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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHI
NEW* WE8TMINSTER
i     ��
1MB 6. NUMBER 270.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Jy ��NEW  WtSTMIN8TER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.,  TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
STARTS IN
WINNIPEG CAR STRIKE
MAKERS Of HOOTCH
ARRESTED UP NORTH
String
of Car;
iiirS
|)li[S
.-���  .  * .IVUiUll
Attacked and Smashed-
jiore Trouble Expected.
19-
Strike disorders
the
\Vliinil*S-'> 1)e('     ___________
LgbUng me ten ible siege of
,  railway   strike  of   four   years
,trt?tl    l***'       - ���
last spring broke out this even-
*" a Btring of twelve (if the largest.
"*' ama Benl out about six o'clock
Kon to bring in lhe C. P. R.
bSoyees to tbe city.
Rhere are four thousand men era-
I __ al the shops and complaints to
'[company were that, no effort had
IU. made to bring tbis large class of
Edianlci  to   their   homes,   so    the
luanv made an extra endeavor to
CTlts capability.
*"     Ci P. R- Men Walk-
When the cars arrived at the shops'
I... _:i. D they waited  patiently  for
*    Ugers, bul  all employees passed
I too walking    home.    After   a    few
jjutes wail the street car crews de-
jj a trap bad been laid for tliem
I they __M up the     ^^^^^^^
All went well for half an
3 Caught With the
Goods When Revenue
Cutter Swoops on Them.
TERRIBLE EXPLOSION DOES
IMMENSE DAMAGE IN NEW VORK
���
Juneau, Alaska, Dec. 19.���A raid by
a detachment of marines from the
revenue cutter Hush bus resulted in
the breaking up of an Indian Moonshiner's camp al the Indian village of
lloonah. Mandy Wartln, an Indian
squaw, was arrested and is said to
bave made a confession Implicating
ber husband and other members ol
the tribe.        '
Continued   reports  of  moonshinlng |
al Poonah have'been received by fed- ! Of these, eight may die
Manhattan Island Shaken When Illuminating Gas Blows
up-Nine Killed, 125 Injured, Damage $500,000
Immense Crowds Rush to Scene.
Xew York, Dec. Id.���The heart of
Manhattan Island was shaken thi-5
morning by a terrific explosion of
illuminating gas in tlie auxiliary
power house of the Grand Central
station. Nine persons, two of them
women, were killed, 125 were injured
an.l pro) erty was damaged to the extent of $500,000.
Four workmen who are missing v.re
believed to have perished, and of 125
injured, 98 were removed to hospitals.
eral officers here, but frequent raids
by United States deputy marshals
have been without result. The matter
was placed in the hands of Captain
lie One, of the revenue cutter Hush,
An   investigation   hy   the   police  is
under way.
Traffic Disorganized.
railroad ceased entirely for hours and
_^_^^_ ^^^ . , was  disorganized  for the  rest of  the
and yesterday morning his vessel sud-; j.^.
denly appeared off the settlement. ,',
Before the Indians knew
minds to start j going on a landing had been effected
LJ empty, aii went wen ior halt an ' and the village was surrounded.
Eg;, when the first car ran hump Every house was searched and con-
Ito'ablg obstruction of ties chainedItrtvances for making "hootch" or lull, the rails, and the second car went dlan whisky were found and the ar-
jjtie track In some mysterious way. | rests  followed.    The   Rush  returned
But the new station itself, now in
what was|p,.oceg8 of construction, was (not dam
uged.H
Rioting  Starts.
While the news  were    holding    a
Itomcll of war in the dark, in the
gjdst of a blinding snowstorm, the
tjjjtj became black with men.
lie crews had barely time to
bj* to their cars and hide under
i seats when a fusillade ot coal
ned.
;.    mbardment  was kept up unlit. <ry pane   of   glass   was   broken
Hca>
here today with the prisoners.
ALL OVER.
Liberals   in   England   Aqain   Returned
to  Power���Coalition  Majority 123.
I.cindcn, Dec. 19.���The elections are
over and the standing of the parties
is as follows:
Government    Coalition ��� Liberals,
270; Laborites, 43;  Nationalists,   7-;
n other ways split and   Independent   .Nationalists,   10.     Total,
ed;   the   delay   to   construction  work
and the damage done to cars standing near the power house.
How It Happened.
As nearly as can he determined,
this is how the accident occurred:
A train of empty passenger cars
hauled by an electric motor, in charge
of Albert Seagioatt, get out of ct n-
trol, crashed into a steel and concrete buffer lost, snapped It off and
rammed a pile of lumber behind it
into a gas main connecting with the
tap from which the tanks of the passenger cars are charged.
By the testimony of the motorman
FARMER'S BANK
CLOSING ITS DOORS
Eastern Institution Organized Five Years Ago Goes
to the Wall.
Toronto,    Dec.    li).���The    Farmers'
COUNCIL FEELS
CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
Annual Gifts Made to In-
stitutions-J. Craig Named
Plumbing Inspector.
Signs of Christmas were not lack-
bank, with head office in this city and   jng at the meeting of the city council
thirty-one branches scattered through
out Eastern Canada, suspended payment today and will not open for business tomorrow. Inability to meet, a
$20,000 cheque at the clearing house
today is responsible for the failure of
the institution.
Tlie Farmers' bank was established
about five years ago with a capital
stock of .1,000,000, about $600,000 being paid up. Tlie shareholders, mostly farmers and small tradesmen, number ahout a thousand.
The   deposits   in   the  bank  at  the
Traffic on  tlie  N'ew  York  Centra! \ ind John Quinn, a bricklayer working
In the main power house    adjoining
present time total $1,400,000. .uwuv ��� mM KJ���,,a^���aB tll���,
W. R. Travers is the general man- > aff'lkted will help    them    out
ager.
last night. The walls were not
decorated with holly and there was
no mistletoe bung over Alderman Bryson, but the Christmas cheer was
there in tlie shape of sundry openings
of aldermanic hearts during the evening.
To make a long story short the
council decided to pass tlie usual
grants; $100 to the Royal Columbian
hospital, $50 to St. Mary's hospital
and $50 to the Providence orphanage.
Perhaps the fact that the aldermen
saved $200 from sewers and roads to
cause a little Christmas cheer to the
when
he auxiliary house, the time of the
ireak in the pije was about eight
j'clock. Two clocks stopped by tjie
iar fix the time of the explosion itself
at 8:22.
In the interval the broken main
had ample time to pour high pressure
gas into the lower levels of the
auxiliary power house.
The Dead.
Nicoli Galucci,  laborer.
Patrick  Jordan,  laborer.
E    B." Livermoore,  Pullman   car  In
spector.
C.   M.  Marrow,  laborer.
Edith Offner, stenographer.
Mary  B.  Phoe, of  Bogton,   Mass.
Charles Roberts, expressman.
Frank Stagg, watchman. i reservoir
John   Ryan,   laborer. | ploded. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The injured include    laborers    and I The Terrible Damage,
other employees of the road, pedes-1 What happened then will never be
trians, bystanders and others in the . positively known. The roof of the
vicinity of the accident. 'fire house  Xo.  2, di'ectly across the
THRONE   REFUSES   TO
CREATE A CABINET
their days of civic politics are over,
even if it Is too customary a form of
benevolence to carry great weight
with the sentimental franchise exerciser.
Will  Pay Salaries Early.
Then the council decided that   the
Pekin, Dec. 19.���The throne has issued an edict refusing to create a con-,      _ .��� ������������������ ,.,,��,,.   ,,.-=
stitutional government in compliance salaries of the civic employees for
with a memorial recently passed by the month of December should be
the National Assembly, and also de- paid before Christmas so that there
dining to accept the resignations of   would be no possibility of any of them
When   workmen   set   to   clearing j t~he~"i��a>id Councillors.    The imperial   having any money to" take a holiday
iway the lumber it is assumed that 8eQate aIsa ado,)ted a resolut,on pray. at m% yy y
** jne  of them  dropped    a  steel    tool i (������  f������ ,, i j,���._   ...... t - ���
across  the  third   rail,  there  was    a)
flash  of    electricity    and    tlie great
of    accumulated    gas    ex
| ing  for  the immediate creation of a | Get Road Free.
cabinet, and it was said the thrcne I The council dil not only decide to
had decided to accept. The National \ pay out money, but they agreed, in a
Assembly will meet tomorrow, when ; tentative fashion, to accept the rear
tlie whole thing will be discussed.      i ends  of  some  fourteen   lots  in    the
 I west end of the city.   The gift is be-
Favor Wappy's Dismissal. '��� lng made by the residents of Eleventh
Seattle, Dec. 19.���The report of the  street who, to save trades people and
|��. :ei! useless for service
",     e rioters retired    and    lhe'
In era" '"il    OUl    from  under    thel
*���_.     sed and battered,
Ptli.e  Arrive  Too   Late.
'.-;���'"all sent in for the ponce
laliatorcements ��00B arrived, bu
liste'i be of service, ox'eit    to
J'SWf ,ieral of the crew to the hos-
HUshave bruises attended to and
I up.
T��o Hundred Strikebreakers,
ifcre are  now    fully    200    tiirlkC-
raln the cltv rtn��� ,lu/(.0IT1,,;mv
,.,,"..        '.^in;ItMe   service   tomor-
��. llu- trades an 1 labor coun-
|!>��-_| ii statement today favorable
Opposition���Unionists, 272.
Government coalition majority, 12)
^____^_^_^_���                        , ���  ,   .     .   .        ..   -  ��"���<�����<�����*   ���v"���""" j'graft  InvesUgating committee,  which   other necessary and expensive luxur-
A  passing    surface    car.    carrying   street   from  the  power  house,  lifted advooatea the  dismissal of Chief    of  ies from climbing up the hill in front
seven passengers, was lifted from its  like a gigantic c.rpet.                            I Police  Wappeiisteln. was adopted bv   of their homes, have decided to pre-
tracks and   hurled  on  an  automobile;     A   shower of  glass,  bricks, mortar | ,he dtv ZfciicH this evening. ' ' sent the city with a ten foot lane, the
running alongside.   Four of the seven J and   splintered timher   began  to   fall | ,  _.  same to he kept in repair by the city
passengers   were  killed outright,  but' on  the pavements and in an instant |
I Jhe  chauffeur  of the motor  ey.r wss   the streets were filled with prostrate
| only cut and bruised. I men  and  women  blown  flat    by the1
The  Badly  Injured. j shock   an.l   rush   ol     air,     They    sat 1
Of the nearly  one hundred  In tha' dazed where they fell, licking slivers ,
lilUlii   I lliriil  Til   BIIV   hospitals, the following are most ssri-'from  tlieir flesh. '
JllKtU   LAMlAN   IU   ul}l|ously Injured I Crowd  Surges to Scene.
Unnotified woman, fractured skull. |     A moment more and   'crowds    he-
!|C?1 DENIES HAVING
DOMESTIC HELP TO BE
l
and used by the residents.
This matter will be dealt with fur-
 jther at I future date.    Aldciman J��r-
-~   ..-.. ,   �����.   ���> r*    ..,   -��� ��� I dine has to make sure that he is get-
Dnuumii iu u.\j. ui u.n.u. and the city soU,Uor has t0 see tbat
^  'there  will  l:e no objectionable  rami-
1 lications in case the city takes a no-
Michr.;!   Ryan,  fractured  skull  and' seiged the drug stores begging lor ;uJ J women's Auxiliary Will Consider the  tlonto pave the lane.
|i!i
IK. t:
to oi
Vice-President cf  Road  Declares Company  Has No Announcement to
Make Regarding Coquitlam.
rtkers, thetfl is every Indications ate hack of the men
soldiers with live   lead can;
strike to an end     The com-j
Ii attempts to run cars after:
"iitsiile the main street lines,
to meet with similar opposl-
s days uo by strike BJ mp i-
ill grow bolder until no man
i the end.
may   not
^ Coipiltiam
and   then Offered   it   to   the  Canadian
Pacific Railway company for sale, but
John F. Dan. an  fflny oi
have purchased   land   in
internAl   injuries     	
Yettn   AbraharrtSon.   fractured
,->nd Ini^rtijl Injuries.
Theresa   Lotk, fractured   skull
shoulder.
John Smith, injuries to the head.
John Cunningham, burned.
Cause   of   Explosion.
For  some  hours    it   was    believed
| and   clamoring  for    telephones    and
skull   then  the clattering gongs    of      am-
j bulances rang between the   t: II bulid-
anrj   ings.    The tenements  to  the  east  ot
Lexington   avenue   i oured   thousands
into the streets.
Chauffeur's Story.
Frank  Smith, the    ehatiffO'.ii'   of a
wrecked auto, out, bruised and sluik-
Scheme at'Future  Meeting-
Prepare for Annual   Ball.
dynamite alone could have    wrought  en, said:
such   liiRtaiii'n .s    and      demolishing      "Almost before I realized that there
havoc, but late In the afternoon Fin;, nnd  been an explosion,"  le said, "a
he wan certainly never employed   by chief'Croker sold he was convinced rain otTbrlcksajad'mortar began'  to
M.iny Anxious to Work.
Winnipeg,   Dec.    19.���Sixty -strike-
the company to buy on its behalf," said
William Whyte, Becond vice president
Of the C. P. It. yesterday in an interview in the Vancouver Province ln
reference to the alleged announcement  in an evening paper rela.ive t >
the explosion was due to mixture of  fall on   me,  then  a  six   fcot  timler
air and  illuminating    gas,    used    in  shot dtfwn out cf the air like an ar-
Ughtlng railroad cars, touched off by1 row.   I had one foot on the brake and
���an  electric  spark.    The  pas  had ac-  the other on the auxillerator.
cumulated    In    the   auxiliary    power;     "That great arrow  passed  hetween
house   from   a  broken   pipe   snapped  tliem and smashed down through the
hrttrc ��h�� ��,-,iv,.,i laat nluht from' the alleged purpose <>tthf railway to  olT by a nmawny passenger car. floor of the car.   Then the trolley cai
IK, ,        ," , w, rk       ... .   u   move its shops from Vancouver to the      Foundations were jarred, walls were  toppled over on me and pinned me be-
mmm *ere pul   to   work J^^^^J^^^T^Jip v/eMtmtnater ^uv^to^:1 Bbalcttii out of plumb, windows, were| neath  the mass of wreckage.
Plumbing Inspector Appointed,
Another matter which aroused considerable interest was    the    appoint-
Iment of a plumbing inspector.    There
  weie many amplications for the posi-
I tion and a row or two of applicants
The Women's Auxiliary of the Royal   watched    the   aldermen    intently   as
Columbian hospital held their monthly   their names  were ballotted on.^ The
in the board of trade room
choice finally fell on James Craig. Mr.
morning
ure'ex^ilenced' motormei |"'"I tell you now u I have told yo*i  ,,,���*���  ,n  ,,,-  the thousands, callings' Pi^ were_pulUng me out for dead
ars  ������
SrMV'Ih^,^n'cf''.i;i^studen.s'.he!alreairaml as has been pnbUibe^lnl came crashing down 'onllie'heads "of, when I ^m>-^^,
"" fhe��%re"no . IgnV of on'anything either with regard to Co-
" e, ilthough a few cars are hoot-|fl[ulUam or any other possible site ioi
���i.   Manauer  Phillips states that  he  yards or   shops    or   other
Two
are giving a fairly good ser-  vour paper that we have not decided  those beneath,    and   the    pavements
*****^    ^^^^       ^^^^^^^^   ~~* ~    " j were littered  with pulverized glass.
Damage May Exceed $500,000.
The   full   amount   of   the   property
facilities!	
Nnow 600 applications from    men   Nothing is lobe done until I    go   to  damage is yet  unavailable and    may
Pom to obtain     regular    employr| Montreal for    the directors   meeting. exceed   the   rough   and   conservative
He stales that as fast as these' 0n  January
KSI^
Babies Tossed About.
In the ITabies' hospital, at Fifty-
ninth street and Lexingtcn avenue,
the infants were being given their
morning bath. Nurses were thrown to
the floor with babies in their arms,
other babies were tipped out of their
babies
The b
"
i!"*H to keep all bhe fures they can
Wlect Some of the boys have made
H   to  - 10 a   day.
'���" Hie cars
.   Th'
' II Ci it I hat up to Tuesdav
j''v'' ��� Will he given I I old em
Woyees who wjsli to re-engage.
unong  the rest, will be set
physical damage done to the   power I as if they had been drawn up by   a
house,  wbicli   was  completely  wreck-  powerful suction.
Policemen  are on j
Th,
idents are making big money. I division ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
$5 a dav and in addition are  a.,i<ie."
Mr   Whyte wished lo make a State-
ztssa-i^^S^um of pea-soup foo police have small hope
chosen  for the  railways    Bcene    o
future development.    He was cant
no, to deny that it might be selected
BH a site for new shops and yar ls. but
be  ,|il  not   hesitate  to declare
OUTSPREAD OVER THE CITY
ll:
join
11" !:
Milton
rapany claim thai tha strike
broken, On the other hand
al strike headquarters appei
ntlnued on Page Four.)
nothing definite had been done as yei
'"' except by speculators who were pur-
r I Chasing the surrounding property and
OF LOCATING BURGLARS
meeting iu mc ��*"*���** ***  ..*���*.*������---  Cr��|j? has ,)een in t[)e cRy for sevei.aj
yesterday afternoon, when a good deal   years an(j du,ins that time has heen
of routine business was disposed of.      jn different positions wliich make him
Vrringeraents for the annual ball,' well qualified to fill the position   of
t0 be'held this se.,son on ^f'SKS'^ be received
was the principal subject ct discus ^^ satisf;iotion by the football en
sion, and these were practically com- ti,us|asts 0_ the city for Mr. Craig is
pleted except in minor details. St. not on]v a memier. of the Rovers
fatiick's hall has been decided upon teami ^ut he is also captain of the city
as the venue, and invitations will be *eam jn the city league,
issued  in short order.    An orchestra The Letter File.
of four pieces will be engaged to pro-| A petition for the opening of
vide dance music, and a good time is Sevent|, avenue from Cumberland
promised. I street to Vork street waB referred to
Payments   of   bills   amounting   to  the ,,oar(, 0f works to report.
$250  was  authorized.    This sum has      A iargeiy signed petition asking for
been  expended  in  providing  hospital   the 0|)ening 0f McBride boulevard be-
supplles, and is indicative of the good  tween Eighth and Tenth avenues was
work being done by this organization.   recejved.   It was decided to grant the
Mr. Hawley, a representative of tno  request and  charge the cost  to the
C   N. R., was present to 88k the as   new by-law.
sistance of the organization in con-, The c p K wrote asking for a
ncction with an enterprise they have four vear renewal of the lease to
on hand to bring out a number oi water' lots 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30.
domestic servants from the old coun- T1)e matter was referred to the
trv to the coast, lie stated that he nniince committee,
was seeking the assistance of tho McQuarrie Brothers wrote concern-
government, and aho cf all institu- ing an"e1eetilc light bill which they
tions of a chaiitable nature, in tills re- h;ld majieci 0n December 10, but o-i
gard.    Owing to the fact that tliero  wmoh tl'e discount had not been   al-
FOG TO   BLAME.
Moser Struck Down by Car on
������I Columbia Street.
The dangers of thc heavy tog at
Pyeseni enveloping the city wore eni-
Puaatzecl yesterday afternoon, when a
,' "��� E K. car, proceeding along Co-
ftnrt Btreet "' a slow pace, struck
,'"' knocked down a man who gavea
'" ";"" of Milton Moser, residing at
mm Central hotef
holding It for the hu. * Increases in
value consequent upon a possible
favorable declaration from the rallwaj
company. Mr. Whyte intimatLd that
he had heen apprciachcd several times
with offers of property, but nothing
Inita could he done until after tho
had    been
Westminster    Looked    Like    London
Yesterday When Darkness Held
Sway in the Daytime.
The business of Nfcw Westminster
Parties  Who   Made    Small   Haul   on
Sunday Evening Still at Liberty
���Advised to Keep a Dog.
Up till a late hour last night bo ai.
ih
toi
near
Moser
the
was
mi
J!!}.01 hlm he stepped off the ����*'���",��� ''|". ",��e"vice-president in con-
dlk with the intention of crossing]^;   h'
rhe accident occurred
" "I  Hh.ckie     	
"Wing on lhe sidewalk, apparently
�� rl.i.c; ti,,, operation of shunting a
'���"i on the C. P. R. line. He was
��oie to hear the approach of the
"ll just as It was within D few
''!, (il  hlm  he stepped off the ride
\vi,l.   L^^^^^^^^^^M ^******     *******
lh��tr_v���.
tn(N!" opportunity wns given the
llV('"mi"i of stopping In time to
,. ���*���*��� accident, but he was pro-
�����ng slowly on account of the diffi
,!,�� "' seeing more than a few feel
|((H('" "' his car, nnd by shutting off
��� ei 'ind throwing on ihe brakes, be
|m ah,e sllll further to reduce his
,in  ,'""��� with the result that the vie
appropriations    haa    necn    made   in
Montreal.
"You can understand," he explained, "that tho removal of shops from
Vancouver for the purpose of creating
Industrial property Is a large undertaking meaning the expenditure of an
enormous amount of money and the
company would not he inclined to enter upon It without a great deal of
consideration. It will receive
nt tent ion later on and then posslhl..
an announcement will be made, a tea
ou<>, 1 mean."
"As yon  have  slated
was transacted yesterday in tlie worst rests had heen mat'e in connection
fog that has visited the Fraser valley | with the breaking into L. B. Lusby'S
for two years. Only once or twice has house at 216 Royal avenue on Sunday
thc oldest inhabitant seen the fog evening, when a small sum of money
worse than it was all day yesterday, was stolen, and it is hardly expected
The street lights, which were burn- by the police that they will be slicing most of tlie afternoon, could not j cessful in locating the thieves. A
he seen at a greater distance than a gold watch, some rings and other
few rods.   The street cars were mere  valuables were discarded by the burg-
was but a small attendance of mem
hers it was thought that nothing
should he done in the matter, i:nd it
was decided to postpone action In the
meantime. The subject will bo
brought up for consideration at the
next session of th.e Local Council of
Women.
It was resolved that a Christmas
memento in the form of a card and a
sprig of holly be sent to each of tho
patients at present In the hospital.
ALBERTA ENTERS SUIT.
lowed,   lt was referred to   the finance
committee for report.
D. D. Burnett, ln a lengthy communication, again claimed that the
petition put In against the paving of
Third street was sufficiently large In
tContinued on Page Four.)
TELEGRAPH COMPETITION 1
13 NARROWING DOWN
om-i shadows.   The powerful    searchlights'; lars. probably on account of the fact
carried by the Vancouver ears bored   that these could so easily be identl-
n the Prov-
dent in
attention
is
going ^^^^^
ought to go yel.
ided  to  go  there,
ar shops,
that  we were
far ns you
waa
I'lo'T.,01!1^ slightly Injured.
11 '   **S taken to the Royal Colum-
a"'",s"i,!'l. whr
"���". Rothweli
elusion,     'considerable
being'given to the Coquitlam district
following upon  rumors ^^^
there.    That   Is as
We have not yet de-
^^^^^ and  If we do    It
will then be time enough to act ae-
(Ills statement���'Move the
'Oundhouse and repair shed
from False creek to Pitt river within
a year, lay out thirty tracks from the
lo the junction and have an In-
nf 4500 within two year
river ti
shaft    of weak    Illumination    not  fle:,) and this points to the assumption
more than one hundred,feet ahead of i t,mt tl,e operators    were    amateurs,
,lie ciU-       ���'',     ,.    0*r��ot   the hest' possibly boys, without any means of
_%��&  n'fflSeK  disposing of stolen property safely,
than the Yale road at midnight, and      Another Inference   that   is   drawn
New York, Dec.    19.���Clarence   E.
Maekay on being shown the announcement from London that the Western
To Recover Proceeds of Sals of Great  union Telegraph company, with,two
Waterways Bonds. submarine   cables   from   the   United
Edmonton, Dec. 1!).���The attorney- states to Europe, has now acquired
general (Mr. Mitchell) has entered control of the four submarine cables
action against the Dominion bank owned by the Anglo-Amertean Tele-
and the Royal bank for refusing to graph company, said: "The only corn-
honor cheques issued by the province petition now left is the Commerciil
on the proceeds of the sale of the cable company on the ocean and the
Alberta Waterways railway bonds, postal Telegraph company cn the
Cheques were forwarded the Do- \m^ The Bell Telephone company
minion bank for $400,000; to the has combined with our only competl-
Unlon bank for $1,000,000, and to the tor on the land and with our competi-
Royal bank for $6,000,000, with ac- tor on the ocean. They have gotten
cumulated Interest. These cheques together a vast combination and it ii
were presented at the local branches clear that lf the public wants com-
of tbe hanks where payment was re- petition the public must rely on the
fused     The  attorney-general    issued  postal     Telegraph   and   Commercial
 -    .   i       ,���u.. thp|.. wav ,   mm :���.;" ���"_Y���r_ nf thp case Is that I writs on the bants for the respective  Cable.    We shall not enter Into any
���;Lre phantoms.   The Intense  o, last- lth the premises and knew that al.                                       en ^                |  ~ ^3���^"  As ,P8tated to
&WS5^ Macon- M0" Dec- 19-"urother fhe ,eg,8laUve coramUtee ,n New
,.8      . i.i.,.,tu  Hlrt   not  nnr.ur.
al""seiious accidents did not occur.
Chief  of  Police  Bradshaw  said  that  Crothers, the building is on lire." This York last winter, the Postal Telegraph
people who were ln the habit of lock- statement  was    made    by Dr.  P.  C. company wlll be the last competitor
ing up and leaving   their   residences .Thornhurg  at  the Methodist church, on land telegraphy.   1 would now add
entirely unoccupied for a number of  here yesterday, while    the    'lev.  S. that the Commercial Cable will be th3
hours should keep a tlog,   and   that  Crothers was praying.    The audience last   competitor   In    ocean    cabling.
Phonograph at  Funeral.
,.,    Lexington.    Ky.,   Dec.    m.-Phono-j  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� r^?rsss^|^ arisrrr al^fJtfW ���rx :?:r��
,���, , ...�� - - j.Xttwrtr-��t-ass ��^^^ -���;-r;rs,he$8000cl,u,'ch wa8'S-P0,y and government owner'
scalp wound !.   no ...cements'  to make concerning_ wW^ wom(m ,n th_ South_ , duilng the winter. ____M a ma8s of rulns'    ^*****\^*******\^******\^********^s*^-*^^^^^^^
taI ���'""i"sio,,s.    No danger of inter-   ""JJ���^;. ^
b^�� w*he7e ^ wa7Vxam^d ^.Ty^^^ ^^ ""���
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Ills   injuries    arc
nm  ,    ���"���"������'"in.    i\o danger
ftl damage Is feared.       .
i wealthiest women
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Wants
WANTED.
\; AxS TED���EmST^CLASS M BN FOR
fire, accident and life insurance;
only those who can produce results
need apply. Apply Box 20, Daily
News Offlce.
WANTKD ��� A FURNISHED HOUSE
for the winter, in New Westminster.
Reply stating particulars to Box 14,
Daily News.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; first class
board; all home cooking. Terms
reasonable.    Apply 513 Agnes
very   ^^^
street, city.
PROTECTION OT
YOUNG WOMEN
Suppressing White Slave
Traffic in Europe���Every
Nation is Now Interested.
tion of young women. It ls not too
much to assert that, with the official
and philanthropic machinery working so efficiently this traffic has not
only been crippled, but well nigh destroyed. The alertness of the authorities in all countries render certain the discovery and arrest of the
traffickers sooner or later. Consequently the present pursuit of the
trade involves great risks."
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write flre insurance in the district;
only good p'oducer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
toe forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, B. C.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, C2 Hastings stieet east.
FOUND.
FOUND���A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for either man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at any time free of charge with E.
Greyell, 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY
get our cash    prices    on
Westminster   Mill   Co.,
1003, New Westminster.
YOU TO
shingles.
Ltd.,    box
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
Js'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, ln very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TEK.MS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner. Box 279, City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New-
Westminster, B. C.
London, Dec. 19.���In a . istory of
the National Vigilance association for
the Suppression of the White Slave
Traffic, and in view of the International congress just held in Madrid,
W. A. Coote says:
"While I was revising the warning
to young women travelling abroad, in
September of 1898, and calling to
mind a number of suspicious cases in
which we had been able to do very-
little, the utter hopelessness of all
our methods came over me with a
kind of physical oppressiveness wllich
reacting upon the mind, overwhelmed
me with a bitterness of soul; and I
cried out In despair, "How long, O
Lord, how long?" Falling, rather
than leaning, back in my chair, I fell
Into a kind of reverie. Whether it
was a Divine vision, or a day-dream
inspired from on high, I know not. Of
its intensity and reality I had not, and
never ljave had, the slightest doubt.
After awhile I awoke to the consciousness of what had happened. The vision was solemnly impressed upon my
mind. It had not lasted more than
ten or fifteen minutes, but dur.'ng
thattime the ideas came as suggestions, and were by me transmitted to
paper. They were read clearly by me
in my vision."
Visits to Capitals.
Mr. Coote declares that thc command in the vision was laid upon to
visit every car ital in Europe, and
search out in each some leading person to hear his tale of the horrors of
the white slave traffic. This was to
be the preliminary step towards the
calling together of representative
meetings of men and women for the
enlistment of their
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Railway Time Tables
B. C.
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:80 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after until 11:00 om.
Sunday Schedule.
Carj leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
erery half hour thereafter until
11:30,p.m.
Oars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:00 a.m.. and evpry half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
CHRISTMAS
Will Soon Be Here !
&    B    ��
^^^^^^^^^^      sympathetic  help 	
in the formation of a series of nation-  Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
al committees under the title of thej    every hour until 10 p.m.
International  Bureau.      Moreover, he ! On  Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
was to set about the difficult task ofl    at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
^^ On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,
Westminster.
arousing a strong public opinion
throughout Europe concerning the
traffic, with a view to securing the
consent of the .various governments
for the holding of an international
conference for dealing with tlie question from an international point of
view.
$1000 Subscribed.
It was estimated hy Mr. Coote that
a sum of $1000 at least would be required to make a start towards the
realization of this vision; and in his
narrative he says: "After careful meditation I offered the following prayer: 'Lord if it is Thy will that I
should undertake this work
Thou hast revealed  to me. send  me
New
I
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 0:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m
Leaves   Seattle
weaves   Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
which  New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
,...,.        .  T     ,--;--   "' -*���** me!    Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  arrives
1000,  and  I  will  do  it."    After fall-	
ni.
p. ni.;   arrives
minster 9:27 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  arrives
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR SALE OR RENT���NEW FIVE
room house, panty, bath room, sine
room, open fire place; large lot, for
sale or rent, or will exchange for
part payment in good building lot,
New Westminster, Burnaby or South
Vancouver, l). C. Patterson, Ed-
mouds.
    �����������-1 New Westminster 6:25 p
ing to induce a friend of the  move-1    Leaves   Seattle  4:3
ment  in  the  country to provide  the  New West
necessary   money,   MV.   Coote   unex-!    _^_^^^^-- m ���
pectedly received a letter from a lady. New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
who had been in the habit of giving
an annual subscription to the funds of
the association , and a cheque for the
exact   sum   of   $1000  was    enclosed.
"How some of the great philosophers
of doubt would explain this espisode,'
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
says Mr. Coote, "I do not know.    To !Gulchon 6:30 p.m
direfV?Snin.anSWert0prayer'andasl    Leaves    rort   Gulchon   8:00   a.m.
airect  a  Divine  command  to  go for-,dally, except Sunday;  arrives at New
TO RENT���NEW SIX ROOMED
house, fully modern, close in; rent
$20 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co, Ltd.
TO  LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply Upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street And Clarkson
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
���after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
mtr*u*t.
ward   as   any  that   Moses     received
when he was leading the children of
Israel from the bondage of Egypt to
the freedom of Canaan."
Many   Visitors.
Thenceforward Mr. Coote's story is
Westminster brid
10:20 a.m.
;e passenger station
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:10
a  record    of  singular    h mT���h liJZi 6: ,0   a'm;   arrlves
great difflcuItlesln J   *"'T^.  ��T I ���dg.e pas.sen.?er 8tatl��n. New West-
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
business 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, ami ln London. Eng-
Tsn1, New York, Ch'o. o and Spokane,
"U.S.A., and Mexico City. A genera]
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
���nd interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
great difficulties in many lands, ending with the establishment of the International Bureau which has made
remarkable progress during the past
eleven years. Finally, at the foreign office in Paris last April, under
the presidency of Senator Berenger,
an international agreement was approved, and this has since been ratified by the European and other powers, for effectually dealing with the
white slave traffic. Commenting on
this agreement, Mr. Coote says:
"Here, indeed, is a woman's moral
charter, which in it operation has
achieved so much, not perhaps from
a punitive point of view, but chiefly as
a remedial and preventive measure.
It has already worked wonderfe In
every nation in the care and protec-
mam������������i������*****������������������������
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
10:20   a.m.   daily   execept
minster,
Sunday.     ^_
Leaves   New   Westminster   bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.;  arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
MERCHANTS GET BUSY
and Advertise   your goods.
By advertising eariy you encourage early shopping.
To the first purchasers belong the spoils.
Everybody in New Westminster reads the Daily News,
thc paper that boosts your
city and stands for improvements always.
No one is too big to advertise
No one too small.
��    ��    ��
Do a Bit of Thinking and Advertise in
i
The Daily News
LEES LIMITED
SIX choice building lots on Edinburgh
street, near Eighth avenue, only
$500 each; terms to arrange. This
is the cheapest property to be had
in this locality.
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
TWELVE lots on Tenth avenue west
on the highest ground in the city.
These lots will double in value in
the near future; only |500 at the
present, time, on easy terms.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527 Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 550.
ALSO choice building lots on Dublin
and London streets, west of th3
orphanage, excellent view property.
This will some day be the most
popular residence section, as the
loeatien ts unexcelled.
. OOK! fi this a snap? Large lot and
two houses near car and water
front, at Sapperton, rents for $17.00
per month; price $1*100; only $300
cash, and the balance to be paid
as rent.   Owner must, sell at once.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real  Estate Agents.
628  and  746  Columbia  st.
New Westminster.
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��� Now Is the Time to Invest
NOTICE !
TO THE PUBLIC, MERCHANTS,  RAILWAY CONTRACTORS, SHIP
OWNERS AND OTHERS.
OVER   TEN   MILES   OF   WATER   FRONT.
Dockage with trackage, on Fraser river and North Arm in 75 lots,
in city of New Westminster and surrounding districts of Richmond,
Sunbury, Annacis Island, Lulu Island, Soutli Westminster, Brownsville, Port Mann, Coquitlam, Mats<|ul and Parson's Channel, with
trackage.    Can sell any of the above on easy terms.
Port Mann lots and acreage on easy terms.
Dairy, fruit and chicken ranches in Surrey and district, ranging
from two acres to 640 acres, at nil prices and terms.
For particulars on        \_\
A. G. Marshall
| Phone FS07 SotithJWestmlnster
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading ' Co.
T Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
tuRNen wnl*' t?J!!0LE8' 8A8H- D��0R��. INTERIOR
TURNED WORK, FI8H BOXES  LARGE STOCK
i       i     FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telenhone  12 New Westminster
 FINISH,
PLAIN    AND
Box  137
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
' 3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
I   ''^Hf|   320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
tSBii.WM'?t\        FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF. |
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturday.
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart. S. S. "Prince Albert will leave Prince Rupert noon Friday, Dec. 23rd, for Hurt
blmpson, Kincolith, Massett, Skldegate, Queen Charlotte City, J****
WRyt 6tC.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
wetroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
Special Holiday Rates to Victoria for Sailings Dec. 24th and Dec. 31st
For time tables, Illustrated literature, and all information apply t0
HARRY G. SMITH, Li V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent
527 Granville St.   Phone 7100. Phone 3060.
GENERAL AGENCY   TRAN8ATANTIC  STEAM8HIP  LINES. j��SDAV
DECEMBER 20,
1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
*TT'     PAGE THREE.
THE
BankofToronto
0W BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
Jver before been in a
Cation to do so, may
L be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
fferF to all such people
he facilities of their
Jape and strong banking organization.
Savings
opened
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER! noiseless soup spoon
gents'   open law
Gold Watc'ne* for Lafllvss from J12./5
ip.
Silver
16.00.
Sliver
��7.50 up. ^^^^^_
Apent    for    Walttiatu
9Va tch vs.
Watches,
Watchea,  gents'  open
and     Klgiu
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adamsi' Grocery
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Land!
The  Nev
lngs
Stf rnwheeler
 IS
KAPIDLY RAISING RUMPUS
AN     EXCELLENT    NUMBER.
I!
New   Bouillon    Conveying    Device
Becomes   Popular,   Consomme   Concertos Will be Things of Past.
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
on
Interest ii paid
Balances half-yearly.
Nines!   Accounts
.��� favorable   terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
Leaven Urarkman-Ker Milling Com-
piiuy'B wharf, New Westminster, with
passr-ncers and  frei. lit ns follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a, ni.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Fri
la\ anil Sunda] al 7 a, m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opooslte B. C. E. R.  Depot.
Merchants Lunch - 25c
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Eltirr.ates
Of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given   on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thomior   Blk.
Phone   388
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
Westminster
transfer Co,
COAL
INew
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
is to
.   i��v
Barn   'Pion*
117
;:ilumbl��
8treev
dp.
.iellve
red    promptly
.��
ti-
part
of
t_�� rltT.
tend Heavy Hauling
:*f:e���tpam depot.
W. P. WHITE
-.'-    "d   Building  Constructor.
it in Steel, Reinforced Con-
tti Modern _Ui;,.".-.ip Construo-
���'��� I    r,,ne 506.
' 13  Dominion  Trust   Building.
Sc.v   WESTMINSTER.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painter.*, Paperhangers
and Decorator*.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW  WESTMINSTER : B. C
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
_ IN ->
THE   DAILY   N   .WS.
New York, Dec. Ill���Not since the
organization of the society for the
Suppression of Noise has the cause cf
peace an.l quiet in this community received such an uplift as il did yesterday when thc hotels and restaurants
were gladdened by the news that
somebody in St. Louis had invented a
noiseless soup spoon.
It was at once conceded that, the
adoption of this device will do away
With the consomme concerts which
are so much a fealure of hotel and
restaurant, life, but the proprietors
and managers who disnssed the
epoch-making invention yesterday
called attention to the fact that there
is a regular orchestra in each of their
establishments, and thai the soup ob-
llgato bas always heen In the nature
Ol   im  unsolicited  contribution.
"One trouble with the music! ins
who have played soup spoons," said
.lean Baptiste Martin, of the Cafe
Martin, "is that they never kept go id
j time. The thick soups and the consommes never blended perfectly, and
this Jarred on the ear of mush-
lovers."
Are you sure the soup spoon is not
la drinking cup?" asked James Chur-
! chill. "1 was in St. Louis once and 1
found that the drinking water there
was as thick as a good puree of pea.
Maybe the new device was Invented
primarily to make it. possible to drink
the water."
Qeorge Rector, of the Cafe Madrid,
Said    thai   life  would not seem    the
! same if there is to be no more audible  soup  taking.
"The institution was very popular,"
said lie. "People used to say, "Where
shall we co to tonight? Let's go to
the so-and-so and hear tliem eai
| soup." What will those amusement
seekers do row thai these cream of
totnato sonatas are to be played no
i more."
".lack" Dunstan, of Jack's, was one
: of those most deeply affected.   There
j is  no orchestra in his establishment,
anS with the adoption of the muted
i soup spoon there will be no music.
"How  will    the out-of-town    trade
j amns.' Itself ?"  I e asked.
It was pointed om that while a
���. eai deal maj I e di ne with chop
- ey, thai neither of thos e aids td
ni'isl ��� during meals is in such general
use BB is  BOUp.     11   was also said  with
et I "'i' ��� ome ol the most accom-
��� ���(1 soup virtuosi bai'- beeil
broughl up on the noisy spoon and at
their time ol life it vtlll be diffic-ilt
for them to learn to play a new instrument.
Po far as could be learned, none OX
the noisless soup sj o-ns has ns yet
appeared on Broadway, Advocates of
p safe ami BAEe New Year's eve celebration hope ihoy will pet, there before that bight, because last. New
Year's evt! wn* Blue Of the noisiest in
the history of the city.
] Christmas  Globe   Has  Fine   Canadian
Asmosphere.
There    is  a   fine  Canadian    atmosphere about the Christmas Number of
the Toronto Olobe,  with  just  enough
suggestion of summer and autumn intermingled   with   the   Ulust ations   of
winter   scenes,   with  which   the   book
abounds, to subtly convey the inlinite
variety   which     the   seasons     afford.
Typographically and from an  artistic
viewpoint the number ls highly creditable   in   every   respect   ,the     color j
work  being    particularly   worthy  of |
commendation.       From   the   striking j
title page, in which three wholesome
Canadian   winter  girls  on   snowshoes'
are  depictel   joyously   snowball.ng  a'
male   companion   on   skis,   who     has
come to grief, to the very last page.'
the   arrangement   and   the   grouping:
are pleasingly harmonious.   There are
five  full-page   illustrations   in   colors,
each  well  worthy  of    framing, each
dealing   with   widely   divergent     sub-j
jeets.    "Along the Nova Scotia Shore"
shows an old fisherman returning in
his dory after a good catch. "An Irish |
Mother"   contains  a glint  of   homely!
pathos, while "A  Flower Girl" beams;
out in beauty despite her ragged ral-1
ment.     "In   the  Colonial   Days"   pos-1
seses a fine warmth of color.    There I
ls life and action in "The Wapiti," fit-!
tingly   described   as   "Tbe     Antlered I
Monarch   of   the   Waste Hie   Big
Brother," in colors, Is also a pleasant i
conceit.   The literary standard is fui-
1 ly ln keeping with the typographical'
; and artistic- excellence of the number. I
!Mrs.   Nellie    L.   MCClung,   author    of
''Sowing See's in Danny," contributes
'an    entertaining   western    story    entitled   "The   Runaway   Grandmother,'!
showing how a young fanner secured
a pretty young wife In a  roundabout ]
I way as a result of advertising for a [
housekeeper. "The Joys of a Canadian j
Winter" are ably depleted by Freder-j
ick   George   Scott.      Other   sketches'
comprise.    "The Knight of the Christmas   Candle,"  by   Kstelle   M.     Kerr;
"The Wreck That Saved Him," a tale
of   the   sea,   from   Nova   Scotia,  by
: Frank  T.   Htillen,  F.  H.  G.   S.:   "Mr.
Joyce.    His  Mystery,"  by   Arthur  E.<
McFarlane; and "Vocation," by J. E.!
Le  Rossignol.     "The   Passing  of  Ca-j
I dieux,"   the   prize  historial   poem,  is,
by Isabel Eccelestone Mackay, and is
in that gifted poetess' best vein. Other   verses   are   contributed   by   Virna
Sheard, E. Pauline Johnson, Jean Ble-,
wett,   Alexander   Louis    Fraser   and;
Percy   French.       As     a   supplement
three large colored pictures for framing   are    included,     "Wnr    Clouds,"
showing General John Graves Simcoe.
first  governor of  Upper  Canada,  being the most striking.
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVE S
do their work without affecting the rest of the
system.   Nursing mothers take them Safely.   25c. a box at all
druggists'.
National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited
47
Christmas Dinner
December   25th,   at   the
Royal  Cafe
Dominion Trust Block. 12 to 8 p.m.
Peace on earth,   good will towardm  men
75c.
Celery en BranclK
Consomme a la Koyal
'. W
Relishes.
Queen Olives
*.*.*�� Soups
Bisque of Oyster a la Stanley M^^^^
Salads
Lobster Salad au Mavonnalse
Fish ���	
Steamed  Fraser I'.iver Salmon a la Cardlnale ^^B
Pomme a la Hollandalse
Crimped of Cod a la Normandle Pomme a la Baden Baden
Boiled
Boiled Westphalia Ham Glace Champignon
Entrees
Fresli Spring Lamb Chops an Pettlts Pols Pineapple Fritters
Sherry Wine Sauce Saute of Sweetbreads a la Francaise
Cutlet de Veal a la Chambart
��� *~'S* ���'-****>' Roasts
Calgary Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Local  Milk Fed Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Stuffed Domestic Goose, Apple Sauce
Stuffed Sucking Pig, Apple Sauce
Vegetables
Pomme Terreen Puree Brown Sweet Potatoes
Sugar Corn Haricot Verts
Sweets
Fruit Salad, Whipped Cream Hot Home-made Mince Pia
Lemon Cream Pie Green Apple Pie
Strawberry Jelly
Steamed Christmas Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce
Fruit Nuts Raisins
Cheese
Tea Milk . Coffee
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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JMOONEY5
JOAUD OF TRADE���NEW WifiST-
minster Board ot Trade meets m tin
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the ttiirc
Thursday of February, May, August |
and Novemhor, at a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE �� EDMUNDS. BARKIS
tors and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia 8treet. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, li.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE fi
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and S
Gulchon block, coiner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver Cf
flees, Williams building, -11 Gran
vllle stieet. F. C. Wade. K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
BISCUIT*. CANDY
Y. atfokocanma.
CO.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Six years ago we gave to the
Dominion a Superior Soda Cracker
-better flavored, better made ^^h^m
Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas caught and held
popular favor, through their flavor.   Tons of them are
consumed every day���and the demand gets bigger every day.
You Want Biscuits
Shipped in. Private Cars
(I. J. A. BURNETT,
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR  AND
R 12S.    Room,
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
Week    Commencing
Dec. 19th,
Moving Pictures
and
Vaudeville
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MISS  M.  BROTEN,   public   stenogra-l!
pier;   specifications,   business   let-}'
ters,    etc.;     circular    work    taken.]'
Phone   -HT..     Rear   of   Major   -and)
BaVage's otlice. Columbia St.
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Week
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FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
'e use none but the choicest
ay top   prices.    Then they
ingredients.    We get the best because we
are baked by Canada's master bakers in
the largest sunlit sanitary factory in the country. ^rtfc.
But we don't stop with making the finest soda cracker        g
Every package is shipped in
specially made  so an
are the  only makers  to  ..
���   ,   Knt better for tlie Discuusi
It's expensive, but dcwci .,.,
arrive at your table
our own private cars.    The cars are
even  temperature is maintained.    We
go to  this trouble  and   expense.
They
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Try a package today.
Ask Your
Grocer
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FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   &  AYLING.  FISH,  FKUl I
Game, Vegetables, etc.   Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V4 to 25 H. P.
���N FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
2 and  4
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office ana store fittings;
cabinet, atalr. sbowcases, mauiei?
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
��nd car line. P. O. box 254, Ptiom
473.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone
St.,   New
53.
Westminster.
THE    SUNSET    BLUE     PRINT   CO.
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711.
Box  160.
LABOR AGENTS.
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COAST LABOR AGENTSl MANA
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders foi
male help. Ring ua up, wire ot
write lf unable to visit us.      __���
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.Uate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 756.
MOONEY   BISCUIT   &
CANDY CO., LTD.
sTRATFORD, ONT., AND WINNIPEO. MAN.
ADVERTISE "5TtHE~ DAILY   NEWS
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
nre held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and .Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald,' financial secretary
rl Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECT8
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 001 Residence Phone 1SS
ACANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
i
Christmas and New
Year's Excursions
One    and   one   third fare   for the
round trip.
Tickets on sale r
Dec. 22nd to
Jan. 2nd
Final    return   limit
Jan. 5th, 1911
H. W. BRODIE,        ED. OOUEET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,     Load Aferat,
Vancouver.    New Westminster.
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T^RW^WWSP^ PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 19l���
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The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally News Publisn-
���vz Company. Limited, at their offices
_mm   ot    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
INCOMING ARMY
IS POLL OP HEALTH
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20,
1910.
PKINCE GEORGE STRIKES
SHOAL DURING A FOG
IMMIGRATION AND SETTLEMENT.
We are glad to see that the
of trade has endorsed the two resolutions passed by the Vancouver board,
the one requesting the provincial
to establish an agricul-
immigration department
the immediate
the agricultural lands
Columbia, the other asking
government
tural    and
and    to    encourage
settlement of
in British
the minister of the interior
up the lands in the railway
high time that action was
and   promote    in-
disease  is   .
LU  '"��� 7 \Ua *a���A��� -,*  more than favorably with any similar
* settlement upon tl.e lands iu  ^.^ rf ^ yopuhition
is certainly
taken  to  facilitate
crease
this province and
ti vat ion of these areas
present  the  policy of the  provineia
government  has   been  to
rather than encourage settlement
the  available  land  suitable
ration has long been
of it  having gone
Chief Medical Officer Reports Immigrants Free
From Disease.
Ottawa,  Pec.   lf>.���The  annual   leport cf Dr. P. H. Bryce, chief medical
offlcer of the interior department for
the last  fiscal year, jujjrt issued, cou-
j tains some interesting 'information in
I respect  to the health bf the'people
l,":"dl who are seeking homes in Canada
notes that the fact that there were
fewer deportations during tlie
than in the previous twelve
amplv justifies the conclusion that
from" the moment of the initial step
taken by the intending immigrant,
whether in Great Britain or on the
continent, the inspection carried out,
whether by transportation companies,
foreign government medical officers,
or tliose of the Canadian immigration
service, is such as to bring to Canada
a class of immiprants who, so far as
concerned,  will    compare
G. T.
Pu
P. Steamer Will Take a Lot of
King to  Get  Her Off���Ophir
Also in Trouble.
He
,'ero
year
months
to open
belt.    It
ihe consequent cul-
Up to    the
pi
discourage
All
for culti-
allocated, much
into the hands of
speculators, and it is by no means an
uncommon experience for new comers
to find that there is no opportunity
for homesteading or taking up land
upon anything like moderate terms.
It Is true that preliminary steps in the
way of surveys have been adopted,
but as yet no new areas of land have
been opened up for settlement. In
regard to the railway belt area, the
order of the minister of the interior
for the throwing open of these lands,
���which was issued a few months since,
was revoked, and no further steps
have been taken in the direction of
putting the order into effect.
That British Columbia stan.ls badly
in need of increased production of
agricultural commodities is a circumstance with which almost everyone i3
familiar. We are at the present time
importing vast quantities of egss, but-
Futher Improvement.
In dealing with the matter of the
further improvement in the inspection of immigrants before they leave
for Canada, Dr. Bryce says: "Inasmuch as there are some three thousand medical officers of health in
England alone, in the several health
districts, all steerage passengers who
are included under the term immigrants should be required to have a
ceitificate from the medical health
officer of his district, given either on
personal examination being made, or
his stamp p
ter, fruit and vegetables from the'
United States; the supply of butchers'
meat is very largely furnished by the
prairies, the States, and to some extent, by Australasia;, whilst we are
dependent upon the eastern provinces
for the greater part of the grain, hay'
and straw consumed here.    All these
i
commodities could and should he produced on the fertile lands of our own
prov ince, and  it is  the duty of the'
government to facilitate the opening '���
up of the extensive tracts at present
unavailable   and   to    encourage   the
settlement of,producers thereon.
It is very difficult to form anything
like an accurate estimate of the cul-!
tivable lands in British Columbia. So
far as we know this has never been
officiilly ascertained. But that it is
much moie extensive than was generally supposed up to recent times is
certain. Sorre who have travelled
over and tin ough the province in the
exercise of their business calling
place the area of land suitable for
from
the family physician.
'This, even if not an absolute guarantee, being an official act, would attach a degree of value to the certificate, which at present does not belong lo a simple medical certificate.
Issue    Certificate.
"If the great shipping companies
were to ask that the local government board in Britain request the
medical officers to issue such certificate, it would appear that we had
reached almost the farthest point
practical in obtaining assurance that
th.e many thousands who annually
leave Britain, often arriving at the
steamer a few minutes before sailing,
will have some guarantee that their
efforts to land in Canada after an expenditure of time and money will not
prove  fruitless."
Dr. Bryce says it is interesting to
note that the steamship companies
trading from United States ports to
Prince Rupert cause all Prince Rupert
passengers to be examined at such
ports as' Seattle, by medical officers,
before selling transportation, thereby
lessening the cost of carrying hack
rejected persons.
The total number of deportations
dining the year for medical reasons
was 21'2 as compared with 4C' in the
previous year. . .
Council Feels
Christmas Spirit
Vancouver, Dec. 19.���The first serious fog accident of the winter occurred this morning when at 7::!0 o'clock,
while on her way in from Victoria,
the steamer Prince George, of the
Grand Trunk Pacific fleet, struck on
the shoal on the north side of the
First Narrows, exactly; opposite Prospect Point. At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon with a falling tide the vessel
was almost high and dry. It docs not
appear that she has been seriously
damaged, but as she went on at about
the highest point of a very lilge tide,
the task of hauling her off presents
some problems.
After ineffectually attempting to
pull her off, the C. P. R. steamer Joan
from Nanaimo went alongside and
brought off the G. T. P. liner's half
dozen passengers, who were coining
up from Victoria when the accident
occurred. The Prince George reached
Vancouver on Saturday from Prince
Rupert and was returning from tier
week end trip to Victoria when she
struck.
So slowly was she poking her nose
through the fog at the time that ther.'
was  no perceptible bump  when    tin-
vessel stopped.   Her engines were reversed, but she    would    not    budge.
Then along came the tug    Peerless,
which took a vainjiull at her.    At  10
o'clock  there  arrived   the  .loan,  slip-1
ping along  through   the  thick    mist. [
She came alongside and bent a line,
1 and both she and the  Peerless took
several  long   pulls.     The  engines   ofl
the  Prince George herself  were put
full   speed   astern,   but   she   did   not.
move an inch.    She was    so    much
'aground from stein to stern hy this
time that her propellers dug a deep
hole in the sand as she tried to back
off.    Finding it impossible to do anything towards getting the liner off the
I Joan  took the    George's    passengers
and came into the harbor at noon.   Il
I was still as thick, as? peaSQUp inside;
for the Joan could not: be seen from
the C. P. R. wharf until she wds within a few feet of her landing place.   It
was so foggy in the Narrows that   it
i was impossible to discern the outline
j of the stranded vessel from the Pros-
, pect Point lighthouse, which was less
| than 300 yards distant.
It is the opinion of shinning men
that the Prince George will not list
seriously, though they believe there
will be trouble in floating her even
tomorrow morning. This afternoon's
tide will be what is known as the
"short run in." Tomorrow morning
the tide will flow in to a point within
a foot of what it stood at this morning
���today's was a fourteen foot tide
against a thirteen foot tide tomorrow.
���Marine experts figure that it will tak-'
a lot <ff pulling to get her off even
tomorrow.
I The only other mishap of the morning was when the little freight steamer Ophir suddenly appeared off the
i Union Steamship company's dock and
kept on coming, striking the west side
of the wharf about twenty yards astern of the steamer Cowiriian's berth
She cut clean through a fender pile
(and split two other piles Into match-
, wood. She backed oft with a crumpled
stem.
The Long Looked for
. Mas Come    ������.
A carload of English Linoleum arrived.
We guarantee this to be
English Inlaid Linoleum
at the LOW  PRICE of
SO cts. per sq. yard
Other varieties at 70c.     A great selection to choose from
Centre Tables, from $1.75 to $10.00. Couches, from $5.50 up to $25.G0
Eresser and Stand, $12.50 up to $40.00
Our Prices   arc Low, Our Quality is High.
Come in and see
Graham & Wilkinson
"TKe  Men   Who  Save   You   Mon
ey
small
lowing
asserted.
tion,
tants,
.
(Continued from Page One.)
spite of tlie fact that the assessment
commissioner had reported otherwise.
The letter was filed.
Several Lulu Island settlers again
called (with reluctance) the attention
of the city council to the condition of
Ewen avenue. In the text of the
petition, lt was insinuated that �� the
council showed favoritism to Gilley
Brothers in ordering road material
cultivation at  from  twenty to thirty
million acres. Even if we were fo take ''    Altteman Welsh
the smaller of these two figures and  received snd flled
moved that ft; be
He failed to-see
where Gilley  Brothers  had  anything
to do with it.   If the road was jlm-
allot the area into parcels of twenty
five acres, which   is   generally   con-'passable the city was re^onsrble".
sidered to be a fair average size suit '    Alderman Smith   stated., that  fl  it
able for a farm holding in British Co- had be��" P��98,ble t0 get"crushed nock
irZe,^ "TltTYl Pr0VlSi0n     *���� *-ft an
of p aces for eight hundred thousand estimate had been passed some time
families.    The productive capacity of aS�� and as soon as the material was
such a population would be more than  avail;,b,e the work would be pro^eed-
ample to supply the needs of the en- ?~*--h-'. An ineffect,|al attempt had
tire province, even allowing a goodly
margin for increase of population   in
the larger cities.    It will be evident
tbal if a really active immigration and
.settlement policy were adopted by the
government this would be altogether
ONTARIO   MAY   BAR
CHILDREN FROM SHOWS   ?D���n
Ottawa, Dec. 19.���It is probable tha'
the Provincial government will pass
a law to prohibit children under sixteen years of age from attending moving picture theatres. In view of the
fact that several cases have come to
I the attention of the authorities of
young   boys   attending   these   shows
,and then going out to imitate the
deeds done by the figures shown on
the canvas, lt has been thought advisable not to allow young children
to attend the shows at all. A circular
is now being sent out by the govern-
, ment to all children's aid and other
societies   in   the  province,   asking  if
I they think it advisable that young
children be not allowed to attend the
. moving picture  shows.
SMALL ISLAND SINKS
AFTER EARTHQUAKE SHOCK
About    170    Inhabitants    Believed    to
Have Lost Their Lives in Disaster
���Was of Volcanic Origin.
Xpw Orleans, hee. l!i.���A special
'cable to the Times-Democrat from
Port Limon, Costa Rica, says:
Word from Salvador reached here
today, announcing the sinking of a
island in Llopango Lagoon, fol-
an earthquake shock, it is
though without contlrina-
that nearly all of the inhabi-
about seventy-live families,
were destroyed.
The sinking of tlie island is said to
have followed a series of earthquake
shocks   wliich  were  felt    throughout
tlie republic.   The shocks began early
in the evening and grew in frequency
and violence as night progressed, until about midnight, when the watchers
on the  shores  heard  the  soun Is    of!
guns from the people on  the island I
and at about one o'clock ;i boatload of
frightened     women     and      children
reached  the mainland. The survivors!
reported that other boats were com-'
ing as soon as they could be filled, as '
the island  was slowly  sinking  under I
the feet of the inhabitants. :
The boatmen of the mainland were j
asked to send aid, but in view of the
continued shocks, and the steadily in-,
creasing violence of the sea In the
lagoon, the boatmen were afraid to
venture. Indeed, there was no time.
While they debated, says the story,
violent tremor shook the
mainland, and the fires and other
lights on tlie island vanished.
In the morning, not a vestige of the
island remainel. In all. it is estimated that about 170 persons perished in the catastrophe. This ls not tHe
flrst time that small islands off the
mainland have sunk after earthquake
shocks.
The Llopango Lagoon is situated a
few miles southwest of San Salvador,
the capital of the Republic of Salvador. The lagoon Is only about five
and a half miles in length. The little
island, which has Just been swallowed
up, was raised by volcanic action in
1&80. It was really a low. volcano,
and has been sinking very slowly
ever since it was flrst thrown from
the bottom of the lake.
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Rush
is on
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and Christmas goods are
moving fast. We ask you
to shop early in the week
so as to be assured of a
good choice and good
attention   :-:      :-:
Smoking Jackets
$4.00  to $10.00
Dressing Gowns
$6.00 to $15.00
to the advantage of the province.
Rioting Marts in
 Winnipeg tar Strike
(Continued from Page One.)
ed with.    An   	
been made to give temporary relief
M. W. Mlnthorne asked' thar the
proposed sidewalk on Thirteenth
street be extended from Seventh avenue to Eighth avenue. His request
was referred to the board of works
for report.
Wade, Whealler, McQuarrie & .Martin, city solicitors, advised that until
the injunction against (he tearing
down of buildings on lots 11 and 14,
block 11 and on lot 12, block 11, had
been removed, the city must stop tho
work of removing the buildings. Referred to the fire committee with
power to act.
The Westminster Trust company
as agents of the Hotel Russell, asked
the council what arrangements could
resolute and say that some difficulty ' ft", lace" lL\ZZTLoZ
hoJtIdsxp^ hoteI'and for 5hSSS��E3S
rl"ld������ TJ,ey dr_ Preparing a sign on top of the hotel. Referred tt
union min ,P��Paf^nda'    H��"*tofore  the light committee for report.
heir w^rk IT rid,deM '�� i,nd f,W P' B00th submitted Plans of a sub-
wil hJmh . f *,? in)medlate 'Weal ��"vision of the westerly half of lot B
will be male to all unions for support a subdivision of lot 58 Lulu Islam!
fhe  ZJnT   T,'e men ,,0,nt out ">at  Tie plans were approved. f
in thi fT Wa5e ��greement explrea1 The High school bovs were granted
& 2tl T a,',d the,y a"ege thi,t *M* the use of the P��"'trv binding at
Zt , ei",S f��rced ln 0,der to Q,,pens Park on condition hat t^v
break the union so that there will be  <leposIt a cheque with the city treal
ESS  at'��n t0 dea' wW,lU"l"" TT '�� cover ��" images donye wWlt
*'   t!    ,.i                              V   ��� '*        ' tlle ha" was "ndc their care.
1 he  citizens   were   given   a   fairly The waterworks by-law was read hr
good car service by the students yes- title a first time                                   '
terday. . Sixty cars    were    operated, A   resolution protecting    the    rest
sind   despite  the  amateur  motormen, dents  of  Columhla street east,  from
not an accident occurred.   There was any damage to the stone walls In front
not a-sign of rioting, and no attempt of their premises as a result of the re',
was made by the strikers to interfere, duction of the grade was passed by
Indeed everything appeared normal. the council.                                          >
XMAS GIFTS
In Ganong's,   Webb's,  Cadbury's  and Lowney's
CHOCOLATES
In fancy designed box-s, ranging from half-lb. to 10   lbs.
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THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
671 Columbia Street,     -       -     New Westminster
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Sole Agent for above Pipe in New Westminster
Pipes, Pouches, Cigar Cases and Holders
A great variety to choose from
COLUMBIA   STREET
Near Tram Offset
Phone 310
���"���*
IRA A. REID
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xmsi work. We have
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIR TCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEW5 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1910.
SPORTING NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE. FIVE.
LYtS GREAT AID
,1) JACK DILLON IN FIGHTS
Rise of  Boxer  Due to  Marvel-
PAWNBROKERS DECLARE
THEY ARE IN HARD LUCK
ous
I       Glare
physique and   Fearless  Tiger
.���Never Been Floored.
plDg into pugilistic prominence
m gj  ni a few  months, .lack
Killon the nineteen-year-old Indiana
Uer'welghl who nevei; has engaged
'e,, championship battle, linds him-
' .f in the unsatisfactory position of a
futer who is feared by the smaller
n(l Bhunned by championship as-]
lL,_ thai liave recently heard bis
f"i" gaya the Chicago Examiner.
'���������''' ""..!..   iimnn     (submitted     to     a
BOWLING
I he Daisies had no trouble retain-
ng Mich position at the bottom of
""' p����se league last night when they
Marked u), agalnsl the Sunflowers
lhe winners captured three straight
names in an easy fashion.
The score:
1        -        3    Ttl.    Ave.
Sunflowers.
Wilson 11;:   j |6
MoLeo-l   ..   ..HT    149
Reports at Association Meeting Show
Many  Shelves   Filled   With   Jewels.
Steaks   Depreciate   in   Value.
Chamberlin
Chappell ..
Sloan  ..   ..
164
116
1SS
Recent s
v  Dillon    submitted    to
,pb!
ical examination  in Indianapolis
, r*.   (���    X.   Ward,   who examine,!
^  Bffhtpr  and  took   his    measure-
the uh���'' . , .     ..     .
JE-nts pronounced blm the best spec.
P' ",,',- pl yslcal manhood he has ever
Kuntered.    Dr. Ward says Dillon's
;        .    ent8     show   why   has     has
���length and resistance to
Lsbment.    It   is  pointed  oul   that
'nillon ii'""1   lia8  ,,een  staggered  In
.,,,!   his   exceedingly   Btrong
.     Iron  jaws  show   why  blows
Lt bring dreams to other boxers are
'jsteil on him.    Dillon's wonderfully
. :   forearm,    Dr. Ward Bays,
for  the  tremendous power
n's   short   arm   blows   to
OK body, which have placed hlm In
He rlsss   of   lighters   who lui\e  the
"punch."
BHlon'fl rise In the last few months
rapid.   Unheralded and uu-
has  gone  forth  to    battle
iltb men oul of his class.    Kach time
I..'.       feared the day had    come
uten lU bOy   w'l'.o   never   nns  been
(00p;3  iii   the   ring   would   get     his
1' :K ki: -ked   off.     Yet   no   decision
been   given   against     him.
I ��� oi   bis   lights   have     been
ound affairs, but it has only
<fr. ���'���'   In Hie last year that he has
��� ������,���; ch ar out  of the preliminary
(lu>.      Xow,   whi'e   he   is     several
��� low tfi. jojddlewelghi limit,
��n like   Hugo   Kelly,   r';;mk   Klaus
���    ���   Caponi Bhy al his game
I ������ ���:.-landing his  thick-set   neck,
��� shoulders, the muscular de-
Nhpsenl of his back and bis prodigal forearm,   the    most   wonderful
lfcf about   Dillon  is his eyes.    Peril ism or mesmerism doesn't
|k ���  biggest pan in a prize Unlit,
Isitatever  the  hypnotic eye may
y   to   the   name   Dillon     has
llthan  his share.      Deep-set  heavy   brows   and   a   crown   of
hair.    Dillon's pale blue eyes
-' re they some mysterious gray?
Wool  a   cold,  piercing  stare like  a
Bt Of Steel straight through the eves
- adversary.    Tiger eyes they are
r.:.:ng,  cold  and calculating.
Hunter, one of the employees
e Vulcan  Boiler works, had    a
escape from drowning yester-
ifternoon, when he slipped off the
foundry wharf and fell into the Fraser
tiier.    Heing  a  strong  swimmer    he
Unaged to  reach  a  nearby  slip, hls
Mow workmen assisting him ashore.
[I�� suffered no ill effects    from    the
tameralon.
Archambault
McAdams  .
, Peterson   ..
Anderberg .
Steele	
,.182
.158
.108
798   763
Daisies.
1 2
.166
.148
.143
.143
.168
164
133
116
116
173
121���110
136���431
212 558
1 11���418
203���569
825 2376
3    Ttl.
144���474
144���425
121���380
121���1180
14-1���470
137
144
180
139
180
Ave.
158
142
127
127
157
753   702    074 2120
ELECT   OFFICERS.
Sapperton Football Club Thoroughly
Organized���First Game Saturday.
A meeting held In Welsh's store at
Sapperton yesterday evening, uii.ler
the chairmanship ol Kev. E. (.;.
Thompson, completed the organization
of the Sapperton Football dub, officers being elected as follows: Howard
Welsh, honorary president; A. T. Morrow and .1. Jackson, honorary vice-
presidents; Uev. B. G. Thompson,
president; James Target, vice-president; Max Potherlngham, secretary-
treasurer; delegate Jo city league, Mr.
Landln, team  captain;   selection com-
.mittee, Mr. Landln, Nels Nelson and
J. Kankin.
The colors of the club will be pale
; blue with white knickers.   The membership f��e was fixed at one dollar.
The   Sapperton   club   wjll   play     its
] first game on Saturday,
BUFFALO'S HEAD   '       "
LONG PRESERVED
Medicine Hat, Dec. 19.���An interesting cni i j was recently acquired by
James Fleming of the American hotel
here.
Jt is a lerfeet head cf a buffalo
bull. It has been marvellously preserved in an alkali formation for over
twenty-live years.
It was found in a dried up alkali
lake, sixty miles north of Medicine
Hat It was found by Sam McKay,
who chopped off the bead with an axe
and  brought   it  to   Mr.  Fleming.
The fleshy parts are soft and pliable and  resemble salted  i ork.
The lace and neck wrinkles are
preserved in a manner to actually fix
tbo expression  on  the animal's face.
McKay is ere lit ed with killing tbe
last buffalo in this district in 1885.
when a band of forty bead was exterminated in the exact location in wliich
this carcass was found.
N'ew York, Dec. 10.���Listen to this
tale, which, if the estimable Baron
Munchausen had related it, would be
assimilated with a pinch of rock salt,
lt is simply this���the N'ew York pawnbrokers are In hard luck.
Although the elements of disaster
have gradually been the cost of living, the keeping pace with full horror of the situation did not burst on
Manhattan until last night, when the
members of the Pawnbrokers' association gathered at No. 07. Third avenue
and looked themselves over. They
scanned each other through glasses
���the bottoms of glasses, which had
been tilted on high for the purpose���
and quickly arrived at the verdict
that when it comes to getting in bad
the modern pawnbroker is several
laps in the lead of any Republican
boss in the state. By comparing notes
tliey found that the shelves o f 07 per
cent of iheir members were stocked
with jewels produced on the Hacken-
sack meadows and in the glue factories of l'atshogue.
Two members leported that they
had heen cruelly deceived in some of
the anthracite coal offeied as pledges,
and that two sirloin steaks which
they are holding as ransom for
$123.75 had lost a great deal of their
pristine beauty. 1 his rei ort probably is responsible for the rule ordained last night, compelling pawnbrokers to Mte every steak offered as
a pledge before easing up their
strangle bold on real money.
Benjaxntn Fox,  No.  72  Eighth ave-
, nue,  was  re-elected  president of the
association..       He   returned   graceful
thanks for lhe honor and immediately
j nniKiunced himself as  the official re-
po. itory   fur   hard   luck   stories.       j,   |
|wm It'ld  IU tones oj  gre.lC   emotion
I thai since tlie po'licC 'department hurt |
j refused   to   supply   the    paw'ilbl'QkV'fe I
I with tlie lists of stolen property life i
' has been taken out of tl.e business, i
' One member, who has pawnbroken in
First  avenue  for   twelve   yeais,   said
that for all he knew his shop might
| be full  of  stolen  gooJs  ;:nd be  was!
I afraid to go home.
Every  member    of the    association
, testified   that  the   trade   in   insincere
jewelry has grown alarmingly during
1 tlie last year.    Why  any  one should
attempt to impose on the trusting na-
i ture cf a pawnbroker wus a question
which puzzled all, and they were still
marvelling   at   it   when   the   glasses
| were   brought   in   again.     After  that
the   glasses   were   brought   in   again,
which  also  describes the subsequent
| proceeding.
Early this morning a motion to ad-
1 journ  or  something  was  offered,   but
i was defeated by 66 to 1.    The janitor
voted In the aftlirmatlve.
Claus
Headquarters
in
New Westminster
For all the
Good
Tilings
You eat and enjoy at
Christinas Time
���the power to enjoy to the full life's
work and pleasure���comss only with a
good digestion..
Vigorous Health
IliyiBit^Eisg^atiig
tone up weak stomachs���supply the digestive juices which are laeklng-ensur*
your food being properly converted into brawn and dnew. rei Wood and active
brain.   50c ��� box at your druggist's or from 32
N��tion��l Drug and Chemical Cfc, at CanaAa. Limited,
Montr**!.
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Nuts of all kinds
Table Raisins. Malaya
Grapes, Japanese
Oranges, Xmas Stockings, all sizes and
EVERYTHING YOU
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PHONE 473
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THE   CHAMPIONSHIP   GAME.
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 1 a.m. and I.adner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
The Hovers will do some training
at Moody park this evening and at
nine o'clock there will be a ineeting
of the city league in the Province
office. Ali Interested in the game
and especially the captains of the
different teams are requested to be
present
I BACHELOR   BROTHERS
AT OUTS WHEN ONE
WOULD BE A BENEDICT
Christmas Bells
" RINCV W PHONE 66
"If you get it at Mackenzie's
Pharmacy, it*s good"
Tiiis motto applies not only to his regular stock, ,
but to his beautiful line of
Christmas  Presents
consisting of the choicest assortment of
Perfumes, Toilet Sets,
Xmas Chocolates, Leather
Goods, Etc., Etc.
Ottawa, Dec. 18.���"I've been working for lour years lor my brotuer
James and he hasn't given me a cent
of wages."
This was the grievance aired by
Edmund Malcolmsou, of Manotlck,
against his brother,- J. Malcolmsou,
of the same place.
The two brothers were old bachelors and had been living together
amicably almost all their lives. Edmund worked for his brother on a.
farm which they were renting.
Everything went very peaceably until this year, when Kdmund decided
that he'd like to get married. Ftor
this purpose he began taking stock of
his assets.
He found that according to his calculations there were still wages long
overdue now coming to him.
lie went to his brother who refused
"him the required capital for his project, saying that he had never agreed
to pay him wages and that Edmund
was working for hla own support.
Tbe case came before Judge Mao
TftvJsli tn to**-** ccurt ,hl8 morning,
but the two brothers *mn(i tl,at ,liey
could reach * ftitlftfeetrf W^ment
without going (MtA far.'
Tlie decision wil* fluff J Maleoltn-
son should pay bW Mother $.100 in
yearly payment! of .f<fd a year. This
decided, the brothers wrftat off hoftw
again at  pence with eacD rtfher. .
MAKING   CAKE   FROM   THE" SlBttC
-1 remember, I remember.
The fleld whence I was borne,
Tbe   crowded   stands,   the    shouting
mob:
The  raucous  auto horn.
The    side-lines    running    down    the
field,
Amain from goal to goal.
Were  thronged  with    blanketed    recruits
That would each play extol.
I remember, I remember,
The  flags of varied  hue,
The deathlike stillness In the air
Before the whistle blew;
And    callow    youth    and    winsome
maid���
Thc "Old Grad"���back again���
The favored minions of the "Press,"
The "fav'rlte colors" men.
1 remember, I remember.
The tossing of a coin,
The oval sailing high In air���
A kick anent the groin;
A jab, a gouge, a Jolt, a crunch,
A whizzing, whirring ronr���
The plaudits of the multitude���
A bucketful o( gore.
1 ii ��� '���>
I remember, 1 remember,
A fierce antl Muody fray���   **���'
The surgeons'   corps,  the  ambulance;
That can led me away;
A D>'i)kra ' e ������ 5 splintered arm,
Two Byfefc   ,f darkest Jet.
gome fraettir   ! nm;, a missing car���
Hm rest���oh. f toT***&
, ��� Loute Bpttralm Boyer In Puck.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
F. J. MACKENZIE
Dominion Trust Building Columbia Str,et,
New Westminster
Singular Recipe That Will FurnirfVi   a
Delicious   Dessert.
New **tm\, Dec. li).���The World
publishes the following:
No claim of originality is made for
the following unique recipe for scripture cake. It Is copied from an Old
English cook book. For the ingredients and directions for making the
cake you must refer to the Bible, in
the chapters and verses given herewith.
It may be ad led that by carefully I
following  the direction's you will  be
able to make a most delicious cake���
the  very  thing  for a  Sunday afternoon tea.   Here are the directions:
Four and a half cups of I. Kings lv..
22; half pound Judges v., 25; two cups
Jeremiah vl., 20; two cups Nahum HI.,
12; two cups I. Samuel xx., 12; two
cutis Numbers xvll., 8; two teaspoon-
fills I. Samuels xlv., 25; to t��ste, TI.
Chronicles ix., ft; six Jeremiah xvll.,
II; one nnd a half cups Judges iv., 1ft;
two teaspoonfuls Amos iv., 5; one
pinch Leviticus 11.. 13; directions, pri-
, verbs xxvill 14; bake and and a half
to two hours.
,    Baking powder may be used Instead
; of yeast, or leaven, as lt ls termed in
the bible.
DUCHESS OF   tfR-t-EANS  ILL.
Operated    on   for   ApptfiWfcitis���Her
Condition  Considered  Griticil.
London, Dec. 19.���The Duchess of
Orleans was operated upon to* appendicitis at Wood Norton, Evestoun,
on Saturday. She passed a COmfWt'J
able night, but today her condition ltf
considered critical. !
King Emmanuel II. the exiled king j
of Portugal, and his mother, the
Queen-Dowager Amelle, are guests of
the Duke of Orleans at Wood Norton.
As the duchess has been ill for a long
time she was unable to receive the
Portuguese exiles on their arrival in
England. She has been confined to
her bed for two months. A few days
ago serious symptoms developed.
STARVING   CHINE8E
8ELLING  CHILDREN
Peking, Dec. 19.���Winter is intensifying the famine in the Yang-Tse-
Klang districts. The authorities are
endeavoring to suppress the sale of
children which has been so extensive
as to be estimated at over a million.
The majority of them are. girls. The
roadways are dotted with starving
and dead. The relief committee is
now making appropriations for aid.
I An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros,
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
-T -.
After The  Accident
A Question
IF THE BREAD-WINNER   MEETS WITH AN ACCIDENT AND
IS INCAPACIATED, WHAT  ABOUT HIS WIFE AND FAMILY ?
The Answer
IF HE CARRIES AN ACCIDENT POLICE WITH THE RAILWAY
PVtgSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY HE IS FREE FROM
WOKBY. THIS COMPANY WILL PAY A WEEKLY INDEMNITY
IF INCAPACITATED OR STATED AMOUNT IF KILLED.
Don't Delay In Looking Into This Matter
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Strott
Phono 62
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THE DAILV NEWS.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, ,f
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States vis. -C P. R.
.daily (cuoept Sunfay).. 7:30
8: SO���Wancouwar via B 0. E. R.
Kdaily <enoept 9un*ay).. 7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily sesrcept   _5un*ny)..ll:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. 33. R.
(daily wcoept Sun&ay).,16:00
8:90���Victoria ��a B. C. K. R.
(daily exsept Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���\Bctoma rttia  B.  C. E.  R.
{daily -cxoept  Sunder).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily exnept .Sunday).. 7:30
lf .00���United States via G. K. R.
(dally esoept Sunday)..16:00
lf:l�����siBi ipninfes east  ��nd Europe (daily)     7:30
23:00���All points ��ast   aad   Europe (daily)    I5S15
12:10���Sapperton    and     tftiaepr
Mails      (.daily     aexoept
Sunday)  7:30
20:00���Sapperton    and      Ftwaar
mills      (daily      ex��tpt
���Sunday)       '-, 35:15
2:10���Ou<|iii<!la"i    i(<ftiJ|y   ctxecff.
Sunday)    7::30
13:00���Central Park and Ed-
mendB     (daiSy    e.itterpt.
Sunday)       ...ill: 00
33:30���East Burmuby and Barrel tiitlam   (daUji    ex cept
Sunday iH��:S0
10:00��� Timberland, Strawbe my
Hill and South W��t-
miiKtier   (Tuesday   and j
Frtday,) ttSSO
10:00���Ladner,    Port    Guichon, j
W-eetfcam Inland   13:i0
10:00���AnnieviHe,   Sunbwy (dally
except  Sunday   ..13:30
0:00���Annacis leland Monday
Wednesday and Friday .13:40
10:00���Woodwai'.s        (Ttaesday,
Thursday    and    Satur-
PART "UNSEEN EMPIRE"
PUTS IN WORLD'S PEACE
Or. Starr    Jordan's    Impressive    Address to Canadian Club on the
Folly  of  War.
forts towards peace were intended to
take unreasoning anger out of the
councils of the world.
Lawsi like gravitation, the best way
In which the orbs of heaven circle in
their course, the best way in which
an apple can fall to the ground, cannot be improved.
"There are no possible amendments
to a real law, a law of God," was one
of his statements. Men were striving
to discover these laws in human action as in the operations of nature.
Toronto, Dec. lil���David Starr Joi>-      Before   men   wrote    history,   every
,,    .    ...    t ���,������_ a.������er.,.,t  man's hand was against every other.
*__. president of the Leland Stanford   B^y mau.g m ^ ��� $,omaJfB
university, and the biggest man in ed-1 Hfe was a  tragedy.    Little  by little
man had got rid of the tragedy. Only
���uca.tion in America, talked to the Canadian club recently about war. J.
F. Mackuy piesided, and with him
wene Justice Sutherland, Senator Jaf-
tfray, President Falconer, Professors
Mavor and Wrong;, Mayor Lee, of New
Westmi nster, G. H. T, Left, Rev, Dr.
Eby, Inspector Hughe.^ F. J. White,
JDr.  Jordon treated  his  subject  as
few men  dare to treat  it, w3th raillery,  epigram, satire,' invective,  pitiless    contempt  and  a  disdain    that
made men feel ashamed to think of
war.     Always  tl��     uncompromising
enemy of  war, arrd always wiih  the
pnStound commoa -sense of the great.
scholar and the keen man of affairs, I
the horror of war he had "nothing to
say about.    The hiutows Of war���the
women knew abom that. He had "other j
line*-Of attack. !
In beginning, he -said he had never '���
met finywhere a gmup of such men as |
he had met in the Canadian clubs of i
Ottawa.   Montreal   and   Toronto.      It
was one of the hopeful signs of democrat?   which  President  Eliot  should
liavetioticed that-such bodies of mei
ShoMd   come  together  to  heaT  both
sides lit all questions.
Dr.    Jordan    was    suffering    from
in one place it remained. "In arms tlie
laws were silent." They wanted to
have it read, "In law arms are. silent."
(Applause).
They had made it so that seaboard
ditaes were no longer subject to bombardment. Very soon passenger vessels would be freed from interference.
I He had found in Europe a very strong
j feeling in that direction.
I it was out of the evil passions of
some men that war usually arose. The
French could never turn their attention tm matters of interior reform until they forgot Alsace and Lorraine.
| As soon as the nations realized that
their quarrels would come before a
tribunal such as that which settled
the Newfoundland fisheries case, they
would settle out of court. . The fur
seal case would soon lie so settled, to
the satisfaction of both sides.
What the  Nations Want.
"Nnhody ought to have satisfaction
except both sides. Xo nation really
wants anything that is not fair and
Just," was a characteristic speech.
"Reople of England and Germany
are desirous of goinj on with their affairs.    They  have  no  desire   to  kl I
"1 hope you will pardon my voice. It
is a Btrmmer voire, -siifttlble for California. 'Ordinarlv 1 am proud cif It.
Like on*-of which Senator Beverfdge
spoke of, you  could  tum  It.  on  ami
 13:ao,?Jeave it:"    (Laughter..
Piper's    Sid- 8 "Efforts  for "Peace.
G.     N,     R. i      Proceeding,   he snggested   that <-&
(daily except Sunday) ..14:20 I��� 	
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells "-
(dafly e.voept Sunday).. 15:������****.
hoarseness, acquired in Ottawa, wlre-e ^each   other.     There   are  others  they
he has ""Been instrumental in assis&ng   would prefer to kill than the civilized
the Great Lakes fishery .problem.   He   people near them.'
apologised for his -voice. |    ���'.ichsaiiniply not true that war was
day
9:00���Vancouwr,
ing    via
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       1S;C'I0
11:30���Tynehead   -(Tuesday  *x\_
Friday}        15:00'
8:30���Burnaby Lake   (daily except Sunday  . 16:00
���X):00���Abt*tsford, Marts<n��!Hun-
tington, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:3��
ffi-45���Cre*��rnt, White*Ro<*k and
Blaine (daily except
SunUay)        7.30
IS. 15���Hall's'Prairie. Fern Ridge
and    Hazlemen    rPnes-
day, Thursday and Sat-
responsible for the great qualities of
Ibravery, courage and magnanimity
which saane people declared arose out
of war," was his repudiation of John
Rusftiitfs great argument in "The
Crown ol Wild Olive." Otherwise we
should naturally look to Venezuela,
with its constant revolutions and
war's alanms, for our heroes.
"Our muuntains in California dance
about arid shift on unstable fonTida-
tions, and'the holes they make come
together With a slam," he described
the earthijnake conditions of tlie Pacific coast. Then he told how t"he Le-
lan I Stanford University ffeH to pHeoBs
and of the "liravery of the professors
p.rid men -tVp.3 would never dream of
l-going to wai-.   At the same time there
were others, and  he put    it graphically.
"There were men there with white
livers that morning. You could see
right through their clothes."
The courage that conv_s from doing
right, from living a pure life, was the
sort of courage to rear. Officers were
not stjong men because they were officers. They were picked to be officers because they were strong men.
The  Unseen   Empire.
Interest on the war debts of the
world totaled Jl,250,000,000 a year,
and the laboring man paid, most of tlie
taxes, because .in various ways the
others escaped. Then Dr. Jordan
spoke of the Unseen Emi ire of Finance.
"There are about sixteen bond-holding firms in Europe," he said. "They
: are what Is known as the Unseen Empire. They control Europe. They
don't own this debt. They control it.
You understand���I don't���the difference between controlling and owing?
Supposing each of these men spent
$1,000,000 a year. It still leaves $1,-
000,000,000 a year that goes to them
that they cannot spend.
"I do not believe that there is any
more danger of war between England
and Germany than there is of war between England and Mars. England is
too wise and sensible to begin war
wantonly. Germany, If it is not too
wise and sensible, is too clever to begin a war wantonly. But behind all
this there is the I'liseen Empire, War
would mean the ruination of credit
and the breaking up of the whole system.
"No nation ever scared another nation into peace. I don't believe in a
nation preparing in times of peace. I
believe rather in preparing for some
more peace, depending on the power
of right, and the majesty of law."
Canada   ls   Fortunate.
Canada and the l'nited States only
were not in the thraldom of the Unseen Empire, and this country was in
the unique position of being connected by blood and common history with
the greatest nation in Europe, and of
being connected by blood and common commerce with the greatest nation outsi Ie of Europe. So closely
were they connected that it was inconceivable that either of these nations would go to war with the other
as long as this connection exists.
"When you look at it lrom the viewpoint of Europe that boundary line
"loomk up large as something to be
proud of. There is not. a frontier in
Europe over which even hardly a
tourist may go for fear ho will photograph something," he added.
Tlie Unseen Empire was each year
getting a stronger hold on the countries of Europe.    The day, he believ
ed, would come when, if Canada and
the United States wanted some pleasure parks, they could buy these mortgaged states very cheaply when they
were knocked down at auction.
He referred, to the United States
fortification of the Panama Canal as
a folly.
The  Breeding  of   Men.
In conclusion, Dr. Jordan spoke of
the triumphs achieved by the great
Luther Burbank and our own Dr.
Saunders at Ottawa, in the scientific I
breeding of plant life. The efleet of
war was just the reverse of this. The
best of a nation were sent out of the
country to be slaughtered, and the
poorer stock that was left. This was
seen in Europe in the smaller sature
of the men, the increased number of
feeble-minded and tlie increased number of those suffering from various
diseases. No nation, declared Dr. Jordan, had ever been destroyed by
wealth or foolishness, save the foolishness of breeding from an luferior
stock.
WOMEN'S BANK
PROVEN SUCCESS
Miss May Bateman Has
However, Given up Banking for Novel Writing.
Bate.
London, Dec.  19.���Miss May
man, who organized the llrst worn:
Mtik-
bank in England, has given u
NO   LAND   GRANTS
TO   1866   VETERANS
Ottawa, Dec. lil.���Any hopes that
land grants would be given to veterans of the Fenian Raids of 1868 and
1S70, or of their families, weie de
st roved by the answer of Sir Frederick Borden to a question asked by
Mr. Middlebro (N. Grey) in the house.
Sir Frederick said: "Tlie government
has come to the conclusion that It i-i
not in the public interest to grant
public lands except as provided by
law on conditions of settlement and
residence. It is not Intended to recommend grants of money, in view of
the fact that pensions were granted at
the time to the families of those killed  in  the Fenian  Raids."
BRODEUR    TO    RETIRE.
Rumor  Abroad  That  Minister of   Marine Is to Leave Cabinet.
Ottawa, Dec. 19.���A report which
lacks definite confirmation, to the effect that Sir Louis Jette, justice of the
superior court of Quebec, will retire
shortly after the New Year, and be
succeeded by Hon. L. P. Brodeur, minister of marine, is abroad today.
Should this change take place Dr.
Belaud, member for Beauce, Will enter the cabinet, and two by-elections
will take place ln Quebec; in Ron-
vllle, which Is Mr. Brodeur's seat, and
in Beauce, where Dr. lleland would
have to seek re-election In the event
of his becoming a minister.' In both
constituencies Liberals got large majorities at the general election.
ing for novel writing.
"It was a bold project to launch
bank run by women for women," Bh
says, "but the experiment has been ��
huge success. At. the outset we 1 .
to face a very great amounl of nrein
dice In every quarter, but that h,��
now lo a large extent, been overcome
The undertaking has clearly demon
strated that women are quite comne
tent to transact banking business
"But I have learned thai the busi
ness of a bank manager possesses far
greater human interest than ever I
could have Imagined. One would believe that his outlook Is hedged In by-
pounds, shillings and pen,- finance
figures and heavy ledgers The exact opposite Is the reality of the nn!
sitlon.
"I have come to the conclusion thai
there   is   no  more   human   profes    ������
than  that  of a  hank manager    ]<,'.���.
sonallty  plays a great part  in It    \
bank manager who i.s to  he    .   .....
fui must gain the whole-hearti I ���  ..-
of his clients, for his counsel
on many points.
"I have been astonished to find
there are people in the world .... .
could walk into a hank pai lni- and lay
bare their worries and troubles s
some of my clients have. They confided everything to me."
New York Drydock.
Washington. Dec. 19.���The new Jl.
500,000 drydock, under constructional
the New York navy yard, probablj
will he completed by January, I :..
eight months ahead of ci ntracl time,
according to Assistnni Set retarj Win
throp of the navy department.
Cable Telegraph Merger.
London. Dec. 19.���II is announce,
that negotiations have been completed
for the amalgamation of the Western
Union Telegraph company and 1 ���
Anglo-American Cable company.
��KML��
FURNITURE
WILL   ARRIVE  SHORTLY AFTER   THE   NEW   YEAR
We Do Not Want Any of Our Present Stock to be on ihe floor when these Goods Arrive
In order to clear our present stock, we are making special efforts this last week of Christmas shormino-
to give you an opportunity to purchase your Christmas gifts at a small price uwns>
                                           giving the best quality always.                                 '
A  SAMPLE  OF THE VALUES:
Three Only
Morris   Chairs
with strongly built solid oak
frame, in early English finish; solid leather cushions
laced all around. This is a
snap and won't last long at
the small price A��� . mm-
of, each   ....     $14.90
Couches
Solid leather couch,   oak
moulding,very strong frame.
o��� week       $21.90
Our special  cou?h, good
velour covering
$4.65
Library Tables
made of the best quai ter out
oak, finished in golden and
early English. This is the
newest thing in library
tables. Has a drawer x'or
stationery and a cover on the
drawer for a desk, saving
the top of the table. Has
patent ink-well.
This week only
$18.90
Buffets
Best quarter cut oak, golden
finish, iglass door each side,
with five shelves for china.
Lined cutlery drawer and
large linen drawer and good
size cupboard. Regular price
$47.50,  this _**__���
week only.. $34.90
Bamboo   Furniture
Consisting of Tables, Book
Cases, Music Stands, Corner
Stands, Umbrella Stands.
Special table, good      .,_, '
size, each      60c.
Umbrella Stand,
each  60c.
You will find every article in the store equally as cheap.      Prices the Lowest.     Quality the Best
Do not miss this opportunity. Store open every evening this week. Watch our windows it will
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
pay you.
Up-to-date Mouse Furnishers.
'PHONE 829.
Corner Columbia and Fourth Street
nKmjJMt_.jjj.i_mm.il fUESDAV,
DECEMBER 20, 1910.
TENDERS.
AtED  TBNDBRS   addressed   to
$ 4����!ened, and endorsed "Ten
I the undt*'^1     .
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
& citVoSerzanp ,bii8hed *���
duplicaie of the ��� ���ter',88ue a
der
for
Ul,li,. Building, Grand Forks,
��,11 be received at this ollice
in., on  Wednesday. De-
i"11"     'iK *1910, f��r t'le construction
���""IfiiHllc Building at Grand Forks,
c| a ruu"
*-��� C'na specification and form of con-
,'n be seen and forms of tender
tract ��'        ,,,
obtai"01'   "
Henderson.
. * B' (   ,
and ii
less i cthe".      , ,'""' Certlflcate,  un-
>*��< tlTeTZtilTobM��
minster  li  c   v,       , west-
' "��� ' ��� November 30, i:no.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
ll
KKS
Till
the  offlce   of   Mr.
icsident    architect,
Fort
person
'"���"'������   IOIU8A, issued in the
at tlie Post Offlce, Grand |    N��Uce '* hereby given that I shall
this Department. I ?. .   ,   exPlration of one month from
rendering are notified that
tenders
will not be considered unless
the date of the first
of,  '
AUCTION       SALE      OF      TIMBER
BERTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
The right lo cut timber under l*
cense on Berth No. 5115, comprising
the following lands In the Province
of British Columbia, will he offered
at public auction at the upset price of
$2,570.00, including coat of survey, at
2 o'clock P. M., on Wednesday the
28th of December next, at the office
of the Dominion Timber Agent at
New Westminster
WHY CATHOLICS EAT
NO MEAT ON FRIDAY
That and Other Things Not
Clear to Many Protestants
Explained.
Toronto,  Dec.  11).���"Why don't the
Catholics eat meat on a Friday?"
It was the 400th question which the
Timber Berth  No. 035, situated In | people of Toronto have submitted to j
Columbia,  the Paulish preachers, who have been
the   Province
of    British
lilv new-VJ'"MK:'u,on bere-[Comprising Section 28, Township ��9,! conducting a week's aerie* of serviced
���,..���,, i       Ithe Citj -ol New v_L   '"��� "ub,,s,,ed In ; West  of  Coast   Meridian,   containing  in  St.  Paul's    Catholic    church, and
lhe printed forms supplied, L     "^e��lfNte* ^ es "unster. issue a an area of 640 acres more or less, as
, ned  with  their   actual   slgna-   ,   ' ' ''      "'  the  said Certificate, un 'shown on plan of survey   signed  bv
'Dd listing  their  occupations andI g^""" ������time.valid objection Mr. A. LlgUall, D. L. s. S?.yS
m**t i'i writing. In   May    "
C. S.  KEITH.     I Timber
residence.    In the case   of
tores.
Sjf��  the  actual   signature,   the   na-,
Tof the occupation, and place of
Lldence ol each member of the linn
ut be given.
"racli tetiiler must be accompanied !
��� an accepted checiue on a chartered
ayable  to  the  order   of   thel
���the   Minster   of   Public I
ID 10, and  of record  in the
,,, , .........       -    and   Grazing   Branch  of  the
".strict Registrar of Titles.! Department ot the Interior.
runs   ,���   iw-    ?'   ��"if'e'  New    We8t-1    A  license  wl"  ���<-  ���><
���   ��� >���  C December 2, 191ft.        ithe   full   amount    of    the    purchase
Issued  until
full   amount    of
1 price, and the ground rental' for the
_____ : flrBt  year, have been paid.
Take notice thai an application has Lenta! C��ndlti��nS ��' Pa>',nent' "** ��r
���'���""��������� - ������; itis;: zi^^Mneiin the Tlm'
Agent
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
ty '        " "" ' '
tank. pft
K* equal to ten per cent tit) perl Bole a .The own,?,'    V' ",'������ "���,'npwu "er Regulations, a copy of which may
*    "of the amount of  tl.e   tender, !de   a T x sX      ,    ?** ^mpi*' ?* be flecured on appMeaUon to the Z
r^'i" be forfeited ,r the person, Kr'iEJ?o?S! SSrtrt^^S: der8,gn6d- ��r t0 the C'rown   TllIlbe'-
Bering decline to enter in a con- m,lls,,r, to ,,. p. ���. Bole, bea    ,K d _e
t When called  upon  to do so, or the 1st dav of December  A  DMil
P,0 complete the work contracted 0f ail a,.d singula  tha certkto p    ei
E lfl!'';; he Te tuni'ed ^ ��  ?',traCt 0t lil"d ;in" ����52rJff
drtQie wi" ^ returned. Hying   and   being   in   tl.e   District
Ttie Department does not h.nd it-;New Westminster, in the 1'rovinc. 0f
���m to accept the lowest or any ten- British Columbia, more part.Xlv
h [ known and described as Lot 24, block
B>  OHler' 16;   lot  16,  hlock  8;   lots
it New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
The
and
Removal
reduction
Sale is Still
in Force
AT   ���������������������������������������������������������
te,
of
NOTICE   TO'   CONTRACTORS
H. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretai y.
Denartment of Public Works, Ot-
(.���' November 24, 1910.
S'ewBpapers will not be paid for
L|| advertisement if they insert it
iiihout authority from the Depart-
lent
8  and   29,
lots 1 and   ', block 6, sub-
oi'  lot   202,   group    1,   Port
block 6
division
Moody.
Vou and tliose claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
in  the  said   land   by  descent,  whose
containing  in  St.  Paul's
curiously enough. Father Conway answered it as readily as If It. had beea
the very first.
"It ls a limitation: of Christ," he explained. "He taught us self-denial, to
give up something on Friday because
He died on that day. Catholics abstain from eating meat on a Friday In
order to show the spirit of self-dental."
Proof  of the Soul.
"Prove the existence of the soul,"
was the next question! "It Is proved'
by its operation," answered Father
Conway. "There Is something within
a man which thinks. Judges, creates
and loves. His body does none of
these, so It must be the soul. We
judge the soul hy the fact that a mun
thinks and  wills."
"Did Jesus Christ insult the Virgin Mary?" I and! every hulf hour thereafter until II p. m.
"N'o.    No decent man would insult SUNDAY' SERVICE:
his own mother." ; Tririhs leave- New Westminster for Vancouver at 6,  7,  8- and  every
"Did the Virgin Mary have any otlh  hour until 11 p. m.
T. Gifford's
The Jeweler, Columbia St.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTlvriWJTEFr BRANCH.
Trartis leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50_ ti20,. 0>:50_ 7T:20' I
er children than JesusV
"The Catholic doctritie is 'No.''Mary'
Sealed tenders,, marked, on envelope "Tenders for construction of Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range," and addressed to the secretary of tiie Militia
Council, Headquarters,, Ottawa,, will
he received until noon, the 3rd day
of January, 1911, for tlie construction
of a Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Plans   and   specifications   may   be,
seen, and full information obtained at P09*5 t0 cremation?*"
the   offices   of   the   District     Office, j     "Simply because of its association
half
TENDERS.
5ALED
title is not registered under the pro- Commanding Military District No. 11, |There is nothing wrong about crema
| visions of the "Land Registry Act," Vi""'H" "��� '' ���'"> """'-�� -' '��������� """ l" " *'li li:" " ' ^'"''���'""���l wl"'
; are required to contest the claim of
the   tax   purchase    within    forty-five
TENDERS   addressed   to
,. signed, and endorsed  "Ten-  ,iayS from the date of the first public
���.siruction of two 180 cubic  atjon of this notlre upon V()|1   ,U1(1 fa
u:; ,��     .u  dump  scows  for  dredge   (iefau]t.   or   a  caveat  or  certificate of
k"   British   Columbia."   willing  pendens   being   Hied   within   such
jjtweived at this offlce until 4 p.m.,  period, or in default or redemption be-
-���      December  9,   1910,  for   the fore registration, you and eacft of yon
tlon of the scows mentioned, j wm   forever   estopped   and   debarred
I na   nd specification and form of from setting up any claim to or In re-
������-: may   be   procured   at   the   of-  speet of the said land, and I shall reg-
Victoria,   B.   C,  the  Director  of   Fn
flneer    Services,,   Headquarters,    Ottawa,    and tlie 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
cent of the amount of the tender, payable  to the  order  of  the   Honourable
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDUt-E:
Express car* leave' New  Westminster for Vancouuver a* 7:20 ��. mi, W!r20
was a virgin before, during and after I a. m., and'3". 20 p. m.
the birth of Christ." CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
Opposed to   Cremation. . City.
"Why  Is  the Catholic church   op-12(Vminute service from t>:\*) a. ra. until  11:20'  p..
service  from  8  a. m.  unci!' 11:20' p.m.
Sapperton:
20-minute service from C:10 a. m. until 11:30 p.
aervlce fiom 8:li() a. m. until   11:30p. m.
HULL)   ISLAND;   KBURN5-W���ST1*IN3TER:   BRANC'.L,'.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K ami'evory hour there-
connecting at Eburne- Jhuotibm *r StevaetDni
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
mi     Sunday���2D-mlnot��8
m,     Sundaj���20 minutes
tibn In itself, but lt is*
the Unbelief society which is historical lu Italy, France, England aud America.    It has been the Christian cus-1 4fter up to 11 p. m.,
torn to bury the dead from the very
.    '   Ml
'���.'-
:���
hrsi
H.  A.  Bayfield, superln-
uf   Dredges,   New   Westmln-
C.,   where   form   of contract
o be seen.
specifications and form of
may also be seen and forms
r obtained at the offlce of
Henderson, resident archl-
toria,  B.  C. and at the  De-
of   Public   Works,  Ottawa.
a tendering are notified that
vill not he considered unless
the printed  forms supplied,
ister J. P. Hampton Bole as owner
thereof in fee. And 1 hereby order
that publication of this notice for.
thirty days in a daily newspaper published in New Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Hand Resistry Office.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of November, A. I)., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar.
the  Minister of. Militia ami  Defence;.;1,ooks in order t0 safeguard Catholics ,
which amount will he forfeited if the i from wickedness.   We ban such books
party tendering decline to enter into \t__\  on  the  SilTn(>  Prin��lW*   as
a   contract,  in   accordance   with   th*l *&**��� prohibits tKe
beginning." (Trains ifeave N',*w Westminster for Vancouver at
"Why are Catholics.prevented from.( hour thereafter up to II p. m.
reading   certain   books,   such   as   Vol-   NEW     WESTWINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
tiafteand Ingersoll?" |To AblKitsford only���Leave New Westminster I: l��p. m.
"The Catholic chivch prolu lilts such  To chHliWack���lbave Mfw Westminster 9 a. m. an* fl p. n*
��i mi oad'  evei?   half
tender
erature.
tint
lie o�� olsscene HttJ
There  are   too  many   good',
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
lttera-
The Department does not bind itself i n,,raks- novels  blOyraphles or
to accept the lowest, or any tender.    ��'r* of "W klnd- fvor "��� lo rea(V,for a
EUGENE   F1SET        hundred years rather than waste our
Colonel I time reading things unfit, fur a Chris-
Depurv   Minister of Militia and  De^!����� Wf to see.    That is the CathoUc
fence.    (H. Q. 18-115-2.) brtaciple ot^��lnd��.
Department of Militia and Defence,' wh'Jt Sa,oons l'a
Otiawa,  1st  December,  1910.
N'cwspai ers will nor be paid for thiis
To James Hograth, Robert McEweii,; a(lvei.tl,emf.nr  if they  insert it. with-!
01
M ���
B D
���.   ���
���  .
������
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
out  authority   fYom  the  Department.
SHERIFF*3" SALE OF CEDAR POLES j
ed   with   their   actual   signa-1 Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey
rating   their   occuptions   aud
I   residence   of   each   member
:   in  must  be  given,
lender must be accompanied
���..���cepted cheque on a charter-,
pavable to the order of the of Vancouver, B. C.. occupationihuiM-
Me'the   Minister   of   Public j er  intends to apply for permission to
equal to ten per cent   110) of purchase
.ant of the tender, which will,bin^s-
Ited   R  the   person  tendering
line to  enter  Into  contract
���n to do so, or fail to com
.   work contracted for.    If^the; more or ^ or
e   not   accepted   the   cheque  __  Mtnav   . nkp   thence casf   fin
���Dl be icturned.
By Order,
R. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary. jJjJJJjJJ^ "n)0re or ]eaSi thence west 40   butt, from 50 to 65 feet long.
Department   of   Public   Works.   Ot-.rh'itIn'' more or less, to the place of of sate cash.
tiwa, November 1*>.  1910. | commencement.
Newspapera  will  not be  paid   for, JAMES   DAVIS
till   rlvertisetnent  if  they   Insert  it
*"    ���   authority   from   the   depart-
"What view do the 'Catholics take
im regard to the saloons?" was an-
osber's questioa.
"The Catholic doctrine;is clear," answered Father Conway. "There is
nothing immoral about dtinkirg liquor or selliUK it, but it may, and often times is. becomes iuisource A sin
  i'aad   damnation   of many souls.    Our
Under and by virtue-ofi a. warrant <af|: friend  can  condemn   bud  saloons as
execution    against    the    goods    and jmuch as he pleases, and Catholics will
chattel . of the North Star Pule company, at the suit ni Frank Wlllensy I
will sell at the North Star Pole- company* camp. Royal! Oak road, Burnaby, on Monday,, the nltiereenth, day
of Decwnher,. 1910, at tea o'clock in
the forenoon, the following or sufficient thereof ti> satisfy the judgment
and costs herein. One hundred and
more or less, thence west 40.eighty-six cedar poles about 14 inches
more or less, tlience north 40  at top, and about eighteen tnches   at
tlie     following     described
Commencing at a post marked  "J.
whenin-    Smith.      S.      W.      corner,"     at
the   northwest   corner    of    pre-emp-
Uon,      No.      2951.      thence      north
I near   Saklnaw   Lake,  thence  cast
chains more or less, tnence south 8����
\ chains
! chains
Terms
SMITH.
New Westminster. Octohpr 20, 191C.
TOHN FERDINAND BAOGS. Aeent
TENDERS.
COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
T. J. ARMSTRONG. SherifT.
December 12th, H��I��.
Peetpeaement.
The above sale Is hereby postponed
itetil January 3rd, 1911. at the same
time and place.
T. J. ARMSTRONG. SherifT.
'say 'Amen.'
"Do Catlvflics hato Protestants?"
"No, we do not.    We love the doc-(
trine of Christ, who -said, 'Lo^�� every -J
man.'   We  teach  them  to  love their
neighbors. Protestant, Jew or Pagam!
It is true-tthere Is often bitterness, bit
that is caused by politics."
What   Ntans   Do.
"Are nuns wicked?"
"Go n��t door." replied Ftother Can- j
way, "and watch them taking carer ot |
the old men and women���the deaf,
dumb and blind. If you ��et to know '���
how tjiese womf��. devote* their ��Aole !
lives *> such work, you won't ask if i
thev  ere wickrsl."
didn't.     Christ    writfe   the ;
ATTENTION!
Dotkt fall to, investigate thiR iwopositioTn Tidrt*<��n acres fronting
on the Clark nwd, Coqnltlam, 'itio Stave Ud:w Fewer Company line
runs tarough iiortihn ol the property. Tin* fa otie of the best buys
to be found Iti Coqultliam. Priiis IPO0 ]***r arrws. termiw. one-third
oasli, balance 6..12 anU IH monahs at. 7 ner, rent. Cmtieresn.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.   H.   McCormick   M*a***$k*T linns T-Jstate Department.
461   ��OLUM��IA STRtEET. l*HONE 669.
HEW WeSTMINSflfR, B. C.
  Take notice that I, William Robert
BEALED   TENDERS   addressed to D[ck   of  Vancouver.  B.C., occupation I
The Secretary, Department of Indian rea, 'estate dealer. Intend to apply for
Affairs,  Ottawa,  nnd   marked   on  the permi88t0n to lease 200 acres of land
envelope, "Tender for Alert Bay Girls'. boun(je(i as follows
Home," will  be received
December  30.  1910,  for th
Commencing st
"Why
Bib! It?"
"His metho'l of teau-flipg wi* oral,.-:
andj that has been thn best way men
have learned, things trom  th_ beglnr
nl�� of time,.Christ taught tt* people
in. the living, voice,"
-Whv ar<�� there tm many hrnnehes
Tenders are  invited  for the ^erec-! ^       q^^ church
UieBjm
.11 proves
CHRISTMA5> GOODS
We ase daily openln* up new- goods s��,l are allowing the largest
line of WATCHES, JK'IfBLRY.ese., ever exhibited In New Westminster.
Now i.   the tdine to. vhoose tha a rtlcle for an Xmas present.
We will put. gooda anray for yni untU you want them.
Call and examine our stock aov , when It Is complete.
NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS
Agents ter Howart, Ball and Longine Watches.
THE
jrWCLCR
aaaaefiSassii e eeeeeei
Chamb^rlin's
' ��*eeeeee*ee*ee��<
up to noon I t planted at the east side of the  ton Md completion ot new warehouse      ���They alJ agree j^ tjoldln* t
he  erection !^x'treme h^.ld of the north    arm    of  for Kelly. Douglaa & Co., Ltd., v an'! <0Ctrlne9 re8tia taughu    It. al
,U' h,Un   "' '*'" ' " SISaM- LAND DISTRICT RANGE ^Westminster, or at Kelly, Do,,.a,
W. E   _
'��� ��� in  Agencies, Victoria, and  W.
���    Indian' Agent, Alert Bay-
that I. William Robert
ce Vancouver.
Sealed tenders to be delivered not
later  than  noon. December  20,  |M0,
offlces of Gardiner & Gardiner.
rest    or    any    tender
accepted.
���i . i~���        "~-~ j greatest   ��ystery
ION   OF   THE   CITY   OF ! truth of the church.
WESTMINSTER. \
the penalty,
God.'"
Greatest   Mlyatery..
Tie    sermon     was    presac.ed     by
. I Father QUlfe who dealt with the ��n-
trleate   subject of   "The   Re.t  Pres-
i ence,"   which    he described    a a the
snd  the suhUmest
q ie wlll be returned.   In the event
of  acceptance   of   tender  the  cheque
*l '��� be held until    the   contract
tti !. when It will be returned.
The successful tenderer will be required to furnish  a bond in  satisfa.:-
tory sureties for a sum equal to the
I  of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The unauthorized Insertion of tlm
advertisement ln any newspaper will
f" he paid for.
J.  D.  McLEAN,
Secretary
Department of Indian Affairs,
Ottawa, October  2fi, 1910.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
���hains. thence
100    chains,    thence
east
.'..alLloV^'^'-mmencement^ur.
pose
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
i. . r Wh. 1"10
for which It IS requii'"!   ���:'^r?'
ing.
n.itpd Seotemt
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice re Water Rates.
hy order o f the <o (lliarterly ,
fT.r ratrwm become one'rat.ve
^Sft rer cent,  discount!
11      ! ���   "rom   accounts
"The  ctiesttom of 'How can Jesus ,
'fcave gi��en Hts, flesh to U. to eat?'"
B# Survey  of City. J he said, "has heen asked by non-Cat fc- ;
Property owners Intending to erect | eltce ter hundreds of years.   Catholics ,
stone o    concrete houndary walls, or j never a*k how about Gods won ers.
See.   should refrain fro* doing so j They always said 'Amen' to what Je-
unttl the re-survey of the rity Is com-; su* ��li!
What About That
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
i
Wed
ave a
full   line
If Catholics are guilty of Idolatry
L^kl"t^w'^alto^^��*i���� fhls m��"er'" he ^nchrded'they
S��� -nouid the existing bound-   are  guilty  with  the  whole Christen-
plete, as there Is no provision In the
pensatlon should the ox
i arles prove Inaccurate.
W.   A.
dom for the last 1900 years.    Christ
DUNCAN.      Is  the   best  and  surest   teacher   of
City Clerk,  faith who ever came Into this world.
ritv Hall   November 24   1910. i It la not likely t>>st He would speak a
1 doctrine which for-so many years
would make His jieople misunderstand Him."
paid
lontli
I.e., January, April,
Wl'!   ^   alUwhl'of  the  Br��t   mont,,
Re the Northwest quarter of Section 21, Township 4, in the District ot
New Westminster.
Title number 13999A, Issued In the
name of Peter Henderson, has been
n:,>l In this offlce.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall.
'������* the expiration of one month from
the date ot the flrst publication here-
durin.   the
���f each quarter
After   "'�� .     dea,t wtth
'''lftrter,Hre��'w rh VVater By-law to
in accordance wwn     DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
December fi, Wi
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders wlll be asked for all car
pentry work and material ae per,
specifications on the Bank of Commerce building, New Westminster, up
to December 21. 1910. Plans, specifications and details can be seen room
9, Windsor hotel, or applying to W.
H. Cawston, Windsor hotel. Lowest
or any tender not necceasarily accept-
W. H. CAWSTON.
New Westminster, December 16,1910.
TACOMA
PEOPLE
ANXIOUS TO TREAT
Tacoma, Dec. 19.���Tacoma's antl-
treating ordinance did not take effect
today owing to tie fact that petitions
have been filed bearing nearly 4000
signatures asking for a referendum
election. This election must be held
within ninety days unless the city
commissioners repeal the ordinance,
ls ratified and enforced.
of Rogers Bros.   1847
sn
verware, also
lso a full
Selection of nigh grade
Carvers, Cutlery  ami
	
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
i ���>.���.
Mpsweaas
**m page -rnwrr.
/
WT
5   !
i\
i
1
'���        '
Brass
See*our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what \you are looking
for. Wou should cer-
tsirily see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before I buying elsewhere.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER
News
The board of license commissioners were practically ont of danger
tS   tomorrow   penning -
sits tomorrow evening.
Sam Giles, of Mission, formerly
New   Westminster
the city yesterdaj-. ^^^^^^^^
She would appreciate a pair
those nice slippers that Sinclair
showing. '
______  ���_..   Most
of the boats which did not have regit
I lar trips to make remained tied up at
0 (the wharves  as  navigation  was  cer-
was  a   \Isitor  lnjtainIv perilous to anyone not well acquainted with the river.    One or two
of
is
Dry wood for sale.   Walsh Sash and
Door factory.    Phone 413.' **
Anderson
COLUMBIA'STREET.
tug boats ventured out and managed
to escape accident by keeping their
fog  horns  going continuously.
It was decided at a recent meeting
of the Ministerial association that the
I following exchange of pulpits will be
J. M. McDonald and family leave to* mnAe in the city and Sapperton, as is
day   for  California,   where  tliey   will  the usual custom, on the second Sun-
spend a month visiting friends. day in the new years:    Morning ser
,.        .    T     ,, ���               ..,_    m,, ��� A   vice,  Knox Presbyterian church, Sap
Mrs. A. L.  McQuarrie. W    Third Rr Meil\0iUlst
avenue,  will   not  receive again   until. rhllrcf.   Sappert011i Rev. E. G. Thomp-
spring.                                                       Si011.   gt   Andrew's Presbyterian, Rev.
C.     W.     Brown;      Queens     Avenue
Methodist, Rev. J. S. Henderson;  Re-
IThose who are desirous of
obtaining Thc Best in
Business   Training
attend the "Modern."
Enroll "new,-no need to wait until
the New Year.
Day amd'evening sessions.
D. J. McRae, of Agassiz. was a visi
tor in the city yesterday. He register
ed at the Russell.
formed Episcopal, Rev. F. S. O'Kell,
^^^^^^^^^       ( .   ,.. i Olivet Baptist church, Rev. McKinley;
A few choice lots close to Second j West Methodist church, Rev. A. deB.
street, $300 cash.   Reid, Curtis & Dor-  Owen;   Free   Methodist   church,   Rev.
gan, 70H Columbia street. **    I A. F. Baker.
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
'A.*.L."BOUCK, Principal.
I
Xmas Gifts
It will pay you
t�� get our prices
on CASED CARVERS and
CUITURY before
buying elsewhere. The
���quality is the
highest and our
prices the lowest
ft
James &
McClughan
Cor. Sixth and
Fro it Sts.
Tlie Crystal moving picture theatre
has changed hands, the consideration
being in the neighborhood of $2500.
Workmen are making some slight
alterations to the interior of the
Hotel Russell.
The council will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, December L'7, when
Mayor Lee will probably be back.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Averill, 52.
' Sixth street,  leave  this  morning for
California, where they will spend the
Christmas holidays.
J. P. Hampton Bole, who recently
sat for his final law examination in
Victoria, passed successfully and will
be called to the bar in a few days.
For ladies and gentlemen. Doctor
Jaeger's pure wool slippers and Labrador sealskin moccasins. Sold only by
Sinclair. **
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.   Phone 761. **
A meeting for the purpose of discussing Burnaby municipal politics
will be held at eight o'clock this evening in George Leaf's store.
Barney Hanson, of Blaine, has been
handed $50 by John Oliver. Barney
earned the money by grubbing one of
Uie men who relieved John of his wad
and a gold watch.
Ladies, buy him something useful.
He would appreciate a pair of those
genuine Labrador sealskin moccasins
or a pair of Doctor Jaeger's tine wool
flippers. Sold only by W. li Sinclair.
\ A substantial Christinas present.
Buy the wife or the boy a lot at Ed-
I monds, where you have all city ad-
I vantages, with suburban enjoyments.
IA first payment of $>0 will serine
ione.     See Walker    Bros-,    Edmonds,
about the ma.ter. **
Harney   Hadden,  of North  Vancouver, has applied for a water record of
I one cubic foot  to be taken  from  an
I unnamed  creek   flowing   through   lot
762.    The water is to    be    used   /n>r
domestic purposes.
Four B. C. E. R. cars are in the repairers' hands today as a result of
two rear-end collisions yesterday afternoon, one at Central park and the
other at Edmonds Junction. Only one
car was badly damaged, the heavy fog
being responsible for the smashups.
No one was hurt.
How About
Tkat Dress Suit ?
Too   Smail   for  You   Wow?
Yes, I thought so. Well; it
has served ite day. Get a new
one. lt.will lie goof for another
ten years. Aitchlson has all
the latest. Ideas frcm both sides
of the AHantlc. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual, advantage.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, 6ewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
of
Big   reductions   in   many   line-
goods   at   Morey's.    Come  along  an.l
looU over our immense stock of Toys,
Dolls,   Fancy   Goods.    Books,    Bibles,
Crockery, China and Glassware. You'll j
enjoy yourself at Morey's. **     j
Twenty per cent, discount this week
on   violins,  mandolins,    guitars    andj
iianjos.   Pianos $275 up tills week.   J. !
H.  Todd's music  house.    Open  evenings. **
Two of the new suburban type of
cars, with wliich it is intende 1 to replace the present intjemrhan type ln
.use between this city and Vancouver,
are now ready for use. They have
been tried out, and will probably go
in commission tomorrow. The remainder of these cars will be placed
nn the road as fast as tliey are completed.
In spite of the heavy fog which
1 hung over the river yesterday, tbe
regular boats made their usual trips.
I The Heaver went up; the Paystreak
I came down and the Transfer nrtde it
I usual afternoon trip to Ladner. The
fog up the river waa not nearly so
thick as it was in the city and when
the boats had cleared tbe bridge tliey
^*\^L*\m
We have just received a large
shipment of
Jap Oranges ,
Selling them at
50c per box.
Fresh supplies of
Nuts, Cooking and
Table Raisins and
Fresh Dates.
Buy now and avoid !
the rush.
Our Turkeys
will soon be here.
ORDER NOW.
Small Articles  ^^^
of Great Importance
So many small articles of
genuine worth are here that
gift searchers will do well
to bear in mind this list.
Silver and Gold Plated
Souvenir Spoons���New Westminster and other engravings;    guaranteed un tarnish-
able.   Each  50c
Rhinestone Hat Pins���Set
with brilliants and colored
stones, all  sizes.    Each   50c
to    $2.50
Hand Painted Sash Pins���In
oval shape with various
hand  painted  floral  designs.
Each  75c to $1.50
Maple Leaf Pins and Buckles and other emblem pins,
sash buckles, brooches, belt
buckles;  all sizes. Each  10c
to $1.00
"Baby" Pins ��� "Pet" pins,
"Darling," etc., in gold finish. Each  5c and 10c
Pearl Cuff Links���For men
and women; also gold plated
links in various designs. Per
pair  25c to 75o
Fancy Collar Supporters���In
celluloid, gold plated, in new
designs.    Per set 25c to 35c
Attractive Evening
Gowns
$15.00 to $45.00.
What' nicer to give for a
Christmas gift than one of
these handsome evening-
dresses; all ready for immediate wear. They are attractively trimmed and the
designs are favored by every
woman who sees them. They
are in tine nets, silks and
chiffon and the range of
colors shown contains all
the shades foremost In demand for evening wear: all
sizes.    Each  $15,00 to $45.00
Handsome Evening
Cloaks
$22.50 to $32.50.
In these evening cloaks is
used the best German cloths,
shrunk and unspottable.
They are all tailored garments, lined throughout with
silk and each garment is interlined and wadded so that
they will provide the necessary warmth when being
worn. All nicely trimmed,
some with white fur collars,
others with frogs and braids.
Colors, grey, salmon, cerise,
mauve and cardinal.
Silks and Ice wool
Scarves
Auto        Scarves,       p.. ,
Scarves and I.A  -     en,n9
'���' splendid
AM styles here in $~~
range.^^^^~
���ce  Wool   Scarves-
nnd  cream.  54 to 80
long,
New Dresdon Ribbons   _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M
A new shipment per parcel post just to hand enables us to make a
splendid showing of these popular ribbons now so much in deinan I
for fancy work or dress use. The showing contains ribbons I'.'-i to
ti>�� inches wide, light and dark colors, in a splendid range of similes.
Per yard 30c to 50c
Hundreds of Remnants of Ribbons
In the remnant baskets are hundreds of ends of plain and fancy ribbons in all widths. They bear substantial reductions In order that
we may clear out the ends left from the  season's selling.
Buy Your Christmas Parcel Ribbons by the\Piece
Pieces of holly ribbon, Christmas greeting, violet ribbon, and green
and cardinal striped ribbon; also plain ribbons In all narrow widths
and colors.    Pieces from   25c to 75c
Net and Lace Waists, $2.95 to $5.50.
Xet and lace waists liave never been as popular
present time.
W'e have received a splendid line in white cream and ecru net waists,
also a large assortment of waists" in all over nets. These waists are
all lined with China silk and nicely trimmed with Guipure insert! ms,
many with heavy lace yokes, shown with long or short sleeves; Bizei
32  to 42.     Each' $2.95 to $5.50
Battenburg Lace Waists, $6.75 and $7.00.
.Made in Belgium entirely by hand, lined or net foundations: very
pretty designs in black, navy, reseda. Save, grey and old rose.
Kach ! $6.75 and $7.09
-''i  white
,.,  _ ********** ���������  built .
Each1.2.40241*   rf
 /bc  to $2.00
Silk Lace Scarves���1��� ��i
����*��* cream, ����,"ft
ted with fringed end. VX
Bhown with frilled edg, , Z
ends; all sizes. Eacli   $S
��   $2.50
Silk and Chiffon Scarves-
In white. cream, Kre,
mauve, old rose, sk> ���__
champagne, green, ��� '
brown, cardinal, etc, .hera
is such wide variety in these
scarves thai It is Impossible
to describe them here \n
sizes.     Prices    range,    each
*100  t0 $4.50
Spangled Chiffon Scarves-
Heavy silk chiffon wi!,,
spangles of gold or silver
and edged with satin ribbon
Kacl1    $3.50
Knitted Wool Scarves Vary.
lng in size from 6x36 Inches
to lKxTL' inches, with knot-
ted fringe ends, fam ) ,\,-
signs.    Kach   35c to $2.50
Monarch Mufflers ��� otherwise known as the Bradley
muffler, made with plain or
shaped back, ami dome fastening at front. Kach .      50:
as they are at  the
Satin Finished Silk
waists,$4.50 to $8.50
Waists    of   such    materials
as Mervellleux,    Messallnajj
Paillettes   are   vet")   poi
In our new Christmas Bhow-
ing    are    waists    in    white,
cream, black,   navy,   green,
old  rose, brown, cl am)
cardinal, etc.    Om   showing
also contains a Iarj    range
of  colorings   in   rl.it:. n, tal
teia waists, all colors, Taken
altogether you will find here
an unusually large   display
These   suggestions  may  aid
you In choosing a Christmas
gift for mother,    sister   01
wife.
Do Your Shopping
EARLY
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
For all kinds of
iJOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
! The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. F. M. Dominy, Pro.
! near The Dally News Co., fiOD Victoria
I Street.
sm YOUR XMAS PIANO NoE
:
t
'
1
j
; j i.
LO-
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
for the Holiday Trade
All Prices.     ; All Sizes.
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Good Buys
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
J        NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
I Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
we will hold
il for you un
til   Christ
mas.     Large  st,
to choose  from.
W,
Qerrhard Heintzman, Doml
hm and
Doherh
Wc
Victor  and   Kdlson   Talkim
Machines, Sheet .Music. Sett
'���ik   Machine
etc.
Bai
**"���*':
Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
I Price $850.00, Terms
| Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Term*
��� 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.     ,$500.00 each, Terms
See us about Port   Mann
CLOICE ACRFAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACHE PARCELS ,
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
I  ..-   - ������
Payments  If desired.
PIANOS, $275 UP THIS WEEK j
9 JL7&SP'8 M��sic House   I
Phone 694 I
419 Columbia Street
OPEN
EVENINGS
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $(1,200,000
Reserve         fi,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches
extending In Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cub.',
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 in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARD60N, Mgr.
for Today's Din-
' a nice roast of
cken or anything- else
You can sure get it at
MARKET
New Westminster

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