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FOH SIXTH STREET LOTS
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to the ni Thi       re as foil       :
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The   Prices   Ranged    Fi
$600 at the  Auction  Sale   i
Yeste rc'
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PLAN   BIG   ROAD.
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e.i tli a.i   pu    by i   -1'1
i  . ii oughou     tt"      beautlfu
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thi    firm   tliii.nl    '     P
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,na   ��� on     thesi     varleguti i   strandi
��� adhura    lia.   \a. ��� i   i   tapes
a   immoi   lovi  nin   kindliest   thai
.. , alli; hi .1-  "i"'1   ani  thi
auu!  nu:   witl    BtH '.Hu;    One!
ManagBn     Wllllim
JoBopl   i-   Qriame -   ape
: a   i ���   will appeal  a    thli   ''''
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uov i   playeri  ai   IV.rO u    Vl ���
i.i.ie ���     "'.-���" n    Chilling
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. llliii.ni    Liloyd,  W.  ���'     '
< idwHEnfl  Bewi ���    '    '������
e u,   Hewir;   (;���-(,   -\  Cameron
ti    '.'iiiTliroi,. Ainu, Roedel and
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Oce; Sneai
a Mystery
Project  fo.   Bet   Line    Thorouc' '
 I       Sup        i  Vancouver.
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o    Demi��   oi  Mrs    ��� ���
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rioui   .'��� ath       I ���  ipll [a     thu
.. laoi   '���' i   noi     I   thi   women
tnombi. - o tin ' null li ' 'hlcl tb
bath- ul    'ictlu   II ��� ���   win i   ah.   wai
eltbe      Bli ' '1       ���" le  "i.      I el
,i. i , ,. thi dlsuppe irunc ���' h ���
huabam .,��� m ������ Carolln. B Ma ,;'.
hei   ii".ei.������     InBlatH   ..    beltt)   ������ ���"���
��� "��� tlcall    ������'������' - nti   nientall
Ruencei   li ������   o   helplee ��� -
a ii   "    hi   poltci   theories    ;'
ra ��� .en  ol  thi   ������''���'    Be    '���"' ���
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Claim   Sulcld*.'.
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Rl'tin,    "      a.aaea.a       .,.       a      pOllCl
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ver.
At tht Churchef..
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. ���      a thi   in"' i.i..j. am   ���
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echo ilroom  ol   U*<   �� -   '
Servtoea will be i" Id at
ei 7, and Suadaj   ���>   ���
Kev. .1. Q,   K't't   ,;"    '  '
,a . apj  the pulpit.
At the Reformed Kpi�� -n-'i churcn
ow,    Rev.  a   deB, Owen  "
in the morning on "The 'V'',j' "
and in the evening on    ' ne
iti   Need  ol  Conversion."
C, \v. Brown will oocu��> ,h''
Pulpit of the Queen's Avenue Methodisi church tomorrow morning in"
evening. in the morning he win
Pri ub on "DeBtroylng the Bible,
and in the evening will i11'*1' " ""
subjeel "Their Rook Ih NOI ai "'"
Rock." ,   ...
EvangeUeta Mr. and Mrt, c
Stamp win speak al the Free M"1""
disl chapel on BUghth itreel tomop
row. The iirst iervlo�� win be l,"l,;
al 10:30, there wlll be anothei m -
and another at 7 o'olooU. ,   ,
special eervloei win be oonduoteo
all day tomorrow at the Balvatlon
Army barracks by MaJ-u and M'B
Morris Of Vancouver. A BMrtJf m
station  Is  extended  tO "ll
BUggestlon        ���  ���   ���������   I    ulor��
ian our live 	
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witl  lhi girl hi < ....ai bbi ��� ������
\11'-    ( ted   ie
eald Virginia  \\"a ���������    i-_\\  Ol
and   Hip   flvsi   pevapn  *:
Thr  Soul  Kiss.
' 'hai    '     talked  b       iculatoi
��� ; -���   '   ��� ul    ���'��� ''    " "   '
��� '11   b    lb   ���" ��� :-'e  -ei the New Wes
ni ���   Oi        H     Monday
     '    theatre-g >ln^ publli  I
nui vive i ilpatton.      \      ��� ���
��� In lodle    thi      "  '
I       II I      I       'I'!'-' ���
I tre: a    ���    Beauties the principal
 ������    ���	
M the head o
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Iditl        i
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in   Vain .
; ..    prove
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Was   Kept  D
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frig been
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bat prl .
Tli,    .' ' oil Ii
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it ol
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Many Licenses Out,
lie    d
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..'.' Ibllitl       ' -'j bo
dl       tid drill
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Whethi -��� thi
.   ai   work  for
Icatl
... . . ...
prese
Deadlock fn National.
���    .  York, De     "    No pi    Ident
���     loi     ' ���  ���
by the
club-owners In '.'-- ii tli       ui    essi
In the  Wildoi I    .'       Onl;    ��� ���
��� itke'n, wlvii i resulted
font .  .     (    h for John "..'���" 	
v. ������.,.. ',     '.'"....
'. 1  , Headier, tha
I, refused to allow his name
to bi  .       ���        .aa candidate for re-
���     tlOl      vltl     .     lew. t(;   al.      '        tl
.     '       ��� lnlng how Horace  Fo
, the new owners
    lelphla     . a, would vote
i x        .'    '���-. i  voted toi
"ei the New Vork   "     ' '      and
Chicago club-owners.
T.rown '.        tore 1 msld-
,miy In Um llghl  ot a compro-
,���������..���.     ;       o      .1 tb"
St.   Loliis,    Cincinnati,
������    bun    i"1'1   Boston     clul'-uv ���
this deadlock tl      ... gi i   ..
jonrn.nl  until  i  p. ni. today, havlni
d ���     |i th      .      than asceri .;.    |
��� ia   Sl   Lntiis  ahd  Pnlliaaelphta
presidents stood.
I
were ir prici tei
  Id in SI
���   ���
v. ��� , .
difficult;}     ,       .    I
up more 1
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Th     ��� ...    a ...        1 ���
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uu ia,..    U'      hal  ei
sold '. ��� .. ...   ��� ���"<   ���
h :. biddli .   i-. m  I., er,  i������
....         a     0. a -
[lavs   waa   th    Uigheg
iid ......  ol   '..���    . ������.. i ���
tliat tor thi  place whicli v.ah su] ,
to have th    ���   sl widiarU on it.
, .:  were froi i .ai o\ i
.:.    .      , , .    pi .,..    :     .....     aver
lllwack,   Sti ���     oi
.   oi . ....   ���   .1. ���    if  tl
.    . he bulk ������ :
..
 ri' veraj   la ��� ���    ..i the
I   e  | lUd    till     I'M..   H   llil   . .i    , i
..,.. of tbe
late.
.lives C.
Munieip: ���""     ' '        Session at North Vancouver.
Al    the   Go ij >1    lu ll,        i...    ol
....            ���.       iinth   tn
....  ,     .,-...
:... I'e,        ,
.     ..    .     ��� .,    , ..    a.,     i     .
on t: .   ,  ��� "       ���.  i
      . rUen from
rl*t 1 ... the (     lsl
for 0n�� Thou      1
'w; 41 wri WW.
iiiw; wm niniiii.
In the iMoanthne Kingdbiart
Will be Governed by a
Council of Ministers.
���
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The rc-rulnr monthly
���,   vuxillarj  of the  I
..���   .  :     | [tal will bi   held Ii      ���
...       ;        ms in th<
....
	
appv
Wl" I!
\ i, Um     unit    Ilia     a. oi     ,
hended in the obbi '���"���" hei tth ��� ���
Intended Belf-deBtructlon itid littered
in the lowei pai l ol the ' ,ui Ol^angi
fearing  i\  gruesome dlfldoVery  ~u--
BllP   WPIll    UpBlRllS
Mis.  Bnead  in  Tombs
Mib   Mum  flhead   who  Wrftfl taken
Into   laiain.h    i.|i..   yestetday,   (haltt
(iillieil    letlaeiia..   |n   lea    (Jell   111     Hip
��� i��...,   where She  BpShl   lhe
Want   International   Football.
New    York.    DM.      L7<���Cftflsdlan
football    enthusiasts   do nol  ""'y''
s:"nd the American K'"'"'. ,",t n'^
;e'" anxlo is to rwcli so"1" eepf|P^'
a^repmftnt of mips througb wbicb in
ti-rnatlonal   games  may    I>p  P',si",,,p
Blght, ...ni ��    ""    ,, ���e,   artaign
hardly   enpected   unui ^   imotm
meat, wiii'i.
iii'unitia
Ims
i,p,.  17   "dtthboat
l��s��  ",eM  *fy$!mb-t 29 tor a P-r
matched
debt ____rfct1l,n(h ,n
Ibis 'I'V  <��n
cPtilHEP of the SS
i,.-t "I Jsoo
.... ,,f VanoonvPr will
tllLt IWIK i��tltK TO
STMtll RVitttHUHNRKi
Two  Inquests In   London  Cast Some
I inlvt  "���  r "" "   '"n"'
tions  There.
l.endnn.     bee      11     '';""   ""
   th.lt   Uvelll I  rather thttB
td    '������'"        tWd    old  pooplr
'  I"- died " an d71,,tnHnri'c.,,.,ll
m   thi ie did  ' "'   Ji    s"'
Smith, ner-i ii ��ho lived in a room
al micknev Wick, ttdd at thn lm���,cst
H Wm Stated tlmt slm wsoltltely ��e
elined to ill Into the *5kho?hBft/t*���"
m hor breiid bv C ean ng dobrstep^
She Imd neve, applied for nn olcingp
pension. Mcrllcl evidence wnr h
,.tl ,,,.��� f)f..,ff, *���s dtife tb HWWMHtM
and gfettl-starvaubli
The ofbet 'Mer,"- ��aB held on
Isaac Harris, nfted 65, tormerlv a P'>
licernan and publican ^"ifLort
was practically Starving, t^ rpflis^
to applv for parish relief $*��*��*"
'.visbcrl'to finfilifv for an Old-ag��J JM-
sion, and bo declined fo ask his rel.i-
fh-es for help, statin- that he would
not  louver himself.
The jury returned a verdict to tne
��� effect tbat dr.Th was due to Kiane>
l-lisense aceelerited by starvation.
UNlERTIUni niS��!SSFD
I    BY HAN UF. IAS TO BURY
Supposed   Corpse   Yawns   nnd    Stirs
From   Long   Sleep���But   Resurrection is Not For Long.
Terre Uanl". Ind.. Tec 11 U.'ai
undertaker stalled id prvpnie the
body  or  VM wn rd  Murphy  toi   ^biirlal,
the  r.'iite, .''.'������ In  bed
nnd jawtied. ,
"l fret bettei Mtei thai long Bleep,
he said.
Murphy had b 'i' lh -' state o( co
ma tor ten hours, tl.  had been an in-
all'! for n long ll'iic
(Jut  lhe   undertaker   popn   ��as  m-
called f-.i   Muipliy i.'iitly died yestei
day after Joking I" lhe frightened em-
halmer  about   fill.  "lirsl   death."
Death of Pitcher Hogg.
Seattle, rii.c. 17. News of the death
of Pitcher Dill Hogg, the former Seattle player, In New Orleans, received with some incredultly hy tin:
fans, has proved true. He was taken
suddenly 111 while practicing u few
days before his death, which was due
to  Brlght's disease.
Bin
Monll ..        ...
iny   Uie  ascension . ���
.   ���   in	
ilea late Ivli j 1     pold, Bel
will   be   itiliiii. .-   y
conaistlni .unci! -A  ���'  ���    tei
i   ai   2:35  ocloi ..  this
morning, The i..n_-i.ilit.i. of h!
death, according   to  Ui.   Thirar,  his
....
'
Painless Death.
"\\\  wan. piost appretu
we   performed   the   fecial   operation
on thi    .       said i'i'. TUirai todas
.,      ��� ,,    ... e ...... e "i Un  ii>...
trouble, but the dpeiatloi) wae abao-
:     ,.   '..       .. ���:.:   .    . .      :   ���>. \e]U.     U.'Il'llll.
suffefihgB.  i n-nili... in \l\e operation,
the king's death was p^inlq   .
i    . pollJ'B    Ue.ulil    oci'Ulli.d    OH    I'm
Uth iiuiil\i;li.aly  oJ  his toniiiil   i"
Ion to tl"   throne, .....   . . i    l|   >������
I' .-.  I e   'ill-
All . i   .... '.  "...i"a    oi  .ia   capitol
I,   ued   tod i\   wiin       e ���     ��� lai
.   s    sl '���-��� .i ��� �� this i-1' mti ���
....       .a   , ���    ii, .. ",    < .-.     loi
ol pul li   ....  i ei nm toi
.i      ......uu ,t m Uii hearts
,   .          .       I ��� J     ...
u,.  flual ti ���  .... .   >
.,    .       la     li.il mill
his daughtei 9    i . .....      Btep
    be Princess
. . ived al  Uii  ������ ���   i In
uruii  the muiuinii ...��� I  ���      , y     ..,,.
Th" cogflrui^Uon ol   ������   ���    Id ���   mAl
... . Qoss VaugUan, wbo was
.a.    laughter  Ol   ,i   v.liai wuiiuui,  prpb
abl)  will aei vt- to complif;   e \i_e u.~
. .. iration pi hia ' ������' ' '111': lo-ie
king had two childreji by li.ii uie.ni-
Vaughan, and thej *ill li*y.p an cuail
claim against, uis esuae with Ui��� pth
. . i :.ileln.'ii. ll irt ttjOl ie_4<u.ltil a.. ,.
1) ihi.L "iii: of tluiui mighl advance o
claim to il"' throne
Heir Affords Contrast.
prince AJbeii.. the heu'-apiiparBpt to
tlie Belgian throne, i_. thq sou ol the
i.     i i luce ruiiup. Leopold's brotnei
11'_ ii, 31 yeai a oi age
I'liiKe Alberl, was luui.itd liini}
years ago to Pr|nQeia Jiiu-iilK'tli, q(
Bavaria. Three chilpren lia\e beou
boru to tiie couple. Their homo life ls
exemplary, and in direct contrast to
that of the late klui;, No royal couple
seems more happily mated. Be is popular with the. Belgian people, and is
said to possess unusual executive ability. The marriage of Leopold and
the Baroness Vaughan is thought by
ninny to have been entered into by
the monarch ln the hope that a son
born uf the union might be eligible
as his successor to the crown. A son
was born to them ln 1008. He bears
the title ol Duke of Tervueren.
���. ,   .    . . .       . :,    1.    .
ng with  ���, . ���..
...   a by
.    .L' i�� all
. .    j u[  Uie
.   . i -a ......
of North  \
.
Salmon Arm  Next
.....      ... .,   ui   Uie
eld ai S-ihm.e.1 Ann in
ubei,   U'l.",  i.  ion i��r
thi   ie .    .. ,   a   .   ,,    a       a  ai mii-
1    1. |    a   ,��� .. 1    ..       ,       _llUle>..��lt
..... a. .. , ���i ... .am ii v,.is by
.... ��� . ii ... a ��� . uiioi'i.i i .,.,-_ it
.._ia i oi   al    [el .. Illage,   'or it
.".uii. ii ei a., at ".-.-els, was
���a au .i ie.. ica.1 .. eji -. ue shores of
Shuswap b ianj other
"i.e..
. .   Uoi   o   oi i   '    I n the corn-
suited in     ie  >.b-'.-u. ii of
.���    I    .." I. .,      wbo   iuws   ���"
rei   .    i    loe oi    vice-prusi-
��� .i,...    he chaii     '  "   lumi tlon  aud
��� ��� ...       i ...     ;  ot    -. naia. i  to the
. li..-[.. ��� i !���.���  i} i   ia.;ic o   ciur-
, mousi) ���-. ; iid secretary. , ������ nlv.e wai '.'lucicd
as follows; si -.. ir li .'Oui. ",. iKain-
,.,���- . ���..,,,.,., toria i. Hee.
.... . tliurnabj)., Ri ���' li as (Sal-
uion Ainu, Ke>',. i\_, km-an 11 .'nu
...a.,..   ���; . i   ,.,   i ,.ii      Van
OU '���      ���        ' -,e I   :���'      '    e,(        1.
i   ���   i.i ,.   presldenl   refei   t.i  with
.     Ill a     I   .   a.ia I _���   ��� '.I!     ' i'.    tlle
,.     ill  Ul      ..'a i a    L) 0        iv:     'J     Oi
. es  "ia-1   '. v iiti, he Bal i. tod
di   ���       i.e.      o.i        lie    ruu"   Uur-
.... a.- Ql       0 'I        tOl "'        M��t
tour  .veai'ii.      jtti   bop1 d   tbftl   a   yt'-ae
.in  ,i...   ...... ���.   Ceany vmnlu bob up
..  u     i,a   ��� talnly be
A Jolly Good Fallow.
ut. motion ol   ,"'i   iieaUiisoo tVio
toria).,   i,     ,.|...,   by   ���    Mayoi   KvaJy
Of     Auii.e      \ . a op  -a        lite    icai'ty
thanlis of   tlie   conventlp�� wari ea
... a .... a  ,.       . .    .-     lll'.llLl
...���le   wa,s   in,,eii,    lollov.  .,   tx_   ihrec
lousing che ts una a tigei'.     Xhe vou-
entlo     .���.    bj oiitftneously "For He's
.   ai;.   6_,opd   I-V.i low."
Mayoi  Kiar;.  |    ponded lo suitable
a inking   the    msatlng tor
, , .  kind t'\pnrt;sioeiH and tbe ���metallic ..'.v.-cuiivi; tor theii  assist-
  n    i ..ecuiive   bad,   be   said.
    ... .i   ,.��� .    i.i   ihtir   work   with
iHt- government al Viciotin.     The re-
eiiilli |ea       e.i'   lit        plUel        11     tl'lillllc    tO
,   .      ,������.,: of Surrey, to wbum. he
huiil, Uiueti ol tie" mii.i if. v. is due.
He lalieveil tbal Major Pell would
lill the chair w Un eves more diKuily
than he had dm".. Major Weary
was Uieu dia:laie-u a p.u.i president of
tlie Uuion atuiii applao&e.
Mayor KuUiuaoii ol KAmtaOfs and
...vMayoi Pliinia. ot iNiuiaiiiio were
n.iuiui .leii lor vice-preside-ui. Mr.
Planta recplvpd L8 balloia and Mr.
��� I) i.-on li. J lit eleeUom CU> motion
,,, ��� tyor Robinson was made unanimous.
Reeve Boae protested against re-
electlon .it. searet%rs on the gieimd
that __ luiciii not bu iee��e Ql Sunvy
ueni year. The oonv��utlon would
t.ikt no ....tenses, however, and Mr-
Bpsa wa.- elected bl  aC'laniHtion.
A potion was passed ununiuioasly
voting tin luiiioiaiiuiii ol Y iO tor his
past  excellenl  Bervli
Pleasure  Today.
Today the delegates win im diivmi
around ibe country, stiaitiag the cun-
yoiis in  Uie v'JeJnity and  vlewiig the
tUstfjct aii'i  oitj   a- iieraliy. provided
the V'.iiUc. poi inns of tho ii ni PeinK
taken       Ai   Un.   cloBi   ol   the  coiiven-
��� i ii    souii'iiii    folder   ui the
lomi ot u i     ���   ��� '  Invitation wm. pio-
... a   ,.��� i   ��� n  a.   i       i,. . i','i.     and
i .    ���, i.    vt    oi        i rees von
.   I'.,,   i nai .    ill     Noiih   Va". mier
e,.   1., i ,���. ii. on P.ms . Lynn
io 'a    .ml ii group oi view a of Uie
and db nei.
\e,   I ' ��� ei "lilt,    10   SiKll. is  *us
given bj   Wi   Fagan, tB#dieaJ health
OlliC,.;'!       ������     1 i.e'e.eV'iHle   .   OU    llllll UTS   <������
fpotine ths heaiiii oi iht- luiiiiicipaii-
i.i.-.,. .md ni lii " " ' ��� .mi -��� snun a
jj i wae '"e.i'l on "Uuiioiin Municipal Ai.. .ni lng pi. pared by W. J.
Walker, cltj auditor tit New Westminster.
Municipal Accounting.
The address mentioned thu faut
that au Independent Inquiry into ibe
��� oinlllioi.e and ue.jiln ol imal uiililh
eipi_.lit.lfrt Cilglit (licit some valuable
information and leconiineudaiiDas.
yuoUnn from a former article lhe
spt-ttkor coueliided, ll has already
In :ti laid down lhat, aa u liintiiei|>ttlity
is the creation of the suite, the state
is responsible fur lis produciion.   A
local government bureau should be
formed, and its head made a member
of the provincial cabinet. The accounts of the rural municipal iti *
certainly, should be subjected to ���
government audit, aa ln Knglaml. No
loan bylaw Bhould be ln force until
sanctioned by the local government
board. And most certainly the same
safeguards should be In force affecting the corporate works of tke mnnV
(Contlnued oo F*|* Tkres),
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Society
Mrs. Henry A. Eastman returned
bome Tuesday after having spent
.--i eral months in tne eastern cities
and the Soo.
, ii. Gordon, Mrs. J. VV. Creighton, Mrs.
I J. It. Payne, Mrs. Cteorge Cassidy,
.Miss Cassidy, Mrs. Henry A. Eastman, Miss Eastman, Mrs. C. -. Lewis,
���Miss Frieze,  Mrs.    T.  S. Annandale,
j Miss Pine Miss Annandale, Mrs A.
Peele, Mii-s Pe< le, Mrs. T. K. Person, Mrs. Gordon E. Corbould, Mrs.
Douglas  Wright,   Mrs.   Munford,   Mr.
* *   * w. Munford. Miss Burnett, Mr, H. .1.
Mr.  and  Mrs.  Henry  L.   Edmonds   p__ Burnett. Mr. Ramsay (Vancouver),
returned early    in    the    week from   Mrs,  George    Wolfenden,  Mrs. T. J.
���"���������loops- Trapp, Mrs. J.  E. Phillips, Miss Phil-
* *    * lips, Mis., .Vein Phillips, Mrs. II. Rick-
Mr. Hagen Hohlenberg, of Vancou-   mani    ^SB    Rickman,    Miss   Vivian
ver,  was the guest of Mr. and  Mrs.   Rickman,   Mrs.   William    Wolfenden.
T. Douglas Sherrift on Thursday. Mrs.  Albert-Hill,   Miss    Rowan.  Miss
* *   * I Villa   Fall,    Mrs.    .1.  Stllwell  Clute,
G. D. Brymner and  Mrs. Gor-   Miss   Briggs,   Miss   Manuella   Briggs,
don  were  visitors  in  Vancouver this   Mrs.   ShildHck,   Miss   Shildrick.   Mrs.
wei k.      Others  visiting In  that  <".t>'
��� Mrs. A. F. Cotton, Miss Cotton,
Mrs.   Thomas   Scoular,   Mrs.   Hem..
ilea a.n and .Mis.  Wilson  (Ottawa).
* ���    ���
The Hon. Mrs. Frederick W. Aylmer was the hostess at a delightful
tea given in Kamloops In honor ot
IMrs. Henry L. Edmonds.
* *    * f
Miss Cruickshank and Miss Bessie
Cruickshank returned bome during
the week, alter bavin,.: In eu the gu Bl
Of .diss Mowbray.
* *    *
Mrs. R. T. r. Gragi r ol Vancouvi r
was the guesl of Mis. Thomas Scou-
ler on Tuesday.
ef * *
Miss Kenn idy ga i e a d llghtful lit-
tl.- tea in hon ir of Mrs, Alex tndi r
Lamb of Mud Hay on Tuesday.
prettj   wedding
.1. C. Brown. Miss Gertrude Brown.
Mr. Kenneth Brown, Mr. Wilfred
Rickman, Mr. Harry Graeme, Miss.
Drew, Miss Watson, and many others.
Tak-- notice that we, Pitt Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited.
Free Miner's Certificate .No. B30434,
Intend 60 days from the date hereol
to apply to ibe Mining Recorder for
a Cei tlflcati of lmprovemi nt for tne
purpoi . e btaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further lake notice that action
under section 37 musl bi commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated  this 14th  day  of  December,
A. D, 1909.
PITT  LAKE BRICK   AXD   CEMENT
CO., LTD., B. J. FADER, Agent,
Fiee Miller's Certificate No. B30435.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  1{
SIBERIAN SALMON
FOII LONDON H
London, Di c, IT.���A do Bi Itish
o a. who havi just arrive ,., Lon-
don from the tar East, l; wa; if the
i ��� jslbei ian Railwaj. i ep . i
huge Buccess of the salmon-cati ' . .
expi lition c;u ried oul in the riv ers
ol N'oi thern Siberia by (hi su amship
Rangatira. At the moment this x"*-
sel, which was formerl; well known
ia the Tha iie.; as one of the fleet of
a,    Shaw, Savill and Albion Co., is
A   quiet   but  vei
look  place at  i .
Mis. W. il. Ni .-"ii:. Royal aven
Wednesday   moi ning,    December  15,
at   il  o'clock, when    their daughti  .
Muriel,  was    unlti d    In  man iie.     I i
Albert    Stanley    Bowes, of    Kenton,
j. 0f  doubtless   attributable   the dicharge
of the   twehe    British   seamen who
loni"  of  Mr.  ...
tie  on   sailing under the Russian flag and un-
di r ii Russian name.     This Is due to
a new law. which restricts all fishing
north ol   Vladivostok to Russian  vests, and to ih" like circumstance Is
ROYAL   COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL.
Tenders will be received by the Undersigned  "iiii  marked  "Tenders  for
Supplies" up to 1 p. m. Monday, December 27, 1909, for supplying the
Royal Columbian Hospital from the
1st of January. 1910, to the 31st ot
March, 1911, with the following articles:
Bread, white and brown.
Beef.
Mutton.
Milk.
Drugs.
Groceries.
Wood (slabs), per cord.
Coal, washi el nut, anthracite.
Pish, fresh and salt.
Funerals.
Detailed lists of drugs, grocerli s
beef, mutton and tisli can i,. ol.rained
at the hospital.
Neither the low. st or any tender
necessarily acci : ted.
Samples of the groc< ii\- an 1 al'
information obtainable on application
io the Lady Superintendent at the
hospital. W. II. KEARY,
Sec'y it. C, !!���
New   Westminstei'.  B.   C, December
15, 1909.
The Goods You
Require to Keep
Warm
i
i
colors.
Wool-Lined Mocha Gloves.
Wool-Lined Silk Gloves.
Men's Heavy Working Gloves.
Men's, Youths' and Boys' WoolJGloves.
Get  one of those -new   Mufflers, in  all
high quality, such as will .,.  very wel-
it  the    festive    season.      The
ias    ;ilso  on    board a  very
Man., who is manager oj the Ban
Hamilton, of thai   place.      The brld
was    most    charminglj    gowned    in
white  satin,  and  carried  a   b   lutlful
bouquet    of   carnal i ins.     The ceremony  was ; erformed by the Rev, C.
VV. Brown, L.A., B.D., assisted by the
bride's uncle, the Rev. ll. E, Kelling-
ton, M. A., after which the relativi
aad friends sat down to a sumptuous   ''':"'
breakfast,     The bride was tin- n ci-     '
pient   of   many   beautiful     gifts,   thi . ...:������ a.  '    .1       ,
groom receiving several telegrams o!
congratulation from liis friend, who
wi i,. unable to be presi in. showing
lie high esteem In which both the
bride anil groom wen., held. The
bride's traveling suit was of grey
broadcloth with large beaver bal and
mink furs. The happy couple left
an Id showers of rice and confetti, on
the 3:25 train for their home in Kenton.
NOTICE.
have now come back to this country
in advance of their ship. She herself is    "������: '-'I    to reach    London
shortly before Christmas, and to place
���   London  marker  a  large con- j Vancouver,
signmenl  of refrigerated    salmon, of
District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai  thirty days after
date I,  Edith    Louise    Pati rs in, of
Mr. and  Mrs.  Reginal'  Do Id have
i.   ied Ini ll . lon -  foi   a pupils' recital   ai A   ,b.!. e     i ,   ij,.    given   I
George's  hall,  on   Thursd ty,   D i
bi ,   23.
* *    *
The pu]      ....     i ligh Scl
i    ied i for a d
e)   i,i   St.   i,...i. ..     Tu s-
Dei .;,      Thi i   .
'Irs     l.  .1.   Trapp,    Mrs.   T.   L.
I G. O. M. Dpi ki'ill.
��� ���   a
Mr.   i" -   ���   e; ���,'.. ,. ,���
vei | r of n I
1       ' ��� '     e an  Info
1 ,. w dl atti n i al bui
l
b
d lii|
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'    ��� e. ,,
which nythl       but n
difficult   "Mephlsto  Waltz"
e as a revel "ir-  techi    I
���    .        a.a.  num-
as   be Neil;,, rt "Conci ri Study"
Brahm's "Intei mi zzo,   wi re com
nner as onlv a
pianlsl  ol   Mr.  Hohlenberg's musical
b co ne;   translate    them.      Mis
feiie fortisBlmi and  clearness of tone
are Bpeclally worthy of notice.     it is
with delight we hear that Mr, Hohlenberg has commenced classes In New
Westminster.     Anion- thosi  who enjoyed the evening were Mr, and Mrs.
T.  Douglas    Sherriff,    Mr. and  Mrs,
Henry L. Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. A.
��� ti catch is stated to have been
phi nomenal. Nets were used with
such success that one day's haul is
alone said to have totalled 30,000 fish.
Several hundred men and Innumerable boats were engaged In the work.
which is described as being of an ex-
citin gcharacter, so large were the
shoals of fish which were encountered. The Rangatira, to give her
British name, is a steamer of some
4000 tons and is the largest vessel
evei- equipped in this country for a
salmon-catching expedition iu Siberian waters.
Intend to appl;. for a license to pros-
l ��� cl for coal and petroleum on 'in
following described  lands:
Con;mencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner ol Central Park.
thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, them ��� south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to pla ��� of
commencement, containing 640 acres
moi������ or less.
EDITH LOUISE PATERSON,
T. .1. BEATTY, An. nt.
Located December T. 1909.
ALL AT
LLSPS
Nev/ Business
FINE    MECHANICAL    WORK    AND
GENERAL REPAIRING.   ANYTHING
FROM   A   CLOCK   TO   AN   AUTOMOBILE.    REPAIR LIST:
Cash   Registers
Dental  Machinery
Moving Picture
Machinery
Phonographs
Sewing Machines.
Electric  Batteries
Cameras
Cutlery
Models and   Patterns
Musical Instruments
Rifles
Typewriters
Surgical Instruments
Surveyors' Instruments
Safes
Clocks
Scales
Cream Separators
Carpet Sweepers
Door Checks
Automatic Machinery
Cash Drawers
W. WEBSTER, Mechanical
Expert
No.   10  Sixth  Street,  Dominion  Trust
Block.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that   thirty days after
date   I,   John    William    Be itt..   ol
Vancouver, li. i_'.. occupation painter,
intend to appl.   for a  lici nse to
peel   I       <   ��� .. :   i    '   ole :.,:   'e.i   the
following di scribed  lan
it a oo     ph : ;   '
the  northi isl   ce.i ii. .   . if    Mai j   S t
iiai s. northi asl    corni r po
i ���      dary road, one mile north of the
B.C.E.R.   ti .:.'.'. .i.    thi ii     li 8'J
i     ui -   thi     e wes    iU chains, tnence
east 8y chain i
i pi ncement, contain
ing G40 acres nn li
JOHM   WILLIAM   BEATTY,
T. J. BEATT
I.eee..,:. .1 d   :emb     7,  I
The Wardrobe
Clothier
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
GETOS3�� cassEBa��
;:���I'lirmTT'T"'-'^"'-'
NOTICE.
At Kirk's Hardware
COVERED ROASTERS
STOREY CAKE PANS
FOOD CHOPPERS
CHOPPING BOWLS
CHOPPING KNIVES
JELLY MOULDS
PATTY PANS
BREAD MIXERS
District of New Westminster.
Take notii el hirtj  days    '-'���������
date, 1 Thomas Jame Bei tty, of
Vancouver, B, O, o cupatlon miner,
Intend to apply for .. Ilcens to pros-
peel for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
Commi ncing at a pos; planted al
I the southwest corner of district lot
twenty twenty-live (2026), thence
north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thenoe south 80
ehains, thence west 80 chains to
place of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
THOMAS JAMES   BEATTY.
Located Decemher 7,  190U.
~    NOTICE. '
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I Catherine Florence Beatty of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
intend to apply for a license to pros-,
pect for coal and petroleum on the
following lands.
Commencing at a post planted |y
twenty chains east of T. J. li. north- Jj
west corner, thence north 80 chaii;:;. ,_,
thenco east 8o chains, thence soutn
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, to
place of commencement, containing
640 acres niOtt: or less.
CATHERINE FLORENCE BEATTY,
T. ,i. BEATTY, Agent.
Located  Decemher  J.  1909,
'*tt___i___it__*_____;i________^
ber and
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deaiert in All Kma" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Gias3.
NOTICE.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,New w*w-��, B. c.
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XMAS CARDS
We  have just received a  very great   range   of   XMAS   CARDS   from
whiu'E Polishers.      You  had better make your selections now
while the assortment is complete.      It will   not cost you  anymore
and you can gain a great advantage by doing your buying early.
Our selection  is  beyond comparison In the city.
District of New Westminster.
Tak.> notice thai  thirty (lavs ;in '.-r
Y,/ J' L,i,zzlc> Pater����n, of Vancouver, a p., occupation, lady, intend
to apply for a license to prospeci for
coal  and petroleum on  the following
described lands: h
Commencing at a post planted at
io  northeast     corner     of    l���t  % *
80 cL,.V"Sl,f" C"ah,s' t,,Pny" s"����>
80  ihains,    thence    east    80 chains
thence north 80 chains, to pla,, of
coni.neiicenient containing 640 aces
moi e or less.
LIZZIE PATBKSON
T. ,1. U...ATTY, Agent
Located Novembei
F 4RMERS ATTENTION! 1
Luml er Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining. I
- ��� ��� ��� ttmmm _i
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
t KS��3aB_BKrC3ETiTE2^'!;5S^
ROYAL
ENGLISH     EGYPT
PALMISTS PlAN
These pal,,,,sts ,!.,  Q0|   :.
please   a   perBOn,   I.ill     ,.     ;
trom the cra.il,. to the
it shows in your hand.     ui i
must   be    Batisfactorj  o
will be made.      \,m,,
bla Btreet, New W  itn In I
.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
��� IN���
THE        DAILY
NEWS
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New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, 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.
LAND   ACT.
New  Westminster  Land  District, District of New Westminster.
Take   noiice   that   v7l
McQuarrie, of    New \v,
C. occuaption,    bar . ti
. to apply fm  pi
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Commencing at  a  po
the shore of    Wi
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easterly following   the
dar yof Bald Lot : 178,
or  less to the wi
'limber  Limil     ::��� 7   I,
along the sai i wi siei!>
bi i'i  Timber  Llinll   38.7S     I
more or less to the i
of Bald Timber Limit. ;
following the Bouth bo
. r Limit 30 chair
10 the shore of  ll.'ilfi:	
southerly,    westerl; I
along ili'e slu.re of Halfi '
Welcome  Pass to poini
nn nt containing one hundred and sl*
ty 1160 acres more or li
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie,
Dated, November 23rd, 19
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You will find It to your advantage
to arrange your booking iit '; - ��"ice'
whether you Intend to travel or send'
lng for your friends.
Km- dates of Balling and particulars
apply tO
B. GOULET,
C. P. K. Agent.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL f 14,400,000.00
'��ESERVE 11,000,000.08
^ranches throughout Canada and
Newfv,lin<J;an<l, and in Loudon, England, Ne^ York. Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., aud Mexico City. A general,'
banking busln*?"! transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, availabln with
correspondents ln sfll parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit
received in  sums of  $1 and upward
NOTICE.
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 I Md interest allowed at 3 ppr cent, per
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
��nnum (present rare).
TotnJ. ABsets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
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CHRISTMAS PRESENTS j
Ebony Brushes and  Mirrors;  Fry's, Lowneys *
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District of New Westminster
Take notice that thirty days after
!;' "   ��� A. j.  Paterson,  of    Vancouver, ho., occupation broker, Intend
Sis! KS' "m on t,,e ion"*in��
.Commencing at a post planted al
he northeast corner of district loi ,
Bouth    to     Tf    80 chalns'  "'""''''i    ^H^ting and all kinds of labor
e   iL     , <"1!lina'   thPnce   easi su supplied.
11 ",1       tlience  north   80
P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
chains to
containing
Place or commencemenl
1,1,1 acres more or i,.RS
ADANIRAM   JUDSON   PATBRffON
.      ,  .     T. j. BEATTY, Agent
Located November 30, 1909,
H.E. ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next  CoBmopolltan   Hotel.)
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Is an event of tf l��A.
eral verdict of All' ft
is  that  they  waW. to
perience as ofl en an fK
food Is always of the h\,
clean,  wholesome  atid  sa
served In tlie best stylV',.  .
promptly.
and the #*
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TRAM  OFFICE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER  18, 1
909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THREE
iUNUOHT
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th half the labor, and at
ali the cost of other soap,
'���   i'.    noes   the   whole
v ashing  in  half the time,
yet   without   injuring   the
trust delicate fabric.
It  the Sunlight way.
w tlis directions.
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| This is the season of "Peace on Earth, Good Will
Toward Men," and we have
yet we are
Forced tc Move hy the Mer
chants' Bank of Canada
However, it is a long lane that has no turn,
ancl we are going to make this turn of advantage
to you by giving you the benefit of the greatest cut
in prices ever seen in New Westminster.
We solve all your Christmas
Present Troubles
and you will be more than repaid by calling on us at
our new quarters in
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM.
Keep Your Eye on This Paper Next Week
and Watch For Our Advertisement.
The Acme
Clothing Co.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
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Convention iieyrets Loss
I oi Mayor Keary
(Continued from Page One.)
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clpaUtles as are enforced upon limit-
. el liability companies and oilier corporations tinder the Companies and
ol lier acts.
The taxaUon ol automobiles in rural districts came in fo home discussion, li was urged thai automobile
owners Bhould pay a sir. , ol the cost
of road maintenance. i'lie claim
was made that this would be dual
taxation, since the govi rnmenl taxed
personal property and automobiles
were personal  property.
Reeve Kickbusb iCliilliwaek i
though! the whole proposition "as
absurd.
A Victoria representative staled
i ; ill" v. hole matter would ba
aheil at the next meeting ol the legislature. The automobile had come
to stay, and would be a great blessing to mankind. They might be do-
Ing damage now, but they would yel
be P'eael for the country. The matter
was referred I i the executive.
A number of resolui I mi from Saan-
ieh were discussed claus b. clause.
Si \' ral had been dealt w Ith under
other la ads, AU wei referred to
thi   executive.
Kamloops delegates Introduced a
joint resolution of the citj council
and the hoard of tra le asking the
convention to endorse the claims of
Kamloops to bi a divisional point on
tl e C.N.R.
Mayor Robinson, of Kamloops,
Btated thai it appeared thai the rall-
���. e  ill .;',;.;.,        |nt(   '   d     el      tO      paSS      UlC
city on the noi ih sl le of the Thompson river, building a rival town there.
lie moved a resoluti >. thai thi c
ventlon endorse the principle thai
Where the railway is subsidized it
shall pass through nearby cities. The
matter was referred to the executive
to llnd out what steps had bi en taken
along this line by oilier sessions, li
was pointed ou; during the discussion that other cities might he
placed in a position similar to thai
ln wliich Kamloops now found itself,
and that the mailer was therefore a
proper one to be deaii with by tin"
convention.
Reeve Poppy  (Langley) and Reeve
Hose (Surrey) brought forward a resolution  asking  for  better  protection
of  the   municipalities   adjoining    the
boundary    line.     Reeve   Poppy   ox-
plained    that    the    lntinicipnlties    in
question were Hooded with liohos and
' undesirables   who were   allowed   to
cross the International line Into Can-
' ada.    Their  exclusion  was too largo
! a matter for the municipal authorl-
! ties.     Tlie   resolution   was   also   endorsed.
A resolution was introduced by the1
municipalities of Surrej   and   Delta
asklni  toi ami i  its to l Ix  M mile-
Ipal  Elections aci   to permit munlcl-
palltli.. to drat'i   ... lav.., whlc    *
do awaj \\ Rh the necessity ol taJ
declai atlons i ach s i ar as to qu	
>    Ions.      The    i < Bolutlon   waa   , a
dm Bed.
Enderbj     submit;, d    a    n    i
dealing with municipal bands.   Mayoi
Bell  ol   thai   city, i sj laim |  thi
preseni  the munii Ipalltles bad no legal power in make grants foi   ban
Mayor   Kt arj    i X. a     \\ esti
Mayor Hall  i \ li toi la)  . .
McMillan    (Vancouvi r)    stated
their cltj soltcltoi s had
thai   thej   bad   the   powei   to   gi
money   tor   this   pui p. b<    bj   bylu\
Maj oi  Ki ai > stated thai lie bad bi i
advised bj  Chlel JuBtlcc Al< Call and
later by Josi ph Martin, K. C
i. solution   ... a
The ''iai. .   ���.       . . doi Be
A nn iin r i. Bolut lon from the same
city regarding the "Siwash'' or Intel diction act, caused much laui I ti
The    resolution    asked    th tl    a
man placed on this lisi be BUbjei i i i
punishmem thi same as If be was a
full blooded Indian.
.Mayor Hall (Victoria) thoughl thai
the act was too lax. Il wbb hard to
enforce this law". lie thought that
photographs of "Slwashed" whiti
men be sent to every licensed liouse
in the district.
Ex-Mayor Kealy (North Vancouver) ;is a magistrate gave some personal observations on the matter, It
was Impossible ror saloon men in a
place like Vancouver city lo know
these interdicted men by name. Under present conditions he thonghi the
aci a farce. He did noi think the
Dominion government would allow a
white man to be put In the Indian
act, no matter how low he got. He
thought the bttawa governmenl could
devise some way of getting over this
difficulty.
Aid. McMillan opposed the resolution on  tb.' ground  thai   to "Siwash"
a man was to si ill further debase hi a.
He reduced thi matter to on. of
liquor, Maj o Bell oi Endei bj <"'-
! jected to the discussion taking bu i
a wide sphere.
An amendment  to refer the matter
to   the   i \i euli, e   was  Carried.
A   :; : thei   End     i;    r< solution   I'��� ���>-
\ iu. tl the reeve oi a rural maul-
.       : ... _le       .
till'   1 ' . ...
vv. ie assi ssed. Ree\i Evans .-' ��� '
Instances bf cases where the munl-
i ipalltj waa pui ae much unnecew j
expense through ih; neve not being
ed.       . hi   .1.   P.'s  in   bli   i-is-1
Ilia!    . ; i   >
the  municipality.      It   was noi   ri
hey sh   ild  bi     able to s    nd
public monej  al  I In ii ov,.. dlsi        m.
He thought thai the J. P.'s shou]    I e
... lied :.. pasi  ...aa Ination.     Oul
of     1 1   cases,   no    one     i ��n\ ii li.ili   le.al
the . 'Uii. i. bi
i        was ri fen
to
i >
.ht
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bean   see .1 .   '.
���   iii" bill.
e xecutlve,
Ex-Mayor Planta, Nanaimo, br
forward  i'o.wai,i  the    question
home for aged and destitul    I
ior the lower  mainland.     Thl
alieady hei a taken before the goi i i
ineiii   bin   had  not    been  acted up   i.
This was also reported to the ex
live.
ll was left to the executive to take
up with the provincial government.
the maiiei of changes to the board of
control clauses in the act, and the
protection  of  boulevards.
The matter of affiliation with the
I'nion of Canadian M iinicipnliiiea
was lefl to the executive to secure
full Information, and take steps toward  this end.
Mayor Hodglns Of Nanaimo moved
that in future all resolutions be printed and distributed to the' deleg ites
on arrival. Thc date of nice: ing:
should be a standing one and resolutions Bhould, six weeks before ' '
lime, be in the hands of the s< c e-
lary. Tin- resolution was secon led
by Mayor Robinson (Kamloops) and
cirri, d.
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Jackson Printing
Company
have finished installing their
new plant in the new Thomson
block, Market square, and are
now prepared 'to execute all
orders promptly. They have
put in an up-to-date cylinder
press (the first in the city) for
doing the finest half-tone work
in black and colors, as well as
the better grades of commercial
work.      TELEPHONE 388.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Christmas  and  New  Year
Rxcursion Rates to all
Points.
One and one-third fare rei urn trip
tickets on sale Doc. 21 to Jan. 1, good
to return Jan. 5.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. 1'. K. Agent.
or c. B. FOSTER, Q, P. A,. Vancouver
First Arrival of
New Fall Goods
In all the latest shades and fashions.
Just opened out. You'll be delighted
to see them.
J. NJiihlsoMIerchant Tailor
COLUMBIA 8TREET.
Xmas Smoking Jackets
A Smoking Jacket or House Coat
with a Merry Christmas card attached is a through ticket for
any man to the Land of Happy
Evenings and Sundays. There's
a certain style of refinement
about our lines of Jackets that
makes them different.
The double-faced Golf Cloth Is  hy  far  our   most popular  style.
The colors are olive, Oxford, hlue, brown, etc.    Prices
$3.50 up to $13.50
Rath and Lounging Hobos, in choice styles.    Prices
$8.00 to $15.00
Xmas Neckwear
When anyone says "Christmas
Ties" to us we swell with pride.
We have the finest line of neckwear that ever graced a clothing
store or toggery shop.
Handsome styles���exclusive patterns���host makers' host. am
the popular shapes, from silks, thai nre the Bnest productions  front foreign  and  domestic  looms.      LO&g Price  Kanpo
25c, 50c, 65c, to $1.00 or $1.50
ASK   FOR  OUR   MERCHANDISE  CERTIFICATES.
Reid & Company
Headquarters
For
Christmas
Shoppers
Clothiers and
Furnishers
Easily
Located,
tven
in the Fog
Something Unique is
T\
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cako
THE LADOC8 ARE CHARMED WOT IT.   MADE OBIT BT
J THE COWAN CO.. LU.. TORONTO
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The Daily News Schools Close tor
Christmas Holidays
SATURDAY,  DECEMBEF
Published by Tne Dally .News Publisti
Ug Company, Limited, at their offices
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc
Kenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
a Christmas tree was prepared, from
which each child oi thai department
received something.
When all was over and visitors had
departed, the teachers sat down to a
dainty feast prepared by the ladies oi
th��   staff.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER   18,   1909.
A DESIRABLE CLASS.
iContinued from Page One.)
mie  Burnett,    Mildred    Owen.  Susie
Loree,    Dorothy    Powell,    Emmalline
Wilson. Vivian Brown. Nellie Ayling.
Clara  Martin.   Rita  Mack,  Amy   Mar-
tin,  Bessie  Nelson.    Florence Miller.   Chong Quan Maj Ca
Ellen  Johnson.    Katie    Goulet,   Mar-   S^rie._ Harol^Whlt
jorie    Whiteside,      Thelma    Innsley.
olive Reichenbach, Elin Melin. Mabel
Recommended���Cork. Shaw, Estel-
la Croll. Ruth Robinson, Helen Walker. Edna Eastman, Alice Mercer.
First, Proficiency, Mamie Burnett.
First Grammar. Susie Loree.
First Arithmetic, Mildred Owen.
Division  IV..  Miss  Homer.      Third
The scheme outlined by Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy    for  the  encouragement of what    are    known in Great
Britain as small holders, to settle 1�� I t0Tuidor*Fourth.
Canada, appears to be a most excel-j     ^jlna Vivian Munn. Minnie Eleanor
lent one.     Sir Thomas, finding there Graham,    Margaret  Susan    McAskill,
were some thirty-five thousand appll- ^8^^^ShLTS"
cants for sixteen hundred small nota- Murie,    Burnetti    Elizabeth    Valorle
ings wliich were  recently offered in Empey, Minnie Beatrice Smith. Elsie
the old country, and recognizing there Kathleen  Kirk. Winnifred Dauphinee,
wer  ample  opportunities  for  accom- M.^Veit.^         ^ ^^    ^.^
modal ing these people over Here, nai ^ geEjor Tlli,.d
hit upon the idea of preparing blocks M..ry  slljnKi  Jennie   Bryson,  Ethel
or land that will suit this class of the Prescott,   Leila   Greer    Annie   Archi-
Britisli community.     He proposes to bald   Dorothy Lee, Claria Trethe* y
, i,n,i  .���,. ti.e Caroline Kennedy. Edith tones, Bene
assign  small sections ol  land  toi   UU ^^    ^^   BeQd      Margaret   M.inn,
purpose,   fence   the  holding,  erect   a llan.i,.| uodds.
house, break up part of the soil, and Division VL, Miss Leamy.     Second
sow it, so that the settler will be able to Intermediate.
to set  to work on  the land immedi
ately  upon his arrival.
The small holders, or petit fanners of Great Britain, are an industrious and deserving class oE people,
who invariably possess a Bmall amount
of capital. The scheme prepared by
the president of the Canadian Pacific
railway, on which behalf he presumably speaks, would enable any of these
small English agriculturalists with a
capital of $500 to make a first rate
opening in this country. They are
just exactly the type oi settlers that
Canada requisites an l would be certain to prosper and make good citizens. We hope to see this admirable project put into shape without delay.
Annie Mav Kirk. Clara Knudson.
Division   VII..   Miss   Stott.     Second
to Third Reader.
Allan Peebles, Claudia Furness, Sadie    McWhlnnie,      Richard    Empey,
Maud Hughes, Winnie Cameron.
Sapperton.
At  the Sapperton school  the exercises were held in the morning.
; hi   kindergarten and junior grade
program began at 9:30 a.m., and was
Promotion  List  Boys'  School.
1. PRIMER  CLASS.
Promoted from Division IX, Miss
M. L. Ahercrombie, teacher, to Divis
ion Vill, Junior grade���Chong Hong.
Campbell, Margaret
more, May Bur-
Tit, Maud Cunningham, Lyle Munny.
Nora Reid, Austin Smitli, Viola Belyea, Vidal Kearley, Alvin Sterling
Robert Rennie, George Hepburn.
Chas. Gilley, Isabel McAskill, Walt. .
P. Brown, Tom Jung Yee, Inues A.i-
ams, Valentine Lewis, Margaret Stod-
dart, Charles Diamond, Efiie Howes,
and David Boyle.
Promoted trom Division VIU, il
Primer class, Miss Crake, teacher,
to Divisions VI aud Tl, Junior grade
���Marjorie Douglas. Helmer Enrlck
son, Stephen Emptage, Chong Chew.
Beatrice Bowden, Ethel Gregg, Harold Gilley, Roy Cambridge, Joyci
Poingdestre, Archie Brown, Loroli
Hansen, Dorothy Jackson, Doris
Webb, Dougal Hadden, Tom Quea.
Mungo Duncan. Beatrice Gilley, Lillian Furness, Harold Gregg, Arthui
Owen, Lena Witt. Ewan Fisher, Arthur c. Cosman, Arthur Roe, Robe::
Mark, William Linn. Hector Fis.a
Gaith Calblch, Willie Woods and Clii-
ii.id   Todd.
Promoted trom Division VII, li
Reader class, Junior .grade, Miss E
K. Burnett, teacher, to Division V, Intermediate grade���Erei-jda Wi|soni
Roy Gorai.son, Wiliam Currie, Margaret Ferguson, Reginald Davie, M. l-
ville Eadtiy. John Ford. Kay Damas-
ke. Leonard Harvorth, Gladys G-oss
and Fernand Gauthier.
Promoted   from     Division     VI,     li
Reader, Miss M. S. Archibald, te
er, to Division IV. Intermediate grade I
���Alice   Bowden,   Sing   Quong,   Tom i
Kennedy, Hong  .Man,  Reva Damask
late   grade.   Mr.   D.   11.   Lowthei,
tier, to Division HI, Senior grade
. ti, .   Gordon,   Robei i   Douglas,
l :., Id, Basil Smith and Samuel
.. .
. i  from  Division  IV, Inter-
grade,    Miss J.  T.    Rowan,
. to Division III, Senior grade
.    Doyh . .lack McAllister, Louise Dougherty, Frederick Bowden, Da-
Mi Irose   Dockrill,  George
rist,   Hugh   Logan.  Gilbert   Rim-
acres,    Luarrell    Curtis,      Raymond
Turnbull   and   Tom   Erlckson.
I'i emoted from  Division  III,  Mr.  J.
11. Price, teacher, to Principal's room
Raymond Burt  and Douglas Collis-
ti r.
Promoted from Division VII, Mr. N.
S. Stople, teacher, to Principal's room
���Leonard Postill. Kosabura Shimizu,
las Robson. Roy H. L, Davis,
John K. Smith, Clarence H, Wilson,
George C. Cross, and Stanley A. Solomon.
CORRESPONDENCE
Editor Daily News:
Dear Sir.���1 read in yesterday's paper that ill.' Guichon family does not
want us to keep the name of "Guichon" for the new hotel. They do
not need to tee' alarmed, for w< have
no intention of keeping the name
"Guichon," but we will change the
��� ame when we please.
PROPRIETOR.
New Westminster, Dec. 16, 1909.
77ie
Appreciated Gift
is one that will bring comfort and satisfaction every
one of the 365 days of the year. It is the permanent
gift of substantial worth that you will be glad ycu
have given. Now is the time to buy. Just received a
carload of furniture and every piece has been careful-
ly selected for our Christmas trade and our store is
full to overflowing with the most artistic productions, in
the furniture world that money and experience can
buy.   Open    evenings   all   Christmas   week.
L. F F y S  Furniture Emporium
^^   ���"^   ^**__\      \____f Lee's  Block, Columbia  Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Phone 73
held in  the new  kindergarten  build-j John   Ramsay,   Vioelt   Solomon,   Jos-
LEOPOLD   AND   THE   CONGO.
The death of King Leopold II. more
familiarly known perhapt) as the King
of the Belgians, is not likely to cause
any unusual disturbance in the political atmosphere of Europe, though It
may temporarily agitate the monej
markets ol the world. The 1 ... kil
i nj..yd a not very pleasant noti
on account ol the unsatisfactory state
lng under the direction ot Miss Robson and Miss Wood. The program
for the intermediate classes was conducted conjointly by Miss McLean
and Mr. McCallum.
The senior grade exercises were
held in Principal Mackenzie's room.
The chief feature of the program in
this room was a debate by a number
of the pupils, the subject being: Resolved that the Pen is Mightier than
the Sword, the resolution supported
by William Hassard, Erma Doughty,
and Ada Sipprell, The speakers on
the negative side were Nellie Ermis,
John Garrett and Elmer Cameron.
This debate aroused great interest
and called forth much commendation
Horn the trustees and parents preseni. each speaker making many good
points and giving expi (.-.-ion to their
Ideas in a lucid and forcible manner.
Florence   Hodge  and   Melville    Lor
i . ch i ead a criMque and di
charged their duties in a very credi
able   i.a.inter.
Afti r  the    debate    a  number    i
verj  good, recitations were well
eph Whitmore, Paul Meyers, William
Machie, Otio Oleson. Leslie Kearley,
John Ballyk, James Gunn, Sarah Ei i-
ptage, Roland Hood, Kay Reid, Chong
Dow, Earl Grey, John Clark, and Coi
don Currie.
Promoted   from  Division   V,   Inter-
"GET   THE   HABIT"
HURRY! HURRY!
HURRY!
Not many shopping days bi fore
Christmas. Shop early and avoid
tbe   rush.
The  Pair
G46 Columbia Street.
We buv for casb and sell tor the same
r onday December 20
Direct from a Phenomenal
Record Breaking Run
Of One Whole Season at the  New York
Theatre, New York
MOREY'S, 665 Columbia Street
of affairs  in I        Congo,    the al
treatment    which  he    meted out   to i dered by Cora Munday, Lavinla Rich
: i   hia  e.i  iren  and   relatives is, Carmen Little .Charles Patch
and I . . datlon with the Baroni ss
Vaughan.
1.. opold was, how evei   m many i.-
spects an admirable   mi narch.      He
.     '    tl   ll .1   ;a   thl     a:   a	
Belgium  and  thi   bi nefacl        I    his
I ��� ople.     To his stn .f purpose,
his good stal ip and bis liinit-
��� nergj   th      I countr;
no doubt owes its won lerl
at home and the ci ' lonlal
expansl m wliich is  ba    developed in
modern times.      The late    king  was
honored  and  revi r< d  by  his peoph ,
and tlnre is little ma:ter for surprise
that  liis d.'aiu  bas  caused   universal
. ning.
How    far    King    Leopold    was to
blame  lor   the    Congo    atrocitl
'������   .. h the world has heard so much,
I     a  not  easy   to   say.      His  tru
friend   and   adviser,   Senator   Winter.
Bays the king was the victim ot circumstances, and that a bad system of
administration  bad  grown  up  in   tlie
colony whicli it was beyond the royal
power  to  deal   with   effectivi ly.      It
may be that under the new regime a
means   will   be   found  '��'  putting   the
affairs of    the Congo   State upon a
more  satisfactory   basis.      Tins   colony  Is,  commercially,   very   valuable,
inasmuch as it provides the greater
proportion of    the  rubber    required
throughout the world for manufacturing purposes.     This substance is now
used for so many  Important purposes at tlie present day that the demand
has long been greater than the supply.      To  this circumstance  is  attributed the Immfense wealth of the late
king, who held large interests In  the
rubber industries of Hie colony.
WANT TAX  LEVIED
AT  MOUTH  OF  PIT
Toronto, Dec. 17.���Mr. W. R
Siuyilie, M.P., Mr. R. it. Gamey M.'
P.P., ami Mr. U. T. Shillington, M.I'.
P., and others Interested in milling,
waited on Uie provincial government
and asked that a ten per cent tax
be levied on all minerals at the pit
mouth, instead of the varying tax
levied at present. The Premier said
he would niake no promises, but
would consider the proposal later.
OTTAWA   MAN  GETS
PRIZE  FOR  SCIENCE
and   Charles   Rennie..
Add.. 3ses  then   followed    by    th ���
an ol the board of school
lees, T. .1. Trapp, Ti usti e  Thorn ���
Rev. E. Thompson anel D. McDo
At   thi   close oi  the  exei c .a       �� i
pupils came for ai I, i loi  nei   H
and Charles Pati hell, and, i< adin
addri a...   ;        i     |     i'i;,...,
.  on   b .hall  ol   the  pupils,
with   b   beautiful   travi lling  case,   to
which  presentation    Mr.    Macki
suitablj replii d. After a general v I h-
Ing of the coi of thi   ��� ��� -    m
the   pupils   wi re   dismissed   for   the
Christmas vacation.
Lord  Kelvin  School.
At the Lord Kelvin school also
the closing exercises tock place In
the morning, commencing at 10
o'clock in the lower hall of the Bch io
Rev. c. W. Brown took the chair an
gave <t fine address1 ol {greeting to
the huge number of visitors and children. Among other things he congratulated the children on having
such a line building and grounds at
their disposal. The children then
took charge and entertained the visitors with a fine entertainment. Harry
Bond  acted  the part. Of  Santa Clans.
Following the children's program,
Trustee Loree, the representative of
the school board, spoke referring to
the crowded condition of the schools
and of the efforts being made to
build more schools to accommodate
the rapidly growing population.
Then followed the presentation. All
the teachers received presents but
only two were presented during tne
entertainment. The firtfl was to the
principal and then, altar bis becoming reply, the children of Division II.
presented their teacher, ii. i. Spurr,
with a beautiful toilet set consisting
of a fine brush, shaving outfit, etc.
In his reply he said that although
brought up in the fine province of
Nova Scotia, he had come to the conclusion that B. C. offered the best opportunities to the teacher and of the
cities of B. C, he chose tbat of New
Westminster.
After a few more remarks of farewell by the principal, who wished
them all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year on behalf of the staff,
this part of the exercises were
brought to a close by singing of the
National Anthem. The children of
the primary department then assembled in  Miss  Marshall's  room   where
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
Goods
SPECIAL   TODAY���China   Cups   and
Saucers In window���10c ������ach.
With the
Incomparable Pert!
Handsomest Chorus Travelling
Company of 75        Augmented Orchestra
Thursday,     Dec.     23
America's Greatest Play
Willi
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A.
in Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Leather Goods, Calendars,
Cards, Pictures, Crockery,
China, Glassware and NOVELTIES of every description. Twenty.three Years' Experience in this particular
trade means something,
shows up in our stock. Come
and see it.
Brady   and  Joseph  R.
Announce
Grismer
MOREY'S, 665 Co! *mbia Street
Mill
OF THE
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4 MONTHS
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THCATRE
PHILADELPHIA
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By George Broadhurst
Now in its Fourth Triumphant Year.
"The best  play I have ever  seen"���Colonel   Roosev. .
What the Wife Wants for
Christmas
GIVEN   HERE   WITH   A   SPECIAL      CAST   OF        PLAYtKS,
WHICH   MUSTERS   A   ROLL   OF   THE   BEST   ARTISTS ON
THE   AMERICAN   STAG E
Prices 25c   to  $1.50
A Practical Demonstration of Affection Such as
A LburedelnNof5fACE P��L\C/ a85urln8 an i"1"    <*��uld    th
bin den of tbe home suddenly fall  upon ber shoulders
AN   ENDOWMENT  POLICY   FOR   THE   CHILDREN
vestment for  your child   tliere i.s  absolutely    	
to the policy wo can gtve you.
A  FIRE   INSURANCE  OR    ACCIDENT
home against loss by
IT. "3
As   an   in-
nothlng superior
sudden  and
policy  protecting
Unexpected  disaster.
Iho
White, Shiles &Co
628 Columbia St��� New Westminster.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FKED MERCHANTS.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
Toronto, Dec. 17.���Thomas L. Will-
son, of Ottawa, has boon awarded thp
MoOharles prize of one thousand dollars for discoveries in various scientific fields, treating ore, providing
against electrical accidents and the
like. Mr. Willson won the prize for
the discovery of a system of using
calcium carbl.de.
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RDAY. DECEMBER   18,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.   "1
GORDO
Big Dry Goods
SPORTING NEWS
JM JOHNSON ^^^
AND SPEED MANIA
Special Sale of Furs
Friday and Saturday
THIS WILL GIVE  YOU  AN   OPPORTUNITY     TO      SELECT     A
NICE   FUR   FOR   A   CHRISTMAS GIFT.
Elegant Mink Stole with wide cape ami  long ends, a   handsome
garment. Regular price $125;  sale price  $75
���giacfc Siberian Fur Stole and Cushion   Muff,   with   natural   head
very fashionable. Regular price $45; sale price $25
gable Stole and Cushion Muff,  very choice skins.  Regular    price
-:'   Bale price $38.50
., Mink stole and Muff, very smarl  Btyle   Reg, prii
price W
Whii.. Foxaline  Muff and Stole, very smarl style iar young girls.
pri,,. $17.50;  sale price    $iu
j Marmot   Huffs,  marked  at $4, $6.DO and $10
j DON'T   MISS     THESE     BARGAINS.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
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THERE COMES A TIME
win 11 letters blur, when lines run together and
reading beco una. difficult. OUR SCIENTIFICALLY
FITTED GLASSES WILL ENABLE Vol TO
SEE CLEAR LY.
Optical Parlor. iw       p      TATF
Dominion  Trust   Bldg.     VV ���    1  ���     1 r\ 1 __*
���     ������:���������:-y-yy-:%#%%$%% * ���������..:,,:. ..y;y:ry.y2.:
Manager    Little   Seeks to     Have  the
Forfeit   of  the   Fight   Well
Protected.
SEATS WILL RANGE
FROM $5 TO $100
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fe<;ijf ItFORNiTURt'BtMtft
*W     'miViit fc'CARPETS. OIUlWHSAINBtO*;
Xmas.
Thinking of presents? Come
and let us help you to choose
something useful. Presents
for the young and adults.
You   Must   Be   Flush   to   See   Jeffries   ��� _
Johnson Fight���will star About    : Look in and see us before buying elsewhere.
2 p
M.
New York, Dec. 17.���Johnson arises
ivlth loud howls of Indignation be-
��� Little, his white manager, de-
Ired to inject iuto the business men's
agreement a clause protecting John-
i'.licit in case the grim reaper
should hone up his scythe aud glean
the colored maduro champion before
Jeffries has a chance at the harvest.
On Becond thought, Little knew
what he was doing. A peep at. Jolin-
Bon's automobile record shows some
' ..use for that "hoodoo claus:1" in
the contract. A champion is a champion all righl enough and supposed
to be constructed of tough meat, bul
in. man ever boui of woman could
I'm a sixty horsepower automobile up
e^aiiisl a brick wall Or a church 01
ome other little thing like thai ami
come out unscathed. Every day or
so we read of some speed-mad gen-
tleman being gathered unto his fathers by the automobile route and the
faster he was going when the wheel
came off, the smaller the pieces and
the bigger the article
Johnson is rather new to the automobile gam.���it wasn't so very long
ago thai Lit He Goldie's financial condition was such that had automobiles
been selling for seven dollars tl \' carload,  he  could   not   have    purchased
the rich aroma lingering ip tlie wake
,   of a two-cylinder road rat���hut con-
. ���!  siderlng the shortness of   his record,
:'.:=  Johnson  has  made a name  for him-
:a;  self,       He   is   known   from  coast  to
I  coast for the number of times he had
*   to  stand   up  in   the  police  court  and
__   explain to the judge he was not doing
5  much more than sixty miles an hour.
g  It wouldn't have ben a half bad idea
1  to have Inserted a clause in those ar-
�� tides of    agreement    limiting John-
;-'   son's speed  to fifteen miles an hour
Chicago, Dec. 17.���Tex Rickard today gave out the following Information as to the Jeffries-Johnson fight;
"The bout Will start about -
o'clock on the afternoon of July 1. I
have- no idea who the referee will
be. but 1 could name a lot ot men
who haven't a chance to laud the job.
"We haven't decided on what we
will charge for tlie seats, and naturally we won't until we bave settled on
a place loi holding the tight and
know jr 1 what seats we win have.
The chances are lb
will sell a
to accommodate
eoast ^^^^^^^^^^^
afford more ihan that. 1 hi 0 there are
likely   to   be   some-   ringside
$11)0.
s   are   tlie   cheapest   beats
6  a throw,  lor  we  wanl
    our   pations   out  on
who   mighl   not   be   able   to
seals   at
W. E FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
618 Agnes Street.
A Free  Gift
For
Negro  Tried  to Stall.
San Francisco, Dec. 17.���That Jack
Johnson wanted the coming fight pm
oil   as   long  as   possible  i.i   ordei'     to I
reap all the financial beneiit he coii.d,
is the statement of John j. Gleason,
the partner of Tex Rickard In    promoting the bout Gleason, who arrived
I from Xew  York a few days ago after
! signing  up   the  contestants    for   the
world's championship battle.
Gleason says that when the date
of the battle was being discussed Jeffries was for fighting within three
months, but ii was Johnson and his
manager, George Little, who persisted in holding out for the fourth of
July. According to Gleason, Johnson
is the man who is trying to stall the
battle off as long as possible.
"The   men   bave   their   forfeits   up,
' each of them turning over $11,000 to
Big Tim Sullivan," continued Gleason.
1 "Both Rickard and mysell  deposited
so   there     is     no
Christmas of  Pine  Art   Pictorial
Calendars at
sons speeu  lo  uureu  ......a, ....    , an   equal   amount,    so   there     is
li  would be a thousand pities and a  chance for ..nv howl l0 be ralsed ou
Btaggerlng  blow  to  humanity   should   ^.^  ll.l].,i,,u|;u. j.c
TKE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
WE HAVE IMPORTED FROM THE OLD COUNTRY DIRECT
NINE DIFFERENT PICTORAL CALENDARS, THE FINEST
AND MOST ARTISTIC PRODUCTIONS PROCURABLE, AND
IN OPDER THAT EVERYONE MAY BECOME POSSESSED
OF ONE OF THESE ARTISTIC   PICTURES
We Will Give Away os a Free Gift
TO EVERY PURCHASER OF GOODS TO THE VALUE OF
ONE DOLLAR AND UPWARDS BEGINNING CHRISTMAS
WEEK. MEANTIME ANY OF OUR CUSTOMERS MAKING
PURCHASES FROM THIS DATE BY LEAVING THEIR
NAME WILL HAVE WHATEVER SUBJECT THEY PREFER
RESERVED FOR THEM.
The Old Country Boot Store
J. Stewart, Prop. 661 Columbia Street
ffafffciffi^a-y-ig'Kg'-
Xmas Fancy Goods
NEW DESIGNS IN CUSHION TOPS. CENTRES. DOYLIES. TOWEL OR TIE RACKS, WORK BAGS. FANCY
WORK   APRONS.  COLLARS.       JABOTS. HANDKER
CHIEFS.  ETC..  ETC. ���������,���_-,_.
IF  YOU  ARE   WANTING SOMETHING TO EMBROIDER
WE   HAVE    IT.
anything happen to Jack Johnson before July I. 1910. After that the
sp.ed limit could be removed.
Victoria   Wins   from   Seattle.
Victoria,   Doc.   17.���In  a  fast   and
spectacular game lasi night Victorias
crack   basketball   team   defeated   Seattle with a score of 30 to 27.
thai  particular point.
"The money of the fighters is to go
as a side bV Jeffries insisted upon
this, and as Johnson seemed willing
enough there was no room for trouble
over   it.'" ' '
Hockey Embroglio.
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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Victoria, Dec. L7.���A crisis baa aris-j
en in the affairs of the British Col-
.. bla   I lockey   union   through    Van-'
couver rei islng    i rec su - i
pension ol Bayfield for rough plaj inl
the match Vancouver vs. North Van-
tver, played on N n embi r 2 i. In a I
��� am  reci Ived  here 'bis evening
Vancouvei   club  r fuses to  pi iy
5_ Victoria here on Saturday unless Bay-
. I ia re-lnstated. Thi   hockey  union
refused ti I Its di cisloa, and
3s   Vancouver   climbs   down   tlie
ime   will   be   the   ostracizing   ol
it   team trom the British Columbia
Hockey league.
New   Bisley   Target.
London. Dec IT.���It is learned that
it  is  Intended  to introduce  Into  the
I King's prize competition at  Bisley i
i figure   target   on   approved     service
1 lines   Tbe   new   targe-   will   supplant
[the bullseye target al 500 yards, and
will be what   is known as a second
class sectional target, such as is used
in the vi'i\ley match at  Bisley. Tin1
target will be colored bine and brown.
Tbe   seining   values   will   ri mam    as
hitherto.
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Northern   Crown   Bank ���
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rpid   is sa
Full sized Tots (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.
FRONT
Sawyer Will Leave.
The chances an thai the Rovers
will soon lose one ol theii best players in the person of S. Sawyer, who
iias been centre half ol tbe team for
the past season. He la talking ol leaving for San Francisco on Monday and
his dep.u nee will certainly leave a
gap in the team whicli will be hard to
fill.   Sawyer   ha?   always   put      Up     a
good game while playing with the local team and has shown himself to be
a good sport. The team have not yet
located a man to lake his place although   it   is   undei stood     that     tbey
! have several capable players iu view
Looking for a Manager.
New Yoik. Dec. IT.��� K. K. Coleman,
owner of the Scranton, Pa., club ol
the New Yoik Stat., leagu . is here
looking for a manager, li was said
that be had made propositions to Sam
Strang, formerly genera] utility managei- of the New York National and
now of the Baltimore club, to Mal
doss of the Philadelphia Americans,
and Hughey Beams of Baltimore, and
ii is believed that one of these will
be chosen.
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HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
OPERATING     CHIEFLY      IN     WESTERN     CANADA.
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL $6,000,000
PAID  UP CAPITAL *2,200,000
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The Twentieth Century belongs to Canada���and especially to the
West. In this era of development Western financial institutions
must play an important part. The Northern Crown Bank invites
those who have the interests of the West at heart to share in the
enjoyment of its privileges.
ONE   DOLLAR   WILL   OPEN  A   SAVINGS   ACCOUNT      WITH      US.
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New Westminster.
...Announcement...
KeepYol^H^usc Warm j
j        cas-hS^S^Vor,
JAWIES & McCLUGHAN
GOOD  SECOND-HAND
Big   Race  Meet for Spokane.
Spokane. Dec 17.���A race meet sec
ond to none in the northwest is assured for the Interstate fail next fall.
The pmses hung up will exceed anything evei' offered in the inland empire.  With  bin   fourteen    merchants
subscribing   ovei-   $2,000   to   start   the
ball rolling, a committee consisting ot
John  L. Smith, president of the b.,lr
association,  and   Jacob  Goldstein   of
the  I.  x.  L Clothing company, bis
started  a  whirlwind  campaign  lo  secure  from   the  merchants,   naaoufac-
tiireis, Jobbers,   hotel   keepers   and
bankers  of   this city   a  $ln,00i)   fund
to he given as additional  race prizes
at   next   year's   fair.  The   purses  will
average  trom  12,600  to  (3,000  a  day
during   the   six-day   meet   al   the   fail-
grounds  next  fall, and  this  Inducement  is  expected  to attract   to  Spokane  the  best   harness  ami  running
stock  in  America.
OUR   STOCK   CONSISTS   IN
PART   OF   PERFUMES.   MIRRORS,   BRUSHES,   CHOCOLATES.,        SAFETY RAZORS,
DRESSING   CASES,   TRAVELLING      CASES,       MANICURE
SETS,   HANDKERCHIEF   CAS
ES,  INK  STANDS, GOLD   RIM
EYE   GLASSES     AND     SPECTACLES,     FANCY        COMBS,
HAND   BAGS,   PURSES,   CAR
RY-ALLS,   LADIES.'   COMPANIONS,   JEWELL   BOXES,   KODAKS AND TOO  MANY  OTH
ER THINGS TO. MENTION   IN
THIS     SPACE.    WE     INVITE
YOU   TO     OUR     STORE     TO
LOOK   OVER   OUR     ASSORTMENT.
COOK STOVES  FOR SALE  CHEAP.
j good seconu.^   co Wcstminstcr J
Will   Run  in  Dugdale's Yard.
__r& r��rrYp}YY;
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terday arranged  to  run t b    nu��
day, December   26,   the   daj
Christmas.  Both art
for the contest.
after
already 'training
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
iv�� rier ?
A Rare
Christmas
Gift
but yet what more acceptable or
appropriate gift could you give
your wife than an accident, tire 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
62
" The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
For scows, tow
boats, jobs or
any kind on the
Coast apply t0
11. HDB
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CHOICE CREAMERY BUTTER-
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.$8.00
14-lb.  boxes
28.1b. boxes
SELECTED EGG8���
3 dozen for *1,00
PERRIN 80DA BISCUITS���
Regular price 30, per tin... -25c
ROYAL     HOUSEHOLD
FLOUR���
Five Roses, per sack   $1-8&
ROWAT'S SAUCE���
Per bottle 10c
ROWAT'S PICKLES���
Large bottle 25c
Try Fader s Special Fresh Ground Coffee, 35c lb.
I I. FADER'S
GROCERY
ODD FELLOW8' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
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I was a sufferer for about two years
with eczema on the legs and ankles.
1 tried three or four different doc-
tors and none oi them did me any
good. I then went to a skin specialist and be was no better.
I was reading the 'Sun,lay World
nnd happened to see your ad. l al"
very thankful thai I did. I sent for a
sai ple bottle and it did me so much
good l senl for a $1.00 bottle, mid a
cake of soap. That is all I used and '
am perfectlj well, and l don't thinl.
ii wlll return. 1 bav. advised several
Others to use it and the results have
been   the   sam. ���."
(Signedi       I. W. t'ol.NS.
Tlie results are lhe same in every
ease���ix D. D. Prescription Instantly
soothes and relieves the awful Itch
and permanently cures Eczema and
all   binds oi skin diseases.
I have known it to happen so ���"any
times thai I have full confidence n>
D. n. I). Frank Mackenzie, druggist,
New   Westminster.
If you are a sufferer why not try
II.   I).   I),   at   once?
For free sample bottle of D. D. D.
Prescription write at once to the D.
I). D. Laboratory. Department NN,
23  Jordan  sireet, Toronto.
For sale by all druggists.
*���:*>���
MARKET
REPORT
Dies.
17.���Red
:
in
Most of Us Arc Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
A Savings Account at
the Bank of Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars for
future us?.
Suppose you open an
accouni with a few dollars to start with ($1.00
wlll   do),   and    see   how
much you can add to
your balance before next
Xew   Vear.
We pay interest on
your balances.
CajJila! $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,030
��ee^#������^.��lil.��#��l��:��C��W��<tle����������
The market yesterday was attended with no unusual features. Considering the weather there was a good
crowd there and a large amount of
busini ss was transacted. The supply
of meals and poultry was unusually
large but it was all sold to good advantage. There was a drop oi five
cents in the price of eggs which ough
ne bi w. Icome news to the hotel and
restaurant keepers of the city. There
was a good supply of that commodity
but the demand was slack. The buyers would not purcha.se immediate requirements evidentlj figuring on a
further drop in price in the near future.
Veal  and pork  showed a  tendency
to advance  slightly   in   price.    There,
was a  good  demand for both.    There
was a good display of iamb, mutton |
and beef, for all of whicli there was a
good    demand.      Fowl    and chickens
were largely  in demand  and all   that
offered   found   a   ready   sale.       Tliere
was   a   great   demand for   turkeys,
geese, and ducks, and supply was uot |
equal  to  the demand.      This  was on I
account of the Christmas demand for |
Christmas birds, many of the purchas- j
ers preferring to buy this week rather
than wait for   the special   Christmas
market,  when there is sure to be a
great  crowd    nnd    a  possible  rise in
price of good jirds.
The demand for the best grades of
apples was very good and the supply
all sold out early In the day. For potatoes tho supply and demand were
fair.
All through the market tliere were
notices posted up to the effect that
the special Christmas market would
be held on Wednesday. December 22.
On thai occasion it is expected that
there will be a splendid supply of
Christmas poultry and veg( ial.les.
There wlll be no marker next Friday.
Official   Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb...Sc to He
Beef, forequarters, pei lb. ...5c to 7c
Lamb    13c
.Mutton    lie
Veal, large 9c to 10c
V. al, medium       .. .lie
Pork, medium 10%c to lie
Eggs, wholesale, per doz  . .50c to 55c
Eggs, retail, per doz    ..60c
Butter,  ��� !  .lesale, per lb   30c
Butter, retail, pcr lb    .. .35c
Fowl, per doz $7.00 to $8.50
Chickens, per dozen .   .  $6.00 to $7.00
Broilers per doz $5. to $">
[lucks, per doz    $15 to $1'"'
Potatoes, per ton $lti !
Apples, per box  $1.50 to $1.75'
Onions, per sack $1.2."
Tm keys, live, per lb 26c to 28c
Turkeys,   dressed,  per  lb 30c |
Gei    . live, each $1.25 to $1.50
Geese,  di essi d,  per  lb 20c
Chicken, dressed, per lb.  . .20c to 22c
Red  Cloud
Washington.  Dec.    IT.���Red Cl
the famous old Sioux Indian chief, b
dead. This Information was receiv
by Superintendent  Brennan,   of
pine Ridge Indian agency, who is
Washington attending the meeting ���
those Interested in the educatior ��� ���
the Indian.      Ked Cloud belonged '"
the old  type of Indian.      He waa !
years old and for the past  2.",  ,
had lived at the Pine Ridge agency.
er things, and the porridge burned.
There Is an opening for a wide-awake
man at the poor bouse, one who wlll
a himself assidioiisly to porridge
stirring all night long.
MEMBER 18
Circled  Eiffel  Tower.
Paris. Dec. IT.���The airship '/.-
made  a   successful     flight     yesti ri
from  Si.  Cyr  to  Pans and  back.   F
over an hour the airship manoeuvn d
above Paris.     It circled around  '
Eiffel tower and by doing so won
Dupuy-l i' lome prize.
PRIDE   OF TORFSONTO  WILL
GO TO OLD COUNT-tV
Toronto, Dec. 16.���The fiftieth anni-
. ������- of the Queen's Own Ititles ol
.   : ada is to be celebrated next year
visit  to England of 600 officers
and men of this regiment as guests
, oi nding officer, Sir Henry
Sir Henry is bearing all the
.,  .ei the trip ot bis officers nnd
men.      All  arrangements  have  been
by him through  Earl Grey and
lis    of    the militia    department
with with the war offlce In London.
and now nothing remains bul to arrange a few minor details. The
number of officers and men who wlll
go will be limited t.i 600, although the
i total strength of the regiment |B over
: 800 Brass and bugle hands will be
taken along. It the present arrangements are carried out the regime ni
will leave Toronto on August 16 and
proceed direct lo Quebec, whele ten
���(ays will be spent in preliminary
training, after which the soldiers will
proceed by an ocean liner to England
to remain until September 20. The
headquarters of the regimen; i;i England will be the famous training
grounds at Aldershot, and ther , full
course of instruction will be given.
The probable cosl  is $50,000,
1909.
LAND   registry^-
Parisian  Landmarks  Doomed.
Paris. Dec. 17.���If a statement
pearing in the Crl De Pai is he correct
the   familiar   buildings   Of   the   G
hotel and the Cafe de la Paix wlll dis
appear    shortly   to  make    way  fo    '���'
| huge  department     store.      The    B
Marche company, the paper sa>>
j bought the block for that purpose,
paying therefore 56,000,000 francs, or
$11,200,000.
D.
F.
1!
L
R.
II.
Mc
Russell   Hotel.
Donald,  Kamloops.
Shore. Winnipeg.
Mackin and wife, Fraser Mills
Loney, Kokomo, ind.
Wilson, Winnipeg.
Shaw. Vancouver.
Hen worth, Vancouver.
Hicks, Vancouver.
J.
A.
J.
M.
S.
C.
F. W.
Wm
R.  Currie.  Vancouver.
W. F. Reilly, Vancouver.
C. B. Brydone-Jack, Vancouver.
J.  M. Livingstone. Toronto.
Hellmuth. Vancouver.
A. McEacharn, Victoria.
R. Steele, Vancouver.
Wallace, Vancouver.
Re Lots 96 and 97   ru   , _\
parts of b.is 28   29 ���,,.    "k ':< ! >J
New Westminster I ,1
Whereas pr, ol . I
flcate of title No |
name of .Margaret J
''as be,,, flhd In tl             '  'U'��soJ
Notice ls hereb I
at the expiratio              ,     I shall
date of th, 1
of, In a dally , t'on hoj
the city  of NV
a   dupliei to ol I
tion b ��� mad, .f
' Districl
Land   Regtstr
c
Thc Horse
One of ibe' greatest improvements ever Introduced Into
stabl? managements, according to leading veterinarians, is the
custom of clipping horses.
A clipped borse will not only   do   a   greater   amouni   or
��� work   than  a   horse  with   its  natural coal, but  will at  the Bame
time have more Iif? in him.    On the other band, the undipped
horse will be dull, oul of condition,   and   seldom   if   ever  dry
or (dean.
Clipping again removes the tendsney to sweat, and there
is no comparison between a long wet coat and a Bhorl dry
one.
It will pay to put one ��f our Twentieth Century Clippers
In your Btable. Call In and let us explain to you tha .simplicity , convenience In handling, and the advantages of using
these machines.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
____________
a- 9 z.-. .-r;._v TSCTS
SSeSK&S^fKJ
���S8iS33S  "
S��3,��W
ankofloronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Brunei!, J. flracey, Mgr.
$300,000 for African Missions.
New Vork. Dec, IT.���Three hundred
u.! dollars have been raised tor
the extension of mission work among
the natives of Africa, in honor of the
diamond jubilee of the founding of
the firsi mission in the Dark Continent. The celebration will come to
an end ibis evening with a meeting
in Carnegie hall, when many men and
women of prominence, including both
blacks and whites, will attend.
Windsor Hotel.
Geo.  McCallum. Mt.  Lehman.
G. A. Boyle, Mt. Lehman.
G. Kay, Vancouver.
D.  R.  Cooper,  Silverdale.
W. Wood. New Alberni.
W. Robb. New Alberni.
Win.  Lindsay, New  Alberni.
J.  Haldi. Langley.
J. Robert. Vancouver.
Win.  McDonald. Nicomen.
A. W. Murray, Ruskln.
Mrs.    W.   J.    Graham.
Landing.
Geo. Charlton. Sardis.
M. Baldwin, Pine Grove.
J. Mclsaac, Tynehead.
S. Williams, Port Kells.
A. C. Wells. Mission.
F. James. Chiiliwack.
Mrs.  Morrison,  Langley.
2
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It is to purchase the poorer kind. We can po;nt to
buildings bulit with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that ned repairs all the time
Bu; they were no: hullt of our
materials. St e where real
cheapness lies?
fr "MADIAS Pffif|
B-ii.coBtss.saJ
FROM VANCOUVER
To  Victoria���D
j     i;�� Alaska-Nov, 1
'"   Q"""n   Charl��  e  Isand \H
ember 18. '"ia-.\ovJ
I    To Nanalmo   1 ...
I day  and   Thursda j ,' x_"TllPl,
day, 11 p.m. " lM;'   :'.i\
To Nanaimo���|),,i|.   ., ,
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER    I
l PpeT Praser    rl       , , n   H' ,
-id      way    polnl j
��� lea.es    Westmin I .   J'e1
Monday, Wedm   I ���*
turning,  leaves  Chilli*
on  Tuesday, Thui ,   S 'Y.H
Je�� fUrtbe'   ' :'SJ
E3D, GOUL]
N, .-.
or
C.  K FOSTER
Asst.   Qei     P .    ..
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters!
Manufactured  by
J. KE^LEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth sti
Woodward
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.     1 Model Sign Works
___*___.
Watchman.   What   of
London. Ont., Dec. 16
sex county council has
latesl   in  time clocks
Night?
Middle-
discovered the
for  the  watch-
the
���Thr
man at the County House of Refuge
-it Strathroy. James Bennett, the
nlghtwatchman, was on the carpet,
and was dismissed for not properly
attending to his duties. It was explained that one of the duties of the
watchman is to keep the porridge pot
stirred all night so that in the morning it may be ladled out to the inmates at a proper consistency. Bennett, like King Alfred, thought of oth-
i^f ���' ^'��- ^
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and  Marion Street
SEATTLE
.. , iniii ....
1 Tt.*w,a ^��m
'..'I-
RATES :
Room   $1   p-r   day  up.
Room   and   toard  $2.50  per  day up.
P-oom   with   bath  $2.50  per  day   up.
Room with bath an-! board $4 per day
All outside rooms, with het nnd cold
water   steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boati
Tb,- Daily News will be Kepi on Ble
in our reading room.
CARLKTON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
SIGN, SCENE AND G'RNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Streetl
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
K<) i;
Christmas Turkeys, Ducks,
Geese and Chickens
COME TO
Central Meat MA
Oorner ElghU 8t. ��nfl   fifth Am*)
PHONE   l/U.
���OWELL A OUDr. pwritten
We Claim the Distinction
of Being Leaders in Men's
Furnishings
and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
buyers:
SMOKING JACKETS
BATH  ROBES
FANCY ARM  BANDS
COAT  SWEATERS
FANCY   HOSE
SUSPENDERS
CRAVATS
PYJAMAS
SHIRTS
GLOVES
HANDKERCHIEFS
VESTS
MUFFLERS
A large and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR    MEN
b^^^rff^ r:?^
The  William Hunter Company, Ltd.
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
____-__w_w___*
:_________an
Twenty-Five Per Cent Discount on all
LADIES'   HANDBAGS
OUR   STOCK   OF   THESE   IS  A   LITTLE   LONG, A   SUFFICIENTLY GOOD  REASON   FOR US TO   MAKE   SUCH   AN   EXTRAORDIN
.ARY   INDUCEMENT    FOR   YOU  TO   PURCHASE THESE  MOST SEASONABLE   GOODS   WHICH   ARE    DECIDEDLY   APPROPRIATE   AS
XMAS   GIFTS
THE   ASSORTMENT   OF   SIZES,   STYLES   AND   LEATHERS WE ARE SHOWING IS SECOND    TO   NONE   IN   THE   CITY,  AND    IP
YOU  HAVE BEEN UNDECIDED AS TO WHAT TO GIVE TO SOME  OF YOUR   LAY FRIENDS AT CHRISTMAS,   HERE   IS   AN   E*CE
TIONAL   OPPORTUNITY   TO   PROCURE   A   USEFUL   ARTICLE     WHICH  WILL BE  MOST ACCEPTABLE,    AT    Al   SUBSTANTIAL   RE
DUCTION    ON    REGULAR   PRICES.
THE   LEATHERS   DISPLAYED COMPRISE WALRUS, SEAL, GOAT AND  MONKEY GRAINS, SUEDE,   CALF,   HORSEHIDE,   MOROCCO AND ALLIGATOR.
Ladies'Handbags - - $1.00 to $10.00 || Handbags for Girls - - 35c to $2.50
Less 25 Per Cent Friday and Saturday.
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 LONOINE'S AND HAMILTON WATCHES.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes SATU
RDAY.  DECEMBER   18.  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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Carload
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Fhe Choice
of the Market
Choice Suet for your Pudding
and Mince PiSest fcr your Pies
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Phone 101
Phone 101
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wff��a<M��s.-f
"...   ..': ' :.TC .   . /ISR*^^
rj.f-ii^3R^eV.or.s?ais^^
WANTED.   TO   RENT.
!
^IX-ROOMED   FURNISH-
il location. Full par-
i;   K. Dail)  New-*
FOR   SALE.
|F01I SAI.I   -LOTS ON SIXTH  AVE
: i   It. cutoff, 53 by  125 ;"
ch, |225 cash, balance
li:   ��� and   eighteen   montbs.
. ., street.
hi the  Pro of D Colu
particula an i   de
.. .1 as Lots 15 and 16, subdivision
'e.i Bloi k 2, oi pari ol Lot 29, Group I.
Vou ai I ! ��� laimlng through or
under you  and all persors claiming
anj  interest In the said land by vir-|
tue of
and all
In tbe
title is
\ Isions
are requlr<
any unregistered Instrument,
pi i sons claiming auy Inten -1
sai.l land bj desce it, w I os<
nol registered under the proof the "Lan i li ia:; j Act,"
.d to contest the claim of
POR     SAL1     OKANAGAN
toi - bi    on the market.
i'.i.is..    real    estal
E M. Si ilth.
POTA-
Inquire
. office,
|TO LET- TWO    OR    TlllU'.K FU
nislied   housekeeping    rooms, fur-
Apply   817   Finn  ave-
naci
nn.'.
IflJRNTSHED     ROOM-
jBtn '  I.- ei Carnegie
I TO     RENT���TWO
rooms   Apply Arrow
v.-",,   Windsor  Bio.
Btreel
-Tul     AGNES
Library.	
FURNISHED
Press Printing
.1.-   292    Front
TENDERS.
Tenders   addressed   to the under-
���I Ottawa, in scaled envelopes,
and marked on the envelopes "Ten-
fora ie,. Quarantine Supplies," will be
received up to noon of the fifteenth
% of January, 1910, for supplies fo''
Quarantine Station.
The following supplies are required:
Coal;
Firewood;
Fish;
Groceries;
Hardware and ship chandlery;
Meat;
Medical stores anil disinfectants,
Uniforms,   and other    articles or
apparel;
Vegetables. ���
Forms mav be obtained by appu��*"
Hon lo the' Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, or to the Medical bu-
Perlntendent at Quarantine.
The Department does not bind ">
Bf'll io accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertise-
m,,nl without authority from the Department will not be paid.
A. L. JARVIS,
assistant Deputy Minister and
Secretary of Agriculture.
Ottawa, Canada, November 11, 1!,"J
the tax    purchaser   wUhin forty-flve
days from the date of the service of
this notice  upon  you. and In default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens beelng tiled within such period.
or in default   of    redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be   forever   estopped   and   debarred
from Betting up any claim to or in re- i
sped   of   the   said   laud,   and   I   shall
register Charles Bradbury  as owner
thereof in  fee.      And I hereby order j
that publication   ol    this notice for
! thirty days ln a daily newspaper published in   New   Westminster will bei
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offle,
: New Westminster, Province of Brit
i Ish Columbia, this 30tb day of Novem.
ber, A. l)., 1909.
C. S. KKITH.
District Registrar.
is lllland. James Highland
To Jame
NOTICE.
Pacific
east limit ol
West limit
of
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application hns
Jeen made to register Charles ��iaa-
lnil> us the owner In tee simple, un-
fler a tax sale deed from the reeve
|">il clerk of Burnaby to Charles Bran-
    hearing  date the  16th  day oi
bu
J,11>'. A. D��� 1908, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of lana
;"Hl Premises situate, lying and being
ln the District of New Westminstei,
NOTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
the Grand    Trunk    Pacific    Branch
Lines Company will apply to the
Parliament of Canada, at its preseni
session for an Act further amending
the Act incorporating the Company,
chapter 99 of the Statutes ol 1906, as
amended by Statute ST. of the Statutes
of 1909 by authorizing the construction of the following additional lines
of railway: ���
ll)    From a point on the Western
Division of  the Grand Trunk
Railway   between   the
of  Range  12 and the   >.--.
Range 17, west or the third meridian
thence in a southwesterly and  westerly direction to a point in the "'"in
ity of Calgary, or to a  point
line   which   the  Company   is
i/.ed under paragraph  14 of clause 11
of  said   chapter   99   to  construct  to
Calgary:
(2)   From a point on the proposed
line mentioned In paragraph   tl)
tween the east limit
the west limit of Range
the third meridian, tlience in an easterly   and   southeasterly   direction
Regina or  to appoint ...  -���
thereof.
(3) From a point on tbe proposed
line mentioned In paragraph  (2)  between the east limit
the west limit of R,..._,~     ..    ^^
the  second   meridian  to  Moose  Jaw
of  to  a point in  the  vicinity  thereof;
(4) Fi
tin nce   in   an   e tsierly   and
...   o    to a poin
thi  company Is author-
ea'i  I ' of . Datuse ll of
���    i  -> j. to be constructed to
Battleford.
(5) From Regina or a point In
vici.a ��� if,  i\i. iu ���   La   a  soath-
wesertly and westerly direction to
Lethbridge or to a point lu the vicinity of Let iii ".id ue on the Hue which
the Companj ts, under paragraph L4
of clause 11 of said chai,. a 99, authorized to construct trom Calgary to
the southern boundary af the province of Alberta at or iu ar Coutts.
(6) From a point on the main line
of the Western Division between
Moose  Lake  and  Tele  Jaune  Cache,
i thence through the dfcalnage <->f the
Clearwater   River,   Bsnaparte   River,
| Seton and Anderson Lakes and tl"'
Lillooet liiver or tbe Squamish River
or  between   the   lass  two  rljrers  to
| Vancouver.   British  Columbia authorizing an issue of bonds tc the extent
of $30���flfl0 a mile (I the said, lines ot.
railway, numbered  tl)  to  (T.)  InclU*
ive aiid  comprising    the  said    llnee
within what  are dfeftued by  the said
Act i\a the "Manitoba.  Saskatchewan
and Alberta Extensions";  Authorizing
an   Lfisue   of   bonds  to   the   extent  of
$50,000 a mile of the said lino of tall-
way   numbered    lb)   and   OOtnprWng
the said line within wh-.t is detuned
by rhe said  Ac)  as the  "British Columbia Extensions;" ami also .unending paragraph  11 of clause 11 of the
said Act, as regards the southern ter-*
minus of the line thereby authorized;.1
Dated at Montreal dils 29th day of
BTovember, 1509.
W. H. B1GGAR,
Solicitor  for  Applicants.
Labor Council
Nominates Officers
(Continued from Page One.)
Mtmyon to see the error ot his ways.
The delegates from the printers,
clsarmakers, street railwaymen, and
barbers all reported business _?ood.
The carpenters reported trade in their
depirlnieui   as   fair  and   the   mneliin-'
Ists as quiet.
The road tax again came up for discussion.       Thos.   Turnbull   reported
tlutt  the    committee    wbicb waa ap
[pointed   at   Hie   last   regular   meeting
ito- wait on the council in connection
��� with  the matter, thought  that, it   was
no use bothering tlw> present council,
'but that  it  was better to wait until
the  new  council    had  taken  charge.
; Mr.   Stoney    remarked     that  be  bad
read in one of the papers that Mayor
Keary had brought  the  mutter up at
the meeting of    the Union of    B. C.
y y iip��l^
vicin-
on the
author-
 bt
ut Range "JO and
2S   west  ot
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tenders- are hereby  called  for the
clearing of a school  site at   &.PP>'-<
ton. Specifications may be seen at tne
Office Of the Secretary of the Schoo.
Hoard,   between  ltl  and  12  am.  anu
I! and   . p.m.
R, UENNIB,
Secretary  School Board.
TEACHERS.
vicinity
Teacher wanted for the Webstei
Corner School, salary $.r'a per month.
Applications  wlll   be   received  up  to
Dec.   18.
E. W. BECKETT.
Secretary School Board.
Haney,  Dec.  13, 1909.       	
NOTICE.
of Range 24 and
Range 27. west  of
ti, . .om a point on the westerly
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway between Artiand and Wain-
All accounts due me not paid by
December 31 will be placed in a solicitor's hands for collection
C. U. DEANS.
P. O. Box 127.	
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
V \t��
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: >yi.20y.
The Robin Hood Mill
where
ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR
h Made "Different"
Ever since this mill was started it has been working
at its full capacity trying to keep up to the demand for Robin Hood Flour.
Ever since this flour first got into the homes
of the West, its success has been nothing
short ot sensational.
We want you to be a party to this success.   How can we induce you ?
Bv highest quality ?     Robin Hood
Flour has it. By best value? This
flour gives it.
Then, Madam, why not you
start using it?
Ask your grocer about our
Money-Back Guarantee.
SASKATCHEWAN
FLOUR  MILLS
CO..  Ltd.
Moote Jaw,
Satk.
MOOS m 93k m
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Municipalities, explaining that the
road tux was the only means they
had of taxing the Orientals. lu the
llghl of tiiis .Mr. Dodd thought that
some action should he taken so that
householders paying more than $lou
per year rent should be exempt from
the tax. lie claimed that the rent-
paying workmen were worth more to
the city than all the real estate boosters in It.
To this B. E. Mouteith rose to reply that a person could rem a house
for about $1U0 a year and then let out
every loom in it for about that sum.
The householders would be exempt
from the road tax but the unfortunate
roomer would have to pay it. it was
decided to leave the matter in the
hands of the old committee.
K. Knudsen thought that if a committee was going to wait on the council they might as well make a few
other suggestions, one that some unl-
I form standard of bread weight be established in the city, and one that the
property qualification for election as
an alderman be dispensed with.
Speaking of the bread question he
said, that all you got here for five
cents was a handful of bread. His
suggestions in this connection were
found good and the committee will
bring them before the council.
His remark about the property
qualification for alderman aroused
some discussion, hut it was finally decided that all that could be done was
to ask the council to go on record
as favoring the change.
The usual amount of routine business was transacted during whicli the
president had the usual trouble keeping order.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE   R527
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge ��s
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads ot
any kind over it
Persons continuing to do ao after
tliia notice must take all ih_ risks oa
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909. _
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SATURDAY,  DECEMBER
Choosingisat
Its Best Now
So come and choose
from our limited
line of crockery
and glassware. Remember, Christ-
mas 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 A dams sells
it
Also dont forget
that this is the Big
Store filled with
Little Prices.
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City News
TO MECHANICS
Something      new���
An eraser that will
' remove    rust   from
Tools.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
NA-ORU-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.
For flrst-class cut  .lowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie
Greunbouse, R20S.
in a runaway    y< sterday    morn!
one of C. A. Welsh's valuable dellverj
team, ran Into a te egraph pole and
broke iis leg.      It   was  found  nor.
sary  to shoot   tbe animal  and  t'111
Mcintosh  was summoned to put the
poor beasl oul of pain.
For    sale���New    typewriter, stal
danl  make,  at   25  per    cent,    below
cosi.  Apply  Hox  537  City.
Piano and organ tuning. \V. E.
Martin, Mus. Baa, 'phone L615, cit>
Carnations galore at Tidy's florist
store, 737 Columbia street. Phone
L1S4. **
The funeral of the late 11. A. Kerr
took place yesterday afternoon tothe
Otld Fellows' cemete-y. Rev. a. De 1!-
Owen conducted a s' on service at
the Ueformed Episcopal ehureh and
again at the egrave.
Your box in a safety deposit vault
is a private affair. No one has access
to it but yourself. And besides, it
is safe and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then it costs
only a small sum to rent one of thi 3e
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearsot
New  Westminster branch.
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manager,
2L'S-4
C. Angln, the man who died at tbe
Royal Columbian hospital the other
night, will be buried tomorrow in the
cemetery at Sunbury. The deceased
man was a member of the Lutheran
Church.
J. 11. Todd's music store will be
open every evening until 9 o'clock
from now on until Christmas.
Chrysanthemums
Tidy's florist store
Phone L184.
Tor      Sunday   at
Columbia  street.
��� THE
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
MERRIMW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General   Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
Wanted-���
To meet the demands of the business
men of this city for stenographers
and bookkeepers we need twenty-five
more young ladies and men to attend
our school for a business training.
Why don't you prepare yourself for
one of these positions?
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL     j
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
Westminster
Transfer Co.
For fresh-berried holly and Christmas trees phone Davies' greenhouse,
telephone  R208.
Christmas and N'ew Year's Excursions���Pare and one-third for round
trip on till rail lines of the C. P. R.,
Port Arthur and West. Tickets on
sale Dec. 21 to 25. and Dec. 28 to Jan.
1. Good  until  Jan. 5, 1910.
One drunk appeared before Magistrate Corhould yesterday morning an.l
was let off on suspended sentence.
Two Indians were taken in yesterday
afternoon for fighting. They are
brothers, but they had imbibed so
much booze that slight considerations
such as brotherly love did not appeal
to them, and they endeavored to eliminate each other. Tbey will conn, be-
i fore the magistrate this morning to
answer to a charge of Imitating moving pictures on the streets of N.w
Westminster.
l\ Burns & Co., Ltd., have received
a carload of turkeys from the east
and have also a choice selection of
local birds. Place your order with
them now ami they will do the rest.
This is Christmas, the time for turkeys. They have them', you want
them. Well, call on them and you
will  both  be pleased. *
ufflce 'Phone  Us.      Barn   Pboue
Columbia Street.
Baggage    delivered    promptly    to
any  part of tJi�� city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
] The Rovers today will meet tfie
1871 Shamrocks of Vancouver in a replay
of the Charity cup tie, whicli resulted
in a draw at their last meeting. The
game will be played at Queen's park,
kickoff at 2:30 p.m. The following
team will represent the city in this
match: Davidson, goal; Bruce, Kirby, backs; Shawcross. Sawyer, Burroughs, halves; Hayes. Johnston.
Lock, Robertson, Caydzlen, forwards.
Reserves, Collier, Coidicutt.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, (inns and
Individuals, and  Bhall  be pleased  to
meet or correspond  with  those who.
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you  haven't   a  Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.
Silicon Xo. 1. Silicon No. 2. Pitt Fractional. Silicon Fractional Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated in the New
Westminster .Mining Division of
New Westminster District, where
located Pitt Lake:
The foundation of the new repair
shops of the B.C.B.R. on Twelfth
street, has been completed and the
wall framework of heavy timbers is
now being raised, and the flooring
laid. The work from now on will be
hastened forward with all dispatch,
the slow work of driving piles having
been  completed.
The Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Paid up Capital  Stock.   ...$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5.614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
English Watchmaker
OLYMPIC HEIGHTS
Investors are seeing the  value of these lots on the new B. c. Licet rie cut-off and are buying fast.
This property is just outside the city of New Westminster and Is
bound to Increase in value when the line la butll shortly.
Lots Belling al $170 to ?&00, according   to   si/.e.   Small  cash   pay-
mo'it and balance (asy, without, interesl.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LTD.
New Westminster Branch:
E. N. SUjHERLAND, Local Manager.
Gold Watches for Lad i.s from |12./5
OP-
Silver Watches,    gents'   open face
16.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents' open    case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Llgin
.Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two door* trom  Geo. Adam*, Grocer
I INVESTMENTS
WHY PAY RENT? We have on
our lists some especially good bargains for
those seeking homes.
INVESTMENTS. Call on us be-
fore buying. We have some sure moneymakers.
IN KID AND WOOL
Pave you seen our display of the new gloves for
Winter wear? Our first announcement of the arrival of the new goods brought many shoppers
to our store who participated eagerly in the glove
offerings. The women of New Westminster arc well
aware of the excellent quality of the Reynier Gloves
and as to values they are the best we ever had to
offer you.
THEY  ARE STYLISH, SERVICEABLE,   MADE   PERFECT  AND   FIT     THE     HAND     LIKE      THE
SHOULD.   PARTICULAR    PAINS ARE  TAKEN  TO   FIT THE   HAND   CORRECTLY   FOR   A   GLOVE
IS   NOT OF  ANY  SERVICE     UNLESS   IT   FITS   PERFECT   IN     EVERY   WAY.     YOU'LL   FIND THE
GLOVES   FOR   WOMEN   IN     THE   BEST   KID   AND   WOOL,   SOME   FUR    LINED-ALL     POPULAR
PRICED.
Everyone will be waited upon, but morning shopping
is easiest.
Glove Gifts, Boxed if You Wish
Complete stocks are now rendy. "Reynier Gloves" nre appreciated
because of their excellent fit and wearing qualities. Every pair is
guaranteed.
WOMEN'S   GAUNTLET   AND CAPE  GLOVES, dogskin and  mocha, fringed backs.
WOMEN'S   REINDEER   SKIN  wool lined With fur at  pT_t, Btrap
dome fastener. Pair  $2.ou
WOMEN'S  FINE  FRENCH     KID GLOVES, in tan, Marl,   mauve.
OXblood,  navy,  preen,  while.   Per pair $1.50, $1.75
WOMEN'S    REAL    FRENCH   KID, soft,  pliable quality,  in  black
and   colors.   Pair    ' $1.2b
WOMEN'S   GOAT   SKIN   GLOVES,   fur   at    wrist,     wool     lined.
Pair
.$2.00
WOMEN'S   TAN   CAPE   GI OVES.    one-dome   fasten,-.-!,.,,vv    qual-
Ity- Palr :..$i.5o
f mM\fcf'fZ
Luxurious Furs For Gifts
_   Today and tomorrow will  be a verv profitable
time to buy Gift Furs.
LONG  STOLES. ALSO  THROWS.   IN   MARMOT.     .- : ,     lined
with   Imitation   heads   and   tails.   Price     $4.75     to  $2'.50
ALASKA    SABLE    RUFFS     AND   STOLES.   Nice     neck     ruff,
double fur trimmed with tails. Price  . .$12.50
LONG   MARMOT   STOLE   with      head     and      tall     trimmings.
Inc,,'s $15.00, $21.50 up to $27.50
GREY  squirrel   throws, nicely marked, lined ��     satin.
lrlC(> $15.00,   $21.50   up   to  $37.50
ERMINE SET. Tie will, tail trimming and oxidized clasp, lined
with satin. Fancy rug muff with pleatinga of satin tall trimming
Price  Set $13.5o
Women's Net Waists, Special Today $5.50
in white and ecru, lined with silk, long close fitting sleeve, son,,. Witi, fancy tucked nei    yokes   nnd
eSnTof vX'cl   "l,",;",li""S t,lmm,Dg fn""' ��therB "m' ,la""S "'  ni"   and  k iiu,-,    Le
edgings ol  Valenciennes lace, a large variety of Btyles to select from. Special   ...... $5.50
Golfers a Practical Gift
Give something that will be appreciated.   We suggest one of those handsome Goiters.    New shipment just arrived.
/nr/"/ I0'"''" j"s'  a?lved' LateBl ''"sir"s iM ffhlte- cardinal , navy, greys and blacks, Pii     and
; .      s "rl";:. s'""" ' > double breasted styles with turn over sweater collar, others In coal it) '     l8
m. i.es long, trimmed with fancy buttons. A large variety 0f diifere.it  designs In stock.  Prices...
 $2.50 to $9.75
Fancy  knii   waistcoats without sleeves, double breasted, with brass  buttons.  Each    *1-75
^mm^^^^^mm^^^^^^mmmm^^*i^mtm'mmm^^^^^^^^amw*mm^m^��^^^^m^m^^^^^mmmi^mm*ma^^^i^^^^^^^m^mm^m^^^^^^^^m^^m^^^^m
New Silk Waist Lengths
Whai   nicer for B  Christmas  gift? A splendid range of new shades  of Surah nnd Lotilsine silks In "(i''
stripeB and done up in waisl lengths. Only, per length,  $4.so
A complete range oi black, white nnd colored molrp silks. Fashion notes indicate Iheir Immense I'"''"
ularity at present as well ���s pointing to increased use for spring, Our complete new Btock just ��'���
Per yard        ' $1.00 to $1.75
F. J. HART & CO., LIMITED
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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