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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WMTE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
LUME 4
NUMBER 279.
Lire
ASSURANCE
WHfTE, SH8LES & CO. h
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
MINSTER   I, C.   THURi D       MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1909
 '5
[
japs and WHITI
HGHT PITCHED BATTLE
FELL   DOWN   ST. II
C   f    Welch Sustains Pai..'
But Will Soon Be  Roue.    ���
(I.  !���'. Welch   in   old am
resident of    this city. Is  ai
ians Claim the Vic-
��� ,��� But Leave Asiatics
jn        ission of Field.
Fall     waa  re-em ited
,.     morning  al  Qray'e  shlngli
0    in:    oi   tin    C.   I'.   Re
BUI     In    '
Whites,  vs. Japs.
��� beaten   up   with   pee-
:    wooi   chlseli   crowban  and
a ihei   wen   usee with tell-
v liei   some ten  whiti   em
.���a:    slashed In a rou. I
���.    i   :i numbei  ol Japan
.   thi   rlngleaden  ol iin
hi   mai   v in   started
m   vuiuiei i. iea  and
in  provincial Jail.
(.:  ila   iif. ri.\   was re-
���   ��� esterdi ���  morning
when n telephoni   mes
in    thi     ii...    al   Pitl
���e.   rly   police.   Btatlnj
whites  wen   mlxei   ������
bloodshed would en
ii   v. en   iei    ai  onca
a   notified thi   p
onstablei   >��� llkh  i ni
��� ledlatelj     lefi    foi   the
- oubli . pp a ed
told thai  om   o] I hi
used Insu    Q{   lan) Uli
���    v hlti    ne ,    working
v ... cha  eni
I. whiti   mai   retalli ted b;
challeni ei _o~ n  nnd af-
. terinc   i   thrashing
Bio Odds.
��� ��� .   i
whlcl      BO
mei  and ten v ������-,..  mei
: ixed It lu    ���
���   white men go
a
: ��� ��� ���
1 he Asia
��� -   ol   ; I-.
and thi   lattei   n ent In
��� ���   .1 unci ion.
-
-    ..
after 1
- ven  ini;! agi
. . \. ��� .
:      . '
ilgned ai      ���   Co
I   :������ ton   I'.aaa   Ma-
Si dth,   ,.:.
.    ..���   . k. Thi
wai   Lssaull
Show   Damages.
ii   men  wen   seven
��� .;��� ms on, man having
...  cm  bj  . The
wed the effe, i i ; p< ���������
u   h.iii   theii   hi ads  V1"
Th. J       lia.,     ��� :...-���
���   - ra ii eli ii '���< nce
TC NEW PLAN
10H CANNING CLAMS
J. Brodei   Takes   Plant,   Installed   on
Vestel, to Grounds Where  Indians Dig the Molluscs.
boai fitted up by J. Bro-
e  river this week ior Coop-
I  where  ii   will    commence
i  season,
ia an experiment  which
'���" i  . to .1.. away with in.ien ol
canning clams    and    so
���  profitable  business,    The
���.���.mier Lapwing ".is pm
���ii. Broder, the engines rend the hull equipped tor "imposes,  iiinl  us   won  iis   the
nnlng factory bad closed open
the season, attention was
'. the clam nude.
He.   vessel  was taken oul   bj   the
'"- ''��� pi In and bad ou board a crew
01 ''.'" Whiles and five Japanese, Bhe
* llu   clams us they are i|U|-
from the Indian diggers, mov-
"l!: I i place to place ns the Bupplj
r""s shon By this means the cost
�� hauling ihe clams to the city la
removed.
JOHN D. FEARS
ATTACKS OF ASSASSINS
i   tin  [loyal Columblai. ,..
sun. ��� in;     fron     >��� nisei     ....
alanine,     a. tai   I ���  i      I]      .      fa
stall ���    esterda    e i ning
Mr. Welch   win   I   om  o
Liibi   il    n   lhl   ���'      wa
 tsldi     hi   Lib ra   i
tlon ii'' tali    ii   thi   Dail
when tin   accldenl occu red     Hi
entail" r,   ii.   i ill!   i" -.i fi.it     With   ii   11 I
bei   ol  othi     Llbi   a]    pri purato
golni   i'e"   iiu   annua   a     ���>���������
i        assembling    In   the    cluhr.
���
nin   ilu! nol  iiiiiui   how neai
of   i In    Btaln    le    I a
hit   fool   Bllppi e
tie"a:    al-a      I   na       la     to]     I
ton   ol thi  flighl
Whei   i.ea ed up a liotti
\ a   unconscloui and v
coi veyed   to    tin   Ro...        olu
hospital   whi  '   iee    li a.        .
tended to.     Hi   wa    I iui      i   I
ferlnf   fron   i   bad cu     o
and  brulsei  oi   tin   fa i
^   irse, and wlll be ah ���   ��� ���
aboul agali  sho
POLITICAL HUNK
JOIN IN BATTLE
England Now Watches the
Great Struggle Between
Lords and Commons.
London, Dec. 1.���In tl
tanne
procee
et. direel  disregi
���
such ii:-  R e- e . ���
���    H er i
Lord  Balfour o
.
.   ���   .
Lord,
situation   unprecedented I
-   n -
fusing si
. : the cou
ment, then I
aklng 11 iiiet al 1    collect tax.
i en .
';      political1"
���   ���
Boose of Lords In
-��� :,i     in    lia      .
-   d< ������ i loping rapid
Tin    a.,: .a.i.   v. ...   B    nam   ei'
upon  thi     poll        It v
... ,. ���     ������  ��� ���
���   ��� s amendmt nl b< Ii _ ��� ������ rl<
uslon  whl<;.  was  foi ��� sei n from
i id   an   unusually
a eeting   todaj   to i -     ���'���'������
and  consider  the  woi ding  ��� I  ������
m   which   Pn mh i   Asquith   ������
ask the House to adopt.   This ��� ���
. mstltuti .....
w hai   thi   Llb< ral.   conti   ..   to
;.,-i ;. an invasion bj  the peers of the
���  .   lb ol the lowei  house
People Cheer Ministers.
All ih- members ol the cabinet were
present ai the meeting which excited
so much popular lnt< resi  I a gn ai
crowd gathered In the vicinitj ol Ne.
10 Downing Street, the official residence of the premier, where so manj
historic meetings have been hi Id
The facl that thi n was nol a remote
possibllltj even that the crowd would
learn wha! transpired within did nol
discourage the watchers ln the sireet
whose number became so greal final
lj thai ii large force ol police was
summoned to prevent a possible demonstration, The ministers passed
through the streel to the premiers
residence undisturbed bj Buffragettes
and encouraged bj the cheers ol
their supporters.
The time of the deliverance ol tm
speech of prorogation, the Bubstnnce
which was agreed upon yesterday,
(Continii.'e
Two),
Telegraph Operators Get Increase.
Chicago, Dec. i Telegraph operators in relay offices and whe chief
and managers on the Atchison, Tope
ka and Santa Fe railroad will receive
an Increase It ' "
according to
luni  made
crease.
mih.
wages of $5 n mo
incement, and
for ilu- in-
aii      illlllOl
n,i   demands
Cleveland, Dee. 1.���Acting upon information given by a man who snhl
np had beard discussed plans to as-
W8glnate John D. Rockefeller, the po-
"0|> guarded Rockefeller's home all
The information was given
"\ Sayer Smith of Minerva, Ohio.
*no Bald he heard the plot discussed
l,J ^0 men of Alliance. Ohio.
Smith, who is a lulnher dealer, said
J" while visiting In Alliance on
ounday nighl he accidentally came
war two men near a railway track.
''' heard the men plotting againsi
KOckefi Uer and said they declared
,""��� Were to be well paid for either
"11,n8 or kidnapping hiin.
I' was agreed bv them that lt would
" 'i'i to kill, and the reward
w��Uld be the same, Smith says.
a I; believed that in consequence
|| this  winning    Mr.   Rockefeller  (lP"
'"",1 not to attend a church banquet
j "ml:��"  night    at    which  he  was to
n*ve spoken.
VE DAYS' MAIL
ARRIVES AT ONCE
(1 Trains From East
in    \ancouver
.. oming.
mall  i om  thi   east ovei
I.   foi  5 da ���    wa    exp& '��� i
.    , thl 'le   H
��� ou d   havi   reached  here
bu   to    tin   fac    thai  tue first
���. incou ei      esterda
in      .. .. 5 -i     an.,   i     to '���
         llllll     ���        tl        ''I.   .1 till        H'ile'ee
can  bi   li arned  then   w
ost  rn   life  h    thi   accident,  thi
ha .ito    lefl   the    ran     ���
Iiii   condition oi   tn
.ilea
dbi d
Admir.il Togo  Retires Today.
Tokyo, Doc. 1.   Admiral[Togo, chie
of  the  general  Btaff  ol   ""'"''.      ,.
comes a membe  oi th. .... i._^
(,j|    ||(.  |n  siicceeileil   bj   Yi
sir Gero IJuln.
VALUABLE   RECORDS
ARE   FOUND   IN   TIBET
, 7/     1.���Col.  K"s-
Bt Petersburg,   &*- wim:.
loft's   Mongolian    ��� ��P S.elegraphlca]
Society, has returned aft Uag
exploration In the region of ine ^
Mountain range In n ' ,.nc>nt city
study  made  wns o   "       ..... Chinese
"f ^r{Mi/; ',i.i MMdmrtaM fl*
Blansln, which in' Th(. ex-
ki roved over BOO yea"!    (|m,ntity  of |
plorers   found    * ,',,.,     worship,  a'
reUc�� us,',1 ";,.';,:,;;,',.erfectiy pr*
metal figure of !���'��� ,"' ',....,���-<������ mann-
served, and I"'"' '' ViM ' silk in the
scripts  on   can   i Tibetan lan-
chliiese, Manchurian ano
guages.
Awaited   Mail.
tal     al    .iw     local postofflci
'   u] iaii   thi   nighl   lasi   ulgin
mta 11 .     a train in, bui
e . ici       "���    pot   mastei   . ��� -
1 .ea      , ia   situation wa;
liopeli si  an permi ted thi  sum i<  .
iiniiii
ou    : alas,   cai r.'iiii     tin   passen
ge i  am   n_ I   ol  ��� igi       ant contlne
im  trains, pulled  Into  Vancouver be-
n.   ��� thh  mo nin .   the firsi
ei   sii      lai    Saturdaj
Tin   othei   trains after trans-
I       I paSBe   e .ilea      I'iil.
aa    bad        .e,      thl     ''asi
here woi      havi   been  i"1
'..   ��� mountain!
and    . lie service woull
beei   demo i or w 'eKE  "
come.
Floods Subside.
;,    p obablj
.   daj  oi   two,
... happens
.-..'. ���      havi
subside   consid nd -fl
hei wash,
cini     of Lytton thi
Ui ���-.  .
.  Nortl . a c
the C. P. K..
.eing co
renu-
hundredt   o    worl
i White
end.
.   a    ��� . .  a. Belling-
long
.     .
railw ...
i :-���	
, built, and    ev.
parts o cle ired H
bi   ���    run trail
Break  Is  Repaired.
1 he work train which hag been re-
e tracl e i  s
s wreck left fi    the soutl    esti
bul onlj  goi .
,   . sei nt,    wl still    stallei
,   is no hi -e   ol an)  communica-
Seattle  bi fori   Frida
sn; 1     Ol     a     en.    ,        	
as fai as possible, ��ill likelj be I   ���
gurated todaj
In the neighborh      tati    somi
of life has bei ti i. ported bui In Canada no gri al casualtii s other ihan i'1
the big G. N. R. wreck have up to thi
preseni come to light.
Pittsburg,    Dec.    1.���More   than a
doyen persons were injured, a number
seriously, when the Unlontown and
Pittsburg express train No, 101 on the
Pennsylvania railway lefi the .u'l*
yesterda) al Manor, Pa., n<'a. lune.
ninl ran Into a ditch One passenger, the baggage master and mall
clerk are probablj   fatally hurt.
CHINESE l.i Hi IHI K
KE1IVAI. UE THE JOSS
Police Called In to Quell Disturbance
In  Victoria's  Chinatown   Last
Night.
Victoria, Dec   I     In anothi i  efforl
to settle the dlffei     ol  the two
factions lu regard to lhe ri moval ol
the Chinese Job ��� hou ii In Chinatown,
o row broke oul lasl nighl In ""
Chinese school house, Btsguard stn . '
where the parties were assembled to
lake  aOtlOU   oil   Hie   lllilllel'.
A hurry call to the police asked t"1
assistance to Quell the riot, and ��i|-i
responded to by Detective Qeorge
Perdue and a squad of police, who on
arrival round the fighting had stop
pe.i and the disputants had dispersed.
The trouble In Chinatown broke out
some    time   ago,    when    an    eiiileiivoi
was made by the merchani section oi
the community to have the Joss removed. To this ihere was strong opposition hy those who swarmed the
Joss bouse on Sunday. where
the merchants had established a .*��;'-
lot box and called on the residents
to decide the matter by vole. The laboring section BWiirmed the building
and smashed the ballot box and a few
Chinese bends In the course of operations, and the mattei was let rest at
that for the time being. Yesterday
a second attempt was made by the
merchants of Chinatown to set 'he
Joss removed, and the meeting was
swarmed by the opposing faction.
Several heads were badly damaged,
but by the time the police arrived
the disturbance had finished and the
meeting stopped. A special police
guard was left, to watch events, nut
was not called on to Interfere as
Chinatown remained quiet all night.
BODIES Of VICTIMS
AWa;: iNTERMENT
Arrival of Agen o   Effiploy-
nl Company Awaited-
I eld By Washouts.
bodies  twi nl il   the  vie
..ee     ..      thi   Qrea ori hern   train
.       .       i.     la,
In    ���������'       o   the cltj  awal
bU ���  . ''     '    .lea.    -e.      ... L. l||l
. .    nni i   thi
��� ee.    employment    i ompany    foi
I .   ,,..       .   . d hen
Seattli   bu   lv been held "l1
ie,    |;lsi   [qui   ila   ���    b;    thi    ''  I"'
;.::,'.    oi      ���   lini       i '���
 ited hen   tomorn  ���
Thi   bodies wi]   p obabl   ...   buried
li      ."....  a    in. gaturda
si.>a.   ei..    Idem  tin   lapanesi   o
thh cit ha ��� beei I " Ini to assist
In eve     wa    the work oi looklnj   al
e effects o    he dead i iei      I
helplni theii mon fortunate companions Everj daj the) hi ve h'-on at
the undertakers' making Inquiries
aboul tin dlspos ol thi bodies with
thi >. -a a.i ol comn unicating all
thev can to the relative; of the unfortunate vlctlmi   ii   thi   far east.
A Japanese employed i'i one oi thi
hotel . hh cltj has dlBcove 'ed '"
a cou. ' ������ his is among thi dead
Thi ' ii ' ci '" on - little farn '
tv v miles outsldi Nagasaki and Blnce
America has supported l.i'-
old  parents  with  his  e    i ii   is
.. ���..'" h ��� thai man) mon ol them are
in thi   bi    poi   lon.
Christie-Hann,-..
���i    ;. e hough quiei wedding
ool ay at thi   pa ''������'��� I
...   . whei   '.'.'������
��� i       i nd   Mexi ea'..    Chili
hi    .        ie ��� .    .,     _n
l\. v.  Dr. Wi 'dl.      Ta; lo
formed the ceremony i'e     ���   pr ���
of only a few of the ii e
���   contracting par Ii
Immedi   ���      afti        ���       ddini   thi
happ:   couplie   lefl     ���      ' cto   i
they v
B] < nd b coupli   ������   -
WARRANT   IS  OUT.
Police   Want   Greek   Mill-
man on Charge of Assault.
lea-ed at thi         shi
yesterda i    oon,  with    b    hi lv;
iron boll  aboul i' >oi  long  In  his
d hii 	
n.    ... .!   ... put;      Sherifl     M<
ihai i ���   " .-   .....  j .. .   at thi   '
���������   ���    Mills, anel neai he had bi e
��� . eie.i by anothei   emplo) ��� ���   ���
A   Tan, Ins. who had Btrui K him  -
eral times on the hea l and !' ��� '��� "
thi   " ��� apon which   he   broug.,, with
him.     Mr. M.'Martin at once BWon   ���
T  Dominy as a specie' co.tstablt  ;""1
seni  htm to Fi asi r Niilla to brii ���
the allaged assal'ant.      By the 'i'i"'
thai il.e officer a rlvpd   however, the
i_.nil.nian  wanted    had eloped.      A
wai rum is mn for   Lis arn -i
Highest Tide In Twenty Yiars.
Hoqulam, Wash. Dec. 1.���Tht bua
iness portion of iliis citj was su'1-
merged Monday by a 16-fooi tide, thi
highest in twent) years. Greal
Btretches of Nonhern Pacific track in
Chehalis count) are washed oul or
covered  by   liin.l=liii ..Hi  traffic  's
BUBpended
ROCKEFELLERS mm
Hi. AT CflllNT
Nobleman  Enters the Oil   King's Res
Idence   and   Is   Very   Promptly
Ejected.
Cle.. land. Ohio Di e 30 iii an ""
auci ��� BBful attempl to gain the eai
ni John D, li." ki I."' ' al iToresI Hill
Counl De Vrles, nobleman, ... ^ustei
dam, Holland, v_i Ured upon twice
ie. [ore being ejected from the Rocki
rellei mansion, Bince Wednesday the
counl has been making dailj attempts
to see the head ol ii." Standard Oil
company, with intent to Interesl him
in   ;i   project   foi   draining   the  Zuyiler
Zee. in a huge rented automobile, De
Vihs approached the Bluclld evenue
entrance to the grounds al high speed
The astonished gatekeepei shouted to
him to stop. i��e Vrles continued
through the open nates and about the
winding driveway toward the bouse ill
the top of the hill.
lie was fired upon as he tieared the
house. Leaving Ills automobile, he
mounted the steps and entered the
door, followed by a squad of guards,
who came on the run. Before Oe
Vrles could enter Rockefeller's study
however, he was collared by the butler and by Caretaker Knapp and
ejected.
While the excitement was at ltB
height Rockefeller was ino yards away
on the golf links, unaware of the failure of the Zuyder Zee project.
Count De Vrles has announced that
he will make further attempts to ��ee
Rockefeller.
MEETING ADJOUPNEO.
On     Account   of    Accident     to  G.   F.
Welch  Liberals  Did  No  Business.
.,;. . e    . I
Liberal    -    .clad
.......    . ....
if   th Id to I
a   the ch ither d  '
��� ids  of   Illi
e  who  will  announce  ii   within
the ne>    fev   d
���\   large  number of  local   Llbi i   '
,.     e a
tenia;.    e\i liini     and      prospe ll
tee     an  enthusiastic    meeting
.   ii <  ,.   decided to postpone the
pn din    accounl  of    thi   i
h i]   to Me   Welch
In chooi i"'   thi   date foi   thi   reat
 Ilnf  ol the meeting the eommittei   will  b     can Ful    to avoid datef
Be ted  fo    ���     I    ie   '" tyoi al or
aldermanlc    candidates,    and    It    's
hoped thai  then   will bi   as large U
not   n   lai'"      ���  ' lanci    than   'I '
.   .    at yei tei da;   i   i nlni 'i   session.
CIVIC CAMPAIGN
on-, mm
Mayor Keary Will Address
Public Meetinj o   Electors
in Committee Rooms.
gives mmm
AGAINST BILL MINER
Celebrated Trainrobber Did
Not Respond to Notice Is.
sued By Civil Court.
Bavarian  Duke  Dies.
Bayreuth,    Bavaria,    Dec. 1���Duke
Karl Theodore of Bavaria died yesterday from kidney trouble.
Judgment wai   hai ded down by the
court  reglserar, .1. J. Cambridge   yes-
for $500 and costs   aindunting
���     $   '..ST.   in    t'       I ��� ;      ItUted    service
.' gi     W     Edwards,    alias
Bill  Miner of penitentiary   fame.
On efovember i" an application was
��� ��� ��� to Judge Howa) In the count}
court, ia a Johnson oi behalf of VV.
'- ������ '.. tn   Bole   K.   C,  tor  servici   ,,!
of i   ��� ui ti   to  appear  by
...    11.t.wi ������,��� vice     '��� ���   ti   ila  when
o   thi   trail   robber could noi
bi   i ice ���tali ed  very  accurately,  this
mad.        ... ,.,  posi   tl     	
mons  in  the ofl ci   ���     the  registrar
  days elapsed yester-
: presei
"..���II   Known   form   al   the   1
          ared judg-
iti-   a den food that
mourn of iim claim o
in the treasury in Ottawa to thi   cn
thai   this  will   be
o covi    thi ent.
ONE   MILLION  DIVORCES
C ������:ANTEO  IN  20 YEARS
Wasl im ton,  Dee.  l.- -The    & i
Bureau has    publii I ,...., rehen-
���eport o ���     and i	
itlon oi the subjcci wa*
undertaken bj din ction ol Cong ��� i
and evrew oul of a conference In this
cltj between n pn Bentathe_ ol '-'���in
��� ��� i, denominations. The investigation has extended over a period ol neai Ij fh ��� j ears.
"Apparentlj thi dlvorc. rai like
the velocity of a t'Mlinu body, is ������
stantly Increasing," Bays the report,
"and ii is Impossible to determine
statistically from availabli data just
what the tes.ills would be il the rate
reached at any particulai time remained constant; in other words, no
statistics bearing on this question ol
the duration of marriages terminated
by divorce have been obtained 'ha'
accuratel) represent present conditions .it conditions at any particular
period, for the conditions are nol
sialic, inn dynamic."
The statistics cover a period from
1881 to the end of 1906, and the total
number of marriages recorded was
12,832,044. The Investigation showed
thai in the twenty years covered the
number of divorces granted was
945,625. In the twentj years from
. -��� ... 1888 the number "a* ah.mi
F16, hardly more than one-third
of the number recorded In the second
i wenu i ears i hi 11 poi I saj e thai
each bucci bsIi e flvi yi ai pi i Ion since
186. has- witnessed a marked Incn
in the numbei ol dti ol ci .
The   forthcoming    civic    elections
have   now    entlrel      rnpers      i the
pasl p     ��� >    ���   lather
nnd all other toplct  of common '":
b] ���     oi conversation it   the
city,     I'p t<. the present ci p did
for aldermanic   honors    havi  Bhown
remarkablj    sh>    about
breaking  cover, and    al   preseni    '
interesl     centres     almost     ei
around    the    iieln    between    Ma
Keary ami John A. Lei foi the mayoralty     Thli  battle promises to be i ie
ei  the hardest  and boobi  keenlj  contested In M.e history ot t'i    city.
The  First Gun.
What will  practically  be    the Brsl
run ol tin ipalgn win be Bred this
evening when  Mayor  Keary   wil] address a public meeting of voters In
his committee rooms upstairs i-. "
i luponl   i,hick.      Hi'-  wor ihip
he wishes the meeting to be open in
the (ullesl sense of the word and will
be elpsaed to see all those In
In civic affairs  whether acknowl <b ������ I
supporters of hia oi not.     In pai i
inr the  mayor    and  his    (,:	
committee would like to lad
. ten bl th< city present in force. In
the pasi the ladies whose name '.���
ure on the householders' and property-owners' lists of the citj have been
rather chary about turning om to
vote It is hoped thai this year tl ���
will take the opportunity afforded b.
the coming  puhlic    meetings of   ac-
 a   . I elvei   with 'lie affairs
of the city  and of turning ecu to ex-
ercisi  their suffrages on election day.
Third Candidate Possible.
Although ut. to the present n . third
party hi     ci     forward to    I
mayoralty   contest with I :'      :
���<n,l Mr   Lee   li  is still  po n Ibli   tl "t
thi    I      '    turm d Inti   n three-
one        A   pel"'l   tei
Cin uli   i d     yesierday   ...   the   ''f-
iContinued  on  Page  Thn   |.
First Snowfall.
Xew Westmlnstei experienced i's
firsi fall of snow for the present season   this   morning.      The    fall   com-
enced a few minutes after midn
and lasted uriiil ahout 1 o'clock, the
sidewalks, by the time that it had
ceased, being well covered. Indications at lime of going to press, however, were thai little of ll Would .remain to be seen by the average citizen in the morning.
250,000 WOMEN
AS ELECTIONEERS
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BIDS   OPENED   FOR
BIG   PRIZE   FIGHT
New York, Dec. I.   The bids
ei   the    Jeffries-Johnson   flghl
.... opened hole tills 61 ellllic.
bill no decision was ai ihed at.
it is prohaiiie thai the ������"!-
noiiiicement ot the name of the
successful bidder will be made
on Monday or Tuesday ot the
Coming   week.
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ACT OF GERMANY
ALARMS ALL FRANCE
Pails,  Dee.    2.���All    Fiance,  but
particularly the foreign offlce, Is
alarmed by the attltdde Of the Herman Government toward Alsace and
Lorraine, where the German garrisons were today Increased from 81,000
to 85,000 men. Since 18!>o the German army posts In these frontier provinces have been enlarged, and the
(piota of men Increased until the
French have come to look upon this
new Increase as unreasonable and indicative of German apprehension.
When the Franco-Prussian war closed
Germany left only 32,250 men in Alsace-Lorraine, but ln 1890 the number
had Increased to 67,250; in 1905 It
rose to 81,000, und yesterday an extra
detachment of four thousand men reported for duty ln the various garrisons.
Will Play a  Great  Part in  Next British  Election���Their Activities
Various.
LOhdon, Iboo. 1.--It is expected that
when the general election takes place
.vonien will play -,\ greater part in the
flghl than ever before. Some 250,000
wlll enrol themselves as electioneers.
They are members of the Women's
Llberal-UnlOhlst and Tariff Reform
associations, the Primrose league, the
Women's Liberal Vi deration, the Women's Rational Liberal assoclatli n,
tlie Women's Social and Political
Union; the Women's Freedom le.Ague,
and the Women's Union of Suffrage
Societies. Their activities will bo
various. The Primrose league will
v,iei.- againsi the budget; the Worn n'a Political Union againsi 'he
Conservatives; and the Suffragette
i'nion against any candidate not in
laoi of the franchise for women.
. h opinion prevails that It will bn
the hardest-foughl an.l most riotous
��� .. ction oiov known in England.
.Thousands of members oi the different women's societies are alreadv enrolled.
New Ambassador to Italy.
Homo.   Dec.   I.��� John   (1.   A.   Lelsli-
iniin.   the   newly   appointed   American
ambassador to Italy, arrived here today.
OBITUARY.
F. Thrussell.
The funeral of the late Frederick
ThrUBsel, who died on Tuesday evening, wlll take place on Friday at 1
o'clock from the residence of Mrs.
Wm. Cherry, Princess street. W. B.
Pales ls looking after the funeral arrangements.
D. F. Klnfl.
Dennis Farnsworth King died yesterday at St. Mary's hospital, where
he was taken last week suffering from
hemorrhage of the lungs. The late
Mr. King was 28 years of a,t;e and unmarried. His father, learning of his
illness, was on his way out to New
Westminster to his him, but had been
delayed on account of the disorganization of the train Bervice. The remains wlll be taken bark to West
Virginia for Interment
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   DECEMBER
Political Forces
Windsor Hotel.
B. A. Labrosse, .Montreal.
Win. Ghaher,  Montreal.
Vlncenl   Lotus,  Chiiliwack.
It. 8. Blackstock, Hammond.
Geo .Radford and wife, Halls Prairie.
G. McNaught, Vancouver.
Bert Weils. Chiiliwack.
E. Goudy. Delta.
Mrs. H. O. Downing, Mt. Vernon.
P.   ,1.   Madden,   St.   Paul.
J.  Wats..n.  Vancouver.
P. Monahan, Monl r< al.
E. Burns, Vancouver.
.   J. O'Connor, Grand Forks.
Russell   Hotel.
M.   S.   Smellle,   Toronto.
W. H. Williams, chiiliwack.
F. Moore and wife, Spokane.
D.  Montgomery,  Port  Guichon.
A. G, Bradley, Pin Lake.
L.  M. Kellile���:. Nlcomen.
F. W.  Haldi r, Vancouver.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   U.   Robson,   Vancouver.
H. Smith, Vancouver.
.1. w. Wlnti rs, Vancouver.
p.  Brown, Seattle.
,T. B.  ''.    ��� -'""   \ ancouver.
F, .1.  McKlnnon,  Vancouver,
W. B. Se..id. Toronto.
G, B   C . pbell, Vancouv  r.
W.  A.  Wl Ite, Vancouver.
C. J. ncouver,
M.   Taj ear.   V
w. II. M '   ucouvei
Or. C. S ncouvi r
ll. Wright, Vancouver.
m, Vancouver,
j. J. Mel"."ra..n. Vancouver.
J. B. <''-'���������' in, Vancouver
p, L. Buckli 5        ���     iver.
J. .1. W ic ".vi r.
II. T. Kirk, Vi ���
II. H. S waffer   V mcouver.
J, C. Birmingham, Toronto.
Join in Battle
Geneva, Ohio. Dec. 1.��� Fire man
Crawford, of Collingwood, Ohio, was
Instantly killed, and Engineer Kramer, of Erie, Pa., badly Injured i.e';.
when   a  cj i'e'1 . I   "a  an
bound  freight   engine  blew oul  al  a
polnl   . asl   'e." the  station.    The fireman and engineer wi re blown     i
the  cab  '���'��� ii 'low.
What Would
Be More
^ropriate
App
FOR A HOLIDAY PRESENT
THAN ONE OF OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OF OUR ORGANS,
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE, SINGER SEWING MACHINE. ALL ON EASY
TERMS IF DESIRED. WE
HAVE  RECEIVED A LARGE
iContinued from Page One.)
will depend upon tiie tiino occupied
tor debate on the premier's motion
which will begin tomorrow. It is ex-
pected, however, that this discussion
will be brief, the speeches by pre-ar-
rangemenl being confined to the leaders of the Unionist, Liberal, Labor and
Irish  parties.
Parliament will be prorogued doiii.i
less until the middle of January, but
the choice of a date is a mere for-
malltj as the preseni house comes to
an end by dissolution earlj nexl year.
The eli ction campaign will opi n In
i earnest on Friday when Davl-j Lloyd-
i Gi orge, chancellor ol the i xchi q iei,
and Winston Spencer Churchill, presi
denl oi the board of trade, who are
In Id chiefly responsible rei tne bud-
gel and Lord Lansdowne and J. Aus-
... Chan ' ��� rlaln, thi mi sl ai denl op-
uts of the government's mi asure,
deliver speeches, and with th.
ptlon ..i a brh l :    . . Chrl
thi   figl '  wil] bi   i a -I'i'ib, ���
.  .    tlon day.
���   ���   inj   respects
...ill be the terestiuj
i ai liamentai j .     I  ���
Some ol  the pei
the unusual coui
 intry to explain tl   ���   action In
againsi     the    bu -��� i     This
bi lle\ eei  by  manj  ol
lords to be Implied I I u  ci iti-
clsm which fell from thi lij - of some
of the staunches,   i Qnionis a
during  the receni
Lii yd Gi '.;'��� in hill and i
. radicals  can   be  a , ��� nded   upon   for
fighting Bpeecl ���    I    - .vor of the
.   ;   and again I   th    lee:.is   whili   Sir
] Edward Gn y, foi ign minii lei
I ard B u don Ha  lane, minister of war,
and other ml      ��� rs will supplj  more
I ammunition   and   fn e    ti ide    argu-
ii s.
���   Unionists although not so well
I equipped with orators ari  determined
ti   .  campaign,    They    will
leave the lords to look alter    them-
elves, devoting their own energies to
.-ition of tariff reform and a
...eiation     of     Socialism     toward
1   they will claim the budget is a
. first sti p.
Suffragettes Are Busy.
The suffragettes too who have '������, en
. aratlvi lj   quiet for a time have
e erving  their res .urci s for a
ort.    The    laborltes,    all
I strong supporters of the budget,   will
.    ���    tomorrow to arrange their cam-
paign and efforts are being made al-
.   and   with   some   success,     to
three-cornered contest.   As
I of   this   program   the   laborltes
witl drawing    their    candidati .-
i hose  districts  whi re  thi   L b
erala hare a better chance of suc-
,.. while the Liberals are doing a
similar service for thi Labor pa
where the latter is strong. In this
way it is hoped to secure a clear ma-
jorltj irrespective of tlie Irish, in favor of the budget, or with the aid of
the Irish to secure a large majority
against the interference of the House
of Lords in matters of finance.
The election in Ireland will be thi
most interesting since 1S86. The Unionists have decided to contesi mosl
ni the Nationalist seats with the Idea
of depleting the National party.
Classified   Advertiscm
>Cs
���ANTED���GIRL    FOR      GENERAL
,   .,���   .e; children.
;   Vgnes stn et.
iva^TO      I.KASL       HOUSE
GI     location and parti-
Addiv.-s    No.   1  N''WS  Of-
277-1
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and Influential requisitions from the electors ol
tlie City of New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the ma.'--
orally, in view ol the extensile public Improvements now in band, and
proposed for the coming year, l feel
ll mj duty to acci di to the wishes
of the electors in Uie- premises, and
will then : o r myself as a candidate at  the forthcoming elections.
As    previo isly    announci      it was
���  ���.        to withdraw  trom civic
politics at    the emi ol    the   pn sei;
1 ;��� ' gi nl wish of so many
f the i that 1        .....
.ii  offlc    until  the Improvemi nl
i, with    which  1  am  familiar > ���
evi ry di tail, is carri. I oui   co
me to bow       their wl
seek your        i gi b.
Ii eli eti        pledge in;..-. If to di
my   \'iy   bi si   enei   .
tecting the welfai e of    the    city, to
maintain tl ��� principl       -.  cl
ernment, and in e\       other po
way  advance    tl     Inti rests ol    i n
city.
Thanking   you,   ladii a    ������,;..''
men. for your ro        ipj    t in tin
past, and i Iciti
voti .- , id In lu.     ��� . l
b very inci    iy,
,.'   II.   KEARY.
New    W r,    ia C. Nov.   1
L!   9.
TO  THE   ELECTORS  OF THE  CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gi ntle     n,���Al the n -
ii il of a verj larg n rai. i of citi-
zi ns and rati pay. : consente i to
allow my nana' to bi i ibmitted to t i
I., ople feir tpport as Maj
New Westmin.- ti r I     the year 1910.
My policy I as bi en, Ii   and will b
whollj one of pn gn s.  and in thi   li
terests of all the people ol Ni -������
minster. I will discuss Issui    I
the campaign   and j'ou    ca i  ;:
consideration of all qui stions.
Polling day Decen bi r .::���'    1909.
JOHN  A.  LEE.
���
WANTED���FOUR WAITRESSES .'i"1
.... ;,., itici -.      Apply    Royal
TIIE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
dealers    in    electrical    tnachlm
fixtures and supplies, house wii    e
armature   wiring,    motor  repairing
etc.      Bank of Commerce building
'phone 381, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   &  AYLING.  FISH.   FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc.     Begbie *t���
opp.  Windsor  Hotel.
TYPEwrit
ING
FREEMAN     BUNTING
u""'-''"n block      p' o
b,nx 694
CUSTOM      STI
Typewriting;   co,
etters,    .,
lumbia Btreel      i
i
AND
isim ig
-. Co.
/ANTED���TO    BUY
���       ,   .1    'a .   i.-e     e   |l .-���      [n.
,   .   only.     Addresi
A      MEDIUM
Di .1 with own-
No. I,   News
277-3
WAN'    -i    SIT1   'Ci'ION
to ] cows or
'
BY   A   MAN
liaises.     Ap-
273-3
FURN.TURE
W. E. FALES. THE TORNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnea and McKenzie Btreets,
Phone 176, night call Sl.
GALVIN, LADIES     \v,
lorlng,     A  ni
Bl  In       B
'ns and n
ck.    Enti u  ,    ,
nnd 264 Clary
���>i'At
Press,
���
/ANTED���EMPLOYMENT BY MAN
kind ol    '."il..     Ap]
offlce.
FOR  Tl
cerles.
IE   BEST   VALUE
'I I'e
IN  GRO
'nre Foo 1
Supply Oi , P. o. Boi 811.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE CHEAP    SM VLL Bl
of acn age b;
.    Park
i    i 278-5
L'VERY   STABLE.
RING   UP
'   .   :    I .    .     I
' 'U;     HACKS   AND
The  Fashion   Bta
LAND  ACT.
ROOMS TO   RENT,
i''i LET���TWO    OR Tl   tEE  FUR-
��� e ,]     boui '       !"i'-
e,   e tc.      Applj 91,"   Fifth   ���
n ie.
MACHINE  WORKS.
TKE \.\Ki:  MACHINE  WORKS
Limited    Front street,    New   VV<  t-
minster.     Manufacturers of modi  q
saw an l    shingle    mill mach
Mill   plants   and  specifications   prepared.
WESTMINST1
Co.,     u
cai i:. ���   a
'   :   ���!  '
mates  furnl
prletor.
and ear lie ������      p
473.
e I
I        '���
PO.
Qtb
���     :..
LOST.
,i .ST -A      PARCEL     CONTAINING
ises betwi en  Fifth avi i u
.   city   limits;   finder  please  return tee Dainty Tea  Ro Colu
bla street, oi er "The Fair."
TO THE  ELECTORS OF  NEV/
WESTMINSTER.
New
Westminster   Land   D strict
trict of New Westminster.
Dis
i otice  that  William
[ McQuarrie, of   Xew Westminster, B
c. occuaption,    bai i Isti i   al  law, inti   apply for permission to ]
CONSIGNMENT OF  VIOLINS following described land
GUITARS,   MANDOLINS  AND      Commencing at  a  posl   planti ,  o
CASES. the shore of    Welcome  Pass at  the
OUR     HOLIDAY    STOCK   IS   ;��_,     ' :'        ' '   '"
r.r...r., -,.,- ,1   New   Westminstei   districl    thence
COMPLETE.      A  CALL   WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
��� -���- lj following the s .uth boundar yof sal 1 Lot 1178, in chains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Limit bS.b's.',, thence south
along the said westerly boundary of
said Timber Limit 38,78:;, 40 cliains
more or less to tho southwest corner
of said Timber Limit, thence easterly
following the south boundary of said
Timber Limit 30 cliains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, tbence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty 'IOO acres more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November LTird, 1909.
!. idii ������   . ���     Gei   .���      n,���At  th    n
quest of a nu       r of I
������ city l ated to offi .
If as a .   :.:. : ��� rman
in the forthcoming municipal election.
. : ���
Industrial impi ovi ���
I      ..ii.   li. Cl Bsit-3  1...;   '    a
.-< ction of thi
on   the aldermanic    board.      II
a fo u 1910
I pledge mysi ;i I i do mj ��� it to
advance the intei ��� sts, not onlj ol
toi ��� ��� e the i Ity as a whole.
: ! ', i these i.e . ds '��� a] pi ai to the
��� i tors ol Nev.- \\. stminster for theii
support.
JAS   N. AITCHISON.
P.
no.
Are Open to Supply
Ali Kinds of
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES &   C -
Real   Estate  and   Insuran ������  Agents���
ty,  farm  .and  suniir.   n   property,
260 Columbia stn e
ALWAYS    LIST   rOUl        ROPI
with    Hale    Bros.,    ISO    Coin   bia
��� '     for   quick    sail s.      p
335.     P   i.   draw  .   100.
SETTLERS ' S CIATION OP B C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, a   134.
MARSHALL       SINCLAIR,       I.N
ance. rea] eBtate, etc.. \_ located tor
the   resent a   tl    i ffic i ���    t: ,��� .- ���
tiers' Association, Beg le .street, op-
poslte Windsor li
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
ii. r.  MONUMENTAL  WORKS, JAS.
McKaj. i . mui icl urer and Import! r
of ii... inmental tomb: ton      b i Irting
Btone, etc.    Satisfaction guarani
Columbia street, New  Wi   tmlnster.
PAPER   HANGING  &   DECORATING.
1.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burla: a,    an !  Sai II i
lioua !   painting,   kalsomlnlng,   papi r
hanging    and  ��� d< atlng.      Sixth
Btreet,  New Westminster,
9__r>:'
^DW   -v..- f_
New Wellington
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of S
Phone 105 P. o. Box $-':
.-
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED A'N'U
repaired by your local tuner. \v. E.
Martin. Mus. Baa, city. A line
will bring him.
W. RICH
'Teaming and Ex-
I        pressing.
DEALE .
WOOD
PRINTERS.
["MINSTER PRI SS b- .; EVEKY
Kind oi job printing.     Midget  .
' li dg r . Cowie Cai on Papers
Pi one 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth  street.
730   FOURTH   ST.
IE R527
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT,
NOTICE.
To whom it may cone, rn:
Take notice that in accordance with
authority granted by the Departmenl
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu inland draw bridge at New- Westminster, B, C, will be closed to boai
traffic for a period of about two
weeks, beginning November 15th,
10'<0, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C. E. FOWLER,
President.
R.  T.  PRINCI
countant.
organized.
Co.     Room
block.       P.
:. AUDITOR AND AC-
Audits maile. Systems
Ag.-nt for the Hall Sate.
9, Westminster Trust
O.  Box  795.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S   RESTAURANT    \-    CAFE
��� ets    21   d eals   .'nr   $4.      Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor    mployed        .pen day ami
night.     Opposite tram    (flee
r-l ___*_' bill    '     a  -
' v\
II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND
and   all   kL'ds
hand goods,
office.
SELL FURNITURE
of new and second
A Spwk, near Tram
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW,
Hal i-Lavery  Block.
ARCHITECT
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
eeeeeeeee*>ee**>e****e*eee***e*eee*e*>eee*>e****e**e
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
1 ���m'_k_t..__a_;:__:._Jjl
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
In the railway bait in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by air. per
son who is th<j sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, io
Lhe extent of one-quarter section' of
ltJO acres, more or loss.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district
iti which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by tin- tat lier,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an intending homestead,t.
The homesteader is required to perform tlie conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or motner, if the
father i.s decassd), of the homesteader
resides niion a farm In the vicinity of
the land ent-ered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence   upon   farming   land   owned
by him in  the vicinity of  liis homestead, the requirements aH to residence I
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon I
tho said land. |
Six months' notice In writing should '
be given to the commissioner of Dominion   lands at  Ottawa of intuition
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of twenty-ona
wars at an annual rental of Jl wr
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined
W. W. CORY
Deputy of tlie Minister of the In
N.B.���Unauthorized   publicatii
this advertisement will
for.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,   SKIRTS,
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 204-6
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLI M-
i.i     street. Kins-class,     moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
.Monday.  Wednesday and  Kriday.
l__[NUU \1_\___ .'J
You wlll find It to
t    arrange your boob   .
whether you Inti ad to i - :���'������
ng for your trien Is,
From Montreal and Quebec.
Empress  of   Britain from St. John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and parti
ply to
E. QOULET,
C. P. K. Agent.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 346 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place wher.. the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNEA
Columbia and Eighth. H.gii-oia.-s
moving pictures, illustrated songs,
Program changed Monday, Wednes.
day and Friday.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer * ���' ��� '*
Brackman-Ker wharf ever) weeH-V
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladi I '^'r
ham Island and way per'
to Now Westminster on l
daj-. Saturday, returning Bame owing.
Additional    trip    Monday    m :"13-e
leaving New Westminster Bl "> a-0-
Trips will be made to Steveston a'
business  warrants.
This  schedule    subject    to change
without  notice.
NEWS
For freight and passenger rat
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager
ap
TELEPHONE  604.
P.  O.  BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting und  all   kinds of  labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13 Blackie street.
(Next  Cosmopolitan   Hotel.)
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������#*������������
Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
not   be
e-rtor.
;i    of
paid
"TheMilwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," 8t. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains In the service on an^
railroad in the workl that equal In
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
.wn and operate their own Bleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellenre of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent
131 Third St.. cor. Alder. Portland. Or
I RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
******+*****************+**+** **********************
fROM SOUP 10 COffff
ipared
W'e
the dinners    we serve    are I"1
with   care  and  discrimination,
exercise good judgment In b��yi��R
cooking. In laying viands l"'l0'e
W'e have no apology to make mi ,
place  or  what  we supply-      Wl
sure  vou   will    commend  our
methods   and   prices   when   J"'
or sup at
you.
��� our
feel
meals,
dine
KENNY'S
739
COLUMBIA   STREET.
TRAM OFFICE.
OPP- THU
RSDAV.
DECEMBER   2,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  Tll:;:'!:
LEATHER GOO
THE   LATEST STYLES   IN    HAND   BAGS,   COLLAR   BAGS.   CUFF   BOX ES. CARD CASES, CARD
SETS, BILL BOOKS, ETC.,     ETC.        SEE     OUR
WINDOW   DISPLAY.
CHAM3ERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
ib:\,y:yy.
F   3
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
hburnc.   B. C.
OUR!       FLOUR
IMPERIAL $7.25  per   Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
TPe & CO    FL0TJR AN0 FEED MERCHANTS,
I
X
2   CLEANING
ng   a   mono-
becomes n
i   '.n;;."it helps
ber��� Sui     ht   *
\ ori;. at li
in   I        ihe     J
.   ither Soap -.      jV
i Irections     /w
New  Weitminster,
::mM*M^.\^^r.
I y&3*V*__F3^_?V_r5P!K-'
r ':tzv&?r*��_Ye_____r_-z:
B. C. Mills, Timber ar
Trading Company
V \NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Limbo
Manutacturers and Dealers in All Ki
Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,
.(no    ot
Sash,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    F.tc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors, |
New Business
ine   mechanical   work   and
:neral repairing,  anything
���'��� clock to an automo
bill    repair list:
Cash   Registers
Dent il  Machinery
Mov   ig Picture
M.i-hi nery
Prior  graphs
S> v\     . Machines.
Elect.-ic  Batteries
Cam( e- -es
Cutle y
Models and  Patterns
Musical Instruments
Rifle
Type \riters
Surg:cal  Instruments
Surveyors' Instruments
Safes
Clocks
Scales
Cream  Separators
el Sweepers
Door Checks
Automatic Machinery
Drawers
tf. WEBSTER, Mechanical
���ert   .
LAW SHUTS OUT
M4NY WEALTHY HUNTERS
CHANCE TU SECURE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Pennsylvania Statute Prohibiting For
eigne , From Carrying Arms Has
Unlooked-For Effect.
ERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I Royat Ci!y Branch, Columbia St.
10  Sixth   Street,   Dominion  Trust
Block.
Pittsburg,   Pa .      i        1.���Thro i
the thick dni        .      ,    .
vania
and   Englishmen   w        . Iia\ e
bi s sta     as ''' -
Slri .. |    I   llj.'.e
the state,
jusi i , .erg ol
.
a  bl became  i
i
e ii Introduced this law was aim-
a    iui iimkeys    thous-
a.i   . mpl ... ed  In    the
mills .'f  i liis dlsti lei.    and    li    �� i
tl at tin   law   would  prevenl
manj    ol   i In   ui u di rs   so  pre\ aleni
among the lower class o(  foreigners.
Today, how.   i     li  was found
the law hail a Car differ* ut effect when
Matthews, an edu .,'.- d Kag
i who 1      I      I        lii      ction
I In   pasl ten j i ai... a tuxpnj. r and
a  model citizen in e\ i rj   waj. excepl
I In has nni bi en natui a
while oul hunting was arrested by a
table, and undi r the latesl enactment ��as taki n le. tore a justice ol
the peai ai d v*as seut to jail for
thirty-five days. While It is likelj
thai the law will I ��� ami nded or appealed al the in sai..n of ill.- Li g
isature, umii then it ��ill nol be wise
for an Englishman or Canadian to en-
dr;i\e.r to hunt In Pennsi i anla as
ine e.a e ol the . ountry contsable Is
enhanced bj  the arrests he makes.
Western Soap Co. Offers  Lot In   Bur-
ra d,   Near   North   Vancouver,  to
Local Soap-Users.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Comers Allowed to Appeal.
Wa   dngton,  Dec.  L.    Tne coun  ol
appeals  of  the   District   of  Columbia
���   daj    granted    the    ; etltlon    ol
i lompers, John   Mltchi II  ��� ���'
Prai       Morrison, of    the     '    '   '   ;
Federation of Labi r, hi      ���   ��� mti i ipi
case a: ainsl them for a staj ... i xi i a-
tlon ..i the mandate of the court si nd
lng  them  to  jail.      The  mandal     I
stayi el li ; flnltily pendli     app.
the  ; court   ol     the    United
Slat. s.
I ICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
.   a ll Ion of thi   oi i bridge is
:    safi     tor    vehicular
.    and   the  public  generally  are
.as'     hauling   loads   ot
iver It.
Pei ���       '     tlnuin    to  d> bo after
ihone 12
-��~r>
New Westminster
t1 is  ��� ��� - list I ike all th,. risl
... [ves
Bj o
on
Man'      :c -.cl  becomes  Leonine.
C tl,   D ' head oi
les    Meyei s,    a    sl oemaker, 22
. ,,i l, la gradually losing Its human acteristlcs and i      u '   ���    '
slur a ol a  lion's.     Th.   man, a
an   Inmate  of  the'cltj   li  spltal,   ��
ni  a-   bi fo     the Medi-
:   ; iation  as the  victim "   '
disi mow :i to nv
lenei
RATERNAL   SOCIE i iiiS.
|1   0 b    \M1TY LODC.I-., NO. 27.
mei ting o    thl    lo ige
i e; ifellows' hall, Cari   r
.   erj   Mondaj
.las. Ferguson, noble
i oatham. rec. secy.
[A. 0. V. \ . UASER LODGE NO. 3
- .'���: tli ��� _ Brsta nd third Tues-
I .....alia     fishing bn I .
: '��� Invited    io    attend. ;
L '.).  V.  W.  hall.  Odd
, Clarkson stree;.
Ilie
iscrii
Look
rz___r. tpst'^lmselz'
-  Hal
1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New  Westminster, July
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
��� IN���
H   E D  A   I   4.  K NEW
\ ��� ror Nev   v,.
i .. i. ad ��� ���     ���
....     meioi     which
this i
the  \\ > sl        Soa    Co
Ltd.,   . In ough   i .     >    ,.'. a.
I  a,  e   '. .
to in
Light
und to do
a i a      an.     ut  securln     > lini
     neai  the I
ol   Noi I .i  Vaneou\ er.
1 lie a.r, ertl -��� mi nt ol the soap '
ag forth the terms on which
the he's are to he' secured will b<
found on anot page, In tins ad-
Isemenl appeal i small coupon,
coupon must be cul oul and
filled in with the i ante and address of
the competitor and pastel upon  the
Slip ol   cara!'. ard  mark, d  "din ctlons"
one ol \\ inch foi ii .. p ��� ni everj
w rapper  ( !   Light li p,      The
coupon attached to the slip must then
be placed In a ballol box whi a has
been    Install) <l il      Lyall'   di ug
store,     The ballot box will be opened
��� en Saturday, January 29, and the winning coupon drawn in the presence ol
a commltti ��� appointed bj  those taking  part  In  the competition.      E n
individual taking pan  in the dra i
may semi in as many coupons as
v, ish. secui ing  a chance for each
thai   is requli e l  for each chance at
the lol is one package ol  Lighthouse
Soap and cue copy of the Dailj News
Civic Campaign
Opens Tonight
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIMt: TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEA ULE
ROUTE.
S s.  Pi aa ei a  Vlcti   ta   leaves Van-
louver 11 liract to Si at-
le  dailj   except   Wednc
s.s   i'ii i i   va      ivej   i
.in., dally for \ I
ss, p i Charlotte 1    ..    \ an
ouver,  10 a.m. dally, exci pi   Friday,
oi  \.. toi la
S.S wl Victoi la tor
N. W   Waa nine l, , v\   rj    I'u.'sdav.
Leavi -    .V >a    \\ sea;        ,   ,    u, t-
nesdaj
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tecs.
I.eaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14M.
each month for Quai Ino ancl waj
poiis; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcusci, Quatsino, Cape Sc itt aud
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan,
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m, dally. ex-
cepl Sunday, Leaves Nanalmo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,   Leaves   Vancouver
une 25 and July 9,
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
nn.'  is and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une  ia and July 3,
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
ss.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
IJune  11 and Lii'. and  every two weeks
titer, al'ier.
Aki_ZL_lt_i.'t
[COUR    BUI. .i'.TTK, NO. 4099,  W..\ j
fourth   Friday   in   the I
- o'cloi k.  in  the  small I
'������ iws' block.
na
Just the
FOR
I'       ;al order of baulks,
1 '    Meets every Tuesday t
3    p.m. in    the  blagles .
���tall. Columbia street.     J. N- Altcb ;
'son, \Y. Pres.;   II. Scholield, Seem
tary.
IOaRD   OP   TRADE���NEW WEST-
: ard of Trade meets in the
, City  Hall, as follows: j
'"i; l 'I.: ii day    of   each    month;
eetlng    ou   the    tmrd
Febr iary, May, August '
' t. at _ ii.m.     Annual
n   the  third   Thursday  Ol
N'ew   members   may  be
I elected at anv month- i
rterly    meeting,     C. H ���
secretary.
'���11.AND BENEFIT AS-
Lord  of th,.  Isles   Camp
B  mi   the   tirst     ainl   third
1 ��� very month In K. of P.
ball.
b  W,  Stlilierlaiid.
No
ROYAL    (MTV    LODGE
-   in   Oddfellows'   ball ;
' et, every Friday even
lock.   Visiting brethren
li  welcome. Q. E. OUley, j
, ��� ,; i  C.  i:  Osborne,  P  Q, record- I
ln8       e-;ir.
appreciates the Hour that -2b
her the    hest    opportunity for
showing her   skill���to   have a
constantly   perfeel    product i"
baking or pastry work.
Royal Standard Flour is the
kind that is giving satisfaction
to the women of British Columbia. 'I'he reason lies ill its
Inherent goodness���the Lest
wheal, the hi st milling and the
most skilful blending combine
to make this Hour a Bpecial embodiment of superior goodness.
Vou should use Royal Standard Flour tor Its own saki.
There is another reason, too.
Vou are likely to draw a coupon from your stick which entitles you to ti 109-piece china
dinner set There have heen
many    winners-thole  will    be
many more.
���
(Continued from Page One.)
feet   that   ex-Alderman   Marshall   S n
clalr   had   decided   to   CO OU    as   a
mayoral  candidate.   Questioned,  how-
Sinclair denied the run or,
I'p to the   preseni    no new  candi
iea-   aldermanlc    chaii s    havi
e forward,   the    gi n.   il attitude
upon the pari ol  those who .are con-
templa Ini   entering the < ontesl  I
to  wait   until    othi rs    have declai ed
In  or.ler  that    the;   maj
Held   'ie ���        The  result
of this    attitude will    probably  be a
kli    out i ��� a '.
in in-, daj. Saturdaj ol i In presi nl
and the .I '.��� prei edlng. All the
aldermen with tin ei c. pi i ��n i ol Aid
Jardine and Aid, Fadi r have si I
llnir  inii ntion  of  rum il lln,  and
���   i    ��� ���:     .    uti 111 on
who is rei o     caudldati
I   e m    tl " lie iii.   th si   being at
,   ,      ii   the onlj     num      befot -  the
electors,     !���'. Lynch, i lie pi eslden
the New Westminst croi      < lub,
Is known to be consldei Ini c i
ird as a candid He fo
li on the council. lie has not
yet made up his mind whether or not
to accede to the requests ol tin clti
zens who desire his candidature. Si v-
eral other Influential citlzenii arc
known to be contemplating entering
ihe lists but have not yel arrlvi I at
any   decision.
Voters' Qualifications.
The copies of the householders and
propertj'-owners lists are now on view
ai the City Hall, and all those who
are qualified should make sure thai
iheir names are there. li is. however, now too late for alterations, and
If any qualified voters have neglected
to sec thai iheir names are on the
lUtB they cannol have theni Inserted
in time for the present elections. To
qualify electors must pay al least
$lnn In rent or own properly valued
al   at   leasl   lhat   figure.
Oil Clothing
Oil Capes
Mud-Colored Mackintoshes
I Piped with Leather und Plain)
Leather Coats
Mackinaw Coats
OTH
SOCIETIES
FRATERNAL .
p10""1" the Union Lodge, No. 9, A
l :iI1(l \ M.. King Solomon Lodge,
y1' '' V F. and A. M.; L. O. b.
,0' 1] "'; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
��&Pperton, No, 46S3, I. O. F.J C. u.
">rl Westminster. No. Ulifi;
"oil   of  Owls.   Nest   No.  29.
Brotherh
^K.llis OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
- s- -Meets    second     and    fourth
",';'lv"   tit    S  p.m.,    St.  Patrick's
Hal'. Blackwood St.
RALTY    ELECTION    NOTICE.
Mayo
//[' '" notify tlie electors of the
Bent Xm'' Westminster that perma-
" """. Ittee rooms have been en-
a,;'" " the Dupont block directly
Btree,      le    F;ilr" store���    Columbla
tl,,.," '" '"""is will be open all the
(.,.v "n"l after the election and evil,;, '""' is cordially invited to visit
tan
;|t any time, and any assis-
'���'b-votl the committee "will he
utl> appreciated.
W. H. KEARY.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING iD
GRAIN CO.. Ltd.
VANCOUVER,
B.    C
ALL AT
Westminster
Transfer Co.
._,_. .���.       nirn  'Phone 137
wfflce   Phone H6-     "irn
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe
Clothier
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.  BcavL-r.
From  .New   Westminster    Monday,
,v ii-.cs.iay  ;uiei  Friday lit  ii n 111
Prom Chiiliwack Tuesday, Thui daj
and Stuntilny at 7 n.in.
Far   reservations   and   Intortnatlon
call or addrea.
ED. QOTJLBT,
Vge t. Ni w \\'e    min t. r-
C.  B,   FOSTER,
Asat. Gen, Pass   Agent, Vancouver,
.1. \v. TKOI i'.
General Snr.M-int'inl nt   viotoria.
Railway Time Tables
Grand Trunk  Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
iWontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal businessconternof
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VAuX,
Assistant Gen'l Passen^i-r and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
#
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves 7:55.
Afternoon Express loaves 15:25 for
all    points    East,    including   United
States points, St. Paul and East.
Agasslz Local leaves 17:35.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
B. C. E. R. Westminstor Branch.
Week Day Sclicuulo.
Cars leave Vancouver Eor New West"
minster ai o.ou, u.oi), ,..,, aud S;uv)
a.m., and every Lai.' hour thereatter
until  11:30 p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Van��
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:60, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m.. and every half hour Lhi
after until  11:00 p.m.
S-inday Schedule.
Cars leave Vanoouver ior Now Westmin iter at 8:00 and 9:0u an., .,u.i
every half hour thereafter until
11:80 p.m.
..'urs leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 3:00 a.n... and tivci-y uiit
hour thereafter until 10:00 p tn L.-t
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Mannrjer,  New
WostminitRr.
Great   Northern   Railway.
-v. N.W. 8:60 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:116
p.m.
Lv. n. \v.  il  ii.m.;  ar. Seattle 3:i5
.m.
Lv. N. \V. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
p.m,
Lv. N. W. 12:10 am.;  ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:06 a.m.;  ar.  N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:36 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9:80
P in.
Lv. Seattle 11:46 p.m.;   ar. N.W. <>:20
a.m,
Lv. SailiHe 13:26 p.m.; ar. N.W. t>:2r.
p.m.
G. N. H��� Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:15 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives tn city
Saturday at i) am
Leaves Port Oulclion at 1 P.m. on
Tuesday, 0:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives tit Port
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Iyeavps Guichon 6 a.m. each ween
day;   arrlws   8:50   a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally ���except Sunday;   ar. Guichon at 7 P-m.
LIQUOR LICENSE  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Roard for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to -sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson, in the said City of
New Westminster.
M. P. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 16, 1909.
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THURSDAY
��ECEMBER
The DaiSy News
Published by Tne Daily News Pui.lis.;-
Icg Company, Limited, at their offices,
TLe Dally News Block, corner of -McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
SPORTS
NORTH  VANCOUVER  MAY
BAR   PRIZE   FIGHTS
THURSDAY.   DECEMBER
THE  PEERS AND THE BUDGET.
Tho rejection of the budget by the
House of Lords, by the strong major-
Itj of IT", votes, would seem likely
in produce nothing less than a revolution in Greal Britain. That it will
be a peaceful and bloodle.-.-, revolution goes without saying, but Its ' f-
fi    - upon the social and political In-
. Ions ei the country maj be i
and for reaching.   As a resull of the
actl in  of the  Uppi     H   is    iti.- al-
: lin thai the Radical Govei
i... ��� will be dissolved and an .'.i1!" ������
:. ��� to the country. Exactly whai
form the i >s ie will take is yet
North Vancouver, Dec. 1.���This city
j is  to  make  an  efforl   to stop boxing
! contests on   the  north   shore.      Aid.
i Young brought  up the  matter in  the
city   council   meeting   .Monday   night
and  all  the    aldermen  spoke  to  the
s    ject.       Opinion    was    unanimous
that   means  should   he  found  to  prevent  outside     flght    promoters  using
North  Vancouver    for their    private
ends.
Aid. Hick pointed oul the Inadvis-
ability of preventing the little local
events which took place from time lo
time, and Mayor May contributed the
Information thai while the definition
of a prize-fight is obscure, Vancouver had stopped the practice by the
h position of a prohibitive tax, by bylaw. On motion it was d i Ided to
ba e tiie' chief of polic submit a
nn nl of the ca e .. to h iw far
e . a ext inl. ..I: the report to be
in next Monday night.
More Johnsons for Chicago.
Galveston, Tex.. D.x. 1,���Jack
jol a. s father tnd members of bis
family departed for (.'hicago yesterd .���
to make their future home with the
black champion in the property he n -
cently bought with his winnings in
big ring battles. Johnson was born
here and for years has claimed Galveston as his home.
Special Today
Bowling.
The  New   Westminster  bowlers  d< '
feated the Vancouver team last night
bj   93  pins.      Both  teams    did  some
good bowling, two men on each scor- \
ing   over   500-mark   and   three   others j
over  490.      Johnson,    of    the   local.-.
made the  high    score. 204,    and the
high average. 180,     J. Sloan was thi
foul line judge, and V. DeBray did thej
scoring.
The detailed  score  was:
WESTMINSTER.
5 Not    aper    and En-
I   IX.
....       . I'a.oks. Novel-
Si .  oni ry,   I. athi r
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mosl    - utabl���     foi   Xmas
The Fair
IK'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM BARGAINS
Iron and Brass Beds is Our Specif
This Week.       P    a't!
: I Columbia Street.
buy for ea--b and
We have received a carload of Bel,  ���
make room we are offering at greatlv rSS ' i
a large number of odds ar^i ^Mfe
money-savers.   Here are a few of the mafS?
gains that await you at this store:        '       J J[
ices
nuine
iv.
'ines in white en
b.
the same
TORONTO   WILL   HAV;
AMATEUR   HO'^.
Mini.
into,   bee.   1,���Mr.   .-'
a       gei  of the  Mut
i. . into, noUfli il tbe On       if
n. 'r .,   .e,i, ,,; the Peers   Bi mal Hockey leagi
a .    ��� . .       of Lord   "��� -'il,nl ,hl" "'"'V. wou!d   '. :"
fi ; sional  team  in   loronto  this  wm-
e,\. ne  thai   tn-- House was  nol   l( .,
Its c msen   to '1.''      Eight s. nior amati   i aln
bill un id been submitted to   b     had tu.plied foi   pla;
. . [.try, The Radical Govei nmi nt and
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Tot.
Johndro  ..
 170
135
189
494
Gilchrist   .
 181
140
166
487
Steel   ...
 152
162
176
490
Montelth .
 198
172
17n
540
Johnson ..
 20-1
138
200
542
Totals
,905
7-17
.   .
2553
VANCOUVER.
1.
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3.
Tot.
Crist   ...   .
 16G
168
169
503
Corbiere. .
...   .145
17��
124
;;.
1 alter    ...
 168
1 16
184
1 ���
Jordan   ...
 193
155
177
525
South   ...
 171
1 19
177
48.
Japanese Fishermen In Trouble.
Dec. 1.���The herring flsh-
00
Totals
.s 43
2460
Basketball Tomorrow.
The  col .     ian  Collegi   basl etball
players he] I     hard pi       ������   lai; evi -
its suppoi ti rs claim thai I Upper
House has no ri'-ih: to reject a finance
bill and thai the ��� y have tak
en is unconstitutional. But it is 1" r-
1. ps a mool poinl whethi r thi ir decision i" 11 ier the whole matter to
thi   elei  ors can  be i���> ��� ��� In the
light of an absolu         .Ion
over the majority of the Lo i - clal
ileat the Lloyd-Geoi ge budget is somi -
tii.;,. ; lore than a mi re 0 11
ure. bei tuse, they saj, it ii   ludi. I i-
pi  tant    proposals    ii spi cting    ne iv
forms of licensing and land tax;..i'e;..
and  thai    tpon     .is ground  tht j   an
entitled   to  decline  to i       Ie to
mi asure as a whole.
Greal Bi italn is now face to .'.e' -
with v. hat Loi d Rosi bi r b ts describ- j
ed as "ti;. grea . poii Ic .1 move-
menl In I ��� llfetl .... of anj man
lk'::." l�� was in that year that 'hr
anabi.. s if over the -.��� at
Reform bill took place I et a ��� en the
Lords  and  Com Then  it
the pe.    , al       having
jei ted 1 ell's
.   .
ed it.   And i
...
;                      .   .         ;     theii      trial
Among           .....     need of the l
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mai
I                      be  ci      .-. i.i   . o   up   i  t
thi .        Gov-
e.     ;     ...  p       .
.   quest!
I- ' 1 e;t as to  ������
er this wlll be gei    .....  ai cep ���
the i    ..    .     ....        .    ;    a
T! ���   real issu dd  seem
��  i the  budget framed by    Mr.
Lloyd-George ani passed by the
Houi ... i lommons .shall be adopted
or not, the alternative being the provision of a budget that does not contain such proposals as the Unionist's
claim are of a socialistic a.id revolutionary character.
Mi. T. P. O'Connor, who is ut present In New  Vork, regards the action
of  the  peers  as  a  pronouncement   of
their own doom aim considers it will
precipitate an uprising of the m
against   them.     Hut   we   doubt   very
much whether a general election will
result in anything so decided as this.
Since 1832 the Britisli House ot Lords
has been a threatened Institution, yet
it has retained its power and position
undiminished to the present day.   ai
heart the Englishman i.s Conservative
possessing a dee,, reverence for the
anclenl  institutions ol  his    country,
and it is for this reason that we doubt
whether the electorate wlll deliver a
mandate for thi  desti iction of an Institution which ha., been a power In
the  land  evi   .-ita-.   the  nobles  compelled King .in!... to . Ign the Magna
Charta.    That,   the  British   House  of
Lords needs to be i. lorn,e.i ihere is no
maimer of doubt.   As a parliamentary
Institution it Is no longer in accord
with  the spirit of   the   age and  the
needs of the time,    But that it can
be wholly swept away, as some Radical   enthusiasts   seem   to   imagine   it
should be, is quite unlikely and   altogether Impossible.
It is certain that the general election, which it is expected will take
jdaee in January, will be the most
momentous constitutional and political occasion that lias occurred in the
memory of living men. and the whole
civilised world will watch for iis result with  the very keenest interest.
Mutual street rink, ami Mr. Mlln in- ning  and  are feelin     I     good
formed  the    represen itives    thai  U for their meeting   yith the two teams
���.   dd be impossi i ai commi ��� of the V. A. C. wh i wil] jourm . i   ���
,1  sslonal   ti ii       Moreovi ..   tl to  meet   tin   i o     Fridaj   e    ning
a    . ., ,.; .��� j    d d it ���:   a '.. ill" pn ae nt wei ; ,     The Coll
e.e . .  a rink owm i s    viewpoint, and are worr;
the To onto man b id d< cide i to give
; ..   ..a.ate ii.- pi  .. rence, for Una:
1 a lino.
Industrj is    onlj   com-
; .   md airs  dj  Japanese flsl
got Into   tt" ,.-:,   thro ij
���.-    regulatioi
te fii    ���     e   pro  ear. ,i after
; .\a o'clock
���.. ..    .    , ab >ut  a
japanes    I      - Uh -ally
ag   in   the   wati Departun
ested tl ndi rs.   They
tot "'
les Tayloi
Spanish  Municipal   Reform.
.
published  in  the   i :'
I  xl of a swei ;
of municipal administrai
to take the plai
nre which ex-Pren I
I   iui is.
1 only IRON' BED, square
by i', ft., with brass spindle
Regular Valu=. $45.00  _... - r_,
    SALE SPECIAL S25
2 only [RON BEDS with brass spindle and
rancy fillings; size 3 ft. 6 in. by ., ft
Regular value  $7.50  ..,-..
 SALE SPEClAt
6 only IKON BEDS, brass tops, rod and 1 tn
Regular   value   $6.00 SALE SPECIAL $465
We Aim to Satisfy.
LF F * S  Furniture Emporium
hU   _____     KJ Lea's Block, Columbia s-reet
NEW WESTMINSTER,
urns, ���
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XMAS CARDS
To   Extend   Chinese   RMIway.
'    oy,  1 i Ina,   De.     1      .   ���     impe-
and other reasons.
Woodstock   will   bi   asls   I   to  Join
the  i...- ie ...  Toronto s  place,     All
ol   the  teams  1   ci p    Brantford have
si c .; ��� .1 ai rangements for 1 ink accom-
1'hi    four   lean,.-, practically const it uie a  trolley line circuit.
a:..1  it     was     flgured     that   Toronto's
li twal    would    prove    an   evi n
'. financially to the other.-, though
the Toronto club was in.- best drawing  . a: J on the circuit.
GLEASON  EXPECTS TO  LAND
THE BIG PRIZE FIGHT
boys
of
Cam. ron,    thi Ir      tar    1 ian,   .. 1 ��� foi .���      l0ar(j ,,,- communicati
1    days  has   b at   his   ,     , ed  ..: 000 for  thi       '  1    on ol
home  al   Harrisi  1   1!..   Springs.    He .   Ali,,,. and Cliing Chow railway.
was expected  to arrive  In  town  las' _______^_____	
evening on one 0 ��� -       --  	
continentals, bul ln tin   preseni state NOTICE.
of the C. P. R. line tlie.- managemeni 	
of  tbe  team  will   no;   I     happj   until .\ ...-neral rally ol                     '���:.- '���'-
they actually get him.                            I.Mr.   \V.   II.     Keary, foi
  or, will be hi Id on Thursdaj 1 '������   -
Anti-Noise Ordinance. the 2nd, Inst., al   the committee
Chicago,  li.''   1.���1       city council rooms,    Dupont      block,      i'e.it:.
has passed the    anti-noise ordinance
prohibiting peddlars    and    hucksl  1 DAVID DOUGLAS,
from    shouting    theii     ware:   In  ti'" AI>��\'.I S  JOHNSTON,
street. For the Committee.
We  have  just  received  a  very   great   range   of   XMAS   CARDS (rom
the very best publishers.      You  had better make your select.ors now
while the assortment is complete.       It   will   not  cost  you  any more
and you  can  gain a great advantage  by  doing your buj
Our  selec'aon   is  beyond  comparison in the city.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J.  MACKAY & CO.
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New   Vork.  Dec.  1.���Jack  Gleason.
oi San Francisco, yesterday afterm
. ��� ��� mi nces from Georgi Little, manager of Jai k Jol nson, that If
it  ia within the powei   ol   Littb
���  on light will be held in
- an na al S tn Fi ancl sco
.... 1 son .1. clared that hi  could seat
: ��� ���    ns and that the admission
.: : t i;i from $5 ���
Little said    thai    hi     thou -it:  the
G froth    co   bination    could
. I?   ;. ..I  more mon 5   11 om  thi
both   ten-  thi   :,-���'
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mtry, and   1        th   ���
. ��� nol  known. It 1
that    ii'       Lit!    ���      lie.-    ale.  -
��� .   gay  In   th    final    oul
I   Is ...e opi ni .I in Hob.
'.      on ou
��� fight      Gli asoi   arrived h   -
In con-
th J e    and his man-
li   Is  dei     ..  that  Gli a
prac elm   ��� (  I' .   big flj
:;ae.Ing pic  ire di al re-
gardlng which Johnson is very b
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A HOME FOR
$1800
H.i- ~r~~*r-^.v_*_unxtBD'xvtriam-._i,
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7-ROOM   HOUSE   CLOSE   TO   SIXTH
ONLY $1800 ON  EASY  PAYMENTS.
STREET   CAR    LINE,
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE JUST OFF BRUNETTE ST. ANO
THE NEW SAPPERTON-MILLSIDE CAR LINE. BATH. ELECTRIC   LIGHT.   ETC., $1&03.      $250 CASH   SECURES  IT.
WE   ARE    READY   T^   SHOW
you how It is cl ���
high-class    b'Ul ling     matei
than it U to purch
er    kind.      Wc    ��� I   j
buildings   bulU   wit
rials   that   never need
We  can   point   to
that  need repairs a
Bul   ' bey   wi   ���   ooi
1  v. rials ~  .
cheapness lies?
GELLEY  BROS., Ltd.
nte, Shiles I?* Co
628 Columbia St,, Xew Westminster.
t��e-__m__mia_._.___.kv_'_______.
~tt2___*r.,
Protest  Disallowed.
The proti   ���  entered  bj   : bi   Columbian  College rugby team against   tin-
loss of the game played by them with
the Rowing Club on November 22, has
been  disallowed  by the members of
the   Rugby   union.      The  local   team
claimed  that the    referee was Ineffl-I
cienl hut as hoth captains had agreed j
on him before ti e game.     The union !
decided that their contention was oul j
of order.
MAYORALTY ELECTION
NONCE.
W.  H.
KEARY'S
TURE.
CANDIDA-
We beg to notify the electors
of the City of New Westminster that permanent committee rooms have been engaged
in the Dupont block directly
above " The Fair" store, Columbia   street.
These rooms will be open until after the election and every
one is cordially invited to visit
the rooms at any time, and any
assistance rendered the committee will be greatly appreciated.
DAVID   DOUGLAS,
ADAM  JOHNSTON,
For the  Committee.
Electric (Railway Service
The Royal Cafe
is now under NEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most   prompt   service   in   the  city.
Our 25c Lunch (11:30 to 2) and 35c
Dinner (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
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Cars   for  Vancouver   and
5tations   will   run  every
hour   from   5:.a0   a. m.
car h-avea at 11 p. m.
La8l  car l��nve��  Vancouver at
11:30 p.m,
Cars leav? the depot every
twenty mlnutea tor both Sap.
perton and city limits over the
city   line.
City  Line:   Cara   ���
office on the hour, twenty mia-
Utes   after,   and   forty '
after, commencing at 6:2   u tn
Sapperton   Line:   C
at   ten   minutes alter  the flour,
half past and fifty minutes -ibr:
thp   hour,   commencing
a. m.
Sunday service half-h
twepn 8:30 a. m. and 11
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Dominion Trust Block, Opp, Postofflce.
J.  P. CASH,   Proprietor.
-'Advertise   in   The    News.
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
Ten Dollars down and Ten Dollars per month, no
interest This property is on the new cut-off of the
v. C. Electric Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID.
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS.
WAIT AND WATCH.
Only  S.'i  days   before   the   tolls  are |
removed from the New Westminster
bridge vide F. J. MacKenzie's pledge.
Only 83 days to waii before the
New Westminster bridge will be
lighted al night, vide F. J. MacKi n-
ide's pledge.
Lot  on   Fourth   street,   between
Third and Fouith avenues, all in
orchard.   Price $1000.    Terms to
suit purchaser.   Enquire
HALE BROS. & CO
706  COLUMBIA   STREET.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
_M*.    PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Goods
v
PORTING NEWS
HOVEB WILL MEET NAY SUBSTITUTE
SHANROCK SECONDS    LACROSSE FOR FOOTBALL
Charity  Cup Wlll   Be    Now    York    School    Authorities   Con-
Of   ii    Vancouver S.it elder it  a Gehtle    Game Than
Grand Stowing of Christmas
Gifts on View,   Main  Floor
- ���    NECKWEAR.   NEW   BELTS, BRASS GOOD.',    PI  RSI 1
..;,;,   KID GLOVES, FANCY      LINENS.      FURS,      BLOUSI
I    , PANE8E CUSHION   TOPS. KIMONAS   . I Cl ! IS
WE SELL FOR LESS.
1 :// Fafnion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
i   day
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ill  i    Foo bal    li "i '
evi am,    tin    d    '
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Xmas Fancy Goods
DESIGNS IN CUSHION    TOPS     CENTRES     D0>
.  ES    TOWEL  OR T'E   RACKS.   WORK    BAGS.    FANCY
RK   APRONS.  COLLARS.        JABOTS. HANDKER-
:hiefs   ETC.. ETC.
ARE   WANTING SOMETHING TO EMBROIDER
-AVE   IT.
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lots is held at higher prices.
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FRONT   STREET.
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Friday   Night, December  3.
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE    vs.    VAN
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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press fthe 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.
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THURSDAY,   DECEMBER  2
WATER   NOTICE.
Notico is hereby given thai an ai'-
pllcatlon will be made under Pari V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain
a license in ilie Westminster Division
of Westminster District,
in). The name, address mid occupation of the applicanl is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
iis head office al lhe cily of Vancouver, ltiiiisli Columbia, and having a
capital of $2,600,000 divided into 2,-
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up.
iin. The name of the lake, stream
or source is Suicide Creek, flowing
Into the Nlcomen Slough in Dewdnej
iii riet, aboul three and one-half
miles easi ni Dewdni > Station on the
i      idian Paciflc Railway.
id. The poinl of diversion i*
aboul elghl miles up Suicide Creek
from iin polnl where Suicide Creek
Intersects with the Canadian Paclflc
Railway.
td). The quantity of water applied
for ���"."> cubic feet per Becond.
(e). The character of the propose,]
works is the diversion of sai.l creek
by means of dam. ditch, Hume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipe's, and
the establishment in connection
therewith of a water power plain for
the generation of electricltj for mechanical, Industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly in the operation of motors, machinery, electric
HghUng, the operation of tramways
and other works for which such light,
heal and power, are suitable and
available. The premises on which
the water is to be used is a power
incise in lie constructed in Township
_Twenty-one (21), Dewdney district.
about two miles north of the Canadian Paciflc Kail way, li"ar Suicide
Creek.
(g). The purposes for wliich tho
water is to be used la to generate
cleai ie | ower, lieylit and heai for
traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing and all and every Industrial
or oilier purposes to which ii may be
applied.
ii). lf the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describi
the place where the water is io be
n tu ied to Bome natural channel, and
the diffi n nce in altil udi bel ween
poin; of diversion and point of return. The watei' will be returned to
the bed of Suicide Crei ;. al or near
the said proposed powerhouse, the
dlffen ne.- in altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
iji. Area of Crown land Intended
to l.e occupied by the propose l works
will nol . a . .,! 90 . acn s Inclusive of
lands to be submerged by n ason of
storage of water.
(k).      This  notice  was  posted   on
the 3rd   day  of Noveml i ',11)       anei
application v\ ill be made ... the Commissioner ..a i he 10th day o   Di
ber.  1909.
ih.   Give the names und acl In
of  anv   riparian   proprietors  or   li
sees  who or  v. ho:     lan Is  a   ���  likely
to be affected b    I   e proposed wi
ei;. e r a!...\ e    or    belo .    i be oui let,
none.
. ��� .. The pari of the M. moi an-
dum of Association of i i. Comp in: ���
which av.t hori ��� thi pi oposi i application and works, read    .     follows:
(3). The objects f ir ��hich the
Ci ��� pany la ei tablished an i to which
obj . lie ('..mj. iny    are  i ��� stricted
are tin ac ui iii.e-i of wai i . ad water power by rec..nis of unn coi ��� d
water or b. the purchase, of water
recids or water privileges for.
11 i true ting, operating and maintains' 'i.- works, power nous-
plant and such other
appli i id conveniences as are
necessarj and proper for the generating ''J e |, _ <\, \,.. ,,]��� electric power.
for anj other form of developed power, and fo transmitting tho same to
be used by the con pany or by persona
or companies coi ' acting with the
company therefor, as a motive power
for the operating of motors, machinery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heal iim or as
a molive power for propelling tramways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,
pumping, li^htint:, crushing, smelting,
drilling and milling or for any other
operations to which it may be adapted
or to be used or supplied for in connection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may ho applied or re.,ulred.
ir). For rendering water and
water power available for use. application and distribution by erecting
dams, increasing the head of water in
an.v existing body of water, or extending the area there,))', diverting the
waters of an.v stream, pond or lake
inin any other channel or channels.
laying or erecting any line or flume,
pipe or weii constructing any raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel,
building, or oilier erection or work
which may be required in connection
witli ih Improvemenl and use of the
said water and waterpowi r or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any
such works, or any pan  thereof.
ini. Tin- company applies for a license to store water. The place of
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water is the land above the said
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an area of about eight
hundred acres to bo formed by the
utilization of the natural elevation of
the land and dams.
(o)    The moans by wliich it is pro-
FOUND THIS BABY       <
IN A WASIITUB
MONTREAL MUST
HAVE ICE PALACE
Stork   Leaves   Two-day-old    Infant   at
Childless   Couple's   Back
Door.
It is Never Happy in the Winter Time
Without  it���The   Railways  Are
Extremely Chilly.
.Montreal, Dec. 1.��� Zoel Tartis, residing al 83 Prontenac street, found an
Infant two days old in a wash tub on
the hack gallery of his house yester
day morning. Attached to the wraps
on the child was a note saying thai
good luck would always attend who-
evet   took cue of the baby.
Tartis and his wife have no children, so when they reported the find-
in got the baby to the Easl Craig St.
Police Station, and were Informed
they could keep the waif lf they desired, they decided to adopt ii as their
own no matter what kind of luck It
broughl,   Ihem.     They    have   lln   idea.
who left the Infant on their hack gallery, but believe 11  must  have been
siune  une   who  knew   they   were  loud
of children.
Montreal, Dec. l.���a meeting oi
'citizens tonighl decided to hold another winter carnival, the dale being
set for January 2(5 to Februarj I. The
railways were asked to send repres n
tatlves to the meeting, bul the only
one on the scene was the Canadian
Northern, which, so far as Montreal
is concerned, is a negligible quantity.
li was decided to have an Ice palace.
This is the feature to wliich the railways take exception, li Is understood
that they have no objection to a week
of winter sports, inn they are down
on the li e palace, as it lends io injure immigration.
A   DRUGGIST'S CONFIDENCE
Deer on City Streets.
New Haven, Conn., lie.-. 1.���Deer
are so numerous that State Game
Warden Stark has warned boys and
men not to throw sticks or stone's at
the animals when they are si en on
the city streets.
Roosevelt Party Heard From.
Londiani, British Easl Africa, Doo.
l.���Colonel Roosevelt, Kermit Roosevelt, Edmund Heller and A. Taslon
arr.ived here yesterday from Guasing-
hlsu plateau. All are in splendid
health,
CHIEF JUSTICE INDICTS
ADMINISTRATION  OF LAW
Morden, .Man., Dec. 1.���Mrs. Law.
who circulated defamatorj letters
about a neighbor named Stewart,
whom she dill not like, and signed
them wiili Miss Stewart's brother's
name, was convicted before the Assize �����<>';���: today on a Charge Of
ciiminal libel and sentenced i0 two
nonths iu prison, The occasion was
taken advantage of by Chiei Justice
Howell io criticize severely the Attorney-General's Department for the
way in which jusi ice had been administered in this case, as political
ends had been allowed to Interfere
and to i aa.-e the arrest of the plaintiff's brother, whose name had been
forged. l!i is a prominenl Liberal,
and thi Crown undertook to prosecul ���
him when thi re was practically nothing to ;i"-':f\ such a course. He "'as
isoned bul a bi eif preliminary
e .-i mi n.i i son pro;   I  his  Innoci nc .
In   D.   D.   D.   Prescriptions  as  an   Eczema Cure.
When   a   druggist   frankly   gives  his
opinion of a remed) it is well woi th
listening io. lie is in position to know
jusi whal lhe remedy js made of, ami
lie knows whei her ii is curing liis customers  or  not.
Druggist R. C. Roberts, Of Osage.
Sask.. has still other grounds for his
favorable opinion of D. D. D. Prescription, li cured him of a stubborn case
of Eczema.   Here is Ids testimony:
"Having had eczema on my hands
the past three years ami beinga druggist I have used a greal many ointments, but have never used any drug
that gave such grand results as D. D,
D. Prescription.
"I have also advised t_ number of
other people to use I), u. 1). and Bnd
il did Ihem good. 1 have every cou-
fldence in this remedy."
D. D. D. has been remarkably successful in curing eczema and oilier
skin diseases, because ii attacks the
itch righi where the germs which
cause ii li vt���in the skm. It stops
the Itch instantly, soothes, heals ami
permanentlj i ures.
"1 especially recommend I). D. I).
Soap In connection with the treatment."��� Crank Mackenzie, druggist,
New Westminster.
l-'or sample bottle of D. D D. Pri -
scription, write to the l>. D. D. Laboratory, Department N. N., 23 Jordan
streei.  Toronto.
i   .  sale by all druggists.
I IFE SAVERS  BATTLE  WITH
VAST  ATLANTIC   BILLOWS
Baltimore.  Md.,  Dec.   l.-The We-
saving cr.ws oi Cape Hatteras. I reed
Hill and  Hatteras Inlet  Btations distinguished themselves when they res
Captain   Heinze  and   28    men
Illl WSliT,
which
from   the  steamei
had ma aground,
Buffeted by huge waves, the tnret
made theii   way beyond the
. _   iteamer and ran In on her
|pp       j'a,.   men   wore   I ra 11 sl er red   from
[] ,        Ip  to the  heals  wiliiolll  lhe loss
'   :m' ,     ,    ,    .i
Several   limes  ii   seemed   that   tne
;,, ,.eaCh land would prove tu-
ian   afti r n   hard  struggle  they
a   back   to  their stations.
It i   com Idered probable thai    the
i i i go to pieces.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   D.   C.
Telephone 13. Office   Eighth  St
1909.
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Novelties   in    Leather _\ ���
743
FRONT STREET
la the place to buy or sell  new and
Isecond-hand goods of any kind.    We
fill ltOZLN JELLY MS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
��� They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
Goods at
Roof of your house or
oarn gone back on you?
No wonder nf; ,
rev* csn Btand it. ���
1'at on n new   one  nf '���  i
Roa,,,,,.    No, ���H
Kuberoid is an
will  stand  all  |
heat, cold, sun,
no difference to l akt5
It   il  weat her-1      ,|       ���  f
lilting, re"
Willnot melt, ci
Must easily .,,
do painting, s
Call or write for full WienUn
humpies uud prices. '
MOREY'Sl
Just the thing for sending away.
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Jiegc^aii^i��*aTirraBS_i3r3is_K,5
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
! Animals
. for sale at a bargain.
W'e can'; begin to tell you all we
have, imi no matter what yon want,
come here Brst. _.
A!ex. Speck T. J- TRAPP X to, Iti.
SECOND - HAND    STORE. \ ��� 	
iolumhla St.     "Man on the Wheel." | \\H    J    1    P ��� ni     ,
Model oign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster,
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
\m     60   YEAR3"
ta��* EXPERIENCE
Constable  Shot  Indian.
Bn ��� "a.nl.  Ont,  Dec.  1.���While arresting thn .��� young Indians who wer
I disorderly   al     the     Pagan     Council
1 louse,  late on  Satdrda}   nig h .    Dominion Constable  David  Catiow *h<.'
���..iur.it Curtis Martin, an Indian,
.'   il i.e claimed, attacke i him with
a fence rail.    The i onstabli   w s ar-
:   ;ted   hei     today,  after   he   had  delivered his prisoners at the local jallj
iid he fli        ol Into the ground.
and   win ei   Marl ia  approach! d  closer,
shot at  his h    -     Carlow  is a man ot
powerful   : and  his arrest  is
on the groun l that the shooting was
.��� i a si    ary.
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ai Dl   -!GN3
' -"VJ'vrO      Copyrights Ac.
Anvono sending a sketch and di
\_      ��� ..   .ertain our opinion free wfictber an
... prot ably v ileni able,   '
���   i   HANDBOOK onP    ud
senl    ce. I    lesi       ������-.,.. patents.
Patei ts taken i -, Uunn     Co. reoelve
t_ . "     oat charge, int1:.?
Sckittif K Bnerfcatt
A handsomely Ulustro't-.l weekly.   Largest ctr-
eolation at i.i.v Bclenttlle journal,
Canada J3.75 a year, postage prepaid.   Sold bj
hu newsdealers.
biau'.b Offlce, 625 F Bt. Wasbtast in.).-. Q
WtfEN  GOING EAST
ASK. Till-: TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
i Train.  Every Hay in the Y. ar
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paui
and Chicago
THE TILVI.N  OP FAMK
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
odies  the   newest   and   lest   ideas
fo     COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.      It  Is   lighted   with   both
electricity and gas; the mosl  brilliantly illuminated train in the worl I. Th*
. .nnmt consist   of private compart-
mi nt .air--, stan lar i  16 section Ble
ers,    luxurious dining  car,    reclining
chair cars   (seats  free),   modern  daj
i  ie    aad  buffi t, library and smok
Ine cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or nni
further Information  call on or wri'.p
P. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wa��h
CITV  ELECTIONS.
Notice is her. by given to the electors of the Citj  oi New  Westminster
'that   I  require  the  pres.nee of    the
said electors    al   the Cltj     Hall, on
Monday  tl i li  day of    Deci mbi i ���
1909, al  il  o'clock a.m.. for the purpose of electing    a    Mayor and two
Scl I  Trustees for  the  year    1910,
and ai   t2 o'clock noon of the same
day, for the pui pose ol electing Beven
i   ��� ong as Aldi rmen for tl e said year
of 1910.
Tl b mode of nomination shall be as
Each    candidate    shall be
- I  in    writing;    the  writing
; [bed    by two persons
as  proposer and si cond       l ho shall
be  ilni>   qualified   i lecto .-   and   ri 11-
di tits in Hie- city, and Buch nomination
: shall     contain    a    statement
in '; bj  the person nomli
he consents to such nomination,
���   nomination papers shall be di -
11 ered   to   i! e   Ri tin ning   Offii
anj   time  between  the  date of    this
case of the Mayor and
!  Trustei s)   12 noon ol   I      6 li
ber, 1909, or i In the c   i
of  Aldi p.i     of the
same day.
lu ihe- .... ... of a poll being necessary, sue!        ; will be opened on the
1909, at  9
o'c ick  a.m.,   and   will   ret pen
until .". p.m   ol lay a
Tl e Co tncil Chamber, Citj Hall: the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and tl e vVati rworks Sl	
ai tl e  con i r ol Quebi c and Eleventh
Bl i' e >s; of n hich everj  person is re-
notice and govern him-
ii If accordingly.
i a undi r my hard at the City
Hall, N'ew Westminster, thi 24th day
of November   1909.
W, A. DUNCAN,
Retui nine oilier.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS'
AND SAUSAGE.
AT TIIK
Central Meat Ma
3orner KlghtB St. ��n5   Fi..)i i_nm
PHONE 37a
BOWELL & ODDr, Prooriitofi.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS, I
' i i    and    solicitors    "
Trust  Block, Columl   i
Westminster.    W.   .1    V
L, Edmonds,
WADE, WHEALLER &  McQl
(F. C Wade, K. C. A
<;.   McQuarrie),    Solii
ters, etc., li! Lorne
couri hnus.' New
(Phone    1 in.     Vam
Rooma   20  and   21,  Wl
Ing, 413 Granville streel ol
Tlastlnps street.
GEORGE   E.   MARTIN
and   Solicitor.    Guii
lumbia    nnd    McKenzie SI
Westminster,  II.  C.
posed to store the water is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling upon the surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot in depth above
the outlet will bo at zero ten acres,
and increasing at the rate of about
five acres for each foot in depth.
Iq). It is proposed to acquire the
land���which may be held by private
owners���by purchase or if necessary
by expropriation.
(r).   The    acreage   feet     approximately intended to be impounded will
be about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver  Power  Co.,  Ltd.,  Incorporated 1898.       .
Take notice that an application lias
been made to regisi i iar! Bradbury as the owner in fi e simple, under a tax sal.- deed from the reevi
and clerk of Burnaby to Charles Bradbury, bearing date the 16tn day of
July, A. I).. 1908, of all and singulai
that certain parcel oi tract of land
and premises situate, lying and b Ing
in the District of New Westminster,
in the Province of Bi itish Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Lots ir, and 16, subdivision
oi Block 2, of part ol Lot 29, Group 1.
Vou and these claiming through oi
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land bj virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interesi
in the s.iid land lo desc< it, whose
title is nol registered under the provisions of the "Land Reyistrj Act,"
are required to conti sl the claim of
the tax purchaser w*thin forty-flvi
days trom the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and In default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed wiii In such pi riod,
or in default of redemption before
registration, yon and each of you will
be ton \er estopped and debarred
from setting up anj claim to or in respect of the said laud, and I Bhall
register Charles Bradbury as owner
thereof in fee, And I hereby order
thai publication oi thi notice for
thirty daj s in a dailj ne a i,.;,,, r published in New Westminster will be
good ami sufficient ser. Ice thereof.
Dated at the Land R< gistry Offle
Xew Westminster. Province of British Columbia, this 30th dav of November, A. 12., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
Districl Reegistrar.
To James Ililand. James  Highland.
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W hi
iioid-
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 514,400,000.00
RESERVE       ...   ..   11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and iu London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. 3. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in  sums of $1 and  upward,
and interest nllowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totn': Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Make your choice early while the assortment is complete. Our stock of
these is now on display, and you can find something just suitable for
each and every one of your friends, and the range of prices is so wide
that you can suit your own pocket at the same time. Look over this
list ot suggestions, make out your list, and then come in and make
your selections.   Make your selections early.
Gifts For Gentlemen
Umbrellas, Gloves, Ties, Fine;.
So\. Suspenders, Armlets, Hos,- Sup-
Porters, Linen or silk Handkerchiefs,
Pars, s ami Pocketbooks, Fancy Vests,
Smoking or Lo inge Jack its, Hath
Robes and Dressing downs. Tobacco
Boxes, Ash Trays. Match Stands and
Holders, Match Safes, Tie Racks,
Pipe Racks, Stick Pins, Cuff Buttons
and Sets. Watch Fobs, Collar Cases,
Embroidered Cigar Boxes.
Burn! Leather Novelties
Tie Racks, Match Holders, Shaving
Suspenders, Armlets and Garters,
in seis to match In fancy box make a
very acceptable gift,
Gifts For Ladies Children
Fancy Lace, Silk and Embroidered
( Ollars, Gloves, Parasols, Furs Fanev
Hosiery, Silk and Elastic Holts In
greal variety, Silk, Nei and Embroidered Waists, Knitted Goods in Silk or
Wool. Mufflers. Scurfs. Fascinators
and Shawls, Hose Supporters and
Callers,  Lac,.  Trimmed and  Enibold-
",fF__*
ered  Handkerchiefs,  Hal    Pins   and
Bell Pins.
NEW JET NOVELTIES.
Hack Combs. Side Combs. Palettes.
Hal Pins. Iteli fins and Collar Pins,
Brooches and  Cuff   Hut tons.
Novelties of Every Description
Pin Hooks, Hat Pin Holders and
Stands, Hair-pin Boxes, Jewel Boxes,
Watch Stands and Pockets. Letter
Pockets and Hair Receivers. Pin
Cushions in an endless variety oi
styles and prices.
SACHETS for Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Cravats and Laces at, ''ach
from 25c to $4.00
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes THU
rSDAY.   DECEMBER   2,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
.'  :i
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
Six (6) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard Subdivision,
on the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just where
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIG
LUTELY FREE CLEAR Tl
NORTH VANCOUVER. T
TRICT, TWO IN VICTORIA
NANAIMO   AND    LADYSMI
BURRARD OFFERS
FEW YEARS. PERHAPS IT
THAT THE BRIDGE IS TO
FUTURE���THE GOVERNM
US THAT IT WILL BE B
BE THE VALUE OF THES
BUY  THEM.
FOR FURTHER PAR
PENDER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
HTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACT
TLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOT
WO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIV
DISTRICT. ONE IN NEW WESTM
TH   DISTRICTS.
THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YO
MAY BE ONLY MONTHS. WE HA
BE BUILT ACROSS THE SECOND
ENT HAVING PLEDGED THEMSEL
UILT TO BURRARD. THIS BEING
E   LOTS  ON  THE    COMPLETION   0
URERS ARE GIVING AWAY ABSO-
S IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION OF
EN AWAY IN VANCOUVER DISASTER    DISTRICT    AND    ONE    IN
U TO MAKE A LITTLE PILE IN A
VE   THE     POSITIVE     ASSURANCE
NARROWS IN THE VERY NEAR
VES TO DO THIS.    EXPERTS TELL
SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL
F THE BRIDGE?        $10,000    WON'T
TICULARS   REGARDING   BURRARD  APPLY   TO    E.    W.    McLEAN,   501
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you have to do is to buy a package of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bars for 25c) frcm any
nrocer.
First:    Cat out the end of tne package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:    Cut   out   the  coupon  which  appears  In  the   Daily News every morning.
Third:     Paste   the two together and fill in your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
it  in  the  Sealed   Ballot Box provided for the purpose at  H.   Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Columbia  street and   Lorne  street.
IF THIS IS NOT CON
LIMITED. P. O. BOX 1057.
HOUSE   SOAP   COMPETITI
THE BALLOT  BOX
ON   SATURDAY    EVENING
DRAWING WILL TAKE  PL
DULY   ADVERTISED.
SPECIAL NOTICE-
OBJECT IN VIEW. WE
CORDING TO DIRECTIONS
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WE E
WE SOON FOUND, HOWE
SO  WE  JUST HAD TO CH
NO   EMPLOYEE   OF
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WIL
IF  WE   DID  NOT  KN
SPEND THOUSANDS OF D
ASK YOUR GROCER
VENIENT. SEND SAME ADDRESSED TO WESTERN SOAP COMPANY.
VANCOUVER. B. C. AND MARK IN CORNER OF ENVELOPE, ���LIGHT-
ON."
WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMIT! EE SELECTED BY YOURSELVES
, JANUARY 29. ON WHICH DAY THE COMPETITION CLOSES. THE
ACE  IN  ONE  OF THE  LARGE  HALLS IN THIS CITY WHICH WILL BE
WE ARE NOT GIVING AWAY THESE LOTS FOR FUN���WE HAVE AN
WANT YOU TO GIVE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP A FAIR TRIAL: USE IT AC-
, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE STARTED MANUFACTURING
XPECTEDTHE PUBLIC TO CAREFULLY FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS;
VER. THAT PEOPLE PREFERRED TO WASH IN THEIR OWN WAY,
ANGE   OUR   FORMULA  TO  SUIT  CONDITIONS.
THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY, LIMITED, WHO MANUFACTURE
L BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
OW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WOULD      SUIT    YOU.    WOULD      WE
OLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS  MANNER?
GROCER  ABOUT   IT.
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON.
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Lighthouse Soap to be valid.
Name	
Address	
(Dally  Xews Pub.  Co.,  Ltd.)
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both the coupon
which appears in the Daily News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary.
So get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN SEND IN AS MANY COUPONS AS YOU WISH.
PAGE SEVEN.
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THURSDAY.   DE.E���eEF(   .
Something
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
IMPERIAL CREAM, AND
TO INTRODUCE IT WE
ARE SELLING IT FOR 10c
A TIN. THIS IS A NEW
LINE WITH US, AND WE
WANT IT TO BE A NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER THAT ALL
GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE  HALF SOLD.
Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
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We have a full line of
Coal and Wood Heating
Stoves at right prices. See
them   before  you  purchase.
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
NA-BRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
I. A. MUIR & CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK-
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Residence
Finr. modern house and large lot
on Agnes street. Best of view, for
quick sale, $5000.      Easy terms.
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY WITH
W. H. NESBITT & SON
Phone 596
653 COLUMBIA ST.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOE
A Practical School for
Practical People.
No oilier school in Canada���we
make no exceptions���gives its students such a broad and comprehensive business education, such abundant preparation for the serious duties of life. Is the best too good for
you?
Day and Night School. Call or
write for particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet, or correspond with thos.. who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't  a Savings Account,
NOW is the best lime to start one.
MERRITKEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING  AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
The RoyaS Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Paid up Capital Stock.   ...$ 4.914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New Westminster, B.  C  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
The Corporate
Executor
will bring into the management of your estate
Responsibility, Experience and the Combined
Wisdom of a competent
Board of business and
professional men.
ADVISE WITH
THEWESTMINSTtRTHUST
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., ETD.
F. J.   HART,  Manager
For first-class cut flower., and any
kind of Floral work, te'euhone Davies'
Greenhouse, R20S.
.Mrs. K. R. Pearson will not receive
again until the iu st Thursday in Jan-
nary.
Don'l be in a hurry to order your
turkey as P. Burns it Co. have a full
supply coming in from the east.
The Xew Westminster Young Liberal association will hold Us annual
meeting in the Liberal Club rooms,
upstairs in the Daily News block,
this evening. eA full attendance ol
the members is requested.
Order your bulbs for Spria<? flowers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone  B..0S. 251-tl
The adjourned inquesi of tlie circumstances attending the Lakevlew
' wreck will be resinned tomorrow In
the police court at Vancouver, li has
now been adjourned three times o11
account of the enforced absence ol
jurors.
The ladies' aid of St. Mary's hospital will hold a sale of work in aid oi
the hospital in St. Patrick's hall tins
afternoon, commencing at _ o'clock.
nnd continuing till the evening. Tea
will be served in the course <>f the |
afternoon.
The gentleman who left his coat
and umbrella on the Btreet the other
night, when he suddenly remembered
another engagement in anothe pan of
the city, may have the same by calling at the police station and proving
his property.
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 these ;
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
US tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. Et. Pearson, manager,
New  Westminster branch. 228-4
Two large scows, each .Su feet in
length and 26 feel wide, aro being
constructed at the ways of McKeen
and Wilson in the Koyal City .Mills
yard. The scow will be among the
largest constructed on the river, and
they are being built for Vancouver
owners.
'iin- up Lyne, 'phone R190, :'-i
Eleventh street, for live and dressed
fowls at  shortest notice.
A half breed named 11. McKay was
yesterday found guilty in the city
police court of having sold liquoi ' '
Indians, by supplying a klootchman
named Susan. .McKay was fined
and costs. A young inebriate was
placed on the Siwasli list by his relatives request.   One drunk was fined.
Carnations galore at Tidy's florist
store, 737 Columbia street. Phone
L184. ���    **
Chiei' Macintosh of the city police
was engaged yesterdaj in serving
summonses on witnesses to be pres ni
at the trial of the appi al in the case
against C. Sato of the Merchant's
restaurant who was fined $100 and
costs in the city police court on a j
charge of supplying li jiior to Indians,   i
The steamer Transfer will hereaf-
ter leave the Brackman-Ker wharl
for Ladner, Westham Island and way j
points, at 2 u'clock in the afternoon j
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning ',
on the following morning. On Sat- I
urday she will make an extra return i
trip arriving in tlie city in tlie even- |
ing. Trips will he made to Steveston as tlie business warrants. **
The chimes of the tower clock at
St. Anne's Convent, which had been
silent for the past twenty years are
again measuring out the time, tin-
clock having been overhauled by W.
Webster, an expert in clockwork and
fine mechanical work, who has recently arrived in the city. Mr. Webster has decided to locate here.
Dr. J. D. Gamble,
025 Columbia street,
Friday.
optician, is  at j
Room 13, every I
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladk-s from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches,   gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klgtn
IWatches.
i  Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two door* trom  Ceo. Adam*, Grocer
'     The first meeting of the A. and  II.
I Coinpanys' Association, Sixth D. C. O.
j K. will be held in the armouries this
evening ai'ler the regular drill of A.
company. The meeting is called for
the laying of plans for the season,
and a number of importanl mailers
will be discussed. All members are
especially requested til make an effort
to be present.
The ladies of St. Stephen's Presbyterian eliiircli will hold a sale of fancy aprons and other work at the residence of .Mrs. A. II. Gordon, corner
of Second street and Queen's avenue,
on Wednesday afternoon. December
10. The work displayed Wil] be all
of a nature to make pretty Christmas j
presents. The proceeds of the sale I
will be devoted to the manse fund of
the church.
Waterfrontage
330 feet deep waterfrontage on main
channel of river, per foot,
$35.00
This is the best proposition to be had.
This property will easily double in
value within a very short time. For
full particulars apply to
F. J. HART &C0., Ltd,
Our Holiday Handkerchiefs
For Men, Women and
Children Are on Display
Beautiful assortment of Imported Goods, all Irisl
handworked.   A more complete, varied and newer
stock to choose from you couldn't wish for.
WE'V THOUSANDS OF  BEAUTIFUL    HANDKERCHEIFS   TO     SELL     BETWEEN
CHRISTMAS   EVE.,  AND  THEY ARE   IRRESISTABLY   LOW PRICED WE     HAVf     ^    M��
WHAT  IS CERTAINLY  THE   LARGEST AND CHOICEST  STOCK   EVER    SHOWN    IN   JA���ERED
AND,  BECAUSE  WE  BOUGHT IN SUCH  GENEROUS QUANTITIES, YOU'LL SAVE A PR ��'TY'
NY  ON   YOUR   PURCHASES. PRETTY PEM.
YOU WON'T  HAVE TO  APOLOGIZE   FOR    MAKING   ANYONE A CHRISTMAS GIFT r.
KERCHIEFS   FOR    THEY'RE ALWAYS  NEEDED-ALWAYS APPROPRIATE    AND   IF   vn,   "^
THE BEST THAT YOUR  MONEY CAN SECURE COME TO THIS        HOLIDAY        HANDKER^^
PRICES  RANGE   FROM  5c FOR  TWO TO $2.00  EACH.
Get Your Gift Handkerchiefs Early So as to
Get Best Choice
CHILDREN'S FANCY FIGURED CAMBRICK  HANDKERCHIEFS.  Price, eacl,   ...5c, or 6 for 25c
prlcWOMEN'S   PURE   IRISH  LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, extra    heavy    quality,    plain    hemaUtchei
 15c
WOMEN'S    HEMSTITCHED CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, Price   ...   .    3 for 10c. Doz., 40c
EXQUISITELY  EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS with, scallopped edges.   Pri, |   only 25c
PURE  LINEN  HANDKERCHIEFS, embroidered, draw,, work edges and corners, Each 35c to 65e
BERNESE   HAND EMBROIDERED SHEEN  LINEN  HANDKERCHIEFS,  some  win,    ,,,.. bars'
dainty embroidered corners and edges.     Each   ',-���
SHEEN LAWN AND UNEN  HANDKERCHIEFS,  some  With  Val. lace edges and ins......a    P
  25c to 60c
ORIENTAL LACK HANDKERCHIEFS with  fine linen centre  Prices, earl
MEN'S PURE LINEN    HANDKERCHH5FS,  narrow  hemstitched  borde
heavy quality.     Prices, each	
...  85c to $2.00
r;   good,  large  ���
 25c  to 45c
FANCY  BORDER "EXCELDA"  HANDKERCHH5FS, from 10c up to 25c
MEN'S  INITIAL  HANDKERCHIEFS, pure linen.      Price, each . ..35c
Hosiery Values That Are
Not Easily Matched
Values and variety that command the favorable attention of every woman.
WOMEN'S VISK soft. SAXONY FINISHED CASHMERE HOSE, full fashioned  and seamless.
Special 3 Pairs for $1.0o
WOMEN'S ALL    WOOL  CASHMERE  HOSE,  two and
one  ril.lied, extra good quality, double heels and toes.
Per pair 50c
WOMEN'S PLAIN LLAMA WOOL HOSE, special values at,  per pair 65c
WOMEN'S PLAlx SILK FINISHED CASHMERE
I10SK. finest made, tull fashioned, seamless linen soles.
Special, per pair 65c
Black Taffeta
Petticoats
$6.50 to $9.50
Pure    silk    tal
coats  with  full  I1
wiih    shirred    frill al
trimmed with tucks.   ' 1
with   shaped   flounc e
tned    with    sti'. hi d
pings of    sill;;    1
embroidered   silk    frills :l11
made with drapi -  all sizi
including out or li
Each $6.50, $7.50. $875. $9.50
Elegant One-Piece Dresses in Black, Navy,
Taupe and Cardinal
BLACK  PANAMA in the  new  Moyen age style, strapped and  piped with black  moire, band
design on front panel and sleeve in rat tail braiding, finished with fancy jet    and    braid    ornaments
Each        $22.50
CARDINAL. ALSO HLA('|< PANAMA. long waisted effect, made to fasten down left side under"
wide band of black and gold  braid, overlapped with pointed tabs and jet buttons ..$23.75
TAUPE, ALSO NAVY BLUE shadow striped Venetian Cloth, made with fancy braided nei vest
and trimmed with Ottoman silk and soutache braid to match; jet buttons, close fitting, tucked
sleeve, each    . ��� ��� $25.00
Drawn Work and Battenberg Fancy Linens.
Our assortment is unmatchable in quality and price.
36   by   3d  BATTENBURG
ph.in     Centre;     very   pretty
design    ... $2.00
211 by 72 BATTENBURG
runners, Bquare designs,
Bach   $1.25
30-in. DRAWN WORK
TLA CLOTHS, very heaVy,
Japanese drawn work, border.      Price    $3.00
20 by '2 BATTENBURG
RUNNERS, drawn work,
centres $1.50
All   sizes   Cluny   Lace
Doylies,      round      scolloped
edges with square laee centre, l.a inch fancy drawn
work  tea cloth,    l'rice $2.75
45-incb        BATTENBURG
TEA CLOTH, very handsome design with Shamrock
pattern at each corner.
Price $3.00
20 by fi,'! DRAWN WORK
runners, very neat designs.
Each $2.50
.Ifi by 3fi BATTENBURG
TEA CLOTH, drawn work
centre; one of our best sidling designs.     Price .. .$1.50
20   by   54   BATTENBUH
runners,    drawn    work^c'
ties.     Each	
61.25
20 by 30 CIRCULAR TEA
CLOTH, very heavy Batten-
burg lace plain centre. $->-uu
30 by 30 Japanese drawn
work Bquare.     Each ��� -$1'20
���15 - inch BATTENBURG
TEA CLOTHS, very dami>
border.      Each   ...   ���������*3,0
30 bv 30 BATTENBURG
TEA   SQUARES,   Each..35C
36 by 36 BATTENBURG
TEA SQUARES. Each ���-W��
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.

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