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 Port   Wiiinr
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES &   Ci
NEW   WESTMINSTER
VOLUME 5, NUMBER
j@m CWf��'*^
YPEWRITERS
tandard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
HITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONH.W  MORNING, DECEMBER  19, 1910.
PRICK   FIVE   CENTS
"LIN
gjrV.
IICT AF U/AIFC"
*'HO a..,,.
���*���**,   -hit
jjnie.    iVlatLlnsoii,    famous
Singer Forty  Years Ago
:   Croud of Her Career
WOULD   END  COAL   STRIKK
id     Situation   Attracts
Attention.
(Ins   gffori win
h    uexi re    ,i. ,
���     ' r   Cob
Fran    Hayee, Intei
Dl the Bitted
M OF MONEY        Oil KING'S fOIflUNE
MOTIf Of SERMON   YET MAY AID WORLD
CIGARETTE   LAV/   REVIVED.
Snohomish Also to  Enforce the Eight
o'Clock   Curfew   Ordinance
Snohomish, He-.  18.   Ntayor  '
drove another Bplke intio the lid here
��� ���   ti rday, when  h i    Instructed    the
police   to enforce   the   antl-clgarette
SCHOOIS HOSE
EOR CHRISTMAS
    | law  to the  letter    against    smokers,!
togeri  or iTeseiit   Day    Tendency   to Senate   Considers    -'Rocke- fleaiers and those having the "mak-
I, of Montana, and % tings."    The eight o'tjibck curf6w bell
feller Foundation"'Bill and'"in Mbo Hng again, after three years';
| ��� Hence.     Th'e   orders   prow   out   of    aj
I   asas, all mem
lonal    board   of   the
arrived   here to ,-,,,-
��ith the orerators
Grab  Described as   Most
dressing Peril of &g��j
Puts Amendments.
\
mere is now residing [. th   t-ii      'Canada  buys very
: nlnstei   a  lad thin many   German
���    pears a*���� w;i   ";" '   '
i    in  England anid - n
TO.-
"save   the   .Opth"   crusade
bodies.
I,;.       ci- lc
Names of Pupils Who Wt
Successful at Recent E
aminations.
FACES  FOUR  CHARGES  FOR
KILLING ONE  PHEASANT
Q,
l.inl'iu      t,     titi     I.    I.
Wale   ;is their nat!
een bore onlj  .   ten
ilmosi  die . I  ri. d
to v estraln tei    l ���
ii   Kate Wynne M
Famous  in  the BftVentl
. ���    in tbe eai I    seven I
i ni   Kati   Wynm   tn
When hundred   ol    children . Btarl
V.-.lle. ,. Pec lv Cor killing a lam, > "k "' *M a"er ,w" we^8' *����l
pheasant, Albert Ward, a lettn,- car- holidays, they v ill enter on new
rler iiere, faces four charge! First, courses of Btudy under new teachers.
iv.,- discharging firearms within the On Frtdaj afternoon all the sthdots
city limit,; second, Tor killing a bird  heId ntli;i    .,     h    ,   ,.   , ,    m ^
protected by law;  third, foi  d< i!
names of  the  pupils  who   h id   been
The love 61 monej   Is the rdoi    of     Washington, Dec. 18   -A .fehicl    I
���������' '-,l[ '"' hi be sail to be the taotif which John D. Rockefeller,   the   oil
'v-   The  olTieial     ��� m-     ":       '    '"'1   sermdn  preached     Is ���:      maj    utilize   his   a real    fortune
I       in Queen's   Avenue   MeMbdlst. aftl     death   for ,,,,  ,,HlHil  0f  man-
:::::r;.r,:':t   ; .zr-zt ��* ��� - '.��<�������������
I |  sness,    the'sult. The old bill -e'.'.ing "the Rocka
lammonisn    I  i   greed    ofifeliei  rcmndatttm'    has hee,,   ivised
'-  >    ���    ���'���,.',!. ,   ii     , !      '       ' ' Witl   a seile   ol   - ���    intend
' ��      '    '      '       ' i  ''���. !      ,:      " , Tallin the
1       ?������������ ontsl
, '..   and on I      I  . "   ' ,,l'!,,,h,T' ��� ������":{,>l  lot.    Drop
quence,   ol   whi       | eli^o to perp<*ante the en I
 am   picturi "", """ ��  ",'.     .    y       ��� Itnied the mw     hen finished
""-'���'".'!"i;X,.    S     ' '      V     '...        .
._ war..,   latei ,,i tne post  bett   ,
��        . ,              ,   ;|'>' ������   Ward had - ��� ������.,,  ,>���,,���,.   ,, ���.,       n   ,
���een framed h\ Starr J.  _,.,in  ���"'  B.tl.er,  Maurice    Dock
'     ' '  - ��d. ""!r,h' r"" ���  the Christmas examlna
:,.01  ^.''"," tlons were announced.
��������� ted for killing tb   bird.
lo     II
and   rail
liundredweigfci -
��� ���   Edith   Wynn,        ������   ,    , \ '
��� iiiei;  i.me   in the   i ,.      ra)
o.   tpald    I, ���
She am   11
or,   u, tb,    musl
��� ""'ll  have   Slli ���    bi  om.    ��    porei lal      .
......       , Ti,.',-.' i   also    notabh   Increase In
-"���"' Matthteoi   ,                 Ring thi  expoi   t��   Cana ,���������,   ���
���    "'���      ' ��� t ,.   |
  Of the  family ,]l0(|  .
��� ������iv  in  the  last   session  01   con- ,e..,.i,,.,  ,,,,, T,.nii
(0\.,i,   -.,,...    ...   ,11^. ,,. ... inei.Te.   , pe   j, r..i
Senator Gallinger Introduced
ished    from ante    ac-  .,,, t
:' i    ���'  -������ id   ���������       , t   ,   ,',,
mmm,    ,    ,.    , .      tlon.    lt   had been  irameu  uj   Diarr J.   rnntlVmn
'"'     ":     '���' '    8��ln I Murphy, the attornej  foi  Mr. R
The folldwlng are the names of the
successful    pupils ���rem
schools in tlie (it;.
Boys' Central School.
Promoted from division  n  to division   1   IS.    N,    Strop'...    ti ai ier
flioma      Cor-
r
rill I
lon 61 all resp,      for tbe laws
������   God and man,
feller in his charities, who ;  I
the I:   C    m ;      lothlng.
elli  _.
Wesl minster brand  a
loni    companj    sin
from  London all bj   be sell    i1
t. she le nearlj    se entj    years
old.
",   iess by a Newt  reportei lasl
���  ��� nlng  al   In"   son     ttomi    Vladami
hison     told     somi      in,- e
!������   of the Bayi  ol loni  ago	
���   has a program o) ,���, rtom e
1   she and  her sisie:- gan_  befow    Hunters   in   This   District
���   (,ineei      i   :, ig  su   Bucking
palaoe fort;    ears ago. Although
iitil     b   centurj    hm   elapsed
then, Madame    Matthlsoi    ��ku
ti  givi ;       Ii  descrlptloi  n    tn
In which the    ion) and   tin  pes
������ en;     i ���,.,   the detalli n   some
and
roiemnij   po9ltlon ot    the 111l1��":-    which    Mr. di'meiiitv
:uers oi  the sw.u and   R0ckefeller would  furnish.   The    ot.   ",,f",lU\	
CLOSE SEASON FOU DEER
WM PROTECTS ANIMALS
Did     Npt
Have Very Good Luck This Year
���Sport  Better  Up Coast.
punishment  Inevitably nteted  j(,, 0l the roundatieh was the,, thus
VLZ^T^Xl --- , ��..���.,... MILK IMPORTED 'FROM
Instances; and he quoted a number 61
"Tn   promede   the   well bein_
advance the civilization of the people
i I; de Dams ke,
Jose.h GaylOr who owned the bird,      ,.���,���������,, ���.nm  jl]niill. ,., t
b��BU! -^   ': '���'   class-Robert     Douglas,   Melville
to Atrdighteh dm the Shortt) ,lmin> fford6n> ,,. vi(. ...,.,ai.
  [FrederldJ;   Bowden,    Charle
1 Thomas Scott, Robert  " Gor
don Whiteside.
Prdmbted from junior rv to oanior
'  ���  e-all   hrou^h  the Old Testament OI  the ,i,l!t0,, St:ltcs and   !ts    terf,
fhnd  ""   ;'",    ':���    ,,"'I:     "I;   ' lories nnd possessions nnd of foreign
that In which   Christ    scourges    th. i^rids In the acquisition and dl     ������
tnone    changi rs from the Temple
IV class (j. ri. Prlfie, teacher.)���
II K FOR M/I\iiyiPPrtPIK Leonard d'Eastim, Go>don Howley,
L1.^,  llm   nInlPriFCUCnOj Hugh Stoddart. Barle Johns, Edward
I Powi,. Sylvester Da;. "       imlth and
Ination of knowledge;  tn the p
'"",,";'i""-'-',"  ';" Impretoon tlon^ndrell tffering, an^i ln the I -A^tbun'dtna
ins audience the extreme Immlttence promotion of any ;i,id all of thi   el
"' the '",ni '" ">es<  days, uttering, in ������,,���, ���, ,,������������ progres8."
""    """'"'   ol   Wq   remarks,  a   6  oil  King Becomes Irritated.
indictment    ol  modern   methods    ol When it was declared thki an   at-
tradi   and commerce.    Whal is It, he tempi was being ��� I    to :-   .rporate
ed    thai   animates   the   gigHntlc the Rockefeller fortune and much iin-
ad corporations th   toda; expected  opposition tn the    measure
reaching  oul  their tentacles in everv
Condition     Ex'sts���One
Firm Alone Bringing 700 Gallons
Daily from Across the Line.
\iiee Bowden.
Promoted from  Intermedii
luntor IV class (Miss   .1     Ri  .
teacher.)���Mlier     rfa,rkness,     Alii
I   . Sing Quong, Walter Par:
Arthur Shaw. Fran!: Marshall, RolaE
���'      !,   Kathleen     l.can,  John   Wors
fold, Robert Sayer, Cecil Lamb, Vlolei
In
The  dee    Bhoottag   season is trtfei
costumi     worn  b;    hi   noble    for another year.    Last  Prldaj    I
;i,,1(    h:"i    'ta��erei     ,,    hei   the te     d     On which it wtfi safe fo
Winnipeg,  Dec   18.   Owin?    partly I Solomon, Chbng    How, Charle- Sey-
developed the oil king and his conn-  to lat^i df feed rids year,    but    still  n.;,":!': Sidttej   Dohkbrsley, Kong Man,
direction,   crushing    and   oppressing  sel became Irritated.   Thej  l<    I   be- more^0   the    fact    thai    weeds are   Kanchcl    .1    Mmure,    .M; ���
the poor  and sucking the HfeblOod ol   come known around  the senate thai   favored more than dahj  cows und        ':"      '''    ''���   Stanlej   Pe
������-ofl.       what   Is it thai  cans,-  Xl     ,-, .,.....���.    i,.,,i  become Indiffi      tl    system of farming near Winnipej    ":< : ,,; ;,,iil sli,lii Suga^
.   ,���., ;  H man "   Sf>l1 distilled damnation, ro ,.n,  aboul  the entire matter, thai   he  one flrm in this citj claims to be to-      Promoted  from  Division  v   to
Proud of Clever Daughter. " '"'"   " '"   ^''n wit1' ;"'  '���:'r":';   "     '���   "     and physical wreck of man,   could easilj   obtain a charter from a  portint;  dailv  500  to 700  gallons    of   sl^ ���;
Badami     Ws   hlson'i    tovorlti   B dl  hanging from bis belt an& thi   o   thi  community; that causes the in   state*-and thai   '���    ould dispensi   Ws milk   from  the   United nd    -���       :
m oonve   ������   Ion   am   I    Ii     no    hunters h%vi  now hung up their gul '     opposed t<> thi   temperance re   charity withoul    anj    legislation    by  cream in addition.
u   be wonii ii  at���is her daughter,  :"ul   ��"'  ikying  on  the   exploits   of  form movemenl   to    close-lock    their congress.    The idu them    slumbered     This statement was ra i    ,.'    lU^ H;|> Damaske, R evsley,
9   it'-     atthison, ofWewYorh,  this season to tide tbem .        ���   hard  seiried ranks againfll tW  mosl strenu   on  thi   calendai   until    adjournment,  sponsible man at one of    tbe   local   -">' Graham, John de Pencier,
winter and summei   until the flrsl ol "l|k attacks of the forces of morality?   v, eftor1 was made to bring it up f o-1 creami ornln?.    '..      '   ��� ' ,',-������   (';ri11'. Mel file Ed
nexl   September. Wha1  ���'  *. ,!'��' causes a man to fall  consideration. that it hurt bim badly    to h&ve    to ,��*��� Meivift. McCuffin, Norman  M
Although no statistics are avaSable  ufl low- r/l ''  B0 (1'""1 ""' *e dictati        Senator Gallinger offered a number bring in his milk at '". ...
regarding   tbe  number  of  deer  sbol   of conscience, thi  wiR feven tral proposed amendments to the origin- much as thi i hadl
on
ibablj    hi   ablesl aotri
ericm  stagi   ofli ���
' ��� , . '���������       Matthison     c   mi
��� v    ': or)    Bbl    va-   i hi   :
Mew theatre,
I.    : bi ������ - RA<t��rqi    :,
���   title role    ol    "Sister    Beatrice'
Promoted  from  Division   VII.
during the season, it is generafi.  con >od, and tbe virtui    ol al "bill" calculated   to make   its   pto-ltQ pay flve for milk  viS~��   _'' ���+
 led U.��, ii wm women'     The spin- oi   ��amma��*sm, vision.  mofe accepUWe.    Thev  ''-e'and   duty   and  the  carriage  brought   r..    f l.'' lllir'l^an, teacher;   ��\ .
In   the   Mstrid   ot   Westalfr which is at the root of all social evils been approved by Mr. RockefelR tfie cost up another flve cents, making ^eaa.ueorge Wright, Frank Col
in  the    l'ra-e, ta everj' sphere Of human activity, its      The most    important    modification .the price ten cents, wholesale, which , J0"n      Demon and_ Leslie J
Promoted  from  Division   VII   to  Di-
as j vision VI.:
Cecil J/aius. Chong Hong, .May Mur-
se     Nishi-
adame Matthison  Is proud of    he,   ster, and  especially
ghter'i   International   soocess  and   Hvei  valley, there were oomparatlvelj   Insidious effects are being felt, even   limits the amount of the funds held j was fhe price it was retailed for.
also    proud    of    her      sondnlflv.. lew  animals  shot.    One or two  were   in 'he church itseit. by    the    foundation    to    .100,000,000.      The situation ij. a serious one,
harles Kami  Kennedv, the a.Hhor of  bagged in Surrey and i n Matsqui and       **** "> ��he less importail spheres   Other amendments give congress  the  it means dearer butter for Winnipeg- ��� ����� ��� J-1   ��i- '.ong
Th�� Bervanl In the House- and "The|MlW.o��i n faftfj laree number became ��'_ hj.m^an activity ,he dorrupttog Jta-1 right to "at any lime impose such|gersand if other firms are reduced (3j~^,J Vo��- .../ /��� .e.. / !
'interfeast." the formet one of tj,c
��� isl successful dramas ol man> sea
���ns and tbe latter, although a
riumph of thi playwrtter's art, a dis
tjet failure from  a  commercial polni
\ iew
Disappointed   with   Climate.
i victims to the prowess of the country ' fhienees of money is to he felt. With
marksman, bul there was no reuulat ��� ,h" increase of material wealth, social
and systematic killing as had be*rt Mfe bM s'lf'nr��'d. Gone is the old
the case in former years 'home life;  gone    the    family    altar:
The only place where there wa*'Krtnp the inclination to attend prayer
anv real aport in the deer slayin .! meeting And in their place entc the
process was up the coast, and alons , ('ard tab,p- ,he socisl dance, and the
,he left New York! the shores of Howe sound. Almost jwine r,,f n triMt> apparently harm-
til Bhe reached the valley of the every week end dozens of launch par-1 '��ss enough but terribly pregnant of
aaer, Madame Matthison was sur-; ties sel out fmrn Vam-onver and
mded by snow 11 musl be con -j was seldom that the
set!  that   the  impression  made up   OW a deer or two.
Some of the best hnntln.   was to he , '    ���
her by Ctmada and British t'oluni
la was not of the best.
.| , evil possibilities.
retMrned  with-'     Imminent  as  he believed the peril
ito he. however, the speaker declared
optimist,    and   made   a
found on Te\ada and Gambler Is
[',,* ���,.] ! me 1 was comin (ojlands, although the psrties that went
aven ** said she. "and here II Is fo_,! even further aflold manage! *o secure
g. just   as   bad     as    London"     Mr.   bettei   hags
itthlson assured her of the torn It is possible thai owing to the fact
rsrv natute of the presenl weather, that the deer were scarcer this year
a ii could be seen thai Madame! than they were last, the governmenl
ttthison remains lo he convinced      I may pass stricter regulations to apply
Welsh   Choir   Looks   Ridiculous."
During tho pleasant  fifteen minutes
;ent by  the  reporter    In     Madame
'atlhlson's society, the  Welsh  choir,
hieh has  recently   appeared   at     tho
ast, was mentioned   Thai organUa
tlon, or at least the costumes, were
i  al all pleasing to Madame Matthi
son.    "i  am ashamed  of  them,"    sh"
tared,    "They  wear their hair    in
���  modern fashion and then put the
Igh Welsh hat  on top of thai     They
tit ridiculous."
To prove her point. Madame Matthi
ui produced a photograph of herself
iiowing how she looked when
������sued In the Welsh costume
'ti.    the   Welsh   songs    manv
nexl season    A shortenlne of the season  would    he consistent    with    the
powerful appeal to his hearers to shun
the approaches of the broad and easy
path and to give themselves more and
more to ths service of Christ.
During the service, a particularly
beautiful setting of "Abide with Me"
was sung by -the choir.
limitations upon the   objects   of   the the dame straits to get milk, it means  suchi.    Clifford    cris,.!,..   L.We  Munn
deem  the  thai the price of milk will also go up.   ��M*��W SmiU,
  Promoted   Hum   drat  reader   in   Di-
Civic Government in Lethbridge.
Lethbrldge.  Dec. 18.���By an    over-
and
years
game policy  pursued   by  Mip  present I whelming majority  the  citizens  here
administration.
READY    TO    LYNCH    FOREMAN.
have expressed their opinion in favor
of adopting a commission form of
civic government- three elected commissioners with siv-yeat terms and
Like ! subject to recall.
Armenian      Workmen      Didn't
Shortages  in  Their  Pay.
ii    Catharines,   Dec   IS, Eighty Ar- I .
" '',,%T,,,l,Tu-aV,ie,,,^Kedtr Over 130 Miles or ice And
Dash  and  Metal  Works elamoted  ror. **w-w*m
the  head  of Superintendent    Long of
Ihe moulding  shop yesterday    morn-
Ing, threatening to lynch him
George Alexander, a local Armenian merchant, and an interpreter
rushed to the scene and pacified the
men.   who   returned to   work   before
said corporation as it may
public interest demands."
The income of tlie propeity shall
not be added to the principal or accumulated, but shall be expended currently for the purposes achieved by
the corporation.
College Presidents at Head.
The election of additional incorporators and the successors of all chosen
must be approved by the president of
the United States, the chief justice
of the supreme court, the president of
the senate, tho speaker of the house
of representatives and the presidents
of the following institutions:
Harvard university, Cambridge.
Mass.; Yale university, N'ew Haven.
Conn : Columbia university, New
City; Johns Hopkins university, lialti-
more, Md.; the University of Chicago,
Chicago, 111. If such election shall he
disapproved by a majority of the persons above named it shall be void.
It is the intention of Senator Gallinger to call the bill creating the
Rockefeller foundation up for consideration at an eurlv date.
Montreal
Municipal  Pawnshops. | ��� is>"�� VI. to second reader:
Dec   18.���It   was  decided'     iIifis   B     Archibald, .teacher.
' Nearley,
Snow on Fruitless Quest
Vidal
by tbe city council this afternoon to I ����*����. ��� Alexander Jamieson, Way
insert in the proposed amendments to; Campbell, George Drew. Philip Dear-
tie city charter a clause empowering | man, A. Agnes Matheson, George
the city to establish municipal pawn! ��ent. Sarah Matheson, Nettie Neth
BhoDS along the lines of the famous i erby, William Woods, David Wong,
Mont de Piete of Paris. This, how-, and Charles Sjmmes.
ever will have to run the gauntlet of Promoted from junior two to Beuio>
the 'legislative  committee  before    it  two class.   Twenty-five pupils, but the,
___  ' names are not at hand.
Gambling Club Is Held Up. Promoted from Division VIII. to Di-
Xew    Yoik.   Dec.   IS.���Seven   men j vision VII.:
walked    into a  tenderloin    gambling      Miss G. Wells, teacher; Arthui Tet-
cl'ub early  tbis morning, held up the  ieyi Ormaby' I^ee, Alvin Stirling, Mar-
twenty-flve inmates and robbed them   g^u   Benson.   Ella   l!erglund,  Jaxeei
of all their money aud
exact   amount  of  the
known.
valuables. The
haul    is    not
which  Madame Matthi-   noon after it had heen announced that
' 'Long had heen dismissed pending
The pictnre,
ioa kindly presented to tho reporter.
ihowa a pleasant, short young woman.
Steed    in   the    national   Welsh cos-
ume, apron, half gloves, high hat and
���II.    Her hair    was   combed    tightly
��vai her ears,    and  held    in at    the
aci hy a little larn cap.
This   waa   Kate   Wynne,   known   tti
ie time the photograph was taken as
the Linnet,   of Wales;    the    famous
mger whose nam�� appears on the
ime program,  with tho aamo prom
"^nce, as that of Pafti an-d Albanl.
Madam* Matthison Intends to mak#
��� home with her son in New West-
-uister.
Winnipeg,   Dec    IS.���Through   what Clmli  and   toward  llie  northeast cor-
is alleged to have  been a misunder- ner of Lake Winnipeg,
standing    between    an     cnrploymon;       Th<M. went ,0 r.imU bv rail, di'ove a
,n ' agency and a lumber compnny. thirty n
men    walked    for    almost    a   week v ��� ��� ���
h'iJ Through   the frozen  country of  Lako found  the roads so heavy  that  they
B, s  hav. not heen able  ���gVr,��        t���of eTOpiovment and had to walk most of the time.    The
d shortages in their pay | W��nnipeg ,n quest  "^^ de3. team was sent back and they proceed
)n Saturday one of fbeW w��m in y . ed on fo��
tination,  half fro_en  and ill-fed. they
investigation
The foreign
to understan
envelopes.    On
number complained of a shortage. ��"|-T";v.L   ���   ft ntght 0f 3ieep to
a result  of which it it claimed  that j �����ror<>rcea �� m6.,eg of |cg ,,ncl   lake and started across together.    It
Superintendent Long pocketed the en-  ret"��� "       -     ��� 01ml,_ | was  bitterly  cold   weather and  after
velope  and felled  the foreigner  with   t.      ���  '
blow in t
foot to the lake crossing
The two batches of men met at the
he face from an iron bar
BUYS  FOR
Thev arrived back in Winnipeg yes-, almost  two days of walking through
fo, i,v and are now   through License deep snow they were nigh exhausted,
Frank Kerr   attempting   to  but started out to make Big Island.
""���* ���   ���������'������ in fact it was so
MONTREAL'S  REVENUE
IS SEVEN MILLIONS
-"SU00C9TS"--�� HsS3BS,��3ij_*_a3 &-r^
Montreal, Dec.    18.���The    following
<iement   was sent  to  the board of
'ontrol   yesterday,   by   the   city con-
���'Her,  showing  the amount, of    the
revtniu  of tbe  city  for  the  current
AsaesBment roll of 1010. $OM,:W3.
Water ratesu $8^8,011.
���'ts1n#sa (ax, $612,888.
Other rtfifgoua to November
*"ilmat�� of December. jWHl*
Total, >7,00B,2I4.
8,  $!������
Chicsgo. Dec. 18���Mi* ami
Michael Rgan, of New York began a
trip around the world from the La
Salle hotel. B��an, a capitalist, re-
.ontlv retired, came to Chicago with
his wife last Saturday. While sitting
in their aparlments at the hotel
watching the crowds on MldiBon
Btfget, he turned to his wife and sa Id,
"Let's take ft ride," to which she
promptly replied, "Let's."
"Where she wo go?" he wked.
"Oh any old place, just to we ride,
She replied. He went to th* hold
Stf, end in t* ��!�������� returned
with' 11700 wortli of railroad and
rti'h.p tickets that will take them
to China, Australia. Swope and the*
to New York.
Mrs. i them on a terrific wild goose chase
to walk  chain
style, and every little while a man
To 'take 7he"story "from "the start would slip into the water up to his
,nd relate the strenuous trip of   the knees, only to be pulled back to the
men Through the cold and Ice it Is surface by the rest of the party.
Sated by Manager Smith, of the Busi- On    the lake, the men state, they
Jess A" Commercial and Employ- met Thompson, who told them that it
ment bureau on Logan   avenue, that was all  right, to go ahead.    When
-m the  fifth of    this    month   B. B. they arrived at the camp late Friday
Phompson, manager of the Thompson night  after waging since Thursday
3 company, came to his place morning, the foreman refused to sign
n   mSess  and'ieft   an   order   for their contracts   stating that he had
hlrty men    H* Is alleged to   have no authority to do lo and th.t to addi-
tated that if the men started before ���� >>����������^ther food nor work for
timber 16 they would have to pay ������h a large gang.
December 16 they
their own fares. On December 13 and
14 Smith found batches of men ready
to pay their own way, and they left
for the preserve, of the company oa
Big   Island,   sixty-five   mllet   from
Saturday morning at breakfast time
they procured a email meal and start*
ed on tha return   Journey,   slightly
(Continued on Page Fear.)
MONTREAL   WAS   A
BUSY   PORT    IN   1910
Montreal, Dec. lS.-The official figures for the Port of Moutreal show
an Increase in every department.
The season, which opened early,
did not close until December 1, and
there were just fourteen days more
of open navigtion that was tbe case
in 1909. Eighty-three more ships
made use of the port than during the
previous season, the figures being
719 for this year and 636 for last.
This is the biggest year for four years
past. Tha tonnage of ships using the
port also thow a marked increase. It
totals 2,'J34,722 tons. This is the first
time In nlstory that the tonnage has
gone as nlgh as two millions.
The customs revenue establishes
y��t another record. Tiie official total
is .10,833,191, over a million above
last year's figures.
Statistics supplied by the Pilotage
office show that 719 ocean vessels
came here and 310 from the lakes,
an increase of 127 all round and of
���lghty-three ocean-going vessels.
These ships carried as crews 60,891
persons, and as passengers 78,405.
The total number or longshoremen
employed on the wharves during the
season was 138,730, and an increase
of 21,164.
All the steamship companies report the transportation of a record
number of passengers. C. P. R. passenger traffic increased 30 per cent
eastbound. The westbound increase
was 60 per cent. The Allan line carried 26,143 passengers more than in
1909.
TIM only harbor department to report a decrease in business is the
Sincmaes-McNaughton Co., which
company bandies the major part of all
tha tftwing business of tho river between Montreal and Quebec. Im-
provamanta to the ohannel account
for ttta deellne.
Telford. Isabella McAskill. Hlyth��
Eagles, Margery Currle, Robert Rennie, Alice Robinson, Charles Beadle,
Leonora Reid, Thomas Kipp, Victor
Uurnett, David Boyle, Georgia Nobles
and Fred Mitchell.
Promoted from junior second
primer to senior second primer in Division VIIL.
Innis Adams, Thomas Beadle, Frank
Furness. Charles Gilespie, Uoyd Holden, Myrtle Hudson, Margaret A. Hudson, George Hepburn, Clifford Irwin,
Andrew Lee, Valentine Levis, Nellie
Matthews. John McLaughlin. Eleanor
McCallum, Frank McQuarrie, Whitney
Marshall, Edith Parsons, Eva Robertson. Violet Stead, Camilla Sand��, Margery Stoddart, Ye Sam, Douglas Turn-
bull, Albert Witt, William W. Wright.
Promoted from Division IX. to Division VII.:
Miss    M. L. Ahercrombie, teacher;
Chung Wing Yon, Lee Linn Yuen, Lea
Chen  Ling,   Stanley    Kunson.  Sbokl
Nagata, Grace Eddy. Quong Yip, Go
don     Lewis,   Thomas     Lun,  Thorn-
Ling, Edgar    Parsons,    Blake    Inni
Stella Clark, Georgina Haines, Tbot
as Yom. Clarance Baker and  Winn
Smith.
Lord   Kelvin.
Closing of Lord Kelvin school took
place Friday afternoon and was well
attended by both parents and trustees, together with the principals ot
the other schools with many of their
assistants. It ls estimated that there
were about 150 to 200 visitors.
The flve lower divisions held their
closing exercises in the lower hall,
the four senior divisions remaining ln
their rooms where they each carried
out ftieir own program. The children
in the lower divisions did their teachers and themselves ample Justice in
tha splendid way they performed
their different parts.
At different times during tbe exercises the children of tha different
divisions took occasion to present
thair taaehat irith a present, mm*
(C*nl*aed oa Paga Fixe.)
'A
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*'''U PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER
19, 1910.
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MENTAL CONDITION
OE THE SUICIDE
WANTKD ��� REPRESENTATIVE IN
Westminster and vicinity by old
Canadian life insurance company.
Special contract given to energetic
man.    Box 1!., Daily News office.
WANTKD���BY MAN AND WIFE,
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.   Apply E. W. Rossman, 129
East Columbia s treet.
WANTKD ��� A FURNISHED HOUSE
for the winter, In New Westminster.
Reply statins particulars to Box 11,
Daily News.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping    rooms;    good    references.
Apply box S, News office.
Suggestion Plays Important!
Part- Harm Also Done by |
Pictures and Descriptions
i���
Tli
WANTED���BOARDERS    FOR    PKI-
vate boarding house; first, class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTKD���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write flre insurance in tlie district;
only good producer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded lo A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver. B. C.	
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
FOUND.
FOUND���A SERE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for either man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at any time free of charge with E.
Greyell, 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���A NEW FOUR ROOM
cottage on cleared lot, one minute
from car, No. '��2' Alherta street,
Sapperton.    Price $1500;  $350 cash,
->y
72
balance every three months for
years at 7 per cent.   Apply owner,
W. Hatt-Cook, a21 Front street.
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. R., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. CD., P. O. Box 29
city. tf.
Tlie subject of imitative suicide lias
recently attracted attention in the
public press. The mental condition
of an individual who commits suicide
is difficult to fathom. In one class of
case a person will fancy that hc is he:
ing constantly persecuted, that he is
always watched, or that he i.s financially ruined���all these ideas being
contrary to fact; he destroys himself
in order to escape these imaginary
evils.
Such a man is obviously of unsound
mind. In another class of a case a
man has committed a crime or disgraced himself in some way, and In
order to free himself from the consequences of his act be lakes his own
life in preference to facing exposure
or the punishment entailed. Such an
individual is not necessarily insane.
But there Is yet another class: people who are subject to attacks of depression and who are ant to hrood
over real or imagined injuries. These
are weak-minded, or may be on the
horder line between sanity and insanity.
Or another class likely to act upon
some sudden impulse are the alcoholics. In these a passing suggestion
is likely to result in some deed of
violence often of a suicidal nature.
Such impulses are susceptible of being spread by imitation. Reading in
tlie newspaper of a mode of self-destruction which is likely to excite
great notoriety has been known to induce a similar act In the reader: a
suicide by coal gas, especially when
a description has been given of the
exact manner in which the deed was
carried out, has found imitators.
More particularly, however, the
sight of a particular spot or locality
where previous suicides have taken
place may induce a person, who may
hitherto .have Iieen unsuspected of
any such disposition, to destroy himself. Falls from heights especially-
come under this heading. Numerous
suicides have taken place from the
suspension bridge at Clifton. A writer
in the Yorkshire Evening News has
recentiy said that much harm is done
by pictures and descriptions, and that
imitative suicide may follow. We
agree with him that the necessary-
suggestion may be evolved by such \
means. The suggestion may act on
the conscious mind or the subconscious.���From the Lancet.
CHIEF   WAS   GRAFTING.
It
FOR    SALE���CHANCE    FOR    PORT
Mann workmen;    comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,;
three rooms, etc.    Apply 208 Front I
street, City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR   SALE  OR  RENT  BY   OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street.    Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B.,C.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
FOR SALE OR RENT���NEW FIVE
room house, panty, bath room, sine
room, open fire place; large lot, for
sale or rent, or will exchange for
part payment in good building lot,
New Westminster, Burnaby or South
Vancouver. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds.
TO RENT���NEW SIX ROOMED
house, fully modern, close in; rent
$20 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co., Ltd.
Is Charged That He Took Money
to Allow Gambling.
Blsmark, N. D., Dee. 18.���Chief of
Police Charles Reynolds, of Mandan.
has been arrested and bound over to
the fall term of court of Morton county on a charge of bribery.
Pat McGlllie, of the same city, police commissioner, has been arrested,
charged with allowing a "blind pig"
to be run in a building owned by him,
and a warrant lias been sworn out for
the arrest of Sheriff Olson, of Morton
county, who is charged with the same
offense.
All of the cases, it is understood
are the result of a Sunday closing
order which has been strictly enforced in Mandan for the past three
or four Sundays. The specific charge
against the chief of pollce is that he
accepted two checks for $60 each
from Tobin and Huerst, proprietors of
a poolroom in which it is alleged that
a gambling game was allowed to run,
and the proprietors charge that the
$100 was paid for poolroom rent.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
��OOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS.  AP-
ply   upstairs Trapp   block,   corner
���"���nlnmhl.    (treet   an/1  Clarkson
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
S p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
���*tr��Pt
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dipartment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
���md Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets  over $186,000,000.00
RAILWAY STRIKE   MAY
BE AVERTED IN STATES
_ Washington, Dec. 18.���Chairman
Knapp, of the interstate commerce
commission, has received information
that both parties to the controversy
over wages between sixty-one railroads operating west of Chicago, and
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, have agreed to mediate under
the Erdman act. In the event of arbitration the two parties each will
select an arbitrator and the mediators
a third.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
SIX choice building lots on Edinburgh
street, near Eighth avenue, only
$500 each; terms to arrange. This
is the cheapest property to be had
in this locality.
i
The Happiest Gift
and the one that brings the greatest  pleasure
to both giver and receiver is to  be found   in
Nothing else can bring such an unceasing round of pleasure, and every
time it pours forth its flood of soui-stirring melody in a reproduction of the
voice of a world-renowned singer, the lovely melody of an instrumental
selection, or the mirth-provoking merriment of a music hall star, its
victroias $ioo to $300   owners will rise up and call the giver blessed.
It is the sound reproducing instrument brought to the
highest pitch of perfection.
Easy payments
Cf Sizes, styles and prices ($15.00 up) to suit all
purses. Over 3000 selections to choose from.
**J Double-sided records are 90c. for the two.
Sample by mail on receipt of price and
10c. for postage.
(J Call at the nearest dealer's to-day and know
what this wonderful entertainer means to you.
���J Be sure to hear the VICTROLA.
G ram-o-ph o n c s
$15.00 up
Easy
Payments
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited I
MONTREAL
4$s
Remember this trade mark **%��> and you can't _o wrong
Dealers Everywhere   I
-J
Victor No. 1,   -
Victor No. 2, -
Victor No. 3,   -
Victor No. 4, -
$31.00
42.00
I Victor No.
5,
r0 00 I Victrola XII,
h'.OO | Victrola XVI,
$ 75.00
150.00
250.00
Call at our store and hear these wonderful machines play. All the latest records kept
in stock. Single side 10 in. 75c. ; 10 in. double side, 90 ; 12 in. single side, $1.25 ;
12 in. double side, $1.50.
Easy Payments on Gram-o-phones  if desired.
You are welcome in our store whether you buy or not.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Now Is the Time to Invest
NOTICE !
TO THE PUBLIC, MERCHANTS,  RAILWAY CONTRACTORS, SHIP
OWNERS AND OTHERS.
OVER   TEN   MILES   OF   WATER   FRONT.
Dockage with trackage, on Fraser river and North Arm in 75 lots,
in city of New Westminster and surrounding districts of Richmond,
Sunbury, Annacis Island, Lulu Island, South Westminster, Brownsville, Port Mann, Coquitlam, Matsqui and Parson's Channel, with
trackage.    Can sell any of the above on easy terms.
Port Mann lots and acreage on easy terms.
Dairy, fruit and chicken ranches in Surrey and district, ranging
from two acres to 640 acres, at all prices and terms.
A. G. Marshall
���  Phone F507 Soi;th Westminster
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
j Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
_..,_.  '������   and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
TWELVE lots on Tenth avenue west) SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
��H 3,500 Tone, 7,000  Horsepower,
Ivi   320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
on the highest ground In the city.
These lots will double in value in
the near future; only $500 at the
present time, on easy terms.
ALSO choice building lots on Dublin
and London streets, west of the
orphanage, excellent view property.
This will some day be the most
popular residence section, as the
location is unexcelled.
MEW WESTMIN8TER BRANCH,
���G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
LOOK! Is this a snap? Large lot and
two houses near car and water
front, at Sapperton, rents for $17.00
per month; price $1600; only $300
cash, and the balance to be paid
as rent.   Owner must sell at once.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628  and  746  Columbia  tt.
New Westminster.        i
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6,   7,  8  and  every   half
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
20-minute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday���20-minutes
service  from  8  a.  m.   until  11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-minute service from 6:10 a. m. until  11:30  p.  m.     Sunday���20-minutes
service from 8:10 a. m.  until   11:30 p. m.
LULU  ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Kburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:    .
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
SfBJ-.^r**^. FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Monday*
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart. S. S. "Prince^Albert" will leave Prince Rupert noon Friday, Dec. 28rd, f"r |0"
Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte. City, J*'"'
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago ani
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toionto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Kails, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
Special Holiday Rates to Victoria for Sailings Dec. 24th and Dec. 31st
For time tables, illustrated literature, and all Information api'b *��
HARRY G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent,
527 Granville St.   Phone 7100. Phone 30(10.
GENERAL AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC  STEAM8HIP  LINES.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
'HHSUCCE8SORS   TO   LEE'8  FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.     716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER. MON
daVi DECEMBER  19, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
<���--*-
PAGE THREE.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laa?e and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid  on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
"Nsiness   Account!    opened
0D favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER SEES HALCYON DAYS
AGAIN FOR ROSSLAND
Goid Watcie, Ior L*flieB from M��n
���ft
Silver
16 00.
Silver
P-50 up
A.ent   tor   Walth&m
V7atcbe*.
Watch
Wa.cbeg,   genu'   0_st* taw
Vi'atcbee, genu' op*&   case,
��� " )      l. . in
NEW
WESTMINSTER   I
BRANCH
618 Columbia Street.
repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landing.
The   New  Sternwhee'er
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
P. A. O'Farrell Still Optimistic Regarding Future
of the Kootenays.
WOULD    BAR     PYTHIANS.
Lawyer Atkt That Order Be Kept Out
of New York State.
BRAIN WORKERS
vho get little exercise, fee! better all round ior
an occasional dose of
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, wltb
passenee.-B ancl freight  as follows:
Leaves Now Westminster Tuesday
'Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
I Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri-
1 day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
j First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Ihe Central hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimate*
of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given   on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thcrrson   Blk.
Phone   388
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tit* 1 :;onn 119.      Barn 'Fione 117
Columbia Street.
hirsge   delivered    promptly   ^
any part of tie city.
ftit and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.. Foot of  Sixth.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
W. P. WHITE
tect and  Building  Constructor.
alls) in Steel. Reinforced ('mind Modern Building Construe-
.alephone ��m*>-
r   13   Dominion  Trust   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Painters. Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.1
NEW WESTMINSTER ��� B. C
Rossland, Dec. 18.~A
visitor to Rossland has been P. A.
O'Farrell, the well-known Journalist,
who, alter completing a 10,000-mile
journey through Canada with T. P.
O'Connor has heen spending a few
dav- with J. S. C. Fraser.
"1 am alwa\s glad to come hack to
Rossland and see the friends of the
early pioneer days," he said in an interview. "Those were stirring times,
fifteen years ago���times never to he
forgotten. We all saw great fortunes
in the mines of Rossland then. All
the world was young and hopeful, hut
none of us saw at that time the wonderful future that was hefore the Kootenays as the orchard of the British
empire. Great as was the wealth ex
pected from the Kootenays in gold,
i-i^t-r. lead, zinc and antimony, far
greater will he the wealth that the
: gardens and orchards and dairy farms
will produce.
1 rememher when there was not a
' hut   or  a  log cahin  hetween   Rohson
and  Arrowhead, save at   Nakusp,    a
stretch of L'tiO miles of shore-line with-
j out  any  habitation.    And  flow every
spot  available for an orchard or gar-
I den is heing cleared and homes have
| arisen along the shores of the beautiful  Arrow lakes  from  end to    end.
. And   up   here   at   Rossland are   now
tards  growing   apples,  pears  and
; cherries  equal  to  any  grown  in  the
richest regions of the glohe.   The orchards of the Kootenays will yet as-
! tonish  the  whole  world.      You  have
: here the soil, ihe climate and the humidity just suited to the most luscious
fruits, and I am glad to find that Rossland   is  still  the  richest  gold-prodnc
ing district in Canada.      Rossland is
now producing more gold than ever in
its   history,   and   the   latest   developments justify the prediction that in a
year or two from now Rossland will
he   producing  double   the  amount   of
gold she is producing today.   The new-
wonderful   district   of  Porcupine  will
most likely surpass Rossland in time.
but when   great   ore   bodies   running
$60 in gold to the ton are found 2000
feet beneath the surface pf Rossland's WHITESIDE
mountains,   one   can   understand   the '     "
remark of one of the shrewdest mining men of the country: 'Why, the
gold deposits lying underneath Hoss
land have not yet been scratched.'
Moreover, the recent developments
in the south belt argue astonishing
results in time, for, Rossland.
"its halcyon days will come again,
and then it will be a land of gardens,
fruits and Rowers, as well as a land of
gold."
Albany,  N.  Y.,  Dec.   1&���Attorney-
General O'Malley today received communication    from   Milton     Buc.ky   of
i New  York,  a  lawyer, asking  him  to
j begin  an  action  against the Knights
of Pythias, one of the largest fraternal  orders in  the country, 10  cancel
: its certificate to conduct a life insur-
.   i anee business in this stale, and to ap-
distinguished | point a receiver of all assets and prop-;
erty in ihe state.    He also asks that;
the order be enjoined from doing any
further business in N'ew York.
Mr. Bucky, acting for Thomas Barber,  of  Brooklyn,  alleges  that   infor-,
mat ion    furnished    by the    supreme;
lodge of the order shows that at the !
present time it  is carrying insurance j
of the fourth-class amounting to $-0.-1
560,600 with cash on hand to pay this
totalling $615,668.    The attorney-gen!
era! has taken the letter under advisement.
"NA-DRU-CO" laxatives
They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse the
system and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared
by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
25c. a box. lf your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and
we will mail them.
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NATIONAL DRUG A CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.   2;
Russian Papers Confiscated.
Bt Petersburg, Dec. 1$.���Tester-
day's edition of the Retch and four
other daily newspapers were confiscated and their editors will be
prosecuted for lese majeste for publishing at length the speech in the
duma by M. Purishkevitch in connection with interpellations as to the
behavior of the police on the occasii r,
of the recent student meetings held
in protest against the alleged cruelties inflicted on political prisoners.
The offence of lese majeste is punishable by a term cf eight ><>..�� in the
galleys.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Christmas Dinner
December  25 th,   at  the
Royal Cafe
Dominion Trust Block. 1 2 lo 8 p.m.
" Peace on earth,  good will towards men
75c.
Celery en Branche
Consomme a la Royal
���  ���r^*-'
JOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  W1CST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tniro
Thursday of February. May, Augusl
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may ht
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
&  EDMONDS.  BARKIS-
solicitors.   Westminster
Trust Block.   Columbia street.  New
Westminster.    W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
Relishes.
Queen Olives
. ,    ���*** Soups
Bisque of Oyster a la Stanley-
Salads
Lobster Salad au Mayonnaise
Fish
Steamed Fraser River Salmon  a la Cardinale
Pomme a la Hollandaise
Crimped of Cod a la Normandie Pomme a la Baden Baden
Boiled
Boiled Westphalia Ham Glace Champignon
Entrees
Fresh Spring Lamb Chops an Petti ts Pois Pineapple Fritters
Sherry Wine Sauce Saute of Sweetbreads a la Francaise
Cutlet  de Yeai a la Chambart
Roasts
Calgary Prime Ribs of Reef, Yorkshire Pudding
Local  Milk Fed  Turkey.  Cranberry Sauce
Stuffed Domestic Goose, Apple Sauce
Stuffed Sucking Pig, Apple Sauce
Vegetables
Pomme Texreen Puree , Brown Sweet Potatoes
Sugar Corn Haricot Yert.s
Sweets
Fruit Salad, Whipped Cream Hot  Home-made Mince Pie
Lemon Cream Pie Green Apple Pie
Strawberry .Telly
Steamed Christmas Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce
Fruit N��ts Raisins
Cheese
Tea MU* Coffee
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HATT COOK
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE & ,
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and S!
Guichon block, coiner Columbia und
McKenzie streets; Vancouver tfl
flees, Williams building, 41 Gum
vllle Btreet. K. C, Wade, K. C:
A. Whefllar, W. Q. McQuarrie, 0, E
Maiiin.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
sreib
_1M\_
HECTOR  McCAIG. Manager.
Week    Commencing
Dec. 19th,
The   Potato  Merchant  and  Auctioneer,
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY   N^WS.
Front   Pt..   New   Westminster.
Phone  660.
H. .?. A.  BURNETT,
Account.-int.      Tel.
Trapp block,
AUDITOR and
R 12S      Room,
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Bamboo    Furniture
A Suitable Christmas Gift
For today and Ufittl Christmas we are
offering a shipment of Bamboo Furniture
& oHrarfivfi designs at a very low price.
Thc  Lot Includes:
Bamboo Tabic,, special price, each $1.60, *0,  *'�����>��� ��Jj
Bamboo Corner Stands, each  ��� ��� ���" ' ��� ��� '
Bamboo Umbrella Stands, each * 1!'    J'llO
Bamboo Book Case,, each from *��to ��Q0
Bamboo Music Stands, each from ��00 to 11,86
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STENOGRAPHY    *     TYPEWRITING
MISS M. HROTEN. public stenographer; BpeciBeatlohB, business M-
ters, etc: Circular Wt>rk taken.
Phone 416, Reat of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
22
d   Moving Pictures
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Rloek.   P. O. Rox fiP4.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  8HIL.EB  ft  CO.
Real   EstatP  and  Insurance  A. ents���
(Mlv.  farm   and  snmirlvtn  property,
H2S and 7R'�� Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
gfiNiON ft AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Onnip. Vegetables, etc. t'pan Block,
next to Rank of Montreal.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Cu    bunk.  Office a"'!  store  ��'""?*���
cabinet, Btalr,   shdweases, mani|H��
ami drliill w"rk     l>e9tsi>s and esti
mates fUffilstied.    t.  BfttOkes,  pro
Ll ear Mth     P. 0, bos 251, RUon.
473.
and
Vaudeville
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Admission, 10 cts.
Run  All  Week
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HOTELS.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3*4
2
W  25
and  4
II. P.
Cvcle.
KINO'S   HOTEL     - COLUMBIA   BT.
Plione IR.    Newest nnd most  up to
diitp in tbe (ity-   Terms moderate
First ClftflS eulsinr.   3. Traoliy, Prop.
Every piece of Furniture in our .lock marked
extremely low for Chri.tmaa ahopper..
HOTEL   LYTTON���M    FRONT   ST.
Phone 108.   coTTifortfibie aeeotboda
Hon.    Terms modern le.    Mci.eod ft
Wntklns. proprietors.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
I   AND BLUE PRINTING
See
'THE   SUNSET    BLUE    PRINT   CO.
| Trapp   Block.
, Phone 711. Box  160.
Galloway & Lewis
LABOR AGENTS.
''.OAST LABOR AGBNTSI MANA-
eer G. .1. SvkPS). f>2 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
nttentlon given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up. wire or
write If unable to visit us.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. Ivnte Hospital.
22:4 Townsend t'l. Maternity
and non-contatiloiig medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone ni.
Up-To-Date House Furnishers
Corner Columbia and Fourth Street
Phone 829
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings ot this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, cor-
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
everv Monday evening nt 8 o.'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. H. West> N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary,
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretary
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, tt. C.
I Phone 061 Residence Phone 133
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service INew
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver  nnd   A. :.s-
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
nnd Okanagan.    (No. 07).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. !)(!).
10:20���From Seattle and Mission.
22:50���From  Montreal  and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 07V
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay ani
Montreal (No   96).
17! 50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
H. W. BRODIE, 0. P. ***** Vancouver,
couver.
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'���__&''_****a^iWx._*_*mt*.^ r^ttm* I'A OK  FOUR
I HE  DAILY   NEWb.
MONDAY, DECEMBER  19, 1910.
m
fiie iiaily S^ews
II In I - i.-i   i)\     I tie   UiiliV   .\f��'   HuUIISU
t.   ni,i. ii>, i.iiiiit'd at ;h>'i; offlces
ht   of     McKenzie   and     Victoria
Streets.
��.  Paige Managing  Director
MONDAY, DECEMBER  19, 1910.
IMPERIAL   AFFAIRS.
A  steadily (growing interest is being displayed in the question of the
administration   of   the   empire's    affairs.   The matter is being discussed
ie   many  directions  and   from many
points of  view.    There ia a general
oonsentua of opinion that the present
arrangement of an    occasional meeting between the British cabinet and
certain statesmen from the overseas
dominions, under the title of an imperial conference  Is  no  longer sufficient and that the time has arrived
when  a  permanent  council  or  committee should be formed to administer  tho business   of the  empire    at
large,      This  is  felt to be most urgently necessary in regard to foreign
affairs.   The chief point at issue is as j
to the form and character such a body
should take.
The    proposal    put    forth  by    Mr.
James  Roberts,   M.  A.,  LL.   D.,  in' a
pamphlet  just   Issued,  contain   some
'eresting points.    It is herein sug-
ited that an imperial cabinet should
formed,   composed  of   representees of each self-governing colony of
i empire, in such proportions that
eat Britain would hold the balance
of powpr.    The members of this cabinet, the functions of which would be
purely advisory or consultative would
be elected by the people directly, or |
appointed by each of the various governments.    Any member of this cabinet would be eligible for the office of
SIM   Of   SKI IEi Alto ICEBOAT  WRECKED  IN
uui.i liu.HI , ��� ... TRIP OVER  NIAGARA
MARH NM OF DtSEKTl
Niagara    Falls,    N. Y.,  Dec.  ?.&->���
"Bojjby"  Leach's proposed  trip over
  *L w   j Niagara Falls in a "safety" life-boat,
/ ' has heen postponed for a month owing
Movement Started to    Properly    Map  ,0 wrecking of tlie boat yesterday In
a trial trip, In which it was sent over
the falls without a passenger. Leach
was opposed to the trial, declaring he
was satisfied tlie trip could be made
safely with some one in the boat to
direct Its course.
The craft went over Ihe brink, just
Places of Danger  in States of
California and Nevada.
Los    Angeles,    Dec.    Is'.-^fieetfuse
more than a score of skeletons, acat-' nol"th of the center o. the horseshoe
tered ulong his lino of travel \#erved U WaS '0St t0 vieW for a,)0Ut ten 8ec"
as a grim sign post of daog'ex and 0nds' Wllen'il appeared, bobbing on
warning of the fate that might over- jthe water at tlle l)ase of the cataract.
the'
it was seen that about   four feet of
the stern wa| gone.   A section ofj.the
craft was washed ashore. I
Leach has.jbeen through" the whirlpool rapids jeveral times. He fwlil
make, his trip over the falls as soon
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
take him during a trip through
.desert    regions rot   Califorhid   and
Nevada, George ' W. Farsons, of this
city, has been agitating the, need ofi|
public  protection    for prospect ���'��� and
public protection for jlrospectors and
travellers who venture in these waste ��8 the boat can be repaired
places. ! ���^
This work has now taken concrete
form in an effort on the part of the
Los Angeles chamber of commerce to
obtain the aid of congress ln tho sum
of $10,000 to be expended uridar the
direction of the secretary of the Interior, for the purpose of locating and
developing springs and water holes
and erection of durable monuments
near accustomed lines of travel:'"
It is Intended to cover the general
area of the desert and arid lands of
the United States, informing travellers as to the location and character
of these sources of water supply
$20,000 Dessert
It cost us over $20,000 to build the single special equipment for
making Mooney's Sugar Wafers. When you taste them you will
agree with us that the money was well spent.
For years we have made the finest biscuits and candies in all
Canada���our Perfection Cream Sodas, and Chocolate Chips alone
prove this. Now we offer you what we believe is our greatest
creation���Mooney's Sugar Wafers.
Tenders are invited for the erec-
Ion and completion of new warehouse
for Kelly, Douglas & Co., Ltd., Vancouver, to be built on the corner of
Tenth street and Carnarvon street,
New Westminster, B. C. Plans and
specifications may he seen at the offices of Gardiner & Gardiner, architects, Westminster Trust block, New
Westminster, or at Kelly. Douglas office Vancouver.
-. ,-        ,    Sealed tenders to be delivered not
The stiVe of_ California already bas'-} later than  noon,  December 20,  1910,
at the offices of Gardiner & Gardiner.
The   lowest    or   any   tender    not
necessarily accepted.
appropriated $5000 for this work and
moro than 300 iron guide posts with
directing arms liave been 'erected
within its borders. The proposed national legislation lias been embodied
in a bill which California representa
tives will be asked to introduce.
EXPLAINS SEA'S COLORING.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Re-Survey of City.
Property owners intending to erect
stone or concrete boundary walls, or
Gulf stream blue and the more north
ern ocean green? The answer is that
it has been proved that the.blueness
of sea water is in constant ratio to Its
saltiness. In the tropics, says Answers, the tremendous evaporation in
duced by the blazing sun causes the
water to be much more salt than it is
in higher latitudes. For about thirty degrees both north and south of
the equator the waters of the worlds
oceans are of an exquisite azure. Be-
^^^^^ . yond these  latitudes the color iades
imperial prime minister, whilst port- an(j changes to green, and in the Arc-
folios would be assigned to others, tic and Antarctic oceans the greens
The dissolution of the cabinet would | are almost as vivid as the tropical
be at the pleasure of the king in the
ordinary way.
  [fences, should refrain from doing so
Why Gulf Stream  Is Blue and  More  until the re-survey of the city is corn-
Northern Ocean Green.        ,      plete. as there is no provision in the
New   York   Dec.   *       Why ii}  th'e!special surveys act
^^^^^^^^^^^^ lllowing for compensation should the existing boundaries prove inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, November 24, 1H10.
The    author   considers   his     plan
would tend to strengthen and co-ordi-
blues U
The extraordinary blueness of the
Mediterranean has two causes. ' One
is that very few large rivers nm Into this sea; the second that the Med-
natc the foreign policy of the empire, i
and    that Inasmuch  as the    cabinet.1
iterranean   Is   practically   landlocked,
being exposed to a powerful sun, |
, evaporation is great.    By actual test'
, the waters of the Mediterranean are
heavier and more salty than thoseot
particularly' the Atlantic.
1 l>,,f        l.liwi      A*
would be independent of party, evils
of party strife would be eliminated
This    body  would deal    r    . .
' ���_   f__       But blue and green are not the only
with such matters as commerce, tar-  co]org  observed  ln  thft  wortd.s  ���eas
iffs, treaties of a commercial nature,
international bbundaries   and   rights,     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
and means and methods of defence. It  tf enormous length was observed run-
ui    . r.r.���,A k�� nlng parallel with the gulf stream.  It
is also urged that this cabinet could be       ^ frQm Cape ^.^ tQ ^
created without social legislation. As Hatteras, and was undoubtedly caua-
and oceans. In January, 1909, a river!
of yellow water three miles wide and
to the last matter, however, we doubt
whether this would be advisable or
even possible, as the creation of suck
a body would involve what is to all in
tents and purposes a constitutional
change.
Mr. Roberts' scheme is open to
some objections. For instance It
seems to us that the functions of a
simply advisory and consultative
body could just as well be performed
by an ordinary council under the direction of a president. Again there
would seem to be no necessity to create departments for cabinet control.
It is also a matter for consideration
whether Great Britain should possess preponderating influence upon
the council or cabinet. Now, however, that this question has come so
prominently to the front It is likely
that it will be considered at tlie next
imperial conference.
ed by some tremendous submarine
upheaval, probably of a volcanic nature.   It remained for several ,w,eekr
Again about nine years ago the sea
turned almost black off a large portion of the California coast. The
whole of Santa Cruz bay assumed this
������'���"'���".enlinary inky hue, and fishing
-������.me abruptly to an end. In this case
the darkless seems to have been
ed-mi by millions of tiny animal-
culac isiawn as whale food. ;
The sell reddish tint which is occasionally seen . n the Red sea, and
which haa given that sea its name,
haa a similar cause. The water becomes full of microscopic algae���tiny
weeds. '���  J *;i.
China's Yellow sea is usually 'supposed to owe its origin to the flood of
muddy water which its great rivers
pour into it. But her again modern
scienceh as proved that living organisms are responsible.
Occasionally, and for some caiise.as
yet undiscovered, great areas of tlJt
ocean turn milk white. In March,
1904, the passengers and crew of a
Japanese merchant vessel steaming at
night between Hong Kong and ����H��'
hama, ran into a snow white Sea, not
an opaque, phosphorescent surface,
but an expanse of pure snow white,
having a dazzling effect upon the
eyes. The phenomenon lasted fer six
hours and so alarmed the passengers
that not one slept that night
Over 130 Miles of
Ice On Fruitless Quest
(Continued from page one)
awed out, but still weary from the
rd trip in. I
The  walk  back  to Gimli   was    ac-
mpllshed with  the assistance of a I
v settlers who furnished some food
ad yesterday the men came back   to
Winnipeg.
Thompson has not reached the city,
but is expected Monday, when the
matter will be thoroughly gone into
and prosecutions may follow.
The men who were the victims
gathered yesterday at the license inspector's office. Tliey told their story
of suffering and privation. All had
been hard up and out of work and
had started on the tedious journey in
hope of getting work for the winter
months. Most of them are now suffer
tag from severe colds. ^	
It is likely that legislation will   be'    T"ke Notice that I, William Robert
sought to regulate the applications for'I)ick> of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
Stop the Leaks
inYourCbaIBi
Ure ;. Curncy.Oxford
range and r.ivv 20 per cent.
of your coal bill.
The "Chancellor" ,hov r
here is thc finest steel ranj f
made by the we'.! kao\ ���:
Gurney - Oxford Compan
Therc'r, no better to be ! i '
in the country. Made ;.���
more styles and sizes t! an
any steel range cn the mar
ket, with every late devi c
Mooney** Supar Wafers
Mooney'* Sugar Wafers are made with double layers of crisp,
spicy biscuit crusts. Each layer is a delight���between is a rich
delicious cream, a combination of sweets that can't be duplicated.
This luscious cream is made in many flavors���from real fruits.
At luncheon or dinner today instead of serving the usual
dessert try Mooney's Sugar Wafers. Let their delicious
taste today decide your desserts of the future.
You can get this dainty dessert in
dust and damp proof wax-
paper-lined tins at your
grocer's.   10 and 25
cent tins.
The Mooney Biscuit and
>���,.*���.>     trt**Ti*aT**_l ,tf.i.. -y.'-fB'T .1***.
iTOIX,
for economy
ence.
an.
convc::.
by the new Austrian transport regu
lations. The Continental season has
been so appalling that France and
Germany are exporting few of the
birds, while America, which promised
some years ago a fair number of turkeys, does not do so because of the
increased consumption at home. The
English turkey has been affected by
the wet early season.
Theodore Lubbe Dead.
Victoria, Dec. 18.���Theodore Lubbe,
the originator and    builder    of    the
Esquimalt water plant, died here yesterday morning, aged 02 years.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Material is the best i:> lie
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir bn
either end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop d-)or on warming clos-'
et. Divided oven flue, t
insure bven baking. Br< i -
er top. Thermometer on
oven dp or if desired. Ma !
for coal ' r wood. Besi^::;
these special feature >���
A Great Chance
You have perhaps never had such chances to buy splendid Christmas Gifts as
now. The great removal sale at T. Gifford's the Jeweller, is ceriainly an event.
A glance at the following lists of Diamonds, Watches, Cut Glass. Silverwear, etc.,
.mu convince you that we mean what we say.
Orders by mail from out of
town filled at once, if goods
are not already sold. If they
are sold money will be refunded.
50 Alarm Clocks
Reg. $1.25
Sale   Priee 50c.
Any one may secure any
article by paying a deposit
and paying balance when
goods are wanted. Make
selections at once.
One-Third to One-Half Cost Price
These are all regular high class goods, and  are  exactly as represented.    Re
member^that everything not enumerated in our advertisement is included in this sale
heal estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
|bounded as follows:    Commencing at
post planted  200 yards above tide
Rater on the river entering the head
| of Dralney's  inlet, thence  north TOO
| ���hains. tlience west 50 chains, thence
, south   100   chains,   thence   east   50
'l'lains to post of commencement.Pur-
      [pose for which it is required, quarry-
nental   complications.      While  prices ing.
are rising, the cheap Servian turkeys, I WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
which come via Austria, are cut off     Dated September 26th, 1910.
men employed through agencies.
ENGLAND     SHORT   OF   TURKEYS'
Cheap Servian Supply Cut Off; Other,
Countries Exporting Little.
London, Dec. 18���England is suffering from a diminished supply of tur-
l;eys    owing   to   the  various     conti-
The OXFORl
ECONOMIZE!
Mill krep j3Lr fire t'oinrf al [rmffil poSfcibi
tost for fofl. Will save ttt leasl 20 pr r ern)
nf I he iohl job m* u.sr aud Mil tukti ,.
t o'.*u>i odors up (he tMrnner-
You'll savo money every day yov
2 a Gurnoy-Qxford.   Ax.ti alwayo grei
more satisfactory   results   from
cooking. ^^^^^^^mm
Lol us ctemonstrota to you (lie
Eco mniiz'T," a-id tho other Gurney*
Oxford points of superiority. See how
per foe I a good raftgo can be. Wo will
also show you other Qurney-Oxford
stoves and ranges for everv purposoand
fir anv kind" of fuel, On d'splin
our floor? all the time.
Get acquainted with tho best
known! best liked stoves and ranges In
all Canada. And do *| now���for the good
Of youi' pockotbuok.
i
i.
you
Watch Specials.
Boys' regular $1.50, a few left
at .    75c
Boys' regular $2.50; sale price
at   $1.50
Girls* Gun Metal Watch: a few
left at   $3.00
Girls'' Silver Watch, regular
$8.50;  sale price   $6.00
Girls' Open Face, 25-years guaranteed case; fitted with reliable movement, regular J If):
sale price $10.00
Ladies' Hunting 25-year 14k
gold filled case fitted with
Waltham or Elgin movement.
Regular $18, sale price $12.00
Ladies' Solid Gold 14k., regular
$35, sale price    $25.00
Gents' gold filled 14k., regu'ar
$15;  sale price   $8.75
Diamond Rings.
Solitaire Diamond Ring, regular
$18;   sale price    $12.50
Solitaire Diamond Ring, regular
$45;  sale price  $33.00
Solitaire, regular <!.r>; sale
price   $45.00
You will find similar reductions on all our Diamcfhd
Rings. We have a fine range
to choose from up to $400.00
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DECEMBER  19,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
i'agk nu
SPORTINGNEWS
fflRff WINS FOR
|ISCHOOL MB
I FIRST SUtCER GAMES
lr
AMERICAN "PUGS"
j Tulips managed lo crawl out
����������
Shops
Villa
B      ..-   by   Schoolboys���
ca'is to Live Up   to
ts  Reputation.
Na-rts.i*
.   . ieaxue opened in a
11   ^ giorj    n Saturday, out    th��
.      v j  tne  Rangers ui
- most of the glory bs
a was oTer
''Riliv" P��i .  t- ''��asue. ha\e I
Ij'"-   PaPkeand '���Jimmy'*|Thesuariow*,
Clabby Popular in Australia in Their First Fights.
i&;ue last ^eek ihe
top
the heap. with s few jK?,r.ts to
spare The Wallflower! are right after them and coing strong, while the
Hoses, once the Mag rms ia rhe
league, hare had a slight fal'ir.g oS
s and Daisies are below
I the hori:on. The following is the
Wending to date
��� Hie'1
be **������'
i 10 F
e ��f;M*
Ij gch . 1. which was re_arri
link in the chain ot
ti '*'��� *
gm(i throturh nob'.y and m��>
look like the sound
....    ::.n,  heating them by t,
1 j',.,,        nothing.
w  'esnll,   v.   ���   f.ist   in   spot*
' ,>���.   teams  played   certain'
re
Tlie  I"
sn,1
ine
the  future    of    the
jh school   has   Hr'ir*
Tf'" '��� ��� ' ' at- which prom -,--
*��In( I' ��� ��� :.,;.;-.?i in Australia
" ' "-"������������" ol ce Atneri-
can   ; iga, ��� wl. i were sent to the Antipodes, have had matches ��nd in all
three    ��� ei  carried  the ,ur��    and
es to vi-tory
- according to ad-
rices lost received, had no difficulty
in disposing if Edward Williams. The
Tulips 	
' Wallflowers
Roses   .   ..
Sunflower*
��� Daisies    ...
Won
.  13
. . 15
. 12
. . 5
..    3
Lost
r,
6
13
If.
Pet
;i4
27 S
1��7
High score���Archam'.'ault.    Daisies.
119.
High average three games���Carrie,
Tulips. 1ST.
High team  came���Wallflowers. SP4
lil. h total  for  three  games���Wallflowers. :<:6
There is s match came or. for everv
.I,.,      ��� the RoTere  playing
a sml the wit the
*. red  probably  h��d    s
"   to with die victory.    But
i.'i
iu
(���i
_^^_^^_^^^   tin
hool  tos   showed   that   th��T
fte1 n t football somewhere
f '.       en were plenty of men
'.., >,**,���������        ��� showed up quite m
u       -       ihe car shops men
I I record.
|.",f.tV   \     ���   rth   had   no   trouble
WdHm        e    came,    which  wsi
��� isd faal    II eould be seen th.v
the  players  on  bo-h
,,i  j lol   to   learn   about   tl a
the educational idea was n
|getor in the    formation    of the
snd  after   a   few   games   the
miraess   I some of the recruit?
probably - ear off.
Rangfs Victorious.
tame, wliich was the
��� of the    10, there  was not  so
jnrPrra>   owing possibly  to the
I {tit tbe two teams, Aston Villi*
[lie Rangers,  did   not   represent
institution or  faction.
:jmi>   w.is   inl ere'tint:
watchinc      After the
scared  a  lead  of one
"ment   was   fierce   and
1  ���  -��*y  until  the end of
The   final   score  wns  two
Ivor of the Ranuera.    The
i�� ��� ontest was not  so en-
:���-   '^d as    in     the    other
Isnaget Coldicutt has been
���ilerable trouble in round-
'."i     He did not start  as
others.
I'.1" ���'���ton team Is now the
���A y�� in the league and the
SAif Saturday will be looked
��with great interest for lease ii to how the teams wlll
mr*- thev have all been seea
IfcM
BU which  took   place  at  Sydney,'ni^ht, except  Saturday, of this  week
The following it the list:
Dec   lit��� Daisies vs.  Sunflower*.
Dec.  lit��� Tulips vs. Wallflowers.
Dec. 21��� Vancouver  here.
Dec. --���E. Z. Marks vs. Shamrocks.
Dec. .3���Dalalee vs. Roses.
ln the average column Currie. who
had held the lead ever since the
lea. ue started, dropped to third place,
and Marshall took charge of the roof.
W. Sloan comes along second with
some score, and Currle has a lead of
four points over the next man. The
first ten men on the list are:
Marshall, Wallflowers 100.4
W. Sloan, Sunflowers W4.1
Currie, Tulips    163.4
Archambault, Daisies    159.13
McAdam, Wallflowers   15S.19
Steele, Daisies   168 2
ws, attended hy    crowd of ten thou-.
s��n,l     In  the sixth  round, seventeen
���** -.'�����: the star-. Williams wea
counted out   ���Jommy'   Clsbby made a!
great hit when he put out "Bob" Bry.,
Rnt   on   November  2  at  Sydney,  but
"Cyclone"  Thompson   wasn't  popular
when   on   faring  Rudle    Unholz.   tl.e
gritty   little   German   boxer,   it   was
I that  the latter wrb giving considerable     weight.       The    "Cyclone"
won in the sixth.
���Simply   a   Fighter.
Commenting on  Papke's   first   performance  an   Australian  paper  say*:
"Papke proved himself a fighter pure,
and simple���he does not lay claim to
being   anything   elsa    He  reminded GllVhrist,'Tulips ".'.'..'.'I,'.'.'. V. .164 !ll
! n
Bin HM
I I.   f I ���
one a good deal of Tommy Burns ln
style. The way he danced and shot
out his left hand was almost similar
to t.ie ex-world champion's best.
Papke Is very cool, in fact nothinc
seems to worry him. A perpetual
smile playg across his face except now
and a...iin when something extra-
serfous is contemplated. The "loop-
ine-loop' blows, flrst shown to Australians by Rudle Unholz was used a
gixid deal by Papke and proved most
Chamberlin, Sunflowers    154.1
O'Connor, Roses 153.7
Corbett. Hoses    161.19
From ten o'clock this morning the
competition for the Chamberlin bowling shield ls on. The rules are rather
strict in spots and can stand some
close study and then considerable
meditation. Tere are the conditions
of the contest:
1.    Open to local howlers only.
High score for week counts one
Santa
Claus
headquarters
in
New Westminster
For ali the
Yen eat and cajoy at
Christmss Time
ii ������
S.    Four wins secures shield.
4. In event of a tie there is no win.
5. Scores   with   an  error   will     he
thrown out.
6. N'o scores under 200 will count.
7     All games cash and any bowler
in debt to the house making a high
score falls to count.
Bute now roustabout.
*"������*-���'.  Great Nephew    of    Poet,
Works in Oil Fields.
ihtcUuo,    Dec. IS��� "Johnny '
i rei: i.aphew   of   Kid ward   Allan
fo'ind     his    niche.     Having
-'   ��� .blistered and goldmined
effective.  .Williams   was  puzzled   by I wj
i',  no    doubt    wondering    where    it]     ;
sprang  from.    Very often  Papke was
open but the probabilities are that he I
leaves  himself tbat  way  in  order  to'
entice bis opponent over and so get in
and deliver a punch himself. At other
times    he   was    extremely   clever  in'
'stalling' his head, and once Williams
missed him so badly with a left swing
that   the   force   of   the     blow   swung1
him off his feet."
Clabby a Wonder.
Of Clahby one paper says: " 'Jimmy' (Tabby, the welterwetghi cham
pion of America, is the greatest fighter that cotuitry has sent to Australia
for many years     Before a large crowd
he kmx-ked    out  the    Sydney wlier.	
weight.    Bob'   Bryant,  early    In    thflt#ach��re receiving several  preeeuls
seventh  round,  with a right crows on
the jaw,  after  beautifully  timing the
punch.   The American, who Is not yet I ?".������
four
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(Continued  from   Page One ��
*V lh
.1  far  In  life, he  bas be-
lirt.
tii
stabout in the Hakersfield
inal     Mr. Poe said al the St
I thli morning.    "It's  just   the
��� '�������� n looking for    all    these
There's so much variety.   One
I"ft* ;   Hing pipes and oleantng
��� muck.    Next day you're put-
lit* pipes back Into the ground.
��� Hit <hr you're    making   steam
And so lt goes."
'<'������' egan his career of adven-
Pi batting his way through the
|el��\.'ii8 that lined up agaiust
*'on    I!e was the hardest    line
*���* 1*11    ack  Old    Nassau    ever
T Then he turned to butting his
Wloagli the    nrmles   of Central
irtca, where  he  went to  have a
|k the t.,ipot  rebellions of   the
feani
rward   lr. Poe went lo Alaska,
lw r :   surveying   lines   ove.-
Wra and dug the gold out from
en that  grew tame, and
>:* went to Nevada where    lie
* ��UI   a  pick and drill In the
m
���mei
let }..
-���:���. '
a day    and    found    ai
Mr.     Poe    said.     "Thai
l��WWng for $4 a dayjn  Nevada
I bliy|nK
lr own grub.'
���M0
I Be ro
PWonlzi
' Millar
Is pr
...:.
8a *���:.������
���'
' to
.  :      it.hont
Pired i,.
nna
;��� :
lire ���
���
���
��� 3  New  Airship.
N. J., Dec. IS.���Work-
Frank Mille., an em*
Killson works here, lias
.''plane he believes will
aviation.     Aaaodated
;' -'���ph Kabin.    The ma
'���������ally   completed,    andj
>re  working  on another
type.    The distinguishing
Miller    airship    Is    Hi
rise   directly    from    tbe:
the      momentum
a  preliminary  start    on
The secret of this Is no"
ie Inventor, but. he said
'   was  obtained   by
"derating Independently
Miller   said   some of
I Ite    IbOM    of    the
twenty-one years of age, was mm .
IhiiiiiiU lighter than hls opponent The
bOZMV presented a marked contrast
as they shed their coats. Clabby, lull
and long In the arms showed e gleam
lng white skin while llrynnl, short
end stocky, was sun-tanned. Clabby
bas a phenomenal reach and many
times during the contest he put tils
left gleve lit Bryant's face and kept
eff. When the bell sent them to-
er Clabby walked In with the
'don't-seem-to-care' air characteristic
of most American boxer. . Hut he was
soon busy pounding a left bund (Iih.1.
Into the face with the speed of the
dart of a snake's tongue Hack went
Ilryant's bead and soon the blond be
t'.an to flow. Vainly but gallantly the
Sydney lad endeavored to get to clous
ijiiarters but that left band always
pulled him up while a swift rfghl
across todl hlm that there wan danger
lurking there also."
Here Is the account, of the flninli;
"The end came ln tiie seventh
round, when a right on the Jaw seat
Bryant to the titjor. 'lie's out,' said
Clabby, with an appealing tone In li lu
voice  lo  the referee     'No,  I'm    not,'
feebly gaaped the plucky Bryant, as
he tiled to rise Hut he could not,
and tbe tatal 'out' was culled by Itef
eron Snowy' Haker Just as I lie? townl
was sent In  from  Ilryant's corner "
"Cyclone" Thompson does nol ap
pear to have made as favorable an
ImpreMlon   in   the    Commonwealth
Tbfl Sydney Telegraph .ay�� "Th'irnp-
son came from America with the rep
utation of heln . ri cycionlc fighter, but
h"   showed   nothing   that   would   tear
up anything by tbe rood lad Mscht ������
After the children imd departed to
their home,   the teucliprn of Iind  k��.
hool   Invited   lhe  (runlern      Kev
!lt.  lennle. the principals of tbr> other
public lObOOll, Mlsn ClaiU. Mi QOfc
. thaip, Mr M, Ken.-ln mul ,.|Ik-iu I,,
< Miss Mai'sbnU'n room. wIipip II. hi  t*>
fienhnieutn   were   nerved        \\*?tp   a
very enjoyable lOCl&l and prOQt&ble
| hour   wae  e|ient      Aflet   lefreBbiurnio
I ipeeohet   wen   Is ordtr,* Mr Con
Ibani. Mr. McKen/lr and Mr Trapp I>p
; ing the chief si^ukei. on Ihiugn pei
| tnltllng  to the  llileirriln nf the  .cbnolp
of the illy, nil  Urging Ibe nei ep. lly  nl
more (reQuem tn*��tiii. nf tbe teaoh
er�� fni consultation and exdh&ngs of
view*
The      promotion      .tamtnatfons
tills terttl prOVed vei V null, flic
tory, thus ihOWlDg In a v#ry pnic
tbnl   way   the   nblllty   and   elieigy   of
the taacheri.   Beginning with the tow
division, these  were as  follows
1     I > t v I rt I < i ri IX, MIrs MarshBll. leacber
I'roiiuil*!! to division VIII Helen
I Adams,    Willie      Mi'Klioy,    Wiiiiiifie,)
LawMter, Clara went.. Alice wiiww.
Fannie Dawe, BUggo Bannan, uneta
Kitchen, Linda Roe, Waiter Mafgbftll,
Harold    MacOregor, Robert    Aiinm*.
Langloil i.iitiils (Initit Kllpiittl'k. Ks
ren llaiiRen. Phyllis igUfldgTS, Philip
llarderiger,  Ida  Nelcon
Prott   lllvision   VIII   to  liHiaPui   VII
HIm i DavMaon, teaehw; Mentiie
Catberwood, Victoria Croat, Marlon
Day,  Jennie   Ertckson,   Ellen   Briok
ten, Lfty Keen. V/llllain  Hull.   Ion | h<
nois, Robert Flowers, Charles Hood,
Prod   Meyers,  !(ol*rt   Smith,  M'i��weii
Smith,  Kred   Waters,  Hsflry   wi.it",
Clifford  Wilkinson
Division   VII  to  division   VI      Mies
i,/.r<i teacher;  Kvelyn McOftbbou,
L-JJ-ty"1   .Jl.      .1    1* .i..'m   <!7-*l.*!
Walt��4s. Chriitlna   Mrliilimh.   Klpliug
i I'utrer,   Lincoln   O'Connor.   Alice  Mc-
I Donggii, Cordon Roger, Howard ci����
I dell, Liaale Stephen, Doris rule, tTo
rence   Smith,    Bva    Woadell,   .lohn
Smllli
I     I'hlplon  III  lo  Mhlsloii  II.  Miss  ('
Poiil.   leintl^l'    The  ihlldien   pi niiinl ed
from   this  division   will    attend     'be
Central sehdol hp>< term
Mophie   Marshall, Bilfeeu   (Jrtgory,
FMen AibrnJP. llolmpi |.'i l��in|aeii gf|
.beck, I'eillm, Tdppltitt, HiSgl PI
Clair, Rob Id Pafeftlliofe, BllgB t'Hildell,
PIoih      111    plalfi    AiHhji      Hbklnooii
If ii 1.41 t        Met. dell Ur.i It ude       ll.iu.bo
Chai lea CafHch
'I'llP  lenelieio  nf  the  oi ||iin|   pieoptll
���S mim liwvei'tdee with a hnndeemely
M'l.iitlimefl  oil   I'aee  Sit I
HetiuuliiK will leave every wee|i dny  iiMitnliit nt   i   �� in
v .in n u>    Adiuiininii trip Monday morning  leaving   Nt
��� t��l    it    h   | in.
nml  l.i'lin.
ii   'IJ eel mill
TlilS   schedule   subject
piioseiiKer lilies Apply lo
to rhenge wHh'iui BdHflfi    For fieleb' snd
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
I
i.
V
THREATENS TO STOP
BOXING  IN  NEW  YORK
E*TC, FOOTBALL TEAM
HAS INITIAL WORKOUT
B football team  had a
.  '"'    "    on    the    gappMtOfl
lay afr.ernoon.  More
�� on
��� I
A G
>"���''Imena  of  raw  m.��
���' and under the coar.h
Chicago, Dei    :-.    Tbe A he AttelV
Pa kej  McFarland Sgbt, whk.h i�� eat
��� i i ike place neat wee! at .Vew York.
threatens tr, p ,-. an end to boxing in
the Empire state    The efforts of ,-. ��� i .
promoters to ser. ire rhe mAtc.h led  to
' an o itspi ��� ement on the part of
one ol tbem tbat    nUecs   tba   f.��ht
take. | -'fore his c.inh he vili pot  ton
an end to rh.e game ir. Gotham ^^^
.;...,- Glbeoa ft lbs pnmotot
threatens    to     tbnuw     -,.*.
wrench   inro    the  pu. ilist.ic.  works  if
' he does not. secure Ibe raa*eb for his
fiirmonr. Athletic, cluh ^^^^^
the   .r.f.raction Is Tom O'Rourlce.
McFbrfatSd  -ivncA  irricles    ''
��� ���    ���    I'Uhson's etith
who
monkey
M 	
Evelyn Oarrtck, Dora Nelson, fiori*
Pasemore,   Marg tertte   M&olt^Q,   -\n
nle Stephen. A1lsa f)xenhiirv. fiorothy
Carpenter,   Herbert   Dates,   t^mens
Adams, Hannah May, William Thomas, William Taylor. Alnr>n fto-s. . '/eida
Borne, Cbwter tt*kt*ft&>*A4, otts ( fts-
f.elrl,   . rftderrlck   White.  WaltflT   Odd.,
R0ben Hf.ft.r,*-
DtrfetoB VI to Diviiski. v. r:idin��
Kitchen. Je��S Hale. William Wilkinson, VioU Oregory. fimie Malcolm,
loralne Deddes, lla McCnhhin, .ramie
Est*, Catherine Wilkie, Willie Fl'amp-
Shirley ?mith. Orace Cole. Willie. M.-.firoom. .fe.arv Main. Roy Speck.
Mly OieschftTi. fiord on ,ra��arer, Robevi
Vf GregOT, F'eivy f'e^le, .loe. Oddy,
Walter   Day.   Vernon   Sharpe.
Division V. to Division IV., Miss
Alvon Oddy,
hut
to lU'hf'
Aft.ftll signed
Beaton they developed a
'Ve'"*     ',rn anrl mm* ,k"'
e another meetln .    In
p jv a ,*'",,n store this evenlna;.
m.oClce,< *���*������ **��*��� elected and
i_���    ""'* made for the proper
'the dub.
'v-,-
His rival for   "   Bever1da;e. teacher        ���__
'********     CM*.     swanson.     Hugh     Mathewson.
.Mec   Vidal.   Briand   Crlandson,  Eran-
,-e.s O'Connor, Tulhy  McF.lroy, Parey
Smith.   Theodore   Mc.Rlroy,  Stanford
 . ,,    o.j.hn. i-hA Timmie,     .famea    Oarrlck,     Walter
OM.   Hence the turmoil.   ^ * ���� \^   Matilda  and  Pearl  Kennedy.
.... m* Iftat ^ ��*����*J2��2  ftXt  PMW��.  Thomae Purkias,  B^u-
Oon, tn IM man  *.f.' *^�� ^ '^ ,ah ,r<wl, Alfred Hale. I
at .ned.  hut. each   would  proWbg   ^ ]*%*^n ^  u r*M9lon m
teacher:
to appear before O'ftonrlre'* or^i��
the man
int each   would  privhahiy
willing to switch fo the othe*
Vera
 flfisa I.
Hawn,    John
manners could arrange th��lr troubles ^mmfX Ata^ M<M>dte( L4Wrwao#
between  r.liemaelve.8.
������������������������������������������*������
��� ���
��� BRITISH    TOOTBALL. ���
��� *
l.nndiiii.   Itpe    |ir=   ('"ollowlne *'���  Hie
leeuiiB of ypsterdiiv's fooilinll ewmea:
^lr��t Division.
I.Ivor pool   ..  . iiofrield   (:��illsil  ti
It.irv  '-'. Oidlinm Atlilelic 2.
Notts ( nufity  I. Hjtriilerlsiitl I
Hilptol (ity ���'. MnricbpptPr City  I
Klioffleld  Wednesilsy 'i.  l./orlun  :{.
Newisstle Ciillerl 4,  Mode Forest
Middleshroiieh   '.  I'.rndfnrd City 2
Tritlenhnui  Hotspur 7.  His' kbur.
iTeston   North     Bfld     C   Woolwich
Arsensl   I
Manebesfer Uflltud ?. AWdti,i||c fl
���Jec'ind  Division.
blfmifrghMJ  '. HiiddeTsfield 'friwn I.
C.rndf'.rd  -:, ( lapkrfl  '>ricr,r  fi
Rttrsfgy I, ( hfises i
f)PTt��y Cr,<mry '���'. tWHcrt Wanderers t.
Fulham 2, I'.'i-k kp&tA I
OairtRboro Trinity   I,    Wrdcerhamp
fr.Ti WsnrleTets S.
H>,II  Hty  I. Ok.ssop ft
I^>eds City 1, f^icesfir Fosse S,
Stockport fViunty ���>-. B. rnsley 2
West   Rrmttwich   Albion  S.  I,fncoln
City h,
Sowthern   League.
Wav prompt on- ft Southampton 2.
MIllwAll      Athletic     ft,     Plymouth
Arsfyle 1
Queen's fark Ranaers I, Watford 1.
Westham United 3, Myton 0.
r,i>fofi 1. Want ford 1.
Portsmouth ft, Crystal Palace 0.
Northampton 8/ Rrlatol Rovers 2.
Rri, hton    and   Hove   0,   Swindon
Town 1.
Exefer City 3, Norwich City 1.
Coventry City ft South Knd f rnited 1
Scottish League.
FalWrk 3, Motherwell 1.
Airdrieoniana 0, Third Lanark 1.
]    Celtic 2, Kilmarnock 0.
,    Patrick Thistles 1, Morton 0.
I    Heart of Midlothian 0, Aberdeen 3.
St. Mitren 2, Glasgow Rangers 1.
Hamilton    Academicals    3,    Ralth
Roverg 1.
Queen's Park O.sjHibernians 1.
An Extra Good Buy
FiVe mum eottagft WtidefHjQfl h\g lot, 6��?ft6i
��>f Ir'th ��ntl Nanaimo Mtreels. f hip i? otte of
thl (inept vipw Ictp io the west end and can
he purchape'l fur the vp. v low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-fcXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie  Bros
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster Citjr Specialists
Dundee l, ClydMf 0.
, ^IM |,ii^
JA.
After The  Accident
A Question
(S
IF  THF  BRRAD-WINMRR    MRRTS  WITH  AN'  ACCIDENT  AND
INC.4PACfATlRfr,   WHAT   A BOOT HIS WIFR ANT) FAMILY?
The Answer
IF Hfc CARRIKS AN ACCIDENT POLICE WITH TIIE RAILWAY
PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY HR IS FREE FROM
WORRY. THIS COMPANY WILL PAY A WEEKLY INDEMNITY
IF INCAPACITATED OR STATED AMOUNT IF KILLED.
Don't Dfelay In Looking Into This  Matter
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
$57 Columbia Street
.t��BeKfe.v.i*
Plione tl
���. *%���,,'������( ������*��� ���- ���
W-i,'*!*^^!.
? "up'" .'W1..111 wmsw
t   "V*   ,f$  .       ';,':...      ���:
���n. PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 19
aaaa
1910. ��-i
I
Wfti-Za
>s,
i
Railway Time Tables
(120,000 DINNER SET
FOR RICH COPPER KING
Schools Close
���- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Can leave Vancouver for New West
minster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11: SO p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Can leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every halt hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at S:00 a.m., and every halt
bour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m,
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
O. J.  Stewart, Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a.m.;   arrives Seattle  3:15 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:90
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arri"v��s
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
****���**********���
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p. m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves    Port   Guichon   8:00   a. m.
daily, except Sunday;  arrives at New.
Westminster bridge passenger station'
10:20 a.m.
Consisting of 900  Massive Pieces,  It
Will Adorn His $7,000,000 Fifth
Avenue Mansion.
For Christmas
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passen.er station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except. Sunday.
Chicago, Dec. 18.���A firm of
manufacturing jewele recently ship-
ed to New York what ib probablj the
most elaborate dinner service i�� America. It was made for former Senator W. A. Clark of Montana, and will
be used in his $7,000,000 mansion in
Fifth Avenue, New York. It cost
$120,000 and cont<?ans 120 pieces.
Each piece was especially designed to
harmonize with the Clark dining room
and the set includes service for twenty-four persons.
The order was given two years ago
and special workmen and designers
were employed. The designs are extremely simple, with the exception of
an elaborate monogram of the owner.
All of the pieces are lined with gold
and ane very heavy.
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
BANISHES PESSIMISM
(Continued from Page Five.)
illustrated volume, expressive of the
high esteem in which she was held by
the other teachers of the staff, and
expressed hearty wishes for her success in her new Held of labor. They
also presented a line arm chair to Mr.
I Duncan, the janitor, who has been un-
itlr'ni? ,11 his efforts to please.
Seattle, Dec. 18.���James J. Hill,
chairman of the Great Northern board,
who arrived here yesterday with a
party of his railroad associates, takes
a most, hopeful view of the business
outlook. He said today: "Business
Is improving everywhere. There is a
tendency toward conservtaism, but 1
believe this is a good thing. With all
its natural resources Washington
need not fear financial depression.
The we^t is especially prosperous, and
will continue so. Oregon produced
���JS.OOO.OfiO worth of live stock last
year, and the apple crop in Washing
ton has heen the best in years."
Mr. Mill said the money Market
would improve by the first of the year
and although conservatism is necessary there need be no fear on this
score. He repeated his familiar advice to city people to go to the country and engage in 'agrienlinpe.. Mr.
Hill -and party will leave for Vancouver,  B.C., tonight.
PLAN TO REDUCE
SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENTS
Toronto, Dec. 18.���At the annual
mereting of the Toronto branch of the
Lord's Day Alliance, held vesterday,
Sunday golf, skating rinks, quasi-religious meetings, Sunday entertainments generally, including tobogganing in High park, dancing at Jewish
weddings, band concerts, Sunday it
homes, at which bridge and other
games were played for gain, ���were denounced as demoralizing and placed
rm the society's index.
Rev. W. G. Hanna said that ithe alliance had to be advised to take action regarding Sunday amusements
In the citv.
Sapperton School.
Closing exercises were held in the
Sapperton school on Friday morning
from 10 a.m. to noon. The exercises In the primary grades consisted
of a number of very Interesting and
entertaining recitations, songs and
drills, conducted by Miss Stott and
Miss Wood. At the close of this part
or' the program the chairman of the
Board of School trustees, T. J. Trapp.
addressed the children, and the teachers were presented by tfleir pupils
with Christmas gifts. In Miss Mac-
Lean's room and in Miss Pugh's room
the chief feature of the closing exer
clses was the display of the work in
sewing. This branch of domestic
science is now heing taken up by Ibe
staff of the Sapperton school, and the
exhibition of the work done In sewing
by the pupils of these two divisions
created considerable Interest among
the ladtes present. The teachers of
these divisions were also made the |
recipients of presents by their classes.
Addresses were delivered In these
moms by Trustees John Peck and L.
Thornljer. In the principal's room a
debate was held. The resolution was
"That $1000 would be of more benefit to a boy than a high school education." After some very clever arguments were put forward pro and con
by fhe boys and girls taking part, the
resolution was carried. At the close of
this 'exercise, two pupils came forward, and reading an address presented their principal, H. H. MacKenzie, with a beautiful gold-handle 1 silk
umbrella. Addresses were then delivered by Trustee John Loree and
Rev. Robert Lennie, and the closing
exercises brought to a conclusion by
a short address from T. J. Trapp.
Parents and friends were present "It*
the number of about sixty.
Promotion from primer one ti)
primer two:
Melville Ebert, Olive Ward. Frarik
Hawkins, Albert Hunt, Ethel McG'fil,
Hazel Hodson, Susan Hamilton.
James Gardner. William Ritchie. William Adams, Freda Nelson, Pearl Me-
Ewen, Mary Ritchie, Elsie Newell.
Promotion list, Division IV., Jiriftor
two to senior two:
Daisy I'ht, Edna Johnston, Lena
Troutman, Gordon Ebert, AV&Tier
Troutman. Nora Jackson, Sylvia Dig-
by. Mary Osterhery, James Oliver.
Harold Munday, Stewart Alsbivry,
Vera MeKory.
Senior two to junior three: Leonard
Hayman, John Davy, Alfred Stephens,
Grace Blower, Gertrude Osterberg,
Delta Emett, Emma Ebert, William
Smith, Victor Taylor, Bessie Doughty,
Oscar Bourgesson, Eva Atkinson,
Kathleen Welsh. |
Senior three to junior four: Viola
Ketely, Stewart McDougallf David Newell. I
Junior    IV.  to  Division  I.:     Irene
A   SUB-CONSCIOUS   SINNER.
Young  Woman    Makes a    Novel    Explanation of Her Elopement.
St. Louis, Dec. 18.���-Mrs. Charles It.
DubberBteln, her former finance, for
forgiveness from the Rev. Herman
Dubber8teln, her former fiancee, for
the midnight elopement of her "subconscious self," she is In seclusion at
her father's home preparatory to dissolving her "psychic" marriage.
Mrs. Drummond, who wa a Miss
Charlotte J. Bente, has returned from
a trip to Dearfield, Kan., where the
young Lutheran pastor is stationed.
She succeeded in persuading him, her
relatives say, that she was not her
self when she married Drummond.
The Rev. Mr. Dubbersteln has promised to marry her, lt Is said, ln case
she wins her freedom.
The preacher was graduated a year
ago from the Concordia seminary, at
which Miss Bente's father, the Rev.
Frederick Bente, ls a member of the
faculty, and became engaged to his
daughter. She met. Drummond, and
was so affected she says, that she forgot her clergyman sweetheart, reverted to her sub-conscious self and
married Drummond at Clayton, Jan-
uary 25.
PLAN BUS SYSTEM TO
OPPOSE STREET RAILWAY
Toronto, Dee. 18.���To establish an
electric motor bus system In competition with the Toronto Railway company was the proposal that Controller
Spence laid before the board today
and the city engineer and solicitor
were Instructed to prepare reports on
the legal and engineering aspects. The
scheme will cost $2,000,000.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ I / >
portions to cleanse a^^^!///^f
easily, vigorously,..^ l"1
and without harm to
fabric, utensil
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
New Westminster
Mail Service
of of
Arrival: Closing.
20:00���United States via C. 1\ r,
(daily except Sunday)., ���***>i\
8:30���Vancouver via B  0. K. R,
(daily except Sunday)    7 ift
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E, l{.
(dally except Sunday),.H:00
18:���0���Vancouver via II. C. E. 1;
(daily except Sunday). ]i; 00
8:30���Victoria via 11. ('. !���,. r,
(daily except Sunday)
13:00���Victoria  via   B.  ('.  1..' ,.
(dally exce; t   Sunday)
7:30���United States via G. N. it.
(daily except Sunday)., -i:*>o.
15:00���United States via (!. X  ic.
(dally except Sunday)..l6:0o
12:10���All   points  east  and  Europe  (dailyI   	
23:00���All points east   and
rope  (dally)   	
12:10���Sapperton and
Mills (daily
Sunday)
20:00���Sapperton and
mills idaily
Sunday)
:3a
::;o
30
.15:1?
Fraser
except
Fra ar
exci; ���
:30-
���15:1?
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, thc oval cake.
2:10���Coquitlam   (daily   e   epl
Sunday I      731),
13:00���Central Park an.l Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)            H 00,
13:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (dally except
Sunday         ;     ,:.
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and Soutli West'.
minster (Tuesday and
Friday)       1:: 39
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Oulchon,
Westham  Island   13:30*
10:00���Annlevllle,   Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday        : . ��
O'OO���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday       13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday       13:31.
0:00���Vancouver, Piper's siding via ('.. N. R.
(dally except Sunday 1   |; .
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:0>
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday,    Friday   and   Sat-
day            :
Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)          15:00
���Burnaby   Lake   (dally except Sunday   16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Hun-
tington, etc. (dally except  Sunday)     7:30-
15:45���Crescent, White Hock and
Hlaine     (dally    e   epl
Sunday)          '���   '������
15:45���Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
and    Hazlemen
day, Thursday and S
TURKEYS
TURKEYS
Whole
Carload
of th
oice
ar
Choice Suet for your Pudding
and Mince Meat for
your Pies MO. ^AV
OECEMBEA  1?, -e-.o.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TAO.K g&VSN
,-a    ....���
"     ': ::x expiration of one m��
��� ..:���   ol tbe first publication
CZAR    WAS   SELF-RELIANT.
TENDERS.
BW
ua��' i
TENDERS   addressed   tc
ned, and endorse .
Building. Grand V
will '���-' received at this office
:   ������       i
i ^_^______W
.   .ler 	
. ^M^M^_^^t:}y.\y\<-
month fr<tin ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
j       ,        >mn  an me nisi punncauon hereof, in
���   daily  newspaper  published    In   the Presides at  Banquets and  Looks  P*0-
'��������� City of New   Westminster   issue   a pie Straight In the Eye
.-.    *i.*,i*    ii**v,
���    Of    ���       ^	
0.,.n.. "    **                 ��� -   of tbe said   Certificate, nn-
^^^^H valid objection
:    ~;
a^^^^     oi..-
the   Minist        |   Public
n e to me In writing
C. S. KEITH.
District Keglstrar of Titles
Land   Registry    Office.   Now    West
minster. B. v'.. November 15, 1910.
.   ni., on Wednesday,  ...
���   for  the  O : -:   I tlon  ' h will
Building at Grand Fork* the person  tendering
0 ente.              ntracl   when
LAND     REGISTRY
RADIUM  WORTH  FIVE Obtained  in  all  Ol  Kim.*
MILLION PER OUNCE       go (lie market  price ml. lit hi* J.MV
Ke.idin..   P:i,    Doo.    IS     Radium's 000*006, and It would indicate no more
maiVet   price  al   the  prescril   time  is strikingly tlie worlds little .-..vvi�� of a
st   Petersburg, Deft.  18.���The   czar  0\r:   $\ | j ,i.(-..o   an  ounce,   according mineral the use of wblcfi   lias   been
during the past week began his long- to Dr. John k>.<-   who has   |usi   re halted *���' * P*1 " "'   " \ |*   $*
. , treatment    of  cancel      Hi    Kro    bas
j promised role of an active social per- turned dom a remarkable   tour   of e8t,mWed ���,��� ,1lW ,,.,- (_nic��� bj ,���
Bonage.    He presided  .-it   two   annual   tSOTOBe to obtain some of the precious , .1,.  in Pari* ot ten mili.i am.   ot ibe
George's Hav   to the  mineral.    He is delighted to have ob mineral  for  Jiww     He  leie.-ted    it,
******** .... ih(l
 _���
omit .1   b>   leading doc-
a***********a^****************p- -������     _���    ���    r> "_________________________!
m     Rcera and men ol  tbe    armj   and talned a few  milligrams, particular.!   *��*���*���>   :':: ���_* radium lacked
.    . .._     _.    _ , .....        purit\   veqniied for bis purposes
navj   wbo bad  won the    St Qeorge  after being int-������""���' '-���   ���-��-���*��������� ���*���*<*   v    "     H       -        -    -   r.
He
I
tra '
, isi
!,
l   ;
fl
Pi
tei l(
faiT'tocom-
plele 1! I for.   11 the
'   '������ I the i ..oi.uo
.
:.     .'
_  iiion and form t: ���   :.-
,,.-n and forms ol ti
:   the  office  of  Mr.  Wm
, jtdent    architect,   Vic-
at tbe Tost Office  Gra
at  this department.
enderlng are notified I
not lie considered unless      ^^^^^^^^_. _	
*~~AP ou the printed forms supplied 1910.
r with   their   actual   signs ers  will  not   be   paid   for
��� ing   their   occupations ent 11  tbey   insert   it
^     '     esidence.   In the case ���'   ������ ���"���   ������'.���   from   the  depart-
actual   signature,  the  na
By  0 der,
D   SROCHERS,
:   Public   Works,   Ot-
places
grms.
<ure "'���
.,. lenc* "
...   must  be ace:-.
, | cheque on a cl
'! ' )e  to  the  order   of   tbe
the    Minster   of    1
occupation, and pia
each member yi the I
.liven.
TENDERS.
^^^^^^^^.    act. [navy  who bad  won  tne    st. ueorge  after bein. informal b>  loaning aoc   ni.,(]o kU'pttW&a** in i>mi��in  after
"���  Cr ss for \aior.   He had previous'.?   tors abroad thai there is nol ovei one   visiting man; capitals and consulting
e   the   Northwest   quarter   of   See- attended a gala  review in  St.  Dolors    tenth of a train of pine vadium to he   leadtttg   scientists in  each one
tion 24, Township ���. m tlie District oft, ,,������,.,**,  -.
Now West mins: <-r bur8 ��t the Ctarvltch'a Cossack regl   _ __ ��� m
Title number 1S999A, issued  in tlie men<     ���s is *���* Br*' ,,mo si,u"�� ���'���0
name  of   Holer  Henderson,  has   boon .lap;.nose war an.l the rev oluntionai v
Bled in this ofllce. disorders thai the csar has attended
Notice ia ierebj  given that l shal'.. those functions.
at the expiration ol one month from his    outward
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of Now \\>s'
Bj   common  assenl
appearance    bespeaks
more assurance and self -reliance than
It   did.    Visitors  who  have    been  ie
^^^^^^^^^^ stminsler. issue a   coived in special audiences agree that
duplicate of the said Certificate, un>.|he sits up and looks hla men stralghl
less  i  nthe meantime  valid objection i in tho eves.
be made to me in writing ________________���_���_______���
C,  S,  KEITH,    I	
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Ofllce,   Now    West
minster. B, C, November SO,  1910.
SEALED
_   mvaoie to  lu, .i.ii.i   ,i   u.c.Tha a      ,   TK-)'nF'RS   addressed to CORPORATION  of  the  city
������ tte   Minster  of   Pul "'- Department ol Indian NEW   Westminster.
ut*. *-i   ���� Affairs',  OtUwa,  and  marked  on  tho i
Vorks,       ���' to ton per ceni    io per L render for Alert Bay Olrtfl
^^       be amount  of  tbe   tender.Id ,, _,,,  u-   . 1,  .._ "'	
OF
^^^   Re Survey   of   City^	
Property owners Intending to erect
tbenue "ill be returned.
ppartment does not bind  It-
apt the lowest or any ten-
ie..
By order.
H. C. DESROCHERS,
Seen
i nl    of  Public   Works,  Ot-
. ember 24, 1910.
vewl      ers   vvill   not  bo
stone or  concrete boundarv   walls,
or the   erection  f,,n,
alios  prove
centi  o       8  aniouiu  o.   ine   wi iei    M���   ���     wJ���   ,,e  receIve��� tQ _00_
be forfeited it the person  ;,,   ,.    , ,,,1(    ,-       ,     erecUon  f ,, ,     ,,     .   ���    t    '    , .
j    .      Incline  to  enter   m   a con- . ,        ,, ,     , ,,   ���       fences,  should  refrain   from   don.    so
'     "  :   *1   1 1     -       '      .    ':  '       Bnb��arC?ng  BcbTO     bTuld��n8   until the re-survey of the city is com
��� pSaithJ'Slrk ZSkSt f t      ''ay    I00������*    l8land>. Plete. as there la no , islon in th<
I, .     .,.iiiier be not accented the      m' , ,.���    .i Bpeclal surveys act allowing for com
for- Ifthetenderoe__.otaccepteatne|    Plan   ;   ,   BpecificaUons   may   be pensaUon should tbe existing bound
seen al the offlces ol T. 1-. Neelands,1
Inspector  of   Indian    Agencies,   Van-
er   W   E. Dlchburn, Inspector i f
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and W. M.
Halllday, Indian Agent, Alerl Hay.
K.oh  tender must  be accompanied
by a marked cheque made payable to
ihe  undersigned  for a Bum equal to
five per cenl ot the amount of tender.
paid   for .The  cheque  will  be  forfeited  if the
inaccurate
W.    A.
City Hall. November
DUNCAN,
v'ity Clcri
84. 1910.
Sent^On Approval A
To Rsspomsibls rr.ori.K   "* JJJlJjJg
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ar.d
iRED GEM
Wta Ink Pencil
Vour Choice fi
$
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
tlsement  if  they  Insert  iti person tendering decline to enter Into
.thority   from   the   Depart- a contract when called upon to do so.
:.���:.'. __^_^__ " ,!;'' tender be not    accepted   the
 " Icheque will be returned,   in the event
TENDERS. I of   acceptance   Of   tender   the   cheque
  Will   he   ireld   until    the    contract   ;s
���enders addressel the under-'si. net!, when it will be returned.
���md   endorsed   "Tender   fori    The successful tenderer vvill be re
.;_������ .
, ���
'""     v ."���"������- - |        	
_ht fixtures, wiring, etc., for quired to furnish a bond in satlsfac-
tie Public Building,  Vernon,  B. C
il ei ed  at   this (.nice until
: Monday, beci :nbci   19, 1910,
I ��� k mem loned
Tendi   - vvill nol be considered un-
le upon, and   in   aoccrdance
i- ondltlons contained in forms not be paid foi
:.  li    bj Department.
.:    and specifications to he seen
amplication to the clerk of works
illding, Mr. P. B. Cottett; Mr,
tz Henderson,  resident    architect,
H. C, and at the Department
i      ic  Works, Ottawa.
.���I:   tender  must   be  accompanied
I I ai 'epted cheque on a chartered
ayable to    the order    of    the
Me    the    Minister    of    Public
equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
iiiiount of the tender.
By order.
" H. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
nent of Public Works,
awa. November L'J, 1910.
tory sureties for a sum equal to tin
amount  of the contract.
Tbe lowest or any tender nol neces-
sarily accepted.
The unauthorized insertion of this
advertisement  In any  newspaper  will
Applications   fur    the    position    of j
Plumbing   Inspector   vvill   be   received
by the undersigned up to Monday, De I
ccmber 12, at live o'clock p  m.
W, A. DUNC \N.
City   Clerk, j
City Hall, November 29, 1910.
Tlifte
Two
Popular
Articles
lor onK
Hi Uoi
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
i *t.- t2
^^^^^^^    I ii. Mci.r.w,
Secretary.
Department  of  Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa,  October  26,   1910.
HU
I'*
Ik
TENDERS.
Tenders addressed    to the    underfeed  at  Ottawa,  and  endorsed    on
ivelope    "Tendei'    for    Prince
Tenders are Invited for the erec-
ion and completion of new warehouse
for Kelly, Douglas >v Co., Ltd., Vancouver, to be built on the corner of
Tenth street and Carnarvon street.
Xew Wesl minster, 11. ('. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the offices of Gardiner fi Gardiner, architects, Westminster Trust block, New
Westminster, or at Kelly, Douglas of
Bee Vancouver.
Sealed tenders to be delivered not
later than noon, December l'o, 1910,
at the offices of Gardiner '������ Gardiner,
The lnwesi or any tender nol
necessarily accented.
ImtlwtluBi kit L
l-'\ci v \.i tt glial untr. d
full 11 Kl s-' tlu i..' U - hi
ou n>:iii hand may be im.t
in   (..(.< i   i.n i   ttaudanl
blBI k   ,q>:lquc   pllllri ll.   Ol
. ou bn .-ikiilili' -i tmivpiu
i in .   at  dl :f. i ,\. cillirl   in
plain oi engraved imiMi
ns preferred,
*,,.., tr., i'- II U p  ,i  .
if,. u do uui t nd ii u iv|.i..pi.i
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AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF       TIMBER
COVLRING   DOMINION
LANDS.
lo:
tt P
Briti
ll :.
tix'i
Huoy Depot,'' will he received
��� :.oon on the    ^^^^^^^^
Third Day of January, 1911,
The   righl   to  cut   timber   under     I
cense on Berth No, r..'..ri. comprising
the following iambi in i)ie Province
of iiiitisti Columbia, win  bs <>_. I
at public auction nl tht upsol prtoo of
$2,570.00, Including ooil or survgy, gl
_��� o'clock P. m. on Wednesday tho
2sth of December next, tl tho ottl s
'limber    Ak<'iiI     it
of  ihe  Dominion
New Westmlnstei
_______   . Timber Berth No, r,r., situated "in
��� construction of a Huoy  Depot  the   Province    of    HiIUmIi    Coluuibl i,
:ice Rupert, in the Province otl comprising Section 28, Township Hi
. Columbia, lncludln_ the erec! West of Coast Metldlan. containing
I a Reinforced Concrete Wharf, ��� an area of 640 BCT4S inoic 01 ISSS, ia
approach Trestle, Power, shown Ofl pltfl Of lurvsy, SlgflOd bv
H '-- with Chimney, Huoy Shed,! Mr. A l.l.btball I) I. H. mirvnynd
Stores Offices and Dwellings, also In May, 1910, and of record In the
���*t .:. tallation of Drainage and Timber and Grazing Branch of UM
*'������'���    Bj stems. Department of tbe Interioi
Plans, specifications and Articles A llfinne will rifit t/< ItStttd until
(I ������ ernent may be seen and forms the full amount ���,! ��be. parchaas
** ' ' lei procured at the Depart- price, ^nd Um gTOOfld rental tot tlM
*****i '��� Marine and FlaberiM, Ot- first >fear. bavg bees paid
"ta*i st the ofTlce of the Agent of. The condition* of payment, rstg or
,:- ��� . a-tment of Marine and Flsh-1 rental, etc.. ar��: contained ft lit* Tim
���Im victoria. B.C. Halifax, N.3. St. ber Regulation*, a cop f tti which eoay
��� ' NI.B . Quebec and Montreal, at he secured on amplication to the �����*���
U* ^^���^^^^^^��ti c* ***************~^**************m
1 Laughlin Mfq. Co
Mi,����ll
TENDERS  WANTED FOR  CLt.AH
ING  LANDS.
Tsndars are nnk��-ii for the clearing
of aboul 326 acres of land surround
inn tha northern half or CoQultlain
lake
Tenders to be in my office ncri Ifttei
iiiiin i. |i in  Tuesday, 8?th Oflfieinber,
1910
llllllt plllltq mill =|.r.. 111. ill I "lie mil!
be    hm!    nn    n|.|.Ileitl lull,    11(11111    flo|uia|(
of 18,00
Thfl lnwfol ni mir IbihIpi ��i"l no, oa
.111 llv in ' c|ilnil
V/    II    HA 71.HI.
fun ii��oiiie Agent
Vanooutei  PoW��l Co. Ltd
Oalei"
LAND  R*flllTRV  A6T
*;.   lot   H;,  bi'.'i-   ;.   lots     ���'���   -.'"I   ''i
(.be l-   1,.    IOt��   I   die)    1.   hPe k   :���._   5 ,!,
division nf |ol    '"'.   gtotip   1.   p'i'i
Moody,
vou and those elalmlsj thfttUMh of
under you and "'I persons niuthihi
.in:   I11ir.1c.ci   in  ih.   pnld  land   lir   HI
dip of nn-.  in.1 egisfeted Iflsltiiftiehl
<Hl'l     fill     pPIOMlia    ,.In|l|,l|.L.     .,!,;      li.l,.,f.ol
iii inc. cai,1 i.ii.i| dr destetiti "	
Mllo |a 11.il ice|q|p|p,l II||i|pi (.118 l"e
vial. .110 nf Hip I ��i..| !����.[. lot . r V..I
qlP |p,|ii|,p.l In ....1,tool ||,p i.lftlnt .,1
Hip |q, |i||||.|,flflp with!!) I...I-.II "i.
llqva finni Hip ||i|lp nf l|.^ II, ol (Jtlllllc
PI 1.... ft Hila i,.,l|r.p i|(.Mf| you. Htlll I'l
,lp(.,ull     nf    a    ,.��vPi|t    HI     ' '������ llll���.lp    ������(
iic (ip���.ipiio i.pinc died withiij suci,
beriod, or In default or r^'letrtpH'm be
f.,,p ipE|cirBlb,n, vou 'tfifl eacli of ..."
will   foiP7pr   pqlopppd   snd   BSoIrrSd
Cream
111
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatlc acid.
There is never a question as to the absolute
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it raises.
1
ATTENTION!
Don'! fail t.. Investigate iWs .r'ifieettwH    TWfteei --'----- '*���.���   -.,
11   tlm   ( iRik   r'.a-l,   I ',.1 il-Uri,        '. i.r.   Z- .  ���:   '...-:   ;���-..--..   '  -.--
. im.      ���!���'-.   .a-    I.'.",-.'���    ������' ���-;.������..������-���: I        -     --     -.     ���-     ���-'        ������-���      ��������� ������:.���
1.. r.p !', ni'.  i'.  '������������ ������������      :���  ��������� ������   i'        -���-��� ���   -���������-������'     t&HSi      ���'���-������������ ������>."��
'..=   ..    ..aJari'P   R,    \'i   Mi    H   r.:-..:    fertj    - '    j    f&    ''-'���'     M*ff**M
The People's Trust Co. Ltd*
T.   8.   McCormick   M. nni��er  Re.tl Eitiii d%$&fl_\Wl
i5t 6��tUMI_4 IfBIifi PW8WS fli;
NEW  VVesTMlNSTSR,  **   "
Us)   l.iis   g   mid   i.   Woefc   1    i.erne"f"   ----
^^^^h ....... m. i,..- fif j50,.t|,ifl ���/,, \Itttm Self lng up "'��������� t-mrti ��������� df In rf
*>-mt   ���*...:������ ' =i.p'' '.t Mip pftbl |��r..|   . Sd I shflll reir
y.pal   Sptittg
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nd
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he Custom  Boaee, Wlnnlpes.
���
Timber
ilei slimd. n�� "> lbs < nrwt
A .er.'. st Kew Westrniwrtsf
'-"i>i   OeUbu ifti    If
I .ap sam tenders   0* Uli '-���������
-   prepared   by    the    D*;*rv
. tender m-wt be accorapeaiei rQ>ST LAW|j otfTflfCT MlPfli I
*   -;-~'. bank e*eqe�� In t*r__ " ������
. .t Mtetotei 0' Marine tm
*������ sqeal In  ttw*  9**    "a*   ��*
-    sanaal    -'  '-'  ���*'���''*���'���
��k���-* m:.. be rortefted I-' the
[nuts nf a i.'iribm A
l:i',. l- ',, ' -.nil ;���,-.r.go
hill.  In   ��h��v   DUtfl't   of
,,pr
Title enmber i'.i'^a. \=.*-<\**r\ in h.��
nArriP of I'r*thnrlna B   ftrown, h. .   >,**.*-.���
r.i<-'l  in   ItlfS ofTi'p
MMic* |�� hAfiOy e'n**y* fhat I ahaM.
tt 'ha mrpir. Hon of '.tip rnonth froTO
lt_|   'U'x.  *,!  s-..    first   p'lhli'atloTi  bare
'if. In a dally U*9Wip*t>1ff p'ihi:��i,��'l i��
tha I n / ',! '���***  -//aurriiri***/*-. |j . ���,�� ���
���!'ipl!c_f*  of  th"   said   ' *'fifi.-*'e,  nn
_HM i fithA m*antim* ^mid o/ty**S(ftt&ti\
-.�� mufle tf, ***,��, in -atUiriZ
'     -*   KP'.ITH,
restrict   ft*s;f��fr��r   ������'   t'H 6S
Lnwd   Neflstry 0#e��,  .vow   w��s<--
���:.:,������*.*. ;:   r .  r����^Arr>r.��r 1, it>",t)
letar .' . Hainpt'.ri Mole sa o tttHti
thereof In fea. And ( hereby tff6*h
Ihki    pnhllcsHofi   ul   Hila   titftlbQ    for
, thirty ritLvn lh s dslly np^apsper jiffh
! li = h��d   In   Kew   *af��9tmifiti$i   will   t*t*
e'.'.'l and <rtff!c|pn' aar^h-a thereof
f��. t*-fl ��t  the f,*nd  Rft. latry Otftr.-.
i M��w   v/pa-'ref""-'.   Province  of   f'-l'
' i��h   f>.!-ireMi.   *Ma   2'>fh   day   of   N'o-
ve-mr.ar, A   f<, I. It)
'     a    KRfTH,
.i.-r)f- Rfljji.tfar
To Jam*.   H^erath. poMr? ��*-.  .���������
_Tn\tS*T   1nl*tlanr..1    ar,^    f,i,��    'i.'.y
feeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeee*������������������eeeeeeeeeeesee^
CHRISTMAS GOODS
'" '���  dnlly   opcrtlne  tip  new pnfirt<i nnd ntc sliowln.   Hm 'dr^fest
li.6 of VV.vrrfH.".     i_Vf J&hM Mc , 8*k'f erltlblled In New VT-   ti id
H��P..
Now la fhe Hrne fo efto"*" Hi.i   nrflcle for nn Xmits ^resent.
"������  vllf put poo__ nwn- fnr ami ttntll  vo.( wnnf them.
fall nm* errimln .  pttr Hi88it now, when K li fomple'��.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine WateheS.
Chambeiiin's ,^^��
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IAMB    ACT    NOTICE.
T*k* sedse ���>' I   ': ** '"���
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��� :.,   .vx-a. *��M��  UrtewJ to ��m   ������;
tn i*ft������ *���'���*��� *���*������"** '���'    **"
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tenderer  d*:Un��n  *** *������**  .,    -;,,:  ,., ���-.   >-����     r/>mrr,��v.n�� ��*'
M#-�� Wa-st^inut*.   Land Diirtrict.
: i .-.*.  ��� ���.. ..��� ,\    -i-  finvA�� f>.i :'.** S-ttittYt
^agaaaaggggga^a^aa^a^a^aa^a^a^aa^am ^   V^n^o-l-ar > *,ff i.->n   iMllllf-
tar   iiv/��n-.i   ,-.  , , , .-  ���-.���   }***,*> v..;-.. . .n ro
' ivlar a**,,' iff ,>i,-tm�� tii \ WSWiHSt tri   .iWefawe       bS     '������' ���'������������ ���<*���*     *t*aW*\*%*!>*'
%n��Mrr-s .ale or ceoaw polj-^
m at   Igiees���at �� ��� -  '*
-   fail*  ta   complete
ntta* -.. -.-.--ty.    r^v^-*
t.-.7ln,   imanc.ceesf.il     r.rtn.I*'!*
. * -,n.-T.menf. dflea  �����*   ' ''
kecefl    Um t*******    '���'    !"'
:V S-7s -������'���-,,.��� ':;v. :.;:;.��� !.�� r^LTS $
nvl  fltfSM  ;t.'v,-iii     fm'e   nittdred   md"  ����W��
���,:������������.��� ....t... v.'.... ivn-if if mches **mmB
What About That
- '   ��� ���
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
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-.- -vill ta�� be .'!.���'. ' '' ,l-''> 	
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...  MrtHns ���-������ Kmdnemid     ".-;������;';.. ���..���n,<1,������
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vt,   ;,in;llU.  Mo^m,^r IvIMfl   ^wmftnlnn   ���;;>���-
_^ , munded  tn miiowe
He nen��l
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mv.  \..   ,��ti.i   ������.iem><* rtrtrt'h 4<V
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TEMO^'.-i.
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utsnsf_sm]   md smdtosed   "-',n-
'���"      ��� tanatuiungta if Ww '������,'1 'MW''
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:' Sten��m��8ti  ;��.   nvni.   "��r     "'
rumtttan <if rim snows uranrtbnecR
is i,i,t ipniMHeatflton ���mil '���������"'��� J
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teiuieni    if   ;.... ijeiMi    ffJW   \V,��ainiin-      	
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ild   i.M'^a i-vf liinrl
mn. . j.....  f:.vmniniu'ini>   u
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v i.v  in   :in rlvt .��� ��nt.��r1iiii:
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attains iti pant ii wnrnenwimaHtt 1*111^
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j!    sndw   iiuauinil   :��t   tlm  UtBde    >f "'i"1
1      in     ���..milm-wn.   rnsttlntit     ��^ ""!,'".,
*<*"������ Mlfttirn.   >.    ;.   m.t   it   'lie On-     N'��"'
ta* ui nnttWBWJi ...ir " ��w ��*J
Rrt M t,.,.rlnn Hi tbWttsHHj 13|
V,.��t..itn��i.'r   disfWctt    Whewss
Ol"V
nt top, and uvnut i��i��htoi��ii Mcttes    h
i.n;    '-Mil   ;n   .v 88  few  hvtiir.    r.vruiH
T. .1'. AltMSTltONC, shewtt
i>i>i.nii\ni. 1 .im, r.no
^ostlioMem^iit,
Tlin ulinvn . nlo i�� hovi'hv potiponnrt
until .iMiumry ;tn1,  l'.Hl, at tlie��� mnn����
���iiii<> nnd pli��.<��
T. .1. AIIM^TIHINV,, Shwiff
LANO   REGISTRY   ACf.
Taltfl iuvt|i.�� tlint an application has
hi>i_i tiiiMle tb roRlster .1. P. Hampton
Un!�� nn tlie mviier ln Pee Simple, un-
ilnr a Tav Sale !>��ed fh>m 8. A. Plet-
chnr. \n��iPfi��or of the rtlstrlot. of West-
iilii':i��>r, to .1. P. H. Bole, bearing dale
lm hit' day of OefcetHber, A. tt., 1!)02,
>( all and atnffulaf that certain parcel
vr trait of land and promises situate.
i'IihIiis nnv> <v
t(Mtimetioeffletit
less, to t'no phico of
WeK
ave  a
full   1
ine
.,,. r of tlm inas of forHflcal- " '" "  ���r tmct of land and promises suiiaie
9     LwlVWinr ismrnd '" <** "_**?! 'vl��R  ����d  bMnii  In  the  District   of
Loony   i'"�� ������� ",nrt '" n>w Westminster, la the P^****~J_
^^^^^^���WlHgH crMiiniMn.   ttioro  partledlafljr
JAM15B    DAVIS    SMITH
\>*Y  .V. .tiiilnat.nr, Ortohet- 20, HHO.
'r-n-t\'  P^HlMNJkN'D aAO-OS.  A .ent
CITY OP NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice re Water Pates.
Ratepayers  are  ie.nested  to note,
hy ordef o f the council, that on and
] from   January   1st,   1911,   .quarterly
! water rates will become operative.
The present 25 per cent, discount
will be allowed from accounts paid
during the whole of the first month
of each quarter; i.e., January, April,
July and October.
Thd full account will be required
during tho second month.
After the second month, unpaid
dUifterly accounts wlll be dealt with
in ateordance with Water By-law 30.
���^���j W. A. DUNCAN,
^" City Clerk.
of Rogers Bros. 1847
Silverware, also a full
Selection of nigK grade
Carvers, Cutlery and
Nickel Plated Ware.
RritlaH  Wnimibla.   more   paracnwnyi . ���*"_.'
,,8 ib iiorohv giv��n ,,m' ' S'M,,,��� lmowfl and deeertUed-an.4^�� 2V block     December 6, 1915.   mi 3i
T. J. Trapp 8t C$*y*
<**..- *Vjmrl&**Vj^$Qr*
TirirnBg'' i-Tiiwiir nrr ���'
BIMHMMlMil fAOE  FUUHT
THE DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER
19,
/
,'V'
I
'.
Ui i Up"
Brass
Goods
See our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what you are looking-
for. You should certainly see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before buying elsewhere.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
News
Those who are desirous of
obtaining Thc Best in
Business Training
attend the "Modern."
Enroll    now, no need to wait until
the .New Year.
Day and evening sessions.
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
A.  L.  BOUCK,  Principal.
We Take Pride
in Selecting Our
Holiday Stock
The lines we are showing
this year are attractive and
of go odjvalue and consist in
part of���
Hand Bags,
Fancy Chocolates, Hand
and Shaving Mirrors,
Military Hair Brushes,
Safety Razors, Kodaks,
Ladies' Companions,
Perfumes- (French) (English) (Canadian), Purses,
Glasses,   Gold   Rim   for
Mother ;  Manicure  Sets
and many other things we
cannot mention here. All
now on view.
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B   C.
***m*��*--ammmmmmmmm��**��*****w*****m-m
How About
Tkat Dress Suit ?
Too   Small   for  You   Now?
Yes, I thought so. Well, it
has served its day. Get a new
one. It will be good for another
ten years. Aitchison has all
the latest ideas from both sides
of the Atlantic. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual advantage.
"v.-.,'���;i ������������
E3. B. Kniglil;vof' VtTnon, R. (".. wns
a visitor in tho city on Saturday.
, i   r>i
Dry wood for sale. Walsh Sash and
Door' factory.    I'honc 413. **
The police liad a quiet day yesterday, only two ,(trunks. being brought
in to keep the sfatioti homelike.
A lew choice lots close to Second
street, $.'100 can.,- Keid, Curtis & Dorgan, TOU Columbia street. **
L. 0. L. 1593,will-lnstal its officers
for the coming term on Wednesday
evening. '.' i*
Davles Green 'houses is tlie place to
get bouquets, floral designs, nnd all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone Ii 208 **
William Fryer, I convicted of burglary, was on Saturday sentenced to
five years' Imprisonment,
The opera house will he doing business nil this week, moving picture's
and light vaudeville'being the drawing cards.
James .1. Hill, head of the G. X. R.
and other railway systems, will pass
through Westminster this morning on
liis way to Vancouver from Seattle.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, cal! the B, C, .Messenger, day or night, any time, and be
will come to your aid.   "Phone 761, **
"The Time, the Place and the Girl,"
one of tlie biggest theatrical attractions on the western circuit, will be
seen at the Westminster opera bouse
on December 30.
Just arrived. Small consignment
of that famous No. 7 Comox coal,
especially adapted for furnaces. Gilley
Rros . **
Judging by the crowds on the street
Saturday evening, the sensible practice of doing Christmas shopping in
good time has many adherents in this
city.
Fred Middlemas, assistant city postmaster, who has heen indisposed for
some time, is now sufficiently recovered to resume his duties and will
be back at work today:
The regular meeting of tlie Plumbers' union will be held this evening in
the Labor temple. The election of
officers will probably be proceeded
with.
A substantial Christmas present.
Buy the wife or the boy a lot at Edmonds, where you have all city advantages, with suburban enjoyments.
A flrst payment of $50 will secure
one. See Walker Rros., Kdmonds,
about the matter. **
There will not" likely be anything
exciting at the council meeting tonight, unless some of the eastern delegates return and Alderman Bryson
gets some support for a little indulgence in pyrotechnics.
The labor men's committee in
charge of the campaign in the interests of the labor candidates for aldermen and school trustees has decided
not to hold public meetings until after the festive season.
John Langan, a Vancouver man believed to represent the C. P. R., has
registered about $1,500,000 worth of
Coquitlam property in his name at the
local land registry office. Fifty parcels of land are included in this big
transfer.
Justice Murphy in supreme court
chambers on Saturday granted an injunction to Whiteside & Edmonds re
straining the city of New Westminster from pulling down two shacks
belonging to George Mead and
Joseph Wise. The shacks are
situated on McNeely street and    are
included among those condemned by
tlie city a month or two ago. The injunction is only au interim one.
W. Sanford Evans, who has just
been re-elected mayor of Winnipeg, is
expected to visit this city this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Evans are now on tlieir
way to the coast, where they will
spend a short holiday, resting after
the most strenuous mayoralty campaign ever waged in Western Canada.
The cantata entitled, "The Crowning of Christmas" will be given by the
pupils of Knox Presbyterian church,
Sapperton, Wednesday evening at. S
o'clock. Before the cantata there
will he a maypole drill given by the
pupils and during the evening presents and prizes will be distributed
among the children.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Applications for the position of
Plumbing Inspector will be received
hy tho undersigned up to .Monday, De
comber 12, at live o'clock p. ni.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
Citv Hall. November 29, 1910,
u
The Public
Supply S^>res
We have just received a large
shipment of
Jap Oranges
Selling them at
50c per box.
Fresh supplies of
Nuts, Cooking and
Table Raisins and
Fresh Dates.
Buy now and avoid
the rush.
Our Turkeys
will soon be here.
ORDER NOW.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and  Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc., Etc.
NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be asked for all carpentry work and material as per
specifications on the Bank of Commerce building, New Westminster, up
to December 21, 1910. Plans, specifications and details can be seen room
9, Windsor hotel, or applying to W.
H. Caws ton, Windsor hotel. Lowest
or any tender not neeeessarilT accepted.
W. H. CAWSTON.
New Westminster, December 16, 1910.
Do Your Shopping
EARLY
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
hop c&i^jand/tyou shop,
"comfortably ~   **- * ���'
*Ha
<p
��i
Small Articles
of Great Importance
So many small articles of
genuine worth are here that
gift searchers will do well
to bear in mind this list.
Silver and Gold Plated
Souvenir Spoons���\e\v Westminster and other engravings;    guaranteed untarnis-h-
able.    Kach   50c
Rhinestone Hat Pins���Se'
with brilliants and colored
stones, all  si/.es.    Each  50c
to    $2.50
Hand Painted Sash Pins���In
oval shape wit 11 various
hand  painted floral designs
Kach    75c to $1.50
Maple Leaf Pins and Buckles and other emblem pins,
sash buckles, brooches, bell
huCklcs;   all  sizes.   Each   10c
to    $1.00
"Baby" Pins ��� "Pet" pins,
"Darling," etc., in gold finish.  Each   5c and 10c
Pearl Cuff Links���For men
and women; also gold plated
links in various designs, Per
pair    25c "to 75.;
Fancy Collar Supporters ���In
celluloid, gold plated, in new
designs.'   Per set  25c to 35c
Attractive Evening
Gowns
$15.00 to $45.00.
What nicer to give for a
Christmas gift than one of
these handsome evening
dresses; all ready for Immediate wear. They are attractively trimmed and the
designs arc favored hy every
woman who sees them. They
are in Qne nets, silks and
chiffon and the range of
colors shown contains all
(ho .shades inn.must in demand for evening wear: all
sizes.     Each  $15.00 to $-15.00
Handsome Evening
Cloaks
$22.50 to $32.50.
In these cvcnitig cloaks is
used the host German cloths,
shrunk and unspottable.
They arc all tailored garments, lined throughout with
silk and each garment is interlined and wadded so that
they vvill provide the necessary warmth when being
worn. All nicely trimmed,
some with white fur collars,
others wiih lious and braids.
Colors, grey, salmon, cetise,
mauve and  cardinal.
Silks and Ice wool
Scarves
Auto   ���    Scarves        Eu    .
Scarves and  N, JJjB
AH styles here ii
range.
Ice  Wool   Scarver,
and  cream,  r,-l  ���,
long,  IL'  to 24
Kach   	
Silk Lace Scarves
black and cream,       ,   ,.,.,,
"���il win, fringed
shown wiih iiiii,
ends;   all   sizes
lo	
i lendld
l;i white
Inches
"ill-.
to $2.00
i whiti
' knit
���
$1.00
$2.50
Silk   and   Chiff. ������
In       Vi hie,      t :.
mauve, old  n  ���
champagne,
brown,   run!iiit!,H
is such wiil" yai li     in these
Bcarves thai ll
io describe them I    .     \\<
|  '        eael
���
sizes!	
$1.00  to
'rir
New Dresdon Ribbons
A new shipment per parcel post Just to hand enables us to make a
splendid showing of these popular ribbons now so much in deman.1
for fancy work or dress use.   The  showing   contains   ribbons  ::'_   to
i|iL. Inches wide, light and dark colors, in a splendid rang., of Bhades.
Per yard 30c to 50c
Hundreds of Remnants of Ribbons
In the remnant baskets are hundreds of ends of plain and fancy rib-
lions in all widths. They bear substantial reductions in order thai
we may clear out the ends lefl  from the season's selling.
Buy Your Christmas Parcel Ribbons by the  Piece
Pieces of holly ribbon. Christmas greeting, violet ribbon, and gre n
and cardinal striped ribbon; also plain ribbons in all narrow widths
and colors.    Pieces from  	
25c to 75c
Net and Lace Waists, $2.95 to $5.50.
as  they   are  at   llu
N'et and lace waists have never been as popular
time. ^Ke^a^ljjaaai
We have received a splendid line in white cream'and ecru net waists,
also a large assortment of waists in all over nets. These waists are
all lined with China silk and nicely trimmed witli Guipure insertions,
many with heavy lace yokes, shown with long or shod Bleeves; sizes
3:2  to  VI.     Kach $2.95 to $5.50
Battenburg Lace Waists, $6.75 and $7.00.
Made in Belgium entirely by hand, lined or net foundations; very
pretty designs in black, navy, reseda. Saze, grey and old rose.
Each  $6.75 and $7.00
M $4.50
Spangled Chiffon f.Larves���
Ileavy    Bilk    <������ II    ,   un,
span, les    of    gold    i
and edge 1 will,
Kadi $3,501
Knitted Wool Scarves v..-..
Ing in Bize trom ... [
to   ls\T:'   Inchi   .        . knot-
icd fringe em: .
simis.    Each ... 35c to $2.501
Monarch     Mufflers ��� Other
wise   known   as    ���
muffler,   made  will,  plain nr
shaped  hack, anl  d :
enlng; at fronl   Eai h       50c
Satin Finished Silk
waists,$4.50 tu $8.50\
Waists     of    BUi
a-   Mervellleux,
Paillettes  are  ������
In our new Cl
lng       ale       WaiStS      ill
cream, black,   navy,      eei
old  rose, blown, .
cardinal, etc,   11 lowing
also contain:
of colorings In II in, taffeta waists, all ci ori Taken
altogether you W ill Bad
an unusually largi   i
These   sug^e ;. ���.    aid
you In choosing a Christmas!
gift  for mother      - ���
wife.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
for the Holiday Trade
All Prices.       All Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block. *441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Some Good Buys
| Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
* Price $850.00, Term
jj Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terns
! I 3 Lots on 7th Arenue, near 16th St.     [$500.00 each, Terms
See us about Port  Mann
| CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
Yes we can
Clean it
Our
Process of Dry Cleaning is
MARVELLOUS
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to
cast aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R278 and we will
hare the wagon call
promptly   for   your goods
Royal City Ckemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
SELECT YOUR XMAS PIANO NOW:
Wc will hold ii for you until Christmas Large sunk
to choose from. Wc carry
Gen-hard lleim/iimn. 1 ><>iiiiii
lon and Doherty. We Ml
Victor aud Edison TalklDi
Machines, Sheet Musli. Be*
in. Machines, ste ,:iSV
payments if dsslred.
i*h H-TODD'S Music House
419 Columbia Street Phone 694
OPEN   EVENINGS
Tht
IIF. J. HART & CO.. Ltd.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
Tha Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tha
Atlantic to tha Pacific; la Cuba,
throughout tha Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts lBBued without delay
on all tha principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
Thee*   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Weetmlnster Branch,
LAWFORQ RICHARMON, tiff.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Weitmineter

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