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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
VOLUME -I. NUMBER 297.
BURNABYNOW HAS
BOARD OF TRADE
L8S=f:
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTER, 15. C, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
New Organisation Launched
on its Career at Meeting
ilold Last Evening.
Tbe Burnaby Hoard of Trade is the
lutest addition  to the Institutions oi
that nature In British Columbia.
Launched Last Night.
The new board was launched on Its
career at a meeting held in tne Bur-
lunlcipal    hall    labt    evening.
Chi  aaa nun was one of the most en-
. tatic ever hold lu the municipal-
Hy i   ,i the spirit of optimism shown
e taking part In ii augurs well
for ibi success oi the now body. Ovei
.   residents of the disti Icl   wei e
ni, and although Burnaby is one
ui  the  largesl   municipalities  in  the
provim i   i very portion of it was represented by several of its uiosi llillu-
residents.
yesterday's    meeting    was devoted
[or thi     most    part    to preliminar)
Reeve Byrne of Burnaby was
voted i" the chair at the commencement ol the evening, and after a resolution to the effect that  the board
. anlzed had been put and passed
wlth   enthusiasm    the    meeting got
down to a consideration oi the ways
and means'to be adopted for the es-
.   a.a'nt of    the new    body on a
It v... ultimately decided to divide
the u i ilclpality into six districts,
and i ppoint three committees to
lank ihe   work  of  organization
. [trict.     Before the meeting
closed  ill those present signed their
i the documi in  forming the
: me twenty-flve signatures in
all being secured.      The  signatories
will i    .  the charier members of the
An attempl will be made to
a number more charter mem-
b : fore the board is actually
i el. Thomas W. Coldlcutt, who
ai ti i secretary at the meeting,
aa'iinted secretary of commit-
tees and to bim all those wishing to
' omi charter members should apply.
���. Another  Meeting Soon.
Tin   work  of  organization  will  be
I   .ai for   two weeks   and on
V.   Ini alay,     January     a   a     second
ts - lng will tie held tor the purpose
..illy forming the new board of
:
Sei -,i Wade of the -New Westminster board of trade was present at
yi iterd i vening's meeting and ga\ e
ea on the aims nnd winking
ol bo -. such as the Burnaby resident, pi opOSed tO establish.
IL AGENT
VISITS ROYAL [IT!
Agent of Aemillus  Jarvis of Toronto
Looks  Into the Conditions of
New Westminster.
That New Westminster ie. attracting the attention ol the financiers
and bond hou - of Eastern Canada
is shown by the vlsli hi re yesterday
oi Morgan Jelletj repn seining the
bunking lieai-1 (e) \i,i, [iug ,jai 11 an;
Company, ol Toronto.
Mr. Jeilet called on  Mayor  Kearj
yesterday and with him    looked bv(il
the financial situation of the city and
bad  some'    conversation    about  the
bunds.     The  bouse of Stirnson and
Companj   have al  preseni  an option
ein all the bonds that the city has to
dispose of now bul the fact that other
houses are looking into the matter is
regarded  by  those who  know, as a
sign ol    healthy  financial    condition.
In the afternoon    the visitor    was
shown around the city by the mayor
and  Alderman    E.  J.    fader.      The
party   walked   along     the   waterfront
and Mr. Jeilet was greatly Impressed
by the extent and utlliiy ot the harbor.      After having  a thorough look
around the financier expressed greal
faith in the prospects of this ciiy. He
thought   that,   with    careful   management   that,   with  a  great   future  bi
lore her.     The waterfront, he regarded ns one of the best assets that he
had  ever  seen  in  the  possession  Of
any city.
This  is  Chi isi mas  and  everybody
turkey;   anyone In this district
i ot able to buy one, call   on
the manager of P. Burns and company
and he will see that they get one.
Sewerage System for Nanaimo.
Xanaimo, Dec. 22 ��� The city council at its regular meeting held Monday nighl passed a bylaw authorizing
the borrowing of $100,000 for the Inauguration of a sewerage system in
this city, The bylaw will be submitted ii. the ratepayers for their approval mi January 13 next.
JAPANESE RECEIVE
HEAVY SENTENCES
Four Men Who Assaulted
White Get Terms of From
30 to 6 Months.
POLICE AUTHQRITIbS
WARN MOWN PRINCE
Heir to the German Throne Has Penchant For Exceeding Speed Limti
in His Auto.
Berlin, Dec. 22.���Formal complaint
was registered with the authorities
I 'daj against the automobile speed-
l: "i Crown Prince Frederick Wil-
which came near having a serious outcome today when the prince's
cai clashed Into another machine. It
1 ml that Frederick was going nt
ii rate ot On miles an hour, which
���speed he managed to reduce materially when he saw that a collision was
unavoidable,
The crown prince was uninjured.
but Lleut-Col. Oppen, who was with
Iim. was thrown from the cur.
Frederick's penchant for scorching
lias caused him many narrwo escapes
before, but his exploit today was such
a palpable infraction of tho speed
laws that the authorities have been
Mked to issue a warning to the young
belr to the throne.
B.C.E.R. WILL SPEND
HALE MILLION HERE
WANTS SUGGESTIONS
EOR PRINCE RUPERT
New Nursery Company.
Several local gentlemen have recently incorporated a new company
to go Into the nursery business in the
���Surrey district. The registered or-
Boe of the company is at the office of
White and Shiles, and they have Becured about 35 acres of desirable land
In Surrey to go into business on an
extensivl scale. Experts have Stated that the soil on the land secured
fs the very best procurable for nursery purposes. The company wn
go into the growing of ornamental
shrubbery, and fruit trees of an
kl"<ls. The local men Interested m
the new enterprise are D. S. Curtis,
J- D. Kennedy, VV. S. Collister, John
Crean, White and Shiles, W. C. Cur-
"s. M. C. Curtis and J. H. Curtis, tne
lust being the manager of the concern.
Plan to Construct Over Two
Hundred Cars in the Local
Shops During Next Year.
The four Japs who have been on
trial here for the past three days on
a charge of assault were al] found
guilty and sentenced by Judge tiowaj
yesierday. Noda, the ringleader, was
given two and one half years In the
pe ilti utlarj. Naklruura, or Sailor,
was given twenty-three months inthe
common gaol, Koroikl twelve months
in the common gaol, and Matsumura
six months in the gaol, his sentence
starting from the date of his arrest
on December 1.
Prisoners  Glum.
When the sentences were explained to the prisoners by the Interpreter
they display rd no emotion, although
one or two of them looked a tritle
glum. Noda's face was absolutely expressionless. After the trial the many
Japs who have attended the hearing
all through the trial showed great
sympathy for the prisoners and the
gaoler let them have a levy minutes'
conversation with their fellow-countrymen.
The crime for which the men were
sentenced took place at the Pitt river
mills on December 1. Noda and another Jap workman were forking at some
ropes at the mill when the foreman
had interfered with them, telling
them that they were not doing it
right. Noda claimed that the foreman
had called him a vile name, and.
when he had retaliated in kind, struck
him. The men w ere separated, but
the real trouble started when Noda
got his gang together and started in
to eliminate the white men. There
was a general free fight, the Japs using wrenches, adzes, chisels, and pieces of iron pipe, A couple of the whites
were badly cut up, but no very serious  injuries  resulted.
In summing up the case the Judge
took a very serious view of the whole
affair, lt was very fortunate und evi-
dent!J a matter of chance that tbe
charge had not been one of murder
instead of assault. In sentencing Noda
Ills Honor remarked that he considered hlm a very bad man, who had lost
control of himself at the time of tbe
light. He hoped that the heavy sentence that he felt impelled to impost'
would be a lesson to boili the prisoner and the others.
Incited the Others.
Nukumaru, the man who received
the next heaviest sentence, was
shown by the evidence to have been
very active in inciting others to fight.
Ko'oiki had nol incited the others
and had only taken part in the fight
after his anger had been arouBed. Matsumura was held to be the least
guilty' of the four prisoners and was
let off with six months.
There were other charges of assault laid against the Japs by other
white men who had been mixed up
in the fray, but the prosecution considered that the ends of Justice had
been served and withdrew the charge.
A. Meyers Gray acted for the defence and W. F. Hansford appeared
for the prosecution.
Charged With Fraud.
William Hubbard McCormlck, who
spent some months in this city about
two months ago and then disappeared.
was brought back to New Westminster again by Chief or Police Mcintosh yesterday evening. McCormlck
arrLved in Vancouver from Prince Rupert yesterday afternoon and was
taken ln charge by the Vancouver police who had been on the lookout for
him. He Is wanted on a charge of
defrauding merchants in this city.
Plans which will involve the expenditure of half a million doi.ais in
ibis city were formulated at a meeting of tin- heads of departments of
tlie B.C.E.R. Company laid in Vancouver yesterday afternoon.
The meeting was held for the purpose of arranging the appropriations
lor the ensuing year and plans iu-
volvlng the expenditure of several
million dollars were made.
$000,000 For Cars.
Tlie plans oi greatest interest to
.New Westminster were those involving the building of new cars. For
this purpose ii was decided to set
apart the sun, of $500,000 practically
the whole of which will be spent in
this city. A large part of this will
go to the exionsion of the DC.E.R.
carshops and tlie remainder will go
into new rolling stock. The additional rolling stock to be constructed this
year so far as was decided upon yesterday will comprise one hundred
ii eight cars, four locomotives ami
over one  hundred  passenger cars.
Two   Milk   Trains.
ll was decided to run two milk
trains daily on the extension to Chiiliwack now under way. The com-
pletion of the line through to Cnilii-
wack will not be awaited, bu, thc
trains will be started as soon as the
various sections are completed.
New Westminster was represented
at yesterday's meeting by local manager D. .1. McQuarrie. and the manager of the carshops. Traffic Manager Purvis of the Chiiliwack line
was also present.
W. Manson, M.P.P., Investigates Civic Administration
of New Westminster.
ROVERS WILL PLACE
000D TEAM IN HUB
Lineup   Against  Celtic  Champions  on
Christmas Day Will Be the
Strongest Yet.
SANTA WAS THERE
TO SUPERVISE fflfe
WILL AWARD TENDERS.
Meeting of Board of IV.anagers of the
Hospital     Called.
A meeting of the board or managers
of the Royal Columbian hospital lias
been called by tne seci (tary to lake
place ou Monday, December 21 at -
p.m. At. this meeting tenders for the
supplies for the coming year will be
opened and ojther important matters
will   come  up for discussion.
The lenders will have to be in the
hands of the secretary by December
27. They call for the supplying to the
hospital of provisions from January 1,
1910 to March 31, 1911.
it is possible thai a decision on the
plans for the ne.s hospital win finally
be given.
Making London Musical.
London, Dec. 22.���Teachers in the
London county council school are being asked to urged strongly on boys
and girls possessing musical talents
when tiny leave school tbe advantages of continuing their musical studies
by joining evening classes.
The Law's Delay.
New York, Dec. 22.���The government will have to try its first big
sugar case all over again. The Jury
in the case of Joseph McMahon, a
former assistant customs weigher, reported last night that it had failed to
reach a verdict and was discharged.
McMahon was paroled under his former bond of $21500.
From Paris to New York.
London, Dec. 13.���The Daily Mail
is authority for the statement that
within a few weeks apparatus will be
installed which, if as successful as experiments indicate, will enable the
carrying on of verbal conversation
between thc Eiffe] tower in Paris and
the highest building in New York.
The De Forest system of etherlc telephony will lie used.
NEWSBOYS CONTRIBUTE
TO CHIiii
SEN'S HOSPITAL
Toronto   Street   Vendors    Remember
Little Patients at Christmas
Time.
Win. Manson. M.P.P.-elect for the
bail aa uistlict, and a probable uiuni-
ber u; the new cabinet, was a visitor
in New Westminster yesterday. He
Was neic looking over tiie electric
.1 Ing and otuer public utilities ol
lia cltj in the interests oi IMnce Rupert, wliich is sboiliv going iu ilistal
a , lanl of her own. Mr. Aianson
wai shown around the city by Mayor
Keary, who took him out lo the electric substation, from whicn tue city
draws its light, and showe dnirn ot.ier
Interesting industries in New Westminster.
One of  Delegation.
Mr. Manson is one of a delegation
which came down from tbe northern
city a few days ago to seen government aid in the installation of a
lignliug plant. Their errand met
witn success and the members of the
delegation are going to spend a few
days examining ihe different cities of
tlie province so thai they may be able
to start in on the most uiojern methods in Prince Rupert.
Mr. Manson expressed himself as
greatly pleased with New Westminster and was satislied with tlie result
of his visit, having secured some
good ideas here for the electric light
plant  Inr Prince  Kupert.
In mi w il the tact that Prince Ru-
pei t is now considering Just what
form oi city government to adopt, Air.
Manson was particularly interested
in tie; Btep v.nicli New Westminster
is about to take in petitioning the
government to abolish the o,d charter
and to allow the city to come under
the jurisdiction of the Municipal
Clauses Act. Mr. Manson discussed
the position of New Westminster under its old charter with Mayor Keary
showing particular inten st in the
disadvantages which this city had
experienced under thai form ol government and in the better results
which are expected from government
under the general act. lie states
that ia Prince Rupert at the present
time there are advocates oi government under charter, under the Municipal Clauses act via by special commission such as is now in force in
Galveston, Des Rioiues and several
other large American cities, but
which has so far n 'i been given a
trial in Canada.
May Go Under Act.
Mr. Manson hazarded no forecast
as to what form of government would
be adopted, but it seems probable
that for the present at any rate the
new city will incorporate under the
general act, as New Westminster is
proposing to do.
An Exciting "Kill."
London, Eng., Dec. 13.���Gordon
Canning s hounds, hunting over a
portion of the Ledbury country recently, made an exciting kill In the
drawing room of a house at High
Leadou. Running their fox, they were
almost on his brush when he sought
sanctuary in the house, the whole
pack following. The result was a
scene of indescribable confusion, furniture being tossed right and left as
the hounds frantically invaded the
room and surged round their quarry.
Amid a great uproar, however, they
soon pulled him over and killed him.
Wheu the pack were withdrawn from
the room it was found that the wreckage was considerable.
Welland Gordon, formerly on the
staffs of the Columbian and Citizen
of New Westminster, is at present
looking after the marine news ln
Vancouver for the daily News-Advertiser.
CONSTRUwIO.. OE '
TUNNEL NOT NECESSARY
'i'he Rovers are making strenuous
efforts to put the best soccer team
iu the held on Christmas Day thai
has ever been seen in New Westminster.
They have a great lineup of players to choose from, and will pick the
best men oi the lot. The team will
ee selected from the following players: Hartley, Bruce, Lyon, Lick,
Sawyer, Kirby, Hays, Johnston, Shawcross, Robertson, Baddenoch, Cady-
zien, King, and Brisbane. Tbe above
players aie requested to turn out to
practice tonight at b'-bb at Queen's
park.
The referee for the big game with
the Celtics on Christmas Day has not
yet been chosen, but it is expected
that a choice will be made some time
today. Baddenoch, the new man
who was transferred from the Thistles the other day, Is not very well
known in this city, but he has the
name of being one of the fastest men
in the business and will probably
catch a place on Saturday's team.
a.1
Fraternal Order of K ; ,ies
Holds Christmas T^fxt for
Youngsters.
POMP MARKS LAST
RUES FOR LEOPOLD
Funeral is Conducted With
All Ceremony Despite the
Late King's Wish.
Brussels, Dec. 22.���The body of
Leopold 11. was placed today in the
royal burial vault in the Church of
Si. Mary at Laekeu, the suburban
residence of tlie royal family. Near
il rests the remains of his queen,
Marie lleuriette, the Princess Josephine and thc young Duke of Brabant.
1 he funeral and burial were conducted with all the pomp and cere-
monj oi whicli the slate was capable, despite the wishes expressed by
tlie monarch"in his will, that the obsequies should be of the simplest.
A holiday was proclaimed and
thousands of persons filled the streets
during the services. Early In the
daj tne body was taken from the
royal palace to the cathedral of St.
Michael and St. Guidel, where impressive funeral rites were held. From
the church the cortege moved to Lao-
ken, where repose the bones oi Leopold I., Queen Louise aud those ol
Leopold's immediate family, whom he
had survived.
END OF DISSENSION
IN   NATIONAL   LEAGUE
Toronto, Dec. 22.���A Newsboys'
club, to be located ln the central part
of the city, where the members will
be within easy reach of the different
newspapers offices, will be opened In
the near future. This will be the
permanent home of the Newsboys'
union, local No. 16, who met last
night at their regular meeting in the
Labor temple. The chair was occupied by Sam Lichtman, the president.
There was a good attendance, and
the prospects of a club aroused the
enthusiasm of the boys.
The secretary read a communication from the Sick Children's hospital, pointing out the needs of the Institution. The newsboys, most of
whom live near the hospital, showed
their sympathy in the work by unanimously voting |25.
"Dig down ln your dips and see if
you can't pull up some more," was
Jack Mulvaney's method of moving
for a further contribution. Every boy
made a personal offering for the hospital, which totalled $16.22. TJley believe that before the money Is sent
in they wlll have nearly f 50.
V. V. & E. Has Obtained Satisfactory
Grade  Across the  Hope  Mountains.
New York, Dec. 22.���As evidence
that the election of Thomas Lynch to
the presidency of the National league
has put an end to the threatened dis-
seution in the ranks of the organization, New York fans today are pointing to the new president s assertion
that "John Ueydler will be my cUiei
advisor."
Heydler's long connection with the
league has familiarized him with every detail of its workings, according
to the fans and the wisdom of the
league magnates was shown in selection as the president a man who will
work shoulder to shoulder with him.
Lynch declared today that harmony
and order would be the watchwords
of the league under his regime. Umpires, he said, would be afforded more
protection than ln the past. He is
said to have been promised the cooperation of the general managers In
his projected crusade in behalf of the
indicator man.
Just whal the Fraternal Order of
Eagles, Aerie No. i;u, did not do ia
ibe  way  of Christmas merrymaking
lasl   night   would    be    hard    to   discover.
Santa   Claus   There.
They had a Santa Claus of the regulation large white-whiskered variety.
They bad a Christmas tiee large
enough io hold Christmas present*
lor lhe nefarious villains that Jack
lhe Giant Killer disposed of soui.!
years ago. But the tree last night
held nothing for anybody like Unit,
but for all the little boys and girls in
the hall there were all kinds of
things. Dolls and wagons und horns
and toy lobsters and whips and more
dolls and Noah's arks, ami street ecars
and wheelbarrows, and more doll's,
and stockings full of candy, and more
dolls, covered the tree so thickly that
you could hardly tell what kind of a
tree lt was.
There was a present for every child
in the audience, and there were presents left over. These will bo sent to
the orphanage for distribution by the
sisters among the poor children ol
the city.
Drawing For Cake.
But Santa Claus was not the only
attractions there last nigh-. A hit;
Christmas cake as biga as a washtub
was drawn for. The drawing was
made by pretty little Mamie Giles,
who produced No. 98. it only took
Wm. Carpet about three seconds dat
to discover that he was the lucky
man, and he will have enougli tiake
to last him for many, many Christ-
mases.
George Robb sang a solo, which
was greatly appreciated and repeatedly encored.
After Santa Claus had got back into his street clothes and all sorts of
oranges aud cakes, and sandwiches
had disappeared in a satislactory
manner, the floor was cleared and a
dance started among the younger
older people who were present. This
was the last feature of tlie entertainment and it was continued till early
this morning.
First for Some Time.
Great credit is due to the E<igle&.
for the success with whicli everything
was carried out. It is the first time
that anything of the kind has been attempted for six or seven years and
all the people who were present last
night certainly hope that it will develop into an annual event. The committee in charge of tlie celebration was
composed of H. Holt, S. Giles, ____ _.
Monteith and H. O. Roberts. Mr. Holt
acted the part of Santa Claus to perfection, all the children a-d some of
the grown tips believing that he was
the real thing. J. N. Aitchison was
chairman and handed out the gifts to
the children with appropriate little
speeches. Altogether it was one of the
most enjoyable evenings that han
been spent in New Westminster for
many years.
WILL RECONSTRUCT
CONDENSED MILK PLANT
Seattle, Dec. 22.���Mr. J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer of the V. V. and
E. railway, ln an interview here discussed the question of grades over
the Hope Mountains between Princeton and Hope. ��� I ./M
"Without taking into consideration
the tunnel project which will not be
carried out in the near future, the
Hill engineers have been successful
in locating a line that will give a
maximum grade eight-tenth s of oue
per cent, as against westbound traffic," said Mr. Kennedy. "The maximum grade as against eastbound traffic will, of course, be heavier. The
figure for 20 miles of the distance is
2 1-2 per cent, and for an additional
IB miles it wlll amount to 1 1-2 per
cent. On the mountain section going
east should also be Included a two-
mile section along the Coquahalla
lake, and constituting virtually a dead
level for that distance.
"When the tunnel project is carried out, a project, by the way, that
ls not a pressing one, lt will reduce
the summit by 675 feet, accomplish
a saving of 30 miles ln the route, as
Lwell as cut off bIx miles from the length of the 2 1-2 per cent, grade."
Wane of Lawn Tennis.
London, Dec. 22.���Only 88,44s
games of lawn tennis were played in
London parks lasl summer, as compared with *J7,_iUi> in the previous
year, and ijuolts and lacrosse liavo also fallen in favor, but hockey and
bowls are becoming more popular,
and the demand for cricket aud football pitches is far in excess of the
accommodation.
Business Woman Arrested.
Cobalt, Dec. 22.���Mrs. T. H. Jessop,
of Halleybury has been arrested
charged with perjury and conspiracy
in connection with the affairs of the
Elkhart Mining Company. Mrs. Jessop, wbo Is a well known business
woman, is out on flOOU bail, and will
come up for trial today.
American Saints.
Rome, Dec. 22.���It ls believed In
Rome tbat the beatification of five
American saints���Annie Elizabeth
Seaton, Father Simon Gabriel Brute,
Sister Tegakvlta and the missionaries
Rene Poupll and Isaac Jones���wlll
take place in 1911, contemporaneously
with that of Christopher Columbus.
New   Building   Will   Be   Erected   ,
Factory  Restarted on Bigger
Scale  Than   Before.
It is reported that plans are under
way for the rebuilding of the condensed milk factory which was _*���
stroyed by lire a month or so ago. J-
R. Payne, the owner of the building,
has recently returned from a Uip t_
the old country uud the rebuilding ot
the plant has been delayed awaiting
his return. It is now tlie intention
to proceed at once to rebuild on i���*t
old site. The building was not entirely destroyed at the time of Uie
lire but it was so badly damaged
that practically a new building will
have to be erected.
The plans for the new struct.**
have not yet been decided upon ���*���*
the architects have them in hand aad
it is understood that something better than the old building will ke
put up.
At the time of the fire the factory
was doing a rushing business ium!
every day that the new building is
delayed means loss of money to ���***
company, so that the factory will
doubtless be rushed to completion.
For  Medical  Research.
London, Dec. 22.���Otto Belt, brother of the late South African multimillionaire, Alfred Beit, has increased
the latter's bequest of ��60,000 to
��215,000 to provide fellowships for
medical research in memory of his
brother.
Six Yea's for Warrlner.
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 22.���Chart��� 1_
Warrlner, deposed local treasurer **t
the Big Four, pleaded guilty to embezzlement in the common idem
court today, and was sentenced
serve six years ln the Ohio
tlary.
Hoppe After Title.
Chicago, Dec. 22��� Willie Hi
yesterday placed himself under
management of Charles Tennea,
this city, and started a campaign
he declares will result In his
declared the undisputed Ml
champion of the world. It ls Hopfrt
Intention not only to go .alter 18.- nd
18.2 balk line honors, but to w��k ettd
three-cushion title as well.
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���The   Man  of  the   Hour.'
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAG 10 THREE.
��� is impossible no.  to like George 21 "'"n    "'"   i'"vi;'M" an8Wer'
^hurt's greal   drama,  "Th.    U - '   ' to the one   imple word
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create Buch Interest tor the commonplace" to be "real" and jusi like other
folks with  honest, loving   Bweet-tem-
lit-reO hearts?     Managers William  \
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ADMITS WOK ;N SCHOLARS
lefl   New  York   lasi   nighl   with  th<
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by the Royal College of Surgeons this
ek. li had already b en decld id to
adinii them for t examination for c il-
lege dlj in tii e in January, and ln view
ni thai determination the council
agreed to recognise ih ��� women's nnd
leal schools in London and Edlnburg,
11 also approved regulations affording
women greater facilities for study In
the college museum.
The distribution of prizes al    the
Royal academy's school of ari was al- j
so a triumph for the women students,'...-.
Marianne Robilliard    won    both    the Taft Nominates Two.
gold medal and the $1,000 travelling
scholarship for historical painting an Washington, Dec. 21.���President
achlevemeni which she is the first | Tail toda} senl to the senate the
woman to perform. She was loudly nominal ions of Gen. George Slone ot
acclaimed b.\ her fellow-students. Wo-1 California to be naval officer or cus-
mi'ii gained every award offered to toms ai San Francisco, and Howard
painters for figure design excepl one I C. Shober of South Dakota to be aii-
Becond prize. Men warn all the Bculp- dltor for the Interior department la
une ami architecture prizes. this city.
House Slippers, Bedroom Slippers, Bath
Slippers, Dress Slippers, Ties, Pumps, Etc.
Men's Slippers
*���'*���      Man's Scotch Fell .- ije' $1.25
Mi n's Berjin  Fell  Slippei $1.00
Men's Chocolate Kid Nullifi rs. .$2.50
Man's Chocolate Kid Everetta ��� -$2.50
Man's Chocolate Ki I Plain Slippers
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Mi n's Glove Ciain Plain Slippery ...
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Boys' Slippers
Boys'   Felts    5��c to  90c
Bo' .' Kid House Slippei ; $1 to $1-60
Women's Xmas
Slippers
Women's Felt  Romeos  $1.25
Winni n's All  liouse Slippers   ... .90c
Women's Scoti ii   Pi ll   Slippers  $1-00
Wom< u's Indian  Mocc isins   ��� ��� ��� .$1.75
Child's Slippers
Children's Fi II Romeo Sllppi i i All
colors, ','��� ��� I i $1.00 pair, all fell *':i>-
pei i,  Gi        n   mala .   ;   Ir    50c
Moccasins
Si e   our lines of Indl in Moccasins
for mi ii and women. Tin se malt   eh -
ganl   Cln Is i mas gifts and  th ���  pi Ic
are   i Igi I    onlj.  per  pai ��� ��� .$1-75
Special Reductions
Special reduced pi ices thi ���. wi i k on
many lines of men's and women's fine
shoes. Our windows are full ol sp
tally priced shoes. See what values
sv,. a: e :' ������-.I ig. Will chi orfully make
anv exchange after Chrlsleas.
Gall at the Royal Cafe
Our Cooking is Unexcelled
The Service is Perfect
Try our Merchants' Lunch   11:30 to 2, and Table   D'Hotc   Dinner
5 to 8.���Short orders a specialty.      We are having
A Special 50c Dinner on
Christmas and New Years
CALL AND TRY US.
THE HOME OF THE EPICURE.
At Kirk's Hardware
bnston?s Big Shoe House, Ltd.
COVERED ROASTERS
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Columbia Street
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
CHOPPING KNIVES
JELLY MOULDS
PATTY PANS
BREAD MIXERS
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Ties ?
You can not go wrong by making your first call here-you'll
go no further.
Everything that's the latest in color and style, and the price
will suit everyone's pocketbook.
We are also making a leader of
Fancy Suspenders and
Armlets
(boxed), another very useful  and acceptable present.
We haven't time to quote the many useful presents in stock,
but wise folks will take the hint and shop here early, for we shall
save you money, as the saying  is  "ACME   PRICES   ARE    ALWAYS
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The Acme Clothing Company
TENDERS   FOR   FREIGHTING   SUPPLIES   FOri   THu    YUKON
TELEGRAPH     LINE.
EXTENSION   OF TIMB.
Tho time for receiving tenders f��l"
freighting of supplies for the Yukon
Telegraph Line in the course of tne
seasons of 1910, L911 anil 1912, is
hereby extended to Tuesday, Febru-
arj L6, 1910. Tenders are to be Bealed
and endorsed "Tender for Packing
.���.applies," and addressed to the undersigned. ' -.r
Forms of lender and specifications
may be obtained and form oi contract
seen on application to Mr. J. T. Phel-
an, Superintendent of Govei nment
Telegraphs, Vancouver, 11. C, Mr.
Wm. Henderson, District Superintendent Governmenl Telegraphs, Victoria, B. C._ and from the Government
Telegraph Agents at Ashcroft, B. C.��
Quesnelle, B. C, Ua/.eltou, li. C, aud
Telegraph Creek, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders wlll not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
���and signed with their places cnil'wys
and signed with their actual signatures, with their occupations and places
of residences. In the case of firms, the
actual signature, the nature of the oc-
cupatlon and place of residence of
each member of the firm must be
given.
Each tender must he accompanied
li\ an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank payable to the order of the Honorable the Minister of Puhlic Works,
equal to ten per cent, (io p.c.) of the
.amount of the tender for one year's
packing, which will he forfeited if
the person tendering decline to enter
Into a contract when called upon to
do so, or fail to complete the work
contracted for. If the tender be not
accepted the cheque will be returned.
The department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, December 16, i!'09.
NOTE���Provision is being made by
the Government to the extent of $3,-
500.00 for general repairs, renewals of
bridges, etc., along the trail between
Hazeiton and Ninth Cabin, next
season.
A.  Chappel, Manager
Columbia street, New Westminster
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to noon of Tuesday,
the 28th Inst., for the position of Assessment Commissioner for the City
of New Westminster. Salary ��125.0ft
per month. W. A. DUNCAN*
City Clerk.
City Hall, Dec. 21, 1909.
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PAGE FIVE.
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SPORTING NEWS
Big Dry Goods House
SPECIAL PREPARATIONS FOR CHRISTMAS
WEEK SHOPPING
You will find many things here to tempt you to buv
as gifts for your friends.
Beautiful showing or dainty neckwear. Price 25c to $2.50
Fancy crepe scarfs.
Brass goods.
Thousands of pretty handkerchiefs, Prices from     5c   to $2
gee our special at    25C
A choice selection of handbags, price  75c to $10
Special Sale of Furs during this week.   Kid Gloves
Evening Silks, Luce Blouses.    See our special, $4.9y
A  visit to our  store  will  pay   you.      Store  open   every   evening
till 9 o'clock. _______ J
FimiMMONS FIGHT
WAS JEFF'S BEST,
Listen   to    What   "The   Last   Hope"
Says   About   His   First   Big
Battle.
i The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
A FAIR QUESTION
Can  My  Headaches   Be     Relieved   With     Glasses? jl
V's. ii they arc the result of eye strain. Would be '\
pleased  to have you call, so we ran talk it   over, jf
Optical Parlor, \\T      T?     T A TT
Dominion  Trust  Bldg.     W .    Jr .     I A 1 ll. \t
GOOD        Q
OODS at 1
ROPER
RICES
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, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
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Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co*
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PRONT   STREET.
illy Jas. Jeffries.)
To my mind, the buai fight 1 ever
made was against Bob Fltzsimmons
on June 1), laity, when 1 knocked l"|J1
out in 11 rounds at tlie Coney Island
Athletic club and became champion
ni the world.
Previous to this flght l had met
"Bob Armstrong, the negro giant, in
the east, and had been criticized be-
I cause 1 had not knocked him out ifl
.i hurry, When i trained for the
battle witn tTtzslmmong l determined
io go Into the ring faster and better
than I had ever been In my life, so 1
could do myself justice, i had never
bi en in pei feet shape, as 1 had car-
11 el too much weight.
"When i faced FltzBimmons 1 believe 1 was In the best condition L
could possibly reach. For thirty
days previous to June 'J 1 did not
drink a dui|i of water, so anxious
was l to take off wa ight. When mj
throat became parched i simpiv gargled.
The conditions under which 1
fought Were discouraging. I felt that
some of in. backers did not. think 1
could defeai the champion, and incidents of my training had been discouraging. As a matter of Cad,
however, l regard my battle with
Fltzsimmons as one ot the easiest of
my career. Al. the end I was Hot
even breathing deeply.
"The impression has prevailed ii��
the minds of some that my stomach
was vulnerable, bui it this was true,
thai blow Fitzsiinmons landed under.
my heart in the fourth round would
have shown the weakness, lt was a
right hand blow, delivered with every ounce of strength Fitzsiinmons
pussi ssed. but 1 can honestly say it
did not bother me.
Only once during the fight did Fitzsiinmons hurt me and that was when
he split my eyelid. llis body blows
did not hurt a bit. I think, however,
that those who witnessed thai lis'it
realized 1 could take punishment, Sor
Fitzsiinmons hit me hard and often,
and lie could hit as bard as any man
in the ring at that time.
"I outgeneraled Fltzsimmons in this
battle by forcing him to lead. His
strong hold has always been countering, bul us I kept after him continually, lie had to lead or back away,
and when thus forced he was non-
plussed.
1 knocked Fltzsimmons down in the
second round with a straight left to
the mouth and he' actuallj looke | surprised, lie did iii>. best work in the
fifth and shol his bolt, for his heav-
a ��� Maws failed to prov,. as effective
as they had againsi other men. In
, , ighth round after I had knock d
him down, Fltzsimmons came up look-'
Ing scared. Hi realized then, I
il ink, for the first time that he w<'-s
i beaten man. 1 knocked him oul
In the eleventh with a right band
swing to the chin.
"] went into that fight a tank outsider and When il was over was chain-
ut of the world, a title I bav.. held
to ibis day untarnished and which I
will continue to bold thus until I
again retire this time forever from
the ring.
BOWLING
The last game of the December series in the House bowling league was
played on Tuesday night, the Sockeyes taking a game  from the Steel-
heads  and  so  coming out ou   top  of
the   league    as   far  as   it     has  been
played.      During   November  and  De- *
cember   the   Sockeyes  only   lost   one
game, going down to the Steelheads
on November   29.     The   Steelheads
have lost two games, one to the Co-
hoes and one to tlie Sockeyes.      The
race [or the pennant seems to lie between   the  Steelheads    and   Sockeyes,
though tlie Cohoes may gei  into the
running   again   if   they   starl   off   the
new  year  well.      The  next   game  of j
the   regular   series   will   come   off   on j
January  3, between  the leaders.
Standing  of the  League.
Wou. Lost To Play
...       7 1        4
The House
that is [the Leading Furniture House in the city'vwas
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special privileges to none.
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR IMAS
Socio1yes   .
Steelheads
Cohoes. .    .
Humpbacks
Dogs	
W. E. FALES
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Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and.,Undertaker
618 Agnes Street.
MORE TROUBLE APPEARS
IN   NORTHWESTERN   LEAGUE
Seattle, Dee. 22,���Some dissatisfaction has been expressed of late
against the directors of the Norte-
western league over the idea Of maintaining a Northwestern league club In
Portland. The idea has Iteen gaining ground that ll would be' better
(o ui'op Portland oui altogether and
to confine the circuit to other cities
in the northwest. Half a dozen applications for a franchise have been
in ter aboul six months. Everett is
one nf those wliich would like to enter the league on a plan whereby one
or two of the games would lie played
there each week, tlie leniainder Of
the games'to be scheduled In Seattle.
This is practically a duplication of
the Oakland-San Francisco situation.
Oakland playing the majority of its
games In tlie larger city across tlie1
buy. It is announced that Portland
in the Nortii western league is lo have
only eight wesfcs at home. Portland
will play more than her share of tho
game abroad.
Thursday,    Dec.     23
America's Greatest Play
William   A.   Brady  and Joseph R.   Grismer
Announce
Boston  Jim  Flynn   Beaten.
Uiiston,  Dec.  22.��� Hy  continued
gresaiveuess  Frank  Klaus    of    P
burg  won    the     decision    over
Flynn of Boston iii 111 rounds, of h
hitting before  tlie Armory  A.A. I
night.       Flynn     secured   but   four
the 11' rounds, when he sent srtrai
lefts   to   the   face   which   slowed
Pittsburg  boy.      Ia  the  rest  of
bout  Klaus forced  Flynn    about
ring with right an.l telt swings to
jaw.
ag-
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AT   THE
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NEW
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NINE
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AT   THE
ILLINOIS
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CHICAGO
THE
OF   THE
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1 .   AT THE
TREMONT
THEATRE
BOSTON
4 MONTHS
AT THE
GARRICK
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PHILADELPHIA
By George Broadhurst
Picks Jeffries to Win.
New York, Dee. 22.���"1 pick Jeffries
to win the gieat battle," says .lames
J. Corbett, former world's champion,
in a long statemi nt published here
yesterday. "Johnson is over-rated,"
continued Corbett. "In all liis career
Johnson   has   tut   del'..ated   af.y   good
man  of    heavyweight calibre.      You
hear much talk about  ihe cleverness
of Johnson.      Very   few  realize  that
he has only two good  punches witli j
his right hand���a short uppercut and
a   lightning   cross-counter.      Ills   left!
arm   ls  no  lo  hlm   except   for   block-
Jeffries, on the other hand, is '
lighter and no science in  Hie
can  slop  liini.      Jnliiisoji   may
and jali. but tbe big fellow will
his  blows aside  and  force  his
way   through   the    harrier.      Jeffries
may  take  lu  blows  to  land one,  bin
when he lands il  means the finish.
"Jeffries and 1 will do some real
fighting in lhe training camp,
shall strip and tight 20 rounds,
may happen three times or more. Ii
will he the severest tesl that any
lighter ever ran up against, bin it
will give Jeffries a good Idea of just
how he stands."
Memphis Bars Langford.
Memphis, Dec. -._.-.���Sam Langford
can't figjtt in ..loini/iis, according to
the decision of tlie mayor of tho eity.
'i'he color line lias teen drawn here
iu so fai. as fighting of whites with
lilac's   is  concerned.
Langford had been   signed   lv the
I'h"enix Athletic club for twn local
appearances. The ians nf the city
already were beginning to lick 'heir
chops in anticipation of seeing iin
Boston demon in action.
Officials, of the Phoenix club announced today tbal they would try to
secure colored fighters to meet Langford in Uie place Of the White mm
against wli'im lie was to appear. Who
tlie dus.ty lighters will tie in causing
much speculation, for there is not a
black man within mflfes of Memphis
whom the fans belie.a could last two
rounds  with  l_angfoid.
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Now in its Fourth Triumphant Year.
"The li.'sl  play 1 hav,' ever  seen"���Colonel   Roosevelt.
GIVEN   HERE   WITH   A  SPECIAL      CAST   OF        PLAYERS,
WHICH   MUSTERS   A   ROLL   OF   THE    BEST   ARTISTS   ON
THE   AMERICAN   STAGE.
Praces  25c   to  $4.50
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
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Milwaukee Revives Pugilism.
Milwaukee. Deo. M^-PugUtani was
_ In Milwaukee last night, ftK< r
than a year, with a
10-round go between Hob Mo ha Of
Milwaukee and Harry Mansfield ��
Kngland. welterweights. No aeci
. __.. _. Thev were stiong
sion was given. '11( -v ,,���������,.,,���
at the finish. Moba was the aggres
sor throughout. 	
Only Eight Dollars In House
Walla^Walla, Dec. M-The .advertised race ror the Pacific: coas.championship" ror fifteen miles   between
Charles Lockwood. a local man, ana
Pete Terway, the Dutch runner, did
not come ofl
...Announcement...
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN
PART OF PERFUMES, MIRRORS, BRUSHES, CHOCOLATES., SAFETY RAZOK&,
DRESSING CASES, TRAVELLING CASES, MANICURE
SETS, HANDKERCHIEF CASES, INK STANDS, GOLD RIM
EYE GLASSES AND SPECTACLES, FANCY COMBS,
HAND BAGS, PURSES, CARRYALLS, LADIES' COMPANIONS, JEWELL BOXES, KODAKS AND TOO MANY OTHER THINGS TO MENTION IN
THIS SPACE. WE INVITE
YOU TO OUR STORE TO
LOOK OVER OUR ASSORTMENT.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIE8.
Spectacles 50c up.
What Shall I jSlt
Give Her ?
A Rare
Christmas
Gift
but yet what more acceptable or
appropriate gift could you^ give
your wife than an accident, fire or
life insurance policy?
I write all kinds of insurance
at lower rates than others, and in
reliable Canadian and British companies only.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62        " The Insurance Man" 657 Columhia St.
For scows, tou)
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
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find something suitable for a Man's Christmas is at a Man's
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our prices arc alwavs the lowest. Model oign ��orks I
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601     COLL M BIA   STREET.
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Watch our windows.
Gifts for  Father, Brother,   Uncle or
Sweetheart
or anv of your gentleman friends, gifts that will make any ��� : them
appreciate your good common -ense in selection if you let us hel] y a
from our varied stock of high-grade articles such as
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618 COLUMBIA STREET*.
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Caf_ Buttons, Watch Fobs, Stick Pins and Stud Sets in endless variety
of styles and prices.
sterling goods I The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
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SOLE AGENTS LCNGINE'S AND KAV'.'LTCS V, ATC-ES.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET. OPP. CITY HALL
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes rHURSDAY,  DECEMBER  23,  1909.
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WANTED.  TO   RENT.
fe'lYK   na UOOMED   FCUNISll-
od ie e par-
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POR  SALE.
[FOII SALl.���l.OTs) ON  SIXTH  A} i;
nue, ee.     ���       ,  i ui m, 53 b;  I -������
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D     ,., utci u   months.
Vpply 201       ii    eli'cet.
ini;      s\l..     OKANAGAN      PO'IA-
j, In        i the raarki t.     Inquire
���   ll ih   ;    ,8.,    real    estate office,
B. M. Smith.
ROOMS TO  RENT^^^^^
TO      RENT���TWO        FURNISHED
rooms. Apply Arrow Press Printing
Shop,   Windsor   Block,   292    Front
treet.
I" LET���TWO ROOMS WITH
Board. Apply 527 Carnarvon sire'1
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral repairing'. Anything t'1'"111 ;l
watch or clock to an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert No.
i" Sixth street, Dominion Trusi
Ulock.
TENDERS.
Tenders addressed to the under-
tied al Ottawa, In sealed envelopes,
and marked on the envelopes lew
tiers for Quarantine Supplies," will 1,c
received up to noon of the l'111'1'"1",
day of January, 1910, for supplies ioi
Quarantine Station. .
The following supplies are required.
Coal;
Firewood',
Fish;
Groceries', ,.
Hardware and ship chandlery,
Medical Btores an.l disinfectants'
Uniforms,   and other   articles oi
apparel;
Vegetables. ,,,,,,
Forms may be obtained by appuw-
Hon to    the  Department ol    Ag rmu
ture, Ottawa, or to the   Medical bu
l" rlntendent at Quarantine.
The Department does not M��a>,
self to accept the lowest or nny tender.
Newspapers copying this advertise-
Take'    HOI
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iple, under a l :
and clerk ol liui m bj to Cl   rles B;   I-
.  i"   ��� ing  ���!       '       IGI i  daj   of
July, A. D., 1908, of
that cei    ti parci      r trai
und pn mtsi s situate, lying ana 1,- In;
m the Disl ni  of  Ni ��   \\' . 'leans', r,
iii the Pi            of Dili       Coluuib
more   \- ub il ul)    known   an !   d i-
cribed us Li Is 15 and li   ���
of Ulock 2, of pat i o   Lot 29, G i up b
You and thos   tlalmin;
under you and all persors
any inert sl In the saiu land bj   rir-
tue  of any  um ��� ���!  Insti tu
and all persons claiming any lnl
in the said land  bj   d< sc. it,   ������
title Is nol ii glsteri _\ und. r the pro-
, visions of the "Land   Itoy!   rj    '.< .
are required to cent' Bl the claim of
the tax    purchaser    w'thln b i ty-fivi
days from the date of tlle Bervl
this notice upon yen. and In d I iu I
of a ca\ e al or cei tificati   of li- ,
dens In Ing  filed  within  su 'li   p 11 d,
<>i-  i:i default   uf    re den pi lon  b
registration, you and each of yo i \v ':i
he   forever   estopped   and   'l1 bnrri d
from Betting tip anj c'aim to or In i
spec!  of the said  land, and 1  Bhall
register chat les Bradbury as own r
thereof in tee.     And I hen bj  o   I r
that  publication    of    this notie i tor
thirty days m a dally n wsp        pub
lished in   New   Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated ai the Land Registry 0 fie
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 30th day of November; A. D��� iooo;
C. S, KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James inland. James Highland.
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NOTICE IS __m_Wl �����
the Grand Trunk Pad lc Brancn
Lines Company   will  apply    to    the
session for an A ,ct ran y
the  Act  incorporating tin   \
0f 1009 by nutborUin   iim t
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ol   te.   p,  point,   in   the   vicinity   tlb re-
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.  ica8terlj direction to a point on
il, lino a; i, a -     company Is authored , ���     ���     ��� ..le. 13 ol clause 11 ot
. ; ..i.i  99, to be constructed to
L.   ib ford. ,    ,, ,
i.-.i    From Ri glnn or a point m tht
,;, [nltj   tin ������ of   th n      lu  a   south-
;.   atal   westi I'i)   direction    to
I cot  i" i 1" lnl In Ibe v cln-
Uy i     L     bridge on  tin   II  i    which
'    ,   ....     ,     a- ler pai    iaph    '
n of said chap      99, autn-
oi ized to com    tct ft
.   j ai.ia.a In indnry o   th.   province ol Albi rta al or m n < oui   .
aa    From a ] oln   on        main   i'"
of   the   Wei    rn    D        i     b tween
Moose  Lake  and  Tete i  m     '       '
, nee  throu? .  Ibe dn n        o     n
:      ���. iter   Rl\  r,   Bonapnrt
Seton and  And.      n  U\_ea  anduu
icl  River oi tli   I ��� '-'" '
or between tb : lasi two rivers to
Vancouver, British Columbia autlioi-
i   . g an issue of bonds tr tho < xti "
, . s io���  -i mil  "ie sii.i Hn     '"
TOy, qui ib red  'ii  to IB)  im
lv.   and compvlslns    tho said    lines
within whal  are d fined b>   th,   aaid
Acl as the "Manitoba, Sa kn   h-"wan
and Alberta Ex   " Ions"; v  n "
an ias.ie of b nds l j ' ^'"'" '.'
1 $50,000 a mlb i : ��� sal.1 lln i ;��
way numben I ��� l i ' ' ! . ,
the Bald llm within wl i I d linen
l.v the said V.ci as 1 c "Bril sb U>"
umbia Extensions;' ���������'.' I :i's i UI^P"*1'
ing paragraph " of pIi ��� M " tm
said Act, as regard ' southern "';
minus of the lia    ih    - ��� ".
Dated at Mo itreal this 29th day ot
November, J.909.
W, n   BIGGAR.
Solicitor fe.:- Applicants.
���ntcp 'Phone na.     Bam Tnone 137
Columbia Street
baggage    dollverea   promptly   to
any  part ot the elt?
Light and Heavy Hauling
feci ;���      '.1 hy in,   worn, n's
.     ltl        , but It is said  in
i'i comply.
.���iii..Wii GOUIN EXTOLS
FUbNbH-LANAUIAN LUVALIY
OFFICE--TRAM  DEPOT
*_____
ii
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
.CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Christmas  and  New  Year
Excursion Rates to all
Points.
One and one-third fare return trip
Hi k. is on sale Dec. -1 to Jan, l, good
to return Jan. 6.
For further particulars apply to
ED, GOULET, '
C.  P.  II. Ali'tlt.
or ('. B. FOSTER, G. 1'. AJ! Vancouver
First Arrival of     m_
New Fall Goods
In all tho latest shades and fashions.
lusl opened oul.     You'll be delighted
in see them.
J. N. Ai1hison,Mercliant Tailor
COLUMBIA STREET.
I Would You Use thes
Best flour in
Western Canada?
and   al   the  same   time   secure.
free ot charge a handsome dinner   set   Of   109   pieces'.'        la.u'll
month wa are Y\ in..; away ten
dinner sets to those who are
fortunate enough to secure the
coupons bearing the winning
numbers from the sacks of Royal Standard Flour, Many fortunate ones have been delighted wilb the dinner seta received���it may be vour turn to win
now.
I till whether yen win a dinner s.a or not, In Royal Standard you secure the choicest
flour on the mai Kei. Selected
wheal, scientific milling, careful storage and marketing, combine  to  make   Royal   Standard
the acme of goodness in a
flour.
Ask  your  Hioeer   for  a  sack
Prime   Minister  of   Quebec  Tells  On-
t.iiians  of  the   Spirit  of   H.s
Province.
Uon'of tho following additional lin
of  railway.��� ,,. _., ,,n
(1)   Fromn poinl on th   Wes
Division of i"e Grand      ��   ', ^   ���,
^TZ   Tal" Sl  Htnii  or
_   U'm/ lest of the third meridian
Range u, wesi o B
thence In a Bouthwestejlj  and ww
erly
Ity
line   ��i"^         ,,
Ized under paragraph
,  which  the  Company Is antho^
,i ������ap.- oaragraph 14 of clause
    W. RICH
notice re lulu \liw bridge. Teaming and Ex-1
Tho condition of the old Wdge ��
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads or
any kind over It.
Persona continuing to do *0 ��iwr
tbis notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cle**.
Chy Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
pressing.
UKALKR IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST.
PHONE  R527
Toronto, Dec. ...���"if anything I
have ...iid helps to bring about a belli r understanding among the varwus
,.,.., nts of ear population 1 shall be
content, We are all fellow-subjects
of one king, one ting, one throne. 1
Wish you noi to io. get that U was
a French premier who said that ,m>
last shot bred in tlie defence 01 Canada Would be tiled bv a 1-Vench-Ca-
nadian."
Wl ill this tribute  to the patriotism
I of the French-Canadian population of
| Quebec,   fair  Lomer  Gouln  concluded
a   most    eloquent   address on    "Tbe
Habitant" before the Canadian club.
Although the premier of Quebec
I empbasiied the personal side of the
habitant's character, an.l cave the
audience thereby a treat which it is
seldom a Toionloriian's privilege to
enjoy, he also brought out none the
i.ss the national side of bis subject's
character, revealing therein a wealth
I of   patriotic   recotion which has not
aeascd   lo   tlow   since   Canada   l.ooame.
British. lie admitted thai the
tirii.li-Canadiaii honored and covered
bis native Fiance, but he also deal.ned thai be showed thereby "not
that he lovtnl the land of his origin
less, bul lhal he loved Canada moie."
Sir Lomer Comn revealed the habl��
llani as the basic Quality in early
Lower Canadian life, and in this revelation compared him with the united Empire Loyalist of Upper Canadian fame. To have done something for liis country, and benee for
bis Fnipire. was the greatest achievement Which the habitant could perform. The foremost servants of lhe
Empire were little less than gods in
tiie province of Quebec.
loday.
MANUFACTURED BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., ltd.
VANCOUVER,   B.    C.
MANY TYPHOID CASES
IN   MONTREAL  CITY
Montreal, Dec. 82.���The typhoid
outbreak in Montreal Is causing the
health department considerable anxiety. Tbe hospitals are full to their
capacity and are dally turning away
numerous serious cases. It Is said
tbal a turn of extremely cold weather
would have a tendency to stop the
disease spreading.
Gait Has a Balance.
Gait,  Ont., Dec.    22.���Oalt council
closes the financial year with fl00 of
a balance.     No committee exceeded
Its appropriation.
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PAGE  EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY. DECEMBER,,,
ee^e-ee^H 23,    .___
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TSEYS
TURKEYS
HORE TURKEYS
j Silver .v;-
C...
We have bought
the BEST again,
ancl we want you
to call and give us
your order for a
Turkey or Goose.
Remember that
we have and keep
the best of everv-
_
thine.
racks
Nkkle-Plated ���    Is
Anderson & Lusby
v= i st.=;es"
Cm News
5    -
Two Great Days for Busy Xmas
Shoppers at
Just Arrived
A Superb  Line of
Xmas
Chocolates
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
��   =���:  B '���:���
NEV.   WESTS' NSTER,  E   C.
��� THE ���
STORAGE
PUBUC SUPPLY STORES   ���ai < bacchu
:e_l: as- e_::\
i
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GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
MMM Hi MS AY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND G.A5
FITTING
Also General   Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
I.. oe 5S6
-
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-   '
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Do You Know
English Watchmake
- - -
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-        -_ womaa  tc -������      ^:-:  *^_Uaes tor l_u___�� ti-ia *Ji2J_
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eSQTer
r h up.
geots    ::-:
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p. Barns _t (     :_��� ���   -. -
t  turkeys  I
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a
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WestrnlnsterModern Business w*����*
School
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tbem     '���'��� -...    : ...  -:,z  u.e~
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;
61 O Columbia Street
F. CRAKE
7"u>r.   ^c-c-e-i   tram    >Ge.o.   Adamt.   Qroctr
OLYMPIC HEIGHTS
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VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, IID.
Xc'.v Westminster Branch:
E. X. SU1HERLAND, Local Manager.
Teaders for    --.-.-.- ; '������
tt ;-.::-"���   BBS!        .:.  ' isdi
-...-.-      | - ��� .   -     -      E
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H      L    :-". :-:i: 5     -        - (Ml
__;:-^-_.x:  tor  WMtc  eRoek    =:���=���--   :-
vfll  soodod the  _*we far 1 '
i.:    tbe     ;���-.-;.-    ���-. . ��� ��� -
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We Give Careful Attention
t:   :. - ��� ;      '   . ���   ���        i    ���        ~   ,.-1
ti.  .-" . iis    uid sl :-.-���:"'
mer: ��� ���;-:- i   -        tbot     *."'
BOatezn]      -   "     -  : -  .: ..-;- i    I
Ire KI   :-.::   CtBU
If j. .   - .  ��� :. :   :-.  Sai Inss   A: ':_r:
NOW .s the tes: Ome to s'^rt om
The Roya! Bank of Canada
��� :r corpora ted 1>>5?1
Paid up Capita! St^ck.   ..  $ MUjOM
Reserve Fwd t Mt4/W)
Total   Asse'.s    $61.04*.00:
New  Wwi!���!������! n. B   C   Branch.
F   SHUTS.  Manaser.
fitK _7\fi_____Wf_^r!!r._7��r--m .'-*'- SJi_
INVESTMENTS
I
We have   d
bargains : r
WHY   PAY   RENT?
our lists some especial!
those Src.:.:..: homes. 4%^^^^^^^^^^^
INVESTMENTS.   Call on as
fore buying.   We have some sure moneymakers.
I F. J.  HART & CO.,  LIMITED
LISTERS
The Glove Store of Xew Westminster we] :omes
Xmas shoppers with complete stocks, new novelties
and excellent values.
REYNIER GLOVES for Xmas are most impertant, hence tl
lisplay] i��    een arranged for today and tomorrow.   We want y
--' time an I shop carefully here; we want you to aoprecia
give you the new- the Christmas Glove styles.
:.-   �����.:=������':..$ glove business allows us to offer you
--E   _~ = Z-i~   ~\2   VOST  COMPLETE   STOCK   AND   ri E��E S   ANOTH
I-   PC   MT���YOUH   SELECTION   MADE   MOW   MAY   EE   eSAT  :riCTZ =
ILY   EXCr-ANGEO   i"TE=.   CHRISTVAS.
Store    Open    This    Evening.
Did it Occur to
You to Give
a Handbag?
s
::c ���   ' - .
tbat   _.   - - -x    _   ��� .    ���
:
��� I '   '  - ���  ���
-   Jo*
prices ������-.������
.- ���  -
tre w�� - - .  '  ���
d   pm
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Pi.-:?     .....
-���.      . - ��� ���_--..-
: - .' '   -      Ri     ; I.  - -
���p u i".
Big Reductions in Furs
For Thursday and Friday
��� -        - ���  -
."���"/ " - -;- ���
I      I '-e...;"-.;;.
':-.-.  y    ���    '-.- .  ���
ih  Mink
���ed HaJass. K- -
Extraordinary Showing
af Net Waists $4.50.    Regular
Values up to $7.50
_        . . . .._     .    .     . ||
-..___.:..-.    =.   ��� '   ; - ���
:   ���  Ei    _____* . ���.. -   aad ka_adaecD<   -
-   -    - ���   ��� --   -.-    r_.:       ..-..--.:;
liai     .   -;   ���    J" '.. Tt-arsdi.T and FYidi;. .;
Women's Gift Gloves
���. - -. ������..,_
- -      ���    -e-adtr. Pa:;   .
':���<���( FremOi kid.
������'"-   ;���"���.'   ertyl<   ;���������;.:-
GLOVES IS FANCY CHRISTMAS BOXES -
Christmas Handkerchiefs.
I'h isands    :   iainty kerchiefs on hand for today"s seQii^
'���'���-''L   ������-��� ihl-xy ��.��� -       '->:;-.:������"      -        -        --
>  ��� Irali.ru -���.-_���; ao ia'ritinp. that rou maat *_c-; ���
Hire patterns, so __~e up yam nuod to fc-X';
 .^^^H^^^^H^^^^H_H^_^H_^_^_^_H-e^_^-e^-eHl^l^ll
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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