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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & C c
NEW   WESTM'
v0L   6fr*   , BOMBER 208.
r^-i *
DEC 13 1910
YPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5  Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,  SATURDAY   MORNING,  DECEMBER   17,  1. 10.
fOUR BELIEVED LOS!   ^^5ni JSTRST CAR tRWiC 1
IN BEHRING SEA ICE ^tombedjuivers in time; m op ,��� mm
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Wreckage of Small Schooner
Tells of Tragedy���Boat
Missing Several Weeks.
Nome, Alaska. Dec. 16.���Four lives
sre believed to have been lost in Hie
vm\ of the trading schooner Louise
in the Ice of Behring sea near Cape
prime of Wales. Remnants of the
jreck were found near the cape today.
The schooner sailed from Nome
wveral weeks ago with Captain
Oweris in command.
Besides Captain Owens, three other
parsons, were on the schooner They
jere Engineer Laborde and two pas-
���sngers, Fred Rau and .lohn Kelly.
Nothing has been heard of them |
since tliey left and it is almost certain that they were lost.
The condition of the wreckage
shows that the schooner was crushed
in the ice.
The Louise was a gasoline schooner
of eight tons gross register, bulll in
Nome six years ago.    She was built
Nl   Men   in   Leyden   Mine  Are   Sur-
rounded by Foul Air and Debrit���
Rescuers Make Slow Progress.
Denver, Dec. K,.-Bad air and the
rreat quantity of debris from fallen
roof and walls in the Loytlen coal
mine, where ten men are entombed as
a result of the fire which, broke out
Wednesday night, checked the progress of the rescuers today and the
part;, covered little more than 000
feel of the. two and a half miles of
tl.e distance from tbe mouth of si aft
No. 1 to the spot where the Imprisoned men are supposed to bo.
It i.s believed to lie physically impossible for the rescuers 10 reach the
men before tomorrow, if then, and
slisiht hope ls entertained that the
men will be found alive.
Rioting Starts when Company Attempts to Move
Cars���Situation is Serious.
ALL
WITNESSES   HEARD
IN   DYNAMITING   PROBE
Winnipeg, Dec. lfi.���The street railway strike is on. The decision was
reached at a mass meeting of tbe men
which had been in session since mid
night, at b-'.iti this morning, after tbe
morning papers had gone to presi As
a consecjuience the walking public
were taken completely by surprise
and though tbey took il in good
humor a good many hundreds of persons were late, for their business.
Th.e weather is mild and line. Every
vehicle available appears pressed into
service and taxicabs are doing a
roaring trade.
A  rumor  is current that  the com
pany is arranging to bring in a train-
load of strikebreakers from the soutli,
but  this is not  generally credited.
Cause of Trouble.
Tlie present trouble arose immedi-
WORKS HARD 10 AID
MAN HE HANDCUFFS
Just Another Thrilling Example of R. N. W.M.P.'s
Fearless Big-Heartedness.
ELECTIONS IN ENfiUNO     j WRECKED OLYMPIA
are mmm over   mm T0 m
Edmonton, Dec. lfi
the prisoner's dying son all night, and
after sweating half a day over a wood
Few  Pollings  Remain to    Be    Heard
from���Campaign   Speakers   Exhausted���Balfour  May Retire.
London,    Dee.    lfi.���Only    twenty-
eighty  pollings remain  to be    heard
from, and of these twentv were    de-
After watching  ojded  t0(lay) but the  result will  not
be  known  until  tomorrow.    Political
Steamer Wrecked off Bligh
Island is Breaking Up���
Crew Sails for Seattle.
Valdez, Alaska, Dec. lfi���The wrecked steamship Olympia, which went on
orators on both  sides are gla-d    the J tbe Bligh Island reef Saturday night.
pile,  sawing  anl  chopping    firewood   strain Is over, as nearly every speaker j jg rapidly  being demolished
for the house, hauling oats and fod-   of note is exhausted afterlhe stren
der to    feed  starving  stock  in    the  nous campaign.
by    tbe
| roll of the sea.    The deck is awash
stables and assisting to procure food
to supply his prisoner's family until
further help might be rendered. Corporal Marshall of the mounted police
yesterday brought in to divisional
headquarters in Edmonton. T. R. McDonald, of the Calmar district, a
homesteader, who is charged with obtaining under false pretenses and by
means of forged notes, the sum of
$220 from the Canadian Bank of Commerce.
At tbe present time the governmenl   am1 "���**��� starboard rail is under water
coalition holds 377 seats.   The I'nion-I at hi&h *-*'*���*���
Los Angeles. DeC. lfi���Two short
sessions, at which no witnesses were
called, were held today by the special
(or trading purposes    and    was   con-15Jj�� ��"*��� "*<*   for.noa'ly   ROven ' ' ��������� >"'* ���'������*��� **���-'������ ��� ������ >-!:*:!���   ���   n>i-au>
sidered able to cope witli in- Hues of
the north.
ists hold 2fi5 seats, leaving the united
parlies with a majority of 112.
One decided effect the election will
have, it is generally believed, is the
retirement of Hon A. .1. Balfour as
the leader of the Conservative party.
E. D. Smith, of Liverpool, it is believed, will succeed him as the virtual
head of tbe party.
CONCERT.
Orphan  Band    of Jolly    Entertainers
Coming   Here  on   December 26.
On the night    after    Christmas    a
opinion.
ias been engaged in Investlgat
.ing the alleged dynamiting of the
! Times building. It is believed that
I these meetings marked the close of
ithe lengthy inquisition, and that the
I jury when It meets again next Tuesday will be ready to report. Whether
'any indictments will accompany    tlie
report is a question, however, on
tend of orphans from the Children's >whu.h no oue wiu now venture M
lndistnal home at Des Moines, Wash.,
wlll give a performance in St. Pat-
rl - hall here. The children who
perform under the name of the "Jolly
Entertainers" are the same who came
bere during the summer ancl attracted
i great deal of attention with their
juenile band.
The concert on Monday night, De
tember 26, will consist of selections
��� hand and songs and sketches
i; the members of tlie company.
0:-e U. Moore, the business agent
l(the company, was in the city yes-
tirtay  and  made    arrangements    to
me St. Patrick's hall, lie stated
tilt lie tried to secure the opera
1 ise, bul it was booked for that
date. Mr. Moore states tbat every
ueml-er of the children's company is
I musician and a singer and the concerts they have given in other places
My have met with great appro-
lit ion and support.
of four men on the grounds of their
being on licensed promises in uniform.    While this  was not   seriously
law forms one of tbe pathetic
in   tbe  records  of  the   Roval
denied, tbe men  urge discrimination,   WeB, Mounted Polirp
the   whole  weight  of  their  evidence
being designed to show that the practice has been common and that, these
four were singled out    because   they
were prominent in the union
Tbe  conciliation  committee    under
Marshall   left   the   barracks  at   Ed    GENERAL BOOTH TO
monton  with a warrant  in bis pocket                            UNDERGO OPERATION
for the man  wbo  was  charged  with!     London,    Dec. lfi.���General    Booth,
j defrauding the bank, llis orders were  head of the Salvation Army, will soon
to bring McDonald in.    How the offl-1 undergo  an   operation   for a cataract   Keep It Dark���Citizens' League Meets
cer carried  out   the  mandate of the ; on his left eye.    It   will be recalled |  Guess What Happened.
Tbe third mate and the three men
of the crew who have heen standine
by the Olympia, were brought bere
last night. Captain J. T. Daniels made
a irip to Bligh Island today to take
a last look at his lost vessel.
The officers ami crew, who have
been cared for in Valdez since landing from the wreck, sailed for Seattle
on the steamer Alameda tonight.
ON THE QUIET.
EVERYTHING IMPROVES
EXCEPT THOSE HILLS
Captain   of   Boveric   Is   Pleased
Marked Change in City Since
Last Visit.
With
His
corn-
stories i that although an operation for a
North cataract on his right eye some time
I ago was temporarily successful, he
McDonald's homestead ls situated j eventually lost bis sight in that eye.
in an isolated section several miles ! The growth of a cataract on the Other
from the village of Calmar. Alta. the eye bas since blinded him entire!'.
mounted officer, upon leaving the He has not seen for a long time the
train which bore him to the village.! audiences he has been addressing. He
secured a horse and started for the' is now eager to submit to another
the I.emieux aci after a protracted homesteader's shack
sitting failed to reach an agreement: 0n ,lle ,,.,,n 8ome milos nn)
and the majority report signed by \Y.   oorporai     mot   ,ho   ma���   wllom     ,1()
J. ChriaUe, the chairman, and Captain sought, bound for the village The
Robinson, for the company, practical- king's warrant was read by the poly endorsing tbe action of the com- , liceman and McDonald was placed
pany. and the minority report, signed formally under arrest. The prison
by Mayor Peltier, of Port Arthur, ar- er submitted quietly, denied tlie crime
bltrator tor the men. are now in tho with which he was charged, und re-
hands of the minister of labor. Fur- quested that he allowed to return to
iher action was expected from Clt- his family before coming to Kdmon
tawa, but  with the present temper of . ton.    ills request   was  granted.
operation, believing that it  will eom-
thelplelely   restore  the  sight   cf  his  left
, pye.
MANY EINE MEOALS ARE
PLACEO ON EXHIBITION
both  si les. a  strike was inevitable,
Asks for Protection.
Manager   Phillips,   of   the company,
asked the civic authorities this morning whether police protect ion    would
Ibe forthcoming Bhould  the company
Alberta   Legislature   Prorogues.
Kdmonton,  Dec.    tl.- The    Alberta
efislature prorogued   this   afternoon
Iter passing estimates totalling   six
ill i in dollars.
Trailing Bandits.
Nelson,     Doc.     16.���The     Haney
brothers, who murdered Constable
Iki Decker niter holding up a C. P.
R Jn at Ducks some time ago, aro
believed to be in hiding along tbe
Crow's N'est Pass. A posse is scouting
Ior the bandits.
PRINCESS ADELAIDE
ARRIVES AT VICTORIA
Finest of C. P. R. Fleet. Built in Glasgow, Reaches Destination���Sister
Ship Ready by June.
Captain Vincent Harper. In
mand of the steamer Boveric
loading limber at   Hastings Mill. Van-,,1,,,1. ,,���,.,.      Mayor    Evans    left    lai I
couver, was in the city this week vis- ,|jU|lt r���r the coast and Controller
Itlng his friends here. it is three Harvey is acting mayor, Opinion In
years since be has ben in BrUsh Co- civic circles appears to be thai the
lumbia. and naturally he marked the demand for police protection is pre-
great   change  that   this  period   has ef-j mature   until   such   time   as   it   is  defected.    Columhla street  in  particular   monstrated  Hint   il   Is  needed.
struck   him  as  an   enormous   improve        The streets are practically desSfted
ment    on  the  sea  of  mud    through nMii storekeepers already fool the of
which he waded on the occasion n   fects of the sit ike. especially in view
liis  last   visit   to  the  city.    "The  only   of Christmas Season trade.
tiling you have nol  improved on are Rioting starts.
the eternal    hills."  he  renin1 id, as      Winnipeg, Doe. lfi ���Hlolina    began
panted up Merlvale street, llate this afternoon lh connection with
The real estate situation was the the sireet car strike when a crowd of
jdbjecl of gome careful Investlga- B00 men- gathered ai Rupert and Main
lion by Captain Harper, and the pros-  streets and began lo-hurl missile
During the trip back to the ahat k
he declared thai he was in no position
to leave his home to come to jail, lie
told his captor thai he had B sick son.
his wife waa ill and thai there was no
food in  the house or fodder in    the
Trophies  Won   in   Competitions   Open
to the World are Shown in City
���An Enviable Record.
A  meeting  of the  Citizens'  league
is believed to have been held some-
Jhere in  the  clly  last  night,  when,
'esumably, civic  conditions  as  they
afe  and   as tbey  ought  to  be,  were
discussed,    it ts surmised the recent
Scott  act   votes in    Chilliwack    and
Prince Rupert were referred to. and.
by   inference,   adversely   commented
on. It is rumored that the advisability
! of  supporting  certain candidate,    for
aldermen at the forthcoming election
i came up for discussion, bnt    that    .
' definite understanding was reached ia
open to question.
The meetings of the league are tiOf
open to tbe press, but a committee of
two bus been named to secure d wired
publicity,   Unfortunately for the press
land the public, cue of the committee
I men  is  very  busy find  the other  bass
I very little time al  bis disposal, hence
the above negative  reporl
SWITZERLAND'S PRESIDENT.
nectS of the Fiaser river becoming Bfl
ocean port In the near future struck
lom as particularly hi Ight As u fresh
water harbor, it Is unexcelled In any
part of the world, Is hls opinion, and
there are few porta which be has noi
cislted in his wanderings In sail und
.team during the laal fourteen years.
Tha mattei ol dredging the channel
be considers a negligible quantity I"
view of the advantages to be secured.
Tbe Boveric, Of which Captain Harper  is  in command,  is  a  seven  thou-
JJ��* j require it In the endeavor to operate|bam
Upon arrival al the premises, the
story told by McDonald Waa borne qui
in every .detail. Entering the shack.
Hip officer found the place cold, There
was no wood about and the flre In Hie
little   prali le   stove   was  out.
Iii one Comet of the loom was a
tumble-down bed in ibis hei lay u
slluht Usurp and beside It sat a fee
ble woman, III and trembling from
sorrow and  hunger.
Pneumonia, thp ttiail in the uniform
learned, had laid low the hoy, the
eighteen-year-old son of hls prisoner,
over a week before. TIip family had
no money and disease had made much
headway before a doctor was secured.
The mother had waited oh bet son
with patleude and maternal devotion. Her husband rendered what
lough help lie could. Hut the son's
condition did not mend.
��� Already fagged by worry and worl;.
the announcement from her husband
thai lie had been arrested on u charge
Of obtaining money under false pre
tenses, which also Included forgery.
Mrs.   McDonald   was   overcome.
What followed, Hie member of the
mounted police does not say In his official report.
Corporal Marshal! visited tbe barn.
There    lie   found   a  team    of   hot ses
M,
and
Two thousand dollars worth "f cold.
tine woman was hurl by a piece of
iron   burled   through   the car   window.
The Hoops nl Port Osborne )arracks are held in readiness for possible trouble
Students Offer  Help.
Students of st. John's, Wesley and
Agricultural oolleges had a   meeting
at   noon   today and  offered  their  ser
vices   to   the   street   railway   companv
as conductors to take tiie places   of
strikers.    The offer  was nccepted.
. -i'
,u,i umner of the Bank lino, owned. Carnegie's gifts now
,.     Andrew   Well    *K-   Company.   Hon-j . TOTAL $180,000,000
don.     This   line  now   numbers   some I  standing i>   bare stalls  without   ���,,,
thirty odd steamers, besides a num-     \',.w York.   Dec.   18.���Andre*  Car-H   .-.. :     ..
\f sailing ships.      Nol  16 'll'in'   negle'S gift of $10,0ft0,00fl for the fur
dent of the SiVlss Confederation for
i��H. fouls Ferrer wns chosen vlrr-
pie'Hclenf of tlte federal council.
It. Rtichet Is now ylce-prfeslderif. of
Uie f'c/feral council and chief of thf!-
de.aHnieht of the Inferior. M   Ferrer
o ipied tho rrosHrnoy In  19Q6   Thl
retiring president Is Robert Confess.
���K   ol
ume
t in
'Victoria,     Dec.    16.���Thfl    steamer
i   .    .ss Adelaide, built  tor the C.  P.,
R. Victoria-Vancouver service at Qlae- shtpm
i ... reached quarantine at midnight  Thej carry enormous
,,  ,he builders'  yards     She I.-.    an   I,-,- and dog salmon to .I,e O. It
..   teen  knot   vessel,  290  feet  Ion*  Australia, nnd  It is a -
118 Man. rooms und apartments   that  when the ship <-h..nne   .-. P
lor to anv ot tbe C   P  R  ��   purer order and ^wharfage      m
steamer*    Calls were  made at    Bt, Ues are ... be found at w vv    tm n
\.t. .-nt  coronel and cilao en route   rter, this city wlll also be on
. COntrad baa been warded for 0f calte.   What this will n
a    . n  Princess liner,    practi MRoyal Citj i tnno
,. ,,- the Princess Adelaide, t >.A,  , resen1 the e
Swan, Hunter and  Wtghtam  EUcbard   0ne  and   frequency   two    *nrt  "tree
,| Newcastle^ Tyne, tbe   Brm  ihi,, of this line lying nt the wM"��
'.v ich built tha Princes* Victoria Th* 0B   tDe tale* aad   the   ^^'s
m i  steamer, which Is beta, built to building several more of even greater
Princess Adelaide   ,���rr,���,e  than  the   ten   thousa
.  |   ago they  touched  only  al   Vic- ��� theranoe of international peace brings
toria and the sound ports, Vancouver  the total oi his benefactions to somen
ents being lightered to Vlctoris
,.. goes of Inm
,   frull  growing lu recent years.
bedding imcW them.   Tlte mangers at i     Thov W���I(, fl|| V.0I1 .,, ..open to    ���,,,
their heads were empty, and from all ! w(|.,,,..  e,.,lihi,ictrs   held   between   the
appearances had been empty for days, i v(iars ,,Uir| ,i(l(|  H,,(|     T)|e me(ini8 are
Ruche!   C.hos��n   by   National
State Councils.
Feme. BwHrefflrtd, tiec'. IS      Thg
siher. bronze and copper medals ta* fWefa1 flc ....���!,,,..  ta ���  p,;,,.  ..-:.;,���,
On   exhibition   III   lhe   hoard  of   wade   ���f (p.   national se' state councils,  'n
office and in the window of MacKen- j r-ny ele-tecf Marc Fr. ile  r> , ������>., -  presf-
/le's drtig store.
The  medals  represent flip  position
British Columbia occupies in the frull
growing world, for they were won by
exhibits "f fruit In Fnghtnd, Canada
and Hie l'nited Stittes
There nre sixty-three medals altogether, some won by district exhibits
at different Ihternatidhal exhibitions
anl manv of them won at provincial
and Individual exhibits. The Royill
Horticultural society of Loudon, Fng |
land, litis provided some of the best
of the medals antl Hiei" .,,,. .,lso
trophies from most of the great British exhibitions. Those won at last
years fruit show at Spokane are
very line, and this exhibit also provides u case of badges representing
prizes In different classes of frull.
The exhibit consists of eight cases
of medals nnd one of these, containing the finest of the medals. Is cui
exhibition In the window of MncKen-
zle's drug store. The medals ba S
been sent here by the deputy commissioner of agriculture of the province
and are a revelation as to what the
province,  lias  heen   accomplishing    In
Georre Burv Is Dead.
Montrea'.    Hee.   111.���Oeorgfe    Hti'v.
father ot  r   .1.  Burr, of the C. P.  R.���
Is dead at the age of sixty-nine.
CENTRAL SCHOOL PUPILS
END TERM WITH TABLEAU
Miss   Clark's  Pupils   Present   Playlet
eAdvertlsIng for a Companion"���
Gift for Teacher.
vaie ouver
thing like 1180,000,000.
The endowment announced today Is
second in si/e only to three others of
his���the IITi.OOti.U'iu founda'-'on for the
advancement Of teaching; the |16,-
000.000 endowment of the Carnegie
Institute   in   Pirtshurg.   and   the   $12,-
000  fun I   f.r Hip  establishment  of I     Pf)T.Mand     r)pr.    |..~-Two    ! nndroH
ean 'o the the  Carnegie  institute   in   Washing- thotMMlftd doiiaTS damage* _ asked 6n dl����PP��������* <* Fdward
be realized   ton .    acoomrt of the death of a chimpanzee  Intosh. wfm wai   wanted   ������
\li-   Carnegie's gifts  to libraries  in ��� |n g  ..,lir m  f|l0 .,a.,inst (fie Sorfhetn
,,.. last     ���       ��� years ar* estimated at   F,,K.mo   Rai|,v.,y   .onviflny   in   the  eir
The animals were shrunken and weak
for need of food,    fn another depart-
(Continued on  Page Five.)
OWNER  SEEKS  BIG SUM
FOR  DEATH OF CHIMPANZEE
In     tho;
are  almost   a  ��� I
��� Iternate with the
on the Victoria-Vancouver route, I* to
:'    i.ulv  by June next.    Bh* will be
as an oil burner.
,-erlc. wliich are
BLIZZARD.
Fc
Stesmsrs  Are  Wre-k��d  Off the
Massachusetts Coast.
���   ;ou,   Dec.     its.���A     northwestern
ard    ;      sweeping    the    Ma**a-
��� "its coast this evening, doin. im-
"'���nse damage.
Poor steamers are reported wreck-
'���'< and another, in tow of a tu. . i��
ltd,
A launch has foundered a short dls-
���ance out. from this city and others
���     reported  ln difficulties.
It ome
������������������������������������������������
* Beaten  to  Death.
Goderich, Ont., I�� W
eorga Vanstone. alxty-on*
ears of age, this evening b*at
hla slx-vearold son lo death
with a broomstick Mean** fhe
1 "1 refused to repeal, hi* ���*?'**
nons.
ners Kumeric and  8uv
at present the biggest representames |
of'the line on the Pacific
On    the   present   trlD  from
corts   the  Boveric had a farlly good ,
...      all hough      some      severe
father was met within southern lat-
"^"unnsmi, sight was observed on
tha ,���n clown tbe east const When
the  vicinitv  of the    emptor one
 ����� the look-out man nicked up a
lahahte mass lying i<���' m|
and   covered   with    ihnu-
, ,,,, of Wfl  mill*  which  rose. C  '      '���
,-onnd  and  settled  on   it   again
s for the t fitted states, and
$17,000.(100 abroad.
following is a list of his largest
known benefactions:
Libraries.   fS3,000,000.
F.diicational foundations ��� ffff.OOO'.
I 000.
in
mo"
Indfstfni ������;*
fhe   water
,,n���r_e was altered to come
..,,.,,.������ srectae* when ��n.00O,O00
share'ess oh'ect  wan .*
Peace
0,000.
The'     AHietl
no with oooi
it   was      Small
Pittsburg  iiwtttut*���$16,000,000.
Washington Instilutc-   $12,000,000.
Peace foundat ion- ���$ 10,000,000.
Scotch  iiniversities-   $10,000,000'.
Hero fimde���$5,000,000.
Carnegie Steel company employees'
endowment���$5,000,000;
Immfermline- $-,,000,000.
Polytechnic    school,  Pittsburg���?-',-
000,000.
Temple  at   The   Hague��� $1,-
I'hmineers   societies���$1,500,.
���olleges  in   l'nited  States���
"unci o7cn'n^;'nosslble|a Jinnih-^r       ^^ ^     ^.^
��� .������] ,teclt tbiings
ihe
VtHntl-.   a"-'
heen    s"-e'-t
aome cattle bout.
*'M.*M����MM***  laat much longer.
more lushed to the i
, HM,  l-iev   �� B 81 led :'" 08
���..,i,.|,   l-���t      a. ��� n-'uHv
hodilv   ovevluiili'd     from
pToW 'one  H'ev ''Rd
 ���   |.    ,he   water or  Uo-   tot M**
KirSSa^S ^- -^-2i
I'SJ^rslntrthemBelvefl �� ���**a%\
Miscellaneous in United Stated (es
limated)
Total���$179,600,000!
Mr. Carne_ie'a latest endowment
widen* the gap hetween him nn��1 John
D. Rockefeller, who alone rivals the
retired steel maker In hiR public benefactions. A conservative estimate
places Mr. Rockefeller's gift* to Institutions at $120,000,000. All but a
small part of this wa* for educational
purposes.
ccit court to lay. The Oregon law a1-
lows the recovery of only $7600 for
the life of a man.
Tlte suit is being brought by
Charles Judges, the owner of Charles
I., educated chimpanzee, which, it is
alleged, was suffocated hy steam in a
baggage car while en route to Portland  from  Seattle 8  Ww months ago.
fn his complaint .fudge declares
that Clunies was worth $116,000' He
had exhibited the*simian at various
theatres in the l'nited States
Canada, and alleges that he had contracts with other theatrical houses
which would have netted him $750
weekly. The total sum he would have
received from the contracts, Judge
says, would hive totalled $75,000.
Jn-d.e alleges that he warned the
baggageman not to place the animal's
cage near the steam radiator, but ho
said that his warning was disregarded and ns a result the valuable monkey died.
The pupils of the entrance class ot
Central school gave an entertainment
In the school last evening In celebration of the closing of the scliool tot
the Christmas vacation. It was ln-
ined back to tended to make this a part of the clos-
ing exercises held on Thursday, but it
was found impossible on account of
PAPERS SUED FOR I the number of.other exercises on thai
' PUBLISHING A PICTURE   occasion.    Only   the  members  ot  Hie
  school board and parents ar.d friends
Poilowlng   the  of the pupils were invite I to attend
Klvor   Me-','ast night.
thef*.      Tho fp',,f��re ^ the evening was   ;i
Charge a  picture  was  .nt  in  chela-, tableau entitled   -Advertising    ftjf    j
tic, bv the mtthciriiie, who believed Companion," ifrhlch dealt with the adit to he a photo of fhe man wanted.       venture, and comnli.a Ions which Mr
It has  now transpired  that the  pic-''owed  the  a tempts  of   Mis,   Graham
brother of i f0 seen** this harmless necessary adjunct.     The   leading   part   was   taken
by   Miss  Turnbull. and  the other actors   were   Miss   Hiamond   (the   Irisli
being   guarded   by   the  police
City  hall and will b��
Victoria In the course of fl few weolcs
Toronto1,   Dec    16.
ture  was   reilly  that   of a
the missing man,  who is a  commercial  traveller.    This  picture  was  sent
all  over the country, and, acting oni
the     instructions   of   the     man   who (
claims the picture Is his, notice,   have
heen served on tho Mail and  Kmpire,
riloge,   World,   Star,  News  nnd   Telegram, all of Toronto, while a writ Wilt
be served on the  Pinkerton  National
t���,. .Detective  agoncv of Toronto  branch.
Tho man wanted  was suspected or   f"1"  lh'"i,:'1'
having stolen $20,000  worth of Traders  hank  notes,   while  they   wore  In
transit from Ottawa to Toronto.
The complainant in tlie present
case Is John A. Mcintosh, who resides
in Hamilton.
Coronation May Be Postponed.
London. Dec. 16.���A rumor which,
though officially unconfirmed, Is current In circles often well informed on
court matters to the effect that the
coronation will be postponed. The
reason assigned Is the prospect, that
the Queen will be In an interesting
I condition next May. _.
Stop Running at Night.
Winnipeg, Dec. 17.���At seven
o'clock last night the Winnipeg Street
railway called lit all the cars which
had been running half hourly on Main
street. The city was quiet during
the evening, the absence of the cars
preventing an excuse for a demonstration.
A big force of strikebreakers is expected from the east this   morning.
The conflict between   the   company
and the men is expected to bo short
land sharp.
Girl). Miss Koy t Margaret I, and Miss;
Walker (the Hutch C.lrll. The playlet received unstinted laughter ami
applause from an appreciative audience.
In addition to this chef d'oeuvro, u
musical program of some merit was
Miss Helen Walker
and others sang and the pupflaf clioir
rendered a number of concerted
pieces.
During the evening, Miss Clark.
principal of the girls' school, waa
presented with a gold mounted umbrella, a token of the esteem In which
she Is held by her pupils.
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��� Fire In Tacoma. *p
��� Tacoma, Dec. lfi.���McCor- **>
*> mlck Uros.' big department *>
*>   store was destroyed by Aire to-  ���
��� night.   The damage   \*!*nt.- ���
��� mated at $100,000.   The Bight ���
��� watchman 1* missing and   Va- ���
��� lleved burned to death. �����
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER
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Wants
WANTED.
WANTKD -- REPRESENTATIVE IN
Westminster and vicinity by old
Canadian life insurance company.
Special contract given to energetic
man.   Hox 1!., Daily News office.
'BURNED TIMBER BEING
SCATTERED IN MARKET
WANTED���BY MAN AND WIFE,
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.   Apply E. W. Rossman, 129
Kast Columbia s treet.
WANTED ��� A FURNISHED HOUSE
for the winter, in New Westminster.
Reply stating particulars to Box 14,
Daily News.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping    rooms;    good    references.
Apply box S, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS    FOR    PKI-
vate boarding house; first class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 613 Agnes
street, city.
WANTKD���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write lire insurance in the district;
only good pioducer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vaucouver. B. C.     	
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 1)2 Hastings street east.
FOUND.
FOUND���A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for cither man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at any time free of charge witli K.
Greyell, 618 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALK���A NEW FOUR ROOM
cottage on cleared loi, one minute
from car. No. 324    Alberta    street,
, Sapperton. Price $151111; $350 cash.
balance every three months fo:- _'-
years at 7 per cent. Apply owner.
W. Hatt-Cook, 527 Front stieet.
FOR SALK���IT WILL BAY YOU TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
Government Trying to Distribute It in
Such   Manner Thr.t   No   District
Will   Be  Overstocked.
Gram-o-pbones
$15.00 up
Easy
Payments
m
Washington, D. C, Dec. 1(1.���In sel
g the timber burned during the dis-j
astrous forest iires of last August,
the government is trying so to distribute the wood that it will not over-;
stock any of the markets. Many com-,
panies wliich are buying this timber;
are "putting it in the lake," said Associate Forester Potter today. This,
he explaned, is a scientific term used
by lumbermen applying to tlie practice of storing timber in lakes or
ponds until ready for use.
By this treatment of the lumber, I
even though it may be burned, ac-
cording to lumber experts in the for-;
est service, most of it will keep for j
approximately twenty yoar6. Some
species, however, I hey declare, will,
become waterlogged within a short ]
period. This timber is laid around ;
the water edges where it will be the ]
first used.
In the Clearwater district, where [
the wood is particularly adapted to j
the making of wood pulp, the forest j
service is attempting to have some ofl
the pulp-making concerns enter the
forests and build their plants on the 1
ground for the purpose of using up1
the burned timber. There is enough j
of this timber, it Is said, with the re-'
duced price at wliich it is sold, to
compensate the companies for build-,
ing plants in the forest.
Much of the timber in the Missoula;
district,   according   to   Mr.  Potter,   isl
small, and readily can be used in the'
manufacture of  railroad  ties,   and  if.
given   some   preservative     treatment
will last many years.    Efforts are being made to have the railroads    use
this timber.
The One Best
ristmas  Gift
and the one that brings the most grateful
recollections of the giver is to be found in
Victrolas $100 to $300
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watciea for Ladies from $1275
iP.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents' open    case,
J7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walthaiu   and     fclgin
P.'atches.
Never has it been possible before to give so much entertainment and
genuine pleasure at so modest an outlay.    ^ Think of obtaining for a
few dollars the means whereby there is always at one's
command the priceless voices of the world's great singers,
exquisite instrumental melodies, by famous bands and
orchestras, and the best achievements of the kings and
queens of comedy. ^ Think of having all this in the
home ready to entertain yourself, a few friends or a
house full of guests.
Q Sizes, styles and prices ($15.00 up) to suit all purses.
Over 3,000 selections to choose from.
QI Double sided records are 90c. for the two.    Sample
by   maul  on  receipt of price and 10c. for postage.
flfl Call at the  nearest dealer's to-day and know what
this wonderful entertainer means to you.
(J Be sure to hear the VICTROLA.
Easy payments yy
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; bouse over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce. telephone, agency C. p. R^ and
Dominion Express agencies; neat-
New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. I)., P. O. Box 39
'���' '������������  tf.
FOR . SALE���CHANCE KOIt PORT
Manu workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 2US From
street, City.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
MONTREAL
Remember this trade-mark
Dealers Everywhere
and you can't go wrong. i��
FOR BALE���ON KASY TKK.MS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALK OR RKNT BY OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.
SIX choice building lots on Edinburgh
street, near Eighth avenue, only
$500 each; terms to arrange. This
is tho cheapest property to be had
in this locality.
TWELVE lots'on Tenth avenue west
on the highest ground in the city.
These lots will double In value in
the near future; only $500 at tho
present time, on easy terms.
Victor No. 1,
Victor No. 2, -
Victor No. 3,
Victor No. 4, -
$31.00
42.00
C0,00
I
Victor No. 5,
Victrola XII,
-  $ 75.00
-   150.00
250.00
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
FOR SALK OR RENT���NEW FIVK
room house, panty, bath room, sine
room, open flre place; large lot, for
sale or rent, or will exchange for
pait payment in good building lot.
New Westminster, Hnrnaby or South
Vancouver. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds.
TO RKNT-VKW SIX ROOMED
house, fully modern, close In; rent
$-0 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co., Ltd.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
KOOM TO RKNT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable, for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 2.'):; 8th St.
TO LET���FI.'UNISilKD ROOMS. AP-
lily upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street nnd fijirkson
ALSO choice building lots on Dublin
and London streets, west of the
orphanage, excellent view property.
This will some day be the most
popular residence section, as the
location  ls  unexcelled.
LOOK! Is this a snap? Large lot and
two houses near car and water
front, at Sapperton. rents for $17.00
per month; price $1600; only $.100
cash, and the balance to be paid
as rent.   Owner must sell at once.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628 and  746  Columbia
New  Westminster.
st.
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED.
rooms. 7(i.'i Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. 0r between 9 a. ni. and
���5 p. m. at Room 11. 628 Columbia
street.
Auction Sale
1 have received instructions to sell
by auction one carload of new furniture at my office, Walker block, Columbia street, on
Saturday, December 17th
Bale commences at 7:.'10 p.m.
Containing bureaus and stands,
beds and bedding, dining room extension tables and dining chairs, hall
racks, couches, chllTonlors, centre
tables, add mattresses and springs,
���writing desks, etc., handsome leather
covered gents' easy chair; also a good
llr.c In linoleum. Goods must be
wold; no reserve price. Can be viewed any time prior to sa!e. Terms of
sale, cash.
JOSEPH TRAVERS,
Auctioneer.
Phone 703. Columbia Street.
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
J
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        114,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dapnrtment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
63.00 ! Victrola XVI,    -
Call at our store and hear these wonderful machines play. All the latest records kept
in stock. Single side 10 in. 75c. ; 10 in. double side, 90 ; 12 in. single side, $1.'5 ;
12 in. double side, $1.50.
Easy Payments on Gram-o-phones  if desired.
You are welcome in our store whether you buy or not.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
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Now Is the Time to Invest
NOTICE
TO THE PUBLIC, MERCHANTS,  RAILWAY CONTRACTORS, SHIP
OWNERS AND OTHERS.
OVER   TEN   MILES   OF   WATER   FRONT.
Dockage with trackage, on Fraser river and North Arm ln 75 lots,
in city of New Westminster and surrounding districts of Richmond,
Sunbury, Annacis Island, Lulu Island, South Westminster, Browns-
vllle, Port Mann, Coquitlam, Matsqui and Parson's Channel, with
trackage.    Can sell any of the above on easy terms.
Port Mann lots and acreage on easy terms.
Dairy, fruit and chicken ranches ln Surrey and district, ranging
from two acres to (140 acres, at all prices and terms.
For particulars call on -   *,,
!
���r 11 -���      n-fc���
*iJSU.J**U.. .��...__,.
A. G. Marshall
Phone F507
South'Westminster
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
:*,5<$0 Tons, 7,000 Horsepower,
#0 Feet Lonjj ,18i/2 Knots.
��
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at  6,  7,  8  and  every   half
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. in., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
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-minute service from 6:10 a. m. until 11:30 p. m.     Sunday���20-mlnutes
service from  8:10 u. m.  until   11:30 p. m,    .
LULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Fhurne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. va. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT     -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for . l#warf. S. S. "Prince Albert" will leave Prtnce Rupei t noon Friday, Dec 23rd for Port
Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, Sklclegate, Queen Charlotte Clly, Jed-
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious (rains between Chicago "��'���
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toi onto, Montreal, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For time tables, illustrated literature, and all Information apply to
HAltllY O. SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet.
527 Granville St.   Phone 7100.
GENERAL AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC
L. V. DRUCK,
Commercial Agent.
Pbone 3060,
STEAMSHIP LINES.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO   LEE'8   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  .3.     718-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WE8TMINSTER. TURDAY,  DECEMBER   17,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.?
PACK 'ranam.
CHURCH|
{SERVICES I
'�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
(Changes for tbis column must be
left at. or telephoned to, tbis offlce by
fl p.m. on Fridays. Tbe omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates thai no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
Ivarty.)
Our Christmas Neckwear display shows some of the
handsomest conceits in neckwear we have seen.
In a Dainty Gift Box
WHAT   BETTER  GIFT?
The shapes are new; the silks are new ; the colorings are new.
50c. 75c. $1.00, $1.25 up to $2.00
A gift of unquestionable apropriatness -rich, lustrous and durable.
Some Gift Suggestions for Him:
Suit, Cvercoat, Bath Robe, Pajama Suit, Nightgown
House Coat, Umbrella, Suit Case, Cane, Gloves, Tie
Holders, Collar Bag, Suspenders.
All these   and  more   too at
,t
Reid & Company's
601 Columbia St.,  The Store of Satisfaction.
Sunday, December 18.
CATHKDRAL    OF      THE      HOI.V
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. 0 d'fiasum,
M.A., rector;  Rev, George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate.   S a.m., bol> com- j
munion;  T):;-;n a.m., morning prayer; i
11    a.m.,      holy      communion,      and ]
ordination by the Lord Bishop,   anthem, "How   Lovely   Are   the   Mes-;
sepgers";   2:R0 p.m.,  Sunday  school; j
7 p.m., evensong,   confirmation.    Ser-!
mon by tbe bishop.    On Friday even-i
lng at 7:30 tho closing Advent service
with sermon on "Heaven." On Christ-j
mas Eve there  will  be    a    midni_ht
celebration of the holy communion.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN,   Bapperton���2:30   p.m..   Sunday
school.  7 p.m., evensong and sermon.
"The Method of Judgment."
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deH. Owen, rector. Ser-1
vice al il a.m. and 7 p.m ; Sun-
<ia\ sihooi ai 2:30 p.m.. prayer meeting on Wednesday at ::'m< al the bom.'
of s. E. Mark, Acnes Btreet. Morning
subject, "Elijah's Cowardice and
What it Cos! Him"; evening, "Confes-i
pion, it.   r.p and Abuse."
ST. PAKXAHAS--ServLe at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m., Rev. C. C. Hoyle, MA.,
will preach.
OLIVET BAPTI8T���Rev. A. E. Bak
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday scliool nt 2:110 p.m.
Midweek prayer meetine on Wednesday al ei-jhi o'clock. Mottling, "What
Is Hie Gospel and Who Oughi to
Preach It." Evening, Evattgellsi Van
Blckle, of Toronto, will preach.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
ReV. E. s. O'Kell, B.A., pastor. Services at 11 a ni. attd 7 p.m. Cli BS
meeting at lo a.m. Bundaj school ai
10 p. in, Epworth league, Monday,
at s i>. in. Prayer meeting, Wednes-
daj al 8 p.m. Morning BUbject, "ilon's
Bti ehgth"i * ; enlng "Naamau'a
Pride."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rev. E
G. Thompson, M A., pastor. Public
worship: '.;'" nlng Bei - ice, '' a.m
e enlng, 7 p. m.; Bible class an I
Sabl ith school, 2 10 p.m ; Y. P. ?, C
i | .,.,i., ��� g p.tft.-, prnyei ������
Wednesday, 8 p.m.    Moi n i |e :t,
Tl >��� Day ot I e ill; in" il  ���
��� Sin."
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
Services a*  u  a. tn. and 7  p. ta.
y school ar 2:30 p.m.
The Cenfnl M^ tafe
Opposite  B. C. E.  R.  Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c.
Free Gift
For Christmas Week of
Fine Art Almanacs at
THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
To every purchaser of goods to the value of $1.00 (One Do'.l&r)
and upwards we shall give away any one of the following Specimens of fine art printing.    Ten different subjects  to  choose from.
The following description will give but a faint conception of the
pictures:
���Entitled  "Dreams"���Represents  a fair    lady,    young
Thc pleased expression  on  her  face  denoting  that
No. 1.
beautiful.
"Day Dreams" are of lhe usual and beauty.
and
her
No. 2.���Is entitled "The Return of the Sword"���There is a depth
of pathos in this picture that words    cannot    describe.      The grief
stricken is being handed her soldier husband's sword, slain lighting
his country's battles.
No. 3.���"You Can Trust Me"���n steed engraving after the painting by A. J. Elsley. The almost human expression of trust yet. solic1
tiirle in the collie dog as the child grasps 'ts young ones is vividly
portrayed���this will be a favorite.
No. 4.���"United We Stand" A well known picture of three
remale  beauties  representing the Rose, Thistle and Shamrock.
No. 5.���"Happy .Childhood"--P,oys playing marbles, this Is a
characteristic scene and will prove to be a picture of much interest
to boys, old and young.
No. 6.���"The Joy of Life"���From a photo reproduced in colors
depicting how the joyous hours are spent by the seashore ln the
good old summer time.
No. 7.���"A Photo of His Late Majesty, King Edward"���Many will
desire to have this as a memovrial of the "Peaceful King."
No. 8.���"On The Clyde."���From the painting by Sam Rough, a
hit  of lovely Scottish scenery.
No. 9.���"Holyrood Palace"���\ very fine photogravure of Scotland's famous Royal palace with its rugged scenery in the background.
No. 10.���"Cnanging Guard"���A scene of unending Interest to old
and young showing tbe famous Guards of our King being changed a:.
lhe Royal residence, Whitehall.
These pictures are genuine specimens of thc finest color printing
the engravings are scarcely distinguishable from genuine prints,   \\>
Inn e Import ed theift at considerable  expense, but   that  no  one  ma?
be disappointed in obtaining one tbe only restriction Is they be purchasing  goods,  value $1.00 and upwards.
"Quality always comes  first and we Sell for cash."
We have also put on a
SPECIAL. XIV1AS SALE
As a further inducement at this festive season, when . jft giving
m:ikes such deep inroads cm our pocket hook, we have made very
considerable reductions on our usual low prices, so that a little may
go a long way. ',
To particularize will not give yon a fair idea of what we art
Ing, we would 8 11 and. see for yourself.   OUT Btb'cft
plete and complete, but is being rapid!;  deplel   ' "   ��� on as pos-
��� and have your pick of the best at
ik m mm �� mt
Columbia Street.
Sofa Cushion Forms, extra well filled, each
Floor Oilcloth, good designs, per sq. yard,
Lace Curtains, double borders, per pair
...       60c. 45c.
��� ��� *
Outside Door Mats, very large size, each
Brass Extension Rods, each
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
New Westminster.
Wishing You The  Season s  Greetings
50c.
25c.
35c.
40c.
10c.
GIV E   US     A     TRIAL|������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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See Our Special Couch
in red, green, and brown Velour, well made
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
| S. S.  PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at ~ *��� n1- 7
First Class Passenger Accommodation t ,,
_OYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.   ]
New  Westminster. N
I "
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HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
and very durable, at each,  $4.95
Galloway & Lewis
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING I f
AND BLUE PRINTING     *
Sec
THE    SUNSET    BLUE     PRINT   CO
Trapp  Block.
Phone 711.
Box 160.
I
CANADIAN Mil
RAILWAY CO.
Week   Commencing
Dec. 19th,
Moving Pictures
and
Vaudeville
Up-To-Date House Furnishers
Comer Columbia and Fourth Street
Phone 809
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Bulldln.  Constructor.
Specialist in steel. Reinforced .0j*
cretB  and   Modem   UuilfltoS CoOTWM
lion.    Telephone 8t)ft.
Room  13  Dominion  ^V**"*'**���
NEW WESTMINSTER.
HATT COOK
The  Potato Merchant
.tnd Auctioneer.
527  Front St., New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimate* Given.
214 Sixth Strest. Wwtt�� 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER      I        B. C
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver  and  AfcM<
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
nnd Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���Fjom Vancouver.    (No. 96).
19:20���From Seattle and Mission.
���I'l-Ut)���From  Montreal and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8: no���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
IB:56���To Okannfian, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No. 9G). *
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
H. W. BRODIE, G. P. A., Vancouver,
couver. '
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Admission, 10 cts.
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Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. Q. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Iphons 861 Residence Phone 133
Westminster
Transfer Co
ufflce 'Pbone 1SS>    Barn 'Plone 1
Columbia Street
Beliefe  delivered   promptly   a
any psrt ol tie etty.
Light and Heavy HiuHi
'   , owes-*** osaor.
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The Dally ftews
J""?*"*"** merit ,,t heai~
Published by THe Dally WeW�� Pul)���sn.   ,,ve ~ ^^'T^L^. _f^
tex Company, Limited, at their offices j mau alf:li'* generally. ''
Comer   of    McKenzie    and     Victoria I 	
Streets.
��nc u/mly NEWS.
c. A
Paijje Managing  Director
{MARKET   j
REPORT   I
SfiJ'6NT^LAetC> 4
The mosl IntarflHtina #���,   * ^
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 77,1910.     SfftJ ite' ,!'i .T^i" J*"*1* 5unj!
______  rue cents i���,i��l  ,     ' "^PPed about
 L====^=== I For  ,ie   . ';t,0,v,,u'sl   ��<**'��� figures.
HATS AND HEADGEAR. same as ffE   Wc,'e  U,U('11   the
��o far as  we are aware the lii,0rv h:Sr^:i;f^
���ot tbe hat has never been written. Hu, Iin   ""��>   the  demwd    Zf/i? ?^*ht
the headgear of man has always V^\!S��^��SJTi 5*^
��d   an   imnortant   now   i���   ,,.���   ���,_, I fowl ^-^^ ,.h u,lh01"-   Other kinds of
SATURDAY,   DECEMBER
17,   16,
uch Easier It I
'1
""    'wiwS   S^T^M * fairly
ed
and politica
ther it i. the richly gemmed crown of
ue of .ne world, wiie-;;;^;^    -    --, ��� _ ii,,,-,,
- - ed crown of not   brought  SJart^SWnJLWere
^ anarch of prince,  the Celled fa*" * -��* ai, %e SSffi j
tui ban ol a  Rajah, the plumed head-      Beef   also   ���-,��  , I
dress of an  rmiian chJeff ()]e I)eculiar ! so|d oul     �� ��� 'J?1  <,,e,lllM    and
Nad covering of the Jewish rabbi, or   0ther Jl���d  were K.0"   ��D ,he,
the ordinary  hai  of Hie ordinary per-''"''""': ;"ld  a  ������'"  STS  ori   '��    *"'
��n, cac, and all have their partLTi JoKSi^r,^   ^ S
Import oi meaning.   And i, ���as been rats sca��.' ;     '' Jf position on ��
���o through the centuries and probably     Detailed avera�� Drfc���d "^ '"'^
WIU be for all  nine    to    come.    The  d*! ^ M  "*
ordinary every da, hai has always ,,,.  nt 2 "tai^T*6"' per i,,..,.,. 1() ���
<*ed  -       Peculiar   significance.Kb/ST*"* PW lb'  "KS
�� the pasl ii has been the stamp of  Mu"onTperJb Hl'
Individuality and the distinguish er of W lar*e- Per*lb "o. '? ,;!c
persons, J ea|. medium, per \\. '' '*,,'    "'   �� Bc
--- ������ ����s-P���,::-:;|
>:  ,.^ouic, per doz
covered whilst his subjects or p.ttend-1 fBf*- reta11' 't'1' dosen .
- Duller, per Ib
.-mis stand bareheaded.   This is an au-,pow-
      ��� mo i* an an    .,
clenl indication of sovereign superior- chVi PW rt02en ������
"y dat,n�� "ack to far off times a ( , r$eT '"' ''""*"
������ ta��"P old E���8),8h ballad, "K,ng DucS Vr^r
James and  the  Tinker." i.  h..-,  ...��� I Geese. I.        '"
this circumstance
 H5r
������.36c   to   Ide
������_���������*7   to  h
*a-:"�� to 17.60
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ������*i.f>0  I,,  $5
e Tinker," Is based on|Qeese' each  ""     *lr> '" *]K
* tinker was ^^^
to tbe inn-to this day known as The
Kns and Tinker-and they fell to
��������� o   the king, whom tbe tinker
22 ?h6d t0 Bee'   ^e huntsman
' "'      '"   "!,,:|"1   the   tinker   behind i
'7" a\d take hi,,,  ,��� the  king, and,    Mr ?T '���"" "F,i'i:'^-
r'""  the3   '���'-"-'  the  followed �� wS,amTAl .son11 D?dHa'e' flr8<
the r��yal llUnt" a�� ���ered except J��� J-ISS'; S^Da^V     M
iind ��h���x,.. .. .     Iflrst;  .M,.s   i   ,,-  ,.   :   MUl1 uamble
Becond; .ir.  m,.;���.,IL''.'��""��� flrsl ami
Society
ibe horseman behind whom the tinker
vas mounted; then it was that the
latter discovered, somewhat to his
concern, thai his fellow toper was the
king himself. One qr two Incidents
somewhat similar to i his occurred to
the late King Edward, much to tha
delight of that jovial and happy mon
arch. This kingly privilege was de
rogated in Tudor times to one noble
family, whose descendants continue
to exercise the righl to remain covered in the presence ol the sovereign.
\;ain lhe bat, or rather cap, occtr
pled a particular position In old lim-i
heraldry, The ancienl insignia of t
(ap of niaiiiteiian
-n^:''.;.n/Yl',;uhl iot���1 ��
toria.    ' d  Bhorl  vla't   to Vic-
^v!XtUUi' SWlnX0rd- ��
Wends Ke ^   ����*    end
Van-
with
r .
.Mrs. Claude 10. Holt and daughter,
oi Port Haney, spent a few days in
town   doing   Christmas  shopping.
a       .       .
Mrs. Henry Doj le entertained
Sin mg Circle at the   tea   hour
Tuesday.
To buy your gifts from a store where the range is complete and styles
exclusive. Our lines are the newest and from the best manufacturers.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Neckwear, Gloves, Shirts, Night Robes,
Pyjamas, House Coats, Bath Robes, Hosiery,
Mufflers, Boxed Suspenders, Boxed Armbands, Sweaters, Fancy Vests, Underwear,
Umbrellas, in fact everything a man could
desire in the way of furnishings.
EVERYTHING   ON   DISPLAY
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^.���������������������������������^^^��������������������������-{���������������������������������������������oeesee^eee; ������**��*������*��������*���������������������
'   "~   Brown &
618   Columbia   street. I
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*~~*������\**���w ^**^a~m���~mjmmma* *jo *s~ws~w
M.Aati'ilrn:'^_SiM*',_US <-t~.'^f&li_.*.-*aM%��*r-^
Great Chan
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the
on
There has been a number of bridge
parties during the week, among ih,-
hostesses being .Mrs. ,F, .1. Coulthard
on Saturday evening, and .Mrs. James
Brymner, who entertained at two
tables un Monday.
*    ��    ��
The Duodeclra club met al the residence of the Misses Brown on Monday afternoon, the mepxbefs present
heing Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss Nora
Armstrong, Miss Alma Lewis, .Miss
Vlda Leamy, Miss De Wolf Smith
Miss Muriel Shildrick, Miss Josephine
.Martin and Miss Marian Martin.
A
nee, for instance, was |    Mr.  and  Mrs.   Drysdale, of Seattle.
eymbollc of power   derived    by    the 8Pen<  thf ",vk t,ni1 in the ('"-v' ,he
,���. .     guests   of   Mr.   and   Mrs.   P,   J.   Coul-
bearer   from    the    sovereign.    ''"-s tlr rl
serves as a reminder that the worl J *   *   ��
liat is of comparatively modern origiti.     Mr.   and   Mrs   <;.  Bruce  Corbould
-.md that originally the headcoverint expect  to move Into their new resi-
, ,, , i denee on Queens avenue the rust ol
was always  known as a cap,    which   ,.���,,  ���.���lb
word   is   derived   naturally   from   the ���    ���    ���
Latin,  caput,  a   bead,    There  is  also'     Mr.   A.   GL   Hand   Is  expected   back
the   heraldic insignia  of  the  bishop's ( ��'ll|i  bis   family   In  a   few   days  and
mitre and the red hat Of the cardinal.: "'H spend tbo Christmas  holidays at
.his home on Queen" ������������
But  this ia a digression.    Out   uur
unso l<* >���
Master Harry Doyle entertained   a
few of his Hide friends on Saturday
afternoon when game* and other
[amusements ware provided for the
children. Among the number enjoying the afternoon were Maty and
Clara Malins, Catherine and Helen
Qrant, Edward and Mllllcent Greame, I
Mary an.l .lac'. Walker, Ronald
Brydges and Bill Dt herd
You have perhaps never had such chances to bu.v splendid Christmas G
now.   The great removal sale at T. Gifford's the Jeweller, is ceriainly an i
A tflance at the following- lists of Diamonds, Watches, Cut Glass, S'1
will convince you that we mean what we say.
Orders by mail from out of
town filled at once, if goods
;i ivi *******-'���'���
ifts as
event.
"verwear, etc.,
are not already sold. If they
are sold money will be refunded.
50 Alarm Clocks
ReK. $ 1.25
Sale   Prlee 50c.
Any one may secure any
article by paying a deposit
and paying balance when
goods are wanted. Make
selections at once.
 ___��� _��� I ���
zzh.Ta s^rsi-����;,���, -	
"  y,lu',80r hotel, or applying t() w
Qawston   u-;���j   .'.-.**  w   "
to Decembi
One-Third to One-Half Cost Price
 ____J��ra^��� cur advCTti..raenl,, ^^ ^ ^ �� ^
-���������.*   iiaie        ��u   rveanesdflv  n,������i -������**.* *\ s     .
^^^^Tu^l^rjS^-usj^ ,
aiar^-%i&^"^a^B^ ---.��
�������WM    througm ut    fhe 0' *      ll
t!'e    greater!     -Mr-   and   Mrs.   Cordon   ip   ,*
^ve |ssi,e i  invit /" (,1't'""ld!
��� of -heir ��'\'r   '"e   Wed-      ,	
��ht��--Marion ciaire. i the daily news.
Watch Special*.
Boys' regular $i.,.u, R ftiW
left
75c
part  of  Europe.    But  today  one may
lierambulate  the  streets    of London,
."aris, or Berlin and easily count the
'"toppers" that are to be seen.    Even
the English hank clerk, who less than
ten years ago would have been    Ln
���.-.taiiti.v  dismissed if he had entered
.i he i ortal 11 the establishment    to
whic1,   he was attached  In anything
bul a si's hat, nowadays turns up, in
a bowler   or BOft    felt,   though   tho
port;  i ap Is tal d.
The  i bangs   has   heen   gradual,   but
toady.     It   probablj   dates   from   fhe
secession ol   Edward  VII.,  who    fre-
lentlj    discarded   llie   silk     hat     ill
avor ol Lhe son fell Tyrolese Btyle
This comfortable head covering
low almost universally worn. Its
urin, shape and color are as diverse
is the counetnance of the human
iind. The brim may be large or
.mall, Hat or curled, bent up or bent
lown; the material may he of beaver
Inish,   rough.  gl08S)   or   smooth;   and
he color well anything bul a vivid
earlet or pure white,
There is indeed no longer any fixity
I  fashion   about   the   hat   Of  man;   It
i as freakish ami changeable as an
pri! sky, Nor Is there longer any
Unisphere of significance aboul the
it. A smart man may wear a smart
il   and  a  sloven   may  don  a  shabby
ia bul this Is ail there is to It,   it
Ight be wald that In the matter   of
its mankind has become coniUiuuJuod
XMASGIFTS
H*M>,   CW6ur. ���.   andZvne^
'UMSg's,   ���e���OSj   cadbury;   anj I
CHOCOLATES
anyde8,8nedbo-.^ngfromhaIf,b.tolQ^
UZ*' -regUlar  ,2;60i   **���* P^e
 $1.50
WSt Sr Mt"al U'aU'"' �� few
 $3.00
*S-S0.  sale price   $6.oo
Oirls' Open Wu,.0   ���>-.,..
*.*.** rhce, fio-yeara mmr
j'-'^d case;   nn,,i 51��
H.ble moie.nent. regular $liV
. ���J',prlM $'0.00
'���il,l^f'   Hunting   86-year   Uk
WW flUed   case     fltted     wi ,.
WaM .a... o. Kigin movemen
Regular |18, sale p,irt. $,3.00
Udta��' solid Ctold ilk, ,,.gllU,.
*'!'''1 s',k' Prtce  ...$25.00
Oents; gold  nn,,,  , 1K .^
$15; sale price ...     .. $8.75
����������� '	
A pair of Opera Glasses
will please, from $3.00
to $10.00
Diamond Rings
Solitaire,
price
regular
sale
$45.00
��o���r ,, "t,, -�������������    -due-
h'"ks. ��wea L:n: _z_t**
L^ies'     Brilliant     Hat     Pi
RHOtar  M.50 to  ss so- '
choiee for                  ,J-����'   >"'"���
 $1.00
^ "Sff BE.-! "T
Baby Silver Mugs at 50c.
* few left.
re-
tONDON HAP? a*****���^^���*****-*^^^^ DR:AR p,p��3
MORE MODEST IN PRICE THAH M03T GOOD BRAN03
Sole Agent for above Pip ��� in New Westminster
Pipes, Pouches, Cigar Cases and Holders
A great variety to chooa* f*-**-****
T. GIFFORD,
Diamond  EarrinB��.
P.IrantlJ,r1U-Pairs    ��*��J��tel,
'ieK"'ar *'���- *ale price $105.00
RwUarW; salepr.ee ,.$65.00
l^'l,rt7:i: sale pr,oe.. $55.00
L'dieS' So,id G��"�� Brooche..   V
���? ��Uamoa. sets. all at
d"oed prices.    See these
Ladi,e*' 3nd *�����* Umbrel.a, i���
��^> ����i sUvw mountings.
Stable   for   Christma.   cift,.
a___fT   "iani"-   M.
;':��''-  **  Rogers'  ,,,���,,..
Auto Strap Safety Razor
renews edge each shave.
sold on trial, price $5.00
ira a. reid c��^r��arf
Phone 3 IO
EGGS!
Green Gut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
j Central Meat Marked
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Elflhth  St. and  Fifth Av.nu.
i PHONE  370.
(Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters,
Manufactured by
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
HENLEY   lThe   *"��w   Pres,
W"TUI��-���   - Mrs. P. M. Domlny, Pro
l-TTh. Daily NeW8 Co.. B09 Victorle
Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. Q
Telephone    .  ,13. Office:   Prince., st r'RDA
y   DECEMBER   17,  1910.
I fcPORTING NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE rrt*w.
jgl TO 6UESS
JU 01 TODAY'S GAMES.
BOWLING
.oiy Square This Afternoon���
NeW Men to Be Tried.
wers too. three gtraigl
��� rh�� to Be Played   st  f?���*!  '''"���'"     '   ll0Bet   '     ' $W and
^��r M��tches t0 Be PlayCd    at   ttes la,
-   besi bowled
thi     -    tiers
h the 1 Igl
l*���6  "'-���   I -     total   lor    three
games.
. v lag is the score:
Roses.
l.    2     r,  th
I .
��� si   sport  thai
. ..i;-c! is expected
; :.;, afternoon when
;      .    will   l.e  inaugurated
te o .ames, the   I I ���
���  shops and the High
I- ���
,.; between the Rang-
LB
.: :he   city   :���:..
lol of interest In i ���   (
.,    wtU   be- a   greal
���  tbe park today    to
��� ��� the performances
. [liferent v"ms-
..       many new pl*y< rs on
..- any conjecture u
.   Barnes this afier-
���  of j.lace, but tl   -������
at the Ran. er? and
as optionally   wei.
O'Connor . ..175     161    152���492
. ..159   leg   1��5���498
B
Smith  ..
.177
14_   115���429
124   132-
14T    1F,4���4TS
Ave
164
K4
143
1151
159
���
McAdatn
i , li      , ;...
Wallflowers
1        2
718   ..47
. ���
. .
168
.-
���   I
i   Ttl.    Ave.
159   Wl���520   173
I    172���443
.  - -4*2
143
168    168    I4fi���4S2
170
14S
151
Ifil
170���629   176
757 2426
PITCHERS   MAY   NOT   EAT.
��� -:  shown in    today-;
I
}
*' "'-
.. -
M*   determine to    s   Suggestion That Regular Batsmen H,t
��� ���   snpport    .he:; for Tw,rlers_
....       es, every man inu-ti   I
P.'. . iid turn out to en      Annual suggestions to tlie Baseball
|. -     The  start ot thc       ��� ��� ��� Committee   are in   order, and
marks the culmination ���'  I ej   ...<   more numerous than usual!
ace  in  soccer  in  W�� time.    At least  one, however, is
Iperhaps worthy of consideration, and
it   is  possible the  rule makers    maj
. ier   it   when   they   soon   get   to-
15 and St 15.
I- ,:���Moody square.
I, Car shops and High Eether. This suggestion previdea (ori
sr Villa and Rangei .,. ,u:���ination of ,hp pitcher from
the batting order ami the substitution of a regular batsman for him It
is pointed oul with emphasis that i
usually the pitchers is so much dead-
wood with the stick; that because of]
his exertions In the box he ls no; ex
NCSODY  CARES.
,..,\t (M     Wrestling     ���'Champion-
;- .    Match  Abandoned.
j ���  ��� Ight   wrestling   cham-
���   nada is still undecide l
ikon and  Young  Wall '���'    '    ' ' Ml the ball with any degree
���" iorance a> to which La ': success, while ln running the bases
When ths time tor '���    -  -idem known to extend htm��j
, ��� OU1   lasl  nlghl  had ar- self.
Bazukoa  and  the  other     "11 spoils baaeball to see a pitcher
I������_���        -.. the scene, but, the audi- come to the bai in a tlghl pinch when
h           ed   a   very   necessary it's a foregone conclusion that he can-
Si          a .-how, was conspicuous not  hit  the ball outside cf the dla-l
;-              ��� mond," says an advocate of this sm:���
lng  side of Westminster Re8tlon.     "Under   the   present   rules:
it seem to be impressed ,,,,-,. ^ ,��� ,���.,,.,, a ftMle ,,,. ho ,.4k, ���
out to allow somebody else to bat for
him. In 'lie latter ca8S sometimes an
effective pitcher is succeeded b> an
J Ineffective cue who is hit hard, and
the  uame is lost.
"If the Huies Committee wl'1 eliminate the pitcher from the batting order and  put  in  an extra hitter in  bis
nuineness of last    night's
; 'nuance and they show-
. of appreciation by main-
::���
tne,
a
���able thai tbe bout will be
iii some other place, as the
H wi ment    recel> ed    here    last
sufficient to put the jinks
.-.    ���    tllng .ame here tor some Pl��ce, the game will he improved be
yond   a   ouotslon   of   doubt        Such   D
rule would enable a pitcher to have
[bank clerks have at last si.ni-  a i-ood real between Inning. Instead
I       definite Intention of not en- of usln* un hi. ener��v in a fruitless
...  ,   ,,.;,,���   i���   the   city soccer j attemol to hll the hall or run around
'n the linht  of this fact    the   th.   henes       ''''"-   "In-h   hitter   I"   a��
.; ��������� n team, which organized   a p.-. r,.,i.,v rent  |. ,.,,i,.ii,  .aaeha"
���   ago, will be given the bank ������.\ i��� ., . ..,!,.��� t f t****** h�� tr*-** ��� ������
drtt' dates and the schedule will go ,.,,  f,,.. the .p-'o-   wo -'-v nol  Mil
.   .   waa al flrsl arrange?
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xmas  work. We have
jusi received a Splendid Assortment of jWUigLJg1:
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The Vi hite House
617 Columbia Street
Deans9 Grocery
M5 Columbia St. 'Phone 38���>
Prices   That   Are   Right
Quality  Considered
i     ,            , $1.00, 125 1,50
Apples per box,   **���*"����
Cooking Apples, ���
cod Fi.h,             2 lb- b,o2c�� 2b��;x
Digby Chicks,
Shelled Walnuts, No. 1, 4*C      '
am-     * a    i *5c- ,b-
Mixed reel, _-   -.
am        *    ar 20c. lb.
Mixed Nuts, 	
i ���      co        r Ui 2 pkgs. 2bc
hmg (Pure Gold) *
Choice Table Raisins, One pound box.s 25c.
25c. ib.
C��COnUt , 3 lbs.   $1-00
Special Ceylon Tea, _
Sjecial  Fresh  Ground  Cot��ee, 	
b Canned Ga*--s*~** ** f��m<��� Q"^r ^
Wa Wan* Your Ordern.
C. B* Deans
the pitcho-  . nv ed tbe hiitln.  and out
oi the came and thereby Strengthen
��� ��� ������  '������ bere II Is most needed?"
Anotbei suggestion is the reduction
of the number of called  balls emii-
llns a batsman to flrsl base from four
to three.    This change is advocated
by some ol ihe most practical men in
basebaJl.    it  is matotalned ihai  the
hers   are   slowly   but   sur.:.'.    gdb
I   an iron gTip on the batsmen ��o
that   bitting and run-making are falling ofl to a minimum.   The foul strike
rule has done all this, it, is asserted,
and the raised box is another important, factor in  the pitchers elTeoiice
ness.
Something must he done, therefore,,
to lessen the power or tbe pitcher, iti
is argued, and a reduction of the call-j
ed balls to three may do it, With one I
less ball to waste, it is asserted that j
the pitcher must put lhe ball over I
the plate more frequently, and in thai I
wav be will run the risk of hoine met ;
w-jth more  successful results.
The raised box, which, accorling 10'
rule 9, section 2, must not be morel
than fifteen inches higher than the'
ball lines on the home plate, is an-'
other reason given for the wonderful effectiveness at the pitchers In
major and minor leagues. H I
enables pitchers to deliver the hall !
in such a manner the batsmen must |
gauge H at an ancle
If the -box should be made leicll
with the rest of (be diamond, it is1
argued that the pitchers would not j
have the batsmen so romeletetv at]
their mercy ?�� thev did la��t pei��on.
* r}.~ r*i-~'<*<*'r.{ this ci*** Tire insist th��'
Vi��i<-nl\i!l f. r,c \<-q .4 ... ro HqCCi.-i'-. ,*^yi
th"*    .'���(*   <--T.-.     -.-..j-,-   c-Mi    . ~.. ^p j; .1��
,-��� |t  I     HP    .-^-,.      f.***    m*,*~r,    .   -'.  ii'im
REPORTER  DESCRIBES RIDE
HE  TOOK   IN AIRSHIP
There are plenty ol reporters at
the aviation meets, but as their sheer
vationa are usually made from terra
tirma. we have so far bad very few
accounts of bow it really feels to fly.
The man who runs the machine has
other things to think abiv.it, and is not
usually a graphic writer. A corree-
denl ot the London Times, however,
recently took an air trip, belnq Invited
to go because he weighed 196 pounds
The aviators were having a weight-1
carrying contest The win. was blow
lng aboul twenty miles an hour, and
the rest of the competitors declined to
take the1  risk, so the  aviator and  the
reporter bad a "walk ove-," but nol
as tame as most victories of tbat
kind.     We  read
"The   worst   purl   Of  Blie.h   A   )0Umev
I for  the     novlca  Is  tbe  wnllhis    until
everything la ready  for lhe start, Tbe
sensation  of anticipation  is nol   un
like vhe feeling tbal one   has when
one is waiting tor s wounded bdai ,n
break cover trom a cornel Into which.
ho Is  dt lv i n      BUI  once  the  pi mudler
sinrts in whirl behind yon all other
thvu. hu-. beyond sxhllaratlon 6f rapid
motion vanish Vou have gripped the
Ptruts thinking thai you Will have to
hold  on  like grltn  ileal It, but  you  im
mediately find tint this i= nol becea
sarv The machine moVSB alone the
mound nt nn e\lrtiotdltinty patte, nnd
I only  know thnt  It   wns nctnnlly  fly
Ing   ivliii'i    I   s-i-v   thS   elevntitlE   'il'i'io
change from 'be horizontal, (if Hip
motion of nigiii it is dimctiit to Bpeak
dearly.   Bven in the hieh wind thnt
Mr Grace WftS now climbing, it wns
no moffl Minn Mm sensation of a beau
tlfully balanced motor cnr. The earth
- in this caSS the swartl nf the Lan
nrk raOS course seemed to he facing
nwny from under ns, nnd in a Mash
we were level with Ihe first pylon
an 1 the judge's bot,
"ThP  mnchine  whs  now   ut>  to  lBO
feet,  nnd   I  hpc-sme ptigrossecl  In   Mr
Mrncp's mpthod In  living     It  sppmPd
io rnp that his attention wns glued to
hls plevntlng plnnp. with just mmnpn-
tary elnncps out of his evp to judge
the rtlstancp by which Iip hnd to shun
each pylon In Its turn     Wp werp fioW
crossing fields nnd water     I could observe the gatps, thp wire fen'-ps, and
A man bathing in the wntpr. ThPn vvp
were round Into the wind.    Our place
IrrrnediatPly slackenpd. and Mr   Oracp
was working to kppp his machine in
the  air       As wp  erosspd  a road  we
wprp troing so slowly that 1 could oh-
Hfftf* the direction of the hoof marks
of a  horse that hid  rerenflv p
ff*Ste   all   observation   ceased,  hs   Mr
I Grace   was    now  bpttllnc   with    the
wind.      Wp   had   only  BOO  yards    t i
t'-avcrse   to   cross   the   winning   line,
hut  the dead  vvpi*hr  .  -it**-,   tbe wind
tv*,*     bringinir   the   machine     down.
Then there came S gust heavier than
'them all     it took the machiiv> inel uo
! [he rp'viisitp amount to cross Che line,
iand wp came Kettfly to earth     It had
I nniy hppn a four minntPs ride, but Ir
����� ..   certainly the most deliahn'ul ride
Ihai   r   hn 1   e-er   evre-i.Miced.       The
'onlv recollpt-clon thet I ha^-e that will
j describe the general sensation is thnt
of e\-.nlsite motion."
Santa
Claus
Headquarters
in
New Westminster
For all the
Good
Things
You eat and enjoy at
Christmas Time
CANDIES OF ALL KINDS
Nuts of all kinds
Table Raisins, Malaga
Grapes, Japanese
Oranges, Xmas Stockings, all sizes and
EVfRntilNli YOU
DESIRE
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phone* 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
B.C. Mills
1 imber  and Trading [ Co.
Manufacturers and Dealere ln All Klndg of
LUMEBR.  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FWISH,
TURNED WORK,  FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
TeleDhone  12 New Westminster Box  1S7
t
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��� ��������������������+������+���<
SEE   OUR   WINDOW   OF
I YMAS CHOCOLATES
JUST ARRIVED.
ALL PRICES.
I Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE  57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
> 444444444444444**
1TM8S FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
X ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAIL-
��� INGS���ALL     KINDS     OF     WOOD-
��� WORKING���DESIGNS     AND    ESTI-
t MATES   SUPPLIED
\ Westminster Woodworking Co,
J J. BROOKES, Proprietor
t WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Carline.
������������������������������������������������**<��#�����������������** ���������������������������������������������eeeeeeeee
PHONE 473
by   n  inability  nf 68,  the  poll   being
IT!',   for the sale  of  liquor anil     180
HS|iill = t.
Yorkton--Tl    majority   against   Ich
cal option
North     HotlldPoH    pm     majorit.
ncalnst.
Nokothls���-40  majority  acuitist.
Ovhow- in majority against.
Ilalgonle���42 against, BB for: majority against T
Unvldson���4:1  against,   69   for;   majority for local optinn, in
Maple   Creek--Local   option   defeut-
p! by 81,
Dtimltlrn��� Local option defeated by
B0,
i^i'Appplle- I.oral  option    Hpleated
by   'tt.
Areola���A-galnst   local   option,   84!
for, Rl j majority, 8.
Ptrasslmr. ��� 7T against,  32 for.
Carlyki���6B against, 29 for.
Melfort���Local   option  defeated  hy
30.
Weyburn���-23R against, 119 for.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15i the PP. Ttansfer will leave Urackman-
Ket   wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday  evening.
Upturning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
1:80 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning leaving New Westminster nt "i a.m.
���vs:
This schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
Works Hard to Aid
Man He Handcuffs
(Continued  from  Page One >
PROHIBITION  MAKES
POOR SHOWING IN PRAIRIES
Details or lhe recent volinir on lo-
,.i,l option in . asltinche.van, JiihI io
Immi, are aa follows:
The local option bylaw was defeat-
ed in Regina by a majority of 89, the
vote heln.   1KW'2 for and Ll'fll agalttBt.
Moose .law carried local option hy
a majority of 1!)0 Iti a vote of about
UOOOi
Prinoe Albert, by the decisive nm-
lot Ity Of 3i!l voted to turn down the
local option bylaw. The total vote
polled wits TTS, the figures being: For
ibe sale of liquor, r.4'.)-,  against, 228.
bdOftl option was defeated In Snska-1
ment of the barn were several head of
cattle. These animals had been al-
m "'^V | lowed to pick what sustenance they
���' could ahout the ilace. Hut they had
fared badly, and to use the words of
one who saw them, "You'd have to
tie knots in the critters' tails to keep
'em  from slipping through a  fence."
Corporal Marshall left his prisoner
in the house with his wife and immediately scoute I the neighborhood for
firewood. Fuel #'4S brought to the
house hy the offlcer and a fire was
lighted'. The prisoner and he then
went to lhe village and secured
enough food to last the stricken
household for four days. Then a doctor was summoned from TjOdnc.
Attention vvas then turned to the
stables. Oats and fodder were hauled to tbe place hy the mounted policeman and liis prisoner���a sufficient
steick for weeks.
McDonald told the man wbo htid
him under arrest that he and his
wife had not slept fosjin hour at a
time since the boy was taken down.
So Corporal Marshall turned in to
watch the lad while the man and his
wife sought repose.
Dr. Wood, of Ledne, arrived in
time, and administered to the patient.
He declared tho case a bad one and
aaid the boy might not recover.
McDonald and hts wife slept, and
all Saturday night, the mounted policeman watched over the nick bed,
giving the medicine at the necessary
Intervala and keeping the flre ujf.
Yesterday morning he quit his lone-
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
j
After The  Accident
A Question
toon by over 200. ly   vigil  and rousing  the    sleeping
Local option was defeated at Rost- mother and father, brought the latter
hern  by 82 malorlty, the vote being away.
52 Tor local option and 134 against. Marshall reported at the barracks
Indlnn Head defeated local option with his prisoner at nooa yesterday.
IF THR BRRADWIXN'KR MRETS WITH AN ACCIDENT AND
iS   INTAPAC'IATRD,  WHAT  ABOUT HIS WIFE AND FAMILY ?
The Answer
IF HF C4RVHFS AN ACCIDENT POLICE WITH TIIE RAILWAY
PASSENGERS* ASSURANCE COMPANY HE IS FREE FROM
WORRY THIS COMPANY WILL PAY A WEEKLY INDEMNITY
IF INCAPACITATED OR STATED  AMOUNT IF KILLED.
Don't Delay In Looking Into This Matter
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
4
���v \���*-*-** ...
���'S*v'-W I
. *���"
THE DAILV NEWS.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER
17,
1910;,
Santa Claus at Phillips'
A   MAN'S   STORE
FOR A MAN'S GIFT
K
im   *
r
Do   You   Want  Your Gifts  to be Appreciated ?
If so g.ve something that is of value and service
\A Dash   Through the Line\
Holiday  Suggestions Boiled Down to a Simmer'
EVCry Item Qu��ted Here k in HWy Accord with the Spirit of Gift Giving
A Smoking Jacket
and his favorite pipe keep many a man by his own fireside
We have them in all ,he newest designs and color, $4 to $12
Dressing Gowns
Gloves
in plain and fancy patterns/nicely trimmed with silk cord and
w,th fancy sdk cord girdle, .       .        $6.00 tollS.OO
SMART
'NECKWEAR
In almost every style and make from
the line kid an dmocha to these warm
Scotch knitted ones which are the
proper thing for winter. 50c, 75c.
$1.00, $1.25 and   $1.50
Fancy H
ose
Tn wool. lisle or cashmere in numerous patterns and colorings 35c, 50c, 75c
Silk  Handkerchiefs, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c
ancl    $1.00
Silk initial    50s
Excelda, plain and fancy ... 3 for 50c
Lawn    10c and  15c
Linen   25c, 35c, 50c
Arm Bands, fancy boxed, 25, 35c, 50c,
75c and     $1.00
Neck Wraps, the popular kind 50c, 75c
Fa"Cy Vests $2.50 to $6.00
Coat Sweaters $1.50 to $4.50
Collars  (any atjtte), per dozen $1.50
l,ml $2.00
Shirts  (all  style.,    75c to $4.00
Suspenders ,fa���cy    boxed I    50c,   75c,
$1'00a"d $1.25
Umbrellas, all  styles, plain or mount-
6d  l,an(ik>*       $1.00 to $6.00
Hats (sofl ancl hard). . . .$1.50 to $6.00
CapS  Wl Styles)    25c to $1.50
SuitS $7.00 to $30.00
��VerCOats $7.00 to $25.00
Raln0Oat8 $7.00 to $25.00
una
A Tie
;^2ZZ2ZLI^"0UNT 0F M"CHM'm8E and "'" ��� ���^'-���;..-:t" *nm
Kvery man appreciates ties, i; is the
only thin,, be can change every day���
�� enriches   his   appearance.   Merer
''ave we shown as wide and raried a
range as this year, and the pries as-
well jn reach of all, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
and  tt .,
 $1.2)
,    I ifil^
J
$f The Wardrobe
fTIColumbia St.,  New Westminst
Clothier
er,  B.C.
FOREIGN LEGION SOLDIEII
LEFT TO DIE IN DESEKT
Extraordinary   Story   of   Brutality   in
the  French  Army  During the Cam
paign   in   Morocco.
Paris, Dec. 16.���An- extraordinary
story is related hy a special eorres
pondent ol' the Journal in Eastern
Morocco relative to the deatli of a sol
dier in the Foreign Legion named
Weisrock.
On June 22 the Third Mounted com
pany of the First regiment, of the For
elgn Legion, left Forth ussa lor
Taourl, In accordance with the regulations tbere was one mule for two
men, who walked and rode alternate
stages at a pace of ahout three miles
an hour.
On the third day of the column's i
march, under a torrid sun, a new re-
crult named Weisrock���a young Al-
sation, whose father distinguished
himself under the French flag in
1870���refilled his water hottle during
a halt. Lieut. Hrlllal-Suvnrin, who
commanded the company, gave orders that water was not to be taken
lrom the wells and streams, doubtless
for fear  that  tliey were poisoned   or
dangerous to health.
Weisrock's disobedience was detected, and he was ordered to walk
the next stage Instead of riding, Heing new to llie service Weisrock felt
n's punishment grievously, for his
feet were very had and he found it j
Impossible to keep up with the column.
tacked hy hyenas, and jackals and,
in Ins feeble state, without a weapon
fo defend himself, was an oaky prey
ATE WITH  BULLET IN BRA|N.
FHENCif SOITDI DECLAtES
MOM LIFE IS TOO EM
WOMAN'S   WORK   DAV.
 ,.u ne was oraerec
hy ii sergeant to march yet. another
stage, making three in succession. Out
of pity hls comrade offered to let hlm
tide, but the offer was overheard, and
Weisrock was told that he must walk.
.Seeing the man's plight, however, a
corporal told hlm to hold to the tail of
his companion's horse. This act of
kindness  did  not meet  with   the ap
IIIOVIll    nf   ""���   It.....
by the comparative cheapness of fares I
a'"<  "ie rapuutv or ��� I  M ���        	
<'""1""""''i"i,)n| !"',-��� abandonitfg    the Psaaae.   ,	
m,"-"i''K and evening  w���,k  betwecn       "V   '" Elflht-hour Law Urged
Extraordinary  Fortitude cf a *. ��� ,,   I J their Jl()1���t.s iini, thHl. l)llsim,SH '" Washington State.
^   iris   %��LZ "H*- ���  That  Hum,_ity ���JlX^tt 7  �� H*^!*?   V     "��    ��
e^ of Resistance. ���en. again, if carefully stsrllised i. i* "��",S a day or sl* lays a week,
  ���"k ,fe8erve�� ** -vung fron, ,���ran.   Blanch?IT** ln the <'^��> �� ����
Pari, Ue, K.-A grave warnin, J^r!^^^ ��JS
"ttered by Dr, Touiouse *JSm__ Sf ��$> *erni8 of Jifoottol. H&P^Sa?��n?W' Ml�� ,l"> "'""
excessive comfort of moderateISli oiZ^ZeX S "'(' "������W fofiS SI mtloVTcl
(Popularity  of  nn.   tramcars,  0�����,!l  ���? ���*��?*? Slc^T.T   SUS?  nl"����� ��� <'J **
nnllnn i atso  deslrnu   t-Um   i .  .   . '
in  Paris  Restaurant
Pof lagging hPhtnH i, I  , Parl8' Dea 16,*~A m;,n "anied Ule-
' a seiSn, *g%* �� 2K �� **�� ** arrested in a resta^n,
~ ........ i. ii
here for  having  supped  without j>o.s
sessing the money to pay his hill.
He was taken to the police station,
and while he was being searched one
of the policemen noticed that he had
ii  wound in  bis temple,    Bleriot said
spotS��whS Weisrock ffSn8"   ���,he',,"d mel(,l>' Brazed  hla" temple"  ""Half   '"*  '*    Jn  tlle   h,��  Bhops  there are I ^  an exerdse'^n ?"Slns ,lle *���t-
The" �����S!!,Wer�� 8,i" ��'5��        |S*tW            " ,n lhe C0UrM ��f the!',er l,,�� effort "r 6��F"ing from '������e ^^ ^urage anTreX dSfoh'lSf0     ^'--��::;:   0�� '2    ft
knlies ST^^Bp^yo1    ^t he h���d walked aboul, had ^J^A?^  f��8 w""   bave' meat" "e't ffi % ^T6'^Mffl StST       "" JSSS
-in.            Bvefi tl)e ff0rWng olBww< seduced^ thee^0fecld ladies and ^ff^OlgP -..^jjj; jgg
MOSCOW        1907 135,^5,1 lm
rdAY.  DECEMBER   17,   1S10.
����*&&  '
TENDERS.
TENDERS addressed to
4$D ���ad and endorsed "Ten-
pfl\'l . Building, Grand Forks.
pertinent  of Public  Works   01 n
.J..���""8-'''   ' enotii  a thai
m'u!" ' '   ' form      .;,,,,,
f"d Blga< al slgnai
";1,:'   "'��� ipUoni   and
pJa"  �� ei             member
of the flrm
Each
by
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.1 SHERIFF'S SALE OF CEDAR POLES
Take
Under ancl by virtue of a warrati
.-��� ���   ���- "**-'. *>���*-���, occupationIexecution   against   the   goods   and
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
te notice tbat 1. William  Robert
Dick, of Vancouver,  B.(
bounded as follows:
anted
he ad
Commencing ai
���ior
h :
... be ,-eceived at this office
i�� be '   on W6dnetday, De-
!���" for tbe construction
^abUc BulldlBB a* Qrand ForkB'
|flcatlon and form ot con-
..���d forms of ii'inler,. ���^a__________________________________-
tf>be ���!?- office of  Mr.  Wm. te,^,df  :"  iol  accepted  the  chi   ie
rt   architect   v^I will be tet -
lerso-   [ ,,��� Po8t office
Vic-
Grand
res
, ���   at thd________________
i.   -.   ,1;i, Department
��� tendering are
r  ,    , be considered un
l?rs    L minted forms Bupplled
tne '      their   actual
Uons
.'���
'noi with
notified that
'SS
si:
plete the work contracted for.   if the
By  Order,
H. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Departmenl  of  Public
_ tawa, November 16, 1910.
na-l    Newspapers  will  not   be
RANGE
stating
ill      ****-*��� u��*     "�����?*���*- *,������,*...���     .. . ii     n,
their occupations  and this  ad i  tiEement if they
In  t'ue case   of without   authority' from
(nature,   the   na- tncnt.
place of 	
, of residence.
ihe actual  i-i
-  �� icupation, and
,0     i each member of the flrm
TENDERS.
\LT '>i"st be accompanied 	
*&* <*"$_ ortVT'S     SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
I sparable '" ','     �����?f   ,,,.,,c The Secretary, Department of Indian
��� ���      '    M"      ,,n,  ,,,- Affalr8' ottawa. ������'"d  -marked on the
ftoual to teri per cent (���r,(,M.��� .,.|,,m|(?i. Un. AU,|t        (...ls.
fofthe :."'���'"""   ,f,/^   ','      : 'lo--." v,in  be received  up to noon,
LJiubs forfeited if the person ,.....   i|; faJ erection
LS decline to enter In a con- nf     f ���        ���
"Jn called upon to do so, o (Cormorant
li     the work contracted ,,  (,
tbe tender be not accepted ine     piang and   Bpecificatlona   ma?
ue will be 1'etur1n���  ������,  ,,,���,,   ���_ seen at the offlces of T
Take Notice that I, Williain Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B, ('., occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease BOO acres of land
Works,  ot- bounded as follows:    Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
paid    fori>va,or on "le river entering the head
���y   insert   It I ��f   Dralney's  Inlet,  thence   north    100
the   depart- chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
'south   100    cliains.    thence    east    50
chains to post, of commencement. Purpose for which It is required, quarry-
Ing.
WILLIAM ROHKRT DICK.
Dated September 26th. DUO.
chattels of the North star Tole company, at the suit of Frank Willens, I
will sell at tbe North star Role company's camp, Koyal (lak road, Burnaby, on Monday, tbe nineteenth day
of December, 1910, at ten o'clock in
tlie forenoon, the following or sufficient thereof to satisfy the Judgment
.and costs herein. One hundred and
ei. bty-six cedar poles ahout 11 inches
at top, and about eighteen inches at
butt, from 50 to 65 feet long. Terms
of sale cash.
T. .1. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff.
December 12th, 1910.
Postponement.
The above sale is hereby postponed
until .January 3rd, 1911, at tbe same
time and place.
T. .1. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff,
BRITISH WARSHIPS
SCENE OF TROUBLE
Sailors  Were  Discontented
and Expressed Annoyance
-Punishments Meted Out
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
London, Dec. If!.���Serious discontent and open disaffection has prevailed on board the battleship Mars,
at Devonport, since she returned from
Bantry Bay, caused by tbe withholding of customary leave granted when
warships are in harbor.
When the potty officers wbo wished
to go on leave fell In on the quarterdeck, In accordance with routine,
about   fifty of the  men  fell  in.      A
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Take notice that an application has **�� ,wa��J)r��U��" "loaf"�� the RanR-
been made to register .1. P. Hampton *"�� f_ **? ': ��s' j1'1' ��}e n,cn ,M0
Bole as the own...- in Fee Simple, ������. i ordered off. Instead of obeying, how-
der a Tax Sale Deed from s. A. Flci- i ever' ��*> congregated outside the
cber, Assessor of the Distrlcl of West, commanders cabln-whlch Is on the
minster, to J. P, ll. Bole, bearing date \"P_T <feck-bootng and Jeering at
the 1st dav of December. A. D, 1902, tha1 offlcer< U ls *uneA' als0' ,hat
of all and singular that certain parcellone m:,n ,hrow ��� Potato a< Ul�� <)fflcer
Department does not bind lt- ,,,.,.,,,.,,,,  ,.,  Indlan    Agencies,  Van'
[
,t the lowest or any ten-1
By order.
K. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
.    .,   ���f  Public   Works,  Ot-
tnber 24,  1!>10        ^^
, pera  will   not  be   paid   lot
���      .  ement   if  they  insert  It
���
from   the   Depart
couver: W. E. Dlchburn, Inspector if
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and W, M.
Halllday, Indian Agent, Alert Bay.
Each tender must be accompanied
by a marked cheque made payable io
the undersigned for a sum equal to
live per cent of the amount of tender.
The cheque will be forfeited If the
��erson tendering decline to enter Into
TENDERS.
sv tet Iers addressed the under-
^ smi   indorsed    "Tender    for
-   tures, wiring, etc.. feuding
,     ... I   at
j.       . mentioned
|v. - will
Vernon,   B.  C,"
..  this  office  until
December 19, 1910,
...toned.
not be considered  un-
iii, and   in   aoccrdance
iHfttcnnilith'ms contained in forms.not be paid for.
��� .. .   . [irpartment.
a contract when called upon to do so
If the tender he not accepted the
cheque will be returned. In the event
|of acceptance ol tender the cheque
will be held until the contract Is
signed, when it will be returned.
The  successful  tendei er  will be required  to furnish a bond ih satisfa
tory sureUes for
amount  of the  contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The   unauthorized   insertion  of  this
advertisement In any  newspaper  will
or tract of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the District of
New Westminster, In the Province of
British Columbia, more particularly-
known and described as Lot 2*. block
6; lot 16, block 8; lots 28 and 29,
block ''���; lots 1 and 4, block S, subdivision of lot 202, group 1, Port
, Moody.
You and those claiming tbrough or
I under  you  and   all   persons  claiming
any interesl  in the said land by virtue of any  unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
' in   the   said   land   by   descent,   whose
j title is not registered under tlie provisions of tbe  "Land  Registry  Act,"
j are required  to contest   the claim of
Land   Registry   Offlce.   New   West-1tl,e   lax   l"'rchase    within    forty-five
minster, li. C, November 15, 1910.      'days from the date of tbe first public-
, j ation of this notice upon you. and in
land   REGISTRY   act. default of a caveat or certificate of
Ills  pendens  being  bled  within   such
Re   the   Northwest   quarter  of   Scc. | I'^nod. or in default or redemption be-
tion 24, Township 4, In the District of fo... registration, you and each o  ���
New Westminster
Re an undivided half of the   southeast quarter of section !���, township 13,
building  New  Wesl minster    district.    Whereas
Island,, proof of the loss of certificate of title
number 11985P, issued in tbe name of
be John Sweeny, has been  filed In   this
F.  Neelands. , offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the explraUon of one month from
date of the first publication hereof, in
a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
he made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
of the watch ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Thn result of this behavior was that
tho petty officers were ordered to return on board, and they were Informed thai no leave would be given. Sentries were placed all over the ship,
and the articles of war were read
twice. The men were told that the
canteen would be closed, the reading
room dismantled, and all smoking
'. stopped if there was more noise than
is  usual on  Sundays.
A number of petty officers have
been disrated, and ten of the men
have been sent to the Detention barracks at the depot, or placed in the
ship's cells.
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
~*'isiness Accounts opened
Ob favorable  terras.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.!,   B.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
C.
r��
will   forever   estopped   and
you
debarred
8  bond  in  Bansiac-  New Westminster. |f , ;mv (.,.|im m ,���. ,��� 10
a s���n, equal to the      Title number 13999A, issued In the ..���, of .,.., ,..,,, 1;in,,  ftnd , ������,,������ reg
PALMER |
GASOLINE ENGINES
%���_   to   25   II.   P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
J.  D
 ndian
Ottawa,  October  26,
flBttnil specifications to be seen
B  tlon to the clerk of works Department of
. Mr. P. B. Cotfett; Mr. '    ������  -���   ���-*-*���
JaWerson,   resident    architect,
. and at the Dei artment
|NI     'ks, Ottawa.
. IMder  musl.   be  accompanied
jUIWpted cheque on a chartered
|.:i,�����-.������ to    the order    of    the
E��r.::e   the    Minister    of    I'ubllc
���I lal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
ml of the tender.
Bj order,
R   C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary. I
liaal of Public. Works,
I   November 22. 1!U0.
McLEAN,
Secretary.
Affairs,
1910.
under-
addre8sed    to the
' ;. ' and  endorsed
Ua .rTt'uier   for   Prince
will be received
1911.
I Ik .-*
Ind a:
envelope
uoy Depot,"
II :.   ���: on the
Third Day of ^^'     ,,  Dppot
It Ue construction or a ""*-������,,��������
IMim Rupert, in tbe Prov..**���*' ��
hi* Columbia, Indudlnf tll<? ���    f
t Reinforced Concrete Wlia. i
Ner   approach      Trestle,      P?*3\t��.
ase  with   Chimney.   Buoy    bhe*
JH, Offices  and    Dwelling.
hutallaUon    of    Drainage
r'ter Systems.
PUns
SEALED   TENDERS    addressed'to
The Secretary, Department ot Indian
I Affairs, Ottawa, and mai ked on ibe
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Board-
in'. School," will be received up io
noon February 26, 1911, for the erec-
lon of a frame boarding school building  near Carcross, Yukon Territory.
Plana and specifications may be
seen at the offices of T. F. Neelands,
Inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver;  W. E. Ditchburn, Inspector ol
ndian    Agencies,    Victoria;    K.    C,
liler. Assistant fioid Commissioner,
Whltehorse, Y. T.; tbo Commissioner
of the Yukon. Dawson City, Y. T.,
and Percy Reed.   Mining   Recorder,,
Carcross. Y. T. ~~
Kadi  tendei" must  be accompanied |Wl ��� *
by a marked cheque made payable to
the   undersigned   for  a   sum  equal  to \
five  ier  rent of the  amount    of the1
tender.    The cheque will be forfeited
if the person tendering decline to en-
Into a contract  when called upon
to ;lo so.   If the tende,- be not accept-
name  of  Peter  Henderson,  has  been
liled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at, the expiration of one month from
tlie date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless 1 ���nthe meantime" valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. B.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New    Westminster, B. C, November 30, 1910.
sped of tlie said land, and 1 shall reg-
! ister .1. P. Hamilton Bole as owner
| thereof in fee. And I hereby order
that publication of this notice for
I thirty days in a daily newspaper pub
; lished in N'ew Westminster wlll be
.ood  and  sufficient  service thereof.
Dated at tbe Hand Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of November, A. D., 1910.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar
!     To .lames Hogtath, Robert  McEweu,
(Walter Lawrence, and Julia Catey.
Local Agenta
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ;
Estimates  Given on  Any
of  Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Re Survey  of   City.
Property owners Intending to erect
Stone or  concrete  boundary  walls, or
fences, should refrain  from doing so
until the re-survey of the city Is complete, as there is no provision  in  the
special surveys act allowing for compensation should  the existing  boundaries prove Inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall. November 24, 1910.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
r.t of
ftlM!��'lL��"cl!��ltie  will   be  returned.    In
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Applications for the position of
Plumbing Inspector will he received
by tbe undersigned up to Monday, December 12, at live o'clock p. m.
W. A. DI'NCAN.
Cltv Clerk.
City Hall. November 29, 1910.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smitl
of Vancouver, B. ('., occupation build
er. Intends to apply for permission tc
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption. No. 2961, thence north
about titt chains more or less, to or
near Saklnaw Lake, thence eas' 60
chains more or less, thence south SO
chains more or less, thence west 4"
Chains, more or less, thence north 4u
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
.TAMKS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20. 1910
IOHN  FFRD1NAND  BAOOS.  Aeent
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
:ine
and     Fisheries,  Ot-|,ory  sureties
Tenders  are  Invited   for  the  erec-
lon and completion of new warehouse
ATTENTION!
Don't fall to Investigate tbis proposition,   thirteen asses front hi g
on the Clark road. Coquitlam,    The Stave Bake Power Crmipastv line
runs through portion of tlie property.    Tbis is ��ie of  tbe best buy?
to be found In Coquitlam.   Price  $ntK��  per   acr��s;   terms,,    ore-third
cash, balance 6, \t and 18 months at 7 per cent, interest.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.   H.   McCormick  Manager Real  Est*te ReiM-rtmer*!.
451  COLUMBIA  STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  Bl C.
for
pn.�� the office of the Agent    or;;-������, (>f the ����traet.
tfcieiiment of Marine and  ttsb-     ThP low���t or any tender
la, Victoria, B.C.. Halifax. N.8., St.   a,ny accepted ,      rtlon  ���f this
fcxii, ouebec'and  Montreal, at;    Tho  ,mauthorl*>d  insenio
w Pest office,
it sum equal to trie ( ^  Kelly> r)0���gin8  &  Co..  Ltd.,  Van
iver, to be built on the corner of i from
The  unauf
^U^BCJ,;-,^, ,��� any ���sp-P"
|c.oii.��.,  *-*^^^^^^m
\ Tenth   street  and   Carnarvon    street,
! New  Westminster,  B.  ('.    Plans and
-.in I specifications mav be seen at the of-
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\ CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are dally opening up new goods, aiml are shnwhig the largest
line of WATCHKS, JEWELHY,etc, ever exhibited ta New Westminster.
Now is the time to choose tha   article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call ancl examine our stock now, wtren It ss complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball snd Longine Watches.
s Chamberlin5s jeX"lER
January    1st.    1911.   qattWly | L������������9������������������������.���������������t������^���^+1
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice re Water Rates.
Ratepayers  aie  leiuested  to note,
by order o f the council. thRt on and
ISd at the Custom House, Winnipeg.
��"i" Limp sum tenders, on the WO-
*** -     Depart-
|te lorm prepared  by    the
Itost. win he considered.
h . te   ler  must be accompanied
l��7 an accepted bank cheque In fa\or,
'    ���    .     -v Minister of Marine and
fisheries equal  to   live  per  cent,  oi
^ whole     amount     of   the   tender,
' e [US  will  be forfeited  If    ����*
tenderer  declines to sign
f* Articles of  Agreement above re-,
wred  to   or   fails   to   complete   tne
'.ing to contract.    Cheques
flag   unsuccessful     tendei s^
e   el uned. .  .. :
The Department  does  not.  bind n-
"���' ���    - cept    the  lowest    or    any
Mer.
Kswspapera copying this ���**���""?
���ttl     H   out  authority  from  the  we
iSrtment will not. be paid for same.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
Deputy Minister of Marine ana
Fisheries.
���Partment of Marine and ?l;her'er
ttawa, Canada, November I, *���** ���
.ot be paid for.    ^   p   Md KA?r
Pfcretary.
Department  of Indian   AffaPs.
Ottawa, November 4.
1 I I'll! - ,.....��.
water rates will  become operative
The present  25  per cent,  discount
will   be  allowed   from   accounts  paid
during the whole of the first month
I.e., January, April,
i flees of Oardlner & Gardiner,    archl
tects, Westminster Trust block. New  of each quarter;
Westminster, or at Kelly, Douglas of-[July and October,
flee Vancouver. The full account will
Sealed tender, to be delivered not; during the second month
Ufer than noon, Ixvemher 20, 1M0, ���*������ '���-- -_������.,,�� ���,
at the offices of Gardiner & Gardiner.
The    lowest    or    any    tender    not
necessarily accepted.
he   required
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
TENDERS WANTED FOR CLEARING LANDS.
After   the   second   month,   unpaid
quarterly accounts will be dealt with
In accordance with Water By-law 30.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
December B, 1910.
The  right, to cut   timber  under
*at*a   R96.  comprising j \'${'0
Tenders are asked for the clearing
nf ahout 328 acres of land surrounding   the  northern   half  of   Coquitlam,
'rt Tenders to be in my office not later,
than ti p.m. Tuesday. 27th  December,
the  following  Uns  In    n ^  ^^   ^  ^  ^  applic:1(inn,  ���pon  deposu
i sar^S b.��rj%. ** rJK- - *- ***** ���*** *-*
,2.R?0.00, '"f1";1"^   Wednesday   the : sarily accepted
P'    beT next, at the office;
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. Wate Hospital.
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
o'clock
*.th of Decern
of   tl,e   Dominion
New Westminster-
Timber  B��tll "^JJj, - Co)nil,hi,,
Timber   kg***^   lt
535. situated in
 ��� H. HAZLITT,
purchasing Agent.
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd
TENDERS.
lan area
shown on  plan
the   fu
11
SEALED   TKNDKRS   addressed   to
iderslgned, and endorsed   Ten-
���:"' for constmcttosi of two I w <n��wc
Dn! wooden dump scows for dredge
Mad Lark"   British   Columbia,'   *****
-\ at this office until I P"1 ������
v ���      December  8,   tWO.  ^nt   th*
instruction of the scows meniloiiect., ,,,..   .
Plana and specttcaAfoo ^d form of prtce^ana wm pilid.
5��Met   may   he   procured   Bit   the   or-   ""��
���** ^  Mr.   H.  A.  Bavfleld,  snperm-
tpnrtent.  of   Dredges,   New   Wesimln-
K��   B   C,  where  form  of  contract
"'"-'' also  be seen. .
Plans  specifications   a"'*    fnrm   ��
Wtitract mav also be seen and forms
11 lender  obtained  at,  the  office   01
1   _'-*t.*m   Henderson,   resident   arcbl-
���*****, Victoria, B. C, and at the Oe-
the Province or nn,,...,
.'oinprislng Section 2S, Township SO,
West of Coast. Meridian, containing
of ivtil acres more or less, \s
of survey, signed by
Mr. A. Llghthall, D. L. B. surveyed
In May. 1010, and of record
Timber and Grazing Branch
Department of the Interior
A license will  not  he. li	
amount    of    the    purchase
ground rental  for the
tbe
the
sstied  until
Abolishing Collection Plate.
A revolution of church  finances  is
(-;resaged by the abolition of the collection   plate   by   all     the   Methodist
churches  in   Cook    county,   Illinois, j
B^B^B^B^BB^B^a^a^B^sfl        Methodist  churches had
Re Lots 3 and 1, Block 4 being j the peW-rentlng system, and the col-
parts of a portion "A" ot Section 20. j lection plate method of gathering rev-
Block 5 North Range 2 West Spring- j enue has seemed to be a necessary
hill in tlie District of New Westmin- part of Methodist worship. It is highly significant that it. is among
Title number 15108A, issued in the i churches  of  this  denomination    that
_   u������ k.m ithe    initial    step   has   been   taken
which may eventually supersede the
time-honored collection plate by a
more business-like system. Churches
cannot too soon correct their lack of
financial system, with its dependence
upon chance contributions, social, bazaars, etc.   In their financial   depart
ster.
Title  minim,,   *.,...
name of Catherine B. Brown, has been
Hied in this ofllce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at  the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication here-
The conditions of PMWM,r""~r i 0f, jn a daily newspaper published in
rental, etc., are contained in in.     m - [ .)ie CJty Qf N<)w WeatminstBr> i88l)e a
her Regulations, a SOpYOI wmen may j dnplteat6 of the 8Rld Certificate, un
' -"-- ���"������>Hm�� valid oblectlor
on' ��WB0��*�� *
or  to  the  Crown
the
Timber
��� :-,,>curei
,!,,,���. iuiied.  "'   '.V(,,tmi���stei
A.ent  at New Wesra & KBVE8i
Secretary
,    Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
S 1 "Ihe meanUme valid objection
be made to me in writing  krith
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office. New   Westminster, B. C, December 2. 1910.
ment, churches should be as well organized ns any business enterprise.
The deficit which most, of them are
accustomed to face at the end of
every year Is not creditable to the
cause of religion.���Leslie's.
What About Thai
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
We have a full line
of Rogers Bros. 1847
Silverware. also a full
Selection of nigh grade
Carvers, Cutlery and
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Jia*\      *%t*^***\t^f
.: .i,,m
���*��J- y>   ���*���
-*'"'-_A, '--> r   PAGE EIGHT.
I THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  DECE
MBEr
/
,
n*    fc
f
Brass
Goods
See our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what you are looking
for. You should certainly see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before buying elsewhere.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
Those who are desirous of
obtaining The Best in
Business Training
attend the "Modern.'���
Enroll    now, no need to wait until
the Xew Year.
Day and evening sessions.
Modem Business School
610 Columbia Street.
A! L.  BOUCK, Principal.
of   the
useful
One
most 	
and
acceptable
Presents
you can give your father, brother, son |
or best gentleman friend is a pair of
Military
Hair Brushes
We have them
$10.00 per pair.
at prices from $:!.50 to
Our Holiday
Stock
Is complete, ancl as usual is well assorted. We have it now on view and
shall be glad to have you call and
inspect it. _ _,_���
Try us   '   '
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,   B.  C.
How About
That Dress Suit ?
Too   Small   for  You   Now?
Yes, I thought so. Well, it
lias served its day. Gel a new
one. It will be good for another
ten years. Altchlspn has all
Ihe latest Ideas from both sides
of the Atlantic, Open evenings
at Til Columbia streel for
mutual advantage.
our
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton  St., or
Vanstone  Heating and  Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
Applieatj0n liag ^een made to the
provincial government to have Mer-
rftt, B.J,( incorporated as a city.
D ry wood for sale. Walsh Sash and
D jor factory.    Plione 413. **
i A few choice lots close to Second
street, {300 cash. Held, Curtis & Dorgan, TOti Columbia street. **
Mr. Justice Murphy is expected
from Vancouver today to hold chambers in the supreme court.
The last issue of the British Columbia Gazette contains the notice of the
incorporation of the Burnaby board
of trade.
The fog was thick on the river
again yesterday, but was not bad
enough to cause any trouble to the
shipping.
A service for men only will be held
in the Edison theatre at 3:110 tomor
row afternoon, when Kev. J. S. Henderson will preach.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call the B. C. Messenger, day or night, any time, and he
will come to your aid.   Phone 761. **
Rev. Miller will conduct a memorial
service for the late John Harper in
the W��st Presbyterian church tomorrow evening at seven o'clock.
The B. C. R. R. yesterday started
the construction of temporary ticket
offices and waiting rooms on Begbie
street. As soon as it is completed the
old building wlll be torn down.
Just arrived. Small consignment
of that famous No. 7 Comox coal,
especially adapted for furnaces. Gilley
Bros . **
Lord Kelvin, Sapperton and High
schools, and Columbian college, closed
for Christmas holidays yesterday. All
the schools in the city are now closed
for the recess.
Invitations are out for a dance to
be given by the girls of St. George's
Physical Culture club in St. George's
hall on Decembir 29. Tlie dance will
be informal,
Mrs. J. E. Lord, of this city, yesterday received information to the effect
that her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Bran-
der. of Halifax, X. S., had died at the
age of eighty-nine years.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
net bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut .flowers.   Phone R 208 **
In  the provincial  police court yes-
i terday  William  Fryer, a  young man
;' from  Port Kells. charged  with  theft,
appeared    before   Magistrate   Pitten-
drigh and was committed for trial.
In one of the last games in tlie first
round of the billiard tournament at
tlie Royal billiard parlors last night,
J. li. Smith, with a start of 40 points,
defeated Jack Thompson, with a start
of 00, by a score of 200 to 139.
The new music has arrived.
it at the rink this evening.
James T. (Hoobin) Stout, a former
resident of tills city, was recently
married to a Tacoma girl, according
to advices received by friends here
yesterday. Mr. Stout wus for some
years employed at the Schaake machine works.
Rev. E. R. Bartlett has formally ac-
cepted the appointment as rector of
St. Barnabas' church, and wlll take
charge on the third Sunday in January, until which time Uev. C. Hoyle,
of Toronto, will officiate.
The remains of the late James
Miller were Interred at the Odd Fellows' cemetery yesterday afternoon,
Rev. A. Dunn officiating, J. Ferguson,
T. McBride, William Rae, John Mac
kie, II. Brooke and John MoDonalJ
were pall  bearers.
A substantial Christmas present.
Buy the wife or the boy a lot at Edmonds, where you have all city advantages, with suburban enjoyments.
A lirst payment of $r,u will secure
one. See Walker Bros., Edmonds,
about  Die  matter. **
A bunch of seven vagrants blew into town from Seattle yesterday,   Thej
police  got  wind  of  their  movements
and   quietly  gathered  them   in,  and I
they  will come up ;it  the police court I
this morning along with two drunks.
One of tiie latter, who gives the name
of McGregor, is alleged to have heen
making himself very obnoxious around
town for several days, and when arrested put up a big scrap. He will
be charged with resisting arrest.
The Norwegian Lutherans of Yancouver have just completed the building of a church, 57 by 32 feet, at the
corner of Jackson and Prior streets,
Vancouver. Rev. B. A. Sand, of this
city, has been selected as the pastor,
and will preach there for the first
time tomorrow evening. In the morning he preaches in the new I. O. O. F.
hall, this city.
Come to the rink this evening and
skate to the new music. **
Members of the choir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church and their
friends assembled at the residence of
Mrs. A. Munn on Thursday evening
for practice purposes, and took the
occasion of presenting Mrs. Corbett
with a purse in recognition of tlie fact
that she has been a member of the
choir for twenty-five years, during
wllich time she has done much for
the musical efficiency of the organization, 'rhe 'evening concluded with
some songs and an informal dance.
Hear
**    i
The Public
Supply Stores
We have just received a large
shipment of
Jap Oranges
Selling them at
50c per box.
Fresh supplies of
Nuts, Cooking and
Table Raisins and
Fresh Dates.
i
Buy now and avoid
the rush.
Our Turkeys
will soon be here.
ORDER NOW.
Do Your Shopping
EARLY
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
for the Holiday Trade
AU Prices.       All Sizes.
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.O.
SEE OUR WINDOW
jSome Good Buys
��� ��� ��� ������ ��� -- ���--
t Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School  I
t Price $850.00, Terms |
Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms \\
3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.     L$500.00 each, Terms i I
Sec us about Port   Mann
��� CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
| F. J. HART & Ca, Ltd. |
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bop#^^n<l^oif shop;
'comfortably '-  -- * -*\
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Small Articles
of Great Importance
So many small articles of
genuine worth are here that
gift searchers will do well
to bear In mind this list.
Silver and Gold Plated
Souvenir Spoons���New Westminster and other engravings;    guaranteed untiynish-
ahle.   Bach  -50c
Rhinestone Hat Pins���Set
with brilliants and colored
atones, all sizes.    Each 50c
to    $2.50
Hand Painted Sash Pins���In
oval shape with various
hand  painted  floral  designs.
Each   75c to $1.50
Maple Leaf Pins and Buckles and other emblem pins,
sash buckles, brooches, belt
buckles;   all sizes.  Kach   10c
to $1-00
"Baby" Pins ��� "Pet" pins,
"Darling," etc., in gold finish. Kach   5c and 10c
Pearl Cuff Links���For men
and women; also gold plated
links in various designs. Per
pair   25c To 75c
Fancy Collar Supporters���In
celluloid, gold plated, in tiP'v
designs.    Per set 25c to 35c
Attractive Evening
Gowns
$15.00 to $45.00.
What nicer to give for a
Christmas gift than one of
these handsome evening
dresses; all ready for immediate wear. They are attractively trimmed and tho
designs are favored hy every
woman who sees them. They
are In line nets, silks and
chiffon and the range of
colors shown contains all
the shades foremost In demand for evening wear; nil
size. .    Kach $15.00 to $45.00
Handsome Evening
Cloaks
$22.50 to $32.50.
In these evening cloaks Is
used tbe best German cloths,
shrunk and unspottahle.
Tliey are all tailored garments, lined throughout with
silk and each garment is interlined and wadded so that
they will provide the necessary warmth when being
worn. All nicely trimmed,
some with white fur collars,
others with frogs and braids.
Colors, grey, salmon, cerise,
mauve and cardinal.
New Dresdon Ribbons
A new shipment per parcel post just to hand enables us Ut make a
splendid showing of these popular ribbons now so much in demand
for fancy work or dress use. The showing contains ribbons ::'-j to
6V& inches wide, light and dark colors, in a splendid range of shades.
Per yard *. 30c to 50c
Hundreds of Remnants of Ribbons
in the remnant baskets are hundreds of ends of plain and fancy ribbons in all widths. They bear substantial reductions in order that
we may clear out the ends left from the season's selling.
Bay Your Christmas Parcel Ribbons by the Piece
Pieces of holly ribbon, Christmas greeting, violet ribbon, and green
and cardinal  Striped ribbon;  also plain ribbons in all narrow widths
ftnd    Color* Vlc.r.nr'    fr,.~.
Silks and Ice wool
Scarves
A"to        Scarves        -,,
Scarves and NeC gear.J*
All styles here _
range.
Evening
irves-
11 "Plendld
Ice  Wool  Scarves-
1,1 white
and colors.    Pieces from
���25c to 75c
Net and Lace Waists,  $2.95 to $5.50.
Net and lace waists have never been as popular as they are at the
present  time.
We liave received a splendid line in white cream and ecru net waists,
also a lar. e assortment of waists in all over nets. These waists are
all lined with China silk and nicely trimmed with Guipure Insertions,
many with heavy lace yokes, shown with long or abort sleeves; sizes
3-' to 42,    Each    $2.95 to $5.50
Battenburg Lace Waists, $6.75 and $7.00.
Made in Belgium entirely by hand, lined or net foundations; very
pretty designs in black, navy, reseda. Saxe. .ley and old rote.
Each  $6.75 and $7.00
I'"11 CTeam' M to 80 inch!
.������� 12 to 24 InchS   *tt
Each  .... 75r ,  V/
Silk  Lace Scarves    in , ,���
,lhl"k a^ cream, Cygft
tf with fringed ends a��
���hown with frilled edges ann
��*���!  all sizes   Each V
~    ...12
Silk   and   Chiffon   8carv��J
1"       white,      cream
'nauve,  old   rose, sky, ,,���./
champagne,     green,    navy'
brown, cardinal, et<
\* such wide varies in th
scarves that j, |a j,,,,,,,
to describe them here    ���
��!?�������    Prtcea   range,  end]
*1-���� l��  Km
Spangled Chiffon    Scarves-
Heavy    g||k    chiffon,   wit!l
spangles   of   gold   or   silver)
and edged with satin ribM
Kach    };55|
Knitted Wool Scarves_yan
ing In size from 6x36 inch .1
to  1^x7.' Inches, with kn -.
ted fringe ends,   fancy  ,,t.
simis.    Kach ...,35c to $2.;D
Monarch    Mufflers ��� t)[_r.
wise   known  as the B
muffler, made wit       *.���   -
shaped back. :���:  ,      ���,,. [ast.
enlng at front   Ea ;. ... 50c|
Satin finished Silk
waists,$4.50 to $8.5C
Waists     oj
as  Mervellh . j
Paillettes are ren 1
In  OUT new Chris \
lng    are     v. i In    whits
cream,  black,   navy, J
old rose, brown,        ii'agne
cardinal, etc,   i
also contains a !
of colorings  in
feta wai.-ts. till c lore Take
altogether you \< 111
an  unusually  largi
These  suggestions maj s
you in choosing  i Cl
. i!t   for   mother.    Bister
wife.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Yes wc can
Clean it
Our
Process of Dry Cleaning is
MARVfLLOUS
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 NOW:
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
We will hold it for yo;
til  Christmas.    Largi       |
lo  choose   from.     W'e carl
Qerrhard Helntzman, I1 tmii|
ion and   Doherty.   We
Victoria  and   Elisi ii   I
'Machines, Sheel Music, SewJ
ing    Machines,   etc.     I
payments if desire I.
Ait FvTpWS Music House ,
419 Columbia Street phone 6��4
OPEN    EVENINGS
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,000,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tho
Atlantic to the Pacillc; ln Cuba,
throughout the Island', also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NKW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
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.
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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