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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES &
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DEC 311910
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FYPEWmTERS
Standard  Make $5 Per Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,  FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
il^MttTlNG Of YEAR ' bo, siNfi, kay and lee
B 0m AffAIR    ALL B��� "��
Only Four Letters Graced
the File- No Business of
Importance Transacted.
Four   Chinks,   Sure-coin   Men,   Fall   In
Hands of Cops and Must Face
Charge of  Gambling.
���\rmed with a warrant In wliich it
I wus stated that G. T. Bradshaw had
grounds for suspicion that gambling
was gotoig on, Police Chief Hradsbaw
and Officer Stanton lust night entere I
a shack on Mclnnes street and took
in charge four monosyllabic China.
niiitiiiinlcatlons. the fewest   men.
regular  ineeting    this ���     Sing,  Bo,  Kay  and  Lee were
��� whs s Quiet und orderly council
(11I1.   wbicli   the   city   fathers     in
bulged in at the city ball lasl evening
0n!./"���'.   'any  regular  ineeting    this      ��mg,  bo,  Kay  and  Lee were    the
were read and one of them was   names given by rbe hopeless Orientals
HALF BREED BOY
KILLS GRANDMOTHER
Ten-year-old Alaskan Strikes
Old Woman on Head with
Hatchet  During Passion.
Juneau, Alaska, Dec. 29,���John Bor-
bridge, ten-year-old half bree.l son of
Cordwood Jim Borbridge. killed his
grandmother with a hatchet at. Douglas today.
Tlie boy had been severely scolded
HOTEL 1RA0E HAS
INCREASED IN VOLUME
Growth of City Reflected
in Bigger Business Catered to by Hostelries.
While New Westminster is not a
hotel town, in the Accepted sense of
the term, yet it has aftfays furnished
business for a considerable number
of hotels, and  the year now closing
���'' : ���.,;,. ���|  thanks for a gift   received
a      ���,,,  B  demand  for  B ditch, side
unfl
ant.
. il   crossing, rebate, road or g
Market By-law Discussed.
The market by-law was the    only
mestion which occupied anv const '���
'lil(. ,,������. Some of the clauses
iu9ed considerable disoussnn. Alder,
nan Gilley was in favor of barring
takers vendors of shoe laces, corn
crista, knife grinders, organ ditto,
m\ second  hand  dealers.
Kow there ts a list of articles which
mi',v be sold on tbe market and he
��tio sells otber stuff stands In danger
of the law.
Several minor changes to tlie bylaw were incorporated in the amendment which carried last night. M 	
Water Regulation. .... _
The   new   water   regulation   by-law  Million and    a Half   for    Merger   of
,ou'n,ing the times and terms of pay-1       Columbia School and  Hospital.
pent <>f water rates was passed.
William  Johnson  complained  of    a
as they were cross-examined by the
police.
"How old are you, Bo?" remarked
Chief Bradshaw, and he was not trying to stun anj Bowery slang either,
but was searching for truth.
The Chinamen have been gambling
for some time, but when arrested last
night, the money found on all of
them would not have bought a suit
ol clothes for a sardine.
The chief communicated with the
magistrate, who decided that tlie men
mi. hi be allowed out on ball of $30
each. Tbey had only been in a few
minutes when a "cousin" arrived and
bailed the whole outfit.
by his mother and flew into a passion. ] has been tbe best in its history, while
His grandmother attempted to (pilot
bim, whereupon the enraged boy
seized the batchel and attacked her,
striking her three times on the head
and killing her instantly.
The boy was arrested.
DIFFERENT  HERE.
GREAT GIFT TO MEDICINE.
ditch in front of his bouse on suburban  block  IS, lot 13, sub-division  38,
��� red to the board of works for re-
Want*   Doctor's   Bill   Paid.
\V. Contod  presented a bill for $50,
��� :-   the   doctor's   bill   for   damages
be sustained when a sewer caved in
-   : .  lime ago    Referred to the board
ol  works and  finance committee for
I
a letter of thanks for the Christmas
f   $50   was  received    from    St.
s hospital.
brnith   &   Sons  wrote  again  re-
-���    ing   their   application   fur   B   root the lease of certain Lulu Is-
| ���. ,     . ter bus, and the whole matter
v,,. b< threshed out nt a special meet-
\m. ot the council, the date of which
m.'l In? /ived  by tlie mavor.
Telephone   Matters.
A biter from tlie B. C. Telephone
company relating    to    certain    wires
���  ���     the Lulu  Island bridge  vvas    ic-
:��� red  to  a  Rfcm!    mt-ptin.      or ti10r
;.   t   committee    at   which    the    city]
t Suitor  will  be  present.    An  agree-
r-- tit covering all relations of tbe city
with the   phone   company    will   be
drawn  up.
The council agreed lo supply elec-
trie light for four street lamps in
fronl of the Russell bote, providing
the bote] pail tor the Installation.
The lights will be on the same system
BS the Columhlfl street clusters.
Lane Is Accepted.
!i was decided to accept   the   bees!   of  the residents of Eleventh
Streel   and     open     a     lane     between
Mowat and Eleventh streets. Work
will be started as soon as the property
i- signed over to the city by the
owners.
The finance committee reported
tbat it could not see its way oul of
paying the city's share of the salaries
ol the watchmen on the Great Northern crossing over the Poll Moody
read.     However,   the    report     recom
��� ded that a letter be written to the
i dlway      commissioners      protesting
ll  the award.
The    finance    committee    reported
Inst paying the damage claim pre-
ed against the city by Annie Lewi.
tor damage to clothes    she fell into
an i pen ditch a month or two ago.
Third Street Improvements
1 'lute addressed
fhlrd   street   improvements
���   df i I those who bad signed   the
Petition in favor of the Improvements,
���asked  the  council   to  si.n  a   con
N'ew York, Dec. 29.���George L. I
Rives, chairman of the board of ttlrec- '���
tors of Colnmbia university, and
Robert W. de Forest, president of tbe j
Presbyterian hospital, announced tonight that $1,600,000 had been pledged
to perfect an affiliation between the
hospital and the medical school of tne
university. The name of the donor is |
not announced. The gift comes
through Edward S. Harkness, a member of the wealthy family of New I
Vork and Cleveland who Jdds $300,-
000.
Market Clerk  of  Vancouver  Resigns;
Not Enough Business.
Comparisons are said to lie odious,
but  N'ew   Westminster  boosters cannot help a certain feeling of satisfac-
I tlon when they contemplate tlie sue-
j cess of the city market in the light oi
the news that Market Clerk Kelly, of
Vancouver,   has   resigned,   giving   as
| his reason the belief that the business
done there does not justify his   era-
I ployment as its head.
Since last reporting the unsatisfac-
I tory state of affairs, says Mr. Kelly
; very little improvement has been observed,  and Christmas  business was
I disappointing.    In    his letter   to the
indications point to a still better
year In 1911.
Nu figures are yet to hand, but the
managers of several of the local
hostelries are agreed in saying that
the business done is much greater in
volume than It was In 100!).
It is tbe nature of things that tbe
transient trade is the greatest factor
in the question, and it. follows that
the hotels in the immediate vicinity
of the C. P. R. and B. C. E. It. depots
are those which handle the bulk of
this business.
An idea of the extent**to which this
has increased is gathered from the
fact that the Windsor hotel this year
increased Its accommodation by
twenty-eight additional rooms, making
a total of ninety-four; and that in
spite of this, the space is frequently
taxed beyond its capacity. This was
particularly noticeable at the Christmas season, but even at other times
the hotel is frequently filled to its
limit.
Another  strong  indication  of    the
"MORE BLESSED Tfl GIVE"
IS TESTED BY CHILDREN
POLLING WILL NOI BE
IN CITY HALL IN 1911
Instead    of    Receiving    Gifts,    Sixth
Avenue Methodist Scholars Bring
Donations for Others.
The
annual Christmas entertainment of Sixth Avenue Methodist
church was held In the scliool room
yesterday evening, a large number of
parents and friends being present to
enjoy the occasion. B, F. Cassel-
man, superintendent of the Sunday
school, occupied the chair. As a test
of the Biblical precept that it is more |
blessed to give than to receive, the (
children, Instead of coming for gifts,
brought presents to be sent to the
Children's Aid society in Vancouver,
the donations Including turkeys, flour,
sugar, clothing, toys, etc.
A number of songs and recitations
Electors Will Select Council
in New Locale���New Returning Officer.
For the first time in manj years
the elections of mayor and aldermen
vvill not be held In the city hall and
City Clerk Duncan will uot be the returning oflicer. Also the polls will be
open after five o'clock in thc afternoon.
The returning oflicer will, be J.
Still well Clute and the reason for appointing some one other than ths
city clerk Is partly that the latter is
so busy that he has not time to at
tend to the multifarious duties   per-
approprlate to the occasion were given I tain|'ng t0 that 0mce and partly that
since coming    under    the    municipal
by the scholars.   Mrs. George Adams    	
infant class gave two character songs, ,,dauses act the elections will be more
recitations were volunteered by Lois
council, Mr. Kelly also recommended , growing faith in New Westminster as
some minor alterations which would j a coming hotel town is the number ot
have the effect of still further reduc-1 transfers which have taken place
ing salary expense, and    tlie    entire
MacDonald, Mary Stephens, Mary Morgan, Dorothy Adams and Miss McRae,
tableaux were staged by Mrs. Barnard's class and by Miss Davidson's
class, Santa Claus be'ng the chief
figurant. Mrs. Gordon's Bible class,
Mrs. O'Kell's class and Miss Madison's class gave song Interpretations.
A feature of the evening was the
presentation of a gold watch and an
address to Miss Gaudin, the organist,
j who has been untiring in her efforts
| for several years.
A number of presents to the teach-
��� ers were also made by the chil lren.
I     Compliments    were    paid to    Nora
i Barnard,   Stanley   Barnard,   Fiances
complicated than heretofore and it
was thought advisable to have someone at the helm who had a legal training .
The reason for the move to St.
George's hall from the city hall is
that the latter place is now too small
to provide accommodation for the
crowds of voters. St. George's ball
is immediately in the rear of the city
hall and so it will be no inconvenience for the voters to go there instead of to the city.
The reason that the polls wiU be
open from nine o'clock in the morning
until seven o'clock at night is that the
municipal clauses act states tbat
those hours shall be observed.   More-
O'Connor, Myrtle Gregory and Eileen , over u gives the iaboring man a mm:_
re''��� tJchSJrthroughout  the  year  without1
~ " V: , .L     ',   ���      1.   '  *    ,   o      ,i      I over i- givts uie luuui'i
Gregory for having attended Sunday |b_��flr c,mnce to yot(.
tone of his communication is   tfessl-1 were"Vancouver hotelmen who are in
mistic.
From this it will be concluded thnt
j the supremacy of New Westminster
i as a market town is likely to remain
unquestioned for some time to come.
i^J-arll���^ ^ ���P"r���ch���!:!e'..'i &��8w7a .Re" *��*��. '^iiile'Ge'rtie
1NSURRECT0S START
ON GUERRLLA FIGHTING
WAR ON SHARKS.
Mexican T'-ouble Will Probably Spread
Over Several Months. Rebels Being Split  Into Small  Bands,
whose actions may be considered
more or less in the nature of a prophesy. ^
The Hotel Russell also reports    a
satisfactory state of business.   Owin
to its location and the fact that    1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ caters to a high class of customers, it
... ,,  .       _. , ���,���U   /....,.���  does not receive anv considerable pro-
Western   Union   Telegraph   Company. -. /
,,������ . ., ."  c i������.��-       'portion of the transient trade, and as
Will Loan Money to Employees.      | \Veptmin?tpr H e8Senti&lly a city    of
Chicago  Dec. ��.-The first gun in mmibp-    of ^
its campaign against ibe loan $hsrkL^ ,tR doors does; not at am. ���
as far as Its own employees are con-^.   M      ^^ _. art. ,.
Adatfts,      Minnie    Laffeter,     Dore^n
\ Thomas and  Eva Speck,    who
I missed one Sunday, also ca'r.e
commendation.
only
n for
MM PflLIC. STOP
ANARCHISTIC PROPAGANDA
The polls will be held in St-
George's hall, corner of Clarkson and
Church streets; No. 4 flre hall, on
Keary stieet in Sapperton, and No. 5
flre hall, on Thirteenth street in the
west end.
The following have been appointed
'deputy  returning officers:     Adolphos
I Peele, W. Murchie, A. Wintemute, R.
���' T. Prince.    J.    B.    Rushton, William
Pope and A. Ferguson.
I     The  nominations  will be held    on
January 9 and the elections on Thirrs-
! day, January 12.
CliiTiuahiia, Mex., Dec. ^9.��� (Via Fl
Paso.)���Official reports .Inlay, which
seem to be confirmed by developments) Indicate that the lirst stage of
the Insurrection In Western Chihuahua is over and the second has begun.
The government believes that tlie
lnsurrectos fought their last organized  battle at   l'edernales  two  weeks
cerned, was fired by the Western
Union Telegraph company today when
the company's new loan    rule   went
ln tlie future any employee oi iua
company tn good standing Will be able
to borrow a sum equal to a month's
salary from tlie concern without the
payment of interest, A bulletin to this
effect has been posted In all the offices of the company throughout the
Country. Loans will not be made to
chronic borrov ers. however, nor to
employees hot In good standing.
The company has had much difficulty with "loan sharks." When conditions reache 1 an acute stage a con
ago and tbat they have split into email > .   �����, , ,_ n j      .
, ...   .,     ... .  .' ,, ference of officials was called and   a
bands, which  it  will take months    io1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
catch  and  subdue
tinues to do a quiet and stendily
! growing business, and nn doubt, wilh
) the   increasing   importance   of     New
Westminster, matters   will   improve
Bteaony nga\ &\<mg.
The King's hotel, once the Guichon
which changed its name and Its loea-
'tion in the summer, and wllich has
I recently heen altered and improved,
, reports a fairly satisfactory state of
j affairs, and several other hotels In
1 which minor improvements have been
I executed during the year have tbe
I same tale to tell.
In short, the hotel situation in town
may be described in one sentence.   It
is  healthy.
Russian Burglars Were Thieves Merely to Get Money for Furthering
of Rid Ambitions.
CIRCUS  MEN TO  ORGANIZE.
in
The reports nre confirmed by the
facts thai Malpaso, the key to the
railroad, Is tree of tbem and that
General Navarro is new in control of
the situation all along the line.
Chihuahua, Max., Dec. .9.���Colonel
Martin L. Guzman, who was In command of tlie lroup train, wliich was
shot up nt Malpaso, died of his wound
today. Ile was one of the best known
soldiers in Mexico,
plan evolved to free the company's
employees from the clutches of the
money lenders.
VIOLINIST  LOSES THREE
FINGERS   IN   EXPLOSION
Rome, Ga., Dec. 28.���As a iesult of
his flrst experience    with    fireworks,
were  rou.ed
tiiis'
Kl PtfBo, Tex..   Dec,   29.���Linemen
sent out to repair wiies to the south
report   that  today   they
with the following nslice;
"\\'e told  you  not  to  repair
 ^_m
the council on : superintendent.    He
On   send  men   south   of  San
after January 6, or we vvill not be re
sponsible    for    tlieir ^^^^
GtiarrH
TOBACCO MARKET GLUTTED.
Many Growers Anxious Not to Raise
Crop in 1911.
Lexington ,Ky., Dec. 29.���Developments here today appear to Indicate
that when the general convention of
the Burly tobacco growers of Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana and
Alexander Skibinski, a well known | West Virginia meets in Lexington on
Russian violinist and professor lni January 5, the members of the Burly
Shorter college here, never vvill be I Tobacco society and the tobacco
able to play a violin again. branch   of  the   American   Society   of
Skibinski,  who  has been    in    tbis ] Equity will make strenuous objection
country since last September, went to
a store last night and called for Roman candles.
Instead, he was given a tiant fire-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Icracker.    It  exploded  in    his    hand,
nd we mean it.   Notify    your I tearing  away    three    fingers.    Mrs.
bad better    not   Skibinski, also a teacher in the col-
edro  until ; lege,  was  standing   nearby  and  vvas
made deaf In one ear  by    the    explosion.
lives.
From
( onthtued on Page Four.)
DEMAND  NEW  TRIAL
AND THREATEN  STRtKfc,
9--One hundred    ^\^Z^Zlor a  report that the
��'  t'ody of a man    dressed    in English
chamber
(J JKE DCES DAMAut ^ imite. in a - _��� to he that of   ,,  Bran
Mintrilirr   nt  MlFFfT   tke   government   for  a   ^VlL*1 Grace  the aviator who was lost ��-b��o | ha.   be
PROV Nit Ur   llKtLlL    *,,,,��,,, tlle secretary    ol     he    coal ��� m;lk0   ,,   ,.ct���n,   flight | Bny   w,
. ; handlers, who was convicted of hav | ��W^        bppn washed_..p , at j tlnue8
Paris, Dec
flftv members    of    the
deputies have united in a petition to
to producing a crop in 1911,
The object of the general convention is to form an organization of
Burly producero of these flve states
into a great central body to control
the production. The objectors to the
plan to raisp tobacco next year say
the old Burly society has 8000 hogsheads of the 1909 pool yet unsold
while the 1910 crop, which has not
been pooled, is practically untouched.
Another crop on top of this, they
say. would ruin the market. Growers
who place about 200,000j>00 pounds
^^^B |of tobacco  annually  will  be affected
9.���The Deal Rxpress, by the new organization.
London, Dec. 2'X���Some of the
evening papers assert that police investigation of recent burglaries committed by Russians show that Loudon
was the headquarters of a gang which
carrfed on extensive lobbsries to
secure money to further an anarch-,
istic propaganda.
Literature preaching anarchy has'
been discovered among the burglars'!
effects, as well as explosives.
Translators are engaged on bundles
of letters discovered and which, according to the newspapers, make important revelations.
Expect to  Present  United    Front
Opposition to  Bill  Posters.
Chicago, Dec. 29.���An association of
circus owners will be organized here
1 today for the purpose cf meeting a
combination of the Associated Bill
i Posters and Distributors of the United States and Canada and arranging
for the juices to be paid by the cJicibj
men for the posting of bills for the
comping year.
Rill posters have filed a schedule of
prices for the coming season far in
excess of previous prices. They demand an Increase for posting sheets
28 by -12 inches s uire in all c'ties
of over 100,000 population.
ELECTRICAL SUPERINTENDENT
KILLED BY 2000 VOLTS
MAY  BE  BODY OF
LOST  BRITISH   AVIATOR
London, Dec.  29.���A plot  to assassinate King George lias been unearthed  In connection  with  the discovery
of a bomb factory In the east end of j
London, according to    secret    opera-1
tives and officials of Scotland Yard,]
says an evening paper.
The  discovery of the infernal  ma-!
chine works Is a sequel to the Hounds-
ditch crime i.n which three poli.emen
were  killed  by  foreign  burglars, the ���
report says.   They assert further that
not robbery, but anarchy was a qualification of tlie gang.  Documents found j
at the      bomb    factory    prove    con- i
clusively tbat a plan existed to kill
King George on coronation day.
Walla Walla. Dec. 29.���While work-
i Ing  with  electric  wires in Starbuck,
I Washington,   this  afternoon,   Edward
| L. Quinn, superintendent of the St*r-
buck Electric company, was instantly
[ killed  when attendants at the power
j house turned on the current, sending
; 2000 volts through hls^body.    The attendants   were  ignorant of  the fact
that Quinn was handling the wires.
Quinn was a graduate of the engineering  department of the  Wasblng-
; ton  state college at  Pullman, Washington.
BRITISH   M. P. DEAD.
Hundreds  of  Buildings  Wrecked  and
General   Havoc   Wrought���Details
Are  Meagre.
mg Instigated a murder
.i-ike  on   the  docks  In
the
duiing    the  from France,
llu.e   lastjAdlnkorke   near
.December and who was sentenced to : frontier,
i , :   b.    The Plea for a re-open.ng o
i  he case Is based on a chum tha   a 	
' tmticl-il error was made at  the cnai.,     . ,^..*..*., ���������-    ��� injured to-
J1^l^nera. ('ongregahon ofLahorlmeu weK, MJJ^^ a .ollerat
of President Fallierej
New Year's Day and threat-! pany.
Boiler Explosion.
Pittsfleld. Mass., Dec. 29.-Tl,Irteen
Deep Snow on the Prairie.
Brandon,    Dec.    29.���The   snowfall
en heavier this week than   in
eek  for many  years and  con-
 this morning.   It is a long tlmej ford and Tuvy,
Franco-Belgian j slm,e  tl)ere  llas  been  snow  oa    the
level as deep as at present. This ls
generally taken to mean thnt the
country is practically assured of sufficient moisture to make next season
|ha8 ari^rfoTal,!^ Morew0od Ice com
Athens, Greece. Dec. 29,-A    heavy I W  fron'
earthquake, causing    Immense    dam- den ce ��u^ ^
age  and  probably  many  fatalities, is  J>nS        '     st ror a new
��� eported  ln  progress In  the province   .   n med.
Of   Klis.    Hundreds of buildings have , and is noijS 	
been   wrecked    und     general    bavOO Rhodes  Scholar from   Ottawa
wrought,   according   to   meagre   tele-1    ^   n(M,   o,,_The first  Rhodes
graphic, advices.
Seven bodies have been iden-
strike a fe> days later, tilled   ^^ff^^TSS
trial for Dur-  stated that ahout .i n
when the explosion occurred.
Ottavv;
I    '>">l"'x; ''''nttn-ir.a will be Thomas
huve  been ordered to    the | scholar^ from Ottawa WH<    J^ ���,
Tho entire region south of the lower
IMndi.H mountains is said to havei re��
the shocks, wliich began early toaay \    �� t
and continued at Irregular taterja. JjJJ^.^
with  gradually Increasing force. ^?|BW1
centre of dlRlurlmnee  was al   '>,K    ;
near tbe southern boundary    ��    <
province.   It Is not known wl";,np' "
not  the earthquake was felt In nn
fiina, which lies directly south of r.n��.
Walla   Walla   Rhodes   Scholar.
Dec. 29.���Stanley Yates, a
W'liit mint    college,    was
next Ulioles scholarship
from  Washington  by the election of
the board of college presidents today.
s ia at Walla Walla, His term
will   begin  next   Oc'ober.
were considered.
��� ������������������       ^^^^
* Seeking Power Site.
Winnipeg, Dec. 30.���Macken-
zle and Mann are believed to
be behind a scheme to purchase the bydro-electric site at
Lac du Bonnet. Dnmmy cor-
.orations are seeking sweep-
m powers and rights worth
Sfllj^e of dollars. It. s likely
there will be a chtBh of Inter-
Ss and possible litigation be-
fore the site is secured.
Hls home
nt   Oxford ___^_
TWo other candidates
a good one.
Suicide at Nelson.
Nelson, Dec. 30.���George-Walmsley,
a resident of Nelson ffer the past
twelve years, committed suicide yesterday by cutting his throat wi'h a
butcher knife. He had heen 111 and
was suffering from mental aberration.
English    Educator,    Extensive    Greek
Writer,  Has  Passed  Away.
London,   Dec.    29.���Samuel    Henry!
Butcher,  Unionist   member _pf  parliament for Cambridge tinkers.ty since
1900, died  today.     He  was  bom    in
Dublin in lSiiO and was a son of the!
Bishop of Meath. I
Professor Butcher was presi.lent of
the   British  academy of    letters    in |
1909,    He taught successively at Ox-1
Edinburgh,   and    In'
1904 was a lecturer at Harvard.    He
had written extensively op Greek sub
jects.
Woman Cuts Throat
Vancouver, Dec. 30.���Mrs,. Hughes,
also known as Mrs. Finch, committed
suicide at Kltsllano yesterday t|r catting her throat with a razor. Sbctsroa
about forty years of age. It is alleged
her husband dessrted her a short time
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TRAIN COLLISION AT RYE
RESULTS IN FOUR OEMS
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Train Wreck In Kentucky.
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 29.���
Five persons were seriously
hurt nnd seven were slightly
injured when a Cincinnati,
New Orleans nnd Texas Pac fle
railroad passenger train was
partially derailed about flfty
yards west of the high bridge,
which spans the Kentucky
river, this morning.
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Scotch Whisky Trade Shrinking.
New York, Dec. 29.���Statistics for
the Scotch whisky trade Just published In London show that the dealings
for 1910 have been the smallest for
many years. ��The shrinkage in all
departments Is severe. The totul
production ls the lowest for sixteen
years, having declined over 2,000,000
gallons In the twelve months.
Ten   Others  Seriously     Injured    Are
Now In Hospital���Other*, Hint,
Rema'in at Camp. ^|
Ellensburg, Wash., Dec. 29.���Foar
men were killed in the ciollisioe between a construction trail aad a.
freight train at Rye, on the CkJeage,
Milwaukee and Puget Sound railway,
today.
|    The body of Brakeman CuJHm, oC
  j the construction train, waa ftmai ta
I the wreckage late today, making; the
Died in Y. M. C. A. Tank. fourth death.
Chicago, Dec. 29.���Harry   Hastings,I    Ten who were seriously fcsfi
of San Francisco, died suddenly here in the hospital here.   J. Maggssoejua
today ln the swimming lank cf   the a fractured skull and ls act
Central Y. M. C. A. Hastings was a
member of the Columblu Park Boys'
club, of San Francisco, which ls touring the country appearing at Y. M.
C. A. gatherings.
to survive.    Several    other
men are being cared tor in the
Tennis Players' Death
London,      Dec.    29.���
Doherty, the elder of the
Reduced Military Bidget.
Berne, Dec. 29���While   tt*
tary budgets of most countries t
creasing   annually,   Swltzeitaat   |h i
Reginald    I)   just decided to reduce hem %r fSHr
e brothers of 320.    The chief inductions see W-***_]
the famous English tennis team, died 030 in military Instruction; HMt*'J*-*
today.   He had been In Ill-health for war material, end $2?,0M le
some time. cations. ,, '
M* :.**)&r>JmSf *~ '>Ofti> tt* ������ \
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TR.OAV, DECEMBER 30, ^    I
WANTED.
WANTED���BY AN EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, work by the
day. Apply Miss McLean, 411 Tenth
street.
WANTED���A GOOD NURSE GIRL
* for small family. Appbly 201 Colum-
l   bia street west.
WANTED���A GIRL TO HELP IN
general housework. Apply 227
Queens avenue, or (167 Columbia
street.
WANTED���A GIRL TO DO GEN-
eral housework. Apply Mrs. A. E
Kellington, 44 Leopold Place.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms; good references
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; flrst class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.  ^^^
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 02 Hastings street east.
FOUND.
FOUND���A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
foruises 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���BEAUTIFUL EIGHT
roomed modern house (practically
new), situated on the best residential street in New Westminster,
commanding splendid view of upper
Fraser river. Large rooms, bath,
toilet, stationary tubes and furnace,
concrete foundation and full size
basement; connected witli gas, electric light and sewer. Half block
from city car. Price $7500. Easy
terms. Apply Box 24, Daily News
ofiice.
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU  TO
get our cash   prices    on    sbingles.
Westminster    Mill    Co.,   Ltd.,    box
1003, New Westminster.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real  Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
TORONTO TO HAVE
INEBRIATE'S COLONY
ACREAGE    IN   THE   VICINITY
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OF
FORTY   ACRES   good   land   near  the
site of the big elevators soon to be
established on tlie Fraser river, we
can deliver this for a few days at
$200 per acre on easy terms. Investigate this as it is a moneymaker.
TWELVE   and  two-thirds    acres    in
Coquitlam near the growing town of
Port Moody, this will be good subdivision property very soon, as it is
the highest land in tlie district.
We have some good acreage in Burna
by adjoining the city limits at ver;.
reasonable prices.
HOMES ON EASY TERMS.
SEVEN roomed house and two sixty-
six foot lots, on Fourth avenue,
near Queens park; $4500; eas?
terms.
DOUBLE  corner on  Sixth  street car
line;    all   in   fruit   trees,   moderi
house, seven rooms;    $4400,    smal
cash   payment,  balance    in  install
ments every six months.
DOUBLE corner on Princess street
two houses bringing in good rev
enue; $1800 for the. property,, wll
accept small cash payment and tin
���   balance can be arranged as rent.
WE have some excellent building lot
in the west end of the city on eas;
terms;   get  hold  of some  propert
before the big advance which is su:
to come.
WHITE,
Real
628   and
New
SHILES   &
Estate Agents.
746 Columbia
Westminster.
a
St.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
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
N'ew Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
city. tf.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 20S Front
street. City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed ho-ise 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
at'eet.    Applv on premises for pur.
tl-it. rs   or 512 Fourth street, New
__esti!iins<er, R. C.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE   SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CC
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711.
Box  160
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Bulldln*
New Westminster, B. C.
<*hone 661 Residence  Phone  13:-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR
ner Agnes and Seventh streets
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8fh St.
TO EET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
iply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Coljpmhla street aod Clarkson
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
ibusiness and central residential
property. The People's Trust Co.,
Ltd., Loan Department.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
.RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, auu In London, Eng-
iind, New Yoik, c.'c ago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking    bislneBs    transacted.    Let-
'ters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents in   all    parts of   the
world.
Savings Bank Djpartment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest ailowei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
(Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Wastmlfist��r
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone IM.     Barn 'Phone 1111
Columbia Street.
Caggage   delivered   promptly   !���
any part of tbe city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
iOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  WKSM
minster Board of Trade meets in tn��
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thursday of each mouth;
quarterly meeting on the tniro
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at rt p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday o!
February. New nietnberB may b'
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Farm to be Purchased Near
City For Use of Habitual
Drunkards.
That the inebriate can be cured of
alcoholism was emphasized again and
again in an able address given a few
days ago in the Normal school auditorium, Toronto.
The man who gave the address, Dr.
Crothers, of Hartford, Conn., knows
whereof he speaks, for during the past
thirty-five years lie has devoted his
time to the work of helping unfortunates of this class. Dr. Crothers,
who is superintendent of the Walnut
Lodge hospital for drinkers and drug-
takers in Hartford, and the editor of
a journal   devoted    to this   subject,
TAKES BULLET FROM SIRE,
SHOT IN MR OF 1870
PRACTICAL JOKERS GOT
EACH OTHER  IN  PICKLE
that attended to."
The man replied that
all the money that was
all the money thnt n,-     'e   hat] .������._
Prince Albert Herald: The personal  appeared unite     , ,     S aKliP|l for   "I
resemblance between P. J. tfolaa, the !5K-SSfif-S^ �� 3
n-ell known Calgary lawyer, who was   Mr    Nolan   w,u    ,,    ?.e   of ���,,.'"��l
r
we
With Aid of Powerful X-Ray Machine,
Dr.  Beroard  Performs Highly
Successful Operation.
Ottawa, Dec. 2!).���After
operation by which a bullet he carried in his leg for the past forty
years was extracted, Charles P. V.
Beroard is now on the highway to recovery and expects to leave the Ottawa general hospital, Water street,
about the middle of tlie week.
- Tlie operation was performed Friday last, and, amongst other things,   . .. .,.,,        ,.   ,        .  . . .
I its    possibilities    for   a joke on    tils
clearly showed the   advancement   of 1 friend Nolan, replied:
"Well, that certainly was a pretty
rank case of yours and we weren't
very favorably Impressed with either
ypu or the amount of money you sent.
We are not In the law business for
the good of our health, so you had
better come through with some more
money  if  you   want  such  a  care  as
time   later   Mr.   Daly
Nolan of the Joke.
About a year after tl
Mr. Nolan was
here this week at the assizes, and the surprised to
Hon. T. Mayne Daly, police magis-:
: trate of Winnipeg, and the oases of
, mistaken indentity which liave arisen
therefrom, have been the cause of
! many amusing Incidents in the
| careers of both men. lioth are Irish
| and imbued with the sense of humor
i successful for w,1ich that nationality is noted.
'At the time when the Hon. Mr. Daly
was minister of the interior In tbe
Conservative cabinet, he was travelling on the Regina-I'iince Albert
branch, when a man came up to him
in the coach and said: "How is It.
Mr. Nolan, that you have not done
anything with that case which I wrote
asking you to take up for me ?"
Tho minister of tlie interior grasping the situation In a flash and noting
shortly aft��� R'e��i.|
S��t ti letter ,w��f��
client, apologising for ,���,, ,' r��m ,|
along more money, and ���,,,". 8��nt|
remittance, with an urgent I.108 ��
the case be taken up forth���.I<H
Nolan was at Lethbridge! whe
came up to
as Mr. Daly
'im and
said:
adili
lent ���
11 �� ma,
"When win8,1!!.
the d
tlie
,Jtiei
my patent from the depan,������,'" lM
interior for my homestead
on which have been con.
long time."
Mr. Nolan saw his chanc*
the score.   Ile repliec
we are  running  the
to
the    medical    science    during recent!
years.    Dr. L. C. E. Beroard, son of l
the patient nnd house surgeon at the
Ottawa general    hospital,    performed
the operation,  wliich  was a difficult
one and caused much time and pre-
interior ���""���� i
ment for the good of our health'���
you want homestead pat<
have   to   dip   down
���ent8 you J
1,111  Brease
paw.     Get   busy  and   send  u*
thing  worth  while and  then wb ^
consider   your   patent,   bul
there will be nothing movl
'an
then i
Not long after Mr.
came to Toronto to address the meet-' paratlon.
ing held by the  Ontario Society  for!    On August 14, 1870, Charles Heroard,
the Reformation of Inebriates. in company  with a French regiment,
After utlllling the early history of, was lying entrenched on the edge of
I
ng
Nolan receiviJ
a telegram from T. Mayne Daly
read:  "You had better cut it ,���lt'.
department is getting a bad name
the work for drinkers, the speaker
said that these were divided into two
classes, alcoholics and Inebriates, The
ormer are habitual drunkards, and
keep themselves in a state of poison,
and are the more Incurable. Tlie latter have alternating periods of excess
'tid soberness, tind are somewhat like
epileptics. They were curable by the
removal of the cause of drink.
"This constitutes the highest kind
of treatment," said tlie speaker.
Dr. Crothers. while giving due meed
ot praise to the jail here in Toronto,
said that the only way to give those
men a chance to lead useful lives
was to establish a farm colony, where
strict discipline, coupled with wholesome out-door work would make decent members of society out of them.
A few words f hearty approval and
indorsation wore given by Dr. M. O.
Hastings, medical health officer, and
then Property Commissioner Harris
���old what will undoubtedly be done
towards providing a "farm colony" for
the city of Toronto.
Under present legislation, tlie city
has the right to buy property for such
a purpose, lt has been- decided to
make application at the coming session of tlie legislature to expropriate
or acquire land for a farm and to
issue debentures to cover the cost of
equipment.
Professor G. M. Wrong, tlie president of the society, who occupied the
chair, said thai 'l e farm wns a practical certainty, as the leaders of tlie
legislature were all pledged to obtain
the power of expropriation.
Dr. Chambers, governor of the jail,
and Dr. Bruce Smith, provincial super
infendent of asylums, Bpoke In strong
terms agalnsl the present condition of
things in Toronto, where the 30, 60
and 90-day sentence is given -instead
of tbe indeterminate one. And both
expressed hearty approval or tbe
farm colony project. Rev. Canon Inglis was also one of tlie speakers.
FLOATING CHURCH AT
END OF ITS CAREER
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARKIS-
t��rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. WhlteBlde, H
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE it
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and S
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WiPlatns building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, O. E
Martin.
Mariners'   Religious   Home   for   Over
Sixty-six Ye. rs  Presented to
Staten  Island  Parish.
New York, Dec. 29.���Tlie floating
Church of Our Savior, for sixty-six
and a half years unique among the
ecclesiastic structures of the world,
has ended its long career as ,i
spiritual homo for mariners. The
trustees have presented it to All
Saints parish, Staten Island, and the
ancient craft will end its days as an
amphibious church, for it will be a
floating church at high tide and will
rest upon the sands at Mariners' harbor when the tide is low.
Farewell  Services  Held.
Farewell services were held in tlie
a forest, on tlie now famous battlefield of Horny. Tlie German troops,
better armed and more numerous, had
pushed the battle all day and when
it was seen by lhe French that utter
rout was imminent, the order to retreat was given.
From out of the entrenchments
sprang the company of sol Here, of
which Mr. Beroard was a member.
No sooner were they up and exposed
to the enemy's flre than Beroard sank
back again in the entrenchments,
with three German bullets in his body.
When the Germans got possession
of the fleld. on wbicli over 2600 men
were scattered, dead and wounded,
tliey took Heroard prisoner and although tbey held out little hope of
saving liis life, had bim sent to a
hospital. Here for six months he was
confined, a prisoner of war.
Struck  Below  Knee.
One of the bullets be received dur-'
ing the Horny engagement waa
through the arm. it shattered tlie
bone of the limb. The Becond wound
was in the hip, tlie bullet passing
completely through the flesh. The
third wound was at the knee, the ball i
entering bi low tbe knee cap and
ploughing its way downward.
Although tlie German surgeons tried ;
to locate the ball and  remove it. they;
could  noi   find  it  and  when  Beroard
was exchanged for a German prisoner,
tlie bullet remained \\ith blm.
Shortly afterwards be came to Can-
tula ami in 1876, at the .Marine hospital in Quebec, lie bad physicians re-'
new tlieir efforts to extract tlie lead
he felt sure lie had in liis leg. They
probed for it bul were unable to find
the cause of tlie patient's annoyance,
Great pain was Buffered from the
wound, which had remained open, and
from then up to the present Lima, b��j
had   t<>  *ii*-r.n  it   twice   dally.
Anothir  Attempt   Made.
Ten years ago another attempt was
made by him to extract the bullel
This time he went to Montreal and
had llie X-ray, then In Its infancy of
development, used to locate the piece
of German lead. As the rays wee
weak, not being nearly as powerful as
at the present time, he was forced to
leave Montreal In the same condition
he went there.
A   short   time  ago   Mr.   Heroard  de-
tided   to   make one more attempt  toi
have the bullet extracted and accord-.,
ingly wenl to the Ottawa general hospital, Water street, to have the opera-
tlon performed.
He was placed under the new X-ray
equipment tbat was recently Installed
in  tills  institution    by    the    Ladles'
Auxiliary, and several photographs of
the limb  were taken.    These    served
to prove that the bullet was still In
the  limb,  it   having taken  a slightly I
downward cotiiBe and lodging in    tho
centre of the tibia, one inch and   a!
quarter below the Joint.    It was found j
that  tlie  bone  had   grown  around   It
and when the operation was perform-
ed, it was found necessary to chisel '
away   part   of   the   bone.     This   wan |
done and   the  bullet extracted.    The
ball was slightly flattened, and weigh-:
ed an ounce and three-'itmrtcrs.
Son Prizes Ball.
The patient, despite bis ��l.r> yearn, Is
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
Manufacturers and  Dealers In  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New  Westminster
AND
Box 13/
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HECTOR   McCAIG,  M.in.iger.
ONE NIGHT,
FRIDAY,
Dec. 30
L. K. WILLARD OFFERS
The Favorite Musical Triumph
(as presented 465 performances in Chicago)
"The TIME, The PIACE
and THE GIRL"
(Masterpiece of Hough, Adams and Howard)
Stellar Cast wilh   GEO.   EBINER   as   "Happy
Johnny Hicks," assisted by the famous
PENNANT WINNING   BEAUTY CHORUS
New Faces, Wardrobe, Scenery,  Electrical Effects.
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SESLhT"   m n����n, .S"nday- ,The  d0lnK we" at ,he "����P��al ��< Present
*!*"n      ���  \ K<o<-��-e tearfully.     since coming to Ottawa, 28  .ear
,t?__i       .f'0; hai';fd wj,r8hlPPers   ago, Mr. Heroard has been in the ������.,
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Plione 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce, Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
22
FI3H   AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Uame, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
I. O. O. P. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H, West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
T \V. MacDonald, financial secretary. ,   .,... |  |
had been baptized, confirmed and married In tbe church on the waters.
Whole families had been christened
al tbe strange font, consisting 0f a
ship's capstan crowned wltb a broad
cockleshell. Mourners remembered
that tbe funerals of their dead had
been held there ancl as the church
rocked on the swells that broke into
tbe slip of Bast river, many of them
nobbed under tlie weight of old
memories,
After the services, members of the
congregation drifted about the Interior of the old church, looking at
many memorials of snilors drowned
at sea, sea captains and men who
never came home, affixed to the walls
Thes* will be taken clown.
How Church  Was Built.
It was in April, 1844, that a group
of young men formed a society with
the long name of "Tho Protestant
Episcopal Church Missionary Society
for Seamen in the City and Port of
New York."
The same year the first floating
church was built and anchored oft
Pike street. In 1869 this waa burned
and the present structure  was built.
rs
post
office department of the government
Ills home is at 666 Somerset street.
"Its weight In gold could, not purchase that piece of lead from me," declared Dr. Heroard, tho son, as he
balanced in his hand a mis-shapen
piece of lead that bis father carried
in hls anatomy during the past forty
years.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
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SUCCESSORS   TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
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BOUND   FOR    SOUTH    POLE.
Lieutenant Shltjase on Board Kainan
Maru Sails From Kobe.
Victoria, Dec. 29.���The Japanese expedition to the south pole left Kobe
ii fortnight ago carrying Lieut. Shirase and a picked comnany bound for
the South Seas, according to mall advices Just received from the Orient.
The Kalinin Maru was so heavllv laden that little space was left on deck,
the cabins ancl even the dogs' quarters on deck, being packed with tins
of kerosene, coal, fuel, provisions,
tools, a sleigh, etc. The only empty
room  wbh  tbe one reserved   for the
recreation    of   tho   ship's   company.
,...���,                  , T,'ls room was artistically   decorated
Out of It. bas grown the present plant wltn  se-.irnl  artificial  flowers    About
of the   'Seamen's Church  Missionary noon, all preparations for setting sui!
Society for Seamen  In Ihe City and being ready, the directors of the Sup
Port of New lork," having among its porting association and several join-
features a hotel, a hank,    a shipping nalists boarded the ship, which soon
bureau, a steam yacht, a North river afterwards set sail amid loud trios of
station and a Battery station. Ban.ftl from hundreds of friends, rela-
The institution cares for 60,000 men lives nnd   visitors.    Commander Shi-
and boys in a year, and is planning to rase and Capt. Nomura wore seen on
erect a twelve-story building   to cost the bridge ns tbe Kilnt'ti  "..ru turn-
*r'00'000, ed her bow toward the Pacific
V
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18',;, Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewnrt, S. S. "Prince Albert" will leave Prince Rupert January (Ith ancl 20th for Port
Simpson, Kincolith, MusHett, skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc.
Double track nnd modern luxurious trains between Chicago   and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto,    Montreal,    Portland,    Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
8pecial Holiday Rates to Victoria for Sailings Dec. 24th and Dec. 31st
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City Pass, nnd Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent.
627 Frnnvllln St., Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 7100. Phone 3000.
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INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.I,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
SECOND MARRIAGE TELLS
TALE OF  SECRET  DIVORCE
Spokane, Dec. 29.���Spokane society
is  agog  over  the  marriage of  Mary
Lee  Moore, daughter  of Judge J. Z.,
Moore, to P,  \. Sylvester, a prominent business mun, both of this city.
j    The marriage Ib the first intimation
Spokane Bociety    1ms    had    at    the
I divorce of Miss Moore from her bus-
jband, il.  Richard Crane, of Wichita,
j Kan., to whom she was married two
[years ago in Spokane.    A honeymoon
; trip east, wns till the time that    the
Spokane girl spent with her first bus
'band.    A sudden and mysterious return to Spokane, where she has "lived
practically all the time since her flrst
marriage, came within two weeks af-
ter the nuptial knot bad been tied. Ah
!time  passed   and   sin-  still   remained
ai    the   home   of   her   father here,
friends  began  to  Inquire, hut  no information was vouchsafed. Tbe young
matron  moved    again    in  lhe    same
society circles she had adorned prior
to ber marriage.
It transpires that a year after her
1 marriage* she  was  granted  a divorce
In Kansas, and wns given the right to
resume her maiden name, bul this Sko
di i nol do, at least on   the   society
! lists of Spokane. The real Btory comes
with the second marriage.    She and
: ber second  husband  had  been  . weel-
hearts, a quarrel followed, nnd In   a
i buff    she    married  the eastern man.
Then   she   discovered   that   her   love
' was  still   With  the  man   In  the  west
j The ostentation thai had attended the
flrsl marriage was lacking in the Becond   ceremonial;   not  in  her father's
palatial residence was this ceremony
celebrated, but in  the  parsonage of
the presiding minister.
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PHONOGRAPH TOLD;
ELOPEMENT IS OFF
Letters Between Sweethearts
Barred, They Adopt Substitute��� All in Vain.
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in Daily except Sunda/
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Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
Daily
Daily
COAL!
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| TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
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TO QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
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WESTMINSTER   AND   CHILLIWACK
_U��ve Westminster k:t��c> a. m.  Monday Wednesday and Friday.
���rLeanC lliwach 7:00 a   m, Tuesday.
Wsrsday and Baturday.
KI)  GOULET,
t\***r*>%*\\ ,     W��.wtn��l��i����**r.
II   W.  BRODIE,
o   P. a , Vancouver
���H   RING UP 58
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Svveep^ig. ^��-v��.*rmiQh
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. Cess
pools.  Septic  Tanks.  Etc.,   Etc.
COAL
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Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot ot Sixth.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist  In Steel. Reinforced Con
Crete  and   Modern   Building  Construe
tlon     Telephone 806.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
New Vork, Der. 29.���When Cupid
slipped ii], on the Job in th b case���
which lias for its chief figures Miss
.Minnie Kvans:, .lames Stone Smith
, and a phonograph���one of the pretties! romances went, like manv another well laid plan, "agley."
There won't be any elopement next
(Tuesday nlghl from the Elizabeth, N,
.I., home of Miss Minnie, who Is 17,
and mighty good-looking. Mr. .lames
Stone Smith won't be able to chuckle
at the irate parents of the youthf7ul
inamorata, The phonograph won't be
set up as a household god in the
K\aus-Siiiii!i home.
This Is the story from the begin-
niny. Tbe young mun, wfio is a Phlla-
delphian, aged 25, was fori Idden last,
summer either to call upon the girl
in to write to ber. She was too young, j
her folks sai !.
Love  Messages on  Phonograph.
"Your   parents   know   thai     you're
awfully fond    of   your    phonograph,!
don't  they?    Well, Jim bus one, too, |
tind  he  su. gests  that  he'll  si eak  a |
whole record full of talk to you each
week   and   then   send   the   record   to
your local phonograph shop.   You get
some blank records and talk on tbem
to him.    Then every time you go to
tbe phonograph shop you can get one
which  he'll send, and  the people  in
the shop will send yours to him.
The scheme worked splendidly.
Kvery night, in the Kvans homestead
the ordinary phonograph records ca
rolled merrily about "Kelly" and such
subjects, while the elders listened approvingly, and then later, in Miss
Minnie's room, behind closed doots,
the Bpeclal records breathed the ten-
devest  of love monologues.
At  last,  in  September, came a  record bearing just one sentence: "Will
you  be  my  wife ?"    ln  leturn theie
| journeyed to Philadelphia a recOr I of
' only one word:    "Yes."
Yesterday Miss Minnie receive 1 a
record and hurried to her room. She
did not notice her father bei ind her.
The phonograph started:
And the Record Told It All.
"Lei  me hear your new son. , Minnie," asked Mr. Evans genially.
Miss Minnie looked tlie two records
: over,  gambled  on  which  was   which,
and then | ul one on,   After a few preliminary whirs this emerged from the
! funnel:
"Ever since we have been engaged,
i Minnie dearest, 1 have been trying to
I pet  a chance"	
"What's that ?" demanded Papa
Kvans. Minnie switched off the machine and tried to get the record out.
"Oh���it's a little love sketch or some-
thing," she stammered.
"Go on with it '." ordered papa.
 "for us to elope," continued the
machine.    "Now everything's    ready
Nexl Tuesday night at  10:30 I'll have
n.r> �����tn i_ Mock down tbe street.    We
will  run  to Ranway  and inne tv \aain.
and in a couple of hours you'll be Mrs.
���lames Stone Smith"	
Tbere were all kinds of Kvans fire
works and Kvans tears, then a complete confession, the production of all
the other records, and lastly a scorching letter to .lames Stone Smith saying that   everything was over.
For the cold snap coming.    Right straight
from the Eastern markets.
Pure All Wool  Blankets
Full 6 lb. weight, and full size; cheap at the
regular store price, $4.75; our special for
Thursday   and   Friday  only, $2.G5
Nairn's  English  Linoleum, regular 75c. per yard,
our special for these two days, 50c.
Graham fe? Wilkinson
Phone 707
SUCCESSORS TO  FRED  DAVIS.
The  Men  Whj   ..avejYou   Money'
655 Front St.
Try The
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
,    ill S. S.  PAYSTREAK |
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
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CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING J
Estimate,  Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
phone  388
Thomson   Blk.
leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, wltb
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at S a. in.
Leaves Cliilliwack   Wednesday,  Fri-
lay and Sunday at T n. m.
"Irst Class Passenger Accommodation
aOYAt  CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
The Oven
Of a Range
RAILWAY CO.
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Years txcursiors
Gold Watc..e�� ror Ladies from |12
lp I round trip.
,75 j    One   and   one   third fare   for the i
Tickets on sale  t
^ver Watches,   gents'   open UN; Jj^    22fld    tO
|7Snver watches,  gents' open   case, j ^    ^
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klgin
Iwatohei, Final    return    limit
Watch repairing a specialty. Tail.    5th,    1911
F.     CRAKE. ^  BRODIE,        BD- GOULET,
ITwo Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery     '0w>aM. Agent,^^^^
Iatt COOK
,, Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
J NEWS0ME fk SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
21< Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER       * B> C"
527  Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 550, | ii.':.���
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I. or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to ther. nge body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and aides. It la
natural that with an oven con*
structed in this manner, It requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays tbat way,
too.
Not* tin ilUrtratioM.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.	
Try Mooney Biscuits with any others. Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best. Mooney Biscuits have
the largest sale in Canada. Their incomparable flavor alone would
command it. Their appetizing crispness and inviting deliciousness is
simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes���its 640 windows���its 3 miles of floor space, we create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney's Perfection
Cream Sodas
In   six short years  Mooney Biscuits have jumped into popular
You will understand why when
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favor throughout the entire Dominion.    You win understand wny wnen    ir- _���
you eat them for the first time. V*';:     %_&&&
You can get Mooney Biscuits  at your  grocer's, fresh   and  flaky ,."/���T^Sgjr'
in damp-proof wax paper lined packages. *_**&, - V::i^.-:-M'���;.'. ���*
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MOONEY   BISCUIT  &   CANDY CO., LTD.. STRATFORD, ONT., AND WINNIPEG, MAN.
ThtTBest BtfA&r
in Canada
A good oven is the housekeeper's delight.   A
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poor one is th i
we want to tell
despair of her life.    That':; why
you about this Chancellor.
A special divided flue makes
thc oven a perfect baker.
There i.> not a rantje in the
country can beat it.
Raking day   instead  of being a
trial tind a disappointment i.i a pleasure, a
satisfaction.
Come in the store when you'rt down
">wn and let us explain to  you just  how  thi-;   flue   distribute-.;
thc   heat   evenly over the whole oven.     Bakes In front just as
well as back���under crust as well as upper.
ThtGURNEYOXFOROSmi. TOP
means a marked saving in fuel, and better baking results. The
Chancellor not only does its work belter but at less cost than
other ranges.
We can demonstrate to you thc whole superior Chancellor principle of economy
and efficiency in ten minutes.
Isn't it worth that much of your time right now ?
Thc Chancellor is made for either coal or wood. Other Gurney-Oxforil designs
of every sort, for every purpose and ail kinds of fuel, on display on our lioor.
Special demonstration now. K
IT. J. TRAPP & CO.. Ltd.
681 Columbia Street
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Published by Tlie Daily News! Publishing Company, Limited, at tlfjfc offices,
corner   ef    McKenzie   and^^ictoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
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CLASH BETWEEN
CHINA AND JAPAN
This May Involve Russia, as
Feeling is Bitter on Man-
churian Frontier.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910.
TECHNICAL TEACHING.
Not much has been heard recently
about tlie proposed night School or
continuation classes, which the school
trustees of this city proposed to
adopt. Nor have we yet been apprised precisely of the subjects to be
taught. The necessary number of
students having been secured to ensure thc establishment of this night
school, it is to be hoped tbe trustees
will bo forward with the scheme without delay and strive to make it a
really useful addition to the present
educational opportunities of New
Westminster.
Our feeling is that if once these
continuation classes are fairly established they will prove attractive to a
good many young fellows in this city,
among whom there is a real desire for
some means of acquiring extended
knowledge and tuition of a practical
character wliich will render them
more efficient in the pursuit of their
respective occupations.
We observe that (lie Vancouver
school board has instituted a class in
shipbuilding, the syllabus of which
will include instruction in practical
laying off. drawing, model making and
the building of all kinds of water
craft, from small sailing and fishing
vessels fo tug boats. It occurs to us
that such a class would prove most
advantageous and receive good support on the part of students in thla
city, in and about wllich there are so
many who gain tlieir living on the
river and tlie sea.
Victoria, Dec. 29.���Disquieting conditions wliich may give rise to serious
trouble between Japan and China, if
not between Russia and China also,
are reported by the Tok7o Kokumin,
according to advices brought by the
steamer Tacoma Mferu.
The Kokumin says the growing intimacy between Russians and Japanese in Manchuria is having a serious
effect upon the Chinese, especially the
officials and anti-Japanese and ami
Russian sentiment is growing apace.
The slightest movement in Manchuria
of Japanese troops cause great suspicion and large numbers of Chinese
spies are constantly reconnoiteririg.
Spies Are Numerous.
When the maneuvres of the Japanese troops in Manchuria Were arranged in November tlie Chinese military officials sent a large force of
Chinese troops to the scene, and only
by tactfuiness on the part of the
Japanese officials was this force withdrawn before any untoward incident
occurred.
Since   then    Chinese    troops    and
police   have  been  greatly  augmented
along   the   Antung-Mukdcn   railway,
and  they   liave    instigated    Chinese
coolies    to stir    up dissension    witli
Korean laborers, with the result that]
for  three   days   about   1000   Chinese j
and Koreans fought, the Chinese police assisting the Chinese with arms,
and there were several casualties.
May Become Violent.
The Kokumin concludes a long article by stating that if Japanese
guards are augmented to suppress
these outbreaks further suspicion and
fear will result and the Chinese may
at any moment commit despcraie
deeds of violence against the Japanese or Russians.
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What About  Thaj
New Year's Girt?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
Wc have a full ljne
of Rogers Bros. 1847
Silverware, also a full
Selection of high ^rade
Carvers, Cutlery  and
Nickel Plated W
are.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
RUBBER AND TEA.
In this country, where tea is so
popular a beverage, it is a little disquieting to learn that, owing to a
variety of causes there is about to
arise a shortage in the supply of the
fragrant leaf from India and Ceylon,
in   consequence   of   the   forthcoming
Overcoats Reduced
^= 1-4 in Price ^=-
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why ?
Because our overcoat stock is altogether too large
at this season of the year.
TONIGHT'S    ATTRACTION.
"The Time, the Place and i lie Girl"
to be seen at Westminster Opera
house tonight, is a musical comedy of
heart interest with a plot, of strong
dramatic scenes, yet full of fun, laugh-
provoking dialogue and humorous
complications all set to music and
with its acting possibilities enhanced
by half a dozen unique, but thoroughly lifelike characterizations. For instance, there ir. the philosophical
young "sport" witli a mine of wisdom
expressed in clean and down-to-date
slang, the trained nurse, worldlv wise
and a consequent rise in price. There. but fl gentlewoman; the proud and
has already been quite a boom in the. petulant daughter of the rich, who is
prices of shares of tea producing com-1 tamed by the "sport;" the Italian la-
panies on the London stock exchange i b,orer-   _**��   P^viAea   the   sentiment:
the coal-heaver who is just "going to
be   married," and    tbo   classy   man-
$25.00 0vercoats$18.75
20.00   "      15.00
$22.00 Overcoats $16.50!
15.00   "      11.25 i
NEW YEAR'S  GOODS
We  are  dally   opening   up  new goods and are Bhowlng the lam
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited in New We
Now is the time to choose thai article for a New year gift
We will put goods away for you until  you  want  them.
Call and examine our stock now, when it is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
Chamberlin's
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shortage, and a strengthening of rates   about-town, whose wild oats are bar-1 ** i     i
vested  as  gamely  as  they are sown   COHSerVatlVe  mOCielS.
Now is the time to invest in one of fWW""^rTT"T7 ~~|
,, iti _     j*        1   a    l ��� Now ,s tho T,me *<> Invest
these splendid overcoats ior 1-4 less :
than the usual price. i|
We have all-styles, some smart and |
snappy enough to get away from the
conventional; also the plainer, more
on the lea market in Mincing Lane.
It is estimated that the shortage oa  Wilh   tl,cse  ^'l'08  cleverly  exploited, I
..     _    ,. , ,._.���,_ ,      '"The Time, the  Place and the Girl"1
the  English  market  will be no  les*jkecps safelv out of tlle cnnventiona!
than sixteen million pounds, which is rut.    It  is  distinguished   by comedy!
likely to be intensified by the gradua'.-' rather than clowning, though there is
ly increasing consumption. The reason  a bit or t;V�� of buries.ue interpolated)
for this restricted supply is said  to  to magnify the contrasts    George Bb-
1' ��� nor, again beads the cast, playing tlie I
he tlte rubber boom. This has par,( character of Happy Johnny Hicks, the1
ticnlarly affected the Ceylon tea ship- square gambler, a part that is pecu- ���
ments, many of the tea plantations in J1:""^' suited to the droll amiability of1
thai isjand having been devoted to
the cultivation  of rubber.    The rub-
REID   & CO.
Store of Satisfaction.
601 Columbia St.
liis methods.
There  are twelve delightful  songs,
among them being "Thursday Is My
ber development has affected tea pro* Jonah Day," "Dixie, I Love Vou,"
Auction   iii   another   way.    In   many  "Don't  You Tell"  and  "The Waning
parts of ( eyion where new tea planta ���  "on*ynJ,oon,"1   "!   Dont    Llke   Your
., ,, . .       ' Family,"    "First   and    Onlv,"   "Lone-
lions would have been made, the pro- 8ome Tonighr and forty wondorfullv
prietors, attracted by the high prices  attractive chorus girls
of rubber, have elected to plant this
instead.   Then also, owing to climatb:
trouble the Ceylon tea crop has been
an unusually bad one.
Canada Is a good customer in the
Ceylon tea trade. Her total import of
tea is about twenty million pounds
er annum, and of this amount probably three-fourths comes from Ceylon.
It may be that this shortage in the
Ceylon and Indian teas will cause
Q. ina tea to come into favor again.
Time was when China entirely controlled the tea trade, but for many
years now the product of the celestial
empire has steadily dwindled in favor.
TO THE  PUBLIC. MERCHANTS.   RAILWAY  CONTRACTORS   ^HIP
HffiHKDPIOWNLRS AND OTHERS.
OVER   TEN   MILES   OF   WATER   FRONT.
Dockage with trackage, 00 Fraser river and North Ann in 75 lots,
iti city of New Westminster and surrounding districts ot Richmond,
Sunbury, Annacis Island. Loin Mand, South Westminster, Browns-
viu<-. i-on miuiii. Coquitlam, Matsqui and Parson's Channel, with
trackage    can sell any ol  the abova on easy terms.
Port .Mann lots and acreage on  easy  terms
Hairy, fruit and chicken ranches in Surrey and district, ranging
from two acres to 040 acres, at all prices and  terms.
For particulars call on
A. G. Marshall
Phone F507
WOMAN   DEPUTY   SHERIFF.
Last Meeting of Year
is
(Continued from Page One.)
Miss Lucy Jones Appointed to Position in Fayette County, Pa.
Uniontown, Pa., Dec. 2'.).���Miss Lucy
Jones, a university woman and one
of the leaders of Uniontown society,
lias been appointed deputy sheriff by
her father, at her own request, and
will be expected to do her part in
looking after the outlaws in Fayette
county. |   ij
Announcement of Miss Jones' new
tract with the paving company and
go ahead with the scheme. He ex-1
plained the law on the matter which
required the city to proceed if a petl-
tion representing 50 per cent, of tho
assessed value of the property were
not received.
This matter will also be taken up
at the meeting on  Tuesday evening.
Mayor Lee gave a brief report of
his trip east. He stated that the
delegation bad been cordially received
by Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the cab
inet.
Hoth Sir Wilfrid and Hon. William
Pugsley expressed themselves privately as favoring the scheme.
In Toronto he had seen Hugh
Guthrie and Wallace Nesbitt, who had
told him that the city's suit for the
lands around Coquitlam lake would
be successful.
He reported on the ��reat progress
being   made   in   eastern   towns and
._.,;���,      ���,, ,    , . I cities with street improvements.    H*��
position    came    yesterday    when    a was surprised    at the
handcuffs.     She   succeeds   a  deputy
who will study law.
ORIENTALS ATTACK
AMERICAN CONSUL
Washington, Dec. 29.���That the attack at Dalny by Japanese and Chin-
��we on the American vice-consul foreshadows anti-American disturbances
Is the belief in official circles here
today. The Japanese government has
been asked for an explanation and
severe punishment of the offenders
will be demanded. Reports received
at tbe department indicate that Consul Williamson barely escaped with
liis life.
streets.
"We think we In the west are away
ahead of the times, but they have
wakened up down there and we must
do so, too.
"But I bring back the word that we
have in New Westminster one of tho
finest places in prospect," he said.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening Dress Suits, Blouses, etc.,
all new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Deans' Grocery
615 Columbia St.
'Phone 386
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WISH TO THANK
all my customers
and friends for their
liberal patronage since
I commenced business
in my present store ;
my business has increased beyond my
expectations, which assures me that our efforts
to give you the best
goods and service possible, has been appreciated.
My staff join me in wishing you
one and all a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
C. B. Deans
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|     INTERUPBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
j Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
iand every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at  6,  7,  8  and every   half
hour until ll p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRE8S SCHEDULE:
Kxpress cars leave  New  Westmlnsttr for Vaneouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. m , and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
20-mlnute service from 5:40 a. m. tint 1   11:20   p.   m.    Sunday���20-minutes
service fiom 8 a. tn.  until  11:20 p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute aervlce from 0:10 a. ro. ui til 11:30 p. m.     Sundaj���IJmln :'**
service ftora 8:10 a. ro. until   11:80p. m.
-ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE WESTMINSTER   BRAMCM.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Rturne 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.
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To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westmins'.er 9 a. m. and fi p. m
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Street.
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Local and Eastern.
Ducks, Geese, Chickens
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Home Made Mincemeat
Central Meat Market
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PHONE 370. 5PORTTNG news
VICTORIA AT RUGBY
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���
��� California*   Win   Second
Round for Cooper Keith
i .Three Points to Nil
29,���Berkeley
Victoria,
tbe   -*^��
Dec.
BflgW
to
jper
cliauiP10
jioon
scot
^^^^^   won
match    for    the
for the Paclllc foist
from Victoria this ufi<-��
points, making the ft.st.
"   series    Dolan, after some
Pf,*, close  to  the  Victoria
"ax l"'s ',7 j��� a rush Just as the
��' 0>-     ������     The   try   was  not
second half ended
1,1 iice
over in
r a closed.
and
was wet,    rain    fallin-
lirst '"������-     j tlie      .^___^__^__^_
motive"80.rther  score,  although   Vle-
1-villi **��     .|.,,merously close several
times. ,  .. _^^^^^^^^^^^
T1'e fhe' great portion of the gam
,d'irin!i  ��� was free from tbe roughness
Tbe h    D-irt  of  Hie  collegians  which
rted tl.e tirst game.
m~t C&lifornians excelled in passing
��� '   .',���i   ,-onsiderably    by    clever
lon  They bad the advantage
��� :':;;������! wh..��� Victoria bad the
'",';���,. to the line this superiority
bal!    victoria dribbled   much  better
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Packy Signs to Fight.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 29.���
Matchmaker Jimmy Hurst, of
tlie Grand Avenue Athletic
club, tonight, signed Parky
McFarland, of Chicago, and
Johnny McCarthy, of San Francisco, to light ten rounds here
on the night of January '.). The
lighters will weigh In at 135
pounds at three o'clock in the
afternoon.
"Hope" Wins.
Tacoma, Dei
ter, the
who Ik
the
30.���Jack Les-
Tacoma   beavj weight
leing touted as one of
promising "hopes" for the
white race, and who ll under
the wing and training of
Former ChainpViii Tommy
Burns, defeated Ed. Hagen, of
Seattle, by a straight uppercut
to the Jaw in the ninth round
of what was to liave been a ten
round mill hero last night.
Lester shows considerable
promise.
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PREPARE   FOP   TOURNAMENT.
Three Teams to Be Picked to Practice
for Spokane Meet.
At.
. a meeting of the executive of
the Westminster howling club last
night, three captains were appointed
to pick teams to practice for
Spokane tournament. Tlie
chosen were W. Sloan, D. \V
and R. H. Corbett
the
captains
Gilchrist
CAPITAL   LACROSSE  CLUB
TO BE DECLARED INSOLVENT
Ottawa, Dec. 29.���Just a breath of
summer warmth to take the chill ofL
the hockey atmosphere. President
Walter Cunningham, of the Capital
Lacrosse club, it. ia reported, will declare the organization In a state of
Insolvency after the N'ew Year.
The troubles of the Capitals financially   have   been    in   existence   for
���, n. ,,  wwiuwu. .many  years,  but  have  been  partlcu-
The teams picked by these captains 11ar,-v ar,lt�� ,he Past two se-isons. Aft-
will practice regularly and from those "r ,,lf; r'lose nf the season 1910 Presi-
having the highest averages at the', imt Cunningham found it Impossible
time of the tournament the team to'to *-'et a quorum at. the wind-up meet-
go there will he picked. I ,n��s-   The result Is quite a lot of last
The teams chosen will play in Van- arson's business remains unsettled.
couver regularly and get accustomed i    Mr   Cunningham   points  out   there
to strange alleys and  it  is  expected  are any number of local men willing
aid a number of bni
to....   ^^^^^_
'���I'l! rosbes were made at the dribble,
: Ing by a narrow margin
. ins,  only  a  tumble on
'     ;. casion saving    Berkeley    from
, try scored on them.
. a s large audience.   Alex
��� .,.*.   Jordan and Phleger
.the game today ior Be -
. ... itenant Holt fur Victoria,
game of the series will be
:.   .��� Monday.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ expected
that by the time tbe date of the
Spokane tournament, arrives, Westminster will be able to send the best
team tbat ever left the city.
ROVERS   TO   BREAK   AWMi.
Tour    for    Longboat.
i  29.���Alfred Bhrubb is
: g     with     Tom     Loi
a   view   to  ba
tnv him to Kngland and run a
to take no where the present club
has left off. so that tbere is no dancer of Ottawa dropping out of N. L. I'.
lacrosse. The t>oor showing of the
team the past two years caused a de-
ci led falling off in attendance, though
big average gates turned out when I
the venue was transferred to Lansdowne Park, but admission rates were
cut to practically half.
The club has at. odd times 1 een offered fairly good sums for its N. L. I'.
franchise, but, always held on, hoping
for a championship team that would
clear all past, indebtedness.
CANADIAN
^^^^^^^^ land andj
jeries of match races in February.
ii aa he is now is h
1 want to meet from tifieen   !'��������� ������! ���'������!
q   miles,"   said   Shi     b   I
In England i bei ���   ���   -     eone
Id  of him and : ���
tin properly,   and   pro] ���
al   Indl in  is even no*
��� ���   an i twelve mile   I   'here i
���. Ing around.    The  mon
��� [ndian the more I respect him.
��� wonderfully well to
��� - no training.    1 km   ���
ere ��� ������ can dra
to a race    Tbey .ir.- crazy to
[ndian in England.   If I
lecided answer from ti:- Indian
mid depend on it   m>   Ei
would draft a tour that
I   ������     some big mow
is in ���
ran one and one-half miles
teep  snow  with all  his
the   i ther   da].
���wing  thi ods and
tor four 1 ours after rui.
Local   Football   Team   Will   Probably
Leave   District   Association   in
January.
At a meeting to be held in Vancouver on January 5, whlcb E, Murchie
and A. G. Heaton will a'tend as dele-
gates from tbe Rovers Football club
ol this city, it. will probably be decided that the Westminster team will
definitely throw in its lot with the B.
C  a  a   []., breaking away complete! "
from  the  Vancouver  DIstri t   league,     f)rf' f^0^ candidate for honors in
with v. as been associated tor   *^r' heavyweight division nas appear-
years.    The locals feel they bave notjed  in  the  person  of Joe   Burke, the
a ������  shake on  Beveral  Canadian amateur champion, who lost
occasions and are willing to leave the the   United   States   championship   to
thout their help. Warren Barbour in Boston last year.
.   ��� drawal   of   the   Rovers   will  Burke is a strapping big fellow and
ngement of the league] will shy his castor in the "Day" class
SCRAPPER
MAY   HAVE A TRY
New Year's
Coming
Be ready
) for it!
Everything
in season
to be found
at our stores
-of the finest
quality, at
the right
prices.
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVE S
the system and deaf the
box at all druggists'.
Chemical Co. ef Canada,
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For New Year's Presents \
Chocolates, Perfumes, Etc.
Call  at
Ryall's Drug Store ij
PHONE 57
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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\ STORE, BANK CITTIMP C I
I AND   OFFICE Till Ull_0 j
! SHOW CASES |
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
i J. BROOKES, Proprietor
X    WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
I de, all  points    gained    by
: e    defeated
. deducted.
WESTERN    CANADA    EALL
LEAGUE   DEFICIT  IS
the
the
$84
Johnson
ris, Dec.
to   Box   in  Parts.
._��, _ ... -It is announced tbat
the hea'.;- ���  light cham-
has accepted definitely tlie offer
-��� 'i\<*  time  age of  $25,000    to
to  Paris  in  April and  tizht. the
of tbe approaching match be-
Joe   Jeanette  and   Sam   Lang-
Winnipeg  Dei   -   - What has come
���   r; ���   .:.   ts I be annual tet'Ort of
the Wt    en   Canada Baseball L ague
I ��� -ue very iii im-
I tl     Winnipeg's attend-..
0  tor the season, the
est in the  ������ Tbe largest tor one
day was the double-header with Mi
Jaw on  May  .1. although  Edmonton
drew  i bigger crowd on Dominion day
.:in   Wtnni.es;.
The league p.dd to tbe mmomi
��� ..rnnu-.~i.in for protection $176.
The present deficit of fhe league is
$84 84, which means an assessment of
$12.12 per club, Calgary is the only
Citj rbat is absolutely s jiiare with
the league, while Winnipeg, supposedly ripe for class A ball, has not even
come through with the J-Hm) guarantee.
as auickly as he learns enough of the j
boxing game.
f'.irke  is  most,   too   modest   for  a '
ter, ho   ���   er.   He hopes to find an
instructor who will help him master j
tbe art of jahbing and countering.
"I don't know a thine about, the fine |
points of boxing," said Rtirke, "b'it |
want 'o learn. They say I have a good |
punch, and that's all. Now, don't put. j
anything in thp paper about me. for I ',
.. am not looking for write-ups."
This  last  line  shows  tbe   amateur
��� lot of things to learn before be I
: ���     -aes   a   real  member  cf   tbe   tin- j
1   fraternity.    Fancy a  real  boxers modestly dodaing a press notice.
C. A. Welsh
The Peopled Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton      Phone 373
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
NOTICE.
Over Two Hundred Descendants.
> -rlotvUla, in.. lie-. 29���Mrs. Elizabeth Dallinger, a native ot RmMuky.
who died here yesterday, at the age
of 9.3 years, of burns received when
her dress caught fire from her pipe,
had -01 living descendants. There
are six children of a family of sixteen
surviving, besides ST" "gran lchiidren.
91 great-grandchildren and 34 great-
great-grandchildren.
Having sold out tlie Cosmopolitan
hotel, I will not. be responsible for any
debts incurred in my name.
(Signed)     J. D. ii. McDONALD.
December 29, 1,910.
This schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
passenger rates apply to
Parties having baggage stored in
the Cosmopolitan hotel, I will not be
responsible for same after December
13, 1910.
iSigned)     J. D. B. McDON'ALD.
NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Blankets and Comforters
Our Prices on Wool Blankets and Comforters, both Cotton and Eiderdown are
the Lowest in the City
The five roomed cottage at Edmonds
listed for sale by D. C. Patterson has
been sold. *
D. C. PATTERSON'.
Edmonds. B.C., December 28, 1910
$1.10
1.25
1.50
4.00
5.40
10 x 4 Flannelette sheets per pair,
11 x 4 Flannelette sheets per pair     .      ���
5 1.2 x 6 ft   cotton filled Comforters, good
coverin-   well filled and quilted, each,
Eiderdown Comforters from each      .      *,
Best Scotch wool Blankets, large size, 7 lb.
Greytatki'in'alTsizesand weights at thelowest
prices. -   *.   . ���.��
No need to be cold et ni��ht
i,w Rickets or a Comf< rter an 1 have comfortable
Comeimdgetapair^ little money
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
Galloway & Lewis
DEPUTY   SHERIFF   ROBBED.
Beaten by Men in Missouri and Held
a Prisoner.
Sedalla, Mo., Dec. 29.���Charles Her-
lden, deputy sheriff of Saline county,
escaped from a rooming house here
last night, where he has been kept a
prisoner fourteen hours by flve men
who beat and robbed him of J1000.
His skull was fractured and his
condition is dangerous. Heriden, who
came to Sedalia to buy cattle, was
gagged by the men and carried to a
room. He escaped when his captors
left him unguarded for a few minutes. The police have been un'ble
to tind the men.
THREE CONVICTS SHOT.
I This is a real Snap
Seven roomed house on Eighth street, just above
4th avenue, on fine lot, 54 x 132
Price only $2800
$1,000 cash; balance, (including interest)
$25 per month
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
uarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
UP-TO
DATE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Phone 829.    Corner Columbia *nd Fourth
Streets   New Westminster.
After    Killing    Three  Warders    and
Wounding Three More.
Kharkoff, Russia, Dec. CO.���Three
convicts in the Kharkoff prison killed
two warders with crowbars, seized
their keys, and a revolver, and rushed
out. into the courtyard, where they
killed a third warder anS mortally
wounded two more. While attempting
to elfnib the prison wall they were
shot. The remaining ninety-six convicts were passive spectators of the
affair.   Order has now been restored.
WILL   RAID CAFES.
J
Spokane  Pastors  Purpose  Interfering
With New Year Revelry.
Spokane, Dec. 2!>.���Remembering
previous riotous scenes of revelry, a
party of the leading pastors of Spokane is being organized to make a
descent on well known cafes in the
early hours of the New Year, next
Sunday morning. Local pastors declare they do not intend to permit the
desecration of the Sabbath day by
an extension of New Year's Joy.
The law forbids the sale of liquor
after midnight on Saturday. The pastors will descend on places where
revelers gather and will take the
names of boisterous ones for publication, the declare.
"A Horse, a
Horse, My
Kingdom for
a Horse"
Richard III, felt the loss of hie horse keenly, but you would feel
juet aa bad if you lost a valuable horse or horses through an accident or disease. ****** tt>\t* *  ���
If you take out a policy on your horses with one of the companies I represent, you wlll displace one Of your worries. A policy
of this ttind  Insures your horses against death from any cause.
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER.
��� .-. ��� . ���
^^J GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Str^t
Phoiw 62
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THE MORNING PAPER
If'?'
is the only effective medium
for advertising your goods to
get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. The first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published in the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in
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FRIDAY, v
TENDERS.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
pany, at the suit of Frank Wlllens   \\u
will,   sell    at.   Duthie Station,   Great
Northern Railway, Burnaby, on Tuesday, the   :ird   day of January,   1911,
at   10 o'clock In the forenoon, the following or sufficient thereof to satisfy
_                                  the Judgment and costs herein, about
. ���uidres-sed to the un- 1,m cedar poles about 11 inches at top
endorsed  "Tender for  ''���'���������  ls Inches at bull, from fat to c,r,
mua  boat for British  feet lo,|K and as    soon    as    possible
�����' M'),",'.i   be   received   at   this . alterwards,   al   the   North   Star   Pole
nm.l'ia." *"�����  m   on Wednesday, I Company's camp,  Koyal    Oak
:������.il'l-   .'���' or tho   construe I Burnaby   	
hull, from au to 65 feel long
of sale, casli.
T. .1. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff
December 24, 11) 10,
Sealed Tend*
���\��<.ii and
derslgn80'
Colum
��Hi
E" IS CALLED
fOR OLD PRINTER
 mu
Jan^'/fl.'gasoline
186   cellar   poles
road,
ibout     11
January l _.*��_, motor tug boat for Inches at top, and about is inches at
i'i 1,,1,1S1oir'ition and form of ten
plans, B.l"H ,,���.,irccl at the ofllce of
1,0    a la  Superintendent of
der may
Dredge8'   N82 contract may also be
, m form r*
Westminster,   If.   ('..
where
seen.
Plans.
(fpcd
(..,t i<in and form of con-
seen  and  form of
trai
tea
Br '
a-v 'S al   the  ofiice of Mr.
Term-
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
Canada's Oldest Typo Answers Last Summons After
Long Years at the Case.
,liiai'"'"
Hamilton, Dec 29.���In tlie early
days in the printing business, before
j tlie organization of unions, the men in
each oli'ice were formed Into what was
called a chapel, and Ihe oldest printer
was selected as tho "Father."    Prob
"IT IS THE FIERCEST    WEDS IN HOSPITAL,
THING IN GAMES"!  OPERATION, SHE DIES
Railway Time Tables
English Sport Writer Reels
Off Descriptive Story of
American Rugby Contest.
The    game   of   American   football
played on Thanksgiving Day between!
Tragic Ending of 7,000-Mile
Journey to Marry Young
Vermillion Farmer.
Resident   Architect,
Victoria,
���ouver,
of P"1
���wf[^-\\ the Post Office, Van-1 purchaBe
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis StnlU  _..���        ,,���������
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation build-1 ably tlie custom came from the first
'" '""'      *'    printing office of wbicb  history tells
8. C
and at the Depart men1   |
Works,
Ottawa.
er. Intends to apply for permission to
the     following    described
mils:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
g tendering are notified that d.   smith,     s.     w.    comer,"    at
'      Vi" 1|ut ,,e OOMidered unless  the   northwest   corner    of    pre-emp-
������. printed forms supplied, |tlon,      No.      2961,      tlience      north
jout 00 chains  more or less, to or | "time!
tatlng  their  occupations  and near  Baklnaw   Lake,  tlience east  00
esldence.    I"  the  case of
lenders
m*.de.imsd w'th (heir actual Bigna-1about 6
and  sit'"-
tares
ii
us having t,%^n in a chapel. When
the hour for beginning or ending work
came, the father of tbe chapel called
"Time!" William II. Cliff, tlie oldest
printer in Hamilton, and probably tlie
oldest in Canada, heard tlie call of
last evening at X: DO o'clock,
md hls tired and wornout body went
Edmonton,  Dec.   29.���While   white-
capped   nurses    lingered    about   the
, , ,    1 ward, a marriage was  solemnized in
elevens from the battleships Idaho, the Miseriocordia hospital. On the
and Vermont ls aptly described by a \ day following the ceremony the bride
writer in the London Express as fol- j was removed to tbe operating room.
I0WS. I Tbere  skilled  surgeons  worked over
1 her with delicate instruments in a lust
; effort to save her life. _
Take    two    parts     Graeco-ltoman
wrestling,   one    part   "cat.ch-as-catch-
I can," season with a little French boxing, add a ball and serve hot.   That is
She was taken back to her cot with
the chances of her recovery very
slight.      For  two  weeks    the  young
.1,,, ..,..!.��� f���,. ,i.r.  a������..i        ������m�� ���flwife fought for life.   She bad so very
the recipe for the American game of I much ^^ for     ������. ^ d,ed
laces of residence,    in ine case or 'chtilns more or less, thence south 80 peacefully to rest.
lbe actual signature, the nature chalna ���������,, (ll. |eB8| thence west 40     William ll. Cliff was born In King-
. th icupation, and  Place 01  resi- chains, more or less, thence north 40 ston in  L827.    Ills father was a con-
ejjce 0, ,,;i,|, member Ol tne Hrm chains, more or less, thence west 40 tractor and builder, and early in life,
IU,I be .lven' .     chains more or less, to tbe place of jas all boys had to do ln tliose davs,
b tender must lie accompanied commencement j William learned the carpenter trade
. an accepted cheque on a chartered JAMBS   DAVIS   SMITH.     and worked with his father until lie
ink payable to the order 0 Hon      New Westminster, October 20, 1910. was eighteen    years    of   ago.    The
,  tbe Minister ol Public Works,-   TQHN  jrjgRDINAND BAGGS.  Agent   family came to Hamilton a few years
football as played at. the Crystal Palace yesterday between teams from
the United States battleships Idaho
and Vermont.
It is the fiercest thing in games. A
Miss Lydia Hently had traversed
7000 miles for her wedding Oswald
Hall, who owns an extensive farm at
Vermilion, Alberta, and Miss Hently
first met in Kngland.
Their   friendship,   began    in   child-
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:09
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cart leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every halt hour thereafter until 11:00 om.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars 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 Vancouver at S:00 a.m., and every halt
hour 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.
bull fight Is as a kindergarten party j hood, had  blossomed  Into   love, and j On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
,,.. one"thousand dollars  ($1,000.00),
, 1, will be forfeited if the person
erlng  lino <�� enter lnto a ''<m'
uliWi  railed   upon   to  do  so,  or
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
He the  Northwest quarter of Sec-
compared to It. Short of biting each j Christmas, 1010, lt was decided, was
other the members of the two teams , to have been their wedding day. Last
did all the harm they could to one | autumn found Miss Hentley In New
another, ! Zealand.   In Xovember she set out for
There  was,  incidentally,  a ball  in j Kdmonton  to join  her Intended  hus-
the  game,  but  tlie  onlooker seldom band.
saw it.    It was more often buried be-1     While  on  board  the steamer from
latter William was born, and in this
I city  he spent practically    bis whole
life.    In  the early  days of the  last j neatb a tangle  of a dozen   men, all I Svdney,  Miss  Hently became ill, and
1 ,.. tha  work  contracted   Hi***   -i   Tn��n��hln I   in tin. District nf centur,y  achooling    advantages    were j t    s    nd arms i        arrival  at  Vancouver  her
ftjl to coinpleie the work (onu.itteii  u<ra 24, Township*, in tne District 011 very   iimjt(n|   ln   Hamilton,   as  there1
fur    If Hi*' tender be not accepted tli" New Westminster.
.   ,:,;;i be returned. Title number 13999A, issued in the
-Hie  Department   does  noi   bind  it- name of  Peter  Henderson, lias been
1 accept  tlie lowest  or any ten- died In tbis offlce.
   condi-
Recover    Part  of   Armor. I tion  became more serious.    She was
Occasionally  a mud plastered  face  determined,  however,   to  make   Kd-
appeared, and a hand reached out for! monton.      When   the  C.  P.   It. train
der.
By  order,
K.   C.   DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
Departmenl of Public   Works,   Ot-
,.. v, :t. December 20, L910.
Newspapers  will  nol    be  paid   for
tdvertlsemenl   if  tbey  Insert   ll
tl   ut   authority   from   the   Departmenl
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
tlie date of tlie lirst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-jca8e> A, ,hat time the offlce was iu
less i nthe meantime valid objection! the second story of the Treble build-
lie made to me in writ ing.
C.  S.  KEITH,    i streets.    About  1850  he  began  work
were no public schools, and whatever
be had in education was tlie result of
reading alter  his day's  labor  at the ��� something that the face bad lost, and   from Calgary arrived here, Miss Bent-
; clapped  it on   the   place  where   the, ley  was  not able  to  leave the   car-
nose was. ' riage in wliich she rode.
f ,,     , ,       . _, .. Some   people  thought   tlie   objects*     Mr.  Hall did not expect his bride-
flce of the Journal and Express, then that were   i(,ked up from the K,.ound  t0.))e f fl ���        u
owned by Solomon Braga, and served were od(l noseB| but they were  only        one t() meet 'm     ���     ,    prlend
in apprenticeship oi five years at the  noBecapa wblch became detached dur-  she had made on tbe train," however,
carpenter's bench was ended.
In 1845, when William was eighteen
years old, lie entered the printing of-
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. ^^^^^^^^^^
D.  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    4:30
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.
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
communicated witli   the   Mlsericordia j    Leaves   Seattle  4:35  p.m.;
,. _....- .......  - ���������-   - I    Ti!e  piay  began  at   three   o'clock,  hospital.    An ambulance was sent to New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
mg, on the corner ot King and James. The teams aI)peared padded and hei-  the train Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
arrives
arrives
arrives
TENDERS.
SEALED   TENDERS    addiessed to j
The Si iretary, Department of Indian
Ottawa,  and  marked on the
ipe,    render for Alei t Hay Gli li
," will be received up to noon
ber 30,  1910,  tor  the erection
��� 1 frame boarding Bchool   building
al Alert    Bay    (Cormorant    Island),
ns and    specifications    may    tie   filed in this office
t the offices of T. K. Neelands
ior   of   Indian     Agencies
District. Registrar of Titles. | ,��� the Spectator office   nadir Robert I Bhould  ,je  (.���lt���le(i  when  t,       ,ame  with at Vermilion.
Smiley, and    remained    the"""    ���
185-1, when    be joined    the
S^iSd^S^fSS,o^aS'inardi ��f th6ir l��am./with its slgnifi-  his  fiancee, it  was decided tbat tho cept   Sunday  from  bridge" passenger
papet Btarted in the earlj part of that  c.mt wo|.(ls   t0 the pirates- chorus In  marriage   be   held   immediately.     a  station   3:50  p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
Land   Registry   Office,   New    West
minster, B. C, November 30, 1910.
thorn    imiii    ���      ���*         ���"-  '"���   1!e hastened into
'        to grips, pads over their ankles. the city.    He arrived at the hospital,
wot King      The ban(1 of the Idaho piayefl the  and, after an impressive meeting with
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
I year by Nicholson     Macintosh    and ..Th"e 'pttates"of"Penzance:
j Howen. Ile remained there until I8.-.11,,
i when the Banner was sold to a com-'
Re  Lots  3  and   4,   Hlock   1   being
parts of a  portion  "A" of Section Un.
Block 5, North Range 2 West Spring-, pany> wiUl Tom Grav ,is _e ,���lsiness,
bill, In the District ot New Westmln- manage  when  be  returned  to    tha
I Spectator office.
Title number 15108A, issued in the
name of Catherine B, Brown, has been
The ambition of Canadian printers
fifty years ago was to work in the
southern    states.   John   .1.    Hand,   ,1
Hall!   Hail!   tlie gang's all  here
What the  (boom) do we care.
What the (pom) do we care.
HallP Hail! tlie gang's all here,
Boys of the Idaho! H	
There was an umpire, a referee and  bride's bedside
a field judge.   The referee had a six   after one of these visits.
ty    horse-power   motor   horn.      And
clergyman was summoned, and in the Guichon 6:30 p.m.
presence of   several   attendants   the      Leaves    Port   Guichon    8:00   a.m.
wedding took place. daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
After remaining in the city for sev-1 Westminster bridge passenger station
'eral  days,  Mr.  Hall  returned t0   bis  10:20 a.m.
farm.    He paid regular visits to liis ____
She died a few hours \
I
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
score of men with Hags, who yelled
BANK    ADVERTISING.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a.m;   arrives
bridge passenger station, New West-
and  (lanced  and   urged  on their  fel-   Local   Newspapers   Should  Be   Used gSS'   "^   *'m'   da"y   eXCCept
 _________^_____W________Ei        ^^- Says Magazine Expert.        I    Lea"es    New   Westminster   bridge
must   be  accompanied   duplicate  of the said  Certificate,  un ! of being the fastest compositor in the       ''* . J,  ,J"'"   '.'','r"a"'    o���nnwT      "when the Banker Advertises" was  passenger station 3:50 p.m.;   arrives
-   ^^��� -...-...-_.- I *~     water, and in the watei was a spon_e   the subject  of an address   dellvered Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
Tbe sponge served many purposes. At   hef - v J    A^*'   ou "*''
Notice is hereby given that I shall,  Hamilton  boy-who  bad  learned    tlie   the��� waaa nail man  -, sand man 1,1- I
Van-  at the expiration of one montli from printer's trade in this citv with Peter  there was a pal1 man' a sand man dU(1
couvel1;  W, E. Dlcbburn, Inspector if the date of the ftrst publication here-  Ruthven   away   back   in   the   forties,
Agencies,  Victoria, and  W. M.   ot, in a daily newspaper published in j had gone from here to New Orleans,
Hslllday, Indian Agent, Alert Bay.        the City of New Westminster, issue a I and had made for himself a reputation
'   """*.! _^_^_^___^_^_^__^_^_^__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
j United States.    Hamilton had turned
! out a number of fast compositors, and
vi'j 1 narked cheque made payable to , less i nthe meantime valid objection
������c nrterslgned   for  a   sum  equal  to   be made to me in writing.
ent of the amounl of tender. C. S. KKJTH,
eque   will   be   forfeited   it'  the District  Registrar of Titles.
tendering decline to enter Into     Land   Registry
trad when called upon to do bo.  minster, iv o��, Dtiamhac ���.:. 1910.
I! CI8   t*rrt��1    >���   ����t      ��.....,,,(,,d      ^|1C	
Iciue will be returned.    In the event1
tender  the
West-
acceptance of tenaer tne cheque
be  held  until    the    contract Is
.       1. when it will be returned.
The successful tenderer will be re-
1 to furnish a bond in Batlsfac-
snrelics for a sum eiiual to the
ml  of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
Barlly accepted.
The  unauthorized  Insertion of tbis
ertlsemenl In any newspaper
not lie paid for.
J. D. McLEAN,
Secretary.
Dei irtment  of Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa, October 26, 1910.
all were skilled in tlie an of job
printing, and wherever they went in
the l'nited States tbey were sure of -1
case or a "sit" In a job office. John
lf.ui't v.m\ u\m\<_ umiii iii New Orleans,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iand  in  a  \ery  short  time bad  i��-eu
I placed as tlie foreman of the Bee, ome
Take notice that an application has|of tl)e Ieadini-   flames   in that   city.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
been made to register J. P. Hampton
Bole as tlie owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher, Assessor of the District of Westminster, to .1. P. II. Bole, bearing date
the 1st day of December, A. D., HUIL',
of all and singular tbat certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate,
will lying and being in the District of
New Westminster, in the Province of
British   Columbia,   more   particularly
When the Banner was started, bis old
friends, Nicholson and Macintosh, invited him to come to Hamilton and
join them in the enterprise.    William
....        .....ore the Bankers' Ad. association of
quarter, time-there  are  three  inter-  Pitt8burg   Pa   last week bv charles
vals during the American game-the  R Joneg| o{ the Cosmopolitan Maga.
men clustered round the pail man and
sucked  the  sponge,  tive  to six  at a
time, as a man sucks the orange, and
sluice.1 tlie mud out of their eyes.
Rub   San-   on   Hands'.
The  sand  m::n  gave them sand to
rub   on   their   hands   to   make   them  _.._ ull. _,���, ������.i,,������i.. ��� ,.���J;  Time Time
line.    Mr. Jones said ln part:
"I believe that the greatest increase
tn advertising in newspapers and mag-'
azines in  tbe  United  States  in   the'
next five years will be made by instit-1
New Westminster
Mail Service
. utions of a financial nature.   Just as ���_.
,       ,__ .   ,,        .,    ttiem  automobile dealers suddenly awaken-      .,
nice   and   gritty-and   then  the   !''��>' ed to the value of established publica-; Al!;fival.
printer boys, and when Hand left the
Banner, after its sale, he took Cliff
back  with  him  to  New Orleans and
every able bodied man in    New
"I have often been asked to advise j
financial men how to advertise, and I'
8:30���Vancouver via B O. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30-
202,   group   1,   Port
division  of  lot
Moody.
You and those claiming through or
under you  and till  persons  claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue  of  any   unregistered  instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
in  tbe  said  land by  descent,  whose
title is not registered tinder the provisions of tbe "Land  Registry  Act,''
nre required to contest the claim of
! the   tax   purchase    within    forty-five
I days from the date of the first publlc-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^_^_^_^_l ation of this notice upon you, and in
  j default  of a caveat or certificate of
Bealed   tenders,   marked  cn  envc-' lis pendens being filed within   such
lope "Tenders for construction of Nel-' period, or In default or redemption beam! address-   fore registration, you and each of you
tbe    Militia j wlll  forever  estopped  and   debarred
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE.
Nelson,  B.C.,  Rifle   Ra"9e-
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
^ ��� of
began again. J j MonV. s7 financial me7 are "even"now , Arnval: Closing:
Fourteen   men.   similarly   armored,  beginning to understand what may be ,20:00���United States via C. P. R.
Cliff  belonged  ,0 that old  coterie of  ��f��� ^SjlS? *Th%   Jere'S, d��ne iD a dignified Way' I (da"y eXCept Sunday)" 7:3��
ing  every   moment  that  they   would
..      .     ,    ���     (      'iaTL!,Vs:ered��toPlbe-no fouls claims
r^TS war" br o^ out *��'    Tl?y ���" T "��%"*? T 2 U?*V*^Ar^l {SB*?:,, ftft   v(dally CXCept Sunday)..ll:00
room.   When the chil war broke out  stomach:  they caught each other by t0 the magazines   for   prestige, 18:00-Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
w     tlie tliroat; they danced on any chest  and he goea t0 the newspapers   for! (daily except Sunday)..16:00
_,.-.. ���..i, should attempt toi    8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
of bis own city until' (daily except Sunday).. 7:30
he is conducting   an   intelligent  and 13; 00���Victoria via B. C. E.  R.
(dally except  Sunday).. 7:30
United States via G. N. R.
known and described as Lot 24, block I ]eans was enrolled  into an army of  Jt"*tTI������~_^iT,. vI"ho��HvT iw'mTiV ana  ne goe* t0 tr
6;   lot  16,  block  8;   lots   28 and   29, j defence for the city, and William Cliff  ��*^"SftJrtAS?*��* Snf ovir mone>''   -^banker
block 6;   lots 1 and 4, block 8, sub-j was ordered to report for duty.   Being ^ch��notherMhev sat on heads   thS ST*lS.51l2!S'��!
"  " '.ner and an alien, he was per- .        on ave "if it chanced to be in'be   s conductlnS   ' --o���   ���  *u.v�����
through the influence of John ��? ~ ."mS^kLtted themselves tS forCeful camPaiS" in th^ newspapers,
to  continue   working   in    the ���v*.>,' ' S Cy Tsigns Uke jigsaw of his own town.   Then, when he has! ?.8a_.
D room, as that office had to  ���f,���fL jig saw lald .  g(jl|d foundatlon he can brlng|
Bee job  room, ����  umi wm. uau iv  nll77iPa
do all of tbe government and military  p
to his bank by means of national ad
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
will   from setting up nny claim to or in re-
^^^^^************ma  _,...,,   _.������
son, 11. c, uiilo Range,"
ed  to  the secretary  of
Council,  Headquarters, Ottowa,  ^.�����-- -----^ ^ am, , 8ha��� reg
be received  until noon, the 3rd nay  ���*�� Hampton  Bole as   owner
-f January, 1911, for the construction ftft��^J. J ���  ^ . hereby order
of a Rine Range at Nelson, B. C.        Sat nublicaUon of this notice   for
Hans  and   specifications   may   be      at^ publlca  0 mr, pub.
��een, and full information obtained at   un> ^ ��� Westminster will be
the offlces  of  the   District   C iner Ujhed   n Bervlce thereof.
Commanding Military District No. U, *��<��^       the Laml Regi8try Otlice
Victoria,  B.  C.  the   Director of   em I . ^     ���.���otm,���atnr   Province  of  Brit-
printing    That released hlm from ac-i J"6" E/scorld ��  ^ ^^^^^^'^
the military service, but at the same musldan rughed t0 ���,. ^_tru.  calculable value.	
time be had to report in the camp at t and    ,      d fragment  that THE UBIQUITOUS JEW
stated times. , he fancledy  The   clarlnet   twiddled, THE UBIQUITOUS JEW.
5L^5 a*Z*rm*��� ZSUSl ^e cornet brayed, tbe_bassoo��� grunt-  H��� Numb.rs Le"^;an ^^
It
the Whole World.
in. 15:00���United States via G. N. R.
I (daily except Sunday)..16:00
j 12:10���All points east and Eu-
j rope (daily)    7:30
23:00���All points east   and   Eu-
" rope (daily)   15:15
return to Canada and get away from  ^L^X oie"to"'a dlffereitley;    ... Tn	
ffioSX I =cen6ofW m-IIItS ^^^2^'     London,XDeec"2n^"nsr.d;r,ng their 12:^** ,_T    **""���
frlen/s secured passports through the  .^SS^^Sf *Sk* "J^J W^tl T.T^ T ! Kay) f*?.    eXC6Pt 7-
Union lines and came back to Hamll-1     ...       h    ���   , thM.e.nl,qrtflrB   Koh. prising to find that the total number, a"        '���
ton.   Hand remained here for only a J^tftjg SSTS5B Stt "Suufi2?%^ f��Z fle i
b ckS 'Tew^O le n^ S'S ^��S:�� ^^ "��?. ft *ft a �� STiSS't SR��Ti��KK
trip he stopped over    at Cincinnati, JfiB^$* "'XZt **?��* Jff M Mttjpttj
30
Lame  anu   na.t  u��v. r,B,u. to flnd that th_ tota, number,on nn    .
After the first three-quarters. Koh- ��f ,ewB ,n the whole wor,d doeg not 20:00���SapRerton    and     Fraser
mills     (dally     except
Sunday)      15:15
        2:10���Coquitlam   (dally   except
Of   this    total    8,942,206    are   In 113:00���Central    Park    and   Ed-
(daily
gineer Services,, Headquarters, ot'
tawa, and the Officer Commanding
102nd Regiment, Nelson, B. C.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department, and accompanied by an accepted cheque, on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
���{���nt of the amount of the tender, payable to the order of the Honourable
Hie Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited If the
party tendering decline to enter Into
a contract, ln accordance with the
lender.
The Department does not bind itself
"to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE  FISKT.
Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence.    (H. Q. 18���115���2.)
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, lst December, 1910.
Nowsparers wlll not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert It without authority from the Department.
New   Westminster,   Province c
Ish  Columbli,  this   29th  day  of  November, A. D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,'
District Registrar.
To James Hograth, Robert McEweu,
Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey.
AMENDED   NOTICE   OF   SHERIFF'S
SALE OF CEDAR POLES.
Under and by virtue of ft warrant of
execution against the goods ami
(battels of the North Star Pole   com-
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon:    I take it for granted
that vou have never tried the
ACME BRAND
mont
CURED CROSS EYES.
Belgium, and 12,2fi4 in Switzerland
New York has the distinction of
having the biggest Jewish population
of all the cities in the world.   It   is
ther work by severe    rbeiimat
tacks.    Eeach  year after his    ietre-
ment the management of the Spectator sent him a check as a Christmas
present. ,,,,,,. .,
On February 18, 18513, William II.
Cliff was initiated as a member of
The Barton lodge, No. 6, A. P. and
..   .1 , and continue 1 in good stand- 	
Sv'ti'e'oldeit mSS ^'J^0^. ���*��� JHli
Cleveland Doctors Say They Did it by B^en at 1,062,000. The Jewish popu-
_._.__.. 1 Iation of other cities is given in the
Extracting Eye Teeth. following   order:      Warsaw,   254,712
���_  t    Cleveland, Dec. 29.���Dental Experts   135.8 per cent, of   the   population);
J!e was not  today announced that they had cured   Budapest, ^ 186^047     1^3.5);     Vienna,
except
 11:00
Burnaby   and   Bur-
(dallj    except
Odessa, 138,935  (34.4);  Berlin, 98,893
  (4.8);   Lodz,  98,671   (31.4);   Chicago,
oid Barton in the year 1856.   His wife  ZeTgler and O. D. Levitt believe they 80.000; Salonica,,75,000^ Philadelphia,
iStM!tSS^,!^5l!^ V-^ A- ��arne?: A.*!JHU. ^^M J!^-55S��
or you would change yourjnind. Acme
�� ^^ by "self.   Once tried-
always used.
a rffice0. S, case and bottles to
be returned.
Factory:  Simpson Street.
See:  304 Columbia^Street.
^I^Md^ii^U^tab^tljIl^rt) and by extracting   four   of Mins*, 45,000: Lomberg 44,268 (27.6);
rprffibSWaS.; onfy -,S3^-AXS^- Bucharest, 40,533 (i.D.
b��eW.y elghty-three, = WJ ^g^^nt ^ her '*#   ��. m^t^.^W   Glenn
Ham H. Cliff's   Ue '����� ��>n open h~k  now .straight. Vollva,  overseer  and    successor    to
to the people of Hamll on with whom john A,exander Dowle> opened up   a
he was associated mw" ��   '���      wag bleg_ed  w,th a g0(Jj 80n.ln.iaw> ���ew crusade against smoking ln Zlon
fellow worker, and tne 1jooa                     _, McKeown, who made his closing City yesterday.   Taking cognizance ot
closed with not �� D,e���8"          dean vears brJ?;ht and pleasant.   Excepting the existence of a new faction known
mar its fair PM��    �����           fa         ^ B,ckn(!89 that conflned bim to his as "the independents," who have not
^^^^     13:30
Strawberry
South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)      ....13:30
10:00���Ladrter,    Port    Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annleville,  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday 13:30
10:00���Woodwards ' (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday  -.;.... 13:30
9:00���Vancouver,   Piper's   Siding    via    G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday).. 14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thurs-
: day,   Friday   and   Sat-
day       .....16:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday) 15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  .16:00
iO: 00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally ex-
Tel.
New Westminster, B.
man, a  lovmg  ""="*"'"  """"fr;",: home about" twoyears ago, he was a been afraid 'to smoke In publ'c   re-l        ,      cept Sunday)  ���������������;���;������ 7:30
and a friend on whom one could a^ home Jbout t  o i 8^ m ^ cent)y  he Mloyf^ g Renera, _lrcular ^s-^scent, White Rock and
ways rely.    He *" not ��,","%. b years ag0 was able to stand.up to his on the subject    by personal   letters, Blaine    (daily    except
society, b'V?!?i .��   a����r th/dmth case and do a fair day's work.    He to alleged leaders.   In each Vollva an- Sunday) 7:S0
hl8 wife and 1*M*2��gJ ^eaddeeat; never Sad occasion to use spectacles nounced he would begin prosecutions 15:45-Hall's Pralr e. Fern *idW
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
30.
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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.
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
Opening date for Winter
Term, January 3
It will pay any young man
or young lady to attend
this school which is acknowledged as the school of
superiority in business training.
For particulars apply to���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
We thank our many
customers for tlieir patronage during the year,
and extend to all the
Season's Greetings.
Vve nave teen in
business about thirty
years. It might interest you to know-
that this has heen the
hest year in our history.
.lames Siihpson. of Treberne, Manitoba, is visiting friends in Westminster.
See Hie big' W<$l(w two-man relay
race at the rolle'r rink, Monday afternoon. Admission jLOa skortes 25c. **
Two games of ttfe billiard tournament will bo played oft' tbis evening.
Benedett plays Brisbane and Coldicutt plays C. Smith.
Rev. G. A. Kay officiated at the funeral of Neil McLeod, of Port Moody,
wliich took place yesterday afternoon
at the Anglican cemetery.
The Great Northern railway bas
paid $500 into the city treasury as
compensation for a team of horses
killed by a train some weeks ago. Tlie
city's claim was for $700.
Have supper at the Royal cafe after
the show tonight. Orchestra in attendance. **
W. F. Johnston, S. McKean and F.
Laughlin have been appointed chief,
second and third engineers respectively of tbe provincial asylum for tbe
insane, Information from Victoria
reaching here to that effect yesterday.
Real estate men report nn Increasingly active demand for bouses and
residential sites, preference being
given to close in property.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call the B. C. Messenger, day or night, any time, and he
will come to your aid.   Pbone 761. **
J. C. Cambridge has received a letter from Lord Minto convoying bis
thanks and appreciation of a communication sent him giving a history
of recent events in tbe laciosse world
with a photograph of tbe first game
against the Nationals last season.
In tlie league match on Monday between tlie Hibernians ��nd the Rovers,
to be played at Moody square, it is
probable Sanford and Kirby wi 1 be on
the local lineup, extra efforts being
made to get these men out for this
important game.
The Sunday scliool children of
Queens Avenue Methodist church will
hold a Christmas tree and musical entertainment in the scliool room this
evening at eight o'clock. A number
of choruses and songs will be rendered by the children's choir under the
leadership of Herbert Mackness. who
lias spent some time preparing them
for the occasion.
The first football game in wbicli
tbe Sapperton team will take part will
be played at Sapperton on Saturday
afternoon, commencing at half past
two o'clock. Ash well has been induced to toot tlie whisile. Tbe Sap-
perton team will be made up of Beat-
man, Reid, Fallis, Landin, Speedie,
O'Dell, Allsbury. W. Robertson, J.
Robertson, Kankin, II. Cheal; spares,
Turner und Symington.
Skate tlie old year out and tbe new
year in at. tlie roller link on Saturday
night, 7 to 12. Admission loc, sba'es
25c. �����
C. W. Buckle, of Mission City, was
a visitor In Westminster yesterday.
W. M. Gordon, of Brandon, was a
guest at tlie Russell yesterday.
An, enjoyable dance, given by lhe
girls of the Physical club, was held
at St. George's hall yesterday evening.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
Today's market will probably feel
tbo after effects of the Christmas
season, a temporary lull in trade being tlie usual thing around Lytton
square after the festive season.
The funeral of Elizabeth Gilohrist
took place yesterday afternoon from
the residence of hei parents, Fife
street, to the Odd Fellows' cemetery
Kev. J. S. Henderson performed the
last services.
A two-man two-mile relay race will
be pulled off at Hip Pythian roller
rink on Monday afternoon, tbe contestants being Clarence Huff and
Everest Goulet nnd Hugh Howe and
Harry Tidy, each men skating ono
mile. The start of the race Is fixed
for four o'clock.
The Public
Supply Stores
We shall continue
to give the public our
hest service and
solicit a continuance
or your patronage.
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
How Ahout
That 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. Aitchlson has all
._ tjie latest ideas from both sides
of the Atlantic. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual advantage.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
For tbe Holiday Trade
All Prices.      AU Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR. WINDOW
Judging by tiie advance sab of
seats, tlie audience at tonight's presentation of "The Time, the Place and
the Girl" will be one of the largest
during tbe present season. The performance is of the kind that appeals
strongly to Westminster theatre patrons; plenty of cheerful music and
cheery singing, plenty of girls and not
too many clothes, and the jinks hung
on the dismal sign.
Comparatively few Red Cress
stamps have been sold by the city
Merchants during the holiday season,
these little aids to the fight against
tuberculosis not being in mucli demand by local shoppers. Inc.dentally,
the storekeepers are too busy attending to the crowds of buyers to bother
themselves pushing the sale of the
stickers, and so the stam; s remain
unclaimed an.l unsold.
In the Chilliwack police court on
Wednesday, befoie Maglslrate McG'lli-
vray, Henry Kipp, fruit grower, Cbl li-
wack, and Jacob Zinc, fruit, grower.
Sardis, were on information laid by
Dominion Fruit Inspector D. M. Robertson each fined $20 and" costs, or iu
default one month's imprisonment f ir
violations of the Fruit .Marks act, the
former for falsely marking his boxes
of fruit, thereby giving a false representation of the contents of the boxes,
and the latter for false marking and
false packing.
We have still some
TURKEYS
| on hand from Christmas
Many people havej
written us saying
how fine our Xmas
Turkeys were. In
order to make your
New Year's Dinner
more enjoyable, remember we have a
few left.
RUMOR FROM THE SOUTH
TELlS Of C.P.R. PUNS
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Attractive Evening
Fabrics
Materials suitable for evening wear are now being sought by those
who usually participate In tho various social festivities. By buying
now you allow ample time for making up your evening dresses. The
showing in our dress goods section features all the newest weaves.
Appropriate trimmings are at hand, with which to match any of the
materials on sale.   See the showing today.
White and Colored Eolines
per yard,  90c. to $ 1.25
Silk and Wool Resilda Crepon
very silky in appearance, per dress length,    8.75
Fancy Silk Crepons
in Brocaded, Striped and Shot effects, in
shades of mauve, green, reseda, rose, sky,
etc., per length $15.00 to   18.00
Wool Nun's Veilings
in all evening colors, per yard 50
5a fin Cloths
in the light shades of green, sky, pink and
cream, per yard 85
Cream Khantona Cloths
Poplinettes.  Japonna,   Henriette, Voille,
etc., per yard  65c. to     1.00
Cream Serges
hi light, medium and heavy weights for
evening coats and cloaks, per yard, 65c. to     1.75
56 Broadcloths
in light shades of mauve, green, rose and
sky, per yard $2.25 and     2.50
Mzssaline and Paillette Silks
*
in plain and shot effects, shown in shades
of pink, old rose, sky, nile, mais, gold,
helio, cream, etc., per yard      1.00
Women's
and Misses'
Tweed
Coats
$8.75 each
Regular   values
to $14.00
i
coats repre.
\':\,...i
A Varied Range of
Trimmings
Heavy Cord (limps, Tinsel Cords. Hand Trimmings. Beaded Tiim-
niings. Pearl Trimmings, Sequins, Qold Laces and Allovers, Qoi I and
Silver Tassels, silk Braid Buttons, Progs in black, white and
colors, etc.   Ask to see tlie new Trimmings.
About .'IO odd ci
sent Ing the lines of
Coats most popular thli
season. Cheviots, Diagonal,
and Fancy Tweeds made U-,
in tailored styles. Coats are
with semi-fitting or   belted
backs,    double    and    BlnKle
breasted. Probably i n oi
size is procurable In a par-
ticular style, but all
are in the selection now on
sale. Tiie low price Bhould
prove Irresistible to the woman who has not yet had a
winter coat.
Special this week
at  $8.75
Women }s
Leather
Handbags
$1.65 each
Jxegular  values
up to $2.00
Three dozen only  Leal
Handbags,     leather    lined
iii.u-K only  witli  blacK,  _ Id
or    siher    colored    fi u ���
Sizes about   8x12  to  LOxl-i
inches.
Special $\ .65
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  .fi.. oo.noo
Reserve        6,900,000
The Hank has 175 brandies,
extending In Canada from the
Atlantic to tlie Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities lu tlie World.
These   excellent    connections
afford  every banking  facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
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Report from  Everett  Is that  Railway
Company  Plans   Electric   Line
from Vancouver to Portland.
Everett, Dec. 2!).���There is a belief
among men who are keeping in touch
with railroad affairs, that the Canadian Pacific railway is quietly pushing its surveys jsouthward f. om Vancouver in a p]&a that involves tho
construction of a road to Seattle and
thence to Portland, which will become the terminus.of the line.
This lnformatton-Cpmes to Everett
from Portland\*~wTiire, so the rumor
has it, the C. P. K. has acquired sev-
eral blocks of land for terminal purposes.
The road, still to quote the rumor,
is to be operated by electricity
throughout its length, from Vancouver
to Seattle and to Portland.
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Six roomed house on Henley street, corner lot, cement, sidewalk;
strictly modern; new; $2700.00; easy terms.   See us about this.
Six roomed house on double corner, Eleventh street, overlooking
Moody square; price $350(^00.   This Is an exceptionally good buy.
We also have some snaps in unimproved city properties.
See us Before you invest
If. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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Select Your New Year's Piano Now
We will hold It for yon until New Year's. Large Bl cli
to choose from. We carry
Gerhard Helntzman, Dominion and Doherty. We Bell
Victor and Edison Talking
Machines, Sheet Music, Sewing Machines, etc. Ea#
payments If desired.
"17"^-  PIANOS, $275 UP THIS WEEK
J. H. TODD'S Music House
419 Columbia Street Phone 604
OPEN    EVENINGS
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 Westminster

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