
58S
804
170-
- 510
180
130-
462
157
181-
516
212
177-
- 565
.Mo    8<)8    828 ���- 2641
MAYOR GRAY AGREES
BASKETBALL TONIGHT
maii.   charging   him   witli   grand   larceny  in  connection   with  his  real  estate   operations   here.     It   Is   alleged |
that  Iiu.-suuih opened  an office  here
und   advertised   to   Ijcate setthrB  on '
Canadian land for  $50.    This brought j
a protest from the  Canadian tide, as
offices for tliat purpoae are maintain-
ed across the border.
After launching his scheme, It is further alleged, tha I Itossman began sell
ing half interests in his business for
from $10u to $2t*0 on the showing he
bad made in locating settlers. It developed, it Is said, that lie sold a half
Interest in tiie musiness to a numher
of persones, some of whom parted
with their last cent In making Uie
deal. Itossman appeared today and
gave $1,000 bond.
Doublet-leader   at   College   Gym���College vs. Tigers���Adnacs v��.
Hustlerc.
ANKLETS OF COSTLY FUR ^_
WINTER FAD IN NEW YORK
ONEY 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 Director.
J. A. RENNIE, Secretary Treasurer.
SPORT CHATTER
(Dy the Potter.)
Packey McKarland for the Illinois
Senate, reads S dispatch. The scrapper has about as much chance of petting Into the legislature from Cook
Bounty a. .lames Sullivan did miming
fur county clerk of Kings county. New
York.
The Tesms.
Heavers Sapperton
Coal
fiwanson     Stevens
Point
Swan         Robertson
Cover
Williamson   Rappsnstall
Centre
Kinnie       Ilodgers
Hover
Lake       Corrlgan
Itlght Whig
Spence   _,...._ Whittaker
I .eft Wing
Ilantle     Oraham
Willie Ritchie Ib the one sure lucky
lightweight la the game today, .lust
w.ien lie was on the point of losing
a $8000 forfeit lu bis fight with
Tommy Murphy, owing to an abeen
In hll nasal organ, old Jupiter Pin-
\iui_ fane to Willie's uid and caused
the
rain
-.'I ret
Ooal Summary.
period - Speiico
(11)
|    Sport  lovers  will   he glad   lu  know
that   Dr.   V.  V.  Wesbrook.  who  la  to
be presldenl Of the University of llrit-
i Ish Columbia, Is with  them   Irom  the
start   right   round  lo  the  stri teh,  for
i yesterday   in   an   address   before   the
'progressive association   Intra  he  said
|tli"��e v.ry words. "I'roper sport makes
better Industry  and  people  who take
8:2;   pan  In  sport  will  bo    much    better
GIFT JEWELRY
CUT AWAY DOWN
You will find everythlns you
want In my large and complete
stoektof Rings, Wstches, Fobs,
Scarf Pins, Cuff Links, Bar
Pins, Bracelets, Chain*, Mesh
Sags; lh fact everything In the
Jewelry line In Solid Oold and
Gold Filled. No Inferior goods
handled.
Price to Please Every
Pocketbook
My store Is filled with high grade gooda and sooner than carry
them over Into 1M4 I will aell everything ln stock at a very low margin of profit Come to my store; look over the stock and If yon do
not find better bargain* ln my Hn* thsn you hsve ever before seen
in New Westmlnoter-don't spend a cent.   No trouble to show goons.
REMEMBER, 1 STAND BEH1KD EVtRYntING I SELL
STORK OPIN KVENINQS.
Will bs on Deck at Soccer Game and
Preeent the Iroquoia Cup to
Winners.
Saturday, nee. 20 Is the date for
the final in the Iroquois soccer eompe
tition between the City and Hover?
at Moody Park This contest should
draw the larg-est crowd of the sea-
sen owing to both aggregations being
composed of locul players and also
the fact that both are well placed In |
the city league thus showing the r; la-
tlw strength is being evenly bal-
a'li *'d
Owing to its goai scoring ability the
Rove��� will he slightly favorites but
Manager McLaren of the City fee-Is
confident that ihis will not count
when the final struggle for the silver-
>are takes p'nee. Both Mr McLaren
and   Scotty   Grant   are   showing   the
New York. Dec. 11.    Wearing coBtly
furs around her ankles was the weather concession made to chilly winds by
one fashionably dressed woman here,
With Columbian college heading the  who evidently found the blasts of win-
,���,._...��� 1.11 ...,- ,*. j���r������. , .v ter too severe, for her thin silk stock-
,eague.   following   the   defeat   of   the   _. anU ]ow (,,|t pun]p8     Ev<?ry   tim<?
Crescents on Wednesday evening, thetgho took a step the Btrip of fur shjw-
race for the championship of the cityied just above her ankles, and occa-
basketball league grows more inter- stonally as a stronger breeze than us-
esting every week. : ual  blew, one saw   a bit of the   thin
This   evening   the   collegians     will  stocking beyond the band of fur.
have a hard tustle against the Tigers j     As  a  warmth   producing  article  of
on the college gym. the result placing  apparel the effect of a band of shunk j
either team at the top of the league or  an  anklet of   ermine might  bave
table. been   questioned,   but   as   a  startling
~n the second game the Hustlers fashion novelty the result was un-
and Adanacs will clash. Whether tlie Imistakable. Some thought it was turj
former high school boys have perfect- trimming on an article of lingerie,
ed a combination since tbeir laat others pronounced it merely the eccen-
game remains to be seen but they I trio idea of a faddist,
will have to show top notch form when | Instantly feminine minds grasped
opposing tbe five members of the; the possibilities of the fur anklet
Sangster family. iThey began to make mental cornbin-
The standing of the clubs is as fol- at kins  of  silken   cobweby    stockings
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTF1TTEBS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bldg.
lows:
College      ��
Hustlers      4
Tigers      4
Crescents    7
Adanacs      5
fight to be stopped on account of ft*1  W^Ung  spirit when  they  come
���out   with   statements     Let   the   best
team win."
Mayor Gray, whose leanings rome-
what tend towards lacrosse and Ice
hockey. Is nevertheless Interested in
the Coming hattle and when approached ytstorday Immediately consented
to be nresent at Mondy Park u week
froni Saturday In order to make the
presentation to the winners.
Will THEY WIN ?
Royals Tackle Aristocrats on Victoria
lee This Evening���Paterson Cuppers Win Have te Travel.
Having defeated Vancouver on Hs
own Ice and Victoria at the Queen's
Park arena, the Koyals will be placed
to u hard test tiiVa evening when they
clash with the world champions at
Victoria In the opening game at the
Capital City.
Playing on their own ic�� the Victoria's never lost a game last season
snd according to a statement by Lester Patrick to Tbe S'ews on Tuesday
evening last, the same record wll!
stand for this winter also.
With the exception of Charlie Tobln
who was tramped pretty hard Tuesday
evening, every one of the players Is
In fine shape for tonight's battle and
should more than make Victoria
hurtle for total points.
New Westminster under charge of
Manager Ed. Savage will leave on the
afternoon boat for Victoria. The teams
will line up aa follows:
Weatmlnater.
Line-up.
Ooal
Victoria
S. E. EDWARDS
521 Columhla St
THE JEWELER    -
Hall ami Lavery Block (Next City Hall..)
Lehman     Llndaay
I'oint
Tobln     Genge
Coverpotnt
Johnson   Smaill
Rover
Oatman   Poulin
Centre
Mallen      Dunderdale
Right Wing
McDonald   Rowe
Lett Wing
Throop  y  Kerr
SOME TAIL SCORING
;wlth the varied fashionable furs. Sets
P.    W.    L.   Pts. jof purple hosiery  with amber colored
4     2   .666  fur. white stockings worn with  black
2     2   .500 j fur  anklets,  or   black  with    ermine
2 2   .50b   bands,  cerise  with   warm   anklets  of
3 4    .429 chinchilla or squirrel at once became
2     C   .400 | Interesting effects   In  their eyes.
And now the question is:   Will the
ifad become a favorite with the sex or
Wink | will it remain an eccentric novelty of
THURSDAY,  DECEMBER Uth
AMATEUR HOCKEY
TWO     GAMES���STARTS SHARP AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Seat Sale Hill's Drug Store Wednesday morning.
PRICE8:
GENERAL ADMISSION 25C RESERVED SEATS SOt
Ritchie in Bed.
San     Krancisco,     Dec.     11
Ritchie,   lightweight  champion of the the irtnter?
world,  is in bed  tonighl with sn ice
pack on his face to reduce the Infla
:n: Linn  resulting from au abscess in
bis nose.
>ooa
1 and P
e rson a
IF YOU WANT DRIED
FRUIT SELECTION,
BUY AT ONCE
Our stocks are  complete, but pres-
Tontght Is ihe night when the pub-i en; reports are a scarcity of shelled
lie of  New Westminster and district j Dots and peels.
:s expected to show Its appreciation of |    "We have the  flaest currants  to be
the    work    being carried on  by  thei obtained ln packets. 2 for 25c.
ulrailiiate Nurses' association of New i     Choicest Seeded Raisins, 2 pkts 25c
Westminster  towards .furnishing  t_*i    Fancy Sultana  Raisins, per Ib.  15c
lurses' dining JQ-JB-In ^he new Royal I     J��p fimnges     ppr    Imt SOc:   I,
THE AMERICAN LADIES'
TAILORS
Are Making Christmas Suits at Reduce* Price*    Order Now.
Colllster Block, Corner Clarkson and McKenzie Streeta
'clumbian hospital. The fes_M_.ee
trill open in St. Patrick's hall at 8:45
o'clock ln the shape of (he second annual dance. A large number of out
of town guests have signified their
intention of being hi attendance, to-
gie-l-er with a fully representative
quota from this city.
Tlle Misses Henderson win not re
celve on Fridsy.
O. H. Reiten. of Helllngham, is
staying at the Dunsmalr.,
Mi. and Mrs. Georse VV. Umdon. of
Westham lsland1_are visitors ln the
city. They are staying at tke
Premier.
Mr. Murphy, of Hnntlagdou. vas a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Harry Cohen, of Seattle, and J. W.
Winntngham, also of the Washington
metropolis, registered at the Russell
resterday.
A Waters, of Victoria, ls a guest
at the Russell hotel.
Joseph Thompson, of Chllllwsek,
and F. J. Bishop, of Duncan, registered at the Hussell last evening.
A successful concert was given In
the Central Park agricultural hall on
Wednesday evening by the choir of
St. Luke's church. South Vsncouver.
The proceeds went in aid of the choir
f St. John's Anglican church, Central
Park.
Miss J. Hood, wbo for the past tew
years has been staying wtth her
nelce. Mrs. A W. MeLeod, leavea for
California on Monday where sbe will
spend the winter montha.
Two gentleman yeaterday became
honorary members, of the Womaa'a
Educational club at ita meeting hold
at the home of Mra. J. R. Qilley, 116
Eighth etreet. Deeplte Its name the
organisation la open to both men and
women and It la the hope ot Um
olub that the precedent ot yesterday
box.    45c
A shipment of Sp:t_tenburg and Ko-
man  Beauty Apples, per box $1.85.
A few boxes of Cooking Apples.
These are Baldwins and Ben Davis,
per box $1.25.
Cinger  Marmalade,  per bottle 25c.
Red Gooseberry  Jam, bottle 25c.
Canned Tomatoes, large tins, 2 for
-tc
Canned Corn. 2 for 25c
Canned Peas, per tin. 10c
SATISFACTION  IS OUR AIM
New  Wsstminater   Bowlers   Hit  the
High Spot* In Inter-City Oame
���Total 2*10 Pins.
New Wostmlnster bowling records
went by the boards on the Club al-'
leys last evening when the Royals
cleaned up the Ellsworth bunch from
Vancouver ln an lntcr-clty league eon-
m*mm\J-^m-*m*^m^^^m*m*m>*m-^m*****r*m^m*m-.
Dean's Grocery
lure Hook
-UmMe Street.
City Theatre
FRIDAY ANO SATURDAV
"THE TAMING OF
THE SHREW"
Shaksspeare'a Fgrte Comedy
Beautifully done ia a three part
motion picture, full of hearty laughs
aad big dnaatle eceass.
K.  H.  BUCKUN.
Pros aad (leal. Mgr.
. BEAKDSL-CB.
Vlee-PrealdeM
W. W. tt. BUCKUN.
Mae  ��������<l Trees.
SMALL-HUN LUMBER CO., Ltd
MANUFACTURERS  OF
Cedar and  Spruce
fnane* No. i  _'K> *tl.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phonee 15 and It. �������� Columbia Street W.
Wholesale and retail dealers ia fan famous Comcx steam and
Xurnaee coaL A ton of this eoal will, wttkont doubt, boll more water
than any other coal on the market.
We alao have a limited supply or OM Wellington (Ladysm.th>
coal for stove and grate.
We carry a good stock of bu_M.IJK material. Including Vancouver
brand of Portland Cement Thla -eif ft k belag used by the Dominion and Provincial Goveiameats. aad all tke large corporation-,
and contractors ln tbe proviaee. It ]��� guiiad very fine and is very
smlform. Hand wall plaster. Hae, aaaal. gravel crushed rock, vitrified
sever pipe, drain tlle. comma aad >rsswii krfck, flre clay and tire
astek.    - '���������������'���     -
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This Is S Bpeclal, creamy, amber brew, prefaced ttt the C-trtafr
maa trade. We have made apeclal affwtt .W ,*.C^'v^MMUt-^^wkMl
thould ple��w the public. 8ead your ordtr earlr *a this parUoBlar
stock la limited.   Pries aame aa '***t*n**t.n
Westminster
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Oor Interior Finish la aa��ateatw��d ******* Wbst -specialty selected far fiat Oral*. ,   Tj ~.___
We are alao speclallalng la Fir- MMiiHk   Vaaaered   Pnaele, ,
which are better la coastracttea. Mt^MMNH aad ao more ea-
pensive than tbe old solid rained BWUMMt
Oet mmt prteaa before pli a��g pwr ****��.
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I'HE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER  12. 1913.
_,'
*-'  I
Classified Advertising
TENEMENT  HOUSES BUILT
IN   ANCIENT   ROMP
AGENCIES.
HAStftl'lioli   ADS   WILL   BE   RR-
f-eivc.i for The Neva at the following places:    !���'. T. Hill's drug Btore,
���28   Colombia    slreet;    A.    Sprice,
QMeaaborough, l.ulu Uland; Mrs.
BL Larden, Highland l'ark; Mrs. V.
I_ewis, Alia \ it-la.
RATES.
FOR  SALE
FIPT. PER CENT, OFF ALL BED
furnishings till Christmas, Genuine
iiiiui j raising reductions in all
other lines. Western Home Furnishers, in Columbia street.   (2684)
KOR    SAI.K    A    CERTIFICATE    IN
piano "dot contest":    worth    $120.
Particulars at i'i
Phone nil.
Ash   Btreet,   or
[2689)
Claealfled���One cent per word per
��__y; 4c per word per week; 16c per
-aicnth, 6,000 worda, to be used aa re-
��ulr<-t_ wlihln one year trom date of
���ontrmct.  125.00.
V A N T __ I) ��� CONTRACTORS TO
.���reel bungalow. Particulars 7 io 8
jMii., No. -477 Eighth avenue cast,
cily.
578)
TEACHERS WANTED.
TKACHER WANTED FOR BLUB
Mountain Scliool, North Road. Co-
quitlam. Must commence duty
openin*. of Christmas term. Salary
$65 per month. Must have first or
second class B. C. certificate. Apply
K Martin. Chairman School Board.
Burquillam P. O. {---*)
TO  BtNl
BOOR VACANT ROOMS TO RENT
to gentlemen roomers at 803 Carnarvon street. I_*j9'_)
SMALL    IMPROVED    PARM,    ON
Irani line, for sn... or exchange for
Inside city properly.   P, O, Box 1143.
(2678)
FOB SALE A PAIR OK HAY
horses. risliiR seven and eight
years; weight 2800 Ihs. Will be
sold on the market on Dee. lOih. J.
E. Davis. Tynehead. B, C.      l-.MiHl
FOR    SALE -SELL    YOI'R     PROP
erty through an ad. In this column.
FOR SALE���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges: every one guaranteed. Mar
kit square. (2619)
COLLECTIONS.
RAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY
where. No collection, no charge
American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag
pnev. 336 Hastings street west. Van
couver. (251S)
AUCTION SALES.
FURNITURE, STORE STOCKS AND
farm sales conducled. Kurnltun
bought for cash. P. B. Brown. 17
Begble streel, New Wesiminster
(2517)
The lenemi lit house is no new
thing, for in ancient Rome so meal
was their number and so badly were
tiny put up iiiut in on a.i>. the emperor OthOi who was marching
against Vltelllus, found liis way barred for twenty miles by llie ruins of
buildings that had been undermined
by   an   Inundation,     'lhe   spontaneous
collapse of tenement houses, a writer
in  au  exchange  asserts,  was  such  n
common thing that    little    attention I
was paid to it.
The tenants of these houses have
been described by a writer of the
time as fearing to be buried or burned alive.   Companies existed for the
purpoSV  of  propping  and    sustaining
houses.
In comparison with the tenements
of most modern cities, those of Rome
were exiessively Uinh. Martial alludes io a poor man, a neighbor, who
had 10 mount 200 steps to reach Ills
garret, That gairet must have been
perched nearly 100 feet above the
levi 1  Of the  street.
II  is possible lhat Martial exagRer-,
attd, but It Is certain that   Augustus
to make less frequent the occurrence
of disasters, limited the height Of new .
houses thnt opened upon the streets!
to aboul 68 feet. As this wu-i a re
medial regulation, and referred onlv
to new houses fronting on the street
it follows that some houses must
have exceeded that height. This,
hwever. was irrespective of the
breadth of the street.
In  Llerlin the medium  width of Uie I
sireets is 22 meters, and In I'aris the
narrower*,   streets   are   nearly   eight
meters   wide,   while    the     streets Of
Rome  extended    only    five    or    six ;
meters,  and on  these narrow  Streets
Ihe tall houses were built.    Light and |
air must have had some difficulty In i
penetrating those    narrow    walled-ln
passages,
Huerta Not Strong Man
Says Senor Covarradias
���FOK KENT���IK lOU HAVE ROOMS
to rent Iry an ad. iu this column.
FURNISHED COMPLETE, HOUSE
keeping rooms. Jl" and $15 per
month at 224 Seventh street. (2ii22i
Pioneer Books on n.r. nml California tn-
��� a pioneer. Canadian Camp Life, -nd edition i Among tli'- Peoples ot u. <':. -, In tlw
Pathless Went; Nan. or Pioneer Women
land Enn. The sets nf five fnr ta.llli or
7Tic. p*t copy ml Jan. ilth. Address P\
ED, Herring, 1117 Hamilton Bt., Kew
WeBtmlnster, B.C., nr nnv of llie book
store's.   Discount to the trado.
(2616)
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Blocks 4, 5, 7, 8. 9, 10 and 12   ol
part of S. \V. Vi, Section 18, Township 8.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title to
llie above property will be issued to
Mabel Ixiuiaa Playtair on the 31st day
���.if December, 1918; unless In the mean
time a valid objection be made to me
in writing by a   person    or   perse;::.'
claiming an estate or Interest therein,
er in any part thereof.
J. C. GWYNN,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., November
25th, 1.13.
Tbe person or persons having in
their custody or possession tlie following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
name to the undersigned,
17th January, 1S79. Crown grant to
Uortf/in ramii r Dafoe of S. W, (4,
ttecuon 1*. Township 8.
17th January, 1879. Oordon Parmer
'tsfoe to Qeorge Marshall, conveyance
sai fee of the PAV. 10 acres of S.W.U
Section IS, Township R.
-���.1st December, 1908, Gordon Parmer
_>afoe to Jack Miller, conveyance In
Tee of S. part of S.W.%, Section    IS.
Township 8.
24th September, 1904, Cordon Parmer Dafoe to Jack Miller, conveyance
in fee part of S. W. '.i, Section IS,
Township fi.
Ilth February, 1903. Jack Miller to
David Wright, conveyance In fee ol
the south portion of S W. 'i of See
tion 18, Township R. except 10 acres
J. ('. GWYNN.
4.2476)        District Registrar of Titles
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones:  OfTice 53. Residence 429
JOHN  REID. Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING AND
BLACKSMITHINC
Agents      Palmer      Bros.'    Gnsollm
(Engines,   Marine   Engines   and   Auto
mobile Repairs.
Office and Works:  Tenth St.
P.O. Box 474.     New Westminster. B C
"Get The Habit"
Specials
Today
10 a.m.-Teapots
Your Choice���25c each.
7.30 p.m.���Platters and
Vegetable Dishes
Your Choice���25c each.
The Fair
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Offlcs   Phons   IIS.      flsrn   Phon*   II
���sgbls Strsst
Hskhskp tisllvartl Promptly  ts
any psrt ot tha elty
SPIRELLA CORSETS
Made   to   measure,   guaranteed  one
year.    Tlione CTS fur appoii.tment.
MRS. TWISS, City   Manager.
12485) 237 Sneih Street.
Light and Heavy Hauling U"^. f ave-BTOWHC-Cave
CITV OF NEW WFSTMIMSTES. f) I
Att
THE     SUPREME     COURT    OF
BRITISH    COLUMBIA.
Jn Probate.
en  ibe  Matter ol  the Bstate of Thomas
Johnson, laU of Uie City of New West-
111I11M1 r.   I I is'il
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat all
.-���.editor-, and other persons having any
. i.iims or demands against tne estate of
iht- atiovi- named Thomas Johnson, late
�����f the City "I Kew Westminster. In the
1'iiimlv nt a'i-a WeBtmlnsier, In ths Pro-
.iiH-e of British Columbia, deceased, who
..li.il on the < -   nd du   of *-*, ptemher, 1913,
��� n.l vfii.is,- will was | i '-."I In lhi  Supi  *
t'l.urt i.f British Colu . bla on lhi  lhl
i.iv .,f October,  ISIS,  and  to  whosi   ".'1
.���ml iKTwiii.il eslnti   Ictte i ol  aUtninlstm-
i,,u wiiii lie- will   I'.'*,  led wen  grant   I to
lantes Jol nsui   ol  ilu* City ol   New  -A * -t-
i.:,i.---.i i   . '' u     iid,   ire hi rchj   renulwl
a*, n.l owl li -ilu *    Ii   ivrltl f thch
,i   iii-minid* i"  Hm*  undersigned   thi
mfolstrator  n Ith   *' *   ������*��� 11   innex< *l
before the Uth ..... ol .i in lai     IBM, ol lhe
undermentioned iKlilri  k, aftei  whli
; i���- aald   -vl"*      " **"'   ���'��� Kb  tlv
��� leaned will pri*    d    i dlslrlbuti   ;
mf   the   sata   'I In ' ...'.
���monies!  ''������* P '* ������ > entitled thereto
love rriT-iM only tn ll    plain     ind d   u.inrt
,t which he ���*.' ill then I        '    I noti'
,        >*,,:      , tratoi    i*tth   tlio  ��111  an-
rh ������."! will nol I"* Hal li   foi   il"    iss'
i he s.iiii *n .,.*:������ Jolini   i  ai	
vir- iheri-of tin iHstrtbutert to ans   ;
��� ,v i- raons ','. whose cln nm oi  demands bo
-i..ill   nol   lhi n   havo   I  id   i.  llm
l-ated ihis Ilth day "f December, A.D
-���ill.
.1 .MBS ���)��� IHNSI in.
Mmm-hrtTBtor with the Will Aniift*>��d. ;i*j
Kutluh  sl cet,  N w   Westminster,  B.C.
���i ��SS1>
New Wellington
COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office.  554  Front  Street,
Foot of Sixth  Street.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105
Mrs.
and Missx
I ..11 AM.,  A UC M
; 4EM3ERS OF THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
Lessons in  Pianoforte,  Violin, ding
] .ng,  Voice    Production,    Theory    (in
��� :lasB or privately), Harmony, Counterpoint, Musical Form and History.
Pupils prepared   for   the   examinations of the Associated Board of   tlie
iloyal  Academy  of   Music  and   Royal
i ^olleRe of Music.   Also   Professional
Diplomas, Teacher or   Performer.
For  terms,  etc..  apply   51   Dufferin
Street.   Phone 411 R.
HERBERT R VIDAL &tt
o*��5��-A
IN   TKE   MATTER   OF   THE
MECHANICS LIEN  ACT,
.in'l_Jn  the  Matter of n   Mechanics'   Lien
\W.T   hattels   Claimed   i>v   Jol n   li* 11
Carrying on Business as "Westminster
Iron   Works."
Pursuant   lo Section 37 of t lid  reclti I
SI ii ,i,   I. John Reid, ol  the City ol  New
Westminster,  Prnvh f  British Columbia,   Mi' I ���:.!'     Propi i* im   "i   the   west-
mlnsb r   Iron   Works,   bereb-j   n   ���   n itle
thai  In ismuch as tho sum "f $178.00  Is
now  due  and   unpaid   mi    fol   ***   r  three
g,  ,,. mil     ifl  ���  lhi   h "in* ought to l> <��� ���������
���     ���         ,         to wll   on thi   ��� Uh ���! 15   "'
..,-*. ii   ; *���      for Ihe repati    * in H    I
mi -**.       * *���      -    *	
i me l"** *..--, pound marine I lldi
valve * ng * * fi ' Inch slroke. with
direct cm led air clrei: ting nnd feed
pimii      il        i   * * .   * *   **' oss
ill    ���       HH ���'.  Hll     .'.'I'     : 111-1    Uriel
11               .*      i    This cnglm
[ond wort        ��� oudltlon   *.* **:i   m ������������   nrank
.    ifl   und 1     i ogs and   link   mollon   rc-
i newi il und di   ��� Ippes ahoul   1 ��� h.p
;     (i   respect "' nnd upon which sniil chattel I havi  ;i lien f"i i icy, skill ond n*. i-
lerlal Is -'* wed by m** upon H iid mil '
In its alter itloi rep li ��� I Improvi ��� t,
Ihereby Incri aslns lh i   nl  *��� *:'i ehnt-
tel,  uiiii'i*.  s.iiii chattel  v..,-  leti with me
l.v Wallei   \. Hill- v  of :������ w W iin ������ ���*
B.C., contractor, claiming to be thi   owner
then of, 'tr or ni I II dnv "I Api ll.
1913 foi repairs, alb rations and Imorove-
in,ni. and thai I wtll nl tlv  i itnlratlon of
two  * : i   wei kn fl  *   *   fl    *   i ���'.'  *������*.* ���
or ibis fill, ni-*, in-ni In wit, nn Saturdav.
,,i  ' ii ,   m - r   * IH ',. sell hy
public Ruction    i     , ��� foi   tbe sn	
, i  . ,, i |udi bti in' sn dn    im*   thi' "ii   '
tin  i    * i oi ,,i.,���*'... *,.' ii- and ������ '*.'������
,,:   * iid  * *,:
Tlie ti; '.'I I * ���'������'  of si   I Ruction   ' li
wlll li'* nt Hi" I '* ������'     :;'* " **' ' '���  "   ' "
ufti i:. ion '���:> -' iturdnv, thc : "i 'l.i" "I
11.... nibi i- i '.!��� *.. ni mv ii noun offlc
i\.    mil   ter   Iron   Works,   No,   ill.    ""!
     ���-, w  \\* iti ibisi  ���    R.i'. "i which
,it t.i,t.i.��� ���- i one 'i ���!��� *i   i o n -i'lil* *i *    * iki
non ind govern themselves accordlnglv
li it.-d thla :.'ii il.iv of  ii in"* i.  A.D
191,1,
.u ii in- i;':tii.
llv lil. Solicitor, .1   1'.   Ilnmnli i,  r. *i .  ;<
I,., no  -���* reet, N �� Westmlnnt' ��� ��� R ''.
������;.,  -mi   \\ in. i*  A   (Jllley,   Esq    n i I  I"
Wl "i *   i   * i tv i' mc '* ���
lul P��lill    'i ,ii of mis notlc , Cth  !��� -
, ��� inn, -    * *   i .:','.. I
Ywr AC0LU
MBIA     STREET,
WESTMINSTER
Oirls' classes, Tuesday 7:30 p.m.:
JAduit classes, Thursday, 10:1)0 a.m.;
Sewing classes, Thursday, 7:?,o p.m.
Boarding and room rates reasonable
! Meals served lo ladles and gentlemen.
Special dinner Fridays, 11:30 to 1:30.
Per particulars call phone 1824.
Wbat  wilh  lhe harbor Improvements, tlie further
DEVELOPMENT OF
ths (liberies and
Ailclmon's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Westminster ia coming to
her own.
J.N. AITCMISOIN
Tailor to --'lies and Gentlemen.
WrM min ster Trust Block.
London, Deo. ll.-The Chronicle
publishes an Interview on the Mesi-
oan situation with Senor Miguel Co-
vai'rubias, the doyen of Mexican diplomats, Who is at present In London,
Senor Covarrublas wus, until the
end of last month, Mexican minister
at at.   Petersburg,    Peeling  himself
at   variance  in  many   ways  wilh  the
lluerla regime, he resigned tlmt position and resolved to employ his
freedom irom official restraint 111 an
endeavor to spread in Bngland tue
truth about conditions in liis native
country.
The ex-tiilnlstcr Is Mexico's most
experienced diplomat lb- entered
tlie service at the age of 25, and since
then he has represented his oountry
in all tne Ruropean capitals,
one of his earliest positions was
ihat of secretary of tlie Mexican legation in London, and later he returned to London as minister, spending four years in thai  position,
Senor Covarrublas has been mentioned by President Wilson as a probable presldenl of Mexico, and il will
be teen, therefore, that be can speak
with greal authority und. perhaps,
unequalled experience with regard to
the st-riuiis problem confronting tlie
United States.
"What   is  now   the  extent    of  the
revolution  ln  Mexico0''  was the  first1
question put to S.nor t'ovarrubins byi
a  newspaper    representative,    whom
the   >���:-., luii'.isler   received   most   cordially.
"Well," was tlie reply, "Mexico consists of twenty-seven provinces, and I
only in five of ihese can it be said
tliat Qonsral Huerta's writ really
runs. The olhers ure either entirely
in the hands ol the Constitutionalists,
cr partially occupied and being raided by them.
"Undoubtedly th" most enlightened
BestiOU ol  lbe people Is on their side
thai is lo say. almost all the people
cf the north of the country, who are
nai in ally, by reason cf their being
near llie United States border. In a
position to he Influenced by the dem*
ccratlc spirit of that country. The
Constitutionalists have recently received a stroni; reinforcement in ihat
they   have  been  joined    liy    ton. ral
/utgeles.
"This general is one of the ablest
nu n in Mexico, He was until lately
head of the military coll'"-,, at Mox-
ico Cily. General Carranza, in the
cabinet���wa may call it liy a term
you use in Bngland, the 'shadow cabinet' ���which be has partially formed,
has appointed (leneral Angeles tn the
position if Becretary of  war. and he
iis undoubtedly a great asset to the
I Constitutionalist  pany."
An  Honest Man.
General Carranza, tn,. leader of the
I Constitutionalists, is. Bald Senor Co-
i varrublas, a very honest man. He has
i tlle  BUppori  of    all   those    who    are
! against   ihe     lluerta    regime,     it   is
'probably the first time that a revo-
lutlonary leader lias had 'he complet*.
support of his followers.   He inspires
i thc utmost confidence and his ranks
| an? daily being Increased, It was
during Madero's struggle against
li.li/: that he showed hi? fine qualities
land was promoted to tiie ran't ot
colonel.
j "And what is ihe relative strength
rf tbl military forces of tbe opposing
parlies'.'"
"1 think that Carranza has certainly goi 80,000 nun behind him." replied Senor Covarrublas, "But, of
course, you must remember that the
Constitutionalists are greatly hampered by being unable to get any large
quantity ot arms and ammunition.
Tliey have to rely very largely upon
what tliey can capture from the fed-
' erals.
"Huerta, on tbe oilier hand, has to
i pay nis soldiers at. a high rate to keep
them on his side,    lie has be, n  fore
: ed io increase that pay frccuu itly
until now ii is as much as (l.i I a
day��� proof that !ii;; soldiers place
money before everything.    So.  I am
���. mire, there would he no questiop as
to   whicli  sid"   would    b"    victorious
.were tlte Constitutionalists  In  a po-
: Fition t- act    vigorously   on the ng-
! grcssive."
Huerta's Weakness.
"And   your   opinion   of   General
, Huerta, Senor?"
"It is a mistake to regard Huerta
BB a strong mnn.    He Is far from be-
; liig so. Kver since he achieved power
he lias been losing ground di spite
the 1 i' i  'o'i   I"* has had all  tli" re.
. sourci ��� cf the govi enm< nl at his
,, mmand.   in n y   opinion,   be will
' aoon be I ��� ��� i I i undi rstand thai he
lias pi i  ii: *   ei p '' i'f 'he civilized
count! IfcB nl l'i" v orld. and that, '"
gather with ine grow'lng strength of
tin* postl ��� i; of the CqmI tutlonallsts,
will ;>������'.��� .i.inie bi'ii to Tnd BOnie wny
ou: of the difficult! tor him ������ if. 'Al
present howai er. while he belli vi -
'that ne Iris some real power und is
able lo I.i . ii  in i  |i* s tlon. leuvi:;.*  bi
have said, that will provide
ent  president  with  a   way
leslas  I'alderon,  llie other geiiiloniun j
spoken of by tlte United States president us a suitable candidate to sue-;
ceed General  Huerta,
"Whal about General Carranza?"    j
"I think be would make a vry good]
president."  was tbe reply.   "Anyone I
would  be  better  than  Huerta, bul   I |
am  sure   the  besl  innn   for the  position is Senor Igbslns.    lie Is u lawyer and  very highly    respected    by
everyone, und is a senator,    lie  is
just now in Mexico City, lie Is about
fi5 years of age and  Is the  son  of a
great    Mexican   statesman   of   the
period   ut   the   Flench   intervention
one     of     llle     famous    Trlunivirute,
wiiiiii consisted of Benor Juarez, the
president, Senor Lerdo. tiie minister
for foreign affairs, anil Senor IglsStas,
who held several portfolios, among
them those of Justice and finance.
Benor Igleslas 'a Mexican, when his
father's name Is Somewhat common,
as a rule adds his mother's to It, so
Senor Igleslas's sun la also known os
Senor Igleslas i'alderon, inlurlts all
the  sterling    qualities    of    his great
father,   He kept aloof from   politics
during the Dlas regime, as, being a
thorough democrat at heart, he did
not approve of a military dictatorship.
iiffainike-will cinstlircin cm em nnfw
Way Out for Huerta.
"Well, let Huerta appoint hlm i.iiu
Ister  of foreign    affairs,    and.    as   I
the presto  climb
down and a method    of    saving    Ills
face."
"And   now,   with   regard   to     President  Wilson's policy'.'"
"I think that the l'nited States
president is guided by very statesmanlike motives, I do not regard
his as a severely idealistic policy
It is extremely practical, It is practical because tbe establishment ol
real government in Mexico is tin
only wuy to preserve peace and to
ensure progress. And ll will bave a
good Influence on other American
states. President Wilson believes, as
I do, lhat tin' only way lo end the \
revolution is to show that power, tin- .
outcome of usurpation and supported
only by llie army, cannot be allowed
to stand. It cannot stand, in fail,
for under such a regime there oan .
be no end to unrest,
"1 am sure that the United States]
will   not   find   it   necessary   to   inter-1
vem      li   is not. a matter agalnsl  tin*
Mexican   people.   Inn   against   lluerla i
and    u   small   band   of   supporters
alone,     invents  have  prosed   thai   he
cannot rula Mexico, and once his po-:
sltlon is weakened, as it is being, until hs can bold it  no longer, then the.
IMi clean people may in- trusted to In-
stal a government which will bo the
expression of the popular will.
"That is tiie  sort  of  government
which lbe Mexican people wish u
see, The vast majority of them are
thoroughly convinced thai only s
government in sympathy with the
people can restore peace and order i
in the country, for the problems
whicli   face    a   Mexican     governmenl
are social problems.    Till  these nn-1
faced and tackled no progress enn be!
made, and it Is absurd lr, suppose that
a military dictator can lake lhal tak .
in baud,    ll requires a people's pres'.-'
dent."
Foreign Concessions.
".;.'! foreign concessions   n��� ��� 11.��� r'."'
"As  to foreign  ��� once.-sions,  no one,
i.i i d have any fear of a democratic
governmenl    Indeed, sueh a govern
menl should b" welcomed I- ail having   Interests  in   Mexico     No  govt re-
nn in   wuuld or could  Interfere  with
th" legitimate nm i-. .-������*. if thosi  wha
bave concessions in rn* country.
"it   was a  great   mlBtaki    I     I. iie  '
1 tiiat  Madi ro was i p.- ;i ;1 '.'i - ona i
Meie   whicb bad been granted, or to
'anything in tbe same Daturo within
reason-, Whal in- wished was to keep
them within decent bounds, llm he
did not really have a chance, so It is
tola liy wrong and iinjusi to judge the
Constitutionalists by what happened
during the s'.iort administration of
M-idero."
Senor Covarrublas spoke most enthusiastically of th" resources and
��� the future of his country, whieh will
be. be said, capable of such enormous
development when the present tro
uble, which the ex-minister thinks
w ill be the last of its kind, will bave
( i.di'd.
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- don't let It wear you down and
keep you miserable lor twolor three
week:;. Knock II out at once with
a lew do:*.C5 of
NA-DRU-CO
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Licorice and Chlorodyne
This splendid household remedy is pleasant to Uke���sbsolutely
(tte���quickly In action���sure In results. II gives Immediate relief
from QOUghs, colds, bronchitis, hoarseness, loss ol voice, pains iu tlie
chest or any similar throat or lunp trouble.
Cel a 25c. ��r SOc. bottle (torn your Druggist and keep It In Ihe
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C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
On Your Trip Around The World
carrv your funds In Travellers' Cheques. Issued by (he Dominion
Bank Af loat or ashore - at every port of call ���on all the aide trips
��� you can have these cheques ca.sVd at their face value. You pay
no foreign exchange. You don't have to be Identified by any
person. You are safe from loss because you- and you alone ���can
car,h these Travellers" Cheques. If they should be lost or stolen
they cannot be cashed by finder or thief.
These cheques  are  more than a convenience ���they  aro  a
positive necessity when you go abroad.
NEW WESTMlN3TEn Qfra NCH ]   a H,  MATHEWSON,  M.najfr.
NOTICE
:it\ 8.
p m.
nild-
ALTERATION OF RUNNING SCHEDULE   OF   INTERURBAN   LINE
TO VANCOUVER, VIA CENTRAL   PARK,   ANO  OF   FRASER   VALLEY DIVISION.
EFFECTIVE  SUNDAY, NOV.  2,  1913.
(Subject to cbange without notics)
WESTMINSTER-VANCOUVER (VIA  CENTRAL   PARK.)
Bunday sobsdnle���Trains lssvs Nsw Westmlmtw at 6. 7. 7
x iiu and 9 a.m., und svery '_') minutes thsrsaftsr until 8:80
After 8:80 isrvloe svery 30 minutes with lam car leaving al
night.
Week day schedule -Trains leavo New Westminster at r., r, i',. a,
8.15. 8:80, ��:45. 7, 7:15. 7:ill), 7:45 and S a.m., and every 'in minutes
until 4 p in.. Krom 4 pm. to 8*_o p.m. a 15 minute service will be
given.   After 8:30 p.m. a 80 minute service wllh bint car at midnight
Saturday Bervlce ���Karly morning schedule the same as mi week
days, but after 8 am, a 15 minute service will be given until inid-
n i sell t
FRASER   VALLEY   DIVISION.
Tliniui'b tialns fnr Chllllwack leave New Weatmlnsler daily at
0 3ii am. attd 1:10, 3:35 and 5:45 p.m.. Trains leave Chllllwack dally
fnr return trip nt 8:10 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. and 1:10 and 5:45 p m.
Daily Bxcress service to Chllllwack frnm New Westminster at 9:50
ii.in  and 3:35 p m
liltlllSH GIILMA ElEtiTRl. RAILWAY COMPANY
NEldNA LOOKS
LIKE GOOD ONE
fact thai the bench ground Is at least
as *,:oi.d as th,, creek claims.
Grub Is Pearce,
Grub continues to be s iar
ilu r.. itt absolutely none for ill .... I
no prospect ol any being thixi n on
ih" markel at th Umi Vbsolutoly
no ma,in. has ���' ��������� a up in thi i mm
the '���''  both �� arrived bere before iii * bi.'!:- berth, li in unknown
. ���������*.��� hut ', arse will be pursued, H
vi niii bardl; be Justifiable, according
to steamship men, to refuse tha men
to land bere and make the steamship
companies responsible for keeping
them uliiii' the -ships are loading and
discharging here and then carry them
bark   to  their   native     lands     free  of
charge.
The transpacific business will be
materially affected by Hi" new regulation. The Chinese and Japanese
travel, which annually yldds large
sums of money Into the treasuries ot
tin- s teamshlp companies, will he cut
dnuu enormously. Buslnrsi between
Beattle ami other American const
ports lo Victoria will be affected, as
tho many men who coun* here to seek
wiik will noi be allowed admission
anil the Immigration men will have a
difficult lnsk keeping their eyes open
to  Pri vent laborers  from Slipping  In
PALL GOODS.
Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles and
place your ortter now.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
MINIMUM   WAGE   FOR
WOMEN   IN  OREGON
VICTORIAN ORDER OF MISSES
I'   [.,  MacPlieraon, Salesbury Ave,,
BdmondB,  will    be   open    to receive
; Kilts  of  food,  clothing   and   toys   to
.make up tor Christmas hampers tor
the nei dy,
posl appi
sprtlon.
"Bul us
tbere wlll
soin.- pi r;
strong
STORAGE
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION.
Read - fhe - News
Royal Intelligence Bureau
415 Wentminiiter Trust Bulldlnfl.
J.  M. GAWA.  Mtjr.
Exclusive agent for H. ohsshi *
Co., Now Vnrii, manufacturers of
Typewrit"i flacking shoots. Carbon
Papers. Ribbons, etc. Mall address,
Drawer  110 Kew  Westminster.
������I- I---; i. hi i by nivin thnt thn part-
.. i il   ���.    ���,,>-.,���,    .iibslst.lps  Iv tween   us
the ��� ,..i,T-i-_-..-i Charles r  Knrrtlng. Stan-
nfl Peril y A. Jones, ini'l-
. ;   mder  the   firm   name  and  styls  of
"l''iii��'i    Itlver    l'lle    IirlvltiK   Ciimimnv,
lum  mis  day i��*' i  iii��hoIv��"1 by  mutual
nnnsent, 'rl" sulfl firm known ns th��
Fraser H'vir I'll, iirlvln-j Company shall
in, iii-n-il mi hv tho sniil I'l'ih'V A. Jonea
nnii Rlnnlev li. Simpson, Hi" sahl Charrea
!���'   Harding having retired from the imri-
nctslill'
I .,i'i| al  N- w Wnstmlnster, H   "-, thin
ilrnt day ..f  Hi .-mber,   A.   I).   i:i1:i.
f   i'. nAitinNd.
I'|-:hi,1'.V a. JONI5R
HTANJ-EY   II.   BIMPSOM
���vi',��� ra:    GLADYS  DICK, (2531)1
tn   to hun to savor of de-
long u* he stays in power
be trouble;     He   had, so
ii    Imagined,    some    fairly
.  iround l"in at tho begin-
[ning, and it  wuh no doubt tlie pteB-
enca 'i  ihoae men that mail" people
Mn..|.i   thai    his Pile    ml.qlit    possibly
i > |i I :   i .,,������' gt i <; iv-iiU��.    And where
un   those men  now.  He has either
imiii'i ' i" I them ' i- dflven thi m Into
vile,    Hlfl   i ii !.*���',   of  '"nils",    wns
fear.     Hi   lilH "   hi     OOUld    nnly  hold
bin poi Itlon a   ��������� dictator,
"W hat i 111 I I'M-eii'.' Well, i1 ia
bi mewhal M fflculi to snv. but, In my
belief, when lluerta seen himself isolated and his position weakening he
will find Bome un Muc! of giving up
bis place, and ol _o jiak'lng room for
n nun who has the support of tli"
people.
'���i'or ii stance, he    miRlii    appoint
y.i mcone io ih" poBt of minister for
for,- inn   affairs    Tbere    is.   at the
present time,  no  vtco-pr^sldent, and;
In that case ihe foreign ttllnlstor acts)
In  lhal  position,  nnd would  become i
automatically president."
The  Bctt  President.
Here It mav be stated that. Senor
Covaitublas himself has hern mentioned by President Wilson hh a
probable president, but the c.-mlnls-
Food Scares, But Gold Outlook Is O.K
���standard   AsscMmcnt  of
Ceven  Days.
lir Is a keen supporter of Senor Ik
Seward,  Alaska,    Nov,  -0.   Favorable reports continue   to   come   out
from the Mataniiuku-.S'clcliin.'i and
many are either ki Mini: away at once
for the new diggings or planning on
leaving any time between now and
ilu* tiri-t of ilu* year. Outfits are get
tiiiK away from Reward, Koine, hi via
Knik, where they will outfil and
freight thetr wluler supplies up the
Matanuska river. Nol n few ure leaving for the Nt'Ich na from Valdeis, ro
InR In by way <f copper Centre and
then up the Nelcbliiii from lhat point.
The Blampeders have pretty thoroughly Btuliid all the creeks that
wer�� mentioned In the first storlea
ihat came out. of the camp, and at
lliis lime many new creeks to the
north   and   weal  i (   the   diggings   are
being siaiuil and considerable pros
peeling will be done this winter.
One ihiiiK thnl is proving a surprise
I to the old timers 111 the country is the
I fact that the benches oil lower Crook-
led creak nre prospecting so well. The
topography  Of  the  country  Is no  flat
that ii was thought that whatever pay
j was located  would  be In  the creek
beds,  but oareful   work  In  the  prospecting lino   has   demonstrated   tho
i
I In time of employment before a
woman shall be considered an exp* rl*
enceii worker and entitled to the minimum wage Is fixed at one year, ii ml
the wage for the apprentice period l.t,
fixe,! at ir, n week.
. was composed or
three representatives each of the en*
bloy.TB, the employees and tho general public.
The oonferei
thri'i
For nursing mothers
Na-Dru-Co Laxative?
offer the important advantage that they do not disturh
the rest of the system or
affect the child.
35c. a box at your
Druggist's.
N-iian_l Drae And Ch-raka! Ce-
oi <_��_,���_.. Umilwi.     175
B. C. COAST SS. SERVICE
From Vancouver for Victoria.
! 10:00 am Dally
i 2:00  p.m Daily
11:45  p.m Daily
��� Prom Vancouver for Seattle.
' 10.00 a.m Daily
11:00 s.tn Dally
From Vsncouvsr for Nanalmo.
, 8:00  p.m Dslly
Nanalmo, Union Ba/ and Comox.
��:��0 am Wednesday und Friday
Vancouver, Union  Bay, Powell  River.
11:45 a.m Kvery other Saturday
For Prince Rupert and Alaska.
11:00 p.m Kvery other Saturday
-Tince Rupert, Granby Bay and Skeena
Rlvsr Points.
11:00 pin WodneBdays
For Qulf Island Points.
7:00 an. TuesdayB for Victoria    Call
ni'< at poluts In the Qulf Islanda.
tffV (iOtfLKT,  Amwt, New  WMImllMttr.
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When you take your
Eastern Trip
you  may  as  well  travel  In  comfort
and  at  minimum  cost.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
HOLIDAY
Ticketb will he on sale December 20
li> January 1 at single fare and one-
third for the round trip,   flood to return January 5.
H. OOIJI.BT, Agent
New \Ve.imln��l��r
11. W   BRODIN. O. P   A.. Vancouver
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From Him to Her or Her to Him.
WATERMAN'S IDEAL or
SWAN FOUNTAIN
PEN
We have just received handsome presentation,
gold mounted pens. Many have new and unique features, especially in ladies' pens.   Presentation pens
are sold with a handsome leather velvet lined case.
PRICES FROM $2.",(. UP TO $16.00.
For Christmas books and {rifts of all descriptions you go to
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LIMITED
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Visit Our
BIG
twMping   Ordcr-in-Council   Ering.
Some    V��ry     Intcrcs'-in-}
Problems.
Up
Y
Bt. r torsburg, Di a. 11 A dialing
ulshed member of the Russian dtplo
matli: corps, \l. petroff, the n-w coun
'.-iii!..* ' f lhe 1' naiiou al Bucharest
has iin victim, laat week, or an
amatlng adventure a< lhi bands o!
Russian railway oftlclalg,
Pi tioff waa poiiiK to Bt, Peti ra
burn to receive lur, Official Instructions and v.bili, the train stopped al
Klein, between Mosdow and Tower,
he Jumped out to buy a paper, liefore
lie could return the train Started, and
tbe diplomat bad to jump oa a bag-
gags tar. A guurd tried to push blm
iii. but Petroff n lated and wenl
through the train to a third clasa
c< nipartmi .'.
lh* bad been there but a few mln _ _ (orcrt,  ukilled  or  unskilled,  shall  be
ntu  v..ii ii ii.i,<- guards asked him ti   lect your Xmas Gifts.     IOU and the same is hereby prohibited.
pay  a  lm.   for lumping <.n  the  train       .��� , ���      ,        _, ! Affecting  Those   Afloat.
whlli     ii   vas    In    motion       Pen, tl   Will be surprised at the WOn-     Tlie one great point over which the
     'aj   ln   "l0U0"-     feuwi i steamship men are worrying is sum-
���bowed bis diplomatic papers, wblcb  f]01.ful values WC are offer- n"-d "l-1 in ---<-  following:   "Will tha
tin* guards threw on tbe floor. ^ immigrants now en routu to this prov-
Vlctprla, in.-, ii.   Bome Interesting
developments *re expected to follow
iin' i nil i-in -council    whloh    bas just
been passed ut Ottawa Tor the total
���exclusion cf every class o: iinr.ii-raiit
who may wish to   tain   admission to
Brltlab Columbia  by  j;s ports on  the
| Pacific seaboard lor a period cf near-
ily four months,     Steamship   aK.ntu
I here today have been trying to ascer-
I tain just to  wbat    < jttent    tlie    new
regulation goes.
i    According to the available informs-
[tlon,  the  new  act   went    into    force
December  1,  and   from  now  cn  until
: March  81,  1814,  the  landing  at any
port of entry   in    Britiah   Columbia
'hereinafter    specified    of any  imini-
,        ,    . ;_iani of any oi the following classes
NOV,'airtUUy tor J'OU tO se-or occupations, namely, artisans, lab-
DEPARTMENT
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We Would Like to
Show You
our beautiful line of Manicure and Toilet Sets in silver, .ilver plate
and  ebony.    Tbey are elegant and  useful, and  make a:i ideal  Xmas
present
SETS   IN  SILVER  at  %*_,  $7.50,  $10, $15,  up  to       $37.50
SI-.Td  I.N SIl.Vi'.HI'LATi: at $5, $8.50, $12, up to      S20
SI-IS IN BBONY at $3, $4.50, $5, $C, $8 50, and up to $35
We will be glad to have you call and aee our crisp, clean, new
stock.    It ls a pleasure for us to show you the goods.
/T*1            niTm tn       minrtt tT      t**\r>xt-\W\T**** I      A'  l1'" '",>:l Station lMroff waa ar    int/ lhis \'e_tl to *-'-eCUre VOUr lnoe frum ron''Sn    ports    on    steam*
Tht!.       PUBLIC       SUPPLY      STORES I ��***.    lie protested and was finally"1*             } ^ i0m'^    he    P,ol,ibit.-d    from    landing
.ine      i U  JUL      OUI I 1.1      JIVIILJ I ^wed       *, a   ae|patoh    _ ,,,   p&tronage< Special     price ��rean^have ^^eporUd bythe
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I chief of the foreign office at St. Pet- ' '                          ii.unp_.ne_.        runner     paniuiur.
TODAY We Open Our Display cf
Xmas Stockings
all prices
5cto$l.Q0
Also our Cossacks. Crackers, Chocolates, Novelties and Bon-bons. Values never before excelled
and very lowest prices.
33 Eighth Street Phone 2.
n
al
lner of tlle forolg
eraburg, He wrote lhe telegram in
French, and this roused the suspicion
of one gendarme, who said the diplomat was unquestionably mad.
��� liber officials agreed, and Petroff
was taken to an asylum, where be
remained several days until he was
cvainini.il and found sane. He was
then alluwed to go to St. Petersburg
where lie will appear before the czar
to demand   redress,     Batonotf, the
chief ot the foreign office, lias _ent
ix protest to the railway minister because ihe train guards would not
beed PetrotTa diplomatic papers,
.    ii i .,-        i   .       -about tlie  new  regulations are being
tables, demonstrating lots of patiently awaited by an the men con-
carefully selected
the most wanted
. cerned in the  transportation business
toys     01 of this city.
I    Two  ships are  due  to  berth  from
kinds   to foreign ports, and each is bringing In
; a number of Immigrants.    The Km*
help yOU in purchasing. Read : P"*"-* ot India is oue from China and
; Japan    and the    Marama    iB coming
on
John B. Gray
Phone 338 Two Stores: The Jeweller
608 Columbia St., New Westminster.
and Shaughnessy St., Port Coquitlam.
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CHRISTMAS PEREUMES    I Royal City Chemical
CHRISTMAS CHOCOLAIES   Cleaners aad Dyer.
Good assortment at  right prices.
.MM
Series of Meetings.
Ottawa. Dec. 10.���Dr. Clark. MP
for Ited Deer, is announced to bill a
-.erien of meetings In Pictou county.
NS, which are now represented by
E, M. Macdonald. a colleague In par-
'lament of  Or   Clark.
STE OUR TABUS AT 10c
i
Box Metal Soldiers, Trumpets,!
Drawing Slates, Box Cameras.
Dressed Dolls, Box Dominoes. Musi-
cal Bex, Humming Tops, Baby Rattles, Picture Books, Pop Cjns
Jumping  Jack.
New Stock of Pennants
Come and select your Pennants. The News
has a large and varied stock to choose from.
"British Empire/' "Canada," "British Columbia," "Ontario/' "Alberta," "Manitoba,"
"Quebec," "McGill," "U.S.A." and "Prince
Edward Island.
Hurry up and get some of these tastefully
designed Pennants.   They are going fast.
Pennant Coupon
Bring three of these coupons and twenty cents to The News office
and receive one of the beautiful Westminster Pennants. In case you are not
a subscriber bring 40 cents for one month's subscription and 20 cents for pennant. Address all mail orders to The News, New Westminster, B.C. Enclose
5c. extra for mailing.
and  the    Marama
north from the Antipodes.
The new regulations were supposed '
to go into force yesterday, according
to telegrams to the press, but whether the Immigrants will be allowed to
land is another proposition. The local Immigration officials have not as
yet received any official notice of the
new regulations and consequently
will not start to work on the notices
which have bo far been received from
Ottawa, lt is quite probable that the
immigrants cn both ships will be permitted to land tomorrow.
But how about the other ships now
en  route?  A  number of    liners    are
crossing  tlie   Pacific   ar.d  have  large
numbers of immigrants on board,    lf j
son   is   not  far  to  peek.     We   had  a j
belter market for it in the Northwest.
.S'exl year, however, with an increas- j
cd crop, we hope to invade the markets of the capital, and also cf Vancouver and  New   Westminster."
.Coming to a discussion of facts and
| figures, Mr. Robertson said that up
to the end of November the association had handled 536 carloads of
fruit. _i_ carloads of vegetables, and
51 carloads of hay, making a total of
1)41 ears of Okanagan produce handled In something like four months.
'And lhat,'1 said Mr. Robertson, "is
over 70 per cent, of the output
of the territory covered.   The amount
*. , _    m,     ..      ,   _,_.��.   u ..i   collected in sales during    that   time
Box Painta, Toy Dinner Sets. Musi-; wag ^ aud ,. ,_ eBtlmated lhal
cal Dollf,  Dolls' Fur   Sets,    Chins', the cost of handling dm ��� not exceed
Tea Sets, Aluminum Rattles, CelluU Per cent.
Ccst of 5 Per Cent.
"We expect to complete the whole
Mail orders carefully attended to.
Look Over Your Wardrobe.
We can help you work won-d-
ers witn clothes you are inclined to throw away. Take do
chances with articles of value.
Q. F. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Phone R 278     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
Goods.
GROCERIES
Yee Kee&Co.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Clothes pressed and cleaned.
833  Columbia  SL
We have all kinds ot Groceries fori. m
Christmas buyers at our store.    Spe-1
clal  r.duction  for cash.
ROYAL  Ai/ENUE   GROCERY.        ,B.lt Workmanship.      Fit Guaranteed.
MERCHANT  TAILORS.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine TaUering.
655 Front St. New Westminster.
WO H1NG & CO.
H. Whitaker, prep.
Cor. Royal Ave. and 10th St. Phone 190
SEE OUR TABLES AT 15c
Automobiles, Wool Dolls, Talking
Dolls, Sailor Dolls, Sets Picture
Blocks. Musical Boxes, Metal Hum-
ming. Tops, Trumpets, Embossed
Dominoes, Stiff Cover Picture
Books.
SEE OUR TABLES AT &_��
i    lold  Rattles, Metal  Horse  Soldiers.,
Wool Balls, Musical Tope, Mechsn-
I year's business without   raising    tbe
leal Mouse, Metsl Horse and Buggy, I basis of cost beyond the 5 per cent
Mechanical Bumble Bee, Musical j mark. Perhaps it Is well to mention,
Jumping Jack, Wool Rattle., Musi- ��ls��. ">at for **e flr" **me ln hls,or>'
cal Animals.
SEE OUR TABLES AT 35c
Metal Flre Waggon, Target Pistol,
Kindergarten Sets. Larg* Drawing
Slates, Large Musical Box, Card
Games, Werk Boxes, Noah's Ark,
Celluloid Rattles, Celluloid Trumpets, Mechanical Dolls, Celluloid
Dolts, Cornets, Trombones, Musical
Wheels, Puisls Blocks, Metal Soldiers, Banjos.
SEE OUR TABLES AT 50c
Nook's Ark, Fitted Work Boxes,
Happy Hooligan, Cold Lead Midlers, Crowing Rooster, Dolls, Cameras, Fur Rabbits, Fur Doge, Large
Drawing Slatee, China Dinner Beta,
Jumping Jacks, Horses, Building
Blocks, Skittles, Mitt-Cover Picture
Books, Water Color Paints, Dolls'
Beds.
About The
Better Toys
Plsase make your selection sariy,
belore the sssortment le broken. A
small deposit wlll hold any article
till Christmas.
The Best Yet���Our Sample Books of
Private Xmas Cards. Order this week.
B. M. COPELAND
Phone B.. West End Pharmacy.
509  Eigthh   St
Sing Ofl S Co.
Go  to
MUIR'S
for your
XMAS   PERFUMES   AND
CHOCOLATES.
441  Columbia 81
Four doors East of Bank of Montreal.
Importers and Manufacturers of
Fancy  Goods.  Silks and
China-ware.
859 Columbia St.     P. O. Boa 67t
New Westminster, B.C.
!HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR.
701   Front St.
j Sp.cii.l offer of Imported KnglisL
iwcv hen goods for winter. Suits *******
ito order. Perfect fit and worloana-.
I ship guaranteed at lowest price.
we bave been able to market all the
crop and to obtain fair prices for It."
Mr. Robertson ls convinced that the
co-operative  movement wlll form an
Important factor ln the deliberations
of  the agricultural commission.    He
believes that the aystem Is capable ot
extension to other parte of the province, and that   it la   applicable   to
practically all kinds of farming.   Hia
experience tn the work Induces hlm
to think that there Is a great field tor >
fruit aad vegetable   culture   ln the j
province, and, In regard to Vancouver ,
Island, he Is satisfied that the adoption of a similar system would have
an Inestimsble boon to the Industry.
While admitting that the organisation In the Interior is not yet perfect,
Mr. Robertson says that rt ts a step
In the right direction. He Is looking
forward to legislation at the forthcoming session to bring the system
nearer to the Ideal.
GERMANY VALUES
U. S. FRIENDSHIP
Prince von Buelew Tells of Efforts to
Cement Relations With United
States.
anybody elae for opening the way to
a good and secure relatlonahip wttN
the United States.   He gradually wot-
over   the   Americans     through   hia-
friendly and   understanding   way sf
dealing.   Personal good relatione Join
ed him and Prealdent Roosevelt. The
sending of Prince Henry to America
met wtth tbe hoped-for re-salt to the
fullest extent and helped la aa important manner   to   recall   ta   hotla.
peoples how many   mutual   intonate
bound them together and bow tar ttt- ���
terencea existed between them."
MIXED PUBLIC ANO
PRIVATE BUSINESS
CONTRACTS LET FOR NBW
MILL PLANT ON ISLAND
Berlin. Dec. 11.���Prince von   Bue-
low's reference to the relations ot the
Halted States and Germany In one ot    Toronto. Dec 11.���Mr. Jostle* MH-
the chapters ot the hook to ba Issued ?_*_��" dl��ni"!d1 ""? ��_??*���.
���ki T_Z1_. __- -nmrn-.m. _.��__.�� th. I hrought by Frederick P��ta. of
this week oa    Germany Dader the UUm>    ^^^    p^,,    j
Reiga of William II.." la which hoijelfa> ot __t c|ty_ ���~niit to wa(k g^
deals with "Germany'a policy," shows! disapproval ot the maglstrate'e acta-.
bow much the former Imperial ehan- he ordered him tp payahie ow* as-Shv
cejlor valued the   frlendehlp   ot U^�� | Si2__SjC^^��S^*^r*-a*^S^i*^****       **
f    1
Victoria, Dec. 11.���Contracts   have
been let by the Empire Umber
pany at Vancouver Island for the
llmhwry work connected with "
tabllshment of IU aew mill
Thee*   referred   to the 'United Btates.
American governmeat aad people. He ���Wctalg mUt4 lp a���r ,��������� fS*i
says, la part: tic > with their publlo Batlea.  Usesa
The
In which,ooaduet tn ubsw**
preparing ot a hoomlag round, the'laeWenta that ooourred between the ""��������� ���� yM*��**gy��� mtj*m*
construction ot aa unloading trestle Oerman aad American fleets at Maa- eltaaUee. aad to lavtt* Meana *******
h t l��,r
Ajaeriean.
construction of aa unloading   . _   ..
or wharf, and the building of a tue Wa wefa umt* tha moat of ln a wns,***
the whole repreeentlng an estimated Uon ef the Bngllah
expenditure ot about W6.0W.
prsaa alao east a cloud msmt tha ta-
Thla announcement has been made tatloaa of Oermany aad th* Unlta*twto
by C. C. Tount, vice-president of th* States.
company, who stated that lt was tha I   "Thla feeling reached IU climax ttt,
Intention   ofthe   oompany   to have February. l**% ao that tt seemed w*��,
everything in readiness for the eon- to emphasise   th*   relationship   \*a\***
struettoa   ofthe   new   mill   lath* blood and raos ot tb* two nations la
spring.   The   booming   ground,   he order to hriag about a better feeling.
says, till be one of the beat la this What I aald at that
beat la thla.What I aaM at that period in the
part of the country, and th* trestle reichstag In this connection eeesas
win measure 1,000 teet (a length and sine* to hava b**a pro-tad. naasely:
be directly connected wtth the B. * I "i'ftoai tha point of riaw ef sens' raUwsy llne. Isibls policy than ls ao reaaaa wby
Mr. taaat Intend*   to . lent*   ft* Oermaay   aad Jh*   United   *t*X**\:
Mew Torit on Saturday after he haa ehewM a*t be ott the beet 0t tsnba. 1
seen th* eWamencement ot th* d�� do not eee w i^t wh��re r
velopment work refetred to.   It la and American fnGrata clash.
Vl�� ��alr*��ihnve '  "~ '"      ������������-- - *-���
tm* new srili "
���s vxistxX Zx%_v��*xm%___\
ihat  thar* la a great ***** jj^r other in aa MNMnV
', Cotaabu taabw.        ���**-������"-������--���'
ruaVtobfilS
_im  t^. Wlftaa Ma_
''^aBBwraMfsi*^^
i at tk*J-iAaM
**.____*<,
imstir-5?.
than rMin.to tka oaaat to _
tend th* IMrk at Osborne bar.
J|
iftefb.
<m*tytt*****0>**'l**"'***>" FRIDAY,  OECEMBER  12, 1913.
THE NKW WESTMINSTER NEWS
THURSDAY,  DECEMBER   11.  1913.
_,..-m.. r.Tga in-ir-v "������*������***"
Xmas Buying Made Easy on This Dollar Day   J J^    J^gw    |YeSlmIllStl!T Xmas Buyil2�� Made Easy on This Doliar Day
$14.50  SMALL  WOMEN'S  COATS   FOR  $7.50
Coats for misses and Bmall women. Oftentimes the
Bmallcr sized people liave difficulty in procuring
ready-to-wear garments. This manufacturer specialises in the misses' and small women's sizes, and
ui- havi' a good selection of beautiful coats in blanket cloths, cheviots and tweeds of all kinds ln a
good assortment of sizes. Many are smartly cut
and trimmed, and al] are perfectly tailored. Regular
to $14.50.    Friday  sale price       S7.50
AND FRASER VALLEY -
Department   Store
TELEPHONE NO. 73.
$18.5.   COATS  CELL   FOf!  $9.80.
LOT NO. 1 A big range of Ladies' new Fall Coals.
made in a wide assortment of cloths, a:*, wool blanket cloth, mixed tweeds, elc. Some aro three-quarter length in cutaway stylo, other- in lull length
Btyles, some being half-lined in silk. All perfectly
tailored and prettily trimmed, sizes to fit everyone. Tin- regular sale values In these rang.' lo
$1S,50. During this sale vou can obOCSO any garment in this assortment for     ft-Q en
Friday, Market Day
WILL BE
$1.00 DAY
AT THE BIG STORE
Friday, Market Day
WILL BE
$1.00 DAY
AT THE BIG STORE
GRASP THE OPPORTUNITY!!!   FRIDAY, MARKET DAY,
===���WILL BE DOLLAR DAY AT McALLISTERS������
BUY FOR THE HOME.    BUY FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.    GET YOUR SHARE OF ALL THE GOOD THINGS OFFERED.
Great Toy
Day, Friday
Dolls of All Nationalities,   values to $1.75 for
$1.00
Unbreakable Dressed Dolls
Jointed   Dressed  Dolls
Kewper Dolls
Celluloid  Dolls
Indian Dollr
Clown Doll.i
24-inch   Plaque  Undressed  Dolls
Talking   Dolls
Folding Buggies
24-in. Brass Doll's Bed Complete
Fur Doll  Muffs
Fur Doll Sets
Dolls Nicker Trunks and Outfit
Iron Toys
Ift-lnch  Hook and  Ladder Truck
12-inch Iron Fire Engine
18-inch  Noah's  Ark
Tool Chests and Tools
12-inch   Kettle  Drume
Fur  Animals
Horses and Carts on wheels
Pianoc
Wheelbarrows
Large Boxes Picture Blocks.
Large Boxes Building Blocks
Sewing  Machines
Wcrk Boxes
Iron Soldiers
Table Skittles
Baby Buggies
Teddy Eears
Magic Lantrens
Value to $2 Toys
All at $1.00
75c and 85c Toys
AH Two for $1.00
This      assortment      includes
some  of  the  best  Toys  In  the
collection
Automobiles
Danclr.g  Figurec
Clockwork  Animals
Working Dynamos
Working   Motor Boats
Working Trams
Dressed  and  Undressed Dolls
Fire Engines
Ruilding Blocks
Card Gamer.
Shooting Galleries
Toy Dinner Sets
Musical Toyc
GREAT GLASSWARE BARGAINS FOR $1.00
6 Crystal Table Tumblers; worth
$1.5..
6-pi-.ee Glass Sugar and Cream;
Eutter  and     Spoon     Holder;
regular $1.50.
6 footed  Goblets;   regular $1.50.
8-inch Glass Berry  Bowl and 6
Nappies.
1    pair    10-inch    Glaas    Flower
Vase-'.
10inch     Fish     Bowls;     regular
$1.0C,
Sterling Tops 8atta and Peppers.
4 50c Cups and Saucers.
Hand     Decorated     Sugar    and
Cream; regular $1.75.
6 Hand  Decorated Fruit Plates.
8-inch  Hand    Decorated    Salad
Bowl..
75:   Hand   Painted    Cupe    and
Saucer; 2 for $1.00
Adjustable Shaving Stands
Tobacco Jars.
1   No. 6 Nickel Tea Kettle
1 3 pint Tea or Coffee Pot
All at $1.00 each
Friday
What $1 will Buyin
Kitchenware
1   No. 9 Granite Tea Kettle
1 Granite Potato Pot
1 e-pint Granite  Rice Boiler
1 14-quart Granite Pail
2 No. 60 Granite Covered Sauce
Pan i
2 Granite Fry Pane
1 Oval Granite Died Pan
1    No. 9 Tin Wash Boiler
1  Set Mrs.  Potts' Sad Irons
1 Covered Granite Slop Pail
1  Long Handled Hair Broom
6 25c   Bottlea   Furniture   Polish
1 Galvaniied  Wash  Tub and  t
Pail
1   lb quart Retinned Dish Pan
All at $1.00 each
Today
1.00
ExtraordinaryBargains
on the Main Floor in
Neckwear, Hosiery,
Ribbons, Gloves and
Fancy Goods on $1 Day
Tun Suede Finished Gloves, a
splendid quality, guaranteed for
wear and fit; regular $-.00 values     A   few   boxes       *|   AA
loft, at, per pair * ���""
Children's and Misses' Tan
Cape Gloves, pique sewn; all
sizes.     Trice     per       |   AA
pair  i.vry
Ladies', Mifses' and Children s
All-wool Gloves; all shades and
sir.es; regular 45c. i A A
Friday; 4   pairs *iW
CHRISTMAS       CHOICE        OF
EARGAINS   IN   HANDKERCHIEFS.
Neat, dainty Initial Handkerchiefs;  regular 20c.       1   AA
Friday, fi for  ����� ���VU
Fancy Lawn Handkerchiefs,
with scalloped embroidered
border.    Friday.    8
fnr	
Children's Picture and Fancy
Border Handkerchiefs.    On sale
^day...2...dOMU...i.oo
Danty Handkerchiefs, - in a
fancy box;   3 boxes        I   A A
ISookict Handkerchiefs, ready
for mailing. Booklets containing three handkerchiefs, also
booklet cf one. dainty embroidered corner handkerchief. Each
of these lias Christmas greeting
selections on. A nice Christmas remembrance. On sal?
Friday,   special.    ;'���       *t   f\(\
CHRISTMAS     BARGAINS     IN
DAINTY    NECKWEAR
NOVELTIES.
I'laln and Fancy Silk Crochet
String Ties, ill all shades.
Friday,   any   three *t   AA
Fancy Bows, Chiffon Ruffles,
Dutch Collars and Jabots, in
silk and embroidery. A few
choice samples in each of these
lines. Any 4 of these choice
articles in neckwear Friday  	
Silk  Lace.    Nets    and    Chiffon
Kvening Scarfs,    all    two    and
one-half yards  long;   values    to
$2.00.    On sale Friday   for   	
The new Balkan and Dutch collars, all dainty fihapes in net,
.-:uin. silk and brocade effects,
in  the latest shapes;   values to
^'.Kriday.a': 1.00
Fancy Stock Collars, ln shadow-
net, or heavy applique lace effects, with touches of all colors
of silk and    satin;    values    to
K.F::day:.an.5,....i.oo
Dainty Bows, hand painted design on each one; all colors; in
n dainty holly box;
2  bows   	
HOSIERY  BARGAINS.
Tlalii    Cashmere    and     Llama
Wool Stockings fur ladies;   regular to 75c. pair;
pi ir  for   	
Plain All-wool Cashmere Hose,
for mlsi-es and ladles; all
sizes:  .1 pairs
for   	
Misses' and Children's two nnd
one. all-wool, ribbed Blockings.
RxceMenl quality fm general
wear and satisfaction; all Blzes;
reg. 4Bo pair. Friday. 3  pair   	
"Little Darling" and "Little
Daisy" stockings, fur Children-^
all sizes and shades.
.. uy   4   pair   	
Silk  Hose Special;  all    shades;
regular     BBc,     Frl
day, 2  pair   	
CHRISTMAS   RIEEON3.
Fancy striped and spotted;  fine
,   illty, Taffeta    Ribbon,   some
with   heavy    satfn    i dges,  4'_
Inchea  wide;   regular to 05c    a,
yard.     Friday,   four        *t   f\(\
  l.UU
Fine quality  Taffel i    Ribbon;
;i'_ and 4 Inches wide;  regular
to 26c a yard.    Friday.   7   yards   ....
"riii: is suitable for hair ribbons nr Christmas Gifts.
Mlctletoe and  Holly  Ribbon, for
tlelng up Christmas bundlei
and   10  yards  In  a
bolt; 4 boll.-, for.. ..
IloUy Haby    Ribbon     Bolta   of
10 yards. Two boll
for  	
1.00
Chiffon
two aud
alues   to
1.00
1.00
UNS.
I     Llama
lies;  reg-
1.00
re  Hose,
lies;     all
1.00
two nnd
itocklngs.
general
all sizes;
1.00
"Little
child ren*
1.00
shades;
1.00
1.00
:��� ir rib-
Gifts.
bbon, for
indies; n
1.00
Bolts   of
100
READ thc prices, see the many shopping opportunities all
offered in one day at this store for Friday, "DOLLAR
DAY." Our stock of merchandise and Christmas Goods is far
and away too heavy for the present season's trade. The honest
truth is we have to stimulate big business in this store each day
from now till Christmas. Friday, Market Day, has been selected
as the best opportunity to order a dollar sale day. Without exception New Westminster has never had such a purchasing opportunity to get as much out of a dollar as we are offering for
this one day's sale. All the prices quoted in this advertisement
are absolutely genuine; the reductions are real and the values
are great. We predict another big crowd of pleased and satisfied
customers in this store all day Friday. Christmas shopping will
be made easy with values like these. Toyland is just surprising
itself with good things for this sale.  Wc expect you on Friday.
McAllisters limited
FOR $1.00 DAY IN OUK
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT
We are offering you excellent
values. We have a number of
kitchen and dining room chairs
the regular mice :>f which Is
$1.25 to $1.75. Friday   	
Kitchen Rockers; regular price
$1.50      to      $1.75
Friday   	
Bamboo Furniture, consisting
of shelves, corner pieces, jardiniere stands and tables; regular   $1.25   to   $-.00.
Friday   	
An excellent assortment of Pictures, suitable for dens and living rooms. These pictures
eouid not be duplicated anywhere for less than $2,00 to
$4.0H. Friday Special   	
Also a  number of odd  frames;
all   sizes,   worth   from   $1.50   to
$4.50.    Friday   your
choice  for   	
$1
price
$1
isting
jardi-
regu-
$1
if Fieri liv-
ctures
any-
0     to
$1
lmrs;
50   to
$1
1.00
$1.00 DAY ELECTRICAL
DEPARTMENT
Bargains in. Shades; values
as high as $8.00. Any of
tbese on   Friday m-e
for   ��P 1
A selection of Wall Hrackets
finished in llrush Hrass, oxidized  Copper    and    Nickel;
values up ro $2.50. On
salo Friday
$1
SPECIAL IN LADIES'
READY-TO-WfAR FOR
DOLLAR DAY
$i
A    GOOD    ASSORTMENT    OF
WHITE TAILORED SHIRT
WAISTS.
In fine Pique, also cross-bar.
dtmlty, also some fine striped
linen. This reason's waists:
regular $1,60 and $1.75. Special [or Friday for
e.-icll    	
Good quality Hlack Sateen and
���'- ire Petticoats, aome finished
"iib accord ion plaited flounce;
valuee   to  $1.75: fl��*|
Special foi-  wl
.'i good line of rid,- ��� 1 ned Un-
di rwear, In white only; vesta
and drawers to match; In all
Sizes for ladi'-s;   4 q*-t
garments for   spi
Ladies' Wool Combination Suits
In white and natural; high
nock,    ankle    I nglh;      2    long
sleeves.   Regular **|
$1.26 for  ��pl
Ladies Short Kimonos and
Breakfast Jackets in lavender,
{pray, cardinal, blue and tan;
nun- material are heavy fleece
lined cotton eiderdowns, others
In delaine; all good patterns
Values    t.i     $2.00
for 	
\ ��� *i  special  value In    Corsets
fide  oul    of    Btrong  coutille
wiih tour supporters, long hip
tun- regular $1.50,
Special 	
Ladles' fancy Corset Covers
ince and embroidery trimmed*
regular 66c and 75<
���-'|n'ial,   2   for
$1
irsets.
lUtille,
$  lii P.
$1
overs.
lined;
$1
DRESS GOODS DEPT.
FOR $1.00 DAY
One of the most us��fu! aud
appreciated gifts for Chrism.as
is a dress or suit length, and
our dollar day comes at a most
convenient time for you to give
one with the smallest possible
outlay.
$1.65.    DRESS     GOODS     FOR
$1.00 A YARD.
For $1,00 per yard today
you have tlie choice of a -wide
range of materials, suitable for
suit, dress or skirt. There are
tweeds in numerous mixtures
of good weight serges that are
guaranteed fast color, and
thoroughly shrunk; in brown,
red. navy, and gray; and whipcords, panamas and a variety
of fancy weaves In practically
every shade The widths varv
from 44 to 54 Inches wide, and
values are Included up to $1,(15
per yard. Your choice
on   Friday   'for,    per
yard  	
95c   DRESS   GOODS   2   YARDS
FOR $1.00.
Another lot of drss guvls,
less expensive, though ei ery
piece is the utmost value. We
offer tliis lot at. 2 yards for
$1.00. If you require an extra
skirt or inexpensive dress lor
yourself or your girl, now is
your opportunity to get It. This
variety includes values up to
B5c per yard, and colors of navy.
brown, gray, and mixed tweeds.
Also an assortment of creain
.'ind light shades, suitable for
party frocks. On sale
Friday,      two     yards    -|   f\f\
CLACK DRESS GOODS.
RJvery lady can do with au or!-a
black drrss. and yeu can hue
your choice of a big varle'v
Friday There are two different, lots;  al! makes and  widths
;".i.pe.r  1.00
.;"N...2:.2yar:ls...i.oo
VELVETEENS. PLAIN OR
CORDED.
These velveteens hav an even
Bilk finished pile, and arc nice
and soil. In the cord you have
your choice of the fine or wide
cord. Plain velveteen Is 22
lnche- ... Me :, -,,) the cord is
��� ' i ,''" ��� * ! \ suit or
drees  ltngth    < 1     1 ils    would
"lake   1 '.,1 gift
Price for  1 !-..,;   two    *t   f\f\
yarda for   1 .UU
$1.85   COATi-VG    POR   $1X0   A
YARr
We  have   two   Iiii Cl  1  Of  (-0,1 ting.
Iii gray nti ! 1 in ralxi I tweed,
wltll rei erell Ic Bide In green.
This won .1 maki n very acr-
vlceal 1" ci al    Friday
1 riecial,  ; 1 .-
yard   	
A  Silk   D,-i RloiIBB  length
vil.-l be an Ideal Christinas
gift Head our value., f,,r $1.00
r, van]
Liberty Sntln :s can of the Benson's fancied fnbflces Tor evening gown--. . ie mid we are of-
faring a 40-Inch nlilili in shades
cf pink. In-own. reseda, cardinal.
old   rire.     r, ri*-.-.     cream     and
(hestnut;   1 '���������    $1 75
I" ,��� yard,   Friday  pi r   *t   f\f\
yard     i.UU
SB-Inch PalUtte Silk, has a nine
soft bright rinlsh, and makes
exquisite gown., or uiilRt. We
have this In shades ;ih above,
and also navy, salmon, burnt
orange, white, golden brown,
emerald, etc., Friday's price, per -a f\f\
yard   l.UU
DOLLAR DAY IN THE
CARPET DEPARTMENT
CARPET   DEPARTMENT   SPECIALS FOR $1.00 DAY.
Inlaid  Linoleum;   regular    $1.25.    Special
per ynrd  	
Remnants of Carpenl;
regular   50c   each;
for   	
Cocoa   Mats;   regular
H5c;  two
for	
75c Tapestry  Carpet;
two yards
for   	
Hope   Door   Mats;   size     16XS1
inches.       Kcgular
$1.25 Special
f-.r  	
Carpet    Door     Mats;
rrg. 75c each 2
for   	
SOc and  35c Oilcloth;
2 yds  wide;   4  square
yards for  	
Ileartn Ktigs: 27x54 Inches wide.
fringed ends;   regular
$1.26.   Special
each   ...
llriissels Carpet,  body  nnd  borders   to   match;     regular    $1.45
a yard.    Special.
fo.1   pei
vard   	
18-inch Stair Oilcloth;
regular      25c     yard;
1; vards for	
U-inch Stair Oilcloth;
regular   15c   yard;
10 yard.-;  lor  	
I yard wide Cocoa Mailing in
greens, reds and naturrl; regti
lar 75c per yard;
two yard 1
ror  	
Tapi stry Kearth l'e--; Bize 24x
48 inches;  reg,    $1.25
each,   Special
each  	
Japanese   Mats;    regular 25c each:   il
f"r  	
Chinese Mattings;  regular 20c a
yards'.   0  yards
for	
Japanese   Matting;   regular   25c
yard;  6 yards
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
te    18x27
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
dies wide,
$1.00
and  bor-
ilar    $1.45
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
1.00
8fv;
Friday, Market Day, Will be $1.00 Day.
See the Many Bargains
Fast Color Washable Hath Mats,
regular  $1.50.   Special
each   	
$1,60   Vutake   Japanese     Hugs;
Biro ill Inches;  reg.
Jl 50. Special  < ach   ,
7'ir yard Reversible Juie Carpet Only 1 piece in slock;
ihree yards
ror 	
i yards widr Linoleum; regular
70c per square yd;
2 square yds for....
66c      Window      Shades.      Sp*
rial, two
fnr
27 iincheii wide  Passage  Lino-
letlimi regular 110c a yard. Special, two yards
(or  	
llriissels Stair Carpet! regular
$1.50 vard.  Sspedal
4 yards for	
'(overslhle   Jute   Stair   Carpet;
cguiar    40e.    a    yard.    Special
yard
lor	
Homnants of inlaid Linoleum in
piecea   up  to   il   square   yards;
regular $1.10 per yd.
Spi clal, each piece...
Lenin,ini.; i.f    inlaid     Linoleum
up to m square yards; regulur
$1.10 and 'l 26 per Bquare yard.
22V_x27 Inches   wide   Tapestry
Special,   2   i riarn A |
yards for *��*���
Stair Carpet; regulur 75c yard.
Special, 2 yards tt* *t
$100
$1.00
$1.00
20c a
$1
r   25c
$1
Mats.
$1
Hugs;
$1
Car-
..lock;
$1
igular
$1
Spe-
$1
Lino-
. Spe-
$1
egiilar
$1
irpet;
pec in I
$1
um in
ards;
$1
GREAT STAPLE AND
LINEN. VALUES EOR
$1.00 TODAY
Fine Weave Circular Pillow
Cotton; 44 Inches wide; regular
27'ie yard. Dollar Day Special,
five yards
for  	
$1.00
Kegul.
Fine
lar D:
yards
Fine
size 2
ly Ch
Dolla:
each
IIB In
Spec!
for
ar 15c Victoria Lawn. Dol-
Linen embrpldered Towels,
ay  Special,
for   	
$1.00
linen  embroidered   Towels
8x46, Tliere make   a love-
mias gift Regular $1
,      a'  $1.00
i  I-ongcloth.
$1.00
hes  wide  flue  Longclolh.
al, 12 yards
Embroidered Linen Sideboard
Scarfs and Afternoon Ti ,i
Cloths: regular $1.25 each.
Delia;*  Day  speciul,
each 	
Teddy   Hear  Blankets  for    the
Fri-
$1.00
t��   for     the
$1.00
baby,
day
Large Size heavy Turkish Towels:  white and    colored. Dollar
1 $1.00
ir    colored,
$1.00
I'll    Turkish
$1.00
els.   Special
$1.00
pair   	
(loud sized, white
Turkish Towel.;  2
pairs  	
Regular $125 Linen Turkish
Towels,    Friday.
each   	
White Turkish Towels. Special
Friday, five
pairs  	
A good buy for $1,110 are these
fine Linen Towels They are
good value at 35c each. Friday.
two pairs
for  	
You cannot miss this lot of fancy
Flannelette and Cotton Delaines
I: a choice assortment of colors
and  di signs;   regular   value  per
yard tOc. Dollar Day
li   >ards   for
Cotton flannel. On sale Friday, 12 yards
tor 	
QlSSB   Towelling.     On   sale   F:
day, 12 >ar<_s
for   	
Now for that piece of Tabic i> I-
cloth  yen  need.    White or i
oied;   45   inches   wide,     l-'ilday,
fi ur yards
r*~c	
$1.00
lot Of fancy
on Delaines
lit of colors
r  value  per
$1.00
sale    Frl*
$1.00
In   sale   Fri-
$1.00
>f Table Oil-
bite <-������ <
de.    Friday,
$1.00
$1.00
HVV     '*���      'in1'
$1.00
$1.00
All lines, white. Crash Towelling; it inches wide. Just the
thing for bur an and sideboard
11 :.*':, etc.; l'i yards
for 	
White Terry Towelling, 20
Inches wide: regular value !0c
a yard. Friday spe- Ae (\f\
clal. 7 yards for.. ��P --* sUU
Wool Eiderdown, in pretty
shades of pink, pale blue, and
red. Just the thing for these
cold days: regular i>5e a yard.
Special   Friday
yards  for   	
The Purchasing Power of the
Dollar In the Staple Department. Values that ODrapcl yuur
nttetilion.
$1.50 TAii-E CLOTH. $1.00.
A suitable i hrlstmas gill would
be a bleached llama k Table
Cloth. We have assorted designs; size 60x80; regular value
$1.60.    Special
Friday   	
65c   LINENS.   FRIDAY   4   FOR
$1.0C.
An     exceptional     purchase    of
laury Linens, comprising bureau
scarfH. sideboard elolhs, tray
Cloths, etc., drawn and nicely
embroidered, These are values
lo I'i5c dich. Doliar Day special, four
for   	
20c BATTENBURG CENTREPIECES, E FOR $1.00.
Another wonderful line for Friday Is llatlenhiirg Centre
Pieces, In square or round, Bize
l^xLS.     The   regular    price    of
these centre pieces is 20a eaoh,
Dollar Day Special,
8 for  	
TABLE NAPKINS, $1.00 DOZ.
Damask Table Napkins; alzo
18x18     Theso    make    a    lovely
Christmas gift, Frl- d��-| (\(\
day, special per dnz. ��k 1 .UU
THAY CLOTH8, 2 FOR $1.00,
An assortment of Damask Tray
Cloths. Vour choice of designs.
Dollar Day Special,    d�� -|   f\f\
���i  for    ��P 1 .UU
FANCY   LINENS,  2   FOR  $1.00.
Don'l mlns this lol. .excellent
for Christmas glftn. A beautifully iissortrd lot of fancy After-
noon Tra Cloths, Table Covers,
llinciiu Scarfs. Sideboard COV
ors, etc.. drawn and embroidered, Dollar Day
I pedal, 2 for	
$1.00
1 $1.00
$1.00
BARGAINS TO BE HAD
TODAY IN MEN'S SECTION
FOR $1.00
50c SILK  NECKWEAR, 3  FOR
$1.00.
A large asortment of Neckwear
In silk crochet, In p lain and
fancy silk with narrow and
flowing ends, neatly boned; reg.
SOc  iallies.    Friday   tt>-|   f\(\
MEN'S     INITIAL     HANDKERCHIEFS,  $1.00   BOX.
All linen,  l4  hem, packed  half
dozen lu fancy box.   This would
make   a   lovely   Christmas   gift.   I
Special,   Friday   per
box  	
j n ��� in ur      *; I t i.
$1.00
MEN'S     LINEN     HAND
KERCHIEFS.
.Men's plain and Initial pure linen Handkerchiefs    Friday, apodal, thrco
for	
I   I IU II J ,     n I'*
$1.00
MEN'S SUSPENDERS.
Men's Gift   Suspenders,    neatly
boxed.    Friday, 2
boxes   for   	
$1.00
$3.50  FELT   HATS  $1.00.
Odd    lines   of   Men's   Fur   Felt
Hats:    regular   values   lo   $11.50.
All good styles and
colorings   Friday   .
$1.00
MENS OVERALLS, $1.00
Men's Overalls, with or without
bib.   in   colors   of      black     and
Striped,  Friday
for  	
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
MEN'S SHIRTS. $1.00.
Men's Colored Negligee Shirts
of high-grade quality, and a
good selection of
colors. Frldav ..
MEN'S DRESS GLOVES, $1.00.
These would be a very useful
Christmas gift. They como In
mocha, cape and kid; regular
values to $1 50.
Friday   	
Re Graspinq When it
\m ,s la Opportunities
Like These. Reach for
Them
The opportunities to be found
In the Drapery Department on
the First Floor on McAllisters
IVdlar Dny aro well worth a
big effort on your part to be
tliere and participate In greater
savings on your purchases Ihan
you have ever experienced In
buying curtains and curtain materials of every description.
$7.50 A PAIR SWISS NET CURTAINS AT $1.00 EACH
CURTAIN.
These fine SwIbh Curtains are
extra large and of very fine design and materials. There are
Just a few of these to sell at
one dollar each curtain, la
some cases we have the pairs,
one curtain being a little lolled,
The price of IheBe regularly Is
$0.00 to $7.50 a pair. Dollar
Day  Special,   each     *>*t   (\(\
curtain   spLUU
$3.00   PAIR   LACE   CURTAINS
$1.00 PAIR.
A few lines of Lace Curtains,
of which we have -only a pair
or two pairs left, in wliite and
ecru, ,1 uud 8Vi yards long, nnd
full width. Itegular $2.75 nud
$3 00 values for p:r   d*m   (\(\
$2.25 MUSLIN CURTAINS, $1.00
PAIR.
Wo have colored Muslin Curtains of many designs. Regular
$2 25 pair, Dollar &>*i f\f\
Day Bpeclal, pair ... ��pl ��UU
$1.75   TAPE8TRY   CURTAINS,
$1.00  A  PAIR.
We have a  vrry  few  pairs of
Hrown  Tapestry  Curtains.   Heg-
nlra $1.75 pair.   Spe-  d��-l   (\f\
clal, a pair  spl.UU
25c    BUNGALOW    NET    ANO
MUSLIN, 5 YARD8, $1.00.
All our new designs In nets, la
white,  cream,  ecru  and    arnbe.
Kcgular 25c  yard.  Dollar    Day
Special   five  ynrild
for  	
35c. NETS, SCRIMS and MUSLINS, 4 YARDS FOR $1.00.
These are of ull colors, and with
or without .a .colored border.
Regular 35c yard. Dollar Day
Special, four yarda  **   ��\f\
45c  VOILES AND NETS, 3
YARDS FOR $1.00.
A large variety to choose from,
nil fresh and clean stock. Regular 45c yd; Dollar   d��|   f\(\
Day special, 3 yards �����J>1��UU
$1.00
*'_��        ^ -p _____ Z//W//PC
THE HOME OF THE UTILITY HOUSE  DRESSER
Friday, Market Day, Will be $1.00 Day.
See the Many Bargains
Pt��***mnMmsWm
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