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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,MI,; B) NUMBER 257.
v       DEC    G 19ld
TYPEWRITERS
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indard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NBVV  WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1910.
SEEN ABOVfjnv
CITY THREATENED
,����\
��%**
"<.""
ho Men, Positive They Saw
Lights Of Airship, Find
Doubters Everywhere.
,���.,,,��� alrship cleave the nir abou
KLSSiS on Friday evening ?
���Tu*M> forc,nlin   of   James
���   Lham's plumbing    department.
���^.Petersen, a tailor whose shop
ul,'the Royal bank and the Liver-
15 Arms, answer
BY store famine
Expansion Of Some Businesses Causes Others To
Hunt For New Quarters.
else
kln'touet.
Brtrybody
[m Missouri.
Messrs. Ramsay
hrsaw
the
Yes" in no uncer-
in    the   city balls
and Petersen insist
bead and tail II. hts of
high    above    the
vin.   .whine,
sser river and bending towards tbe'
about  eight   o'clock  on   Friday'
kfliiup- '""' ma('',ino was travelling
I j (list clip and  tbe    lights    were!
T|. risible tor a short time.
The unheralded appearance of   an
.oplaiie   in Hie    air    currents    of
litish Columbia provided    exeellent j
ateriai   for   conversation.      Unfor-
inately   for   the     men     privileged
oougli   to catch    a glimpse    of thej
erinl visitor, everybody   who   heard j
ie story belonged to the "Show Me"|
liss. Some of tbe men who listened
the description of  bead  and  tail \
HhU floating out  towards  tbo Gulf
Georgia made    exceedingly    rude'
kunmeiits.   Nobody    seemed    at   all
Lious in believe the tale.
[piqued at these doubts cast on tlieir j
jeradty, the liighor critics derided to I
|eej their own   counsel   and   forget j
nut the aeroplane.    But the story
ad spreaii and on Saturday both men'
Iks subjected  to considerable good ..
Mured Joshing  on   the  subject.     In! s 3
plte ot ii all tliey still declare tliey
[i the lights of tbe machine   and i
Bid not possibly be mistaken,
[flat an airship could pnss over tbis
Kt bo early in the evening and    be
no oal; bj a couple of men   is ex-'
mety doubtful.    l*p to the time of
IoIdp H) press, sixty hours after the !
\:���������        crafl is said to have pass-j
j this town, no word has been    ve-
tived of an aeroplane landing nny-l
here rn this coast.    No report    has
rted here   of   a   flying   machine
Hutu: in this direction from inland.
idurini: the past   week.
iere Is a mpn named Arnold liv-,
J III    Igary who is reported to be.
���, of an airship of his own
lotion which   Sid   claims   is   far
lor to ftny other,    lie pretends
Btave flown as far as Portland some'
booths ago and to have made a num-
I shorter journeys.
At the time reports were received
fmMedl in�� Hat, Lethbridge, Moose
FEW CHANGES IN
BRITISH ELECTION
First Day's Polling Shows
Result Is Hard To Forecast��� Bonar Law Defeated
MIKADO ANXIOUS
TO AVOID FRICTION
Japanese Denied Passports
To America���Emigrants
Must Have Guarantee.
i* and other Alberta cities of my8*  p0lnt to a severe store
Prom present indications it would
seem that a building boom in the
present Indications it would seem that
business centre Of New Westminster
will soon have to develop to accom-
mldate the old established commercial
Minis without any regard to tho new
ones that are sure to come in.
At the present time there are a
dozen old established linns on the
main street which have received
notices to vacate the premises in
which their business are situated to
make room for contemplated expansion by other lirms.
C. S. Richmond, the clothier, and T.
Qlfford, the jeweler, must both vacate
their premises to allow T. J. Trapp to
extend his hardware Btore. Further
up the straet \V. E. Sinclair must give
way before tbe needs of \V. S. Collister & Co., who are contemplating extensive additions to tlieir store in the
spring.
Alderman J. J. Johnston and McQuarrie Bros, liave to leave their
offices for a reason not yet made public, but it is rumored that the Intention of the owners is to provide a
Columbia street entrance to tbe new
building which is going up on the
corner of Carnarvon and Sixth streets.
At the corner of Begbie and Columbia streets, J. Q, Qamon'a cigar store,
J. H. Diamond's barber shop, the
Candy store and Crake's, jewelry
store will all have to find other prem-
as the Westminster Trust company intends starting almost at once i
ou the construction of a building.
Across the road several small businesses will liave to find other quarters or go out of business on account
of the new tram station for wliich the
contract  bus  been  let  by   the   B,  C.
E. R.
Of all these businesses of course
some may be able to find berths ia
some of the new buildings being
erected, but even at that tbere is not
enough space to go around and it
would seem that the business district
would have to suddenly expand either
cast or west.
C.i   ti.e   north side   of the   street
there is now only one vacant lot, just
west of the King's hotel and with the
completion of the new Canadian Bank
of Commerce there will be very lftt'.S
breathing space on the south sldfe.
I    As none of the men. ftffcct&d by the
removal notices nave actually had ta
: leave vet the situation has not becom
| acute," but  in  the  spring   indicati ns
famine w'aich
London, Dec. 4.���Including tliose
unopposed, 125 membeis have been
elected to the new parliament at the
close of yesterday's polling.
The standing of the parties is now.
Government coalition���Liberals, 51;
Libor, 7; Irish Nationalists, 5���total,
63.
Opposition���Unionists, 62.
The Unionists gained seven seats,
six from the Liberals���Salford
(South), Ashton-under-Lyne, Warrington. King's Lynn and Grimsby���
and oue from the Laboritles���Wigan.
The Liberals won four seats from
the Unionists���Manchester I Southwest), Rochester, the Beckham division of Camerwell and Kxeter; so that
the gain >of the Unionists Is three
seats net.
This result is not quite up to the expectations of the Unionists, but at
that, if the current continues to run
in their favor the government will
be placed in a very awkward position, and in all probability will resign.
No    Manchester   "Lead."
Neither party received the lead
from London and Manchester that it
desired, although on the whole the
government came off best, since it
succeeded in holding the northwest
division of Manchester against A. Bonar Law, one of the chief exponents
of tariff reform, who was greatly assisted in his campaign by Mr. Balfour's pledge to submit the question
of protection to a referendum.
The Unionists reported the return
Of a majority of Unionists free trad-
ers, of whom there are many in Man-|
cluster,   to   their   party,     ln   London
the Liberals held their own and a little more.
Captain   Norton.  Dr.  T.  B.   MacNa-
mara and C. F. G. Masterman, junior
Tokyo, Dec. 4.���The government of
Japan is and has been for a consiJer-
able time voluntarily enforcing an
exclusion act which is more rigid aud
thorough thaa any congress would
pass, and at tbe same time free from
the many  unpleasant  possibilities, if
CANADIAN SCHEME
PLEASES BRIAND
French Premier Plans Law
Modelled After. Lemieux
Conciliation Act.
Paris, Dec. 4.���M. Briand intimated
in the chamber the other day that he
would shortly deal with the different
suggestion tor preventing a stoppage,
of work in the public services, lt ia
stated today that the premier has in
view  a  modification  of the    present
PRICE FIVE CENT8.
ESCAPED PRISONERS
CAUGHT AT MISSION
Jail Once More Shelters Cunningham and Wilson���Men
Were Tired And Hungry.
not probabilities, which such un   act   legislation  on  the  railway  laws  and
would create.
Very few people either in America | drawn
or in Japan appreciate the full extent
of what the government of Japan ls
doing to avoid friction over the immigration question, for it is all done
quietly, but firmly.
The Japanese people will submit to
any regulations which their own government imposes upon them, but
would resent an exclusion act, if passed by congress. What Japan is doing
voluntarily is merely a precaution to
prevent an alternative wliich would
be not only objectionable and humiliating, but which the entire country
would resent as an insult.
For a considerable time no new
emigrants have been permitted to
leave for the United States. An immense amount of work has been
thrust upon the foreign office in
thorough and searching investigations as regards each and every
passport issued.
Strictness Shown.
It is a common occurrence here to
hear almost daily of refusals of passports to young men who want to go
to America.    The governments of the
prefectures, forty-two in number, are
permitted to issue    passports.    With
the United States the issuing of passports is now restricted to four offices
���Yokohama, Kobe, Nagasaki and the
foreign office.    Further than this, no
, passports are allowed to be issued at
Kobe, Yokohama or Nagasaki without
I first having gone through the foreign
arbitration!   M. Briand has, it 6eems,
._    up  a  scheme   which   will    be
' submitted to the next cabinet council. Meanwhile ministers are discussing the questions involved.
The law relating to arbitration
and conciliation will create permanent
councils of conciliation between employes an.l managers, it will be based
on tbe Canadian scheme.
The government, however, forsees
cases where, in spite of conciliation
and arbitration, there might be a
cessation of work all the same. The
proposals for insuring the continuity
of the public services, notwithstanding the strike, will distinguish among
the services tliose which, like the
railways, concerned the national defence, and those which, not possessing this character, concern the life
and security of the nation.
CRUELTY TO  RECRUITS
GERMAN ARMY VOGUE
Brief was tbe term of liberty enjoyed by Cunningham and Wilson, the
two pilsoners who escaped from tlie
provincial Jail on Friday, neither was
it very enjoyable, judging from the
condition they were in when Provincial Constable Gammon, of Mission
City, arrested them near the depot at
that place yesterday morning. Tbe
runaways still wore prison garb, but
had succeeded in obtaining oilskin
coats and hats, and one of them had
a pair of boots, wliich they probably
collected from the unwitting donators
at some railroad camp en route. They
had apparently been unable to secure
any food, and but little sleep, as when
captured they were both tired and
hungry. It was evidently their intention to make their final getaway
on some freight train or blind baggage when the arm of the law intervened.
The prisoners were brought to the
city yesterday, arriving about two
o'clock, and were lodged in the jail
to await trial.
More Precautions.
In the meantime some precautions
are being taken at the jail to prevent
a recurrence. The guard on duty in
the yard at tlie time of the escape is
a newcomer, having only been about
a month at this work, ln future, only
experienced guards will be entrusted
with the duty of watching the prisoners at exercise.
As tbere is only one officer in the
yard with forty or firty prisoners he
has need of  all his wits, and    even
BERLIN, Dec. 4.���-Cruelty to recruits by non-commissioned officers is
one of the features of German army
life that induces many lads of the
Fatherland to emigrate. Gross cases
of this kind are continually    coming 1
up before court martials, and one of I then it may be questioned if one man,
the worst has   just   been   heard   at  however capable, is fit to perform the
Glogau, wheie Sergt. Stanislaus Llvlt- task efficiently.
zki,  of the  151th infantry, was  sent- Sentry Not Armed,
enced to six weeks' imprisonment for Further, while all the other officers
292 acts ot cruelty on soldiers under I are armed, it is not considered ex-
bis charge. I pedlent to permit the lone sentry to
It appears tbat Llvitzkl was in the I go heeled, as in   the   event
(Continued on Page Five)
PASTOR ANSWERS QUERY
"Sfl��t-fi&-TfrflW
(Continued on Page  Four.)
K^.
Kerious aerinl  visitants
Ws if tlie   morning.
in  the
Arno
e-irlv i l'1'"1 '"   _	
. .', I only the immediate erection of urge
1    laid |
He will
buildings can avert.
POLICE   CHIEF   RESIGNED.
Spanish
cl.-iim tn being tbe bird-man
* ci me  forward   with  a   story
N he flew over this city  Inst  Pri-
day.hut as his stories of previous ex-
Noits have not been taken seriously
Ills nol likely the local men who saw i    ^atoM
lit!::- awaj   up In  the sky  will  lin(1 j dents  today
Buch comfort  in his support. I demonstration against
Another theory which the News
Volunteers is that n young inventor
In Victoria, who lias spent several
months in building a flying machine
te refuses to fly, may have slipped
Off the earth for a few hours and paid
the mainland a flying visit.
" is onlv fair to mention thnt  Mr
Rev.  J.  S.   Henderson   Explains   Reasons Why P^Sple Should Attend
Divine Service.
Medical   Students   Win   Out
in   Their   Fight.
.  Dee. 4.���The medical   stu-
made   their   threatened
^_^^^ the police, who
had incited their Ire by charging the
students Wednesday night, when they
caused a riot at Teatro Novedades because they did not approve of certain
phases of plays presented there. A
'-"-'   ***���*   offlce   of   the
MECHANICAL MYSTERIES
LBMM6MSM
Henry Lewis, Attempting   to   Perfect
Impossible  Inventions,  Loses His
Mental Faculties.
_ ul,i,vu. s ..._.. ��� _^__  of   the
habit of beating young soldiers with \ prisoners  rising en masse and ovev-
the butt end of his   rifle,    punching , powering him, this would render them
them in tbe breast with his fists and  so much more formidable,
belaboring them with the flat of his j    The local officials feel that the sys-
sword on   the kneecaps    and    other j tem is not as good as it might be, and
parts of tlie body.    Me    also    boxed \ representations will probably be made
theiiNears,-pulled- tkeir hair- und occa-Mo tbe   anU'wittes*   whh   .   view ��� to
sionally dragged then over the floor I doubling  up  or otherwise  improving
with their heads downwards. I upon it.
His   treatment   led  to  one  soldier's j ^ ***********>^***\
of
it.
delegation   visited   tbe
chief of Police, who informed the stu-
______________________________________       dents that   be was alone  responsible
Ramsay does not indulge in alcoholic!. (lR, conduct of his subordinate*,
teks and that Mr. Petersen is a I , ��� t hk> WilS willing to submit ms
teetotlar, resignation.    This settlement  of   the
  I    i; satisfied the    students,   who.
GREAT   HIGHWAY    rKOM | ".,      ���10   resignation   was  drawn   up
PACIFIC   TO   WINNIPEG"       *j  carrled it to the minister
'  _,,      'of une interior tor bis acceptance-
victoria, Dec. 4.���That lion. Thom-
"Tsyloi will have the sympathy and
Practical assistance of the provincial
gOTer
*��n aa	
Be construction of a great Inter-prov-
lnclal
��� .   	
evidenced by the heartiness of there
il!i'" '���   Ich have recently been   re-1
celved u the provincial works minister form the gentlemen administer-
���8 similar departments In three sis-
ter orovlnees Interested.    The co-operation of each  It    is  now   virtually
'''"��������� 'in wlll be readily extended.   Letters have  been   received   from   Hon.
R' Ro.ers, or the Manitoba   govern-
menl umi Hon. Walter Scott, premier
��� Saskatchewan promising co-epera-j
'on.  Premier sifton of Alberta prov-
""c' promises consideration.
i.u assistance oi   mo  i" *>* *���****������ i nriTII
r; .���_,,*":?,, SSffS!SPECTACULAR DEATH
BF RUNAWAY HORSE
trunk   highway  from   the   Pa-
1 ard through to Winnipeg is
Frightened  Mare
Street, Slides
Dashes Down Sixth
Across Columbia
,nd Crashes Into Engine.
"What is the use anyway of my going    to    church,''    was the   question
which the Rev. J. S. Henderson undertook to answer to the congregation of
St. Andrew's Presbyterian church last
evening. This was a question, be said,
which    was    often    asked.    Possibly
many of the audience   then   present
had asked it on some occasion when
they were suffering    from    a    slight
headache, or a backache, or an attack
of Morbus Sabbatica; or   when   tliey
merely belonged to the great army of
the tired who lay abed   on    Sunday
mornings.     It   was   surprising,   the
reverend gentleman remarked in parenthesis,  how many tired Christians
there were to be found on the coast.
Hut that th's was a live question vise-
was  shown   by    the    recent
census in  Toronto the Good,
which had produced   astonishing   results: and by   th^l  many    references
wliich were daily being made to it by
the press and iu the pulpits.
However, it  was well not  to
sight of tlie fact that it was also
old ques i in, as was sho
article from tlie peu of Sidney Smith,
published in 1801, regarding a census
taken in the diocese nf London. Kngland, at that time wl ich showed that'l
not quite 33 per oeiy. of the population attended any form of divine ser
deserting   twice.     Livitski's    excuse
was  that the  men  were Inferior    in
OSSIFIED    MAN   ELOPES
WITH   HOSPITAL   NURSE:
quality and needed  "stiff treatment"
in order to become efficient soldiers.
AFTER    EIGHT    YEARS'   SEARCH
Declaring that he never felt better ;
in his life and that he was not
hungry, Henry Lewis, a negro, spent
Saturday night and all day Sunday in
police station. He claims that he has
tjot had anything to eat since Thursday and up to the time of going to
press he was still enjoying voluntary
hunger.
Lewis was seen on Columbia street
on Saturday night acting in a peculiar
manner and lie explained to all passers by that he had found the Lord
and was not afraid to shake hands
with anyone. As a proof of his conviction in this respect he extended
his hand in good fellowship to almost
everyone he met.
The man is the occupier of five
acres of land ou the Liverpool road
on the other side of tbe river and has
lived there for some years.    "
Found Body of Chinese Prince Who
Died in Colorado.
Denver, Dec. 4.���After a search
lasting eight years, in which the aid
of the L'nited States government was
enlisted, the body of Prince Ylian
Chow Gum, a leader in the Boxer uprising in China, has been located
the pauper section of a cemetery at
Alamoea, Col.
The body was exhumed. It was
clothed in Mandarin robes, with yel- j ^ceu^tlsm
low jacket and peacock-feathered cap,'
enclosed in a splendid coffin, emblazoned with gold dragons, and yesterday it was started on its return to
China, where it will be interred in the
vaults of the Ming dynasty.
Prince Yllan fled from China after
a yellow silk cord, the Chinese order
to commit suicide, had been gi ea
He was a   cousin   of Emperor
Phoenixville, Pa., Dec. 4.���When
William G. Sithens, thirty-three years
old, a patient at the Montgomery
county almshous, known as the "ossified man," was reproved a few days
ago for overstating a leave of absence he disappeared from the home-
Just before he went away, Mrs. Alice
Murray, twenty-seven years old, a
handsome nurse emr loved in the in-
stiutlon, also disapi cured. Now it de-
��� velops they are married.
Sithens was absolutely helpless
when be entered the institution, his
hips and joints being stiffened   from
Mrs. Murray assumed special
charge of the "ossified man," but the
interest she took in him was thought
to be purely professional, and no one
suspected a romance.
where,
church
lsse
an
by   an
'YEAR OLD  STUDENT
AT   STATE UNIVERSITY
A horse belonging to a Vancouver
,iv(M,.   ^le was killed in a spectapu-
������manner in a   runaway^
--ning about -^^
venao.   UecomlnS MS1"���'
 ���  it   slipped   across ^Jd\ ^
, U'' l''rneer7s~paBt. eighty years  of I and down on to Front ���       ���
��86,   li,. u.������ ,lm.m..u.   ..   ,���,iPtlHni! L...,. (0 turn there, althou.u u
this
lice.
Coming to the answer to
iterated question, the    speaker
re-
said
Il>cu  ^^^^^^^^^ He appears to have a mania for inventions
and explained yesterday that he was
working on a boat which woiild be
equally serviceable on land or water.
It was propelled by thirty-six screws
or wheels and when these got revolving in his head it seems to have been
too much for blm.
His chickens died one after one;
stricken down they were according to
him by some mysterious agency which
he could not understand. Questioned
he stated that he did not feed them,
hut the Lord would provide for that.
It was likewise with bis horse.
He had not been to church since
his mother died when he was eight
years old and he was now thirty-two.
Ever since then he could not hear
church bells ringing In his head, but
other day  all  had  become clear
Funeral of Elsie Arkwright.
The funeral of little Elsie Pearson
,,.....  ! Arkwright, the two years and   three
Kwang Su.    He died of   tuberculosis ; months' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
   nn������a  wi,n  i-*(' ; \   Arkwright, of 428 Eleventh street,
him
among  some  poor  Chinese
not know his identity.
CROESUS OWES HIS WIFE
$230,000 BIRTHDAY Gin
Presents
California    Oil    Millionaire
Palatial Home Near Santa Bar
bara as Token of Love.
Seattle, Dec. 4.���J. P. Fraser, a stu-
wm In ih0 chemistry department of
m University of Washington, Is said
>V Registrar Herbert T. Condon to be
""' ��ldesl bona (ide student register-
f, ���*. any Institution of learning In
a* Unite* States.
been left standing In
on Sixth ai
there were thru* great reasons, why a
man should attend C
luirch Is a divine   in
Santa Barbara, Dec. 4.-As a token
took place on    Saturday    from    tnvr-
home of the parents to the Odd Sallows' cemetery.
Rev. C. W. Brown, of Queens avenue Methodist church, recited the service for the burial of the dead. Among
the many who attended were. T.. tt-
Pearson, J. C. Loree, E. W. Haynus,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and daughter, .
S. Finch, Mrs. R. Girdwood, Mrs. F.
A. Lindsay, R. Baguley, A. Hoggs and
R. Cummings.
The bereaved parents thank the following for (lowers: Wreath, staff of
the Royal Bank; cross, L. M. Richardson, manager Royal bank; wreath, a
friend; sprays, Mrs. and Miss F. Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Sands, Miv
and  Mrs.  H.  Holing   (Burnaby),  Mr.
the
$250,000
He was formerly  a  practicing
Pnyal��lan  i,ast fall he presented him
self
i.i
try
vHli the freshmen and wns re?
cv��il us a special student In ehemts-
wl'ero bo Is milking a study   of
Wtltoxiita,    Mr.   Friiser   wil'    attend
8('iinol (bui,,
(
ig the entire term.
'""ell university once registered a
seventy-six  years  old.  and  the
��� Mvers' ^^
aged to u ---._ t0 lhe
tTim-Tjti It turned
,,ve'-   J   p   '    locomotive standing
;flBthe Sac's and the frightened an.-
an into it
phi
of Chicago  boasts  a spe
lt struck the engine
it. skull and collapsed on the
%���Sai dead the moment   it
   struck tl'^^Tvaluable   black
We In tho recordsman "the nnme of I    The an lhc owner or drive"
5J��w "f equal age with Mr. Fraser [���J%o3_ not be learned last nigm.
mai n
with
itreet.
Rt'idenl   nired   seventy,   but
no-
futind.
^__ church.    The lirst
was that the ������burq	
stitution, not originating in the brain
of man, an', there is the direcb command from God conveyed in the injunction not to neglect the assembling tog'.ther. ln addition to this, the
Bano.tiou of divine example is contained in tlie words of the text, "'And
Jesus went into the synagogue for to
reBJ, as was his custom"; and finally,
tbe assurance is given of the divine
reward, for is it not spoken, "Where
two or three are gathered together in
aiy nam*, there am I also."
Tn the course of ills sermon, Mr.
rlenderson severely criticized the reasons some people have for attending
jnurch, that tbey may hear some
iood music, that the preacher Is el'o-
inent, that the members are "free
with the glad hand," etc., and emphasized his belief that the onlv object for which Christians should
gather together In the House of the
Lord was to worship Him and to be
nearer to Him.
the   multi-mlllionatre,
magnate, gave bis    wife a
with   peculiar "power",   with   which I bl^��y #t    This muni ftcent pres
among other things he could put out' ent lncludeB Be),MJ_a.rdi0'_^_e, P**W
of his love. William MiUer^ahanj, _ ^-.^  ^
S. Finch, Mrs. F. A. Lindsay and Mrs.
til,'        VMllV. i,U|. ....
tind he was now a free man endowed
a light without touching lt.
lt appears that constant brooding
on his color and on the intricacies of
his inventions he has become slightly deranged, but all doubts as to this
will be cleared up this morning and
he will be properly careel for.
BIG GARMENT WORKERS*
STRIKE IN MIWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Dec. 4.���Milwaukee garment workers decided yesterday to
call a strike in all of the twenty-two
shops in Milwaukee, where 3000 persons are employed. Workers in eight
shops are already out.
R. Girdwood;
Expressions of sympathy were also
received from the Men's    Own   and
Women's Own Bible classes of Queens,
avenue church.
FRENCH   FLOODS   SERIOUS!
Houses Are Inundated���Great Damage
Have Been Done.
Paris, Dec. 4.��� Torient'al Oown-
pours continued throughout France
yesterday and the flood situation-
grew more serious. Hundreds of
houses are surrounded by water and"
are  being provisioned  by  bouts.
Immense damage has been caused
ln  the  valley of the  Loire   by   the?
���..v . r  Tills   breaking of a dyke near Nantes. Th��
idea was abandoned and no altera- waters flooded many farms and vll<-
tions other than more gorgeous land- ia;jes to a depth of six feet. The
scaping wlll be made. floods  also  invaded  the  lower quar-
Notwltbstanding the    grandeur   offers of Nantes, rising to the tops of
the home, the Grahams occupy it but   lamp posts.
a few months each year.   They spend      Almost every stream In France was
time    abroad.    Mrs.' out of its banks today.   The railroad
home on Booth's Point, near Monte
clto, and a dozen other choice pieces
of Santa Barbara real estate. Mrs.
Graham was asked the number of the
birthday.
"Oh, it was���er���just my birthday,
that's all," she replied.
The Graham home is one ot the
most attractive residences In Southern California. It is second only to
the mansion recently erected at Oak
Knoll by Henry E. Huntington. In
fact, the two domiciles are so near
alike that tho Grahams a few months
ago were reported to liave declared
they would raze their home and build
one to eclipse Mr. Huntington's,   'r,il��'
Wending Is   Found   Guilty.
Louisville. Ky., Dec. 4���A Jury last
night found Joseph Wending guilty of
the murder of eight-year-old Alma'most of their ^^m^m^^,^mBHma^mm^^^^^^^^^^^m^���m^^tm^
Kellner and fixed his punishment at J Graham will Join her husband in Paris lines are cut at many places and
Ufe imprisonment. I next week. malls are being delivered in boats.
'. PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NETWS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 5
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WANTKD���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write lire insurance in the district;
only good p'oducer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancouvei', B. C.
1
WANTED ��� GIRL FOU LIGHT
duties at Victoria hoarding house;
good wages. Brunette stieet, Sapperton.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. U2 Hastings street east.
FOUND.
FOCND���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.
Oreyell, 51S Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixtli avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
FOUND���A   SILVER   WATCH.    CAN
he had on identifying property and
paying  expenses.    T.  Furness,   4th
avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get. our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telejilicne, agency C. P. K., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 2!)
city. tf.
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks in cultivation,, $250 an
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Box 20, city. " tf.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
DON'T overlook the opportunity to
Make money in New Westminster's
best residential district. Get in he-
fore the raise in values. White,
Shiles & Co. have some extra good
buys in this locality, which it will
pay you to investigate.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279. City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS
with board. Apply 51, coiner Sixtii
and Carnarvon stretts.
TO RENT���SINGLE OR DOUBLE
room.    Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
anolv 713 Trew ��tre��*
KOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp hlock, corner
Cnhimble utreet anrf Clarkson
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. ni. and
5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
atreet.
LOST.
LOST ��� A
face watcl
back.    Fir
6th street
LADIES' GOLD
1 with Initials "E.
ider kindly return
and receive rewa
OPEN
R." on
to (Ul
rd.
NINE choice lots on Seventh avenue
west, near the new B. C. Electric
cut off at $525.00 each, on easy
terms. These will advance rapidly
in price as soon as the work is completed.
MODERN homes in all parts of th;
City for sale on easy terms.
���
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near the orphanage, $1400;
small cash payment and balance as
rent.
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $2700;
$500 cash balance monthly.
See us about a new five-room house
on Ilumiliton street, one block from
car line; $2-100 with small cash payment.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628  and   746  Columbia   st.
New   Westminster.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes lor Ladles lrom |12V5
ip.
Silver Watches, gents' open lace
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.50 up.
Agent lor Waltbam aftd Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors lrom Geo. Adams' Grocery
HOSPITALZ]
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accopted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661 Residence   Phone   133
EGGS!
Gi'een Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
J.'fflce 'Pbone IIS.     Barn 'Pfcone IN
Columbia Street.
*a��gage   delivered   promptly   J��
any part ol Uie city.
light aid Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DSPOT.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  0. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. H.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Victoria  via   B.  C.   E.  R.
(dally  except   Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. X. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All points east and Europe  (daily)     7:30
23:00���All points east and Europe (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton 1 and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills      (daily      except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
Sunday)       7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Bur-
qultlam (daily except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner.     Port     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annlevllle,  Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    13:30
O'OO���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday  16:00
!0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:30
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily    except
Sunday)        7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen fTues-
day, Thursday and Sat-
BIG GAME OE B. C.
ON THE INCREASE
Chief Provincial Warden
Speaks On Observations
During Trip To Lillooet.
1
Victoria, Dec. 4.���Chief Game Warden Bryan Williams, who has just returned from a short tour through Lillooet, spent yesterday In the capital,
and   is  authority   for   the    statement
that the past season has been an exceptionally good one for game of all
varieties,  and  that  instead  of  show-'
ing signs of exhaustion, the big game
of British Columhla���,1 very valuable
provincial asset���are really on the in-
crease. And this despite tlie fact tliat|
all   the  many   distinguished    hunters I
who  visited tbe  province  during the'
past season returned to their homes
delighted  with   the   fine   trophies  secured.     There   were   many    cf    such
hunters in the field, and all had rare
good   luck.    During  Mr.   Bryan   Will-
lams' own stay of eleven days in Lillooet, he counted no fewer than 160
head   of  mountain   sheep  and    deer.'
The former are supposed to have belonged to a hand of about  160   frequenting the locality, and  wliich are
multiplying     rapidly���the      Montana!
hrown   sheep   or   common   big   bom.
Mr.  Honeyman, one of this  season's
big game hunters from abroad, lepoit-
ed   sighting   eighty-seven   sheep   and
eighty-two deer in a single day, while
he    himself    secured    the    limit    of
two sheep,  two gouts and  two  deer,
all   splendid   trophies,   in   the   short,
space of eight, days.
For   the   further   protection   cf  the
game, the government has just adopted orders-in-council establishing tluee'
reserves, or rather enlarging two ex-!
isting   game   reserves,   and   formally
creating as a game reserve the large |
tract in Kast Kootenay that for some
time past has heen operated as such
by    successive   orders-in-council   pre- j
scribing annual closed seasons there- j
in.    To the Talakom   1 Lillooet)   res-j
erve approximately eight miles  have
been added, the reservenow taking in 1
th  entire valley of the north  fork oil
Bridge river and heing decided  upon j
for the particular benefit of the heaver, wliich are present there in number
an of exceptional size.   The new Fort |
George reserve lies between the noith 1
and   the  south   fork   of    th.e    Fraser |
river, with an approximate length of
from    sixty    to    seventy    miles   and
1 breadth cf hetween thirty and forty,
This is a great moose   country, con-
: taining also some lordly caribou and
many    mountain    goats.      The    Kast
i Kootenay   (Rocky   Mountain)   reserve
j is  now  established   as  a   regulation
: game preserve of approximately 2000
square miles area.    The game herein
has   been   well   protected   during the
past two seasons hy prescribed closed
season, and the wapiti now range the j
foothills id lordly bands.    They    are
larger  and   finer  animals    than   the
Vancouver island wapiti, and are becoming so numerous that hy next season it is hoped that protection may be
for a short period withdrawn and the
hunters  obtain   a  chance   to    secure
some exceptional trophies.
Kootenay   Wapiti.
The difficulty in acceding to the
several requests that have been made
for an earlier c en season for the
Kootenay wapiti is found in the fear
that an inrush of hunters would occur and promiscuous slaughter follow, whereas if the sportsmen would
but discriminate and pick off only the
old bulls, good instead of harm would
really result. The feed conditions and
the climate In this district is ideal for
the game, and there are no predatory
wolves to work destruction among
the deer herds as on Vancouver Island, the result being that the Koot-
eriay wapiti have greatly increased In
numbers during the past few years.
Speaking of the suggestion tbat European chamois should be introduced
in the new provincial park, of which
Buttle lake is the heart, the chief
game warden voices a discouraging
opinion. He estimates that it will
cost approximately $6000 to deliver in
this country a herd of ten chamois,
while the weather conditions in tlie
the northern part of the ishind are
not, in the light of present information, especially favorable for the
chamois: and the wolf packs would
most probably soon extinguish the
costly imported game. It is Mr. Wil-
lams' opinion that tlie East Kootenay
game park will prove an ideal locality
for -the successful propagation of the
chamois, and that, with stock from
tin's part of our own country suitahil-
ty of the Vancouver island nips as a
labltat for them later on may more
safely he tried, und with better prospects of success. As for the European
red deer it is his belief that one of
the favorable situated islands of the
gulf should first be stocked, the deer
being subsequently distributed to
Vancouver island and other parts of
the province.
NEARER    ENGLAND.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEW8.   '
The Removal of the German Fleet to
the   North   sea.
Bei Iin, Dec. 4.���The process of
transferring the German naval forceH
from the Baltic to tho North Sea
continues.
Following the removal of the headquarters of the first squadron of battleships from Kiel to Wilhelmshaven,
it is now announced on official authority that preparations are being made
to mane hhnden the headquarters of
the German submarine flotilla. It ap-
rioirs probable that the headquarters
of the torpedo flotillas will also be
transferred to the North Sea, and lt
is considered probable that they will
be divided between Brunsbuettel,
Cuxhaven and Emden.
Your Opportunity
���
Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to be sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
m THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what experts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the pre-
vince as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes and
untarnished reputations back of them.
We'Build You a Honre of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR, Manager.
KELLINGTON  BROTHERS, General Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.     There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
The Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   Qimnl Agent?,   New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
E. N. Sutherland
H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full  sized  lots on corner  with   six   room   bouse,  on   Third
avenue between  Second and Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
12 acres immediately adjoining the townsite and  bein? In Section  27,   Block  5,  North   Range 2 west..    Price $900 per acre.
This Is the cheapest buy In this district today.
Burnaby
Lot on  Third  avenue  wltl In one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTIN
Phone 69S
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 601) Victor!^
Street.
CANADIAN
""~inc
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15. the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Western Island and Way Ports
t:_>l"*15Returning to'New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning wlll leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
'        VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10;00 a. in Daily except Sunday!
1:00 p. m  Daily!
TO  SEATTLE. I	
10:00 a. m  Dally!
11:30 p. m  D;iily|
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunda/|
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. in Kvery Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 ]��. m...Dec. 3, 14, 27, Jan. 7, 21
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
Dec. fi, 20.
TO  HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP]
8:30 a. m Every Thursday j
UPPER  FRA'SER.
WESTMINSTER  AND CHILLIWACK
Leave Westminster 8:00 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE, ,
O. P. A., Vancouver, M0N DAY,
DECEMBER 5, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THIIEE.
The Band of
H.M. Coldstream Guards
CONDUCTED BY LIEUT. MACKENZIE ROGAN, HON  RAM
LONDON
Has Made a Series of Magnificent
Gram-o-phone Records
WILLING 10 DIE
FOR LITTLE FUN
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.     (
for the
Vict
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Tlicse records, made by the finest  military band in the world, are
absolutely unsurpassed for richness of tone, precision
and masterly execution.
Purple Label 10 in. 90c. Each
No.                          TITLE
100,019���"Trafalgar March"	
100,000���"New Colonial March" Hall
100,001���"March Past of the Lancashire
Brigade."
100,002   Czardas "Coppelia"  Delibes
109,003-"Through the Valley, March"
Walker
No.
TITLE
100,004-"The Marseillaise" and "God
Save the King."
100,005���"Softly   Awakes   My   Heart"
Samson and Delilah .. Saint-Saens
(Cornet Solo by Sergt. Hawkins)
100,006���"Coronation Bells"     Partridge
100,009���"Wellington March" Zehle
100,010���"The Shepherd's Dance"
(Henry VIII)....German
Offers To Commit Suicide
For $200 After a Fortnight
To Spend It.
Chicago, Dec. 4.���Tired of tlie struggle of life, but wishing to have one
"good time" before he leaves this
world, a man giving tlie name of
Robert Tyler startled Desk Sergeant.
O'Connor at the Harrison street police
station by offering to commit suicide
for |200.    He said:
"I mean it. You m:iy think I'm
crazy, but I'm not. If any medical
college in Chicago gives me $200 I
will agree that my body be given
to it.
"Two hundred dollars would enable
me to live like a icing for about,
two weeks, and at the end of that
time I'd be ready to <|uit.
"My life has been a failure. I have
no trade, and, for education I can
read a newspaper and that is about
all. There are thousands of men just
like me In Chicago.
"I don't envy anybody, but I would
like to taste a little of the pleasures
of life before I die."
:50, G:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
S  and  every   half
20 a. m., 11:20
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p, m.
, SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  (i,  7
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express  cars  leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at
a. m., and :i:20 p, m.
.   CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
Clty.
20-mlnute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday���20-minutes
service  from  8  a.  m.  until 11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from (1:10 a. m. until  11:30  p.  m.     Sunday���20-minutes
service from 8:10 a. m. until   11:30 p. m.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour there-
ifter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m. ,
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 0 p. m.
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Hear these records at the nearest Victor - Berliner Dealers. Over
3,000 operatic, instrumental and comic specialties
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Senator Casgrain on the Loyalty of
of French Canada.
Montreal, Dec. 1.���Senator .1. P. B.
Casgrain last evening delivered a lecture on "The Canadian Navy" before
the St. James Literary society, when
.1. Armitage Ewlng, president of the
society, presided.
After outlining the origin of the Canadian  navy,  Senator  Casgrain  gave
his reasons for believing that a navy
was so essential.   There was not only
the gulf to be protected, he said, but
also    large   lisheries     around    Newfoundland   and   Care   Breton,   and   a
vast area on the 1'acific coast.    Sea
power was the great object of all nations,  and all  nations that have  become  great  have  had  large   navies.
Tlie combined fleets of Germany and
the  United  States  would be greater   .
than tlie  fleet of  Great  Britain, ancl i J
Britain must have help from her colo-1 ���
nies if she is to maintain the Munro' t
��� doctrine.    Britain possessed the prin-
i cipal  strategical  points  all  over  the   .
globe.      She    had    coaling    stations   {
I where ships could not only get coal, I  .
I but provisions and everything neces-  _
Isary.    When   the   United  States  fleet'"
made its trip around the world some
few  years  ago  they  were  depending
Ion these British stations, and had it
! not been for them that fleet could not
have  got  further  from  America  that
its supply of coal would  take it and
back.     Canadian   ships,  said  Senator
Casgrain, should be built iu   Canada.
Shipyards need cost nothing, for there
were plenty of firms that would willingly  come  to  Canada  if they  were
given sufficient contracts. I
There was no doubt that we could
develop every facility necessary for
the furnishing of ship yards and the
building of ships of war under the su-
printendency of the British Admiralty. The stragetical value ot such
yards in Canada could not be overestimated, and we could at the same
time build merchant vessels for the
increasing trade of the country.
There was no portion of the Dominion that should be of greatly attached
to the Biitish crown as tlie Province
of Quebec, said the senator. What
would happen to the privileges and
security French-Canadian's now possessed were Canaada ever to lose the
British connection must be too patent for them ever to lose sight of. Instances of their loyalty in the past
did not need repetition, but he would
like to remind his audience of an incident connected with the American
revolution that was not generally
known. When Montreal, Three Rivers
and other places were in the hands of |
the American rebels, the city of Que-,
bee was the only part of what was j
then known as Canada where thej
British flag remained flying. The de-1
fence of Quebec was undertaken en-1
tlrely by Trench-Canadians, and j
though it might not he pleasant to j
English listeners, he had no fear in.
telling them that there were in Que I
bee at the time only twenty-six Brit- j
ish merchants, and they sat still with-1
in the walls. It was British people���j
rebels if you like���but still British, |
who attacked the city while other
British sat still inside and French
Canadians protected the British flag.
That French-Canadians, and the
clergy ns their leadeis, had leason
to be grateful for the privileges of
British citizenship was fully realized
by them for many years after the conquest ,now though misled by agitators, a few of tliem seemed to be forgetting it. Tliey remembered that
during the French revolution eight
thousand exiled French priests and
bishops were received with open aims
in Britain, and the almost incredible
sum of ��440,000 for their relief was
raised under the august patronage of
His Majesty King George HI. and the
Protestant Archbishop of Canterbury.
And not only this, but the University of Oxford caused translations to
be made in French of the Roman
Catholic New Testament and printed
;md distributed to tliose fugitive
priests.
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5. 1910.
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THE  IRISH  LEADER.
At the present   moment    a    large
place In public attention is being occupied by the honorable member for
Waterford, says the London Morning
Post.    By the cartoonist he is, with a
certain amount of accuracy, depicted
as pulling the strings which regulste
the movements of a puppet Premier.
in the United States he is being welcomed by liis compatriots as the   unquestioned champion of the old country and consequently   as   the   "ex-
officio" bearer of the national cadging-
bag   which   stands   as   the   latter-day
symbol of Irish independence. While
in Ireland itself he is unsparingly denounced as a recreant by an Influential body of opponents   amongst   the
Nationalist ranks.    In August last he
published a copious selection from bis
political speeches with a lengthy commentary by way of introduction from
the   pen  of   Mr.   Barry   O'Brien,  and
now the importance of bis personality
Is still further emphasized by the appearance of the present  volume.    It'
may  be said at once that though  it
covers  very  much  the  same  ground
:ind   uses  largely  the  same  material
as the previous book, it can hardly be
objected  that  tho    author's    self-im-
posed task is in the nature of a work
cf supererogation.    It is at all times
difficult to write the life on a man
still  living, and the difficulty is   enhanced when the subject of the biography stands in a position of person-
;il  relationship    to    the author.    Mr.
Redmond-Howard is a nephew of Mr.
Redmond, but he has not allowed this
fact to guide his pen in any spirit of
blind partisanship or lndiscriminating
hero-worship.   He has stated his case
with eminent fairness, his facts    are
skilfully  marshalled,  and  his  expression of opinion is marked by a moderation and  good  taste  which  would
disarm the hostility of even the most
strenuous  or  sensitive    of    Unionist
readers, while his relationship to Mr.
Redmond  has  enabled   him  to  introduce  many  pleasing touches  of intimacy and circumstantiality.
It teems remarkable that Mr. Redmond, like bis immediate predecessor
Parnell, an:1, indeed, every Irish
leader with the single exception of
O'Connell���for Smith O'Brien was
only a burlesque hero���is Anglo-Iiish
in his origin, and, indeed, claims descent from Raymond Ie Gros, a lieutenant sent on in advance by Strong-
bow two years prior to the Conquest
cf 1172. It is the very irony of history that the present representative
of the family should be at the head
of the movement for the assertion of
a more or less qualified Irish independence. Mr. Redmond's school life
,at Clongowes Wood is given in very
interestiag detail. There he developed
his unquestionable talent for oratory
and won the debating medal. It is
not a little strange that in later years
at Trinity college, Dublin, he cultivated a certain aloftness and took
little or no part In the proceedings of
the College Historical Society, which
at the time included such champions
of the popular side in Irish politics,
as Kehoe, Palles Lynch, O'Shaugh-
nessy, and O'Hea. His parliamentary
"debut'' as M. P. for New Boss was,
as be says, absolutely unique. "I took
the oath and my seat, made by maiden
speech, and was suspended, and ex-
1 i lied .from the House for the rest of
the sitting���all in tlie same evening."
Tliis'was, of course, in pursuance of a
l.n-aiTange I program of technical
obstruction, for, as the public well
know, the honorable member is himself'a model of parliamentary demeanor, partly due, perhaps, to bis ex-
I eiiences as a clerk in the House, and
h so far tin-Irish, even when most
vehement and in earnest, as.never to
lose his temper or the control of hi,s
tongue. The sordid squabbling which
.accompanied and followed the fall of
Parnell are narrated with somewhat
tedious, minuteness. It is instructive
to note that after twenty years a
similar state'of things is being reproduced today. It is often alleged, and
as ,often deniel, that there are two
t\r. Redmonds. Almost his earliest
political experience was on a begging
campaign in Australia and America,
wind,,on the point in question the evi-
<ilen<;p of the present book is illuminating} Mr. Redmond1 is -quoted 'as
saying: "I collected ��15,000 and
.went to America. Feniuns did every-
tti.i"2 for ::a ther��.   Without tbem we
could have done nothing." The author's commentary upon this tour may
be allowed to speak for itself. "While
they were in Australia the danger
was to avoid being too disloyal: In
America the danger was to avoid being too loyal." Some not very convincing arguments are adduced ln order to minimize the likelihood of a
predominance of the priest in politics
under a system of Home Rule. The
author's account of the Parnell crisis,
when Mr. Redmond was defeated by
clerical influence in Cork, may be appealed to: "A general meeting of the
bishops of Maynooth still continued
the embroglio between morality and
politics. . . .In the end oil principles were thrown to the winds and'
the contest became one purely between the Church and Parnell." ThiSie
are two extremely interesting chapters devoted respectively to "The
Man" and "The Man and his Method."
Mikado Anxious
To Avoid Friction
(Continued from Pnge One.)
office  and   received  official   sanction
ough investigation.
Bach passport issued represents an
amount of correspondence and investigation that is surprising. Passports are only issued to emigrants under two conditions:
First���Returning Emigrants. ��� The
department divides these up into'
classes, laborers and agriculturists,
but the same conditions apply. By
returning emigrants is meant tliose
who emigrated to the United States
and have returned home on a visit.
for reasons and whose return to the
United States must be made witnin a
period of six months.-
Second���Relatives of emigrants  already in America and whose support
is satisfactorily  assured  the authorities before passports are issued.
Recent Emigration Statistics.
The following are the official statistics issued  by the foreign office for
the six months, September 1, 11109, to
March 1, 1010, of Japanese emigrants
to the United States and Hawaii, andj
of emigrants returning to Japan from
the United States and  Hawaii.    The j
number of Japanese   emigrants   who1
returned from the United    States    to I
Japan, total 2500, representing males
2197 and females 309.   The number of I
emigrants entering the United States j
from Japan for the same period, total
221, as follows:    Returning emigrants
75 of which there were 70 males and
5 females.    Relatives of emigrants already in the United States, 14U,    of
I wllich there were 27 males   and   119
females.
I ��For Hawaii the figures are as follows: The number who returned from
i Hawaii to Japan, 1521, representing
��� 1110 males and 41-1 females.' The
' number entering Hawaii, 669, as fol-
llows: Returning emigrants, 81;
males 65, females Ki. Relatives of
, emigrants 578; males 107, females
1471.
Present Plan Without Friction.
1    It is evident therefrom that the government of Japan is voluntarily carrying out her agreement in a    manner
more thorough, more satisfactory and
j with less friction than would he the
case if an exclusion act were actually
in operation.   Under the provisions of
j an exclusion act students would    be
permitted to go to  America, nnd    it
I would be impossible to enter Into as
i thorough    an    investigation    of    the
1 financial conditions as Japan is doing
today.    During the  last  six  months,
from September to March, there have
been but   twenty-four   Japanese students entering the United States,   according to official figures.    Naturally
tlie foreign office is   not   voluntarily
carrying out this agreement so thoroughly from any other interest than
to avoid the passage of an act which
the whole nation    would    resent.    A
prominent diplomat in this connection
said: ;      '
"The situation, conslder/trs tbe difficulties, i3 at piesent an Weal one. An
exclusion act would be always a constant  source  of  possible  rupture  between  tho  two  countries.     Who  can
tell but that some one legally entitled
to enter the United States under the
conditions  imposed  by  such'an    act
| would be refused admission, forced to
t remain penned for   a time   at    some
| port, and then Anally deported, with
the result   of   possible   International
complications."
There is, as usual    with    Japanese
! government statistics, a pecnlhr way
Of division and confusion, whether in-
! te-itional  or  i:o>  is  difficult    to    say.
j Non-laborers or   rersons   supposedly
not emigrants   entering   the   United
'States, according to the same official
figures, are divi led up into the follow-
ling    classes:     Government    officials,
students, merchants;    travellers    and
miscellaneous. During the six months
I here given  the    total    entering    the
' United States under the above designation were 723, divided as    follows:
Government   officials,   12;    students,
24;   merchants,  143;    travellers,    81;'
miscellaneous,  4(13.    Those  returning
are not designated    or   classified    as
above, but divided only Into first, sec-
j ond and third class.
,     The total  of the  first and  second
I class returning, as the third class is
included and classified by the govern-
| ment here as emigrants "returning, io
I 416, making a difference of 307  who
: have not  returned, or over  42    per
| cent, of the total who departed. While
the figures for laborers show that but
221 entered the United States for the
six    months,    the    figures    for   non-
laborers  for   the   same,  period   show
that 307 more liave entered the United States than   have   returned,   and
most of these under the general designation of    "miscellaneous."    Out    of
a general classified totaj of 723,   the
miscellaneous number is 463, or about
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1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOF F1VR.
���" ��ne :""" a student al Notre Dame
and well known in tho middle wesl '
A California athlete, Frederick
Thompson, won the world's all-round
championship at Chicago thla year
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niYMPIC PROGRAM IN 1915��    - =n ,w,����LL.    . c���  r,
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BRITISH     FOOTBALL.
Kilmarnock l\ Dundee o.
Morti d ii. Airdrieonlana 1.
Patrii k Thistle ::. Raith Hovers 0.
Aberdeen l, Glasgow Rangers 0.
Heart ol Midlothian l. Clyde L
Hamilton   Academicals    1,   Hibern-
ina i.
arations
fit'3'   ^^
({r Training
Are Already Being Made
0f American Athletes
t0 Compete in Event.
London, Her.   1.���Following arc the
results  of   the   English   and    Scottish
league football games played >cstr:-
day:
British Elections
(Continued From Pace One)
lampionsbip gaiiu-s for
the  Pan&ma-Paciflc
can mw��> Dec- 4-With 8an
,;.,.,.,lv in line for holding
pjncisco a,,t    ���
f *��? Olympic to be held in 1915 ln
ejection   with    ,^^^^^^^_
.tional     exposition,     although
.""f   timi four .ears In advance of
9i,re hit's   premier   athletic    event,
:' & and   athetotic   clubs   all
ulil;7lie country already ure taking
ton interesl  in the affair.    Pour
rs in advance   Is not   Considered
too soon to formulate plans   lor.
,n!,irlnK future stars  for  tho great
, f skill and ability, such as Olym-
contesta bring out    Aside from
_m being a national  pride that  the
t '.d States team win the coveted
jUpionahlp,   leading   athletic   clubs
ilversltlea over the country are
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Ith on the official American team.
Pittas rivalry of this sort, friendly,
lowever, which   worked   in   a large
Measure for the splendid aggregation: tor* ���
etesa   embled as official repre-1    vVestham
���jntativea al tbe London  games two
i ,, It look several years of
L it) m on the part of tlieso men
1e become point winners.
e number of Callfornians rep1
r,.,. ���..; ti e ' ankee team at London
and did much toward bringing the
, title to this side of the ocean,
, , . - from this state winning
j [Qts In the 'rack event as well as
I - wights, Ralph Rose, formerly of
li inlverslty, surpassing in the
��� .. other West coast athletes
j .��� ited I irgely to the success,
,..- . ��� ��� -    I elng  Forest  Bmlthson,
First    Division.
Everton I, Manchester City 0.
Notts County 0, Sheffield United 3,
Bristol City l, Blackburn Rovers 0
Oldham Athletic ::, Liverpool 1,
Sheffield  Wednesdaj  B, Notts Forest 2,
Newcastle l'nited 6, Bradford
City l.
Mlddlesborough 1  .Sunderland 0.
Tottenham Hotspur ::, Woolwich
Arsenal 1.
I'i eston Northend 0, Aston Villa 1.
Manchester United '���'.. Bury '���'>���
Second     Division.
Birmingham 1, Glossop 2.
Bradford I, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0,
Burnley :.'. Leicester fosse l
Fulham  i, Chelsea 0.
Hull City 1, Clapton Orienl 2.
Leeds City  3, Derby County 2,
Wesl Bromwich Albion 0, Blackpool l.
Southern    Division.
New  Brompton-Watford  postponed,
Mlllwall Athletic o, Leyton 3.
Queen's   Park   Rangers   2,   Brent-
l,  Crystal   Pal
_'lilted        ^^^^^^
ace   1.
Portsmouth   1, Swindon  Town  2.
Northampton-Exeter  City   postpon
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Norwich City 1, Brighton and Hove
Albion  I.
Coventry    City    6,    Plymouth    Ar-
gyle 1.
South     End     United-Southampton
postponed.
Scottish  (League.
Celtic 3, Motherwell 0,
Falkirk 3, Mirren 2.
Queen's I'ark 1. Third Lanark I.
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member of thc government, all hold
their seats, and helped to win Peck-
ham. In addition the Liberals hold
Hai gerston, The Right Hon. An, US-
line Birrell, chief secretary for lie
laud, and the Righl Hon. ('. K. Hobhouse, financial secrotiuy to the treasury, maintained their own position In
Bristol, bul were unable to improve;
conditions for Liberalism.
Two Canadians, sir Gilbert Parker
and W, M. Aitken, take seats In Westminster  to   represent   Qravesend   and
Ashton-t'iiilor-Lyno, respectively.
Mr.   Aitken's    Victory.
Both are Unionists, and Mr, Aitken,
for a novice, accomplished the unusual, He had to contend against the
cry  thai   be  had  made  his  fortune  in
cornering cotton, having spent the
greater part of his life In the Southern United stales. Cuba and Porto
Rico. Another Unionists gain must
be credited to Sir o. Doughty, who
Won hack Grimsby', lest last January.
Mr. Balfour personally took part In
the speaking on behalf of his Unionist
candidate, while the home secretary,'
Mr, Churchill, helped the Llberall
candidate.
Two    seats,    West    Hromwich    and ;
Gloucester, are held by the UnionistsI
by   bate   majorities   of   Ihe  and    lour
votes,   respectively,     tn   each   case
there  will  be  a  recount.
On the whole there is an extraordl-l
nary similarity in the majority as!
compered with Uie election last Jan-'
nary, although  fewer  per: mis  voted,
The weal her was very cold and
wet.
The ieturns of Saturday's pollings
are as follows:
Liberal    Gains.
Rochester- Lamb, 2808; Ridley,
2438.
Hiistid East���Hobhouse, 7226; Han-
non. -Lis:;.
Southwest Manchester ��� Needham,
3690; Colfax. 3341.
London Peckham ��� Richardson,
5627; Hooch, 4086.
Unionist    Gains.
Salford, Bouth���C.  Montague    Bar
low  i i'i, 3668;  C. Russell  I Li. 3439 I
Liberal majority last election, 316.
King's L> tm --i lolcombe Ingleby
ll'l,   LJ6B;   Gibson   Louies   ll.l.   1666.
I Unionist majority, 100,    At lasl elec-
[tlon this was a Libera] gain, the majority being 862,
Ashton luder I.yne Alkln,    a    mil-
lonair'e from Montreal, 1044; Scott,
3648
Soutli Salford���Barlow, 366S; Rus
���ell, 3449
Warridgton���Smith, 6168; Grosse
Held, 1818.
Darlington ��� Pike Pease, Former
Unionist   whip,  4181;   Mfcddisofl, 4478.
Wigan���Neville, (673; Twill (Labor), 4110.
Unionist    Unchanged.
Camberwell (Dnlwich)���F, Hall
(Ci. 7798; Evan Spicer (L), 64D6
Unionist   majority   hint   election   141��
Salisbury���O. Locker-Limpmnri fill
4760; J. C. Waner (L). 4413, Lnlonlst
majority al ins' election, 318.
Winchester���Baring, 1718; H'<-
ketts. 1121.
central Birmingham���Partes, 4640;
Nation, 1 HT.
Uuiwich���Hall. 57!irt; Bpicer, 6496.
Stalybridge���Wood,   -hut.    lit ight,
Salisbury���Umpson.  1760;   Warner.
1413.
Kast  Ulrmln. ham������Mairland.   8646;
Si'-. f,ns, 3190.
Cast Manchester���Probln. 4663}
Button t Labor), 5521.
Birmingham South���Morpeth, 4.02;
Butler. 1824
H,sling*��� Imcros,    4391',    Johnson.!
9428
" Hevenport���Jackson.  8170;    KlnlocD
Cooke, 6111; Llthgow. 1841; Betting,
[li ', itwo seats).
Oxford  City���Valentine.  4874;   William, 8328. .
4      Ornvesend���Parker. 3108;    Jenkins.
��� non.
J      Maidstone
4   li, -   2836,
New
Walnuts
Ml
Just in
is
20c.
per lb.
GirroRD's
a
See   our
Window
clWelsh
The People's Grocer
Phone* 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Ge
nume
Removal Sale
We have to gel out, so now Is  your chance   to   pot    BaVgains   in
.lcwellery.     KVKUYTlllNil   KLIU'CKI) IN  1'IHCK.
WATCHES.
Hoy's {tegular 12.60; now        11.60
Hoy's Kogular $6.00;  now         $4.00
c.lil's Regular $8.60 silver Wivtch now        $fi.oo
c.iri's Regular $6.00 Quo Metal Watch; now     $3.00
Ladles' Regular $16.00 Hold Pi, led, Open Pace, 25  year  guaranteed
case, fitted with reliable movement   only  $10.00
Ladies' Regular $18,00 oohi ti lod Hunting, lTi year guaranteed case,
titled   with  reliable movement; Wallham  or  Hi. In     Only $12.50
OICNTLICMHN   SKK OUR SPECIAL $10.00 QOLD FILLED WATCH
IT   CANT   UK   BEAT,
Ladies' Umbrellas, Regular $12.60,   sale price   *fir'0
Ladles'   Hal   IMns   (Just   arrived);    regular    $2.60    and    $3.60,      Bale
pi Ico             $1-00
Ladles'   Broncho.,   Regular   $8.00   amvlhest.     Sale   price $100
DIAMOND  BAH RING     Kvery   pair absolutely . untanleed pine white
West. ton.   Written guarantee given if desired.
Regular $76.00,   Sale price       $55.00
Regular $86.00.    Sale  price          $65.00
Regular  $1 $3.00,    Sale  price       $105.00
Regular $236.00,    Sale price  . .            $185.00
DIAMOND   RINGS���We  can  sa V.   you   26  per  cent   and   .Ive  you   a
large range to choose from.
CLOCKS���Oak, eight-day;  strikes hour and half hour wilh alarm at-
tached    ftegular $8.76.   Bale price $3,76,   A few lift,
alarm  CLOCKS���Regular $1.26,    sale   price    50c
JU8T ARRIVED���A flne line of Ladles'  Hand   Haes  in   Horn hacked
Al (gator,  Seal  and  Walrus.    All nt reduced prices.
T.  GIFFORD
FOR BARGAINS IN WATCHES
(Labor),
-Castelreogh. 2908;  Phil-
Stevens.
Wesl Salford���Agnail 6800; Raine,
6800.
Scarborough���Hea. 2"t'.2: Arundel
271 t.
Manchester Northwest. ��� Kemp.
6669;  Honar Law, nil i
Wolverhampton Last���Tome, 6072;
Whiteside, 3381,
Westham North���Mnsferman, fhlf>S;
Wild. 6761,
Westham     Mouth ���Home     (Labor).
0(08; Cnrisow (Liberal), 4280,
ilrlstol North��� Birrell, 8060; Mae-
nus, 4084
Bristol South-���Davles, 8883; Frem-
coinbe, 6767.
I'eith���Whyte. 2��r.T;  Smollett, 1F.7K.
Cumberweli North ��� Macn^marn,
6038; Oolsmid, 4066,
Bradford    West���Jewett
772k;  Flower.  13RR.
Heading��� Isaacs.      6940!      Wilson.
4398
Hartlepool���Furness, fiOlf;    Critten,
6980.
Ipswich ftwo seats)���Ooddard.
;>ft3l; Home, 5791; Churchman. 5447;
'Burton. M0T.
Grimsby���Doughty,     7W?.:      Wing.
7206,
Rochdale���Harvey, 6860; Cochshutt,
8373; Irving. 8181.
London Haggerston ��� Chancellor.
3048; Guinness. 2641.
Bradford. F.ast ��� Priestly. 7778;
Masferman. 4724.
Bradford, Central���Robertson, lf.77:
Pimlfng, 3381
Bolton (two seats!���Harwood, 10,-
_58; Gill I Labor). 161,168; Hasketh.
84*7,
London     Walworth���Dawes.     ".313;
Belltllous, -yyti
t.incoln���Roberts. $486; Filmer.
4876.
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are daily opening up n��w gOOdi and are Bbowlng dip largest
line of WATCHES, .ILWKLHY.etc, ever eJtbiblte(J iti NrW Westminster.
Now Is the tiuio to choose Uin   ftiM'iP r����r an Xmas present.
We will put good? away for you until  you want them.
Call  and examine our stock now, when it Is complete.
Agents for  Howard,  Ball  and Longine Watches.
ChamfoerliiVs
THE
JEWELER
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.
i
EXCLUSIVELY BY-
We've the finest lot of 5
Shirts we have ever
spread out.
The man who wants
distinctive styles can
now revel in the pick-
hoice patterns.
MAX   FIGMAN.
One of the
appreciate is
Select your fall Shirts, sir, right nnv wnile you
have so wide a choice.
11 EUGENE BROWN & CO.
610 COLUMBIA STREET
.MS........ W������ }
�� ���.     HrUtol West���Gihbs, Ul
***** \   "���'���''
^^^^^^^^^^^J    ���      London   Croydon���Malcolm, ll.w.v,
There are many new X    London Newttste* west-Brooke.
i       ���       . ,,-  I     I ������    Morton. IOUS.
Fall   arrivals   in  oar 5    aumtstet���r��*r**fi,   tm-.   Lynch.
Shirt S-OCk. ���     '.',\.nA(..^i*i-y-Griffith.. MM; Baker.
I .. h.impton South ���  Hickm.in,
178-1    [.e,,-r.   it Hi.
���.nm;:.fon   West���Bftl,   59w;
5631.
. [tester -EtosBi    '.a*.
Csan*rt(fge���Pag&,     Mi ���
ter, mt.
. ... .r.   Bromwich��� Lew isham
ll.i/el, 6040.
Liberals   Unchanged.
Opvhv (two seams)���Roe. 06^: from
Beck. 8160; Thomas M.nhorL 9H4*
North    Manchester���Howell,
Sohawnn. 38011.
Vianohesrer.      Vovth.vist ��� .1.    ,,^^^^^^_^^^^^^^_     _, .
Clovnes if.i.  I'lL!:    A.    Tayl.ir    il).       And Hiram Perkins is not forced to
tin.     Lahor majoriry    last    election,! g0 away and  leave Ills wife to   the
. rto' arms of another man.   In this play hy
pj^Hfax���WMtfey, 8876; Parker t La- j mif\X Ellis  he redeems  himself and
Sull    Baldwin, 4(>(i'J;  Galbraith, j wins again the love of his wife.   The
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  bring
M'O (two seats.) | agency used by Miss Ellis to
' _horeiiitcli i Hoston)���O. A. Addison' about this result is the love of his lit-
! ,i'i   lir,l    .1. Francis (UL H8IU.   Lib-, tie daughters, for, as Hiram says In
aval majority last election, :i:!8. ithe last act:    "What greater thing In
Shorediteh    (HaggeraCon) ��� H. (.. I life Is there than the.love of little
Chancellor <L.) 3046;    Hon. R. Gnln-' children?'
1
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
ing of c
Vincent,
; Biickmas-
6048;
3837;
Points about our Shirts that men
ths FIT-it's psrfec*.
��,
When modern Enoch Ardens' come
here, they generally find a divorce
court starina; them in the face; but,
while not so poetical 88 the creature
of Tennyson's imagination, Hiram
Perkins, the heloved vagabond in
"Mary Jane's Pa," the play in which
John Cort. will present Mas Fig-
man at the Opera house on Tuesday,
! is found among surroundings, which,
'��� while modern and pastoral, are by no
me.nns prosaic or conventional
THE BEST IS
1 MMI  If       ���^������,,���__________���__������������^���������fc^^.
NONE TO GOOD
This is what all business men think.
If you take out an insurance policy with one of the companies which
I represent" you will bt sure to get the best.
If a fire oecures you will be sure of prompt payment of your loss.
This is the most essential feature in an insurance policy.
If you phone or write I will show you.
LOW RATES.
���
i
*
���
nesa (C.) 2841.   Liberal majortly last      Mr. Figman's performance of "Mary
election, liiil. ' Jane's Pa" is declared by all the crlt-
|.,,���.v.'..Tolmin, 4608; Hartley, 4254.    ics to  be an  artjstic revelation and
Morth Salford���Byles, 4402; Potter, has won hlm greater distinction than
'. ,,;',> any of the achievements of his nota-
Stafford���Essex,   1882;    Nicholson, ble career.   The sale of seats for the
[33^ ' engagement In this city ls now on.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGE BIX."'%1^. (jjto.^j^.^Qia^
vffHE DAILY NEWS. *
MONDAY, DECEMBER
nm vigorous action to
STAMP OUT WHITE PLAGUt
Dr.  Hastings Asks All  Physicians of
Toronto   to   Report   Tuberculous
Cases.
1910.
%
%        >
*
Toronto, Dee. 4.���The medical
health officer, Dr. Has! lngs has started a vigorous campaign against tuberculosis by sending out a circular letter drawing the attention of every
medical man in the city to section
three of the bylaw relating to public
health, which requires all physicians
to report every disease dangerous to
public, health on pain of a penalty not
exceeding $20 and costs for failure to
do so.
The first step in getting control of
the tuberculosis problem, he points
out, is to secure the notification of
existing cases. This Is necessary In
order that tlie health department may
keep track of migratory cases, disinfect houses left by families in which
tuberculosis exists, and assist the
other members of such families witli
advice as to the communicable and
preventable nature of the disease.
Without an accurate mass of statistical   evidence,   it  is   pointed   out,
there is no means of knowing hp.v
the situation is being controlled. By
co-operation of his office, the medical
profession, and the public at large
Dr. Hastings hoips to institute an
antl tuberculosis campaign that will
prove of material benefit to the community by ameliorating the conditions
which promote the disease. This
means that hereafter the precautions
usual in cases of diphtheria, smallpox, scarlet fever, cholera, typhoid,
measles and whooping cough will also be taken with regard to the white
plague.
FIRST   OVERLAND    MAIL.
BARBERS OPPOSED
TO SAFETY RAZOR
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,    Association    Votes
Unanimously Against More
Modern Implement.
Record for Early Delivery at Nome
Made This Year.
Nome, Alaska, Dec. 4.���The flrst
overland mail of the year arrived
from Fairbanks last night and was
distributed today. This is a record
for early delievery after the close of
navigation in Heliring sea. The carriers report tlie trail in flne condition and fast time was mad e 'all
all along the route. The first mail
weighed 4(lfi pounds. Nome is promised a mail twice a, week this winter as against once a week in former
years and It is expected that newspapers will be carried .whereas heretofore only letters have been handled.
Mail from the United States gees
from Seattle to Cordova by boat, from
Cordova to Chit ina by the Copper
river railroad; from Chitlna to Fairbanks by horse stage, and from Fairbanks to Nome by dog sie;l.
ALLIANCE   WANTS TO  KNOW.
New York, Dec, 4.���The Barbers'
Mutual Protective association of
Brooklyn, in convention assembled
yesterday afternoon in Brooklyn Turn
hall, placed Itself on record as unalterably opposed now and forever to
the safety razor. All citizens possessing heavy beards were praised to the
skies.
One man said tiiat every barber
should keep "safeties" in their shops
and customers for the regular price
could shave themselves. He said lie
got the idea from having his lunch
the other day in a quick lunch place,
where every customer helped himself.
One topic of debate was "Mow
rharp should a barber make a razor
ihat was left by a customer to be
honed?" The old rule that a razor under such circustances should be fixed
(o last two shaves and no more was
adopted for another year with great
enthusiasm.
Asks Toronto Mayor Why Bridge
Work   Proceeded   Sunday.
Toronto, Dec. 4.���The Lord's Day
Alliance takes exception to the work
in connection with the removal of the
Queen street east bridge having been
proceeded with last Sunday. Mayor
Geary has received a letter from Kev.
YV. G. Hanna, secretary of the Ontario Lord's ;Day Alliance, <stafrtng
that complaint had readied Mr. Han-
na's office that last Sunday the Toronto Railway company had a gang
of men at work moving the bridge,
wliich work was not completed until Tuesday, and which did not seem
to be necessary work. He asks the
mayor to inform him under whose
orders the work had been carried on.
The mayor replied that the city
council had nothing to do with the
ordering of tlie work at any particular time. The work was in the hands
of a contractor. No doubt the officers of the law considered the moving of the bridge on Sunday a work
of necessity, the mayor said. Even
with the work being proceeded with
on Sunday, many people had been Inconvenienced by the interruption to
traffic, and the city was asked to pay
damages for this interruption.
Ex-Attorney-General  III.
Toronto, Dec. 4.���Hon. S. C. HI. gs,
a well-known Toronto barrister and a
former attorney-general of Manitoba,
is citically ill.
Xmas will soon
BB8HHSBBX3
I
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here
MERCHANTS
Get busy and Advertise your goods
By Advertising early you encourage
early shopping
To the first purchasers belong the
spoils
Everybody
ii��
in   New   Westminster   reads  the
The   Daily  News
The paper that boosts your city and
stands fcr improvements always
Nobody  is  too   big to  Advertise.
No one too small
DO A  BIT  OF  THINKING AND
ADVERTISE IN THE
Daily
TO EXTERMINATE
MASSET WILD CATTLE
Settlers on Queen Charlotte
Islands Want Government
To Kill Bovines.
Every five
f weeks a new pick-
ing of "Salada" arrives
fresh   from   the  Ceyk>���
plantations, us  purCi fl>
grant and delicious flavor re.
tained in sealed lead pack."
ages. Ask your grocer for
Victoria, Dec. 4.���Representations
have been made to tlie provincial government that special and drastic
measures should be taken, either by
the offering of a substantial bounty
or others, to secure the extenminatlon
of the herds of wild cattle having
their habitat ln the vicinity of Mas-
set, in the Queen Charlotte Islands
and which latterly have not only
wrong much damage to the property
of isolated settlers, Invading and destroying their young orchards, robbing their vegetable gardens, breaking down their fences, etc., but have
viciously attacked both men und women at sight. Tliey are, indeed, declared to be more dangerous than s.ny
other wild animals of Hritish Columbia, with the sole exception perhaps
of the grizzly or silver tip, and more
certain to charge on sight than even
these monarchs of the western American hills and forests.
Should the settlers be successful in
their appeal for government aid toward securing the extermination of
the wild cattle bands of the Masset
district, it will not be the first time
that the parliament of this province
has subsidized the slaughter'of animals classed domestic, but which
have reverted to savagery. For years
the pioneer settlers of Lilloet, Kootenay and portions of tbe Okanagan
suffered from the Incursions and depredations of wild horses, the hunting
of which offered most exciting sport.
GIVEN    TEN    YEARs    t-OR
ATTEMPTED    MURDER
COAL
.   New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth,
Macleod, Nov. 4.���Henry Adams, of
Nanton, Alberta, was convicted in tlie
supreme court yesterday of the attempted murder of F. C. Hunter, of
Nanton, and sentenced by Justice Stewart to ten years Imprisonment at
hard labor in tlie penitentiary at Kdmonton.
Adams was employed at the Diamond ranch. Nanton. and Hunter
was the foreman. Kast spring, following a row, Adams was discharged
and it was testified that shortly afterwards strychnine was placed in a
water tank at the ranch. One horse
which drank the water died, and onl^
the fact that an excessive amount m
the poison had been used, giving the
water a bitter taste, saved the lhes
of the people who drank it.
Revenge for his discharge was alleged to Adams' motive and the jury
decided that be was guilty of placing
'the poison. He is about twenty-seven
years old and unmarried.
Bank of Montre?
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000
RESERVE         11,000,000
Branches throughout    Canada   <-
Newfoundland,  anu  In   London, E|
land, New York, Chicago and Spoka
U.S.A., and  Mexico City.    A  genij
banking    business    transacted,
terB of Credit issu2>1.   available
correspondents in    all    parts of
world. ^L
Savings Bank Department���Depol
received  in  sums of $1  and upwq
! and Interest allowei at 3 pen cent.
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   $186,000,000.1
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH
O. D. BRYMNER. Matinee.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watei
Manufactured  by
J. HENLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.I
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess!
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Aucti:
Railway Time Tables
527   Front  St.,   New  Westrr,inste|
Phone 550.
B. C.
E. R. Westminster Branch.
We��k Day 6cheaule.
Cars leave Yancouver for New West-      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 aud 8:00 1    Specialist in Steel. Reinforced **
a.m., and every half hour thereafter i cre,e iin<l Modern  Building Const!
Hr.r, n*m*mm* on/> ���
until  li:30 p.m.
Carg leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and  ,
S:00 a.m., and every half hour there,
after until 11:00 p.m.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Construe .j
tlon.    Telephone 806.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust   Buildi
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Sjnday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every   balf   hour   thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster fnr Van
couver nt 5:00 a.m., and pvery hall
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   nt   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
'On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.
White Star-Domini<
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpoo
Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New   apply to
CHRISTMAS SAILING!
Laurentic    Des
New triple screw, 14,892 tons.
Canada    D:c.
Twin screw, 511 feet long.
For  rates,  berth  reservations, ei
8:17
Westminster.
Great  Northern  Railway
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. in. arrives Seattle 8:06 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    10:30
���i. in.;   arrives  Seattle  3:16  p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.;   arrives Seattle 8:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
Now Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p. in.; nrrives
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; nrrives
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
cept Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:5!) p.m.; arrives at Port
Oulchon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leavea Sumas 6:10 n.m; arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
ED. GOULET, Apent C. P. R-
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
61!i Second Avenue, Seattle. IV
CAtUOMN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PAOfl
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service Net
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. "���
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.   (No. 97).
17:05���From  Vancouver
Vgil
and
Kooten
(N
I
19:20���From Seattle and MiBSlon.-
22:50���From   Montreal  and   NICOl
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,
cola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. !'.>���
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay I
Montreal  (No. 96).
17:50���To Agassi/, and VanCOW
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. U
H. W. BRODIE, G. P. A., Vancouve
couver.
per. .o.��AV
pgCEMBER 5, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE'SEVEN.
TENDERS   addressed
ifBAL^D     '   an    endoT8oa "T
to
en
pil. "nn "     '-���    Works, Ottawa
,  !   ,S'H1 "���','1 "'"���   ���"���   notified n ,-
m'"!'   �� I ��   P li	
.",'   "��� r*��W�� aember
ol  'I"   ii ii. mua   bt   ,��������� an
J':;;'1 t8ndi mu�� ���*< *��� company
11    ���"   ai ��� iti i   c leque oi
'-11 bank, payi    .,
LAND   REGISTRY    ACT.
,.             "������,',,  .Uui.   dnuMl Forks .,';;���   '���    '���'"   '    theorde   o   th,
��   71     '.,.,,-h.i ai tm, on,,,   ,":"-"���   '"  �� it,   .,  pubi1(
���������          *   Wednesday, De JJorta  ""!"   "  ta,   pe   ,,.,,       ,    ,.
1     ���      ,,,    to   the oonstruotion     * / ' "u"   "     nde    whlcl  win
I 5d,"s  al  Grand Fork,,,  ' ..,     '" *   '-   P*    adoring
1     '   '" iUl '*;."'."   "        o   ac   when
|r          |fl  ,tlon and torm ol eon ,'.;,''  ,"""   "  "'    '���  "   rail to com
1         >P'   ,,.������: forms ��tf Under ��� ;".   ^ " '    ���"���'   acted to      ,   the
I   ::��'""',   ,.,���   office  ur  Air.   Wm. v    ".      '    "";   accepted   th,   chequi
|   i               ���..,,.    ardhltect,   Vic v "   '"    '"'<"">���
.. .t���  posi Office, annul
h;: ,    ,.,,.  Department.
IP'"'-     'lemierlng are notified that
personb    ^   .(   conslflerafl unleai
tot*-**' v'ia,   printed forms supplied
ft,jti     heir  iicninl  Bigna
io     occupations  and
('���      fregidenoe     in the case   ol
�� ignature, the na
,  occupation, nnd fi&oe ol
B;   Order,
���*   *    DESROCHERS,
. Secretar; .
1"'|,l'";'""nl   "���   Public   Works   Ot-
1 wa        'embe    Id     9io
<ewBpuperi   will   nol   be  paid   for
"l:   :"' '"' iBomenl   |    the-   Inseri
withoul   authority   from   the
mom
"' ��� ' '��� and i. Block -l being
Pa ! o . po tion 'A" ol Section - i
��locl ��� ���'""! Range 2 Wesl Spring-
hill, In the District ol Nov,- Westminster.
ltI(   " >mb,    I I108A, Issued In the
name ol Catherine B. BroWn has t	
Bled in thli  dffloe
Notice Is hereby given thai l Bhall,
a'  the expiration ol one month  fmm
' d*t< o th, fl ���sl publication here
of, In b daily newspaper published lh
the Citj ol New Westmlnstei Issu,
duplicati o the Bald Certificate, un-
'";' I nthe meantime valid objec Ion
be made ti me in writing.
i    S. KEITH,
Distrlcl  Registrar 01 Titles
1 '    Registr;   Office,  N'ew   Westminster, B. ,'.. December 2   1910
n
depart
...     i ���> eu '
member oi the firm
in   accompanied
TENDERS.
E      Bnde   d oat
",',       he ���". at !. dbartered
��" ',         the  order ot   tbe
lUnatei   at Public
��� i   pel  oem 'Id pei
1                     i i   ol   the tendei
titi
(     ...     ��� ��� tei il the pers a
���'��� entei   tn a con
upon in do bo, or
!':' .   TOrt oontn
ie ned accepted tbe
ni   floei   Bed   bind
���   |   .- ���..-���; u:  . ii>  ten
Its"
���   i
Bj  order,
DESRi iCHl RS
Se
:   Public   W, rke, 01
24.   .: .
be
.:   they
:     ...
.   . i    for
I
,. ��� '���   ������' ���'   TENDERS   addressed ro
[he Secrets t    Department  ol   fi
Affairs   Ottt wa, and  marked on  the
envelop        ende    or . lerl Ba) Girls'
Home,"  v in  b,    ��ce ved  i |   i    noon
���     ���     30,  1910,  io,   the erection
e boarding t     i      :.    i
���'       -  ���    Ba;     (Co morant    I land)
i    ��� ���  and   spe< IB, at loi .    i ay   be
��� - ' �� of T. r. Ne,
'���'���-' V:
COUVI : ;       ,., .   ,.    1,,, ; ,r-. ,
and w, M.
Iday, indl \ .  .   ...\
���    ft        I,-..-'
tie und ed ,
I ve . <    -I . . .���', the amounl ... t,
ne  vvi!i  :������   re	
....  decline to enter Into
a oonu;,.: w! en i ailed upon to do so.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Take notice thai I. WllMdm Robert
Dick, ol Vancouver, B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
permission ro lease 200 acres of land
bounded at follows: Commending at
b posi planted al the easl side Of the
exti%m�� ..���������..,< ol the north arm of
Dralney's inlet thence easl 4( >'h;iins
thence sorith BO Chains thenc< west
40 chains, thence north BO chains to
posi ol commencement Putpos, ������
wliich ji |v required, ( naming
WILLIAM  ROBERT DICK
TURN RMS LOOSE
on mmm
PHESIOENT TAFT TELLS
(iOOli STORY ON HIMSELF
Bishop of Niagara Suggests
Way To Scatter " Female
Tyrants" in England.
Southerner
Him,
Was    Enthusiastic
but Vote  for  Him?
No, Suh!
Over
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
TENDERS.
; . . dr, sse' the under
I ..   "Tendei
1 fixtures, wiring, etc . for
T g,  Vernon,  B. C,"
���   tbla i Rice until
De< i mb, r 19, 1910,
I ntloned
���  be considered un-
I;.. nd    In   aocci dan, e
contained In forma |
. tmeni
6   **    ������ i     : i   . .      aca pted    tl e
 <       .<   ������ ned.   In the ev,
ot ������������! ceptai ten ler the cheque
will  be  ' .    the    conti	
signed   wl   n I   wlll b,    el     ed.
i     nl tenderei  will be required to furnish a bond i'l Mttsfao-
torj  sun ties for a au    equal to thp
int of the < onti  , I
i' e low r il oi anj tend, i not necessarily a, ��� ��� i ted.
Tlie unauthorized Insertion of '���';:
advertisement in anj newspapei will
not be paid foi.
.1   ii   M, i EAN,
Bee re tary.
New Westminster Land District.
Tal < ���    Ice thai Jan es D;ivis Smith
r,f x- '��� '���   ' '���    '������  ��������� ������ :< a\ ation build-
'   ��� '��� fo, permission to
the     fol!,,v. in .     . :
��� ; cing Rt  a  posi  marked "J.
n.   Smith,     S.     W.     cine-,"     al
���    ������.   ���  ������ est   f.-.iytc-:    of    pre-emp-
No      2951,      thence     north
ibont ,     chains more or less, 10 or
Sakinaw  Lake,  thence eke*   60
ore oi   lew   th,     ���   -  nth 80
���' :' |     mon   or less, thence faesl  40
e oi less, thehce north 4fl
clirnnR, more or 16Sb, thence west  40
chains more or less   ������   the phice of
commeneemenl
JAMES    bAVlB    SMfTlt.
New  \\ eBl ��� Inst, i   October 20, 191C.
i(Mi\ FKisiHNwn nAOC-8.  Aeent
Washington, Doc. 4.���'"President
: Taft has been exceedingly biisy tHe
Toronto, Dec. i.*���Bishdb J. P. Du ! l'|t't few days Wbrklng on his mes-
Moulin, of Niagara, In edhcludlng ah H;i^rr' t(1 congress. In the few leisure
a'dtireSB befo , he '-^npli-e Club at the moments lie tins had, however, he hns
St. Charles cale yesterday made some Been teiling a story on himself, ti
pointed remarks as to the proper ha'ppeiied al Richmond the other day
means ol disposing of the Btflfragettes.
fle said the behavior Of the sufTrni:-
ettes was a disgrace to the name and
character of -women. Two remedies
for relief from them had heen suggest e<|
termagants and locking them In prison., in the ha'nds ol every officer
should   be   placed   n   hydrant  and   a
ho'-c. which might, he turned on thorn
in their raids.   If thai would not do
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Icatlons to be seen ],,,,,.,,-,��� ���,���  ,,f tndtan   Vital   .
Ottawa, Octobei
1.10
TENDINIS.
to the , lei i. of works
|. Mr. F. B. Coffett; Mr.
r,   i lent    architect,
:   i    an I at tl e D< partm, nt
| <(Public Work -. Ottawa.
tab tendei  musl   be accompanied     BEALKD   TENDKR8    addressed 10
cheque onachartered ^ho Secretary, Departmenl  ol  Indian
aii ii, ;.  i ittawa, and  mai ked  on  "!"
envelope " rend,     roi I !fcr, pobs H i ird
lng  School,"  ��iii  ba ie aired  up  io
lik, payal ���  to   the oi der   of   the
Minister    ol    Public
ten per cent. , 10 p.c)
: tlie tender.
ler,
R   C.   DKSUOCIIKKS.
Secretary.
Public Works,
embei  22, L910,
TENDERS.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
re Kotli e thai 1 William Robert
Dick, of VancouveP, B. C occttpatlod.
iivit estate dealer, intend to applj toi
p, ml i on to !e-\=p " - ... .i iand
bounded a= follows: Commencing ������
: poBl planted 200 yards above tide
water on the rlvel fentering the head
Bf Dralney's inlet, thence horth l11"
chains thence "es, 50 chains thence
outh   100   PhalnB,   thence   easl    Bfl
chains to posi ,,f 1 omn emenl I ui
Ipose for which it Is required   quarrying,
WILLIAM  ftOBERT DII I
I .. p.] Reptember !Rth. inm
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
tm ui
ETebruan  :���>'���.  1911, for the ere,
1 addn Bsed    to the   under
t on iwa, and endorsed    on
t- ���:        ���       Tender    for    I'rlnee
I ��epot," wlll be rei el red
.the
Third Day of January, 1911,
I to tte i tlon  of  ti  Hum.   H ipol
\ '��� In the Province ���f
: it. includini; tbi   erec-
��� ������!  Concrete  Wharf.
Trestle.      P
Chimney,   Huoy   Shed,
? .1     Dwellings.    als��
���" :.    of    Drainage    and
ktteaa  an.i    Articles
may he seen and forms
. ���������.*.   at   the     Dep��rfr
lon of a funic boarding school build      He an undivided hall ol the  soutlt
I,,,. ,,,   ��� 1 .. Yukon Territory. eaal quarter of section 9, township m.
i-i,iM  .md    ;.  1 fli itions    may    he New Westminster   district.   Whereas
Ueen ai the offices of 1   P, Nfeelafldi, proof ol the loss of ceitificate of title
Inspectoi   "i   fndlan    Agencies,   Van dumber 11986F*, isfitipd in th�� h&me Of
couver; VV   E  Ditchburn, Insnectoi ol John BUreeny, has been filed In  (his
Indl hi     \i- les,    vi- tori 1:    n     0. office,
Miller. Assistant  Gold Commissioner,     Notice is hei-phy given that I shall,
Wbiteborse, v. T.  tha Commissioner nt the expiration of one month from
ol  tbe   Yukon,   Dawson    City,   Y.   'I . date ol the nisi publication hereof, in
nnd   IVfr,    Reed,     Mining     itecordei. a   dailv   newspaper   published   In   the
Carcross   V. T, *"'-y  (,f  Npw   Westminster,  Issue   a
I a, li   tendei   must   be  accompaflled duplicate of the said   Certificate, nn-
by a marked cheque made payable to less In the meantime valid ohjection
the  undersigned   for  n  sum equal  to he made to mo In writing
;;.,.    1 ,.r    ,1 Q(    1 ���   the     -u.oul.t      of   the
"I   always   enjoy   going    to    Richmond." sni'.i the   president.      "They
haVe a w;,y  of making you feoel  perfectly at home.   And' it Is simply Because they have the greatest, respect
for the presidency and the man who
rt was of no -ise raking these . happens for the time being to fill the
office.   There is not a bit of politics In
the reception they give you.    1 know
this absolutely."
fn substantiation of this,    Mr. Tali
then proceeded to relate a story told
him by Major J. C, Semphili. fnrmei-
fifiy   bags ol  rats  should   be   taken   iy editor of the Charleston News and
from   the drains  of  London  and  they   ('ourier,  but   now  editor  of the Rich-
could  Imagine the  rest,    w  the evil  rnond Tfmes-Dispatch.    A Democratic
day should evei  ������ome when petticoat   guesl   a1   the  Taft.  luncheon,   sitting
governmenl  should be established  In   rfexl to the major, became enthuslas-
Knsdfnd. and   they   all   knew    " hat   tic aboul the president,
petticoat government meant at home.     "Tafi is simply a bnliv fellow," de-
and it  thos,   ��� xem      '   In the   com-  dared the gtiest.   "He is tho kind of
mens, debates which, last  till - a. rn.   man you love'
would   be   prolonged   ro   2   p. m.   th,       "Von bet he is," remarked the ma-
next day, and thej would lean across  Jor.   "But. by the way, arc vou going
the table and pull those long   hats, to vote lor him next tlnfe?"
i'.tw   If that   imperial   administration      "Vot,   '01 him?   Vote for htm?" ex-
should fail, here in the lYominion Brit-  claimed the astonished guest; "Fd seo
ish principle., honesty, sturdfness and   him in h���1 first!"
liberty would find their noble--* cham-  ____���______________________________
pion. ~
The  bishop  also  referred   10   the
���   ent political crisis in Great   I
ain.
They all looked hack upon the im-:
pertal house ol commons, he said, as
an assembly of gentlemen    Clas,
quotations were made hy one member
r\vA answered by another.   To these I
men could he trusted Withoul fear the
managi n, n1 ��� 1 the empire.
He sa' In the commons in 190&, and ;
such a change from the days 01 Olad-
one h, could not have fancied in his
wildest dreams Socialists wfere tnelr
-., ,u. empire and the hand tViat
iic\\i-' them llbert; to enrs^. Tho\ _tUl
had the '���i-',, gang     Mdsl ��� i the 1 a
1 oi Ites '  sham, 1, ss ,    Si ���"
might  he converted   Into    tl,	
'������' ���    ' hn   Bmns,  when  tney   i 1
themseli es In 1 fflce, I sters of |
the    crown    were    now     allowed    to
crouch   and   bois    down,   with    their
I  '<������' I he dusl   ��� elore these most
despicable ol ail tyrants.
The btsqpp, whose address was on
1  la   Fi om   ESasI    to    '.'���'������' '       I
scribed whal he ' I in a trip from
'i asl to ' Sl     Wlnhlpeg he found to
Be a greal church-going city. He
found everywhere the elements of
great national expansion, and was
..,..,.,,   Impressed   af   the   success   ol
WARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in ttu
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly ��� meeting on the tnire
Thursday of February, May, .Uigusl
and November, at s p.m. Annua
meetings on the third Thursday or
February. New members may be
proposed rind elected at any montn
ly or quarterly meeting. c. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
FIRST BOX CURED
HIS LAME BACK
High Praise For GIN  PILLS
���.    -      , . Smithviu.��, Ont.
I suffered for thrre yrars with a Paiu In
My Back. I am now taking r.lH PII,J���-, a,nl
Soil a (freat relief after taking only one hoi."
W. J. B.VI.DWIM.
Js it any wonder that we sell GIN
PIl,]^ with an iron-clad guarantee o��
money back if they fail to give relief ?
Wc know that GIN PItXS will stop tlie
pain in the back���relieve the bladder -
and cure every trace of Kidney Trouble
and Rheumatism.
GIN BILLS have cured thousands of
cases of Kidney Trouble that were
regarded as hopeless.
We don't ask you to buy GIN PITXS
to find out what they will do for you.
Simply write us, mentioning this
paper, and we will send you a sample
box free. Then, if you are unable t6 get
the rejrular size boxes at your dealer's,
write us, and we will supp'ly you at the
retail price���50c. a box, 6 'for $2.50.
CINPILLS are made and-guaranteed hy
the largest wholesale drug house iu the
British Empire.
National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Cent. B.C.. Toronto 47
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRLNTING
See
THE   SUNSET    ELUE     PRINT   CO.
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711.
Box 160.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMUNDS, BARKIS-
t. rs    and    solicitors,   Westminster'
Trust Block,  Columbia street.  New
Westminster.    W.  J.  Whiteside,   U
L. Edmonds.
WAJ3E, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms " and S
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets: Vancouver ot
flees, Wil'fams bulldins. -11 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
former acquaintances who had
West.
gene
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
I Mam People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to^open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid 'on JSavrags
" �� I"
opened
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Balances half:yearly.
n,��siness   Accounts
on favorable ! terms.
JNCORPORATEp; 1855
ASSETS! $48,000,000���
tender 1 " cheq ie will be forleited
ir the 1" 1 is tendering decline to en-
ter into a contract when called opon
to do so.    If the tender he not accepted   the  rhe<.ue   will   he   returned,     in
��� .. ,. eni at , . epi 11  e ol lewder tbe ,
Cheque will he beM un.il the contract
bl sUr.od. when it wiil he returned
Tne im  esafa   laradeTer will he re-
riuired  fo  furnish  a  bond  in  Bfftlsfac
Land
minster.
('   S.   KKITFI.
District Reclstrar of Titles.
Registry    Office.   New    West-
B, ('.. N'ovemher IS, 1910.
LAND   ACT.
0'  M ��� ir.d     ndtevtet,   Ot-  frj,.y  ^,,,-^ties  for  I  sum  equal  to  the
Un ':-e of the A��ent    of
'   Marine  and   Flsh-
I'f- *   Hi:.,  Halifax, N 9    ��
���C  and   Montreal,  ar
���   s   Prfiaea  Rupert,  B.C.
J*�� ******   House,  Winnipeg.  not  bn pnU\ fnr
n tenders, on the t.n-
��d   hy
ualdered
���iv.int. he accompanied
mlt attaqne ba tn-mr
Kinister ol Marine aad
lal   to   live   per   cent,   ol
. nunni    of  tbe  tender,
will ba torfttttd I   bhs
nderer  declines  to sign
tgreemanl  above   -.���
ails   1 i  complete   the
amount of Hie contract.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
arllv  accepted
The ottauthorteed Insertion ol tnfs
advertisement  in  any  newspaper will
r.
...  D   Mct,fi!AN,
Secretary.
the     Depart-  Departmenl   Of  Indian   Affairs.
Ottawa, November t. 1910.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinan'd
Bagge of N'elson Island, occupation
far er, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following do-
jcrlbed lands:
Coniniencing at a post planted
ahout one mile northeast from th*
head of Billings bay, nnd about 40
ehnln�� easterly from the southeast
corne- of timher lot number 37341,
thence north hi (flial'ns, theneo east
10 chains, thence south 40 chains
hence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FRRDl.VWn  BAGGS.
Oat.'.I Auirust L'O. 1910.
CHINESE    ARE    SEEKING
FURTHER   NAVAL   LOAN
TVIdn. Dec. 4.���The Chinese government has opened negotiations for
a further and distinct foreien loan of
$25,100,000 to be used for the development of the navy. This is the re-
salt of the report made by Prince
Tsai Hsun, uncle of the emperor, after bis visit to America. It Is probable that the l'nited States will receive a share of the orders for the
construction of the new vessels, as
well as the privilege of famishing
one-quarter of the loan. In some
quarters the new enterprise is criticize 1 on the grounds that China does
not rennire an enlarged navy, while
the money thus expended is needed
badly  for reforms.
Utilization of Forest Waste.
Seattle, Dec. 4.���The Washington
Conservation association at its annual meeting yesterday, went on record as favoring the utilization of forest waste as a practical means pf conservation. It was also set forth that
this would open to settlement much
land at present unavailable,-thus tending ui decrease the cost of living.
TENDERS.
it. T. i'KI.WK, expert accountant and
auditor.    Arenf for the Hall   SaTe
Co.    Office, room .", Market Block.
opposite  City  Hall,   Columbia   st..
eity.    Plione 1,r,:*i.
H. J. A. 6URNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R ll'S. Room,
Trapp hlock.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. 1! .OTC.V, public stenographer: specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 41.". Rear of Major and
S.avnere's office. Columbia St.
NEW   WESTMINSTE,:,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B.   C.
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
22
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate and   Insurance  Agents���
C!ty,  farm  and  sunurban  property.
628 and 74G Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
HENSON & AYLING. FISH*. FIU'IT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreat,
NOTICE.
J "' ad
Ml
io��ylng title
"��iii authority from the
'- tneni
AUCTION
BERTH
to contract
I11BUGG8BBI  ll
mun     ,tnns    not
the lowesl
Cheques
bender 1
hind    1
or   any
SALS    ' OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
The righl   l0
,,.,,,,,    ,11      Sl' 1
uk,  following
idvei Use-
De    -t   '"   l,Bl1
Notice is hereby     :ivon    that    The
u er River TanriWy, Limited; a body
... ,-.\   incorporated   uttder    the
"British    Columhla    Companies   Act,
.n,|    AllietidiHg   Vets," carrying
m  husiness  in  tfojp  Districi  of  New
'-.. 1 mitwter and Province df Biitish
Oouunoia   having Elppiied to His i-:\-
ffered cellency,   the
i-
Governor   General    in
' HI nni be paid f��r same.
X WHICH JOHNSTON,
lino.lor of   Marino and
,)., Fisheries.
|,';""""M   il   Murine and  Fislieiios.
,lt*w��. Cnnadhi November 8,  I'.'io.
rnNDF.Rs.
���        rENDBRB   adtlrossed   to
' i'.I,  anil  endoi'iie.l  "Ton-
fctistmctlon ot
Weal
all
s
nt titnber under
\-,,   586   eoinprising
lands  tn  the  i' ���" '"'���>
" t"the upsel price ol Cotmcii for the approval of a certain
,.���,.! 0f survey, at site ror tlie constriction of Whnn'es
Wednesda)   the on   the   southerly   shore     or     the
he ollice Fraser     rtVW,     situate     on     the
tgenl   a' Foreshore   ol   blbclts   ''A'," 'B,"   and
r " being portions of lots scmmi  (0
situated in and elghl  (81, gt*t��t> two r_M In the
���   i    i,    c.lumhhi, distiict  Of New Westminster and pro's   Township  39; uti-v of  Biitish Columbia, have    At*
OOHtalnlng posited   with  the   Honorable the  Minis isler of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
ne\t.  al   n
,l  public auction
, (1 an  including
o'clock   i'   M    on
���sib ol December
0f   the   Dominion   Timbei
Ww West mint-let"
Timber  Berth  n'o. :
ti,,,  Province   ol
compilslliU'   Section
,1  coast   Meridian,
,r 640 acres mote or less.
Tenders are Invited hy the B. A. & :
1   Society for the completion of the
i! a   Show    Buildiuir,    at    Queen's;
i.ahor onl> I.
Tenders are rewivable by the un-!
derslgned dji tb nb8h, the 10th inst.
The hi" est or any tender, not nec-
issnrilj accepted
Flans and specifications can ho seen
at  mv odlee. Thomson  Blork.
VV. ll. KEARY,
Manager and 8.cretaty.
New  Westminster,  B.  C,  Oecemher
::.  lulu.
WOODWORKING.
V.'h:STMI WSTIlll WOODWOKKINO
Co., hank, ofllce and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantei;
and dRtall  work.    Desltns and esti
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ]
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
mates furnished.
prh-tor. Works:
and ear line. P.
473.
J,    Brookes,   pro
Corner  El'evetitH
O. box 264, fnonf
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
of;
HOTELS.
'IKO'S 110TKL - COLUMBIA ST.
Phone IS. Newest und most up-to
date In the city. Terms moderate
First class cuisine,  ,T. Trachy, Prop
'"   '"':' "'   . ,,'ev    signed  by ol  said   wharves   whirl,  they  propose
,h0wn  on   l,,,;M,1"r^'"|    \. ';.���lv(ned td construct, to. ether with a deserln-
*h    V   UK\        ,*i   of   leconl   in   the tlon of the full site (hereof described
11   Mfty'   "' ";,      ���     lir ic    of   the hv  metes and hounds, and have also
rimher   and   (Ita/h <-   B ���> ��" ,���,,���,.|ie,|   a   du|,llcate   of  each   In   the
���������11 m-uoii  01   two  ISO ellliic   M
'..*," w""'"'ii dump scows for dredgeji
u"1 l'��rk"  itiuish  aolhmWfci"  ��m   	
'  ��v��I ...  ibis offlce until   I  P.m..   Dopaituionl  of the 11   -
1 ' ���''inlicr   '.',    I'.llli,   fur    the
,     '' ol the soowa mentioned.
i; i.ivII'k atlon and I'nrm of
1 he procured at  the of* u , .,.   .
5       ;> 'i.  a.  nayneid, s,,���erin-    The conditlonsof P^t
,' '�����'���   Kred.es.   New   Westmln-  lental. etc.. are .-ont.I.< dl navAH ������    (.haIlter     11 i.    of,he    Revised
J    ;    '        hore   lonn   of   ,ont.act;,,er Regulation,. .,2p;.|nr   V1,
_    '"    -    een he  secured  on  m��P]*'������ '""     ���
���   ,t,ons   and    form    of d*��lg����d^^f^K
INBH   WiU   "Ot   be   issued   until
,.        ,   1    amount    ol    the    i-un-hase
I'....''andTs 1 nd rental for the
nral year, have toeh paid.
The conditions or ,avment
(
lep
office of the rerJstr.r of deeds for
the DlstWCt of New Westminster, in
which district the snld works are proposed to be constructed, in accordance
nte or with the requirements of section 7 of
Nail, able    Waters    Protection
Hie  un-  Statutes of Ciinsda,
1906.
'rimher
������  also i><> seen and forms I A. ont
''���'lined   at   the  office   of
t��n   y    "'"flerson,   resident    archi-
1 ' 'Nft,  l��. tt", and at the De-
Ottawa,
p, 0. K0VBS,
Hecretary.
October am *w-
WHITl'lSII'R (*��� KDMONDS,
Solicitors  for Kraser  Hlver Tnnnery,
Limited.
Dated at the City of New Westminster this 27th day of October. 1910
Re-Survey of City.
Property owners Intending to erect
stone or concrete houndary walls, or
fences, should refrain from doing so
until the re-survey of the city ls complete, as there Is no provision In the
special surveys act allowing for compensation should tbe existing boundaries prove Inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
Clty Clerk.
City Hall, November 24, 1910.
CITY    OF    NEW    WE8TMIN8TER.
Applications for the position of
Plumbing Inspector wlll be received
by tbe undersigned up to Monday, December 12, at five o'clock p. m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, November 29, 1910.
IOTFI. i.VTTON���.r<17 FRONT ST.
Phone 103, Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod ,��
Watkins, proprietors.
r
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Z-f.  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Uprlver   Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LAUOR AGENTSt MANA
per G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given' to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write If unable to visit us.
1 O. O. F. AMITY LODOE NO. 27���
Tbo regular meetlnps of this lodge
are beld ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon nnd 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
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers und freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Frt-
lay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangert
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street Phone 8S7.
NEW WESTMINSTI*       1        t, C.
1 '
r    PAGE EIGHT.
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iituTHE DAILY fvJEWS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brines out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
finish, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it ls than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for AU
Wood." Use it on y*ir floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax ia
for all danclni; floors.
You can net Johnson's free book, "The
Proi>er Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
���   and Furniture "and these preparations of   BJ
J ANDERSON & LUSBY [\
COLUMBIA STREET.
News
Nationality races at the roller rink
this evening at 9:30 o'clock. Admittance 10 cents; skates 25 cents.    **
Now ls the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davles, the Florist,    rhone  R208. **
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
Hindus, Japs, Dutchmen, Indians,
etc., will race at the roller rink this
evening.   Don't miss the fun.        **
Heavy rain or Saturday caused all
the proposed football games in the
city league to i>e postponed.
There will be a reorganization
meeting of the S. P. C. A. in the board
of trade room at the city hall at 7:30
this evening.
Davies Green Houses ls the place to
get boutiuets, floral designs, mtiA all
kinds of cut flowers.   Plione R 208 ������
The little red cross anti-tuberculosis
stamps, one of the sure signs of approaching Christmas, are now on sale
at several of the stores in the city.
The Guild of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church hold their monthly literary evening tonight in the church
hall, when the subject of debate will
be woman's suffrage.
The regular meeting of the Junior
Templars of Teraperanoe will be held
in the I. O. O. F. hall this evening at
seven o'clock. This will be tbe first
assembly of the juniors in their new
home.
Six lots, three facing Seventh
avenue and three facing Nanaimo, 200
feet east of Twelfth street eir line, for
sale en bloc at $700 each, one-third
casli. Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, 70G
Columbia street. **
Clement Davis, who is awaiting
trial on the charge of passing Confederate bills, has been identified by
one of his victims as the artist who
performed the same stunt in Burnaby
some two months ago.
The R. A. & society is advertising
for tenders for labor on the horse
show building at Queens park. Work
on this building was suspended about
tlie time of the last exhibition and has
not yet been resumed.
It is never too late to order your
private greeting Xmas cards at
Morey's. The cards are right here
for your inspection. We print them
right here. Give us your order .one
day and get your cards the next. Exclusive designs at Morey's. **
The city council will hold a meeting tonight witli Alderman A. W. Gray
in the chair as acting mayor. So far
as is known at present there is not a
great deal of important business to
come up.
We have them at prices from $2.50 to      McCain Bros, are here with experienced   men   and   an   up-to-date   plant
for moving buildings, frame or brick.
Address   McCain  Bros.,  1113   Burrard
1 Stieet, Vancouver, or leave orders at
I P,    Peebles,    020    Columbia    street,
I city. **
race open to all nations of the worl.I.
The racers will all wear the national
costume of the country which they
represent and as there are half a
dozen entries there ought to be some
good sport.
"It ls thrown up to the church,"
said a city preacher last night, "that
the congregations are mostly composed of women, but I conducted a service recently at which the men outnumbered the women fifty to one;
and if anyone doubts my statement
let him attend the services next Sunday in the Jail.'
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting be
tween us, the undersigned, as Furniture Dealers under the name of
"Denny & Galloway," in the City of
New Westminster, has been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to the said partnership are to be
paid to Arthur S. Denny aforesaid,
and all claims against tlie said partnership are to be presented to the
said Arthur S. Denny, by whom the
same will be settled.
Dated   at   New    Westminster    this
25th day of November, 1010.
A. S. DENNY,
J. D. GALLOWAY.
One   of   the
most   useful
and
acceptable
Presents
you can give your father, brother, son
or best gentleman friend is a pair of
Military
Hair Brushes
$10.00 per pair.
Our Holiday
Stock
Is complete, and as usual is well assorted. We shall have it on view
shortly and shall be glad to have you
call and inspect it.
Try us   '   "
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
The CentRl Hotel tafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone  Heating and Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting. Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
I. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Tlie formal opening of Queens avenue Methodist church parsonage will
take place on Tuesday of next
week, when the Ladies' Aid will be at
hdhie to friends in the pastor's new
lesi-ience at the corner of Queen's
avenue an.l Sixth street. .
The dredge King Edward is expected back lrom Nanaimo in tlie
couise of a few days. The citizena of
Nanaimo are not overjoyed at the
piospect and liave wired Ralph Smith
to use his influence to have the
dredge remain in Nanaimo until it
lias dredged Commercial inlet.
The ladles of St.  Andrew's church !
will give a birthday party tomorrow;
evening, when    the   guests    will    be
asked to tell their age by the number'
of cents which they contributed to the
exchequer.   A good time is promised,
but ladies are requested not  to  kill |
two birds with one stone. |
The first match of the billiard
tournament in the Koyal billi ird parlors will be played tonight hetween
Anderberg and Mahoney. There are
almost forty entries ip the tournament und one or more matches of 200
joints will be played almost, every
night until tlie list is completed.
One of tlie most interesting attractions that has been seen at the roller
rink this season will he presented to-j
ni. ht, when theie wi 1 he a nationality J
The Public
Supply Stores
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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[Some Good Buys
��� Full Size Lot, Hauiltoi St., near Lord Kelvin School        ���
| Price $850.00, Terms
X Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms
| 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.       $500.00 each, Terms
See us about Port   Mann
CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
{F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
a
Waist Values
Exceptionally Attractive
Three Special Lines
on Sale, $4.50 each
Tlie showing of waists made at   this  particular   price  emphasizes
our leadership ln women's waists.    We  place on  sale  three  styles
which for mid-season values eclipse anything ever shown in the store..
See the window showing for a flrst glimpse of the styles on sale.
FIRST���Delaine waists in striped and plain materials in brown,
navy, green, reseda, sky, rose, cream, etc., trimmed iu attractive
fashion, making them suitable for afternoon and evening wear.
SECOND���Taffot silk waists featuring many new cuts of front
portion and sleeves. Colors reseda, brown, Copenhagen, black,
myrtle, cream and navy. > Wtt_W���WRtH��4
THIRD-<-Ecru and cream net waists with fronts trimmed with
lace bands and motifs, long sleeves, silk lined, all sizes, 82 to 40; all
specially priced.
Each $4.50
Knitted
Street
Coats
$7.00 to
$13.50
Something decidedly handsome and at the same time of
tlie most serviceable nature
tiest deseribest he new knitted
street coats. They are German
made of heavy Andalusion
yards in cream, navy, cardinal,
brown, tan, wine, myrtle, champagne, etc. A variety of styles
wh.h or without sweater collars,
pockets; reinforced seams, cut
in regular coat style; all sizes.
Each   $7.00 to $13.50
A Further
Lowering of
Prices in
Colored
Trimmed
Hats
Half price on all the colored
trimmed hats should prove an
irreslstable attraction to many
women who lipvenpt^ve !
women who have not yet purchased a winter hat. W'e are
but following up our usual custom of previous seasons in
making early reductions���clearing out all hats before the end
of the season. The special reductions advertised last wee.
brought dozens of customers
who secured satisfactory choice
from the display on the bargain
tables. Today's announcement
will bring early shoppers for
first choice. Remember half
price on every trimmed hat.  ..
Our Range of
Women's
Neckwear
Holds  First Place
Wetuake the   claim   .*
no   store    in   the   pro��
Hbows a nicer or arg .r" . '
tlon than can he ��. e , , .'-
By Thursdays *.,,".'   ' '"
i '--MM i*Ss  c;iin��.
a large shipment of S
wear, novelties in,.i���7
l-oaded evening . "K
headed bows, taitted gut
scarves, ice wool s,a, v
Chiffon  ruffs,  Paisv, '!
and    collars,    new ' ,      '
Jabots, and real lace .,��� ''."
and jabots. U"'"'s
^^^^^^^mm"^m���������*^*^*^^mm
Silk Lined
Net Waists
$2.95 Each.
Waists for which 13 -���
would not be too much If we
bad bought In the ,
way In pricing them a
$2.96 each we know ,,,.,,
they will be sure to prove
attractive to dozens of
women who desire an |ne���'
pensive waist for evening or
day use. Shown In ecru and
cream Brussels net with em-
broidered striped trout-
three-quarter sleeves Blzea
82 to 40. Specla 1 nrice
each    ..   '
PLAID SIJLK
WAISTINGS
60c to 90c Per Yard.
Attractive tartan and plaid
waistings in Louisine and chiffon taffeta. The most popular
tartans including Koyal Stuart
Forbes, Mackenzie, McKinnon,
Gordon, etc., are shown.
STRIPED SILK
WAISTINGS
50c to 90c Per Yard.
Many  nice  light stripes    In
taffeta.     Louislne, Japanese,
vegetable silk, etc.
BROCADED
FOULARDS
$1.00 Per Yard.
Foulard silks, 23 inches wide,
in  Alice  blue, old    rose,    na\
black and    grey,    suitahle
fancy hags.
PAISLEY NEAR
SILK
1 75c Per Yard.
Twenty-seven      inch      "Neai
Silk" in  navy and green    with
light     combination      designs
sheer  and   particularly  adapted
for use under chiffon for waist
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Yes wc can
Cfiean it
Our
Process cf Dry Cleaning is
MARVELLOUS
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to
cast aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R 278 and we will
have  the  wagon  call
promptly   for   your goods
I
Select your Xmas Piano
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $(1,200,000
Reserve         0,000,000
The Hank lid's 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
I'orto Klco, Trlnidnd, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNCLAND.
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 RICHARDSON, Mgr.
We   are   crowdec
aoor   and   another   carload
arriued  of trie well-known
makers
GERHARD
HEINTZMAN
DOMINION
& DOHERTY
Easy   Payments  if desired
S Music House
mvm Phone 69*.
EVENINGS
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster

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