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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
NUMBER 389.
AIE
Of REfERE
NOT YET CERTAIN
fotes Polled at City Hall
Not Yet Counted But it is
Sure of Passing.
Ll FE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St,    Phone 85.
MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PEK COPY.
RADCLIVE WILL SPEND
CHRISTMAS AT WY
tup total  vote  for  the  referendum
whether the city  shall  remain
ltB old charier or  be governed
[I.,   .Municipal  Clauses act  sti"
unknown, the votes taken at
to
Inder
nder
femains
I
bunted.
Hall   not   having   yet   heen
Will   Probably   Pass.
,1 ,).,   balloting  at.  thc   West
Imi
e :
       Knd
Sapperton   booths' can   he   taken
lve    of      puhlic     opinion
L ii   the   city   ami   experience
���ul. alii"  *'Otes shows that  they can,
v. in  undoubtedly carry the
m,   the  proposal   having   in
I ths received   Qve times
-ninnalive     as     negative
,i proportion ot Bpolled bal-
.. outnumber    even  those
,   , the proposal is accounted
,   lack of knowled.ua of tbe
e.i   the   proposal  on   the
;,',., n;  the citizens, many  of  whom
"1(1, ,.-!���     nol   knowing    just  exactly
.   -..   having cast  their bal-
'ots wni oul   marking    them  ai   all.
oi    the   electees, how-
were evidently  willing  to take
i   city officials t0 the
lflert e proposal  was a good
L, a a  ror it  accordingly.
tall so far as counted
Vote   in   Detail.
C1(v returns.
��� For,   182;   against.
If
! or,   130;
I
n ferendum
esolu '" H effect ^^^^^^^^
, preseni charter will be
j the council, ami this
i passed, will be forwarded in tin form of a memorandum to
thl     , les ai  Victoria with whom
the  power of  cancelling
chai ter and allowing it to
_ der  the general act
44;
against, 20;
lias passed, a
tliat  the cltj
Ordered  Firm Dissolved.
���.,   Dec,   L3.���Thr   big
J- a of Kelly Brothers
1: ���       eral   branches   In   the
dered  dissolved  today  as
con-
who
west
the
climax if lengthy litigation. A receiv-
ier will        appolnti d  and   this    has
to the master in chancery,
cdonald.
Eterrific storms hai
around cape flattery
Sai
ing Vessels  Suffer  Severely���Bar-
kentine Benicia Feared to Be
Lost.
Port Townsend, Wn., Dec. 13.���The
live seeing tug Snohomish and the
tug Pioneer are today searching for
the barkentlne Benicia, whicli was re-
porti bj the schooner Ethel Zane,
arrivli m Clallam Hay at noon yesterday, to be in distress 17l) miles
south oi Cape Flattery. Accouling
to ih, Ethel Zane, the decltload <>'
the Beneicla had gone ana tliere was
Dine feel of water in her hold. Shipping im n have little hope oi the tugs
finding the barkentlne because since
siio was reported severe storms have
prevailed and sh- probably has heen
driven several hundred mileB from
ie< i i" itlon at that time.
With sails gone and rigging domor-
; iiu' advance guard ol the '"���
coinii; fleel of sailing vessels are
!" ll ing to arrive, alter having been
tempi ��� lossed for the past ten days
bl the tieioe gales that bave prevailed eeei Cape Flattery and the Ore-
is' east.     Masters of  vessels ar-
,! vli hare today report recent
Btorm as the fiercest experiences ""
,!"s coasl in many years. Schooner
David Evans was towed here yesterday with 150,000 feet of her deckload
gone and In a leaking condition.
Revenue of Annuities Branch.
Ottawa,   Dec.   l.i.���iSuporintviiilonJ
Bastedo of the annuities branch ex;
Pects thai  the revenue for the year
will total $40(1,011(1.
Maybrag Gang on Trial.
Waa Francisco, Dee. 18.���United
States District Judge Van Fleet de-
niMl Hue iietition of E, C. Moore, R.
"��� Herrlman and W. D. Hrown for ��
W|ii "i halloas corpus to prevent their
remova] to the United States district
co,"'i at Omaha for trial on charges
of conspiracy with the Maybray gang
of alleged prizefight and race track
swindlers. Counsel for the men announced that they would appeal to
United States supreme court.
The defendants allege that the con-
"Piracy, of which they are charged,
Was formed In Canada, out of the -u-
""diction  of the Omaha court.
th
Attell Almost Lost.
Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 13.���Abe At-
,,,||e  champion   featherweight   of   (ho
was forced to extend himself
llmll  to get a    decision over
White, of   Chicago. In an 8-
contest last night.      The decision -
World,
<o thi
Charlie
''Olltlll
was unpopular.
First Time  For Many Years That  I
Finds   Himself Without  an   Engagement.
Radclive,   the official   hangman  ol
the  Dominion   government,  who lias
been in the city since th i executl i
of  the  Japanese  murderer   lasi   Friday, leaves today for his home In On
lario. iie was ai the station all ready
to depart yesterday, bui  his baggaj
was  not   senl   down  In  timi   for  the
train  and   he  waited  I'o.   ll   until   td
day.
Radclive has no other official business on hand now, and ��� pects tt
back to his homi- ln Toronto, whei
he will spend Christmas lie Is looking forward to this as be has not
been able to stay al home for Christmas for the lasi ten or twelve years.
Ftadcli.i- expressed g e . pleasure
at not having any moi - haugin to
do for some time, "II mi - u moi - to
me than a lot of people seem to
think," said he. Speaking of the recent execution, he said i ial he was
not often called upon to carry out the
sentence of death on a native of J.'-
pan, The majority of the tnen hi b
hung have been foreigners, this being
especially the casa in the last toui
or fl\ e yeai b, since there hag bi i u
such a marked Increase In foreign
immigration. He again extolled the
gallows here as the best in Canada,
and asked the reporter what he
thought of it. Hi- expressed himsell
as well pleased with the way in whicl
the execution ol Yoshikawa had been
conducted bul said that be was
that it  was over.
IAY0R Wh
lENLY-CON
John  A.   Lee   Wins    By   Majority   of   Only   55   Out of
1335 Votes Polled ���Balloting is Heaviest on Record
-Four Councillors and  One Trustee Reelected.
55 votes out ot
New Westmin-
ee us mayor ol
By a ma     Ity   of
15,  thi   cl e/e-ns  of
I I electa,] John AM	
���   city I'm  1910 yesterday.
rhe majority is one of the smallest
ind tin- total vote by l'ar the largest
��� polled in the history of the city,
the previous record being 856, which
was   the   total   at  the   last   mayoral
a e lions.
The elections yesterday were particularly    noticeable    for    the  large
shows that the Sapperton ratepayers
stuck well by their candidates but
were unable to elect any of them owing to the preponderance of votes '"
the centre of the city.
School Trustees.
For school trustees T. .1. Trap]) and
Dr. T. B. Green were elected, P. Peebles, who was soaking re-election,
making a close run. Mr. Trapp led
the polls hy a majority of 58, while
Dr. Green, the second successful can-
glad
ATHABASCA OILFIELUS
ARE OF HUGE EXTENT
Expert    Who    Has    Been    Over    the
Ground   Gives   Evidence   Before
Senate  Committee.
Ottawa, Dec. 13.���interesting evi-
di ace as to the Athabasca oh fields
v, as given before the senate committee on i ilneral resources today by Alfred Von Hammersteln.
ii'' stated thai for the pasi i Ight
years lie had been exploring a field,
In tween 320 and 350 miles north ol
Edmonton.
He and his associates had spenl
about $85,000 and a million dollars lu
hardships, and had drilled li wells,
scattered over au area of 60 miles-
Some oi these wells had revealed
the presence of oil and gas in large
quantities.
The wells varied iu depth from 250
to 1200 teet. He exhibited samples
of oil collected in sand, wliich be
burned In the presence of the committee by touching a match to it-
lie declared thai in the district in
wliich lie was boring there were inexhaustible supplies of this material.
The  samples  which  lie showed,
said, contained about 98 per
pure oil.      it    lay    lr
quantities.    Near the
found   In  a  hardened
cent, of
inexhaustible
surface it was
state, while 60
feet  lower
semi-liquid
down  it
condition
was  found  in  a
Fire from Electric Light Bulb.
Toronto. Dee. 13.���An electric light
bulb broke in S. C. McGowan's house,
504 Brunswick avenue, and set tire to
some clothing hanging on a wall nearby. The flames did J100 damage before the firemen quenched them.
-Fire
shaft
Smothered   in   Mine   Fire.
Lethbridge.   Alta..    Dec.    13-
broke oul  In Gall  mine No. 3
yesterday and before it was extlngu-
��� hea one man.   Beresford,   and   X0
lo deatli. Otn-
not extensive.
isn   ^	
horses were smothered
erwise the damage was
JAPANESE WILL TAKE
TRIAL BY JUDGE
Men Concerned in Gray's Mill  Battle
Fight Shy of Jury���County Court
Opens Today.
at
ar-
The four Japanese. S. N��da, M.
Mallahura! J. kStoU. t Ma "umura.
WiU) were sent up for) trial W >W
,,,,���. smith at Coquitlam, on charges
connected with the recent tignt
Gray's Mill on the Pitt rlverfl    ^
court for olec-
trial, and
be set at the
The   Japanese are
one of corn-
harm
the
occurred be-
,,nd    some ten
ralgned     yesterday
Howay  In the county
tion.     They elected speedy
the date wlll probably
sessions   today,
charged on two counts,
mo nassault, the other of assault with
intent   to  do    grievous  bodily
both laid by white employees of
mill  where the fracas
tween  16    Japanese
white men. i^^^^^^^^^^^
The regular monthly anssion of the
county court will open
at 11 o'clock, the
boring about a dozen
fixed for the trial
and a few applications
in    chambers.       Yest	
Howay  sat In   -*���">��>��������    and  heard
E.   Cor
list
of
session of
tbis morning
of cases num-
Dates will be
moat of these,
will be heard
yesterday      Jt"��Be
chambers   and
two applicatiousMi^low.:
Marshall
THE RETURNS IN FULL.
FOR MAYOR.
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C
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0
C
CANDIDATES.
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t.
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S
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J, A. Lee. . .
W. II. K'-ary
Spoiled  .. .   .
444   150
94
688
426   107
ion
633
7       3
1
1 1
5b
Total   votes
FOR   ALDERMEN.
CANDIDATES.
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1
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4J
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He
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c,
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'C_
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CO
-^_^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-H
J. J. Johnston	
A. W. Gray  ��
C. A. Welsh     gD:
h-eGiiiey ::::: ^
J. S. Bryson  521
J. Jardine  499
J. C. Smith	
j. X. Aitchison   .",,
,    .   41).' i
M. Sinclair  .,v,
Geo. Adams  !!,,,,
J. Cameron   ' ;;,.'.
1  c Blair.  ���������  ;;;;; ;ss
T. H. Smith    ' ���'   ��� ��� ���   ��� ���(lS
K. Watson      192
A.  Hardman  7
Spoiled    	
;    Jj SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
162
88
145
74
114
82
129
62
140
62
92
71
87
62
6BI
Su
70
591
7^
55j
59
69
:<8
77
41|
42
30|
60
42
14I
7e
M
908
865
852
838
684
648
666
5SX
522
437
376
298
248
19
CANDIDATES.
'  547
T-  J. Trapp     ??'
Dr. T. B. Green    ����
P. Peebles  "", 4g
Spoiled
part played
larger numbi
157
1    98'
802
169
��� 116i
774
82
85!
667
���1
16|
b2
jy the women voters, a
r of ladies exercising the
ever before
franchise yesterday than
in the history of the city.
The Aldermen.
Although refusing _o return Mayor
Keary. the electors chose a council
of which the majority of the aldermen are declared supporters Of the
late mayor. Tli..' aldermen for next
year, in order of their precedence at
the polls are as follows: J. J. Johnston (re-elected). A. \Y. Gray ire-
elected), C. A. Welsh, II. Gilley. j. S.
Bryson, J. Jardine (re-elected), J. C.
Smith  (re-elected).
Aid. Johnston, who headed the polls
revived the largest vote ever polled
for an  alderman  in  the city, being
given more votes than any oilier candidate at every poll iu the city. None
of the four Sapperton candidates were
elected. J. N Ai'cliison, although lie
made eighth place, was separated hy a
margin of 7!i votes from Aid. J. Carter Smith, who stood at the toot of
the polls, while Aid. Smiili himsell
was only two votes below Aid. .lardine, tlie next highest man. An
analysis of the votes for aldermen
shows that the citizens for the mesl
part had a pretty clear idea Of
men they wanted on the
that a great many exactly
tickets must have been cast.     It also
had
���ad of 89 on Mr. Pee
^^     the
council, and
similar
didate,      	
hies.
About 7:30 rumors of the correct
resull were on the sheets, though
how they leaked out ls a mystery yet
to be explained. However, it soon
became apparent that Lee had been
elected by a small majority, and the
crowd In his committee rooms became riotously happy. Cries for a
Bpeech trom the successful candidate
met With a quick response, Mr. Lee
being right an the spot. He said that
he was glad that the electors had
seen lit to pul him in the big chair,
and promised to do his best to de-
servo tthelr confidence. He only
spoke for a few minutes, regretting
that any unpleasantness had crept
into the campaiugn and disclaiming
auy responsibility for that feature Ol
tlie tight. He thanked his supporters
for their adherence to him hi the face
of all difficulties, remarking that Ids
work in the position would show ills
gratitude more than anything that he
could say.
Seen by a .News reporter. .Mr. Lee
said tIiiit he had no sialement beyond
lhat he was thankful to the ladies
and gentlemen who had given their
support.
The news did not reach the Keary
committee rooms till some time after
it had become common property, and
(Continued on  Page  Seven).
bould, for plaintiff. Application,*��
service ex-juris. Order for ex-jurlS
writ to be served on son, James Lam
eron, and by registered letter to defendant, 14 days to appear trom dale
of service.
Rex.    vs.    Sato,  A.    Whealler  to
plaintiff, W. Norman Bole   K. U,   ��
appellant.       Application     fo      costs.
Adjourned till December 4, 1808,
The following judgment **m���*��.
es were called for hearing: irapy
& Co. vs. Potter, not sewed, Mcln
nes & McFeeley vs. JgJP^. "*
served; Foster & McCallum, vs.
Cooper, struck out; Pearson vs. l��r
not   served;   Massey-Hanls  Co.,
! BROKEN  RAIL PIERCED
C\R;  TWO KILLED
vis,
Thrift vs.
vs. Creamer, not served;
Smith, not served; McCulloch Biob.
vs. Wm. Oleson, adjourned; McQuar
rie & Co. vs. Rose, ad,J0U,nedpfln(aAd'
February court.) Beld vs. Canada
Fish Co., withdrawn; Manson Campbell Co. vs. Hambrook. stancs
(All February court.) Laoelie
Corbin, not served.
over,
vs.
Chicago, Dec. 13.���Two Immigrants
were killed and three men and one
woman iujured ln a peculiar accident
to a northbound Chicago and Northwestern railway passenger train in
the northern part of the city yesterday. The tracks had been elevated
recently, and as the train passed a
rail was torn loose. It passed through
the floor of the baggage car and
smoker. The rail decapitated one
immigrant and badly injured another.
The engineer and fireman, an Immigrant woman and a man were also Injured.
STEAMER LONSDALE
IS DUE IN PDDT
Should  Arrive  Here to  Load  Lumber
Tomorrow���Steamer  Samson
Expected Soon.
Stole from Textile Company.
Magog,   Que.,   Dec.   13.���Six    men
were arrested  here    today    charged
with  systematically  robbing the Dominion   Textile   Company   of   tfood,B
to the value of ?500 or over.
The steamer Lonsuale of the Canadian-Mexican steamship line is expected to arrive in port tomorrow
from Vancouver where she lias heen
taking part cargo for .Mexican points.
The Lonsdale will tie up at the Brunette mills wharf to receive a consignment of lumber, and at the city
market wharf to unload general
freight for the city merchants. Some
freight broughl by the Lonsdale required here before the vessel herself
could arrive was unloaded at Vancouver and shipped to New Westminster by rail, arriving at the end of
last week.
The big freight steamer Sandow
will be the next large vessel to reach
this port to load lumber at the Fraser river mills. The Sandow is the
largest ship that will have entered
the Fraser river, is at presen cm her
way to British Columhia from Java,
from which place she is bringing a
record cargo of sugar for the refinery i
at Vancouver. After unloading this!
she will come up the river from her
outbound cargo, At present her
whereabouts have not been reported.
REIGN Of lERROi, v>
NOW IN ^rtAGUA
President, Belaya Holds the
Town and Will Fight American Marines.
BELLINGHAM AGAIN CUT
OFF BY FLOODS
Great   Northern   Bridge  Across  Nooksack  Reported to  Have  Been
Washed Out.
Bellingham,  Dec.    13.���Bellingham
is again withoul train service and it
Will be some days before ii can be re-
s,lined. The lines had been operated
but two days after being tied up for
nearly two weeks by floods, when the
.1 flood came down the Noon-
ae. and Skagit River valleys Saturday  aad yesterday.
The temporary piling bridge across
the S loksack on the Gri ai Northern
was carried oul yesterday. Mount
Vernon reports thai several miles of
temporary work between that city
and Stanwood, IS miles further south.
is gone. More than a dozen culverts
and small bridges are gone, while \
slides have occurred in many places.
The Northern Pacific track is covered with slides along Lake Whatcom,
while Bouth of Sedro-Woolley it is
gone in li! places, some sections a
quarter of a mile in length having
disappeared. Tlie Stillaguamisa and
Snohomish rivers are higher today
than in the previous flood, the former
changing its course for nearly a mile
near Arlington and threatening the
town. The Skagit aud Nooksack rivers are not so high as they were two
weeks ago, as the dykes are gone and
the flood waters are spreading over
the bottoms. At noon the whole Skagit delta was again under water, the
streets of LaConner, 12 miles from
tlie river being flooded. There will he
little loss by this freshet except to
the railways. Bellingham has received
no mail since Saturday night.
Blueflelds, Nicaragua, Dec. Bi.���it
is learned from au authoi ita.. .e
source that a reign oi terror is maintained in Managua f.nd not less than
5U0 persons identified with politics
are in chains in the prisons.
A Catholic society has been ordered
to cease sending food to the prisoners, and these may starvi to death,
as they are allowed only two cents a
day for food. Corporal punishment
is meted out daily to various alleged
offenders.
Hostile to U. S.
Zelaya, to create an Impression
with the people of Managua, is hostile toward America aud Americans,
and recentl\ ordered Medio Estrada,
a prominenl Liberal and brother of
the revolutionist chief to organize a
demonstration against the United
Slates, but this lie refused to do, and
Zelaya held him on a fictitious
charge.
Further     authoritative   dispatches
si.ite thai ���"��� il Zelaya's forces have
been entrenched to prevent American
marines from passing over the bridge
Into Corlnto.
Military Activity.
Since last Thursday, when General
Estrada became certain that General
V'asquez, in command of a portion of
Zelaya's troops, was attempting to
make a detour of Kama to seize an
unguarded river point and descend
upon Blueflelds, forces of the provisional government have been acting
with great energy. Kama has been
occupied and other less Important
river landings have been strongly
guarded. All available boats have
been held In reserve to rush reinforcements to any point thu,. may be
threatened.
Sons of England at Home.
Lodge Rose of Columbia of the
Sons of England benefit society held
its annual banquet] concert and dance
last night in St. George's hall. There
was a splendid crowd there, the concert was thoroughly enjoyed and the
supper was perfection. The most
enjoyable feature ot all was the dance
which started immediately after the
BUpper, and which was continued till
tlie early hours this morning. P. B.
Brown, the newly elected president
of the lodge, was master of ceremonies and a great deal of credit is due
him for the success of the affair.
CREW OF CORPSES
MANNED LIFEBOAT
Fate  of Those  Aboard  Lake  Erie  Is
Rendered Certain by Discovery of
Drifting  Skiff.
The damaged steamer Strathcona
was towed across the river yesterday
and beached on the bar, where she
will be temporarily repaired, in order
that she may he floated around to
Vancouver, where she will he placed
in drydock at Wallace shipyards and
thoroughly overhauled, prior to being
put in commission as an excursion
boat on tlie Burrard Inlet next spring.
HOLD PEARL NECKLACE
FOR UNPAID DUTY
U.   S.  Customs    Office     Want $25,000
Before They Will  Return the
Costly   Trinket.
New York, Dec. Bi.���Tlie Ches-
brough pearl necklace was seized to-
dayby Collector Loeb, who appraises
its 802 units, with the duty added, at
$i!5,OU0. The owner is Mrs. Fremont
B. Chesbrough, wife of a millionaire
lumberman and steamship proprietor
of Detroit, Michigan and Boston,
Mass.
Two customs inspectors here swore
they found a bill of sale for the pearls
last May In the false bottom of one
of Mrs. Chesbrough's trunks, but the
pearls were missing. Mr. Chesbrough then informed the customs
service that the Jewels themselves
were being held to his order in To-
route. Collected Loeb says he Insisted upon possession but was given an imitation. He continued to
press the government's claim, and on
July 28 obtained the original. He has
held lt since then, pending proof that
It had never been In the United
States. Such proof has not yet been
forthcoming, according to Mr. Loeb,
and today the necklace was seized
as preliminary to action against Mrs.
Chesbrough.
Erie, Pa., Dec. 13.���With her flag at
half mast, the state fisheries boat.
Commodore Perry, Captain Gerry
Driscoll commanding, brought to this
port last night the dead bodies of
nine of the crew of the Bessemer &
Marquette ferry No. _!, which left Con-
neat, Ohio, Tuesday morning carrying
:;:_ men. The ferry has probably
foundered in the middle of Lake Erie-
For forty-eight hours tue Commodore Perry has been scouring Lake
Erie for traces of the car ferry, but
until a tiny yawl was sighted fiiteen
miles off this point at 11 o'clock today
the men In the little state fisheries
craft had almost given up hope of being able ever to learn even a portion
of tlie story of the fate of the big
ear  ferry.
As the Perry came abreast of the
drill ing and half waterlogged yawl
the men on the tishboat saw that they
bad arrived too late. The nine occupants of the boat, wliich was marked
"Bessemer & Marquette No. 2," were
frozen stiff.
Taking tlie yawl in tow, the Perry
made all steam for this port.
News of the finding of the bodies
had readied the city and thousands
of persons swarmed the wharves. As
soon as the fish boat made fast a
force of men with tackle set to worK
raising the bodies to tlie dock.
Conneat, Ohio, where most of the
men live, was notified by telephone
and a hundred residents of tliat city
arrived in two hours.
The cook of the car ferry was the
only man to wear an overcoat. The
other eight men were dressed in overalls and junipers, indicating that the
departure from the car ferry had been
hurried. In the bow of the boat waa
found complete clothing for one man
and It ls believed that the yawl originally contained ten men and that
one became crazed, discarded hia
clothing and jumped into the lake.
Albert J. Wels of this city, treasui^
er of the Keystone Fish Company,
and the Bay State Iron Works, waa
a passenger on the Ill-fated boat. Hia
relatives and friends had not given
up hope until the yawl containing
the nine men waa towed Into port.
His body has not been found. Officers of the car ferry company gave
up all hope Saturday and since Thursday every available tug has been
searching the lake for some news of
the wrecked craft.
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THE DAIL.
WS.
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NOTICE.
District cf New Westminster,
da
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FALLS 500 FEE"
ANO   E8CAPES   DEATH
:..-���:.--    S -.. '. - I
.   . t _     ���   .-.    but sell- irer, ..   I
The fines        the polio      itend to a.
-  '            - -    -   '���     $228.50. I ] .-....-
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Torontc   0-:f;��'5  Fined. the
Toi ���I if teen i
Dec.  1
n�� it on a Bom
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe
Clothier
New Weiii ^ton
Banff Anthracite
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Le Itt, j south J
[agist    ������  D*-r-   to
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Located 1 7, 11��03.
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
JOSEPH   MA
Office, Front St., Foot cf Sixth,
Phone  105 ,  ;.;
MAKE YOUR APP__;_ to the public
through the colurrnj cf THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Mom \  Papw
LAND ACT.
A1"1 Til*-1   fj"r"^'�� c
AI   IliJl nUiilLD.
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Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
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A. Campbi
G. K. Picl
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A. K. McC ���    '.' ncouver.
fos. Lagac<    __    u,-
J. IL Boss    nd ���.'.       v .. ouver.
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TUT' \.~  .i.\ IES   BEATTY.
Locati ,. 1909.
NOTICE.
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>1-!-*'*?r"*|rj^g* iT
P. BURNS & CO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
I
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Pouljtry
District of New Westminster.
Tak'-  !.' tice I     '   thli ty  ei ���-.-
i Catherim   Flo-, nce B<   I
Vancouvi r,   B.  C,    - -      atioi        ly,
intend to apply for a Hi   !
!'��� cl  for coal  and petroh om  on  -; s
following lands.
Comm. ncing    at    a post    pi        1
twenty cbains r-ast of T. J. B. 1
west corner, thence no'':      1 1
thence easi  80 chains, thi 1
80 chaii -. tb( nce west  S 1 cl aln     to !
place   of  commi d : ��� tent,   conta
610 acn a tn  or l< bs
CATHERINE   FLORENCE  b.y
T. .1. BEAT1 V. A     .
Located December 7, 1909,
_. i*ihiS, a ijtiiD���i and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturert and Dcaier* m All Kma' ot\
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc
Hsh and Fruit Foxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
New  Westminster Lar
trict of New   .
Take notlci
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to the shore ol ii
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Welcome Hass to :
menl containini
ty 1160 acres m
JOHN PERDIN I
Agenl for William (',,.
He.
Dat<ed, Novi n '������ r '
I 1
t.
'4RMERS ATTENTION!
j Lun.ber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining. \.    "^VMB
NOTICE.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New We��;min6t<r
,Q
Vou wi.i Ami it to youi
t<  arrange your bookiu:.
whethrr you Intend to tra\
ine for your Mends.
j     For dates of sailing SH 1
I apply to
B. GOO
( C. P.  J!    '
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Bank of Montreal!
District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai  thirty daj
data  i,  Lizzie  Paterson,  01  Vancouver, 11.    C., occupation, lady, Inti ad
to apply tor a license to prospeci for
coal and petroleum on the following I CAPITAL	
described lands: RESERVE
Commencing at a post nlanten at r. , ���������-������
the northeast cor,,., of lol 1038 Branclu's throughout
thence west 80 cliains, thenci l/:i Newfound,and, and ln London, Eng-
80 chains, thence east 80 chains tod, New York, Chicago and Spokane
c5mmencempnt8�� nCJ^ ' p1' f"' U' S' A- and Mexico City. A general'
imoreoMess      C��nta,nin�� 64�� '   .anking    business    transacted.      Let-
ESTABLISHED 1817.
$14,400,000.00 j,
11,000,000.00 j
Canada   and!
Chest Protectors
at all iDrices
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
LI5.ZII-; PATERSON
T. J. BEATTY, A|
Located November 30, 1U0D.
NOTICE.
PHONE   101,
645   Columbia   Street.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that  thirty days after
date I, A. J.  Paterson,  of    Vancouver, B. C, occupation  broker   Intend
to apply a license   to prospsct for 	
desoZd C?U,n  ��" UlC f0U0Wln8   TELEPHONE  604,
Commencing  al   a  post   plaiiie,|   -l(
the  northeast  corner of distil,-;   |01
80,j, thence  west    80 chains,  thence
south    su    chains,    thenoe
chains,    thence  north  80
place of commencemenl
640 acres more or less
ADANIRAM   JUDSON   PATERSON
,      .   , x.T'J' BBA^Y, Agent, i
Located November 30, llni'i
District of New Westminster.
ters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In  sums of $1 and  upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota'. Assets over 1168,000,000.00,
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,     I
O. D. BRYMNKR, Manaeer.
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AT
RYALL'S
the druggist and
joptician.;
Eyes Tested Free.   'Phone 57.
P.  O.  BOX  893 '
Japanese Employment Agents
' ai   BOl     Contracting and all  kinds of labor!
chaini   io  supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13  BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan Hotel.) j
DINING AI KENNY'S
Is nn event of a lifetime, and thi
eral verdict of all who have 'bn-' B'
Is that  they want  to repeal the
perlence ns often aa possible, tor o
food Is always of the hlghesl Qua"'*j
clean, wholesome ami BaUsfying. BBQ
served In the best style. QUlCKl) ���""
promptly.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP
TRAM OFFICE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER  14, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
'Ultla,
Jackson Printing
Company
, 'aiished    installing    their
..' plant In the new Thomson
Market  square,  and  are
prepared    to    execute all
order    promptly.      They  have
|n   an   up-to-date    cylinder
(the first In the city) for
finest half-tone  work
I,, black  and colors, as well as
���  grades of commercial
TELEPHONE 383.
First Arrival
New fa!
kit:
In  all  the latest   shade    . -
.lusl  opened  out.
to Bee thi
J. N. Althlson9Merchant Tailor
COLUMBIA STREET.
'<��,.
'...'
ANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
W. RICH
Teaming and
pressing.
DEALER  IX
p - ,. ���
Uiiw
Daily Through First-
s Passenger Service
WOO
730   FOURTH   ST.
PHONI
Express and Seattle train
. ixpresa leaves I
East,    Including
26 for
'Mil.  ll
Bt, Paul and East.
Local leaves 17:35.
particulars apply to
BD, QOULET,
('. I'. U. Agent,
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMt
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Anj avallahl(  Do Hi ���       -
In the railwa    I
bia, may be homi
throucj*   -Ur columns of THE DAILY  son   who  is  tie - sol |
or any malt   over 18 j
NEWS.    The   Morning   Paper. ,he   .,xUM.t   ,,,   ,���   ������
[ MAKE  YOUR   APPtAL  to  the  public
- more or less.
be made personally at
I  offlci   tor thu  district
; the land Is situate.     Kntrj
maj     owever, be made "rj
conditions    bj    the    lather
iu   >    . brother or Bl*
'' ie :       homesteader.
��� d r Is required to per
com e [oi     connected   tiwre-
���  -      oi     the    tonowin;!
six months' residence
ttlo    oi  the land on
1 bn a | ears,
; -     or mother, If tne
e    the homesteael'i
farm in the vicinity ol
I fo   the requirements
d \   be satisfied  by
residing with the latin !
ler ha    his permanenl
in   lh min ;   land   ownvri
.,   ie.'     0   ia.   Home
t-i resiit-iiia
.    | ' mce  upon
to ;a   li  writing should
 I salon r or  Do
Ottawa  of Intention
'     '!'
'enl   mining  rights   may   b?
-   lod  ol     twenty-on.
annual  rental of  ?!   P*'
��� -   e   than   ?B60   i c
ii !  in one Individual  oi
\  royalty  at  the rate oi
ion  shall  be collected
' hnntabla v^nl mined.
W. W. CORY.
Minister of the Interior
N ;' horlzed    publication    o'
:  ; ment  wlll    not be pah
RVE DRINKS MARE {BELGIUM PROTESTS 'GIGANTIC BREAD TRUST
THIS mix INVALID' AGAINST ATTACKS      PLANNED FOR 7 CITIES
s Jury  Holds Thnt Joseph  D.
Turf   Magnate,   Was   In-
'   nt to Make it.
Objects  to  Being   Butt  For Abuse  of j Greal   i   New York Bakers Controlling
rly   Til
the   Remainder   of
Europe.
il
:
11
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ADV-RTISE  IN THE  NEWS.
���i'.-' *&*'t*Am
*%
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
JT ��\I_lt��_4*
Six '-/i) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard v      livision,
on the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just where
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO   INTRODUCE   LIGHTHOUSE   SOAP   THF.   MANUFACTURERS  ARE  GIVING  AWAY   ABSOLUTELY   FREE   CLEAR   TITLES TO SIX OF THE TINEST LOTS   M   BURRARD    SUBDIVISION   OF
rH   VANCOUVER.       TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIV CN      'A'AY     IN     VANCOUVER   DIS-
T. TWO  IN  VICTORIA    DISTRICT, ONE  IN  NEW WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT   AND    ONE    IN
IMO   AND    LADYSMITH   DISTRICTS.
BURRARD  OFFERS    THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU  TO  MAKE A  LITTLE  PILE  IN   A
/EARS,  PERHAPS  IT   MAY  BE ONLY  MONTHS.    WE  HAVE   THE     POSITIVE     ASSURANCE
- THE BRIDGE   IS TO  BE   BUILT ACROSS THE  SECOND   NARROWS   IN   THE   VERY   NEAR
RE��� THE   GOVERNMENT   HAVING   PLEDGED  TH EMSELVES TO DO TH IS.    EXPERTS TELL
THiT   IT   WILL   BE   BUILT  TO   BURRARD.     THIS   BEING  SO,  WHAT  DO  YOU   THINK  WILL
BE  THE  VALUE  OF THESE   LOTS  ON  TnE   COMPLETION   CF THE BRIDGE?        $10,000    WON'T
THEM.
FOR   FURTHER   PARTICULARS   REGARDING   BURRARD  APPLY   TO    E.    W.    McLEAN.   501
I '.DER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you have to do is to buy a package of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bars for 25c1 from any
grocer.
First:     Cut out the end of thc package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:    Cut  out   the  coupon  which  appears  In  the   Daily News every morning.
Third; Paste the two together and fill in your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
it in the Sealed Ballot Box provided for the purpose at H. Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Colum-
bia  street  and   Lorne  street.
IF THIS IS NOT CONVENIENT, SEND SAME ADDRESSED TO WESTERN SOAP COMPANY,
LIMITED, P. O. BOX 1057, VANCOUVER, B. C AND MARK IN CORNER OF ENVELOPE. "LIGHTHOUSE   SOAP   COMPETITION." ,       ���.._��_, UB,
THE  BALLOT  BOX     WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMIT . EE    SELECTED   BY    YOUMELVH
ON   SATURDAY     EVENING,     JANUARY   29,   ON   WHICH   DAY   THE  COMPETITION CLOSES.    1
DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE  IN ONE OF THE  LARGE   HALLS IN THIS CITY WHICH WILL
LYSAPEC,EARLT'SN0DT.CE-WE ARE NOT GIVING AWAY THESE LOTS FORFiiN- WE HAVE AN
OBJECT IN VIEW. WE WANT YOU TO GIVE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP A FAIR T RlL I IE IT AC
' HDING TO DIRECTIONS. OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE ���"J�� "*N��J5
UGHTHOUSE SOAP WE EXPECTEDTHE PUBLIC TO CAREFULLY FOLLOWW OUR IDIMM?TIONS.
WE  SOON   FOUND,   HOWEVER,  THAT  PEOPLE   PREFERREDTO   WASH   IN   THEIR   OWN   WAY,
SO WE  JUST HAD TO CHANGE   WRjJi^ ����J��� ^WhO      MANUFACTURE
NO   EMPLOYEE   OF  THE WESTERN SOAP CUMKAn t,
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF  WE   D.D   NOT  KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP'WOULD      JUPf    YOU.
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS  MANNER?
ASK  YOUR GROCER   GROCER   ABOUT   IT.
THE
BE
WOULD      WE
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON.
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Lighthouse Soap to be valid.
X
ime.
Address.
Dully  News  Pub.  Co.,  Ltd.)
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both the coupon
which appears in the Daily News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary.
So get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN SEND IN AS MANY COUPONS AS YOU WISH.
VTo    Dec.    13.���Are  Qvi
In 'e icate a man
a proper will'.'
Id 3 es, .   i   - ���    >
-i    ��� pb  l)
and formei   tun ma
:       :  e be   lefl
Idow.
' ' Widow upon
a  no, and
for a
: a
prod lnl
man, peel;
v. - cui tomed
!  liquor, Tin rrj  their
: : c tun  If
in   i    ary
Lucas bequeathe I thi   I    '
.   Mi      Ana,   McL
Hi       \i.       McLaren
rd.     Tin   contei    i    '������  n    made
bj   Henry   V.   Luca     '- -.    the
mi     who made tin   will,     He alii      I
Luci i nfeeblei    b;.   thy  i v
���-   Mse-      of      ia  -a a-   '    |      llqtlOTS
and   wi iflu        . hi    wife
his
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Ifled thai
of nk ft out tl
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1 death, slep   In his
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to 1 . passed a bottli
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from it.
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in       Ich   Luc ts i of his
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uie   - onlj   wha    ��� pro-
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.' Hcllhenn jury
Brussels,  Dec    13.���A    nu   I
Belgian    today sent 1
'test ai   Inst th
the  i elgian    adml Ion    of
0,000,000 Loaves Weekly, Are
Organizing,
.       - ;
:' e   pro! was
. e.a...  I,,-   ibi ,    of pai
ments,  li soclel        .,, ���  all
if the World.     The slgna
ticlud        e       tembei     of the
.    . I      e lin lain I ,    nl
Court   of  Cassation,  chu - h m a   and
b en       Thej   declan   that   Bel-
never    di served    and Is  ne\ ei
y- ���      in desen -   ��� uch - b, be-
a      ily awai e   ol ll    moral r�� Bponsl-
bllltj    for  tin
Philadelphia, Dei 13,   Coml       lon
'-e.h.,. |U
���e...    e       ., ,   ,         ,                                   ,
i cl e oi  i [ b an
lng trust i    abo six million loaves
���   to wh    i i a  week, I   . u   obji ��� , o   ne-
addressed Include       I and c mfi n u< es which
id
���, hi ���'!
- - e turei quai Lei",   ol  "fi ctory" (
.   > ,   this  profl  - ritor;
e.i  i.e a part in Hi.   conten   - ���
uud ii ia now  declan I bj   promit   nl
., con bin > on  i
table,
It.  is  understood  that  In  Hue   h*m
ii.i   combinations formed In   wei i
cities, notably St. Louis, and Kansas
independent Clty> other   ea8terjJ   cUi     lncludlng
State, wh.n, Is under the control of  Boston,   Baltimore    and   Philadelphia
parliament, an i   the    Belgian peopl   < uiU ,���   in,,,,.,.,,
would     .-'���    remain    unconcerned 1'
criminal ���-, ti   wi re tolerated.
The protei ters' appeal to the nations w hich ) i Idi thetnsi ei for love
and Justici and the fathei land to respect thai qu iii' - o ers, and to
silence  the ba ac
COlIlliill-l-
AVIATOR BLEHIOT
18 BADLY INJURED
The put poi ��� a    which
tion aims al:
Standardization    of I [ht    and
price, either  higher prl
down ui the wel
Reduction oi the numbei of brands
sold iii Qreatei New Fork from fifty-
iiu ee to twelve.
Distribution of territory.
Railway lime Tables
Man   Who   Crosses   English   Channel
Gets  a   Bid   Fall   This Time   at
Constantinople.
,; .        no evi
" fl
will it WO i
li.lit'.'      ii       lhe '
fraud
���   the
ound
The  City of  Brass.
Paris,   Mea-.     13.-
h    ''"i'i-.  dei lan
expi dition  I    fl
I City of Coppe
ha    loc ties    sea . ��hen     it   E
At' i "e res also to visil  th
'    h   '   ���   in ee
ble to moderns, w i lording to
ancli nt leget -   ;        wondi
hich 1 len tl
' '-'��������� ��� ee a; | i | island in
Sennuslland is a greal salt marsh In
which many human beings have been
swallowed  up.      The    would bi
Coi      utit  -i'1  .      ���       Li       I,    Bl
a-i,    aeroplanist,    whose
fl I inglish channi | was
re mar 1
an ... had
i -  -   nat i"'-\ ��� I nm death than
any othi r avia with anol her
[den I'
ll'    -        . Ln thi
Imnn        -     vd,
collided with a  houi   ,
thi   Impa       , a- i  ih'
pletely ovei   i      Blei
���   I ind.  Hi' was injured on
the h i'i sidi . and, it is feared, intern
hurt. Ilia wrecked.
'. Irot,   wine  wa a  using  an    e u o-
cl i u al   I. pi .  did
���   wish   tu   dlsappolni   i.l_-
i> him, al-
1   a   ��� trong   - blov
a- r had he ascendi d han  I
rried  om .1.-   a   mill   and  a  half
���     :  ���   ' ;    ...   llis
ight In thi   '���'���!���'" '
; iged t"
himself 1 ol   se-
e -a internal pain.
up.    me   would,,,,   ex-   ,a/me- |;!,;i,,': '���  ::
plorer announces thai  he expects to   ' l to "
reach the   island in an aeroplan    o
hip  during  a  vaca
Hellopomos in Pebru
wi ek   ai
Wreck   Off   Cape   Flattery.
Victoria,  Dec.   13. - \   si" clal aerogram   from   Dcluelel   states   that   the Mayor of Lethbridge Dead
Tyee has pick' I  u    the barken- Lethbridge ,Alta., Dec. 13.���William
��� ���     Benecia, reported In distre     ��� 'I Henderson, mayor of Lethbridge for
Gettysburg Point, and al 10:30 is tow the  pasi   two  years  died  last   nighl
.aa her to Porl  Townsend. The bark after several weeks  illness.  He wns
reports a mass of wreckage 23 miles a pioneer of the district, coming here
southwest   of  Flattery,  includinc    a as a contractor ahead of the railways
mast and rigging, thi   former painted and had a distinguished civic record
red.                                                        j lie leaves a  wife and five children.
.���������-.. '   ���      physicians
I  that   he    bad    h   n      ��� ������ rely
bruised in the abdomen. His wife reed the crowds thai her hui!
was progressing  satisfactorily.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Wte-K ua/ Scneaula,
Cars leave Vancouver for New  W i it-
minster ai 5 , 6:50, . :20 and _. n)
���      i.a.i     1. 1      Iia-1'e
b,  11:30  p.m
Cars leave N'i w  \\ ��� er tor Van
couver at 5:50, 0:20, 6:50, 7:20 Eind
S:0u a.m., and i vt ry ha
after  until  11:00 t).m.
Sunday Schedule,
lars leave Vancouver ior New  West-
i-.in ter at s.uu and !):0i   a m., and
. vi ry    half   hour    thei ��� attt r
Ll:30 ; ,m.
Cars lea ve N- ".   \"      ninster a-
couvi .. ���       nd    . t
lianr ethet e ifti r un 1110:uu t
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager,  New
Westminster.
:35
ar.   Seattle  2:b_.
ar. Sea Ute 9:4D
; ar. Seattle 7:15
N. W. 2:55
N. W. OicSO
nr
To Advertisers:
You wish to increase
your business; we know
you do.
How to do it?
Advertise! Advertise!
Advertise in The Daily
News, New Westminster's only morning paper. Our ads. catch
the eye, your ads. bring
you new business.
Yes, that's it.
Great   Northern  Railway.
.v.  N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  S- B
p.m.
Lv.   Nf.  "VY.   1)   a.m.;
.nt.
Lv. N. \V. 4:32 p.m.
p.m.
Lv. X. W. 12:10 a.m.
a.m.
l.v   Seattle S;or, a.m
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ai
,i m
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  ar. N.W. '>:25
p.m.
G.  N.  R��� Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday. 4 p.m.. arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 P.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives   8:50   a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. daily except  Sunday;   ar. Guichon  at  1 cm.
SentjOn Approval}
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augnlin ip
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lluslrations are Exact Sm
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full U Kt. ticlid OMd-cut
OU right hand nuiy be had
in f.iiKr our .standard
black opaque pattern, or
KoU'breakable Transpai- '
cut, as desired, either in]
plain or entraveil finish,
as preferred.
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abettor   article tlian you can te-
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Three o-Lk-:>:
TUESDAY. DECEM
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TnE   FLEET   QUESTION.
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ted   For   Massacre.
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Grr-at
-   . "      ��� '.-'cutions and
'    .  . .��� ..  and
-  . Ined in  mani-
Gr&ztChristmas Dispiayof
Furniture,   China and
Hric-a-Brac
so
I)    this oi
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���-   if yon     :    ���   ��� tn si
ar- not taking
if, oi r. '������
ilnery,  v. |
Saturday of the
. Rotch-
..-__d     and  not of
- '     --f,d.
TENDER8    WANTED.
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was  n
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S gel medal
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nd 12 a :... and
OUR    ASSORTMENTS    ARE   c0   VARirn
MANY   USEFUL   AND   ARTlST^   ^N '        j^?   EMBRACE
CULTY   IN   DECIDING   WHAT     WHAT   VO���  1 "   V��'JR    D|FF|
PERSON  OR   THAT W,LL   VANISH "   W'LL    ^    !H
READ THIS  LIST-IT  WILL
TO   OUR   CHRISTMAS   OFFE^INC^   Akin   .. '""��������L   IMDFv
LY    ������������-_.��  rt-.INGS   AND   MAY   P.mm   .      mDEX
^��VE    AS    A    PART|A,
SUGGESTIVE. "''NGS AN��  MAY  P*0VE
Jardinlprf-s  beaotifnUy  decorated
Indian basket* . ,i<,r8	
Doll collapsible gocarta, rubber tow
Music cabinets,  mahogany,
Rockers, assorted
H-LPFUL.
MAIL    ORDERS    GIVEN   SPECIAL
t(> $6.00
���2k ���� $10.00
to $6.25
���'-'�� to $20.00
-P  to
ATTENTION
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LEEJS
Fun
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'niture Emp
Lee's Bicck. Cc,u..,;-S;reet
XEW WESTM]..
onum
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became it icfet
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ear.c
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a   .     ���
the ���..it we are
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fleet i�� in
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British 1
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laved
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MOREY'S, 60S Columbia Street I IT ! ?
CARDS
Ho!
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Ifl ADMIT PiOFESSIOKAlS
.
,V      Not A   -./. Pa ���_   Met!  :--  P a..   -.-
:'t   Arra'-'J'   AssiC.at.in
Footca      Ttar's,
Victoria      ;,-���'      IX���ProfessionaJs
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Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumpei stock of
Holiday
Goods
iri Toy?. Dolls, Fancy Goods,
L-.-ather '"- Iy. Calendars,
Cards, Pictures, Ci >ckery,
China, Glassware and NOVELTIES of every descrip-
" n. Twenty.three Years' Ex-
P'.rienct in this particular
' :.��� ��� ��� s something. It
si    ��� ��� ur sti ck. Come
and see it.
we
the
.\ ���-
just  received  a   very  great   range   cf   XMA9   rAD���.
���-���   cest publishers.      You   had bet'.r / '
e  th��  assortment  is compete        U   '"!"�����   '     '
and you cn gain  _, great advantage  by dLn;tyoC0.SV yOU  ^ "
select.on   la   beyond   comparison in the   .-.
Our
���
TODHUNTER & EURR
iooksellers, Stationers, >Nc��stealers
Successors to J. J.  MACKAY &. CO.
���������������������������> \i*1*a*.*m
At Kirk's Hardware
COVERED ROASTERS
STOREY CAKE PANS
FOOD CHOPPERS
CHOPPING BOWLS
CHOPPING KNIVES
JELLY MOULDS
PATTY PANS
BREAD MIXERS
MrOMAN I S PUSONEI
.'.'. >������
1 t
raJilSHEB bouse ADVERTISE  IN  THE
^Z'r KIRK'S HAxOWARE New v.-c
NEWS
:'rr:ins-:r, B.C,
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BTOWl
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In  main-.
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and  certain  that
���������    Britannia rnlea thi        res."
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���:��� i rt- T.   . Bhe  ,v  (Being
��<!  u   Death���Husband
'���'-���'���    5 �� n .
c. -._-.".
LEGAL  f;EGLECT.
No Blight amount ol dissatisfaction
Iiuh been and i.s being expressed i'i
regard to the arrangements, or rather
tdr.- lack of such, ttm' at. present pre-
wiil  rosp.ectlng    the    transaction  oi
Supreme (.'oun business In this city.
There it; supposed to bi   In > -istc-ncf-
an arrangement providing for the attendants of a Judge at New Westminster one day in each week, that dny
bavlng hitherto h'''-i] Saturday.    But
for three Saturdays past no jud>_<- haE
put  in  an  aiipearance.      The  consequence ls that, members ol Die legal
profession  arc  put  to great  inconvenience and   the public  to expens are!
annoyance  by  the U'-lay  and   uncertainty which exists.
Apart from a lengthy lisi ol cham
ber applications which has acenrnu
Iated, there are, we understand, several cases awaiting trial, for which
the necessary preparations cannot be
made, because no one knows when
there will be a judge here to deal
with them.
That New Westminster, where
there is quite as much Supreme Court
business as at Victoria, should be neglected in this way is altogether unjust and improper. How such a
state of things has come about we do
not profess to know, but. it is to be ,
hoped, the matter will receive tbe
prompt attention of the Chief Justice,1
aud  the  Attorney-General. i
D       :       a    epersl
husband       :���    <>'���������:
'��� ���'������            :...:     Who   was
'���   ��� .     .        tinfur-
��� In Easl Orange, x. .... is
still alive, ib credited by the chiei ol
here,    Who   believes   it   i8   thr.
to furthei development tn
what remain, tonight a mosl puzzling
'��� '������:������ Thr- husband, h. thinks,
could tell why his young wife was
fcepl .;, Beclusion; why she was sepal ted from her baby, and why al- i
though it is alleged money was bor-
What the Wife Wants for
 Ch ristmas
A Free Gift For Christmas of
Fine Art  Pictorial  Calendars
AT
A Poetical Demonstration of Affection Such as
the
..   LIFE   INSURANCE   POLICY   ...^
burden of the home BuiSuHS? udo^ /'"/"  \/m
utnij   iaii   upon  her  shoulders
AN   ENDOWMENT   POLICY   FOR
-    THE OLD COUiNTRY BOOT STORE
vestment  for vour child  th���   J*C   C.HIL-DREN     ,\s   an   in.
to the polic, we can give you       '       U'",y nothing SUf,('rlor
A   FIRE   INSURANCE  OR     ACCIDE..T
home against loss by sudden anl
POLICY   protecting
unexpected disaster
the
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Christmas Hints
This store is prepared to Bup-
ply your wants in the most desirable goods that the maikets
afford.
Make your selections early and
we will lay any article aside ier
you.
White, Shiles &Co
Q28 Columbia St��� New Westminster.
NINE    EfFPEP^?RI^DTFR0M   THE   0LD   COUNTRY  DiRECT
AND    fSst   r��x,CT^CT��RAL   CALENDARS,     THE
IN    ORDER   TH7icwcPR0DUCTI0NS    PROCURABLE.      AND
OFoJE0FTM-llEf��NE    MAY    BECOME     POSSESSED
ui-  ONE  OF THtSE ARTISTIC   PICTURES   W��     l
We Will Give Away as a Free Gift
TO EVERY PURCHASER OF GOOD* rn   -rur _t_ti     -     OF
wii^iKiwas xrA*D* bdesGitn��n,nSe Kh2
^&aaN7,Sl|-AKir DAT     CBUYSTeEAV^C  "
NAME  WILL HAVE  WHATEVER   8Ub5eCT   ^HEY
RESERVED   FOR   THEM. SUBJECT    THEY
The Old Country Boot Store
J. Stewart, Prop, 661 Columbia Street
THtlR
PREFER
SPECIAL
scuttles,
TODAY-
each   ..
-Japanned
coal
. .50c
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy lor casb and fiell for the same
Olympic Heights Lots fo:
$170
intentD��TMS down and Ten m]��� per month no
AH kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID      HALE BROS. & CO
COP.   COLtlMRIA    AMI-,   r,-�����  ' *        II
COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS
List your property with Hale Bros.
& Co. for QUICK  SALES.    We
handle all kinds of  farm lands,
house properties, etc.
706   COLUMBIA   STREET.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOE FIVE.
GORDON'S
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SPORTING NEWS lIOI)AY wt m mm mvm BARGA|NS
BEAUTY IN UTTUNG        jRUIT AND OAIHE
BATHER THAN LOOKS: WIN SIX DAY HACE
Grand Showing Christmas
Novelties
Dainty   Neckwear,  hundreds of varieties,    Price  25c to $2.00
Fancy  Belts.  Price   25c  t0  $2_50    ',
Embroidered   Handerchiefs,     many pretty effects and all excellent    5
value, Price 5c  t0 $1 50
Noted   Fighter   Has   More   Scars    on
His  Face Than Skin and   More
Money  Than   Many.
Kid Gloves in shades of tan, grey, black and white
 $1.00  to  $1.50
Special reductions In Purs, New Umbrellas, Fan..-, iia
r nc. Work Aprons, Fancy Cushions, Leather Hand Bags
choice  selections    \-,\rr   . j-JC to $15,00
See our display.    We sell for less.
The Fashion C
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// B.GRAY,Watchmaker andJewelc
Bat Nelson is not exactly a beauty
'k at.     llis nasal organ isn't ex-
1;'  classical in iis contour, his ears
ble cauliflowers more than ural
dages   aud   his   lips   have   been
cut  ami scarred in so many different
that   you  can't   see  any   whole
skin for scars, but wouldn't you stand
all that if you had Bat's money'.'    You
jusi bet you would, says the Montreal
"' 'I i-e- Battler figures it out at
a quarter of a million dollar.- and still
coming.
Ilia record of earnings, as published
In Lis 1,00k from the year 1896 to the
pri   ��� ni  time reads like a fair)  tale.
in  1896 he started by putting out a
in in a traveling circus for tht
-    urn ui one dollar���which he "ev'
't,   bul   had  his coal   and   Water-
burj   pinched  instead.      The  second
yar of   his fighting careei   broughl
him  twent)   bucks.      The  next   year
���fifteen.      The  fourth  yen-,   when  he
started to cul a big swath as a preliminary  tighter,  netted    $17:'.      Thl
year after���1901���saw  the coin corn-
gathered  in   that    year.      The  ni ���-
year it was $724.50.     lu 1903 his B ! -
earnings were $2307.50  for seventeen
fights, the biggest number o. engag ������
ments he leas ever had In one season.
From  that    on  Bat    was  0.1  ' asj
street, 1904 brought him in over thirteen  thousand and thai  amouni   was
practically doubled the m \i year. In
fo    thn     lights the Battier drew
$31,271.50,    and    the    following   two
-  also went into the Ave figures
for  the  dollars.       The  total   earnings
amounted to $121,480.60, from 1896 to
1908 Inclusive.     Since then there has
be i n  more    coin    flashing    al mg to
Hat's     wallet.      But   it   isn't     out  of
fights alon.- that  the  Dane has made
the money, although, of couise. thai
gave  him the start.      His  theatrical
mad.-   him     nearly   fifty
thousand   dollars,   and   side   bets   actor another    fifteen  thousand.
Everj cenl he won was put into real
estate the  old   folks  had  been
looked afti . so that Bal reckons the
aci ual wi i: It li gain.-reel in twelve
.- eai s' fighting at $231,88   ��� -
Standardize  Skat'ng  Rules.
C   cagi     Dec.   13.���The  standardizing of ruh - so as to define more definitely the   ri latlon 1   b tweeu amateur and professionals was one of the
under discussion at the
tal meeting hi re on Saturday of
the International   Skatii g    Unl m of
A"..-: lea.      Tl     : ie ';.       ���'��� .    attended    by    1 is   Rubenstein,    .Montreal;
1 I. H. Tu ker, Brooklyn; David H.
. Vernon, N. J.: .lame h is-
well, '.'. Innipi ���_.. E. G Westlake and
A. 1. Blanchard, Chicago; and :
Hardj. presldenl of the Saran ic Skat-
Lssocl     ���!'. ol  New  York.
They Pedaled 2660 Miles in About 142
Hours���77 Miles Behind the
Record.
Lace Curtains, regular $1.00 $ .50
Lace Curtains, regular  1.50     .    .75
Lace Curtains, regular  2.00  1.50
COUCH   COVERS,  TAPESTRY   CURTAINS   AND   COVERINGS   AT   REDUCED    PRICES.
BED   LOUNGES  AND  COUCHES.     LARGE   STOCK     MUST   BE     DISPOSED  OF.    SEE   BARGAINS.
FURNITURE in all lines at lowest possible prices.
Xew Vork, Dec. Bl.���Walter Rutt
of Germanj and "Jackie" Clarke, of
Australia, won the annual six-day
bicycle race al .Madison Square garden from an exhausted and hopeless
held. Their distance was 2660.1
miles for 142 hours, wliich is 77 miles
behind the record of 2737.1 miles,
made in 1908 by McFarland and Moran, and gives no adequate idea ol
a race which, for broken records,
broken precedents and broken teams
has been the most exciting evei- seen
at  the garden.
In the conpetltive mile exhibition
between the two winners after the
race proper, lintt defeati i Clarke by
six Inches, although Clarke is rated
- speediest short distance man in
the world, bailing only Frank Kramer, the champion. The men divided first money, $1600, between them.
Second place went by two yards to
loe Polger, of Brooklyn, who rode al
mile against Bobby VValthour, of At-1
lanta. Ga., third, and Fred Hill, of
Boston, fourth, to decide the tie be- J
twi i-n the three teams, w ho finished
in a bunch behind Ruti and Clarke.
Polger and his team mate. laddie Roo
of New York, divided $1000 as second money; Walthour and Elmer
Collins, of Boston, $750, and Hill and
Charles Stein of Brooklyn, $600, Patrick Hehier, of New Zealand, won the
match for fifth place from Fred. G,
West of San Francisco, and divided
5500 with his partner, Alfred Hal-
stead, of San Francisco, who began
the race with Perry Lawrence, also
of San Francisco, who was obliged to
quit. West took $350 for sixth place.
Seventh place and $_.uu went automatically to Lawson and Demara.
who finished in that order.
W. E. FALES
612-618 Agnes Sl., Opp. Public Library
Undertaking   in   all   Its   Branches
Direct from a Phenomenal
Record Breaking Run
Of One Whole Season at the New York
Theatre, New York
Favors English Game.
New Vork. Dec. 13���"The substitution of Rugby football for the game
now played in most American colleges is the only solution of the football
problem." says Dr. Thomas A. Storey,
physical director of the college City
of Xew York. In a statemenl made
public here today. Dr. Storey was
formerly physical dlrectoi of Li land
Stanford Jr., University, California.
where they abolished football for four
years ago an I adopted Rugby,
������Why 'Inker with the football nil-
i s." asked Storey, '���when the easiest
and hes' thing to do is to go back le
the original and hest game, Rugby'.'
tin    ado]    - Ri gby   at   Le
land Stanford jr. tliere has beei, me
s.'rious injury reported from the
game. Tne game is highl- satlsfi o
tory from the spectators' standpoint,
is bi neficial to the players and has n i
.���-.���'��� ��� tionable fealures."
With the
Incomparable Pertina
Handsomest Chorus Travelling
Company of 75       Augmented Orchestra
Monday December 20
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
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Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
Hayes  Defeated  Fitzgerald.
i   an ' Dec.    13.���Johnny
es. Mar i at the Olympic
��� - ai  London, was an easy victor
lu  a   Marathon  race  held  yesterd ij -
ting Jimmy Fitzgerald, the l
nadian  runner, by  three laps on  the
���i   Shore  track,  and   Coneonolly.
of this city, by a mile,     When Hayes'
ma  a -as Brst computed al 2:26:54 3-5
lieved that he had sei a new
world's record for the classic race. I'
was determined  later, however, that
the   circular   course   run was more
than ;i mile short of the full distance.
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Shrubb Will Go Till He Meets Master
Toronto. Dec. 13.���Tom Flanagan's
unknown Paul Acoose, the Grenfell
Indian, and Fred. Meadows, can all
have races with Allied Shrubb. The
gallopers who have challenged <l10
Englishman are taken at their own
words bul Alf refuses to accede to
the terms of Flanagan's challenge for
! a 25-mile race.
Shrubb    says'.      "Flanagan  knows
I verv well that  1 cannot run 26 miles,
land he knows also thai  I  will not at-
I tempt  It.      I will he i'h used to meet
the  unknown  at   10 miles, bul  If he
I is not  a  middle distance runner 1 do
, uol  expeel  him to start in a race not
I al   llis own  distance.      1  am  satislied
that   1   shall  soon   Und  my   master at
my  own distance;   1  cannot   keep going forever.      I will run an.v  man at
my own  distances, but  will  nevei   attempt  anything more than  lo nuies
again.     My troublesome leg is now
in fairly .wed condition, and I do uot
propose  io  nm  ll  off again."
Shrubb's acceptance of the cnai-
lenges of Acoose and Meadows OUgni
to result In races soon. Acoose wants
���i 15-mile go, while Meadows prefers
10 miles. Alf will run them on a
wimter-take-all basis if anybody w'"
mage the race and give 70 per cent.
5S, to the winner or he will engage
bis challengers al the distance they
ask if a purse of 1700 s given the
winner. If Acoose wlll run a �����
SLrice in Toronto Shrubb w 11
race him hack in Winnipeg at.IB
Sum. The Englishman would like
.^ early reply trom hia challengers,
SdM satisfactory he wlll commence
training  immediately.
Promises a Sensation.
Chicago. Dec. 13.���President Han
Johnson, of the American league, who
returned from a hunting tii yesterday, declared thai he would furnish a
sensation for the gathering of baseball magnates al Xew York next
week by naming the men connected
with the alleged umpire-bribing scandal of the Chicago-New York series
of   1908.
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Hundreds of valuable horses and other live stock meet death
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY.  DECEMBER ���
COPPifi MAGNATES FIND
mt TO CIRCUMVENT LAW
Succeed in  Raising  Price to Thirteen
Cents,  Despite  Action   of  Anti-
Trust Decision,
Nelson, Doc.    13.���"Thirty    million
e.i dur-
��� t. da; b,   ...J at tiie en-
.-���a direct re-
11 adjustment .
..-ai has ju>
noun. ��� .1 from New York.      P
to   I.. ���    price  was
12 1-2 fonts. �� illus-
trati e  th    slgi  . ol  this
r. 2    ;. lund,    th
known mining expert, who represents
powi S   v   York   i:.'      - -        Mr.
Erlund bas just  returni d    from the
��� (        . Nelson he will proc<t i d
to Montana to visit somi    il th    c p-
l       properties in tbat  great  mining
"The groat copper mi - ���. - were
sii lng in conference," ci otinued Mr,
md, "and were ready in a few
hou s to announce an amalgan I
of the leading copper companies,
when the bombshell decision ol thi
thi Standard OH
c;is. weas announci d. This sto] ped
the amalgamation    project,    but  the
same  end   was    effected    iu  aln.''..-
way.
"The Gucgenht ims. tlie Amalgamated, the Phelps-Dodge, the Calutm I
and Hecla. and all the larger coppei
;-..- s entered a Belling Bg< i
for the marketing of their Belling o it-
put. This move does nol contravene
tlie law, for theiv is no law to prevent a concern contracting its entire
output, and its result will be that the
price of copper will  be maintained-
Mr. Erlund states that the propt rt:
of the Boston Consolidated at Bingham, Utah, is about to be absorbed
by the Utah Copper Company, in
other words by the Guggenhi li b.
Utah stock is selling at over CO. and
the knowledge thai - On has
caused  Boston stock to rise from H
to 22.
... fruil district     The Tilburj
ised    for torn
-   | ....; ,-.:: 9  . . -. a] . li - alth     -
. a   ���   i   : ting  ; lanl
The prii    paid was $27,60i
tckholders
on their In
The pi '     machiner:
:���_ in   stoc;.
I and put in the b isim ss   -
of a bo
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ndin     t is one oi
best ��� ;    nts in tht  pro', ine
Ini enl was rapia-
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It is nev  managi
ta- nt that* will run
: the year, and will ������
as oue ol
��� rovlnce.
pitt Meadows, Port Ham-
Mission,    Chilli-
Hot  Sl rings, Agasslz,
. et, Spencee' Bridge, Mc-
. aU  noi nts v��ast
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Mails   Received.
ine and    Seattle, in-
s  I  ints, via ti   N. H.
\   ��� cou vi ;- and  Victoria
\; .  n   c. Electric
rry Hu.,
-. , Friday).
an 1 Victoria,
10:utJ   to   ll:uo  a.m.���Ladner,   .'on
Guichon, Westham  Islan i  and (Tues
day, Thursday  ami  Saturdayj   Wo
ward, via ste enter J. C. Brui     (Sti vi
ton despatched and receive vj:i Van
couver. i
8:40 a.m.���C. 1'. R   oast ffit^t train;
Sapperton,   Praser   Mills  and  C
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Parian I Praser Arm,
1 :'���" p.m.���East Burnaby, by ct
:     l p m.���Burqultlam, by court >r.
3 > p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, in
imling iiii V  3. points.
!):40   p.m.���Second   MaJ]  east,   ana
losed  mail  from Sumas.   u .]  s afl
ncluding U.  S.  A.  matter   am
Fraser Mills.
LAND   REGISTRyT^T
Re Lots    6
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WeBtmin ti i
Wh.   .
UM OF HYPNOTISTS
SLAY Bl' MAGIC POWER
Mai! Service
Attorney   General   of   Ontario   Called
Upon  to   Look   Irto   Mysterious
C?se.
tkst of Os Are Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
Following are the boura ol despatcfl
in I arri.  I ol mails at tht New West-
Bt    ���-    ���   he hour eglven
Hour Ot  Ch':-.:
whici. is hall  an  hour, a- a rule, Before   he act    .  despatch.   All mails
- otherwise staled, are aespawin
vd and received daily except Sunda;
  I'he   only   mails   dispaetched   aud   rice: vei aunilay ai^e the G. X. R. tiou:..
Toronto, Dec. 13.���A case of crimi- and ('. P. It. east malls, not Including
nal mystery which outdoes everything  the   way  mails,     Sapperton,    FraB*
in the way of recent ;   lice <        ��� ... ���    Mills and O" | .;'. un.
has come to thi   at!  ntion ol th    at- 	
���   rai's    department.      In  a Mails Despatched.
Iel ei   ���-     fi     from   the ? m-      ...   . a.ui. (closed at eleven o'cio ;
try to Hon. J. J. F . respondent   r.���,  previous  night)���Vancouver    via
claims lhat he is the victim ol a hyp- q, .\, r. owl.
not ic bard,  v/ho, upon  Beveral occasions, have attempted to murder hi
In orde' to get po   essii n ee. his mine
holdings       So earni   I  ;md logical isl
the sp:-ir o: the communication that
8   ...in.��� Vancouver and Victoria Via
I. C. Electric railway.
I   rst C. P. it. east taking all p In
ast including Langley and district
The   mail   tor   Abbo.siord  aud   di.-
CSip The Horse
Oi tes   i'e ovi . e nts   i ver   Introduced   Into
nts   according tei leadin    vetei In irlan.. ts the
horses.
win '���-' ' only   ii i ter   amount   ol
with Its natural coat, bui will al t
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?e8 tbe tendency to sweat, and there
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turning, li
on  Tm sday.  Tl
For furtl
dress
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t-Taefr
Mon.
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..:������   -i, a may   be   detailed on the trict, Clayburn and district, Hunting-
tain the truth, [don and dis ri t, and Matsqui arc de*
pat<. ��� . ...    .  .      ouver.
"There is a l ts in '
-mttr.amt.u* c.i.---s����
_i._______-S-���-__t_.
A  Savings  Account   at
Toronto will
t keep e
I ���:
futuri
S ipposi    you   .
ai ��� - int whh a few
���
win  do),   and    -
add   to
.'���
W'e    pay    inti res
this li . i.'it; the writer continui s,
"who    -      a ntal telej.r.' hy t    prosfr
- .:��� . . . Is, and ���'��� t i eality
are t. rascals - and
murd'-:- - If you could induce
                     a stal         ness the
.���La.-.i/a-'on would not he long in ex-
iste:. Three    women    ate asso-
.    with thi     BOcii  ... it ap]
���   a.m.���Blaine    and    Seattle,    including all lb S. points east and -   i -
and Hall's Prairie,    erm ide   an . Haz-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
B      . lays.
All Sur;c;-  malls are received from
Ulowjrdale, exc=       Hall     Pi  Iri .  Hare an . FernrJ Ige, �� .- ., arrive on
t.      Port Cu:ci.  :.   tral    on   Tues .a. i
-    "
and hav.   a nu  iber ol well-to-do peo-j Thu rseday?  and   Saturdays
ple ��� :   ... iity in their mysterious
power.
Tbe wril     goes on to Bay that his
was   aw ek���-:.���, 1   in  hiB  . .
ghl nti    bi   the    e ns
:���      a.'- king out
rind three parsons, all
recogni    I as neleghbors.
were    armed    with    rifl -. b i
Cnplta!   ' :;3,000
Reserve $4,500,000
-. '     ��� ,   r
���>tY.\ :���',., i
���-.-... \
YI
ronto
New temiosfer, B. C.
Branch, J. Oracey, Mgr,
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
:. ra] Park, via B. C. Electric Bail-
���way.
i_:    ���   p.m.���Straw; erry     Hill,   Um-
n J   and  S i'estn Ini > ..
c lurier (Tui - la     tnd Kri-iayi.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnany, by courier.
p.m.^Burqultlam,   ;��� courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns ciose at
2:30  excepl  Saturday)��� Ladner,  Port
Guichon,   We tham     Island  and   Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
lay, Thurs laj    nd S    irday, via
"J. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mail des-
patch- | and i ��eivi :  i ia Vancouv< r i
2:::0    p.n      Van   - y ������:    and    Pip< r
Siding, via O. X. R. noi
3   p.m.���Cloverdali .   Nlromekl,   and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, FMday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
. Ont., Dec 13.���E. Kelly of cord, Tuesday and Fri lay.
_   acting on bi      I of a Byn-      ���     i  p.m.���Vancouver and  Burna ���������
���    ������-    wholesalers. h;is  ) !,-..   vi.  n. C. Electric Railway. Sat-
r  'he    purchase  of the Til-  nrday i n  extra mail i- d<espatched to.'
factory.      An    option Victoria  via Vancouver at this hour.
thi   plan    ,.  couple ol      :'    ne and Settle, including all U.
;   .     -.-tie;,. ejs. points east and south, via il. X. li
ng   10 per cent, of ethe "Flyer."
yesterday. 6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, i-'ra-
Tbrei ries   were  purchased��� fo-  Mills.      This mail takes th.-* foi-
Tilbury, AJ  Ins       an I Jordan In th<   lowing    local    r.taces:      Barnet   and
WE   ARE    READY    TO    SHOW
you how It is cheaper to huy our
hull ling     materials
than It is to purchase the poorer    kind.      We    can  point    to
bui t  with  our mate-
it  never  n< ed   r�� epairs,
We  can   point   to  rome  others
'���  ������ pairs all  the time
But thi     were noi  built of our
See    where    real
U   ���
K.OS., Ltd.
or
.
As.-:   G
no furthei   demonstration, and
; vay.      ia
_ thi   letter proci
an    urge..
'   '   - ot at i
:   itter.     1 lie name, ad ��� ���
.   liars   rej s    .     corr����-
;���;' ndi d I    the letter.
WINNIPEB  SYNDICATE
PURCHASES  CANNING   PLANT
;+��*������   "'^,^
er Annex
Fourth Avenue anr! Manci Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Rcom $.   p?r  day  up.
Room   and   toard  $2.50  per  day up.
R-com   with   bath   $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
'���:    iuts de rooms, with hot anl colej
water   -������ \m bent, long distance telephone  'Bus meets al! trains and hoatf
The Dally News will be Kept on Bli
in onr reading room.
CAUl.KTON  GILBERT,   Mgr.
Mineral Waters
j      Aerated Waters
Many'
J. KtNLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER   B   C.
Telephone 13. ���- $:.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND Ml MAL
PAi NT    ,
Old News Block, S
New Wes
Theo. P. Your
-PRING     LAMS.     CH VEATS
AND SAUSAGE,
AT THI
Cen.ral Meet MzM
Jorner Elghti St. in��    Flftl kmi*
PHONE I7a
IOWELL A ODDr, preori��ter��
We Claim the Distinction
of Being Leaders in Men's
Furnishings
and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
buyer
SMOKING JACKETS
BATH ROBES
FANCY ARM  BANDS
COAT SWEATERS
FANCY HOSE
SUSPENDERS
CRAVATS
PYJAMAS
SHIRTS
GLOVES
HANDKERCHIEFS
VESTS
MUFFLERS
siery   Values
We have been to some trouble ancl expense in selecting a full line of
Cashmere Hosiery for ladies, gentlemen and children, one which will
give the greatest satisfaction to our customers and be altogether of
such high quality as will give the utmost value possible for the money
expended in their purchase.
WE   KNOW   THAT   PRICES    ALONE    MAKE    NO    ARTICLE    CHEAP.
trustworthy quality is necessary, and we have sought to combine quality and price with a markel degree
ot success,    We ask you to compare our values with any other line you have ever tried    After such coi -
panson we are convinced that we have your hosiery trade for keeps.
7sn___7S3v_-
&JB��i^.3StSa��BBt&'12^gM^
A large and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
j. EUGENE BROWN & CO
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR   MEN
STERLING  GOODS
See Our Stock of
TOILET SETS, MANICURE SETS, CARD CASES, CIGARETTE
CASES. CIGAR CASES, MATCH BOXES, BRUSHES, WHISKS, SHAVING  SETS,   ETC.
THESE   GOODS ARE  ALL  SU ITABLE  FOR  XMAS  PRESENTS.
Ladies' Cashmere Hosiery
Slzea 8 1-2, 9, 9 1-2, 10
Plain  Black   Cashmere    Hose,    pal''
    25c,  35c,   50c
Black Llama Cashmere, pair
   45c, 50c, 60c
Tan Cashmere  Hosiery, pair  	
��� 35c and 60c
Black Ribbed Cashmere, pair
 35c and 50c
Embroidered Cashmere Hosiery, pair
 65c, 75c,  $100
Children's Cashmere Hosiery
Sizes   I to S  1-2
"Little Pet" Plain Cashmere in black,
cream and tan, Blze 4 to 6 1-2, pair
    25c
"Little Darling"    Ribbed    Cashmere,
silk toe and heel, sizes I to 7, black,
tan,   cream     and     cardinal,    pair
 35c;  3 pair for $1.00
.Misses'   Ribbed   Cashmere,     sizes    6,
,;  1-2, 7.  pair 35c
7.   7   ]-_;   and   8    40c
Gents' Cashmere Hosiery
Sizes 9 1-2, 10, in 1-2, 11. 11 1--'
Plain Black Cashmere, pair
    25c.  35c.   50c
Black Llama Cashmere, pair  50c
Black   Ribbed   Cashmere,   pair
 35c and 50c
Plain Colored Cashmere in a variety
of colors. tans, browns, greys.
greens  and   blues,   pair 35c
Embroidered Cashmere Box, pair
 35c, 50c, 65c, 75c
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONQINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd*
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
is__t!.��'  ' TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Cte^fite^
%VU Rj���LOTS ON SIXTH AVE-
'< n BCE.R. cutoff, 63 by 125 to
, ,..,aia $225 cash, balance
. each, ?225 eas
'';; 'tWi ive and   eighteen
AM
balanci'
months,
I A.gnes Btreet.
FOR
SALE���OKANAGAN
['OTA
: on un- market.     Inqulri
Bros.,   veal    estate office,
Smith. __	
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE
Limited.  Front streei, ' n,.���
minster     Manufacturers ol
saw  and    shingle    null  ma,
Mill   [.lants  and  specific! ,
pared.
MATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
\.\HTY LODUE, NO. 27.-
1   >lai- mei ting of this  lodge
eld in Oddfellows' hall  Carnar
Btreet, every Monday 'evening
"luck.    Jas.  Ferguson, noble
W. ('. Coatham. rec secy.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
THRE]    i i
Ito I.       TWO   OR
housekeeping    rooms, fui
Apply   OJ7   Fifth   ave-
nishi
nue.
\by],. ,     ROOM���701     AGNES
Carnegie Library.
IEAL   ESTATE.
! I-:, SHILES  &  cu.
ti   a'ld   Insurance  Agents���
n.i  suburban  property,
ibla street.
LIST  YOUR    PROPERTY
Bros.,    186    Coin   bi
quick    Bales.      P! ���
I I     ella-A.   I     100.
^^JVIONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS
McKay, manufacturer ami |
of mounmental tombstones, bu
Btone, etc.   Satisfaction gua
Columbia street, New We
W.���PRASER LODGE NO. 3
I lie lir.sta rid third Tues-
'  ch month,    visiting breth-
rdlally    lmiiiQ    lo    attend.
A. o. U. \V. hall, Odd
lock, Clarkson street.
TENDERS.
lil    >so\,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,   and Sa
house  painting,  kalsomlnlng, papei
hanging    and    decorating.      sixi
Btreet,  New   Westminster
BRUNETTE, NO. 40U9, 1.0.F
;i;e   fourth   Friday   in   the
3  o'clock,  in  th-e  small
e.vs' block.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AMI ORGANS   IT   m   ,
repaired bj 5    - i0<-    tunei
Martin.   Mils,   liar:.,     , |u        A
will bring blm.
��� VL  ORDER  OF   EAGLES,
20.���Meets every Tuesday
3    p.m. in    the  Eagles'
hall, i   lumbia street.     J. N. Altcb
eson, y   pres.; II. Schofleld  Socro
tary,
-P.
ASSOCIATION OF 1). ('.
,\n, manager, P. O. Box
���    3S4.
Marshall    Sinclair,    insur-
estate, etc., U located for
ni al the offlce of the Set-
Delation, Begbie street, op
In Seer  Hotel
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
AUDITOR AND AC-
Audita made.    SJ stei b
, I.    Agenl  tor the Hall Safe
a   9,  Westminster    Trust
P. 0.  Box  795.
PRINTERS.
V. ESTMINSTEH PR   SS F iR V2
Kind of job printing.     Midget I
leaf ledg r ;  Cowie i u   -   Pai ���
Phone    55,    P. 0.    B
Daly   News  Block,  s . i sl
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S  RESTA1 RANT    &    I
Tickets,  21   mea e   for fi.      i-��� me
cooking. All white co ikS; no Orli n-
tai labor employe _ ,.,       . and
night.      Opposite tram ofll
>OARD     i.     TRADE���NEW  WEST-
.  a Tra le meets in tne
.   ���     -. City  Hall, as follows:
i bird  'I hur day    0t    each    month;
ting    on   the    tnird
ol Febr lary, May, August
and at rs p.m.   ' Annual
e third Thursday ol
- Mew   members  may   be
, ' lected a! any month
ly or rly    meeting.     c. H
Sti A'a I    secretary,
Ten li rs addressed to the under-
signed ai Ottawa, In smiled envelopes,
and marked on the envelopes "Tenders ia; Quarantine Supplies," will be
received up to noon of the fifteenth
da- 'ei January. 1910, for supplies for
Quarantine Station.
The- following supplies are required;
Coal;
Firewood;
Fish;
Groceries',
Hardware and Bhlp chandlery;
Meat;
Medical stores and disinfectants;
Unit inns,   and other    articles of
apparel;
���'     1.1.  a.
Foi ms ; be obtained by application to the Departmenl of Agriculture Ottawa, <e to the Medical Su-
perlntendeni ai Quarantine.
The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authorltj from the De-
pai    ieni will nol be paid.
A. L. JARVIS,
A   Istanl Deputj  Minister and
i > of Agrii ultur >.
Ottawa (Etnada, November 11, 19 ,:'
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Mayor Keary btiiiers       '���
Defeat at Polls
11 lng    In    New   Westminster right
a lung, and would bob up serenely
again some day, not far distant. He
remarked that there was a silver liu-
Ini to every cloud, and fiough he
had   been   defeated,   he   tell   nothing
(Continued from Page One.)
bad sup-
no hard
had  op-
RNETT, AUDITOR AXD
t     Tel. R 128.    Room 7,
ter Trust  Block.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all k>ada of new ami second
band goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D   '       DPELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
ivery  Block.
'
ABINET   MAKING.
IWTHWAITE,     CABINET-
nd  upholsterer,  4-a Clark-
. i    ihe'r.in l    Burr lil" ik).
made and repaired.  Mis-
' irulture In fir and oak.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     I,
Guichon block.     P. 0. Box 694.
CU8TOM       STENOGRAPH*       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province Office, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
���CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
���     SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
..ning.     1). McElroy, Tel. 100
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI
loring. A new line of fall Butt
Ing just ln. Button making, pressing and !������ pairing. Room 9, S
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st,
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone R508.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the ls|"s Camu.
191- Me ets e.n the lirst and third
Tuesday of everv month in K. of F.
hall.     Chief, w. Sutherland.
I. O. 0. F.���ROYAL CITV LODGE
NO. 3 Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
i lolumbla Btreet, every Friday even
Ing al 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will lie made welcome. G. E, Gi ley,
N. (b; C. E Osborne. P G. recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, Xo. 9, A.
F. and A. M., King Solomon Lodge,
N'o. 17. A, F. and A. M. ; L. 0. L.
No. 1150; L. 0. L., No 1593; court
Sapperton, No. -KM., [. o. F.; C. O.
F. Couri Westminster, No. 830;
Brotherhood  of Owls   Nesi   No.  Vi.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMN' - COUNCIL
1283���Meets Becond and fourth
Mondays al 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
THE
-IN-
DAILY
NEWS
Take notlci   thai an application has
bei     '' adi   to r er (lh irh     Brad
bun as the owner in fee simple, under a tai di ' from tin reeve
ana! clerl u nabj to Cl irles B id
burj. beai im date I I day of
July, A. D., 1908, i I all a . sin
thai certain parcel or tracl ol land
and pri lyi bell
li ��� i .. stminster,
in i1!.' Province of I..iti;- . Columbia,
more particularly knov tl an t de-
Bcrlbed as Lots 15 anel 16 subdivision
of Block 2, of pari of Lot . i, Group 1.
You and those claiming through oi
under you and all persoFi claiming
any interest in the said land b_ virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any inter,.st
in the said land b. des >.i ,i. whose
tltli is not registered undei the pro-
vlslons of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contesi the claim of
tin lax purcnaser wUhin forty-flve
days from tlie date of tin \ ice of
this nolice niton you. ai fault
of a caveat or certiflcat ol lis pendent being filed within bui ' "iiod,
or in default of redemption before
res - tration, you and each oi yi will
be forever estopped and di rred
from setting up any claim to or in respect of the said land, and 1 ill
register Charles Bradburj as c
thi   eof In fee.     An.l  1
then, a., might have been expected.
then   was no great  hilarity.
Mayoi Kearj addressed those present. I hough regretting the resuli eee
the vote, he was still smiling. From
indatlons of bis hear! he di -
sired to thank the committee tor
their untiring, dlllgenl work, and also
tho ��� w lae voted for him tor their al-
tee.
"it is unfortunate, perhaps, thai
Mr. Lee has been elected, bu we
mm ��� abidi by the verdict. He has
in vei been In the council, and for
thai reason le- may be a disappoint
ment, bui l hope he will n it. There
have been several things i have taki n
exception to in the c tmpaign, but I
now hold im biit.-ine.se. againi a t.
one ihing with the exception ol t iin
we-iu rilous Bheet, which I believe is
suspending publication tonight, i re
fer in ih.- "Citizen." W hlle mayor for
the iiasi . , ... i maj  sa.   thai
i have a.v. . the bi sl  In i rests
of the citj ai heart, no mattei what
maj ii" sal I to tin contrarj. And '
will still, in m;     a a humble
prlvati   citizen, continui   t.. -a.-.  ���.,    \
have always don    toi  th    best Intei
Westminstei.     To  the
Ictoi   bi longi   i       po      bu
��� ������   :-ie. r    na.    friend      . ad in mj
placi   as a  i al ���; a,      I m ij   b ��� able
to do something    for    l li    citj   thai
even the mayoi cannot; do.
"Though   ;. anj   things    ha.,���  b
said againsi me, i regret nothing thai
or said during  : I
don.
i  havi
palgn."
Speakln.
Keary   pro
Of      the      future.    May,,;
.- I  that  he  would  be
tiOn   Oi    tile-    tollO^     .        e .iai.leetl.li    lilies
of railway:���
di    From a point on I
Division of the Granu T, u.i
Railwaj    between   the   i
������    R inge  12 and the  V\ i
Range I., wesi ol the tmr .
DRESSMAKING.
\KI.NG ��� SUITS,   SKIRTS,
lists. 728 Koyal avenue. 204-6
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
nd dyers, 345 Columbia street.
-  R278.   The  place where the
ind  dust Is removed from Ibe
not   pressed in.    Goods called
and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
PEARSON    ELECTRIC    CO.,
'ers    in     electrical    machinery,
;res and supplies, house wiring,
nature   wiring,    motor  repairing,
etc.      Bank of Commerce buildiug,
Phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND   GAME.
SON  & AYLING.  FISH, FRUIT,
e ime, Vegetables, etc.     Begbie st.,
0] p, Windsor Hotel.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL    :e,    \TKi:.   702   CO!
la    Btreel Flrrs-class    moving
pictures; illustrated sours; numerous attract! ms. Program changed
Monday,  '���'��� ty and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE CORNER
Columl ia and Eighth, High-class
moving pictures, lllUBtrated songs,
Program chaneged Monday, Weftnes
lav and Fr 11;.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
thai   publication    oi    tins notle
tHii ty days tn a dally n< - pub
lished in   New   Westminstei w
good and sufficient servic   thereof.
Dated  at  the  Land   Registry  Ofl
Nev,   Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 30th dav of November. A. D., 1903.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To James Hlland, James Highland.
\V> st< rn
. PaCilii
limit oi
;.. ii, ia
;..   ' idian
thence in a sou tiwi . t> 11.. au w I t-
erlj direction to a point in the . icln-
Ity of Calgai:-. or t'i a poini oa the
line whicn i.,e Compauj i.- autnoi-
Ized undei pai pi Li of c ,_.��� it
i of said chaptei UU to consi i uct to
( algary:
e_. i i... a p iinl o , the proposed
line mentii ni i In pan ;rapu iij b ���
iwee.n the easi limit ,,, Rani. . i aud
e of Ran _e 28, wesi  ol
a   i
le
the third mei I I    uce in an ei
1   erly   and   southeasterlj   direction
api oio   in the ^ icinity
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TV3LE
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings,
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantel?
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished,
prietor. Works
and car line. P
473.
J.   Brookes,  pro-
Corner  Eleventh
0. box 254, Phone
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA
ROUTE.
SEATTLE
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van
louver ll p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily except  Wedn. sday.
S.S. Chainvar leaves Vancouver x
.m.. daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver. 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
NOTICE.
Noiice   is
Charnley of
province of
FURNITURE
V     E    FALES,   TIIE   FURNITURE
iler, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
irner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
J'bone 170, night call 81.
GROCERY.
! THE BEST VALUE IN ORO-
���Ties, phone 386. Tbe Pure Food
: ipply Growry, P. O. Box 811.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING  UP    250    FOR    HACKS AND
nt   turnout.    The   Fashion   Sta-
i-les.
"The Milwaukee"
"Tbe   Pioneer Limited,"    St.   Paul  to
-hicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South     West     Limited"
Kamat City to Chicago.
b-o trains In  tne  service  on    any
���������inroad   in   the  world tkat  equal   In
T'lpment  that of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.  Paul  Railway.      They
1 *ro  and operate  tbeir own sleeping
">* ill nine; cars on all their trails and
x:'-ve their  patross  an  excellence    of
-,rtrvlce�� not obtainable elsewhere.
H, S. ROWE, O^meral Agent.
; :i Third St., cor. Ald.r. Portland. Or
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ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Koyal. Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
una 18 aud July 2.
ien by given thai  Ralph
island,
Brlti   ,  i
Alexander  McRi ���. of Ladi
e -i i   i :���.'>, tnci .   and  Josep
citj   oi  Nev,   Wi
Id province, I        been
ie.- a majority in Inten sl and i ���
���   proprletot -     lan I
ll af; ���!     di
undi r   ; hi
of the "Drain igi   Dyking and l
tlon Act," i'e;  the district, consi
cei  and corni  Ising the lands hereinafter ih scrlbi -. thai  is to say:      All
and singular ll ose �� rtaln parcels or
tracts of land and premises Bltuate,
lying and being    In the    district of
New Westminsi ev    and   province   of
Britisli   Columhia.   mote particularly
known    and    described    as lots two
hundred and ftfty-two 1252), tw0
dred and  flfty-three  (253), two
died and fifty-nine (259), two hundred
and sixty (2C0), and four hundred and
twdnty-seven  i .27),   group   one '' I.
and the fractional northeasi  quarter
of section nine    (9);    the fractional
south  east  quarter of    section  nine
(11);   the  fractional  north  west   quar-
of section nine (9). thc fractional
or to
��� eof.
From i   poini    a the- p oposi -i
line mentioned In  p n igraph  i ~ i  be-
e the easi limii oi Range '&_ and
the wi si   limii  ol   ft nge -.. wi
.. em'.      |!,e   llliiaa      ea      MOOSe     JaW,
o  a point  iu the  viciniti   thi ������-
ol
. ; i    Froi : a point on the wes erlj
Division  ��� G 'acl!
railwaj   b i .el  an i   Vt aln
��right,   i hi nc     in     a   easterlj    and
...      ion to a
Ini
i of clause 11 st
in the  sai .-���''- I ti
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i.", i    i'.       . i
n
hut gratitude ror those who
ported him, and cherished
feelings againsi those who
posed him,
"I am oi' a rather funny disposi-
tlon," remarked he, "bul though I am
a tunny chap, 1 am going to com,, out
���'., top again and you win all be proud
of me." The mayor's speech was
cheered to the echo.
Alderman Fader cald thai he was
not reeling particularly happy ahout
the resull. bul remarked that il was
a long lane that bad no turning, w.
Crooksley also pinned his faith to the
silvei lining of the cloud. Candidate Watson, J. P. Hole, Adam Johnson, l>a .e Dougl e, and W. Howay
also spoke to the same effect. Mr.
Howay  said  thai   he  felt   the  defeat
    than the candldati  himself.   He
had known Mr, Keary when he was
a little hoy and when he -��� .. j oung
man. When the cltj was a bog In
a hole, Mr. Kearj had take Q hold of
him bj the Btop ol thi head, pulled
him mil  and made   a man of him,
Afti r the speal I i sang
"Cod   Save   tlie-   King,   an.i   "li. '     a
Jollj   (1 1   Fellow,'   and   wound   up
with three rousing cheers and a tiger
ten   Mayor Keary.
\'o\. Westminster spent a bus; i t-
ternoon yesterday. The polls opened
at 9 o'clock and from then till o
o'clock the polling booth In the City
Hall was crammed. The polling
clerks and officials d' 1 rtol have 'ime
to cat their lunches, md man;, ol the
\ oters had tii wall ahout hall an hour
'o vote. in the afternoon some of
the whips for the candidate. began
Ne tear that all the voters on hand
lould not be jammed into the council chamber, when the poll closed at
5 o'clock, and many of the late t-
��� ere drivi a tei the West End to
vote. However, all who wished to vote
did so
Om- ol tl;'   features of tli.' election
war- the    number   of    ladies noting.
I Some of tin se  iiiei   no    seem  to  be
quite clear as to whal the referendum
i was all ahmit. one iad..   asking whether it was ou the pure water ques-
-tlon or not.     Sometimes there were
more women than men ln the council
chamber.
The ballot  for aldermen  unfortun-
itel)   did not state  that only  Beven
a    Hftei n     aspirants   were   to   be
ted, and many of the voters were
a  as  to  how  many  to vote  for.
man   was   heard  to  remark  that
In   onlj  knew ten of the candidates
and had voted for them, but he really
could not vote for the others because
lie wns not acquainted with theni.
Monej was changing hands freely
in front of the City Hall. Fives,
tens, and occasional twenties were
seen floating in the air, and as soon
as they were smelt, were nipped in
. the hud. .Most of th bets were
made at even money, but in a few Instances odds wen often . on Keary.
Automobiles   wer : lentiful   in
New   Westminsi a      \ e'stei day   as   'lie
germs in Sand.-   Garret's photograph
of Lake Coquitlam.     There was sucti
.. displaj    of    horsepower    thai  the
itreets were   reduced  to liquid  mud,
ami the unfortunate chap whose con-
ns were sa well known that be
, ol gel  a fr..   nd . got splashed
i' over with gei my mire.     However
no one seemed to mind that, for they
md    bet,   and   voted, and
erly d iked
ed and inutile d as If lln re was a
���   se  match    on.      The    unusual
i 14    excitement seemed to please the old-
th- timers who    stood anmad    and told
tsr
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Que'en   Citv  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From  New   Westminster    Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m
From Chiiliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   and   information
call  or  address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
j. W.  TROUP,
General Superintendent Victoria.
"Lifebuoy Soap ls delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses  and  purines.
south west quarter of    section nine
19); the fractional south east quarter of section ten (10); the fractional south west quarter of section ten
(10); the fractional northeast quarter
of section three (3); the fractional
north wesi quarter of section three
i::i; the fractional north east quarter
of section four (4), I Indian reserve);
and the fractional south west quarter
Of section sixteen (16), all in township nine (9) as shown ou the official
plan or survey of the said district
of     New   Westminstei   and  otherwis'
known as "Barnston Island.*'
The said commissioners being authorized ancl instructed to tal-e steps
'.I reclaim the said lands by dyking
tlie same and to do everything
that be may be necessarj to carry
out such work and to maintain such
dykes as may be constructed.
The district to be known as tho
"Barnston  Island  Dyking District."
The names of the proprietors who
have selected the said commissioners
are: Ralph Charnley, Harvey Hicks.
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin Jay Thomson,
John LeLeuvre, William Scott Walker, David Alexander McKee, Joim
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
A. D., 1909.
WADE, WHEALLER A McQUARRIE,
46 Lorne Street,
New Westminster. B.C.
Solicitors   for   the  commissioners.
u -   from  C
i  ,     ,,..-- rn i' '���;:;! irj ol lhe pw In-
'    al or i;' ;.i  Coutts,
(6)    From a point on Uie' main line
of   the   Western    Divisi in     betwi
.Moose Lake und Tete Jaun    C
1 thence   through  the  drainagi   ol   the
Clearwater   River.   Bonaparte   River,
. Seton  aud  Anderson  Lakes  and  the
Lillooet River or the Squamlsh River
or   between   ihe   lust   two   livers   to
bun-   Vancouver, Britisli Columbia author-
iiun-   i/ing an issue of bonds to the extenl
Of $ 10, 000 a mile of the said lines of
railway, numbered  il)  to (5) inclusive and comprising    th ��� said    lines
within  what are defined by  the said
Act 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 rail-
win    numbered   (<">)   and   comprising
the said line within what is defined
by the said Act as the "British Columbia Extensions;" and also amending paragraph tl of clause, n of the
said Act, as regards the southern terminus of the line thereby authorized.
Dated al   Montreal this 29th day ol
November. 1909.
W.  11- B1GGAR,
Solicitor tor Applicants.
had
thirty
"and 1
of    an
and the
intense
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Grand Trunk Pacific Branch
Lines Company will apply to the
Parliament of Canada, at Us present
session for an Act further amending
the Act Incorporating the Company,
chapter 99 of the Statutes of 1900, as
amended by Statute 8fi of the Statutes
of 1909 by authorizing the construe-
New Business
FINE    MECHANICAL    WORK    AND
GENERAL REPAIRING.   ANYTHING
FROM   A  CLOCK  TO   AN   AUTOMOBILE.    REPAIR LIST:
Cash Registers
Dental Machinery
Moving Picture
Machinery
Phonographs
Sewing Machines.
Electric Batteries
Cameras
Cutlery
Models and  Patterns
Musical Instruments
Rifles
Typewriters
Surgical Instruments
Surveyors' Instruments
Safes
Clocks
Scales
Cream Separators
Carpet Sweepers
Door Checks
Automatic Machinery
Cash Drawers
tf. WEBSTER, Mechanical
Expert
about  the other    eli ctlons  they
iii en at hack In the eighties.
"I have voted here for
veins," said one old chap,
never had to wait a quarter
hour to vote In all that time.'
At the booths ai Sapperton
West End there was no such
excitement as there was around the
city hall, bul all the voters manifested a deep Interest in the campaign.
The vote in these polls, as at the
City Hall, was tin- largest that has
ever been polled here.
Grand Trunk Fly,
Excellent Train Service Betweel
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Timo Tables, etc.. address
CEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, ISa Adams St.. Chicatro. 111.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARK18-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds. 	
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUAKKIB
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices,
Rooni3 20 and 21, Williams build,
lng, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKensie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
I
No.  10 Sixth
Street, Dominion Trust
Block.
i Vote for Keary and you vote for tht
i man who found New Westminster
I "brick and left it marble."
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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.
You can count it
good if Adams sells
it.
Also dont forget
that this is the Big
Store filled with
Little Prices.
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TO MECHANICS:
Something new���
An eraser that will
remove rust from
Tools.
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City News
Anderson & Lusby :
For flrst-class cut flowers and any
kin 1 of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse. R208. **
The flags on the city schools and
Oil    the   COUrl    house   yesterday    were
flying .a half mast on account of
death   of   .Mrs.  John
Don't
turkey
supp
Peel
be in a hurry lo order your
as P. Burns & Co, have a full
coming in from tlie east.
Come this evening to Queen's
Avenue ehureh an.l hear Prof, A. E.
Hetherlngton's Illustrated lecture-
descriptive, historic, humorous.
COLUMBIA STREET.
For     sale
darii   make,
cosl.   Apply
���New typewriter, stan-
at 25 per cent, below
llox  637  City,
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NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet,Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A. MUIR X CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Plant
Martin,
and  organ   tuning,      v.".   E.
.Mus. Baa, 'phone L615, city.
_T, J.    MacKenzie   and    ll. L. Ed-,
monds returned yesterday, from Kara- j
loops, where they had been to attend
the Conservative convention.
Carnations galore at Tidy-
store, 737 Columbia street.
L184.
'S  florist
Phone
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STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK-
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING  AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A Practical School for
Practical People.
other school in Canada���we
make no exceptions���gives its students such a broad and comprehensive business education, such abundant preparation for the serious duties of life. Is the best too good for
you?
Day and  Night    School.      Call  or
write for particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
Westminster
Transfer Co.
itttce 'Phone  18b.
Columbia
Barn 'Phone 137
Street
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, lirnis and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't  a  Savings Account, i
NOW is the hest time to start one.     i
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
The City workmen were busy yesierday repairing the damage wrought
by Saturday's rain. There was comparatively little harm done, the worst
spoi being where the Fourth avenue
sewer had overflown and done some
damage  to  lhe roadway.
"Bight Hundred Miles By Canoe
and Saddle Through New Caledonia,'
at Queen's Avenue Methodist Church
tonight  at >s  p.m.
Three drunks appeared before the
magistrate yesterday. One forfeited
bail, one paid the usual $2.50 and
costs, and the other, being a new offender, was let out on suspended sentence.
Your box in a safety deposit vault
is a private affair. No one has access
to it but yourself. And besides. It
is safe and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then ii costs
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. K. Pearson, manager.
New  Westminster branch. 2..S-4
Inspector Hussey, of the provincial j
police  office  at   Victoria,  was  in   the
city   yesterdaj    and   paid   an   official
i visit to the jail, where he found everything satisfactory.
Iron gratings for life on Columbia
street in connection with the new
paving contract have been cast and
distributed   along   the   main   street.
I These will permit the draining of surface water from the street to the new
I sewer system.
Tonight will be given an illustrated |
lecture entitled "Eight Hundred Mile.; j
by Saddle and Canoe Through New
Caledonia���Northern B. C." by Prof. I
A. E. Hetherlngton of Columbian |
College at Queens avenue .Methodist
church.
.1. II. Todd's music store will be
open every evening until 9 o'clock
front now on until Christmas.
The body of Kitty Dick, an old Indian woman, who died at St. Marys
hospital on Sunday was sent up to
Harrison   River for  buiial  yesterday
Chrysanthemums
Tidy's  florist  store.
Phone L184.
ror     Sunday   at
Columbia  street
J. H. Lyne, 224 Eleventh street.
Phone K100. Supplies live and
dressed fowls at shortest notice.
For fresh-berried holly
mas trees phone Davies'
telephone  R208.
and  Clirist-
greenhouse,
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
N'ew Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson, in the said City of
New Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 15. 1909.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Paid up Capital  Stock.   ...$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
1 The condition of the old bridge is
'not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads or
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do ao after
this notice must tak�� all the risks ou
j themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New "Westminster,  July
23rd, 1909.
Despite the heavy downpour of
rain on Saturday afternoon and evening, the bazaar and supper held by
the West End Methodist Church ladies in the old Odd Fellows' Hall
proved a great success. The stalls
were decorated in handsome style
and were well patronised, everything
selling at a good price. Quite a number refreshed themselves with afternoon tea and after supper hour the
room looked like a busy bee hive.
The music was splendid and the financial outcome will show a surplus
of upwards of $123.00.
Still  there  are  no  trains   running j
over the Great Northern line bei ween j
Blaine and Vancouver, and according
to statements made yesterday by officials of the company there is little
probability  of   any   getting   further
north   than   Blaine   before  tomorrow j
afternoon or even  later.    The cause i
of the tie-up is a mammoth landslide
BOUth  of  White   Hock,  on   wliich   sev- !
(-nil   hundred   men   are   working   daj )
and night.   The Guichon train is the |
only train operating over this end of
the  system,  tho  track  bong in  comparatively good condition on thai part,
of the line.
English Watchmaker  IATTENTION!!!
Vv.j   :V:    ���
Gold Watcjes for Ladies from |127o
op.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
H6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' open   case,
|7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
(Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  front   C��o. Adams, Croctr
We have the following properties to offer.   These 3
are choice buys and under the market. j
Two 66x145 ft. lots on Twelfth Street below Fifth
Avenue $750.00 each.   Terms. )
Six lots on Seventh Avenue near Twelfth Street   !'
carline $375.00 each.   Terms. ?���
One lot near Eighth Street, (cleared) $800.00.
Terms.   Apply���
F.J. HART &C0.,Ltd.
e Kind of an Umbrella
You Want is Here
THE   ONLY   KIND   OF AN  UMBRELLA TO BUY  IS THE KIND   THE    "OTHER    FELLOW"   |S
HOPING YOU  WILL LOSE.
PERHAPS  YOU'VE   HAD   EXPERIENCE   WITH    UMBRELLAS   THAT   YOU   WERE    GLAD    TO
LOSE���THEN   YOU'LL   APPRECIATE ONE OF OURS.
WE   HAVE   UMBRELLAS  IN  COTTON���THEY'RE  GOOD,   RAINPROOF     ARTICLES. WE
HAVE   'EM   IN   COTTON   AND SILK, ALSO IN ALL SILK���THEY'RE   AS   GOOD   AND    HANDSOME
AS ANY MADE.    A GREAT  VARIETY OF   HANDSOME   NEW   EFFECTS    IN    HANDLES   FOR    MEN
AND WOMEN  NOW READY,   MANY   BEING   ESPECIALLY   ATTRACTIVE   FOR   HOLIDAY   PRESENTATION.
A    LARGE    ASSORTMENT   FOR   CHILDREN,  TOO���ALL   LITTLE PRICED.
YOU'LL   BE   DRY   UNDER ANY UMBRELLA YOU  BUY  HERE���WE     WARRANT     THAT���AND
AS A GIFT  NOTHING COULD  BE   MORE   PRESENTABLE.
Ready With Thousands of Christmas Handkerchiefs
All Prices 5c up to $2.00
Handkerchiefs in holiday
quantities today, for we
have thousands to meet the
demand of Xmas buyers���
the largest and best stock
we ever had.
PLAIN WHITE LAWN
AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, hemstitched borders, wide and narrow hem.
Special value at 10c, 12 1-2c,
15c, 20c, 25c, 50c.
FANCY CROSSBAR MUSLIN HANDKERCHIEFS, in
a wide range of pretty effects, hemstitched borders.
Each   25c, 35c
FINE LAWS' AND MUSLIN HANDKERCHIEFS,
with fancy scalloped nnd
embroidered   edges,      Bach
    20c, 25c,  35c
" PURE IRISH LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS, in ex
Qulsitely embroidered 1i-
fects, many styles, Each
 65c, 75c, 85c, $1.00
FANCY       HAND K I
CHIBFS, pure linen ci
trimmed with  real  lac
embroidery. Some    verj
dainty    things    are   sl
Each    $1.50 to $2.00
||I^/%      Neckwear for Christmas Gifts
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_*_&__ & m <,      jn a Thousand Different Styles
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Pleasing ideas in Muslin Jabots, Hand-Made Chiffon and Lace Collars, Muslin and Linen Embroidered Collars, Silk Mufflers, Fancy Scarfs,
Automobile Scarfs and Scarfs for evening wear. The largest collection
we've ever had and the best values to pick from. Come now and you'll
have   the  choicest.     Prices   range   from 20c to $3.00
Extraordinary Values in
Women's and Misses' Coats
A   FEW  INTERESTING  FEATURES.
WOMEN'S COATS, In broadcloths, kersey and wide
vale diagonals, Black cloth coats trimmed with fancy military braid, satin bands and jet buttons, high collar and
lined to the waist.    Special  today   $24.50
Hrown, navy, myrtle and taupe broadcloth coats, 3S to 48
inches long-, semi-fitting backs. Some with fancy self-
strapping, others with tubular Batln trimmings. Price today only $17.50 and $22.50
MEN'S POPLIN NECKWEAR���Fancy flgured Poplins,
new shape, two-toned effect, in shades of hrown. grey.pur-
ple, cardinal, navy, olive, reseda, myrtle, black and while,
sold elsewhere at 75c.     Price   only    60c
DENNISON'S CHRISTMAS SEALS, TAGS AND LABELS, Santa Claus desifins, appropriate and artistic. Per
Package    20c and 25c
Beautiful Xmas
Umbrellas
TEN DOZEN WOMEN'S
silk and wool umbrellas, assorted handles. Special $1.50
WOMEN'S EBONY HAN
die, silk and wool covering,
patent bulb runner. Price
only,  each    $2.25
WOMEN'S FANCY HAN-
die, with gold and mother-
of-pearl trimmings, silk and
wool covers. Special price
today, each   $3.00
"DIRECTOIRE" UMBREL
las, lotiK straight natural
handles,     gold     and     silver
mountings.     Prices,    each,
 $3.50 to  $9.75
SILK   COVERED   UMBREL-
las,   with    gold,    silver    and
mother-of-pearl     mountings
and      trimmings.       Prices
each    $4.50 to $15.00
MEN'S TWILL-COVERED
Spring umbrellas, natural
wood handles. $1.00 to $1.25
MEN'S FINE SILK AND
wool and pure silk umbrellas, natural wood. K"l(l
mounted and horn handles.
Prices    $2.50  to $3.50
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
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