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INSURANCE
VYHITt, SMILES & CO.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER,
LIP
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
. MING, DECEMBER 21, 1909.
E CENTS PER Cl ���
JAPANESE MURDERER
SUNDERS TO FOLIC
Wearied of Fruitless En-
,, ,-or to Get Clear He
y. [untarily Gives Up.
lounds fi   the  law  hard
and    knowing thai   he
;   much   longer  escape   c ,
i  ishlmaru,   tin;  Japai
, on Saturday murderi d a
.. aia.i  al    White   b.
up to the provincial po-
ivei   yesterday,
ion thai K,engo gavi   up
endeavor to elude  :
syere close  upon  hlm
hours    fi 'eii.i  Inevltablj
capture;  know lng tl .
a v. Goro  Kaburagl, the
Japanese    minister   ol
��� , , and    announced   to   him
.  committed   murder and
to surrender tu  the au
ia'..   I'..   Kaburagl   com
. ith Chiel Colin Campbell
i . Ial police, and  bj   hii
taken In charge,
i \. ning   the    Ja]
ovi     iie    the city and
j.ui.    and  within  thi
. la   wlll  couii   up for
��� probable    thai   b
, fl  ,a aa        JUSt.a
:
empanelled    by Coronei
ol v. I Ite Rock a u  upi
. dead   man  ai   V\
.  and ai 11 r a shoi i di
urned a  verdict  ol   wil-
im ��� aming   Ki Dgo   ishlmaru
��� r,
| EP'derr.ic   of   Booze   Fighting
���" the  Police.
-
:  Lhi-ei
trlbuti :
0	
1
stone   on   Colu
I
���     'go      A ten
i'esterda;    afternoo
run    in.      .
���    tli     I   .
iDS Of CITY
SELL AI I'M
���
Water Pipes Were  Frozen.
Hill City, Kani ��� Dec.
to obta n   water   b I
pipes eau
un   ben   . ...
More Promotions.
fi nm     Miss  God-
. ia the  Becond  i
Central    school   wi  ���
promotion  11
paper.      Thi j   an   as
rgi  Adams, Hi nrj Bi i
\V< le   .   Evi  5 a   Walk i
cer,    Clara    M..iins.   Roj
MC  Mii al'   I  .
I  IlippS,    I.eel lie   Gri
Kei r, All
���
���
WITNESSES TELL Of
GRAY'S Mill BATTLE
Evidence Given at Trial of
Japanese Shows That Thej
Were the Aggressors.
'VANCOUVER YACHT CLUB
LOSES  FINE  QUAKTtRS
i' c.   20.���The  Bpacious
lub housi  o   the Roj al
lit Club was de l
��� . bj   Bre, the di pa. tmi ol
to do  anj thli
icl ui' .    which     wa
��� aiding  on  Coal   Harbo
Th.   Alexander cup
I In the nick ol time. The
conflagration is at pres-
EULT MORNING BLAZE
DAMAGES BIG TLii
Farquhar   Has   Narrow   Escape   From
Destruction While  Lying at the
Brackman-Ker   Wharf.
yesterday      morning     "ll'
i   Farquhar,   which   waa  lying
kman-Ker  wharf, ca i
ei mn was turned In aboul
;  Watson had his mi a
'   iee      Ifl     B     t>'M.      1111 ��� 1 111 <'S.        Tlle
in a  rather  difficult)   p
'   al with the hose and thi n
with the hydrani ai the
ixth sireet, bui  the firemen
��� i couple ol  heavj   Btn ams
action. Water was poured
until it   was Bubmergi d
-des, when the blaze was
i.. ulshed.
ipposed that the Are Btarted
; room, although the crew
: vere asbep at the time and
'ui' ni the cause.     Bome "''
men had a  harrow  es
death.
amer,    which    Is valued al
mgs to the  Brooks-Scan-
a   Company.        She   carried
tliirty tons of coal in the bun-
The  damage    done   has  not
ted, but it Is supposed to
1   and  fully  covered  by  Insur-
Tlie upper works were BCarce
1  al   all, and  I'le chiel' loss
���" '"   In the   engine .���oom, which
:��� ""1 the full effect ol the Qerce
1    ���     I  'b: eoal.
i   ���  ti lal of the four Japs wh
frei
���
nu  :.
���  ���
K. Mb .
lo .aa    :���
lia   D
two compl
���
Hi       .
mill   ..������  ���     ...
.-.   le..   striking hi ..
hat   .
i.     ; .
, ai ated th
i   .  but  im   J .,   had attai ked  '  ���
a stick.     \\ Itm as then proi
i , to thrash thi   Jap, who ran b
>. mlng back lati i
He came back  after a while  wil
iCoatiuu' : "ii  Page 'iwo).
Cobalt    Royalties  Decreased.
Toronto,   Dec.   18.���The   provincial
.  eee I  I llllll  lit      lie 1     to     111.1..,       ..
ol ... i' r cent, in the roy-
altli a   colli eti el   from   certain   C bai
...   the nei  profits, tA be as
certained aa provided by the Supple-
 , .a 5   Revenui s  Act.
Lord   Lanesborough   and   Family.
i.e,i,den. Di c. 18.���Among the passengers on the Corslcan which sailed
tor Halifax and St. John today, are
Lord ami Lady Lam sborough; their
sou Lord Newton-Butler and their
two daughters, Ladj Kileen and Lady
Moyra.
Lord 1.;uiesleoio.mil succeeds Bli
Joan Hanbury-\\ llllains as Military
Secretary to His Exci iie acj L ird
Grey.
New Ambassadors Named.
Washington, Dec. 20.���Among th<
nominations of ambassadors and ministers senl t" the senate todaj bj
Pn i,i. nt Taft are the following:
i.eieeii Bacon ol New Vm k, ambassa-
d0I ,,, prance; Richard C. Kerens,
ambassador to Austria Hungary; Wl
Hun .Lune.-, Calhoun, minister to China li waa said at the White Hous.
that no decision bad yet bei a reached
,,s to the posl in area) Britain t��v
being held by Whitelaw Reid.
Cardinal Satolli Better.
Rome, ivr. 20. The condition ol
Cardinal Satolli. who is sufferln,
from nephritis, was Improved odaj
although sua grvae. /'''"���� ' ''., ','\
ble messages received from ��� merlca
was one in Latin from Atchb-rto.
[reland, Cardinal Satolli waai eap.
clally phased al Us receip and ex
claimed: "He la my Btaunchest friend
Ihere."
Cold Weather Affects Cattle.
n,     ''   "��� Tex., Dec. 20.���The ther-
;   Uns   morning   registered   1"
Lbove zero,  tbe  lowest  point
, "!   Blnce   1892.       Cattle   have
'erlng over a wide area, and
"'e   weather   moderates   soon
10   '     will  result.
Johl1  F. Vivian N-mlhJ*^
Vivian  as
Washington,    Dei
Taft today named John ^^ Cq
surveyor of the porl at
vice E. Hoyntoi, deceased,
St.    LOUls,    H'i      - station
***,�� iXernel    untU las! nlgM
here, Frank Hetn-l ��� has pUr-
In charge of the usher corps, ^asPfor
chased a  farm near EMI       ��� ��� t,
J2000.     Bernel!    was   ushe, �� ^
station tor Beven yea",
signed to work his^m__
Owen Klldara Dying.
,.    ,    ,, ���.   "ii��� Owen Kiinait,
Now York. Dec. - ��� m.
the author anupWjy    fflB
oally    I"  *'  a,,,T1  i'  iloi.h mav be
physicians W ,llM'    ' (,   .      Mr.   KI'-
���xpected at any ^ J,    d nbou,
dare's mind became    >     f_[Umx o(
, a year ago owing ><   ^ blVI, ,,, a
, one of his P��W*    ?��� me__ o^8'
'comatose condition m
Id. Jardine Makes Encour-
ar Report - Financiers
ise Advertising Bylaw.
t night'i  mi etlng of the coun-
.   Jardine,   on   b n.,i   oi
mmi     ��� .  i .'j... ted that
dl of $104,0
..   par, with ace, u .i
��� int   was  sol ���
a  <v_  Co., of    Toronto,
. ... b ii   a    n givi o an
I monthi   on  thi   re
taining   bondi, to  be  taki ii on  *h<
Hi   rec immended tlut
ii   di | ��� a.ud in the
1 - al as sec ui Ity foi  the
a  from thi
The   report    wi
. ed.
In eee   ;.,,,  bond qui . tion
emai   ��� I   that  he   had
thi   solicltoi s   oi
���   prominent     bond
���:.   tha    the
_ ii lorizi d   by
I.  I . . ..        PUI I'' -
': . ai ��� ���
d bi
.  ai  In    he
no for l
fhe mayor said
si
; .:. .   ..     WHS
���. ii   would
���   ,. . . .        cur
:  t he had        ���
.   .    ��� ap-
lb; .        trade, buc for
.   ni \ ���    took
BUSINESS
OCCUPSLS COUNCIL
Mayor and Aldermen Take
Steps for Winding Up the
Business of the Year.
Noble   Aviator   Honored.
. ���I mnt de Laml" I .
has i' ' ������
lienor.
Tax on  Print   Paper.
Di   .   20.���An
been     plac-
.    .   . paper,
v  ii     ;      kilogram
1 he di cn e becomes
i ��� ly.
C. P.  R. and G. T.  P. Earnings.
C.    P.    R.
i for I lie se     .. .  w iek ol  . ���
mber   inci ��� ased   J232,00o  ovi r   the
: e  week  last  year.  Those of the
i  Trunk tor the same week In-
I   .,:
The city council is i \ ld( nti..  deti . ���
i ������ ........   yeai   su ong foi
ml  i.a   a., mbi is    i ..i ned  out   to  thi
in- ' ;-uy lasl    night.      An    unusually
e'��� ���        ... . nn sa was
tri      cied    but   noi blng   ...usual  de
/eloped       I he kl m to ha\e
..ii Un Lue ,,,w council,
tor : . ., e sponui ui i .. as ' oiuai k-
...   1'ri     ;,om   iii-   usual   complalut
��� ll the condition oi the streets and
oal.. one ratepayer asked for an elec-
;. i    ... ht.
Permission   Refused.
Vidal ana Bacchus asKeu for per-
mlssi .. ; i palm .. Bign ou uie ne��� re-
Uul.... .     Wail    i 1 pi S, til   11     pletl .      ea
��� ���    u ss.      '1 ia   maj or   tuougnt   tnai
iuposhiou ee igut not io oe emi i-
���   ei ani ia.   . i ..... li  u  a  >%nh him
...1     lhat,     .lla   1 a.aa     J011D.    a,|     lUOUgUt
auu  the    reuuest    shouiu  be  lo e.   i
ano i .i  thai   tin j   ��...ia  unow  w "������'
lo iu i    , :  cai.     anu ou bis m ���
10U      '    a        OWI I'a      V  .. .      .        . .   a     |    ,     l,,,
....   I    a   i
. . '    uarter   applied    io have the
 iU. OU ,;..��� s aiui side ot -Vila , iu
. :ienueu as  fai   as   ttichui a i
...  ��� :   and  lo bu i piacod ai
LUi    .    . a   ;    i .._.;   . .   alia   K.cuina..,
sn  ea        i.,,,   board   ot   works   wlll
lo ���.  after  the  flrst  pai t ot    the  11 -
and ine tlgnt commlitee will at
end to thi   second.
i.. i. ... ai.iu i. res.... .ii i Qglneei
of    thi   Cleat    .. ,.\   Si atdi .
wrote s.... inj th . irltj had been
iai. Lhi coi iction o, planking railing, and filling oi their track
and for a ney, v,..;.. , . t;A passengi i
dej t. The comu mii ation j.as
till ....
.1, mes Muirhead aski d tor a cross-
i        a sij, enth a. en..- .     John I ���" -���
requi sted tlie san.. a a differ
ent place.     Thi   n . erant-
e d   indi ,   ,       isuai conditi ens.
To Store  Gasoline.
James &  McClug ti n  were granti d
i    ...-  i on to p 1 ai        s 11  ..   foi  e
age    undi r thi    si    ��al t    on  1
strei I iu , oa. ...on Trust
la,a...      The permit.,     ...
. the sup, the li e com-
A requesi    for   reimbursement  foi
(Continued on  P'age Threej.
CHRISTMAS   AT   THE     HOSPITAL.
V/omen's Axiliary Wi,I  Remember Patients at   Festive   Season.
The  We.-, n's  Axlliar;
al Ci  endi
to iee. , In giving the | atients at the
this
year. At  the i ��� gular meetli
body  held yesti rdaj   ll   was di i
to make an effi arry some) .
of the a; . ,1
....  ��� ���
e ���      oe' the path ms n sprig oi holl;
and a Chi Istmas card.    Although    U
may not mt an a great deal to the | ���
tlents whose  honu s are In  the cl
it is anticipated that the toki ns maj
mean much to those who will reci Ive
no oiher reminder of the Beason ol
goodwill  ie., earth.
A large amount of routine business
was discussi..; at the met ting which
was well attended. A nun.her of bills
were passed, and several committees
appointed. The . Isltlng eommittei foi
the ensuing month wlll consist of
.Mis. T. Scoular nnd Mis. A 11. Gordon, while Mrs. A. M. Herring. M s
A. II. Gordon. M , James Anel' rson
and Mrs. T. Scoular were appol
as delegates from the Eixlllarj to I
Council of V\ omen.
Mrs. T. Scoular was received as ������
new  member  In the course    ol    th
meeting.
PiuSENT REPORT *
ON WATER o/.STEON
O
jt
Aldermen Adnm jWl Grey
Give Account of Their
Journey to Ottawa.
Victoria City Engineer
Gives Council Plain Talk
Victoria, B. C, Dec. 20.���Because
i bers of the city council criticized
him and certain citizens railed at his
administration of the public works
department of Victoria, making liis
official life unbearable, C. H. Topp,
city engineer for ten or fifteen years,
has resigned. He made the an
uouncement at the last meeting ol
the council and took occasion to express his opinion of those entrusted
with the city's go ernment iu the
frankest  possible terms.
The cons.am bickering, the "heckling" io whh ii he was contlnuallj being subjected, Topp declared, was in
tolerable and didn't afford him any
i kind of a chance to carry oui a systematic scheme for the Improvement
ol \ lctoria thoroughfares and theii
maintenance in a modern manner.
The opportunity of leaving the service had heen presented to him, and
he had seized it Without hesitation,
lie was glad to be out of it.
With that the Indignant city engin-
, eer figuratively Bpeaking, tossing his
, resignation in the faces of the mayor
and aldermen, thereby sorely unseated their dignified niii-.i. gathered up
' his coat and hat and left .he chamber
before  the council  members had  recovered  from their shocked surprise.
VANCOUVER RESIDENT      [IN THE WILE BUSINESS
HIES liK!. lAH   THE HINDU IS THERE TOO
Could Not See It Approaching in Fog   Heathen Chinee Has Nothing on Him
and  Was Knocked  Down and ���Bewhiskered  Gentlemen Give
Instantly   Killed. Police Much  Work.
Vancouver. Dec. 20.���The denBe tog
which bas enshrouded 'Ids city on .
and Ofl for several days, exacted a |
deadly toll nbout 7:30 last ttlght ,
when James S. Hurst, a wen known
resident of Vancouver, was killed by
a sueet car on Pender street west,
near Thurlow street. From the nature of the man's injuries It Is to be
conjectured that he was hit Ih'sl by
the tender of the car and then thrown
forward on to a sharp projection oil
the side of the tram, which pierced
his brow just over tbe left eye. causing death, which must have been almost instantaneous. Two different
versions are given. One, that he
was walking down the track and was
overtaken by the car. or, the other,
that he was walking near the track
at the time. Motorman Hawiey,
who was in charge Of the fatal car
when the accident occurred stilted
that owing to the dense fog piwail-
itig, he did not see the man until it
was too late to stop the car, but as
soon ;is the form loomed up on the
side of the track ahead of him, he
hud instantly applied the brakes���too
late, however, to prevent the catastrophe. Medical aid was at once
summoned���but It was of no avail,
the unfortunate man was beyond the
grim battler and nothing cou_1 be
done except call the undertakers to
remove the remains to their parlors.
A line example of Oriental perfidy
came to light here yesterday when a
Hindu, Buta Singh, was arrested on
a charge of perjury. lie had come
in from Port Moody a tew days ago
and bad laid Information against four
of his countrymen for assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The
men were arrested in Victoria and
brought here for trial yesterday. J.
Peters of Victoria defended the men
and succeeded in proving an Indisputable alibi for ,eaoh and all of tbem.
The ease was heard before Magistrate
Pittendrigh, who dismissed It.
At the conclusion of the trial one
of the accused laid a charge of perjury against the accuser, who was arrested In the court room, lie did not
plead and was remanded for eight
days for trial.
Another Hindu row resulted in an
appeal to the provincial police yes-,
terday. A man employed at the Fraser River Mills swore that he had
been assaulted by two of his countrymen with an axe. One of the men
had held him and the other had belabored hlm over the head with the
axe. So far no urrests have been
made ln the affair, but the police are
investigating.
POLITICAL CANNON
AGAIN THUNDER
Campaign in Britain Will be
Bitterly Waged Again this
Week.
Lon.am. Dec. 2n. ��� It has finally
been decided that the writ for the
new elections will be ea. . Janu u j
8, allowing tor teh brst election on
January 13.
There will  again  be  heavj   broad
sides of oratorj   this wee,..    Mr, Bal-
.'.   who   has   -Recovered   from   his
;. w 111 speak ai  F.diai. trgh I  day;
Mr.   Asquith.  at   Birkenhead,   tomor-
.. and half a doz< ���  minlsti i s will
. bi   | la form  everj   uight,  li '
i',  Mr, Lloyd-George.
,   ���   most novel ii ai ui e of thi  ���
la the campaign of the peers
They have addressed etlngs and
7" i.e. ,   aie ah el for,    I;
is nev,   in        Ibli     io  indicate
the I'm ties Btand in i  i | of ca   I
datures. Uncontest! I constituencies ��iii be fewer In number than for
a long time. At the outside thej
will probably be 17, ol which 15
represented by Unionists. Trlangu
lar contests will also be few, T
Chronicle estimates thai they will noi
exceed 20.     In 30 constituencies l-i
(Conunui il on
Page  Two)
Skating fcr Sandiy.
London. Dec. 20.���The lirst Step toward rendering the London Sunday
i> ss gloomy has been taken bj the
organization of the London Sundaj
Skating Club, lt is a very smart affair and is patronized by the Anglo-
American smart set, wbo turn Oul in
force last Sunday. Among the subscribers are John Jacob Astor, Henry
Coventry and Lord lunos-Korr. while
the Duchess of Roxburghe and Ladies
Innes-Kerr and Wllloughby d'Eresby
were enthusiastic Bkaters.
WANT  CONCRETE   GATES.
Pitt   Meadows   Farmers   Make     Aleve
for   Improvement     of   Dykes.
The fanners of Pitt Meadows will
hold a molding in the Coqultlam hall
on Wednesday of the present week
for the purpose of taking steps towards the replacing of the present
wooden gates in the dykes by more
solid structures of concrete and wood
The   residents   in     tlie     neighborhood
are all decided thai this is a change
that should be made al once but Just
how it is to be gone about has not
yet been deckled, lt is proh ible thai
an appeal wlll be made to the provincial government tor aid.
Hazing Under Ban  In Wisconsin.
Madison,  Wis..  Dec.  80.���Hating  in
ill Its forms    has    been permanently
ibolislied   at   the   University   Of   Wis-
 (..       .1 .-1 it        1...       t
Mills' Nomination Confirmed.
Washington,  Dec.   20.���The  senile
today    confirmed    the nomination of
William J. Mills of East  Las Vegas,
N. M., to be governor of New Mexico.
Thaw Must Stay In Asylum.
Washington, Dec. 20.���Justice Mc-
Kenna of the Btiprenie court of the
United States today denied a petition
of Harry K. Thaw for a writ of error
to the court of appeals Of New York
In the ease in which Thaw made an
effort to obtain release from tbe Mat-
teawan asylum. The effect will be
to leave Thaw In the asylum.
Alderman Graj and Adam ; v-
sented thi Ir report of their trip to
Ottawa in last night's council meet-
ini
��� be case, they Btated, had tn en
verj stronglj presented by Hugh
Guthrie, M.P., who bad I a retained
for tbe occasion. The result of their
endeavors will not be kn iwn until
the house ri sumes buslnei after its
Christmas vacation, some e, ue after
January 12.
a report of the eas ��� as | resented
by Hugh Guthrie, who is r< presenting the citj iii Ottawa, was red by
Alderman Adams. Mr. Guthrie made
a   strong   addn .  iwing   b >���   the
city had becomi poi ed of t ... Coqultlam lake and why It should remain in possession. Mr. Adams ex-
i.i ssed no doubl as to tht outcome of
the case, stating that he tell assured
thai If the claim ivere not allowed
by the cabinet It wo ild i ���   upheld by
: '   e   . :     coui I ol Ca e    il
1 ' tou aldermen hud found
timi to \ [sit M.iie,. . i Toron i
and imbibe some ol the pi Inclples of
civic govei ami il i s it was carried
on In thai part ol the cou try, T tey
had visited manj ol the manul . tur-
eis of .Montreal, who ie I ...-ured
them that thej would pa; , _n to
the Royal City when thi i etlng of the Canadian Manufacturers?
association is held in Vancouver next
September.
Alderman Gra; stated that he h id
visited some of the I ti , s of
! ���  ��� itifs in the easl and would make
[Continued  on  Page Seven),
RAILWAYS MUST
PROVIDE   FREIGHT  SHEDS
|  ttawa,     Dec.     lin.���The    board   of
aj   commission) , -   has  issued  a
draft order i.i    r, sp   it    to tie. complaint of the Wlnnl        fi bbi i     and
Shippers' union ...   to tlie 1 ick ol  accommodation iee   freight shipped from
railwav  flag stations.      Under the order ii is proposed  to order thi   railways to construct within six months'
freight shelters and waiting n ims at
all   flag  stations.      li  is further pro
: that  ;ii  point  wl-,, re tn    average j earlj eai nings h.,\ e had an av '���'-
lei    than $15 00 i f ir the
lasi   three    years    stations shall   b.
d and    that    at    poin s where
grain shipmens reach a toad of fifty
thousand   bushels,     temporary   agents
shall   he   appointed   during   the  grain
shipping This    order  will
form a basis for discussion at the
meeting of the board in Ottawa on
���Iannary 4.
CORRUPTION SATURATES
CIVIC ADMINISTRATION
Redevelopment   of   Public   Conscience
the Only Hope for Montreal Says
Justice Cannon.
Seven-Story Block Burns.
Now York, Doc. 20.���A spectacular
Bra practically destroyed the seven-
story business block at 132-136 West
fourteenth street today. High pressure water service sent 9500 gallons
a minute into the burning structure
without employing engines. The police drove fifty persons from the Salvation Army training school next
door and more than 400 men and women employees from the burning
building. The damage Is estimated
at $150,000.
Montreal, Dee. 20.���The' report of
Mr. Justice Cannon as Koyal Comnisi-
sloner to enquire Into the civic administration of Montreal, has beian
handed in to the gov ernment at Quebec after months of careful studj and
prepartlon, and is a wholesale con*
demnatidn Of the existing state of
civic affairs, That the administration has reached B deplorably low
level and thai reform Ig urgently
needed in every department ol e.ity
hall administration, is the sum and
substance of the eagerly awaited report. "1 find," sa\s Mr. Justice Cannon, "that the civic affairs of Mont-
real are Bluplj saturated In eon option and soaiMii in patronage."   The
reporl In e'.'uvl Is a long elaboration
of this pungent sentence. The judegre
declares that 26 per oent of Montreal
revenue Is lost in graft.
While various means of betterment
are suggested it is pointed out by Mr.
Justice Cannon thai In the long run
the true remedy for tbis civic degradation lies In a reawakening of the
public conscience to the rampant corruption, and to the necessity for Civic
regeneration. One reform needed-
he says, Is the abolition of the ward
system and the adoption of a sj-stom
electing nldrrmen for the whole oily.
Only by tbis can the patronage curse
be coped with al all. Mr. Justice
Cannon finds that civic finances have
been squandered and played fast .and
loose with; that middlemen have
been allowed to rob the city; that
civic positions have been bought and
sold; that aldermen in general have
no sense of public responsibility and
that civic conscience at the city hall
Is simply non-existent. Tn a word, if
ever reform was needed it is needed
in Montreal.
Ice Cut Through Hull.
St. Catharines, Ont., Dec. 20.���Tee
cutting through the hull of the
steamer F. A. Myers of Tonawanda,
N. Y., caused her to sink ln Lake-
Eric yesterday. The crew of sixteen
were taken off by the steamer Maple-
ton.
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residence   upon   farming   laml   own-ej
by  him In  tbe vicinity  of  fa -   ..
stead, the reqttiremenU ai t<> re?::
may  b-  s itiefie i   by  rwl I -.,, ,���   ..
iid land.
Six months' notice in writing shoo
be  tiv.-n  to the commission
minion  lands  at  Ottawa of  Inten .
to apply for patent.
('���tal.���Coal  mining rights  may   be
I        l   for    a  period oi    twenty-one
���        at  an  annual  rental  of  fl   pei
acre.       Not    more    than    S5660    acre?
be leased to one individual or
company.      A royalty at the ra'    oi
five  ronts  par  ton  shai,   be coUt ��� I   :
on the merchantable coal minfi.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of tl    ' tenor
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NOTICE.
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District of Ne/; Westminster.
Take i thirty i
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chains,    thence    west    *
place   of  i ��� :.���    ni nt,   i        Ining
640 ai   ��� e or less.
THOMAS JAMES   BEATTY.
I.    ited December 7, 1909.
NOTICE.
Mills, Timber ancl
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturera and Deatert in All Kin_~ t,t
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sa.
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Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Gh3s.
rie.
Dated. \nv. nibe
ALL AT
The Wardrobe
Clothier
District of New  Westminster.
Tak'-  notice that   thirty days  after
date, 1 Catherine Florence B< ���' .   o
Vancouvei-,  B.  C,    occupation,  lady,
intend to apply for a llcens   I i       -
pect for coal and  petroleum on  thi
\ following lands.
Commencing    at    a  post    pi    ted
twenty chains east of T. J. u. i
west corner, thence nortii 80 ch
thence east 80 chains,  the a      BOUth
80 chains, tlience west 80 Chains, to
place  of  commencement,   containing,
(J40 acres more or lei s.
CATHERINE   FLORENCE BEATTY,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent
Located December 7, 19   ���.
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4RMERS AT
Lui iber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Telephone 12.
New We8tmir.fi.er
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
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I Buy Now!    Buy Now! i
Our stock was never so  complete   as   it   is  this  year. ���
You   may   find   almost anything   you   may   desire   for ���
Christmas  Gifts  in  our    store..       JEWEL       CASES, 2
GLOVE    AND    HANDKERCHIEF   BOXES,     BRUSH 4
AND COMB SETS, WORK BOXES, FANCY CHINA,
HANDBAGS, DOLLS. Also in the line of BOOKS
we carry one of the most complete lists to be found
in western Canada. All the latest copyright books;
gift books and books suitable for Sunday schools,
etc. You can make no mistake if you deal with us.
Call  and  Inspect our stock.
Yon wii And it to yo
tt  arrange your bookln
wheth. ������ j mi Inti ti 1 to tra
lng for your friends.
Por dates of Balling an :
apply to
B. GOI
C. P.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty daj aftei
date I, Lizzie Paterson," of Vancouver, li. C., occupation, lady. Intend
to apply for a license to prospect for J
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at |
the northeast corner of loi 1038
thence west 80 cliains. thence si uth
80 cliains, thence east 8o chains.
thence north SO chains, to place of
commencement containing 640 acres i
more or less.
LIZZIE PATERSON
T. J. BEATTY, A
Located November 30, 1909.
NOTICE.
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TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, A. j. Paterson, of Vancouver, D. C, occupation broker; intend
to apply a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the foi
described lands
Commencing at a post planted at
the   northeast  corner   of  dls.r
806, thence west    Rn ��i
south    so    cliains
chains,    thence  north  80    chaii
place of commencement,   conl. i us
840 acres more or less
ADANIRAM   JUDgON   PATERSON
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.'
Located November 30, 1000.
inwinj.
���t   lot
SO chains, thence
thence     , gQ
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anil in London, Kngland, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
0. S. A., and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Letters of Crudit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Saving's Hank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 p.-r cent, pnr i
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager
TELEPHONE  604. P.  O.  BOX  893;
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all  kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan  Hotel.)
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See Our Xmas
Chocolates
Comb and Brush
Sets
Perfumes
Ebony Goods
Etc.
{Ryall's Drug Store j
:EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN 4
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Is an event of a lifetime
era! verdict of all who have floni
is that they want  to repeal   J
perlence ns often as possible   0
food is always of the high; - ,
wholesome fwd satlsry
the best style, -���
clean,
served in
promptiy<
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KENNY'S
739
WPYRIG����T
COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM OFFICE.
OPP-
lit- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21,
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE three,
Mall Service
Scotch   I": y
r"      - '-a;.     v__...
The Maturing Process.
Everyone knows tliat   whisky,  rn. mal
how good, no  matter   hi -
pOSSeSS fir/c III fir,J- i
An  unmatured   wh sl ���
tilled from the very bei    b
taste    bites the tongue.
It is not, however, so r
in order t > property matin<
.should he aged in Sherry wood.
Distilled in the Highla
pure, malted barley, Watson's Vv I
f ��r years in Sherry Casi 9���am
our warehouses ih such   thi
withdraw any for shipment   until
eure it ih matured to that degree  ol    mellov
ness    ior which our brand is fai
insist     cn
t-ip^-iji-.i _t- ���. jr>ua_H_i _B-nf--
Watson_
"THREE 5TA���       A a ila,
*'NO. 10* ���A tall-boa ied, richly flavored Sc
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
the houi   of deapatcn
Nefl  West-
���   -..,..   nuar given in
thl     a.a.r   ul   clOBing,
an  hour, a   a rule, be-
<:��� 1..    AJ)  malls,
ti ted, ar ��� rtespaum-
-   ���    1 .r,.|,i Sunday.
! iaii    di   eeie I   1  and   re,
are th    G. N   R, South
1 a 1 1 1 1, not including
tnalli,    Sa,<. erton,    i- raser
;   eqtiltlam.
Mails Despatcned.
Cle        .    a      , :      ,.,.   O'ClOC-i
ie,      1    ��   !    iuver    via
Owi.
>   nco and Victoria via
���.. aj.
I'. !��� tal lng all poinu
Lan  ll ..   and distrii
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riet,  l
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I-     aud     Sea tie,    In-
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dayi      I lairs lay.
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nn I . ived from
11  11     Pralrli.  Ha
1 igi . ���        an iva e.n
tral    <e    Tuesdayi
Saturdays.
ll:i l 11 co u ver, VI
da B. C. _
I'I:', LWDerr;      Hill,   1 em
���  ������ >minster,   i>,
I  Friday),
ai. ;
courier.
1
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and   S m
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t. 1
i a ,mi\i-i-    and    Piper
Sidln 1.   \'. R, north.
��� lale,   Nlfomekl,   and
Pi ayton       Tuesd 1;
in . .,.,   saturdaj;  1 yn ������
hi and Frid ��� ��� ; Bon Ac
cord an    Friday.
\ ancouver and  Burnaby
lal     vl    13. C. Electric Railway. Sat
tin extra mal   I   di   patt h��d to
VI Vanco iver al   this  houi
leattle, Including all ll.
B east an h, vl 1 Q, N. R
Second C. P. R.. east, t*'ra
ar-- Mil        This i'" 11 takes the   foi
1 I        Barnet   nnd
Poi 1      M lado -      Porl I lam-
moi      Pi rl   r-ftn 1 s     Mission,    Chilli-
'   ���    Hoi Springs, Agnsslss,
! 1 1 Ipence    Bridge, Nlc-
oli     ��� !   distrii     and  ail   i�� ; il    east
exi .....
Routine Business I WATER QUESTION
Occupies Council Will BE TBE ISSUE
Mails   Received.
:     Si alt:.-,   in
via G, N.  it
"0
.   Victoi
la       via B.  C.   Electric
1'1'V    Illll,
lye I' rldaj I,
id Victona
via 1    N   R,
-    to 11:0 Ladnei    fori
Oul 1 Island and  1 1 u<
... C. Bruce. I
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C  P. R. east (frst train 1
Mill :   Coqult-
1: iuver, Central 1'
���'in.
1 ��� ast 1  "���"
2:1    p.ni   -Btirq' ������: in 1 lurlar.
'.-.;     p.m     ; I    Hi attli. in
S
1   i,.in.-���Second   Mall   east,  nnd
ill from Sumas, a
IT.  S.  A.  mati ee'
Mills.
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Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25   per   E
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL.   $6.75   per  i
 ' "'���"���nn    Crr-'-n   '���--/
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
OPERATING      CHIEFLY      IN      WE!     !.RN      CANADA.
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AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL    56.000,000    ���
PAID  UP CAPITAL $2,200,000    J
TERMINAL     .    .
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Telephone 333.
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ntieth  Cenl ir;   belongs to     mad     -and espe I il .   to th X
-    development     V                financial     Institutions ���
��� a important part. The     Northern    Crown    Bank   invitee J
ol  tho  West   it  heart to share  in the 3
its privileges. ',
. AR  WILL OPEN A  SAVINGS   ACCOUNT     WITH     US. ���
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mager J. E. HAWKSHAW. New Westminster. \
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No man's Christmas is complete
without a pair of slippers. We
have slippers for everybody,
from grandpapa to the baby.
House Slippers, Bedroom Slippers, Bath
Slippers, Dress Slippers, Ties, Pumps, Etc.
Men's Slippers
Scotch Pell Slippers I*-25
Berlin Pelt Slippers  $'-00
v-- n's (.'hoc,.hit,��� Kid  Nullifers. .$2.50
Chocolate KWl Hveretta ��� $2.50
1 's Chocolate  Kid  Plain  Slippers
 $1.1)0
N,,ii's (Hove drain Plain Slippera  ���������
 $1.25
Boys' Slippers
'   Pelts    50c   to   90c
''":���*' Kid House Slippers $1 to ''-50
Johnston's
Columbia Street
Women's Xmas
Slippers
$1.25
. .90c
Women's Pelt Romeos 	
n-a au House Slippers
omen's Scotch  Pelt   Slippers $1.00
Women's Indian Moccasins  - ������ *1-75
Child's Slippers
Children's Frit  Romeo Slippers.    All
, 75c I- ll-QO Pair, all tt-..   '-'
.������.   German matte, pair
50c
Moccasins
See our lines of Indian Moccasins
for men and women. These make elegant Christmas gifts and the prices
are right,  only, per  pair        ...$1.75
Special Reductions
Special reduced prices this week on
many lines of men's and women's fine
shoes. Onr windows are full of specially priced shoes. See what values
we are showing. Will cheerfully make
any exchange after Christinas.
Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
(Continued from Page On
I -,      from    the >���
i.e tii., city sollcil
. lei
'���eie!,;  Dlsnej. chief technical offlci 1 al the B. C. Penitentiary, ap
tor na   position ot assi com
lonei       I'I
ace.
Ri ���.    1;.  Lennie, on  bi :
ditch
Hamilton 1 treel  to pi
floodlni   iei   the   Lord    Kelvin
'��� I ,1 io the board of
Alderman   In-iii. .
li partmenl  wi re worklni   on the
A  letter waa r, celved fi om  the B,
C. Ti [e phone    1 lompanj    a kin
permission of the council to I
t_roi       the    ne'w     L ilu  lsl n I
li  waa pointed ou
11        aitea ;.. er& ted to '���>,i''-
rj   the wires a< ross the rlv< 1   and I'
was thoughl  tii    iny in.   ol  the' cahle
would nol impro e tin   beautj  01 the
i.i runmv or be anj ml-.       , '.   :,, the
On   tlie.       ���  an 1    ���  .   appll-
cai lon wa    ri 1
11.   AlCOCK    eel    \','lll('OllVe  r   W I'.ell.'   Vl itll-
liraw in'  one of thi  tend lu for
the pro
��� C [Uf     fOI     ,-,'.''' ���   a
on the Heenau auu ITroude ti
Wade,     \\ healier   ana
ni a communlcati
tee  the agreemenl   between   '   I
tnunlcl    lltj tond.
enci      ;  a  letter from (lowan,
��� laid  and   Parks,    askini   for a
tlni   between  the  two  li
,"  It tleS     le'     a: "I   ,;a>     tlie      1111a,     <i
��� ���      '   Ada,iis   reported   thai   thi
matter had been taken up by the cltj
1   e    ran, who were lix-
:���:     ���",".','mutt.     The matter
up a    in at a sj 11] a
.    tin    council    t-e be hold on
: '      '
li. N. McQuarrie sent  In bis
..   itlot   eei    assessmenl r,   his   dutii b   to
In ni"��� ia    thi
;      tion, Aid
Jardine paid a    tribute  to the
���  mi 1.
proved a public
' had tilled a dlltl
with .           Ity 1    I dl    '      ��� He
igi            thank;   ol   Ihe  clij
���    v.    .   due in Mr.    '
ie'       Udermen    Ji
; ; a thi
lying thai Mr.
a en one ol 1 hi   mosl
ble pi
slni    lee    rei I   iin    hit
���ia     1
till     '.:���      Ul .. . All    :  a
be ii   tin   li
''r than 0
-0.
��� .
teni       ol    tin   preset tni i,   to j
Tin I tl Ir   Mc-
on 1       1-tn
and his successor ought.
to spei of weeks at least
with him  bi fore hi     1 ovei   tne
ion,
Cit;    Eni tnei   Blackman      1 I   In a
1 epo 1 mi the proposed double ' f
ing ol thi   ru   line on the ���
��� lolumbla street.     Tl
cats take up
���.,             I       1.   feel   fo
and sidewalks.     Allowing ~.  teet tor
two 10-foot sidewalks, then  wou.d bei
left  13 feel   6 mem e on < Ithei
oi the track bel ween the cars and tne
edge nt  the sidewalk.      This would
make it    Impossible for    vehicles to
pass each otber on one Bide ol  thi
track   without    fouling    the    tracks.
However, the engineer thought tnai lf
the tracks were properlj laid no -.
inconvenience  would  result,      it   was
decided to leave the consideration ol
the report over until a bp< cial committee of the council meets tne B.C.
E.R. officials   on the    ground wnlch
they will do at 11 o'clock this morning.     The Improvements referred to
are on Columbia street between Mac-
Lnnes si net and the bridge,
1' lt was decided to hold a special
meeting of the council on Thursday
afternoon at 4.:.0 to open the tenders
for the Incinerator and to transact
some business in connection with the
Richmond  water agreement.
Financial matters occupied the a(-
tentlon of the council for some time.
lt was decided to issue a cheque ' '
Hugh Guthrie tor $1150, the amount ol
his hill for professional Bervlcea rendered In connection with the Coquitlam dam. The mayor sighed, "We
have all missed our vocations,' was
his remark,
AceountB amounting to $11,903.65
were presented by the different committees and passed for payment, The
light, committee absorbed about hall
of It. The amouiiis are as follows:
Finance committee, 8854.3'J: Market,
$10.87; Water, $-134.50; Board of
Works, $3720.71; Parks, $-.4r>.97;
Light, $5288.79; Finance tor Schools,'
$1039.10; Police, $42.50; Health,
$10.26; Kite, V2V_222; Library, $40.00;
Bridge, $3.25.
The sum of $400 was granted toward the furnishing of the Isolation
hospital, and $100.00, f.r>0.00, and
$50.00 were given to the Royal Columbian hospital, St. Mary B hospital
and St. Paul's orphanage respectively
for Christmas presents. A motion
was passed authorizing the issuance
of the December pay cheques to the
city employees on December 2;i, to
give them a chance to start the new
year without any money.
The next meeting of the council
will be held on Tuesday, December
28. This will be the last nieellng
at which the present council will
transact business, the new council
taking charge on Monday, January 3.
P.-.rties   Line   Up  For  Coming   Municipal   Campaign  to   B-.>   Held   In
Delta.
(Delta   Times.)
The municipal    elections for D 't.i
1 municipalitj  will bhe on J
I 17.     Ar. yel little I iboul
1    Candida fai  there
lias  been   no  mention   made  ol
othei  than thoi e now   In the council
��� nterini   the  Hi ' nerai Im-
ver, Is  thai  'ia re w'U
be a considerab ,   nti   bi r offi r the _���
for co inclll irs.     it Is also     (
i ���. 1
idldate foi
(Ice h.   now   liol tie will
announce   hin a        In   favor
of a polii y look!
e water work*
the   1 ������' Ita.      The    rec-.e
of    this,
and during the 1
tentl; .        ;     Id      In ooira
eil  and out.      Whi ther 1     will back
the pre: enl scbemi  that hai   been b&
fore  the    council    foi   the  1 ast few
to E       Delta
. a, but
i erall wilL
lie: pre        In North \':t_>
atietuliii;   the annual meeetlug
of the B. C. Ui ':   '    '
. ���  al    nee authentli    annot
��� ei  hi   candidature and policy can be
No one 1 Ise Is ;i!t-
epreinter
on    ih"    council    board, and
should Rei      tl ;ain 11
forward ll   Is < i 1 i; t   fri ��� tj   Btated n<i
the  strei 1   thai    fi 11 the  usual
custom, he will be 1 a sec md
year Of
course, should  1 nj   acl I ItJoa
develop to the pro 1
system for the I), ll be a
contest, but tie .lica-
tlons, there appeal     0 rious
tlon   to an will
provide   the  Delta nable
expi ndlture, a   1 u ��� supply
of wati
it  is po e Ible fii ii  Councillors Cib-
I ia, I. .   Morlej   nii,- will
...   [n be 1 !
j ted   them elves. C
whei   was    a     Inted   to   the
I in 1 the va by the di alh
ol Councillor " is undei  too t to
have
hia term Is fia-
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul lo
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited'*
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in tbe service on anj
railroad in the world that --quai la
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Mtt-
ee & St. Pul Railway. TTi��y
_n and ope rate their own slep;;in5
and dining oars on all their train- init
give their patrons an excellence ot
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWF1, Oseral Agent
134 Third St., cor   Alder PO'tland. Or.
60   YEARS'
*PERIENCE
Track MARKS
Dsaicna
Copyrights Li_.
AnTonS ������ndlnfi t ��telr"n and dciertntlon mar
lul.l-lf -Hi-ennui, cur opinion fr�� wi-u-lier aa
liiv��iiUo�� I* i>rubal,j>- Vityifjbl*. I ommunti!*-
_loii_i_\i\a__3��o___*n__. liAStBlOOK wPatanJai
Bjnt rvea. OleiiMt iimrr /orifmirliig patailt*.
1'amiU takan tCujuuli Jlium A Co. riotvs
armiitl noUe*, withnat. cliar^-o, i.i ta j
tid
A h��_ada<Hsa.)r ilju>t>uti'd wue-ily.   Lareeat <������
eulatiwi ')' ��")7 pdenUSo JooiuaL   1'Oetma t��
o��mI��. *.."i a >��u., (xebiane-' prepttto.   Bora u��
a.i  lt..r->,.�����,��!*.
rs?i i JU & Cofa8,Br adway- Haw Yorl
b l.a'. t,S&     '���   t     ���   ���'  a   ��� '    ... IA li
Russian Officers Arrested.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 20.���Colonels
Zlnovllff and Svatoglo of the quartermaster's department, were arrested
Saturday as a result of the recent
Investigation of the department, when
Irregularities Involving mote than a
million dollars were discovered.
Fine
Machine
Work and
General
Repairing
Anything from a
Watch or Clock to
an Automobile.
W. Webster
Mechanical
Expert
No. 10 Sixth Street, Dominion Tra*
Block.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECE
MBER
The i>ai!y News
Published by Tne Daily News Publish
ins Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
_Z. A.  Paige Managing  Director
IT PLEASED NEW YOHM,     I
WHAT COULD YOU EXPECT 7'
Whatever the Gothamitcs Thought of
It, It Failed to Catch the Fancy
of the  Local  Audience.
TUESDAY,  DECEMBER 21, 1909
GLAD   CHRISTMASTIDE
We are upon the th
season of joy   and    festivity   which
marks Iho closing days of the year.
Gorgeous costunios and a galaxy of
more or loss attractive femininity j
mitdo up all there was to the Soul
Kiss yesterday evening. Seeing that
the production was originally a New
York success one could hardly expect
lit to contain anything In the nature
told of that 0( a p]ut; g00(j music, catchy songs,
nnd tit least one or two bright touches might, however, have legitimately
festival In the Christian calendar, is |
peculiarly a time of gladness, of kind-
:.' greeting, of joyful welcome and of
t|a> besl of good feeling.
This Christmas festival of outs Is
a | real  and grand    Institution,   und
Christmas, which forms the greatest , been i00jjed for. The Soul Kiss, however, contained none of    these;  the
average   playgoer   lasl   evening  soon
got   tired of wondering  what It was |
all about  and abandoned  himself to !
the task, pleasing or    otherwise ac-!
cording to constitution, ol    watching
then' is mn another occasion like H   more or less lightly clad cl: . ib girls
throughoul the civilised globe. Al pirouette through the tnazta oi re-
jlii.  season of the year man's outlook   markably poorly arranged dances,  Iu
upon the world becomes broader In between times tliere wen long arid
tits extent and saner In Its tenor, and stretches In which the alleged in..���.-
i the sweet spring of hu n-m sympathy mi n jU'ld the stage ..ied gave good
'is released. The failings and wrongs   imitations of tlie "olio" of a second-
of our fellows are forgotten and b>v- '��� class burlesque show.
Iven, and every man extends to an-1
I oilier the glad hand of (ood fellow-
iahip.
Chrlstmastlde Is essentially the
season of j >y and delight for Juveniles. The adull portion of Hi,' community does nni forgei the p easanl duties thai are Imposed by the customs
which have centuries of precedenl behind them. Bul the children are unlettered and to them ii is a time of
greatest joy. I; is In the provision of
the means towards the attainment of
Ihis joy that ilu grown-ups find the
chief interest and pleasure of the
se on of i oodwlll, The old time revels have for the must part been buried In the past, bul these yet survive
among us in spiril if nol in form. It
is thus we have the family gathering
and the feasts of Christmas Day, the
Christmas tree and the romps and
pleasures of tlie evening. In all thi se
.''��� tures it is the' children that rule
the roosl and to iheir happiness uud
enjoymenl the whole occasion ;' "
It is in this direction thai the modern
Christmas festival differs particularly rrom thai of the olden time.
In ai     In     ..  ,   tin  pn   enl     iy Cut
ton s ln regard to thi     i gl id-
: ' ne.vhat from   thos
served by our ancestors. The occai ie'
bi    e ,,a,. to ii,' tl [season for
P''1 tlon of gli     and
of   thi:
ple    int i
,:' 'it aastlde,
yet it 1 : , i,
��� nd ,'       'nding
��� n un
P��"ant class of trade. 1    eryom
1K ���' ��� je easant
. ���   i    the
'       '������     I    V,  era;   i.
Hi" yea;- c mid
b ' ' ��� '    ould undoubt-
i- sum. Every-
"' J"-s' ""�� ;.'e.' ihop windows are
brtehl "!'l l . with their cleverlj
displayed array of gifts and presents.
Storekeepers and their assistants ae'
busily engaged from early morn until
11 late hour of the night In attending
to the demands of the customers who
crowd their places. Chrlstmastlde is
thi refore also a time of Joy to the
merchant and storekeeper,
The merchants and storekeepers of
Xew Westminster are in no way behind their fellows in catering for the
greal public that Chrlstmastlde brings
as patrons to their doors. Every window is brlghl and gay with " good
ethings and the tastefulness generally
displayed in the dressing of the windows forms a pleasure and delight to
the onlooker passing along the streei.
Never, Indeed, did our store windows
look brighter and better than they do
this year. Then, too, within every
storp is arrayed such i wonderful dl
verslty of Btock, that If it. were nol
arrayed with care ami excellence thai
is so noticeable, would Ue confusing
to the Intending buyer, There is value
and variety for all and none need g>
beyond the confines of our own fine
city for the purchases they would
make and such gifts as they need for
their friends.
, . ri'oi mam , was the dancing of Mile.
rei tina. She showed hei ..a pit^
mistress in the art ol I rpsichore,
giving what was far and awaj thi
e, .. i xhibition oi toe dancing evei
sei ., on in- boards oi the local Opera
House. Hei pantomime in tbi lusl
aci was .use a splendid piece oi
work.
i he much vaunted personations
I hii ii were alleged in the advance
notices to be one of the big features
of the show wire a distinct failure.
ila- Harry Lauder girls were recognizable because they dressed in
Scotch costume and sung Harrj Lauder's songs; as for the remainder of
iie" aims who were allegedly personated in the pier scene, not a single
one one of them could have bei n
identified by the most experienced
theatre goer. They should have
been labeled.
COQUITLAM   MUNICIPALITY.
i   e   annual    ratepayers'    meeting
wlll be held in the Municipal Hall at
��� Insl  r Junction on January -1.
1910, commencing at 1 p.m. promptly.
i;\ order of < ouncil.
JOHN SMITH, C.M.R., .
TENDERS.
- for ch "i i'i:: the school site
:    ton musl b ��� In the hands ol
.   cretary ol the Schoo   Board I
of this 3 ear,
tiq;: ���
y Mm
1
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0 /b
I wanl i .a".- chronic rheumatic to throw
tf ".>' nil medicines, nil liniments, all
l ' " e il . ,, MUNYON'S UHEUMA-
I tSM REMEDY n trial. No mutter what
your doctor may sny, no matter what
>'iur friends may say, no matter Jimw
prejudl , i voU , nv |���. against nil advertised remedies, po al ome to vaiir drug-
B'sJ and gel a bottle of the KHEUMA-
'IISM UEMRT.Y. If it falls to give Riitin-
faction,I will refund your money.���Munyon
Remember this remedy contains no salicylic acid, no opium cocnlne, morphine or
other hnrmful dm h  i.s put up under
tl e guarantee er tho Pure Food nnd Drug
A��'t.
Fur Bale by nil druggists.   Price. 25c.
Scotch  Whisky
Popular the World Round.
Tlie world-wide popularity of Watson s
Scotch Whisky is one of the strongest proofs of
its exceptional merit.
The Canadian will seldom he disappointed,
if he asks for Watson's Scotch anywhere from
Halifax to Vancouver.
If he travels down the Pacific Coast he will
find it at the "Portland' or the "St. Francis."
Should he continue his journey through the
Orient, he will find Watson's in Honolulu; in
Levuka (Fiji); at the "Grand'' in Yokahama;
the "Imperial'' in Tokio; and at every house of
any consequence in the Flowery Kingdom.
Even in far-off Korea the brand is well known.
It is the favorite of our American friends
in Manilla, and can he had at the "Hongkong.
From the famous "Raffles Hotel in Singapore
tothe "Taj Mahal in Bombay, it is known
and enjoyed, and Australasia has accepted it aj
Scotland s best.
-SBsmaxtiAXMGr: v sa* _.-��� swr��a_rrjss_B3_��_i
"THREE STAR" ���A mild. thnrouitKly maturcJ Scotch.
"NO. IO"���A full-bodied, richly llavortd Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
^
Appreciated Gift
is   one   that   will   bring   comfort   nnd   satisfaction
one of the 365 days of the   year.   It
Q!ad    you
received    a
every
ls     the   permanent
gift  of substantial  worth    that you will    be
have given.  Now is the time   to   buy.  Just
carload   of   furniture   and  every   piece  has  b
ly   selected   for   our   Christmas   trade   and   our   store   i
full to overflowing with the  most artistic  production
the   furniture   world   that  money   and     experience
buy.   Open   evenings   all  Christinas   week.
'  in
can
y O   Furniture Emporium
\K__P Lej's   Block, Columbia Street, ���
NEW WESTMINSTER, B f
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Ho!
Ho!
Ho!
H E   H O W A R 11
Watch has a fixed
price ami a permanc
value.   You cannot I
i        hai     :  ::. i your m ;. hi   i     innot
;     it for ]    .
II   \   .   ���.'.    ���   ��� ������.   |
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at second hand.
i [oward v.-r hi       rs make and a :-
jei : every Howard   is a J
whatever thc price ��� ��35  te) gij  .
Every Howar    :   1 thc I
and timed in  its own case.     Pi 1
ticket fixes the price.
Let  us  show   vou  :h:s distinctive
watch.
CHAMBERLIN,   THE   JEWELER
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
Goods
in Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods,
I ither Goods, Calendars,
Cards, Pictures, Crock cry,
China, Glassware and NOVELTIES of every description. Twenty.lhree Years' Experience in this particular
trade means something. It
shows up in our stock. Come
and see it.
<f3E��&��.3iaBfl
MOREY'S, 665 Colnmbia Street
"GET   THE   HABIT"
FIVE
days now  to  complete
ping. Start now
your   snop"
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, UAUKIS-
t'ers anil solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster. W. J. Wlilteslde, li.
L. Edmonds.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy lor casli and sell Tor the same
SPECIAL   TODAY���Green   decorated
bowls,  10c,  lue and  20c each,
What the Wife Want.'? for
Christmas	
A Practical Demonstration of AiFection Such as
A life INSURANCE policy assuring 1,11  Income Bhould    tlie
burden of the homi  suddenly fall  upon her shoulders.
AN   ENDOWMENT  POLICY  FOR   THE   CHILDREN.    (_e   an   I
vestment for youi  child there is absolutely nothing suuei or
to tlie policy we can give you.
A  FIRE  INSURANCE OR    ACCIDENT   POLICY   protecting   the
Home against loss by sudden and unexpected disaster.
! --_. .iiWt.-m.iiitn mii..
i:'^^_
Bill B 'ti
\Ji ��1    1 U
We can suggest nothing mor
able than our dainty footv*
Dress Slippers
Bedroom Slippers
House Slippers
White,Shiles & Co
028 Columbia St��� New Westminster.-
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., -lii Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 113. Vanoouver oiliees,
Room3 20 ancl 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
e
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CEOIIGE   E.   MARTIN, BARRISTER |
and   Solicitor.    Guichon   block,  Oo-
lumbia    and    McKenzie   Sts.,  New
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To appreciate thoroughly our meaning you have to
see our stock.    Our aim is to put before you such a
selection as can not be equaled elsewhere.
Have You Seen our Window Show?
People passing have to stop and look and admire.
Many don't stop at tl it-they come right in and
buy. They are charmed with the selection we have.
We would like you to call and make your choice
< arly.
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O   p_ rUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SPORTING NEWS
PACK FIVE.
ilMLL A PHENOM
SAYS MONTREAL HERALD
BhEAKS AUTO  RECORDS
FOR  FIVE  MILE  DISTANCE
SPECIAL PREPARATIONS FOR CHRISTMAS
WEEK SHOPPINC
Y���u will find many things here to tempt you to b iv
as gifts for vour friends
Beautiful Bhowing of dainty neckwear, Price...
Pancy crepe scarfs.
Bras    goods,
Thousands nf pretty handkerchiefs. Prices I
gpe mn' special nt  	
\ choIce selection of handbafa, price	
��� 25c to $2.50
Eastern   Sporting   Expert     Draws     a
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Turnbull a "Phenom."
I'm abull, who is now 4b years of
���   ��������� lias ina a playing lacrosse since
��� '  e.i auu.      iie  ha.,    i layed
���ni Pei ia.  I'oronto, Brantforu, Paris
and    i liati am    ie ams     and    Anally
id up i ..  j.eiinf, waa. una becom-
staj   ia   tla-  New   Wi st-
iter cl..i,.      Turnbull  lias been a
���'      a    .        a Qior   lU    I I Ue'tlU     :-l',ISae,a
��� ���i'i Is cove) ��� a ,'��� ii a seal.- us
��� au mine.,  Btrenuous battles   whicli   li'1   lias   been   through.
Turnbull's  mosl   effi i the    work  v.,..'
��� Shamrock-Westminster
al        atri .a    l:i.-1   yeai   whi n,
Hi" ��� bj one ui Ha    ������
(!��� fence iii Idi ,.- in the east, Jim -\|1-'-
lllwalne,    tli      veteran    managed  to
score six oi   eigl      oals un tne two
matches, his >-, en k. in fact, bi lng thi
: lactoi  i , taklni   the fain ius tro-
ii'uiii iia  ��� asl to the Rocky Mou .-
... a; wai one "I ina stai a
ol    iin-  Caiii a,an    Olj tuple  team In
ivheri     ina     team
played h bllh d i b   i  .vonder, be
ing  the bi in    li i a ui  the
i' ., im ,,i  is as fast
, .  . . . n-yi ni -old  sprlnti r and
.li -I the pace with any num In
the    game.      i Us    a' li k-handllng    is
I- lutlful and  he knows Uie' game to
ection.     li is las In ad woi Is and
.' ���  aip.    liuui vei.    that    makes
"'i in a    ie pin nomenal lacrosse player
a idol  ol   li i I ,;  Columbia la-
' i   liusi ists.       l ii1 i    was
ia-,, I- out rn thu g a.a   sine ' 1883 until li.ia summer, whi n hu "aa forced
iu I:,,.   n,i owing i" .v,u  '   oki ii  ii,|S-
- .   club  -":  "'t;i
in i him for the .Min.ee cup match-
I ill    is iii    many ways :i
Tha veteran Salmon
touches liquor in anj
b it      Idoni���and only
a a-     \\!',  -.:     il'       ���'���''    Si
Dissipation  is  unki    rn
i   rurnbull.      Ilo   follows ;i regular
��� lng ami dii iia;;  e, and when
��� ;  ....   year m i thi
retire a ,-i nian
rurnbull has i : '-������"-'���[
, "goln he', an I will
: . .  .   .i.  &i.<
i   ,
ney Qu.mVs Return.
is different,
hopped out i
. ,.    a   ie.
il,- sta ired out fo
i
��� ���������. iii   ia   I
a   ii-a   Capita .    i-
ball-throwi i
',i     I'-'
..    i       .Quinn i> with
i   ... ui the '
speed  which   h    sho\   b  >:
-e,   rubbi     !���    Ind
,,.,.]      . U     d    "11      1 li'   lei      ai
,  , rerybody  who saw     him  I
Like    Turnbull,    "our  i '������
m v ia a :-  Har1"'
. lle ulwavs    lived a    li:.   "1 temper-
I habits      He has taken
the ie. ai care of hi nself, and to this
Quinn,  like Turnbull, attributes
. to go oui and performi no*
in a manner thai would do credit to
a youngster.     Barney  is Bve or six
vears younger than  rurnbull and can
yards in eleven ":lU
Indianapolis, Dec. 2D.���With the
mercury nine degrees above zero,
Louis Strang, In a 100-horsepower
Fiat, ou Saturday clipped nearly a
minute Hum the world's record for
five miles hy traveling the distance in
2:2'r."iij ai the Indianpolis speedway.
The former record was 4;li:U3 and
was made by Barney Oldfleld ou the
local track. An attempt was a'*1'
maile hy Waller Christie in his freak
racer to lower records, but a broken
spring caubeu niui iu ue declared out
rn the comes..
because    emu    of    the    tires    on
 i^s car was ready to burst after
having made the hve-mile record, he
ueclded not    to    attempt    iu siiatui
.  records.
Strang also lowered the mile record foi the local track to 39:bU afti .
doing a mile in 40:ui yesterday. Thu
fastest quarter mile was s: 6 seconds,
which is a new .vim rican record.
Strang was hi ulj pleased with the
co n.-������ here and declared that had ins
tire remained in good condition he
'"iinl have reduced other records, tie
. ei uii inai the track was one oi
���  e fastest In the country,
I'he officials of the speedway were
��� highly elated over   the   showing
made today and say thai with favor-
ili conditions every t'ormei record
..ill be shattered,
Although part of thi spe a trial
;��� ogram was canceled because of the
��� ai, the speedway officials    declare
thi   spi    I trials were a success
and    demonstrated    that    the newlj
opened course    is far    superior and
taster than any In the Country.
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North Vancouvei- Loses.
Victoria, Due. 20.���North Vancouver Hockey club were defeated here
yesterdaj by the Garrison utter an
Inti . sting match by a score of 5
to .. Ward and Iiay.ls scored
for the visitors, who sen. over a
weak aggregation. The match was
one of the Prior can sui ius.
,    Dec.     23
Imerica's Greatest Play
EW
VICTORIA  SOCCER  TEAMS
BREAK   WITH   B.C.A.A.U.
K-a
do tin
huiHli'ud     	
Clean Lives Did It.
Scores   <*    famous    stick-handler,
have drop]
Quinn  ar
ied out of the game ^i111-:'1
uul Turnbull were in tnelr
prime, chiefly because they did not
have the good, sound sense to tak<
care of themselves as did the two veterans of the game There is among
in the records of Quinn and '
and in both casus the tacl that the
straight, narrow road In sport as wen
as in everj other life, is the best has
j,;,,,,, more clearly emphasized than
ever.
Wnuner  Champion   Batter.
New York, Dec. 20.-Hans Wagner
shortstop of the Pittsburg baseball
,������,. again lends the battersi o the
National league, with a frcent��Sf ��*
:::;,,, in ,in official batting averages
made public by Presldenl JohnHeyJ
ler today. Wagner made 168 hits roi
a total 0( 242 bases. Outfielder m
ehell of Cincinnati bated .810. Bee
oher of Cincinnati led the base eteai
ers with 54. ,   .,.      ���.,,,
Pittsburg led In team batUng witn
an average ol .260. The wortds
champions als. led In run getting,
completing the circuit 701_times,
London, Dec. 20.-^N. J. Cornell,
the American sprinter, defeated A.
Postle, the Australian champion by
lUn-t- yards In a 220-yard dtob In, t
!������ nt iheiu of "l 1-- seconds on Satui-
fay. "This lowers the British profes-
slonal record tor the distance,
Victoi i:i. Du,', 2 i. -In the first round l
of the Vancouvei  Island soccer chain-j
plonshlp, played   here   on Saturday,
Nanalm'o and  thi   Foresters played a]
draw with one goal each.
Thu Victoria West team was defeated by the Ladysmith team at
Ladysmith, 2 to 1.
The Victoria West and Foresters
Boccer teams lust week withdrew
fron affiliation with the British Co-
. u bla Amateur Athletic Union nnd
threw down the gauntlei eo tiiat body
by playing these matches with the
Nanalmo and Ladysmith teams which
allow professionals among their lineup and who were considered to b
without the pale of amateurism bj
thc B.C.A.A.U.
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N-2>w :-7 its Fourth Triumphant Year.
: a    bei      lay I hav.   ever seen"���Colonel   Roosevelt.
Blankenship Makes Trade.
Tacoma, Dec. 20.���Manager Cliff
Blankenship of the Tacoma Tigers,
has alliiuuiiia u thai he had tradi 'I
Ed. Kippi rl. Ta o 's fasl cenl e-
fielder, for  Ike Rockenfleld, the s''''-
ond   b&seman    s id    by Spokane
from the Montgomery club in 'he
Southern league. Blankenship was
shorl of lnfielders, while Bob Brown
needed oul fieldei s, so the ti ide w is
arranged. Rockenfleld played in Tacoma in 1903 and was popular here al
that time. He rode on the water
wagon last year and finished the season in the Southern league with :1
ii,.hii:);; and batting average.
Blankenship believes the trade will
hi Ip ieis team.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TOHPtDO WIIH EAR
TIIE LATEST TERROR
Instrument   Picks   Up  the  Noise  and
Acts on the Rudders���British
Admiralty Testing  It.
BRITISH PEERESS HAS
MYSTERIOUSLY VANISHED
,  AT THE HOTELS.
Lady  Churchill,  the   Wife  of  Fomiei
Lord   Chamberlain,   Drops   Out
of Sight.
London, Doc. '2b.���The Evening
News snys ii learns that ethe Admiralty is aboul to give 1 rials to a self-
Bteering torpedo, whlcb, lf succes_>-
l'ul, will add enormously io the terrors of naval warfare. The Invention
resembles in most particulars the ordinary Whitehead torpedo, but in addition is fitted with a delicate mechanism whicli is put into action bj
a mii. i phone,
When the torpedo is aimed at an
enemj s warship the microphone
picks up the noise of the propellers oi
the enenij 's boat and d< it ts I ie rud
der of the torpedo In s t h a n ai .. r
thai iiu1 torpedo tnak s a strai
course for the target, bittln gthe warship aboul 100 fi el In fronl of the
pi opellers,
London, Dec. '20.���A sensation lias
ben caused iii society by the mysterious disappearance oi Lady Cliurciiiii,
sister ol   the Karl  of  Lonsdale.
Lady chuicliill arrived al Saint
Pancras station with her son and two
daughters on the night ol Novembei
28. She has not been seen since,
although advertisements have been
published with a \ie\s- to tracing her
whereabouts.
According to rumor _,-.,ly Churchill
recentlj consulted a spirit medium
who assured her that it was Uer duty
to leave her husband, Viscounl
Churchill, and take her children
away.
N. J.
Roosevelt  an  Academician.
Paris,   Dec.  20.���The    Academy of
Moral and Political Science has elected Theodore Roosevell to foreign associate membership,
Most of Us Are Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
A Savini s Accounl al
the Bank ol Toronto will
help you keep soma of
your present dollars for
future us?.
Suppose   .vou   open   iiii
account   with  a  fi w  dollars  to  sti ri   with   ($1.00
will   do),  and    see   how
i    you   can    add    to
youi   ie il e  le foi i   next
Ni ������'.   Vi ar,
v..     pay    Interesl   on
you   b lai
The Viscount Chuicliill mentioned
above must not bt confounded with
i Ither the late Lord Randolph
Churchill or the preseni Mrs. Corn-
Wallis West, or the Rt. Hon. Winsuui
Churchill. It is true that he belongs
to the famous Marlborough family,
being a descendant of Lord Frauds
Alberic Spencer, son ol the third
Duke of Marlborough, who was created Baron Churchill in  y,b.
i he preseni   Pe( r was cn ati d Viscount    Churchill    oi     VVychwood   in
1902,      He was born  in Jn>;i and  was
given   the  honor    oi    having  Queen
Victoi la as his godmother.     He married   Lady    Verena    Ma id   Lowther,
daughter  of  the  third  Karl of Lonsdale, In 1887, mid they have one Bon
and  two daughters.      He  was  Lord
Chambi   lain    at    I n     i      nation of
Edward, and  has always stood
i.e iia  i iyal familj. bavlng been
a  pi ge ol  ia nor    to    Queen Victoria
from   1875   to  1881,      lie owns about
.airs of land.
Windsor  Hotel.
Mr. and .Mrs. 11. K. Smith, Soul Kiss
Company.
Ethel Oliver. Warren, Pa.
Harriet Jansen, New Vork.
11.  Steele. New   Vork.
U. Piper, Seattle.
.Martin & Barnet, Paterson,
Clark & Vork, -New Vork,
Mrs. -Mills, New Vork.
Geo.  I!. Fox, .New  Vork.
Margiorel  Bros., England.
Willis Sisters. England.
Hazel  Rivers, Racine, Wis.
Ida Allen, Sweden.
Mellville & Stirling, Xew Vork.
Roy Burk, Patterson, N. J.
Mellortle & Peterson, New Vork.
Mr, ami Mrs. Prince, Patterson, N.J.
s. P, Porter, Louisville, Ky.
A.  Henry, Denvi r.
John  Conroj   and  wife,  Denver.
11.  DeBank and  wife, Denver.
J.  Han, Denver.
Douglas and Kenneth Hilton,
vei.
Wm. Plaxton, Langley Fort,
.Mrs. Rebbingh, Hammond.
TORONTO VARSITY
HAS 010 PEANS
TUE8DAV, DeCEMB.s a ,
Will Establish a Post Graduate School
Which Will Be Second to None
in  America.
Den-
LUNATIC CROSS EXAMINES
CELEBRATED   ALIENIST
Russell   Hotel.
K. A. Best, Toronto.
Max  Schandler,  New York.
Mile Pertina and mother, Now Yorl
Fred. Hornby, New Vmk.
Ben. Grunwell and wife, New York
Mrs.  li. J. Adams, San Francisco.
VV. V. Rellly, Vancouver.
C. IL Brydone-Jack, Vancouver.
E.  Newhold,   Vancouver.
l>.  Thompson,  Vancouver,
W. II. Richardson. Coquitlam,
ll. VV. Tn.''lor. Vancouver.
!���'.  S.   Spain  and   wife,   Vancouver.
Maude Home, Vancouver.
Florence North. Vancouver,
E. K. Bennie, Calgary,
F. L. Raymond, Brandon.
w. il. Eddington, London, Eng.
F Barton, London, Eng.
J.   W.   Woodside,   Vancouvei-.
A. J. McGilllvray, Vancouver,
11. VV. Coates, Al.  D., Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Talbot, Vancouver.
Toronto,   Dec,    20.���President   Fai-
heartily   applauded on
, vt aing v. lien, at the annual
a i  ol  the Western Club of Tori    e,    university,    held    In    the St.
i       les, he    intimated    that a fully
: i osl graudate Bchool, Becond
to noni   on  the American continent,
would     eai iea established In oonm c-
; Toronto uni\ erslty.
"Just   as   soon   as   our     very   rapid
expani on . Ives   us    room," said be,
'we  wlll    establish    a  post-graduate
school sea i real university like
this should bave.     sir Joseph Thomson, a  i'   en    vlsltoi   :.��� vi-, said thai
idy our new physics building has
'���i si  equipped    laboratorj  In the
Id, and tin   medical Bcho J ol To
ronto    university    ie;    considered by
'. o apeti at authorities to be one
of the ia: - five on I be American continent."
! I ' pri sidenl laid particular stress
on the fact that ii was not legislation
thai built up a nation so much as the
evei ;���' section of the commu-
nitj to undi i stand each othi r and
work together for the common good.
MOST   WONDERFUL   STUFF.
D.  D.  D. Cured  Annie  M. Wiggins ot
Weeping Eczema.
Anyone who has ever seen or suffered from Eczema knows how stubbornly it defies ordlnarj treatment
and doctors' prescriptions, and how
very difficult i; is to get rid of it.
Miss Annie M. Wiggins, of Flett's
Springs, Sask., was finding It so difficult until she heard Of ana tril .:
D,  D.  D. Prescription.
Then came relief, from the veiy
lirst lime she used it. She writes:
"Vour 1>. D. D. has cured nr. fa a
completel) and i must say it is the
most wonderful stufl l bave ever
heard of. l suffered with weeping eczema for aboul two montha under a
doctor's caic and was getting no better when a friend advised me to si ml
for a Bample houle. The first time 1
used ii, ii seemed to help me, and 1
at on< e seni for a fl.O i bottle, and
before 1 had used half mj face was
as well as ever, l bave n commended
ii to several and am Bending for a
..l.iiu bottle for a friend who tried
some of mine."
ll you or any of your friends have
been Buffering from torturing eczema
or any other skin di. i asi . gel D.D.D.
just as quick as you can, li egiveg instant rellel and positively cures. l
rei ommi nd it highly. Frank Mai ken-
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!?e Bronx, was brought befoPr   , , .  ////l/. ����g '
the supreme court, assls-i blood  and  crouched tmder a
11 ���     Passing to m- adjoining room
she was horrified to find her brotln r.
Useful Presents are what we
have to show you.
See Our Window. Everything in it flood.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
ManuM
Capital 14,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
Bankof lorooto I
New Westminster, B. C,
Branch, J. (iracey, Mgr.
Seali'ilA     (j _ _
e ��� poration counsel asked that
lie h" senl to au Ins ine asylum. 1 le
Is now ;in in -, ��� physlcopathy
wai ei .a  Belli \ ue,    to which he was
���   ;.      tly,   ift -r  being  di -
poi    a from Canada as a lunatic, Ros-
ii   .���. s trii il    as a lunatic and dis-
'    u   ��� ie alter he had condui ;-
,-n case, fhen he tui ned up
in Wi bli "i and s ��� pi 11- ri I Mr.
and Mrs. Pafl that they had sent him
out of tie" city. Ri .��� ' ���; a |1(, was
afti a job in the cabini t, Rossen's
:������ Ister and mother all appear. ,1
as wit e. againsi him. He d
ided I and Insisted on cross-
Inlng  Dr.  Gregory   oi'    Belle, ue.
will come up again tod j.
N.S.W.,  Dec.   20.���After  a :
nding over a perio
' ,      rears the question of appointing
a  high commissioni r tn  London, has
ie,       si ttli ���'   by  the appi Intmi
Sir Geoi gi   Reid, a lawyei  and states-  '
man, and one of the foremo i   - pai k-
ers of : be em] I 'e, wl om ; be King recently knighted.     iii.-- salary, Including  es |e. iis.s. will  be $25,000 a 3 ear.
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NEW   WESiM,-,
j Carl Llmperi, a clerk, 43 years old,
I stretched oul dead on thi floor, the
. ���,ii-.. mutilati d b the '1"'-''
teeth. J: Is belli . I Llmpi 11
who was subject tie | opi \>. fell un
conscious, and waa attacked by the
animal.
Telephone 13.
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KIRK'S HARDWARElNeww��m.in.ier>B.c Model Sign Works
i.
Jackson
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tompany
have    finished    Installing    their
new plant In the new Thomson
block. Market square, and are
now prepared to execute all
orders pron p ly. Thay have
put In an up-to-date cylinder
press (the first in the city) for
doing the finest half-tone work
in black and colors, as well as
the better grades of commercial
work.      TELEPHONE 388.
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Fourth Avenue and  Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   r-~r   day   up.
Room   and  i.ojrn  $ ?.5C  per  day up.
Room   with   bath   $2.50  p��r   day   up.
Room with bath an"! board $���( per day
All   'eii- ei,. rooms, with hot and cold
water  st^am heat, loiiy distance tel��-
phone. "iu    ,leets all trains and boats
The Daily News will be kepi on filf'
in our reading room.
CARLETON  QILBERT,   Mgr.
SIGN, SCENE AND G LNIAL
PAINTi'.
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Christmas Turki    .   Ducks,
Gee.se and Cl
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Central Meat
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PHONE.   ��70
��� OWELL A OUDt. Pr      Utort
We Claim the Distinction
ol Being Leaders in Men's
Furnishings
and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
buyers:
SMOKING JACKETS
BATH ROBES
FANCY ARM BANDS
COAT  SWEATERS
FANCY  HOSE
SUSPENDERS
CRAVATS
PYJAMAS
SHIRTS
GLOVES
HANDKERCHIEFS
VESTS
MUFFLERS
A Urge and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
j. EUGENE BROWN & CO
 618 COLUMBIA STREET!
Gifts for Father, Brother, Uncle or
Sweetheart
SrJeLteyvZfSTan friends-gifts that will make any of them
appreciate your good common sense in se ection if vou let us heln vou
from our varied stock of high-grade articfes such as
TIES  	
MUFFLERS    	
SILK     HANDKERCHIEFS.
 25c to $1.50
  75c to $2.50
[ 50c to $1.25
LINEN      HANDKERCHIEFS   25c to 50c
CLOVES   	
FANCY    SOCKS	
SWEATERS   ...
.$1.25 to $3.50
... 35c to 75c
.$1.25 to $4.00
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR    MEN
STERLING  GOODS
See Our Stock of
TOILET SETS, MANICURE SETS, CARD CASES, CIGARETTE
CASES, CIGAR CASES, MATCH BOXES, BRUSHES, WHISKS SHAV
ING  SETS,   ETC.
THESE  GOODS ARE ALL SU ITABLE  FOR XMAS PRESENTS.
SMOKING    JACKETS     $6.50  to $10
DRESSING   GOWNS     910 to $17.50
BATH   ROBES    $550 to , ���    ,
FANCY  VESTS    |1i80   to   ,7.50
UMBRELLAS    $1   t0   $
POCKET   BOOKS   AND   PURSES    35c  to  $2.50
SUSPENDERS    35c to V._o
BOXED SETS OF SUSPENDERS,   ARMLETS   AND
HOSE    SUPPORTERS $1.00 to $1.50
SffSln?^^^^^0 nBoxes- Razor Boxes, Razor Poaches,
Uitt buttons, Watch Fobs Stick Pins and Stud Sets in endless variety
ot styles and prices.
BET.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
80LE AQENT8 LONQINE'S / ND HAMILTON WATCHE8.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd*
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1909.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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T���TWO       FURNISHED
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Windsor   Block,   292    Front
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TO TWO     ROOMS       WITH
\ i.t��� 1 >- 527 Carnarvon street,
TENDERS.
addressed   to the under-
Ottawa, In sealed envelopes,
i e.n the envelopes "Ten-
. irantine Supplies," "i'i be
;' to noon ot' the fifteenth
uuary, 1910, for supplies for
���   Siation.
iwing supplies are required:
"nil;
rles;
������ ire and ship chandlery;
el stores and disinfectants;
i ms,   aud other    articles of
;
. Vi    tables.
may be obtained by appllca-
the  Department of    Aegrioul*
u"'   Ottawa, or to the    Medical Su-
Perlnt, ndeni at  Quarantine,
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any Inten sl  In the said land b.
ny nni' gistered ins
and all i" i sons claiming any inti
In the . tid land b_ di sa it, whose
title Is nol registi n d under the pro-
��� "Land Reejjistry Act,"
are required to contest the claim ol
the tax rcl er within forty-flvi
days from the date of the servlci i
tiiis notice upon you, and in def tull
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being Bled within Buch period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and ea. h of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in re-
Bpecl et tbe said laud, and 1 shall
register Charles Bradbury as owner
thereof in tee. And I hereby order
that publication of this notice for
thirty days in a daily newspaper published In New Westminster wlll be
good and suilicieiu service thereof.
Dai.d at the l.and Registry Offle,
New Westminster, Province of Brit-
lsb Columbia, this 30th day of Novem.
b.r. A. D., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Janus  lli'iaml. Janus  Highland.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Grand Trunk Pacific Bi inch
Lines Companj will apply to the
Parliamenl of Canada, al its preseni
session tor an Acl further amending
the   (Vol  incorporating �����"��  Company,
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lllp Department does not bind R*
. i accept the lowest or any tender.
Nl     papers copying this advertise-
""'"'  without  authority from the l)l>-
l!li""' will not he paid.
A. L. JARVIS,
nu  Deputy Minister and
Secretary of Agriculture.
��tawa, Canada, November 11, 1909
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Taki  notice that nn application Has
epn made to register Charles Brad-
as the owner in fee simple, un-
il tax sale  deed  from  the  reeve
A-
m
all and singular
Stoiil of: tSe following additional lines
I of railwaj;-        . .,    vVestern
(1) From a '":':i ?Vrunk Pacific
Division Of the Gram Jrwik��� ^
Railway between the east m Qf
of  Range   i-  am. ;   ;   in,,,idlan
Range IT. west ol th>   '"''        wost.
tbence ln n southwesterly ana
trly direction to a   olnt in *>
��Companj   Is author-
1 ( ol clause ll
oint on the proP��
ity  of  Calgary
line   which   the
ized under paragrapn ��^   truot   t0
of  said   chapter   >���'  "
Calgary; ee^L
(2)    From a l"1
line mention.
tween the eai.. - .,s  ,
the west limit o   Range   ^
the third meridian, th^cein^^
��ly and  ���out^g% the vicin
Kegina  or to .ii'l11
thereof
sed
i��� paragraph'tl) b^
'" ��� t eau.'.' 20 and
t limit of Range_r"_. ���,
28.
west of
an east-
to
Ity
bui
dei
;i  tax sale  deed  from  the  ree*
j,  '     ,'k of Burnaby to Charles Brae1
7,,,..'  faring  date  the  16th  day  0
U1>' A. D��� 1908, of all and singula
tnereoi. .    on the proposed
(3)    Fre.n ai   '"    . ���   .21  be-
UM me"UoD!t limit of Range 24 and
tween the eas ""��� .. Z7, wes< of
tho west limil of Rang MooBe jaW,
the Becond ��"''"'; .Vicinity U-ere-
of to a point  i" ""
of;
(4)   From
��� point on the wc
isterly
I
. Waiu-
,   ���
ia to   .  po
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of       ���      Lt ol
b om Ke glna or a point In the
' i   a   south-
. 'nl   v.. . " i ion    to
���e,'    lee    ;:     ]1(>j;].    j|j    ^g    vj,.,!,.
ity i bridge i     tii    llm   whioh
.   aj   ia.  under paragraph 11
: 1 oi said chapter 99, auth-
i  :ei consti uel  from Calgarj   to
mdi   j ol 'lie   provinci   e.r Albi i ta al or near Coutis.
(6) From a point ou the main line
eei the Western Division between
Moose Lake and Tete Jaune Cache.
thence through the drainage of the
Clearwater River, Bonaparte River,
Seton and Anderson Lakes and the
Lillooet River or the Squamish River
or between the last two rivers to
Vancouver, British Columbia authorizing an Issue of bonds te the extenl
of $30���000 a mile of the said lines of
railway, numbered ill to (5) inclusive and comprising the said lines
within whal are defined by the said
Acl as the "Manitoba, Saskatchewan
and Alberta Extensions"; authorizing
an issue' of bonds to the extent of
$50,000 a mile of the said line of railway numbered (6) and comprising
the said line within what is defined
by the said Acl as the "British Columbia Extensions;" and also amending paragraph 11 of clause 11 of the
said Act, as regards the southern terminus of the iin.' thereby authorized.
Dated at Montreal this 29th day of
November, 1909.
W. II   BIGGAR,
Solicitor for Applicants.
TENDERS    WANTED.
IV.ILTON   MAN   IS ACTIVE
IN   MAKING   TROUBLE
mpton, Ont., Dee. 2,-.���j, E.
Tietsmarch of Milton bad a case before Police Maeegist^ate Ci amfoi t ��� a
5 In which he charged Tate Meni il. constable at inglewood,
with perjury. The case was thrown
out. Mr. Tietsmarch lias entered an
action .against the police magistrate
: >r Blander. He has also summoned
Constable Smeaton on two charges of
using profane and abusive language.
and making threats. Mr. Tietsmarch
has also issued a writ against the
Toronto World claiming $60,000 damages for alleged libel. The latter
arises out of that paper's report of
the court proceedings here on Friday.
Present Hupi
en Water yuc^on
as
fol-
to
to
to
CANADIANS FOU A
NFW PRESS SERVICE
#
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Christmas  and  New  Year
Excursion Rates to all
Points.
One and  one-third  fare return trip
tickets on sale Dec. L'l to Jan. 1, good
to return Jan.  5.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, Q. P, A.. Vancouver
Tenders  arr
clearing  of  a
hereby called for the
UTO1111, ���. .. school site at Sapperton. Specifications may be seen at the
office of the Secretary of the Schoo
lei  and  \2  a.m.  and
Hoard,   between
3 and 4 p.m.
First Arrival of
New Fall Goods
i
' In all the latest shades and fashions.
| Just opened out.     You'll be delighted
K. LENNIE,
Secretary School Board
to see them.
NOTICE.
Ml accounts due me not paid by
December 111 will be placed in a so-
Udtort hands  for ������ec��0��EANg.
p. o. Bos 127. i
NOTICE RE LULLMSLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old Wtaji �����
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cauUonad against hauling loads or
any eklnd over It. _����--
Persons continuing to do *> arrer
tl,l�� notice must take all the nsks on
themselves. -.**_._**__���_.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN^
Clcy Hall. New Westminster, Jnty
23rd, 1909.
- J. NJithison.MerchantTailor
COLUMBIA STREET.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
(Continued from Pag(  Om .)
a report on what he saw at the next
meeting of the m>talu.j|.
i lie aldermen��_ report reads
lows:
"To the Mayor and Cily Councl
Q( nth men:Your representatives
the hearing of the city's request
cancel the order-ln-councll given
the Vancouver Power company by the
Dominion government, and replace
the city's order cancelled, beg to report as follows:
"The hearing was held lu the (ouncil chamber of the prime minister
December 1 at 11 a. m. The following were present: Sir Wilfrid Laurier (presiding), Hon. .Mr. Pugsley,
Hon. Mr. Templeton, lion. Mr. Oliver,
Department Minister of Justice Kulph
Smith, M. 1'.. F. K. Clover, Mr. Schy-
ler, VV. Ci. .McQuarrie, Aldermen Gray
and Adams (representing the city),
J. u. Grant (representing Coquitlam
and Richmond), Colonel Thompson
representing Vancouver Power company) Hugh Guthrie. Guelph (representing New Westminster).
"Mr. Guthrie presented the city's
claim in a manner highly creditable
to the city and himself. He commenced with the city acquiring the
rights of the Coquitlam Waterworks
company lu 18SH, going over the various orders-in-councll granted to the
city by the government, the different
communications betweeen the city
and governmenl. and Mr. Kennedy,
then M. P., and leading up to the cancellation of the orders-in-councll. the
gross misrepresentations of parties to
the minister of the Interior in asking
the order-ln-coiincil wlthoui hearing
the city of New Westminster, before
cancelling said order,
"The prime minister listened with
marked attention to the argument of
the city, and after hearing Mr, Glover
in a very short address directed that
a written argument be presented to
the minister of justice, Mr. Ailsworth,
as this was a question of law In our
reparian and vested rights. Your representatives gave Mr, Guthrie all the
Information In their power, as will
be seen by the written argument
handed In, a copy of which Is herewith submitted.
"Our stay ln Ottawa was a pleasant one for ourselves and we think
profitable for the city. As Mr. Guthrie had to go to Guelph in the interval we had two or three days In
which to visit and see the cities of
Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto, taking
stock of different things, such as
light, water and streets, which I am
sorry to say will not ln any way compare with ours when our streets are
finished up.    Yours truly,
"GEORGE  ADAMS,
"A. W. GRAY."
Will   Have   Offices In   Toronto, Montreal,   Ottawa,   Winnipeg,   and
Other   Cities.
Montreal, Dec. 20.���A new Imperial press service has jusi been incorporated at Ottawa, known as the British and Colonial Press Service, Limited, of Montreal, which is being
backed by many leading financiers of
Montreal, Toronto and other places.
The company has been formed for the
special purpose of supplying a news
service throughout tlie empire, In order lo avoid the necessity of the various outlying dominions and Great
Britain getting their news through
channels where It is liable to be tinctured with foreign coloring. All the
shareholders must be British subjects, and the company, by its charier. Is debarred from doing business,
outside the Hag. Offices will bo
opened at Montreal, London (England), Winnipeg, Cape Town, Sydney
(Australia), and correspondents secured at leading places, as with other
news services. The company ex-
pects to start operations early next
year, working with the Marconi Company with whicli it has an advantageous contract, as soon as that company is in shape to handle news dispatches over long distances.
The present Canadian directors
are: Messrs. A. MacGoun, Kt'.; Hon.
J. D. Holland and J. D. MolBon of
Montreal. Amongst those backing
the project are Sir Geo. Drummond,
Sir 11. Montagu Allan, Hamilton A.
Gault, W. 1. Gear, E. F. Hehden of
Montreal; J. M. Clark, K.C.. A. E.
Hue, Major-General Cotton, Hon. S.
C. Wood. Noel Marshall, J. F. Ellis,
Aemillus Jarvis and Mr. Gourlay ot
Toronto, and J. R. Booth of Ottawa.
The capital stock of $100,000 has been
practically subscribed, and the company will start its Imperial news service well equipped financially,
Railroads In Newfoundland.
St. John's N. F., Dec. 20.���The extension of railroads ln the colony wlll
be the principal business to come up
before the next parliament. Il wlll
convene on January 20, under Premier Morris.
Leopold Had Huge Fortune.
Paris, Dec. 20.���A French financier,
who is familiar with the Congo and
other business operations of the late
King Leopold of Belgium, estimates
the monarch's private fortune in excess of the f3.000.000 bequeathed to
the princess at $50,000,000. Lawyers
here expect much litigation over the
property.
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So come and choose
from our limited
line of crockery
and glassware. Remember, Christmas prices encourage Christmas giving and this is going to be a " cleanup" sale of crockery. It is policy to
make your selection early.
We have also an
extra fine line of
Christmas groceries of every description and it is the
variety that makes
our stock popular.
For; can count it
good if Adams sells
ii.
Also dont forget;
that this is the Big I
Store  filled with
Little Prices.
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^    .lard   i: a'   a   li!    2 ���   | cent.      below
*y i cost.  Appl     Box     ll   City.
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. ��� 11 he    pile', Incial    assessment.        Tl e
DQS       Jl reason   given   for  all   the   appeals   is
the    property   Is    wrongly   as-
���e ssed,      The    court    will  be culled
al  il a.m.
Ker first-class cut  .lowers and any
Iklnil of Floral work, teieohone Davie
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 ~ [is   safe and   thai
Piano  and  organ   tuning.      v.'.   E.
Martin, Mus.  Mae., 'phon.   L615, city.
Carnations galore at  Tidy's  florlsl
store, 7:;,' Columbia    street,     Phone
L1S-1. **
liA"
Talcum,
The fi nr.
eand best t
fants or ad
T.I
���
jated,
detest
for  in-
'
J*.
Ellard   ?lock.
NEW   WESTMINSTE
CO.
B.   C.
Word lias been received from Coqultlam to the i IT' cl thai plowing
there Is already under way, this being
rather earlier  than   usu ll.
Your box in a safety deposll vault
is a private affair. No one lias acci
And besides, it
^^^^^^^^^^^ is I factor worth
I something to you. Then ll costs
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Lei
us tell you aboul it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager
Xew   Westminster  branch. 228-4
.1. 11. Todd's music store will be
open every evening until 9 o'clock
from now on until Christmas.
Tidy's for mistletoe
11st, Columbia street,
Tidy the flor-
'hone Lia l.
V
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1
_*<__:    t_t.:      *-      _!__*
VIDAL & iiACCHUS
PHONE 475.
ll
For fresh-berried holly and Christmas trei s phone Dai les' gn enhouse,
: telephone  R208.
Miss C. Fitzpatrick arrived here on
Saturday nighl from Yorkshire, England, tei pa) a visit to Inr uncle. Ed-
ward Hoult, of this city. ! Hi s :'.'.
pati Ick, who has never been In Canada before, Is greatly pleased with
the i ountry and maj '.,',. up hi
Idence here.
Christmas and New Y r's Excursions���Fare and one-third foi round
trip on all rail lin - ol tm   C,  i'. R
Port _\ ri hit and Wes;. Tickets ei
sale Dec. -! to 25, an I ' >' c. 28 to Jan.
1.  Good  until  Jan. 5,   L910.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.. hav,   received kl
a  carload  ol   turkeys  from  the  cast g*
and  ha,,   al ������������ i a cholc    s   ���   tioi   01 ".j
local   birds.     Place   youi   ordi r   with -Si
them now and thi j   will clo the rt
Linens, Blankets, Comforts For the Home
Don't wait to do your shopping until necessity forces
quick action and you find yourself compelled to m-llt
hurried decision and hasty selection. Th s or"
the question of what to buy solved in its broad v,f
eties of splendid gift goods for the home now at he
very height of completeness.
:
i
Store   Open XVcdncsday, Thursday   and
Friday Evening's
i
tiiem now and thi y will d rei
MFDDITH     ' H MCAV  'ri,is is Christmas, the   time   for tur
if.L.:-!.S��:.    fl    '      llHIfltjfll   keys.    Thej   have   them;
��� THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phono  536
Westmin; ,:.er
tbem.    Well, call  on  them and  you
will both be pleased.
The lift  of    the    fog yesterday  allowed  business on the waterfroni   to
ie-- i'snnied on an ordinary s( iie. For
pasl   wi ��� i.    the-    wate [i oni   ha..
been a soi t ol a desolate looking suni
mer resoi t bul  there Is lots oi  business being don,- there now.     Nu ves
si Is  I'-mii  ilee outside ba\.- come  in
during the last few days, bul several
are expected in toda;..     Tl -   ���������-��� -   i
ment    dredge    Fruhling,    which  has
heen tied up here for the pasl threi
weeks   undergoing   repairs,   lefi   yes-
If you will make this store your gift-buying* h< ad-
quarters you will be able to make more presents ancl
better ones than you will be able to get elsewhere
I
DV \\_T ~T_v*^__ __-**--���-*--*���,    .    4 * ^_   I weeks   undergoing   repairs,   lefi   yes
0    IOU   K.I1ftV/        ,   ���  ��� CflrS53�� \\ Y_l      V-0��'",,',1:,y '" w��'-k��n th.' sandheads. Th,
*>    m. \j\_i   I1UUVY -~~-*~w 8teamer L0nsdale 1b u    the r,
te   it  fc
that in order for us to be able to supply the demand    for    trained steno-wffice 'Phone 18o.      Baro   fnoue 137
graphers and    bookkeepers we need Columbia Btraer
you, young man, young woman, to attend our school.
Call  or  write  for  prospectus.
.   .. ette Mills taking
ot lumber.
on  a  load
���Baggage   delivered    promotly    to
an.v  part  of ine rltT
CLOSED.     REOPEN   JAN.   3,
1909.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE--"! -AM   OBPOT.
WestmlnsterModern Business
School
A. L. BOUCK, President.
61 O Columbia Street
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
D""' '"' correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If >ou hawm  a Savings Account,
imju  is the besl time to start one.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.
Silicon No. 1. Silicon Xo. 2 Pitt Fractional. Silicon Fractional Grouped
Mia'ial Claims, situated in the New
Westminster Mlnln Division of
New Westmin e District, where
located Pitl Lake:
Christmas   Soccer.
The victorious    Xew    Westminst i r i
soccer team will help the Celtics of j
Vancouver    destroy    som ���    grass al
Queen's park on Christmas Day. The
Celtics are last year's chami ions and |
there  is  keen    rivalry    between   th
two teams.      Since their win on Saturday  the local    bunch    are fei ling
pretty strong and expect to make the
Celtics feel homesick.     The hoys are
looking   forward   to   a   Rood   gate   as
this is the only attraction on Christmas Day and it certainly ought to be
a good  one.
Useful Gifts For the Horn*
Linen   dinner  cloths with   napkins  to   match   Tak*
granted   that   every   woman   loves   fine   linens
Handsome fi m designs, 2x2 1-2 yds $750
Conventionalized   Poppy designs, 2x3 yds. .'.".18.60 to $10
( �� ''''""i  and  pansy designs, 2x3 1-2 yds $4 to $12
��� '  m mi
 e��$1.S0
conventional designs. Per -, d  $1 2D
2 yds. wide, pure bleached   Irish   linen,   small    patterns,
t  I
1,n'"-v Pattern, each  $3.50 to $7
(ia(.||11-'   Dam��"*   a����tB,   very  neat  designs,  raised  Patterns.
 $3   to   $6.ft0
2 yds. wide.
very pretty, Pi r yd.
12-4   Damask,   very!
Xmas Waists
OF  SILK  AND  NET
Xo    matter    how
waists   a   lady   maj    I1
an   extra   one   is   alwaj
predated,   The   new
in the coming Beason'e styles  have  he. n    rush. ,1    forward   to   help     solve
Christmas    puzzles.       ifl
BtOCk   to   hand   is   'inn
able elsewhere. Prici.- I
 $4.79   to
LOST���BLACK COCKER SPANIEL,
ahout four months old.    Reward  H
returned  to 410  St. George street.
The Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69J
Paid  up Capital  Stock.
Reserve Fund	
Total   Assets	
.$ 4.914.000
.$ 5,614,000
.$61,046,000
OLYMPIC HEIGHTS
Investor.-,   an    s 1 ia     the   value of these lots on the new 11. C.  KI"
ectric cut-ofl and are buying fast.
This property Is just outside thp city of Xew Westminster and is
bound to Increase In value when the line is bulli shortly.
i.ois selling al 9170 to ?b00, according   to   size.   Small  cash   payment and balance easy, without interest,
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID.
New Westminster Branch:
E. N. SU H ERL AND, Local Manager.
Did it Occur to You
to Give a Handbag?
$3.75  up to $10
Women's Gift Oloves
BOXED   IF   YOU   WISH
The "Bonneval" qualltj of
the   famous   Reynier   W h
the host gift glove for women made. Perfeel style   and
guaranteed   good     wearing
Our glove leader. Pair $1-50
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
Neckwear For Christmas Gifts
The real swell things are here in a thousand
diierent styles.
���____h__!.m*_&VM_M________m i
I i- i
i U*9
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcbes for Ladies from |12V5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'   open face,
16.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents'  open    case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Kigtn
(Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door* hom   Geo. Adam*, Grocer
INVESTMENTS
WHY PAY RENT? We have on
our lists some especially {rood bargains for
those seeking homes.
INVESTMENTS. Call on us before buying. We have some sure moneymakers.
Ple.
lace c
muffle
ening
best v
cholc
'.Ks  muslin ��� Jab0t8' handmftde ohl������  �����>'
;rs  fanel/t   2/    ,   '""   embr��Wered   collars.    sm
w,',���   Th,  1 -ila i' "lon""bil" ^arf8 and scarfs for ev
BtUpVc0esPr^gfeTomCr.nOW
 20c  to  $3
Umbrellas
for Women
or Men
Where   can   yon     find    .1
more   suitable  present   th in
a   good   sensible     unihn II
for cither your father, moth
er, sister, brother, or friend'
The   chief   difference   In   p|
good umbrella Is in the handle. We carry _\  niosi excel-
lenl   assortment,    Including
natural wood, either plain or
with silver mountings, pearl
gold, or silver tipped, etc.
Prices Range From
$1.75 to $20
| F. J. HART & CO., LIMITED
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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