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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
ESTMINSTfiR, 1!. C, THURSDAY  MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1908.
FIVE TEXTS PER COPY.
un rtEARY
DENIES ACCUSATIONS
ge Denounces as Falsehoods
Statements Made Against
Him.
PKIiiiKtSSES on
THE RETAINING WALLS
At 'I
,,mil meeting ol tbe cam-
night  Mayor Keary and J.
���eii"ii last
' j,,    gain  goi   together on  ques
lng the city governmenl
bitterness of the Sap
A
lions
but none of t
"ton meeting was apparent. In
Lt rune Iderable jocularity was Indeed i" during the evening.
i ,\. i.aa announced at the start
thai if Mayor Keary wished to apetik
he could have half an hour at the be-
dnnlng, i,:1 Intimated that he would
���0l be permitted to talk after lie hiin-
!elf m.I through. The mayor, who
ms present, said that he had not
conn- prepared lo speak at all, but
uerelj to hear what Mr. L_ee had to
jjv ' However, on the imitation of
the other candidate, he consented to
���apeak.
Garret  was  there..
[��� Bpite "l the slushy weather Sandy Garret journeyed all the way from
ga] pi rton to make a little speech
which Mayor Keary characterized as
ioo absurd to call for a reply.
"He's nf raid," shout nl  Sandy  from
bis retreal al the buck of the hall, in
thai quavering    voice of    accusation
wbioli Is a te i ror   to all    evil doers,
jj,     E ,: a     Bpeaker    created     some
��� a, in i,\  making several state-
that thi   ia lyor denied as soon
tered  them, and which
the  Sapperton    Solon    was  not   prepared to prove      Mr. Garret  stated
��� Dr. Fagan had made a statement
to the effect thai the water at the intake pipe in the lakt; contained more
bacteria ihan that  in other portions
of ilea lake,     The mayor denied that
bad   made   such a Btate-
'   Mr,   Garret   Was   not   pre-
ed ti   prove    what   be  had  said.
The s im   thing happened whi n Sandy stated thai  the mayor had made
remarks to the effect that none of the
alden;      were    of    any  Importance,
butt
on thi
���
: :
Ofl
That    on    South    Side   of    Columtai
Street is Almost Fnished���Start
Made on   North Side.
Notwithstanding the Inclement
weather which still prevails, work
is being continued on the construction of the massive retaining walls
which will hold up the Bteep sides
of Columhia Btreet and permit of I i
paving of this thoroughfare
ur the retaining w n along the
south side of the street ly, , feet will
be completed today, and there still
remain 132 feet to be constructed.
The portion now almost finished was
being topjied off yesterdaj and the
neat railing which will replace the
heavy wooden fencing was being
placed In position,
Today work will be commei ] on
the retaining wall on the north siele.
along the    ravine.      Thia    will   fin
have to he piled  to provide a sound
temporary Bupporl  pending   the completion of tl oncrete wall.     Woi,.
on the street Itself still continues I"
tween the speels of bad weather, but
it is not probable thai the actual laying of the paving win be commenced
until decidedly better weather conditions prevail.
ODDFELLOWS ENTER
RNE NEW QUARTERS
The Now Hall on Carnarvon
eet Opened Last Evening 'uy Grand Master Law.
-.
in
mayor v,-as tbe only one
- ���mcil deserving oi honor.
making anothei assertion
H Keary had come down off
in the council and us^d bis
with the aldermen in favor
e Kit., ami again meeting
einpt denial from the mayor,
re-
lhe
TEN MEN PERISH
IN GAS EXPLOSION
a-Alden    n Garret  s-it down. In
paid fe:   his   arduous  trip   from
Le End.
General   Denial.
' know
of my private
mayoi ���.-. lu n he
I that
pay off
what Mi
affairs.
took tlu
ii  took
Lee kn  ws
said   the
floor, "but
me    Sixteen
the debt I  incurred
>d nature in endorsing notes
���    'et    my friends.     l never
boughl     lot al a tax sale for myself,
al"l bo : ii as I know none of the city
'tul  either.       Willi   regard  to
the Insinuation   of  the  chairman   of
tin   S ipperton    meeting    thai  1 got
soma ol the relief money at the time
of 'he ; reat   lire,  1   may   say   thai   at
that timi  i was noi mayor, and thai
1 nevei   got   2  cents  of  that   money.
Mho        a heavy loser myself, 1 never applied  for  relief  and   never   got
��� any,"
He again explained his position on
:'        ��� '   question  and   showed  that
Jf the  time   the    Vancouver   Power
Companj   had got  Its first concession
city be lum not been mayor
'"" that  Mr. Garret bud heen on the
coun.-i 1  and   had   voted   for   the   pro-
Pobi | ��� oncesslon.
'" b     ubsequent developments on
question,  a   committee  of
'""'  '      'M had been formed to look
' '   mailer.       He  had  not heen
a "" l! ;" I  of thai  committee and had
attended any of iis meetings.
The Order in Council.
""  cancellation of   the   order in
council    granting    the    16,000 acres
""'ll Coquitlam lake to the city had
���i development  thai   could  not
1 ''"  foreseen  by  an>   one,  the
from the fac. that  the city
assured  by  the  minister ol
'ior and   Mr,  McKenzie,  the
: land agent, thai there was
"' "" ' ol baste in making the but-
' ���   '    i   had  been  one  of  the oondi-
'":';   '���   grant,
,       :    been charged against me,"
..',' I!;'   mayor, "that 1 am a proud
'7'     Whal   have  1 got  to be proud
���    I am always ready to listen to
'vi """!D| and am always open to con-
���   ",n-     ' was told by a mun today
,lf',. ��y '"'ing on the advisory board
,,   '" B.C.E.R. I was killing the city.
"Ils connection bis worship point-
'   that   New   Westminster   bad
,,'"  in  the rear simply by the
,.,,    !"' tbe C. P. u. bad not made
t,;,' n"'��' terminal city.     If the B.
mi,. ,    Were  t!llten  fl'oni  New   West-
master u-here
uh?'' Bhowed
ays I,,.,,,, ,.oaily   t0 oomfl t(J the
on ' "hen there was a proposition
t0 ����< bi improve the citv or to add
panv man^aotures. That com-
whii "<nv hils more employees, all
'"'"��� than both the largest
i ""' city put together,
that if��nT0lU8lon '>'�� worship remarked
year        ^' Ll,'e 1,a<1 BPent even one
ls alderman before coming out
flrgt t '"' wollId h'ive been Hie
thai ���" propow hlm, but he thought
'' man with no experience should
Ul<' chitlr of the chief magls-
M| oi  New Westminster.
'  then ascended the platform
bei;,
have
limn
had In. n
the im
'ii
Ml
beei.
mill of
' would the citv be?
that the B.C.E.R.  bad
nm in
inn,
(Conti
nued on Pag<e Five).
The Biggest Gasometer in
the World at Berlin Explodes.
Hamburg, Dec. -.-���- Th ej plosion ol
a ^eis plant in tbe so-called Klelne
Grasbrook, on the Elbi front, >���
day afternoon was followed by an extensive lire and thi loss of manj
fives.
Due to Leak.
The explosion was due to a leak In
a new gasometer. Escaping gas entered tin- retort house, where ii cam
Into contact wit b the Ares, eau-!,a; a
terrible explosion. A large numbei i .
workmen were engaged in rebulldlni
and  enlarging  the  plant.
Twenty-tlve men who were working
near the gasoiieter disappeared In a
mass of flames, which shot up to a
great height. Firemen quickly appeared, but were tillable to approach
in large force because of the isolated
situation  of  the  establishment.
Early today ten men are reported
dead and seventeen missing. It is almost ceraln thai all these are dead
Forty men were dangerous!) Injured,
several fatally.
The lire spread rapidly and threatened the old gasometer, containing
5U.00 cubic meters. So intense was
the heat and so dangerous their position that the firemen were compelled to withdraw. A terrific explosion soon occurred, and the tower he-
came a mass of flames, which leaped
hundreds of feet into the air. sending
fragments of glowing coke far over
the city and harbor.
After strenuous efforts the fire was
put under control and rescue work
began. Little hope of finding the bodies of the missing is held, as they
undoubtedly must have been incinerated.
Cost $3,500,000.
The new gasometr which exploded
was the largest in the world, having
a capacity to 200,000 cubic meters.
the city appropriated 14,000,000
marks ($3,600,000) for its construction,
Lulu   Island   Bridge  in  Danger.
No, 1 hall Ol  the lire brigade had
run, ahout 8:30 yesterday morning,
the  new   Lulu  island  hi idge.  when
tar kettle  had boiled  over,  the
ing  tar threatening  to set  lln
bridge.      The  firemen
the  blaze    before    any
been done,    but   if the;
a
to
a
burn-
to the
extinguished
damage    bud
had not re
sponded promptly    a    serious
gration might   have resulted.
eonlla-
DESCRIBES ACCIDENT.
Passenger    on    Princess    May States
That There Was no Panic.
A passenger  who  1ms just arrived
from the nortii ou the Princess
was in  the city  yesterday
to a reporter some detail
cident wliich occurred to
on Tuesday.
The Princess May
nortii from Skagway.
ashore near Alert hay.
May
and gave
_ of tbe ac-
that vessel
was steaming
when she ran
"We had such
The members   of   the Roya! City
s of the  i.o.O.l-'.  entered  upon
lorrnal possession of their handsome
>"���*'   building   on   Carnarvon Btreel
esterdaj   evening, the official  open-
being made the occasion of high
��� e ting and merrymaking on the par,
of the lodge members.
The official opening of the new
quarters was perforced by Gran i
Master Law of Vancouver, who, with
Grand Treasurer W. A. Johnston gav,
the New Wi tminster Odd Fellows a,:
inspiriting Bendoff.
Splendid  Banquet.
The members of the two lodges and
of the Ladies of the Rebekah turned
out in full force to the opening, and
the halls of the new building, spa-
clous as thej are, were crowded to
their full capacity. The lodge members assembled In the new building
at 8 o'clock and an hour was spent
in surveying the quarters. Ai ti
o'clock all gathered in the big banquet hall on the second lloor where
a splendid repast prepared by the
Ladies of the Rebekah was served.
When tin good things had been disposed of. Past Grand Ma iti r D E
MacKenzie, who occupied the chair,
called the meeting to order, and a
number  Of  addresses  were  delivered.
Brother J. W. McDonald, the treasurer of the committee which had in
charge the arrangements for the erection of tla- new hall told the assembled members of the work of the
committee and gave them some idea
of the cost of the new building. The
lol 'en which it was erected he Stated
1   . two  lodges  J3600;   the
ding Itsi it had ces $13,000, the
light fixtures $250, making a total of
$18,500.
The lodges would, Btated the treasurer, receivi a revenue ol $1900 from
the building, while the expenses
would amo n I i ah ul . 130 I, If aving
a balance o    $600 oi   :���> i a month.
Thanks for Assistance.
Mr. MacDonald, on behall ot the
'���or mittee expressed liis thangs it. a
number of lodge members who had
issisted the committee in its work
both by gifts and In other ways. To
the contractors, Messrs. Carter-Smith
and Buckland, be was grateful for
the tiling of the main entrance and
��� stencilling of the ball which they
had done gratuitously; W. R. Gilley
and P. Munro had donated tbe corner stone, lettered and all ready to
lay; Gilley Bros., he thanked for a
donation of $100; Past Grand Master
Shiles for the rug In the main haJl
which ls one of the finest features
of the building; Past Grand Master
11. Cameron for the pedestal and
block used in the ceremonies; the
members of Amity lodge for a set of
dishes and cutli ry; Wilbur Smith for
the flagstaff und the ladies of the Re-
bekahs for genera] Invaluable assistance in the decorating, Ke had the
greatest praise for Past Grand Master
C. S. Keith, who had assisted greatly
in the work.
On the conclusion of the report,
the party adjourned to the main hall,
where preparations had been made
for dancing, and there spent several
hours In treading the light fantastic.
The meeting adjourned at a rather
late hour.
Music was provided in the course
of the evening by the McNess orchestra, and the Abernethy Quartette, of
Port Haney, rendered several selections.
CITIZENS
SPEAK EOR KEARY
J. A. MACDONALD ENTERS
PROVINCIAL APPEAL COURT
Aid. E. J. Fader and T. J.
Trapp Give Reasons for
Re-election of Mayor.
to
sat-
DID NOT HAVE ENOUGH
TO PAY THE LAWYER
Bill   Miner's    Effects    Are
Have   a   Money   Value
MoreThan $150.
Found
of   Not
to
who does
published.
il  a.m.  while
in bed, and
rough weather during the entire trip,
remarked the   gentleman,
not wish to has his namt
The boat ntruck aboul
tbe passengers  were al-
although they rushed on deck, there
was no panic.      The   mats were got
readv to    be    lowered,    but  hurried
soundings proved    that    she  wasij
shallow   water  and  In  no  Particular
daTne''vessel was floated again bj the
rising tide and beyond        ^t^.ay
the passengers   sullen a   <
nience.     They all spoke higblj of uie
bravery of Capt. McLeod
Ited great  presence
trolling the crew
wno exblto
nf mind in con-
and passengers.
Ottawa, Dec. 8.���Au interesting legal point for the department of justice to settle has arisen in connect inn
With Bill Miner. Mr. W. Norman
Bole, K. C, who defended the famous
trainrobber, has secured judgment in
the New Westminster, B. C, courts
for $500 and ??8.26 costs against Miner's estate, which is now in the custody of the justice department.
Mr. Bole believed that sufficient
money was taken from Miner after
bis arrest to pay his fees, instead of
wliich the only property belonging
to Miner is In the bands of the government amounts to $149.10. It is
doubtful, however, If Mr. Bole can
recover even this amount, as the custom is to retain property taken from
convicts until their release and then
return It to them.
As Miner's sentence was for life,
tbe natural procedure would be to
bold on to his money and gold watch
until bis death, and then hand them
over to his relatives. It seems likely,
therefore, that the justice department
will not give up the convict's belongings ln part settlement of Mr.
Bole's claims.
"When Mayer Keary took hold of
the reins of civic government, the financial condition of the city was 'iad
in the extreme. Now we are practically out of debt. Thai i think is one
good reason for re-electing Mr.
e.eary at the coming election," said
T. J. Trapp yesterday,
Has  the   Experience.
"Then again, Mayor Keary's eight
terms in the mayor's chair have igiven
him the closest Insight Into the affairs of the city. He is naturally in a
better position to handle them than
any man who has hail no experience
In the administration of th.e city and
consequently is nol in such close
touch.
"As to llis Worship's integrity
there cannol be the slightest doubt.
No one can asit any question as
his acts to which there is not a
Isfactory answer.
"As to the moral reform issue, 1
consider the mayor is and always ban
heen a strong fighter for moral reform. I can bear witness thai a; the
time of the Dominion exhibition the
mayor as secretary of the fair would
have nothing to do with an offer of
$3,000 that was made for the privilege of selling liquor on the grounds,
even though the acceptance ot the offer would have assisted the exhibition financially greatly. He always
fought for a clean exhibition.
"Then again, His Worship is a
man eminently fined to sustain the
dignity of the city. He has shown
himself able to entertain in the name
of the city anyone from the governor-
general down. He is a worthy representative of the city ai all public
functions.
"On the whole I thinl; that there
can ne no doubt but that Mayor
Keary is the man for mayor nexi
year, and 1 cannot understand why
Borke of the citizens persist In pulling against him."
Alderman  Fader.
Seen yesierday bj a News reporter Alderman E. .1. Fader, one oi the
retiring members of the present council, let it be understood that in liis
opinion Mayor Keary has always
been awake to the interests ot the
N'ew Westminster. "1 have been as-
sociateri with Mayor Keary in tlie
conduct of municipal affairs fbr the
past two years,,' said Mr. Fader,
"and 1 can say to the ratepayers of
the city with confidence that during
my term I found Mr. Keary ready to
do everything in his power in the interests of tbe city. He has never in
an.v way taken advantage of tbe public confidence in him. It has been said
I know by street orators that Mayor
Keary has improperly used his authority over members of the council.
This 1 am prepared to deny, for 1
have never seen anything come up In
council in which the aldermen were
unduly influenced by the mayor, and
in many instances tbe vote of
council went  against his wishes.
"He has repeatedly stated to
aldermen ln session that it was up to
tlieui to decide ou the Important mutters that came up, and the majority
invariably ruled. ��
"1  have every    reason to    believe
that Mayor Keary has done liis
to the ratepayers of the city."
Former   Leader   of   Liberal    Party   ie
British Columbia Enters on New
Sphere of Duty.
the
the
duty
Vote for Mayor Keary, the man
who will see that the people's money
is wisely spent.
CONSCIENCE TROUBLED HIM
SURRENDERS TO POLICE
Victoria, live. 8.���J. A. Macdonald,
K. C, of Rossland, formerly leader of
the Liberal parly in this province.
was sworn in here today as chief justice of the British Columbia Couri Of
Appeals.
Mr. Macdonald began his career in
the legal profession In Stratford,
Ont. in 1884, when he entered the
law office of John Iddington, who i-
now one of the justices of the supreme couri of Canada, in 1K8'J lie
completed his law course in Toronto.
Mr. Macdonald practised his profession ln Toronto from 1889 to 1896,
displaying those talents which have
since distinguished hiui as a barrister and solicitor. In lS'JO he came to
Rossland where he has since resided.
He enjoyed a large general practise
besides being attorney for the Granby
Consolidated company and Canadian
Metals company and other large concerns.
HE TCOK IHE BAIT
HOOK AND ALL
How Lern Too Fell for the
Cunning Snare Laid by
Chief c ^ Mce Macintosh.
STEAMER STRATHCONA
SUCCESSFULLY RAISED
Is Now Beached on Hatzic
Bar Where Temporary Repairs Will Be Made.
Wod was received from up river
yesterday to the effect that the
steamer Strathcona, owned by Ironsides. Rannie k Campbell Of Vancouver, which ran upon a snag and
sunk near Hatzic a shorl time ago,
has  been  successfully  raised.
Beached  on  Bar.
The vessel which was lying i"
about fifteen feet ol svu ir Was raised
from the bottom by means of ropes
attached io scows, and was towed between two scows to Hatzic liar, near
the scene of the wreck where she
waj beached. She will be left on the
bar until the present high water subsides when steps will be taken to ascertain tlie extent and nature of her
injuries. The vessel will be temporarily patched up on the bur and will
(hen be towed down the river, either
to this city or to Vancouver where repairs will be made. It is expected
that it will be some days before the
water will have subsided sufficient
to allow of anything being done to
the hull, and it will probably be at
least two weeks before she is on the
ways  undergoing repairs.
Will  Leave River.
The new steamer Paystreak, recently launched for the Royal City
Navigation company will probably be
on the Chiiliwack run beforj the
Strathcona is off the ways and it is
unlikely that the latter vessel will
take tbe trip up river again.
The Strathcona was last summer
on tbe run from Vanoouver to the
head of the North Arm of Burrard
Inlet and will probably take this run
again at the opening of next summer.
Lem A, a general merchant <��� 14
Mcln* ^ street, in the heart of China-
tow ^Wn Sunday fell a victim to a
tr ^placed for him by Chief Mack-
.S^jsh, and as a result was yesterday
-pioil $7.", and cosls by Maglstiate
w orbould in the city police court.
Prepared a Tra,;.
The chief had a strong notim tliat
Lem Too was taking mor" money
than should legitimately come his
way by the illicit sale of liquor. So
lie prepared the trap.
A good Christian Chinaman, with a
hatred for the breaking of the law,
was found in the person of Charlie
Sing, and he was induced t > take a
dollar bill, marked by the chief, and
to enter tlie store with a request for
liquor, Not suspecting a snare Lem
Too good naturedly supplied Charlie
Sing with two bottles of choice Chinese wine. A moment later Chief Mackintosh entered the store with Sing,
found the mai ked dollar bill in .ne
till, and arrested Lem Too on a
charge of selling liquor on Sunday
without a license. He also took possession of 150 bottles of wine and
sum suey which were in the store.
The court room yesterday morning
was crowded to the uoors with Celestials of all kinds, interested in the
trial of their countryman, who was
defended by W. J. Whiteside. The
prosecution was conducted by \V.
Norman Dole, K. C.. on behalf of the
city, and evidence was taken through
an interpreter, Mrs. Chang. Three
large wicker baskets filled to overflowing with bottles occupied a prominent place on the table.
Mr. Whiteside asked that the case
be dismissed on the grounds that the
evidence was such as the magistrate
was not entitled to hear under the
liquor license law; and that tiie evidence had not shown cleai ly that the
liquor was intoxicating.
Booze Alright.
Mr. Bole replied that tbe liquor had
been tested by the analyst of the customs department who had given evidence to the effect that it was Intoxicating. There was prima facie evidence of intent to sell in the presence of the bottles on the table. The
sale was proved clear up to the lii It.
The magistrate then ruled that the
evidence was sufficient, and an argument arose as to the disposal of the
150 bottles. Mr. Whiteside argued
that they had been illegally seized
and asked the magistrate to order
tbem returned. Tbis Mr. Corbould refused to do, stating that since they
were not entered as exhibits he had
no jurisdiction. Tbe matter had not
been settled when the court adjourned.
QUEBEC   BRIDGE   PLANS
READY BY JANUARY
W.  H.  Keary  is the man  who has
placed our city on a better financial
J footing than  It ever enjoyed  before.
Simon   Oleson,   of   Port   Moody,   Assaulted a  Neighbor, Then Gave
Himself Up.
Simon Oleson, a resident of Port
Moody, is under arrest charged wdth
assault on a man named Miller of the
same place.
Oleson came to the city yesterday
and informed the provincial police of
the case, admitting that be had assaulted Miller. He stated that Millet owed him money, and would not
give him any satisfaction when be
was pressed for payment so he had
lost him temper and assaulted him.
He was informed by the police that
he need not give himself up, for they
had nothing to do with the case unless Miller laid an information
against him.
In the meantime Miller had laid
the information in Vancouver, and
Constable Gammon left last night to
bring Oleson to town.
The charge of grievous assault
brought against a fellow cuontryman
by a Sigh, both employees at the Fraser River Mills, has been withdrawn.
The assailant, who had disappeared
when the provincial police went to
make the arrest, returned yesterday
and held out the olive branch, with
the result that the two decided to
bury the hatchet and be friends
again, despite the cracked head.
Ottawa, Dec. 8.���The Quebec bridge
plans are now well advanced and a
notice to contractors has been issued
by the department of railways and
canals inviting them to visit the offlce
of the board of engineers in Montreal after January 3, where Information may be had to enable them to
prepare bids for the superstructure
with a 1758 feet span bridge. 88 feet
in width Bids will be received cn
the design shown on the plans as
prepared by the board, but contractors are invited to submit alternative
designs wliich must conform to the
conditions laid down in tlie general
specifications.
If you wish to see New Westminster develop along the lines of sane
progress,  vote  for  Mayor  Keary.
Poisoned by Cream Puffs.
St. Catharines, Dec. 8.���Coroner
Cory, this afternoon opened the official enquiry into the death of Alonzo
Lane, the ten-year-old negro boy. The
facts are none too clear. On Thursday the boy purchased half a dozen
cream puffs from a bakeshop here
and shared them with Robert Richards, a young white boy. Afterward botii lads developed symptoms
which appeared to be from poison,
Richards was given immediate attention, which revived him. Lane went
into a drug store, and a clerk gave
him something to relieve the pain.
Tbe boy continued very ill until last
night, when he died. Dr. J. M. Shee-
han, who had attended, informed 'he
coroner the boy bad evidently come
into contact with some poison.
Constantinople, Dec. 8.���A commission whicli lias been making investigations with the object of placing a
telephone system in Constantinople,
has decided in accepting the tender
of a British, French, and American
group, which desires to install the
system.
CHARGE AND COUNTER CHARGE.
Magistrate  Has Complicated    Tangle
In Assault Case.
This morning the trial of the four
Japanese alleged ringleaders in the
fight at Gray's mill, Pitt river, will be
resumed at Westminster Junction,
the trial commencing at 9 o'clock.
Since the first charge of common
assault whs laid against these four by
Frank Pearson, blacksmith at the
mill, counter charges have been laid
against the whites by the Japanese.
Yesterday a still further charge was
laid, when Otto B. Orton and H. Moffat, employees of the mill, laid a
charge of assault with intent to do
grievous bodily harm, against the
four prisoners Z. Koroki, S. Noda, K.
Matsudura and a Japanese who goes
by the cognomen of "Sailor."
There are, therefore, three separate
trials to be heard in connection with
the affray, and there Is a probability
that other charges will follow the decision in those now before the court.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLeod left
yesterady for Seattle, on their way to
Santa Rosa, Cai. Mr. McLeod expects to be gone about six weeks, returning to tlie city about the middle
of January. Mrs. McLeod will, however, remain until the end of tfc.e Winter.
Captain Peacock, who has been in
charge of the local station of the S.al-
vatlon Army for some time past, will
make her farewell appearance in this
city this evening. Caoptain Peacock,
who during her stay here has made
many friends, both in the army and
outside of Its ranks, leaves on Wednesday of the coining week for her
home ln Regina, Sask.
Moore-Walmsley.
Miss Elizabeth Walmsley and Alexander Moore, both of this city, were
united in the bonds of matrimony at
the residence of Mrs. John Jackson,
the sister of the bride, in Vancouver
yesterday. The wedding! which was
solemnized by Rev. Mr. Thompson of
Cedar Cove, was very quiet, being
only attended by the immediate relatives of the bride and groom. After
the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley left for Victoria whence they will
go on to Seattle and the other Sound
cities. On their return they wlll
reside on the corner of Second street
and Third avenue.
Vote for Mayor Keary and a splendid water supply at small cost.
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Classified   Advertisements
LOST.
LOST���BETWEEN SIXTH AVENUE
and Second avenue, on Tenth si.,
gold   watch,   mother-of-pearl   face,
with gold pendant initialled U.ll.H.
Finder kindly phone 430, or leave
here and obtain reward.
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ROOMS TO RENT.
TO  LET���TWO    OK    THREE PUR-
nished housekeeping rooms, furnace, etc. Apply 'JIT Fifth avenue.
FURNITURE
VY. B. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes antl McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN QRO-
cerles, phone 386. Tbe Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. 0. Box Sil.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance Agents���
City,  farm   and  suuurban  property,
260 Columbia streei.
ALWAYS LIST YOUR PROPERTY
with Hale Bros., 186 Columbia
street, for quick sales. Phone
335.     P. O. drawer 100.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B, Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  aai.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR. INSUR-
,'ince, rval estate,etc., is located ht
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
MACHINE  WORKS.
HE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited. Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers i :odern
saw and shingle mill macntnery,
Mill plants and specifications pro-
pared.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE. AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P.  O.  Box  Vila.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, budding
stone, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columhia street. .Ww Westminster
II. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room 7.
Westminster Trust Block.
PAPER   HANGING  &   DECORATING.
1. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings. Burlans. and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomtniug, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D.  QOODFELLOW,
Hall-Lavery  Block.
ARCH1TEC V,
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
maker and upholsterer. 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture In fir and oak.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPINC.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Baa, city. A line
will bring him.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
fola street. Elrts-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program change*
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNBB
Columbia and Eighth. H'.gb-clasg
moving pictures. Illustrated tongs.
Program changed Monday, Wedies-
day and Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings:
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
nnd detai] work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box 254, Fhom
473.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY I
kind of job printing.     Midgut loose
leaf ledgers;  Cowie Carbon Papers, i
Phone    56,    P.  O.    Box  142.      Old '
DaJiy News  Block.  Sixth  Btreet.
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and influential requisitions from the cleciors ol
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to again oiler myself for the mayoralty, In view of the extensive public Improvemi ats now in hand, and
proposed for tbe coming year, 1 fi el
It my duty in accede to tbe wishes
of the electors in the premises, and
will therefore offer myself as a candidate at the forthcoming elections.  ;
As previously eannounced, it was
my intention to Withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the preseni
term, but the urgent, wish of so many |
of the electors that I should continue
In office until the improvement pro-!
gram, with which I am familiar in
every detail, is carried out, compels
me to bow to their wishes, and again
Beek your suffrages. I
If elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward pro-j
tecting the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic gov-:
eminent, and in every other possible i
way advance tlie interests of our ���
city.
Thanking   you,   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and respectfully soliciting your
votes and influence, I am,
Yours very inccrely.
W. H. KEARY.
New Westminster, B. C. Nov 4,
1009.
DRESSMAKING.
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DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,   SKIRTS,
and Waists, 728 Roya] avenue. 204-6
RESTAURANTS.
VNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks,- no Orien-
;a. labor employed. Open day and
night      Opposite tram offlce
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
a*i.i dyers, 345 Columbia Btreel
one R278-   The place when   ':
dirt .and dust is removed from the
fibn    ��� ! in.   Goods called
f'T anil dellv red.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
TO THE   ELECTORS  OF THE  CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���Al the request of a very large nu aber ol citizens and ratepayers I cons,-ntei to
allow my name to he submitted to the
people for their support as Mayor of
New Westminster for the year 1910.
My policy has been, l_, and will be :
wl oily one of progress and In the interests of all the peoj le ol New West
minster. I will discuss issues through j
the  campaign   and   ask   your  careful I
considerate n of all qu stions.
Polling day December Llth. 1909.
JOHN  A.  LEE.*
WE   BUY   AND
:   I    all    k'.'iN
hand goods.
office,
SELL FURNITURE
of new an ! s.-cond
A Speck, near Tram
ELECTRICAL W0RK5.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
di tiers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wir ng.
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'���'hone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLLNG. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie Bt.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.      p. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street     Phone 68,
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND  MEN'S TAJ
loring.      A new    line    of fall Bulfr
Ing just In.     Button making, pr^sis-
Ing and repairing.     Room 9, Smith
block.    Entrances 62a Columbia st. I
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phone R508
TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���Al the request of a number of the ratepayers
of the city 1 have consented to offi r
myself as a candidate for .alderman
In the forthcoming municipal election.
The coming year we look forward to
being one of vast industrial improvement in Sapperton. necessitating that
section of the ciiy having representation on tbe aldermanic board. If
'beted as alderman for the year 1910
I pledge myself to do my utmost to
advance the interests, not only of
Sapperton, but of the city ag a whole,
and on these grounds I appeal to the
electors of New Westminster for their
support.
JAS. N. AITCHISON.
"The Milwaukee"
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P.
Are (> 'ii to Supply
Ail Kinds of
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
| -'The Pioneer Limited," 8t. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Lln*," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in t��e ser��ice on any
railroad in the work! 'l_at equal lu
equipment that of tke Chicago, Mil
waukee It St. Paul Railway. Th��y
owa and operate their own sle-epins
tai dlnlag oars on all their trains and
tfva their patroas nn excellence of
iterrlce not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWB, O-nrrtl Agent
lv* Third St., cor. Ald.r Po-Mml. Or
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THURSDAY,  DECEMBER
9,  1909,
The Goods You
Require to Keep
Warm
Wool-Lined Mocha Gloves.
Wool-Lined Silk Gloves.
Men's Heavy Working Gloves.
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Wool Gloves.
Get  one of those new  Mufflers, in  all
colors.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE
DAILY
NEWS
ALL AT
PHILLIPS
TheJWardrobe
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New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth,
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
MAKE YOUR  APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morn.ng  Paper.
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
LAND ACT.
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
S.lf-X______ i��f-T. ^_U..___V_-_^______-__a___S{V____*_.'tt
C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
New  Westminster  Land  D strict, District of New Westn-1 nster,
Take noticv thai  Wl i      -:
McQuarrie, of   N< w \\ ���
('.. occuaptlon,    bai risl       i law, intends to apply tm pi
chase the following ei
Commencing al
the Bhore "f    W' Ic i
Southwest, corner ot l."
l   New  Westminster di-'
easterly following    the
dar ynf said Loi i 178, I
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Manuracturer* and Deaiera m AU Kma   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
h Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
mm
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
in   less to the west
Timber Limil    38,78 I
.-iluiiK the said westei
said Timber Limil  38
more or li-ss to the sou':,
of said Timber Limit, tht-:
following the south bo
Timher Limit 30 chain.
to the shore of Halt';:...
southerly,    westerly    and
along the shore of Hall '
Welcome Pass to poiut
tnent containing one hundn i   i '��� ~:v
ty (160 aeres more or less
JOHN' FERDINAND '��� '
Agent for William Garland M   \m'
rie.
Dated, November 23rd, 19   '���
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You will And it to your advantage
to arrange your booking ai this (lflice'
Whether you Intend to travel or st>n(1'
lng for your friends.
For dates of sailing and particular!
apply (o
E. QOULET,
C. P. It. Agent.
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
phone: io>.
645   Columbia   Street.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKKT AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted wiih 'both
electricity and eas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compart-
tnent ears, .-tandard 16 section Bleep,
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (sents free), modern day
roaches and  buffet, library and .-mok-
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, nr  any
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Somtle, Wash.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL J14.4O0.00O.OO
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A��� and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of ?1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 pcr cent, per
annum (proent rate).
VoW   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEV WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
TELEPHONE 604.
P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE  STREET.
(Next  Cosmopolitan  Hotel.)
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Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
���OPTICIAN..
Eyes Tested Free.   |Phone 57.
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you can always come to Kenny's, confident that you will always be W,'M
served with excellent foods and confident that you will never be overcharged for anything obtained here.
Our service Is Al, our foods are n"
high grade and    cooked by experts,
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
iiiWlY*.- THURSDAY,
DECEMBER   9,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Mail Service
10
III
nours ol despatch
.flails ai the New West
�����"'         ,Nt office, ihe hour given in
minster Pvai ���     ���  -i~-^��
lining Hie hour ot closing.
-, ..ta half mi ll,nir' **�� d rule' *?'
^Ve actual despatch. All nulla.
f"1' ' a . rWlse stated, are desparcii-
��DleZ received daily except Bunday.
edaui,r, amis dispatched and re-
'''- ^Sunday are tha 0. N. R. South
��' ' ,, u east mails, not including
a'"1 [/' ,,,'aiis, Sapperton, KraSer
Ji, ancl Coqultlam.
Mails Despatched.
, ia.   (closed  at  eleven o'clocK
jl.ta.
ais night)���Vancouver    v��a
it. ._	
_^_H._^_^_^_^_^_H
"'   'm,   Vancouver and Victoria via
. a"|.,. ctrlc railway.
>-   '..'. . r. ii. east taking all point.-,
id ug Langley and district.
���''      maii   ior   Abbousiord  and   dis-
,,.. (  iyburn and district, Hunting-
WQ district, and .Matsqui arc dos-
';        ib.  waj of Vancouver.
I Blaine    and    Seattle,    in-
tiding ill >'��� s- l"'lnts easl alul s0UlD:
���d Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and liaz-
eiiiii'i'   on Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud
C it lit',',1
B ��� Sui ey malls are received from
;,,;; except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
l2 i;,. Fernridge, which arrive on
L port Guichon tram on Tuesdays
Thursdays  and   Saturdays.
ea a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
(  .   ,   |     ,.,  via B.  C.  Electric Kail-
i p.m    Straw.jerry    Hill,  Tim-
beriaad and  South   Westminster,   by
Jjjin-���r i i ui sday and Friday).
i-__ ;,.!ii ��� Last Burnauy, by courier.
Burqultlam, toy courier.
b (Summer months cios�� at
[������30 excepl   Saturday)���Ladner,   Fort
Wel bam     Island   and   Sun-
except Sunday; Woodward,
Thursday and Saturday, via
(Sieveston mall des-
I ,,,i received via Vancouver.) i
Vanoouver   and    Fiper
&i G   N   R. north. '<
ove  lale,   Nleomekl,   and |
por, . Hy, Clayton on Tuesday,
jl Friday and Saturday; Tyn-e-
j. lj  ai '1 Friday;  Bou Ac-
i day and 1 rlday,
j.qq     ���      Vanco  .-er and Burnaby
I B. C. Electric Railway. Sat-
I, mail Is despati bad to
j y ,   ���   ouver ai  this  hour.
gi;. Seattle, Including all U.
g e .    : and sonrh. via C. N, it
8 icon i C. P. n.. ra��t. Fra-
j Tbis  mall  tal<es thn  foi-
,, places:      Barnet    anel
port M I' tt Meadows, port Ham-
I  ��� ���   Haney,    Mission,    Chilll-
'��� on Hot Springs. Agasslz,
1,  '     met   Spences' Bridge, Nic-
( '   trict.   and all   points  '.ast
Hcenl '"narR.
son who ls the sole head of a lanuiy
lor any male over IS years ol age,
Ithe  extent  ol   one-quarter  Bectlon
iioo acres, more or less.
Entry must be madi.- person:
the   local   land   oflice   for   the  die:.
llu which tlie laud is situate.     i
!by  pioxy  may,  however,  bu madi
certain    comlitions    by    the    fai
[mother, sou, daughter, brother oi
ter of au Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to pei
form the conditions connected then
with   under   one   of    ibe    following
plans:
(1) At least six months' resldi
uiiiin  and  cultivation of the  lan 1  i .
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tn,
father in decasesd), of the homesteader ,
resides upon a farm In the vicinity ot
PILOTS Of AIR
I HAVE LICENSES
Aero Club of America
Keeps Well Abreast of the
Times.
111!
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied j
such person residing with the tathei
or mother.
(:i)  lf the settler has his perman. :r
resilience   upon   tanning   land   i I
by  him In  the vicinity  of bis  homi
stead, the requirements ag to resid n
may  be satisfied  by  residence  upoi
tin- said land.
Six months' noilc(. ln writing should
be given to the commissi! -. r ol Do
minion lands ai Ottawa o Intention
to apply for patent,
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights  may   be
leased   for     a   period  of     twenty-on
years At an annual  rental ol  ll   pei
acre.       Not    more    than    2560    aCrei
York,   Dee    8.���The   board   Of
of the Aim club ol America
^_ ��� Glenn  ll. Curtiss, Orvllle
ii    Wilbur    Wright  as the
ol  tin   11 ib.     In order
Uscrimlnatc    flying as
organization, a si I ":
regulations     has    been
the Issuance of li-
e i ''ieen  pilots.     In order
applicants musi be over
ears ol    age    and must
prove lo       satisfaction or the board
1   'li" cl that   they    have  made
1   ��� of al  leasl one kllome-
���" i ach,     Flights musl be made un-
.��� ial    supei vision of    the
all    ' aelllee.   and   the   board   "I
Ul have discretionary powers In passing on all applications.
the rate oi
be collected
.,,,,,_,,, ,.,,,_.��.<       i     Application  may  be  made  in   writ-
Khali  be leased  to one individual or   ,ng t0 the boar/of dill���,(,r8 ,,���. a
license as aviation pilot by any member over 21 years of age. The board
I of directors may, withoul assuming
any responsibility for themselves or
for the Aero club of America, Issue
a   license  as  aviation   pilot   on  such
company.       A   royalty   a
five cents per  ton  shall
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W  CORY.
Deputy of the Mtnlstrr ol tl    Interior
N.B.���-Unauthorized   publication   ol j
Ibis advertisement will    nut  be  paid
for.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO. !
application when, in their opinion, tin
applicanl 11 fully qualified, and when
they are satisfied that his methods of
Might are reasonably prudent and
safe and thai he is a person of such
sound judgment and discretion as to
entitle him to assume Buch responsibility, or they may in their discretion
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work than a horse with its natural coat, but wil  at tne
Ml��" have more lit. In him.    On the other hand, the une  11^
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SPORTS
ST.   YVES   ISSUES   DEFI
TO   MARSH   FOR   15   MILES
EARL'S DAUGHTER
TAKES lilt VEIl
WANTED Tt! JfliN
IN COBRA DANCE
American    Woman    in
Many   Experiences
Interest.
Bombiy     Had
of   Much
New York, Dee. 8.���.Mrs. Amy
Croker Gouraud, the multimillionaire
heiress and one of the must interest
ing women in New York
ly returned from Europe
the lasi of elaborate am
rations and furnishings i
she gathered in Oriental
who recent-
is installing !
costly deco-1
inst of which j
countries, at
a cosl of $1,000,000, in her new bome.
Gouraud    is   a worshipper of   training hard and expects to be even
for his defeat al Chatham. Buffalo
promoters want to bring Shrubb and
Longb ial together in a 20-mlle event
there. Longboat is willing, bul
Shrubb wants the distance cut to IB
or   is   miles.
��� ���	
Buddha. She prays to hlm; believes
in him, and his commandments decide her daily acts
"This takes uie bacK in India," said
Mrs Gouraud, as she reclined on a
velvet) divan. "I had manj interesting i .i1'; ii nces there, ami speni three
wei Ks in a bun m near Bombay, I
did is as a dare, and for the purpose
ol si eing what actuallj goes on behind the wall   ol a harem.
n >'.' i, soo ' om iii the harem, and 1 was t In first I ingltsh-speak-
ing woman w ho had i -1 been tliere.
I was verj  much surprised with what
I saw. I had auppo i thei thej
would all be youn:: and beautiful, bul
II was not so.
"Tliere were bul five or Blx pri t1 ���
women in the harem, There was bul
one. a French girl, sixt"i n years old.
v. hom i he maharaja si emed to care
for. Most Ol the others were fat, but
took life easy.
Slaves at Work.
'The  most   Interesting part  of the
day was in the morning at the tolli ;
It required two hours for the slaves,
and there were hundreds of them, to
rub the bodies of the 300 women.
They placed a peculiarly pleasing per-
'fume on their bodies and painted
their veins and made tbem look as
pretty as possible. I delighted ln
the  way  the slaves worked ou  me,
"One of the most impressive sights
I witnessed was the cobra dance, it
is a strange fact tha; a cobra will
bite a man if placed on bis body, but
In will seldom bite a woman. Eight
pretty and graceful women did the
cobra dance. The women, as tbey
circled hi'her and thither, became
madly Infatuated with the serpents,
and the cobras seemed as mad as the
women.
"I wanted to join ln the dance, but
they wouldn't permit it. They said
tbey were afraid the snake might
bite me."
Seattle, Dae. 8.���Henri St, Yves,
champion Marathon runner of the
world, yesterdaj issued a challenge
lo .John I). Marsh, another well
known Marat boner, for a IB-mile race
St.  Yves bus anywhere from ?B00  '"
$1000 tei I k  up bis opinion thai   he
can outfool the speedy Canadian over
"semi-Marathon" distance, Some
time ago Marsh and St. Yves booked
up In a 15-mile race al Vancouver,
and the Frenchman broke down be
tween the third and fourth mile,
straining both ankles. He Ib i-'ti11
wealing bandages on his ankles, bul
says thai he wants another chance al
Marsh  before  leaving  for  the east.
"I am willing to race Marsh at any
time, and the only condition is thai
lf we rim on a track twehe laps to
the mile or under, the turns In tie-
track must be banked. This is to
take awaj the strain from the ankles
whh h becomes terrific If we run on
a Hal door," said St. Yves lasl night.
"I   shall   leave   inr  the   ensl   the   latter
part of this month, according to my
present plans, and I want a return
match with Marsh before I go."
Marsh arrived In Seattle from Vancouver yesterday and the men will
probably meet today to talk over a
possible   race.       At  present   thej   are
without a promoter, and a Marathon
runner without a promoter to back
blm ls more lonely than a highball
minus the rye. St. Yves does not
care where the race Is held, but it
will probably go to Vancouvei i[ arrangements can be made, as then is
no available track in Seattle.
Longboat   and   Sherring.
Toronto.    Dec.    8.���Tom     Longboat
and   Billy   Sherring   are   matched   to
meet   at    London   a   week   from   last
night in a live-mile race.    Sherring Is
Members of Catholic Families Witness Lady Barret's
Profession.
Soprano Sold For $7000.
New Yoik. Dec. 8.���Soprano, the
three-year-old trotter, with a record
of J:iis ::-!, was sold at the Old Glory
sale to .1. B. Madden for $7000. Madden bought the horse on the advice
of bis fifteen-year-old son Edward.
who told his father thai Bhe is the
onlj male' thai can take the place of
Hamburg B( lie, v. hose record was
:   013 I.
N'i
Six-Day Bicycle Grind.
York.  Dec. 8.���Shortly
:.   o'clock   this  morning   there
t' n-minute special
vln-Keegan teams
bi ������     at 2  o'i loch
before
^^^^^       was   I
in   which  the  Gainst one lap.    The
was:   Macfarland-
Clark, Rooi Stohl, Root-Fogler, Law-
Fomara, Walthour-Collins, Mitten-
West. Cameron-Krebb, Halstead-Law-
rence, Pye-Hehelr, 1017.2 miles; Gal-
vin-Keegan, Anderson-Vanoni, Hill-
Stein, Qeroget-Gero. et, 1017.1 miles:
Germain-Carapezzi,  1003.8  miles.
Trap Shooting at Athens.
New York. Dec. 8.���The interstate
association for the encouragement oi
tra|i shooting today decide.l that tills
country should have a representative
team of amateur trapshoote b al i^1
Olympic games in Athens nexl year.
Tom Marshall, mayor Of Keithsburg,
111., was authorized to pick the team.
The Grand American handicap for
1909 will be held in Chicago in June
and the Paciflc Coast handicap association In September.
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London, Eng., Dec. 7.���Some ol l ie
meal distinguished titled members of
old Roman Cai holic faml leg went
over to Bruges n centlj to witness
the taking ol the veil by Ladj ,! tid
Barrel i. the daughter of the late i-'11
Of  ('avail.     The   C( I eluiiny   took   l'j '   ���'
al   the   convent   of   the  An- usti i in
Cannonesses  and  wns moBl   Imp
Ive.     Lady   Maud   was   received
bride into  the church, dn f
beautiful  bridal  array, her  tra
ing carried by six bridesmaids.
uns   given   away   by   her   bi otbe;
present Earl of Cavan. Lady Man I
will never see any ol her relatives
again, according to the .ules of the
convent, unless she Is dying, when
she will be permitted to see them if
she expresses sm li a desire. She will
be known as Sister Mar.   Gundn da.
The ceremony came as a shoe... to
several members of her family, v.ho
hold the most dlverfjeni views on
religion. Lord Cavan's aunt, for instance, is an ardent Salvationist,,and
is the only titled woman in this country who has worn the uniform of Ibe
Salvation army. A brother of the
present peer is a vicar in the Church
of England, another relative is a Nonconformist, while others hold advanced high  ehureh opinions.
The vicar, who will succeed to the
title, was at one time in the army,
and served in Sonth Africa. Lord Cavan himsell was ai lirsl strongly opposed to the step taken by his sister,
bul eventually gave way to her
strongly-expressed wishes. The Duke
oi .Norfolk wrote a characteristic and
cordial letter to Lady Maud just before she entered the con,ent.
ANGLICAN   SYNOD  ADVISES
DIVISION  OF LAfiGE  SYNOD
Brandon, Dec. 8.���The Anglican
convention al its morning session
discussed and passed the following
resolution: "That in view of ihe
multiplicity of the work entailed
upon the Archbishop of Rupert's
Land, ii is advisable thai there ba a
division of the diocese, and thai cop-
l( 'el Ibis order be senl to the arch-
mlshop, executive council and synod.
After a vigorous debate it was
unanimously resolved, "that whereas
the provincial synod at its last meeting resolved that the diocese of Rupert's Land must either surrender
any voice in the election ol iis own
bishop, or give up all claim to the
Metropolitan See of the ecclesiastical
province, it is the opinion ot this
union that while the retention of tbe
Metropolitan See at Winni] eg is desirable, the western portion of the
diocese cannot surrender the right of
selecting Us own bishop, and there-
lore, that li is only by the erection
of the territory Into Beparate dloces s
thai such retention of the Metropolitan  See  is  possible.
LOVE MAKING   IN  CHAPEL
CAUSES COLLEGE  SCANDAL
There is one man on whom the citizens can rely:  it is W. H. Keary.
WOULD SUBSTITUTE
ZEBU MEAT FOR BEEF
For Swimming Championship.
Montreal, Dec. 8.���The Ottawa Canoe club is thinking of sending Gordon Johnson, the 100-yard national
swimming champion, to comnete in
some of the important races in the
United States. William Henry, the
English expert, pronounced Johnson
good for about sixty-oue seconds in a
seventy-five foot pool, and his club-
mates think this would beta all but
Danielfe.
NELSON WILL NOT TRY
FOR  STANLEY  CUP
Chicago, ill.. Dec. 8.���Tales of kiss-
| ing in the dark and love-making in
| the chape] of Northwestern college,
at Naperville, and the sudden resignation of Presldenl II. .1. Klekhoefer,
head of the religious school, following the disclosures, bas blven church
and social circles of the village a
shock.
Himself the professor of intellectual and moral philosophy, President
Klekhoefer, who ls the father of three
girls und a boy, has been revered and
loved In Naperville for a quarter of
a century. As a result of the disclosures Northwestern college, with
Its three hundred students, of whom
fifty are girls. Is in rebellion, and the
Evangelical association, whicli originally founded the school, is divided
over the  matter.
French   Government   Would   Make
a
Nelson, B.
Lot of Money From Wild Herds
of  Mad^8ascar-
not   send   a
Stanley   cup
son.    It was
and the men
Paris, France, Dec. 8.���The colonial
authorities have Inaugurated a serious attempt to introduce in the
French market the zebu of Madagascar as a substitute Tor beef. The
tirst batch of a dozen carcases sold
in the Paris stalls brought the prices
j of the highesi grade ol cattle. Lar-
i ger shipments are now on the way
here.
M. Carrougeau, the manager of the
government stud in Madagascar, is
enthusiastic over tbe project. He
says the herds of zebus, otherwise
known as Indian oxen, wbicb have
been threatened with extermination,
are now being rapidly restored and
that probably 4,500.000 head roam the
plateaus of Madagascar. He describes the meat of the zebu as savory and nutritious and the equal of
beef.
He estimates the prospective annual Importation into Europe at from
150,000 to 200,000 head.
C. Dec. 8.���Xelson will
hockey team after the
during the present sea-
hoped by Lester Patrick
interested in the Nelson
club that Stanley cup dates would be
secured in January, but the trustees
- have  seen   fit   not   to   grant   Nelson's
request   and   Nelson   will   wait   until
next year.
ALBERTA WILL NOW
HELP THE   RAILWAYS
Calgary,  Alta.,  Dec.  8.���At  a  ban-
Iquet to lion. \V. il. Rutherford stated
that   both   the   C.N.R,  and   the  G.T.P.
i would enter Calgary next  year.      He-
repeated  bis  promise that  If the Do-
I minion government did not see fit to
I encourage  railway  building  in  Alberta,  the  local   government  would  by
The ice hockey season here ,<.,= .���. ,
from the first of January until about i panics
the middle of February only, and
Nelson could not arrange to go in
March. Nelson will challenge next
season, no matter where the cup is
then located.
"Sl" Griffiths and Tom Phillips, who
were to have played with the Nelson
team, announce that they will not do
so, owing to the dropping of the Nelson cup challenge. Griffith and Phillips both have offers from eastern
clubs, but have not accepted any as
yet. The Edmonton hockey magnates
are anxious to sign them for the season.
leasts guaranteeing bonds of   various com-
BRUTAL   ASSAULT   MADE
ON A YOUNG GIRL
"Lifebuoy Soap ls delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it ls unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
John Drew Is Injured.
New York, Dec. 8.���John Drew, the
actor, was thrown from his horse
while riding with his daughter on the
Bridle path in Central Park yesterday, and seriously injured. The
horse trampled on the actor as he lay
on the ground. The extent of bis
injuries is not known. Mr. Drew is
at present appearing ln a play ln this
city.
Victoria Boxers to Compete.
Victoria, Dec. 8.���Three Victoria
amateur boxers will go to Vancouver
to compete in the Vancouver Athletic
club tourney next Tuesday. They
are: Charlie Cohen, Y.M.C.A., 136
pounds; Eddie Mclntyre, J.B.A.A.,
145 pounds; and Young Knockton, of
the Empress Athletic club, 125
pounds.
Inspected Alma M. Mine.
Nelson, Dec. 8.���J. T. Hlllis of Vancouver left last night for the coast.
He had been inspecting the Alma M.
mine on behalf of Vancouver capitalists to whom the mine was recently
placed under bond and lease. His
report will be highly favorable. A
125-foot .crosscut tunnel has been
sunk and gold showings are excellent.
Kingston, Ont., Dec. 8.���Last night
the ten-year-old daughter of Thomas
Sanford, Wellington street, was inveigled into a shed at the rear of ber
house and terribly abused and assaulted. She is now In the hospital
under care. The man escaped, but
he may be run down as a fair description ls had of him,
U. S. Should Build Airships.
Washington, Dec. 8.���Contending
that all first-class powers except the
United States are providing themselves systematically with aerial aids,
General James Allen, chief signal officer of the army, in his annual report to the secretary of war yesterday urged the adoption of a definite
plan of aeronautical development In
the army. He also recommended a
more definite control of wireless telegraph along the coast.
Shot Girl, Then Killed Himself.
Buffalo, Dec. 8.���Angered at the
girl's refusal to accept his advances,
John Schaubert, who had a wife and
two children, yesterday shot 18-year-
old Emma Janezen twice and then
put a bullet into his own head. The
man died of his wounds but his victim will recover.
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Publls__e.nl by Tbe Dally News Publishing Comrany, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
have ascertained tbat several of the
signatories were not aware that their
:.ami's were to be published, we retrain from so doing.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
E. A.
Paige. . ,
 Managing  D
rector
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THURSDAY,
DECEMBER   9,
1909.
In justice to the Mayor It is only
fair to state that he said his information came from the Chief of Police.
���Editor.
WAIT AND WATCH.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   IS   FREE.
A circumstance that furnishes most
pertinent proof of the wisdom of
those who secured the waterfront of
New Wi stminster to and for the use
of ber citizens has just transpired in
the busy industrial city of Toronto.
The Canadian Pacific railway has
made the claim before the Supreme
Court of Canada thai it holds the
Toronto waterfront and can shut the
city oul from the great natural highway upon which it is located. Tne
company claims thai the city of Toronto can only reach its harbor and
the shipping of the International
lakes and the St. Lawrence by its
courtesy or permission.
The Globe, in dealing with the bi r-
ious position In which Toronto finds
itself, says:
"A claim so aggri B8h i Is unreasonable and even insolent, foi ll "���
rides the mosl firmly established and
widely recognized popular rights.
Yet it is wi ll thai i; is made, and that
the people are warned ol their danger. Now there mus: be no respite
until it is fully and finally averted.
The Dominion and the Provinces have
been unpardonably negligent i.i allowing the foreshores of navigabh
waters to pass into private bands
Railway companies bavi been accorded powers of expropriation q!.ileus comprehensive as their needs warrant. Urban municipalities, on the
other hand, have not been given expropriation powers sufficient to enable them to cope with railway aggression. It is In this regard that
public safety demands an immi 11
change. Ii it is possible for a railway to claim in. waterfront and shut
Toronto ofl from I i ni igable highway ou which il is locati . Toron o
should ha-, ������ powei to expropi iate
that waterfront   That no su
ts is due to the familia   b   ij   o
I.     .  a   Cting      :
ts.   Now that we ari
,      Ible resul t habit
tlie nei      .   . .     .   -      . .    trg-
ent. -     palities of this   Do-
t uo matter
II - ex]        iation   I
. avert all
It
.
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I .    _ cl Izeu.
to  thank  no   man   more   than
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...... pluckil)
I       .i and ov. rcame v< sted lnl
were already  encroaching   upon
city' ��� -cured
���      rfront foi   her citi-
:   . b for all time.
Only 76   days  before the tolls are
removed from the New  Westminster ',
bridge vide F. J. MacKenzie's pledge,   j
Only 76 days   to   wait   before the
New    Westminster    bridge    will    be
lighted at night, vide F. J. MacKenzie's pledge.
GHOULS WILL OULD
BODY FDD HANSOM
Open   Grave   and     Remove     Body   of
Infant   Son   of   Great   Falls
Millionaire.
Great Falls,  Dec.  ��.���Th i grave   ol
the infant son    of    Haifleld Conrad,
the son of William G, ( onrad, a Great :
Falls  millionaire    banker,    has  be n
opened and the bodj oi tbe child tak-:
en away.     The crimi   was discovered
as the sexton was prepeaiing for the
arrival of the funeral party,     In passing the gate oi  the Highland cem< -
tery he found thi  casket of the small
child  lying on  the sod.   The casket
was empty and an examination show-.
ed tliat the grave of the Conrad child
had been opened.      The only motive j
that can be ascribed is that the per- '
petrator desired to hold the body for
rn ns'em and that he placed the casket
where it would easily be seen.     The
a.e.i'.   .,1    the Conrad    child was interred  aboul  a year ago.      The boy
was about four years of age.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Charles Bradbury as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed  from the  ret   -
and clerk of Burnaby to Charles Bradbury,  bearing date  the  16th  clay  ol
July, A. D., 1908, of all and Bing i
that certain parcel or tract of    lam
and premises Situate, lying and bi
in the District of New Westmint
in the Province of British Coin:,
more   particularly    known    and    described as Lots 15 and 16, subdivision
nf Block 2, of part of Lot 29, Group 1.
You and those claiming through
under you  and  all   persors  clai,
any interest in the said land I,..   \
tue  of  any   unregistered  instiuin nl
and all persons claiming any inten ���
in  the  said  land   In   desceit,   wl
title is not registered under the provisions cf the "Land  Registry Act,
are required lo contest the claim ol
the tax   purchaser    w'thin forty-lie'
days from the date of the service ol
this notice  upon you. and in defa i
of a caveat or certificate of lis p
dens  being  filed  within  such  period,
or in default  of   redemption befon
registration, you and each of yo i
be   forever   estopped   and   deb:
from setting up any claim to or in respect  of   the  said   laud,  and   I   B
register Charles Bradbury as owm
thereof in   fee.      And   I  hereby  o
that publication    of    this notice '
thirty days In a daily newspaper :
lished in    New   Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Imied ai   the  Land Registry  Oflle,
\a\v   Westminster,  Province  of   British Columbia, this 3uth day of Nove
ber, A, l>., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
Pi si riet Registrar.
To James inland. James Highland
THURSDAY.   DECL^
TENDERS.
Tenders    addressed    to  the   ttndor-
i al ������ ittawa, In sealed envelopes,
and marked on the envelopes "Tenders for Quarantine Supplies," will be'
received  up to noon of the fifteenth
day of January. 1910, for supplies for;
mine Station.
The following supplies are required: I
Coal;
Firewood;
Fish;
I'.rticoi i.s;
Hardware and ship chandlery;
.Meat;
Medical stores and disinfectants;
Uniforms,   and other    articles of
apparel;
Vegetables.
Forms may be obtained by application to   the Departmenl of   Agriculture. Ottawa, or to the   Medical Superintendent nt Quarantine.
Tla   |  'partmi nl  does not  bind itself   ta   .a Cl Pi    till'   loWCSt   Of   U11V   tOll-
der.
Newspapers copying this advertise-
;  withoul authority from the Department will not be paid.
\   I.  JARVIS,
Assistant  Deputy Minister and
Seen ��� m ol Agriculture.
Ottawa, Canada, November 11   '���'��� ''
CHRISTMAs
FURNITURE
is VM'' after
The  Idea of giving furniture   for   Christmas   gifts
year becoming more  popular.    Already this  season  wc
to one side for delivery Christmas Eve dozens of prett    ', ' ^
tined to gladden someone's heart  at Christmastide. "' ""'
Furniture  makes  a  substantial    present,   and    |t   |,
minder of the giver for years to come.   A Secretary   . M        ^ ''
a Couch, a Cabinet,  etc.. a���  make  most acceptable VhriZ'."
KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR WINDOW.
gifts.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
""���   *"���   *-*      *** Le��'s  Bl��ck. Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, c.
.^'<?^^a^J,l!TOt_^^SSy7a,
o 16,
MOREY'S, 665 Columbia Street
WOULD  ALLOW  GIRLS
RIGHT   TO   PROPOSE
SLEIGH'NG   IN   THE   S-TREETS.
The    sleighing    accident    that   occurred   on   Sixth   street   on   Tuesday.
which was by mere chance of a much
'���   - serio .-  < b ira>  ��� i   than it  mighl
have been, should serve to secure the
'iy passing oi a by-law that will
pul a stop to this juvenile pastime on
the principal streets ol the city.   The
accident   to   the   .Mia.-.,   Lavery   and
Insl.-y is not the flrst of its kind by
any  means.     Invariably  some   such
ap  occurs   whenever  there  is   a
snowfall.    The  practice Of  Using  the
������ ��� sidewalks for ulelghing  purposes
has Increased, Is Increasing and ought
to be diminished.    It Is  a great nui-
���- and a serious source Of danger,
not only to the children who indulge
in  the  pastime,  but   to  foot  passengers.
Tlie inclined sidewalks of the city
are quite dangerous enough to foot
passengers in times of snow and frost
without the addition of so Berious a
danger as swiftly-flying sleighs in the
hands of Irresponsible juveniles. This
kind of thing may have been allowable fifteen or twenty years ago. but
today, when New Westminster is a
busy and populous place, such a misuse of the public thoroughfare is intolerable. When the new council gets
down to business we hope one of its
first acts will be to formulate a bylaw making it penal to use the main
streets of the city for sleighing or
sliding.
Chicago. Dec.    8.���"There    is only j
one good reason for not getting married, and that is ill-health." said the j
Kev.  Frederick    B. Hopkins,    in  Pilgrim    Congregational    church yesterday.
"The  sta'e  should  compel   men  to
marry for the same    reason it com-
peis education and in some countries
rj   Bei \ Ice.      It is for the we
oi the state that there sin.uld be
the  largest number of homes and a
il and regular increase of population.
"If after a suitable acquaintance a
girl would like to marry a man, but
: ask her, then let ber ask
him. Why not? If she- wa its ijir'-
- e will probably .give him a good
many hints anyway, so why not s]
- oul and ask for wh it you v-
It is : i com      lonality a:
-   ':i any way we looh
i tl     old-fashioned   sva..\"
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XMAS CARDS
We  have Just received  a  very   great   range   of   XMAS   CARDS from
the very best publishers.      You  had better make you,
while the assortment  is complete.       It   will   not   cost  "o      ny mo����
and you can gain a  great advantage by doing your bu
Our  selection   is  beyond  comparison in the city.
I
���-: ' I early,
Vote  for   Keary  and  prosperity.
I MA     . . ELECTION
NOflCE.
W.     H.    KEARY'S    CANDIDATURE.
We beg to notify the electors
of the City of New Westminster that permanent committee rooms have been engaged
in the Dupont biock directly
above " The Fair" store, Columbia  street.
These rooms will be open until after the election and every
one is cordially invited to visit
the rooms at any time, and any
assistance rendered the committee will be greatly appreciated.
DAVID  DOUGLAS,
ADAM JOHNSTON,
For the  Committee.
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
Goods
in Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Leather (.nods, Calendars,
Cards, Pictures, Crockery,
China, Glassware and NOVELTIES of every description. Twenty.three Years' Experience in this particular
trade means something. Tt
shows up in oui' stock. Come
and see it.
MOREY'S, 665 Columbia Street
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Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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SKA TES for you
SKA TES to sell, also
HOCKEY STICKS and
PUCKS
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
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WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHOW
you bow It ls cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the iwor-
er ind. We can point to
bul .ings bui't with our materia i that never need repairs.
Wi can point to some others
that aeed repairs all the time
But ihey were not built of our
matt-rials. See where real
cheapness lies?
A HOME FOR $1500
$60 DOWN AND THE BALANCE IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $15 WILL GIVE YOU A SNUG LITTLC
HOME AND NICE LOT CLOSE TO THE SIXTH ST.
CAR LINE. THIS IS A SNAP AND WILL BE TAKEN
UP QUICKLY, SO DO NOT DELAY IF YOU WANT A
HOUSE ON SUCH  EASY TERMS.
WE ALSO  HAVE A   SEVEN   ROOM   HOUSE  CLOSE
TO THE CAR  LINE  FOR $1800 ON  EASY  PAYMENTS.
White, Shiles&Co
628 Columbia St,, New Westminster.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
A Nice New Dinner
Service
Ninety-five Pieces Special
Today only $8.00 for the
complete set
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.      I
Wc buy for cash and sell tor the 6��me
Advertise   in   The    Mews.
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
t Ten Dollars down and Ten Dollars per month, no
interest. This property is on the new cut-off of the
B. C. Electric Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, IID.
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS.
EDITORIAL   NOTE.
The Daily News Is In receipt of an j
extensively signed communication of |
the residents of the Dominion Trust
Block strenuously objecting to Mayor i
Keary's statement, "that this block |
Is the most immoral house In the j
city," and calling upon him to retract |
the "uncalled for slander."      As we
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAfifi FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
BIG REDUCTIONS IN BLANKETS
AND QUILTS TODAY
All-Wool White Blankets, 12-4 size, very large, 10 lbs.    Regular
price 111.60.    Today       $9,00
All-Wool White Blankets, li-i  size,  9  lbs.    Regular price $8.50.
Today       $6.oo
Ml-Wooi White Blankets, 10-4 size. 7 lbs.   Regular price $5.50.
Today  $4.oo
llil Comforters, cotton-filled,   dainty   colorings.      Regular   price
Today  	
Eiderdown Qullta, special 	
SPORTING NEWS
WAK IS BITTER
AMONG HOCKEYISTS
\ '	
S   formation of Second Eastern  League
Causes Some Very Lively Competition  For  Players.
.;1.50
.$9.00
1 he Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
WHY SUFFER jj
with   headaches?-    Others   hav-   bean   completely !
B      relieved by wearing   a   pair of  our MADE-TO-OR- 4
Jj      DEK glasses, so may you. ~'\
Optical Parlor.           \\T      f?      HT A TV
Dominion Trust Bldg.    VY .    V.     1 AIL.
a,   Dec.  8.���The   organization
���;  new national hockey association
Montreal has precipitated the most
porting war   yet.      The Ren-
lnw - ���'ih. determined  to wreck the
Stanh..  cup    team, has    made enormous offers to Kerr,  Walsh,  Taylor,
'���''""   and Stuart, and want  Taylor to
manage   and    captain    the Renfrew
He is offered $21  and Kerr
���! "������ The Nationals and Shamrocks threaten to leave the Canadian
Hockey league, which would leave
only the Ottawa's, Quebec, ana All
Montreal in it. There is a Qerce
rush for professional players In a11
ni the country. Renfrew Is
also after Lester Patrick. The Ot-
declare they win keep their
preseni team intact If they even pay
double the salaries offered by Renfrew. This league tight is a harvest
for thi playi is, all of whom are holding "in for more money. Nothing
is known of the new Ottawa club
here, but the Wanderers Key it wlll
be known v. hen the times comes.
There is a pt oposal to merge the two
leai   '.. bul the Ottawa club will nol
heal   of it.
$33,000   PER   MINUTE
FOR JACK AND JEFF
Assuming thai the Jeffries and
Johnson tight lasts 45 rounds of three
minutes each, with one-minute intermissions, the earnings of the winner
exclusive of the big picture profits,
will compare as follows the income
of Caruso, Lauder and Mary Garden
being figured while   actually on the
stage:
Income
I'o,.   llnill.:
Jeffries and Johnson  J33.668'
John D. Rockefeller    3,640
Czar ol' Russia     2,166
King  Edward         37n
Caruso   	
Mary Garden	
Harry Lauder 	
Other  Big   Fight   Purses
Rounds.
'Ill'
650
600
330
B. C. A. A. WILL  DISCUSS
PROVINCIAL   SOCCER   MIXUP
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OOD
OODS at
ROPER
RICES
A nii'ftiti... nl' the executive or the
British t'i.lumbia Amateur Athletic
union will la- held in Victoria next
Saturday when ihe soccer situation
iu the province will he discussed. The
��� iccer men threaten to withdraw
I'i mu the union unless granted certain
concessions, and as it is nm within
lhe power of the union to giant ihe
requesi some Interesting developments will probably t'oliow. The
Vancouver Island Football league has
already withdrawn from the amateur
union, while tin- mainland leagues
have the matter under consideration
aial  may  follow suit.
and a Clean, Crisp and Complete Stock of Watches,
Clocks, Silverware, Cut Glass,  Brooches, Lockets,
Necklets, Chains, and many other lines we will be
glad to show you.
Glad to Have You Call and   Look Over our Stock   ��
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmake* and Jewelei
Turkish  Wrestler  Is  Winner.
Toledo,   'i.   lie.-   8.   -Yussil   Mahals,  the  Turk,    d in iti 1   lan  Par-
nelio in : v..i straight fall 16 m n-
utis iiiiil 1 i 1-2 minutes In a wrestling
match ia i ' lasi  night.
Longboat aiiU Sherring Again.
Toronto,    Dec
and  Bill; ri e ,i  I.
meet   in   London  a   w<   ..    ,.   :.,  hist
uighl   in a  tive-mili   rac
ainillg    a ��� : :    .     , ,  ,    ..
evei ��� el  i.a- ms    defe il    al  Chatham.
pri '��� aie:".,     Al''
Sai ubb and  Longbo ettn     In  ���'���
i_0-niile eveni    then        Longboat    h
willing bin Shrubb wan    I   i  di
cai   lo   , ailei'.
.WIson-Gans   . .
���i' in les-Sharkey
.1 ��� I'i lies-Fit/.   ..
Jeffi les-Corbetl.
Corbett-Mc( oj .
Hlill-.Xelsoil. ' .
Corbett-Sharkey
Col bell-Sullivan
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Purse.
569,716
67,000
63,000
62,340
57,mm
43,311
���IK,nun
25,000
W. E FALES
offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in Housed Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
The Leading Furniture House
612-518 Apes Street, Opp. Public Library
Undertaking   in   all   Its   Branches
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held
Honors for  Victoria  Corps.
toria, Kee   8.���The    Fifth regl-
Canadlan  Garrison  artillery   ol
ilia   has   been     advls ������!   Unit   Us
��� companies have taki a Qrsl. sec-
ma!  third places in competition
all Cai. alia i artlllerj  regiments
i company winning ilu- Governor-
ral's shield im- general efficiency
last year hy a Halifax company.
WHY DID JEFFRIES
CHANGE   HIS  MIND/
Los Angeles, Cai., Dec. 8.���"Xo. I'll
nol tight Johnson. They have beeu
after me lor weeks, urging me to re-
��� ie er tlie rin,!; ii be whipped Burns,
hu I have retired for good and will
never fight again.
'Why, I'd be a fool to do it. 1
couldn't do "justice in myself or the
public either. I've been oui of training ior lour years, and doubt if 1
could ever get into condition again to
fighl a championship battle."
Remember that statement, it was
given out by Jim Jeffries just after
Jack Johnson had beaten Tommy
Burns at Rushcutter's bush, last De-
cember.
Jeff must have changed his mind
since then, it be reallj meant the
above. A question the public would
like io have answered, undoubtedly,ls
whether Jeffries has changed his
mind, or has the lure ol gold over-
comi his scruples and caused him to
lake a chance, despite his expressed
belief ileal in- can not regain his former condition and be lil to battle for
I      chan pionship.
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
wninirawin in ��� 'ifii*��i-������nni i ��� 11������_��.
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tr,^n_A.___aX___
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Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
nionths. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
cQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
Six-day Riders Ahudd of Records.
������  W    Voik.    I lee Iti   .a
e; ds, the leai     s In the sl -.-ii.e.>
pace v
red existl
; .     .1.       Foui e an   teams   siiii   r< -
main m the nn-. , ai a  ... thi -a, bi
ii.-d  [or firsl  place,    four others a'
lap awaj ami the reconsti ucti I
learns, Germain and Carapezzi, <'���'
miles behind. la' wei ee 11 an.l 1-
o'clock las: night one ol in i besl
Bprints car seen In the gard a took
place. .Ml ih'- teams were in it and
the riders ime around ihe track at
i terrific pace, whii thousands oi on-
cheered frantically. The
twelve    minutes and
lookers
lasted
1 sprint    lasted    twelve    minutes
when the riders ste.]i;io.i speeding the
 board  showed  that  Galvin   and
.      1 1      l..���.      ..      1.... J..      ���.-���     nrlltt
icore ^^^^
Keegan had
scramble.
lest.
lost  a  lap    in  the  wild
This team entered a pro-
���������������
Belmont Secures Jockey Dugan.
New   York.   Dee.  S.���Jockey     Eddie
I Dugan.  the  leading    winning  jockey
on  lhe  local   race  tracks  las:   season.
., has been engaged by August Belmont
j to ride bis race horses next year, Du-
I gan will receive a retainer of ?12,	
1 besides the contract witli the Chair-
1 man of tlu- Jockey club. Dugan has
affixed hi- signature i��> papers awarding second call to Samuel Hildreth.
li is understood Hildreth will pay
the young jockey a retainer fee of
$.'.111111. August Belmoni has bought
Retained lh. Pockel Piece and Dissemble-, all daughters of Hanover,
from Henry I.. Zeigler.1 The nines
went to Nursery stud.
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Mahmout Defeats Hardello.
Toledo. O.. Dec. 8.���Yussif Mahmout. the Turk, defeated Leo Hardello In two straight falls of li! minutes and 14 1-- minutes in a wrestling
match  here  tonight.
An International Board.
London,   l >* c.   8.���With   a   view   to
1 ae     I ItltlllT    enC   IUI a .a'Ulelli     alld     |"'o-
motion of the art of self-defense, the
newspaper, Sporting Uf". with the
Earl nf i.i'ie. lale.- a] pro\al ami the
pro tiise of his assistance, lea i��
a movement for au International
board on which Cieai Britain ami 1 ae
United siuies will each have two 1 1'
an. es ami Australasia and
i'i auce each one.
objects of ih.- board ar.-: Fii si.
:.i 1. ami   rules to go\ ei a international
. lonships; bi cond, to fix wei
for such championships; third, to decide who is entitled to claim chani
pionsbips; fourth, to supply belts and
im;.hies to recognized champions. 1'
Is sua', e ie i that Lord Lonsdale be
. li cted first president of the association.
It Pays
You
TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS. WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TESTING.
then read Koine ox-
advertisemeut that
local pa-
had done
city,
said   Mr.
(Mlllpli-
and spoke for upwards of an hour on
the different issues of the campaign.
In spile of Mayor Keary's assertion
that he had bought no propertj at a
tax sale, the speaker Insisted thai be
had done so. Whether he bought ll
for the cily or not, Mr. Lee was not
prepared to say. Inn he had been
present a sales, when Mr. Keary had
bid agains liini and had secured tne
property.
'i'he speaker
tracts   from   an
had appeared in one of the
pers stating tliat Mr. Keary
a lot in the interests of tm
"1    did  nol   write    that,"
Keary.
Mr. Lee���Do you take it as your
platform?
Mr.   Keary���1   lake  11   as
meat.
"If .Mr. Keary should die tomorrow
and I should dl - tomorrow, there
would still be enough brains in the
city of New Westminster to carry on
the business of ihe city." (Voice from
rear���You  be:   your  life! )
li he wei- elected li i would have
all the departments of the city put
under heads who would be capabli Ol
looking aftei ihem. and lie would
leaw ihe ci.niluci of those departments io them. He also suggested
some changes in the preseni commit-
ti e system in vogue. Street Improvements should be distributed to
all   sections  of  the  cily  alike.
The speaker Indulged in a long
speech on the water question, reiterating what be had said in Sapperton,
and claiming lhat if elected he would
ai once proceed to gei a compote,H
engineer's opinion ea ihe whole matter. He had nm much criticism to
make on ihe conduci ol Mayor Keary
h: ilia water question, bul he thoug
ii rather strange thai a ui"iui" i ol
ih" advisory boai.i had known nothing ahum a colleague or his who was
at Ottawa ia "a- Interests <>i 'he
B.C.E.R.
Mr. Keary he.e Interposed a remark to Hi" effeel mat he had uot.
known thnt Un B.C.E.R. were making any move in Ottawa which would
result in harming any interest o( the
city.
The speaker accepted this statemenl but went on to saj thai il was
not possible thai a man could be con-
necled with Ihe sil eet railway Companj and occupy the position of
mayor wii houi being Influenced in his
efforts in one direction by his connections in another. He referred
again io lhe condition of lhe streets
in certain parts of the city, dwelling
particularly in the way the Btreel railway l tacks were iu some cases above
ihe Btreel level, and claiming thai if
lie   Were   elected    he   would   Se'e   that
all corporations connected    with the
cily were kept under control.
At the close of the meeting a vote
of I hanks, moved by J. A. Dee and
seconded by W. ll. Keary, was ten-
dered to the chairman, J. W, Creighton, who had very capably conducted
Ihe proceedings. Only once was he
called upon to exercise his authority
and that was when J. A. Lee had
characterized some statement of Mr.
Keary's as false. The chairman
ruled that such language was unparliamentary ami Mr. Lee gracefully
apologized to the chair and to the
mayor, contending himself with remarking lhat the statement iu ip.es-
tion could not be proved. The mayor
replied that proofs of the truth of his
statemenl were available ami would
h" produced at the proper time.
BOY AGED  TWO  YEARS
GETS   BRIDE   OF   SEVEN
New York, Dec. 8.���Theodore Los-
lie is today certainly the youngest
married man In the country. Theodore is two and lie has brought back
from Portuguese Congoland, where
he was horn, a dusky bride of seven,
ihe daughter of a Congo chief.
Theodore's parents. Dr. and Mrs.
Win. II. Leslie, who have just relumed on a vacation from a missionary post, explained today thai when
he was born the chief of the Bayakas,
who had 40 wives - ; his own. sent
a spare granddaughter for a wife as
a token of regal d.
Theodore was badly in need of a
nurse, ihe present was accepted and
ihe Royal African proprietress satislied at the same lime. The wife accompanied her husband. li was only
humanity to bring her. for she explained to her mother-in-law that
she would surely be killed if left behind.
>. I OTWKOTBfcBWmiC��_WM*.^^
SURREY   MUNICIPALITY   NOTICE.
A public meeting will be held in
the Town Hall. Surrey Centre on
Tuesday, December 21, at 2 oclocK
p. m. to discuss municipal matters.
Bv order of the Council.
"    E.   M.   CARNCROSS,  C.M.C.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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Notice to Stock Owners
Hundreds of valuable horses and other live stock meet death
in this city and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and
other causes, and in consequence many thousands of dollars are lost
to the  owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by live stock insurance, which pays
for the  death of an  animal  from  any cause  whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one Issuing
a policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full
particulars whether  you   Insure  or not.
ALPRED   W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
I
For scows, tow
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
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Wo minte a few prices to show the values we are giving youun grocer-
We Q You will save money by buying here.     We deliver to all parts of
the city.
ies.
SELECTED EGGS
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2 pounds for   ��� ���25c
CHOICE PRUNES-
4 pounds for ...
.25c
Try Fader s Special Tea, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
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ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   DECEMBE
R  9,
ANTIQlfAKM.N HAUL
FROM INDIAN
EMPEKOH IS BERLIN'S
Captain   Was   Incompetent.
"  atreal,  Dec.   7.���"The   evident
tends to show tliat tlie captain does
OirUTCT I 1 ITIll flDH nderetand  the   working of th-
niontOI   LAllULUfiU and that the onlv way   h
' assured himself that Lis compass was
Interesting  Collection  of  Pottery and   Owns Real Estate in the German Cap
Utensils Found in Tomb of ital   to  the   Extent   of  About
Giants.
J6.000.0CO.
��� was when In sight of ranges
. moreover,  he  was  even  Ignorant  <:
the : ��� a     : the makers of his c i
pass, although he had been master ol
tii,- a  for thre.- years.    Thi
leadline was not  reacted to, and ui
ii. . a nol .->' m to have taken the mos'
autions to avoid dangi
Berlin. Dec. 8.-       s not generally   Both   bi*  ''"*��  J��f  and  official  lea
were  written in pencil;   the spellir.-
known that the Kaiser is the wealth-  ffas exe, .     .   ,lDd ou Ih(. iUu, 0l th(
lest house proprietoi  In the German .. erasures ,lC���, been made and
capital.     The value   oi    the houses observations and remarks added. Wi
and ground belong iu Ber-  ,,...,i,:,.]  ���  ,_��� ,,;s Wa, of keeping log
was both iarcii.il and Vealueless,"
DEVOTION TO
CRIMINAL BROTHERS
a   of   Mrs.    Mott.   Sister   of   the
\  -..nous Bidwells, Who Swindled
Bank   of   England.
SUES PRINCESS
FOR HIS RING
Kenora, Ont., Dec. 8.���An  interest-
rid of pottery and old Bint uten-
Bils bas been made at a poinl a hun-
e. . .   yards  below  Whlteflsh   llaplds,
on the Lake of the Woods, bj   .--.--
ley McLeod, ol  Keewatln.     The rei-  iin is at)0Ut six muuon dollars.
les were discovered in a  big  mound      Thls amount does not  include the      ��.���
about six.,   feel long   by thirty feet   value of the royal reBidences and pal-LScSieSt iiSde tr Cantlln D   A
about three feet high, which,ace.      More than 34 laree dweUines i? ��� '   uapta>n i��.   &
opened by McLeod, thl interior  SJTA   SLTtS    ---;'- t�� aases, ��� m   he n;
��        ���     '/iT/Zu^liT/li  Ur/&' bomTr'A a��   %��7,  U,a.  ' -        Th^ofnlngof
earthenware  vessels an.l  .samples of  of an agem and lie in 1-i;. turn l0 a,J
old  pottery.      Several   specimens  of   flrm of lasers who keep the name
the  pottery and  flint work  found in   0f their roval client secret.
the    mound      were    collected      and      It viiaill'n be said  that the Kaiser
is a lenient landlord, for all the transactions are strictly adhered to. and
tenants who do not pay their rents
are evicted like those of an ordinary
landlord.
Vote   for     Keary  the   Royal     City's
long  tried   and   faithful   servant.
brought back by the finder. Some o.
the relies show exceedingly high-class
workmanship, the samples of potter)
being especially fine.
Dr. Baker, of Keewatln, made a
visit to the newly opened up mound
and brought back with liini amongst
a promiscuous array of other relics,
a quantity of bones, which, Judging
by tlnir size, must haw belonged to
a race of giants. A pipe made out
of pipe clay way also discovered hy
him, as well as a number of highly-
fashioned   Hint   instruments.
FANATIC   BURIED   WITH
ANGEL'S   WINGS   ON.
Fur Traders Finde.
Toronto, Dec. 8.���For neglecting to
pack and label a quantity oi otter
I urs as required under the Ontario
statute, Mathew Freres, fu. dealers o'
Ville Marie, Que., were this morning
by Deputy Magistrate Ellis fined |100
and costs. The defendants have a
trading post at Fort Abbitibbi, in
.Northern Quebec. The furs were
shipped into Cobalt, and thence to
Toronto.
POISON POURED IN
MOUTH OE CORPSE
. m, Midi.. Doc  1 ���A life of
.  devotion that bas few equals
,   ae a close by the death
.   of   Mrs.   Harrlel   C.   Mott,
,   ��� ,toi Ious  Bldwel]  bro-
��� | a ade themselves the um^
ers of the nineteenth cen-
$1,1  10,    swindle   of
: is ol England.
-    Austin   and    George  C,   Bid-
ommltted their famous swindle
[rs. Mott vigorously entered
to win their liberty .and
:   ���-   causi    into   the White
ad before the nobility of Eng-
nd.     She refused to look upon her
as greal criminals ami con-
len I that   their    sentences to life
���a      :���   v. civ     miscarriages  of
Shi   finally  won  her  fight.
Owner   Wants   Louise   of   Belgium   to
Come   Up  With  the  Sum
of $100.
To the man who has done more
i than any one else for our city; the
j mayor.
Bartender  Charged   With  Giving   Him
Carbolic  Acid  After  a  Murderous Assault.
Cleveland, O.. Dec. 8.���Edward
Brauns, a bartender, is undei- arrest
today on the charge oi assault to kill.
Parkersburg, W. Va., Dec. 8.���When Toronto. They reached here about following a police investigation of an
William ii. Ledsome was buried he a mouth ago. and since then the At- assault last night on Author Dunn,
was ready for the looting oi Gabriel's torney-General's department has been official of the Marine Firemen's
horn, being equipped with wings and engaged in Investigating the cases, union. Dunn was found behind a
an angel robe. In this attire he was As the Ontario act prohibits the trap- saloon with skull fractured and one
buried. ping  or  shooting   of    otter  the   furs   eye partially gouged out.     His mouth
Ledsome was an old soldier and a were seized. The defendants proved, and throat were burned with carbolic
religious fanatic, and for many years however, that the skins had been acid. That none of the acid was
be lived a hermit life In the forest, shipped Into Ontario from Quebec,, found In Dunn's stomach is taken by
When he was near death he directed but admitted they had neglected toi the police as evidence that the poison
thai  be be    wrapped   in a shroud to   properly pack and label them, accord-   was poured in his mouth after a mur-
E.
J.
C.
T.
G.
wliich were to be sewn two big wing-
At the grave, after the funeral ser
Vices, it was discovered that one of
the wings were missing, and his son-
in-law delayed the interment until
the)  were replaced.
ing to the law of the province.
di rous   assault,   to   create   the   lull' i
that he had attempted suicide.
Windsor Hotel.
Witt, Weyburn.
C. Cornish, White Rock.
E. Armstrong, Langley,
J. Qulnton, Blaine.
Eagle, Pittsburg.
Henry Dodge, Tynehead.
Geo. W. Radford, Hall's Prairie.
W. A. Da'. Is, Vancouver.
F. B. Porter, Buffalo.
A. Patterson. Steveston,
Ii. Johnston, Seattle.
J.  I; irbour, Vancouver.
P. G. r-''. wa -t, Vancouver.
M. II. Goering, Coqultlam.
A. J. McCrlmmon, Langley.
A. McCrlmmon, Langley.
MAY  GO  TO   PENITENTIARY
TO  SAVE  WOMAN'S  NAME
Elevated for Montreal. Cincinnati. O., Dec. 8.���With the ln-
Montreal, Dec. g.���Three expert|dictment lure of Mrs. Jeanette
consulting engineers fmm New York Stewart-Ford, the stately woman
city lune been paying a qulel proles-   mysteriously referred to "as the wo-j Laurier and his colleagues on Friday
Ask   Aid  for   Winnipeg   Fair.
Ottawa. Dec. 8.���A Winnipeg delegation which is here to again renew
the requesi made to the government
some months ago to make a grant of
$2,500,000 for the Selkirk centennial
.. will wait upon Sir Wilfrid
in   the   Warrlner  case."  ii  was
pasl week, as the guests of the Mont- hinted that the details oi the $643,000
rei         eel    Railway.     Although  no defalcation by    Charles J,. Warrlner,
an                      l  tement    as  to  their formerly  treasure)   of   the   Big  Four
bus.: ���           ���     is    forthcoming  from railway, and its squandering ou cer-
Mr-   ,:"--                 It is believed   that tain   women   supposedly  high  in   the
'���' ������'                          erth   ground with ,.<,,., s socja] ute, mav never be known.
'    : Pressure has been brought on  War-
��� - ��� -'��� ���      an un- riner t0 piK,d guilty in order to avoid
��� revelations    that    would    result     in
"
Av-__si n  Made '���' ��� ��� ��� ke.
��� ���
i esult
mazing scandal.
The  pressure  has  been  so  strong
t   is    reported     Warriner  has
morning.      In the meantime the dele-;
gaiion will see the ministers and the
wi-lern   members   Individually,   soli-1
citing theii   support of the project.
Actress Marries Prince.
London, Dec. 8.���Another stage romance was revealed In the wedding
in London today of E. Dolly Parnell,
a pretty young mus'cal-comedy actress, ancl Prince N&sir All Khan, a
son of one of India's mosl powerful
rulers.      The  Prince  .gave  his  bride
Russell Hotel.
R. J.  McRae. Fraser Mills.
C. E. Fowler, Seattle.
W.  H.  Morrison. Vancouver.
Chris.   Rowhotham,   Vancouver.
D. King. Vancouver.
T.  W.  Cray.  Piti   River.
T.  W. Kerr, Vancouver.
R. H. Coupe. Vancouver.
c ii. Brydone-Jack, Vancouver.
G. B. Campbell. Vancouver.
.7. K. Cowan. Vancouver.
A. Cosens, Vancouver.
T. Sanderson, Vancouver.
J.  T. McKinnon, Vancouver.
P. B. Hallitr, Vancouver.
D. A. Hyslop, Vancouver.
Geo.  M.  Endacott, Vancouver.
Thos.   Brooks.  Vancouver.
Jno. D. Kearns. Vancouver.
Budapest, Hungary, Dec. 8.���Suit
has been entered ln court here to
compel Princess Louise of B- Igiuin
to pay the sum of $-100 for a diamond
ring.
She was dining in Vienna at Hotel
Backer two years ago with her lover,
Lieut. Geza Mattacich, and several
oilier Austrian officers. Her eye for
line jewels perceived thai a gentle
man at a neighboring table wore a
splendid diamond ring, which she jm-
mediately fell that she must have. So
she sent for her secretary and directed him to tell the gentleman Who
she was, that she admired the ring
and would like to buy it if be could
part   with   it.
The gentleman said be could nol
refuse a royal princess, and after the
lady had handled the ring and examined it with care It was agreed that
she should pay two thousand crowns
($400) for it. The gentleman was to
call for the money at her rooms the
next day.
Princess Louise had Mattacich pul
the ring on his finger, as it would
have to be altered before she could
wear it.
The owner of the ring called three
times at the princess' apartment without getting his money.
Then   she   went   to   Paris,   leaving
i word   that   she   would  send  the  four
hundred dollars as soon as she got
back.
After a week the gentleman fol-
! lowed her to Paris and threatened to
'. sue unless the ring was returned or
the money paid. All be gol was a
promissory note payable six months
from date, hearing the signature of
the princess.
In the time thai has passed no paymeni has been made.
As the princess is staying in Buda-
pi bI just now the owner of the ring
got liis bill presented, and unless she
pays some of hei property will be
se i.a d.
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New Westminstei d -.
New Westminster d
v\ nereas proof ol i
H'-ate of title No   57]
���'ame of    Margarel
I'as been (11,1 ���, thl ^nson,
Notice is henl,.
at the expiration   .        .        8t>all,
the date of the fl, "> >
of, In a dally ;...    , ';i here.
the   City   o,\aa
a   duplicate   of    th, '��
unless iu  the , '   ll^te,
Uot.   I,'   mad,   a, ��bjeC.
���'��� "; Ki.l y\
District Ri .'   ���.:
Land   Registrj   Ol .'"/'
minster, B. C��� Dec i, i��Qg*
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GMMDIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS.Saili
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Dail ',, , ,
To Alaska-Nove, 1,,,1"L
To   Queen  Charloi ,[J^'
ember IK. 'Ntn'
To Nanaimo, Qnii | 0| ox-Tno.
day and Thursdaj . 2 ,, ,���. i..n
day, 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally   ���    ,,,���
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Upper Praser   rivi    ��� , Chiiliwack
I      way    points- B(. ;,.
leaves     Westmin,te.
������'    s   ;i ::i    nu
Norfolk, Va.. Dec. 8.���The Norfolk
& Southern railwa.'. property was yes-
K rday bid    in    by the    organization
committee for $8,500,  The property was knocked down to Rathbone
i laid ner of New York in the name <>f
the   committee.
: to plead guilty to a charge ofrjewels worth $100,000
Treaty With Canada.
Rome.    Dec.      R.���Deputy      Rubin!
asked   the    foreign    minister  to  say
- '���  ��� ad  larceny, the maximum penalty
-' partment  fi     which is seven years in the peni-1    Vancouver. Dec. 8.���Magistrate Wi
Genei      tentlary.                                                    ! Hams  this  morning    adjourned  until what progress was made In tho com-
���  .  il"-      Mis. Stewart-Ford bo far is the only j tomorrow a serious charge of Immor- merclal treat;.- negotiations with Can-
���         was en- womai            ly Involved in the Bcan-jallty   against    Emil    Berg and Mis. ada.
-    ��� il.    Her ; - did not occasion   Berg,  formerly of    Minneapolis.      It  ��� ���
sted                                                             Shi     Btoutly  main-  was charged that Mrs. Berg was bad- Vote for Keary and you vote for the
-b.   tains.  .    -������������        that    It   w.lS  unwar- j ing an  Immoral  life  with  the  know- man  who    found   New     Westminster
ledge Of Berg. "brick  and   left   it  marble."
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE  .V:  EDMONDS, BARRIH
t,-rs    and    solicitors.   Westminster
Trust Block,  Columbia  street,   New
Westminster.    W. J.   Whiteside,  H
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(P. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler. W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, barristers, etc., 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster
(Phone lia. Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building. 413 Granville Btrei i. co ner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block. Columhia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
Monday, Wednesd ,,": ."
turning,  leaves Chilliv..��� ,  a, '; ',
on Tuesday, Thursd      ., | Saturday!
For further parti,
dress
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or
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Manufactured by
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Ofl       E :|Mh St.
Model Sign Works
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PAINTING
Old News Block,:        treet
New Westmii..-'or.
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AND SAUSAGE.
AT Till
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PHONE   170.
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We Claim the Distinction
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and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
buyers:
SMOKING JACKETS
BATH  ROBES
FANCY ARM BANDS
COAT  SWEATERS
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SUSPENDERS
CRAVATS
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HANDKERCHIEFS
VESTS
MUFFLERS
IWrJf\
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A large and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
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618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR    MEN
STERLING  GOODS
See Our Stock of
TOILET SETS, MANICURE SETS, CARD CASES, CIGARETTE
CASES, CIGAR CASES, MATCH BOXES, BRUSHES, WHISKS, SHAVING SETS,  ETC.
THESE  GOODS ARE ALL SU ITABLE FOR XMAS PRESENTS.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
80LE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
Gentlemen9s Furnishings
_ Some men have a little trouble in getting underwear of just the right weight
and proper texture to suit their individual requirements and in shirts, sox,
gloves and many other little things
which go towards your comfort and appearance the same degree of dissatisfaction k met with. You would do well
to examine our stock if you are particular in regard to any of these things. We exercise great care in buying and study the tastes of these men who are critical in matters regarding dress.   Coupled with our diligence in getting
Proper Men's Furnishings
we acquire them in such markets and quantities as will benefit our
patrons to the fullest extent in good values for their money.
We never sacrifice quality for price though we frequently sacrifice price for quality.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes ���
1URSDAY,   DECEMBER   9,   1909
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
ot  Thc
" Never swap horses when crossing a stream " is an excellent proverb, anu there is
none more justifiable at the present juncture in the civic administration of the Royal
City. Years of labor have culminated in the cementing of Columbia Street��� "Let
Keary finish his work.' Years of labor have culminated in the establishment of an
incinerator plant.���"Let Keary finish his work." Years of labor have culminated in
the building of a new police station.���"Let Keary finish his work*" Years of labor
have culminated in a new pipe line to Coquitlam Lake.���"Let Keary finish his work"
Let the present mayoi' of New Westminster see carried out to completion the many
improvements the council and he have planned and so arduously worked for.
��� _ ~~\
et   Hi
His   Work!
the greatesl Importance to
. ��� as nf New Westminster th il
Bhould be done which win In
way  Imperil   the  consummation
long-considered find carefully-
I i ffoi ts of Mayor Kearj   and
irs  on  the council.    Tl e
a of our local admlnlstral
.   will  ahead  anei   rec
���   long the  Royal  City
��� to the heritage thai is n itur-
properly hers, have a i
plans    and     directed    thi li
b i" prepare for th
ime day.
revenue   anei   expenditure   i I
lias boon adjusted In such a
.   as  to give  strength  to  her
I    condition;    such   local im-
s us were from time totinie
! necessary, and were within
the ordinary means of the municipal
exchequi i  have been carried out; all
I' ���   Ible    encouraj i mi q(    has    been
given to jeii.posed new Industries and
building   developmi nl ���   in   the.,   resl-
>!   . list] lets bei ii    fia 11-
���      ir line exi that v
New Westminster I   tter i     i ;
eei communication   \\Ith   its   subuibs
Ing distri' t- bave bi
. Ity mai a< I has b< en en    i
don and Impro       ..   of
markel   h< ise and  ll i al i ndant
Qiodation; oci an   ���
in n's bave been prepared for bj  '
erection of a spacious whan', ana tii'
city's waterfronl has been consei
and its    utility   and    value born.' In
mind.
These things have been anions the
leading features of the municipal policy carried out during the progressive
mayoralty of Mayor Keary. The
crowning triumph of that policy is
being accomplished by the Important
scheme  of  improvements  now being
t.    Tha compli tlon ol thi e -
will place the city at the gateway of
the   brilliant   and   prosperous   future
���  lies before ber.
lt will be but a fair and generous
recoegnition   of   Mayor   Keary's   long-
Ined efforts for the city's good to
itate   him   in   the   high   position
which  he  has  so long  and  worthily
b for one more term, and let bim
finish   the   work.     Eight   years  ago,
when the city was in  rough waters,
he took the helm and by his dauntless courage and steady handling has
brought her Into the smooth waters
of prosperity, within sight of the i'e11
prize that lies In the offlng. No man,
however excellent his Intentions may
he, can at this juncture tnke command and carry the city through so
ably and so certainly as can Mayor
Keary.
We have heard it said agi  ���
latter thai he has been too lo
offlce and thai there Is n I of a
change. But none can b iy that
through all the years of hi magistracy .Mayor Keary has been otherwise than a just and careful steward.
or that he has done anything to merit
a lessening of the confidence that has
always been reposed in him. His
long experience, his familiarity with
every detail of the city's affairs and
the desires and projects of the citi
zens, and particularly his close con-
nectlon with and hi1- great interest
in the improvement scheme bred out
of liis own enlightened policy, are
surely circumstances that should
merit the careful consideration of
every ratepayer and engender a rec-
ognltlon of his worthiness and value
at the helm for the coming year. To
ery out for a change for mere
e's Bake seems childish, thoughtless and unwise. Just at this moment it ls not change that we need,
but rather a protraction of the policy
that has brought New Westminster
to her present stable and prosperous
position. Therefore it will be in the
best interests of the city to let Mayor
Keary finish his work.
Be  at  the
Opera   House Tonight
and
HEA
Mayor Keary
Then Vote for Him on Monday December 13
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Choosing isat
THURSDAY,   DECEMBER
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
So come and choose
from our limited
line of crockery
and glassware. Remember, Christmas prices encourage Christmas giving and this is going to be a ''cleanup" sale of crockery. It is policy to
make your selection early.
We have also an
extra fine line of
Christmas groceries of every description and it is the
variety that makes
our stock popular.
You can count it
good if Adams sells
*.
it.
Also dont forget;
that this is the Bigj
Store   filled  with
Little Prices.
See our stock of Cake Tins.
Meat Choppers, Cake Boxes,
Bread Boxes, Floui- Cans. In
fact many other useful articles
in the culinary line.
City News
Anderson & Lusby ���
For flrst-class cut [lowers and any
kin ! of Floral -.. rk, r les bone Davies'
Greenhouse, R20S.
Don't be In a hurry to order your
j as P. Burns & fee. have a tull
gupplj coming in from the^east.
Vote for Keary and New Westminster.
Order your bulbs for Spria<? flowers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone  B208. 251-ti
Snow  Bcrapers are being attached
to all tin- city cms of the B. C. E.R.
in anticipation of considerable snowfall this winter. Tin' Bcrapers run
nlong tin' track and keep the rails
clear of snow or other accumulated
material.
fi'
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>.y
The Royal Cafe aims
the best.
at giving only
COLUMBIA STREET.
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���
Piano  and
Martin, .Mus.
organ  tuning.      \v.  E.
Baa, 'phone L615, city.
Carnations  galore  at   Tidy's  florist
������������������������������������������������������������������������������'store. 737  Columbia    street.     Plum.
NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants   or  adults.
T. A.
& CO.
Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
L184, ���*
Vote for Keary and you vote for
the man who has helped to make the
exhibition, New Westminster's greatest asset.
The Fruhling is still under repair
at the fiiiveriimeiit wharf, and will
probably be unable to resume work
on the deepening of the river channel
for several days yet The tempered
nickel steel lining of th pumps has
been cut through by the action of the
sand and will take some time to repair.
Vote for Keary and safeguard our
city.
I
Your box  in  a safety deposit  vault
is a private affair. No one has access
to  it  but  yourself.      And  besides,  it j
is   safe and   that   is   a factor worth (
something to   you.     Then    it    costs 11
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum.    Let ,,
us tell you about it.   Dominion Trust
Co.,   Ltd..    T.   K.    Pearson,   manager.
New Westminster branch. 228-4
We have several houses to roni at
$12, $14 and $16 per month. White.
Shiles &  Co., city.
��� THE
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
WESTMINSTER MODEIIN
nus mm.
A Practical School for
Practical People.
No other school in Canada���we
make no exceptions���gives its students such a broad and comprehensive business education, such abundant preparation for the serious duties of life. Is the best too good for
you?
Day and Nighl School. Call or
write for particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING  AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon  _Vote   for  Keary   ������on   c-a,aa
street s completion.
Tlie  steamer   Transfer  will hereafter   leav,.   the   Brackman-Ker    wharf
for Ladner, Westham Islan l and way
points, at i' o'clock in the afterno i
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning |
on  the following morning.      On Saturday she will make an extra return (
trip arriving in  the city in the even
ing.      Trips wil]  be made to Steves-
ton  as  tlie business  warrants. **
Wanted���Girl to assist in general
housework; could go to schoo] at
Ban ��� time. Apply Mrs. A. B. Kel-
Iington, oul Queen's avenue, city.
Phone  5S6
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���rt.ee 'Phone  18t>.      Barn 'Phone 13;
Columbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered    promptly
any part of the city
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall  be  pleased to
meet or coi reBpoi I  witl   thos
contemplate making changes or open-
Ing - ints.
If you havi n'i a Savings Account,
NOW Is the besl ti. ie to start one.
Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
[New Westminster for a renewal of p-ridav"
license to sell liquors by retail on ' '""
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
cornei- Clarkson, in the said City of
New Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 15. 1909.
J. II. Todd's music store will be
open every evening until y o'clock
from now on until Christmas.
Tlie Royal Cafe is "all right." 'ihis
is New Westminster's verdict. We
appreciate it.
Beyond the telegram of a week
ago stating that the city's claims In
the Coquitlam dam question had been
handed in in writing, no word has
been received from Aldermen Adams
and Gray.
Chrysanthemums Tor Sunday at
Tidy's florist store, Columbia streei.
Phone L184.
"Satan, His Origin and History,
will be the interesting subject of the
lecture by J. J. Rouse in Gospel hall,
corner of Sixth avenue and Ninth
street, Thursday and Friday nightsof
this week at S p.  m.
Dr.  J.  D.  Gamble,    optician,  is  at
G.!5 Columbia street,  Room  lil, every
The report    has  just    reached the
city that the house of Alex, Lamb si '
Mud  Bay was destroyed  by  Are lasl
Friday  night.      Mr.    Lamb,    who is
connected    witli    the    Brackman-Ki r i
Co., is now at  Mud  Hay.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
Ihe Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1*691
Paid up Capital  Stock.   . . .$ 4.914.0OO
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total   Assets    $61,046,000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F.  SHUTE.  Manager.
By tonight train cmomunication
will, ii is expected, again be establish! d between this citj and Seattle
on the Great Northern Bystem. It
may. however, be delayed until tomorrow morning according to the
are j weather and other conditions. Com
munlcation has been re-established
Blnce the storm of lasi week between
I
ery! - !y will be waited :pon
2 shopping is cj lest
���   - v.
JOP early ��n the morning,
before thethrongsarelrc&tcst
Us*%, *_���
K     ._...
The condition of the old  bridge is
not  considered     safe    for    vehicular
traffic,   and   the   public   generally
; caution d   against     hauling   loads   ot
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after  Vancouver"and Ferndale""a^mail sto
must takp all the risks on
this notice
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,   New Westminster,  July
23rd. 1909.
tion north of Bellingham, and trains
have been operating between these
[mints. On the south of Ferndale
the track was practically washed
away, necessitating a vast amount of
work to repair.
English Watchmaker  IATTENTION!!!
Gold Watc'aea for Ladivs from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
|7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
aSV'atches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*  hom   G*o. Adam*, Croctr
We have the following properties to offer. These
are choice buys and under the market.
Two 66x145 ft. lots on Twelfth Street below Fifth
Avenue $750.00 each.   Terms.
Six lots on Seventh Avenue near Twelfth Street
carhne $375.00 each.   Terms.
One lot near Eighth Street, (cleared) $800.00.
Terms.   Apply���
F.J.HART&CO.,Ltd
resents a
Gifts
You wish to give your family and friends presents
that will please them. It is growing- near Christmas.
Unless the very thing you wish will be gone dont
you think you had better buy your presents now.
Besides, you know our salespeople are not too rushed as they will be a few days before Christmas.
Glove Gifts
BOXED   IF   YOU   WISH
Complete stocks are now ready. "Reynier Gloves"
are appreciated because of their excellent fit and wear-
in   qualities.     Every   pair   is guaranteed   ���	
WOMEN'S GAUNTLET
AND CAPE GLOVES, dogskin    and    mocha,    fringed
lacks.
WOMEN'S PINE FRENCH
KID GLOVES, in tan, black.
mauve,       oxblood,      navy,
green, white, per pair. .
 $1.50, $1.75
WOMEN'S REAL FRENCH
KID, Bofl pliable quality, in
black and colors, pair..$1.25
WOMEN'S REINDl
SKIN, wool-lined, with I
wrist,   strap-dome   fa ti
Pair    $2.00
WOMEN'S GOAT SKIN
GLOVES, (ir at wri ��� wool-
lined.    Pair    $2.00
WOMENS'     tan    >
GLOVES, om ele
���heavy  quality.    P :: .$1.50
&m?_*
Ready With Thousands of Christmas Handkerchiefs
All Prices 5c up to $2.00
Handkerchiefs in holiday
quantities today, for we
have thousands to meet the
demand of Xmas buyers���
the largest and best stock
we ever had.
PLAIN WHITE LAWN
AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, hemstitched borders, wide and narrow hem.
Special value al 10c, 12 1-2c,
15c, 20c. 25c, 50c.
FANCY CROSSBAR MfS-
l.IN HANDKERCHIEF, In
a wide range of pretty effects, hemstitched borders.
Each    25c, 35c
FINE  LAWN  AND  MUSLIN        HANDKERCHIEFS,
witli fancy scalloped and
embroidered edges. Each
    20c,  25c,  35c
PURE      IRISH      LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS,   l.
quisltely     embriodi red    'f-
fects.   many   styles
 65c, 75c, 85c. $1.00
FANCY        HANI'.
CHIEFS.' pure linen <
trimmed  with   real   laci   ' :
embroidery,        Sum'
dainty    tilings    are-   -
Each $1.50 to $2.00
63n^��       Neckwear for Christmas Gifts
��Mi^99^The Real Swe11 Things are Her��
V       ^1?      in a Thousand Different Styles
Pleasing ideas in Muslin Jabots, Hand-Made Chiffon and Lace Collars, Muslin and Linen Embroidered Collars, Silk Mufflers, Fancy Scarfs,
Automobile Scarfs and Scarfs for evening wear. The largest collection
we've ever had and the best values to pick from. Come now and you'll
have   the   choicest.     Prices   range   from 20c to $3.00
Christmas Knit Goods
Shawl?, Scarfs, Golf Jackets, Sweaters, etc.   The new
goods just arrived in a grand showing with purchase tempting prices.
LADIES' GOLFERS, 38 inches long, in white, navy, grey and brown, four buttons; fancy stitched
edge and  turnback  cuffs    $7.75 to $9."^
GOLFERS, In white, grey, navy and cardinal, also in plain clors. trimmed with contrasting
shades,   two  pockets    $3-50
GOLFERS, in grey, navy, cardinal, also In grey and cardinal, navy   and   cardinal,   with    turnover
collars and to button down, collar  front.     Special $2-50
MISSES' GOLFERS,   in navy, also cardinal;  pretty fancy stitch,  with  two pockets $2.25
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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