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PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & CC
HEW  WESTMINSTER.
NUMBER202.
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TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5 Per  Month.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY  MORNING, DECEMBER  10, 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
BOTING IN IRELAND
IS BECOMING SERIOUS
Bludgeons
and   Sti\ '.'.....*
Brought into play-Charges of Corruption made.
UP TO GOVERNMENT TO
REMEDY THIS TROUBLE
um <in ww^l
x rovincial Authorities, After
Inducing Farmers to Come
Must Provide Laborers.
London. �����'"������ 10-More   ,th?,n   tw��"      The shortage of agricultural    1
,   ���r 4i.il members, of the new1.,,.,, ,,,
"lr(1\   (    unions haV;   now    been ���'" I*    '    ''"re^onably high    ac,.
Ho"1"' ' .eticallv    the    parties '-      g     pai(1 for wllat lltUe ca
;cle,l, and "Xl -it She time ^f dla ' WB8  ')raclk'all>-  "���*  only   th
land as they did at the time of dis-, CUS8ed .a _ ^^ ^ ^
gOttltiOIl. Ifrnrf,.   ~, ..���-.���.,__.
ahor
M
can be got
ieme  dis-
he board of
TERRIBLE DISASTER
AT BELLEVIEW MINE
Fifty or Sixty Miners Entombed as Result of Explosion���
Work of Rescue Commenced Immediately---
Bodies Brought To Surface.
unfinished at. the last meeting, and
proceed to discussion of tiie ways and
means of effecting the association's
objects, but so few delegates arrived,
and those only from boards of trade,
that alter some of those present had
expressed their views on tlie labor
(|iiestion, the gathering adjourned until some time in January, when it is
hoped that a more representative assembly can be got together and some
effective action taken.
R. M. Winslow, provincial horticulturist, who was on hls way to Chilli-
| wack to attend a two-day series of
'meetings there ln connection with
, the department's educational cam-
j palgn, was Invited by tlie secretary to
��� attend the meeting as a visitor, and
William Skene, secretary of the Van
^Government    coalition   ���   Liberals,
_��� Nationalists,   53;   Laborites,   29;
.pendent Nationalists, 6; total, 2M.
���opposition-Unionists. 209.
Liberal gains,  14;   Unionists  gains,
I ��. Labor gains, 4.
1 Tim Healy Goes Down.
Outside of 'he surprise caused by
He defeat of Tim Healy ln Louth,
thick Is tcl a considerable measure
ittritiutcd to Cardinal Louges, who
wohibited priests from taking part in
��> election, yesterday's returns did
not produce any startling develop-
Beets.
The Liberals expected to win in
Denbei.eli, but the little Welsh eon-
stituency again returned W. Ormsby
gore Unionist, increasing his magi, by one vote. He was electedll MBW boa,.(1 f)f trade; was'presentln
with a majority of eight    votes   last  the game r.u,a,lty
January. I     Mr   winslow made   an Interesting
Moreton Frewen    has   offered    his .,   ,    ffW b , ���mented q*
��t���Cork to Healy   but  the latter   m(.ml|(,rs        ^ e_ter
t,8declined, as he Intends to try and   ,nR ,������ assoclat|on_ an(1' ,t.ferred    tQ
the good work done by similar organizations in the Okanagan and Koote
nays. He then referred to the work
of the B. C. Fruit Growers' association, of which he is secretary, and ex-
Calgary, Dec. 10.���As the result of
an explosion late yesterday afternoon
at lielleview, the mine operated at
that place by the Western Canada
Colliery company lias been transformed into an immense deatli chamber.
Fifty or sixty miners are entombed.
It is feared tlie majority have been
killed.
Rescue parties were set to work
immediately.
Seven bodies have been brought to
the surface.
Eight miners were brought out of
the mine alive, but all are so badly
injured that they will probably die
before daylight.
Tlie cause of the explosion is unknown. Only the most meagre details of tlie disaster can be secured.
SACRED COWS ARE
CAUSE OF BIG RIOT
Hindus and Mohammedans
Clash in Calcutta���Hundred and Fifty Injured.
Calcutta, Dec. 10.���One hundred
and flfty men were 'njured in fierce
riots here today, whon Hindus and
Mohammedans clashed. The trouble
was due to the fact that the Mohammedans announced their Intention of
sacrificing some cows at their festival. To the Hindu the cow Is a sacred
animal, und indignation meetings
were held to protest against the
sacrilege.
The  police  were  appealed  to,  but
TWO VANCOUVER MEN
BUY LIVERPOOL ARMS
Claffin and Anderson Take
Over Saloon Bnsiness Conducted by J. Chappell.
J. Chappell, proprietor of the Liverpool Arms, yesterday disposed of bim
business to two Vancouver meat.
Messrs. Claffin and Anderson. It is
understood that the price paid was
in the neighborhood of $8000.
Mr. Chappell lias been proprietor ef
the Liverpool Arms for two years.
but he has been a resident of New
Westminster for twenty-four years.
For four years previous to taking over
the Liverpool Arms he was proprietor
������������������������������������������������
upset the  Louth   election   result,
j leging corruption and Intimidation.
McKenna Re-elected.
Two cabinet  ministers  were  voted
Bl yesterday. Premier    Asquith    and
HeBuaM McKenna, flrst lord of   the
tlniralt;
case -sil ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
afternoon McKenna was re-elected
.juthshire.
Charges of Bribery.
Tte today Review    says    today
Doctors In Trouble.
Montreal, Dec. it.���"Doctor"
Corinne Poulin, arrested today
on a charge of mal-practice,
has made admissions to Chief
of Police Carpenter in whicli
she implicates half a score of
qualified medical men, medical
students and private nurses.
Further arrests, it is said, will
be made in connection with
the case.
���������������������������������������������������
MEN IN TROUBLE liP NORTH
REFUSE HELP OF LAWYERS
��� ���������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� ��� Steamer Stranded. ���
��� ��� Victoria, Dec. !).���When out- ���
��� ��� bound,  the  steamer  Henriette ���
��� ��� failed    to   answer    her    helm ���
��� ��� when leaving tlie harbor   this ���
��� ��� afternoon and   stranded   after ���
��� ��� cutting  thirty  feet    into    the ���
��� ��� wharf of the B. C. Soap Works ���
��� ��� at Laurel Point. She was haul- ���
��� ��� ed off by the tug   Lorne   this ���
��� ��� evening. ���
��� ���
tu   im.mm i. i    .u    . I Pressed the belief that tlie fruit grow-
lhe result in the former ,     lnf���,st     of the      ^ �� ft
not  he    known    until    this Imoat aUble ^ ������* wMch ^ pn}8.
parity could be founded.
It  was    therefore    urgently    neces-
i sary   that   serious   consideration     he
k       ,      - - 3dn>'| given  to tlie difficulties  under  wliich
gUOlUmdon elections were won J t)ie fru,t Rrow,n|, in(,lls���.v labored.
Jr.,. ;r and corruption. This is The two j.rp;it(>sl of thege #ero ,he
fcsosiweeplng charge ever made ; ,a(.k of exact know!eclRe on the ,)art
tea Hr;i,sh election, although in- ���   f   ���      malor)tv   of   ranchers,   which
Septette  Under  Arrest for    Peddling
Liquor and Violating  Fishing
Regulations.
���������������������������������������������������
DAY OF GREAT ESTATES
IS PASSING IN ENGLAND
The   pollce   were  appealed  to,   uui   -,   ���'"',"'   .,, TV    _*   .       .
the  authorities  declined   to  interfere   Of   he Occidental hotel and prior   to
with the designs of   the    Mohamme- ����** hf conducted the Diamond   i
dans   Thereupon tlie Hindus took the, taurant    wliich    used   to   be    where
r , , i    ��� i _i���i       lliimnn  c   nlrror   vluro    tmu.'    atom
lai/ In their own hands and the riot-1
ing followed. The trouble may spread.
��� Qamon's cigar store now stands.
Mr. Chappell  has not always beea
R. B. K. OF I. ELECT OFFICERS.
Lady Henry Somerset Says That Rad-
ical  Change  Is About to Come
Over Country  Life.
Big Attendance at Annual Meeting of
Local  Lodge.
A large attendance of Royal Black
Knights  of  Ireland  turned  out    last
night on the occasion of the annual
meeting and the election of officers <
for the coming year.
Almost the only business transacted was the election of the officers,
which resulted as follows:
George R. Matthias, worshipful preceptor; William Peacock, deputy preceptor; William Henderson, chaplain;
R. A. Stoney, registrar; Joseph Sawyers, treasurer; John J. Hood, first
lecturer; Robert Lee, second lecturer;
Joseph Smith, first censor; E. W.
Cook, second censor; William Stokes,
first standard bearer; S. A. Daily, second standard bearer; George Har-
greuves, pursuivant; committee, D. W.
Cross and Alexander Garrett; audi-
torss, D. \V. Cross ancl E. W. Cook.
The elections,were conducted by O.
W. Cross, worshipful proceptor
in tlie hotel husiness, for when he
first came here lie was a fireman in
a saw mill and subsequently worked
in the same capacity at the city
power house. .   |
He has seen New Westminster rise
from a city of no particular importance to what she Is today.
ABked last night what were hia intentions for the future, Mr. Chappell
replied that, he would still remain ht
New Westminster and would probably
be one of tlie candidates for an alder-
manic seat at the coming civic elections.
Both Mr. Claffin and Mr. Anderson,
the new proprietors, are experienced
hotel men and consider that New
Westminster is a first class town for
a saloon husiness.
ARBITRATION.
Men Who Will Decide Value of Land
Visit Langley.
J. II. Diamond, of this city, and BL
W.   McLean,  of  Vancouver,   members.
���Hill Instances of    bribery    have
P il   ed In former years.
John Dillon In Hiding.
HT irh   . Ireland, John Dillon had
iim-.I-:, practically In hiding, as a;
liifecoi !.. d taken possession of tiie I
|p leading   to  the  railway  station j
Uk- breal Ing up one of bj�� meetings.'
FThe rioting  was  serious for severS1���
I kin
Obwier. the O'Brien candidate, was I
mil prer the bead  with  bludgeon
Blliaddri Sh'Ing a meeting.   He con-j
tone] hie speech w!,h blood stream- ;
���"tinv. his face.
II
\ POSTMASTER WILL
ffl OFFICIAL VISIT TO B.C.
of the majority of ranchers, which
was being rapidly remedied by the
government's policy ot toui in;: lecturers, packing schools, and demonstration orchards, and tlie great
scarcity of cheap labor, which was
rendering it impossible for it. ('.
ranchers to compete with the Americans and also limiting thorn to a total
production far beloW lla^Jr capacity.
"It  is time the provincial    govern-'
ment  took some steps In the in at! . '
, of  establishing   a   labor ' bureau   v.i i j
encouraging immigration of a la'   .inu
class," said  Mr.  Winslow.    "By their
I policy of encouraging men of capital
'to comfc hor6 and Invest their   titng
| and money in lhe fruit  raising busi-
i ness, tlie government has created    a
I situation which it is in duty bound to
I relieve, and that is the natural method
of so doing.    In saying this, hov.wer,
I am speaking as tlie secretary of the
Fruit Growers' association and not iu
my official capacity,"
Oh the question of Oriental labor,
| Mr, Winslow added that it was considered inadvisable to encourage the
immigration of the yellow man for
this purpose, on account of the fact
that he spent little more than a tenth
of his earnings in the country.
It   A.  Anderson, a    delegate    from
Langley, remarked  that  there was a
Juneau, Alaska, Dec. 9.���Seven men
indicted on charges of selling lbpior
and violating the fishing regulations
announced in court today that they
did not desire the services of an attorney and that each would plead his
own case.
. (jiosB. worsnipiui procepior.  -���-��������  ���   -------     ��� ,
After the results oi the elections ��' a boa,d "f arbitration appointed ta
had been announced speeches were decide tlie value of certain land be,
delivered by the newly elected offl- longine to J. A Farmer, ot Langley.
eers. These officers will be installed and which the C N. H. desires to pur-
on December ;>;������ When several of the   chase for its right oi way, visited the
London, Dec. 9.���Lady Henry Som
erset is among the prominent English
publicists   who   have   most   recently ���el.Blunei- toj ������ou ���,������ ul  ,,������.      _ --.___
undertaken  to deal  with  the altering | ofTicerB from the Grand Hlack Chapter I property yesterday,    accompanied   by
social  problems of the  l'nited  King-'of British Columbia are expected    tot Judge W. W. B". Mclnnes, .1. U. Grant.
wmm..   ,���.,.���  ���...���.��� I . e ent I solicitor for the C, Nt, It., It .Maitland.
,U this meetlug the retiring officers! "' U�� ^m of Hums fc Walker. soHri-
dom.    On  all  sides  there  liave been
. contentions  that  Hritish   country  life
is about to undergo a radical change,
the chief basis for this argument be-
.y	
Deputation Waits on Premier Laurier
with View to Securing Better
Postal  Service  Here.
y - 	
' Ottawa,   hee.   ft.���(Special   to   tlie
Dailv   News.)���A    large    deputation 1S1V,, ...���     	
headed by  Ralph Smith, M.P.. today   method of "^^.^^^li"
���.   ,    '        . ,    Mr   fnulter 'labor in use In other industries, \u���
met the premier    and    Mr. Louiur,^? v.       _ t  . MitV>n>    nnH
deputy
The men sail that thev had no funds i inB Rrounded on the number of large
to  hire an  attorney,  and  when    tl.ehfaU>s ,th"ft a,re ��*" J��*" "" ;in<1
' disposed   of  at  public  auction,  osten-
court offered  to appoint pn? to con-  9lt,|j- because of the Budget, with its
luct their defence they declined   the, new land taxes,
offer. In tlie latest issue of the Windsor i
The men made a compact, while in   M^''*'���' _*&  "enry  Somerset   has I
discussed the possible future relations
jail to refuse legal advices and to con- J beUveen ,he gr<,at colinty bouses und
duct theit1 own defence without assist-1 the English villages, which usually
anee, . have  been  created  through  their In-
:,--,.   -���  Iluences.
!    "In considering the relations of the
LACK   OT   SMALL   COIN. village to lhe great house," Bhe writes
  "we come again to the burning ques-
Philadelphia   Mint  Working   Hard   W  tion, 'What is wealth?' and over anl
Make Up Shortage. ; over again we realize that our Ideas
Philadelphia.  Dec.  f.-Kvery  effort j have  to  be  revised.     There   Is   the
_. .,  j ,  , ,     wealth of those whom we call rich-
is  being  made   at   tlie   Philadelphia  U]el|.    m( the|p    Ielsurep    thelf
.     .��� ^. ~.-.ni> i .
will read tlieir annual reports anl
the business for tlie year will be completed.
COLLEGE STUDENTS
ENJOY MUSICALE
tors for Mr. Farmer, and K. J. Coulthard, purchasing agent for the C
N. R.
The arguments will he heard here
on January 4 by Jw.ine .Mclnnes.
mint to make ip the shortage of small
coins which has been felt throughout the country and the force of 350
employes there Is working day and
night.
Last month's figures show that the
houses, their gardens, their motors,
clothes and jewelB���all the material
possessions which go to mako up
what we call a fortune; but, on the
other hand, when we come to true
standards there is tlie wealth of those
whom wc call the poor���their simplic
tne premier   anu   w. *-v -, .    -     .   .. ma-Mne
,    *     Atmm' the  employment  o-  maonme,
ty   postmaster-general, regarding j ^ .^ Uiough, W,1S ,he natui
offices at  Eburne    and    Central L,      of ,he prei;ent difficulty,
._      _-        . ..  J ...mmi*.    *,f\\l/,
^ B, C. Klectric railway from  New
Westminster  to  Chilliwack.  the    ej
machinery,   and
ural solu-
Pcst offices at Eburne    und    Central j jT^" ~j the preSent difficulty, but bw-
Park, the  placing  of  a  mail  car  on ' lng t() ,t,e grundmotheily polify of the
^  'government, which prohibited an    in
telligent   farmer    from    operating    a|
    m  *- ��� ,      steam encino of more than two horse
WUion    I  mall carrying to the city   . o,vpr  ..a ten (.rlU tea kettle." it was
'taits and the securing of transport-:-   ,,,���  b^jng taken into consideration as
��on for mail carriers in  New  West- j _ should.   I. was m.-   ^fg���'
i:i;.ite, clt, 'could be used, although more flange
Premier McBride. at Mr. Smith's re- ons than steam, bui tWa was ��.i.i>   l-
���'        raise d.o send out Mr. Coul-   cause    some    grafter    baJ    no     )
t�� to  looh  over  the  whole  ���".estion   thought of creating[ a poet tor himself
, .ments to tl.e mail service   as inspector of gasoUne *��*�����J��a
01 the province.   This will he done at  besides gasoline   was   an   ��g�����
once. I article.    Steam cost piactlr.i.i)  notn
 ' m. .  with the abundance    ot    timber
' which it was not only convenient but
B0DY OF SUICIDE 'necessary to burn.
FOUND AFTER THREE MONTHS       <;. orRe Small, who was In the chai .
  .agreed with    Mr. Wlnslow's   opinion
Weyburn, Sask., Dec. 9.���This town th.lt the government shoull encourage
Wns thi iwn into excitement today lmmii;ratlon of labor, and thougnt tnis
*������*������ It was discovered that Mounted : ,���llt best be done on the same unts
Niceman li. h Parley had commit- as aro cmpioyed by the Cornmon-
*��<! suicide and had been lying dead wcalth of Australia, that is, hj <��i-
in Ms room  tor  nearly   three  weeks ���     nrtnK the cost of transportation an.i
LaSt     mOIlIIlS      llglllUa     auun       l.,���v      wmm.    ���,,,,,,,                J
holiday gift-giving spirit figures large-1 ity of life, their pence, their knowl-
ly in the increased coinage. ledge of life and death, their strength,
Tlie mint during November coined  their   courage,  their  endurance.    AH
|3,226,0M   in   double   eagles,   $130,- ] these  are  Spiritual   possessions,  and.
 .' in espies. |890,000 in b^lf eagles. jUS; {xS material possessions are pui-
and $175^.0 in (puirier eagles, mak-,chased  by  so-called  riches,  so these
1    ""��o������lniiB   nrn   nftnn   onlv
spiritual   possessions   are   often   only
to be purchased by so-called poverty
000 and one-cent pieces i     "Neither  will  probably   know, now   representative for Cardston    In    the
Total   coinage   of   gold,  and   here,  the exact   extent of   theft  legislature, afld a prominent Mormon.
1   ' '"     '       ; '"'   ���,'" 'bo true values are I tt.ii   rc,B\���u  hls  seat   this  week    and
ir-': a total of $5,080,000 In gold. Dimes
coined amounted to $215,000, five-cent
pieces to $267,000 and one-cent pieces
to  $108,400.    Total   coinage  of   gold,  ������.,  ������,���(  .,._ ^___. 	
silver, nickel and copper was $ri,r,70(- j fortune, but when the true values are
000. I sorted from the false and life, is shorn
of    its    superficial    adornment    and
stands out. ln clear and simple lines,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p        ' *>e  shall better  the real
families, from    which    an emergency , relations hetween those who have and
supply of labor could be drawn. .hose wbrt have not.
The delegate from Chilliwack, II. J.I They tell us that the time tot
Barb��r, spoke of a matter more gre,lt est.atea is past, and I believe it
nearly germane to the objects of the  is    The congestion In our cities must
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^******a**S***************M
The first piano recital for the term
was given Thursday evening by the
pupils in the musical department of
tlie college and was was greatly appreciated by a large audience. Many
of those taking part had never before
played at a public function, and in
every such case the work was excellent, reflecting much credit on the Instructor, Miss K. Smith. The students attended the recital In a body,
and a number of visitor^ were present from the city. The affair was
held In the reception hall, which was
tastily decoratel for the occasion, and
from the beginning to the' close of
the evening's exercises the different
performers commanded the rapt attention of the audience After the recital
Dr. Sipprell complimented the pupils
on their splendid work during the
evening, and briefly addressed tliem
on the value and purpose of music in
a ltheral education. This was fol-
lowedd by a tea, served under tlie
ausilces of the Y. W. C. A., which
was a pronounced success.
Mormon  Member  Moves,
Kdmonton.    Dec.    0.���J.  W.  Woolf.
HMr jsi B.i.n ro
PAVE EIGHTH AVENUE
will resign his seat this week and
move to Nevada, where he has extensive interests.
QUAKE   IN CUBA.
Council   Wi'l   Discuc;  Advisability ol
Getting Concession from Company
for Use for Road*.
For a few hours yesterday Sapperton held tlie larger part of the civic
government. Acting Mayor Gray, all
tbe aldermen and Knglneer Itlackmnn
could be seen prospecting the cows-
try beyond the terminus of tlie 11. O.
K. 11. line In Sapperton. Knglneer
Voice, of the B. C. K. IL, nnd other
officials of the company, were als*
present.
The Occasion was the Inspection of
the ground over wliich the B. C. E. R.
wishes to lay temporary tracks so
that It may tap certain gravel beda
and  obtain  ballast   for  the   Burnett.
line.
The party made a thorough examination of the territory, but did not
reach any decision and wlll not until
after the council meeting on Monday
night. It was proposed by some of
the members of the council that the
empany should pn.vo Kighth avenue
for a short distance where the railway tracks will cross It from present
Inhabitants of Santiago Frightened by j indications   It   would   seem   that  thst
^^^        Heavy Shock.  	
Havana, Dec .!���.���Santiago tie Cuba,
nearly germane to the objects of the jg. The congestion In our cities must I ita, of tt,e province of that name,
association, viz., the navigation of the be relieved by the people's ownership j wg- ���haken at nlne o'clock by a heavy
upper reaches of the Fraser.    This is j in  the   land.    The   fortune  from  the j     rttU(liake shoci<.    There was    great
Wthout bei .gllscoVered. " I possibly  also  the  cost  of  taking  up
  '���"Tfish0lM.SS Skene,    of    Vancouver,
*������������������������������������������������:     ',,,,;, WM' really the solution of the
* ti   ���k".    Hfficnltv.     While   if.  was  true
upper reacnes oi mc *���***���**-.���    -��� ���- | m   uie   mmm*     ��� ��������� -
being seriously menaced at the pres- ��� rent of the farms will no longer maln-
ent  time   by   the   formation   of  sand' tain  great, houses.    The  present  sys-
htrs   which In turn are   due   * ���>   the  tem Is bound to die.    Here and there
presence of snag and log Jams in Uwlgreat families have taken a new lease
river    The government, render) a cer- j 0f  financial life by  uniting their for-
tain amount of assistance annually in   tunes   to  those  who  possess   money
the matter of pulling snags, hut this.   mafie  in   new  countries  or  in  otber
sail Mr. Barber, is practically useless,   channels,  but the  great  bulk  of the
I The present, snag boat is not suitable   English land owners are unable now
I for working swift water, and in any  tc> maintain their estates.
I event its services are too much in de-1     "The old houses are let to men who
mand     What is wanted ls a pract.lc-  have made their money in commerce;
able snag puller to work continuously   rhn  traditions  which  bound them  to
on the upper reaches, after the chan-  the people who lived upon the soil are
earthquake shock. There was great
alarm among the inhabitants, but si
far no damage has been reported.
LEAVES MORGAN.
Mob Rule in Fresno.
Fresno, Cal., Dec. 0.���A    mob
hei'e at an    early    hour    tbi��
evening burned the headquarters of the Industrial  Workers
f,f   the World,   severely   beat
members  of  the    organization
on the street, and    surroun led
'he county   Jail,   where   other
members are being he'd.    Th"
demand was made that the I*
Vl'   of  \V.  prisoners  he  turned
"w'i   to tlie mob. but. the riot
was ended  without  any effort.
,ri enter the tail.    The    police
di|l not interfere.
+; labor difficulty.
^ i that nt certain sensons there was a
+! great scarcity of men for such opera-
^jtbns as ticking fruit, packing it, and
^ I pruning the trees, yet. it was out of
4 the question to ask that white men
a ! should come into the country for the
few months work. At.
Including about, three
Perkins Will Devote Time to Bettering Capital-Labor Standing.
New York, Dec. 0.���George W. Perkins announced today his retirement
from the firm of J. P. Morgan fc Co.,
to devote his time to; extending   the
_^  principles of profit-sharing and   other
on the upper reaches, after the onan-  the people who lived upon the son are   benefit plans for lessening the    con-
nel  has  been  properly dredged,  and  g0ne, the ralson d'etre of the English   fllct between capital and labor.
unless this is done, river transporta- j country house is at an end, for It is	
"no longer anybody's home, but merely       **^^^^^^^^********\**********\*
will  be the course advised on  Mob-
day night.
The proposed extension of the
tracks will run along Columbia street
for a short distance across the small
government reserve there, and the��
across Eighth avenue.
From what could be gathered from
Alderman Bryson's attitude at Uie
meeting of the council on Thursday
night he will oppose the granting of
any concessions whatever until the
return of Mayor Lee and Aldermaa
Johnston from the east.
sake of a
other seasens.
a)   otner  s���.-, ,,���,,  ...
.*,, fourths of every year, there was no
a*s | work for them so far as agricultural
4 pursuits are concerned. But. if it were
4 possible for immigrants of this class
4 j to take up small holdings at, a figure
��� I within their means, instead of being
a forced fo pay speculators an absurdly
��� �������   tben they
tlon to Chilliwack will become a thing
of the past. The result will be a serious thing for Westminster. Freight
rates on rail were practically double
the water rates, which meant that
Westminster was the natural market
for Chilliwack produce, but If lt berime necessary to use the rail, the
difference between Westminster and
Vancouver would only be ten cents a
hundred, and the result would bp a
serious diversion of traffic, which
formerly went to the Royal City, to
Vancouver. .
The motion to adjourn was then put.
���������
a pleasure resort wherein to spend a
few idle weeks or give n few brilliant
nartles. There are still exceptions,
but this Is mainly the rule, and we
who live In this present age must
watch with anxiety nnd interest what
will be the future development of the
English village."
Against Church Union.
Paisley, Ont., Dec. 9.���Presbyterians
of Bruce county ln session here today,
discussion   on   the
���������������������������������������������������
^^^^^8et Flre To Bariij^^^^^
Vienna, Dec. 9.���Friedrich Steln-
Ischmeld, the playwright and poet,
purrendere.l to the police of Prague
today, confessing thit he was guilty
of arson. He said that while rehearsing one of his plays, in which a peasant sets fire to a barn, he failed to
make the scene realistic. He decided that, he must himself experience a
crminal's impression. He, therefore,
went Into-the country and set flre to a
barn, taking notes of the Incident and
his own feelings.   These he Incorpor-
������������������������������������������
SJar^-ss r s=* ���=**��.*��-��
"*The motion to adjourn was then put.'after five hours   aiacu����'?"   ��an. "'" ^d'tJTt* his pTay, which is now fun-,
and it was decided to hold_tha next  basis of church union, decided against [ated ^^J^^,^ ^ guccwm> I
it by 13 to 5 votes.
���
Big Cash Deal.
Robert    Kennedy,   of    Kennedy  Bros., reports    that    he
has given an option on a portion of his Pitt Meadows ranch
to agents supposed to be acting oh behalf of the Canadian ���
Pacific railway, the price to he ���
$160,000 cosh. Papers are being ���
prepared, and   It is   expected ���
that tlie deal wlll be complete! ���
within the next few days.  Tli* ���
land sold has   a frontage   nt ���
three   hundred   feet   on   Pitt ���
river, and it ls   believed   that ���
the company Intends to buiti a ���#
number of workmen's dwelling #
houses there. +
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER
Wants
WANTED.
WANTED���Bt JAPANESE WOMAN,
work by day. Apply 500 Columbia
street.   Telephone 261,
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; flrst class
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED���WOMAN FOR CLEAN-
ing and washing two days in week;
no children. Apply Cook, 529
Front st., city, or residence, High
land Park, Burnaby.
TINTED - A YOUNG MAN IS
open to keep a small set of books
in evening. Apply box K, News of-
flee.
WANTED���BY MARRIED COUPLE,
furnished housekeeping rooms. Apply P. O. Box 248.
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write flre Insurance in the district;
only good p'oducer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancou
ver, B. C.
*^*���****���**���***- ^^^^^^^^^^_
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 02 Hastings street east.
FOUND���A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bnuise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for either man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at any time free of charge with E.
Greyell, 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixtli avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
FOR SALE���SIX-ROOMED COT-
tage on corner; lot 66x100; electric
light. Price .1800, $900 cash, balance to arrange. Apply 9. ti Tenth
street.
FOR   SALE���SURREY   SNAP, N.
Vi  Sec.
34, Tp. T. A flne
easily cleared,
of N. W. ..
piece of farm land, ...
one-quarter mile from B. C. E. R .
two miles from Cloverdale. Price
580.00 per acre, one-quarter cash,
balance one, two and three years.
Apply A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.   Phone F 507.
LOST ���A LADIES' GOLD OPEN
face watch with Initials "E. R." on
back. Finder kindly return to 611
Gth street and receive reward.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New Westminster.
DON'T   overlook   the   opportunity   to
Make money ln New Westminster's
best residential district. Get in before the raise in values. White,
Shiles & Co. have some extra good
buys in this locality, which it will
pay you to investigate.
NINE choice lots on Seventh avenue
west, near the new B. C. Electric
cut off at J525.00   each,   on   easy
��� terms. These will advance rapidly
in price as soon as the work is completed.
MODERN homes in all parts of th:
City for sale on easy terms.
Society
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near the orphanage, $1400;
small cash payment and balance as
rent.
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $2700;
$500 cash balance monthly.
See us about a new five-room house
on Hamiliton street, one block from
car line; $2400 with small cash payment.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628 and  746  Columbia  st.
New  Westminster.
10, 1910,
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcles for Ladies from |12.75
��P.
Silver Watchea, gents* open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
HOSPITAL
FOR SALE���SURREY SNAP, SIX
blocks of five acres each, good land,
"slashed and easily cleared, in Port
Mann district, between Kennedy
and Scott road stations. Price $300
per acre, one-quarter casli, balance
six,   twelve,   eighteen   and   twenty-
> four months. Apply A. G. Marshall,
South Westminster.   Phone F 507.
FOR SALE���PORT MANN ACREAGE
and lots iu townsite of Port Mann,
water frontage and dockage. Apply
A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.
Plione F 507.
Westminster P.^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagions medical
c: ,sos accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars appiy to Hospital. Telephone 755.
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.    Telephone 806.
Room   13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
At   Home Days���Thuraday.
Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, lirst and second.
Mrs. T. J. Armtsrong, flrst and second.
Mrs. James Brymner, first.
Mrs. Beatty, flrst.
Mrs.   J.   Cunningham   Brown,   first j
and third.
Mrs. F. J. Coulthard, fourth. '     >
Mrs. Doherty, flrst and second.        ;
Mrs. J. R. Grant, third and fourth.
Mrs. A. Ii. Gordon, second and
fourth.
Mrs. James Harvey, first.
Mrs. J. B. Kennedy, flrst and third.
Mrs. James Leamy, second and
third.
Mrs.   A.    H.    McBride,    third    and |
fourth.
Miss  Martin   (Columbian  hospital).
Mrs. Mathers, third and fourth.
Mrs   T. R. Pearson, flrst and third.
Mrn. George Turner, third and
fourth.
Mrs. Ray (St. Mary's vicarage),
fourth.
VIrs. E. J. Rothwell, third,
Mrs. E. G. Thompson, the manse,
Sapperton.
��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall English and
Miss Muriel Cotton spent the weekend at Harrison Hot Springs.
��� ��    ��
Mr. and Mrs. George Brymner returned on  Monday from   a visit   in
Seattle.
��� *   ���
Mrs.  Gordon  Henderson  and   Miss j
Vfunn   were   guests  at   the   Empress!
^otel  in   Victoria  last  week.    While j
'here   they   {attended i  the   'antMu^
dance given in the hotel.
...
The Sewing circle was entertained
this week by Miss Alma Corbould, on:
Monday afternoon.
.   .   .
Mrs.  C.   C.  Worsfold  was  tbe  hos-
teas at the tea hour on Monday when |
the drawing  for the  game  set  took
place.   Mrs. S. Lad well won the lucky
number.
...
Miss Alma Lewis held tlie meeting
of the Duo Decim club this week.
...
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A  number  of  young  people   went
over   to   attend   the   Normal   School j
dance in Vancouver, given in Lester j
hall on Thursdav evening.
...
Mrs. J.  Stillweil  Clute entertained \
at a very enjoyable luncheon on Sat-
day last.   Covers were laid for six.
...
A   most   delightful   work   tea   was
given by    Mrs.    Alex. Charleson    on
I Monday  afternoon.    She  had   as her
guests Mrs. Corbould, Mrs. Cornwall.1
Mrs.    Hannlngton,   Mrs.   Richardson, |
Mrs.  Cotton,  Mrs. J.  R.  Grant,  Mrs.
Gracey,   Mrs.   Malins,   Mrs.   English,
Mrs.  Hill,   Mrs.  Davidson   and    Miss!'
Davidson.
.    .    .
The ladies of Vancouver are organ-
izing a woman's club after the order of tlie Alexandra club in Victoria.
In the larger cities in tlie east these
clubs have become very popular. A
number from Westminster liave signified tlieir intention of joining.
��� a ��� a
Mrs. F. J. Couthard entertained at
three tables of bridge on Monday-
evening.
...
Mrs. J. E. Allen held her flrst post-
Specials for
Friday and Saturday
Full sized Bed with brass trimmings, sanitary felt
mattress and reinforced wire spring mattress, the
lot for $V45
Dining Room Chair, solid oak frame, leather seats
the set 5 small chairs and one arm chair, the lot
worth $40.00, for   $20.95
Rockers, solid oak frame, upholstered in silk, exceptionally well made, worth $7.00, for $4.25
Solid Brass Bed, full size, worth $30.00,
Reorganization Sale price $18.75
We defy any competitor to produce a bed like this
for $30.00.
COUCHES, upholstered in tapestry and velours,,
hard wood frames, best workmanship, $4.35
What about Blankets?
Cold weather coming.   Keep warm at low prices.
All wool Blankets, combed 2 sides, full size, 6 lb.
weight, worth $5.75,
Reorganization Sale price $3.75
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GRAHAM & WILKINSON
THE MEN WHO SAVE YOU MONEY
Phone 707 655 Front Street
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(Continued on Page Seven.)
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over stole
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. It., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
. New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
city. tf.
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks in cultivation, |250 an
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Box 29, city. tf.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
.Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
.���scow house, in very good condition,
ithree rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TKKMS. SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOK SALE OU KENT BY OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
stieet. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���NEW MODERN HOUSE
on Second street, near Eightli avenue. Apply in owners office at the
.buildings. Dominion Trust Co.,
agents.
TO RENT���NEW SIX ROOMED
house, fully modern, close in; rent
$20 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co., Ltd.
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
��i
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT     -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart. S. S. "Prince Albert" will leave Prince Rupert noon Friday, Dec. 23rd, for Port
Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc.
Special Cruise to Hawaiian Islands, February 2nd.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For time tables, illustrated literature, and all information apply to
HARRY C. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent.
627 Granville St.   Phone 7100. ��� Phore 3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 71J Trew ntr***
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 2113 Sth St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, coiner
���Columbia street, ��nd Claikson
TO RENT -- FURNISHED BED-
���rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
���after fi p. in. or between 9 a. m. and
C5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
dtrwt.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20  8
and every half hour thereafter until Up, m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains lea. e New Westminster for Vancouver at 6,  7,  8  and  every   half
hour until 11 p. in.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. nt,, and 3:20 p. tn.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
��� City.
20-mlnute service front 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday���20-minutes
service from 8 a. m.  until  11:20 p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 6:10 a. m. until 11:30 p. m.     Sunday���20-mlnutes
service from 8:10 a. m. until   11:30 p. m.
LULU  ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
The Gift of Gifts
FOR   A   MAN'S   CHRISTMAS
If you wish to touch "Him" on a very
tender spot and make him remember
his Christmas for a long time to come,
GET  HIM A
House Coat or Dressing Gown
We're showing handsome
styles. Plain or Fancy*
Double faced cloth and
fancy plaid linina. Silk
cord edge and silk frogs,
Fancy collars and Cuffs or
self-faced cloth.
Splendid variety, all sizes.
House Coats $5.00, $6.50, to $13.50
Dressing Gowns $5.00 to 17.50
Our Haberdashery Deportment
is   aglow   with   choice   and   exclusive
CHRISTMAS  GIFTS
for any Man, any Young Man or any Boy.
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Pick Early While the Picking is Good.
REID & CO.
Store of Satisfaction
m*%a____mmmi*mmm 8ATurdav
DECEMBER  10, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB.
25c-OILCLOTHS-25c
Ten nice neat designs in Floor Oilcloth, 2 yards
wide.   While they last per square yard 25 cts.
Wool Blankets        Dining Chairs
Slightly soiled^ regular value to
$1.10 per pound. Yours, for, 60c per
lh.   These come up to 8-lbs. in weight.
Come early, we have only a few.
Down Comforters In prices and
qualities from, each $4.50.
Iron beds in all sizes from, eacli
$3.25.
Good springs, woven wire, has
strong support, for tlie small sum of
$2.00.
Sanitary cotton top mattresses,
strong ticking, in all sizes, each $2.50.
In solid quarter cut oak, golden finish, solid leather seat. One arm and
flve side chairs; can't be beat for
$18.75.
Diners ln Early English finish,
quarter cut oak, solid leather pad seat.
One arm and five side chairs; a bargain at $20.00.
Before buying that linoleum for
your kitchen and rugs for parlor, dining room, bedroom or hall Just call
and see our stock and get prices. It
will pay you.
MUICIPALIT1ES MUST
HELP GUARD CROSSINGS
Chairman   Mabee,   of   the   Dominion
Railway Commission,  Lays Down
Rule for  Future  Guidance.
Galloway & Lewis j
L
Up-To-Date House Furnishers
Corner Columbia and Fourth Street
Phone 809
Montreal, Dec. 9.���Chairman Mabee,
of the Railway commission, this afternoon, laid down the ruling in no uncertain terms that ln future municipalities would have to bear a proportion of the cost of safety appliances
at level crossings and In other ways
which were made necessary by the
progress of urban and municipal
growth. The share he broadly outlined at about one-third, subject, of
course, to special arrangements for
special conditions. But he made lt
plain that the railroads were not to
be saddled with the whole cost of the
protection of the public, which often
had to be protected from itself.
"If,"   said   Chairman    Mabee,   "we
make an attempt to load  upon   the
railroads the whole cost of all these
safety   appliances   we   should   either;
have tlie railroads out of business in;
a short time, or else they would be I
compelled to make sharp Increases in i
freight and passenger rates.   The mu- j
nicipalities   themselves   contribute  to
these dangers.    Municipalities, towns
and cities are growing in every direc-
tion, and why should tliey not have'
to contribute to the cost of protecting
these level crossings?
"There is no arguing that municipalities should not pay anything, because they have not to pay. We are
living in a more enlightened age, and
the public must pay for decent protection. The march of civilization
demands it, and we must go down in
our pockets and. pay for it. The question is whether a third is too much
for tlie municipalities' share or not,
or whether the railroads should pay
three-quarters. That is a matter to
be decided."
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
"Bi'L SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
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WONT LET   HIS   PHOTO
I GO   ON    BEER
BOTTLE
Maple Ridge Snaps
80 acres in the southwest quarter of Section 31, Twp. 12, N. W. D.
Price $40 per acre;  good terms.
140 acres in the southwest quarter of Section 29, Twp. 12, fifteen
acres cleared; small orchard, six-roomed house; bam 35x40 feet;
price $70 per acre;  good terma.
25 acres in the northwest quarter of Section 29, Twp. 12, ten acres
cleared. Eight acres more for clearing. House 24x24 feet, barn
40x40 feet, shop 20x40 feet, chicken house lfixl8 feet, woodshed
18x24 feet. Stock: Four pure-bred Jersey cows, 30 white leghorn
fowl; kitchen stove, one horse,light wagon, one cream separator and
dairy outfit; one set of blacksmith's t ools and stock valued at
$1500.    Everything goes at $4500, on good terms.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.  H.  McCormick  Manager Real Estate Department.
451 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Today's Specials
AT
PHILLIPS'
We have prepared for bigger selling than ever
today, and have Arranged our prices so as to
move these specials quickly.
I
Coat Sweaters
$1.65
These are a lot which were delayed
in shipment, and we give a big
discount. Many combinations of
colors.   Regular value $2.50.
Heavy Tweed
Pants $2.00
flood Ueavy Canadian Tweeds in
different Patterns and all sizes.
Warm Overcoats
$15.00
Heavy Tweed Ulster Ovescoats,
made with newest collars. This is
a real good buy for you.
Cadillac,   Mich.,   Dec.   9.���Ad   Woi-
gast has refused an offer of $150 from
! a Chicago brewing  company for tlie j
I use  of  his  photograph  whicli   would
have appeared���had he consentel���in]
label form pasted upon every bottle of
' beer placed upon the market by the
company for the next six months to I
come.    Tlie   stipulation   to   this   offer I
| was   that   Wolgast   should   be   photo- \
graphed with two others sitting at a
table sipping the beverage.   Tlie company   also  offered   him  $100   for  his
picture alone to be labeled upon every ,
bottle.   Wolgast refused both offers
What About  Thai
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
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Plain Colored
Sox 3prs. $1.00
In black, green, purple, blue and
grey.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in Bt?ms of $1 and upward,
aud Interest alio we ������ at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate). .....
Total  Assets over $186,000,100.00
We have a   full   line
of Rogers Bros.   1847
verware, also a
full
s;i
Selection of high grade
Carvers. Cutlery and
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNElt. Manager.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
, See
JTHE   SUNSET    BLUE    PRINT   CO.
Trapp  Block.
Phone 711. Box 160.
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
EXTRA SPECIAL:
We kave selected several lines of fine tenek tailored
suits, 20tk Century make, in Fancy Worsteds,
TVeeds and Ser.es. to sell  at   $20.00,  Today  Only
jj. NEWS0ME & SONS
I     Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
I NEW WESTMINSTER        **��� B.C.
. J. Phillips
Columbia Street
The Wardrobe Clothier
New Westminster
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
The New Sternwheeler	
| s. s. paystreak]
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
l ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
1 New Westminster.
One Night, Monday, Dec. 12
G. G. Garrette Presents Canada's Foremost  Actor
HAROLD NELSON
and Associase Players in the Great New York
Lyric Theatre Success
THE WOLF
The Greatest Realistic Drama of
the Century.
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Seat Sale, McKenzie's Pharmacy, Saturday, Dec. 9
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The Daily News WEB-TOED HERO
Published by Tne Dally News Publish-
tag Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
(LA. Paige Managing Director
WAS IN CANADA'
Old Englishman Saved 100 j
Lives   and    Did    Many
Diving Stunts.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER   10,  1910.
UNWARRANTABLE  INTERFERENCE.
The announcement  was  made    in
Thursday's  Columbian that the   em- j tance of thirty-two miles from London
London, Dec. 9.���Tie hero of more
than a hundred life-saving exploits,
Joseph Spponer, a tine old fellow of
seventy, is now a resident in Dora
street, Limehouse,
Nature certainly meant him to be a
swimmer, for curiously web-toed and
web-finger, he took to the water like
a duck. In 1856 he astonished ' the
swimming world by covering the dls-
ployees of the Fraser valley branch j bridge to Gravesend in seven hours.
��if the B   C   Electric railway    would       Spooner  is  a muoh-travelled  man,
' ...   ��� I who  has   experienced ' many   viclssi-
not in future have to come to   New | tudeg      Bora    .r   Limehouse>    Aprl|>
Westminster to received their money, i 1840j   lie   was  brought   up  to   be   a
the secretary of the Board of Trade j Thames   lighterman.     At ��� twenty-one,
this city having taken up the mat- I however,  lie  started.
in mis city uaviuB a^u ^ ****,   , . * seafaring  ca-
.  ��� ,���_���_   reer.     He   visited   India,   China,   the
ter with the company and concluded L^ ^.^ ^ Un,��d <states/New
arrangements for future payments to Zealand and Canada, and in each
lie made at Chilliwack or Abbotsford. I country managed to achieve some rec-
announcement    will    doubtless I ord or saving lives from drowning.
He has dived from 'the Louisa
hridge at Winnipeg, remaining some
minutes under water, and swimming
200 yards, and has cn many occasions
done such remarkable feats as divesting himself of his clothes while under
water, and reappearing with tlie gar-
This ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
give a good deal of satisfaction to
Secretary Wade, and that official's
sense of his own importance wlll
probably be increased. But it can
hardly be expected to arouse any feeling of enthusiasm or delight in   the j �����  u^'nhltlF"^ a'plrcil  and
bosoms of our merchants, as by this
change of arrangements a goodly sum
���f money hitherto disbursed in New
Westminster will go elsewhere.
Our impression was that the chief
���object of the Board of Trade was to
foster and promote the commercial
interests of this city; but it would
seem that in this we are mistaken.
We assume of course that Secretary
Wade, in diverting business from New
Westminster to Chilliwack and Abbotsford is carrying out the instructions and expressing the policy of the
Board of Trade. We have neither reason nor right to assume otherwise.
Yet we should like to know the why
and wherefore of Mr. Wade's interference in a matter of this kind at all.
We are informed by the announcement to which reference has been
made that a number of employees of
the company who had to walk from
smoking a cigarette.
MARKET
REPORT
The chief feature of interest at the
weekly market yesterday was a slight
reduction in tlie price of beef. Only
a moderate quantity was offered, bow-
ever, and was easily disposed of at
the prices noted. Pork also went
clown a notch, and there was a considerable quantity sold. There was a
good supply of veal, but the quality
was below average.
Poultry was fairly represented and
tlie demand was good, the prices remaining much the same as last week.
There were no turkeys offered, however, the intention of the part of the
wily farmer probably being to bring
these forward Just before Christmas.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The supply of potatoes still keeps
Sumas to New Westminster in order I up, despite the rumors of a potato
to receive their pay, made complaint famine, but the price has gone up a
to this official, who thereupon took notch. Other vegetables were in
...   ., ���  .   good demand.    Large    shipments    ot
the matter up with the company.   But, fruit were receive(1> but the demand
why, we should like to ask,    should I so far is not very brisk,
these men liave gone to the secretary \     Average prices realized are as under:
of the Board of Trade ? We were
not before aware that this body is
formed ancl empowered to settle grievances and disputes between men and
their employers, or that the Board's
secretary has been appointed to perform duties of this kind. Moreover
we have been told that what with his
duties as secretary of the Board, publicity commissioner, editor of \
monthly organ, contributor to sundry
Beef, foreriuarters, per lb. .. .C,c to 7c
Beef, hindquarters, per lb.  ..Sc to 9c
Lamb, per lb 14c
Mutton, per Ib 13c
Veal, large, per lb ll'/ijc to 12c
Veal, medium, per lb  .8c to 9c
Pork, per Ib 12c
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 50c
Eggs, retail, per Ib fi5c to 70c
Butter, wholesale, rer lb "n"
Butter, retail, per lb. ...as*.* 35c
Fowl, per doz.
*:%*���*...-V to $8
__________________________________ Chickens, per doz.     $5 to $7
and various    magazines    and    news-1 Broilers, per doz $4 to $5
papers and so on Mr. Wade already | Geese, each  ' |i 5q
finds it difficult to secure the necessary time for sleep. We are, therefore,
a little surprised to find that, he has
now accepted the somewhat trying
duty of mediator and arbitrator In
labor disputes.
As to the statement that men have
to walk in here from Sumas, we have
made enquiries at headquarters, and
find, as we expected to find, that this
is altogether unlikely to be true. The
employees of the B. C. Electric, like
those of other railway concerns, enjoy
every necessary convenience and
facility for travelling on the car fine
free cf cost, and none are expected
to walk long distances like that from
Sumas to this city.
Ducks, per doz $15 to $18
Potatoes, per ton  .$27 to $30
Apples, per box 75c to $1.25
Pears, per crate 75c to $1
lished  in  New  Westminster  will  be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Ofiice,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of November, A. D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James Hograth, Robert McEwen,
Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register J. P. Hampton
Bole as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher, Assessor of the District of Westminster, to J. P. II. Bole, hearing date
the 1st day of December, A. I)., 1902,
of all and singular that certain parcel
or tract, of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the District of
New Westminster, In the Province of
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 24, block
<!; lot 1(1, block 8; lots 28 and 29,
block fi; lots 1 and 4, block 8, subdivision of lot 202, group 1, Poit
Moody.
You and tliose claiming through or
under you  and all  persons claiming
any Interest in tho said land by vir-i
tue  of  any   unregistered  instrument,!
and nil persons claiming any interest
fn the said  land  by  descent,  whose
fitle Is not registered under tlie provisions  of  tlie  "Land   Registry  Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the   tax   purchase    within    forty-five
days from the date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and in
default  of a  caveat or certificate of
lis pendens  heing  filed  within   such
period, or ln default or redemption before registration, you and each of you
wlll   forever   estopped   and   debarred
from setting up any claim to or In re-
ispoct of the said land, and I shall register J.' P.  Hampton Bole as   owner1
thereof in  fee.    And  I  hereby order
tbal   publication   of  this  notice   for
thirty days In a daily newspaper pub-
REMOVAl SALE
1
Diamond Rings
Reg. $18 Solitaire   $12.50
Reg. $45 Solitaire  ', $33.00
Reg. $05 Solitaire $45.00
Reg. $100  (5-stone)    $72.00
Reg. $110 Cluster .....; $85.00
Reg. $55, 2 Emeralds and   Diamond       ,. ,$39.oo
Reg. $65, 2 Diamonds    and    Sap-
hire  $45.00
Reg. $00, 2 Diamonds and Ruby $45.00
A large variety to   choose    from
up to  $400
CHOOSE YOUR CHRISTMAS PRES-
ENTS NOW.
T. Gifford
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER  ,
��- '910,1
ONAL MESS AG
To Every Reader To-day
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This ad. tells of an opportunity now ripe���and for you.
It is an opportunity for profit, for personal benefit, for
getting more out of life than you have been getting.
Another transcontinental Railway is going to build into B. C,
making the Fraser River its terminus for the West.
This is not a scare or a "feeler" to start a real estate boom
New Westminster, to-day, is the strategic point on the Fraser,
and for that matter, in British Columbia.
To the man or woman who owns a few hundred dollars, the
time has arrived to turn that "rainy day" money over fo
good advantage by investing in local real estate.
DO IT NOW
While conditions are ripe to make money in local real estate. You can
be a procrastinator���so can anybody else. But does the man win
who keeps on saying " I mean it.r Do not wait. To-morrow will be
too late.
READ CAREFULLY
This is an age of progressiveness
and hustle. To the wide-awake, opportunity-grasping mortal goes success. You belong to that class of the
human race; you liave red blood in
your veins and plenty of it. Why not
exercise your ability to make money?
Listen ! Money begets money. You
do not need to possess thousands to
Invest in real estate���a few hundreds
���with the proper advice and a "spoonful" of nerve will place you on easy
street. Think this over thoroughly.
Let this sink "down deep" into your
"gray matter" and then act.
HERE
is the most important item in
today's issue of
the " News."
Yes, yesterday ! you couid have purchased certain properties In the Royal
City at prices that wouid be laughed
at today���and you passed tliem by���
and thon some of the "mossbaoks" (as
today) were parading down Columbia
street with a mighty hammer���hut
would they sell their holdings ?
Would they buy"? No, sir-ec ! Had a
hand full and couldn't carry more.
Some of the less timid purchased,
and today have good holdings or a
"fat bank account" to show for their
foresight.
BE ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES
Secure your holding today. Let the other fellow wait until tomorrow. These "waiters" are tlie people who
pay the fancy prices after the advance has materialized. Let the buyer of the future he the man to pay tho
fancy prices. Those "fancy" prices are coming on New Westminster real estate, Just as sure as the river flows
to the sea. Be In tlie "bunch" that will profit when that time arrives. That, lime Is not far off. Maybe one or
two years, but you can afford to buy now and hold; then you can ride In your own auto to the chagrin of the
man who "slapped" opportunity In the face.
GET BUSY
Here is the greatest snap ever offered and we defy you
to beat it anywhere.
Two Houses, bringing in good revenue, situated on a 66 ft.
lot close to car and on graded street. Price . $1500
$350 Cash���$400 in 12 months and balance to be arranged.
This is nearly giving the place away, so hurry along as an early morning
bargain hunter might beat you to this choice morsel.
We have other excellent City Bargains���-Consult us*
614 Columbia St.
W. J. KERR, LTD.
VA gATURDAY'
DECEMBER   10,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE iWtl.
SPORTING NEW >
rZ-\T*M> SHAMROCKS
H��V       CLASH THIS AFTERNOON
gond   bome   game   in   the
The  |, (aim   soccer seslas win be
f0   '    J( od   Bqua��e riiin aftwnoon
W*6 '' .���,.  [tovers, "f  VViuitiniinuiii.
P' 'i:  .':,..,,qi-ncliK. "I   Vancouver
a"'   ;"  ',���,. will Hturi Hhuri) al  tlwei
Tlir t'-'i"
(Irani,
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ol   Vtincouvur      wil.
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the
Dill
l in' somsWhai
almoiic.c oi Baw-
will mu be abli
of the Htvoiu-c;
tlie
inrwarii illvlHidii antl v.-il!
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I *'".,',','. missed.
*%!. playfl"  ll"; i,<,(lunHt.iHl to be al
.   i,   ': 80 when the 'can
1( '....��� BtaB    The fiillcwinf   pu-
needefl:    Sampher,   Lyons,
Bruce     P'orpinum,    IWlBbane,
.-���������ar-,.   McAMlstat,   Tayloi
MAHMOUT, THt TURK.
DOWNS GERMAN CHAMPION
L'"!':;:    31      Dei   9    SJussl     \i>,|.
m""    ��������   Turl ; .,.,    ..',,.1;  M()k
��ulei "the 6enman champion," in
three Btraighl i-.ili, in B wwaJtllng
mutch here tonight. The Brsi fai re
suited from B double Nelson hold
"'"' rlH men bad wrestled ^nineteen
mlnutei and fourteei Beoonds mu tin
;"' '"" fron b bai arm bold m the
umi or five mlnutei and ten seconds
WALKING THROUGH
CANADA IN WINTER
in
an
Hlm"!'
fill
*V~
F^, gin wcross, CaUy/.idii and Tun.'
bull i
NiHht Class Wins.
i basketball mar:!i tftayeB ut
Oolumblm college yesterday everting
between the students n b< m-i.:
ola�� am ;hi cdllegi juniors, uk boyi
wiu Btufly when the sun hm sel Be-
ourei   in tflotory by a score of 19 to 6.
Tin-iei Qreen Houses is the place to
gel bouquets floral assigns, and all
Undi ol cut flowers.   Phone R 2M* **
Who Said Xmas?
It jytitDe to start on your \m��t  work.      We  have
i^j______\ �� Spleno'.d Assortment of Novelties for
mak:: j up.     A.H >'n the Ne-wet.1  Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The '>>* hite House 617 Columbia Street
Yoang Greek Has Cold Work
to Wm Wager���Retina's
Strange Visitor.
Regina, Btec. !>. ��� Journey tm
around the world to win ftS.OOO, a
small Greek, hardly Bve feci jtoheigHt,
luiuled in Ret'liia on Swurday, and
dfter a stop'oi r couple Of hours con-
Mimed Ids Journey, Striking off toward Balgoine He is -n ftfttnpapet
man working for __ fypHLtn, of
WOBBe, Prance, but refused to divulge
Ills liiitni
'I'lliit hi' nm made Bhe journey from
Prance through Europe and Asia, i*
evidenced by the various signatures
be possess of high dl. nltaries of the
towns and rMiCK he stopped at Se
lias been two years on tbe journey,
and siill has one year left in which to
complete h.
"Don . you find it rather cold travelling through Canada ai tbis season
o   the ycur"" questioned the reporter.
"Ugh, cold, yet,," h( Knewered, as
ht dug Lis hands EaWbei dorWn into
bit  pockets.
The |ourney to date has been a sttfc-
ccssi'iii one, be dlatmed, and h< had
beet cn . rei; free from sickness He
wot (umi hopeful dl completing his
]ourner<  ��(thin Bin affltftted lime.
Cadburys
Chocolates
a
Fancy Boxes,
All sizes
Prices ranging from
25c. to $5.00 a box
'Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both /" "I
They will If you take Shakespeare    I
NAfe^sPEPS'^BLETS
XM AS GIFTS
/r Canong's,   Webb's,   Cadbury's   and Lowney's
CHOCOLATES
��� h fancy designed  box**, ranging from h.\lf-!b. to 10 lbs
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PREPARING    TOR    TRIP
TO    ENGLAND   NEXT YEAR
Toronto,    Dec.   !��.���Active   prepara-
j>->r s _"r i fread. being made bj t!b��
j Cnlveraftj Ij&tfrosse club for iheir pro-
posed trip to Kn. land next sumrnf-r.
Captain BrtflTtty Thompson has al
ready [iici od om a team tbas be bfr
lipvos   v,:}.   uphold   fhe  honor  of  'var-
sii^  agal ist thr- leading (mlxwaittes
.: t I--itish IsIps. Followins is a
list ol thv E^ayWS who will cross thf
hli.> \T��ttt :::r:r' * r.i\, Wood.
Laanibg. Murray, Thoms/m. Cioddart.
r-ar.k '\-,rk, Frank Hynea, Angus
Campbell, Mo.Sloy, Heatbe ton. Koann
and Ba-iofio aire also first-rl^ss men
and wfj l'p . ivoTi a try-out at thp
sprint practices Tbey may possibly
rnakp tic transatlantic tiip also.
In   r on versa tion   wilh   the    World
last nifht, Murray Thomson said ihat
:hr tr��m  would  oommpnop practicing j
next sprin... just as soon as tbe frost
is <*v:  at  thp   .round.    "W'p  want  to
ho  in tip-top shapp before .Tune." lie
said, "so that we can bp in Kngland in
t*-_* ior tbe Kinp's coronatton." IMir-
tb*    summer    tbe    team    will    play
af.iinst   Oxford.  i"ambvidee  and  ***_*<**
British universitte'-
JAP ORANGES
50c per box, large
Wes, between 5
and 6 doz. oranges
in every box. The
quality is the best.
They oorrect 3tomach disorders, asstat diction, and make life worth
living again for the victim of dyspepsia. 60c. a box. If your druggist has
not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail them.
N.tfonal Drue ���nJ Cli��m{e��l Camp any of Canada, Lhntfed,
Montr* .1.
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I POPHAM'S
\ CHOCOLATES
| FRESH   THIS   WEEK
I Ryall's Drug Store
* PHONE  57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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New Dates
10c lb.
SSI^Sg FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES. Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerline. PHONE 473
| MORE^MODEST IN PRICE THAN MOST GOOD BRANDS j
Sole Agint for above Pips  in  New We*tminster
j Pipes, Pouches, Cigar Cases and Holders
X
A great variety to choose from
iIRA A. REID
COLUMBIA   STREET
Near  Tram Oflic*
Phone  3 10
��*�������������>�������������������������*������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
< MING    TAME     SPORT.
,  c       *     i.eer,  *nd  Aeroplatvng  to
Wh svy, by Aviator Post.
\,u  orteaas, l****** B.   ' Ballooalhg
^   .,   .,',|e|   of    b-a$yt,    aeroplani'16    a
,',.     i   \\hinl<>."  Bfcld   ^ftgltStUS  1'ost,
��        utter  Mtabltshittg   an   Ameiican
I ballOt>��   ico"!   ��'lth   H-i��lev.  enteveil
;an aeroplane ����*< ''p,p ",,,',>
If   ion   :>ie   I 'lirsty   \on   xiant    tbe
j beer  for stimnl����l<,n, whisky," be oon-
i limed      'Tliev   have   heen    woikiiiE
! Wlth tlie biilb-n  i'-r IM  vp��"-     ��  >"
only ��itbin it" is?1  ������"���<"> ,,v   ,,,1,H'
years that nm -h has heen .lone to ile-
velop the aei .plane wait until thej
have worked more than a wMuw
With tl^ ne oplaiie ami m W 'p"
where the tsro "'m"1' '
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phone* 193 and 443
Sappeiton  Phone 373
WANTED
SS. TRANSFER
"--). ��� am
Commencing: September IS, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday  evening.
KeMivninc will lenve every week-dny morning nt 7 a.m. nnd Ladner
T it a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westmln-
Btet at 5 n.m.
This schedule subject to chance tvltlmut notice.   For freight and
pnsseneer rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
SINCLAIR'S BIG REMOVAL SALE
IS GENUINE ���	
He is Forced to Move
Every Shoe and our entire Stock of
CHRISTMAS   FOOTWEAR   will be
^.ficrif iced
We haven't a CARLOAD, but then
we have the largest and best assortment
in the City, at prices that cant be duplicated.   Here are a few prices :
Man's Alligator Slippers, 90c. a pair
���      Fine Kid,        ���       *1-20
Women's Felt ,. 90c"
��� Carpet        ��� 25c'
Men's Finest Napoleon, high cut Slippers
. aUO0   Removal Price \p**\����**99
Regular price $*.""�� nB
SEE OUR DISPLAY WINDOW TO-NIGHT
3tt UU"               TU. rnflM AT PRICES ADVERTISED.
WE WILL SHOW YOU THE GOODS Al 	
THE SHOE MAN
REAL ESTATE
Inside revenue producing
property from $10000 to
$15000, muBt be a reasonable price. Apply giving
full particulars to
PEERS & RAMSAY
347 Pender St.    Vancouver.
Billiard  Tournament
Three mure matches In tlie Millard
tournament wer" bia. ed off yesterday.
IhP onlv (tne whlcli was at nil elbSti
fliid p.HHtie was between McAllister
and Wade, tbe former winning by
nine points McAllister started with
90 and Wade wltb B0.
lirisbane. wltb B stait of in, won
from H. Robertson, with a start of 1".
t,y tho tc  IM.
I! Smith, with B start of 90j won
from ( bernley, \Vifb �� stnrt of 5b, by
3190 to 1 lb.
It Is evicted tb.-it severnl of the
remainine games will he pl.-iyed today.
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie  Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster Citjr^Speeialists
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AUSTRALIA   HAS    FURNISHED
THIS    LIST    OF    BOXERS
.ill   Lane-��� Heavywel. ht.
f>tpr .fsokson-- Heavy weight.
Tom Leeds���Heavyweight.
Bob Fit/simmons-������ Heavyweight.
Dan (reedon���Heavyweight.
.rem  Hall���Heavyweight.
Joe Ctoddard���Heavyweight.
Rill 8.uIres���Heavyweight.
F .llv McCarthy���Middleweight.
Billy Smith���Middleweight.
George Dawsora��� Middleweight.
Arthur Walker���Welterweight.
Tim Williams���Welterweight.
Jim Barren���Welterweight.
Tttn fcaggerty���Lightweight.
Otto Crlpps���Lightweight.
HocKy Keyes���Lightweight,    'j
Billy Murphy���Featherweight,  i
Young Oriffo���Featherweight.
After The  Accident
A Question
W. E. SINCLAIR
Evening classes. All who wish to
;itt��nd evening classes (or ordinary
edueatlbn aro requested to send their
names to the secretary of the school
.hoard. If twenty or more apply, of
fourteen years of age and over,   an
[evening school may be opened in the
asar future. **
If the bread winner meets with an accident and Is Incapacitated,
what ahout his wife and family ?
The Answer
If he carries an accident policy with the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company he ls free from worry. This Company will pay a
weekly Indemnity if incapacitated or stated amount lf killed.
Don't Delay In Looking Into This Matter
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
*********
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PAOB SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER  ,
��< 1910.
A Solid Carioad of Christmas
SHOES and  SLIPPE
Thrown at Your Mercy���an unprecedented Chance for
Christmas Shoppers���All previous Slipper Prices Shattered���
READ!
Here they are���One solid car of Christmas Shoes and slippers just to hand���enough Christmas Slippers to
supply almost every person in New Westminster. Our buyer while in the Eastern States last Spring placed
what we believe4 to be the largest single slipper order ever placed by any one shoe firm. You know what
this means. He secured lower prices than any other shoe house on the continent. Now they're here, and
a beautiful lot they are. We're going to give the public of Westminster a chance to buy their Christmas
slippers at the same price that eastern jobbers pay for them today. Lower than any other firm could buy
Why do we do it ? We want to finish the year right. Want to make December a bumper month���a grand
climax te the greatest year s business ever known by this firm and besides we realize that the time is short
for us to dispose of such an enormous quantity. But you know the slogan of this store "Never do Things
by halves,r and we are confident that such prices as these will soon clear the lot out. Now we invite you to
the greatest bargain carnival of Christmas slippers ever attempted. Shop early. We advise you to be here
early.    Read these few prices.
SALE OPENS I   SEE THE GREAT CHRISTMAS BARGAIN TABLES      SALE  OPENS
TO-DAY I        DONT FAIL TO VISIT THIS STORE TO-DAY TO-DAY
i
Ladies American Boot
A splendid lot, including patents
and velours on the new short vamp
lasts, Blucher cut;  $4.00 value for
$2.50
MISSES' SCHOOL BOOTS.
Made of good stock, splendid wearers; sizes 11 to 2.   Sale price
$1.65
Ladies'  $1.50  plaid    felt    slippers,
Tiickett's  English goods.    Sale price
95c.
$2.50
liuys a pair of our $4.00 and $4.50
American boots for ladies; all leathers and styles
Ladies Stout
Box Calf
laoe boots, heavy soles, viscolized,
hand stitched; an i deal boot for hard
���wear and worth $4.00.   Sale price
$2.50
Ladies'   soft   felt   $1.00   slippers;
warm and comfortable.   Sale price
95c.
700  pairs men's  best leather  slippers, selling for, a pair
$1.25
Men's fancy monkey slippers, patent trimming; $2.25 grade. Sale
price
$1.35
On Sale Today
500 pairs of the best English felt
slippers for ladies, Jaeger style; soft
and comfy; $1.50 grade for
95c.
Ladies' elastic front house slippers,
tarn soles, easy fitters; regular $1.50.
Sale price
95c.
DON'T WAIT.
We cannot, guarantee those prices
to last very long;  buy NOW.
.1.26 values ln child's red and plaid
slippers;  cut to
65c.
Misses' and childs' soft felt slippers; neat patterns; all sizes'. Sale
price
85c.
Think of it !    Men's leather house
slippers, only, a pair
95c.
500 pair men's plush embroidered
slippers, in red and black, all sizes;
on sale for only
95c.
Men's $11 tan kid nullifier slippers,
elastic side, turn soles, very comfortable; sale price
$1.75
Men's heavy calf working boots,
hand-made, solid throughout; $4 value
for
$2.95
Men's good box calf American boots,
leather lined;  $5.50 value for
$3.95
Men's Waterproof Boots
Black and tan grain stock: heavy
viscolized sewn soles, ne:it shapes,
good weaers, worth every cent, of
$5.5n.    Sale price
$3.50
Wonderful Price Cutting
in Men's
American Boots
500 pairs of men's $r,.oo and $(i.50
boots ln patent gunmetal nnd velour
stock; all the new shapes, welted
soles, good wearers. This lot also includes a splendid winter tan with
heavy soles. We save you $2.00 or
more on every pair, at
$3.95
BOY'S SCHOOL  BOOTS.
Made of good calf stock, heavy
soles.    Sizes 1 to 5.   Cut to
Youths' hlack kid    house   slippei
Cut  to
$1.00
Men's
American Boots
In waterproof lines we offer extraordinary values. W'e have two lines
of the famous "Broadway" leather
lined goods in black and tan, beavj
double soles; regular $7.no. On sale
Saturday
$1.65
Boy's best kid house slippers. Sizes
1 to 5.   Cut to
$1.25
$4.50
Men's fino American kid Bllppers,
Everett style; red and black; regular
$2.75.   Sale price
$1.25
Men's velvet embroidered slippers,
red and black, Everett style; $1.75
grade.   Sale price
95c.
Men's tan and  black alligator slip
pers, American made.   Sale price
95c.
Men's hlack and tan $2.50 (Uppers,
Everett and opera styles.    Sale price
$1.65
BARGAINS    IN   MEN'S   WORKING   BOOTS
A CHANCE LIKE THIS WON'T COME AGAIN
BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GOODS NOW
AT   BARGAIN   PRICES
ALL PREVIOUS SLIPPER PRICES SHATTERED.   BUY EARLY.    BUY OFTEN.
SEE OUR BARGAIN TABLES.
JOHNSTON'S
Shoe House Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. DECEMBER
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
partmont  of Public  Works, Ottawa.
Persons tenderint  bt<  notified thai
tenderi  will uoi bi  considered unlesi
made oi,     ���   p in     supplied,
und Bignei v iti i bell actual signatures stating their oocuptions and
place  of  residence
NOTICE.
ac
rj.|;'.\i,El!.S  addressed  to
SEAl''''"j,-iicil   u"d  <:I,dorsoil  "Ton
P UDdprubllc Building. Grand Forks,
sitBD
of each  member
oi the firm musl  be given,
Each  tender
b.   an
od bank
A Graj having ion my employ is no
longer authorized 10 collect my
counts and ohecke,
A. BREHAVr.
Deoemher 2nd, 19U0.
wus!  be accompanied
i  ed cheque on a charter-
'   payahle to tbe ordei ol the
P5 *
Ki
2R
)���. received at this offlce
m.   on  Wednesday, De
mit" 4:f6   in ill" fo'- tbe construction
Sm * ing  ttl   Grand Fori.:,.
���C ,,,,(,1, and form of con
pn"16 ' .... and torn* of tendei
tract run" ',,���.  office  of  Mr. Wm.
Joined   *'
toW��->n'
,   ,,�����..��..���,-   hi   i.ne   oroei    01   lli('
Honourable   tbe   Minister   ot   Public,
���   irks  ei ual to ten per coat   (10) of Dldk,
the amounl ol the tendei
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Ta
b<        ��� ted  it
I <   QOtice that I, William  Robert
^^^^^ of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
which will  real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
the person tendering permission to louse 200 acres ol lasl
""   !"        entei   Into  oontract when bounded as follows:    Commencing at
'���    ���������   '   to do bo   oi   fail to oom-|* I'0fil planted at the east side of the
'''";'  :'"   worl  contracted foi.   If the extreme bead of the north   arm   of
*^*^*^*^*��� *^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*���
the  cheque
MP
.(,.,i(jfiii    architect..   Vic-
ni the Besl Ofiice, Grand
_   _ .   IO ***************************
aud i"
liis.  Department
If**8' Ttendering are notified
ttiat
per:
len
!,(. considered unless
1 ^ signed
win not --^^^^^^^^^^^_
L printed forms supplied
with   their   actual   signs
"mtiiii   tbeir   occupations   and
Itiir* ��   r(,M(|(.,,ce..    In
W?Se i tual   "- ,    ,       -,
1 firms  ��� , npatjon, and place od
mre ��f ���   member of the flrm
10  *
:"       .'.'���   must   be acc.dmp.-.i.ied
^^^^^^^^ chart eied
tbe
e  noi  accepted
Will be ictuniod.
By  Order,
R. C. DESROCSERS,
Secretarj,
Departmenl   of  Public  Works,  ot-
:.��� v a, November 16, 1910.
Newspapers will  nol   be  paid   for
tl li   advertisement   if they  insert  it
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
pcupations  and i '���"��>  a-uverusement  if  they  insert   it      Tftli.. Vf..     ,..,, I  .......
I   .be  case   ol   v '���*****    authority   from   the   depart-   nick   of V ,L7n    e    iT" *5
,    . ��� inck, or wnoouver, B. C, occupati
���ature,   the  na- ..Ml      ..    fl    . ��� '
Dralney's Inlet, thence east 40 chains
thenoe south 60 chains, thence west
40 chains, tlience north lit chains to
post of commencement, Purpose for
which It is required, quarrying
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
I:-
flU?''
Ea Hi
TENDERS.
pf" ,(.,,���p M , d)ar
pa
in
equn
"��� ''   Be retary, Department of Indian chains th
, ,<........   ���i  _ ,. ~ j   -_  ..
bert
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���-- apa I i on,
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
������������������- pei mission to lease BOO acres of land
[bounded as follows:    Commoncin.   at
(i  post   planted   200 yards  above  tide
��� water on the river enterinfi the head
addressed to of Dralney's inlet, thence
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room  f,   Westminster  Trust Bulldln.
New Westminster, B. C.
���hone 661 Residence  Phone  133
HAH COOK
The  Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
J ���������������������������������������������������������������������������^
: CHURCH \
\ SERVICES \
����������������������������������������>������������������������������������
CObanpes for lliis column must be
lefl at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fri,I;,ys. Tlie omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates thnt no copy has been turned
in by tlie pastor or other responsible
varty.)
527   Front St.,  New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
I   ���
Minster   of   Publi<   Affairs   Ottawa,  ;md   marked  on  the south
forts,
,:
���������
In j
SEALED   TENDERS   auuressea io > t>_   Drum.ys inlet, thence  north   100
ience west  r,d chains, 1 hence
  ,        .._     *  -__                100    chains,    thence    east    50
w ien per cent  (16 pel  '    '    ���'���      render for Alert Bay Girls' chains to post of commencement Pur-
i:   . :   thi     lender, '      will  be received  up to noon ��� pose for which it is required   Quarry-
forfeited if the ].t  I   :          '" '   80,  1910,   for  the  erection   ' H
1 ""'riecliM   to  fnter  in  a  con- of b '       ���   boarding school    building
:> .     apoo to do so, or at Alert    Bay    (Cormorant    Island),
m'- " tbe ��ork eontracted 1!  l
I ,,t. not Mooted the     ""is *"d    specifications   may    be
;. ,. ...ned seen ..:  the offices of T. P. Neelands.
^-''"..'ment   does'not   bind  It- Inspector   of  Indian     Agencies.   Van-
Uj�� lowest or anj ten- confer; W   E. Dichbnrn, Inspector rf
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and W. M.
Halliday, Indian Apent, Alerl  Bai
Each  tender must   be  accompanied
WILLIAM ROBERT PICK.
Dated September Jfitti. 191fl
- ���
IP :
IS
By order.
r. C. DESROCHERS,
Sec: ��� ...
of Public   Works, Ot-
1?10.
LAND     REGISTRY    ACT.
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section P, township 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R 113. Office:   Princess St
 ������   *--  number 11985F, Issued in the name of
by a marked cheque made payable io j0jin Sweeny, has been
...en
.'    v.c-aiber  24,     j^^^^^^
10 -  will   not  be   paid   for
if  they  Insert   it
>-"���
10       autl   ruy   from   the   Depart
5��iei
<:.
*%
TENDERS.
rs addressed the under-
���n.   endorsed    "Tender   for
���  ::\tiires, wirin. , etc . lor
: j Idlng,  Vernon, B. t\,"
^^^^      filed in   this
office ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
date of the first publication hereof, in
a daily newspaper published in the
City   of   New    Westminster,   issue   a
 ���-���          - duplicate of the said   Ceitificate. un-
of  acceptance  of   tender  the   cheque  less in Ule  meantimo valld objeotion
���:.,:   be   held   until     the    contract   Ls   be made t0 nie in writ)np.
Signed, when it will be returned. (>   ��   ),;p]-p^
The successful  tenderer  will  he to- District Re. istrar of'Titles,
quired  to furnish a bond in satis.ac- ���    Land   Reglstrv   0fflop    New   West.
tory sureties for a sum equal to the minster, 1 . C, November IS   1910
tbe undersigned for a sum equal to
five per cent of the amount of tender.
The cheque will he forfeited If lhe
person tenderinc decline to enter Into
a con::..' I when called upon to do so.
If the tender be not accepted the
���  i heque will be returned.   In the event
For all kfnds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone  695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
v..
I f. received at this office until
ju M inday, December 19, 1910,
B ��� . .    ���, mentioned.
; not be considered un-
n, and   in   accordance
lit ions contained in forms
^BBBBBBBBBBI
specifications to he seen ,,0Tiarfrient of lndian
the clerk of works
less awe
i:  ������
n. ������'���
Y_ s:.
��i;;
      ii to	
4tttebcitdinK. Mr. F. 1!. Coffett;  Mr.
n> :���-. :��� son, resident    architect,
Xr:,n:   i'.. and a; the Department
ti:.:.    orks, Ottawa.
I; ��� ���-��� ler must be accompanied
t;.; . ���    "1 cite iue (Hi :i chartered
to :i..:' '.<��� to    the order    of    the
la'       the    Minister    of    Public
al to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
II        ml of tlie tender.
rder,
R. C.  DESROCHERS.
Secretary.
I- ��� of Public Works,
tn   November 22, 1010.
amount  of the contract.
Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The unauthorized insertion of this
advertisement in any newspaper will
not he paid for.
.1.  D.  M.I.KAN,
Secretary,
 ^^^^^^   Affairs,
Ottawa. October 26, 1910,
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
TENDERS.
Re the Northwest quarter of Section u-i. Townsliip 4, in the District ot
Ni w w estminster.
Title number i..'.''.'0.\, issued in the,
name  Ol   Peter   Henderson,   has   been:
' filed in this i fflce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
���  at the expiration ol one month frcm
the date of tbe first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in commencement
^^^^^^^^^*^L**l**l**l**l**a**********************vm
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that .Tames Davis Smith
of Vancouver, P. C, occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked ".T.
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at.
the northwest corner of preemption. No. 2981, thence north
about 60 chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east 60
chains more or less, thence south 80
chains move or less, tbenee west 40
cliains. move ov less, tlience north 41
chains, more or less, tlience west 40
chains move or less, to the place of
Sunday, December 11.
liOIA TRINITY CATHKDRA1.���
Rev. G. C. d'Easum, M. A., rector, Rev.
George A. Ray, M. A., assistant cuvato.
Celebration of Holy Communion at. S
a.m.; Malins, Litany and sei-mon
at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at. 2'Mt
pm.; evensong and sermon at T
p.m. On Friday evenings at 7:SO during Advent special sermons will be
preached on the Four Last Things;
Death, Judgment. Hell and Heaven.
ST. PALL'S REFORMED EPTSOO-
PAI^���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser-
Vlce at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:1%(i p.m.; prayer meeting on Wednesday at 7:"0. Movning:
"ICliJah's Challenge"; evening. "Some
of the Signs of the Times."
ST. BARNABAS���Service at 11 a.m.
by Rev. C. Hall, M.A.; Sunday school
at 2:30 p.m.; evening service at 7
p.m., Rev. C. Hall, M.A., speaker.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak.
ev. pastoi. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at eight o'clock. Morning, "The
Counsellor's False Report"; evening,
"The Red Light of Truth on the Men
of this City."
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. f. S. O'Kell, B..v, pastor. Services at 11 am. and 7 p.m. Class.
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:?,0 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at S p. m. Pra>ev meeting. Wednesday at S p.m. Morning subject, "Paul's
Vote"; evening, "Isaiah's World and
Isaiah's God."
packages to ensure plantation
freshness to every purchaser.
The sealed package keeps the
goodness in and contamination
out.
Your grocer sells
'Salada"
CANADIAN PACIFIC
R. C. tat Service
1:00
10:00
11:30
2:00
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Sunday
P- m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
s. m  Daily
P. m f Daily
TO  NANAIMO.
p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
R:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALA-SKA
11:00 p. m...Dec. 3, 14. 27. ,Tan. 7, 21
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
Dec. 1?, 27. .lan. 10, 24.
TO   HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Evevy Thursday
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND  CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00  a.  m.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. rn. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. COLLET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
Society
TENDERS.
Tenders addressed to tho under*
Hgnel ;i' Ottawa, and endorsed on
Se envelope    "Tender    for    Prince
SEALED TENDERS 'addiessed to
Tlie Secretary, Departmenl of Indian
Affairs.   Ottawii.   and   niavUed   on   tho
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Board-
log school," wi:i be lecelved up io
aoon February '���.>.. l'.ui. tor the coo-
ion of a frame boarding school build-
Ins near Carcross, Yukon Territory,
Plana and specifications may be
seen nt tho offlces of '1. F. Neelands,
Inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver; w. Bl Ditchburn, Inspector ol
Indian    Agencies,    Victoria;    R.    C.
Miller,   Assistant   Cold   Coinillisslone,.
Whitehorse, v. T.; tbo Commissioner
of the Yukon. Dawson    City, Y. T.,
and  Percy   Reed,     Mining     Recorder,
the Citj   of New Westminster, issue al
duplicate of the said Certificate, mi
less i nthe meantime valld objection
be made to Die In wiitlnn
C. s. KEITH,
Distiict Registrar of Titles
Land   Registry  Offlce,  New   West
{ minster.  It   C, November 30, 1910.
^^^^^^^     DAVIS    SMITH
New Westminster. October 20, 1610,
IOUN  FKEDINAND BAGG8. Agent
TENDERS.
.... ,1 Buoy Depot," wlll be received Caroro88i y, T.
up to nomi on the Each tender must be accompanied
Third Day of January, 1911, ln. a marked cheque msd* payable to
tribe i astructlon of a Huoy Depot thfl undersigned for a sum equal to
jlPri.ce Rupert, in the Province of flvo  I10r ocnt  0t  the  amount    of tlie
British Columbia, including the erec- ���,,���,,,,.    T|���, cheque will be forfeited
to of a Reinforced Concrete Wharf, lf tll0 person tendering decline to en
approach      Trestle,
with    Chimney,    Buoy
timber   ..,, ^^^^^^
House   wiih    Chimney,    Huoy    Shed
Stores. Offices and    Dwellings,   also
tte   installation    of    DrainaKO    and
Water Systems.
Plans,  specifications   and     Articles
. Agreement may be seen and forms
of tender  procured   at   the     Depart-
"ent of   Marine   and    Fisheries,  Ot-
h*a. at the office of tho Agent    ofl
���*** i>iattment of  Marine and  Fish-j
ri, 11    uiu   ni ......    .     .
I ll   . IT
...    ,   ter into a contract  When called upon
Tenders aie  iin Ited  by  the  R.  A.  A
I    Society   for   the  completion  of  the
, Horse   Show    Hiiildin. ,    ai    Queen's
' Park, ( Labor only).
Tenders we receivable by tue un��
derslgned up to noon, the 10th iust.
The lowest ov any tender, uot nee-
i PHsavily accepted.
Plans and specifications can lie seen
at my office. Thomson Hlock.
\V. ll. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
Now Westminster, ll. C, December
8, 1910.
LAND   REGISTRY    ACT.
(Continued From Page TWO.)
nuptial   reception   on   Tuesday   afternoon.    The hostess was wearing liev
wedding .own, a beautiful Ivory satin
made en princesse, wuh corsage and
. \.p\pb of silver-headed net.   She was
assisted  In receiving by  her mother
Mrs. Stevens, of Vancouver,   The tea
room  was In charge of a number ol
VancOUVef ladies.     \  ut��ai many visi
tors palled during the afternoon.
tO do so.    lf tho tende.- be not accept
ed tlie cheque will bo returned. In
|tho event of acceptance of tender the
cheque will he held until tlie contract
la sinned, when It will be returned,
The successful tenderer will be required to furnish a bond In satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to tlie
amount of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not noces-
���leg, Victoria, B.C., Halifax, N.S.. St. | nr���y accepted,
fen, M!.. Quebec nnd  Montreal, at |    The  unauthorised  Insertion  or  this
the Post Office   Prince  Rupert,  B.C -1 ���  "  ��nv  nnwmmncr will
int   ,*>������...	
advertisement  In any  newspaper
i not
,0 "a" f��r    j.  ���>   MoLEAN.
Becretai *
Department  of  Indian   Affair*.
Ottawa, Novenibei  4,  1 '!"���
Md at the Custom House, Winnipeg
Man.
Only lump sum tenders, on the tender form prepared by the Depart-
B��t. will be considered.
Each lender  must he accompanied
hy an accepted hank cheque in favor
','    ���' Deputy Minister of Marine and
���iertei   equal  to  five per cent, of
lhe whole    amount     of   the   tender,
*hlch    : eqne will be forfeited 11 the
s .  tenderer declines to sign
ll,e Artl les of  Agreement above  re-
'"'��� !        or   fails   to   complete   the',
v rdlng  to contract.    Cheques
ing   unsuccessful     tendei I
till be returned.
'utment   does  not   bind  It-
8e'f t    a cept    the  lowest,    or    any;
conse on        	
pera copying this advertise- theJjyg*"i0^Ma."will be ottered
���      Without authority  from  the  De-  ���   ��*������         .*.. ���.=*t mice of
1 nl will not be paid for same
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Re-8urvey  of  City.
Property owners Intending to erect
stone or concrete boundary  walls, or
fences,  should  refrain  from  doing  so
until tho re-survey of the city Is complete, as there Is no provision in the
special surveys act allowing for compensation   should  the existing  hound-
rles prove Inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall. November 24, 1910.
Re Lots :'. and 4, Block 4 he'ng
parts of a portion "A" of Section 2u,
Hlock *i. North Range 2 West Spring-
hill, iu the Distiict of New Westminster.
Title number 16108A, Issued in the
name of CailieiTiip M Hi own, has been
(lied In this office.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tlie flrst publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster. Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
less 1 nthe meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District  Peclstrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New    West
minster, II. C, December 2, 1910.
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Applications for the position of
Plumbing Inspector will be received
by Hie undersigned lit) to Monday, I)e-
r-einbev 18, at five o'clock p. m.
VV. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City  Hall.  November 29. 1910.
Notice re Water Rates.
Ratepayers are ie (nested to note,
by order o f the council, that on and
from January 1st. 1911, quarterly
water rates will  become operative.
The present 2a per cent, discount
will be allowed from nccounts paid
during the whole of the first month
of each quarter; i.e., January, April,
July and October.
The full account will be required
during the second month.
After   the   second    month,    unpaid
quarterly accounts will  be dealt   with
in accordance with  Water  Hylaw SO.
W.  A. DLNCAN,
City  Clerk.
December ��, 1910.
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       Or       TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LAND3.
I-
Thc  right  to cut   timber  under
Berth  No.  "iH.'i. comprising
lands  In   the   Province.
a pubUc auction at the opeetF^ert
'-,-;, on including cost of wrvf.i*
r   . ,   ..   p   \i    on Wednesday the
isnVo   Uentr  ne,t.  at tt.rffcj
;,  ;���;   riominlon   Timber Agent   at
*PW Westminster^ ;n
Timher  Berth,   No,   ..^
t,,e   ^"ecSm Townshi.    39,
 ^^^���^���an.   containing
..SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to Ln 'area of 640 ��f��������� ZS h"
Iersigne4, and endorsed  "Ten- shown on  9J*?oi9u,    ._���    ^_.veY(?(1
��r 'or construction of two ISO cubic.  M,..  A.  "^ol/irf record  In  the
y!lr" -oden dump scows for dred. ��� Un   May.  1010   am   of    ��
'  Lark"   British   Columbia."   will  Timber   and   Gra/lw   R^f"
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
0r' trtment of Marine and  Fisheries.
��'fava, Canada. November 8. 1910.
TENDERS.
, �� iMHHMmmtt-ttmtij
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are daily opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JKWKLRY.etc, ever exhibited in New Westminster.
Now is the time to choose tha   article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when lt is complete.
the
the
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
THC
JEWELER
0 Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine vv
1 Chamberlin's  ^^^
ster.
mav
Dredge . ^^^^^^^^^
f!- C.  where form of contract
also  be  seen
i
"ontract
nt tender
William
tftct
specltlcatlons   and    form   ot
may also he seen and forms
ohtained  at  the  ofllce   of
Henderson,   resident    arr.hl
v'l��mia,  B.  C, and at the De-
hfl secured on ^01 Tlnlbev
r-rrn::1\��;,v  U> tminster.
Agent at  N��A p   (.,   kryES.
Secretary.
Ottawa, October  ��3��h,  MM*
I
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading \ Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln AH Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Milk Branch
Teleohone 12 New Westminster
One of the notable social events of
the week was the dance given hy .Airs.
T. J. Armstrong, in St. Patrick's hall,
on Wednesday evening.   The new hall
was artistically decorated witli palms
and   cut   flowers   and   the   delightful
music   was supplied   by  Harper's  orchestra,  of  Vancouver.     The  charming hostess received her guests in a
handsome gveen    slik    poplin    gown
trimmed with mink, while her daughter.   Miss  Nora,   was   wearing  a  girlish   frock  of  yellow  crepe  de  chine.
Never   have   more   handsome   gowns
been  seen in tiiis  city  than  on this
occasion.     A    few    noticeable    ones
were Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, in a handsome hlack silk  with  point  lace collar;  Mrs. Norman Bole, hlack sequien
over white silk;  Mrs. G. F. Corbould,
an  Imported gown  of black net, embroidered  In  heads  of  peacock   hues
and gold thread; Mrs. Ale* Charleson.
In   mauve  moire   sl!!:.   trimmed   with
black   and  silver   headed   hands   and
fringe to   match;     Mrs.    McColl,    is
black   lace;   Mrs.   J.   Stlllwell   Clute,
hlack  v��!vet;   Mrs. J. Brydges, handsome   grey   satin;    Mrs.   J.   Harold
Jones, gold tunic over eniernld green
satin;   Mrs.  W.   Garland   Mcfjuarrte,
yellow  crepe  de  chine  with  Persian
embroidery;   Mrs.  J.  E.  Allen,  white
satin:   Mrs.   Sutherland,   t,hite   satlh
with pearl trimmings; M'T. C. B. McAllister, white lace over  *ii!te satin;
Mrs.  Yuengling,  pale gr��en crei e de
chine with over dres? tf whUe tosca
net  and  gold  embrolde y:   Mrs.   Diamond, black chiffon wi*u gold bands:
Mrs.   J.   R.   Grant,   Wliit6   luce    with
touches of blue ' >'i>t:   Mrs. Oracey,
black   erei>e   de   6h      ;   Mvs   Cotton,
old   rose  satin:   Mrs.   Whur  Malins,
black   satin   with   blue     .imb-nidered
corsage;    Mrs.    Henry    .���idmonds,   in
cream  satin;   Mrs.   Marsh;,1!  Fr.f'lsh.
white moire silk;   Miss La  ner,  Vancouver, in pale blue effeye de chine:
Miss   Ross, Vancouver,   w'.ite  spangled net over blue s'lk:  Miss McBride.
handsome   white   lace;    Miss   Briggs,
pink crepe de chine:    Miss    Nacomi,
white satin charmeuse;   Miss Leamy,
pink   silk   poplin   with    tounches    of
black;   Miss   Peele,. yellow  crepe  de
chine;   Miss   MacGowan.   pink   satin
with Persian trimmings; Miss Wright,
pale  blue silk   with   handsome   lace
trimmings:  Miss Alma Corbould, pale
green   chiffon;    Miss   Lewis,   mauve
satin  with  silver-headed  tunic;   Miss
Ella  Cotton,   In   pale  blue  silk,  and
. Miss Marlon Martin, in yellow satin,
j with over dress of mauve chiffon.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now l>e ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laag-e and strong- banking1 organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
n,isiness Accounts opened
on favorable terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE,!,   B.   C.
BRANCH
815 Columbia Street.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimates
of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given   on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3Vb  to 25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
1
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  St.,  New  Westminster.
Box 13'
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE ,370.
Westminster
Transfer
oflo* 'Phone 118.     Barn 'Pion* 1M
Columbia Btrts*.
Basra*  detlToroa   promptly   **b
ut part ol Dm *Mr.
oPFits^TiiMitocrik
,-'
<-*i*bJuil.i
���fri*:;iKf'*j*m f    PAOK EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER
1��. 1910.
1*
)��
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���
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brings out natural beauty of
tbe wood. It produces a rich, artistic
linish. to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try lt and you will see how
much better lt is than aay otber polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your tloors and woodwork, too.  Johnson's Powdered Wax ls
Ior all dancln.  tloors.
i      You can tret Johnson's free book, "Tbe
��� Proper Treatment (or Floors, Woodwork
m   and Furniture" und these preparations of  ���
\ ANDERSON & LUSBY (
COLUMBIA STREET,
News
Those who are desirous of
obtaining The Best in
Business Training
attend the "Modern."
Enroll    now, noneed to wait until
the New Year.
Day and evening sessions.
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
A.  L. BOUCK,  Principal.
Xmas Gifts
It will pay you
to get our prices
on CASED CARVERS and
CBTL11I before
buying elsewhere. The
quality is the
highest and our
prices the lowest
James &
McClughan
Cor. Sixth and
Front Sts.
The Central Hotel Cafe
��      Opposite B, C. E. R. Depot.
25c ��� Merchants iSS - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US    A    TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
We bave a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Mirrors
For the Holiday Trade
All Prices.      All Sizes.
MUM'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, D.C.
The court of revision and appeal
for the New Westminster assessment
district will be held at eleven o'clock
In the forenoon on December 29.
Now Is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davles, the Florist.    Fi'.OOe  RI208. *������
The annual dsmee of the Native
Sons will take place on January 30.
Parnell Keary is chairman of the
committee, with .Angus McColl secretary.
Rev. Ernest Robert Harriett, M.A.,
formerly rector of All Saints' church,
Ladner, has been appointed to the
vicarage of St. Barnagcs' church in
this city.
The provincial government have declared Monday, December 2t>, and
Monday, January 2, holidays in all
government offices throughout the
province.
Fred W. Prince, a well known Call-
fornian lecturer, will be in this city
next week, when he will give an illustrated address and travel talk in
Queen's avenue church under the auspices of the Epworth league.
A special meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will be held ln the parlor of
Queen's avenue church on Monday
afternoon. Members are requested to
bring the amounts they have collected
for the local option fund.
Harold Nelson, who last year scored
a great success ln Westminster and
Vancouver In the title role of "Pierre
of the Plains," comes again to Westminster on Monday. He will appear
in "The Wolf." said to be one of tlie
strongest dramas ever written of life
in the wilds of Northern Canada.
Feast of Days Bazaar, Oddfellows'
building, Eighth stieet, Saturday afternoon and evening, Devember 10. **
All the preliminary arrangements
for the ball to be given by the
Women's Auxiliary to the Royal Columbian hospital on January 12 have
been made. The ball will be held in
St. Patrick's hull and every effort is
being made to make it a financial and
social success.
At a meeting of the school board on
Thursday night the secretary reported
that the names of sufficient students
desiring to take up night studies had
been received to warrant the school
board in proceeding further in the
matter. The trustees will take it up |
with the government and a night
school will probably be established
I some time tliis winter.
I
;     Joseph   and   Fred   Burr   and    John
i Xyland, the    three    young    Burnaby
boys accused of breaking into several
houses   in   Burnaby   lately,   appeared
before  Judge Howay yesterday    and
j.Ieaded   guilty   to   the   charges   read
against    tliem.    The    two    Burr boys
were sent to the reformatory at Point
Grey for two years and the other lad
was allowed  out on suspended sentence.
Feast of Days Bazaar, held in the
I. O. O. F. hall, Eighth stieet. will lie
opened by tlie Rev. C. W. Brown at
2:'M p.m. today. ���*
The provincial and Surrey muni
cipal police are still looking for the
Italian supposed to liave wounded
Gragone Bartolomes near Blaine a
few nights ago. Bartolomes is slowly
recovering from his injuries in the
H.tjue iiospital and the police on both
sigtes cf the line are prosecuting a
vigorous ge&rcj) for him.
J, N, AfUliUon, the Sapperton man, I
whdi JVflD one of tho defeated candi-'
dates at last year's m.'^ifftl Her. J
tions returned a few days ago '"'oia!
Scotland. Asked by the News yesterday if he intended to be a candidate
again this year, Mr. Aitchlson replied
that he had been away so long that
he *yng rather out of touch with the
situation. However, he did not think
he woul:l run unless something very
unfrrseen occurred.
A representative number- of the
members of the congregation of St.
Paul's Reformed Episcopal church
made an unheralded descent on the
residence of their pastor, Rev. A. dell.
Owen, Royal avenue, yesterday evening, bringing with them all manner of
groceries as an excuse for their in-.
formal call, which they declared w s
a pantry social. After piling the food
stuffs in the back kitchen, the self
Invited guests repaired to the drawing room, where tliey merged themselves into an entertainment society
for the next couple of hours.
Try a "Want" ad ln The News It
wlll bring results. ������
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R208 **
The Public
Supply Stores
Look Over
- our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for It and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
tarn*
SEE OUR WINDOW
Some Good Buys
Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
Price $850.00> Terms
Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terns
��� 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500,08 each, Terms
See us about Port  Mann *
CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
"-"-
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F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.!
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NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
Tenders are invited for the erec
lon and completion of new warehouse
for Kelly, Douglas & Co., Ltd., Van-j
couver, to be built on the corner of
Tenth street and Carnarvon street.
New Westminster, B. C. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the offices of Gardiner & Gardiner, architects, Westminster Trust block, New
Westminster, or at Kelly, Douglas office Vancouver.
Sealed tenders to be delivered not
later than noon, December 20, liHO,
at the offices of Gardiner & Gardiner.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
Reynier Kid
Gloves   For Women-
An Ideal Christmas Fift
In mentioning kid gloves for
gift purposes we know that the
suggestion will be acceptable to
hundreds of men and women.
In suggesting that you buy
Reynier Kid Gloves we know
whereof we speak when we
recommend this well known
make. Reynier gloves are guaranteed���you are safe In giving
a pair to your friend. Just now
tlie range of colors, styles and
sizes is complete. Each pair
will be individually accompanied by a neat Christmas
card. We mention a few of the
styles.
At $1.25 Per Pair.���Reynier
"Infanta" glace kid with two
domes, in black, tan, brown and
white: sizes 6% to 7%.
At $1.50 Per Pair.���Reynier
Bonnevnl" glac�� kid with two
domes In black, white, tan,
brown, mode, grey, green, navy
and red; in sizes H*_  to 1*_,
At $1.75 Per Pair���Four styles
Reynier "Suzette," In black and
tan, three clasps, glace kid finish, hand sewn, very soft and
pliable; all sizes.
Initialed Hand,
kerchiefs, Mens
and Womens
10c to 75c Each.
Cotton,  linen  and  riil   ,
kerehief. for me" women and'
oWdren,   a   wide /"
styles in almost every letter
Fancy
Linens
Some of our specials in linens
are proving very attractive to
gift searchers on account of
the lowness of price.
SIDE  BOARD  RUNNERS
60c to $1.00 Each.
Damask linen runners, pure
white bleach, assorted designs,
in sizes 12 by 54 to 20 by 72
Inches, hemstitched borders;
also with raised embroidered
designs: other runners are set
with cluny lace with three
matts six Inches Bquare to
match. Splendid new range on
sale, each    60c  to $1.00
Reynier "Viso," a glace kid glove,
pique sewn, one pearl clasp, black,
tan and white, with heavy black and
self colored stitching on back; all
sizes.
Reynier "Hand Sewn" Suede���A
superior undressed finish, tan, grey
and black, two dome; very fine skins
used in this style.
Reynier "Slik Lined Flavia"���Pique
sewn .strong and warm, being lined
throughout, black, tan and grey; sizes
(j to 7 Inches.
Swiss Lace Work
Toilet and Stand
Covers
Something decidedly new and
attractive. Tlie designs are
conventional entirely in lace.
Shown in Ivory only; sizes 16
by 51 and 24 by 36. Each 50c
and  $1-00
Hand Made Lace
Doylies '
20e   Each.
Every Christmas seasens finds
us with a large stock ni these
useful hand made lace doylies.
The lot secured this year is
made up of smaller sizes, running from H to 12 inches square.
There are hundreds of patterns.
All one price, each    20c
At lower  than  usual    prices.
Women's Initialed
Cambric Handkerchiefs
Sfi. cial at 10c Each.
Thirty dozen fine cambric
handkerchiefs with % i,,,\t
plain colored hem, with piajn
colored Initialed worked Incide
white circle. Regular price two
for 25c. Specially priced, ch 10c
Ladies Initialed
Linen Handkerchiefs
25c and 35c.
Two nice lines of lino linen
handkerchiefs, one at 25c wjth
\ Inch hem and small corner
Initial, the other with 3-8 Inch
and larger. Old English Initial
at :i5c. Almost every letter now
in stock.
Silk Initialed
Handkerchiefs
50c and 75c.
Plain  and  twilled  silk handkerchiefs  with  nice  heavy    in
Itials.    Men's sizes only.
Men's Fine
Linen Handkerchiefs
20c to 75c Each.
Past       Christmas      seasons
brought a demand for real flne
qualities   in   men's   linen  handkerchiefs.    In making complete
this year's showing we) did
forget our past experience and
provided something a little better than usual.    In all gn '���
used   the  sheerest     and    I ni
lines      of    Irish    handkei
linen.   .Made up with narrow _
or 3-8 Inch hemstitched edj ���
large sizes.    Each 20c, 25c, 35c,
40c ,45c, 50c, 60c and
I
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
| THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Yes we can
Clean it
Our
Process cf Dry Cleaning is
marvflLous
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to
cast aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R 278 and we will
have the wagon call
promptly  for  your goods
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. **. BALDWIN, Prop.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
I
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Make This Christmas k All Vear Round
Christmas and a Doubly fventful Christmas
I
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Victor Single and Double Sided ��2L,U
'""���ved, you are ,l,.v.'lr.C"'.R^��.:
I have Violins Gulf ��
Musk Satchels' *',*af:, S^>',n8' nanJ��s. Antoharps. Accord! in..
Popular and elus,. /������"?. T* ���U?.10 H"K��. Music Hooks.. Shed Music
Mall orders prompclv filled,
Glv* 9ft a call.
4^cJiiJS,,P's Music House
4..1 Column Street^ ^ Phone(i94
J
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $0,200,000
Reserve       ;  (i,900,000
The B&nk haa 175 branches,
extending In Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba.,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YOIUC and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Dlafts Issued without deiltty
on all the principal Towns and
Cjtles In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every hanking'facility.
New Wtfstnifjjster Branch,
LfcWKORD RICkARDSCta, Mgr.
tttyou want something choice for Today's Din-
nayHng up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
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