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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & CC.
NEW   WESTMIN6TER.
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ICW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW   WESTMIXHTEU,   B,   C,   FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 19K
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
01
RlVfSi IMPROVEMENIS
��l BOYS TO FACt
MU. FUR BIMIilM
j Three small L8fj5   Accused   of   P.tty
Delegation    Seeking     Deep-     Thieving Wil, Appear in  Provincial
en in.;', of Fraser Channe]
Cordially Received.
[,.     - ���Tbe premier   and
Oliver, Tempi emu ii and Pug
irntng   heard   memhoi
Police Court Today.
Three small lad Joseph Burr Aged
"""" ��� ,'Y"1 Bun. aged thirteen; khi.
John Hyland, aged twelve, all from
H'"',!' ' " Mllfed ti. app*.,,- 1,1 the
prorineia]  police court  this rmflming
OPPOSE EARLY SALE .
Of GARDEN PRODUCE
'Dead' Clause in Market Bylaw Is Vigorously Protested against.
.,   irniBK    iiem ii    iiiriiiMi'i      , ;
_t tjlg delegation which arrived hoi.. i on graiv. charge
,     i    press upon the govern      For some timep*Btitfcier��h<rve''bti*i)
.   It���  necessity bt malum.- imm.    a '"' "f RrT"��n robbories and a tal oi
Z    ,  -iicits '" '"'1 "fwln-'":",   <W*vin_   i���   Burna.by     Ruspt,,
<l|il      ' ������    pointed to tbe bovs for mom..
��� tl ���"������" ��"'1 ��outhnimsol tte, ������: thej win a��_
tt, fins. -���'���<"'��� Afier listening to Jwdge How this morning
. in. advanced  Ki:- Wilfrid|a.*,1,_the ho>s havi   respectable i
befoi
j .:   what   would   bi    tht
tl     proposed    Improvements
i i informed by J. ll. Beakler, i,i
riiiilrinan   ol   the demit
��� hi ��� ii.  Kurn. ),,
00
ltd ***���
\..? ��� I '���'
(;.   ,.,    the iTopsed improvements.
,   , ���    rrii' w>u|.I- eir.    probaW ,'
BLAINfl    SUFFERS.
Whether pdidlers shall be allowed
to peddle proddce before eleven
o'clock on Friday morning, wia. one of
the questions which occupied the attention of the council at the special
meeting called last night for the discussion of bylaws,
it seems tbat ln the only bylaw governing the murkei then- is a resolution Stipulating that on Friday morn-
lni piddfers or htfcters shall rirol be
allowed to sell their produce from
house to house before eleven  o'clock
EINE BOAT ADDED TO
FRASER RIVER ELEET
MO. SEEKS TO IAT
TRACKS ON STREETS
VICTORS WIIL HAVE
A SMALL MAJORITY
Trial Trip of Annacis to Pitt
Lake Enjoyed by Friends
of Owners.
The latest addition to the steadily
increasing fleet of tug boats on the
Fraser river made her trial trip yes-
terday in a most successful manner.
The new boat is the Annacis. built
nnd owned by .1. AS'. Pike, tbe ivei]
known owner of tbe Beaver dredges
and contractor for the difficult Sumas
Bectlon of the construction work on
the Chilliwack line of the B. C. Eleo
trie railway,
The Annacis ls one1 of the lai
nnd most, powerful tups on the river.
Council   Will   Inspect   Roads   at   Sapperton Which Company Must Cross
to   Haul   Gravel   to   Burnaby.
On,    Yenr's   Experience   Makes    People  Sorry They  Voted "Dry."
i    the border town ol Blaine much
I���. and to the south arm a;    r< i n    i   being expressed bj the busi-
.      000 at*    men  and  citleen  al   conditions
v'i,,i.     said    tin,     labludlns '."   ,,n"'"   which has followed the vot
�� In:   01   the town  "dr.      thi    Kflimxtifi
, ,,,,-COS    Of the  v.-er-   ���:    II,       ���i:      ,���������      tWelVO  months ago   A   W
, ,,   .-.,    would   be approximately , MoLeod t,���. )n. uninr��� ���,,���,,.  w||n h "Isotoe amendments to the market bv
���''���'���men     SS J22T2 I?'   mWnM  ;''",:;  B  ""slnP^ "���|" *>   l8W   ,,,is   Hl",S"   ��**��*   ��!'���     Aldei
"���   '!       "       ?    ,,   ���    7 , thi"  P,ftee' "*�� bnslnesa U dull and man WelBl
ahead with the dredgin ,   .-,,       con��Uon ascribed by mar   .
Arm   an    thai  below the abolition bf the licensed hi	
,,.  .    ���:,    to the oo��$t the dredge as an  Indieatlfl    i     the  chan*    oi
~_   gdward,  WMoh   ha    complete i , ������,,���.   ,,���.,���.    ���.   .,,    ��� *
ttTorki    aanatoo, woMd have com. ht la pointed out thai al thi  election
operations-*   the  <Jorth-Arm.  held ther.   this  wee>  a  thaiorit    ol
Work woul    be  oonttooed  until the thosi   retnrne    I    offlei   are In favor
f,!teeii-:oot   channel   bad 1*1   a   "wei     town        In   spite  oi   this
. ed, ; Blaine wni  remain  dr.^   for   abother
I     '   :li   sorter  said   tbal    a   ~_i   *    no local tqjtlon vote can be
promi.- would be made by Mi   Page-(taken   there   aeain   Bnttl   the  end   of
I ��� mid be satiated i rj to the 11911,
oi    He  had   do  hediutlon  in       -rhl. or,inir���.  i:: fvr,. ]v Mr,rpQSP(]  b>.
1  . th    covprnme.i   viewed   aevaral ol  thi   leading business men
It (ivi   the whole scheme ter the htoal one      Ml    legallv licensm] pine.
���   Ci   navigation   on   the) wonld be an improvement
caches 01   tn...  Pmser   rlvier. lent oonditkm of afTalw ,as'tbere '
��� ��� said,  heen no exagger-   ways   ;,   rc-ttain   amo���r, bootleg-
a..:   -���:    remarks or th.   members   tfn&"  ���zc,^   on.
dn-. 1:1 ������ -.:..lioi. u tn wh.,'  i- would	
���ail     tht   dei-eiopme. ���  o:  trade
pn      A   .  native of QsetMc, n<; Tottering.
j have to adaol! that Hrit-      Heaina.   li*>e   8 The  Greater  He-
��   ,   . :    ii   the  fine-,-  Canadian   Rtoa club, mi organisation of business
having a len. tii over all of '.1  feel
on Friday morning.   This is to pre-'H(M
vent the larmers and market, par-
deners rrom d��Sisrtlng the marker and
Belling   their   stuff   uptown.
When   Alderman   Gilley.   chairman
of the markei  committee   brought ln
1 vigorously opposed il and
George Adams, who had been attracts
ed to the meeting by the same sub-
jet, Joined In the protests
It was explained that the clause had
never been enforced, but thai did not
seem to satisfy cither of the ob-
���'��� ��� tors. The clause finally passed but
it will come 111 > again when the bylaw comes  up for reconsideration.
The dlscu����-i'in  of this hylaw  finally cam.- i.. a dead stop when a r-iause
jl-provWfbg   for   lettin.    of   the   auction
thi  pre ���   sale  privileges  to  onl>   one   person
came  up.    City   Solicitor   Mace    rrffl
was  01   the  opinion  that   there mig;hr.
Something     in    tbe     Municipal
Br propeller is driven by a fine
and her propeller Is driven by a line
set of modern marine engines made
l j the Doherty Engineering company
of Goderi"h, Ont. Steam is supplied
by Scotch marine boilers, <Wth a
heatin.   surface of 560 feet.
The craft in addition to being
splendidly built and thoroughly .
worthy is conveniently fitted and finished and altogether well found. She
ls Intended for general sea and river
work and will he considerably use I
by the owner in connection With his
important dredging contr,   I
It was to view the progress being
made in connection With oni
bontracts that yesterday's trip wan
parti; made. This is the construction of nn 1 Ktensi.e dyke, Bome 1 l< ���
en miles in extent, around a large
peninsula forming part of Pitt meadows, at th" head of the Pitt river,
Which is owned by a Vancouver syn-
II   te,     comprising     Dr.     Sehkler,
The council will take a trip to Sap
pertOn this afternoon to look over,
with the li. ('. E. R. engineer, the
plans for the connection of tlie Sapperton line with the tracks of the
Vancouvei', Kraser Valley and Southern railway. The electric company
needs connections with the steam
road in order 10 get gravel for the bai-
asling of Its new line through Burnaby.
The road In some places pa 1
through  city  property, notably  along
' mbla sireet and cross Eighth avenue, At a special meeting of the
.-ouncil last night, K. U. Glover, on
behall 61 tl.e B, C, E. It. asked the
city for the temporary use of a right-
of-way along these streets, lie guaranteed that the company, after using
the line for about lour months, won) 1
tear it up and place the streets in
Itrst-cla. s condition again.
Mis proposals met with opposition
from Alderman Bryson, lather it was
not tlie proposals that met with the
opposition, but the idea of dealing
with the matter at all. He held that
it was an important, affair and one
not to be entered inio lightly, lie
thought that the citj should have full
particulars and that there should be
a full meeting of the council before
anything was done.
Mr. Glover had plans and blue
prints with him. In explaining them to
A^tiny Mayor Gray and Alderman
Gilley, the bOnversation gol Inl 1
lower key  than usual.
"Is this an open meeting of the
(���..unci!, or what  It  Is?" asked  Alder-
British Liberals and Unionists Still Close Together in
Race for Power.
London, Dec 9,���The standing of
the parties at lhe close of yesterday's;
polling was:
Government coalition ��� Liberals,
147; Laborites, 28; Nationalists, 45;
Independent Nationalists, 6; total,
226.
Opposition,   Unionists,   193.
Majority in favor of government
coalition, 33.
it is raplidlj becoming apparent
that when the election are all over
ther.; will be but little change in the
standing of tlie parties from what It.
was before dissolution. At the close
of the fifth day's polling and 419 polls
hoard from, tlie net changes figure out
at a 1'niuiiisi  gain of two seats.
Both parties went into tlie election
with high hopes, but it. now seemB as
if there were no change in the sentiment of the electors.
The results are proving emharras-
ing to both parties and the sole topic:
of speculation is the action the government, will pursue when the house
again meets.
Winston Spencer Churchill, the
home secretary, was returned with a
large majority  in  Dundee.
SALE   OF   WORK   IS
A   SUCCESSFUL   AFFAIR
The annual sale of work held yesterday in St. George's parish hall by
the Woman's Auxiliary of Holy Trinity Cathedral was the most successful in the histoty vi the organization,
the hall being filled with buyers dur
and the possthilltie.: of its ate-n to t��oo*t  Regttw   H on its   hw!
lercq   were    Blmplj    on- ,''-'-   aooordfoj   to tbe report of the
The   work    ol    drwigtaj te��tt��   oommlttt*
���_ 1    proceeded   viti>. and   tbe
,ive Undue co.,"....', f|\'[ DOLLARS HAUL OF
w ���    d nsell ami tils oolleoguet  it.
itlm    WH    Bl 1 onip.lllled  to '
:; offlei    ii'    Messrs.  Co- >
MAN WHO KNIFED ITALIAN
Messrs. R. Kelly, .1. Stewart, Macdoii-   ,lla:' '',r-
all   Marpole   &   Co.,   and    Ironsides,',     "An  0| en  meeting, ed   -M-; ing the whole afternoon.
Rennie .*,- Campbell.    The estate com-   '   '"       '-'ray- Bishop de Pencier opened the
prises some 8000 acres of verv   nnel    ' n"'u  '  a"u'1   ���'���'*"'*���  there ^bould at 3 p, m., and in a short speechcp_a
ri ultural land, tbe soil being of ape iiny  wbisPeriJ.g going on that all  mended the auxiliary and lis objects
,      ihnilar character to that of Westban ,#  ����  cannot  hear,"  retorted   Alder-   and the untiring energy of the mem-
Clauses   ad    which   would   present  Tslan(J     HUhert0 tM��� h��� Qot been man Bryson. b��s.
audi a course Being Mken. | available  ror cultivation owing to its       "0b' you are arp altogether too sus-|     i*\xe various mVdes were in  charge-
'     18, but  when the work'pilous."  remarked Alderman   Welsh,! ot the following ladies:
L'nder  these  circumstances   It   was | liability to tl
tbought better to leave the mutter asi of reclamation now being carried out
i'  was until Alderman Qilley and the Is completed, this will be opt ned up
m   1 ,im   Smith.  M    P 's. ami
OBtOOk       M      Sin dair   pres-
tnemoTlals  and  explained
1 - was r ii-e,: was the enr
ol   the   plan     re'OtnuieiKlei!
Le Huron nnd thl  gO' 6 >n
Mr,-   d    io   ongteeei    Mi   Keefei
Lee,  nt   N��.w   Westmlnste
<'���'���        in Innnen* development In
'��� li  ,.: 1   the lumbei   taflusi -   par-
U the two arms were made
:. lie    put    011    Ble     let'ers
11  loss of Bras doing binU
'���'���������       ���   ��� :    10    linsti Untilcio-v    OODSld
wounds, including 11 severe slash m
the   abdomen,   nn   Italian   giving   the
name ol Grafcone Bartolottes drai [ ed
bimsell Into Blaine at a late hour on
, Wednesday   evening   tn-<*   only    the
��Uon     i| eiher with a  complete his ���   R,t(.nflanee Of  Or,  Putherlan'l
te .   movemem m tbe   dlrec   ^;vf���, Hm ...)Vn ,,.��� ,,
n.proving   the naMgation   ol       T),fi t ti.irv  |ol(, ,,,   Bfcrfofomes is a
er river. I remarkable One.    He states tbat on
1 peakers
city solicitor had again gone int 1 It
amendments th the fire b ' '
which  are  designed  to put   yer-.   se
-.    Restrictions  on  the   storage   bf
line ami   provide  for  the  p   -,
- - illation o;  garages, were read ror
the third time and passed.
The biiilding bvlaw, which has bi en
more Or loss under discussion all
summer, again came up for discussion. The city solicitor had looked it
over and (loci (1 1 thai In the main it
was -n very cbtnplete aud satisfactory
bylaw. The building Inspector and
the city .ollcltor both suggested
changes and after some discussion
they were both adopted and the by-
Bleedtdg   from   half  a  dOuen   K"��e,; inT>- passed
Unknown   Tramp   Almost   Kll'r,
yone   8a"tolomes   When   Latter
fuses to Give  Up  Money.
Re-
for settlement.
The trip was thoroughly enjoyed by
a part)   01  Mr.  I'ike's|fnends.     The
weather   was   perfect   and   the    wild
grandeur  of  the  scenery' about  "Pitt
river and lake was seen almost at its
best;   the   rid)   sunset  effects   being
greatly enjoyed.    The party included,
in   addition   to   Mr,   and    .Mrs.    Pike. |
Messrs. J. Macdonald, W. Rennle, M
J,  Phillips.  W. Dickinson. fc\ X.  Sinclair,  A.  E, Graeme, and A.  Morgan.
The Annacis, which proved herself
to be a fast and comfortable boa!, was
in 1 cimfhand of Capt. Austin Levy, and
Engineer Miller.
E.  A.  Graeme has  heen  appointed
Westminster agent for the Annacis.
md the incident. ..dosed. Fancy    work--MesdnmeB    Cotllater,
it was then that it was decided toiii0v.ay, Gordon, Henderson and  Miss
go out and look over the scheme in   joneB    and    Phillips,    dell    tesaen--
.Mme.. Levy and Coirigau; Refreshments���Mines Dockrill, Seattle Webb
Whittaker. I'eirce. Neabit and d'Ba>
sum, plain work���Mines Dickinson.
Jones    and    Broad:     flowers���.Misses
nimib mm fpom Mlxs^sssi. slsl^
IjMarjotie     Jjarnder;     fish-pond���.Mar-
  I join   d'fiasum  and  -Minna   Walker.
A  large Christmas cake which was-
As   Result   of   Recent   Riot   Cars   Are   ,affie(i( was wo��� by Mrs. R. Jackson;
TORONTO STREET RAILWAT
included     reeev��
I!urnab\   municipality, Mr.
Bound
���     1 president ol the South
Board   Ot  Trade,
of
Wednesd&J    mornint   he   10ft   \V,'S'
minsier in oompsn>  with an unltnown
���     ,.!    S,.alh    Vancouver.   rnan ^jt)l lhfl j,,,,-,^,!,,,-, ,-,(  walkim-
"rS,1";1,   .ome   point    in   Washington.      Thej
William  trav^ied ,\n the G   N. R. tracks mini  near 'the   boubdary.   ami
Vancouver Man Ties Up Much
Property on Annacis Island.
A sudden  movement  in real estate his eighty-acre ranch at Sunbury, for
on   Annaois   Island   attracted   consid- a large sum, inostly cash���
.i     ,      , ,     , Arthur Whitcsides, ot \Uiitesides..
erable interest  among the local land g^   0^dvJeWi   Vancouver,   1.    lie-
agents   yesterday,   when   it   became jjeved to be the accredited agent of
knowb tfiift a nubiber ot big deals bad ,|1C ,nt,n w]10 )iaVe been   doing   the
been put through nnd that others Df iieavv buying,    when spoken to last
branched   into   the   bush   with    tne  eveii biggfer btaghltiid'e were pendl. g. n.;i;ilt'    Mr,   Whitcsides   declined    to
,.-. , oi crossing the line wiihont tue| Rnmor> evev (Mlsy whenever one di- u.un0  t],t,  ���fen  he  represented,  bm
interference  Of  U.   B.   Offlcmls.    Pre    (vl(,1 ,ntrat,ts more attention than an- state.   thev were Vancouver people.
vlous   to   this,   Bartblpmes  had   lent   oUler fov thp ,imo being, coupled the As);Cvl   fqr details  of  the  deals  in
Hurry  with the names cf certain big whb'h hc  was interested, Mr.  White-
Ameiican railway interests,the North- s|,ie. t   aflor   some   urging,   explained
Other live in I      .                                '--    (.rn   Pacific   and   Chicago,   Milwaukee j,,.,!   !l(.  ,ii,|  I10|   care  to give  tiie  density of undertaking the  _, )l:)i, ,,,��� ,,niv emeved the hush than   .^ g,   ,,.,,., )iolll��� mpntlrilJf,,, as ���,0 ,..,[ tu.n (lf lho !aIul bauM, but was
once to order to have 11 com-  lh(> ,���,���,,  ,,vpn  , |ac| Ithife and   at- lntef.esta  M][nri   tllP   deals.     That ,,mnc. ,,, s(;;t(> the Bgurea paid. Ue
��M   ���   nine to  take  RdvantPW OI   (;u,, (>,   ,,,0   ,������,���,    ic'l-m           ' either of these loads, Jiowcver, Is. nc has   purchased   two   blocks   outright.
"�� '������   ���   -e,| trade wliich v.ill follow! .           ,.     _j..���^.iu      Bdi       '"  '  -    ._,,. ,....i.;��� .... ttw i���i���.,,i i     >    ������   ' ������r. �����.i iii
,bec"' pleUon of the Panama canal
���president     of   the    New
���:��� '   Hoard  of   Tiade.   W    P
epreeentlng tbe lumber in
������-
*���! :he   New   Westmimter   Lib   hlB^omrAttlon ihvee dollars, and bad
���'ion. revealed  the  facl   thai   he had  ito
peakera dwelt partleularlj   ol]i(,, nve in bis possession.   No sottn
1 -sit v   of
�����
P
SEVERE SENTENCE GIVEN
WHOHELUUP0E1VF.R
,],,, te     _W0?Kle     ,'"C!m",.    "'"''" I t,,,,!lv buyiHg oh MiC island is dotibtfed   j.;^ Ine ^1<!,(J00 for ore t\}\_ W "���"���, f,���
BBded   ,���   Bartolomes    BecUMtif   wP\\,i/ _6n j��� g position to know. They   tii^otHfr.i
i,���ii���   ,v|,b|,   he  IhrBW  a��afl J'^ ; ;��� ,,f,|���i  out   that  every  act . Ity ifl tlio]     m   addition   to   these   two   pieces,
1   OulMj P. number of options have been
Unlfe   which   he   IhtBW   awtfl  P��  ^'poiW   out   that   every   activity j
weakened Was he bjr the lo8i bf biooa, dlstrlet f0<. 8omt timq jjast liaa .    .
|)M(1 |lls 8��MU0hfi that it was an ';''������ ! attributed tff ral'wny interests, while Wf.,���.e(, ,,y Mr. Whitcsides, and it is      7    g_'j  ��.,'���  .ind ,{
matter   to   telle��e   him   0     '"'   '    .'C|afl n  matter of fact  only  in  one In- tlic intention to take these up as soon 1 .      stones 5  Btreet  01
Run   Without   Windows���Fleming
Still Jollies  Public.
Toronto, Dec. S.���Although there
was great excitement last night following tlie demonstration of citizens
after tlie meeting in Massey hall, to
protest against the new regulations of
tlie street railway company, permitting no smoking, no seriuus results
are anticipated from the rioting.
Some persons were cut, but not seriously. Many citizens were clubbed
and many have split heads, which
weie not bad enough to keep them
in the hospital after the wounds were
stitched up. The mob, which out to
smash street cars, confined i's energies entirely to tbis work and made
a great success of it.
Today the cars ran as usual, minus,
windows, which lune been removed
entirely.
-W'i;',!- GJoary,  who presided at the
Massey   hall   meeting,   has   expressed
(���egret   that   citizens   had   taken   the]
law into their own hauds.
Samuel   Pi ice  and   Charles   Smith
usts   for  throw-
cars.    The tines
one tea cosey by Miss Lena Xelson.
.Sapperton, another by Miss Davidson
and a plant by Miss Edna Eastman.
in the evening progressiva euchre
attracted a crowd, the ladies prize being won by Mrs. .lames llrymner and
the gentlemen's by M. Sinclair;
the consolation prizes iroing to Dr.
De Wolf Smith and Mrs. Goulet. Tiur
prizes for lone hands went to Mrn_
Goulet and .1. J. Jones An im-
promtii dauce followed, thoroughly
enjoyed by everybody. The proceeds!,
will  probably amount to $200.
FICTION    FROM    FIRST   TO    LAST.
Archbishop Bruchesi So Characterizes Story That He Will Be Pope.
Montreal, Dee. &.���The report from
Ottawa to the effect that a movement
was on foot to appoint Archbishop
Bruchesi a cardinal, witli the ultimate
end in view of securing for him the
ofiice of supreme head of the Catholic
church, was indignantly denied by
tlie Archbishop today. The report
was labeled as malicious and as a fiction lrom beginning to end. Beyond
thut the palace officials would not discuss tlie rumor.
chnnee
        ,    ,        ,���  ,,],.  urtr,    ' .���.....*���   ���- ������ . - im- uiiwuuu iv "���iv ...*.��*. -.   _ ���'    > inii  stones at. sueei   ciuk.     1 iiv   unco
U  his  V" '���"''���     "'  "la  na  ".'   gtat��:e, Port Manii, is tf known (hat *.as the necessary arrangements can bo ,    *    . u      ,re~t ,.ar QQmpan�� us
ii�� 11,(of nverp.olted a much    ._,,_..._. ,_ _..... ���n��� �������,,��,.v.-,.* I  ^_ 1 "ul fau ���*       ,       , 1  ..n
eomiionsation  for  the damage    "t"10-
1 One thousan 1 street ear windows, vai-
by  outside   parties,  ri .d   on   this  ae-   Kennedy   Brothers,   purchased   some j up(l at 01)0 (|()nar e.M\v Were destroyed
however, the thief overlpoWSd a much
target sum  wlilofi  was hl'l'len in tho
woutidld  mans shirt
Constables
p   .                                                         I    featerday     provincial     ��*��a��?ea .oimr it was impt>.sible to secure ac- water frontage in the district, bnt  hc;       .      u,    bllt Manager Fleming to-
^"l Reuter  Muat  %���***���  Ne^t   Five I ,,,,������������   atl!|   fiutchl^on   were   des- ^.^ ^m yo,t(,rday ovoning. n,t,(1  solely  of.  his  own  behalf, cpn- F^y ^sSted the loss caused by the
Years |n p.m .m,  Receivo Twenty-   'patched to the sc.nr- of the crime ami pan,   g^^g^   is  one  of  the  men sidering the property  a good invest-;            -       ,      i(, u,0 cost 0, lhe few
Pert and  Receive Twenty      pa   ^^   hM,lf|���arters   in   this  JWt m ^ (,js;H1sei, of pr0porly. selling ment at present prices.                           ] ��jpdoV smashed   had    been    more
WORKMAN'S LOST TROWEL
COST $200 TO RECOVER
four   La��he*.
terrible   powers   or   Canadian
ere brouglrt to n-olic# ye*'erdav     lbl,pr'
*hen   p.,,.
of  n,.   pvovinc   and   in   W��*M*��Wn
,��VP  ,,oen  notified  to be on the lOOk-
Z   hut  up to a  laie hour las,   a   ���
���0  information had been received in
0 the wheveabouts of tW
���leabod,  Icabod."
Renter,    after    pleading
to   holding    up   and    robbing
John  Oiiver  a   wp<*\(   ago.   IMM    sen-
indire  floway  Co WrVS  five   mon,
"'���       ' the p*ntt��ntlarv and  to re-1 blood  , .���..    	
���   '-���- Inviav   poopliv   b��lt��  ��gmt     grnnjj.
theiess ' t,  ,1,.,,, n,.,npr:
LARGEST    IN    ONTARIO.
DAUGHTER   IS   SPANKED;
MOTHER   ARRESTED
The statement in tile Ii0��* Of com-
JnTofCol   .am HiighOS Oun Kreiieb
l_o . Im* in  his  veins &_*#**
nine
twtl-w  lashes   with   llie   cat-o'
mora      ������.
OH   entering    and    twelve
father
���lM,0 other than Gener
hflhl
v days prior lo his release . ^Hin1   Pierre,   who w
,v:|s   Brigadier   of
ni.111   wan   one   of  a  trio
'client .folin and relieved him
,        Culrassle, :  ander  ^flfe����'��2
Ogethef Wltl! f*0 sons, was shot
Set of Chimes Ordered by   Peterboro  T"  .
.,...������_     . nmmittee Xcw   V(1rk'   neC-   S~0n   t,,e   P''(>!Iml
Clt.rens   Committee. ^   ^   ^.   hum|liate(,    by    belag
Peterboro. Des. S.--Totlay the com- i spanked  with the old brown slipper,
mittee representing tho citi'/.ons sen!   fourteen-year-old Frances Balmer had
a cable order to Taylor * Co.. Lough  ""'
borough.  Kng.,  for a  chime of eleven
bells, to be the largest, and  heaviest
her mother arrested.
Now Magistrate Freschi is trying
to decide how old a girf must be to
escape  a  spanking;   also  whether  a
than made up by the fares of the
crowd carried to the indignation meeting in Massey hall-
lie still maintains that the pay-as
you-enter system is a great success,
and despite riots, continues to jolly
tue public and ridicule all complaints.
Sewer Pipe Blocked by Tool   Dropped
Through   Manhole on   Begbie street
���Trouble  Remedied Yesterday.
1. Ontario   except, perhaps, those of I gentle rebuke should take the place
St   lames','Toronto.   The total weight' of   "ie   good   old-fashioned    way    of
child punishment after the child  has
 ������,��,,.        l^-JftlffiSftffWKS
>"  ^'M.g llm .s.miIence .ludae lloway . Alll>ni.r   SOU   was    ^nndefl    to    tM
"d ,i,a,   it   waa .he llrst  crime ; ., ������,., ^flBaRertent.    To this -OK   ^
"     B    "" "ll"  l1"" comB boUw ,'i,,,   WeT&AArtl'tb add .hat WhiW
 iposed thut  it    '',   i,'.,'u   |,-.,,���cii,   he  was  also   lrlsh-
llu
t '" the Ir.Hl.    'l'he 1111.1, pleade ' ,  "   hnwv tProe-ouarlers  Irish.      A*-.��
""" He waa starvltag al   ihe time of  !,!:|,.er. ihofoforo. he comes by hls tai-
1 ent.   umiofiiblv.
s 14,000 pounds, the largest bell being 3000 pounds. They are to be
known as the "people's chimes," as
the cost, $5(100, was contributed by
citizens generally of all creeds. They
wlll be placed In the tower of St.
John's Anglican church, the oldest in
the city, which from Its lofty site has
for seventy-five years dominated the
outoolf over the city.
reached a certain age.
"I'm   the  mother  of  sixteen    chil
dren and I guess I have the right to
spank them if I want to," Mrs. Bah
ner said.       ���
"I just don't care," cried Frances, "I'm too old to be spanked with
a slipper."
"She made fresh with me and .ave
me back talk," exclaimed the mother.
"She made faces at the soup, too."
Oil at Sooke.
Victoria, Dec. 9.���Oil prospectors at
Sooke yesterday struck oil of a dark
green color at a depth of 400 feet below the surface. The boring was
through heavy shale. Snmples of the
oil have been sent to Ottawa for analysis.
Strife in Honduras.
Guatemala, Dec. 9.���It is reported
here that a serious revolutionary outbreak (ls threatened In Honduras.
Martial law has- been declared in all
the large cities and the Jails are full
of political prisoners. As yet there
has been no bloodshed.
A striking example of the truth of
the ancient 'adage: "Great, things ���
from little causes spring," was discovered yesterday when tlie city
found out that it had spent about
%'li)Q as a result of a little, carelessness on the part of one of the sewor
workmen.
It was found that the' new Eightfi.
street sewer had become blocked' In
front of the Hotel Russell on Begbit?
street. The street was dug up and
blocking the pipe was found a small
trowel. One of the men- working om
the manhole masonry had evidently
dropped the trowel in while the sewer
was being laid a couple ot weeks ago.
Thinking that it had gone down to
the river he did not bother*mtront tt.
but the city bothered, and. spent |SM
in the process.. _.
*     I
a'llie.
: ".  ��� /
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r
iiisr-M-?-' im'
WANTED���WOMAN FOU CLEAN-
ing and washing two days in week;
no children. Apply Cook, 529
Front st., city, or residence, Highland Park, Uurnaby.
WANTED ��� A YOUNG MAN IS
open to keep a small set of bocks
in evening. Apply box K, News office.
WANTKD���HY   MARRIED   COUPLE,
furnished housekeeping fooms.    Apply P. 0. Hox -48.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.
DON'T overlook the opportunity to
Makd money in New Westminster's
best residential district. Get in lie-
fore the raise in values. White.
Shiles & Co. have some extra goad
buys ln 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 (526.00 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.
WANTKD���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write lire insurance in tlie district;
only good p'oducer need apply, giving fall particulars with credentials;
good commission, Applications to
he forwarded lo A. L. Cardln, 505
Dominion Trust building, Yancouver, B. C.
*^**m****m*sm-**��****a-���**msmm * ****** ���*���*******mmmm    ��i     m******m**w***mm
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved. with buildings, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Yancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings stieet east.
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near the orphanage, $1401);
small cash payment and balance as
rent.
FOUND.
FOUND���A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for either man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at any time free of charge with K.
Greyell, als Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C,
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $11700;
?500 cash balance monthly.
See us about a new five-room house
on Ilamiliton street, one hlock from
car line; $-100 with small casli payment.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628  and   746   Columbia   st.
New   Westminster.
FOR SALK���SIX-ROOM KD COT-
tage on corner; lot 66x100; electric
light. Price $1800, $'J00 cash, balance to arrange. Apply DUG Tenth
street.
FOR SALE���SURREY SNAP, N. *_
oi N. W. \A Sec. 34, Tp. 7. A fine
piece of farm land, easily cleared,
one-quarter mile from B. C. E. R.,
two miles from Cloverdale. Price
$80.00 per acre, one-i|uurtor
balance one, two and three
Apply A. G. Marshall, South West
minster.   Plione F 507.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladies from |12?5
IP.       ^^^^
Silver Watches,
16.00.
Silver  Watches
17.50 up. H^^^
Agent    for    Waltham
batches. ^^^^^^^^
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
gents' open face
gents' open case,
and     Klgin
UUFOKNUNS MEN
ON GETTING WORLD'S FAIR
State Polls Heavily in  Favor of   Having   International   Exposition   in
Frisco  in   1915.
casi
years
FOR SALE���SURREY SNAP, SIX
blocks of five acres each, good land,
slashed and easily cle. ired, in Port
Mann district, between Kennedy
and Scott road stations. Price $300
per acre, one-(|uarter cash, balance
six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-
four months. Apply A. G. Marshall,
Soutli Westminster.   Phone F 507.
FOR SALK���PORT MANN ACREAGE
and lots in townsite of Port Mann,
water frontage and dockage. Apply
A. O, Marshall, South Westminster.
Phone F 507.
HOSPITALZ]
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
FOR SALK���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
loO.'J, New Westminster.
New Westminster
Mail Service
FOR SALE���General store and build-1
ing on acre lot; house over store,
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 11!)
city. tf.
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks in cultivation, $250 an
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Tliree-iiuarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Hox 21), city. tf.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, ln very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TEKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Hox 279, City.
FOR SALE OR RKNT PY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
Btreet. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth stieet, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���NEW MODERN HOUSE
on .Second Btreet, near Eighth avenue. Apply in owners office at the
buildings. Dominion Trust Co.,
agents.
Tfi     RENT���NEW    SIX     ROOMED
bouse, fully modern, close in; rent
$20 per montli. 'Apply Tiie People's
Trusl Co , Ltd.
TO RENT���FURNISHED rooms
with board. Apply 51, corner Sixtli
and Carnarvon stretts.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, CORi
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISI1KD BED ROOMS TO RKNT.
��POlv 719  Tr��w atr*****
ROOM TO RKNT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 Rt.   St.
TO LKT���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia atroAt **n'i Clm-kunn
TO RKNT ��� FURNISHED BED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
nfter fi p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
C p. m. at Room 14. 023 Columbia
aatrarj*
LOST.
LOST ���A LADIES' GOLD OPKN
face watch with initials "E. R." on
I ;back. Finder kindly return to till
CtL street and receive reward.
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. It.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30;
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).,ll:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Stindav)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily  except  Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
15:00��� United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All points east and Europe  (daily)     7:30
23:00���All points east and Europe (dally)   15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills      (daily      except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
Sunday)       7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds' (daily except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (daily except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Anriieville,   Sunbury (daily
except.   Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annads Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton <Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
-Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:00
-Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)     7:30
Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily     except
Sunday)        7:30
Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat*
10:00-
No heller evidence could be had of
the unanimity with which Callfor-
nians are working to secure the International exposition of 1915 than
the vote polled throughout the state
recently on the constitutional amendment that imposed a world's fair tax
of $5,000,000 upon the people. A review of this vote as the figures actually stand is educational and inspiring, it proves that from the northern houndary of California to the
Mexican line 800 miles away, Cali-
forniana were willing and eager to
back their advocacy of San Francisco
with hard cash. The tremendous favorable vote is all the more gratifying
to Californians because of the fact
that the state is divided geographically into five distinct sections, but by
sentiment in this contest for the exposition the state is united.
In San Francisco a large majority
would lie expected, and it is no surprise to learn that the vote there
went 20 to 1 for the tax. Tlie totals
show that 42,378 votes were polled for
the measure, and but 2463 against it.
Across the hay from San Francisco,
in the region so closely connected
with it commercially and socially, an
overwhelming favorable vote was registered also. Alameda county, in
wliich are the cities of Oakland. Alameda and Berkeley, return tlieir verdict by casting 18,o;i7 votes for the
proposition to tax themselves for San
Francisco, and 1683 votes against it.
Sacramento, the capital of the state,
located in the heart cf the Sacramento Valley, and distinctly an interior
town, voted 5821 to tax itself for the
world show at San Francisco, and
only 1346 against it. San Mateo, on
the peninsula near San Francisco,
voted 3201 for, and hut 112 against
the state tax. Shasta, in tl e heart
of the northern mountains, 200 miles
away from San Francisco, cast 1341
votes for the measure, and only 544
against it. Humboldt, another far
northern county, went better than .'.'
to 1 for the proposition; Placer, one
of the famous placer mining counties
of pioneer days, cast 1387 for, and but
407 vctes against it.
That is a wonderful showing, unprecedented in any state. It is the
result presented in plain figures, not
glossed over in general terms.
Should Louisiana bring forward her
vote for the bond proposition in the
southern state, it could be shown how
far behind this recoru she falls. The
Southerners have never presented
their record over the state.
But now as to tlie southern part of
California. Los Angeles anl San
Diego���how d*d their votes run? It.
was freely predicted that Southern
California, 500 miles away from San
Francisco, would never give a favorable vote to a proposition wliich meant
that the district should carry its
heavy part of a state tax to help San
Francisco in her exposition fight.
Yet Los Angeles went better than
2 to 1 for the tax. In that metropolis of the Southland, 21,995 votes were
cast for the ta-, : nd 10,899 against, it.
in San D;ego, Wilch is far below Los
Angeles, all but snug against the Mexican line, 383(1 votes went for the tax,
and only 1690 against it. Even In
sparsely settled Mono county, which
stretches along the Nevada line far
to the south, 120 votes were polled for
the tax, and but thirty-eight against
it. Fresno returned a favorable vote
of 4469, and an opposing vote of but
155H. Monterey county went 2051
votes for the tax, and 422 against it.
So much for the state tax of $5,000,-
000 for the exposition. It passed by
an overwhelming vote, and Louisiana
can not show anything approaching
tbe unanimity displayed in California.
In Southern California the tax passed
better than 2 to 1. The total state
vote sent it through 10 to 1.
November 15 the city of San Francisco again went to the polls, this
time to vote on the proposition to
bond the municipality for $5,000,000
for the exposition. The bond issue
passed by a vote of 42,040 to 2122.
Again 20 to 1.
As a record of city and state spirit
California is inclined to point with
pride to this tremendous vote. Ir is
the largest favorable vote that any
amontlement presented to the city or
state ever received.
It. explains how California has been
able to raise $17,500,000 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1:115.
KANGAROO   STEAKS.
Immense Quantities of the Meat
ported to  England.
8:30-
.'0:00-
15:45-
15:41
IT PAYS TO ADVERTI8E
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEW8.
London, Dec. 8.���The historic
butcher of Punch, who retorted upon
the grumbling housewife that, evidently what she wanted was a "new
animal" should have lived until today. The latest novelties to be seen
at Smithfleld meat market are kangaroos and wallabies, which are being imported ln large numbers In a
frozen condition from Australia.
The flesh is said to be excellent
eating, while kangarco tall soup has
become a favorite dish ln some of
the best restaurants. A representative of the Natural History museum,
who made a visit to Smithfleld on the
lookout for rarities, was surprised to
find in one of the latest consignments
a number of specimens of wallaby,
of which South Kensington possessed
very few examples, and he discovered
a skin of a species which was altogether unrepresented In the South,
Kensington collection.
Specials for
Friday and Saturday
Full sized Bed with brass trimmings, sanitary felt
mattress and reinforced wire spring mattress, the
lot for $7.45
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
GRAHAM & WILKINSON
THE MEN WHO SAVE YOU MONEY
Phone 707 655 Front Street
id
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.
Pick Early While the Picking is Good.
REID & CO.
Store of Satisfaction FB,OAV,   DECEMBER   9,   1910.
The "AUTO" Overcoat is
not confined to Automobilists
You'll see it wherever gentlemen meet. Designed
primarily for protection, the "AUTO'1 has quickly
caught the fancy of thc younger set for every day
V,'! ....
There's almost a military air about the "AUTO"
thai lends dignity and distinction to the wearer.
(/jf^^Sto^       Made of imported Scotch and
kf   FIT-   ^!k     lns^ Tweeds l^at are in perfect
_\ REFORM Sz   harrnonywith f^e sty^e-
&&
$20. to $30.
1?6
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Tons,   7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Lonj ,18'/2 Knots.
ft
FROM JOHNSON'S WHART. i if
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPE RT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection m Prinoe Rup��rl for Btewart.   s. B< 'f^fi* ^
bert" win leave Prinoe Ruperl  noon  Friday,  De^ 23rfl, tor   Port
Slmprfbn, Kincolith, Massett, Bkide��ate, Que*a Charlotte city. Je*
etc
Special Cruise to Hawaiian Islands,  February 2nd.
Double track nnd modem luxurious trains between tittoftgo and
Detroit, Umdon Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portlatrd, Boston,
���'j sara Kails, Hem JTork, Philadelphia, Baltimore and wMatngwn,
For time table*, Illustrated tJUfattffe, KM all information apply ta
tt a smith. ������ v r,K,'fT\   M
city pms, and Ttefcat ,\��net Commefcial Agent
ttlQrmnttk sr.    F-l,..r.e 7100. Phon*3080.
G~NE  .AL   AGENCY    TKANSA TANTIC STEAMSHIP   LINES.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PACE THU EE.
WANT LLOYD fltOROt FOU   i R.N.W.M.P. FORCE
m VAUDEVILLE FEATURE        m mm
Chancellor of the Exchequer Is Offered  $5000  Per Week  to  do "Lime
Housing"   Stunt."
Now York, De i 8, If the Rt, Hon
Lloyd-Qeorge, the British Chancelloi
of the 1 ��� hequei, wants to quit Hritish politics and British finance for a
time and begin ''limS'housing" in tlie
United State*. he 1ms the chance. A
well-known theatrical Brm this aft-
ernoon senl the following cable to the
distinguished Welstiman
"Offei you hew theatre and guar
antee ' 1000 a week support, for puDr-
ol "i i I 'in '. merlcan campaign to aid yo11 against lords. Must
be twice dailj from your repertoire on
lime-houbId linei, which Is i no1 ��� I
y, re
The  peculiarly  vigorous nnd
nai    Invective    wliich     Mr.    Lloyd
Report of the Commissioner
Shows that Duties Are Increasing���Many Arrests.
Ottawa, Hoc. 8.���The need bf
strengthening the Northwesl Mounted
Pblic is emphasized ln the annual re
port of Commissioner Fred White.
On September 30 there were 10
lifers, non-coms, and mon, and forty-
five horses.
In Alberta theie are 261; Saskatchewan 302; Territories twenty-six;
Yukon sixty.
"In the last annual report," says
Colonel White, "1 ventured to ��� ������ ���
press to you my views upon 'he inadequacy of our present Btrength. The
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SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
I experience of the last  year ho    only
ong- {'confirmed    and    strengthened    I  i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^vIowh.    Settlement is going on ���
uses in bis campaign Bpe< ihi     railwa:    an   building Into every por-
wealthy j tion ol thi   new provinces, and toWns
are springing up along tbe e lines.
In   attacking  the   lords   and
met   generally lias been termed
 ___
hi n     evei since he made a speech      "No one will dispute the value of
a few  weeks ago in the   Lime-houie I maintaining law and order among the
of   London.! new  comers from the very beginning.
The  moral  and   material  advantages]
seotlon of the east end
The theatrical firm that cabled the offer thinks from the sample, thai have
been cabled to the United States that
"lime-housinu" on the vaudeville
stage ii this country would be a
reater drawing card than Qeorge
I : i's slam.'.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leavo Vancouver for New 'U'est
minster at iiioU, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a_m., and every half hour thereafter
until lt:3u p.m.
Car? l��ave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
S:00 a.m.. and every half hour there
after  until   11:00 *>.m.
Sunday Schedu'e.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West
minster at  S:(��0 and V:00 a.m., and
every    hilf    bour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Ca��� leave New Westminster Iot ^Pati
couver at  S;00 a.m.. and every hat!
hour  thereafter until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave    Yew   Wes' minster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars  leave  Vancouver at 7 a.m.  and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On   Sundays  cars leave  Westminster
at B am. to 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
R a.m. to 10 p.m.
O.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,
Westminster.
to Cannda ol a well ordered ar.d wed
conducted population ln these new
provinces are BO well understood 1hat
I feel Justified In submitting the question of an Increase Of strength to your
consideration, especially as a new arrangement is to be made for the continuance of the force in these provinces for another term ot  five years."
During  the  twelve   months   10,489
were  entered;   convictions   resulted   i'i   9042   cases,   being   KC,   per
cent  of  the cases  tried.    1258  cases
 e dismissed or withdrawn, and 14S
were awaiting trial on September io, There is an Increase of 3193
convictions over last year.
This appears startling, but on examination of the returns li is found that
the increase is almost entirely due to
convictions iti minor cases. Assaults
account for 231, offences tinder vagrancy aci for 1130, theft for 223 ancl
convictions under provincial
wliich are not criminal for 111?.
Maple Ridge Snaps
su acres In the southwest quartet bf Section 81, Twp, 12, X. W, D.
Price   .Id per acre;   good terms.
140 acres in, the SQtithwest quarter of Section 2ft, Twp. 12, fifteen
lines cleared; small orchard, Bix-roomed house; ham 35x40 feet;
price $"u per acre;   good terms.
25 acres In the northwest, quarter of Section 29, Twp. 12, ten acrea
cleared. Bight acres more for clearing. House 21x24 feet, barn
40x40 feet, shop 20x10 feet, chicken house 16x18 feet, woodshed
18x24 reet. Stock: Four pure-bred Jersey cowsv. 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 $-1500, on good terms.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.  11.   McCormick  Manager Heal Estate Department.
451   COLUMBIA  STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
laws
FATHER    OP
New
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a.m.;   nrrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves New Westminster i;30
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 0:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m,
Leaves Seattle 12:2B p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 8:25 p.m.
Lea\es Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.: arrives
New Westminster R:3'i a. m.
i O, N, R'-Por^Oulchon.
i   \i*mi\-c* npw Westminster ('iiiiy, ex-
I -���{���_* ^Vinday from bridge passenger
'"'ition 3:6fl p.m.; nrrives at Port
Guichon fl:30 p. tn.
Leaves Port Guichon 8: on a.m.
daily, except Sunday: arrives at New
Westminster hridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
leaves Sumas 6: id n.m; arrives
hridge passenger station. New Westminster, to;jo a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leave?, New West.-inster hridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.r\ daily except Sunday.
^^^^^^^^^       TRUSTS.
Judge  James Brooks Dill  Is   Dead At
Orange.   N.   J.
Orange, \, J., Di :. 8    Judge James
i Brook.   Dill, ofien referred t<  ai   "The
Father of Trusts,"  died  at   his home
i here early today.    He was foi   many
years the most prominent corporation
lawyer   in   New   Jersey,   and   helped |
j frame the articles of Incorporation of
many of the big combinations organized under the protection of the state
laws.     Ills  income  was  estimated  af
(300,000 a year.
Tn 1005 he was persuaded to accept;
a place on the hench nni became fully as noted a jurist as he was a cor- j
poration lawyer. He was about to re-[
stime his private practice, having resigned   from  the  bench,   when   taken
with an attack of heart failure   some
weeks  ago.    He was  supposed  to be
getting  well  when  pneumonia  set iu
and his strength bad been so sapped
he could not resist the disease.
The corporations that Dill personally organized  while practicing in this
state   had  a   total   capital  exceeding
1793,000,000.      For     organizing    the
l'nited states Steel trust he received
a fee said to have heen one   milliou
dollars.    He came into this case as
the  result of the  Dght  between  Andrew  Carnegie,  Henry  C. P'riek. and
their nssoclates in 1900, and through
his diplomacy brought the warring ele-!
ments together.    On the last day of I
his   private  practice.  Just  belore  go- J
lng  on  the c.urt  of errors  and  np- i
peals  nench, DII! refused a retaining !
'eS   of  $25,000,  equal   to  more   than,
' eight years' salary on the bench.   He
I said that tie was through practicing <
\ law for a while.
His hook, "Dill on New Jersey Corporations," Is tlie chief authority on
| corporation law in every sect Ion of
; the   country.    Tn    his    younger    days,
1 when   he  was  a newspaper reporter,
be covered the Molly Magulre riots at
Wilkesbarro.     A   train   on   which   he
��� was riding was blown up by the rioters,  and   Dill   was  one  of  four  men
: who escaped either death or injury as
a  result.    FflS Btory of the wreck was
i a "scoop" and ft bonus of $350 given
him for it, was used to complete his
law studies,    He is survived by bis
wife,  who was  Miss  Mary F.  Hansel,
of Philadelphia, and three daughters.
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Selection of nigh grade
Carvers. Cutlery and
Nickel Plated Ware.
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HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
GERMAN    INTERESTED   IN
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
"ns leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 8:30, 6:60; 7:20, 8
ery half hour thereafter until 11 P   UR
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
-.am-, leave New Westminster for Vancouver at   8,   h  8  mid  e\ery
"'  iniil  ll P- �����
- FREIGHT    EXPRESS SCHEDULE.
Express cars  leave  Now   Westminster for Vaneotiuvor at   l.i<*} a m.,      ���-
a' m   and 3:20 pi m. .,���-
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES.
Jnlmita service from 5:10 a. m. JX^UM   .-���   *���     Sm.da.--0-minutes
',(''"r:'  from  8 a.  m.   until  ll:20 p.m.
Sapperton:
Tr:
am:
Ti
For all kinds or
JOB   PRINTING
20-
-*niii.it.
' servlbe from 8'.1'(J a. m. until  11:30 p- m-
Sunday���-'^-minutes
sen
J-ULU   ISLAND.   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER    BRANCH:
D .in *******^
sftbi
''''' from  S; io a.   in.   until   ll.MOp. m
leave New Westminster for Vancouver a
7'rK and every hour th��=-vo-
"1' to II p. mi, connecting lit" Khunio Junction for Steveston.
5f�� 'eave Xew ^^2"  * * * *��   **   """
"" thereafter up to  ll  p. m.
,^EW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
J�� AhhotBfOrd onlv���henvo New  Westminster  t:   H. p. '"���
Udliiwack-ieave New Westminster 1) a. in   and >> !>��� **���
BC. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO...
l��hone 695
or leave orde- -s
The    Arro'/v
Mrs. E. M.
at
Press
^^^^^^^^^ jominy, Pro.
near Tlie Daily N ewg Co., 609 Victoria
dtreet.
For
Ar
he
CHILLIWACK
Uprlver  Landing*
New SternwheeltT
S. PAYSTREAK |
eaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
ny's wharf, New Westminster, with
STAMP   SELLINQ   M'.��hiNES ' J
('ntaVa. ivr k��-An lafereaUng vja ���
Uir to SA c\\*i today Is Rene   \\ohl-;
I forth   .rf iftr.ln, Germany, who is one j
of lire. cWef members of the Hrm of
tho   O-innian   Postofflce  and'  Railroad
Appliance   company,   makers   of  all
hinds  of  slot machines.     Mr.   U ohl-
fratli  is here to call on the officials
of the  Postofflce Department with   a
view   to   introducing  stamp   slot  machines and other mechanical devices
for use in the postofflce of this coun-
tr'v.
The visitor claims that the machines his flrm make are an Improvement on tliose In use here. II hla
negotiations with the government authorities are satisfactory the flrm will
build a factory In Montreal for the
making or their Inventions In Canada.
His machines are In use in many
cities tn the United States.
Discussing the political situation In
Germany, Mr. Wohlforth said there is
no animosity felt between Great Britain and Germany. He classified the
newspaper talk as a "lot of rubbish.
Wed. & Thurs. Dec. 7th & 8th
MOVING PICTURES
OF
Buffalo Bill's
Wild West Shows
And Big Vaudeville Feature
RINO and RINO
Two Shows Nightly, 7.30 and 9.
Admission 10c and 25c
assengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri
wAtaSM��UV^*yrBA kaiser's Idea about
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd. I vine right" is laughed at by the Gei'.��itMtttt| M tt ���*������������������������������������
Seat Sale, McKenzie'* Pharmacy/Saturday, Dtc. 3
^^^W
New Westminster.
man press.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   DECEMBER   B|  ���
I
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PIP'*
The Daily News
i! before tlie House and the country.
Several members on the Opposition
  side of the House havo taken tho op-
._   .....   ia i,   *,��..,��� Piitiimh.  portunity to protest against any trade
*T ubIWied by Tne Unity News Fuunsn- ,
tn.   Company, Limited, at their ollloes, ; convention of any sort  between Can-
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria ' nda and tho United tSatcs,   It is dif-
""  " (lcult to understand the frame of mind
that Impels a man of Mr. Foster's per
Streets.
t. A. Paige Managing Director
s*8.
FRIDAY,   DECEMBER   9,   1910
FRASER    RIVER
Bonal ability and administrative ex
perlcnce to put himself into such an
attitude as he assumed very early in
tlie debate on tlie address. If liis purpose was to give a cue to ethers on
his own side lie has perfectly suc-
_  _    .- -   ceeded,  for there  has  been  a fairly
IMPROVEMENTS,   general  corroboration of his position
iii   i oo  ..f i by those who followed hlm ns Oppos!
The prompt success which  has at-1"
tended the arrival at  Ottawa of thc
deputation appointed to urge the im-, ^^^^������^^^������^���|^^���������
, :        ��� ,������^i.,i��   I,**    ment side have not niercly protested
portance   of  making   immediate   im-.
to   tlie   Fraser   river,   i.s
; tion speakers.
Several   speakers
on   the   govern-
provements
.highly   satisfactory,   In   two  respects,'
particularly.    First   it   will   be  most J ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
gratifying to the people of New West-1 made 01lt fo1' continuing the negotia
strongly against prejudging tlie case
for reciprocity, but also undertaken
to  show   that  a  good   case  can   be
minster, Vancouver and the adjacent
districts to know that the necessary
tions  which have been  already commenced.     Mr.   Guthrie   followed   Mr.
works of improvement are to be at i Foster with an admirable speech in
once carried out. Second the result! which he dealt at length with the ex-
Of tlie deputation's visit is sat Isfic- j Finance Minister's contentions. M
tory as showing that the government. Fowke gave the House a good light-
recognizes the importance of the Fra-j ing speech, which made clear that
ser river to the commercial success of there is a strong case for better re-
Hrltish Columbia, and is prepared to j lations to bo made out, and that the
put both the main channel and the' government supporters are not afraid
North arm in a permanently naviga- to risk taking a strong stand on the,
ble condition. ��� subject.     Dr.    Clark    from    Alberta,
That this work had already the spoke with as little reserve as his
sympathy and attention of the govern- fellow-English Radical,' Mr. Lloyd-
ment was previously known. The j George, does when he is making a
lion. W. Pugsley promised attention j Budget speech. Fortunately the trade
to the work when in this city last debate will not be marred by such
year, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier pledged strong personal feeling as the navy
the government's attention to the ] (juestion has stirred up.���Toronto
matter when here in the summer. Globe.
Then as an earnest of this a sum of i ��� ������****** ������.
forty thousand dollars lias been
placed in the current parliamentary
estimates. Beyond this, however, Dr.
Pugsley informed the deputation yesterday  that  the department  had   de-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has j
been made to register J. P. Hampton I
Bole as the owner in Fee Simple, un-
der a Tax Sale Dee.l from S. A. Flet- j
cided to go ahead with the dredging  cher, Assessor of the District of Weston the North arm and that befo.e the   minster, to J. P. H. Bole, bearing late  <
delegates reached home the King Ed- llJe ,Vst ^,ot December, A. D��� 1902,
.   ,     , ,_  , ,   0l a" anu singular that certain parcel
ward dredge would have commenced  nr .,.���,., ,,f ., ,,,,      . . v��"wsi
or tract of land and premises situate
operations on this part of the river, lying and being in tlie District of
The premier also assured the repre- New Westminster, in the Province of
sematives   of   this   district   that   the   Iirit'sh   Columbia,   more   particularly 11
government  viewed   with   favour  the **����� *"SC/Ufd"s LotD -*��� M��<* \'
_.   , .     ..     . b,   lot  16,  block  8;   lots   28  and   29,
whole scheme for the improvement of block  6;   lots 1  and  4,  block 8, sub-
the lower reaches of the river. division  of   lot   202,   group ,1,' Port' I
We mav expect, therefore, from the   Moody.
assurances given bcth by the premier
You and those claiming through or
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m under vou and all nersorm Mnimm-r
iind the Minister of the Interior, that any la{e*Bt in the saYd fan 1 by -lr-
the full program of improvements em- tue of any unregistered instrument
braced in the Le Baron scheme, which anc* a" persons claiming any interest
was what the deputation mainlv went   f"  t,).e  sald  land   b>'  descent,   whose
to  Ottawa  to  urge,  will   be   carried   2��Lj ^W.^ T^ U'e ^
( wsions  of  the    Land   Registry  Act"
out-            are required to contest tiie claim of
the   tax   purchase    within    forty-five
TRADE     RELATIONS .IN   DEBATE days from the date of the first public-
������..,             ..                          ,, ation of this notice upon vou   and in
Public attention  has been directed default of a caveat or certificate of
almost exclusively during the debate Hs  pendens  being  filed   within   such
on  tlie address to two leading ques- Peri��d, or in default or redemption be-
tlons:   the Canadian navv, and trade fo�� re8istration, you and each of you
with the United States.    Many other  ,"1 ��JK Jf "''vM   *"?   ''e,J?rre(1
immi      a       , , setting up any claim to or in re-
topics  found  a place in  the   speech  Bp .ct of the said land, and I shall -et
Ister J.  "   ������
trnin the Throne, but more an.l more   '*ter {���  p-  Hampton  Bole as   ownei
., .,      ,��� ��r,A  I,.,   thereof in  fee.    And  I  hereby order
persistently  as the  days passed  last  that   publication   of   thlg   notlce   for
week other topics were allowed only   thirty days in a daily newspaper pub-
a mere mention or were permitted to   lished   in   New   Westminster   will   be
drop out altogether, while one or both  Bood and sufficient service thereof,
of these took a prominent place in al-'    ��ated' af '"'^ KbRlstry Offlce.
i New   Westminster,  Province  of  Brit-
most every speech.    There are reas-  iBh  Columbia,  this  Mth.day  of  Noons for this;  the Canadian navy was I vember, A. D., 1910.
pushed to the front by the result ofl C. S. KEITH,
the  Drummond and Arthabaska e'.ec-'     ���    . District Registrar.
... ��.    j    k. r.      I     To James Hograth, Robert McEwen,
tlon; the state of trade between Can-  \va|tr- * -���
ada and the United States is for many
Canadian a matter of vital and perennial imoprtance. There are signs that
tlie navy as a subject is almost exhausted; there are signs that the consideration of reciprocity of trade with
our neighbors will have greater prom-
ince during the session than even
the navy and will overshadow everything else.
For the mention of reciprocal trade
in   the  speech   from   the   Throne  the
Laurier government deserves neither
praise  nor  blame,    The   matter   was
thrust   upon    its    attention    by    the
��� course of events In the United Btates,
and no ministry could under existing
���circumstances liave omitted from the
���speech all mention of such a subject
brought and kept before the people ofl
Canada   in   such   a   way.       It    would!
.have  been  churlish  and  unmannerly,
not merely beyond all precedent but
beyond the limits of common decency,'
to slam the door ln the face of a dele-'
nation purporting to come with' a re-1
request   for   a   friendly   conference   on
. matters of business, especially when
���this proposed conference was assum-
-.ed and represented to be a renewal of
^negotiations  that  had  taken  place  a
few months ago with good results for
��� both countries.   It is to be noted that
;the  mention   of   reciprocity   in   Ihe
���.speech  is  unaccompanied  by any indication whatsoever as to the course
,of the  negol lations,  not  to say any(
^pledge, that concessions of some sort
would be made.   The matter has been
left absolutely unprejudiced, so far as
the   government    is   concerned,   nnd
ter Lawrence, and Julia" Carey.
REMOVAL SAIE
Diamond Rings
Reg. $18 Solitaire  $12.50
I Reg. J45 Solitaire  $33.00
Reg. $05 Solitaire  $45.00
| Reg.  .100  (5-stone)    ^ $72.00
| Reg. $110 Cluster  ....... $85.00
I Reg. $66, 2 Emeralds and    Diamond   $39.00
Reg. $t!5, 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
that is the best possible way to bring    Columbia Street, New Westminster.
THE TIME TO BUY
IS NOW
Real estate values are rapidly climbing. Put your money
in local real estate and ride to prosperity on the wave of
increased valuations.
Do not put your purchase off. If you do you will lose
money.
 f	
Can you afford NOT to Buy
at present prices
In Six Months every piece of real estate in New
Westminster will have increased at least twofold.
Read This List Carefully
then consult us.   We can make BIG MONEY for you.
ALL BARGAINS AT PRICES HERE QUOTED
djCjjA      Each three lots on Seventh avenue, overlooking   North   Arm.     Third   ca��h,
balance 6 and 12 months..  Close to car line.
dJQ^C      On Fifth street, good location, lot 53'/3x150.    Close to car;  terms.
&QCA     $400 cash, balance 6 and  12 months. Located   cn   Hamilton  street.
***** **}s*\f\      132x132, two full lots on Princess street, close in; $400 cash, balance 6 and
*pk*c\j\j   12 month8 ���
^Q A_\(\     Pour lots for one-third cash, balance 6 and 1 2month��, 7 per cent; lots face
^ south;   magnificent view of North  Arm.     These   lots   can   be   turned   over
singly at a big profit.
*tf*t 1200     One-fourth cash, balance 6 and 12 months at 7 per cent.   Two lots���a good
buy and close to car line.   This is a double corner.
Third cash, balance 6 and 12 months; $200 handles this;   located on corner,
Warwick and  London streets. SSaBSmJBBEPSgFSSEEfaB
$600
dJQCri      Third  cash,  balance 6 and   12 months;   lot 66x132;   fine view, faces south
Investigate this.
C*��*f\f\      Each���Two lots on  Eighth avenue near  Sixth   street  car  line;   third  cash,
* balance 6 and 12 months.   This offer is worth an  investigation.
���k i Q_\_\     Terms buys two cleared lots facing on  two  streets  in the  heart of West-
t lovv      minster's   residence   section.     For   a man who wants to build this offer is
unsurpassed.
a
*Xifif\f\      Easy terms, lot locoated on Hamilton street.
��l *-*r\,f\     Third cash, balance 6 and 12 months;  corner lot and a bargain. \
We have other Bargains���Some Choice Acreage
W. J. KERR, LTD.
614 Columbia St. Phone 170
*** ��� v w����� FRIDAY.
D. CEMBER   9,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
��age five.
SPORTING NEWS
0 rUN WITH PiJIANS
Ljorefl Islanders Raw Glory
Ahead, But Were Quickly
pisillus'oned.
CITY ON EVE Of
I      GREAT EXPANSION
i���aaji���k ���,n**Sr**M's:.
u.tli him and hs I to lau mch
I mm ell thai he nearly tolled . \\r-ll     Ro
footlights,   n ��i .: and m Eastern    Capital   Will   pe
the third round the blai I    I mo I bj
name, hurdled m iii�� ****** ���*��'���**���  Flowing
in
tmmersteln or some of
illle promoters In Am
Into tbe
and  In
hurdled to the ������ ��������� tage
and was losl to ���
i  a  prom i' with
the i" i   dig! I  of the black  Bgl ters
and when bt itighl In the second
i nr h thi lem  In a sep i
1 ej could nol see thi Ir op- _^_^_
ritory is on the eve of experiencing
other.'. would  not have held
thera
This    Way
Steady Stream Soon.
New Westminster and adjacent tor-
Papke   Gets   Policeman.
A giani black Morla, and one of tho
*��� "���' th    forci . wa i the
1    for   Papke   to    face,   bul    lie
"nl11!  " ii  " i on  until Willlai i
��� I   l!>"   Vmerlcan   star  In   stuck
took up a collection and gave
hlm   ��3 In advan
^^^^^^^^^^^^p*    Then  the  fun J amount   ol   money   expended   during
started.    Papke went after his man \ the past year by the Canadain -North-
like ;i real champion and Morlta could
nol escape to the ropes to Jump over,
bo fasl dii! the blows come. Finally
he made a dive for the ;i<le of the
and hurdled the chairs
,, Oscar
M"lll	
witnessed the exhi-
' ,   ing between the Ameri
ca at Suva, Fiji Islands,
,      . they would never have
tottered about   the   Johnson-Jeffries
,    pictures    it wan a Blghl nev-
"     .,        |   len. and the people who
i!  have stories tr, tell
for years to o me.    It
���5 really runny *" "J- '-'
When ^	
y. "">'   Hve-thirl >.   t understand that he was a big
1 ""��� ,l:"  ^mertl "���' ] ���"��� Rer  man  than  thr.  Illinois Thunder-
Pal '���"���   l;;,v   ,1,''i" ' "'���  ''' boll   md   ' i   waa  induced  to  return
,   . Thompson  and  Jimmy Th- burly policeman  started  to mix
no Idea that they were to the second round, bul as he came [n
ai   night, as  no  word Billy let  go a Bhoii  arm jai. to the
i elved   by  wireless  thai law and Morla looked silly.   When he
heen arranged ^ foi     H  ������ found his chair he laughed long and
'   to  the
 '   of   the   greatest   industrial    ex.
Illusions  that   has  ever  fallen   to  the
lot  Of any Pacific coasl  city.
Capital, thai for years has lain
dormant In the east, is now heing
rushed to British Columbia tor Investment ami for the establishment of
manufacturing plants.    The immense
Kelly  and   Mr    Ih.  mend   fol-   pendl
ern  Railway in tbe Fraser Valley  has
caused the eyes of eastern capitalists
to   be  cast  in   the  direction   of   tho
Praser river seaport.
The Canadian   Pacific  recently ex-
over   one   million   dollars    at
, ���   -, on.. Woof ""," '   ;;" ","  ",:; hfel8 :!""  would C dttaifap real =�� which pra*
T  stated   h,    D0t,le,thjralt��lke the gloves off.   They tlcallj   gives  this  coApanj   a   fresh
"   /A     ,        ,; !  '";,,,m""1   "'   Pantomtoe  that   Papke water harbor that  win care for the
been arranged  foi     How-
tjver, upon landing and walking to tbe loud  and  said  he   had  been
thej   were   confronted happy hunting
,              ven foot  Fijian, with s      The toughe ���  Fijian or the lot had
hell and  an  advertising   card been overlooked ln the rush and 1
, BhoulderB, announcing I mained for Johnny Thompson to I me
, all the Amen,-an bo e him,    This   fellow   wai    bl    i     than
���   that   nlghl   at   town Tom  Sharkey and  Btrong  as a bull.
. tbe signal for a shout ' He  would  make a  great   wrestler  II
lhe hoys  were sorelj   m given  lessons.    Wellls had evidently
... form of recreation, Mr n   di  up his mind to show up Johnny,
:       the local promoter, appeared for be rushed In like a young and an-iure of this city as a seaport of the
ene and  stated  that   eight gry bovine     \   he did so Johnny up-j first-class     The   completion   of   the
I i i"' the time tercet him on tbe body and he douhl- Panama canal will l>e the medium of
irrled   dinner   the   hoy- ed up like a jack-knife, but came back diverting thousands of tons of freight
hen lest, tonnage alloat, after the
ther has been dredged up to that
point.
At this time a delegation consisting ol the most prominent business
men of the Praser Valey are waiting
ipon sir Wilfrid Laurier at Ottawa,
for Che purpose of having tho premier
pledge himself to further the cause of
the $4,000,000 appropriation asked for,
to be expended on dredging and im-
provlng the Fraser tiver. This amount
of money properly devoted would
place New Westminster in the foremost ranks of the harbors of the
world.
At the present moment this appropriation   means,   practically,  the   fut-
town ball, where they
�����.   ��� ��� Joe Cliff, a  former box-
ol New Zealand, and he
for more  He gol the strangle hold on
to the water   route to   Europe,   from
Canada.
It is not a visionary's dream to
Btate that within six years tlie Fraser
river will he lined with long strings
of wharves and .rain elevators, and
one can stand upon the bridge now
spanning the rfver  and  .a/.e  upon a
Johnny and held him as though in a
  vice, and it took till  Rofor"e Corbett's
jtonjtesl  them   that   they   were   ex-  strength  to loosen  his   hold.      Then
I : native FIJians in three    Emo Bi, who by the way was a dock
i lions, the same a    Tom   artist, let go with  his left  hoof and
id done once before flat:-   kicked Johnny on the fjlgh. This net-
in  readily agreed, and tied the pride of Sycamore, ni., and
lompson fell In line, but   |!(' cut loose for keeps.    There was a j <ast flotilla of ships bearing the ffagf
.Sttd the yellow-haired  ones. general   niixlnu,  and   when   it   ended  of all leading maritime nations. Can
Ei tossl looked tit the refree and said: [ada's wheat crop alone will command
"Me   : ot   enough."    Mr.  Corbett   told
Emos8l he wa       go   II   liter, bul he
only  tet lied:     "Me  no   li. liter,   white
man he big fighter."
Had   Heard   of   Johnson.
One of the big men of the town In
commenting    on    thi       how,    said:
'The ���   natives  had   heard  of  Johnson's victory and supposed they, too,
were boxei  , and thi   '���    oni  th<
from   the   American   1 0} s   will   do    a
world of good here   Whv, it will tame
lew feints and Ued the big   t],,,m  -m B iong  tj,)U, t0 come."    It
note     Then  Jimmy   pro-  waa teaj\7 ,f���, beat  workout the Am-
his lefl  inm Ms face a j erlcan Invaders had during the entire
efore   the   black   knew    tI.ip   !inj   ,,,���,   wu   anxious    to   lave
Jimmy let him go|more blacks to practice on.
;i 1.    Then  cane tlr>  sec
Chocolates
Fancy Boxes,
All sizes
Prices ranging from
25c. to $5.00 a box
I POPHAM'S
CHOCOLATES
FRESH   THIS   WEEK
JAP ORANGES
50c per box, large
boxes, between 5
and 6 doz. oranges
in every box. The
quality is the best.
i'i i ms  turned  oul   In
hair! with the wh  ���
Ben iers on the Bteam-
I practical!)   nil   of   the
.     waS   t, eked
the tit'si  gladiati \ .and
luced   by  Walter  Kelly,
: ��� ���    > id   ���'.    as    the    world's
nd his opponent, an ;
champion    twelve
Solomon [.land      They
���ued       the   stage,  and   w.   F,
Vuatralia, refereed.   Clab-
New Dates
10c lb.
| Ryall's Drug Store
t      nurvMr    r-r _-. ^^      _
ty    PHONE 57.
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne.
PHONE 473
����������������������������������������������**����+����������..**��*��������������������������*���������������������������������
Milwaukee lad threw bo
I hi ts into the black that he
.'nt''' i     ropes and went through
ttl Wind   ���   head   firs',  rarryin.    sash
- ! I e  last   seen  of  Kmoti  he
*****. :-   .    :    down    Main    street    run-
: ���  e old nick was after him.
���   ether warriors  saw   Kmori
bitting It, they bOO, Jumped the back
i ma le for the hill., not
tobeseon au-ain that night.
could    be    located     for
���' '���. white   seouts   were  out
ten.-   :      new   ones.     Kay   boxed
"Jfe ro-inds with  a  local  white  boy   	
���****���"& Hammond.   The poor boy wasl" _ e ,)laVers may arrange to
;'        but   knew  little  of  tl.e  game'     D .     m..ffTl���   played    tonight,
WH       .. merclhil to him. Whenlhave their matche.  piayen       ^
id  finished  Joe Cliff  had  c.b-   but  so  far the only  one in  slgni ��
ffi ..-      ���  hiack giant   He faced  between Buch Marshall and Roy fete-
and   looked   like   a  rooster. T|10 Kame is scheduled to start
with   both   fe"t   in   the   air  wan"
"���    '   ���   he moved.    Rav playedi at 6:30 p. m
Two more matches in the billiard
tournament at the Royal Billiard parlors were played  last   night.
In  the  first  Turnbull  heat  Godwin
200   to   107,   and   in   the    second
200 to
by
Qauthrie won from Fraser by
197
attention  and   eventually   tlie   In-j
lent of millions of capftal in the
vicinity of New Wertmfnster alone for
elevators and mills.
New Westminster possesses a jewel
coveted by every i ori on the Pacific,
Portand, Ore., excepted, and that is a
',.. h water harbor. Every skipper
who ever manned a craft anl every
owner will go out. of their ways to
put into a fresh water harbor, as the
monetary Bavlng, for dry dock service
alone, tuns into thousands pf dollars
annually.
The natural resource, behind the
Koyal City are just beginning to be
developed. The realty dealers of
Vancouver are casting covetous eyes
upon the fertile acres of the Fraser
Valley for their operations, and with
the completion of the Stave Lake
tram line another rich virgin agrf
cultural section will he opened up.
The Investor of New Westminster
does nntfhave to go outside tlie con-
tines of his bome city to find sterling opportunities for real estate Investment, for nowhere on the North
American continent will land values
increase more rapidly during the next
five years than in New Westminster,
(tie ereat fresli water seaport of the
Pacific coast.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 1">, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returniog to  New Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
MARINE
INSURANCE
PROMPTLY
PAID
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
WANTED
This schedule subject to change without notice. ' For freight and
passencer rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
!
REAL ESTATE
I
Inside revenue producing
property from $10000 to
$15000, must be a reasonable price. Apply giving
full particulars to
DEAN'S GROCERY,
Prion tfiat a~ BIGHT* ����aKfr e6ntidered
No.l JAP OR\NGES. (not small hox'osl^^^
regular stee for , ,e     joz
NWEL ORANGES large size  25c
CTT.UNG APPLES. 10 lbs Cor 25c
EATING APPLES, 5 lbs. for i* ^      k
PURITY FLOUR, (none bettor) ^ffiScfc
ROLLED OATS  ��� ��� ���   VlWfor $1 00
CREAMERY BUTTER, finestqttillty, 3 lb �� ��*���
SELECTED EGGS ;��������� ������ ���    a iL t>ott
^S. LEMON AND VANILLA. 10c, 20c. & 35c r>o��.
Portland Will Be Replaced by New
Steamer���Part of Cargo Saved.
Seattle, Dec. 8.���What President
II. K. Alexander of the Alaska Coast
company claims to be a record in the
prompt payment of marine insur .nee
was established in settling for the
loss of tlie steamship Portland. One
hour after the owning company presented proof of ownership and loss to
the Firemen's Fund Insurance com-j
pany's marine department it received
a  cheque for  full   payment   of   the
PEERS &
347 Pender St.
Vancouver.
JACK
JOHNSON    HAS
HIS   BRAIN
EXAMINED
Chicago, Dec. 8.���Arthur Johnson,
heavyweight boxing champion of the
world, is worried over his mental
condition.
The champion was told recently
that he was cu the verge of a nervous breakdown and that his days of
the   pugilistic   world
claim, which represented four-fifths of i supremacy    in
tlie   value  of  the  Portland,  a  vessel | were numbered,
worth about $90,000. He brooded over the prediction and
"So far as this company is con- underwent several examinations to
oerned at least, that is a record for j test hl8 nervous condition. All prc-
prompt payment," said Mr. Alexan- nounced his nerves all right. Thev
der yesterday. "A very striking con- dld not satisfv the oniv that that eVBr
;    t to the company's experience in ; (lt.featcd tlle mighty .Icftrl��� '
C
A large Stock of
air's Jacob's and Christie's B.scuits
Just Arrived
the 1'ortland case ls the case of the
loss of the Kentucky in February of
last year, cui which the insurance has
not yel  been paid."
Mr. Alexan ier stated that a number of vessels bave been offered to
replace the Portland, but no choice
u.s been made as >et. About Uie
flrsl of the new year the company
will purchase a steamer, probably
from tlie Atlantic coast.
Kellington Brothers have the
Westrrtlnster agency fbr the
men's Fund Insurance company.
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view Jots in the west end. and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
i
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City ^Specialists
Best Sultana  Raisins,
Rest Seeded Raisins
Good Seeded Raisins
Mixed Peel
Mixed Nuts
2 pks 25c
2 pks 25c
3 pks 25c
15c lb
20c a lb
New
Fire-
Hls sanity has been doubted and
he could not stop worrying. He wanted a picture of liis brain to see if
there was anything wrong, and last
nlghl the cranium of the world's
mightiest fighter "posed" for an X-ray
photograph.
Tlie unique examination was performed at the Washington Park hospital and Johnson came through test
with flying colors. Doctors W. F. Lorimer and T. T. Matlock made the exposure.
"We took a stiogram of the head, or
an   X-ray   photograph    of   Johnson's
I skull, to see if there was any depression  in   the  skull  that  would  affect
Ue  Lots  ?*  and  ���!,   Block  4   being. the brain," said Dr. Lorimer. "The ex-
  of Section 20, | posures  show  a  slight  indention  of
the external table of the cranium but
the Internal table appeared perfectly
THE BEST IS
NONE TO GOOD
This is, what all business men think. ���
If you take out an insurance policy with one of the companies which
I represent you will ht sure to get tlie best.
If a flre occures you will be sure of prompt payment of your loss.
This  is the most essential feature in an Insurance policy.
If you plione or write I will show you.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
LOW RATIOS.
r-
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
I
You can save money and get satisfaction at
 ^^^     being | the brain
parts of a portion "A        .
Block 5, North Hango 2 Wfest Spilng-
hill, in the District of New Westmln-
S Title number 1610. A, Issued in the
name of Catherine B. Brown, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,,
at the expiration of one month from two physicians had examined the, pie-
the date of the first publication here-
normal.   The X-ray picture shows no
evidence that the fighter  ls in danger  Of  a nervous  breakdown  or  insanity."
Johnson breathed easier after the
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
LAND   ACT   NOTICE.
4K Columbia  Street
lock)
of, in a daily newspaper published in |
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
i less i nthe meantime valid objection
I he made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,  New   Westminster, B. C, December 2, 1910.
ture of his head and pronounced his
thinking apparatus In perfect good
working shape, if not absolutely perfect.
He led a rather fast life for weeks
after  his  victory over Jeffries, mix
IIUCI IIIO Ml.tyi,! \l * *V* V *aj*y*.** ��v��* y        ......       .
ing numerous parties with hard work ( a^./f,;
on the stage.    He stood up under it
well until a few weeks ago, when his
memory   failed   him   at   Bridgeport,
Conn.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    tollowlng    described
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith,-! S. VV. corner," at
the   northwest   corner   of   pre-emp
tion, No. 2951, thence north
about 60 chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east 60
chains more or less, thence south 80
chains more or less, thence west 40
chains, more or less, thence north 40
chains, more or less, thence weet 40
chains more or less, to th* piece of
commencement.
JAMES   DAVT8   8M1TH.
New Westminster. October 20, lUt*
WIN FERDINAND BACGS, AffMt. II
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   DECEMBER
Gram-o-phones
$15.00 up
Easy
Payments
1310.
The One Best
Christmas  Gift
and the one that brings the most grateful
recollections of the giver is to be found in
ineri
Victrolas $100 to $300
Never has it been possible before to give so much entertainment and
genuine pleasure at so modest an outlay.    <I Think of obtaining for a
few dollars the means whereby there is always at one's
command the priceless voices of the world's great singers,
exquisite instrumental melodies, by famous bands and
orchestras, and the best achievements of the kings and
queens of comedy. {_ Think of having all this in the
home ready to entertain yourself, a few friends or a
house full of guests.
CJ Sizes, styles and prices ($15.00 tip) to suit all parses.
Over 3.000 selections to choose from.
CJ Double-sided records are 90c. for the two.    Sample
by  mail on receipt of price and 10c for postage.
IJ Call at the nearest dealer's to-day and know what
this wonderful entertainer means to you.
q Be sure to hear the VICTROLA.
Easy payments \f
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited
Victor No. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.
Victor No. 3. $50.00
Victor No. 4. $63.00
Victor No. 5. $75.00
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WE ALSO HAVE THE VICTOR-VICTORLA, THE; FINEST MACHINE ON EARTH. CAUL AT OUR
STORE AND HEAR THIS WONDERFUL MACHINE PLAYED.ALL THE LATEST RECORDS KEPT
IN STOCK. EASY PAYMENTS ON GRAM-O-PHONES IF DESIRED. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME   IN  OUR  STORE,  WHETHER YOU  BUY OR  NOT.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are dally opening up new goods and are showing tlie largest
line of WATCHES, JE\VELKY,etc, ever exhibited in New Westminster.
Now is tlie time to choose tha  article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away (or you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when lt is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
the
JEWELER
Chamberlin's
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������������������������������������������������������������
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading \jCo.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINI8H,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    8TOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA8S.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12
New Westminster
Box  13'
PORT MANN
The Terminal  and   Industrial Centre of the C. N. R.
Sixty-six foot lots In subdivision of the N.  E.  % Sec. lfi, on the
east end; $450.00 and up.   Easy terms.
COQUITLAM ACREAGE
Forty acres west of the junction; $.150.00 per acre.   $500.00 cash,
balance six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months.
15 Acres in D. L. 255
Fifteen acres in D. L. 255; $525.00 per nere.    One-third cash, balance six and twelve months.
MacCallum Bros.
Smith Block     627 Columbia St.     Room/
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
POLICE BREAK UP LEAGUE
FOR SMUGGLING ITALIANS
Two    Arrests    Made    at  t he    Falls���
Man  Brought in  Makes
Confession.
Niagara Falls. Ont., Dec. 8.���Organ-j
lzed for the conveying of their coun-'
Hymen   across   the   border  Into  Can-
ada, a band of Italians was broken up
here today.   One   of their   number,
Tucci, was sentenced to two mont lis; i
another, Fcrnamlino Spino, was fined j
$5 and  deported,  and   tho  American :
a. out, Diveta, warneil against coining j
'across tbe boundary line,
For some time tbe police have been
aware of the fact that Nlchdas Tucci,
who runs a little shoe repair shop
here, has crossed lln> river almost
every night. They have been watching him, and tl".is morning,
daybreak, Olllcer Farrell, ol the city
police saw Tucci, accompanied by an
I
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. o. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Bank of Montrea
ESTABLISHED 181.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
��i4.4oo.ooooq
11.000,000.011
Branches throughout    Canada
Newfoundland,  anu  In   London   i    j
"'""'"! land. New STorlt, Chicago and Sp'oka
U.S.A.,  and   Mexico  City      \
banking
Mi iitra
parts of  thi
business transacted J
other man, dodging along an alley. | ters of Credit Issued, available wi.if
lie   followed   tbem   to   Tucci's   shol),  correspondents in    ail '
and while watch was kept sent  word , world.
to the immigration otlice.    Inspector     Saving! Hank Department���Dei    J
Carter arrived and took Tucci und liis | received  In  sums of  $1   ;,,i,l in,..,
companion, Spino, In chaire. atid interest allowel at 8 per cent i
Spino   could   talk   no    English,   but   annum   (present rate),
through an interpreter told  his Btory I    Totul   Assets  over  $18<>,000,000.00
In court this afternoon.    When licensed he admitted that he was rejected i
here a year ago.    He said that lie had
been sent by a friend to the house of
Diveta, at Niagara  Kails, N.  Y., and
there   ho   met   Tucci,   to    whom    he
promised, when it was demanded, ten
dollars to get him Into Canada.   They
had,   he   said,  chosen   last   night   fori
tbe attempt because it  was dark and
stormy.    Ahout two this morning the
trio,   thinly   clad,   crossed   the   upper
bridge In a gale of sleet.    They were :
stopped   by   Inspector    Thomas,    but
Tucci told a plausible story, and the,
men were passed in.   Their arrest fol-
lowed   after   Farrell   saw   them   seeking shelter.
Tlie local inspectors think that thoy
have broken up a league for smuggling human cargo Into Canada.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. I). BRYMNER. Manager!
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wateri
Manufactured   by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C,
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess Sl
MAP   OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioreel
Just Issued by Department of Interior
At  Ottawa.
A new map of the province of lirii-
lsli Columbia has Just been issued by
the Department of tlie Interior, Ottawa, wliich will assist in meeting the
demand for complete and up-to-date
Information.
This map, which is on a scale of
thirty-five miles to tlie inch, shows
not only tlie whole province, but portions of each of the following: Yukon and the Northwest territories on
the north, Alherta on the cast, the
l'nited States on the south and Alaska on the west All Information of
a general nature, which the scale will
admit of. is shown, Including railway
stations and nil important  points,
The   boundaries   of    the    Dominion
railway belt and  the   Dominion   land
agencies into wliich  it  Is divided, are
clearly   shown.       All   township    and|
range   lines of  the   Dominion   lands
system of survey, with corresponding,
numbers, are shown  in  this district I
The     Dominion     electoral    divisions
throughout    the    province    are    also
shown.
All  railways  In  operation and   tbe  Laurentic   Dec.
Grand   Trunk  Pacific  line as located,'     v.       ... <0
are shown. I     'New "pie 8crew' l4'892 <"ni3'
The   Yukon   telegraph   line  can   be  Canada   Dec. 1
1 raced on the map all the way from
Ashcroft to Dawson City in the Yukon.
Single copies of the map will be
sent, free of cost, on application to
the chief geographer, Department of
the Interior, Ottawa.
527  Front St.,  New  Westminster.!
Phone 5. 0.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and   Building  Constructor!
Specialist  In  Steel. Reinforced Coi
crete and  Modern  Building Construf
tlon.    Telephone Sin'..
Room   13   Dominion Trust   Building^
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
White Star-Dominio.
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool |
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Twin screw, 511 feet long.
ENGLISHMAN   MAKES
NEW    WALKING
RECORDS
New York, Dec. 8 ��� News of tbe es-
tahUshment of new  world's   walking
records, made a few days ago ln Milan, Italy, bas Just reached this city. I
Tlie new title holder Is H. V. L. Ross,
an  Knglishman, who was entered   as
scratch  man ln a 20-kllometcr walking handicap.    The distance In statute measure Is 12 miles, 7r> yards, and '
Ross won In 1 hour. 36 minutes, 1 1-5 I
seconds, a new world's record for the :
distance. ;
In the course of the walk he also!
set up a new world's record for 10 It |
and 12 miles. Hip figures for those'
distances were nH follows: Ten miles,
1 hour, IB minutes, 66 secnids- il
miles, 1:23:68;   [2 miles, 1:31:68
Some 6f the old records ha
for more than twelve years.
For  rates, berth  reservations, etc|
apply to
ED. GOULET, Aflent C. P. R
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R-|
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue. Seattle. \\'ash|
^CANADIAN PACifN
��� RAIIWAV Cff
Train Service New)
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver  and  ApS-
stood ,sl..
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kooiemiy
wirutro   c��i Ar,,-��� and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
HIGHER   SALARIES   FOR   PRIESTS      17:05���From  Vancouver.    (No, 06).
Premier   of   Spain   Says   That   They
Wlll  Be  Provided  For.
Madrid, Dec. 8.���In the senate today Prime Minister Canalejas announced that it was the Intention of
the government to grant Increases in
the salaries of the priests, parish
cures, the personnel of the sunitarv
corps and schoolmasters. He added
that these Increases were not provided for In the present budget, but
such measures would he submitted to
the Cortes to provide for them ponding the negotiations with the Vatican
A petition bearing 100,000 signatures has been presented to tlie Cortes praying for the passage of laws
that will guarantee freedom of re-
"Pious beliefs. Among the signers
are many Protestants and the remnants of what was the Radical party.
To   Hold   Post-Mortem.
e^tr/T1'    .DfC'     8~T"0     derCl'0cl
candidates at tho two last Federal
elections on the Conservative side���
and there are fifty-six of them-nre
talking of going In a body to Ottawa
to talk over the matters with the leader of the Opposition and to discuss
generally party matters. Thev claim
that such a movement is absolutely
necessary, owing to (he rapid growth
or the Bourassa movement in Quebec
proWnco.
1 !i: 20-
22:50-
(No. 1).
8:30-
coln and
11:00-
15:55-
Montreal
17:50-
21:40-
H. W.  B
couver,
From Seattle and Mission.
From  Montreal and   Nicola.
Departures.
Seattle,
Ni-
-To   Vancouver,
Montreal.
-To Vancouver.    (N'o. 07).
���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
(No. 90).
To Agassiz nnd Vancouver.
-To Vancouver.    (No. 1>-
RODIE, G. P, A., Vancouver.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE   8UNSET    BLUE    PRINT   CO,
Trapp  Block.       _    ig(.
Phone 711.
Box
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
Phone 667.
214 Sixth Street
NEW WESTMI Ottawa.
supplied,
gna-
and
member
w
(aii be
IT*1
part ment, of  Public   Work
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nut be considered unless
made on the printed form
and   sinned   with   their   actual   signa
tun s,   stating   their   occuptlons
plain  of  residence of each
of  the  lirm   must,  he  given.
Bach tender must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque pn a chartered  ban!:, payahle to lhe order of tho
nondurable  the   Minister  ot   Public
Works, equal in ten  per cent   (10) of
the amount of the tender,
be  forfeited  If the ^^^^^^^
decline to enter into contract when
.   ��� .        Icnllod iir.on to do so, or fall to com-
iflcallon *______ mi-a.'-.Plete the worl; contracted for.   if the
tender   '
teNDER8   addressed   to
<*i'.'li     Qod  and endorsed "Ten-
He i;1"1!',' i lir Building. Grand Forks,
���1 t-t P"bU(   ..���ived at tiiis offlce
ui be rece       ^^^^^^
c, ��"���  ,n   on/ Wednesday, De-
alii ���''.* iflio. tor tho construction
a"1"    "���>��      1.10,    ���-...���..    -. ,     .,       ,
fpW  ,,;. Building at Grand Forks,
which will
person  tendering
uon and forms of tender
,l,e office of Mr. Wm.
oiiai"1'" ''' reaident architect, Vic-
g^ndereDD' ^ thfl |1()St office, Grand
P1'0' j'at this Department.
for^. ��f ���derlng are notified that
persons b(i (.(,nbidered unless
derii   .'io printed tbrmB supplied,
""     ffith  tliolr  actual  Bgna-
their  occupations and
In
will
len
. *$��
nel
tne
"jlgaied
H* sl,Ul!"slilence.    In the case   of
P""''''S,��iP actual   signature,   the  na-
1        lll�� l       ���<"��   and place of
i e not accepted  the cheque
leturned.
By Order,
It. ('. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department   of   Public  Works,  Ottawa, November 16, 1910.
Newspapers  will  not  be  paid   for
ilvortl. emont  if  tliey  insert   it
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lots :: and 4, Hlock -1 heing
PWts of a portion "A" of Section 20,
Block ,", North Range 2 West Spring-
mil, in the District of New Westminster,
Title number ir.lOSA, issued in tlie
name of Cat hei ine B. Hrown, lias been
filed In this otiice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
| at the expiration of one montli from
the date of the lirst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless 1 nthe meantime valid objection
be made to ine in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, it. c, December 2, 1010.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
this
V��* ,. .
fer
W !   ...,,,1,-r  must
actuu ^^^
ni'cupation,
member of the flrm
Each te
tj-an
nder
he  accompanied
accepted cheque on a chartered
Take notice that I, William Robert
without   authority   t^T. e Tepe^ , ^��L!^_i^$ffi
permission  to lease 200 acres of land
boundec*
ment,
COLD SHOULDER
TO ALIEN LABOR
Gardiner & Gardiner
Victoria Troubled With Influx of Handy Men From
Across the Line.
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
��hone 661
Residence Phone 133
able  to   the   order   of   tho
.un.   tbe   Minster   "1   I'ubllc      ^^
8(in"",,i to ten per cent (10 [��erlenvel��P��
TENDERS.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to ..       .
The Secretary,  Department of Indian   '"> Chains, tlience hem
Affairs.
equ
al  to
be
5",,!'"
<iiii'ii *'"'
*    in. decline
it..-'
Oirt *Hen
ill I tn c
At
tint
forfeited
to  enter  in
ailed  upon  to do so, or
the work contracted
I the tende!
will be returned
bl> Departmen1 does
111   accepi the lowest or
lion.
not
jel! i��
bind It-
any ten-
Depaitm
11. C
enl   ol
i����.
November
IIv order,
. DESROCHERS,
Sect etai y.
I'uhlic Works, Ot-
I.   1010.
Kewspapers
will
?..:���������:
���	
will te '<
Ottawa,  and  marked   on   the
 . "Tender for Alert Bay Oirls'
���mi.nun of  the   tender, I'"""0''  "HI   be  receive^  up to noon
lf the person  December  30,   1910,  for  the erection
a  con- "r a  frame  boarding school    building
, at   Alert    Hay     [Cormorant    Island),
nmnlete tne worn comracieu     ' ( ���
be not accepted the      I hum and    specifications    may    be
seen at the offlces of T. F, Neelands,
Inspector ol Indian Agencies. Vancouver; W. K. Dlchhurn, Inspector < f
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and w. M,
Ilallhlay,  Indian   Agent,  Alert  Hay.
Each tender must be accompanied
by a marked cheque made payable io
the undersigned for a sum equal io
live per cent of the amount of tender.
The cheque will be forfeited lf the
person tendering decline to enter into
a contract when called upon to do so.
If the tender be not accepted the
cheque will he returned. In the event
of acceptance of tender tbe cheque
will be held until tha contract ls
signed, when it will be returned.
The successful tenderer will be re-
quired to furnish a bund in satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to the
amount  of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The unauthorized insertion of this
advertisement in any newspaper will
not. be paid for.
J. I). McLEAN,
Secretary.
Department  of  Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa, Oi toiler 26, 1910.
is follows: Commencing at
a post planted at tlie east side of the
extreme bead of the north arm of
Dralney's Inlet, thence east 40 chains,
tlience south 50 cliains, tlience west
a0 chains to
post   of commencement.    Purpose for
wliich lt Is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
��� nl
not  be
if   they
lth.  advcn     ^^^^^^^^
|V       authority   Horn   the
paid    for
insert   it
Depart-
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders uddressel the under.
1,1   and   endorsed    "Tender    for
tures, wiling, etc., lor
jflic Building,  Vernon.   H.  ('.,"
i   e I  at  tiiis office until
4p'ni."on Monday, December 19, 1910,
j    ,        mentioned.
...i not be considered un-
JLsoade uPon' a,ul '" accordance
���
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, H. C. occupation builder. Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at
Ihe northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2961, thence north
ahout 60 chains more or less, to or
near .ukinaw Lake, tlience casi- 00
chains more or less, thence south 80
chains more or less, thence west 40
chains, more or less, tlience north 40
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement
JAMBS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster, October 20, 191ft
H)i|\'  FERDINAND BAGGS   Aaent
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  Z.
I Gondii lona contained in forms
ImpiiieJ bj Department.
; ecitications   tO   be   seen
m ippl to  the  clerk pf works
\\ 111   . Mr. F. It. Coffett;  Mr.
yr  Rei  '    on,   resident    architect,
\   ,. H C, and at the Department
ci;Public Works, Ottawa,
bdi tender must   be accompanied
V        ���   te I cheque on a chartered
Vu ipvable to    tlie order    of    tlie
I��� . ���    tlie    Minister   of    Public
tnrti,eqiial to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
I int of the tender.
llv order,
It. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
i-     ent of Public Works.
i   November 82, 1010.
~~~       TENDERS.
TENDERS.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease Gun acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
, water on tlie river entering the head
of Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
cliains, tlience west 50 chains, thence
soutli 100 cliains, tlience east 50
cliains to post of commencement. Purpose for which It is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th. 101O
Victoria, Dec. 8.���Owing to tho circulation broadcast of the news that
Victoria is prosperous and engaged in
tlie prosecution of a large amount of
civic work, which will continue
throughout the winter, a considerable number of laboring men from
Seattle and other points on tlie other
aide of the Hue, where busiuess conditions are in a very depressed staie,
have lately come here looking for
work. A considerable percentage of
them apply to tlie city engineer for
positions, but that official is adhering
strictly to tlie policy which he inaugurated when he assumed ofiice, that
is, favoring allthose who make their
homes In Victoria permanently.
A reporter happened to lie In the
engineer's otlice this morning when
one of tliose from the other side of
the line appeared and asked for work.
After the caller hud been disposed of,
Mr. Smith said:
"There   are    too   many    strangers
from Seattle and other American cities coming here looking for work.    I
suppose they have heard that wo are i
busy over here.    If tliey need work I I
am sorry for them, but I want as far |
as possible to keep our own men em-1
ployed; and I have Issued instructions
to all  foremen to be very careful to j
see that no outsiders are taken on until every available citizen of victoria
has been put to work.
"I   am  thinking of   establishing   a
'waiting list' in my ofllce. This would i
enable me to keep in touch with the!
men in the city who are looking for '
work.
"Victoria is  perhaps, the one city
on  coast where outside  work  is being done to any large extent by the
corporation,  and   I  feel that  tills desirable   situation   should   redound   to
the benefit of our own people   rather
than outsiders.    We are just now in I
need of a considerable amount, of la-
bdr  in  connection  with  the  work in i
progress at Foul Bay, but even if we!
are inconvenienced for a few days 1i
would rather wait for our own people;
than put on these men who drift   in'
here from the neighboring   American
cities."
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE   370.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday ot each month;
quarterly meeting on the tmrd
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at w p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may he
proposed and electetl at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKI8-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster otllces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G, E
Martin.
z^&*x&?'&&rk
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
it. T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent for the Hall Sale
Co. Ollice, room 5, Market Block,
opposite City Hall, Columbia St..
f.ltr.    Phon�� T.S7S.
H. J. A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room,
I    Trapp block.
TEA
is sold in quarter,' half
and pound packages.
A"Salada"poundat40
cents is a hill pound
plus the package.
A pound package makes 200
cups.    At alt grocers.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
6. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
a. m Dally except Sunday
p. m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
a. m  Dally
p. m   Daily
TO NANAIMO.
p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m...Dec. 'A, 14, 21, Jan. 7, 21
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE
10:00
1:00
10:00
11:30
2:00
ISLANDS.
U:i)(i
De.
m...
1;
^^^^^i Jan. 10, 24.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:;i0 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND  CHILLIWACK
Leave   Westminster  8:00  a.  in.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
DUSKY    SANTA    CLAUS.
|6TENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
In the Province o!|Jj~g perTcaoT'of the amount   of the
includnm the erec- tende|.    T|,e cheque will be forfeited
Tenders addressed to the underfill ������: Ottawa, and endorsed on
m envelope "Tender for Prince
hpert Buoy Depot," will be received
Bf to noon (in tlie
Third Day of January, 1911,
fct tbe construction of a Huoy Depot
a Prince Rupert
British Cnhimbia, .^^^^^^^
tton o( a Reinforced Concrete Wharf,
timber approach Trestle. Power
MM with Chimney, Buoy Shed,
Sires. Offices und Dwellings, also
tte Installation of Drainage and
Water Systems.
Plans, specifications and Articles
**. Agreement may be seen and foims
��' tender procured at tlie Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ot-
****.. at the office of tho Agent of
tte Department of Marine and Flsh-
��nes, Victoria, .B.C.. Halifax, N.9.. St.
John, N p., Quebec and Montreal, at
<����� Post Ofllce, Prince Rupert. B.C.,
��d at the Custom House, Winnipeg.
Man,
Only lump sum tenders, on tlie ten-
*r form prepared
��� win he ronslder^^^^^^^
Each tender must  be accompanied
wan accepted bank cheque in favor
��f the Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries equal   to   live  per  cent,   of
r" whole    amount     of   the   tender,!
*Mch cheque will be forfeited lf the
Jocce8sful  tenderer   declines  to  sign'
the Articles of  Agreement  above  re-
Tpr,?d  In  or   fails   to   complete   tlie I
���ork according to contract.    Cholines ,
ropnnylng   unsuccessful     tenders
*:ll I
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
The Secretary, Depaitment ol Indian
Altai's. Ottawa, add mai ked on tlie
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Boarding School." will be received up io
noon February 26, 19UL, for the erec-
lon of a frame boarding school build-
in-'  near Carcross, Yukon Territory.
Plans  and  specifications    may    he
seen at tlie offlces of T. K. Neelands,
Inspector   of   Indian     Agencies,   Vancouver; W. B. Ditchburn, Inspector of
Indian     Agencies,     Victoria:     It.     C.
Miller.  Assistant   Gold  Commissioner,       	
Whitehorse. Y. T.:  thti Commissioner at the expiration of one month from
of  the   Yukon.   Dawson    City,   Y.   T., date of the first publication hereof, in
and  Percy  Reed,    Mining    Recorder, a
Carcross,  Y.  T. ^^a^p^p^,^-���. 	
Each  tender  must  be accompanied j duplicate of the said   Certificate, un-
Iby a marked cheque made payable to!less in the meantime valid objection
the  undersigned  for a  sum equal
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 9, townsliip 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of tlie loss of ceitificate of title
number llOSaF, Issued in tlie name of
John Sweeny, lias been filed in
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
daily
City  of
newspaper published   ln   the
New    Westminster,   issue   a
be made to me in writing.
C.   S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   West-
lf the person tendering decline to en-1
ter into a contract when called upon minster, B. C, November 15, 1910.
to do so.   If tlie tender be not accept- ������-���~���
ed  tlie  cheque  will  be  returned.    In
the event of acceptance of tender the
cheque will he held until the contract
is signed, when It will he returned.
Tlie successful tenderer will be required to furnish a bond In satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to the
amount of the contract.
i Tbe lowest or any tender not neces-
| arlly accepted.
Tlie  unauthorized  Insertion  of  this
advertisement  In any newspaper will
not be paid for.
J.  D   McLEAN.
y~-~-. Secretary.
by    the    Depart- Department of  Indian Affairs,
ered. Ottawa, November 4. 1010
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re the Northwest quarter of Section -4. lownsuip 4, iM. tne District of
New \v estminster.
Title number 1399BA, issued in the
name of Peter Henderson, lias been
tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
nt the expiration ot one month from
tlie date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspai>er published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
! less i nthe meantime valid objection
I he made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Ofiice,   New    Westminster, B. C, November 30, 1010.
TENDERS.
Jack Johnson. Champion, Plans Xmas
Festivities.
Chicago, Dec. 8.���Picture Jack Johnson in a Santa Claus role.    That's the
cham) ion's latest  hobby, and just toi
prove that he's oni tlie level, the pug. 1-
latlc man of tlie hour is going to sink
one thousand cold American plunks ini
the Christmas trade, just by way r��{
displaying his esteem for friends and
this' constits ia 'arloue parts of the L'ni-
j ted  States.
While waiting at liis home on Wabash avenue the other day for the delivery of his racing autos, the hero ofl
Reno mapped out a list of the desirables���folks    who    may    count    upon |
something substantial  in  the way of
remembrances when tlie merry Yule-
tiUe rolls around.
"I've made up tlie schedule," said
John Arthur, after enumerating a
string of relatives and warm admirers
who have stood by him through thick
and thin. 'But that's the easiest part
of it. Looks as if I'll have to engage
a shnpj in:; agent to attend to the
heavy work, for I can't buck the center or run the ends in the holiday
crowds here, and I propose to patronize home industries.'"
Next in importance to the distribution of present, according to Jack's
line of chatter, will be the Christmas
dinner. Last year lie arrived one day
late for the big eats���reaching Chicago on December 20, but this little
hitch didn't Interfere with the carrying out of an elahorate programme
planned by Jack's mother. Every del- j
Icacy known to the culinary art was
heaped upon the festal board when j
John Arthur pulled up a chair and
bade all the guests be seated. '
One  year  before  the  dusky   giant.
I was  busy  dethroning  Tommy  Burns, |
as  and   officially   clinching   his   right   to
| the heavyweight title In far-off Rush-|
j cutte Bay, Sydney, N. S. W.
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer*, specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and |
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     BOOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box G94.
22!
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance Agents-
City,  farm  and   sunurban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON ft'AYLING, FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, oflicj. and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detal) work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
���nd car line. P. O. boi 254. Phone
47S.
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
THE
Bank of Toronto
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NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People, who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such peorjle
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest it paid! on Savings
Balances half-yearly.
"Nsiness   Accounts opened
oa favorable terms. ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
'
LABOR AGENTS.
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF      TIM3ER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
bind it-
0t     any
ie rei urned.
'lle Department does not
_'������ to ii   epl     the  lowest
tender.
Newspapers copying this advertise-
*"'"��� withoul  authority from tlie  Do-
ptmenl will not be paid for same.
M-CXANDEU  JOHNSTON.
Deputy  Minister of Marino and
y. Flsherle?.
^Partmenl of Marine and Fisheries,
Ottawa, Canada, November 8, l'-H0.
TENDERS.
righl   to cut  Umber  under
Tenders are Invited by the IL A. &
I   Society for the completion of tl.e
liaise   Sliow    Building,    at    t-i .eon's I
Park, i Labor only I.
Tenders are receivable by tbe  un-
derslgned up to noon, the lutli inst.
The lowest or any tender, not nee- j
M'LEAN   WILL   INSIST   UPON
SIGNING   FREAK   CONTRACT
::.. < ompi ising  esaarily accepted.
The __________
cento  on   I'.erth   No. . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
****************      -ands in the  Province     piana and speciflcatlona can be seen
will  :>e  offered &t my otfic.ei Thomson Block.
tlie  following
of British Columbia  -_
it public auction at  U'.e upset price of
{2,670.00, including cost of survey
2  o'clock   P.   M..  on   Wednesday
of December next, at
Timber   A_ent   at
at
28th or Decern uoi  ������=.��_ ����� tbe office
of   the   Dominion
New Westminster:
Timber   Hertti   No	
the   Province    of    British    Columbia,
Section  SS   Townsliip  30,
Meridian,  containing
^^^^^^,      W. H. Kl-iARY,
Manager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C., December
,   1'.! 10.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
,re undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
J���" tor construction of two 180 cubic
��M wooden dump scows 4or dredge
M"<1 Lark" British Columbia." will
2�� received at tills office until 4 p.m.,
m:-y.  December   0,   1010,   for    tho
"JMructlon of tlie scows mentioned.
il,      ;uul specification and form of
f.fn,1��'' may   i,e   procured   at  the  or-
. P,lf  Mr.   II.   A.   Bavlleld,   superln-
���,"''''"'   of   Dredges,   New   Westmln-
ju J"1 B. c���  where  form  of contract
1 ;ils<' lie  seen.
uns  'ipeciftentlons   and    form   of
w'rai't may also be seen and forms
Win?    r ohtalned  at the offlce   of
h   'iiIn   Henderson,   resident    archl-
"' Victoria, B. C, and at the De
composing
West  of  Coast
an are
showni
Ml.   ,\. Llghtha
in   May.  1910,
135, situated in
CORPORATIO
'��.
OF
CincinniH  De<\  K,���Larry   McLean,
the big catcher o ftho Reds, will soon
: ?et   a  new  pro; option   In   regard   to
��� his  salary   if  he  will   play   with   t-e
teim next year.   Larry says he win
Insist upon being paid at the rate of
j 2~,  cents  for every drink   he refuses
during,the coming year.
"I was made to si.n a fool contract
: last   year."   said    Larry   t-jday,   "and
now I'm going to have a oontract of
i my own. I was to lofe $2"> every
! rime I fo'iehed a 'rink after my fling
i at  Hot  Springs.    Now" I  want  to  bo
iCOAST LABOR AGENTSt MANA
| ger O. J. Sykes). 02 Powell streel.
Vancouver. Phone 3578. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write lf unable to visit us.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimates
of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ,
Given  on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  38B
OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
R��-Survey of City.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Property owners Intending to erect, pail for every time I refuse a-drink
stone or concrete boundarv walls, or j      'Til ,'pay (a man to around with me
O. O. F. AMITY LOIH'.E NO. 27���
The legular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth stieets.
every Monday evening nt 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H. West. N.O.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial seoio-
tan
iess, is: fences, should refrain  from doing so j eat  with  me,  sleep  with  me and   be
it.il the re-survey of the city is com-
and
Depan 	
A  license
DUNCAN.
i of 010 acres more or
niin  of survev   signed by
on  pian ��� ^ -g    g���rveyed j pjete. as there is no provision in the
0f  record   in  the special surveys act allowing for com-
d   Grazing   Branch   of  the | pensation should the existing bound-
nl ' tmnnt of the Interior.
will  nor  I issued  until
11*    of    the    purchase City Clerk.
UTefU|1.1ndfttb"   .round rental  for the:    City  Hall. November 34. 1010.
rental, etc.. are contained in^i�� ^^     Applications   for   the   position   of
ber Regulation*, a COPT oj Un.! Plumbing  Inspector  will  be received
be secured on WW01"������   Timber ��� bv the undersigned np to Monday, De-
or  to  the Crown    umo    | ^mbe[. u at flve 0.cIock p. m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER.
larlefl prove inaccurate
W.   A.
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
������jJSfJf'lSw Westminster.
Agent nt .ncw p   ft KFYES
Secretary.
October 12th, 1910.
Ottawa,
City Hall, November 23, 1910.
with me all the time to roe thnt I
don f. take a drink and to get. the correct number of times I am asked to
take a drink a day. This may sound
foolish, but it. is on the level."
McLean insists that he means every
word he says about his new contract
and proposes to have it drawn up
within a few days.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3Vi  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
NOTICE.
A Oray having left my employ ls no
longer authorized to collect my accounts and checks.
A. BREHANT.
December 2nd, 1910.
Notice re Water Rates.
Ratepayers ate requested to note,
by order o f the council, that on and
from January 1st, 1911, quarterly
water rates will  become operative.
The present 25 per cent, discount
will be allowed from accounts paid
during the whole of the first month
of each quarter; I.e., January, April,
July and October.
The full account wlll be required
during the second month.
After   the   second   month,   unpaid
quarterly accounts will be dealt with
in accordance with Water By-law 30.
W. A, DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
December 6, 1910.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  63.
Tenth  St.,  New  Westminster.
.J
Westminster
Transfer
tMHce 'Phone IM.     Ban 'Pione 111
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   _��
aar part ot tte efty.
Ught and Heavy HaoBn*
OPPICt-TRAM DftPOT.
i r   Pack psght.
mH 5AJLV NEWS.
Friday, decembef
9.  1910
I
3   ��
.��'"
City News
Polish Your Furniture
���with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It pre.
serves and brings out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
finish, to whioh dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Pinlshand Polish for All
Wood."  Use it oa your tioors and woodwork, too.   Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all dancinir floors.
You can net Johnson s free book, Tbe
��� Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
I   anaFurniture',undthe��eprei*i��uonsof
J ANDERSON & LUSBY j
COLUMBIA STREET.
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.
One of the
most   useful
and
acceptable
Presents
you can give your father, brother, son
or best gentleman friend is a pair of I
Military
Hair Brushes
We have them at prices from $2.50 to
$10.00 per pair.
Our Holiday
Stock
is complete, and as usual is well assorted. We shall have it on view
shortly and shall be glad to have you
call and inspect it.
Try us   -
Curtis Drug Store
New   Westminster,   B   C.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone  Heating and  Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
Now is the time to buy your su��t.
P. Burns & Company. **
The Ophir came In yesterday with a
cargo of general merchandise.
Feast of Days Bazaar, Oddfellows'
building, Eighth' atreet, Saturday afternoon and evening, Uevember 10. **
;
The funeral of Jloshichi Sato, a
Japanese, who died on Wednesday,
took place yesterday afternoon from
the undertaking- establishment of W.
E. F.iles, to the Oddteliow* cemetery.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist,    l'honei  R208. **
Tbe Crystal Theatre has secured
for Friday and Saturday, two Gold
Medal Motion Pictures from New
York. The big attraction���"A Cheyenne's Love for a Sioux." **
Davies Green Houses is tlie plnce to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone K 208 ������
The wild storm yesterday blew np
quite a swell on the Fraser river aud
some small gasoline launches lying
at the different slips In the city were
partly swamped.
Washing Day, Ironing Day, Mending
Day, Reception Day, Sweeping Day
and Baking Day. At the Feast of
Days, December 10. **
Alderman F. H. Mobley, of Prince
Rupert, who visited this city a couple of months ago, is a candidate for
tbe mayoralty of the northern city.
He is opposed by William Manson,
.M. L. A.
Feast of Days.���The Women's Educational Club is planning a novel feast
of days for Saturday, December 10,
when articles suitahle to the different
days will be sold. There will also be
refreshments and an orchestra in tlie
evening. **
On Sunday the Salvation Army will
hold special service in the citadel,
Eighth street, at three and half past
seven. Adjutant Howell will address
the meetings and Vancouver Band
No. 1 will render a musical program.
McCain Bros, are here with experienced men and an up-to-date plant
for moving buildings, frame or brick.
Address McCain Bros., 1143 Burrard
Street, Vancouver, or leave orders at
P. Peebles, 620 Columbia stieet,
I city. **
There was an exciting moment last
evening, when a rig driven down Sixtli
street collided with a street car and
the horse was knocked down. The
animal was injured, however, as was
also the driver.
Evening classes. All who wish to
fat I end evening classes for ordinary
'education are requested to send their
names to tlie secretary of the sciioo'
board. If twenty or more apply, of
fourteen years of age and over, an
evening scliool may be opened in tiie
near future. **
Miller and Willard, two boys of
thirteen and fourteen years respectively, have disappeared from . their
homes in Vancouver, and the provincial police have been notified to be on
the lookout for them.
R. K. Marston has joined the staff
of Alfred W. McLeod's insurance office ,and Is operating in the fleld department. Fred Cairns has accepted
a position on the office staff of the
same flrm.
William Fryer, a young man from
Port Kells, appeared in the provincial
police court yesterday on a charge of
breaking into a house at Port Kells.
His case was remanded for' eight
days.
The Fraser Valley Progressive Association will hold its first meeting
in the Board of Trade rooms this afternoon, when representatives from all
parts of the valley will be present
and possibly also from Vancouver. It
is expected that organization work
will be completed, and matters of interest to thc valley wlll be discussed.
Owln-.? to some hitch in tlie arrangements, the Sapperton Lacrosse smoker which was to have been held in St.
George's hall tonight lias been postponed. Efforts will lie made to liave
it take place within a week or two.
Arrangement* have been made
Whereby employees of the B. C. E. K.
on the Fraser Valley line, will be
paid at Chilliwack and Abbotsford.
Formerly the men were paid in Westminster, and the new syst !s the i
result of a complaint made by some
employees who left the service, and,
being without money, had to come to
the city to draw their cheque.
A special car will be run to Vancouver this evening for the benefit of
those who desire to attend Methodist
Men's banquet there, lt will leav*
the B. C. E. R. depot at half past
flvr o'clock. An interesting program
in connection with missionary work
is toeing arranged, and it is expected
that a large number of New Westminster people will be present.
Rovers Play Shamrocks Saturday.
The players from which tlie Rovers'
team wlll be picked for the game
with the Shamrocks on Saturday are
as follows: Sampher, Lyons, Bruce,
Kirby, Ferguson, Brisbane, Sawyer,
Craig, McAllister. Taylor. Smith,
Shawcross, Cadyzien and Turnbull.
The players are all requested to be
at Moody Square nt 2:.'10 o'clock sharp
when the selection committee wlll
pick the team.
The Public
Supply Stores
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Mirrors
for the Holiday Trade
All Prices.      All Sizes.
MUlfl'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
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
�����*�����������������������*����������������������������������������� I**** ������������������������������������������������+++;
{Some Good Buys
��� Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School        f
I Price $850.00, Terms
| Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms
t 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms
��� See us about Port   Mann
��� CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
Is the thought uppermost in the minds of the shoppers at this season.
Along with all other stores we suggest morning shopping. Clerks and customers alike will find it more comfortable and convenient.
Childern's Waterproof Capes
Another shipment just to hand brought a splendid line of these
popular capes for wliich there is such a great demand. One particularly interesting feature convcrning tiiis special lot Is tlie lowness of
price, away below other lines we have had on previous occasions.
Another pleasing feature is tlie attractiveness of style; the capes are
shown in mohair and linen, specially rubberized, making tliem rain
proof. Eacli cape has hood attractively lined with plaid; sizes 2 to
years.    Eacli $2.25 to $6.00
Fur Top
Lined Gloves
$1.50 to $2.25 Per Pair.
Women's gloves in Mocha
and kid linish with fur top,
and heavy lining. Gloves of
this description are so warm
and comfortable that any
woman finds them one of
the most acceptable articles
of dress, particularly if received as a Christmas gift.
You had l*tter secure the
size you need at once as we
cannot promise to keep the
range of sizes complete.
Great Variety
In Knitted
Shawls
Shawls with arm sleeve effect, circular shawls, square
shawls, fascinators, silk
shawls, ice wool shawls,
Shetland wool shawls, in
dozens of attractive styles.
Our showing contains sliawls
suitable for every occasion,
and for old or young.
Each  50c to $5.50
Some Special Hose
Best Grades
Many customers realize tbe wisdom of buying hosiery a little
higher in pi3oe than the average���particularly when they have come
to know by experience that there are hose that do wear considerably-
longer than tlie usuul kinds.   We mention several durable styles.
ENGLISH WOOLSDOWN RIBBED CASHMERE.
Per Pair 85c and $1.00.
Hose with seamless feet, two-   and    one    ribbed,    heavv,    nicely
shaped, soft and elastic;  sizes %**. to in inches.   Ter pair 85c to $1.00
HEAVY PLATN CASHMERE  HOSE.
85c and $1.00 Per Pair.
Fashioned hose of good heavy weight, seamless feet, soft and (irmly knhted; sines S>�� to 10 inches.    Per pair  85c, 90c and $1.00
It May Be That
You'll Require
Finishing touches to g
Christmas are opten put on
at the last moment. The llsl
here given we know fn m
experience contains articles
often asked for at this sea-
son.
Cushion Girdles in two
mercerized cotton and ullk
in dozens of plain colors and
combinations; all three yarda
long     witli     large     tai  i
Each     25c to $1.00
Cushion frills in scrtol or
ribbon, 4% yards long; all
colors. Each  50c to $1.25
Cushion Tassels, separate
tassels, plain and combination! of colors.  Eacli  ...10;
Silk Pom Poms |n .,;i
colors;   per dozen    15c
Cushion Cords, heavy two
and three strand mercerized
corda, all colors; per yard,
10c and   ".25c
Pillow Forms in all sl
Hi to 24 inches squire. Tv. i
styles are carried in our
showing, one with fe tl i
lilllng, the other with fli].,..
of silk floss; both linos are
light and soft, covered with
white cotton. Prices range
from 45c to $1.25
Tea Cosy Forms, fi 111 ��� I
with  floss, size    11    by 1."..
Each
.45:
Handkerchief Centres, pure
linen, sizes 6 to lo inches
siiuare, very narrow hem-
stitched edge. Kadi 10 to 25c
Plain and Fancy Holly
R bbons in narrow win1 -
for tying parcels, ail colon
and width. liny then b;
the piece of 12 ami IS yards.
Per piece  25c to 75:
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Yes we can
Clean it
Our
Process of Dry Cleaning is
MARVCLLQUS
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
Royai City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Pron.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
I
Select your Xmas Piano
Wc   are   crowded   to   tlie
door   and   another   carload
arriued of the well-known
makers
GERHARD
HEINTZMAN
DOMINION
&DQHERTY
Easy  Payments  if desirza
J. H. TODD'S IWusi^House
419 Cdumbia Street phone 6d-i J
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $0,200,000
Heserve        0,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cub.i,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster

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