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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WE8TMINSTER.
V.U'MK 6, NUMBER 25(1
���fr*
Li'Ut.Xl ���'M>',l-:'" 'I
RITERS
I      StSTh'dard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, R.C., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1910.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
TORIES SHOW LIKING    HEAVY CHAlN WINDS
HI THE REFERENDUM HINDU'S LEG ON DRUM
[Familiarity
proposal  Tends To Knit
His Party Closer.
With Balfour's j Fraser Mills Workman Suf-
fers Terrible Injuries-
Victim May Die.
A Hindu named Lal Singh met witli
a   terrible    accident   at     tbe
Unci   Mills yesterday,
ing  boards  along one
them
^^^^ Fraser
lie was guid-
Londnn. Dec   --The few days    of
12,. sion  in   tbe    general     election
gilgn leave, it clear that the Lib-
ti, is a party, will bave none of a
Irierendiim on tariff reform, ���
Tlie Liberal  leaders,  from   Premier  Which   carry
ILuith down, in their public speeches  the mill to tbe other, when in
2noe tl.e pronouncement of Mr  Hal-  miUlT|(.,
tbe opi'osition    leader,    of    bis f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
f, ,;M,SS to leave tariff reform to a   ln the rh:Ur und was practically crush-
*.',;'.,':   .���;     !  .a-  frankly   deprecated   ��'d (|f
^referendum aa being unsulted   to     The    city    ambulance    was    sent
Grcs: Britain  and  as  tending  to  de-   for ami ,���e ^
,w Ih0 res,��.nsll.lllt>   of tbe repre-   to    thp    |U)Va]    (,,himl,i:in    ���(JJJJ
Ktutlve institutions.      _    _       There hie    leg was   amputate,,   and
everything done in an effort  to Bave
bia life    Last night he was reported
as doing well, bul it is doubtful if he
, will be able to survive his terrible in-
WIND THREATENING
WRECKED STEAMER
Northwestern, Bound From
Seattle To Alaska, Runs
On False Bay Rocks.
Seattle,
Dec.  2.���A  rising  wind   is
the chief menace to the safety of the
Alaska    Steamship   company's    liner
of the chains j Northwestern
from   one  end   of
on   the
which   went	
rocks ln False bay, San Juan island,
some I early todaj
QUENTIN McGILL IS
CHOICE OF SAPPERTON
BUILDING OE NAVY
WILL NOW PROCEED
Business and Burlesque Oc-1 Negotiations Now On With
cupy Time At Meeting--j British Firms For Estab-
Williams Withdraws.        I    lishment Of Naval Yards,
ase
Otta^ii,   Dec.   2���The   triumph     of
"in the meantime, however,  further
Ihnsiliaritv with the idea bas had tbe
(jfot of uniting  the  whole  Unionist
_\ and press In Its favor, and Mr.
Bilfour's ooiirage In adopting it is
tailed as having secured for his party
it exrelloDt prospect of victory. It
I a curious fact that at the time of
He rupture of the recent veto comer-
uce, an inspired statement in thi
fffi* asserted thai both sides to the
(onlerenre had rejected tbe referendum
K thai be thfl ?55?, Mr.  nalfour's
(Kision must bave been an after-
I . and it Is asserted in well Inarmed circles that be first consulted
hamberlain and obtained his
tttilt " ��� In the proceeding to
f ��� ...-���' .'I1y tariff reform by
j^ilgre si to tlie referendum.
��� 0-..--: ���    was agajji iu luD tleai
\r<:.::--
lb, Sail said in s speech at
toil    that    no    Irishman    would
I- - pie for an Independent
liftfsrlfamenl unless It were "ac-
ny&et' b*   :t  Hritish subsidy."
t9rard ('.rey, the foreign min-
u*t,*M     ���   ******* h a: Berwick:
"T.f;-   tei   measure nf devolution
jjjeaun  '" save   'he    House   of
Kimznr,' from perishing by the con-
atka SM  and  to  save    its
Jury.
^^^^^^ . ,    ...    Three  revenue  cutters
iis  foot   slipped   and  caught|and the wrecking steamer Salvor are
standing by the Northwestern.
Captain Croskle, master of the
wrecked steamer, has declined assistance from the Salvor, saying that he
will await the arrival of tbe wrecking
tug Wyadda, which has been dispatched from Seattle by the un,
writers. ^^^_
The Northwestern lies In, an ex
posed position and should tlie wlnr'
increase to a gale would  suffer fro
Boisterous hilarity and broad    	
wll reigned supreme at John- An hall,! the- government over tbe opposition in
Sapperton,  last night,  who
tentative gathering of ti
of the "beautiful subir .^'T^e^to1 of resolutions declaring there should
nominate    a    candi' nto    !lZZZ_Z be an appeal to the people before the
hope to place in      **   ^   ^creation of a Canadian navy, means
next    year.
Robert Ws'
ceeded
burlf
W
j. a repvti-jthe House of Commons on the naval
,e ratepayers  policy  and  the  overwhelming   defeat
.b    gathered to
jDte   whom   thev
the council chambet
DARING PRISONERS
ESCAPE fROM JAIL
Cunningham and Wilson
Scale Wall And Get Away
���Still At Liberty.
contracts for the construction of
Taking advantage of a moment
when they were not being watched as
closely as usual two prisoners at the
provincial jail yesterday made a successful break for freedom.
The two men, .lames Cunningham
and   James   Wilson,    together    witli
The    meeting
imituKi ; that, contracts ior me const me, hju m ,
elected  Canadian war vessels will be soon let.  some more prisoners, were exercising
.ti'.'
ABSENT OWNERS HOLD UP
COLUMBIA STREET PAVING
..son to the chair, and pro-
.o divide   Its    time   between
.* .ue and business.   But business
���'ti out in the end, and with some-
i'biiig approaching unanimity the con-
,,,f jntion  finally endorsed the Candida-
''.ure of Quentin McGill out of the five
/names  submitted to  it.
UU    W.I      **COOKIlt*     Win     Ms    ow..    ..
Tlie contract will call for tbe con-'in the yard about four o'clock: yester-
struction of four cruisers of the im-'day af',ernoon. The guard was
proved  Bristol  class and  six lorpedoi ., , .
boat destroyers of the Improved river ��� momentarily engaged in another cor-
class. ner of the yard  when tbe two mea
They are to be built In Canada and .suddenly made a break for tlie wall,
as there are no yards in lhe Dominion j climbing to the top by the aid of the
The mode of procedure adopted was yards.
capable of doing the 'work, negotia
tions are in progress with several
British firms for the establishment of
' 1 that of balloting.
Improvements  to   East   End   of   Business   Thoroughfare   Delayed���Hill
to Be lowered Eight Feet.
Although the Hassam Paving com-
the pounding of the waves.
The passengers who were take-        _| ���      mo__    favorites
by the steamer    Tees,    return-     a off apparently    man}    U\omU.s.
Seattle tonight.    They    will        _\    t0 | nominations being made in as
their Journey to Alaska on f      resume
ship Olympia,  which sails      M steam-
tomorrow,
The gathering had
seven 1
 ,   pnan^ I
minutes. Of these Howard Welsh and
Mr. Warnock promptly declined the
lienor, and the first ballot threw out
George E. Target and 'Chairman Watson. On another voAe being taken Mr.
I McGill secured a "majority of tbe total
w> the rocks at'cast over J. Irwin and Joseph Cam-
v/rki island, four miles eron, and the chairman called for    a
 *"���      ���**'      r.r,n{\rlcr*Ct*.      \U     the
Seattle, Dec. 2,���Tl
ship company's ster      A Alaska Steatt*
is hard and fast        ����<* Northwestern
Fal.-e Hay, San  '
REGIMENTAL SMOKER
HIGHLY APPRECIATED
from   Roche   I        ,asa i��iana, iuur u��i�� ������, "!__"����   ���nfidence
end of the C       Aftor,  in  the  southern  standing   vote   o *   <����JJgJ��
on  at aim *�� of Ceorgla.   She ��*nt nominee which was tesponaea
tfeet of I       M Ugh  tide, has thirteen great enthutfasm. ^ Ume wa8
pany is all ready to start on the pav-  may be        ,i��vir Sn tor forward hold, andj    A gooa ui.u u    i
ing of the east end of Columhla street
it may be some time before operations
are actually started.
lt   is   proposed  to  cut   about   elghl
feet   from  the  top  of  tbe  hill wh
I egina at Fourth street.   Before '
in.   the work the city authorit-'       ****���**-���
anxious   to have    all    the ~r>r* a*e
V*1 ,i��erty
a rele.4��..i (t
(lost and much wrangling was caused
thai there was present a
ton gratings in the windows and    in
a  second  were  temporarily   at  least
free men.
Tbe guard climbed to the top ot
the wall and saw the two men crosa
Queens avenue and disappear up
Ninth street, going in the direction
of  Burnaby.
The alarm was at once given and
all    the attendants    who    could    be
spared from the jail were sent out in
I pursuit.    The city police, tlie provln-
the ' cial police and the Vancouver police
| were notified to be on the lookout for
the men.
  About  six  o'clock  it  was  reported
that tbey had been seen in Burnaby
  and a little later a  rumor came    in
that they were in Sapperton.
Tho  smoker   held  at  the  armories      Both men are young and both were
lasl   in. bt  was  a  feeler  to  see  how   dressed in the usual prisoners' stripes
'the public would take such entertain-;wlien lUev made their getaway.
 "���-���   the' ^^
Free    and    Easy    Gathering  at
Armouries Provides Plenty of
Amusement.
Vai       rfitertkw��tern left Seattle for j by the ta<*tb^**f"  swpe^^aaslmente.""^^^"^7he"weatber   the|"-x^ngham wi'8 servinR a ��� t!!ree
n        m, Alaska, at  ten    o'clock    last numbw     ot     V0���*      questioned by   attendance of the public was limited, Months' sentence for theft and It te
s*. with t��teaty-six pasMfcgers and whose rtght to ^        ^ ulhevg thwe wag . {alr crowd there and hard to imagine what made Mm rteK
/to   tons of freight.    She struck the some ot   llt *'ea^   ' u present the entertainment certainly deserved 'a longer term in prison to es. aV.e do-
Aft*. at  -.�� o'clock this morning.      |cont��ded   M        >       \  Uie tu,.nout \ing a utUe Ume.    WUhams   s a Va^
4_]   The HHrtU, steamer   fees,    which ��� w.io ^��~f��n should he permitted to      n  waa one of the best things ot 1 C0Uver man who-was sent up lm:XMk
!*as  nearUj. responded to a wireless  actual Section ������������^ ^,  a candi-  the  kind  ever  held  in   Westminster.  tor breaking into a store in Vancou-
^^^ '  took' asrtst   >n  tue  uuiinu.
^all from Jhe Northwestern and
holders along there sign
Property
HWioo as an impci,l  authority. rf       tonage ���
:. '    ng  in John   Hednnmd s * -^.i.\g '<   tiUti
frvi.*-���*���:*..'.,��� -a-i-ii-i'   ��� ���-���   "  '��� "i'.'tty   through   .j(,    (.(inUi)Mi;_ihii
1 ���'��� ��� e Canadian provinces,     improvements.
,.i leeretary tor lr***\    There is no ,,hiec,
is- the referendum pro- the proper^ ll0i,j
!���. . .   :i  at   BrtttOl,  Sa' I    ������   found  t
j , accompanied by uni-Jtror^ig is thai
nml suffi There    were    other ''aftl'ders are r
i,.- Birrell    Baid,   hc.-.df.   country,    T
!��� I Home Uuic    Were the!authority '
T ed, prepared to submit ion beha'
i -n the (juestlona of the  until f
con-   until
the  i,o
the in
,���,..   ^a.  voiced by    a ; u was free from the coarseness which iver.    ue  was  to  have come up tor
mails,   which'dste     This nViremuked ��S    a man L SteS mars affairs of the kind and  tlla, at the spring assizes to be held
Vic-speaker,  who ien.';' .     bv tbe    ,        Mt    f g0(H, fellowship was pre- in May. J , ,
#' fl "d  fSd  W In     e   -nt  to  domfnS   and" cotitagious. Chief of City Police Bradshaw am
a  restlne easy,   meeting   ai d   hml   WW��    ��� f mce    tugs-  oiTl.-er  Stanton  spent the ea.ly  pait
,nder hr^Ue polls that be had^ not ^mutl.     ^  ^ ^e;.egeleecetion_ ���y (he baDd, BWord Lf   yesteviiay   evening   searching   for
gymnastics,       wrestling, | the  escapes,  succeeding    in    tiacing.
| '��������� rmy    expenditures,
i pital    punishment,
I Uptl o ol  nallwaj B    and
I.
p'  o-!
tur-
can-
tinal
jorlty at
.mingham
,   I'nionist,
iteven. A- D,
ma
Tod.iy's Polling  Places.
London, Dec. 2,���Tbe tollowln
J vincial boi      ;hs   will   poll   on   So
day, ��� .   ame of the goventmea*
dldat,    oming    first    and    the
Hpirea Bh, * mu the party
"if last .��� neral election:  Bi
Central. Nanton,  B,  Barkr
*'���'���'<  Birmingham Kast,
Bteel-Maitland,  I'nionlst       .,na    ,,..,���
team  South,   A.     Bi        '   ���,"l,:'-  '     ";
North, Hon. A. Hit-      ���w . '      "   ,n
WI.1M6;   BrlstS     ''f't?*Z w      '
Davis, Francomb"       _T   \    'i    iu^
toi Easl     C   E      "��� 1-il,eral- m:   H,lh"
Ul,ei.a| ',--,'.  '    .  Hobhouse.    Hannoii.
O.A. GibbsJ      '"���i81"'   XV<:^-S'0r.m'
brMge    s Unionist,   UW;    Cam-
Paget i nj      ��   Buckmaster,    A.    n.
SSfi;   miciiester, Vin
ion cm U ie pu*. of
v��rs    who     can     be
signing    the Ie]P;lf ,e   f)���,  the
four  of  tl ,e  pror��eit>
t  present    I n   thr    otd
,     ,ieir  agents  b ere  ha\ e  I 0
to sign any bi ich dorument
f  of  their  abso ;it   cH**is  and
ach  authorit.   1/    received    or
the owners retuj n, notlfing    an
done.   The matte*   has m **   ' -1'"
abeyance for a we.-,k or two add if
rompl  replies are r^eivwi from the
missing men. a star t. should be made
on the wort within a fetttttght.
LANDOWNERS  PRIEST.
Object te HavinjJ   Their Lands Encurb
t��ered 'tfcr  Reclamation.
Victoria, IH>c. 2i���A pnttesl has biter?.
filrd it*y landowners of iSumas dyking
district, in the district' if Now \V<n* -
iiuiisfer. a. iiinsl   having    their    lands
encunabered foir the iseclamatloa    of
! Sumas  lake  a.nd the tturnlng or ;.-o-
' teotirm  of rtie   stream  known as  Ved-
j der  river j.r   wosterl.*     extension    of
ChCliwack   river.    The signers of tlie
'[protest ai��> 't\. .1. T. Hall, Elsie Eink,
llliiiitah  Ball, S. U. HI ward, Mrs. ..    1).
Alwanl. K. Yi. Cameron, C. W. Bchurg,
John   Hepburn,  M    Hilton.    M. Hall,
off  tlie   ikB.ssengers  aud
it  is expected will I* lauded
U.-rin.
Ti,e  Movthwestsr.  **������
will   Ui rt>   feet of ���'���ater   uiuo^^^-^--^^^^^^^
Stem,  and  her forward  bold  full    orjpoit of  the  kind  that  ...
water     A great IkO/  must have l**-.r  the score board.    It was decided that
torn t*-. the   Northwestern"i   bottom.
The toertosh featun  st the mleheji Is
that 'the   ship  struck   when   tbe   tide
was-ilmost at flood.    At low tide., the
Xi.In!iwestern will be high on tlt��  reef
and may break ti   half.
Theie was iki ear. o in the forward
hold,   wliich   wav  to   have  been   tilled
ryA��� h   coal    ft_ INaaaimo,   B.C.     Bulk-
In ads protecWl the cargo in ttfte other
compartments, and   it   will  h��   taken
'���'it   uninjured
In llaro Sv.i.W, which separates San
Juan Island from Vancouver Bland, a
heavy tide rip rims, and it iS-supposed
that the nigt* being dark ami rainy,
the current murled the ship off her
course.
The Alat-ka Steamship company
will not gi\�� an opinion as tv> the likelihood of saving the ship. The Northwestern was built at Chester, Pa., tn
ISS'.i, and was formerly known as the
Orizaba. Her net tonnam Is 2884.
She was valued at   . LTitt.ooo.
only genuine electors weie iu order,
and the result of the ballot may therefore be taken as a true indication of
tbe feeling of that part of Sapperton
which takes au interest in civic affairs,
The nominee was then    asked    to
take the platform,    but    in    a short
speech   lwe   said   that   bis   policy   was
! not yet in a position to be detailed.
His first endeavor, he said, would be
to see that Sapperton got a square
' deal Buoh as it had not, in his opin-
! ion, received in the past, but at   the
same time be did not propose to represent that portion of the city at   the
expense of tbe remainder.
Approached after the meeting.    Ive
reiterated his statement that he was
not prepared to make any public ut
the  meantime
swinging,       gymnastics,       wrestling, i^_e  escapes,
music and boxing:   in  fact the    only <them ",1S ,a;.'a~ g/c   E7 R   Canlp No-
fault   that  could   be  found   was  thatlj m Uurnahv.    At the time    the offi-
the program was so extensive that ttjcera reached the camp it was so dark
could   not    be    finished    by    eleven jtllat u was deemed useless to pursu-   .
o'clock and some of the items had to investigations further and a return       ���*
be omitted. the citv was decided upon. w
Probably the  most  interesting fea-      yesterday's getaway is the firs
ture of the program was an exhibition take  place  from   the  provincial
of sword swinging  by  Sergeant Grlf- 8lntee 1904( when a number of
liths and C. Sullivan and F. Neilson. |���I.S escaped.   Elmboldened by I
'"'"- ���  js a new form of physical exer-jcess of i,is fellows, a prison
t io
.   jail
Alison*
eise  to  most   people  in   New   West-' an abortive attempt    to   re       **. mald,��
shot
ELECTION   NEXT YEAR
to
minster and it  seemed  to take  well
with the audience last  evening.
The band was a prominent factor in
the   evening's   enjoyment.     It     '      J
liberty late in that year, bu
down by one of the guar,'
a  prisoner escaped  from
several selections which were highly
enjoved. Two of the pieces, "The
104th" and "Lovely Lucy," were written bv Captain Leslie and show a
lle    'regarding  high order of merit.   They harmonize
���  anv    0f the importantIperfectly  and  are especially  adapted
U. policy on any   .of    >e     p \v fife and dn]m band
QuesUans  now  before TO Philpott's    tug-of-war      team    won
S^SffiaSf^&l    was    a'three   strait    pulls     from     Holly's
S"�� fW. would bear very close  hu^ky sev n^^ ^
BcrutUy. '
played i cjaj farm ^n Lulu island
away, retaiuing his li'
day."
was st
is.   In 1*09
the provin-
*nd got t,leav
iiiiy  to.   thiB-
PLEASED TF      jE eRaW0<
Cntoi
Dev
PO'
S'
Irwin.   Anna   Wilssm,   B
\   MacLeod, .lames Ilonn
 BafafjafjaK'"''' ~^__r^
ii. Thomas, Labor, -V ,,; lm
I'l.   Liberal  2301,    Labor    TS.'.t': \**
Oporl   (two membersi, S. S   Lith-  son
md  Hating, Sir  J.  .lack-son  Bn*|n^,^Ve^flz^^|7"c"oirinson,    BL    J
^oX   ^nr^o*rm7 Der-1 Thomas H
Ji,'      member,),   sir  T; Wm ^ Toop Wrn^ ^~ w^ r
Wliw-m    H   **'M- J��8ePh  "
*!5S_   Kord..>-r:i.iU  Arn^ft.****
 Richard John Hall, J. ������
iic   v   ft   i'  Vrtiffii  nm   m ���>������   nhion-1 Braim,
lat, i ).;���
���
K. Cook, I'nlon'lM. r.l'_'.   I'nion-
Hsstlnw, .lolmson. A. P. Du)Camp^l. H. H. ^lUnson
Unionist,    701;     Manchester
North, sir c. !���:. Bohwann, u. B, S.
Howell,     Lil.eral,     "a'.i;        Manchester
Northeast, J. R. Clynes, Taylor, Labov,
!'"V  Manchestern Northwest, sir ('���
Kemp, a. i.mar-Law (Canadian), Lib-
enil. 78S;   Manchester  Kast. .1.  Siittou.j
PfOby,     Labor.     lO.IS'.i;      Manchester. ���
South,    a.  A, Haworth,    Qlwetarook,L^Upj1 Union
Labor,   2452:    Manchester   Scutb west,,����""
COMPANY TO MAIL LETTERS
WIRED ACnilS
c T, Needham; A. Colefax, Unionist,
W7; Heading, Uufus Isaacs, K.C, Nelson,  Liberal, 2(17;  "Rochester.    E.   TL
Lamb, S.  F Ridlev,    Fniontst,    L12;
Salford   North, W. V.  Byles,    Potter,
Liberal, SG7;   Salftnd  South,   Russell,
''��� A,  m.  Burlow, Liberal, 816;   Salford West. Tilled, Socialist, 0. K. W.
At:iifw, Liberal, llalne, Unionist, Lib-
^i'    976;    Salisbury,    Warner,    0.
Locker    Lampson,     Unionist,     318;
Scarborough, W.  IL    l?ea,    Hon.    0.
Monckton-Arundell,      Liberal,      29��;
Stafford, R. W. Fssex, Nicholson, Liberal, 85;  Warrington, A. H. Crostleld,
s"iith, Liberal, \hii.
���** addition to the above antl    the
Metropolitan  pollings  some members
will be elected Saturday by ncclama-
'iiin.
Starts  Service  Which
Will Cut Tim* of Transmissian
11
hi   Two.
.New York, Doc 2.���It will be f>os-
sible tomorrow for a merchant sitting
in bis San Fraud, co office to dictate
an urgent letter io hb
In fhe morning
Uiinty that it
noon steamer
Europe on the samm u��..
Tbis abridgement of time and din.
becomes possible through the
il service announced
Union    Telegraph
tonight.
Report  that   Laurier  Will   Appeal
*; Country in fStti.      ^^ssj
Montreal, Dec. 2.���The Gazette, today,  publishes  the following  from  its
Ottawa correspondent:
There ii�� a persistent report eurtent
that the government has determined
to appeal to the country nexl isutumb,
and thai, with this in view Sir Wilfrid
Laurier has abandoned his pi ipoged
visit ti) London for the ooronation, As
soon as parliament rises nexl May, it
is  said, he  vvill  devote himself  to    a
tour of Quebec, the Maritime   provinces and Western Ontario
vvill   seek   tO  educate
the navaj ^question,
"The reason given for nils ohange
of front iv said to be tbe demand of
tho Untarjjv Liberals lo ne*'k the en-
dorsal ion of the government's naval
policy at the hands of the electorate,
as 'although   they   Intended    to    note
against Mr  Borden's amendment tor
an Immediate general election to test
public opinion on tbe naval proposals
tbey feel that an election net,
autumn wiH 'Iin possible."
teranoe   IB .  it._   i������nrtont-. I narFaotlv   nnrl   are   esneciany   uuayicu | .���lr,.j
Ole Olsen Amused
ience  L
In spite of tb
^^^^^_  | last night a fir
  ,     m uie pouiu.  .����    U.  Wintemute'out to the ope
!^*C;   .������� hroner of the meeting took  the  money,  while  i��  the  pipe Olsen through
,  T,e b,"ln  co       ^d   the platform race there were so many entries that   and eveltin_
";,Vnif,      *n  on   ,  to  all  and sundry  it was hard to say who won the prize. ��    B��
was ttoown open to . Vostlewaite boxed three table Ole, m
who cared to ��P^JJ^J^ansnt. rounds greatly to the delight  of Uie awHwce a
of   ,n,inu",al ���   *- 'spectators and in a  wrestling match Iplsnse.
O'Connor took two out of three falls |    X)ne ot     the most  pleasing features?
from Wintemute. f-)f ll>e s  how were the specialties put
Another Interesting feature Was   fc)on bet' ^een  a,,ts     EVery  mem|)er oi
I gymnastic     exhibition     hy       .Yilliam   the co mpany appeared to be a vaude
Fryer and O. S. Matthews, tlw> two ir-lvilla   Artist  of
.trtictors at   Columbian  college.   Tl.e I the'iv efforts
where
peoplp
nei.t
stenographer
nM   With   reasonable  cer-
wii, make the mid-aftw
from   New    *ork
day.
fo-
anco  ^^^^^^
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by    the  Western
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��� Insurrectionists Active. ���
jomnany tonigm.
The merchants lett��r will be r
ceLed by the telegraph compai
precisely as a message would be r
eeived, transmitted across the- co
Unenl. nt the usual toll* and the copy
at tbis end will be placed In a special
1   -���-���oinne.  addressed   as   direct-
e-
any
e-
con-
An As. mm Newspaper.
Jackson, Lav. Dec. 2-���A decided
novelty In the way of newspaj����r publications is eliuntly to be Introduced
at Jackson. It will be issued by inmates of the stu/e Insane asylum
here, It was announced today. Tbe
paper will be callfd the Bulletin iind
%,-i 11 be published "every once
while."
Id    a
El Paso, Dee. 2.���Secret ad-
'��� ices were received here at 8
P m. that the Insurrectionists
were planning an attack on
Chihuahua tonight. All details
Me lacking.
��i
envelope, addi
lia^,;flia:harge will he
the five c
sealed
ed, and i
S"'P-    Thents'"fnr postage
liable steam-
It is con-
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able in either
io Baltimore
Seattle.
or
from   Boston   to
A Greatgrandfather Now.
London. Dec. 2.���Genera! Booth,
already the proud possessor of thirty-
three grand-children, has been raised
to the rank of great-grandfather, Mrs.
J. Strachsn, wife of the minister of
Belgrave Presbyterian church and
eldest    daughter   of   Mr.   and   Mrs.
Booth-ciibom, having given birth to
ft son,
(inestiiiiis u,    ,**,. ,.���    _-
and the result vvas an emphatic
declaration ln favor of relieving improvements from taxation, by J. B.
Kennedy aud an equally emphatic.
rontleiMiutlon of this proposal by
Chairman Watson, who failed to see
wiuy equality of taxation would be
pitMlucwtl thereby. Mr. Watson also
dealt with tlie ,|ue.stlon of equitable
assessment suggesting that property
owner*-- who appealed against the as-
snesnd Wluatlotl i��f their holdings and
named a lower figure six mi,l be oom-
I .died tr sell tit that figure if any
offerers name foi ward The divergent
views ul both speakers were loudly
applauded by the meeting, with mag
nilloent  impartiality.
The question of schools was also
touched upon, it being tbe opinion of
one of tl�� speakers that these are at
present t_r�� centralized, with tbe result that gating children have to walk
"two or three miles" to school, to
their ofovi. is disadvantage. Howard
Welsh mov. tl that a candidate for tbe
board of tnastees be nominated, but
on learning tbat tlte labor Interests
had already Dominated a resident of
Sapperton, concluded that this would
serve the purpose.
Another qootlon that occupied the
attention of Chairman Watson was
the improvement of tbtV Praser river,
ami be sounded a note rt' warning
apainst the policy of demanding that
tbe North Arm lie deepened at the
expense of the main chaiutel, which
be declared should be attended to
first.    The meeting then clotwd.
Qtientin McGill, whose candidature
now bids fair to be supported tflrongly
by tbe Sapperton insurgents, is a
tlative of Prince Edward Island who
came to the coast about six years ego,
since when he has resided In Sapperton. At first he engaged in the dairy
business, but Is now a real estate
agent. He hns not previously served
on any public body.
A. G. Williams, who threatened to
enter the contest, bas withdrawn,
, Opera Hby**��A?Mif
JSt Night. . I
e inclement  whithef
it class crowd tnrned
.'a house to follow Ole-
a maze of interesting
events in his American"
Holmes, as the re.loubt-
lule a great hit with   the
Jd provoked volumes of ap-
accompliahment a>uI
former performed on the vaulting
horse while the latter illd some clever
work on tbe horhontul bars.
On the musical part of the program
s piano and banjo duet hy Messrs.
Sawyer and Lawrence wns well tv-
ueived nnd a bsujo selection by A.
Oxenbiiry also proved a gieat suc-
oess.
HOKE AMEUCAN DOLLARS
ON THE WAY TO IRELAND
entertainment
were no small pai i "Btit-
#'
United frish League Sends Remittance
uf $1D,00 0,Making Total of $60,-
fiOQ in Six Weeks.
PHilbnthropist Dead.
Buffalo, Dec. 2.���William P, Letchworth, aged 87, widely known as a
philanthropist, is dead at Glenn Iris,
near Portage, New York. With Ills
death 1000 acres of park, Including
the falls of tlie Upper Genesee river;
become, by his gift, the property of
New  York state.
Boston, Dec. 2.���On the eve of Important pollings tomorrow in the Biitish elections, the l'nited Irish League
of America, through Its treasurer,
Thomas B. Fitzpatrlck, of this city,
forwarded today lo the Irish Nationalists party another remittance of $10,-
000.
This makes a total sent ln tbe last
six weeks of 960.000, of the "American
dollars" which have caused adverse
criticisms by a section of the British
politicians.
Duke ef Manchester's Condition.
London. Dec. 2.���The Duke of Manchester's condition is serious, following bis operation for appendicitis, and
he is Ihought to be dying.
Ecclesiastics Must Resign.
Home, Dec. 2.���The official bulletin
of the holy see today publishes a
papal decree forbidding ecclesiastics
to occupy administrative posts.
Where now held they must be resigned within four months of the date of
the decree.
California's Population.
Washington, Dec. 2.���Tbe population of the state of California is 2,-
377,5411, according to statistics of the
thirteenth census made public today.
This is an Increase of 892,496 or 60.1
per cent, since 1900.
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Knoxville,    Tenn.,   Dec. 2.���
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The town of Copperhlll, Tenn.,
���
���
near Ducktown, is burning. Me-
���
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Cay's hotel anl six stores have
a
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til ready been destroyed, with a
*>
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$GO,ooo   loss.     Twelve   other
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buildings are on flre.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, DECEmBEb,
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WANTED.
WANTKD���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write tire insurance in the district;
only good p'oducer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 503
Dominion Trust building, Yancouver, 13. C.
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR LIGHT
duties at Yictoria boarding house;
good wages. Brunette street, Sapperton.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity   of  New   Westminster.      Full
, particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.     (
STRAYED ��� RAY MARE, FOUR
years old; white face. Finder
please inform the West Knd grocery.
FOUND.
FOUND���A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for either man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at tiny time free of charge with K.
Oreyell, 618 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
FOUND���A SILVER WATCH. CAN
he had on identifying property and
paying expenses. T. Furness, -lib
avenue.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
DON'T overlook the opportunity to
Make money in New Westminster's
best residential district. Get in before the raise in values. White,
Shiles & Co. have some extra good
buys in this locality, wllich it will
pay you to investigate.
NINE choice lots on Seventh avenue
west, near the new B. C. Electric
cut off at $525.00 each, on easy
terms. These will advance rapidly
In price as soon as the work Is completed.
MODERN homes in all parts of th;
City for sale on easy terms.
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near the orphanage, $1400;
small cash payment and balance as
rent.        ���
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $2700;
$600 cash balance monthly.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALK���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get our casli prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003. New Westminster.
See us about a new five-room house
on Ilamiliton street, one hlock from
car line; $2400 with small cash payment.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628   and   746   Columbia   st.
New  Westminster.
<(
Man to Man"
CITY SNAPS
THREE LOTS on Dublin street near
car line on high side; the three
best lots in this siib division. Price
$760    each,     balance    6    and     12
months.
An article on New Westminster in
the .November Man to Man, which is
just out, should prove of interest to
citizens of this city. The story of
the founding of New Westminster in
1859 by Colonel Moody; the upward
struggle of the incipient city and its
position today as an industrial center of great commerical activity, are
all told entertainly by C. H, Wale.
Illustrations add to the informative
value. In addition there are many
splendid articles hy various well-
known writers. C. H. Gibbons tells
of the explorations of Hon. Price El-
llson In the Vancouver Island interior,
accompanied by his daughter, Miss
Myra Ellison. The same writer describes the arrival of II. M. C. S.
Rainbow and "the Transfer of Ksqtii-
malt." Krnest McGaffey has exerted
his wonderful poetical facility and
told the story of the Mill Bay road
construction. R. K. Gosnell recalls
the sturdy struggles of tbe first fruit
growers. Norman S. Rankin follows
the Edison moving picture actors on
i tlieir recent tour   through   the west.
I These are only a few of the contents
of November Man to Man. Tbere
are also several bright fiction stories.
As a general all round number, giving valuable information of Biitish
Columbia, and giving it in such a way
that it ls not only merely dry statistics, November Man to Man is certainly the best issue yet published.
As a gift for friends in tlie east who
are anxious to learn about this country, it cannot be surpassed.
Your Opportunity
Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to be sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
W�� THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what experts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the pre-
vince as honest and conservative operators with long records of succasses and
untarnished reputations back of them.
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over stoie,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce. telephone, agency C. P. R , and I
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particu-1
lars, appv to A. C. D., P. O. Box '20 '
city. tf.
	
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40'
acre blocks in cultivation. %'1',Q an
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Box 29, city. tf.
'FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen: comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition.
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City,
FOR SaLE���ON EASV TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
CORNER LOT, 12th and Hamilton st.
On car line. Price $1100, one-third
cash, balance 6 and IL" months.
PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., Ltd
Phone   669.
HOSPITAL^
Westminster P. ivate Hospital.
2.3 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagions medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
New Westminster
Mail Service
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly meeting on tlie tnira
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any montn-
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS-
t^rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
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FOR SALE OR RENT BV OWNER.
seven room modern bouse on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RKNT���FFRNTSHKD ROOMS
with board. Apply 51, corner Sixth
and Carnarvon stretts.
TO RKNT���SINGLE OR DOUBLE
room.    Apply 205 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���NICELY FL'RNISHKD
rooms suitable for ladies. Enquire
at 703 Agnes street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
ipolv 719  Tr����w atrstft**
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 Sth St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
ColiiniM?  ��tr��><��t  an/I  Clarkson
TO      RENT   ���   FURNISHED     BED-
rooms.     703   Third   avenue.     Apply
^   after 0 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5  p.  m.  at  Room  14. 623 Columbia
���tre^t-
Gardiner & Gardiner
'F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room  6,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661 Residence  Phone  133
EGGS!
Green Cut B:me to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL ��. ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE 370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   >
any pert of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. K. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..ll:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. K. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7;30
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily  except   Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
idaily except Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All points east and Europe  (daily)     7:30
23:00���All points east and Europe  (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)         7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills      (dally      except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Cofiuitlam    (daily   except
Sunday)       7;30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)        H:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam idaily except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville,   Sunbury (daily
exrept   Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annacis Isl ind Monday
Wednesday and Fri-
day      13:30
10:00���Wood wards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Sid-
in. via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   16:00
!0:00���Abbotsford, Matequl, Hun-
tin, ton, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:30
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)        7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, -11 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. 'I'. PRINCK, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent for the Hall Sa;e
Co.    Office, room ">, Market Block,
opposite   City   Hall,   Columbia   st.
ii ty.    Phon�� IJ578.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY      .     TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.: circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
REAL.  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance Agents-
City,  farm  and aumirban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteit
and detail work. Desimis and esti
mate�� furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box 251, Pbone
473.
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value 51.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR, Manager.
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.     There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
The Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
nwmmew em
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Plione 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in tbe city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. .1. Trachy, Prop,
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
E. N. Sutherland
H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full  sized  lots on corner  with   six   room   house,  on   Thirl
avenue  between  Second  and Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
1'-  acres  Immediately  adjoining  the townsite and  being  in  Section  27,  Block  5,  North   Range - west.    Price $900 per acre.
This ls the cheapest buy in tbis district today.
Burnaby
Lot on  Third  avenue  within one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near Tbe Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coasl Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily excepl Sunday
1:00 p. m  l)!l">'
i 30:00 a. m
111:30 p. m
TO SEATTLE.
Daily
Daily
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSl MANA j
_er G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 357f��. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ure beld in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth street a,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
T.   VV.   MacDonald, financial  secre-
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 16, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, ut 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
tjCl^,"|��Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:no a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westmln-
ster ut 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda/
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m...Dec. 3, 14, -'7, dan. 7, 21
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
Doc. fi, 20.
TO  HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND CHILLlWAC
Leave  Westminster 8:00 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE, i
G. P. A.. Vancouver. 9ATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS-STAIR   RAIL-
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Cerline. PHONE 473
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PIONEER   NEWS  SAFE
TOUCHED  BY  ROBBER
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18'/^ Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF
For
Victoria & Seattle
2.00 p.m., Saturdays.
Some burglars are silly. One recently Imagined he might find cash
in Dick Burde's money box and proceeded to work late on bis hunch.
Tbis is tho way Richard tells bis
troubles:
On Friday night of last week some
smooth and well-informed person en-
; tered tbe Pioneer News office through
a   back   window   and  got  away  with
about thirty dollars in cash from tbe
safe In the front office.    The outside
combination of tbe strong box bad not
[been thrown off and a simple inside
lock was easily worked. The foxy robber left no clue except tbe Imprint of
J one of his boot marks on the outside
wall as be was negotiating the window passage.    Tbe police are on the
trail of a suspect and have hopes of
landing him,
Future visitors of this nature to
the Pioneer News office may take the
advice that there will not be enough
money In that safe, locked or unlocked, overnight, to buy a stage ticket tq
Cameron lake. Should this advice be
disregarded, and the treasure seeker
be disappointed, he Is now asked not
to let bis sore feeling tempt him to
carry away or destroy anything that
could be of no value to him.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, am) in 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 Dspartment���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
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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Raincoats ��� this is the
double purpose Garment
���Overcoat and Waterproof in one.
$9.25
5 pairs
Black & Heather Ribbed
Wool Sox
$1.00
Blue Serge Suits, in a very
fine serge; this is a bargain you can't afford to
miss. Regular $27.00 for
$20.00
Overcoats---KackBea\er
Cloth, Velvet Collar,
dressy and warm
$10.00
Boys' Heavy Tweed
Ki^ckers, lined with
x tl^nnejette
85c.
Men's Fancy Striped
Underwear, a good
wearing line
90c. Suit
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iu*    ct    New Westminster, B.C.
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(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofllce by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
Party.)
Sunday, December 4.
HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL���
Rev. G. C. d'Easum, M. A., rector, Rer.
George A. Ray, M. A., assistant curate.
Celebration of Holy Communion at 8
a.m.; Matins, holy communion and
sermon at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; evensong an dsermon at 7
p.m. On Friday evenings at 7: llu during Advent special sermons will be,
preached on the Four Last Things;
Death, Judgment, Hell and Heaven.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7:1!0 p.m.; Sunday school at .:'.',{) p.m.; prayer meeting on Wednesday at 7; 30,
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D., pastor Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.
ST. BARNABAS ��� Holy communion at 8 a.m.: sermon by Rev. Archdeacon Pentreath at 11 a.m.; Sunday
school at 2:'M p.m.; sermon by Rev.
Mr. Hoyle at 7 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a. m, and 7 p. m. Sabbath
school and Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
Morning subject, "Commercialism or
Evangelism"; evening, "Why Go to
Church, Anyway ?"
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.  E
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship; Morning service, 11 a.m.;
I evening, 7 p. in.; Bible class and
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. C.
E., Monday at 8 p.m.: prayer meeting.
| Wednesday, 8 p.m. Morning subject,
"Peter's Shadow"; evening, "God ls
Love." Miss A. Watson will sing at
the evening service.
; OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bat
er, l astor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at -:"0 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednes-|l
iday  at eight o'clock.
1 ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
Services   at   11   a.   m.   and   7   p,   m.i
Sunday school al 2:30 p.m. Uev. J, J.
'Ueid  will  preach  morning  and even-1,
ing.
SAPPERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev. J
E.   D.   Braden,   pastor.     Services     at
11 a.m. and 7:M0 p.m. Sunday school at I
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at S p.m. Rev. F. s. O'Kell will preach
Iin the morning.    The pastor will oc-j
cupy the pulpit in the evening.
SIXTH    AVENUE    METHODIST���
Rev.   F.  S.  O'Kell,  B.A.,  pastor.    Ser-1
vices at  11  a.m.    and    7  p.m.    Class j
meeting at  10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.  m.  Epworth  league,  Monday, j
at 8 p. ni.    Prayer ineeting. Wednesday at 8 p.m.    Rev. E, D. Braden, of
Sapperton,  will  preach  in  the  morn-1
ing. Pastor's evening subject "Isaiah's
Call and Yours."
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIR-
gin���Columbia street, Sapperton. Sunday school, 1!:30 p.m.; evensong, 7
p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship,  11  a.  m.  and 7  p.  m.    Sunday
j scliool, 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting,
Tuesday,  7:30  p.  in.;   choir  practice,
I Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev, C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; ser-
i vice 11 a.m.; class meeting, 12 a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting,
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD      METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Surf-
day school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m.    Dundonakl school
j House;  Service nt 2 p.m. and Sunday
| scliool at 3 p.m. Rev, W. Ewart Jones,
! pastor.
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|     CHURCH   OF   CHRIST���305     Durham,    JladhjQ . ftfffttt, prt;:v,___I: ?un
Ida.    e��V\'l0es,   ii   a.m.   and     T  P.m.
| iVtilk day service, every day at 8 p.m.
! SOUTH WESTMINSTER METItO-
iDIST MISSION���Rev. .lenry WU��on,
ipastor. Sunday, schoO1! nt Iti a.m.
I Church service at 11 a.m.    _, I
WEST,    END    PRESBYTERIAN-.
I Twelfth   stieet.     Rev.   James   Held,
I B.A.,   ppstor.     Public   worship   at   11
a.   m.  and   7   p.   m.    Sunday   scliool
I at a: 30 p. m.
j SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
'Hospital street���Andrew Grieve, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
: school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m,
'!evening service 7 p.m.; people's meet-
! ing Thursday 8 p.m.
j GOSPEL HALIr-Corner of Sixth
j avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
;j. J. Rouse will preach at 7 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL    BIBLE    STUDENTS       ASSOCIATION ��� Meetings
i every Sunday, 630 Fourth street, cor-
1 ner Fourth street and Seventh avenue,
at 3 p. ni.    Also on Thursdays at 8
p- m�� * i.    :u... *   . ..-.,*��� ���...,.,. ���
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
JJiJLSUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
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80 acres in the southwest quarter of Section 31, Twp. 12, N. W. D.
Price $40 per acre;   good terms.
140 acres in the southwest quarter of Section 20, Twp. 12, fifteen
acrea cleared; small orchard, six-roomed house; barn 35x40 feet;
price $70 per acre;   good terms.
25 acres ln the northwest quarter of Section 20, Twp. 12, ten acres
cleared. Eight acres more for clearing. House 24x24 feet, barn
4Hx40 feet, shop 20x40 feet, chicken house 10x18 feet, woodshed
18x24 feet. Stock: Four pure-bred Jersey cows, 30 white leghorn
fowl; kitchen stove, one horse, light wagon, one cream separator and
dairy outfit; one set of blacksmith's t ools and stock valued at
$1500.    Everything goes at $4500, on good terms.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.  H.  McCormick  Manager Real Estate Department.
451   COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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 nign grade
Carvers. Cutlery  ana
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd,
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XMAS GIFTS
4   In  Ganong's,   Webb's,   Cadbury's   and Lowney's   Z
\ CHOCOLATES *
���    In fancy designed boxes, ranging from half-lb. to 10 lbs.
*Specia+
MORE MODEST IN PRICE THAN MOST GOOD BRANDS
Sole Agent for above Pipe in New Westminster
Pipes, Pouches, Cigar Cases and Holders
A great variety to choose from
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, DECEMBERn(
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The Daily News
published by The Dally News Publisn-
lag Company. Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKemle   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing Director
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New
Wellington
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1910.
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JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
THE   CONSERVATIVE   POSITION.
There can be little doubt that every
good Canadian, be he Liberal or Conservative, ls filled with a feeling of
real regret at the result of the Drum-
mond-Arthabasca election and the
causes which led thereto. The aspect
cf the situation which this affair has
created is a serious one, and we are
not likely to hear the last of it for
some time to come. There is, however, a certain section of the Conservative party which does not hesitate
to express its approval of the Bour-
jissa campaign, and to utilize the so-
called nationalist victory as a means
of satisfying a petty spite against Sir
Wilfrid Laurier. To such the Globe
issues a timely warning.    It says:
"A good many Conservative politicians still seem to think tliey can
run with the Xationalist fox and hunt
with the Imperial pack. It cannot be
done. The Quebec Xationalist movement i.s a serious one, and must be
seriously met. The other nations of
the Empire are committed to the principle of local defence. The refusal
of the Quebec Nationalists either to
make a contribution to the support of
the Hritish ''leet or to begin preparations for the local defence of Canada's
coasts and commerce' raises an issue
that is absolutely vital. Self-respect
���demands that we shall cease the attitude of mendicancy. Canada is a
young, strong, vigorous nation which
in every respect except this duty of
naval defence has set up house���as a
nation within the Empire���on a self-
sustaining basis.
"And we may as well meet the
point raised by Mr, Bourassa firmly
and fairly. He says that Sir Wilfrid's
navy is only Canadian in time of
peace: it is Imperial in time of war.
If by Imperial .Mr. Bourassa means
that the Canadian ships of war would
defend  the interests of the    Empire
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
BO CHONG
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Who has been in the Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number of years,
has opened up a similar business in
this city. Latest fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
54. or call at Kwong On Wo Building
���lfi' Columbia ttr����t_
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ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladles from 11275
np.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527  Front St.,  New Westminster.
Phone 550.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete nnd  Modern  Building Construc-
against any aggressor at any time or tion.   Telephone SOfi.
in any placed is    absolutely   right.;  Room   13   Domlnlon'TrU8t  Building.
Tlie Canadian naval force, however,
Jike tiie Canadian militia, must remain absolutely under the control of
fhe government and people of Canada,
iind most assuredly would not aid in
wars in which Britain were to be the
aggressor without the consent and
approval   of   the   representatives     of
the Canadian people. That is the only attention   to
position open to    Canadian    Liberals      gotiate(1'
who believe in the self-government of] ���
the nations that are united under the '
flag of tbe Empire."
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
T. P. Morrison J. H. Taylor
Phone 024.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
all   orders.     Contracts
EPIDEMIC  OF  TYPHOID
IN  RAILROAD CAMPS
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Kdmonton, Dec. 1.���Unsanitary conditions about the construction camps
on the Grand Trunk Pacific is responsible for the filling of many cots in
the typhoid wards of Edmonton hospitals. Though this season of the
>ear is generally regarded bv the
medical profession as the period In
which typhoid and other germs are
less apt to be contracted by residents
in Canadian climes, it would appear
that a typhoid epidemic is breaking
-out in the railroad camps between
here and the Rockies.
It was stated at the general hospital Iapply to
last night that there were in the
neighborhood of fifty typhoid patients
Tinder treatment there, the greater
number of whom are mon from the
railroad camps. The disease is not
the virulent typo, it was stated
Patients suffering from ii have been
arriving from the west almost dailv
for the past month.
The men afflicted with the disease
.-ire usually from the laboring gangs
-and foreigners seem to be Immune!
���none have yet been brought into the
'City for treatment. Just, what the
mortality from typhoid has been in
the city hospitals of late could not
lie learned last night.
Carelessness in disposing of refuse
about the camps and neglected in put-
ting drains about the temporary
shacks occupied by the employees on
construction work is given aa the
cause of the outbreak.
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic    Dec. 3
New triple screw, 14,81)2 tons.
Canada   Dec. 10
Twin screw, 514 feet long.
For rates, berth  reservations, etc.,
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N.  R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A..
618 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
CHARGES     CRUEL     TREATMENT.
Story Told  By Victor Clark, a   Barnardo  Boy,  at  Windsor.
"Windsor, Dec. 2.���Victor Chirk,
-aged thirteen, a Barnardo boy, was
found in a pitiful condition on the
outskirts of the city last night by
two trainm.n, The lad tells a story
of cruel treatment at the hands of a
farmer near Ruscombe, for whom he
���was working. He says he ran away
when unable lo stand the abuse any
longer. CU |f is oeing cared for at
thc police baadquartera until the case
ib investigate',
T^r
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���Prom Vancouver and Agassiz.
12:10���Prom Montreal,    Kootenay
and Okanagan. (No. 97).
17:05���Prom Vancouver.    (No. !)(!).
19:20���From Seattle and Mission.
22:50���From Montreal and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To Vancouver, Seattle, Nicola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. .7).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No. 9(i).
17:50���To Agassi,   and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
H. W. BRODIE, G. P. A., Vancouver,
couver.
OUR LANDLORD
Yesterday we received a written notice to vacate our present premises
by the 31st of this month.
ONLY 28 DAYS LEFT to dispose of a
$17,500.0��   STOCK
This is your chance, as we have decided to sacrifice rather than move
our stock. Last Saturday we were rushed, in fact we could not wait
on the crowds that visited our store. To-day we have extra salesmen,
and we promise to wait on you with as little delay as possible. So come
with the crowds.   HERE  ARE SOME OP THE PRICES
Stylish
Winter
Weights
For
Women
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OUR AM calf bluchers wiih the
extra heavy sole are the nobbiest
shoes for mid-Winter Wear. ^
Why don'tyoa try a pair   '    '*
of the genuine
RICE 6- HUTCHINS
.ILL AMERICA SHOES
' 'A treat for ihe feet '' |
For MEN For WOMEN     .
Wo have some of the newest and best Waterproof
Shoes for women, made of
Box Calf, Velour and Gun
Metal.
Reg. Price, $5.50 & $6.00
Removal Price, $4.25
fHE  new  Fall st\/les   will please
you.     The best ideas of
Ihe season in lhe advance        -"        .
fashions of
RICE & HUTCHINS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
"A treat for the feet
For MEN     ...     For WOMEN    .    _
For tlie College Girl we
have some of the newest
and most suitable footwear
for this wet weather.
Reg. Price, $5.00 and $5.50
Removal Price, $3.95
DAINTY in fit, neat in finish, up-
to-date in fashion, we offer the ' 'All
America'' as the best there ..    ��
ij on the market.    A girls'    * *T, **)
shoe that always gives satisfaction.
RICE & HUTCHINS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
' 'A treat for the feet
Far MEN      .. .     For WOMEN     .. _,
Something for the Young
Girl. A Box Calf Shoe
made especially for this
wet weather.
Reg. Price, $3.50
Removal Price, $1.95
Ladies:���Have you seen the latest.   The VELVET SHOE
All our stock
of
Evening
Slippers
are  reduced
WE SHOE CHILDRE
IECTLY
Children's
Shoes are
included
in this
Big Sale
Get our prices on RUBBER FOOTWEAR.   We carry the largest stock in the city
Remember, we
are compelled to
move. It is not
optional with us
Every Shoe in
the Store is
included in this
Sale.
%eady
For
The
Afternoon
Walk
WE have some nobby fall styles
that combine elegance  and common
sense comfort.    Just the
thing for a dressy street or
business shoe.      Why dont you try
RICE & HUTCHINS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
"A treat for the feel"
For MEN        .    For WOMEN   ..���,
268 pairs of the "All
America" Shoe. None
better manufactured
n the United States.
All leathers, sizes and
styles.
Stamped Price, $6.00
Removal Price,
$4.25
The Reason we
are giving such
reductions   in
the
All America
Shoe
is that we have
given  up the
agency for this
Shoe.
Our tables are loaded with Bargains, even better values than
the ones quoted above
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W. E. SINCLAIR :: The Shoe Man
J sATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1��10.
SPORTS
TO STAY
IN SOCCER LEAGUE
Xocal Kickers Drop Out Of
Amateur City Fixtures-
jvv0 Games Today.
THE DAILY .NEWS.
December   ;'���City vs
ton Villa vs.   Rangers.
December 10 ���High
Shops;  City vs.   Villa.
December it���R. wgers vs
Car Shops vs. High  School.
|    December 24���Car ,&'
ers;  Hankers vs. City.
December    31 ���
School;  Hankers
January     T���Villa     vs
Rangers   VS.   Hl^li   School
January 11���Hunkers vs. Villa; Ci
vs. Car Shopj
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
ike notice that I, William Robert
B.C., occupation
Villa    vs,
vs. Car Shops
���Ian nai-
vs.    Villa;
.., a meeting of tlie Rovers last
l���l,t ii was decided to stay with the
soccer division at least for the
seai or
time
bein..    This  a��tion   was  made
by the
attitude or
other
the ranKB
ju:
-imosi imperative
*   meetlng in Vancouver the
,!t when the delegates from the
airferenl clubs makfi&g up the professional leas116 c0llld not come t0 iU1
.(.raeui "ii the iiuestion of Joining
0f ibe H. C. A. A.  U.
Hie action at the Rovers will not
tlie citj league entirely out of
husiness. 'Due, it will no longer be
> league, or <'ls0 the bo>'s Paying
would be professionalized, but lt will
_ .series of . ames. It's a fine point,
SntltwlU probably ko down. The action taken seemed to be the only way
out of tbe difficulty, and different
teams will probably make application
to be admitted to the B. C. A. A. U.
�� goon as the    football    season    is
The managers of the different
teams In the Westminster Soccer
,e'[.,. R-ere busy yesterday collecting teams to play tiie first matches
Ms afternoon. Both games, one be-
hfeen Aston Villa and the Rangers,
_nd tlie other betwpen tbe city team
jjj the Bankers, will take place at
a . .-.   but   the   City-Hankers
. has flrst claim on the grounds.
���r . ime will start at 1; 30 and
I ,     er al three o'clock.
1 ,.   ���. team which will play with jf
I v. ill    be   chosen    from
... following    players.      J.
( Ci McLairn, Sampher, Mc-
;; .-. . inn, Ilaynes, Turner,
( air, Robb, Stephens, Mc-
D ��� Wheeler.
Craig i equests that   every
ph    be al  the park ready to play
i  us the other game can-
waiting.
��� .        ers' team will line up ns
_floi��: Goal, Mortison; backs, Doug-
lu halves, Carse, Fergu-
mud Borland; forwards, H. Smith,
Smith,   Runacres,    Kvans;
.-������ C ai ��� and Currle.
Gi ;iit  requests that every
'    nd at  half ]iasl  two.
: ��� ��� ��� 'i Villa team which plays
Oj Rangers this afternoon will con-
;.- the following players; J,
rnbull, c. Robertson, J.
:,;. i ild, A Hrisbanp, F. Kay-
:-. e.   C.   Colillcuit,     A.     H
I'" - - II. Ewlng and 1. Hunter.
" :���,,. not yet been assign-
ii I eg Jar posiUons.
ry i'l���IUmIi School vs
ers;  Villa vs. Car Shops.
January  28���City  vs.  High  School
Rangers vs. Car Shops,
February    4���Rangers
High School vs. City.
February  11���Car  Shops  vs.  Hankers;   Villa vs. City.
February 18���Bankers vs. Rangers;
High School vs. Villa.
February    25���Hankers    vs.    High
School; Car Shops vs. City.
March 2���High School vs. Hankers;
Rangers vs. City.
Match 'J���Car Shops vs. Villa
vs. Rangers.
of Vancouver
IIrn,?S'ate (lealer' ^tend V apply Tor
om,��Tn t0*   ����W 200 acres ot'laid
bounded as follows:    Commencing at
ev to,  r >",ed at ttle ea8t slae ��f the
SSffi erid of u,e nor,h aim s?
Uo T S '"I61' tl,ence e:lst 40 chains,
thence south 50 chains, thence west
Bankers; *�� chains, thence north 50 chains to
whch��l """'^ncenient. Purpose for
winch it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
��age Five.
ity
Kang-
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
CI! y
District of New Westminster.
r)iLAKI? v��Uce that T' Wllliam Robert
���    ;!, T'0,"ver' B' c- occupation
cal estate dealer, intend to apply for
��sc���,irc,iase t,,e fS*��
Commencing   at
New
Walnuts
mg
TENDERS.
��hn���t ,���     .   ���   J"    a    post    Planted
about twenty chains north from
sou tl, west corner  of    Timber
38769,   lexadu  Island
eighty cl
the;
Lease
thence    west
uns,  thence    south    eighty
-'tains, thence    east    eighty    chains
thence north eighty chains to poin   ���f
commencement,  containing  640 acre
mote or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
September fi, I'll..
V.
uicouver, H. c
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
SEALED   TENDERS    addiessed  to
The  Secretary,  Department of Indian
Affairs,  Ottawa,  and  marked  on  the
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Hoard-
in u   School,"   will   be   leceived   up  io|      New Westminster Land District,
noon February 26, 1911, for the erec-j    Take noUne tm Jnmps Da
Jon of a frame boarding school build-Lf Vancouver. H. C, occupation building near Carcross, * ukon Territory     |er  lntends |0        j    fo_ ,iermlssion to
Plans and  specifications    may    be I ���...->->���
Just i
in
seen at the offices of T. F. Neeland. .
Inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver; \Y. E. Hitcliburn, Inspector of
Indian Agencies, Victoria; it. C.
Miller, Assistant Gold Commissioner,
Wbitehorse, Y. T.; the Commissioner
of tlie Yukon, Dawson City, Y. T.,
and Percy Reed. Mining Recorder.
Carcross, Y. T.
Each   tender   must  be accompanied
by a mat ked cheque made payable to
the  undersigned  for a sum
five tier cent of the amount
tender.    The cheque will be forfeited !
the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon
to do so.   If tiie tende.- be not
the     following    described
"J.
 ���
pre-emp-
~ north
less, to or
ipurcnase
lands ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-
Commencing at a post marked
D.    Smith,     S.      W.     corner,"
[the   northwest   corner    of
j tion,      N'o.      2951,      tlience
.about 00  chains  more or
| near   Sakinaw   Lake,   thence  east  fiO
i chains more or less, thence south 80
chains  more  or  less, thence west  40
chains, more or less, thence north 40
'chains, more or less, thence west 40
equal  to j chains more or less, to tlie place of
"' 'u"  commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 191C.
IOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.  Agent
of tlie
accept-
returned.    In
ed  tlie cheque  will  be 	
the event of acceptance of tender tbc;C0AST  LAND  DISTRICT  RANGE Z
cheque will be held until the contract I
is signed, when it will be returned. | Take Notice that I, William Robert
Tlie successful tenderer will be re- D,ck' of Vancouver, B. C, occupation.
quired to furnish a bond In satisfac- real e8tate dealer' intend to apply for
tory sureties for a sum equal to theiPen,,i8Slon ,0 lease 5"" !icres of 1:ind
amount of the contract. bounded as follows:    Commencing at
The lowesl or any tender not neces- i�� l",st Panted  200 yards above tide
arlly accepted       " water on the river entering tbe head
"The  unauthorized   insertion  of thisP'  P^iney's  inlet, thence north   100
advertisement   in  anv newsnaner wlll !<*ains. thence west 50 chains, thence
B
20c.
per lb.
a
See  our
Window
C. A. Welsh
not be paid for.
J.   I)   McLEAN,
Secretai y.
Department  of Indian  Affairs.
Ottawa, November 4. 1T>10.
'south H)t) cliains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement.Purpose for which it Is required, quarry-
' Ing.
WILLIAM  ROUE RT DICK.
Dated September 26th. 1010
i m____���____________________������^������
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Hugo Kelly to   Fight  Langford.
Dec.     2.   ���   Hugo     Kelly,
[torn -   manager,  arranged    the
; ��� ���      for   a   fight    wltb   S:uu
[XsBgt   ' :   Los Angeles, January 12.
: i    twenty rounds.    Lang-
a er   in   California   wired
lie tern     u der    which    the    black
I ���      ���'   ild fight, and Kelly agreed
1 The winner will get 75 per
<*nt. of the gate  receipts.    Kelly  is
'���''.��� ��� ring to  a  theatre  here.
ed with passing Confederate
Mil, a man giving the uame of .John
it ought up before A. M.
Verchere, .1. P., at Mission on Thurs-
*��y afternoon, committed for trial
'"' '��� ' -to   Westminster  on   Fri
day. II,. will be tried by Judge lloway
to the county court shortly. The ar-
W was made by Provincial Con-
'' Gammon, of Mission City, who
0 gathered in Fred Mullens on a
Wge ni fodgery, and bo also Is in-,
arcerated in the Jail awaiting trial.
.'��� C. RockHffe, of Yale road, Chilli-,
J*ai'k' '!:"l  two  narrow  escapes  from
heath recently. He was at work clear-
nc 'and, and   bis  clothing  took   lire
,r !'i a Ida
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
Is tne standard article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For ranking ���oap.soflanlns water,
removing old paint, dlelafactlng
��� lohe, closets, drain* and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETTEf&VK
TORONTO.ONT.
The People's Groce
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Removal Sale Continues
Watches
Ladies' Silver Open Face Watches, limited number,
regular $8.50.      Sale price $6.00
Our Special $2.50 Watch, for men and boys, at $1.50
Ladies' Gold Filled, 25 year guaranteed case, with
Waltham or Elgin movement, regular $18.00.
Absolutely reliable.   Sale price   $12.50
Gold Filled Boys' or Gentleman's Open Face Watch,
regular $15.00.    Sale price $8.75
Gentlemen's Solid Gold Watches as low as $36.00,
fitted with high grade movement.
SPECIAL
Four Pairs Diamond Earings:
Regular $75.00, now $55.00
Regular 85.00, uow  66.00
Regular  133.00, now 105.00
Regular  235.00, now 185.00
I
I
T.  GIFFORD
FOR BARGAINS IN WATCHES
#���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
'I
���
���
If
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 0, township 13,:
New Westminster dis'rict. Whereas
proof of tlie loss of ceitificate of title
number 11986F, issued in tlie name Of
John Sweeny, has been filed in this |
ofllce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month fromiffew   Westminster,  has  been  dissolv-
date of tlie first publication hereof, in|cd bv mutual consent.    All debts mv-
"   daily  newspaper published   in   the'
=���!
Dissolution  of Partnership
Notice   is   hereby   given   that    the
partnership   heretofore   subsisting between us, the undersigned, as Furniture   Dealers    under    the    name    of
j 'Denny  &  Galloway,"  in the City of
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are daily openin. up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited in Xew 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 and examine our stock now, when it is complete.
Agents for  Howard, Ball and  Longine Watches.
".
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
������������������<
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S,  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,  New    Westminster, B. C, November 15, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
n* t���
'��� ing brush pile. In attempt-
smother
}*���* ground
wbicb bi   ight
*ak'' and  Mr
I itivi*
the flames by
he dislodged
down  others
RockHffe   was
rolling
a log
In lis
pinned
. . I lu>   slide,   but    In such a
'"I'1'1"', thai   hi'  was  not  crushed.   In
I "ncating hlmselt trom tbis perilous
red  a severe strain, and
I)  be some days before
SentjOn Approval A
To Responsible Pkop .5   ** Klfs
Ls n     i* .  t��f
aughhn |p
FOUNTAIN PEN %
New Westminster Land District.   District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
: Baggs. of Nelson    Island,   occupation
fanner.  Intends  to  apply  for  permission  to purchase the    following   de-
Scribed  lands:
Commencing    at    a    post   planted
'about   one   mile northeast   from the
I head  of  Hillings  bay,  and  about    40
Ichain" easterly  from    the    southeast
corne" of timher lot    number    87341,
thence  north   40  chains,  tlience enst
40 chains, thence    south     40 cliains.
j (hence   west   40   chains   to   point    of
icommencement,  containing  160  acres
| more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 20. 1D10.
��ll
He te,
, : i and anxiety were the
.v" ,; the suicide of Mrs. Barbara
I.511"':.  wife    of  Alexander    Gordon,
V
Jon ���
wai
ad, Chilliwack.    Mr. Goi-
'��� elved   a    report    of  the
1 ' *  Bister   in   Scotland,  and
succeeding mall    failed    to
Confl',matlon or denial, she be-
u Prey to   despondency   which
"y caused  her  to    hang    herself I
i of
each
"^^K^
'$&_��''*
itLvrfit-���
__�� 3
���wS..i.
H^tv.   .
i_m\
l___i
BV.il
RED GEM ?k��
Vha Ink Poncil !| "
Vour Choice df
I
NOTICE.
ing to the said partnership are to he
pail to Arthur S. Denny aforesaid,
and all claims against the said partnership are to be presented to tlie
said Arthur S. Denny, by whom the
same will be settled.
Dated   at   New    Westminster    this
25th day of November,  1010.
A. S. DENNY,
J. D. GALLOWAY.
NOTICE.
The undersigned has moved his
office to 1816 Cariboo street, where
he wlll conduct the real estate business under his own name. The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
D D BOURKE.
MAYOR
MORLEY
AGAIN
WILL
BE    CANDIDATE
In I'i!"' nmg (,f !l ladder In the barn
of   the   watchfulness   of
Utlv
p Ite
Victoria, Dec. 2.���Already interest
is keen in the forthcoming municipal
elections, and there is naturally much
speculation as to the outcome of tlie
mayoralty contest. Thut Mayor Morley will again offer himself as a candidate is now definitely known. It is
^^^^^^^^^^^ even  said  by    his worship's    friends
Notice la hereby given that The that he wi��� lie a |1(M.m;1I10llt candidate
Fraser River Tannery. Limited, a body ��� loug as he remalnB a resident of
corporate,    incorporated    under     *'le J \ i -t'<ri-i
������British Columbl:, Companies Act, otlle,.' proa|,ccllve candidates nre
1807, and Amending Acts, carrying ex.Alderman Jolui A. Turner who
on  business  in  the  District of New ran the ma cl()seIv ,        ,
Westminster and Province of British ^^^^^^^^
that    The I
paid
te any
address
Hi I
"���* who fi
re-
eared some such act.
At tl,,, ,
raser m
'uniii
!
liustraiK
,,i a.e L...i I i>'.J
athollc bazaar to be held at
llls about the middle of this
��� straw vote will
!/', Julian
8. pp!!.1??.tlle Nationalist element and
navy,  J.   A
lie taken on
Uioux  rep-
aquei
.���il,;,'""' supporting the policv of Sir
.     purler.     Mile.   Alva     Pane
���   ' ! "'"   votes  for   Mr.   Uioux   and
v- i tui ut
Hi
_ Hit
"Mi;
L'a
Will assist her  husband
���am i manner.    The funds will
L'am!. I    "''"'' to the church of Notre
Gourdes, Kraser Mills.
Tim
*V(,iii. A' ?' ��' li' Cobblers meet this
M,h��� f **' the regular time nnd
Orii, u- tho Purpose of Initiating
tol|Wa r     Jos in,   M.I)..   D.D.S.,     or
S rerinn   Chie( Cl"""le8. who   has
''IIi.mI  bv
Every pen guaranteed
full ll Kt. b��(iuGold���cut
on right hand may be��*o
wi t.ilu-r our kUtudard
black <.pii<i"c palleni,
>on l,riHkul>!<- Tranapi
nn, in deaired, either in J
plain or engraved nnifn,
ii preterred.
Too th*. trytWipaa �� ���'"'k.
If v.mi .ly ,i"I Und II ** n>|"..rntP.I,
a I..IUT ��clM�� Ui��n )���'" ����'���'
ruro  lor t��
.     .,      M, ... . c:'nXinK lex-Alderman
in   the   Dislnrt   ot   New I ���.,���
I i ftii 	
I,,. ,     ,. ,,.,������    i*   Ition and AWermai
I ( niiiiiiuia. having applied to His Excellency, the Governor General in
Council for the approval of a certain
|site  for the  construction  of wharves
| on the southerly shore of the
Fraser      river,      situate      on      tiie
'foreshore   of   blocks    "A," "H,"   and
I 'C," being portions of lots seven (7)
and eight   (8), group two  (2)  in the
[district of New Westminster and province of Hritish Columbia, have deposited  with  the Honorahle tbe Mln-
\V.
 ^^^^^^^^   I. Langley.
While no ottiiial statements have
yet been n acie in tbe matter, it is
known that a rcaicrity of the mem-
tors of the aldtrianic board, as nt
p esent co'ifut utcd. will seek re-election, but llieiH v.ll be some new
blood���or rather old blood���ln the
f!eld. A Stionp effort is being made
to induce rx-Aldiman Stewart, ex-
Alderman Lewis Hall and VV. E.
Mitchell to olfor t.iemselves. Both
Mr. Stewart and Dr, "all have served
ster of Public Works at Ottawa, plans   "VXn -V
Iof said  wharves  which  they  pVmose [JL* "^^*^_[_%_*s���&ZJ&
to construct, together with a descrip- l>enr8'  and   ";r-  ���iMtt,|le11 la POPUlarty
Denrs, and      	
, 'oynrdoi   as a  man   who  would   not
|only  make a \eiy  strong   candidate.
It is
mi
%j
telegraph from Vic-
ict    the    ceremony.,
inl member is request-
���]x*r'- Vill    ('n,ul"i'f    Ihe    ceremony
"11 ly.fi\*
itteou
..- Tiwfs ran *...'
r������ .     ,,   dill.I   IIihL".   it  I
,..,! 11.10 tut I**
Cv* or tarr Ii oor tsitifn* at
P������il.r Ran l"��  I"'   l��,iril
,.,������-ki. i***'. ftrlimilili i"
i,��� carriod   In   ��ny pmlltoa
,���,rk.t di ilinprtni i'l'V"",?
"1 i "���",'"���;'���,"',';:
point,tinilihedTilMnlrtd >������!���'
r��.-. laira ootta Sajjli    �����'"
tmywhara  for 18.60.
wanlad   ** rtta for *��-in��.
BQW " i����t yuti t*>*s**-'
Ition of the full site thereof described
| by  metes and bounds, and have also,.   , _.    .      .,.
lldeposited  a duplicate of each  in the;blt an, ?���c,��nt P,,bl c ser!ant'
! office  of  the  registrar  of  deeds  for 1 also stated that A. A. Porter will of-
Ithe District of New  Westminster, in|fer him8^f ���� a candidate for alder-
|which district the said works are pro-!"1'"1,
iposed to be constructed, in accordance
'with the requirements of section 7 of
the    "Navigable    Waters    Protection
Revised
An.nli
__
��<Mi*M |
I * Laughlin Mfg. Co."
MsjHllo Bid...
.���trot ***'
!| Act,"   chnpter    115   of the
,Statutes of Canada, lflOfi.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
^^^^^^ Limited.
1    Dated at the City of New Westminster thla 27th day of October, 1910,
Evers   Back    With   Cubs.
Chicago, Dec.  1.���John  Evers, second baseman of the Chicago Nation-
als, who has had under advisement a
______ ���a       an proposal to coach the navy baseball
Solicitors for Prase* River Tannery,; teaitL ,n Annapolls next   8pring,   an.
' m nounced yesterday that he would not
accept the offer. He will go south
with hla team on tho spring training trip.
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-
I
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
THE BEST IS
NONE TO GOOD
This is what all business men think.
If you take out an insurance policy with one of the companies which
I represent you will bt sure to get the best.
If a flre occures you will be sure of prompt payment, of your loss.
This is the most essential feature in an insurance policy.
If you phone or write I will show you.
LOW RATES.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
1 r_\
m
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8
PAGE BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER
*���' 1910.
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B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box 13/
MARKET
REPORT
1
������������������������������<
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I
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:
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
TUESDAY,   DEC.   6
i
2JOHN CORT Presents |
MAX FIGMAN j
In EDITH ELLIS' Delightful Comedy |
"Mary Janes Pa"I
A Play that has run in New jYork |
for 6 months, Chicago 3 months    ���
.*>
A Play that Everybody wants to see |
IT MEANS HAPPINESS
t   Seat Sale, McKenzie's Pharmacy, Saturday, Dec 3 $
A slight stiffening of prices continues to be observed ln the weekly
market. This week the advance was
most marked in eggs, which went up
five cents per dozen above last week's
figure. Owing to the wet weather
which has prevailed recently, the
shipments of produce were rather under the usual quantities, otherwise
the market was an average one, with
much the same attendance that prevails at this season.
Supply and demand were about
equal, with a few exceptions. Beef
and veal were rather more plentiful,
and sold readily. Pork and mutton
i were also well represented, and the
demand was good. There was a fair
supply of potatoes, and the demand
for dry stock was active, and apples
were also in demand so far as No. 1
quality was concerned. Fowls, chickens and broilers came forward in fair
quantities, and sold readily. Duck?
were not much asked for, and tlw
supply was small.
Average prices obtained are quoted
below:
Beef, hindquarters, per Ib. ..So to fle
Beef, forequarters, per Ib d to 7c
Lamb, per lb Mc
Mutton,  per  lb 13c
Veal, large   8 to 9c
Veal, medium, per lb. . .\tn_e to 11V
Pork, per lb 12c to i'2l_c
Eggs, wholesale  - EC
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 00c
Eggs, retail, per doz 66c
Butter, wholesale, per Sk. .....��� 40c
'Butter, retail, per lb 45c
Fowl, per doz., live. $7 to $S
Chickens,  per doz.  . ...$5.'50 to $6.50
Broilers, per doz .-.$1.50 to $5.00
Ducks, per doz     $15
Potatoes, per ton  .27.00 to $30.00
Apples, per box  75c to $1.26
Pears, per box 75c to $1
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Weetmlmter Branch.
Weak Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a-m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:00 a.m., antl evpry hall
hour thereafter until 11  p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
S tun. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.  Stewart,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
������������������������������
4444^-4-444-44444^444444...^^^
���*���������������������.
POPHAM'S
CHOCOLA TESI
FRESH   THIS   WEEK
{ Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE  57
EYES TESTED B
8:17
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xma��  work.     We K
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novel,;*
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
ties for
NO   MATTE
Great  Northern  Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a. ni. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:30
a. in.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p. im;  arrives Seattle 9:10 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 0:25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle   4:35   p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 0:30 p. tn.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. m.
A. J. BIRTCH
The H hite House 617 Columbia Street
every  ,   ��� I
What Furniture or Carpets you want, you
get 20 cents off every dollar's worth up till
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station. New Westminster, lo:2u a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passen.er station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dailj- except Sunday.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 6:50, 6:20  6 50 "
and everv half hour thereafter until 11 p. in.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  6,   7,  8  and
hour until 11 p, tn.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Kxpress ears "leave  New   Westminster for Vancouuver at  7:20 a. m. l;
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
City.
20-mlnute service from 6:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday-, -minu
service  from  8  a.   m.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-minute service from 6:10 a. m.  until   11:30  p.   in-
service  from  8:10 a.  m.  until   11:30 p, m.
LULU   ISLAND.   EBURNEWESTMINSTER    BRANCH:
Trains loa\e New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K anil every hour t
jfter up to ll p. m.. connecting at Eburne Junction foi  Stevi  ton.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every ha!
hour thereafter up to ll  p. m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave Xew Westminster 4: 16 p. ni.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
Sunday���.'ii-min'iies
Just imagine what it means to you to get 20 per cent
off OUR Prices
IT   JUST   MEANS
$100.00 worth for
75.00
50.00
20.00
10.00
ft
��
It
tt
tt
tt
19
tf
$80.00
60.00
40.00
16.00
8.00
I
You must take advantage of our sale. We want to be
straight about our prices, and we think every customer
will bear with us that our sale is strictly genuine.
We keep the regular price tags on, and its up to you
to see that you get 20 per cent. off. What can be
fairer.
Child or Man Served Alike
Absolutely One Price to All
We   Want   Your   Business
DENNY &
Successors to Denny & Calloway
43-45-47 Sixth Street Rei able Home Furnfshen
New Westminster
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Fall and Winter
HATS
Our Range of Hard Hats
For Winter is unexcelled!
Every man needs a new hat at this time of year, and
\t he is at all particular about his dress, he will have one.
A right Hat is always the first essential to a man's
prosperous appearance-it makes or unmakes him.
We have a Hat suited to your face. The face mu s
be fitted as well as the head. All the correct widthso
nrim, curl and widths of crown.
$2.50, $3.00 to $5.00
Sensible Christmas Gifts!
This store is the headquarters for sensible Christmas Gifts.
The high cost of living is causing people to seek useful Xmas Gifts, so we
are prepared for the emergency, we've many things in wearing apparel that
will bring delight id the heart of the man.
& co.
Columbia Street
New Westminster
wiMiwnT- IRDAY
DECEMBER 3, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
TENDERS
TENDERS   addressed   to
SEu'""ii,Ilfcd   and endorsed "Ten-
"J,,|~._. imiMinir. Grand Forks,
!ALED.
fiWPuW1C
it:''11
will be
'4:00 P
Building,
received at this offlce
on Wednesday, De-
partment of Public Work., Ottawa
Persons tendering aro nottfled That
ers wll   no)  be oon8ld6red l
'" !'!e on the printed form..
Bigna-
tenders will
tnai
and
COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
a*ned with their act,,:;'"""1"'
tures,   stating   their  6ccuptions   and
'l f". ^sldence of each member
oi the flrm must, be given
Each  tender must, he accompanied
ed hank'''-'-"" ���'��� ''1"""le ��n a ('hlll',er-
of   Public
s 1910, for
^Public Building
the construction
ut Grand Forks,
c'     nflMflcatton and form of con-
P1;ins'& ; =een and forms of tender
" ut' Uie ollice ot Mr.  Wm,
wet can be
^ta in
fiend
forla,
ed
ison.
li. C,
and
resident architect, Vic-
a) the Post Office, Grand
a this Department.
WtS'mTtemlering are notilied that
?efl* will not be ci
��� ���. tendering a
" )t be considered unless
printed forms supplied,
payable to the order of the
Honourable  the   Minister
Works, equal to ten ,.
the amount, of the tender, which will
'"-'  '"''"ited  if  ,|,o  person  tendering
!,!;''"J"   to  enter   Into  contract  when
called uuon to do so, nr fail to com-|NEW
Plete the work contracted for.   if the
'"nder   !e  not   accepted  the  cheque
will be leturned.
Take notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
hounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the east side of the
extreme bead of the north arm of
Dralney's inlet, thence east 40 chains,
tlience south BO chains, thence west
40 chains, thence north BO chains to
post of commencement. Purpose for
which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
the
enders
ade o"   ,
signed
stating their
with
hures.
0f residence.
their   actual   Bigna-
occupations   and
In the
irtUai signature, the na-
i,l. tupatlon, and place of
fjr��01 ' ot eaCh member of the flrm
P ., he given. ,  .
W I tender must be accompanied
��� Ea ���.,(..,ted cheque on a chartered
I'f n��yable to the order of the
llank' i'i,. tbe Minster of Public
K equal to ten per cent < 10 per
ivVorKs,   l�� nmmt ()f  th(J   ,on,ler,
Ry  Order,
R. C DESROCHERS,
,, Secretary.
Department   of   Public   Works    Ottawa, November  16, 1.10.
Newspapers   will   not   he   paid    for
_  this   advertisement  if  thev   insert  it
case   of w,thout   authority   from   the   depart-
'ment.
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
TENDERS.
���cent
of the
khkH *
,11 be
unount of the
forfeited if the person
.    decllne to enter  in  a con-
le"   tn called upon to do so, or
omplete the work contracted
[a" ,,������. tender he not accepted tlie
!Le wi" be '���et'";""11-
ne Department does not
iccept the lowest or any ten-
���der.
building
Island),
bind   it-
R.
By order,
C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Departmenl   of Public   Works, Ot-
,r 24,  1910.
,fv,, ,.     will  not be   paid   fqr
.       ... tisementlf  they  inserl   it
Kjl lority
nietit.
from  the   Depart-
8EALED TENDERS addressed to
The Secretary, Department of Indian
Affairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope, "Tender tor Alert Hay Girls'
Home," will be received up to noon
Decen ber 30, 1910, for the erection
of a frame boarding school
at Alert Hay (Cormorant
Ii. C.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the offlces of T. F. Neelands,
inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver; w. E. Dtchburn, Inspector ,f
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and w. M.
Halllday, Indian  Agent, Alert Hay.
Each  tender   must be  accompanied
by a marked che.pie made payable io
,the  undersigned for a sum equal to
live per cent of the amount of tender.
The  cheque  will  be  forfeited  if tbe
person tendering decline to enter into
a contract when called upon to do so.
'If the  tender  he  not    accepted    tbe
cheque will be returned.   In the event
of   acceptance   of   tender   the  cheque
��� i    ���   i n r. ���,,.in,. ' will   be   held   until    the    contract  Is
-       ���     lera ;1,1,,rfSC. .-     .        t  .   Signed, when it  will be returned.
endorsed     Tende    for     Tw, Bucce88ful ton(ierer will he return, wiring, etc., foi;        ed tQ furnJah Q bo_a Jn 8ati8fac.
illdins.  Vernon,  B. C., suic..ps f        su,���       al tQ the
������..   ��� n ���  red  a   this office until ^^ rf (he cont].._.t
nday, December 19, 1910,     Tho )owost ._ . nv tender no, nece���.
mentioned. !sarilv accP1,(ed.
will not he considered un-      Thp  UIlauthori2ed insertion of this
ipon, and    in   aoccrdance .ll!v,���.ti .,,���������,, in anv newspaper will
Trtththe > ��� '���   tiona contained in tonus m){ ,)e ]|aia for
Department j. p   McLEAN,
;..;.;,;,: a| eciticatioiis to be seen1 Secretary.
to the  clerk of works Department  of  Indian  Affairs,
i        iiding, Mr. F. B. Coffett; Mr.     Ottawa, October 26, 1910.
���     ���   :,���sun,   resident    architect,] _	
������        B. C . and at the Department
\'.   : ks, Ottawa,
ti: di i   must   he  accompanied
epted cheque on a chartered
[lU. payable to    the  order    of    the
:       ���    the    Minister   of    Public
\\ -    .��� |ual to ten per cent, till p.c.)
1 i ml of the tender.
der,
R   C,  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
| '������   ���-..���:.', of Public Works,
i   November 22, 1910.
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, H. C, occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about twenty cliains north from the
southwest corner ot Timber Lease
38769, Texada Island, thence west
eighty cliains, tlience soutli eighty
chains, thence east elghtv chains
tlience north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing G40 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM UOREUT DICK,
Vancouver, M. r., September 6, DUO.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
At Home Days���Wednesday.
Mrs. G. A. Allen (second and third),
Mrs. Brydges (first), Mrs. Charleson
(second and fourth), Mrs. Cotton
(first), Mrs. J. P. H..Bole (second),
Mrs. D. S. Curtis (fourth) Mrs. Dickinson (first and third), H. (.
Edmonds (second), Mrs. John Lee
(first and second), Mrs. Malcomson
(first  and  third),    Mrs.    H.    Latham
larly attractive with its refreshment
tahle, centered with bright yellow
'mums. Tea was served hy Mrs. Albert Hill and Mrs. J. B. Kennedy,
while the ices were cut by Mrs. .1.
Stillwell Clute. A large number called during the afternoon.
��� ��� ' ���
Mrs. H. P. Latham gave a largely
attended "at home" on Friday last at
her residence on First street. Mrs.
Latham, who was wearing a gown of
,jink s.lk with gold trimmings, received in 'he entrance hall at the
lower end of which was stationed an
(fourth), Mrs. D. H. MacGowan (first j orchestra, whose sweet music was a
and second), Mrs. D. J. MacQuarrle source of pleasure to every one. The
(first and second), Mrs. L. A. Lewis tea table was centered by a great
(second and fourth), Mrs. C. H. Mc- cluster of beautiful red chrysanthe-
Donald (first and third), Mrs. M. Ma-'mums. Pouring tea and coffee were
Uns (second), Mrs. C. C. Worsfold j Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. W. G. Mac-
(flrst and second), Mrs. R. J. Rick- Quarrle for the first hour, being later
man (first), Mrs. Neville Smith (flrst I relieved by Mrs. F. Nigel Sinclair!
and second), Mrs. A. C. Eddy (first and Mrs. J. H. Jones. The ices were
and second), Mrs. Sidney Fletcher j served by Mrs. F. Lynch. Among
(fourth),  Mrs.   Harry  C.   Major   (sec-  those   helping   were   Miss    Corbould,
Miss   MacGowan,   Miss  Wright,   Miss
Warwick, Miss Fletcher, Miss Lewis,
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Swimford,   of   Van-] Miss  Bilodeau,  Miss DeWolf    Smith,
couver, were the week-end guests of | Miss McBride, Miss Alma Lewis, Miss
ond and fourth).
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Corbould.
\.  Leamy  and   Miss  Mowbray.    The
TENDERS.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. ('., occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith. S. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption. No. 2951, thence north
about 60 cliains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east 00
chains more or less, tlience south 80
chains more or less, thence west 40
cliains, more or less, thence north 40
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to tbe place of
commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster, October 20, 1910.
JOHN FERDINAND RAC-GS. Agent
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  Z
I invitations included, Mrs. T. J. Arm-
A. Allen was the hostess at;strong, Mrs. G. A. Allen, Mrs. Charleson,   Mrs.   Yuengling,    Mrs.    Burnett,
Mrs. Brydges, Mrs. Ramsay  (Vancouver),   Mrs.   Malcomson,   Mrs.   Gordon
IHenderson,   Mrs.   de    Pencier,    Mrs.
Wolfenden, Mrs. J. R. Grant, Mrs. D.
S.   Curtis,   Mrs.   Drew,   Mrs.   W.   Gif-
|ford, Mrs. T. Gifford, Mrs. MacGowan,
Mrs.  Gowan,   MacGowan,  Mrs.   L.   A.
Lewis,   Mrs.   Collister,   Mrs.    Sutherland,   Mrs.   .1.   C.    Armstrong,    Mrs.
IJames   Leamy,   Mrs.   Creighton,   Mrs.
I J. R. Payne, Mrs. Hawkshaw, Mrs. P.
;H. Bole, Mrs. M. Malins, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mrs. G. B.
! Corbould,   Miss   Phillips,     Miss   MacGowan, Miss Peele, Miss Drew, Miss
1 Dauphinee,   Miss   Keary,   Miss    Arm-
i strong,   Miss   Nora   Armstrong   and
many others.
Mrs. G
a small work tea on Wednesday aft
ernoon.
��� ��   ��
Mrs. C. E. Doherty entertained a
few of her friends at an informal tea
on Tuesday.
��    ���    ���
The wee friends of Mrs. W. ,1. Mather's little daughter enjoyed a merry
afternoon last Saturday at her residence on Columbia street.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. II. V. Ardagh (nee Corbould)
will hold ber first post-nuptial reception on Friday afternoon, December 9, at ber residence on Queens
avenue.
Invitations are out for a large dance
to be given by Mrs. T. J. Armstrong
in St. Patrick's hall on Wednesday
evening, December 7.
A   very   smart   wedding  was   cele-
��    ��   �� I brated  last  Wednesday  afternoon  at
Mrs. J. Allen (nee Ctevens) willtlle residence of Mrs. William John-
hold her first reception since her mar- slon' wlle" her youngest daughter
riage, at her residence, 721 Sixth ave- Edith, was married to Mr. Harry A.
nue, on Tuesday, December 6. .Bourne, of Vancouver, by    the    Rev.
���    ��   ��� | Canon    d'Easum.      The    decorations
A few friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- throughout the bouse were most
thur   Malins   gave   them    a    surprise elaborate,   white   flowers   and   green
TENDERS.
TENDERS.
Tender.- addressed    to the    under-
]:.:������     :   Ottawa,   and   endoised    on
Ue envelope    "Tender    for    Prince
Rupert )!:.>   Depot," will be received iimi  Percy   Reed,
Rp to noon on the
SEALED TENDERS addiessed to
Thc Secretary, Department of Indian
Affairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Boarding School," wiil be received up io
noon February 26, 1911, for the erec-
lon of a frame boarding school building near Carcross. Yukon Territory.
Plane and specifications may be
seen at tlie offices of T. F. Neelands,
Inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver: W. K. Ditchburn, Inspector of
Indian Agencies, Victoria: R. C.
Miller. Assistant Gold Commissioner,
Whitehorse. Y. T.; thc Commissioner
of the Yukon. Dawson City, Y. T.,
Mining Recorder
Carcross, Y. T.
Take Notice that I. William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows:    Commencing at
a post  planted  200  yards above tide
water on tbe river entering tlie head
of  Dralney's inlet, tlience north   100
chains, tlience west 50 chains, tlience
south   100    cliains,    thence    east    60
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which it is required, quarry-
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. 1910.
"Victrola" party on Thursday evening. Each guest came provided with
a ragtime record wliich they presented to the host.
ian Abbott, Mrs. F. R. Smith, Mrs.
Seymour, Mrs. Wolfenden, Mrs. G. A.
Allen, Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett, Mrs. J.
E. Allen, Miss Bartley, Mrs. George
Cross, Mrs. de Pencier, Mrs. d'Easum,
Mrs. H. L. Edmonds, Mrs. H. A. Eastman, Mrs. W. Forrester, Mrs. Reece,
Mrs. S. A. Fletcher, Mrs. A. H. Gordon, Mrs. Oracey, Mrs. A. P. Grant,
Mrs. W. L. Johnson, Mrs. Lachlan
McQuarrie, Mrs. W. G. McQuarrie,
Miss Owen, Mrs. D. H. MacGowan,
Miss Macgowan, Mrs. Meville Smith,
Mrs. Allen Purvis, Mrs. T, R. Pearson, Mrs. H. I. Hardwicke, Miss Phillips, Mrs. A. de B. Owen, Mrs. Supar.
Out-of-town invitations were: Mrs.
Sydney Ashdown, Vancouver; Mrs.
W. Berry, North Vancouver; Mrs. and
Miss Formby, London, England; Miss
MacDonald, Montreal; Mrs. Cosgrave,
North Vancouver; Mrs. Donald Mc-
Gowan, Vancouver; Mrs. Ellis Keen-
leyside, Point Grey; Mrs. George H.
Cowan, Vancouver; Mrs. Thomas
Parkinson, Vancouver; Mrs. Charles
Millard, Vancouver; Mrs. Henry Webster, Vancouver; Mrs. George Mather,
Vancouver; Mrs. E. B. Morgan, Vancouver; Mrs. and Miss McClean, Vancouver; Mrs. Unsworth and Mrs. Ivor
Lucas, Sardis; Mrs. Henry Ramsay,
Vancouver.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE   SUNSET    BLUE    PRINT   CO.
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711.
Box 160.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Third Day of January, 1911, Each  tender  must  be  accompanied
tor thee nstructlon of a Buoy Depot t>y a marked cheque made payable to
��t Prince liapert, in the Province ofthe undersigned for a sum equal to
British Columbia, including the erec- tiV(, per cent of tlie umount of the
flonofa Reinforced Concrete Wharf, tender. The cheque will he forfeited
'timber approach Trestle, Power if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon
If the tender he not accept
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 0, township 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 11986F, issued in the name of
John Sweeny, has been filed in this
otlice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration 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
be made to me in writing.
C.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, November 15, 1910.
Mrs. C. C. Worsfold was the hostess
at the tea hour to a number of her
friends on Wednesday. Others entertaining informally during tbe week
were Mrs. Albert Hill on Thursday,
and  Mrs. C. B. McAllister on Friday
afternoon.
*    ��   *
The Duo Decim club spent a very
jolly afternoon at Miss Marion Martin's on Monday. Tliose attending
were Miss Shildrick, Miss De Wolf
Smith, Miss Josephine Martin, the
Misses Brown, Miss Alma Lewis, Miss
\'i Li Leamy and Miss Muriel Cotton.
plants  predominating  and  forming  a
background   for   the    service,   wliich j
was  performed  in  the   archway   be-1
tween the two drawing rooms and under a large wedding   Dell   of   white ]
chrysanthemums, simlax and chiffon.
The  bride  came  down  the  stairway
to  the  strains  of  tlie  bridal   chorus
from    Lohengrin,    rendered    by    the
Mackness   orchestra,   and   was    given
away by  her  brother Mr. J. J. Johnston.    She wore a beautiful gown of
'ivory  satin charmeuse,  over a  dress
of shell pink satin.    The bodice and
sleeves were draped with rose point
lace  and  the  entire  front   was   embroidered    with    pearls    and    topaz.
Around the waist and hanging to the
hem of the gown was a string of Roman   pearls.     Miss    Warwick,   in    a
gown of pink ninon over pink satin
H��.-<-' with Chimney, Buoy Shed.
^0^, Offices and Dwellings, also
,!|e installation of Drainage and
Water Systems.
Plans, specifications and Articles
: Agreement may be seen and forms
jl tender procured at the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ot-
ta'a, at ihe office of the Agent of
the Department of Marine and Flsli-
|*rifs. Victoria, B.C., Halifax, N.S., St. i
to do so.
ed the cheque will be returned. In
the event of acceptance of tender the
cheque will he held until the contract
Is slutted, when it will he returned.
The successful tenderer will be required to furnish a bond In satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to the
amount of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
LAND  ACT.
d:s-
Jol;n. X It.. Quebec and  Montreal, at j arily accepted
ihe Post  Office,  Prince  Rupert,  B.C.!    The  unauthorized  insertion  of this
Winnipeg,
";id al the Custom  House
Man.
Only lump sum tenders, on the ten-
<w form prepared bv the Depart-
^"t. wm be considered.
Each tender must tie accompanied
���J :'�� accepted hank cheque In favor
''the Deputy Minister of Marine and
.'   eries  equal   to   five   per  cent,   of
'"' whole amount of the tender,
'"'Ch cheque will bo forfeited If tho
''1''1^ fu] tenderer declines to sign
."   Articles  of   Agreement   above   re-,
'f*'"! to  or  fails  to  complete   tbe|
ordlng  to contract.    Cheques i
Wcompanylng   unsuccessful
*��� be returned.
(',:" departmenl  does noi
.*'' '" accept,    the  lowest
wn tier,
 *BPapera copying this advertise*
J"':" withoul authority from the De-
|M":��cut will not be paid for same.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
Deputy Minister of Marine and
i, Fisheries,
eptirttnent of Marine and Fisheries,
u,,ll*a. Canada, November 8,  1910.
advertisement   in
not be paid for.
any newspaper will
Department   (
Ottawa
j.  D   McLEAN,
Secretary.
f   Indian   Affairs.
November 4, 1010.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
head of Billings bay, and about 40
chain" easterly from the southeast
corne- of timber lot number 37:141.
thence north 40 chains, tlience east
40 chains, tlience south 40 chains
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
Dated August 2!>. 1910.
AUCTION
BERTH
tenders
bind
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
or
t-
any
TENDERS.
^���AI.KI)   TENDERS   addressed   to
undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
f for const ruction of two ISO cubic
;,' "wooden dump scows for dredge
1   ������������*<������"   British   Columbia."   will
lie
Pfiday
"halved at this office until 4 p.m.,
1 "'''ember 0, 1010, for the
""ruction of the seows mentioned.
t���,.,:i"H a"'l specification and form of
floe , may bo Procured at tlie often,/ Mr' "��� A- Bayfield, Buperin-
Wer b "f nredR��8' New Westmln-
!�������' ! ( ������ where form of contract
,...:l,so he seen
'���'-At
01
con!.?8  8peo1 AoatloM   and    form   of
' "'ay also lie seen and forms
Wlllln���!     0,,tlllne<l  at  the  ofllce   of
<��ct   v!   Henilerson,   resident    arehl-
l| v ictorta, B. C., and at the De-
The righl to cut timber under d-
cense on Berth No. 536, comprising
1,% following lands In the Province
,������ Bl.ltlBh Columbia, wlll he offered
a, public auction at the upset price 0
S2 570.00 including cost of survey at
."o'clock P. M.. on Wednesday'the
28th Of December next, at the office
0f the Dominion Timber Agent at
New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 535, Bltuated to
(|ul ^rovince 0f British Columbia,
comprising Section 28, Township 39,
West of Coast Meridian, containing
���m area of 640 acres more or less, as
shown on plan of survey, signed by
M�� A. Llghthall, D. L. 8., surveyed
I, Mav 1910, and of record in ho
Timber and brazing Branch of the
Department of the Interior.
A license Will not be Issued until
the Uli amount of the purchase
Sfcei and the ground rental for the
first  vear. bave heen paid.
The conditions of W^���***
rental etc. are contained in the Tim-
��' egula ions, a conv of wM�� IW
"secured on application to the UJ
derslgned. or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New WesJ,ral^Bt^YEg,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that The
Fraser River Tannery, Limited, a body
corporate, incorporated under the
"British Columbia Companies Act,
1897, and Amending Acts," carrying
on husiness in the District of New
Westrainpter and Province of British
toiuin.ua, having applied to Ills Excellency, the Governor General in
Council for the approval of a certain
site for the construction of wharves
on the southerly shore of the
Kraser river, situate on the
; foreshore of blocks "A." "B," and
'C," being portions of lots seven (7)
and eight (S), group two (2) in the
district of New Westminster and pro-
vlnce of British Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
to construct, together with a description of the full site thereof described
by metes and bounds, and have nlso
deposited a duplicate of each in the
office of the registrar of deeds for
the District, of New Westminster, in
which district the said works are proposed to be constructed, in accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of
the "Navigable Waters Protection
Act," chapter 115 of the Revised
Statutes of Canada, 190fi.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors  for Fraser  River Tannery,
Limited.
Dated at the Clty of New Westminster this 27th day of October. 1910
���    ���    * land  Miss  Josephine  Bourne,  in  pale
The bazaar held by the ladies of! n���uve, made very charming brides-
St. Barnabas church" on Wednesdav maids. They both wore picture hats
afternoon was a great success, both' of black velvet and carried shower
socially and financially. The two bouquets of pink carnations. Little
drawing contests caused much excite- 'Gwendolin Love, niece of the bride as
ment, the large Christmas cake be-1 lower girl, was a dainty picture in
ing won bv Mrs. Charleson, and the P��le blue silk mull. Mr. George Hou-
beautifullv-dressed doll by Miss Ma- ser, of Vancouver, was best man. Aft-
bel Fletcher. er  tlie  marriage   ceremony   refresh-
*   a   a I ments  were  served   in  the  spacious
A  wedding of much   interest to a j dining room from a table decorated in
number of  Westminster  people took j bride's roses and tulle, with bows of
place   in   Vancouver   on   Wednesday,
when Miss Frederica Clark, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Palmer Clarke,
became the wife of Mr. C. G. S. Ba-
got. The bride is a sister of Mrs.
F. Stanley Spain, of Prince Rupert,
but who was a resident of this city
for many years.
���   ���   ���
A party of young people from Vancouver,  numbering about  thirty,   en-
bride white satin ribbon at the corners. Mr. and Mrs. Bourne left on
the 4:30 train for southern California
and will be away about four weeks.
The bride's going away costume was
a natty navy blue tailor-made suit
with a mink toque trimmed with a
band of gold tissue and a mink stole
and muff. Mrs. Johnstone was assisted in receiving the guests by her
daughters, Mrs. Collister, who was
���f.euring a handsome imported gown
chine   with
Joyed a very delightful evening last
Friday at Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gor-1 of pale green crepe de
don, Ellenhurst, Burnaby Lake. The j Persian trimmings and large white
guests, who were chaperoned by Mrs. picture hat, and Mrs. Love, of Van-
W. P. Argue and Mrs. A. J. Gordon, couver, who was gowned in pink sa-
had a special ear to convey them to;tin and a large black velvet hat with
the home of their host and hostess.! pin kfacing. Mrs. Bourne's gown
in   the   hand-1 was of black  voile over black  satin
Dancing   was  enjoyed
some new billiard room.
���    ���   ���
Mrs. C. G. Major held her flrst reception on Tuesday afternoon from
four to six. Mrs. Major, who was
wearing a becoming gown ot cream
voile, was assisted in receiving by
her mother, Mrs. Stott, of Sapperton;
Mrs. T. R. Pearson and Mrs. 11. C.
Major also helped In the drawing
room.    The dining room was particu-
THE
Bank of Toronto
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 bank-
i  ing organization.
Interest is paid 'on'^Savings
Balances half-yearly.   :: Jtruua
����    .      "'"us will pronably be made
''siness   Atv��^.��*_h. ^ view toon ravorable Jerms.    ::    :
incorporated;! 8SS^
ASSETSZ $48,000.0002
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
***���      PRINTING ]
Estimates Given on Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson Blk.
Phone 388
NOTICE.
and Mrs. Clayton Bourne looked well
in light blue crepe de chine. The Invitations included only the relatives
of both parties, and the most intimate friends. Among those attending from Vancouver were Mr. and
Mrs. Weart, Mrs. J. F. Belyea, Mrs.
Hay and Mr. Craig.
���   ���   ���
Mrs. J. E. Hawkshaw was the hostess of an enjoyable little "at home"
on   Tuesday   last,   when    ber    guests
were  entertained   by    the   charming
singing of  Miss  Formby,  recently of
London,   England,  while  Miss   Jessie
Macl'hall,   of     Vancouver,   delighted
I everyone  by   her   accomplished   per-
; formance at the piano.
The rooms were bright with tlow-
jers, chrysanthemums and   wild   fern,
carrying out an effective yellow color
scheme in the   drawing   room, while
the   tea room   design   was   in   two
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF  shades of pink carnations with smllax
NEW    WESTMINSTER. land-asparagus.
NEW     WESTMIINbltK. ,      ^   ^^   q(   ^  ^^    can(Ues    the
  i table was lighted by tiny brass hand
Re-Survey of City. lamps, while an epergne was formed
Property owners intending to erect I with flowers, chiffon and clumy lace,
The undersigned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
he will conduct the real estate business under hls own name. The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
D. D   BOURKE.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to 25
2 and 4
H. P.
Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
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.
CITY    OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Applications for tbe position of
Plumbing Inspector wlll be received
by the undersigned up to Monday, December 12, at five o'clock p. m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, November 29, 1910.
in the center being a handsome pink-
shaded lamp.
Mrs. Hawkshaw had as guests, of
Vancouver, her mother, Mrs. W. G.
McClean of Vancouver, while Mrs. W.
D. Nickerson and Mrs. Larkln, of Vancouver, poured tea during the first
hour, being succeeded by Mrs. H. T.
Hardwicke, of Edmonds, and Mrs.
Sorenby (London, England). Mrs.
H. A. Eastman and Mrs. Henry Ramsay, presided alternately at the Ice
cream table.
The girls who assisted In the tea
room were Miss Isabel Cross, Miss
Constance Hawkshaw, the Misses
Eastman, Miss Jean Macdonald Montreal), and Miss McClean. Little Miss
Jennie Nickerson opening the door.
Among the guests were:    Mrs. VIv-
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 7 a, m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters. Paperhangert
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth 8trett. Phone 867.
NEW WESTMINSTER       &        ���. C*
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frHE DAILY NEWS.
SATUP
AAY, OfdEMBEF
News
Polish Your Furnit d��
Vlth Johnson's Prepared War w ���
serves and brings put natur ^ Vautv of
the wood, lt produces a rfc^ artlstin
flnlSh, to which dirt ar,, ^ �� ������o
^"L.^wHI.w - W**i�� see how
much better lt is tha-^ ^ wher pon^
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is"AOomr>'e-* finish and Polish for All
Wood." V3fe ll on your floors and wood-
Work. **��t*. ���Johnson's Powdered W��x is
for all flKtrtn.   floors.
Ycm tjHn e**i Johnson's free book, "The
Pre*** "Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
tao* *WB*ure'' and these preparations of
J ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA STREET.
Dr, 0. Wi Joslin, of Milwaukee, is
visiting this city, the guest of Dr. F.
P. Smith.
Now is the time to get mV**,*.B
Dowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist,    liioae  R208. **
Permission has been granted by the
government  to  lay   the  new   24-inch
main from Coquitlam lake to the city
,     i through  the asylum  farm.    The city
spring appiie(j f0r a r\eeri 0I the right-of-way,
a Flor-; but U)ia was refusej_
The steamer Belfast docked at
Gilley Bros.' wharf yesterday with
three thousand barrels of cement.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays* Wednesdays ami
JYidays, 7:30 to 9:30.
nu��  ^^
new year, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, und all
kinds of cut flowers.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Holy
Trinity cathedral will hold a bazaar
in St. George's hall on Thursday,
Bishop de Pencier officiating at tiie
opening ceremony at    three o'clock.
Mrs. H.  A. Eastman, of Fifth ave,, -- -���-= . *   ���    ""cc  u.��puwui
will nst receive until after the. ��urln* the evening euchre will occupy
ithe atteution of the ladies and   the* ,.
g Phone R 208
The sacrament of baptism will be
administered after the evening service
at Olivet Baptist church tomorrow
evening.
The funeral of David  Caddell will
friends.
Tlie Men's Own of Queens Ar enue
Methodist church held their 'annuai
supper in the church hall las' i night
when about 250 members anr7, friends'
were present. The toast 0f "Our
Church," proposed by Rev Principal
Sipprell was responded to Dy Hev. rt.
\V. Powell in an interest! ,,g speech iii
___^_ -    .which he dealt with tb'3 possibilities
take  place  this    afternoon    at    two | Canada's noble heritage..     _    j{, pear.
o'clock from his aWther's    residence, son, who occupied the   chair  made an
Tenth   street,   Re\
officiating.
J.   S.   Henderson
tt 'a fast game of basketball at the
armouries smoker last night the com-
address of welcome, and the other
toasts were: "Our 'Juests," proposed
by Mrs. C. C. Fishr .r> and replied to
by  Rev. C. W.  Bi'JWn;   "Our Sunday
   ���-���--_���"��� ��� -~ "���""" | School,"   given   b',-   r    S    Keith   and
panies' team succeeded in defeating responded to by fJuper,ntendenW T
thr band team by a score of twelve to, Re�� The s���p ^^S^etVa.
1 played at inter .als during the even
ing and a ve'.y enjoyable time was
spent.
r
"We have just received a sel#ct
line df Sheffield cftsed
Carving
i ii p mSSBSSSBOBSSSOSt^SOtUSSSSm
Sets
Roger Bros. 184V, Knivn. and
Forks. Tea- Desert, and Table
,_3 ,.*. tnii the th'iim for a.
ni.-i   Clnisiaras present.     **
i      account  of being   <r(jnti��g
!      apace  me are going  io <eC\
our Aluminum  Ware At  COSV.
It will not ihrnish or cli p.   The
most sanitaQ.   Kitchen ���suretjn
'tiie market.
n
James &
McClughan
Cor. Sixth and
Front Sts.
The Cental Hotel tafe
Opposite B. C. ��. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
���������        V
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
Mrs. A. J. Hill will not receive until the flrst Tuesday in the new year.
Mrs. P. Peeney has returned from
���Seattle, where she had been visiting
triends for 'a month.
The ladies of the Maccabees will
hold a secial at tlie residence of Mrs.
L. Thornber on Tuesday evsning,
meeting at eight o'clock. A collection
will be taken up after Wfreshments
have teen served.
Miss L. M. Robeits and Miss J.
McKftven, of the staff of the Vancou-
*er Business Institute, have returned
from tVnliwack, where -they were the
/.uerts of fcftrs C McNlven, principal
of tlie High school.
While working In 'the planing mill
;at the Fraser Raw Mills yesterday
William Patterson, a young man employed on a machine, had one of bis
fingers cut off, Hc is being cared for
in  the  Royal  Columbian  hospital.
Six lots, throe facing Seventh
avenue and three facing Nanaimo, 200
feet east of Twelfth street car line, for
sale en bloc, at $TT.n each, one-third
cash. Reid, duals & Dorgau, 706
Columbia sire.at. **
Bandmaster A. S.    Leslie,    of   the
104th    regiment    fife   and drum and
bugle hand, is looking for half a dozen i
recruits.    J I* ��� uilready has    the    best)
hand of iis kind on the coast, but lie
is seeking to    make    it    better    and
would  be glad to hear of any young
fellows witfc rauHical ambitions.
The funeral rf Elsie Pearson Arkwright, w'm died nt the Royal Colum-
lan liosp;!.' in Thursday, will take
! lace this afternoon, interment being
in the Od'l Follows' cemetery. Rev.
C. W. Bro��x will conduct the burial
s'i". ice.
It is newr too late to order your
private greeting Xmas cards at
Morey's. The cards are right here
for your Inspection. W'e print them
right here. Give us your order.one
day and get your cards the next. Inclusive designs at Morey's. **
Mrs. J. Blair held a post nuptial reception at ber home, Cornwall stieet,
yesterday afternoon, when a large
number of ..friends were entertained.
Mrs. John Reid assisted the hostess
in receiving, and Mrs. R. Wintemute
poured tea. Mini* Reid, Miss Sinclair,
Mies Maud Sinclair and Miss Elizabeth Allan served.
Evening classes. All who wish to
attend evening classes for ordinary
education nre Requested to send thei.
names to the leeonetary of the school
board. If twenty or more apply, of
fourteen years of a. e and over, an
oveniiiK school may he opened in the
near future.
Waist Values
Exceptionally Attractive
Three Special Lines
on Sale, $4.50 each
The showing of waists made at this particular price emphasizes
our leadership In women's waists. We place on sale three styles
which for mid-season values eclipse anything ever shown in the store.
See the window showing for a lirst glimpse of the styles on sale.
FIRST���Delaine waists In striped and plain materials in brown,
navy, green, reseda, sky, rose, cream, etc., trimmed in attractive
fashion, making them suitable for afternoon and evening wear.
SECOND���Taffet. silk waists featuring many new cuts of front
portion and sleeves. Colors reBeda, hrown, Copenhagen, black,
myrtle, cream and navy. i^&__r^*<s* ___
THIRD���Ecru and cream net waists with fronts trimmed wltKj
lace bands and motifs, long sleeves, silk lined, ail sizes, 32 to 4(h ���i,
specially priced.
Our Range of
Women's
Neckwear
Holds First piace
We make the
^  ____���
tion than
came
.��f  neck-
no    store   in "the1*10   "��at
shows a nicer ,������ ai.K(,Se]ec
Hy Thursdlly^;:- '-,
a large shipment
ffear, novelties i���.i ���-
beaded evening ' '^
,,e^ed bow_, knitted3!?,,
scarves, ice WOo1 ' ^
Chiffon ruffs, Kiev?."68'
and collars, ���',' "S , \*����-��
jabots, and real lL "'e"teii
and Jabots.
"'Hill's
The Public
Supply Stores
Each $4. SO
Silk Lined
Net Exists
12.95  Each.
J��o��.id not be too much tf Wfl
Dad bought in lhe usual
way. in pricing them al
$2.96 each we tottm that
they will he surp i��� prove
attractive to dozens of
women who desire an Ine*
pensive waist for evening or
day use. Shown in ,,,.,,, alll|
cream Brussels net with em
broidered striped front-
three-quarter sleeves size-'
32 to 40. Bpecfe l price
each    $2.95
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look tbem
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Knitted
Street
Coats
$7.00 to
$13.50
Something    decidedly    handsome and at the same time of
the most serviceable  nature
Tiest  describest he new knitted
Btreet coats.    Tbey are German
made    of     heavy   Andalusion
yards in cream, navy, cardinal.
brown, tan, wine, myrtle, cham
pagne, etc.    A  variety ot" Btyles
with or without sweater collars,
pockets;   leinforced   seams,   cut
in regular coat style:  all si/is.
Bach  $7.00 to 513.50
A Further
Lowering of
Prices in
Colored
Trimmed
Hats
Half price on all the colored
trimmed  hats should   prove an
Irresistible  attraction   to  many
women  who  bavenotye  !
women  who  have not  yet  purchased ji   winter  bat,     We  are
but following up our usual custom of    previous    seasons    in
makinc early reductions���clearing out  all  hats before the end
of the season.   The special redaction! adverUeed  last    week
brought   dozen,    of   customers
who wcared satisfactory choice
from the display on tbe bargain
tables.    Today's announcement
will   lin'n?   early shoppers     for
first    choice.     Remember    half
price on every trimmed  hat.  . .
PLAID SIUC
WAISTINGS
60c to 90c Per Yard.
Attractive tartan and glaid
walstlngs In Louisine and chit
fon tuffeta. The most popular
tartans including Royal Stuart
Forbes, Mackenzie. .McKinnon,
Gordon, etc., are shown.
STRIPED SILK
WAISTINGS
50c to 90c Per Vara.
Many  nice light    Btripes   in
taffeta,       Louisine.      Japanese,
vegetable silk, etc.
BROCADED
FOULARDS
$1.00 Per Yard.
Foulard silks, 23 inches wii!.\
In Alice blue, old   rose,   nai ���,
black  and    grey,    .suii;:' le
fancy bags.
PAISLEY NEAR
SILK
75c Per Yart/..
Twenty-seven     inch
8ilk" in  navy and green    with
combination      designs;
and  particularly ad ij
for u*e under   ' '*"
'
light
sheer
chiffon for w
w. s. mm & c0
THE STOREjmmu^ ^ ^
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Van.ttone Heating and Plumbing Co.
.Viimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
The ladies Ot Knwx church, Sapperton, held a sncaQBSflfl sale of work in
(the church parlors yesterday after-
I noon, when a large variety of fancy
work and prod nets of the domestic
art were disposed of. Mrs. Kennedy
wt��d Mrs. McDougall pitcsldcd over the
fancy work table, Mrs. Stott bandied
tiie refreshment departs!ent, and Mis
Ok*ram served tea.
������"���������������^���������^���^^���������^^
������������������������������������������
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
r. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Some Good Buys
o Full Size Lot, Hanilfoi Sf., near Lord Kelvin School
i I Price $850.00, Terms
;; Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Termi
i! 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms
See us about Port   Mann
j; CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
; F. I HART & CO., Ltd. |
' ;*������*���������������������+��**++++***" ����������������������������������������������������������������������������
Yes we
Clean
Our
Process cf Dry Clea
MARVFL
We can reclaim many
ments you might
cast asid<
��*���*��� t*$
For the be
WQRI
Phone R 278 and
have  the wagon
promptly   for   your
Royal City Chem
Cleaners and
G. F.  BALDWIN, r
345 COLUMBIA
tW***
Royal Bank of Canada
Caidtal paid up  >6,200,000
Reserve       8,900,000
Tbe Bank bus 175 branches,
extendin. in Canada from tbe
Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba,
throtigliout the Island, also in
Porlo Kleo, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NJJiW YO UK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
-Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns nnd
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every  bunking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr
j ^!ect^ou^^;-
W"c   are   enn
Joor   and   an
arriucd  of
iano
���ded  to tti��
otlicr   carload
;\,e well-known
makers
J. H. TODD'S
419 Columbia Street
| OPEN
.HARD
iNTZMAN
JMINION
DOHERTY
iasy   Payments  if J��>re<1
Music House
Phone 694
EVENINGS
If you want so-
ner, ring up Phon
Spring Lamb, V'
that is good in
P. BF
Columbi'
mething choice for Today's Dm-
e 101 and order a nice roast of
aal, Spring Chicken or anything else
the meat Hne.   You can sure get it at
dRNS' MARKET
a Street       -        -       New Westminster

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