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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILr5& ex
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
...,,, 5  NUMBER ���"������''_
V0L1 ���"'��� " f,ti-8
GEORGE KENNEDY TO
60 WITH DELEGATION
president of Liberal Association Volunteers To Assist
In River Improvement.
���' ���     I 13
���>
TYPfcWRITERS
]j>
A -Standard  Make $5 Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   li.  C-.  WEDNESDAY   MORNING,  NOVEMBER  30, 1910.
PRICE  FIVE CENTS.
leputation wllich sets oul foi
(|i a on Thursday to interview the
governmenl regarding Bchemes to lm-
' the    Eraser    river    will    be
engthened by the addition of <	
Qeorge Kennedy, pres-
Tbe
SCHOOL THUSTtE TO TRY
FOU SFJT IN COUNCIL
st
J.  C.   Loree  Yields  to   Request  of   I
fluentlal   Deputation���List   of   Al-
dermanic   Candidates.
An Influential deputation waited up-
0,1 ���'��� ���'��� Loree, ot Ash street, .ne ot
the present members of the hoard of
school trustees, at his residence yesterday evening with a request that he
Permit hlmsell to be bioughl forts a candidate for alderman at
RETURN Of LIBERALS 10 POWER
IS NOW GENERALLY CONCEDED
Asquith's Adroitness Expected To  Steer Party Back To
Power���Unioni&ts Making Fight On Trifles-
Referendum Is Not Favored.
ward
,,,���..,.,,.,..,.. ""' forthcoming civic election,   After
more delegate, ueorge ..enneay  pres   explaining that he had no overwhelm-
jdent "i tlie   Liberal   association   ol   ing ambition to be an alderman. Mr.
Loree acceded to the wish ol the call-!and the Irish, and forcin
ers and announced that he would he! into a quagmire of
in  the running,    llo did  nol  outline!
lasi    inmn,   hu.   iM'iiin-iM    . , .'mu
association b .   hls  piatforn]  |a8|  evening,  hut   it   Is
I   be  bad  boon  asked   by   understood  he  is  not  coming  under
Itt.ens to go with the delega-  the  wing  ol  the Citizens league   or      Balfour appeals clevei
v I tel
meeting of the executive of the
last  night. Mr.  Kenned)
A' B
stated
many
ti0��� t,, Ottawa.    Mr.
that n l!;'1 association approved of the
idea, he would go, although be could
ill afford   the   time   away    from    his
busi!!' However,   he   considered
tlie matter of such urgent Importance
���,.,, ).,. telt i hiit he should go and the
Liberal association would tnd he call-
el] u,���,ii to arrange for the expenses.
The offer was gladly accepted hy
the executive, and Mr. Kennedy will
),,. Dne of the party which leaves for
(���, ura on Thursday.
Xl,,. executive meeting further <le-
<i,k"i to approve of the project of
scndiiiK ii 'leputation to wa.lt on the
government and in favor ni the pro-
poa    v.  . h they will take with them.
Although Mr- Kennedy will ro to
Ottawa primal Hy to urge the Impi ove-
ment ol tl e Praser, he will also in-
tervie�� I ��� governmenl to si e if
tomethlng cannot he done to Improve
thi ; Btal facilities in New Westmin-
itei 0 matters of importance ��'o
Ci l distiict  will he brought
bei        e  attention   of  the  govern-
***"*.'- L, _
Lou ion, Nov. 29.���It is generally
conceded that Liberals will return to
parliament with an actual, though reduced, majority. The Liberal victory
will he due to the premier's adroitness  in conciliating the  Labor men
the peers
quagmire of discussions over
the  del,tils of  thc  house  of lords  re
form.
to model-
Kennedy stated   an>  other body.
Here is a list of
definitely announced their intention
io use the prefix Aid. next year���if
thi' electorB so decide': A. W. (Iray,
.1. S. Bryson, Silas Fader. .1. (.'. Loree',
Alfred Hardman, ll. Williams, Bam
Jackman, W. Dodd, .lohn li. Campbell,
C.  A.  Welsh   and  .1.  j.   Johnston
by
hite   men,   and   is   ably    seconded
'l'e.im',n wh." !**_, Lloyd-George, whose vituperations has
driven eight Liberal peers and eight
commoners into the Tory camp.
'l'he Unionists make a mistake   in
following such huhhles as that of the
petty   Redmond-American-dollar   sensation, which was hurst hy ChancellorI peers.
of  Exchequer's American heiress on-1    Moreover
Blaught, whose merciless sarcasm de
und liis American paymasters.
The issues are narrowing down.
The Conservatives make much of the
menace of home rule. They proclaim
that the plan of the Liberals for the
reform of the House of Lords means a
single chamber government and put
to tlie front their new policy of refer*
endum.
There Is great fervor among the
Liberals, a feature heing the sudden
referring zeal of piesent lords, who
claim that Lansdowne's referendum
scheme is a snare because the parties
would he unequally invoked togethei
undei' it.
Under it, that conservating measures would always sail smooth
through the House of Lords, while the
referendum would tie invoked only
for  Liberal  hills  distasteful  tii    the
VETERANS OF BOER WAB     COUNCIL BELItVES
Ml WIDELY SCATTERED!      c^t^ m
Of Eight Westminster Men Who Took
Part  in   South  African  Campaign,
Only  Three  Are   Here.
Dr. Spencer Gives Aldermen
Pointers On How Licenses
Should Ee Handled. ���
Tlie dove of peace brooded over tho
city council once more at the special
Eleven years ago yesterday the first
Canadian contingent, to the Soutli African war arrived at Capetown. In
that contingent there were eight New-
Westminster men, and although they \ session held in the city hall last
all returned to New Westminster aft- night for the' purpose of giving Dr.
er the war, there are only three, O.j Spencer a hearing on the subject of
Wilkie, G. Bruce Corbould and Charles amendments to the municipal clauses
Leamy. who are living here now, the   act   which  it  is  proposed  to   reoom-
bave   not   quite   decided   what   ollice  iigilts {he Liberals and some Tories,
they   will   contest.     With   these   two | 	
name.,  may  he  bracketed  that of T.I    London   Nov. 29.���Politicians of all
.1.   I i app.
Members of t
I parties are straining every nerve to
ie present aldermanic! crowd into a few davs' work that in
hoard   who  have  not   made  anv  an-| ordinary
j latter returning here from Ashcroft
last   night.
Of the other five, ,1. N. Battson Is in the states: W. Wallace and
W. L. Brooking are in eastern Canada
and Albert Loman und Porter Smith
��� are dead.
Both men had tragic ends in widely
separated   places.    Loman  committed
j sulfide hy shooting himself through
the head in the Vancouver provincial
i police station. Porter Smith was shot
and murdered in the streets of the
city of St. Paul.
O. Wilkie is the chief constable of
; the [provincial force here, and G.
Bruce Corbould is in the real estate
ller-
they estimate the cost of
each appeal to the people as $l(J,l)U0,-
000.
An Interesting factional cleavage
has occurrd in Balfour's party over
the tariff reform.   The Spectator, the j business.
spokesmen of the Unionist free <\id-      At tlie time of tlie first contingent
���is   spread    hvd.    ers, has proposed that the tariff   re- sixty men  went from British Colum-
Nearly   all    the formers pledge themselves to submit bia.     Of  these  most   have   returned
action tonight.      .the question to a referendum, it  not   anj   are  scattered    in   the
/AiMMH ,,. iwiiuui, leader of the Op-1 being   a   leading   issue   of  the   cam- [ only six were kllfed
position in the house of commons, he- paign.
fore ti meeting in Albert Hall, where1     The  most  ardent   tariff   reformers,
George  lie warmly supported the referendum led by the Morning Post, contend that
I described the government as puppets   it  is  the  foremost  principle  of   the
probable,    remain    to   be dancing to tlie tune of John Redmond  party.
heard from.   It would not be wise to        . 	
mention  names
nouncement   aie   .).   B.   Jardine    "��� ���
|bert Gilley and .1. Carter Smith.
.Men  suggested  as   possibles   who I
have   definitely   announced   they   will
not   seek civic  honors,  include  Peter
Peebles,    J.   C.   Blair   and
Adams.
A    few
,elei.'tions
weeks  or   months,
heavy guns were in
Arthur J. Balfour.
hut I). I). Bourke. It.
Watson. Marshall Sinclair, .1. N.
Aitchlson, J. Cameron and John Doe
may he guessd at.
MANY
ST   BARNABAS    BAZAAR.
LIGHTS    TO    BE
INSALLED
GIFT OF TRAVELLING BAG   i AMERICAN TEAM WINS
I   TO REV. C. W. HOUGHTON        INTERNATIONAL RACE
province,
six were kWfed in the war, but
several died through disease ancl injury. None of the men considered
Soutli Africa as good a place to live
as British Columbia, and the survivors  returned  to  Canada.
PASTOR
APPROVES OF
THE    NUDE
mend to the government.
Briefly stated, these tire as follows: Ml To give the council power to re luce the number of licenses
by bylaw, subject to a majority vote
of electors. (2) To make decisions
of the license commissioners subject
to appeal before the county court, and
the decisions of the county court subject to reversal or otherwise by the
court of appeals. (3) To make the
appointment of license commissioners
by vote of the electors, instead of the
present system. i4) To place the
police commissioners on the same
basis.
On discussion, the first three
clauses were approved as tliey stood,
and the fourth disapproved, the council adding a rider that they would endorse the election of one police commissioner and tlie appointment of two
by the city council.
The mayor pointed out that the police commissioners differed from the
license commissioners in that they
were a spending body, and this it
was advisable that such a body should
be an elective one. The council was
already troubled in trying to curb the
unbridled expenditures of one such,
the school board, and weie the police comradssloners placed on the
basis,    there
IN   CITY
Sale
Bis'-op r'e  Pencier Will   Declare
of Work  Open  at  3  p.  m.
Bader the auspices of the Women'B
. mi...��� ol St. Bat nabas' church, a
bmtir will be conducted this afternoon > ��� ��� ', enlnj? in Bl. Bai nabas'
hall, the lord bishop of the diocese
presl Iin t I he opening ceremony at
' In   addition   to  all   the
ma attractions,   there   wlll
be a coti] ��� of raffles, tlie prizes be-
lni ' tmaa cake and a doll. A
musl a od insti umental program
��ill be :..-.en this evening.
1  ��� who will be in charge of i avenue,
the  different    booths    a:o:      Fancy   Btreets,
work. Mra   II. P, Latham, Mis. Allan  George.
Grant,   Ml a   Wright;   candy    booth,  avenue.
Mrs  Pere;   Peele, Mrs. Oakley, Mrs. avenue.
Ba : ���      plain Bewlng, Mrs. Mosdell,I avenue
Mrs   Vndrews;   tea   room.   Mrs.  Gordon r.   Corbould,   Mis.    E.   Cantell,
Mrs  Ge I   e  Blakeley;  tish pond. Miss
>'���"��� Miss    Sband.     Miss    Vera
Shaii", Miss Muriel Oakley.
stre'Jt.
SAPPERTON    LACROSSE   CLUB
WILL    HOLD    A    SMOKER
Tic Sapperton Lacrosse club is in
need of funds, and remembering the
brand of lacrosse which this organization dished up to its patrons last sum-
The following is a detailed description    and    location    of    the     electric
lights  recommended  by  the  committee  .mil approve l  by  the council al
tin li meet lng on Monday:
Arc    Lights.
Lulu   Island   Bridge,  cast   end.    Ltt-
lu   Island   Biidge  west  end.   Lulu  Island  Bridge,  Ewen road and Duncan |
avenue.    Fourth   avenue   and    Four-
si eet.     Nanaimo   aid   Tl ir-
ti   i   h street   Nanaimo and Fifteenth
street.    Queens   avenue   and   Mowat
Btreet.    Lord Kelvin school and 1   Mi
Tenth     stieet     and  '  Eighth
Fourth   avenue   an!    r Ifth
Fourth    stieet     and    st.
Third   street    and    Seventh
Second   street   and   Seventh
Sei ond Btreel and Eighth
Firsl street and St. Patrick's
Third street and Sixth avenue. Sherbrooke and Richmond. Alherta and
Richmond. Front street between
Cleeve Cannery and Penty Cotta.es.
i four lights), A. nes and Eighth
street. Agnes and Sixth street. Ram-
age street. Thirteenth and Third avenue. Thirteenth street and Eighth
avenue. Brunette street at Nels Nelson's.
100   Candle  Power.
Corner   l.eith   and     Jones.     Dublin
stieet.    Edinburgh and Henley. Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
Rector  of  S.t.   Barnabas   Remembered   Holmer   and   Queal   Defeat   St.   Yves
by   Congregation    of   Eve   of    De-     |     and  Svenborg  in   Marathon��� Fin-
parture   Prom  City.
On the eve ot his departure for Los
Angeles, where he will spend the win-  '��� ���
ter,  Rev.  C.   W.   Houghton,  who   recently   resigned   the  charge   of   St.
Barnabas   Anglican   church,   was   on
'Monday evening presented with a
handsome Russian leather travelling
bag and an  address appreciative of
'his   services   duiing   the   seven   years
! lie  !��s been  rector of St.  Barnabas.
, Tbe address was read by William Nelson, while S. A. Fletcher presented
the gift to  Mr   Houghton.
Following   is   the   text   of  the
dress:
Kev. C. W. Houghton:
Dear Sir���lt is with deep regret
that we learn that you have decided
to sever the ties wliich lmve united us
during the past seven years, in which
time we have bad the pleasure of
working with you in this parish, ever
finding in you both a spiritual adviser and a  friend.    You  have   always
IN   ART  same    basis,    there    would    possibly
. , arise  the  same  difficulty.    His  wor-
Denver, Nov. 29.���"The world,slliP *���'���* not explain, however, In
would have lost much had there been what way the council, itself an elec-
no nude In art. Tlie idea of the artist tive body, was necessarily more fitted
is lost In drapery." Dr. George R. Vos- t0 control expenditures than any
burgh, pastor of th.e First Baptist ��}her similarly appointed aggfega-
Church, startled liis audience when lie  tion.
made   tlie    above   statement,   at   thel     Uv- Spencer  also asked the council
imeeting of the  Denver Philosophical to consider taking Steps to sup; res.
society. [the  white  slave  traffic  and  the   red
  I    The subject of Dr. Vosburgh's talk  ���-&*���*��� district, suggesting to the gcv-
was  "Should There  Be Any   Limita- ernment that licentiousness be an of-
New York   Nov. 20.���The  American   tion to th.e Freedom of Expression in fence umlei' the code, preventing mov-
llans    Holmer    and    William '��� Literature?"     He  took  liteiattire  lit log picture showa from showing flghta
nish   Team   Third.
Queal, won the international mara-.its broadest sense, meaning anything a?d acts of crime, and asking the pro-
thon team race over the full marathon! that expressed a thought, and con- vincial government for an injunction
course at Madison Square Garden to-'fined his talk principally to art Iaw   penalizing   owners   of   property
night 'I heir time was two hours. He defended that much-talked of used for immoral purposes. The court-
two minutes  sixteen and one-fifth sec-' and  much criticised  statue of Venus  cil unanimously expressed the opinion
bv saving that, had the sculptor drap-, t,,at t,iese suggestions were good,
ed   fhe  nude  figure  all   the   beautvl     ih*ch  discussion,  more or  less  fti-
would have been lost to the world of i ti,e-  arose "n  the fl��estion of water
I rates and  the  manner   of   collection
onds.
Henry St. Yves and John Svenborg,
the French-Swedish team, were second and William Kolehmainen and
Karl Niemsmen, tlie Finnish team,
were third.
art  and  the  world of expression
'Tread Sappho," said Dr. Vosburgh. I thereof.     Alderman    Bryson    stated
ad-
THREE
HUNDRED   MEN
SWEPT   OUT   TO   SEA
Astrakhan,   Russia,   Nov.   29.���Dur-
Yes, f read that book which has call--*'"'
ed  forth   t;.a   rebuke   of  many  men
who are much more learned than I.
"Perhaps  it  was  the reputation of ^'-J^f,".,..'"
the book that flrst Induced me to read
it.    I had heard that tt was bad���too
bad to be read, and I wanted to find
been  courteous and helpful to us in I
lng a sudden tempest in the Caspian]0ut for myself.   So I read it, and the
book proved to be a moral uplift to
me."
Dr. Vosburgh says that the thinks
that books of that type should be
kept from children and those persons
of   immature   mind,   but   he    thinks
sea today a landing stage, ou which
were  H00  Persian   dockworkers,  was
dragged     from     its    moorings    and
swept out to sea.
The storm  was  so vio;ent that al-
tempts at rescue were futile   and all
TOpr, ii   is  to  be  hoped  that   their ef-( streets.    Hobson avenue.    Regina   be-
fOrtl to raise  the  wind   may  be sue-   tween Second and Third streets.    Sec-
Manful     l-or this purpose it  hns been   0nd   and   Sandringham   avenue.    Car-
ieclded  to  hold  a  smoker,  at   Which! r0U   street.     Northeast  corner   Major
two    boxing     and     two     wrestling ��� street.    Cedar street, about  half way
JMtohes will be pulled ofl    The place   up.    Knox  street  about   half  Way  up.
is 'I'"  Eagles   hall,   and   the  date  De-   Garfield  street.
cember 9.    .lack Thompson will meet , 32-Candle   Power.
Tom   Wesley,   and   Kid   Peterson   will |     First   stieet   between   St.   Patricks
al,l"��i'i  to  pul   it   over   H.   Coutts.; ai���i   seventh   avenue    (two   lights
oyr deliberations and we are proud tov        that uny of the ma wlu be Bav.  t|)ev are _ot lojurlou8 t0 tlle maUll.e
say  that  our  meetings  have   always I  fl has been ab;lIuioned.
been    pleasantly    and    harmoniously i , .��� .
conducted under your guidance. j    The (.ustoms department on Tlmrs-
We  take  this  oppottunlty  of pres- j flfty wiu (.ondlK.t a saie 0f goods   on
enting to  you  this  small   gift   as   a I w,;u.h ^uty i,as not been paid in the
customs   warehouse   on   Sixth   stieet.
Tl
put   it   over    l
"':" performances will be In the na-
"n'' nl exhibitions of the manly ait
l!   : > Ol    yel    been    decided    what
*ri ������'-   wiil  appear,  but   the  Inten-
,|" ' to put  up some classy mat art-
****** Howard  Welsh, secrelaiy of t
'' engineering the show.
First   and   Secon I.
ie
TRANSCONTINENTAL    COST
$71,918,843 TO   DATE
and
Oakland,   between
Harvey Btreet.
This work will be commenced Immediately, but it will probably be
well Into the new year before it can
be   completed.
PLANS    NOVEL    CELEBRATION.
New York   May Act As Host to  Meet
slight token of the esteem  In  wliich
i we hold you and we trust that your
future may be both a happy   and   a
! prosperous one.
We remain, on behalf of the church
committee of St. Barnabas church of
New Westminster. B. C.
FDWARD    B.  STINCHCOMBB,
WILL1AN    NELSON,
Wardens.
New    Westminster,   November   JS,
1910.
The purchaser is not obliged to go
blind as is the case when an unclaimed baggage sale is held. All the packages have been opened and the purchaser may inspect the goods.
MONTREAL
NATIONALS
AT   LOGGERHEADS
mind and should be read.
THE    LUCKY    ONES.
List of  Prize  Winners  In   Raffles
Catholic   Bazaar.
at
01
HUM
shows
liSl'1,1
iwa, Nov. 29.���Tbe sixth an-
reporl of the commissioners of
''"' National Transcontinental Rail-
tabled in parliament. Monday1
thai up to the end of the last
year the total expenditure on
j"' road had been $71,91^,848. For
q��5 �����'lr the expenditure was $19,-
:.A'��� ���'<'��� The tctnl grading done to
March 31, 1910, was 1100 miles, while
"je total amount of track laid was
*'" '"lies, of which IIUS miles w��s
" m;,iu  Hack  and   IM  miles  In  sdd-
ItlM.
���liemo
&TOLE    OVER    A    MILLION.
Atl3ust Ropke Given Sentence  of Ten
to  Eighteen  Years.
Louisville,    Ky.,    Nov.    29,
Kopke today entered a plea of guilty
'   "Ve    counts    of    the    indictment
' 'arging him with  embezzlement of
"ll(1* Of the Fidelity Trust com-
>'iie total of his' defalcations
,Xa�� $1,490,000.
���The  amount   was   reduced   by   re-
��v��ri��a  t0  $1,090,000.      Ropke   was
;,'�� a sentence of from ten to eigh-
l>p'iV0aiK  ln  the  Penitentiary,   this
""Ity    covevino-    oil   >,<e   offences.
ing of Parliaments
New   Vork.   Nov.   29.���Th'
for a World's Fair in 1913 having tatl-
ed  to receive approval from the   committee    Of  100   appointed   by  Mayo
Oaynor,   the   citizens   Worlds   Fall
Committee set a letter to the mayor
today proposing a now form o   cele-
bration.    The new idea is that Ne*
,ot as host to a joint meeting
parliaments   of   the   world   In
1913     lt is suggested that a
committee   of   600   bo   appointed   to
determine  the
bration,   100   to   le   se
or of New York, 1""
Mr, Houghton returned thanks for
the gift In an appropriate manner, referring to the time he had spent
this city, to
m
Montreal. Nov. 29.���The quarrel in
the camp of the National Amaieur
Athletic association took on a new
phase yesterday when tive directors
Of the association entered suit against  story
Following is the complete list of
the prizes and winners in the different raffles conducted at tlie Catholic
bazaar held last week in St. Patrick's hull:
Wider set���Mrs. W. Bourke; perfect pantry, Walter Bourke; clock,
Mrs. W. N. Clarke: bracelet, Mrs. W.
I. .McLeod; oil painting, K. C. McKenzie; oil painting. George Feeney;
fruit set, Gladys Corrigan; electric
lamp. Mrs. Lionel Williams; three-
cake,   Mrs.   .1.   D.    Brymner;
it   was   not    sufficiently    well
i.iiov.'h ur.it undei   the present bylaw
substantial discounts were allowed for
idvance,   and   wanted
something  done   to  induce   users   of
| water  to   take  advantage   of   these,.
1 wliich would also save the water department much work.    He also asked
why   water  extension should be cliarg-
, ed  to revenue account, instead of capi-
! tal. thus making the department show
1 an enormous deficit in spite   of   the
fact that receipts had largely increased.
Alderman Gray pointed out that the
Isame applied to electric light. Finally, it was decided that on all water accounts should be paid in advance at
least three months, with the privilege
or making this period six or twelve
months, discounts to be allowed being 25 per cent, 27Vi per cent aui
30 per cent respectively; thut the rato ���
for a horse or cow he uniform.", 3U
cents; that the Increased rate for
families of more than flve he eliminated; and that the chairmen of the
water and light committees ftri'ng forward a resolution at the nert masking dealing witli the matter of charging extensions and other more or less
permanent expenditures.
TO
which be said he   would Adolphe Lecours .former president of  cameo   brooch
always  look
of l leasui e.
York
of  the
the year
ASTON   VILLIANS   ENTER
CITY    FOOTBALL   LEAGUE
haracter of the cele-
cted   by  the
by the gov
100 by the gov
of Canada.1-  I<0,)el
11. P. Keary; gold
bracelets, John B. Gray; statues,Mary
Humphrey; novelty frame, Joseph
Lugaie; sugar bowl, -Airs. Willi nn
Walsh; pel fume bottle, Miss A.
Rogers; ring, Miss Ruby Beekimin;
jardiniere, Uev. J. Rocher; cigar case,
McColl; coffee pot, J. M. Mur-
towel rack, Mrs. VV. J. McLeod;
sugar bowl and creamer, C. A. McCallum; manicure set, Sister Augustine;
ESTABLISH   A
BOARD
OF    PAROLE
the
lmiiv
Allgust sugges ae8cenl te     nu
,    New   Vork   previous  to   a  cent,   y
ago    The remainder of the committee
��� .   tn i*r* pin'1"  '���"  of re
patriotic   societies,
tae Dlan point  '""
..    .���__    ni.vfnf i -i r\    uu'.utra    m   **������
in  New  York In V'i'���'���
,,' ru .-if. ������>" 'i""'
back   with  a  great  deal the association tor defamatory  libe
It Is alleged that a recent meeting,
Mr. Lecours state 1 that be bad been
accused of mismanagement by the diiectors. These deny that <they
ever said anything of the sort and are
"        ' I construing   Mr.   Lecours'   remarks  as j H.
Another team has entered the city  ufoellouB.      The directors in question ] Phy
football league,   the   Aston   VUlians, are  Messrs.  Dumouchel,  Ledoux, Du-
Manager C. Coldicutt.   The Aston Vil- ,iuette> Broullette and Lebeau.
Hans  have  succeeded  in  signing   up, 	
some good players .and will stand ai
gcod chance In the league. |    Mrs. C.    G. Major held a post-nup-
The following is a list of the play- tial   reception   at  her  home,  Queens
ers thev  have secured:     B.  Longfel- avenue, yesterday afternoon, when a
'  t\w   1   Lyons   Brisbane, VV. Turnbull,  large   number  of  guests   were enter-' encyclopedia
'���     "        ��� ���-   '     "   "    "���-   "*   "   " -   Mrs.   VV.   Keith:    umbrella
H. Monk; umbrella (men's), J. Quest;
umbrella (ladies'), Alberta Lavery;
umbrella (ladies'), Daniel Sullivan;
Miss cushion, P. Rowler; cushion, George
Morrow;   cushion,   Mrs.   Clark;   ham.
Toronto, Nov. 2(J.���The establishment of a board of parole at the
Guelph prison farm promises to be
one of the most Interesting experiments in the treatment of criminals
yet made in America. Among other
thlngs, the board wi 1 be able to
equalize the sentences of the prisoners. It often happens that prisoners
convicted   under  exactly   similar  dr
ill ay
emor Of New Jersey.
ernor general and prem er
and  100   by   the   president   ot   tl.e
l'nited States. ,'Coldicutt. ,   ,   ,
The   president's   appointees,   re   is     Tllt, Hangers have got most of their
.gested.  should  he  American era- together and  will also have a
T. R. Pear-
ink   stand,  J.   M.   Murphy;   table,   M.  cumstances  by  different  magistrates,
Murchie;   flower   stand,  J.   Bromley; : or by the same magistrates at dlfter-
Hand  bag,   Mrs.   M.  Pumphrey;    per-' ent   times,   are   given   different   sen-
fume case,
T. Honour
tson   O. Peele, H. Gifford, J.  talned.    Mrs.  Stott, Mrs.
1    Fitzgerald, A. W. Benedett, T. C.if- son,  and   Mrs.  Hurry   Major assisted
H    Vrclilbald, 11. Turner and C.  the  hostess  in  receiving the guests,
', ford.
*iMl*tl-
Those  favoring
that an Invitation
while Mrs. J.  B,  Kennedy and   Mrs
Hill   poured   tea.    Miss   Stott,
,,���,���   ,,���.,. nor   a,...   ��...   ,..���-   ......   - Kate  Stott,   Miss   K.   McDougall  and
strong  team.    The  following players Miss Mabel Wood served, and Mrs. J.
have   been   signed  on   by   Manager Stlllwell Clute cut Ices.
Grant:    S.  Mortison, J.   Evans
VV. Orme; sauce pan, Mrs.  tenos,  giving   grounds   for  complaint
picture. Mrs. VV. Beaudro; | of  injustice   on   the   prisoner's   i art.
,l.   C.    Embree;    plate,   Any am\,  injustices can be rectified
i men s), .through the new board's recommendations for clemency to the minister ot
Justice at Ottawa.
Borland J. J. Gifford. K.. Runacres, C.
Woods, J. Carse, W. Ferguson, C. C.
Million-Dollar   Cheque.
Negotiations   for   the   purchase   of
to'afr the-Christian bodies in all tte
covering   all   hls
KUK. 80C''etary ��f U,e baUUUlg SSab^bi'tmpleted in 1913
Smith  D.  A.  Marshal, O.  Wllkie, 0. the Pacific. Whaling company by the
Currle, R. Smith, W. Grant and Doug- c. N. R., have now been closed.   It Is
lis and Sutherland.      The last   two reported  that  the  railway   company
players have Just come from Scotland yesterday     issued     a     million-dollar
where  they  played  with  the   Alrdle cheque as flrst payment���the biggest
,.,,,,,, ii   u.���int.... ,u i Amateurs,  one  of  the  best  amateur negotiable cheque ever made out In
ti  nnd that the Panama wnai wiu teamg Jn Scotlftnd< Brit}8h Columbia.
world to meet
tn   thr*   Intc-n.-.t
i. sued by the meeting of"the Bpl8C0��
,,i   church   recently   held    in  un���� ]
nl   church
GREAT   BENZINE   EXPLOSION.
Four   Tanks   Containing   Over   Two
Million Gallons  Destroyed.
Berlin,  Nov.  29.���Four  tanks  containing two and half million gallons
of benzine exploded last night ln the
suburb of Rummelsburg.   There were
no fatalities, but the whole city was
lighted up by the flames.    The' damage ls estimated at $750,000.    Other
the complete vote was as I tanks,   holding   two   million   gallon*
Wet, 1530; Dry, 670. 'were endangered:.
George Morrow; ham, Min. J. J.
Walsh; bride doll, Gladys Corrigan;
large baby doll, Mrs. Corder; Teddy
bear. Jack Corder; baby doll. Alma
Lewis; ted doll, Mary Carroll; Irish
doll, Dorothy McKay; Raffle doll, Joseph Goyette; doll bed, G. E. Cambridge.
In the mock plebiscite on the question,   "Should  Westminster  go  'Wet'
or 'Dry,
follows:
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER ;-   .... II *��
WH.TE,   SH.LES   &   CO. y $   p^c  gjg WftR
TO DESTROY WOLVES
Re.il   Est.ite   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia  St.
New   Westminster.
WANTKD���MRS- BEGG, DRESS-
maker, experienced, good fit; per
dav $2.00.    713 Trew stieet.
DONT   overlcok   the   opportunity   to 	
Make money in Xew Westminster's
best residential district.    Get in be- j Action    Due    to
fore   the   raise   in values.      White
Shiles iv Co. have some extra good
buys  in this locality, which it  will
pay you to investigate.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Residence   Phone   133
WANTED���IMPROVED    15    OK
acre/arm in Langley district.    Wil   NINE  choice  lots on  Seventh  avenue
paj   $1000 cash with balance   over
Enormous
Losses To Cattlemen and
Dastruction of Game.
"hone  661
west, near the new  1?. C.   Electric
A CANADIAN PAClflC
RAILWAY CO.
four  or  live  year
W., News office.
Address     Hox      cutoff at  $5.25 each on easy terms;     Washington,    t*lo\
9.���The   enor-
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone   R   113. Office:   Princess  St
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN Gfi.V
eral housework. Am ly Mrs. P.
Latham. 239  Fourth street.
the western cattle ranges and the de-
terms.   These will advance rapidly mo,)S *QSSBa slllTerea by stockmen on
in price as soon as tl.e work is completed.
  struction of game on forest reserves.
modern  homes in all  parts of th;  private game reserves, southern plant
City for sale on easy term"
Train  Service New
Westminster
at ions,
SCANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO   COMFORTABLE  home on Thirteenth  parks   through   the   6
write flre insurance in the district;!   .Street   near  the  orphanage,  $1400;   Wolves have been the
only .ood reducer need apply, giv-      small cash payment and "balance as L,   invcs[U;ltion   hy
ED GOULET, Agent  C.  P
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver
int: full particulars with credentials;
��� , od commission. Applications to
be forwarded   to A. L. Cardin, 50o
Dominion Trust building. Vancouver. IS: C.
WANTED -- GIRL FOR LIGHT
duties at Victoria boarding house;
good wages. Brunette street. Sap-
I erton.
\ ED���POSITION   ON   FARM,   i
vears experience  in general    farm
ing.    Address   H.   N.,    care
News.
rent.
NEW Six-room rr.odern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $2700;
$500 cash balance monthly.
irge farms and iu the national
lepredations   of     10:30���From  Vancouver  and Ags
cause of a spe- siz.
... ,    .    ,      12:10���From     Montreal
the   Biological ^ 0kanaKan,   (Nc, B7).
��� Survey, in co-operation with  the for-      17:05���From Vancouver.    (No.  96).
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been in the Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number of yeais,
has opened up a similar business in
this city. Latest fashions. Suits
made to order.   Fli guaranteed. Phone
,! "ur call  at   Kwoiig Oil  Wo Building
KootenayIWJ Columbia ��ireai.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 3,5
Office, Front St., Fc-' -t
Sixth.
See   us  about  a   new  five-room   house
on Hamiliton street, one block from
car line
ment
121 10 with small cash pay ���
estry  bureau  to  ascertain   the   best
methods for destroying these destroyers of stock and game.
The chief object  of the report.
cording   to   Chief   Forest'!'   (Laves.  Is
to put Into the bands of every h nti
trapi er, foresl  ranger and  ran :hm in
Daily
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628   and   746   Columbia   st.
New   Westminster.
19:20���From  Seattle and  Mission.
22:60���From  Montreal and   Nicola.
(No. l).
Departures,
v  30���-To    Vancouver,    Seattle,    Nl-
n.l Montreal,
11 no���To Vancouver.    1 No, '.'71.
i - 55 -To okanagan. K< otenay and
Moi tre il   ' S'o   96).
WANTED���A   CHILDREN'S   NURSE
for  four  months.    Apply   Mrs.    Ur.
Jones, 4S Koyal  avenue.     	
^ V.NTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
FOR   SALE.
FOR  SALE���General  store  and  building on acre lot;   house over stoie. >
consisting   of   two   bedrooms,    kitchen, parlor.  Btable,  woodshed and
storeroom,  including  stock,   postof- .
Bi e, telephone, agency C. P. R., and j
Dominion   Express   agencies;    near
Jvew     Westminster.     Full   particulars, appv to A. C. D.. P. O. Box 29
city.
tr.
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks in cultivation. S-i. an
acre; first-class Boil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Box 29, city. tf.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up   $6,200,000
Kesei ve          6.900.000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canad* from the
Atlantic to the Pacific: in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico. Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND,
Drafts is^ied without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr,
directions for trapping, poisoning and i: -,.. To Agassiz and Vancouver,
hunting wolves and finding  the deas 21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. l)
of  the young.    Should  the  directions H.  W.  BRODIE.  G.  P.  A.,  Vancouver,
be rigidly followed it is believed thai ' couver.
the wolves can be so reduced in num- ���                     	
ber that their depredations will cease _.      _--,    ���\���*t TTVT/^ C
to be a serious menace to the increase iv..    JL .   r"^rx.l IN VJ -L<
cf stock and came. .__
"Prime     wolf    skins."   Mr.    Graves EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
Anents  for  the   HALL   SAFE  CO.
I
OFFICE:      Room   5,   Market   Block.
Opposite City  Hall.
��� Plione L578. P. O. Box 795.
HATT COOK
FOR  SALE���JERSEY    COW
bred, resistered. fresh: record 19
quarts per day. Apply W. H. Madill,
75d Columbu street, or on premises,
"brick housC Douglas road.
PURE The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer. United States. Mexico and southwest-:
em  Canada,  comprising  several  spe-l
sail,   "are   worth    $4   to   $6   each:
enough to induce trappers and enterprising  ranchmen   to  make  an   effort I
to secure them if a reasonable degree j
of success is assured.    Stock owners .
need little encouragement to catch or
kill  wolves on their own ranges and
it is believed that the forest rangers
will  be able  to  keep  down   the   increase on the forest reserves.    Their
complete extermination  on  the  western ranges is not, however, to be expected  in  the  near  future,  and  it  is
only   by   constant   and   concerted   ef- i
fort  that   their  number  can   be  kept1,
down  sufficiently  to   prevent   serious >
depre lations."
;    The Biological survey in an exhans-       VANCOUVER  TO  victoria.
I tive  re;ort   shows  the  wolves  to   bei
'divided into groups, the smaller coy- 10:00 a. m Daily except Sunday
otes. or prairie wolves, of the western |  1:00 p. m   Dally
TO  SEATTLE.
m '  Daily
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheoule.
I Cars  leave  Vancouver  for  New  West-
minster at 6:60, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m.. and ever)  half hour thereafter
until   1 1 ; >������  p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 6:50, 6:20, 6 SO, 7:20 ��
S;00 a.m., and every ha.t hour lilt-rafter  until   11:U0 o.m.
Sjnday  Schedu'e.
Cars  leave Vancouver  :��ir  New   West
niln=ter at  8:00 ani 'J:'"-1 a.m..   m
every    half
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vai
couver at 2:00 h tu.. and ov��ry hai
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of T-.i
Arrival: ��t
20:00���United Bt ti
-
8 30    Vai
' dail) excepl
1 -Vancouvi r via 1
(dailj   ���
:��� Vancouvi
idaily   ,
8: 30- -VI ���
���
:     00     \ :   tl
";	
7:30���Ui  ti
Idal
:5
'��� '���'
hour   thereafter    uniH j 12:10���AU   points  ���
ropi illy)   .
"���All  poinl    ���
���
,���,   11      , 12:10���Sap) ertoi
hour thereafter until  11  p.m. Vilis
Eburne  Line. Sunday 1     ....
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7 J 20:00���Sapperton
mills      1A ....      ,    . ���
S md
���
1
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
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 j
S a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New  j.,
Westminster. !
10:00 a.
527  Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 550.
FOR    SALE���CHANCE    FOR    POUTj
Mann worki en :-..fortable. neat
scow house, in very er.od condition. 1
three rooms, etc. Apply 20S Front j
street. City.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building  Constructor.
��� I    Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Con-
cies  and   sub-species,  and   the  larger;
gray, black or timber wolves distrlb-,U:3�� P< m   L)aily
uted practically throughout the whole j jq manAIMO.
of   North   America  from   Florida  and _     ,
.the table land of Mexico to the Arctic    ?:0�� P- m I,al,y t'x<"1" 8unday
ocean. TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
8:17
10:30
These large wolves, commonly called   'loafers"  or   "lobos."   include   at
.. 00 p. m.
Every Mi.mliv
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT  AND ALASKA
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:06 p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a. 111.:   arrives  Seattle   3:16  p.m.
Leaves      New     Westminster     4:30
p. in :  arrives Seattle 0:40 p.m.
Leaves     New    Westminster     12:27
a. in.;  arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster '-':50 p.m.
Lt aves Seattle 12:-.r> p. in.
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:36 p.m.
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  11146  p. in.
arrives
10���Coquitl ,    epl
Sunday 1     	
00���Central    Park    and
monds     (.dailj     1
Sunday)     	
30���Easl   Burnal
qultlam   (dail;
B inday     	
10:00���Timberland,     Si
Hill   and   S'
minster     .  ���
Friday)
10:00���Ladner,    Port    1
Wesl
10:00���Annievllle,  Sui
except   .  11
O'OO���Ann.'., is    [sl a
Wednesday
day      I
10:00���VVoodw . (Tui   la
Thursday     at        .-' I .'���
day      I
least  halt  a dozen  species or  geos;ra-
., ... ,,   . ii-oii r,   m     Don   i   m   97   ia,,   7   "i   New  Westminster 6:30 a. 111.
phic races, comprising the small dark   ll"a P- m...Dee ... 14, ... Jan.  t, -t
FOR  ?,\LE���ON  EASY TBKMS, SIXjcrete  and  Modern  Building Construe-  gray or black wolf of Florida and the  T0  QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
roomed house and two lots'    close, tion.    Telephone S 6. southeastern   l'nited   States,   the  red
to tram.    Immediate possession. Ap-j
ply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR  SALE  OR   RENT   BY  OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street.    Apply on premises for par-j
ticulars. or 512 Fourth street, New j
Westminster, B. C.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.   ! wo'f of southern   Texas,  the  brindled
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
11:00  p.
Dec. 6,
m..
20.
T. P. Morrison
J. H.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO    RENT���SINGLE    OR    DOUBLE
room.    Apply 2o5 Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
100ms suitable for ladies. Enquire
at 703 Agnes street.
Phone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention to all orders. Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
wolf of Mexico, the light gray wolf of
____   [the  central   plains   regions,   the  dark   TO   HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
: gray wolf of eastern Canada, the al-;  8:30 a. m Everv Thursday
Taylor most white wolf of northern  Canada!
iand  Alaska  and   tlie  large    black   or UPPER   FRASER.
Idusky   wolf   of   the   northwest    coast   WESTMINSTER   AND   CHILLIWACK
region.
The stock killed by wolves is main-|L��ave  Westminster  f'.OO  a.  m.  Mon-
ly  cattle.     Calves  and   yearlings  are day. Wednesday and Friday.
the chief victims, but when these  areJLeave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apoly 71> Trew street-
_OOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 Sth St.
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
not available cows and even full
grown str ers are killed. They are
usually attacked from behind and literally eatm alive. Occasionally an
animal will escape the wolf with a
great piece torn out of its hams, while
the wolf goes on to catch and kill
another. Cattle so bitten die, hence
ranchmen claim that more cattle are
killed than eaten.
The actual  number of cattle killed
Ibv   wolves   can    not   be   determined.
CANADIAN     NORTHERN [Comparatively few animals are found
1 hy cattlemen and hunters when fresh-
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
���treet.
TO  LET���FURNI8HED  ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp   block,   corner
Oolumbls   gt^ppt   unH   f'l%rUsnn
TO RENT ��� Ft'RNTSIIKD BED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. di, or between '.> a. m. and
5  p   in.  at  Room  11.  iVS'.',  Columbia
street.
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
Iy killed.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  VV.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
arrives ^
J,
arrives j
9:00���Vancouver.    Pipi
lng     via     G      V    R
idaily  .     ��� '.��� .
11:30���Cloverdale
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon. (dally except ��
Leaves  New Westminster  daily, ex-   11:30���Clayton
cept   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger I day,   Friday
station   3:60   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port day
Guichon fi:?,0 p.m. 11:30���Tynehead   (T ���
Leaves    Port    Guichon    8:00    a.m.! Friday i
daily, except Sunday;  arrives at  New I  g.gg Burnaby   Lake
Westminster bridge passenger station ce'lt^ gun'ti,lV
!0:00���Abbotsford.  Mai
tincton,  etc        ..':��� ��'
10:20 a. m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6: M   a. in:    arrives
bridge  passenger station.  New  West- 15:45'
minster,    10:20   a.m.    daily   execept I
Sunday.
Leaves    New    Westminster    hridge  15:4a
nassensier  station  3:50  p.m.:   arrives I
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
cept  Sunda.. i   	
-Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine     (dally    except
Sunday)      	
-Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
and    Hazlemen
day, Thursday bd I ^:���''
'THE    ROYAL   LINE.
LOST.
IX)ST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for $13.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at Sill! Columbia street west and receive reward.
XMAS    SAILINGS.
Fiom Halifax:
"Royal  Edward"    Dec. 7
"Royal   George"    Dec.   1-1
"Royal   Edward"    Dec.  2S
And  Fortnightly thereafter.
Most Direct  Route to  BriBtol, London
and  the Continent.
Tickets and Reservations from E.
Goulet, C.,P. R. agent, or write to Wm.
Stapleton, General Agent, ti'i Main
street, Winnipeg.
SentJ)n Approval A
To R icsi'onsibi.b People   "* .''���"nl
Laughlin p.
FOUNTAIN PEN 111
, W:, 'A
and i��*.    -������
Try the Taste Test
On Mooney's Sugar Wafers
Forget for a moment that ing are all important details of
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are the Mooney Method of biscuit
made in the finest sunlit sanitary   making.
RED GEM ww
] V/��a Ir*K Pencil ^_;
\ our Choice of       '?.***,'
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
i
10
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
l_3urentic     Dec.
New triple screw, 14,81)2 tons.
Canada   Dec.
Twin screw, fil-l feet long.
For  rates,  berth  reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
i       W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
���611) Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
is ne standard article
READY FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
Per meHIng aotp, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
���Inks, clotete, drain* and for
many other purpoees. A can
���quale 20 pounds SAL SODA.
BOLD  EVERYWHERE.
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TORONTO.ONT.
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factory in the country.    Forget,
also, for a moment that a little
finer flour ��� a little richer
butter���a little better
fruit ���a little
more care in
bak-
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NOW base  your opinion
of Mooney's Sugar Wafers
solely  on   their taste.   We
are   confident   as  to  the
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in t^her i,ur standard
Mack Opaque pattern, or
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plain or engraved finish
as preferred.
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cious flavor of Mooney's Sugar
Wafers is preserved from the ovens
to your table.    It's expensive for us
���but better for the Sugar Wafers.
The cars are especially constructed, so when traveling from Province to
Province, the temperature is always
uniform.    We  are  the  only  biscuit
keep flaky and
and whole.    Their enticing flavor
is retained to the last crumb.
Try a package today. 10 and 25
cents in dainty, dust and damp-pro01
tins.
Your grocer has them. (9)
The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Co., Ltd.,       	
MOONEY   BISCUIT  &  CANDY CO., LTD., STRATFORD, ONT., AND WINNIPEG, MAN.
��� ���>���* NOVEMBER  30.  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
You can fool all the people some of the time,
you can fool some of the people all the time,
BUT
You can't fool all the people all the time
With DISSOLUTION SALES
���    UNLOADING SALES
���    SPECIAL SALES
An I other Fake, Catch-penny Sales to separate the
people from their hard earned money.
��� NOW ���
FRED DAVIS
"The Man who Saves you Money"
Has no special sales, but wants you to compare his
prices (appended below) with the so-called Big Furniture Sales now going on.
I haven't got any $50,000 stock or any $20,000
stock to dispose of, because I sell MY GOODS as fast
a? they arrive, and I only have about $10,000 worth of
stock in hand, and can sell it at these Prices.
s; 50 Iron Beds, with Brass Trimmings
$3 25
7.50 Brass Rail Bed  4.95
12.00 Imported Bed 7.75
In Art Colors and Brass Trimmings
Solid All Brass Bed   18.75
3.50 Sanitary Cotton Top Mattresses,
all sizes   2.25
4.."in Cotton Top & Bottom Mattresses,
! test Fancy Art Tickings...    . 3.25
9.50 Restmore Mattresses, every one
iruaranteed  6.95
3.00 Bed Spring 2-25
4.00 Bed Springs 2-75
6.00 Bed Springs 3.50
65c. Chairs 45c.
85c. Dining Chairs 63c.
1.25 Chairs  95c.
25.00 Oak Diners, with leather seats
17.50
30.00 Oak Diners, excaptionally good
value 21.00
10.50 Extension Tables  7.25
14.00 Extension Tables 9.20
30.00 Solid Oak Pedestal Table . .21.00
30.00 Sideboard, solid oak 17.00
45.00 Solid Oak Bullet 31.00
15.00 Royal Oak Dressers nnd Stands,
with British bevel mirrors... 10.50
This just gives you an idea of the difference between
FRED. DAVIS' Regular Prices
and the Prices of the so-called Furniture Sales.
We also have big bargains in
PORTIERES
at $2.90 per pair
JAPANESE MATS, 2 yards long by 1 yard wide at 25c. each
LINOLEUM, best English grade 38c- yard
INLAID LINOLEUM, Nairn'* goods 85c- yard
Don't forget the Address, FRED.  DAVIS
CASH ONLY HERE
If you haven't got the cash DON'T COME
here to waste my time.
GRAND TRUNK TO BUILD
BIO HOTEL IN EDMONTON
Big   Option   Secured   for    $12,000    on
500  Foot Square  Block  of  Land
on   McDougall   Avenue.
Kdmonton. Nov. 29.���A million-dollar hotel, one of the finest in Cana.la.
standing on the eminence where the
Grand View hotel now is. and overlooking the valley of the Saskatchewan���this is what Kdmonton will possess in the near future.
It will be built by the Grand Trunk
Pacific and it will he a credit to western Canada and to the new Transcon-
jtinental railway. This is not a report to raise values for speculation,
hut is the story of a deal that is
known to he authoritative. General
Manager Chamberlin and other Grand
Trunk Pacific officials practically
closed the deal at about a quarter of
a million purchase price when they
weie in the city several days and
(12,000 lias heen paid o.it in options.
For some weeks the negotiations
tor the purchase of this magnificent
! site, one of the finest that can he seemed in western Cana la, have heen
in progress. They have heen carried
on very quietly by E. C. D ibell and
liis solicitor, .1. l-:. Wallbridge, acting
on behalf of the Grand Trunk Pacific, and it was only this morning
that the deal was completed.
The  property   Upon   which   the  railway company purpose to erect their
'; immense   hotel   faces   on    McDougall
: avenue south of Jasper.
It  is a block nearly BOO feet  square
jand extends from the brow of the hill
hack   to   the   lane   which   adjoins   the
j real  estate office of the  Seton-Smith
! Co.   It runs hack to the extreme eastern  houndary of  R. L. S.    The southern  part  is owned hy Travis  Barker,
the Grand  View   hotel  propety   hy   11.
Si. ler  and   the   remainder  hy    other
private individuals.
The   total   purchase   price    of    the
block is in the vicinity of a quarter of I
a million dollars.
The railway company contemplates
the erection in the near future of a
hotel similar to the Royal Alexandra
hotel at Winnipeg, the Empress hotel
at Victoria. That its construction
will be commenced next summer is
now assured and it will he ready for
occupation before the new transcontinental is finished in IM:'..
I The <".. T. P. hnve also taken an option on tie hotel license held hy the
Grand hotel so that every feature ot
I the undertaking has been considered
and tm stej's have been neglected tn
pi <���  ent  any  hitch  in  the future.
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full  sized  lots on  or ner  with   six   room   house,  on  Thirl
avenue between  Second and  '.bird streets. Price $6,000  Good term.-.
Port Mann
12 acres immediately adj. ning the townsite and heing in Section   -7,   Block   5,   North   Range -  west    Price $900 ier acie.
This is the cheapest buy in this district today.
Burnaby
Lot  on  Third  avenue  wit! In one hlock of car line.   Price $3C0.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln  All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  l.ATH,  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/
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
r. |-*\** 8? Returning to   New Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject tc change without notice.   For freight and
rassenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
He    Was    a    Stranger.
Many    strange    re |uest 3    are    made
of the Free  Press, and  an   Incident
which   occurred   last   evening   shows
the general feeling ol th" public, that
a   newspaper  is  in  business  for the
purpose  ol   taking  care  ol   tl e     iid
public's    interests    in    all    Ways      Hetween  twelve and one o'clock,  when
11 he  nigh!   (tall  was  busy   roll ng off
ihe  news  fur  the  morning  paper, a
young man dropped In and requested
that ihe Free Preea would take care
|of  liis  money  overnight  eg  be  was
afraid someone would relieve him ef
it.   If he Kept   il   W lib   liim  at   Uie hotel
ho was staying at H" was finally
recommended tn inspector Newton ef
the citv police, who undertook to
safeguard lhe wad until such time as
ibe owner reclaimed It,���Winnipeg
Free Press.
Tiie bo) evidetitli  dldn'l  know the
bunch In ihe Free PtesB office.
New Twin Screw
Stea*nshlp
TO    REVIVE    TEA   TRADE
OF   JAPAN   WITH    CANADA
Ottawa, Not. 39    twao Nishi, com-
mis'doneis for lhe .latum Central Tea
Tjraders'   association,   Tokio,   Japan,
|,i,��    been    sent    lo    tlliti    roiltltlY    P| "
elally    to    develop    lhe    ten    trade    In
Japan  with Canada ami the   United
Sillies      lie   had   n   conference   today
with  (he Japanese consul general.
lie Buys: "The ten trade with Can
ndn and lhe Sillies hns been seilonslv
l educed Ton years ago we weie en-
porting ten million pounds and tow
we do Hoi expof! more than five million pounds. I lune been sent out
to (ind out why. I shall report when
I gel bttCk thnt we do not advertise
enough   thai   'hat   We   tttttBl   pav   mote
attention    to    quality    and    reduced
pi i' es."
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18' '2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSONS    WHARF.
fc   VICTORIA   and   SC V VTI.F. 2:00 p. m. Saturday.
PRINCE IUTERT, ll:-h> p.m   Mondays.
BTEWARt and QUEEN CfeARLOME tSLAND8-8. 8. P.lmo
A,i,.,., lettvea Prince Rupert on aimai ol B. B. Phtt. i Rupert fot
Stewart, and for Queen ChftHottt City. Ncofl nnd Moresby Island
ports at LOtOO p. m. Thursday: and for Pmi Simpson, Kincolith and
Aij.oaet n<  inon p. m   Momhnsdays.
Solid     vestibule    trains    of  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago.   Detroit.   London,  Hatrllton,  Niagara  Falls.   New  YorU,  Tor
onto.  Montreal. Portland. Bostn . etc.    Longest ctot.nle track railway
under one management on the American continent.
..   -   eMtTu L. V. DRUCE.
Cltv I'����pW, ami Thltel Agent. Commercial   Agent.
Telephone 7100     Bl? Granville Street,  Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY.  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
Killed   by   Third   Rail.
Windsor ont \" ' I Joseph Lie
blanc of Detroit, ��� is Instantly killed
In I   . \t >��� i: ��� ��� .is morning by
foaling tl ��������� third f ril '���' H���� ',|" " '
equipment  for taking tr tine  through
the tunnel     He was given a shock of
���tfifiti   volt*      His   oomnaflion    was
thrown  thirty  feet  hut  will survive.
FRED. DAVIS
"The Man who Saves you Money"
655 FRONT STREET Phone 707
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a question as to the absolute
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it raises.
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at the opera house on Friday. ffiftr
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.
NOVEMBER 30_
The Daily News
give attention to the hotter lighting
of these, and  will   be ahle  to  provide
the necessary extra lights so that all
thoroughfares may be well find sufficiently illuminated
PaWUhed by The Dally News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices ^ 	
Corner   ol    McKenzie   and    Victoria j     The  announcement   thai   Alderman'
Streets. iday.  the  chairman  of the   lighting'
.���������.������ --J- "***" immittee, has also under considera-j
t A.  Paige Managing Director   .;.n   ,,_,  inst.,1]ation  of ���  porch  Hi,,,t
 u_rj.r . ...j,,,i_f- |l�� every residence, at the expense of
the city, is also for extreme gratification by the citizen at large. No hotter method of Illuminating the deep
gloom of the night could be devised,
�������� "    ""~ "   Whilst   the  system   would  of   course
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1910. greatly facilitate the task of the vis-
__�����^��� - -^  Itor  in   finding  the  house   he   seeks,
there is also  the  fact  that  there   is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_i ! groat  safety  in  the provision  of am-
lf the visit of the Technical Educa- .,. light Tho burglar ,uul footp.ui
tion Commission to New Westminster dr(. u) su_h _ gtate ofthlngS) aIlll an in.
should not produce any further re- tendlng ocerator will think twice he-
suit, it has at least been the means .^^ ^ ,uu,nlpts any misi.hiof in woll.
of bringing to llghl some educational ���ghted thoroughfares. That tbere is
circumstances which would otherwise Bomfl nervousne8B on the ,,���,., ,)f rosl.
not bave become generally known. ^^ ^ ^^yd to (h(iS(i undeBlrablea
We may, however, fairly expect that wm mad<? evUlom ]as( wpok ,iy tho
som. - od In the Bhape of Increased complaInt t0 the poilce .,,���>,��� tho i0It-
educatinal tacil tl - tor the youth ol erJn8 Q, g BUpp08ed BUB, | .ilius character,   Fortunately it turned out that
LDUCATIONAL   AFFAIRS.
ble individual who was loitering for a
legitimate purpose. There are, however, known to be some suspicious
characters moving around just now
and the nervousness of the informants was perhaps excusable.
Vet this readiness to suspect any
and every loiter is a little hard upon the young mon of New Westminster. An amourous youth having an
assignation with some fair one runs
a risk of finding himself the object
of suspicion nnd even of spending a
few hours In the city lockup. Such
a dreadful possibility might prove a
serious hindrance to the course of
true love and spoil many a pretty romance. In behalf of lovelorn youth,
therefore, the more ample Illumination Of our thoroughfares will also
be an advantage and if Alderman
Gray succeeds in earring liis excellent idea into execution lie should he
regarded by tliem as a real benefactor.
the Buspect  was a perfectly respecta-
Severe Sentence for Dlackhander.
Toronto. Nov. 29.���dames McCau-
ley who attempted to extort $200 f*Vi
John C. Eaton by the aid of a black-
hand letter, was sentenced to twelve
years in Kingston penitentiary by
Magistrate Denison  today.
GOLD DUST  will
sterilize   your > kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
iSAffl'f:-s;Tt7:.-:r;aiauc::ai
r:?��e��*��: \i
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-    _v|./'
///
portions to cleanse      -^
easily, vigorously, J^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
uLet the GOLD
DUST Twins do
vour work."
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, tbe oval cake.
our  city   will   be  the   plUmate   out-]
come    f the ( ammissl n< a  visit on
Mon I
It  was mid.- clearlj   evident   that
there  Is  no  opportunity  in  this  city
tor . mbitlous  young  people to   gain
any practl :al Insti uction in any art or
call! ig which they may desire to pursue,    iter they have completed their
ordi . iiy education at one or other of
the public schools. That there is need,
of i intinuation schools where technical education can be given, was also
made clear.    This hind of education
Is the more necessary nowadays because tbe old custom of binding a boy
as apprentice has fallen  Into almost
absolute   disuetude.    The  only   thing,
that   can   serve,   to   some  extent   the
purpose  so  admirably   fil'ed   by  the
apprenticeship    system    is    techni -al.
education.     We   say   to  some   extent
because  it  has  already  heen   proved (
thai  the hest of   technical   education
does  not   lit   a  hoy   to   practice   the \
trade he has thus heen instructed in. ���
in tl-.e same way that direct apprenticeship does.   By the modern system.
however, he goes forth as a pupil or
leaner better equipped in the science
and theory of his trade than the ap-,
prentice of old, so  that,  under ordi-J
Bar;-   circumstances   a   comparatively j
sho:: term in the workshop will make
Lim :. good artisan or artificer.
The -.- been made to
furnish lads with some dexterity in
the use of tools, by ne ns the
fna. ':ai training cl -en, to
a certain extent, successful.    Bul
was  pointed  cur  by  Mr.  Nelson,   the
teac\.'-r. !������ .-ystern of instruction has ;   	
been crabbed by limitations and any   Made   by   THE    N.    K.    FAIRBANK    COMPANY
possible   display   of    originality    dis-1
courage.! if not prevented.   It is to he
fcxpecte.l that any system of technical."
education   which   may   be  instituted  r
<Will be based on sound, broad  lines 11
ftnd be advantageous to the youth of
both sexes.
The statement by Mr. Lusby, that
there is a general lack of knowledge
la reading, spelling and arithmetic
&ft)QE.: young fellows entering upon
Commercial life, will probably be a
little disconcerting to many. But we
fear there is a great de:-.l of truth in
it for all that. To the three subjects
Jiamei we should he Inclined to add
geography. This allegation of Mr.
. .Lusby's might he regarded as a somewhat serious indictment against our
Schools. But we think the defoct he
tails attention to is due to the system
���Of education enforced rather than to
the Bchools or teachers. A more seri-
-Cus reflection upon our educational
administration was the charge of Mr.
ffcMillan that the city regards its
Street Improvements as of greater importance than its educational Institutions. This impression is not without. Justification, if we are to Judge by
the course which recent events per-
talning to educational matters have
take;. There would certainly seem to
be a lack of real interest, or under-
Standing on the part, of the citizens in
Educational affairs. This is certainly
pot t-: it should be.
The labor view, as expounded by
Mr. Turnbull, was decidedly disap-
pointing. There was a strong flavour
���Of suspicion and distrust of tliose who
.are chosen to admlnster the affairs of
the state throughout this evidence.
The sdggestlon that, higher education
tvas for the benefit of the exploiter,
by which we suppose Is meant the
Employer, makes it evident that the
canker of misunderstood socialism is
eating into the minds of tlie artisan
and the worker. If this is the principle of the socialism heing preached
in this city, then It is the preaching
of selfishness.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
r    SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE*8   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
��� ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������.*���������������������������������������������������������������*
HECTOR  McCAIG,  Manager.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 j
The Prince of Dialect Comedians and
Sweet Singers
r       WELL-LIGHTED   STREETS.
I
The trials of the pedestrian in some
of the highways and byways of this
city have been extremely trying in
the very dark nights which have prevailed during the last few weeks. It
is therefore satisfactory to learn that
tlie Council is now In a position   to
BEN  HOLMES
In BEN HENDRICK'S Famous Comedy
OLE OLSON
Has made Millions Laugh
150 LAUGHS 150 MINUTES
Tne    Greatest    Swedish - American
Play in existence;
20   YEARS   OF   SUCCESS
PRICES     1  -    $1.00, 75c, 50c. f
Seats on Sale, Wednesday, November 30     I
McKenzie's Pharmacy ��
Your Opportunit
9WHR^TO25S5_,��5|
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.
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 province a i honest and conservative operators with long records of success .3 and
untarnished reputations back of them.
JiiHJiHMiMI^^Hllljlillliilmi:! Willi lljijii!       I-
in 1 Mini:'    * ' ���"'     ���"���        ���   '���     ' ���	
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m'*��*
"n "*~frr 1
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 $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS  TAYLOR, Manager.
KELLINGTON  BROTHERS, General Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.    There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
The Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
[25 Hastings'St.,|East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
Look  Up These Snaps
Modern 7-room house ln Sapperton,
one block from the car, on lot 50x180,
close to waterfront and industries,
$2700, $500, balance arranged over
long period.
Close ln lot on I2tb street, $650,
$200 rash; balance tn 6, 12 and 18
months.
Nine   choice   building   lots  in   the
west end, the coining residential district;  $500, one-(|iiartcr cash;  balm ���
0, 12 and 18 months.
a comfortable 5-room house on 11th
street, large lot   with fruit  trees a   I
chicken   house,   $1400;   terms  can
arranged   with   small   casli    payment
down.
628 and 746 Columbia St
White, Shiles & Co.
New Westminster,  B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street.
Eai&age   delivered   promptly   *���
any part of Uie city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH
.
; 20, 8
8 ami every
half
11:20
Sunday-20-mmute*
gtmday-20-ml
nut es
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:   B,
and every half hour thereafter until 1 I p, ill.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for \ ancouver at  C
hour until 11 p, m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a.
a. m., and 3:20 p. in.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
20-mlnute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   pi-
service   from  8  a.   m.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 0:10 a. m. until   11:30  p. 10.
service  from 8:10 a. m. until   11:30 P. m.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER    BRANCH: . ttiprc-
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every
after Up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Stevcsto ,
SUNDAY    SERVICE: y   half
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. ffl. ll,ul
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: In p. Hi.
To Chilliwack���leave N'ew Westminster 9 a. m. and ti p, te*.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO* EDNESDAY, NOVEMBER  30,  1910.
The daily news.
f��AGE FIYli
SPORTING NEWS
jis�� m om
VIEWS   ON    PROPOSED
LACROSSE    CHANGES
Of SENIOR LEAGUE i
RECORD VEAR FOR THE
FISHERIES OF CANADA
Local Football Players Must
pecjL|eI5etweenB.C.A.A.U.
\nd Professionalism.
>ehN.l%nto2rLambeTou6hSto;f|Total Value of Catch $29,
���:'"-  things in  the  same  light an the
Tbe
... which il
ihe B.
was
C,  A.
held
i   lasl  night
and was more Interesting
i:.
than
,
III
It:.:-'
hi
D     I
Ij. i   I
Ilea
1-
I
e(fe t|ve   Mr.  Gowan,  of   Van-
v ,. 11 ere to explain matters
and answer any questions
I,. put to him,    Uev. A.  E,
,,  representative  from   the
Scotland;   C.   i>.   Peele and
of the Amateur Lacrosse
\ i\. Beaton, of the Westmln-
er  lea. ue,   and    11.   D,
el       llie       School        soccer
���I';,led     the    meeting
��� , ,    ome spectators present,
I, ��� ol vote.
I to  he   Ihe   desire  of    all
I esi nted at the meeting
,    li   C   A.   A.   C   the   local
I, was confirmed
are  Cio officers   as
��� a.i:    ilonary  president,
I Lee;  president;  lie..
I ��� . m;  vice  president,  E.
I-. etary treasurer,  Uev
1^ j.; \'i      di e  nes. ,i. i. Keary, C.
j;. Be iion. ||. ii. Macmil
|l.:-
���i   ' f   tho    Hovers    and
��� to   the   new   Boccer
"]. I     v. as    reci ntly    I'm med,
,   main subject  under discus-
i ng to the explanation ol
tl e Rovers  will  bave to
Rules lie-vision committee, the big la-
'     body���oj   seven    clubs���will
nexl year sport a paid president at
the pi nicely salary of $800 per annum,
who will appolnl referees, adjust ���%_.
|Putes and, Incidentally, make the
teams play better lacrosee, Of course,
. two things yel remain to be done: Hi
Find   the   money;    12)     Discover   the
I "':��'���     And   do.lt   you   think    there
I won'l be a lot of looking ore the twin
requislties are forthcoming. To encourage the clubs to produce ihe cash,
;i   l,w   ir-   ti,   |���.   passed   making   their
[franchises   worth   $5 i   each.    This
Wl"   '"ake   I hem   feel   rich   all    rlgSt,
but we have yel to he shown that it
will in.lease their surplus ck to
noticeable extent, Imagine Bomebody
buying the Capital franchise for |5,-
000! Why. the executive would be so
tickled thai they would no doubt
���: :' " to throw in all the deflcitB of
recenl years, Torontos are probably
the only team whose franchise \vs
ever bough! and sold. They are suid
,:> have received ahout. $3000 for it.
from people who had a new athletic
park to exploit. The price paid almost covered the losses of the former
propi iei.ii in running the team, bul it
i red that the new owners are
s'lll looking for the dividends that
never  come.     of course, putting    a
II    valualIon   on   franchises   will
make owners feel comparatively
wealthy, But while they are at it,
the committee Bhould have made the
price $20,000, and made them feel
real rich. How a system of fining
players for committing fouls will work
rem ilna to be seen. It will probablj
coal the club considerable money.and
nol be nearly bo effective as the old
"ruling  on" system.    In the heat of
628,169-British Columbia
Ti:e Most Productive.
Otlawj.', Nov. 29.���The report of the
fisheries branch of the department
I of marine and fisheries for the last
(fiscal ye*: .shows that the total value
of all kinda of fish products taken by
Canadian lai'ermen during the year
was $29,628j.d,9. This sum constitutes
a; record, betag the highest yet reached. In any ome year, it Is $4,178,084
ahead of the erevious year and $149,-
607 better than, the total or 1905,
Which was the previous record. This
big catch was -obtained by a fishing
fleet of 1723 steam vessels and 41,170
'"' boats, the whole being manned by
66,636 men. l.ti.tn^ the year ill teen
fishermen lost tlwir lives by drowning. It is noted in the ceport that
sailhoals in the shol e fishe.lea aie
being speftdily ditq��la��ed by motor
boats.
The report shows thai the fisheries
of British Columbia aro the most productive of he Dominion; the catch for
tlie   year   hein_   lo   th*   t, al ie  of.  $14;.
314,765. 'fhe other provinces rank as
follows: Noma Scol'.a., $S.W1,1U:
Xew Brunswick, $4,676,315; Ontario,
$2,177,813; Quebssc, $1,808,436; Prince
Edward Island $1,197,556; Manitoba,
$1,003,385; Saskatchewan, $173,580;
Aberta, $82,562.
'l'he greatest increase in the oalbe
of catch to the credit of aay one province is British toi mil.ir. will ;n
Increase of $3,849,717, while Manitoba comes second, with an Increase
of $402,939. with the except! n of
Nova Scotia, all the eastern' iiruviu c��-
fell slightly below tne level of tne
previous   your.
The report contains a table1 giving
e   enior soccer league if ithe game the club management don't'^  reiaUve  value   of   the  prlncl
r .. .   a . r.        4   r  t  r. a. *        flf.lln   I-,*        t .  .*  r\        t   \ . , .        f.l',1 Al>ll _ . - .   . ���. .
to  take  part   ill  an.'
,��� played   ln   the   city
le ��� ���
eve al  Rovers at   the
i: . emed  to be   their
i;. t woul.l be a good i lea to
it n tl e senior division. It
Mr, Gowan that other
enior division were con-
iting with the if. C. A.
'   that  is  done  there  will
be nothini    to   prevent   the    Hovers
lng  the senior schedule
'   ' ie city lea. ue as well.
lil        in   frankly   staled  that  if
u) ot the   so-called    professional
\.������--"��� :   the senior league  wanted
to, B. C. A. A. U. all they had ���.
I Apply to the association
:.    iti   iheli   intention   of  playing;
in   wllich    case    tliey,:
���   to abandon   the  profes-
j|
���   ������' '      itovera will do it  is hard
entered the senior di-
'��� ill and the schedule was
' ��� If    they    repudi ite    the
��� fuse to im on  with the j
v. in certainly not he fair
lhe othi     ie uns   in   the    league.
.use in the  constitution
:   make   them   morally,   if
bound   to   forfeit    $5    for
'" ���   v.hieh they did not  play
J- ed .lc    However, if the sen-;
I' night's meeting is any (
l':    'on ol   the  way  things  will  go,|
������-    rs will adopt this course and
I tilor division sink or swim
I'" em.
Of cours,   if all  the  teams  in   the
IPfeseni        .s-iunal league come under the |    '.-.ting wing of the B. C.
j\ A  r. ;,u these troubles will tie oh-
I' ��� I  everything  will  go  along
P"       ' ie necessity from any row or
:    'icakup of any  team or league
' \      existence.
The   \,.-,.   Westminster   branch   of
' '    \   A. U. will have charge of
; "   ' : .us  of the  Fraser  Valley,
e district between her and
rk,    Cnless In very impor-
H   will   have  full  power to
��� '     '     id the parent body will sel-
lied upon.
commercial fisheries, the live lea ting
heing: Salmon, $8,204,524; ood, $3.-
912,806; lohster, $3,85"?,146; bearing,.
$2,764,7^1; halibut, $240,486. A idling awav in the lohster catch to the
value of over half a million' dollars
is noted.
care lor a few dollars and the orders
ie a dangerous opponent will probably be: "Get that man and never
mind the cost?" But even if the clubs
permit the players to pay their own
fines, what will the result he? lf a
player sees half a week's salary sticking oui after a hard check tlfat the official might possibly consider a foul,
chances are he'll cut out the check���
ami tee manager's orders will quickly
he changed: "Co on and play tl e
game, and we'll take care of your
fines.       That   fining  of   players   is   no : pof cvery excess  thereb  G
discussed   at ..
and   t'ie   ��;n-
at   was   that
However,  tbe
Fres
Fruit
ins ares
Good Health
vve nave received
a choice shipment
Ptoe Ap. e
Japan  Oranges
(Very Sweet)
California Grapes
Red Jonothan
Apples
Bananas and
Grape Fruit
Take a supply home.
iNotning is inser than eating
cnoiics fruit round a cosy
nre at night
*vma,    imimimiii.il nq^tl������WW
! S5H��iy?:igaBBraaBBHn��ro
Removal Sale Continues
Watches
I
Ladies' Silver Open Face Watches, limited number,
regular ?3.50.      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.
T.  GIFFORD
FOR BARGAINS IN WATCHES
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Nature's   stern   laws
bear no infraction
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are d'.iily ope-rang np new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JKV/KLKY,etc., ever exhibited in New Westminster.
Now is the time to -tfioose tha   article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods awuj tor you until you want them.
Call and examine our steek now,, when it is complete.
Agents for  Howard. Ball  and Longine Watches.
Chamfoerlin's
THE
JEWELER
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new  idea,    lt  has been
many   a   lacrosse   hee,
I elusion   always   arrived
;t   wouldn't  work  out.     nowevi   .   uiei
i committee  had   to   do   something���in ,
addition   to   attending    the    football j
game���and  they   probably   ticked  on,
the fining system as something the annual meeting could talk over and set'
to  one  side.    But committee <n  revised   rules   may   commit,   and    paid
presidents  may  preside,  but   so  long
as  a  seven  cluh  league ti ies  to  run
with   ahout  three  seniors  teams,  and
the   other   merely   lill-ut s,   we'ie   going to have poor lacrosse.    And with
poor   lacrosse  the outlcok   fer   gates
or dividends is none too bright.
��������� ����*9��*��.<��**����***.��4>**����* �� ���������������*������������������������������������������������ ����4
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reaction.
im*ycu,
YOUNO instead oi old is not
1
TENDERS.
ment
tawa.
the  Department
eries, Victoria.
Ot
of
"Can   Colts   Come   Back?  Sure!
11"  ''   Z   Marks  were  badly  hand-
'' ���   front street howling alleys
'���''   :      t,   when   they    ran    against
me   rivals   the   Colts,   who
in   a   way   that   OUgbl    to
I   renewed hope.   The dl:-
the Bcore  at  the end  ol
i  was  296,   which  is  some
Football
Meeting   Tonight.
\   ��� ii
��� ting
ef    the    City    Football
''
ill he
held tonight   at eight
���
llie
Province odice on Co-
' ���
eet.
After the meeting the
i
ill  l
old   a   full   meeting   to
dia
i
-liters   of   great   importance
l.ii,
���
-
NOTICE.
Tenders'addressed to the under-
signet at Ottawa, and endorsed on.
the envelope "Tender for Prinoft
Ruperl Buoy Depot," will he received;
up to noon on the
Third Day of January, 1911,
for the construction of a Buoy Depot
at Prince Rupert, in the Province at
British Columbia, including the erection of a Reinforced Concrete Wharf*.
timber approach Trestle, Pow
House with Chimney, Buoy Shwh
Stores, Offices and Dwellings, aiBo
Ithe installation of Drainage and
I Water  Systems. . .
Plans 'specifications   and     Artntles
of Agreement may he seen and tiiims
of   tender   procured   at   the     Depart
of   Marine   and     Fisheries.
at the office of the Agent
of  Maiine and   Fish
BC, Halifax. N'S ��� St
,���,,���   N.B,  Quebec  and  Monti ��.l. at
Jthe Post  Office, P-ince Kurort..  B.C
!,nd at the Custom  House, Wiimipeg.
MOnlv lump sum tenders, on rtte tet,-
,,o,   form Spared  by    the    Depao*
ment    will  be considered.
m\   d   tender must be accempanW
' ! n aCcepted bank chequa to ta.o
;,!.". .Unity Minister of Mtftae and
iJlaherieB equal to tive i��r
the   whole     amount
'which  cheque  will
successful   tWgWJT re.
the  A''!     or   rafla   tD   ��mpl��t*  ^
ferred   to   01    iaii&   <**> *��� .,,eR
wort according ^co^tj   ajg-
accompany m
t,, .   I
dofft not   bind  tt-
,le   lowest    or    aay
107
a theory  with  me;  it  i�� a. tact
Uiat 1 have proven in ra�� own
cue, a^ tan oo attested by th.'
t'.iG-is.inds of  peop.e  who  know  ine.
aa    uractkally   twenty   years younger
today than 1 was a year ago.    J mean
by Uis that f I ��ok younger, ted younger,
onil ������������-. enabled to do more;work aud
i^Lt.r vroik. Lhan ever before; Kvery day
1 cai aakJed 1 ���>  my
fiiti.ds   -..-liat   remedies 1 lake t�� renew
my youth.    So 'gen-
eral li.ts this inquiry '
become that i.hero  ,
oiler tho formula to ,
the public.
First, Il have divested myself ot ail
���elfish ambitions. I
have dr'ven from my '
heart all enmity, BU
���dfiiilKSS. rilt' hatred, all envies, .and ia.
their placei I have housed sympathy,,
cjiaritv, hopK��� forsivenesd.
Second, I. havo teased to put into my'
stomach, tr-atl  Uiaf   irritates   and   taxes  j
my anergic* ur Jriak  taat eneiUis  and. i
bnmsiup my vita.!::���/.        , .... ,
Third,  L hava discovered that nearly ��� >
oilmenftB are iue to an irritated.or. j
The People's Grocer
Phosses 193 *md 443
Sappeston      Pliowe 373
GCRPORA'nON    OF   THE   CITV
N E V.    W E3TMI ii STEJIv.
Hto-Survey  of  City.
Property ownera totandlng
atone or concrete boundary
fences, sheuld refrain  from
tv pirect.
iraflo, or
���HilUtf   BO
until the :w-surv*y of *o city is complete, as ihere is no provislto) a? the
Sfiecial surveys act nH*wing fftr com-
I wisatiom shoii'H the exifetiirg N>und-
aries pniwe iimecnrat *
W.   A.   DleNCAN.
(Hty Clerk.
Citv PJail. November 24, nm��.
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets.    This is one of
the finest view Jots in the west end and can
be purchased for ihe very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
a'.l
bowels; .   tha'
incubators   OS
beind a .sewer
stem,. should I 1 if-
mitary;   that: fc
c.uid for fcveraL
an-
decom-
which
tor
h. ue��.
.loosed atatBUoa of t'-o
the-   bowtli    are simply
microbes;; tbat Uie towel'
pipe- for  She- human
kept  dfcMl), altar pa .
i?. incms-itent  T..'h science and  the.*
tdligcnce of Uie- Twentieth Century
one to carry urtfl
tte even, days, ifr.an-
tjties af
posed mutter.
m givinc oR. pmsan-
ous |;a.��:s. ami >H-
tating t!l the a*r~r��
and d.iicates tissues
i of thes wirfte *&*-
tem. E dliewercd
tint d'.i'f -tht stura-
ach wd in^tiMf
had oxtraetRii! all
the: ncurishnicut
from tlie   f��m<l:  they   .... .
wa^.m.Ut^^aUbe.,tU..i^o   at
Uie��� nr.iest. no.sdi.e moment; lm �����������
nr \ n'ier*. ni. a furnace, they swnld be
oi   ...iiali* ����� c   lU_   rmMttl  learned
JCITY     OF    NIEW     WESTMINSTER.
Applfeation* for die position of
riiiiuhim. Inspector- wilt bap received*
by ttio' undersigned irp to BRwday, Dfe-
comb'wr 12, a* tive irV-IOck p. m.
W. A.  BlTNCAN,
Ctty Cleric,
fifty Hall.  November 29). W10.
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City SpecialitU
LAN�� ACT.
had  receiv-rf. this
ndersigned    has    moved    his
1316   Cariboo  street,   where
i conduct the real estate busi-
''       ���   ei his own name,   The office
Vl* Twelfth street is for sale.
II   D   HOlMiKK.
cent- of
of   the   tender,
lie forfeited lit the
de liaes   to  sig���'
\Rreemeflt  ahove
fails   to   oimplM*
. to contract.
' unsuccessful
will he returned.
The  Pepartment
self to accept
tender. .      kV,_ ���,up''tise-
_ BXANDBR JOHNSTON,
���;,;,,:;���  Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
Marine and Fisheries
moment;
a. furnace, tliey
removed
BckntistS *;ree
aijtnenU   we trace
J^elelinik-iE. in a
Utot old age
Kft-polsoMig
atoduct fcom llu   c'
Bnragwy^
Active BWaetple
Some   of   the   nwst.
with me that   imrly at*
ab'.e   to   the  bowc ���������
forcible ar"jiie, statMi
,B but another name  W
nhsorptiojs of tow��U
from
the  c
the
noted fcisader <>\  '*������''.
Method, i.   strongtj -
_   ihnt   life  ran   he   pro.o*i/��'
\ ��*,!��82 I'^'alimenlaW  canal   *\w*n
���d
by   Ui--"'
and  si-ur.in'
the
an;V,^i^Tn this though, I JWjJjg i
m) eM-mist produce Muwn ��� P*�� S*" \     Bat,
Department  ��d  ������������-��� N,r g>
Ottawa. *��� an.i'ii
1910.
a
-stive aix-1. uver
panacea, Ivtt hayo
t>Q action *. t usli-
iy the bowel .
not as a jiwiiative,
but as an wit iseptie
el.an.er.. I Cairn
that it t* impossible for ��. person ta
have indigestion,
dyspepsia, CO he
liver allioent, who,
Paw Till every
the stomach to get
u the nutViment from Uie food that ��
all the nun .ci nerves and
put totoJt, ttee ^1>��!     h   ha _.tal
Westminster Land Mstrict.    Di�� j
trictt of Ne*�� Wesftninster.
Take r.ctlce    tihat JoSn    Ferdhiand I
fBtaggs. of Nelson   Islar.rf,   occupation j
: . irmer,   rtitend& to  api.ity  for  iwrmls- E
; jion  to purchase the    following    dp-j
jcrihed- lands:
Comiaenclnfi   at    3.    post    planted
thout    one   ratle nor'iiieast   from tr.s I
head   *f  BUlirt.s  hay. and  aboot    *i**\
chains  easteirfy from,   the    suiithwis- j
rorne- of tiTther lot.   nuniher    '.'."i-itl 1
thenee nor\ft 4t) etitins, thence eas- I
4(i  c*ains.  ,-fience    sout^    ��) chains
theij^e   we��t  40   c'*nlns   to  point    of
coivnienceri'ent,  CCBtaining  100  ncres
tiir.*��' or >*ss.
.TOfTN  FFWDINAND  RAGGS.
Dated August X*9. 1910.
bilious or have ��ny
will take a Paw
nignc.    lney enable
\ POPHAM'S
CHOCOLATES
FRESH   THIS   WEEK
\ Ryall's Drag Stare
Munyon s
clear tho i      .
plea  an.l  skin, erupt;.
cheeks  a
hrighten
pH0NE 57.
EYES TESTED
#��������������4.������**����*��A����***����4 ������"*
tXeA hTIKtto Wood purifier than
**��� ��� 5w Taw Pills. Thry soon
complexion of sallowncss, pim-
skin eruptions, f��d ���� >M
vouthful glow;, in fact, they
the eye and give a rigorous
force to" the whole body. ���'..
Ia order that every one may use these
ni lis, I have put them up m two rites,
��tr al viol of ten rt��s for 10 cente.
Snd  about  fifty  to  the  bottle  for  25
'Ymost urgently ask every person who
puffers from any form of 'nd'gestion,
blood or liver ailment, especially those
who are troubled with constipation, to
give these pills a trial They contain no
ialomel, no dope. They are nothing,
healing and stimulating, and school the
bowel, to act without physio^^^
Fire Insurance
at Lowest Rates
If you are thinking aboul; insuring your house or furniture do not
keep puttin. it off, for a delay might cost you hundreds nf dollars,
when you can take out a policy in one of the Independent Insurance
Companies I represent at lower rates than others charge, anl whLdi
give you the hest protection possible.
For rates and particulars phone call or write.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
, Ate Unwisely ?
Sometimes people do, and suffer,
because the stomach balks.
The funny Swede lad who comes
the oiera house on Friday.
to
relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload.   The lover of good
things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand.
50c. a box.   lf your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we
wlll mall them. M
Natioaal Dnn *s*i Ch*m*cal Ca. al ____ ____      ....
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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SALE!
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PRE XMAS REDUCTION
��� NOW ON
Our large stock of both Ladies' and Men's goods
is being offered to the public at greatly reduced prices.
Consult the bill left at your door for prices, etc.,
or better still, drop in and examine our stock.
i      GALVIN, The Tailor
|   Phone R 578 46  LORNE STREET
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������'*��������� ������������������<
COQUITLAM
91
15
Contractors
House Builders
We have a full
Builders' Harch
Before Building See Us
money.     Also Complete
acres of N.W. 1-4 of Section 8 Twp. 40. Fifty
acres cleared. Road to Automobile Club runs
through the centre of property. Price .400 per
acre.   One-third cash, balance 1-2-3 years.
acres of Lot D.L. 67 on trackage. Price $500 per
acre ; $2000 cash, balance 6-12-18-24 months.
Adjoining property held at $750 per acre.
6 acres on Pitt River Road.   Price $500 per acre ;
$1250 cash, balance 6-12-18 months.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
CITY OF VIENNA
IS RUN FOR PROFIT
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER 3
Municipality Takes Hand in
Many Branches of Business Activity.
Vienna,
ship  an I
ate  alTuil
SCHOOLBOOHS
Nov. 29.���Municipal   owner-;
government control of priv-
s  which  is  sometimes called
AND .EVERYTHING
YOU
A T
I
_K________\
CONTINUING  FOR TWO WEEKS
20
Discount I
1.
I
OFF  EVERY ARTICLE  IN  THE STORE
You  know
we  sell  as  cheaply as can be done;
consider 20 Per Cent. Off
then
TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK
$20,000
$20,000
Must be reduced regardless of cost.    Two carloads of 'Xmas goods just
arrived���these are included in the great sale
COME EARLY WHILE OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU
Bed  for   ..
lied   for   . .
Hed   for   .
lied for   . .
^.uii Brass Bed
$4.60
$6.60
$10.00
$15.00
for
.(Ml
nil
Mattress   for
Mattress for  .
Mattress   for
Mattress   for
Mattress   for
?
$4.r.u
$6.50
$9.00
%i
/$3.00 Springs '.for
$l.ii(i SprtngB for .
$6.00 Springs for
$8.60 Springs for .
65c Chairs for . . .
85c (.'hairs for . .
$1.25   Chairs   for   .
.  $3.40
. .$5.20
..$8.00
.$12.00
.$41.60
..$2.40
..$3.40
.. .$4.40
. . .$7.20
...$9.60
...$2.40
...$3.20
.. .$4.80
. . .$6.80
....52c
.... 68c
.. .$1.00
$23.00   Set  Oak   Diners,  leather
seat,  for    $20.00
$30.00 Set for   $24.00
$9.25 Extension Table for  $7.45
$12.00  Extension  Table for $9.60
$15.76 Extension Tables for ...$12.75
$16.50 Solid Oak' Table for. ...$13.26
$28.00  Pedestal   Table  for    $22.50
$18.25  Sideboard  for    $14.60
$37.60   Buffet   for     $30.00
$42.50   Buffet   for     $34.00
$48.00  Buffet  for    $38.40
$55.00  Buffet   for    $43.00
$14.50    Bedroom    Dresser    and
Stand         $11.60
$lS.oo    Bedroom    Dresser    and
Stand $14.40
$21.(iii    Bedroom    Dresser    and
Stand         $17.80
(28 "in    Bedroom    Dresser   and
Stand  $22.90
$34.60    Bedroom    Dresser   and
Stand         $27. CD
$t2.iiii    Bedroom    Dresser   and
Stand  $33.60
$5(1(111    Bedroom     Dresser    and
Stand       $40.00
Cheffoniers to match  at   equally
reduced prices.
$24.iiii Parlor suites for   $19.20
$27.(1(1 Parlor Suites for  $21.60
$30.00   Parlor   Suites   for    $24.00
$42.50   Parlor   Suites   for    $34.00
$48.50  Parlor  Suites  for    $38.75
$00.00   Parlor   Suites   for    $48.00
All Rugs and Squares Reduced 20 Per Cent.
Extra salesmen have been taken on to handle the crowd.   Goods will be
delivered in order as bought.
paternalism,  is carried  to a  greater
degree   in   Vienna   than    in  any  other
place in 'lie world.
Tlie city officials regulate the conduct of the citizens lrom the cradle
tn the grave. They lix the prices at
wliich certain commodities arc sold;
the* determine what wages shall lie
paid to certain classes of mechanics
ami laborers; they gel the time when
man sliall be in bis apartments at
night, and appoint representatives ni
the public to Berve on boards of directors of corporations.    No one ran
open a boarding bouse without tin1
permission of the police, who decide
tlie prices tbat may be Charged tl.e
patrons; no one can rentgl room or a
suite of rooms in an apartment house
until it bas been Inspecte I by an officii! of the building departmenl. All
transactions are subject to the supervision of tbe state, and there does no!
seem to be much complaint of dissatisfaction.
The municipal government of Vienna is also engaged in many business
undertakings, both commercial and
industrial, in which it comes direct!)
into competition with private individuals and corporations for the benefit
of tlie public, and in that way is able
to keep down prices and prevent monopolies. That is the theory upon
which the system is based, but there
is a difference of opinion as to its
practical success
Lockouts and Strikes Prevented.
For example, the city officials regulate the prices that are paid by the
manufacture of ready-made clothing,
shirts, gowns, undei wear, shoes and
other articles of apparel, and dealers
in such goods are prohibited from doing custom work or repairing, A merchant wh* deals in ready-made garments is not permitted to make them
t.i measure. A tailor who makes goods
to order is not permitted to sell them
ready-made The same rule applies to
bo'i and shoe dealers, and the purpose is to proteel the little shoemaker
' sewing girl and others who aie
ean  'iu   their  living   without   capital
Iin  ;.  small  way.    The  practical  opera-
ition  of  this   sxsieni   is  said   to  be  an
advant ge to the working das-. -
The law which authorizes tit^> offl-j
Mils   to   fix   the   wages   that   ale   paid
factory     0| ei ;tr.es    and    other    ( ����� - ���
Bald to i e an absi I ite pi ���
ventive of strikes and lock-outs,    ki
ime time the rates of wages are
90 low that the cosi of the products
to the  public  has  not   been  increasd
| to any great  extent    It  must  not  be
understood   that   the   price   of   every'
article  that  is offered  for sale in  a
haberdasher's shop is lived by city officials.    Tbey do not go so far as that,
except  in the sale of milk, bread, fuel
and  ether absolute  necessities of life.
No  milk  man  can charge  more than
the   fixed   price,    and    every    loaf    of
bread musl  be of a certain'weight.
Government    Retails    Meat.
The  pi ices of meat  are supposed to
(tie regulated by a municipal slaughter
bouse,   where   tbe    government    kills
j cattle,     bogs,     sheep,     ducks,     geese,
Chickens    and    distribute    the    meat
'among twenty or thirty retail shops in
[different parts of the city where it is
sold  at   a profit  of  10  per cent.    The
; proceeds   go   into   an   insurance    and
! sinking  fund.    These shops are loca-
jted in tliose portions of the city which
late  occupied   by   the  working  classes.
I The  rich   people  are supposed  to  be
i able  to  take  care of themselves and
there   is   no    intei feience    with    tlie'
prices   charged   by  retail  dealers.      lf
] their customers are not satisfied, they |
can  go to the government  shops andj
buy their beef and chickens.
There    tire   no    private    slaughter- I
I houses.    All animals intended for food'
must  be killed at  the government ab-
j batoira.
The  city   government  owns all  cold
'storage   refrigerator   plants   ami   thus
has   control   Of   the   food    supply.        lt
sells   buller   and   eggs.    lard,    bacon, I
ham.  tish anl all other forms of fond.
I
fresh  and cured  al   its  butcher shops, |
the prices being 10 per cent above actual  cosi.
Professional   Fees   Regulated.
This paternal form of   supervision
extends  over  the   medical   profession,
and  the  fees of  physicians,  surgeons
and   demists   are   printed   in    little
j books     for    Information      of    public.
Lawyers  can   charge  what  they   like.
Tbere Is a list of disease and surgical
Operations, each of which  has a fixed
i value   to   the    doctor,   and    he    must
make oul  his bill accordingly.    In the
| l'nited  States  the fees  of physicians
|Jire regulated by medical associations.
��� and   the   penalty   of   violation   is   the
j loss of  professional  standing.    In  Vienna a doctor who charges more than
lhe  lawful   fee  is subject   to  a   heavy
line.  There are municipal   physicians
j who   treat   the   poor   without   charge,
and dispensaries Where medicines are
! furnished to those who are not able to
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665���Columbia  Street���665
New Westminster, B.C.
ENGLISH WATCH .AUK
Gold Watc'je* for
IP.
Silver Watches,    gi ���
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents' op>?n   ca89
$7.50 up.
Agent     for     Waltbam   and     Klfln
WatcheB.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocerj
- ': m|1l?5
'-'pen !a .i
BUSINESS D1RLCT0RY
JOARI)   of   trade���new wes
minster Board of 'I ra li an 's ia i:( |
board  room, ("ity  Hall, as lofows:
Third Thursday    of   each   i    i
quarterly     meeting    on 11
Thursday of February, May,
and  November, at v _m     Annual I
meetings on the :!:' I Thursd j Dtj
February.     New   men     r��   may >��|
proposed nnd elect 1   ":-
ly or    quarterly    meeting,     c H.|
Stuart-Wad", gecretary
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE &  EDMOND 111]
ters    and    solicitors.   Wes
Trust Block.  Colun 'I
Westminster.    W. J- \ I
L. Edmesids.
WADE, WHEALLER, M tl
MARTIN���Barristi rs and S        ;.[
Westminster ollice-. Ri      - "
Gulchon block  corni i " 'il
McKenzie   Btreets '���[
flees,   WilHams   I I
ville   street     F.  C.   V
A. Whealler, VV  G   M
Martin.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T.  PRINCE, e\; ��� l
auditor.    Agenl   I ' ��� I
Uo    otlice. roon    .
opposite   City   Hall,   C I
AUDITOR .^l
11. J. A.  BURN)
Accountant.
Trapp block.
TT
STENOGRAPHY
TYPEWRITING
MISS  MT-BROTEN,   pul
pher;   specifications,
ters,    etc.:     circular    work
415.     Hear   ol   M . I
! ofiice. Columbia S
Phone
Savage'
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box 694.
��l
WHITE, BHILES & CO.
Real  Kstate  and   Insurance Agenur |
City,  farm  and  suonrban PWP"-'1
628 and 746 Columhla St.
FISH   AND   GAME
BEN80N  &  AYLING, FU
Game. Vegetables, etc
next to Bank of
KlUH'l
pran ��od'
Montreal.
WOODWORKING.
WE8TMIN8TER
Co., bank, ollice
cabinet, stair,
and detail work.
mates furnished,
prietor. Works
���nd car line. P
473.
sV(, iDWOKMNO
and Btore BtWj;
Designs and fl'
j.   Brookes,
*:  corner
0. box
Eli fe"1"
���i f-on*
ST.
KING'S   HOTEL - l<";' "' j '. .
Phone is.   Newest and most ��F
date in the city.    \*���*T?W
First class cuisine. J. "��'" *
k0TEL   LYTTON^IT.FRONTJI:
McLeod *
Phone 103. Comfortal
tion. Terms modi rate.
Watkins, proprietors,
_____\
i   '
DENNY
L
[SUCCESSORS  TO DENNY & GALLOWAY
43-45-47 Sixth St.        Reliable Home Furnishers       New Westminster
j
pay, as  In  the  l'nited  States.
In   Vienna,  the   municipality   goes
; still farther and has a monopoly of
the undertaking business Several
years ago the city council bought out
the    private    undertakers,    and    now
Iburier dead through a bureau which
has   agencies   at   all   pollce    stations.
When a person dies the attending physician is requested to file his cert til-
cate within six hours, and it is customary for him to leave an order for an
undertaker at the same time. As the
city owns all the cemeteries it is impossible for anyone to bury a body
without the consent of thc police.
COAST
LABOR AGENTS
AGENTSI
38
US    UP
iHit
mana-
ll street,
prompt
orders tor
wire or
 ���.��. ��� ������
Vancouver.     Phone
attention   given   to
male   help.     Ring
write If unable
Fellows' K*';e2
and Eighth Btreet
v-ening at ��
cordially.
��� i    iWoOt. .> *'���
O. O. P. amits
The regular tneetti
nre held in Odd
ner Carnarvon
everv Monday e
Visiting   brethren
to attend.    W
Coatham, P.G
J.   W.   MacDonald
tan
o'clock-
invited
West. .-       . r��
financial sc ,EDN
ESDAY,  NOVEMBER   30.  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SKYK.V.
Sfi&lm
*mWm
"" TENDERS
,-n  TENDERS  addressed
^    ���'!.-<���  anl  end,,,,,,,;',
partmenl  of  Publli
Persona tender!
up
lni ���     ,.. ",awa- Iwill be received
������ yy^\!Z,:,.;r:;.2"^. ������ r<" ��>��� ���*>*�� ��<-b����u' ���-
tn
    en-
W - Public Building, Grand Forks,
���i ��� '��� ' ',,,, received al this offlce
B ' Vm. p   m., on  Wednesday
,. .   '     -,S'
|...i,lm    ^^^^^^^^^
.. ''���      ..,. ; ���"ition anfl form of con-
l'l;lIlS' ,., a and forms of tender
i ',    uie  ollice  of   Mr.   Wm.
0t.iained   ai
the construction
Building at Grand Forks,
Works   _____          tm noon on Wed.  CoAST  LAND   DISTRICT  RANGE Z
30,   1910.  for  the \ 	
Take Notice that 1, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer. Intend to apply for
permission to lease BOO acies ol land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a posi planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering tbe bead
v tiii    uii(uwii    __,_..of Dralney's Inlet, thence north   100
order of the Boot), Combs (horn)*."' chains, thence west 60 chains, thenre
...   , Minister   of   Public      2.    Blue   aeree    Duck    lean    Drill 'south   100    chains,   thence   east    50
Works, dim,i to ten per cenl   (10) of **���-      '      -       ''   " ' " "   '
amount of the tender, which will
forfeited  if Un
Ine  in
lononral Ip
the
be
lei
the
(10) of Flannel and shirting In the niece.      |chalns to posi of commencement. Pur-
Cl Hod   111 "I!   tO   (III   BO,
,   For the making up of the folio.v-1 pose for which it is required, quarry-
e  person  tendering Ing garments���Tunics, Serge .Jumpers I ins-
enter  into  contract  when''- "
i wiih and without cuffs), Duck .lump-']
Hewler^^
101 W'
F
!'    I
"  Mli'l- H	
e9ldent    architect,   Vic- wlu be turned,
at the Post Ofllce, Grand
at tbis  Department.
,  .    ,, or fail to com- ers,   Trousers,   (Duck,    Serge    Cloth)
piete the work contracted for.   If the Overcoats,   Monkey   Jackets,   shirts,
not.  accepted  the cheque Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars,
|Caps,  (round and peaked), Cap Cov-
By  Order, iers, Overalls, (Combination Suits).
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th. 1010
LAND     REGISTRY    ACT.
II.
Ji
���ns tendering are notified that
.. |  be considered unless
printed forms supplied,
Je ,"ed   with   their  actual   slgna-
; their  occupations  and
'���'-    V residence.    In tbe case   of
place8 o }  ;i.liatur,.,  the  aa-
: ,ccupation, and place of
; each member bf the firm
i t.o tri ven.
must  be accompanied
C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Departmenl   of  Public  Works,  Ottawa,  November  IG,  1010.
papers will not be paid for
ibis advertisement ii they Insert it.
without    authority    from   the   depart-
Mr 'It.
The period of contract to be for
one year from December 1st, 1010 for
Articles In Schedules 1 and 2 and
from January 1st, mil for Articles :n
Schedule 3.
Forms of tender may be had from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized   publication   of
Notice will not be paid for.
^^___M
TENDERS.
,cli tender ^^^^^^
accepted cheque on a chartered
lo   the   order    ol    the
.Nriiister   of   Public
_^L���_���_,
1'  .i
the ^^^^
to ten per cent   L10 per
.. amount of the   tender,
', win be forfeited if the pen m
.  ,Hne   to   enter   it.   a   con-
,e-'" whel   . ailed  upon to do bo, or
iplete the work contracted
, ��� der be nol accepted the
ue wii] be returned.
tment  does nol  bind It-
���   the lowest or any  ten-
tract
lai
1
By order.
r, C. DESROCHERS,
Secn-tai >
 artment   of  Public   Works, Ot-
' xovi mber 24, 1910.
Newspapers   will   not  be   paid   for
ement  if they   Insert   11
ority   trom   the    Depart-
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
The Secretary, Department of Indian
Affairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope, "Tender tor Alert, Hay Girls'
Ho e," will be received up to noon
Decen ber 30, L910, fur the erection
of -.i frau e boarding school building
at .Men Bay (Cormorant Island),
li. C.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the offlces of T. F. Neelands,
Inspector of Indian Agencies. Vancouvei". W. E, Dichburn, Inspector ,f
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and VV. M,
lialliday,  Indian  Agent, Alert Bay.
Each   tender
Ke an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 9, townsliip 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 1198BF, issued in the name of
John Sweeny, has been tiled in tbis
ofiice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
this I at the expiration of one month from
, date of the first publication hereof, in
Ottawa, October 25th, 1910.
G.J. DESBARATS,        la daily newanaper published   in   tha
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service. City  of   New   Westminster,   issue   a
Department   of  the   Naval    Service,   duplicate  of  the said   Certificate,  un-
i less in the meantime valid objection
__^_^^  be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   Westminster, 1 i. C, November 15, 1010.
DANCING IS CHANGED
BY HOBBLE SKIRT EAD
London Taboo on Late King
Edward's Favorite "Rushing" Short, Slo^ Steps.
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF       TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
The  righl   lo cut  timber  under   :i-
cense  on   Berth  No.  535,  comprising
the  following  lands  tn   the  Province
must  be  accompanied  of  British   Columbia,   will   be  offered
NOTICE.
The undersigned    has    moved    bis
office   to   1316   Cariboo   street,   where
ae  will conduct tbe real estate busi- ^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ness under his own name,   Tbe office I the waltz and take bands, only to go
London, Nov. _. .���Dancing authorities here have predicted a gieat
change in the dancing of this season.
Not o��ly have the moving times much
to do with the change, but the fashions also will, to a great extent, taboo certain dances, including those
so popular with the late King Edward,
who delighted to watch the "rushing"
along in Ueux-temps.
Tbe Georgian dances of the eighties
are now being substituted for the Ed-
wardlan figures. The general effect
of the waltz will be calm and slow, to
admit of tbe smaller steps of the ladies, necessitated by the narrower
skirts in fashion. Still, although
square dances are booming radldly
more and more unpopular, there is
still to be seen the dancers at some
of the select private dances. In tbis
dance, according to certain debutantes, during the third set comes the
"flights," and the "old genteel twiddles" have been literally "set to corners."
One of the still popular dunces is
the waltz introduced by "The Merry
Widow."    The  dancers   break  off  In
'
TENDERS.
by a marked cheque male payable to at public auction at tbe upset price id'
the  undersigned   for  a sum equal   to f2.570.00, including cost of survey, at
five per cent of the amounl. of tender. 2  o'clock   P,   . 1.,  on  Wednesday   the
The  cheque   will   be   forfeited  if  the 28th of December next, at the office
person tendering decline to enter into of  the   Dominion   Timber  Agent  at
a contract when called upon to do so. New Westminster:
If the  tendei   be  not    accepted    the      Timber  Berth  No.  535, situated in
cheque will be returned.   In the event the   Province   of   British    Columbia,')
of   acceptance  of  tender  the  cheque comprising  Section  28,  Township  39
will   he  held   until    the    contract ts
on Twelfth street is for sale.
D. D. HOL'KKE.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
OF
Bigned, when it. will be returned.
The successful tenderer will be re-
       bond in satisfactory sureties for a  sum eiiual to tbe
amount  of the contract.
The lowesl or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The unauthorized insertion of this
advertisement in any newspaper will
not be paid for.
J. D. McLEAN,
Secretary.
tei Iers addressei the under-
an I   endorsed    "Tender    for.    ,    . .    .
;: ��� ib:tures, wiring, etc., for .^���__HfJf u}�� ���a
: .ling.   Vernon.   It.   C," '""
(till ��� I  at   this  office  until
i,day, December 19, 1910,
- x    ;���. mentioned.
i will not he considered un-
ipon, and in aoccrdance
:. I Itions contained in forms
led bj Department, I	
specifications to be seen D       t!���Pnt nf lndian Affalr8
tlon to the clerk of works     ('m.lWil   October 26   loin
lng, Mr. P. n. Coffett; Mr. '
lerson,  resident    architect,' TENDERS.
B. C, and at the Department 	
Works, Ottawa. SEALED   TENDERS    addressed to
tender  must he accompanied Tho secretary, Department of Indian
���pled cheque on a chartered Affairs,  Ottawa,  and  marked  on   the
Re-Survey  of City.
Property owners intending to erect
...   .,     ..   .^      .,,-,, ...      I stone or  concrete boundarv  walls, or
West   ol   Coast   Meridian,   con taining  �� ,     ,j      .���   ���     . , i
nn ....r.    r.e a a fi i fences,  should  i e 1T Hi n  from  doing  so
an area of fill   acres mote or   ess, is       .-, ., �� .,
���i,������.r,    ���  . i      ���f ���       V tl    until the re-survey of the city is corn-
shown  on   plan  of  survey,  signed  b\
Lighthall,  D.   L.  S., surveyed
plete. 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.
I yet apart again, and do pretty   little
! steps on your own account, in a corner, or may be not in a corner. Cer-
, tain gliding dances are  also  coming
, into   favor,   but   very   slowly.       It   ls
expected,   however,   that   the  modern
ways  of  dancing  the  dances  of   the
eighties   ivill  be In  full  swing by the
time tbe coronation season fill have
arrived.    Among the revivals will be
the   old   English   Morris  dances   and
singing   games,   together   with   musical quadrilles.
Mr.   |
in May, 1910, and of record in thej
Timber and Grazing Branch of the!
Department of tbe Interior.
A license will not be issued until
tbe full amount of the purchase
price, and the ground rental for thu
first  year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate or ^^^^_^^^_^^^_^^^_^_^^^__
rental, etc., are contained in the Tim-j Applications for the position of
ber Regulations, a copy of which may | piumbing Inspector wlll be received
be secured on application to the un-jhv tlle undersigned up to Monday, De-
dersigned,   or   to   the   Crown    Timber | Cember 12, at five o'clock p. m.
BOTTLE     ROMANCE.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO.
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711.
Box 160.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
|5 Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready toopen a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid 'on [Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: jj.::
n,)siness Accounts opened
on ravorable .terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855 _
ASSETS I $48,000,000 __
NEW   WESTMINSTE
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B.   C.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Agent at New Westminster.
P. O.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
W. A
City  Hall, November
DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
19. 1910.
Junk, payable to    tbe order    of   the
e   the    Minister   of    Public
...     i! to ten per cent. (10 p.c)
Ct the amount of the tender.
nler,
K   C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
|Department of Public Works,
i ������ iwa   November 22, 1910.   	
-. ��� ' Indian     Agencies,
TENDERS. Miller    Assistant   Gold   Commissioner.
  iWliite'borse.  Y.  T.;   tho Commissioner
-., .      ;illl;..SSed    to tbe    under- (,f  the  Yukon   Damon    C�����>;���  *��������
Bignel       Ottawa,  and  endorsed    on :uul  Percy Reed,    Mining
pa     -Tender    for    Prince CaiciosO- T.
;  1)t, wil, be received.   Each ^dermuj,   >* d~le
n^ Da/S .anoar.. 1911 I^under^ed   for  a  �� ei.ual   to
ior the,   ::-truc,ion of  a  Buoy  Depo    five   , er  cent  of  th       ��    t
. ,pert, ln the Province of tender.   The cheque Wll ne
;!lt>ia, including tbe erec- ,f the person <���^r ��, <eeline i
tion of , Reinforced Concrete Wharf. ter into a contrac   when ca *��    *
timber    approach      Trestle.      Power .,��� do so.   If the tende, be not a     ._
CUSTOMS SALE.
Take notice that I
Dick, of Vancouver,
real estate dealer. Intend to apply for
William Robert      To be sold by public auction under
B.C.. occupation'the provisions of the Customs Act, at
Chicagoan   Speeding   Across  Ocein  to
Wed  Girl   Won   in  Queer  Way.
Chicago.  Nov. 29.���Speeding   across
the Atlantic on a fast, liner  Dr.  Carl
A.    Johnson,    Chicago    dentist,    next
week will meet and wed in Kngland
the  girl  be bas never  seen, mat king I
the culmination of one of tbe Strang-
est romances on record.
Nine  years  ago,  returning  from  a
pleasure tour of Europe, Dr. Johnson,
in a spirit of fun dropped a bottle con-
I taining  bis  professional  card from  a
liner   in  mid-ocean.     Six   years  later
i the  bottle  was   washed   ashore  at  a
j North Wales summer resort and was
picked up by Miss Winnie Bradbury,
of Birmingham, who was spending a
holiday  at  the  season  resort.      This
was the beginning of the romance.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ',
Estimates  Given   on   Any
of  Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
anvednne "Tenders for Carcross Board-   -
in'  school'? will  be received  up  io COAST LAND DISTRICT RANGE 2
noon February 26, 1911, for the erec-
ion of a frame boarding Bchool bulld-
lDl,n^.^n?e\��[u0on8Tema.ry"be  real estate dealer. Intend to apply for the  examining    warehouse    at    New-	
";m; n     ,,H   es of  1    F   Neelands. permission to lease 200 acres of land , Westminster on  Thursday,  December cvi/eDADCD
seen a    the oth,es of   1    K  >jeiM    .  JP ^     Commmcl !      mo   at 10:30 a.m., 60 packages of  TUGASKE   NEWSPAPER
"1S1'e     \v   r    ,   r hinn inspector of a post planted at the east side of the'goods  which  have been  forfeited    or, CAME   TO   THE
couver;  W . h. 1)1,c1^.''"J.^1��� c   ��� rem    head of the north    arm    of i which  are in default for payment of  _
Mctorl...     it. 0rainev.s in,et   then-e eaat 4��� chains, duties under tbe Customs Laws. Regina. Nov. 2!).���The town council
thence" south 50 chains, thence west i List of goods on file and to be seen : o{ Tugaske have taken a peculiar turn
40 chains thence north 50 chains to |at the Customs Office, Express ^ reg&Ti ^^e application for a man-
post   of commencement.   Purpose for [offices   and   Railway   Freight   Offices : f]araug made bv j.  Clarke to compel
RESCUE
PALMER j
GASOLINE ENGINES I
31b  to 25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
wbicb it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
November
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
^^^  approacl^^^^^^^^^
j House   with    Chimney,    Buoy
Stores, unices and    Dwellings. __-  tl,c  -- ----. contract
nation    of    Drainage and cheque wll] heiheM.untu ^
Water Systems. , ,      ta ���*����. W,,P", ' ���1������ JiU be re-
Anirles     The successful tendei erwmtw
to furnish a bond in sitisfac
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I. William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B, C. occupation
Shed. ���  the cheque  will  be  returned.    In    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
also Uie event of acceptance of tender rne ^ estate deaier, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^____ described lands:
Plans,  specifications   and^^^^^^^^^
ol Agreement may be seen and forma [quired
this city.
Terms, Cash.
New   Westminster,   B.C.
ANGUS MUNN,
Collector of Customs.
T. J.  Trapp & Co., Auctioneers.
i them to submit a hylaw on the local
cl tender   procured  at   tbe     Depart- tory sureties tor asum equal to the
ment of  Marine   and     Fisheries,  Ot- amount of t he ^"J"���- d     not neces-
tawa   n  the office of tbe  Agent    of.    The lowest or any tenoer
the Department ot Marine and Fish-1 arily accepted
Commencing at a post planted
ahout twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease |
3S7i'if��, Texada Island, thence west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence   east    eighty   chains,
option question. The application
when argued before Mr. Justice
Brown was refused, it being claimed
that the necessary time following
publication could not be had.
The members of the council immediately  called  a meeting  in  Tugaske
upon hearing of tbe judge's decision.
They took a rather peculiar move and
gave tbe bylaw providing for the sub-
���   .      .    .      t        . _      .._.    _,.    .mission of the vote, its first and sec-
Notice is hereby    given    that    The, ond   readl Publication,   allowing
Fraser River Tannery  Limited, a body ; ^   ne(,easary t|m     was aIso BeCured,
corporate,    Incorporated    under     the|a  9pecla)   e(]uion   of  th_   weekly   pa.
paper being run off for that purpose.
They   propose   submitting   the    ques-
NOTICE.
tries. Victoria, B.C., Halifax, N.S., St. j    The newsoaper
John, Nil. Quebec and  Montreal, at |advertisenten    in  any   newspape
the Posi   office. Prince Rupert.  B.C., not be paid for.
-������������'��� al the Custom House, Winnipeg.
Only him,, sum tenders, on the ten-'Department  of JJjJJS^^SlO.
m  prepared by    the    Depart- Ottawa, November 4.
Benl   �� .���, |.. considered.
��� Oder   must  be   accompanied
ipted bank cheque in favor
ol the Dei 'ity Minister of Marine and
' equal  to  five  per  cent,   ol
amount    of  the   tender,
eq ie will be forfeited II the
unauthorized Insertion of t^1* thenre north eighty chains to point of
British    Columbia    Companies    Act, I
1897,   nnd   Amending Acts," carrying
on   business  in   the   District  of   New
Wftgtralnflter and  Province of British
Coiumuia,  having applied to His  Ex-
will
McLEAN,
Secretary.
CANADA.
commencement,  containing  640  acres
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Vancouver. B. C. September 6, 1010.! p'ra
Icellency,   the   Governor
 ^^^^^^^^^^     General    in
Council for the approval of a certain
site  for the construction of wharves
on    the    southerly
ser      river
shore
situate
of
on
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF
Tenders  for   Vic-
the
___^________^^_^__________    the
foreshore   of   blocks   "A," "B,"    and
"C," being portions of lots seven  (7)
  .and eight  (8), group two  (2)  in the
_.       ...   .   . ,       , _. . . district of New Westminster and pro-
New Westminster Land District.      ;vinre of RrUigll commwa, have    de-
Take notice that James Davis Smith ! posited with the Honorable the  Min
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
Successful   tenderer  declines   to  sign
.   ,.i   Agreement   above  re-
to  or   fails  to   complete   the
i  ding to conti act.   Cheques
Ing   unsuccessful     tenders
��� ' lined.
��� | a: i ment   does   not   bind   it-
accept    the lowest    or    any
I   r l  copying  this  a.lvertise-
m6ld  without authority  from  the De-
will noi he paid for same.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
Deputy  Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
' al   of  Marine  and  Fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada,  November  8,  1910.
TENDERS.
Notice   Concerning
for  the   Naval   Service.
TENDERS   addressed   to
tuals
SEALED
ister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
to construct, together with a descrip
tion to the people on December 12
It is not known whether the liquor
interests intend to take action to
prevent the submission of tbe bylaw
or not. It is generally conceded that
they will not.
As the case stands at the present
time, the vote will be taken on December 12,
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works _
Phone  53. I
Tenth  St.,  New  Westminster. '
HOSPITALZ
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755. ___
WOMAN
ALLEGES
HORF.IBLE
BRUTALITY
Fargo, N. D., Nov. 20.���A woman cf
evident refinement, who tefuses to
give ber name,  has caused a  sensa-
8EALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
\ mdersigned; and endorsed "Ten-
';"' ' 'nsiruction of two isi) cubic
yard wooden dump scows (or dredge
Mud   Lark"   British   Columbia."   will
Id
ecelved at this offlce until 4 p.m.
December   B,   1910,   tor    the
c��nstructlon of the scows mentioned.
planB and specification and form of
"u'1"-   may   he   procured   at   the   of-
, �� ��f Mr.  li.  a.  Bayfield,  Buperin-
"'"'lent   of   Dredges.   New   Westmln-
er' 1!' C.,  where  form  of  contract
",;;;  :^o  be  seen.
,. "'^ specifications and form of
��n'fact may also be seen and forms
JL,fnder obtained at tlie offlce of
IJ|'im Henderson resident archi-
ect. Victoria   u, c t and  at tbe De-
the undersigned, endorse 1 "Tenders
for Victuals" and accompanied by a
certified die iue for 10 per cent of
ihe amount of the tender, will be received up till noon on Wednesday,
November 30, at the Department ol
the Naval Service. Ottawa, for the
supply of the following commodities,
to be delivered ai tlie Naval Dockyards at Halifax-, N. S, and Esquimalt, B. C, Beans, i haricot i Chocolate, Flour, Jam, Marmalade. Meat,
preserved (Corned Beef. Mutton.
Brawn), Milk, condensed, Mustard,
Oatmeal, Marrowfat   I'eas. Spill  Peas,
Pepper,  salt.   Suet,  sugar,  vinegar,
Tea, Coffee, Rice and Raisins.
The  period  of  contract   to  be   for
one year from December 1st, 1910
Forms of tender may be had   from
ihe undersigned.
Unauthorized   publication   of   this
not  he pai 1 for.
  Q. .1   DESBARATS.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department   of  the   Naval
October  25th
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation build
er. Intends to apply for permission to
norchase    the    following    described
lands:
Commencing at  a  post marked  "J.
D.    Smith.      S.      W.      corner,"      at	
ihe   northwest   corner    of    pie-etrp-1office   of  the   registrar   of  deeds   for
Hon.      No.      2961,      thence      north  the  District  of  New  Westminster,  in
about 60 chains  more or less, to ori which district the said works are pro-
near   Sakinaw   Lake,   thence   east   60
chains more or less, thence south so with tne req
less,  tlience west  40 the    "Navigable    Waters    Protection
less, tlience north 40 Act,"    chapter    115    of the    Revised ! Shesavs  whne  she  was  going  with
1 :'!"'"  ������"���      'Statutes of Canada, 1906. | hlm from the statlon to _ hotel in .,
tion of the full site thereof described ! tion bere bv ciaiming that she was
hy metes and hounds, and have also . heM fo;. two weeka in tllp (.itv <)f
deposited a duplicate of each in the | Minneapolis   as  a  white  slave.    She
was formerly a school teacher and
was recently married. She appealed to
Rev. C. v'. Sewey, pastor of the
Broadway Methodist church, of Fargo for aid and told him that ^ e
went  to  St.  Paul  with  her  husband
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters ot Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of il and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
innuin   (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
I nun II   UIBIH^^^^^M   ������ �����	
posed to be constructed, in accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of
chains  more or
chains, more or
chains,  more or       ^	
chains more or less, to the place of WHITESIDE & EDMONDS
commencement^   ^   ^^      Solldto��� fo; jjjjgMm Tannery,
mtrM^nmi^n0^^'0,a^0; '    Dated at the City of' New Westmln-
..min        RDINAND  BACOS.  Agant   Kter th,g mh d&yQ{ October   m0
LAND   ACT.
D s
Notice wll
Mini
Service.
Ottawa.
1!U0.
CANADA.
Ictorla,
NAVAL     SERVICE
Notice     conccrnina     Tender.^^
C,0thionf9 SS Nav3f,��rservice.
TENDERS  addiessed  to
"-    ""fr'^n^K^^compiS'v
Cl9th?niaceSUchequeforlO
SEALED
for
samples
per cent of the
Amount of the tender.
New Westminster Land District
trict of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
tlaggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ibout one mile northeast from the
'iead of Billings bay, and about 40
"hain-: easterly from the southeast
porne- of timber lot number 37341
thence north 40 chains, thence eas-
10 chains, thence soutl 40 chains
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS.
Dated August 29. 1910.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Design a.
Copyright* 4c.
Anrono Mfidlnf r aketch and description ma.
Jnleklr Moerlalu cur opinion free whether an
imrmtlnn i�� probably patanla_nk__Sotam-nlfla.
tlonaitrlcUy wnfliiontiiJ. HANDBOOK on I'at��ati
Mntfna. Olclwst mem" for securing patent��.
Patent* UKi>n thniu. h Munn & <J;, r(welV3
a-ftctatlnottr'. a, It'n-Hit, cimi����, la tlie
Mnfllic Bficrlcati.
a handsomely Uhistrnteil wee*).,   Largest olr-
Slotion ot any sclontlSc JonrunL    Terms tot
uada, 4.I.T5 a year, jxitta. n iimpald.   Sold bj
all nowndeMers.
BraocL OSou. to F SU Waabmatou. U C.
cab. that they were attacked, drugged anl overpowered, and she awakened in a house of ill fame. She
clais.3 io have been forced to submit to gross brutality. She says she
finally managed to escape and managed to reach the city where she formerly lived. She fears her husband
has met with foul play, as she bas
not heard from him since. She does
not believe that he was In the plot to
ruin her life.
A thorough  Investigation   ls being
made by the local authorities.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
For all kinds ot
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers nnd freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday nt 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri-
lay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
"irst Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangert
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Wiona M7.
NEW WESTMINSTER       1        fc. C.
i '
i
i
i *r-
fs.
'4
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PAGE ETOHTf.
THE DAILY NfcWS.
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEM
E��R 30.
City News
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wai. It preserves and brings out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rk'h, artistic
finish, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just iry it snd you will see how
much better it is than aay other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for AU
Wood." Use it on your tioor.s and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax ia
tor all dancin.  tloors.
You can . et Johnson's free book, "The
Proper Treatment tor Floors, Woodwork
and Furniture" and lliese preparations of
ANDERSON & LUSBY (
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
NOW
is  the time to buy  a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big pinter stock is now in from
tlie best makers We have them at
a low price and we have a kind
WE GUARANTEE. We have also
Combination as well as
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will pav .vr"' to look over our stock
���f RUBBER GOODS on display in our
ihotv  window.    Try us for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Curtis Drug Store
New   Westminster,    B    C.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 23c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
11. Windebunk is building a hay and
^rain warehouse at Mission.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
pet bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
A business meeting of tlie hand of
the 104th regiment, and those interested, will be held at the Armories
this evening.
Tlie Sons of Norway gave a dance
in the Orange Hall, Vancouver, last
night, and a number of local Norwegians attended. ._
lt will pay you to get our cash
prices    on    shingles       Westminster
Mill  Co.,  Ltd., box 1003,  New   Westminster.
Arrangements are being i^ade for
the installation of electric lights in
Mission City residences. The fluid
will be supplied by tlie Western Canada Powder company,
A census of the white population of
Poit Moody was taken last week by
Provincial Constable Hutchison. Detailed   returns  are  not  yet  to   hand.
Look ad the ad. on page 3 and see
what "Tlie Man Who Saves You
Money" has to say. Fred Davis is
certainly generous. Just look at his
low prices, and be convinced.       **
The marriage of Miss Edith Johnston to H. A. Bourne will take place
today at the residence of tlie bride's
parents, Aenes street. Rev. Canon
d'Easum will officiate.
Christmas Slippers are included in
Sinclair's Removal Sale. **
Mrs. Parker's pupils gave their annual entertainment in St. Patrick's
hall on Monday evening, when an enjoyable time was spent. Rev. C. W.
Brown acted as chairman.
Thirty days and we are forced to
vacate our present premises. Kvery
shoe of our $20,000 stock is being sacrificed.   Sinclair, tlie Shoe Man.   **
Mrs. D. Walker, Mrs. George Adams
and Mrs. Bell left yesterday for Chilliwack. where they will be the guest,
of Mrs. Henry Eckert, Westminster
avenue.
The Women's Educational club will
meet tomorrow evening at half-past
seven at the residence of Mrs. James
Gilley. Elgth street, when arrangements for the bazaar to be held on
December 10 will be perfected.
Yesterday was a busy day at Sin-
clair's Removal Sale. **
John McQuarrie, three and a half
years old. son of D. J. McQuarrie, fell
off a step while playing at home yes-
terday and sustained a broken thigh.
The little fellow was taken to the
hospital for treatment.
An eight room $10,000 school is being built at Mission by Ca ther wood
& Slack. The school wil! have a flrs'-
class heating system and will I e
equipped with an up-to-date fire alarm
bells.
The members of A and B companies. 104th regiment, will hold tlie
first of a series of fortnightly open
nights at the armories on Friday,
when a musical and athletic program
will be gone through.
Ladles, do you know Black Velvet
Footwear is all the rage in New York
this winter? Sinclair is showing the
very best in Black Velvet Button
Boots. *��
St. Andrew's dance, November 30,
in the Odd Fellows' hall. Tickets from
committee of tlie Sons of Scotland or
at the door. Gentlemen '*, cents,
ladies free. �����
Eburne     railway     bridge     repairs.
which have been going on tor the last
week, were completed yesterday  The1
hndge was out of alignment, and after   It   had    been-   straightened   out i
lengthening   piles   were   driven    to
been brought within reach of the city j j
sportsmen   by   tlie   operation   of   the i
B. C. E. R. Chilliwack line.    Deer are !
also reported fairly numerous on Sumas mountain.
Mrs. J. S. Pettipiece aud her two
children, of Vancouver, are spending
tlie week-end with Mrs. B. F. Cassel-
man.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, tlie Florist.    Theme  R2US. ������
The Dominion government has decided to build a breakwater to protect the dykes at Steveston, and the
ontract for this work has been awarded to W. A. Gilley, who will execute
it under tlie supervision of the Richmond municipality. Tlie estimated
cost is $6000.
There will be a meeting of labor
men in the labor temple at eight
o'clock tonight to elect a committee
to carry on a campaign for tlie election of the labor candidates for school
trustees and aldermen. All labor men
interested and in sympathy witli the
movement are invited  to attend.
The Public
Supply Stores
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone  Heating and Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
! prevent a recurrence of tlie trouble.
A.  W.  McLeod. the insurance man. I
who  has  just  returned  from  a   busi-i
ness trip ot Chilliwack, reports splendid duck shooting on Sumas lake, this
favorite haunt of the birds having now ,
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether tbey and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't he.-i-
tate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article cal! for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
GET
Cadbyry's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
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I Some Good Buys
;  ��� m
��� Full Siza Lot, Hamilton S., near Lord Kelvin School        ���
1 ��� Price $850.00, Terms %
t Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms $
I I 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms I
i ��� ���
1 ��� See us about Port   Mann |
t CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
���i
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
I ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ �����������+������������������������������������� �����������������������
Ladies9 Leather Handbags
direct from the
Manufacturer
The values presented In our new Xmas showing of Ladies' Hand-
baga demonstrate tbe advisability of purchasing at headquarters.
Better values have never been offered in New Westminster. Styles
are the very newest featured in everyday use in the large fashion
centers. It is Impossible to discribe cadi individual style, but we invite vou to inspect today's opening of  Handbags.    Vou can   choose.
....$1.00   to   $11.75
Each at   	
SILK   LINED   Kl0
GLOVES
$1.75
per
Pan
������
Taffeta
Silk
Underskirts
The new "KlOB-flt" underskirts,
so necessary with the present
styles of dress, are proving immensely popular. They are
made with clasp and eyelets at
tlie back of the waistband,
which allows it to be adjusted
to any size desirable, leaving
no superflous fullness. They
are shown in turquoise, brown,
navy, black and white, and a
wide range of changeable
shades ln emerald, rose, wisteria, king's blue and smoke.
Any one of wliich would prove
acceptable as a Xmas Gift.
Each $5.95, $6.75, $7.50 and $10.
Children's
Sleeping
Suits
75c.
each
Padded Silk
Kimonas
Women's and Children's Padded Japanese Silk Kimonas.
handsomely embroidered, with
fancy   cuffs  and   pockets,   thick
silk cord at waist: shown in
Bhades of sky. navy, cardinal
and shell pink. Children's
sizes each    $6.75.
Women's . ies each $8.75 to $10.
Gait Fleece
and Blanket
Cloth
Kimonas
Plain and fancy striped ma-
terlals, heavy, warm and well-
finished, sonic with square
Dutch neck, turnover collars,
with double rows of fancy
stitching.    Each  $4.50 to  $5.50.
Two Btylei
warm comforts
���Uk lined even to the ll
tips.    He.  .   cal
French   Mocha,   p|    ./
with     dome
shades    of    grej     ...
brown, and bl
to   . k :   net-  nni. ,     l
$1,75
per pair
KERSEY CLOTH
COATINGS
$1*50 to $2.00 yard
Cloths  particularly   ..,,.
for making up in-,    .
coats.    Thev are "i   ,.' ���
wide, in plak or
finish heavy.flm
in    nice    shades    ,
green,  brown
and      dark    i
wine,  etc     pei   ;..,:  5v.
0    $2.00
HEAVY BLANKET
COATING
$1.50 to 1.75 yard
Very   heavy,   ;.;      .
wool   blanket   i
for   men's   Bmol  ���
Shown   in  plain, d
$1.50 per yard, ai
navy pi;,i,i at, p, . y-.
Slumber
Socks
A full range of sizes now to lie
had in tlie Underwear Section.
Made of heavy fleece domet in
one pia e w Ith ft et atta shed.
All sizes.    Each   75c.
made of Gait  fleece,  in  all  colors.    Pet  pair    50c.
Plush
Waists
similar   to   a  Nazareth   waist;
heavier      and       warmer.       All
sizes      35c.
THE   CHRISTMAS
SHOWING OF
NECKWEAR
grows larger    d ij    | jr da.
Kvery day brii      lome oe��
neckwear. Ain .   show
ing  affords   a   largi
from which to cl
gifts.     Bea ��� I
bi ts,    Bhawl
scarves,   knlttl :
throws,     maral   I
Dresden colla
. ab its    and     coll
collars,   etc      Many  ol  '
are sold  in  Ii.di ���, Id
of .i.nact!' e appi i
prices, eai h 25c to $'C.M
NEW DRESS
TRIMMINGS
Among    the    newest   i
mii>Ls to hand
wide black Bill
ored    band    bral
cord bi aids
white      and ,    colors,    etc.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Yes wc can
Clean it
Our
Process of Dry Cleaning is
MARVELLOUS
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to
cast aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R 278 and we will
have  the  wagon  call
promptly   for   your goods
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G.  F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
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' ggnSSSi FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Cerllne.
PHONE 473
aa.**..****'
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
ADVERTISE   ��N  TKE   DAILY   MEW.
If you want something choice for Today 8
ner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast o
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it a
P. BURNS' MARKET
New Westminster
Columbia Street
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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