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 port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOL'"
ME ;,, NUMBER 268.
a%L*a%
TYPEWRITERS
Standifrd   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHfTE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.,-' .'\
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1910,
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
gC OPINIf �������  [OIL TO BE USED
LH ILE CHANGE
government Coalition Still
Leadin.; in England -
Small Hopeof Tory Success
London, Dec. r,~The    position    of
. ���0,iie   tonight after tbe second
tlie pi"11 '
^rt polllW    *n  tlie    Keneral    election !���
Government coalition���Liberals. 87;
| t.r ii   Nationalists 16;   total, 117.
8itjon���Unionists.  116.
Martin   was   re-elected     for
Oppos
Joseph
EHt St. Pancras by
cv��r 20C.
Ttll. result merely confirms tbe
opinion formed that as the results of
bjgfiia icst the Unionists now
[pea possible hope of replacing the
Libera! government    in  power
a    majority    of
.J
The
questi-.;   remaining   is whether
ajLlberali will return with the
u'rKi or nnaller majority.
Two Lost in  London.
The two seats tbe Liberals lost ln
London todS5 Islington north and
gt Pancras west, were held by very
una!! majorities in tlie previous par-
jlamen: Apparently, therefore, the
metropolis U ninth the same as last
Jjniary ll Ita attitude toward the
contending parties.
Much Enthusiasm Shown.
London :' nuiit is displaying much
er ul md the successful candi-
due- in ��� i hu borne in torchlight
procession - through the streets. As
the return- come ln, showing the
tlosenes- the contest, interest is
ml eased on the vast crowds
pisereii In Fleei stree.t. Trafalgar
liei places where the re
i "Wii. sheering ami hon
ki according to their political affilia-
Bou
1 ������ itmllar scenes in Liver ���
and  other towns  where
tt;;. .      ���      Hold |
Improved  greatly dur- .
-���"���      ���  noon   ami  evening,    so
* dl      wore       ollUb'��d       to
lu ll ���   ���   tens withoul discomfort, |
Tone6 Gicomy, Liberals Rejoice.
clubs  were   filled.     At j
fc ii     and    other     Dnionlst
jkrin. plaoea, much disappoint-
Tl ��as expressed at the Bmaliness
fain h were expected    to be
uarters the greatetrl en-
taiasn.   ; n   ailed   for   it    had   been
���   ������������ among the staunchest
the government,   that
':' would make a  net  pain
height seats in todays pollings.
Srra :   Hope   for   Unionists.
- ill     'are majority in the par-
'���' nloniStS   must   make   I
* L  : My-two seats.    Thus far.
v"��� '.ts,   thaj    bavt    a   net
to (,( ' Bve seats They have
toed eleven and the Liberals sh
Mi
The gain l \ the Unionists on Sal
n*-r ��       i   en,  while  tlie  Liberals
juiced f���������::     Today    the    Unionists
;   ' an 1  the Liberals  two
i. contlnuaUon at this rate    would
���  I l ionlstS prediction that the
Asquitli cabinet  would be more than
*ver depei dent   upon  thc  Irish    and
ubor nl ���
ON 6.I.P. STEAMERS
Lead of C.P.R. Followed by
Rival Company���Improvements to Boats.
TREASURER'S REPORT
SHOWS BIG BUSINESS
City Receives and Disburses
Large Sums During Month
of November.
Victoria, Dec. 5-The steamers
Prince Rupert and Prince Qeorge, of
the Q. T. P. line are to be converted
Into oil burners. Investigations are
now being made of various types of
burners and the work of converting
the two Mearners will be undertaken
���000 atlei ���.��� decision is reached.
The proposal for the conversion of
th.- two steamers to oil burners has
under consideration for some
time and it is stated that authority
foi the change has now been given by
the officials of the company. The
Prince Qeorge is now having a cold
storage plant with capacity of 20.0
cubic feet Installed and a number of
changes are being made In her accommodations, some or the staterooms being altered and some changes
being made In the galley, she will
be completed in a few days and will
leave on Friday for Boat harbor to
/oal From the bunkers she will pro-
: eeed to Tacoma for Inspection.
The steamer Princess May, the flrst
I of the C, P. R. boats to be Converted
i Into an oil burner, is expected to be
reah  to leave the B. C   Marine Rail-
| way   company's yards next week. The
��� work of equipping the vessel to burn
i oil   is   well   under   way.     As   recently
announced the C. P. R, lias decided to
'convert all Its vessels to    oil burners.
It   is  stated   thai   the  new   steamer
recently    ordered    to    duplicate    tlie
Princess  Adelaide will    he    fitted    to
burn fuel oil.    The other vessels will
have   their   furnaces   altered   as   soon
as opportunity   offers.
The receipts at the city treasurer's
office for the month of November and
for the whole year ap to the present
time and the expenditures for the
month of November have been compiled by the city treasurer. They
were presented and filed at the council meeting last evening. They are
as follows:
Collections.
November. To date.
Currenl taxes .... 477.96 $131,604.94
Arrears of taxes.       99.36 9,871.M
Interest on appears    ��;._" 722.2,r>
SHACKS FULL BEFORE
ONSLAUGHT QF WRECKERS
Sewers   	
186.32
6,521.11
Water   	
4.510.74
46,899.98
Ught   	
6,683.66
49,819.42
Licenses   	
1.771.5U
12,622.50
Police  Ai  pound
517.55
4.20. .95
Market   	
263.30
2.277.78
Road tax   	
1;402.00
2,346.00
Miscellaneous   . .
6.76
891.56
Interest   	
330.00
Land  sale act...
1,517.06
School trustees. .
122.75
Board of works. .
30.30
505.22
Pilotage board . .
879.67
Kducation  dept.
13,608 30
Fire dept	
75.0"
147.00
Health dept. ...
13.50
Parks  dept	
18.60
Local   Improv.   .
3,423.30
Rents	
30-i 50
7,742.00
Richmond muni
6,311.00
38,871.53
B. C. 6. R ���
Eighth street
3,760.02
I
164 34
Front street  .
3,700   '
3,700.00
Columbia   St..
2,179 1"
2,179 10
Dom. Trust  Co .
24,710 96
29,864.27
Royal  City  hotel
266 30
265.30
" ���������   depl
37.14
"7.14
Audit  record   . .
60.00
50 00
MARY BAKER EDDY     IEEW STUDENTS EAGER
IS DEAD IN BOSTON1   EOR A NIGHT SCHOOL
Mother of Christian Science'Only Seven Applications Re-
Faith    Passes  Away   at     ceived in a Week--Pro
Ripe Old Age.
posal May Be "Withdrawn.
Boston, Dec. 6.���A million Christian No great enthusiasm is being shown
Scientists scattered throughout the' in tbe proposal to establish night
land are sorrowing today for the | classes in the city, Judging from the
death of Mary Baker (1. Eddy,' applications for membership which
"Mother'' of the faith, as she origin-1 have so far been received by Score-
ally was called, but or late years "Our j tary    Lennle     These    number    only
! seven, and as lt is almost a week
since the scheme was announced in
the press, It would appear that the in-
Christian Science awaits consignment I habitants of this famous educational
to the tomb, her closest followers pre-! centre are receiving it with difklenco.
pared a brief statement for the public I     The minimum  number  of  students
,���m���v,  ,���...  i..���j ,.j        v       .,,    .'for which classes will he   started   ia
which was Issued todav    bv    Alfred, .       , ..        ���    , .      , .      , ,. ,
' . twentv, as there must he at least this
Farlow of the publicity committee of;number before the provincial govern-
' menl will consent to pay a portion of
PEACE AND QUIETNESS
WHEN MAYOR IS AWAY
Aldermen Transact Business
Without Wrangling���Rumor of Police Laxness.
Leader."
While  the  body  of  the
leader    of
the mother church here.
the salary of a teacher, and the board
"We loRe the counsel of our leader,"    ,
. _   ,        ,��� ol school trustees does not consider it.
said Farlow,    but the church, organ-  advlsablo t0 shouider the entlre    ex.
ization is complete.    It   is    perfectly | pense.    As such  night classes would
understood that  no successor to Mrs.   come under the heading  of common
Eddy will be named." schools,  it would not he permissible
,,'       . ,���,-..'to charge    the  students    a  fee;     ln
Funeral arrangements, which    Mrs. i ���.,,,���,   ���_��� ���, ,,,      .._     , ,
which respect they differ from classes
Eddy  requested    should    be    simple,' for technical  or  other advanced    in-
probably  will  not  be made until the   struction.
arrival of George W, Glover, Mrs.
Eddy's son, wbo is on his way here
with his two children from Deadwood,
S. D.
Leaders refused today to discuss
the disposition of Mrs. Eddy's fortune, which is believed to be large.
In 1909 she announced she had settled
$245,000 on Glover and $45,000 on
Bbenezer Foster Eddy, Mrs. Eddy's
adopted son
The matter Is therefore In abeyance
until a sufficient number of applications is received and if these are not
forthcoming within the next ten days,
in all probability the idea will be
abandoned.
Warship   Aground.
San Diego, Cal., Dec. 5.���The l'nited
States cruiser California, which went
With Mayor Lee and Alderman
Johnston far across the mountains Indulging in tlie Christmas cheer of
Arctic Ottawa and Alderman A. W.
Gray in the big chair, last night's
council meeting passed into history In
peace and quietness. Argument, waa
unpopular and uncommon and the
ordinary routine of business was.
jostled through in record time.
Petition Declared  Invalid.
A jarring note came in when the
city clerk read the report of the assessment commissioner on tlie petition against the Third 'street improvements. The report was to tlie
effect that although the property affected was assessed at $58,252, the
owners of only $20,085 worth of the
property were represented on the petition this was Insufficient according to
the by-law.
D. D. Burnett, who was present at
the meeting, stated he had circulated
the petition and he was sure thatt he
had a majority of 300 feet of all' the
property on the street. He thought
the commissioner must have made a
mistake, although he did no? think
that there had been toiy underhand
work about it. He further asserted
that he could have secured more Sign-
,   ,    ,      .        , i ers to tlie petition if lie had had    a
The  actual   cause  of  Mrs.    Eddy's | aground while leaving the harbor this ; llttle mor_ \imti
Will   Investigate.
death was nol determined. Dr. George ; morning,   was  floated   shortly   before
Totals
$374,735.58
Riretraps in  Chinatown  Razed to   the
Ground Under Direction of Chief
J.  H. Watson.
A scene of considerable interest
was enacted in Chinatown yesterday,
when a gang of men under the command of Fire Chief Watson Commenced  l"  tear  down  the shacks    ofl
Ramage and HcNeely    streets,   condemned  by a recent  mandate i f the
-$ 1,
.   .$52 527.05
Disbursements
Water-
Construction 	
Maintenance  	
Light-
Construction   	
Maintenance	
',' d  of works���
Fir. t   street   sewer   ....
Fourth street  sewer
Sixth   st''eet  sewer   . . .
Eighth street *ewer  ��� ���
Columbia street sewer
Police 	
Fire department      1,922.06
Health department       024.45
Barks       346. 13
Market          159.68
Library     05.50
W.  L.  West,  medical examiner,    was j
called  to  the   mansion   after    death.
Regarding his visit  he said;
"The body lay in the room in which
Bhe died. Death apparently had been
peaceful. Tlie features were impassive, but the ninety years of her life
were plainly Bhown. 1 was told that
Mrs. Eddy had been ill several days
ago, but nothing si. ecific���merely the
11 o'clock.    It was  announced    that
the warship bad sustained no damage.
LOCAL SM, . BRANCH
BROUGHT BUCK TO lift
".('.04 .
9  ���   ���", ' indisposition of old ace.
Xo  physician  treated  her    during   Officers of  Long   Dormant   Organiza-
city council. Operations started brlghl   s,.lloo]' 4,830.92
and early, about eiuht o'clock io be
exact, and long before the inhabitants
of the buildings had begun to stir, ror
no preparations had been made by the
OCi npaniK to vacate, although they
had had abundant hottce. By noon
or shortly after five shacks oh the.
north side of Ramage had been reduced  to a  be,-,,, of ruins,  resembling
PHYSICIST  TAKES
PICTURE OF VOICE
hrjs. ]���.,.   5,���voice    photography
U;:..
invention of a French physicist,
win be of
actors and
to   musical
h' Y-'<  ������������ lie says  It
preat value to oral tra,
Sln^s. and Indirectly
critics.
Tlie sound strikes a small disk of
"wla rubber, the vibrations of which
���'   ' Inutely
��a sman minor. A ray of light Is
"jrown i the mirror, which reflects
"e Mi.iMi, tis at various angles on a
"WUve fllm which It unwound b*
"outwork and receives the
BOD,    T
ture.
a train wreck or the scene of carnage
following a bombardment, an effeel
heightened by pools of water died carmine by ihe addition of some un
known pigment. The destroyers thet,
turned their attention to the other
sid.' of the street, where three more
boxes required their administrations,
and   these  weie   I leaned   Up  hy   lileht
1:1,1 ,       nl i
Tbis morning the . o id work will be
continued) six houses   on    IJcNeely
slice!   will  fall  before the :f:e.
11 e modus operandi employed   is
simple iii the extreme, Two men ��
hew   B   hole   iti   the   Wall   of
the
Lulu   Island   bridge     238.60
Insurance     570.1?
Official and office charges.. 990.66
Miscellaneous  207.65
Grants and charities   2,060.00
Elections  115.95
Local improvements   4,182.10
New main   34,013.18
Road tax    11.80
Tax refunds   37.00
city Engineer   82.12
Assessment     154.78
Special audit     100.25
New fire hall  160.M
Coquitlaih dam   49.05
Suspense   2.5o
Interest and exchange    2 1"
Publicity  commissioner   .... 327.60
pilotage board  150 '<"
Mayor and aid. Indemnity .. 125.110
Debenture interest   1,037.60
Columbia     street     permanent
Improvements    876.00
c lumbia Btreet extension .. 2.86
513.41 1 her illness.    1 do not know the cause
8 1 :'v42! of det!th.   There was nor tho slightest
jsign, however, that death    was    any.
7 in  thing but natural."
27.15 I     Roston,  Dec.  5.���That  the body    of
"1.51 Mary Rakei Glover Kddy, founder and
head of the Christian Science church,
who died Saturday night, will find its J
last  resting place in the crypt under,
the altar of tlie First,    or    "Mother"
church in Roston, is the belief tonight
of many leaders in the denomination.
Xo official intimation to that effect
j can be made, but as far as learned, no
arrangements  have    been    made    to
Itake the body  to Mrs. Eddy's birth-
tion  Elected  at  Meeting  Last
Night.
3,817 7S
7.10
'"2.9.'
place, at  Rcw,  X. 11., or to Concord.
X. 11., where she long reside,1.
After one or two    abortive    efforts
tiie Xew Westminster branch of   tii
Hritish Columbia Society for the Prevention of    Cruelty    to Animals    has
been galvanized into life, and is prepared  to  take  the  field as  vigorously
as before,    if not    more    so.    Some
twenty-six prominent    citizens    have
signified their willingness to be active
members, an;l at a fairly well attended meeting last night,    the    society
elected a new roll of officers and took
the   preliminary   steps   towards   in-
When It was known at the time the  auguratlng a campaign against the ill-
new church Was built a few years ago i users of animali.
that a crypt  was built  In Its founda-!     The following officers were elected:
Acting Mayor Gray assured him
that all his remarks would be taken
into consideration and the reading of
the report did not mean that the city
was going ahead with, the improve-
mens without inquiring into the
merits of the case.
Certificates for .3209.25 and $597.40
in favor of the Pacific Coast Contracting and Investment company and C.
Gardiner Johnson respectively were
passed for payment and a ceitificate
for $1100 for work on the new fire
11 ill I was also passed.
MacDonalds Get Money.
On the recommendation of tiie
water committee a certificate for
$21,440.46 in favor of J. C. and A. J.
MacDonald and one for $4SS2.76 in
favor of the .Municipal Construction
company were passed for payment.
Tlie city treasurer reported that all
work on the water and light rolls
was up to date. "Why," exclaimed
Alderman Welsh, "tlie mayor told us
at the last meeting that they were
two months behind."
Tlie  Btreets  and  sidewalks   by-law-
was reconsidered and finally passed.
Chairmanship Changes.
Alderman C.  A.  Welsh was    made
acting chairman of the finance committee and Alderman Jardine was add
tlon  walls, it  was generally  reported  Tonorary      president,    His    Worship  ed to yie committee during the    ab
that  It would    eventually    hold    the
body  of    the    founder    of Christian
Science.
Arrangements have been completed
for the funeral on Thursday
axes .
and cxaetlv reproduced [building, the end of _ steel wire naw-
.,., ts passed through and shackled,
imd nt the signal, the road rollei pi ;
CMda to haul away. Heave, slat*
ftway, and heave again, and half m
si le of a home comes crashing down
to wre It and ruin,
After the wreckers had gol through
to the inventor the de   wtth the first batch, the denizens ol
its if a singer's voice  ,i,e  neighborhood  swooped  down on r) (%o||n
.niho la correct and  if   .v.- .c��n��  Chinamen, Japs and wmtes,      ,      ._,  __   ���
the tun-
$99,57i 74
imi'tes-
reflections   make   the   pil
riNE  SUSPENDED WHEN
CIGARETTES ARE FORSWORN
C.  N.  P
PAY $12,000 INTO COURT.
Towle's
Mayor ,1. A. Lee; honorary vice-presidents, J. D. Taylor, Thomas Gifford
and F, J, MacKenzie; president. Fire
Chief    Watson;    first    vice-president,!
sence of Alderman Johnston.
Alderman Gilley said he had
heard a rumor that there had beea
some laxness on tlie part of the police
at the time the man McLean committed the robbery at St. Mary's hospital and got away with a sum of money belonging to P. Devoy. He stated
that he had been told McLean was be-
Bisliop A. U. de Pencier; second vice-
president,  C.  G.   Major;   the  officers
to form an executive committee with
Secretary-treasurer F. P. Maxwell.
Some desultory discussion followed,
R.    Expropriating    Towle's   ^jjjj  a  number of    suggestions    weie|tween here and Vancouver for thirty-
Hotel at Langley. ! made as to the best way of achieving   slx hours after tlie robbery and the
The Canadian Northern Pacific rail-; uie society's purpose.   It was declared  |,0iit.e had been notified    almost    at
Way parted temporarily  with another' t))at mole cnielty to   animals    arose   ouce and vet. he had hot been caught.
large wad of cash yesterday when   It  from  thoughtlessness and    ignorance  Alderman Smith, chairman of the po-
pald  ?12,u00  into court  pending    the;than any otj.er caupo> aud    that    the|lk,e committee, stated that he knew
arbitration over the price of Towle's| remedy was education.   It was there- '"nothing ot it and it  was referred to.
his committee for report.
Ids tempo is correct and If
""      I  Of   breathing   la   rfght.
S Is shown by a series of
jj"alll>l '    ia]   bands,  while  a   wron.
'  a  rough,  irregular Im-
���   is. suggested that pocket
I would he great  for the
ions of a critical   turn    Of
ne  fond  of going; to the
Denver,   Dec.  5.- "If  you    solemnly
gweat   thai   you   #111   smoke  no  more
tttes i ahall suspend your fine,"
snd   Judge   Stapleton   today   in    the
to    Robert   Watkins.
who had been fined for spitting in   a
ate If a singer's voice   (|1(,
,1,0 scene, Chinamen, Japs It
and proceeded to carry away tn��i '""��� Watkins,   who   is   twenty
rue intention was  to w��� o��  |ool< ,ho _,(Hh,o ;1I1(1 ,,���-,
the court a free man.
hotel at L.mgley through wliich the fo,t, determined to post notices and
Honorary president, His Worship inductions In livery stables aud
veyed. , I other  suitable  places,  and  to  invoke
The hotel must come down and the   (!ie aid of tlie preg8<
company  offered  Qeorge Towle,    the!     Suggestions   were   also   offered   re-
owner, $6000 for the premises.   This  g.u.tU!)g ending Columbia street dur-
offer was refused and the expropna-   (������ fl0Stv Weather, and the maintain-
ii.--
tiind n
"tera.
ber piec.
htim the wreckage on the
fronting  on    Carnarvon
Pidgin* from the rate al
K stored in the -icighbonng wood-
here will be little lefl   to bum.
vacam lot
street, but
which  it   is
P*CKER CUDAHY LEFT
$20,000,000  ESTATE
Chi
Dec   .--Church  and  phil-
1,.,.,'"       '  srprhws tor three years
aceivlng the  hulk of the
.,;:M,;r;;1r;;;,M,e,, cnai tv** *>
have no terrors ror ��  -'���
winter.
"Great  \york."  says
..0M   0f  the   worst   fire   traps
city." 	
some people this
Chief  Watson,
in the
CRYSTAL WEDDING.
1 'lie estate of the late
'r -na��. c idahy, the millionaire .��<*���
lv' .1 ' ',| recently, and according-
pert n :in examination of his pro-
be ��� wns made todfcy it was found to
���.,'" "''"  millions short   of the total
"Meted,
,    splto of his many   Benefactions,
P,       '   ' Udahy's estate will amount
0 spproxlmal
Attorney
Pac|;,.,..,   ,
.�� ,     :' "nildren are trvlm;    tfTplaco   on
tliem witli
Of
\v.
Friends  Descend   Upon   Residence
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Duncan
Tho friends of Mr   and  Mrs
made the fifteenth   i
wedding the  occasion
party   iwrt
tinlver
Duncan
��� aiv   of   theli
for a delight fu
. tirpi ise
eiy $2(i.iwiii,o(iii.
Nobel  B, .Indtih    and    tho j and w'heti hi
hlldi'en are trying;
aluatton on it.
the surprise I
"" ''"VhaVmilshH  Miss Cat-
>.,,. '"''" '"'uuhl between shunting
jjjjl' h;"1 OT arm broken at Fraser
ll|Ri yesterday afternoon, lie Is be-
li,%j""" for at the Itovnl c.ilumbhm
...ban of the   guests
beautiful cut ��1��KS
presented
fruit
dish. ,   ,,
*   Both M''   :,"<l  Wr8,
replied, thanking tbe
their good wishes
oj the evening was ghm
music and games.
Duncan   briefly
invaders    tor
and  then  the rest
owr    to
Closing Session of Congress.
Washington, Dec. 5.���The closing
session of the sixty-first eongreBd
opened ttt noon today. Xo business
was transacted, both branches meeting merely to appoint a joint committee formally W apprise the president
thai the legislative branch of tiie
govertmenl was ready to proceed to
Call the rolls and to adourn alter
adopting resolutions to llie memory
of members who hail died since congress  last  met.
Many Lives Lost.
Manila, Dec. 5.���Messages indicate
thai twenty-five lives were lost and
property damage amounting to $300,-
(100 was done by the storms that have
swept* Mindanao and Zamboanga dining the last fOrty-elght hours.
total damage probably wlll
creased when reports from other
lands are received.
tion proceedings before Judge Iloway
were inaugurated.
The hotel is one of the historic
landmarks al Fori Langley, bin ing
been there ever since tho early days.
in another case of ihe Bame nature,
the c. x. P. ft. vs. Smith, Judge
lloway reserve I his decision.
The trial of Furrey i's. Barnet and
MacDonald was set for January 18 at
11 a.m. West vs. Clark will be tried
on December (5 and Merry and Slee
vs. Tlie Delta Shingle compnny
January 10 of next year.
Want Something Dons.
Frank Jeal, of Seventh Avenue,
wrote a letter in an attempt to impress upon the council that the* resident pf Seventh Avenue wanted
something dune, "Something Done"
In large black letters.
The residents of   London,   Dublin
streets can get  anything they wain", ran the letter.    The
to the executive to take   what   steps j leUer was recelved and filed without
were doemeJ necessary to make tlicsj   nlUjmelll
ing  a  watch  on  the  weekly   market.
Tlie fact that the market stables are
apparently under uo one's supervision I and" KUliiiburgl
was commented on. It was Snail) leit
proposals  effective,  and  the  meeting
adjourned.
A. M. Herring stated that on Nov.
2, ions, the city had issued a tax sale
deed of lot Sh block 11, and that tho
land registry office refused to register same. He wanted the city to explain matters satisfactorily to th.e reg;-
Istrar.   The letter was referred to tho
WANT   MORE   TIME.
Disqualified for  Life.
Melbourne,    Dec. 5.���An    investiga-
on | tion lias shown that Piggott, tlie winner  of  the  recent  Australian   King's   .
! prize, did not shoot at the 1000 yards | fln5?��e .S^^A?9!^
i range.    The registrar's signature    to
1 liis scoring card  for that range was
' forged.    Piggott  has been disqualified
tbr life.
Out
The
be<   in-
ls-
Must Pay Their Way.
Wellington,  N. Z.,  Dec.  5.���Troops
wlll not be sent by this dominion to
the coronation, but some may go at
I their own exbense.
Government Not Ready to Pick
University Lands.
Victoria, Dec. 5.���-Included in the
governmental program for the approaching session of the local house
will be a measure for tlie amendment is announced of William W. Alton,
of the "University Aid Act" of 1897, j v. S., as veterinary inspector under
which amendment is solely    in    the  the  department   of  agriculture,   vice
New Provincial Veterinary,
Victoria, Dec.  5.���Tlie appointment i Sixth avenue  wus
Wm. Grace asked tlie council to fill
in a ravine at the upper end of Holland street. The board of works will
examine into tlie justice of his claim.
A largely signed petition asking
that the sidewalk now being laid oa
Fourteenth street be continued ta>
referred    to    tho
Dr. S. Ransom, resigned. Dr. Alton
will have jurisdiction and control over
the lower    mainland    district,    with
direction of further extending the
time In which the government may
make selection of the 2,000,000 acies
of crown land which Is to constitute j headquarters at Eburne.
an endowment of the future scut of	
higher education In Hritish Columbia _..
The legislation of 1897 ln this behalf    ' Railways In Brazil,
provided that the lands In question R'�� de Janeiro. Dec. 5.���The feder-
should be selected "within three years ' al railway system of the State of
from and after the passing of this Bahla has been leased to a group of
act,/* Purls bankers, and various extensions
The further period will possibly ex-'are  to  be  made.    About  187B miles
tend to  flve  years, although two or
three years is
period.
the    more    probable
will come under   French   administration.   The cost of extensions is   estimated at 14,000,000.
board of works for report.
J. jit. Telford asked for a rebate of
taxes on account of tlie fact that ho
had done some clearing on Nanaimo
street under the Impression that his
lots were wider than was actually the
case. Referred to the finance oora-
mittee for report.
On the suggestion of Alderman Bryson the regulations governing the
payment of water rates were amended so that after January 1 the rates
may be paid on or befortf the twenty-
eighth of the month Instead of on the
tenth as heretofore, lf tbe rates nre
paid three months tn advance a di��-
count of five par cent, nflr be aUarw~
ed.
i PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   DECEMBER
6.   1910.
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Wants
WANTED.
WANTED���BY MARRIED COUPLE,
furnished housekeeping rooms. Apply P. O. Box 248.
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write flre insurance in the district;
only good p'oducer need apply, giving'full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, B. C. 	
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR LIGHT
duties at Victoria hoarding house;
good wages. Brunette street, Sapperton.  ^^
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Bull
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 02 Hastings street east.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
DON'T overlook the opportunity to
Make money in New Westminster's
best residential district. Get in before the raise in values. White,
Shiles & Co. have some extra good
buys In this locality, which it will
pay you to investigate.
FOUND.
FOCND���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 E.
Greyell, ��1S Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
.get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���General store an.l building cn acre lot; house over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including s'ock, postofflce, telephone, agency C, P. It., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 20
city.      tL
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks in cultivation, $250 an
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Box 29, city. tf.
FOU SALE���CHANCE FOU POUT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
NINE choice lots on Seventh avenue
west, near the new B. C. Electric
cut off at $525.00 each, on easy-
terms. These will advance rapidly
in price as soon as the work is completed.
MODERN   homes  in  all  parts of thr
City for sale on easy terms.
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near the orphanage, $1400;
small cash payment and balance as
rent.
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $2700;
$500 cash balance monthly.
RED MEN KILL
OFF ALL GAME
Settlers in New Ontario All
Complaining Most Bitter-
of Needless Slaughter.
See us about a new five-room house
on Hamiliton street, one block from
car line; $2400 with small cash payment.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628   and   746   Columbia   St.
New  Westminster.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes tor Ladies from |12.75
ip.
Silver Waiches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and ElgiD
iVatches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
rwo Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
North Bay, Dec. 5.���The settlers
living in the vicinity of Markstay,
Nipissing district, have been complaining that Indians have been invading their clearings and slaughtering the game in a ruthless manner,
digging into the houses of the beaver
and capturing and killing hundreds
of these busy animals.
Moose and deer were also being
shot in large numbers by the Indians,
besides   partridge  and   other  game.
Game Warden G. M. Parka, of North
Bay, visited the locality anl seized
contraband skins in the possession of
D. J. Finlan, hotel keeper, and Norman Roi, merchant, both being' fined
$80 and costs for having beaver,
mink and muskrat skins in their possession.
Three Indians are also being prosecuted but the point is raised that it
has never been definitely settled
whether Indians have the right to
hunt outside of their reserve. Their
case comes up in a week.
POET   WATSON'S   LATEST.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TEK.MS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 270. City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
HOSPITAL^
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
New Westminster
Mail Service
He Attacks Great Britain's Premier
in Carefully Measured Lines.
London, Dec. 5.���William Watson,
who obtained great notoriety by liis
attack on Mrs. Asquith in "The Woman With the Serpent's Tongue," came
out this past week with some verses
directed against that lady's husband
The Morning Post accorded tlie hospitality of its columns to the poem,
which is entitled "The Chief."
Strange  and  yet  true,   in   days   not
long
Fleeted     we    thought     him     coldly
strong,
PrudetiC   deliberate,   cautious,   grave,
Moulded without a passion save
For   hard   chill   light  on   level   ways.
And for a lucid, well-turned phrase.
His lack of genius seemed to be
Itself a blest security.
Behold him now, caught up and swirled
Into a wild and alien world,
Where    demagogues    witli    doctiine
crude
Debauch the phrase-led multitude.
And truth  is pawned  for power, and
they
J Who  govern  must  themselves  obey
| Him of the falcon beak and eye,
j That hawk-like o'er them poises nigh.
i Laugh if ye will, Olympian Gods,
Who     watch     from     your     unvexed
abodes;
But   ask   not    men   io   share   your
mirth���
Much-wearied  men on   English earth.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���NEW MODERN HOUSE
on Second street, near Eighth avenue. Apply in owners office at tlie
buildings. Dominion Trust Co.,
agents.
TO RENT���NEW SIX ROOMED
house, fully modern, close in; rent
520 per month. Apply The People s
Trust Co., Ltd.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS
with board. Apply 51, corner Sixth
and Carnarvon stretts.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
IFURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
*pply 7U Trew *iremt.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-
nlslied bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 Sth St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upBtairs Trapp block, corner
Columblp *tr ._t  and Clarkson
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
nfter G p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
6 p. m. at Room 14. 023 Columbia
rtreat
LOST.
LOST ���A LADIES' GOLD OPEN
face watch with initials "IO. It." on
back. Finder kindly return to (ill
Gth street and receive reward.
EGGS!
^reen Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
t ���a*************
Central Meat Market
,   BOWELL & ODDY
'Corner Eighth  St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Offlce 'Phone IIS.     Barn 'Pkone 1S7
Columbia Street.
'   *aig��ge ��delivered   promptly   _��
any part of tbe city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. 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 Sunday)..16:00
S: 30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
3:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily  except  Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally 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  (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily 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 (dally except
Sunday)       H: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     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annievlllo.   Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      1^:30
10:00���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
8:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:00
!0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (dally except. Sunday)     7;3o
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)        7;3o
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
FIGHT  THE   NATIONALISTS.
Liberals Will Wage Campaign All
Over Province of Quebec.
St. John's, Que., Dec. 5.���Hon, Mr.
Brodeur was the chief speaker at a
political meeting he;e yesterday
which is only the first of a province-
wile campaign to oppose the Nationalist anti-naval propaganda. He said
the government's naval bill was the
best measure tlie Laurier government
had ever introduced. Mr. Bourassa
proposed to do nothing at all for
naval defence; the Conservatives
wanted to make a direct contribution
to imperial defence, while the government had decided on a Canadian
navy, the ships of which would be
built in Canada There were ahout
1500 people at the meeting an 1 there
was a certain amount of heckling. Mr,
Brodeur said the Nationalists were allies of Mr. Borden, the Opposition
leader, and therefore stood for direct
contribution. Senator Dandurand and
Dr. Beland, M. P., also spoke.
SentOn Approval
To Responsibi.a People  "*
Laughlin
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and
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Your Opportunity
Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to be sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what experts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes and
untarnished reputations back of them.
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We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR, Manager.
KELLINGTON  BROTHERS,  General Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.    There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottnient.
The Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
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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 Cerllne.
PHONE 473
For all kinds of
JOB printing!
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press |
Mrt. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near Tlie Daily News Co., Go!) Victoria |
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
>!��� !��C**tT5e Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. nnd Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Sunday
l:oo p, ni  Dally
TO  SEATTLE.
jl0:00 a. m  Dally
11:30 p. in  Dally
TO NANAIMO.
i 2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND COMOX.
i 5:00 p. m Every Monday
JTO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m...Dec. 3, 14, 27, Jan. 7, 21
;TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
'll:00  p.  in	
Dec. (J, 20.
TO   HARDY    BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Kvery Thursday
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND CHILLIWACK
Leave Westminster 8:00 a. "'��� Mon'
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilllwuck 7:00 u. m. Tuesdn)'.
Thursday and Saturday.
KD. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE, i
Q. P. A., Vancouver ' TUE
SDAY.
DECEMBER   6,   1610.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREW.
NA-DRJI-CO
boys pick up opium      TRAINMEN DEMAND
AND THINK IT PTAIN
do their work wit
Nursing mother;
\B~.l"u nr-HMniCTyap.Jl __ ij|
Who Said Xmas?
Find   Cans  of   Costly   Drug   on   Beach
snd Use Liquid on Their
Barn.
i'i int. Richmond, Dec. 4.���Painting
a bam with $400 worth of crude
opium was the pastime in which lour
bo i ot this (ity engaged the other
15 PER CENT. MORE
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
Fifty-Five Thousand Employees of Western Roads
Asking For Millions.
Trains
and every
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
eave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, (1:20, 6:50,
8  and  eveiy   half
until Superintendent Gerloek, of
It is time to start on your Xmas  work.     We  h
ave
or
just received a Splendid Assortment of Ncvekies f
making up.    All m the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
Jhe H hite House 617 Co '-imbia Street
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fi HOME BAKED FOOD,
fresh, good, wholesome
economical.     ReadJlj
ma��c with
day
the Los Angeles Pressed Hi ick company, of this city, father of three of
the lads, happened to arrive on the
t ime, and, on inquiring what they
were doing, discovered tbal the supposed paint wus the costly drug.
.lack Kennon, Leonard, .Toe and Al-
ciri lie: kick were the boys who tried
thi novel experiment. The plan! of
thi bricfe company is located on the
bay shore near the Santa Ke mole,
and the lour hoys were plftyin. on the
beach when they discovered half a
dozen tin pails, full of si.me rather
heavy substance, on the wet sand.
Opening ono of the buckets they saw
a rich brownish fluid, similar to
molasses, ar.d as ii had an unpleasant
Odor they decided it must he paint.
a large barn belonging to the brick
company stands near the spot, and as
it was unpainted the lads secured
some brushes and started gratuitously
beautifj it. They were almost
through with the lask and on the last
bucket when Gerlock senior arrived
and discovered their mistake.
it is believed by the local authorities thai the cans which the boys
found wore being smug. led into port
on some transpacific liner and that
the smugglers, fearing detection from
tho customs officers, threw them overboard, with the result that they
drifted upon the beach.
J  Kg Alum
_\  Ho Limo
Married?    Yes:     No:     Pe-haps.
The Census Taker���"Your name.
mum?"
"I  don't  know."
"Heg pardon, mum?"
"I've been divorced. At present
my name is Mrs. .lones in this stan-
In several states it is Miss Smith.
my maiden name, and in three states
11 Is Mrs. Hrown, my first husband's
name."
"This your residence, mum?"
"1 eat and sleep here, lint 1 have
a trunk In a neighboring state, where
I am getting a divorce from my present husband."
"Then  you're  married   at   present?"
I'm   married   in   Texas,  N'ew   York
ami Massachusetts; divorced in South
I Dakota, Missouri,   Alaska.   Oklahoma
iand  California;   a bigamist   in three
other  Btates,  and  a  sinule  woman  In
eight others."
Chicago,    Dec.   4.���Representatives
of    approximately   55,000   conductors
and trainmen, employed on the sixty
railroads west of Chicago, who have
demanded an increase In wages averaging about 15 per cent, are holding
daily conferences here with the genera] managers in presenting their arguments for the advance in pay and
improvements ln working conditions.
It is estimated that ihe new scales
asked by the men will exceed in
amount those asked by the engineers
recently, which aggregated nearly
$5,000,000.
The employees are represented by j
eighty-five grand chairmen of the or-:
ganizatlon on different roads, two
from each road in the case of the;
larger systems, and by A. B. Garret-!
son, president of the Order of Rail-]
wa> Conductors, and \Y. G. lyce,
grand master of the Brotherhood of]
Railway Trainmen.
Returns from the strike vote being taken on tho Western roads by <
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Kngi-1
neers. since the breaking off of nego-j
tiations with tie managers, several .
weeks ago, are being sent from the |
various roads to the headquarters ofl
the organization in Cleveland and will j
be assembled and counted in a meeting in Chicago on December 10.
It is reported that the engineers of
several of the big Western railroads
have already completed their votes.!
showing 99 per cent in favor of a
strike unless their demands are |
granted. The railroads offered an ad
ranee of about 9 per cent.
20, R
half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver  at
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave N'ew  Westminster for Yancouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. m., and 8:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
City.
20-minute service frcm 6:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.
service  from   8  a.  m.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-minute service from 6:10 a. m. until  11: SO  p. m.
service from  8:10 a. m.  until   11:K0 p. m.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER    BRANCH:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Khurne .1 unction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11  p. m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave N'ew Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Sunday���20-minutes
Sunday���20-minutes
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln  All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Tele, hone  12 New Westminster
Box 137
SPY CUT THE LAND.
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POPHAM'S
CHOCOLA TES i
FRESH   THIS   WEEK
Canadian  Business Men Will visit the
West    Indies.
Kingston. Jamaica, Dec. 5.���Alargej
patty  of  Canadian business men  are
coming to visit  Jamaica and tbe oth-,
er  Islands  this  winter  for  the  purpose <M encouraging trade,    a. c. P.
K   Steamer Will convey tbe patty and 11
thev will have trade conferences on
board ai various portB.   They will al-H
so bring  1000  tons of  Canadian  products and manufactures.
f Ryall's Drug Store \
2   PHONE 57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE     <>
��� ::
HATS
of Quality, Style
and Fit
The Famous ...
HATS
Durability, Respectability
Reliability
THE HAT
Is the crowning piece of man's attire, it either marks or mars your
your appearance. There is a peculiar and particular style for every
type of man in every walk of life.
IN BUYING HATS
Be sure you get such standard makes as
CHRISTIE'S, HAWES', and STETSON'S
where the Hat is guaranteed at every point.
THE CHRISTIE
(English)
The best that is, in all the newest
shapesand qualities, soft and stiff
S2.SS,   $2.50,   $3.00,   $3.50
THE STETSON
(American)
The Hats that wears longer than
all others, and is ever popular
4.00, $5.00, $6.00
SEE   OUR  WINDOW   DISPLAY
pZIphillips
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
671 Columbia St.     N
ew Westminster, B.C.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA
HECTOR   McCAIG,  Manager.
HOUSE
COMING
Buffalo Bill
Wild West
Show Pictures
Watch    For   Date
,
f
New Twin Screw
if
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���W_ Knots,
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF
For
Victoria & Seattle
2.00 p.m., Saturdays.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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I���il PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   DECEMSE
R  6,
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The Daily News
MAX    FIGMAN.
Mary Jane's Pa," wliich comes to
 ��� '��� the Opera house tonight, is as totally
_^v��� .   . .    _k   _ ,     .,        n..h���.h    unlike any other modern   comedy at
Published by The Dally New8 Publish-   present  ,)(?ing  p,ayed    fl ���_,  Amcri.
In.   Company, Limited, at their offices,   t,an s,.lge as lt js possible to Imagine
Corner   of
McKenzie   and
Streets.
Victoria
E. A. Paige Managing Director
TUESDAY,   DECEMBER   6,   1910.
Horseplay gives place to pure wit
and amusing dialogue. True some of
the situations are uproariously funny,
but the whole play is tinged witli just
sufficient seriousness an.l healthy
moral tone to make It enjoyable to
playgoers, long grown gray in accustoming themselves Jo making merry over coarse Broadway slang, or
blatant  American  bombastic humor.
Mary Jane's Pa, the man of genius,
I who gets tired of his wife as he would
\ get tired of anything, and goes away
I and comes back, degraded but lovable,
[ furniture!
1 =  is a character of  which  modern  fie
THE NEW CIVIL SERVICE REGIME   tion is barren and of which  modern
i life has many instances
The second annual report   of   thej    He reforms,  not through  the bald
Civil  Service commission    has    just! exposition of timewom cant and melo-
| dramatic appeals to his finer feelings,
been issued. i j)Ut because the environment in which
According  to  the   report  the    ap-1 he finds himself placed after his long
| unsuccessful    wanderings    makes    it
point ments by the commission to thel etilic;,1Iy impossible for him to do oth-
service is at the present time in the!erwise.
But the  play  must be seen  to be
state were: Competitive appointments,!
appreciated.       Possibly   with   anyone
second division, 38;    third    division, | else but Max Flgman iti the rOle the
. ,     ���,Jplav would not he so convincing, and
115.     Non-competitive   appointments I {.   * ^^ ^ humor would not be
made   under  section   21   of  the  Civil ��� So spontaneous, but Max is there, and
��fi    Tech-  tll0,|��l> Oie playwright must be given
the credit for the bright dialogue, to
Service Amendment    Act
nical   appointments   by    special
ex-  him does not belong   the   inimitable
animation,  first division,   1;    second mimicry which is a feature of the artist-actor, and  wllich  is a large  part
pf the show.
Enough���It must be seen to be un-1
derstood,  and   appreciation   must  inevitably   follow  on   understanding.
HAT    HALF    WAY    POINT.
division, 32: third division, 2.    Lower
grade appointments, 49. !
As everyone knows, the civil    ser-,
vice is at the present time in    the
State of highest efficiency in its his-1
tory,���and this notwithstanding   that I 	
the  commission   regime  has  been  of; Proposed  Aerial   Route  Between   San
but two years'    duration,    and    that i Francisco and New York.
much   of  that  two  years   was  neces-;     Medicine Hat, Dec.  5.���There is  a
sarily devoted to the feeling of    its, possibility of the natural gas of Medi-
.,,,_,... cine Hat  being  used  for an  entirely
way in an absolutely new held. j new &nd nove, p_rpose (nothlng less
Tlle competive system, the system. than aerla] navigation) and of Medi-
which rules supreme in the great; cine hat becoming the terminal of a
outside world where the men of true branch of an aerial route from New
worth are the men who rise to   the  York t0 San Francisco. Nothing very
the
definite.has been ascertained here of
top in every sphere of activity, uie the plans for thjs route> but there is
logical principle which says that the foundation for this much, in a corn-
fittest men shall occupy the highest munication which the mayor received
posts���this system, the principle, has this morning from the secretary of a
to   the
company known as the International i
been vindicated   in relation    ���_,    ���, Avlatlon Co<. of Xew York.    The ,et.
Canadian inside civil service. ter was addressed to the mayor and
The Civil  Service commission is a asked  for  information  regarding  the
boon to the beat interests of tbe Civil **���?*  properties  of   the   natural   gas
��� ,  ..,,..  . c product of this city���its caloric quali-
Service, and to the best interests of ;.__  ., .__.
the country which is served.
Lastly,  it is indeed  a boon to cab-   development.    If the  prospect  is  fav- j
I
Lace Curtains, per pair       .   35c
Window Shades, mounted on
best hartshorn Rollers,
complete ....   35c
Linoleum, 12 feet wide, per
square yard     .      .       .   47c
Arch Curtains, per pair       $2.90
Reversible Wool Squares, 3*x
31-2 yards      .      .      . 4.50
Grey   Flannelette   Blankets,
full size, per pair     .       .1.25
ties, the extent of the bed, the natural
state of the product and the extent of
inct ministers an.l M.P.'s. When their orable tbe company proposes sending I ���
friends and constituents come to them two experts to tbe city to make tests I ���*
. , .   , of the gas  for  use  in  aerial  naviga-
with all manner of pleas for   govern- tion      JlIst  what  part   natura]   gas |
ment  jobs,"  they  say,  with  outward  would play in aerial navigation was .
regret   and   inward   glee,   "Well,   I'm   not made clear, but it is presumed by
very sorry, but we have nothing to do n cit-v offlc"l that it might take" the
... .. .,       ...  .,  _, place of gasoline or he utilized in a
with appointments to the    Civil Ser- ������_,_��� .   ',    . ,    e     ��� ,.
11 compressed state tor motive power.
vice now. It's not like the good old | information was also aske.I regard-
days. The Civil Service commission ing the possibility of compression and
ia running tlie whole thing now." I transportation cf local gas to Milwau-
  I kee or .Minneapolis.
{    The American   Aviation  Co.   is   a
SEEKING  INrORMATION. [company of New York capitalists who
  are   working  hard   toward   the   comprovincial Government Attempting to   mercializaticn    of   aerial    navigation.
Solve   Labor  Problem.                Offices have been established  in San
In pursuance of the decision come Francisco and New York, and a Canto at a recent meeting to ask the pro- adian representative is tQ be appoint-
\incial government    to    establish    a   ed soon.
labor bureau for securing and distri  	
tutting  labor  in  the interests of  the
fruit and allied agricultural industries   BURNED   OVER   LANDS
of the province, the B. C. Fruit Grow- WILL   BE   RESEEDED
���ers' association has issued a circular i '	
asking for information from fruit; Portland, Dec. 5.���Nine thousand
.growers all over the province as to acres of burned over timber lands in
.the amount and dessription of labor the Pacific northwest will be reseeled
which will probablj be required for with Norway spruce and Scotch pine,
���the coming year, the rate of wages according to an announcement made
which will be paid, and other infor- by J. F. Kimmel, of the Forest ser-
mation of a kindred nature. | vice.    Seeding is already under way
The association empasizes the fact j and will be completed before   snows
that this i3 intended to apply to white  set in among the mountains,
labor  only,  the  directors  having  de-      Most of the work is being done In
elded that the idea of bringing yellow  the Suluslaw forests in western Ore-
labor in is out of the question. gon along the coast and In the Olym-
Armed with the data extracted by pic forests in Washington. The For-
means of this circulisation a strong est service plans in this way to re-
committee will press upon the govern- claim thousands of acres of burned
ment the claims of the fruit Industry off lands every year. ThWe are a
in this regard. The committee in million anl a half year-old trees In
question consists of R. H. Agur, of the nurseries of the Forestry depart-
.Summerland, chairman, representing ment in the northwest ready for
the dry belt; Thomas Ahriel, of transplanting where reseeding is im-
Nakusp, for the Kootenays; J. C. Met- practicable.
calfe, of Hammond, for tbe Lower
Mainland;  anl  \V.  \.  Shaw, of Gab-  '	
rioia Island, for Vancouver and
Gulf Islands.
the
TENDERS.
WOMEN    FORM    SHOPPING   CLUB.
Plan Is to Aid Store Clerks and Slogan   Is   "Do   It   Early."
Winona, Minn., Dec. 5.���Local club
women have formed a league, the slogan of which is "Uo your Christmas
���shopping early." In addition to en-
abing them to avoid the rush of the
last few weeks themselves, they have
in mind the young women employed
in the stores, for whom the approaching weeks are an ordeal, no matter
bow easy shoppers may try to make
it for them.
The women say that as the merchants have done their part in putting their holiday godds on display,
they feel it is for them to show their
appreciation by doing their shopping
early.
The league will prepare a pamphlet
urging every housewife to help all
concerned by doing her shopping
early.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for construction of two ISO cubic
.'ard wooden dump S.PM tpr dwjdge
"Mud Laik" Hritish Columbia.* wil!
be received at this ofllce until 4 p.m.,
Friday, December 9, 1010. for the
construction of the scows .jnoijtioaed.
Plans and specification and form of
tender may be procured at the office of Mr. II. A. Hay field, superintendent, of Dredges, Now Westminster, B. C, where form of contract
may  also  be  seen.
Plans specifications and form of
contract may also be seen and forms
of tender obtained at the office of
William Henderson, resident architect,  Victoria,  B,  C,  and  at the  De-
Dissolution of Partnership.
Escaped Convicts Sentenced.
��� James Cunningham and James Wilson, the two men who made the
���escape from the jail here on Friday
and who were captured at Mission on
Sunday, appeared in the police court
here yesterday morning and I were
given an additional term of eighteen
months. Magistrate Kdmonds expressed an opinion that, freedom was beine
too highly value! by the inmates of
l~..L   .**���.   m���m   *��..�����.������������* ^     a.m.lir.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the
partnership   heretofore   subsisting be
j tween us, the undersigned, as Furnl-
j ture   Dealers    under    the    name    of
I "Denny & Galloway,"  in the ��ity of
I Now  Westminster,  has  been'dissolved by mutual consent.    All debts owing to the said partnership are to be
.paid   to  Arthur  S.   Denny   aforesaid,
and all claims against the said partnership are to he  presented  to   the
said  Arthur  S.  Denny, by vhom  the
same will be settled.
Dated   at   New    Westminster   this
25th day of November, HUQ.
A. S. DRNNY,
J. D. GALLOWAY.
Stair Oil Cloth, per yard     .    17c
5.00 Axminster Rugs for    . 4.00
Birch Parlor Table, mahogany finish        . '    .       . 2.75
65c Chairs f or     .       .       .   47c
9.50 Extension Dining Tables 7.75
Reversible Hearth Rugs       . 2.75
3.50 Carpet Sweeper, Bissels
make       .      .      .      . 2.50
2.00 Heavy Bed Comforters,
large size, 2 yards square  1.35
f Every piece of Furniture reduced
20 per cent, up till Xmas, -Get
your choice now, the stock is
complete. We will hold goods for
Xmas delivery for you.
Denny & Ross
wz
Successors to Denny & Galloway
Reliable Home Furnishers
43-45-47 "Sixth Street New Westminster
LEES LIMITED I
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
" '     SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
MagleJ^ge^naps
80 acres In the southwest quarter of 'Section 31, Twp. 12, X. \v n
Price $10 per acre;   good terms.
140 acres in the southwest quarter of Section L'0, Twp. 12, fifteen
acrea cleared; small orchard, six-roomed house; barn 35x40 feet'
price $70 per acre;   good terms,
25 acres in the northwest quarter of Section 89, Twp. 12, ten Hcrea
cleared. Eight acres more for clearing. House 24x24 feet, ham
40x40 feet, shop 20x10 feet, chicken house 18x18 feet, woodshed
18x24 feet. Stock: Four purebred Jersey cows, !!0 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 gees at $4500, on good terms.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.   II.  McCormick   Manager Real  Kstate Department.
451   COLUMBIA  STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
What About  Thai
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
We nave a full line
of Rogers Bros. 1847
Silverware, also a full
Selection of nign grade
iarvers
, Cutl
ery  an<
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
TUESDAY,   DEC.   6
yOHN CORT Presents
M4X FIGMAN
In EDITH ELLIS' Delightful Comedy
V
iter m
"Mary Jane's Pa
A Play that has run in New York
for 6 months, Chicago 3 months
A Play that Everybodwants to 833,
IT MEANS HAPPINESS
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Seat Sale, McKenzle's Pharmacy, Saturday, Dec. 3
*���t��*����>i��t��Mt����tttttt ti+ttt-titfiiit******'**''''* T.ESDAV
3ECEMBER   6,  1910.
THE L;A1LY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
*w
PORTING NEWS
The Peoples' Shield
(By   Malt   Wason  in  the  Canary  Herald)
nd   others
, c^4u>.  ..city once wlflL^ upon hla chl     ~��
| ,  Parker   famous as :,.,u.,.   a]ld ^
581 ;��-������        -">��� W ���de ",epePp^e'   ���     ������ ���      us Cal-
.W1   . ...... famous on the alleys, bul the boys who h,,���f ,i���. .inU. .._
BASKETEALL   BOYS
SEEK  PRACTICE QUARTERS
Sim,    ��� ���--.     - ...     ���        . *-������,   ug
se famous on tbe alleys, bul tl ���  boyi who
���
words they'd  lose
- hoof the pigskin un
-������ ���^"���L"2,**!t'1W a-1 expenses, like
senses, or if tbey di . , |   be
....   [0uw��. - ...~. -���-���   ������-<>'   iu��   ��oras  they'd  lose   the
Bul the Scottish i    tball  tm. heard his prating  like .
^i for who was lie, this  Parkei   mai   to tell them rh'al  to do-   ���"��
is no sell) we will teeimfurstlnell, and decided thej    were
thf!"' "or    u-h:i1    nr   uhn      So   'U'.t   tl,���,,,.i.   .,.    .    .      .   .        .
the.
itteT what or who.   E     I        thought that just for'fun,"to
y-       e8Stern teams a run, another  bunch  would  take the trip   thwart
'������'     . plan;   and  'tis quite enough t i say, that the shield is seen
;���       ,    _.:y upon a shelf, o'er .n the Hlllhurst clan.   But the money
i* ;,   never came, it's rather late, where Is HUlhurst's share of
- ' ".,   .  elpts that Parker promised     ire?    Hut   again   the   woggles
_    _ ..IA      <lin     tin       ,.-,.,,      I    ,    /icl, ..I !.,.�� *. 1   -        .1 ���    .
the
I ���    ...   twill surely help the
vesteo
The High school hoys are the la.'^st
searchers after basketball    accommodation.   They have decided that    the'
poultry    building    at    the   exhibition
grounds   would   be  a   good   place  to
play aud have petitioned the council I
for the use of the building.    When it j
came up at the council last night  Al-J
deiman Jardine stated that once be-:
fote the hall  bail been lent for    the1
same purpose and several complaints
about damage done were received. It '
was referred to tbe parks committee'
for report at the next meeting of thei
city council.
500   FLIERS   IM   THE   WORLD.
Billiard   Tournament
billiard      tournament
In    earnest    yesterday
then ���''���' s  wer"  puUed "n '"
t). afternon
n and evening.   The game
.
. : berg and .1. Mahone)
was  the  best  one of
���}������������������'������
I   will   probably   be    as
;/ of tbe  games    yet    to
inderberg, minus 20, won by   six
'jt,s: .  ..ney, plus 30.
d KcCormack,  plus  40, won  from
0, by 200 to 175.
Bflinedett, plus 60, won from Phil-
60, by 200 to Ui*.
toh,   won   from    Johns,
, ' i to 16��.
'-    ..-..���    will be resumed today,
I , I ule  has   not  yet   been
.
FEW  FEATHERWEIGHTS
COME   UNDER     122  POUNDS
pounds. Among them are Champion'
Abe Attell, Prank Conley, Johnny Kll-
Patay Kline and Penny Kauf-
The rest box around 124 and
thereabout Some of them could gel
down to "22," but not without greatly I
damaging their strength I
These  hoys  mentioned   above   are'
���    re un ol tbe featherweight class.
Jem Driscoll, the English phantom, is
to be considered, bnt be can't do the)
I.. ��� t   American   limit.
Abe Attell is due for a beating some
time In the near future and it is very!
j probable that   it   will  be either  Kilbane, Conley,  Kline or Kaufman that
j wll   administer   it   to   him.      Conley;
(ame so close to doing it a week ago'
I Sunday that Attell had to exert himself more than usual in order to gel a
��� draw.
Two of the contenders of the cham-
pionahlp are to box in Akron Thanks-
Deaths to Date. 6 Per Cent���125,000
Miles Flown.
Paris?. Pec. !i��� Professor Soieau,
lecturing befoie the civil engineers,
sail the dangers of aviation should
not be exaggerated. Tbe Aero club of
Prance has issued over 270 licenses
and the total number of aviators in
the world is about 500. The deaths
have been about 6 rer cent. The total
distance flown may be estimated at
125,000 miles, or one death for
4166%  miles.
PROFIT M FOOTBALL,
only a few feather-
world today who can
i -in weight limit���122
German Invasion Commenced,
London, Dec. .".���a German-manned
balloon, sailing from Munich Saturday
bound for Switzerland, landed today]
in the Orkney Islands. While crossing the North sea the basket si ruck
the water and a member of the crew
named Metzger was thrown out and
drowned.
Over Forty Thousand Dollars frw.
Game at Berkeley. Cal.
Berkeley, Cal., Dec. 6.���Graduate
Manager Farmer of the University of
California has just announced the
gate receipts of the annual intercol-
legate rugby football game played
here on November IL', and all are
astonished at the unprecedented
amount, not only for the annual game,
but also a record gate for the state
When expenses are deducted the student body of Stanford arnd California
will each be about $20,000 ahead. The
profits of these annual games go to
Bupport all athletics and stu lent activities of the  two  universities.
Football Practice Tonight.
The Hovers and Hangers will practice at Mooly Bquare tonight, th.e
former to get into shape for B came
with the Shamrocks next Saturday
and the latter to get in readiness to
meet  Astcn Villa.
New
Fruits
New Dates 10c lb.
New Cleaned Currants Bulk 10c lb.
Tbe very best
cleaned Currants
in 1 lb. packages
2 for 25c
Seed Raisins
Fancy 16 o*. packages
2 for 25c
Seed Raisins,
Standard 12 oz. pkgs
3 for 25c
Sbell Walnuts
New Ones
40C lb.
Shell Almonds,
new, 40c Ib.
GIFFORD'S
Ge
nuine
Removal Sale
We have to get out,  so now Is your chance   to   get   Bargains   in
Jewellery.     EVERYTHING   REDUCED IN PRICE.
WATCHES.
Hoy's Regular $2.50;  now         $1,50
Hoy's Regular ffi.00;  now   '.'.'.'..      $4.00
Girl's  Regular JS.50  Silver Watch now       $e!oo
Girl's   Regular $5.00  Gun  Metal Watch;  now      $3.00
Ladies' Regular $15.00 Gold Filled, Open Face, 25   year   guaranteed
case.  fine,  with reliable movement.    Onlv        $10.00
Ladies'  Regular $18.00  Gold filled Hunting, 26 year guaranteed case,
fitted with reliable movement, Waltham or Elgin.    Only $12.50
GENTLEMEN���SEE OUR  SPECIAL $10.00 GOLD FILLED WATCH,
kl   ' 1T   CANT   BH   HEAT. *l*-_ .",...:. ..
Indies' Umbrellas, Regular $12 50.    Sale  price    $6.50
Ladles' Hat Pins  (just   arrived);    regular   $2.50   and   $3.50.      Sale
Pri***           $1.00
Ladles'  Hrooches,  Regular  $3.00  amythest.     Sale  price $1.00
DIAMOND EAR-RING���Every   pair absolutely guaranteed pure white
Weselton.    Written guarantee given if desired.
Regular $75.00.   Sale price  '         $55.00
Regular $85.00.    Sale price   ,,,,',      $65^00
Regular $138.00,    Sale price ,      $105.00
Regular $2:15.00.   Sale price  '.','.'       $185.00
DIAMOND  RINGS���We can save you  25  per cent  and  give vou  a
large range to choose from. , ,
CLOCKS���Oak, eight-day:  strikes hour and half-hour with alarm attached.   Regular $6.75.    Sale price $3.75.   A few left.
ALARM  CLOCKS���Regular  $1.25.     Sale   price    50c
JUST ARRIVED���A fine line of Ladies'   Hand  Hags  in   Horn-backed
Aligator. Seal and Walrus.    All at reduced prices.
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
I
T.  GIFFORD
FOR BARGAINS IN WATCHES
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
We   are   daily   opening   tip  new goods ami ate showing tbe largest
line of WATCHES, .TF.WKLUY.etc., ever exhibited lt\ Now Westmln*
��tev.
Now Is the tinie to choose tha   article for an Xmas present.
We will put. go��ids away for you until you want tliem.
Call nnd examine our stork now, when it Is complete.
Agents for   Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
WE ALWAYS HAVE
SUCH A JOLLY TIME
when we call on Mrs. Jones, she has one of those delightful Gram-o-pho����i
and some beautiful records by Caruso and Melba, and some of the funniest
ones by Harry Lauder. They are just the most natural and perfect thmgs
you ever heard.   Really its better than going to a matinee.
Your guests will always have a jolly time if you entertain them w*h a
VICTOR or BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE
selections for you.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST ONES.
.      .,    ,,���. Run vSrai. Rkcords
57S7-" That Fussy Rag"    Peerless Quartet '
����*"*** , S8246~ GT^V�� cSSS
3.792-" Love Divjne"   Marsh-Mr.alonough       . ^ u^��� McCormack
1. inch $i..5 �� a ��� inch p,,j
10 inch Double Faced Records 90c. for the Two ?^m r Lar ni
(fa) "Come be my Sunshine, Dearie"     ' ���rm,at good is water when you're
Macclonough    600-3 drv>" Nora Bayca
16556 1(b) "The Arcadians"     ��*VOrite >'        in(h $,.sn
I Melodies Pryor s Band
Double sided Victor Records are 90c. for ths two, only 4Sc. each.
Samples ty moil on receipt of Price and 10c. for >ostoge.
Find out to-day, what  this wonderful  entertainer means to  you,  and
��BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLAS
Berliner Gram-o-phone Company
Limited.
MONTREAL.
Remember the Victor, when thinking of
TENDERS.
Tenders fcp* Invited by the R. A. A
I Society for the cOOQleUon of the
Horse; show Mul wi"*:. "t Queen'.
Park, 1 l^iim  nmly 1.
Tenters are receivable by the un-
tl��rsi. L*t)i\ up tQ noon, the 10th Inst.
The lowest   its   nny  tender, not  ncc-
essarll. accepted.
Plant ami . p*><'ifl<'iiti��BR can be seen
at in* oiiici>. Thomson Hlock.
W. II. KRAIIY,
Manager mul  Secretin.v.
N��w WeatraUister, ��� 0. December
::, 1810.
ChamfoerlirTs
THE
JEWELER
*444i
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NEW WESTMINSTER.
R*Survey *** City.
Property owners intending Io erect
stcme or concrete ftotniibiry walls, or
fences, should refrain from doing ro
���until tht�� i**8iirvey of the elty Is complete, as there Is no provlRlon in the
special sarveyb a*t allowing for Compensation should the existing boundaries preve Inaccurate
W.   A.   DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City  Hall. Novetnbor 24, l'.UO.
OTY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Applications   for   the    position    of
Plumbing   Inspector   will   be   received
by ihe undersigned np to Monday, i>o-
'���emlicr IL'. al five o'clock p. m.
w. a. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  Novemher  2!l,  1!H0.
Oago Won Nationality Race.
C, Wood, masquerading as a [/ago,
won the nationality race al the
Pythian 1 Ink last night. Blghl men
Btarted, each attired in a crude Imitation of the n.iti .nai costume of the
race he w. * inpposed to   represent,
II. Smith 1 who bane von Swede) cam"
I second. The other meets weie W.
I Cambridge  (blm    ollee  same   China
hoy), J. McVVaters (a etilltid gen'num,
I sali),  \Y.   Pascoe   (Hooll   ('er   Kais r,
Wacht am Rhelm, etc.), .1. Barr (Bah
Jove, old chappie), F. Wilght  (pardon,
I mercl, mon  eber), and    T.    Sinclair
(from  India's  coral strands).
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, Corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialitts
Obstacle Race Next Tuesday.
On Tuesday of next week the attraction at the Pythian roller rink will
be ;in Obstacle race, when ten competitors wlll be compelled to surmount
a number of obstacles not usually met
with in rolling.
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Victoria to Play Berkeley.
THE BEST IS
NONE TO GOOD
This is what all business men think.
If you take out an Insurance policy with one of the companies which
I represent you will bt sure to get the best.
If a fire occures yon wlll be sure of prompt payment of your loss.
This is the mojjt essential feature in an Insurance policy.;
Victoria, Pec. R.���Victoria
plays Berkeley university rugby champions December 26 and
39 and January 2, in this city.
The guarantee of $1500 was
raised by voluntary subscriptions. Vancouver has been asked to play the third game of
the McKechnie series on the
17th.
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low rates. -$-.ir***'..s *^tfsmeiyi^J\f* ���
GENERAL AGENT.
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER
6. 1910
I
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YOU'LL get more
downright wear
and comfort out of a
" Prussian ' Overcoat
than you ever thought
you could get for $ 18.
Both single and double
breasted styles���in new
and exclusive patterns,
with the tone and
elegance that Fit-
Reform designers alone
can give to a garment.
$18. to $35. les
PORT MANN
R.
16.
on the
The Terminal  and .Industrial Centre of the C. N.
Sixty-six foot lots In subdivision of the N. B.  *A  Sec.
east end; $450.00 and up,   Kasy terms.
COQUITLAM ACREAGE
Forty acres west of the junction; $350.00 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
anee six and twelve, months.
$525.00 per acre.    One-third cash, bai-
MacCallum Bros.
Smith Block      627 Columbia St.      Room 3
sa
SIX PERSONS GO MAD
IN LESS THAN 10 DAYS
Alarming Epidemic of Most
Unusual Character Appears In Edmonton.
ior
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Latest FANCY SHIRTS j
M. J.
Sole   Agent   in
PHILLIPS
New   Westminster
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XMAS GIFTS
In  Ganong's,   Webb's,   Cadbury's   and Lowney's
CHOCOLATES
In fancy designed boxes, ranging from half-lb. to 10 lbs.
There are many new \
Fall arrivals in our ���
Shirt stock. ���
We've the finest lot of J
Shirts we have ever ���
spread out. ���
The man who wants i
distinctive styles can J
now revel in the pick- J
ing of choice patterns, j
One of the Points about our Shirts that men
appreciate is the FIT���it's perfect.
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tONDON MADE"^^ BRIAR PleES
MORE MODEST IN PRICE THAN MOST GOOD BRANDS
Sole Agent for above Pipe in New Westminster
Pipes, Pouches, Cigar Cases and Holders
A great variety to choose from
Select your fall Shirts, sir, right now while you
have so wide a choice.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
610 COLUMBIA STREET
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Gardiner & Gardiner | Railway Time Tables
Kdmonton, Dec. 5.���Yesterday's
case of insanity, the epidemic which
Is dally growing to larger proportions,
possessed characteristics which were
much more marked than in any of
the cases so far.
K. iM. Kudson, the unfortunate victim, who was committed pending his
disposition by the attorney general,
was Buffering from hallucinations of a
very marked character. He was obea-
sed with too great a sense of his
duty to his fellow workers. Ile called himself a "weather leader." llis
Idea appeared to be that so long as
he stayed in the house the weather
would remain line and other workmen
would be able to continue working,
but as soon as he went out a storm
would arise and all work would lune
to stop.
During the past few weeks he had
not been outside of the house wheie
lie rooms. Another of his hallucinations was paradoxical in the extreme.
Ile claims that he has heen In Canada only three years but Is positive
that be has lived In Kdmonton for
four years. When ;'sked to explain
he says that he left Norway only six
months ago but tbat it was "lu the
paper" that he had been here for four
years, therefore, it must he so. When
asked It' he is married he states tbat
he has heard something about it. He
saw it "in the paper."
This is tbe sixth case of insanity
within the past ten or twelve days.
Since the first case the characteristics have been getting more marked
although none of the people have been
dangerously insane.
Medical Opinion.
When asked yesterday as to the
probability of the present outbreak of
insanity being an epidemic Dr. Wilson expressed the opinion that it was
very improbable that such was tbe
case. "Insanity does not go in epi-
demlcs, using the word in its strictest sense. There may be prevelancy
of Insanity due to unusual conditions
such as existed in 1898, immediately
after thc epidemic of influenza which
swept the country. The cases which
have- developed in Kdmonton during
the past week or so may have been
dormant for some time and the development of active symptoms may Indue to some cause which we do not
know."
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New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 315.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
Bank of Montre;
ESfABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        J14.400.00ol
RESERVE         11,000,0001
Branches throughout    Canada
Newfoundland,   anu   iu   London, E|
land, New York, Chicago ami Spoksl
U.S.A.,  and  Mexico City.    A  geoa
banking    business    transacted,
ters of Credit issued,   available
correspondents ln    all    parts of
world.
Savings Hank Dirnft'nent���DepoJ
received  In  sums  of $1  and ujiwj
and interest allowel at 3 per cent.
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $18r,,O0O,000.(
IRA A. REID
COLUMBIA   STREET   ',
 H       Near Tram Office
Phone  310 <
��*����a����a������4����u������*������*����^   Dbona 661
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Residence  Phone  133
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER. Manage!
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watc
Manufactured  by
J. HENLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone   R   113. Office:   PrinctssI
CHINESE
MAY   BUY
MINES
IN   COBALT
W
New Furniture Store
mam****m_wmm******a*T***Mm*****^-m-m--************a^^
ening Announcement
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We have .opened a new Furniture Business in the
old Guichon Hotel Block, Corner Fourth and Colum- ,
bia Streets, where we ��� are prepared to give the
people of New Westminster and District the best
values in Furniture and House Furnishings to be
obtained in the City. This is no idle boast���come
and see for yourselves.   The stock is new and clear.
All our Rugs, Bed?, Springs, Mattresses, Pillowr,"
Bedding of all kinds, Dressers and Stands, Chairs
Buffets, Tables, Diners, in fact every piece of furniture in stock will be priced very low. We want
your business and are pregared to make prices talk.
By strict attention to business, prompt delivery of
goods, and courtesy to our customers, we hope to
merit a share of your patronage. Will be open for
business TUESDAY MORNING, 5th DECEMBER
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM POST OFFICE, COLUMBIA ST.
Galloway & Lewis
UP-TO-DATE HOME FURNISHERS
Phone 829
C>r. Columbia ani Fourth Streets New Westminster, B. C.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m.
Cars leave 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 qui.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half   hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at S:00 a.m.. and every hall
hour thereafter un'.ll 11 p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars leave New Westminster nt 7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:Oj5 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster '0:30
i. in.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p. m.;  arrives Seattle 9:<0 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
N'ew Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives
N'ew Westminster (!:25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  4:35  p.m.;   arrives
Cobalt.   Dee    5���There   will    leave
Ottawa  for Cobalt  tonight  Wabn, tbo
Chinese   imperial  consul  for  Canada,
and bis acting secretary, K. M. Toms,
accompanied by a retinue of servants.
Mr.   Wabn   comes    here   as    special
agent of the Chinese government   to
Inspect a number of leading mines of;
the camp for the purpose of reporting
to bis department the advisability of |
acquiring   one  or   more   ore-shipping
mines  of  Cobalt   for  tbe  purpose   of.
furnishing silver to the Chinese mint.
China   consumes   annually   an    enormous  quantity  of silver, and   having
to purchase ln the open market, the
government aie sometimes forced    to;
pay the highest price for the raw material.   Some months ago Abe Hallow, J
of Cobalt, conceived the idea of sug- I
gestlng   to   the   Chinese   government
the advisability of purchasing a producing mine in Cobalt large enough to
supply their coinage wants, and a let- j
ter was forwarded to the emperor, It
was weeks before a letter came point-
ing   out   this   time    the    government
could not officially enter into such a
deal,  but   that  the   matter  bad   been I
laid before some of tbe foremost cap-!
Ital I sts  of   the  country,  and    lt   had
been   decided   to  direct   the  Chinese
consul for Canada, wbo has his bead-
quarters at Ottawa, to come    to    Co-
halt and  reiiort.    Another letter said
the imperial  consul   would  leave  Ottawa tonight    and    arrive    In Cobalt
Tuesday   afternoon.     Tho   party   wll!
be met nt the station bv Mayor Lang.
R. T. Sbilllnrton, m. l. a.,   William
Powell   and   fir.   Hallow,  and   during
their stay  will Inspect  nearly all the
lending mines of the camp, Including
the  O'Urlen,   tbo   Temlskamlng,   tbe
Crown   Reserve and  otber  large  producing properties.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auction!
527  Front  St.,  New  Westn-i"s!!|
Phone 550.
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and  Building  Construct^
Specialist In Steel. Reinforce
crete and Modern Building 0 :
tion.    Telephone 808.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust  Buildiij
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
White Star-Domini<
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpoo
CHRISTMAS SAILING!
Laurentic  	
New triple screw, 14,SO
Canada  	
Twin  screw. 511 feet  long.
tons,
Dec.
ROLLER   BOAT    IN    COURT.
For rates, berth reservations, elj
apply to
ED. GOULET, Aflent C.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
818 Second Avenue.
P. R.
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
arrives
i
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 6:80 p.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas OiOO a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
Two  Suits  Arise  Out  of   Old   White
Elephant.
Toronto, Dec. 5.���The Knapp Holler
boat has come before tbe footlights
again, even though it is lying in the
bay near the docks of the Poison Iron
Works.
Messrs. A. A. Laurie and F. A.
Knepp, financier and inventor respectively of the boat, claim they sent
the boat for repairs to the Poisons,
who allowed It to escape, and It was
run into by the Turblnla. They ha 1
to pay the Turbina people, they claim,
over $(!00 damages, and now they ask
$30,000 and costs of the action from
the Poisons.
Poisons, in turn, ask $800 from
Messrs. Laurie and Knapp for dockage and work on the boat, which, they
say, was never In their custody.
The case came up yesterday In the
non-Jury court, and Chief Justice Sii
William  Meredith reserved decision.
CANADIAN PACIfH
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service Nei
Westminster
Agent C. P. R-
ED GOULET,
Arrivals.
10:30���From
Api
KootenaJ
96!
Nicoli
No   Temporary   Abolition.
Paris,  Dec.   5.���There  will   be   no
temporary abolition of the foreign duties on wheat and cereals, according
to the cabinet's  decision  Saturday.
^^^^^^^^ Vancouver nnd
Biz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From  Vancouver.    (NO
19:20���From Seattle and Mission
22:50���From  Montreal and
(No. 1).
Departures
8:30���To   Vancouvei
icola nnd Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenaj
Montreal  (No. 90). .   ,.
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancou
21:40���To Vancouver.    (N'0-     '
Vanc��uver'
Seattle.
Ni
(No.
07).
and
H. W. BRODIE, G.
couver.
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. .. ��������� ���   c   I -
1 Um order   oi    the
��� -   VUnlstar   of   I
������ d per cer.:     ".    |
1 ! the lenjtr.
��� :.
DESROCHERS,
rt  retar:
���    ' Public Work?.
��� ..   1910.
TENDERS.
���    ' "'      '    -    aaaressefl w
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1 I    ' Wa    tmi      :.: -le.       i;       ���.
01   "|;|" enflei   ot  ��� kerl Bi i
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B  :   bt   paid I:'
.1    D.
'"     ������""     :     ftnd    A     fllnel;    4     |,.||,R
":i';: " " portion "A" oi Section 80
:'"1:'; *> '���" i Rangi : v/em Spting.
'"''' " the Dlstrlol of Nov, Wwtmln
ster.
'"' '���   numbei   15108A, Issued lh rhe
nfnji o  Ca herlue fi Brown  been
l""1   n    hh offlci
;'tiOl   la   liorol,-    . ivnn  tluu   I   H||Bll,
"'��� oxplratloi   ol one month from
'"  '" i "   the first publloatloi  here
���'    I'  a nidi-  newapspei  pdbllshed in
"" Clt! d   * bv    ' estminster, Issue t,
dUpllcatl    til    flu-   nine   I'e-lihei,-
lesi  i ii hi   meantime vi Hi
be iiiuiii to me in writing
���     S   KKITH,
Dis Moi   ftegtstrai  o   Titles
uana   Reglstrj   Office,  New    WetH
iiiiniuor, fi. (".., Deoeniher 2, nun.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   _ANCiE   2.
 .
Tni-i notice rhi,i i William Rohew
oick, or Vancoiwer, BiC, oocunatlon
rea estati flesilei mtend to apph for
permlssioi ti lease 201 acrea ol lanfl
bounded ae follows Oonraienotag at
' I'.itu plantefl at tin ea��1 side ol the
Mr-er���,   i���>���(l   ������  ,,���.   ���f|���.,      ^     ^
���'"'������'" ��� '�� talel .hee.-, ,,.������*������ 41 .-luiiim
thenoe soiftl i.i chataa Bhence west
40 ohams thenci north Bl ohalna ro
po��i   dt commencemeifi    Purpose for
v WO      ,    ll    ������!.( ul;-. ,1    (,iii,     , ���
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
���'!���>   in.f.f.tminstei  Umri District.
"'���'���������  ni | -.  thai Janiet Davis S
er, dci   ,,;  li ���   buflfi-
'���  *���' oppll    oi pei ���   isimi te
��� ��� .   .-.     fleet   . i
i   ���
:   Ut   :���   poSI    mi 'led   ",T
D     >��� ���    ���        S.      W.      c-.i-no!.'      (H
'���<      ���* ������'  WeSl      C01TO01       ...       ., ���<���-: .     ���
No,      291 theme*      oortl
Rl   chaitoe  more on   less, ���
^.: I   ni v     i,;,te    fttm<3t    ,-. *������
i        ess, 1  anee south
' : on  ir   ess    : i tun   wesl
est   thei c.  north
less,   ! hen.-i    ������
less, i>    s<
EVERY 1 IN 10 IN
TORONTO A TOPER
Dominion Alliance Secretary
and Another Minister
Make This Charge.
Toronro. Deo  5   -i<f-. ft. M. Rami]
ton, Hpei.i.iii;   al   '."e-:le-    .������hu-,-)    ii,  rhe
interests di tempewtace Sunday nlghi
BHld   thnt   "Oik   iiim    ii   every   ten   iti I
To-oiiM   il HHki   imrii  be .ers    .riiul; "
A mun In ihi   nniliftnce ohalldtfgefl i)'<
statement
Re\ fr. i-i Spence, gonerril seore
tary of the Dominion Alliance, yester
day  supported Mr.  l-lHiniltoii'h    .tare
ment.
"Mr. Hamilton whk well within the]
riiHrl.,'   HHid Mr. Spence, and he pro
needed  to aemonstrttte Che accuracj
of the statemeni
"Tbe-e ai'e In To-oar.-," be SWfl
";',|ii,niii. people '")������'������.��� : -i .-Limy
Undei age, snfl ban m the ren. ��� -.-
women oi ohfidron Ths������ leaves ��<>-.���
HF'.ono afluli msftes Tbert wer< last
������<���-. 8881 > Tested for ftWnlMnness
Sttmi .-. tbest wctre r^ietfttiwi but FOi"
r���:���(. ���  mu  .'��������������������� repeated i could .>.,���
you halt a I'r.vr.y  v ).c   Welti  Hflftii   ������ I
v )>.-   we -<   !'���'���   ������     -r'*   ."'��� '
Mi. Sponc< fleca 'es thai tjhore i te
20i000 Toronto men in bar mon- ,-
; ���  i ��������� ��� hi and Bhtcl 2001  then in ihe
.     ���    I    ;    d   ���.' V   r ������!���  ���    i |g] .
sea   d     i"   oobporatlon  Orderci   Hf-
tlxed
ui motion rbe eie-v; was instructed
,*t, write ihe B   i     V,   fi, to enlarge rhe
ctii 'en unite; their track on riu-
Con.: Vferididi oad at the presem
|<On<    i'    noi   Kuflleiein   to   carr;.   away
-in. wdtei also u gravel thi sthtlon
ground a= Oh 'flrliale at I I) it: ven-
bad coinlbloii.
Accounts |C tbe ainoutu of $1379$4
Were passed and ordered paid.
('ui morion council vidjouniod to
ntee ai'Min on Weflnesday, December
21, ai JO a.m., and a public meeting  ������'���
30 pOn rt, di.i,-ims SChoOl and n ne-
clpul inarn	
PLANS    TOP,    NEW    PLAZA.
I norll/i
Preparing   for
fteauty   Spot
Ottawa.
Ottawa, Dee. 5.--flans for rhe pro
posed new [ila/a bei ween the Sap-
pen and Dufferln WWageS fHcink the
eii,y   posrofpee,   liave   been   Completed
I by rbe Pulille Works Department, ami
-etulers will be called for early   next
i year. The esrimajrod cost Is between
$901000 and (frOO.000. The new plaza,
< verlooKlng as It will tbe parliament
buildings, rbe new Chateau Latitiet,
and Die BOW central Htatlon, will be
one   oi'   rbe   capitals   trietu,    siriki'i_
bi v  places,
a notiie monumotfi ro Cohfedertt-
tlon, with wliich may tie Incorporated
B Statue f't Kin. EdWard Vfl., 'be
peacemaker, will probahily be ere.-ren
il  ;���   on  ibe filaya.
FIRST BOX CURED
HIS LAME BACK
Wlgh P.bIs�� For GlN PILLS
,, . Svrrwvti.TTi  Ont
"I��lfTrf<Ml Tor tli .;<��� v**nr*. with B Pnlli Tu
My thicV. 1 nm how hiking <;JN Pn I s Bttd
find u Kt**nl relief ufter tiik-lttj; only mir bo�����."
W.s] hm.ov/in.
Ts It Rtiy wonder tbstt -we 9ell GiN
T'XI/IvS with an Iron-clad guarantee of
money buck: If tb-.v fui! to five relief ?
We know that CiN fi 1.1 .S will stop tbe
pain in tb- back- -���M.���*.-.��� y]i, Mndtler -
Htid cure every truce oi Ki'Incy Trouble
and Kbeiittmttsm.
GIN m.-l,S have cured thousands of
cases of Kidney Trouble that were
regarded tts hopeless.
V,'. don't ���uv you to buy GTK T*1'I.LS
to find out what'they will do for you.
Simply write us, mentioning this
paper, and we will seitfl you h sample
box free. Then, if you are unable to get
the regular size bor��!s at your dealer's,
write im, ano we will supply you at the
retail price���<;oo. a box, 6 for $2.50.
* VTN Pi LtLS are mwiennti ^laranteed by
tbe large-a wholesale drug house in the
British Htnplre.
National Prtig and Chemical Co.,
IJepL b.v.., Toronto 47
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DISTRICT COUNCIL
: I   . '
'.: fl 4:
.   ''A\,
So-   -.
TE NDER&
'.- . . ued    to Uw   ander
*.. ,v.i. and endorsed   ca
tie tun >pe "Tender for Trince
.;. Depot," will he received
I to 1   a on the
T--3 Day of January, 1911,
|vl ruction of a Booj Depot
1 I 1,.��(   jn (>,o Province ol
'������- i.i. including the etc.-
*��� 0: ., Reinforced Concrete Wh.irf,
pte approach Trestle. Power
mm -.* tl Chimney, Huoy Shed,
���Dtet, Offices and Dwellings, also
m ition   of   Drainage   and
I li   Syi ems.
Plans. BpeclflcatlOM and Articles
<< Agreement may be seen and foi ins
��! tender procured at tbe Depart"
c?:' of Murine and Fisheries. Ot-
<����a, at the office of tbo Agent <>f
tte Department of Marino and PUh-
**���***. VI toria, B.C., Halifax, X.S . Bt
J��!"i. nil, Quebec and Montreal, at;
tte Post Office, Prince Rupert, B.C.,
���sill ;u the Custom House, Winnipeg,
Hu
Only lump sum tenders, on the ten-
'4er torm prepared by the Depart*
|*Mlit, will 1 e considered.
Each i.-ruier must be accompanied
���y 'ii ai epted bank cheque In favor
'��l Hie Deputy Minister of Murine and
Rilierlei equal to llvo per cent, of
,:" '���*������ '������ amount of the tender,
V!' eque will be forfeited if the
l* tenderer declines to hIku
''   '     lea ol Agreement above rent- Calls  to  complete   tbe
Cheques
SKALGD   TEXDI   IS       IdrMWd to
-.   ,   54     , :���:        I (   art cf  iMtaO
a,  Ottawa, aad  1       ed ���
enveloye  T��>*  �� tve Carcroea I
��� :."   wiU   be   lo.eivod   up  >o
:    ���   F>��brotry W, 1911, tor the ���********���
: a f-.-1-..c boarding school build
ine r.<      I 1     ess   Yukon Territory,
. u and specifications ma] ba
seen at the offlces ot 'i K Noelandi,
[nspectoi or Indian Agenda*, Van
[courer; v.'. B Ditchburn, laapactoi of
Indian Agencies, Victoria; K C.
Miller. Assistant Gold Oommtesloner,
SVhltehoree, v. T . tho Commlealoner
of the J ukon. Dawaoa t'b>. * ���'������
ami rcrc> Reed, Mining Racordar,
Carcross, Y. T.
Each tender must  be accompanied
bj a mat ked cheque made payable
the  undersigned  for a  sum o.ua!
five  per  cent   of  the  cmount     of
tender.   The cheque will be forfeited
if the parson tendering decline to an
ter Into a contract   when called  upon
tO do so.    U Hie tende,' b�� not  accept
ed the cheque ��iu be mturned    In
the event  of acceptance of tender the
cheque will he held until the contract
is slKiied. when It Will be relumed
The  successful  tendetet   will  be re
quired   to  furnish  a  bond  In  latlsfac
tory  sureties  for a sum ei|tnil to the
amount of the contract
The lowest or anv tender not neces
111 llv  accepted,
'l'he   unauthorised  Insertion   of
advertisement   In  any  newspaper
not be paid for.
.1. D   McLbAN,
Becretai y.
if   Indian   Attain
-
Cbl   r <���   rtlOl'i    OT
. ���:   -erit..
. -.-'. ES    m~t&    SMYTH.
"-   "      es       si      Oi tob<   ������'
y*     X FK'Rr.lN^\n BAGftS   fatxtm*
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
". if Not -r 1;,-'.'. 1 Wflliam Rt l ���
Dk* i       ���: ..'('���. . S, 1 .   .������;���; upatkn.
gtxbe* e.-.ie;. Intend tc
ssu-iti  to  lease SM I t <��   . '   '.and
:���      - ei ?,> '���;���'.::����     C on
a pos:   1 .: : :e.   2d   yaiNte  ������'���������       ���   1
water on tke 1    1    entOTt&g  bh��  v.oad
i.; Dralney's   -. c.   txtemct north   tM
cb.'iirs.   I lercr  t>-r-st  SO chr-iins. thenoe
C chains,   iherice    o-,^-'.
int to T>cis1  of y, r-.-.r-n'.  V.-,r
pose for which it 1s required, quarty*
(ns.
WILUAW ROBKRT DICK,
n^ted Baptamhar 2fith. \f>iti
SURREY.
.       ; ' ,    :. r-.   in the  T< '��� t   hi S ���
i'r.'. i < Satwday. Tb* ������ ��� ������
fmd al! Tnem!>crs betoj prese*1 Minutes of previous meeting  vr.-c ���,-���;,.
10ART) OF TRADE-NFW W4WT
rriinsr.e: Board dl Tradt meets in t~n
boarj room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meting on 'hf' tnn'C
Thursday of February, May, August
and Nevemtrer, at tt p.m. Annua:
mee,ii,i-v on ibe third Thursday oi
Febi'tihrv. N'ew members may >���<
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
gtnart-wade tfeWeWaffc.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
to
1 to
the
Re an undivided halt of Ibe south'
e.ist Quarter of section 9, township 1.1.
Now Westminster   districi    Whereas
pnvvf of the b^ss of oettlficalo of title
nnmlMvr UPS.F. Issued In tb*> name of
.lo. n Sweeny, bas been filed in this
offlce
Notice Is hereby . (ven thai 1 Shell,
.it the eviration of one month from
date of the first publication hereof. In !
a daH> newspaper published ln fhe
I'ttv of New Wed minster. t��stt��> a
duplicate of the said Certificate unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me In willing
��'    g    RK1TH.
Dlltricl Keelsltar Of Tilted.
Land Registry   oniee. Maw   west
minster. H. C, November  l"v 1910,
1  ���      confirmed.        Ootntnntiioationf
W*  <   received   as follows:
P'v.m  C.  T.  Sfoinders,  C.  Mi
!'-:,.  ,-,;,;.'    saying tibai  fheir oi->i,ne.il  otl
:: c    ,.'.   indorsed   tie   resolution   o1
;:.'   Surrey   emmcil    asking    . e������ *i ���
a.d   foi   impro\ing  tbe  Clo\i-.
��� a ���! ���   road    receiced
From   Mayor   "1 ee.   ci   New    \a ...
minstei. txu OS 11 ������������, ���  0    ���escfl -
.   ...   .   . - ��� . ,   ........   ....
i.i'fnint   a   iv.ad   1'ro-m   V-:b,ine   tc   Hie J
���r.'nii, lc-f.xin.   tbe fi-m-errtrn*. ���   ���.
lay out the    ��� . ���������      <"-rived.
Fi-oir,    \     T     A.   BWckWOOd   er,
ine  a   MM   tW   Jl^s ,.    ,r-_\el    be
(.almod  was taken  trom  tbe south-)
, quarter of   section W, Tp  ',.
Received   .i---1-  replied thai tbe manj
in   .'.la'se   ol   '',p   road   work   i'i   thai
Vielnitj   said thai  th&J   bad taken no
eva\ei    Whatever    Outsldia    tbe    road
limit* ��ion.   thnt ptonerty.
Fiom w-i.ie, Whealler,   McQaarrw
,v   Martin   sa>ine tliey had wtiften j.
ti.   <t Neill,   R'lpetintetnlent   of   (.   N  '
railway,  t^queftting  thai   'be   com-1
attend   to the  vartdhS   matteis!
PROFESSIONAL.
WHTTFSVDK  & ESMONDS, BARRtS
tvrs arr1. JtoHdtors, Westminstei
Trttst Block, Colnmbia street. _je%
westmiTiFfer. W. J. Whiteside, H
Is. Edmonds.
WADF,. WHIOAU'FR, McQlARRVF tb
MARTIN���Barrisrers fir.n SolteitOfB.
Westrninsrer offices, "Rooms 7 and i*
Ci'dcV-'-n block, corner Columbia fine,
\1,-Ker.vie street*; Vancouver rtf
fices. WiiTlams buibiin. . 41 Granville si'-eei. F. C, Wade, K. C:
A. WVe_',\er, W. G Mcy^iaivie. G. E
Martin,
FOR GENERAL DR AFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
. ee
THE   SUNSET    BLUE     PRINT   CO.
Pbor
SUNSET    BLUE     PRINT
Trapp  Block.
Bov 160.
AUDITOR  AND  ACCOUNTANT.
T. VHlNy'F., esv0,i a sfthtanl ami
auA\tei     ^grehl toi t_\t h��m  save
t'o     'Mlb-e. room  ", M'Mk.et   t't.-.i.
opposite  City   IbtlJ.   t'elumbla   st .
���Vity     Vlion�� t.fi*'.
1 ANO   ACT.
tills
will
Departmenl
Ottawa,
November i. 1910
New Westminster Land District Dis
trlct of N*v* Westminster.
Take notice (hat John Fetdlnand
Bagf." of Nelson Island. oceupnttdO
farmer, Intends tO apply for j'etn'ls
liou tO purchase the following described   lutids;
Commencing   nt   a   post   platfted
nboni one mile norllieast frotti the
lieiul   id   Billing!   hay,   and   aboul     46
chain* easterly from   the   gutitheaiJ
come' Of timber lot number 87341,
thence north 40 OhalnSi tlience east
It) ch.ilns, thence iOUtl 40 chnltis
ihence wesl 40 chnltis to point Of
i oiniiietiremenl, coiilaliiltig iflfl acres
moie or  less
.IOIIN   I'-FIII'IN'ANIt  BAOQi
Dnteil  AUgUlt  Mi  1910
tenders
bind
or
i rdlng to contract
unsuccessful
rned,
,! a tmenl  docs not
i ; i    the  lowest
tender
i copying this advert) ie
' il authority from the De-
' will not be paid for same.
XANDER JOHNSTON,
'    Minis'er of Marino and
f Fisheries.
fi Of Marine and Fisheries.
'    '   i   Canada. November 8, l-'l11-
AUCTION
DERTH
SALE       OF      TIMHER
COVERING   DOMINION
LAND3.
TENDERS.
. * '   TENDERS   addressed   to
dgned, and endorsed  "Tan-
nstruction of two ISO cn ile
'
Tlle righl lo ""��� "���"'",| ""'v,r , '
��� ,. ,,, Berth No 635 comprising
.... ollowlng lands In the Province
S Brfttrt Columbia, wlll to ojawj
at public auction al ths upsai pri o
t. 57000   ii "  "   " '
;,r   tlle   Dominion   Timber   Agent  at
Sew Westminster:
Timber  Berth  Mo
,t...��� :, I   British
ami  lsln�� Be ii<m   A. Jownah
West of Coasl  Mandlan,
,n area of M0 seres mon ���
shown on plan of
Mr   ,.\   Ujththall
���I
the
TENDEn9
Tender! srs Intltad b> the h A ^,
i go* i"1 ��� foi the t ompletlon ut |! e
ii,,..!   -;i i,���,'.���   Building,   si   Queen's
".,,: .  i LabOl  "nl. '
���| andei i sn 11  ��� 'le ' ���   the un-
',.   i| nad up t" noon, the 10th i"cl
Ths i" ��� esi oi f*t*y iwtdar, hoi nee-
��� ������:-���. i; ii ,   SCI eptSd.
I'l m ^ nnd Ipflt Ifll itlOhS ' M tie seen
n>  m.    Office, Thorn.-.ti  Itlofk.
W.  M    KF,M!Y.
Manager kttA g��i tetafj'.
��� et,   Westminster,  fl.  ('..  d^ernt.er
':, I'tio
r,   iltuated tfl
!,ii.
contalnfas
IS
���ve. . signed  by
[,    L   8���   surveyed
!-n dump MOWS l.r dredge  |n   Mar.   I''1"'  nn']  "f t,rP'n��.h   !!}  the special surveys act. allowing for com
HrltUh   Columbia."   will; Timber   and   ' ......
fli
I al tbla office until I p.m .
��� ember  9   lfno,   for   ibe
Department of the
A  license will  ������<������
the
.in*   ftrinc.h
Interior.
be Itstred  until
fiie   pwehaaa
i-ent.il   for  fh��
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
OF
R�� Survey nf City.
Propert. owners Intending to erect
stone or concrete hound:iry walls, or
fences, should refrain from doing so
until the re-survey of the city is complete, as there is no provision in the
-
or
* cf the scows mentioned
ipecificatiotl and form of
'     be   fT'-cired   at.
Mr   H.   A.   Havfleld.   supeir,-
'   of   Dred^en    vie-nr   Westmln-; rental, etc
,,���, Ragtilatfotis. a ��*��'
,ed on appttcaton to the
rterri.r.ed.  or  to  the  frown   TfcaUi
the of-
Bar*
���   Dredges,   New   Wesimin-
where   form   of   contract
te
seen
iestiOM   :i nd    form   (*t
' may also he seen and forms
���  obtained   at.  the   office   cf
.;'   Henderson,   resident,    arr.hi-
���  Mct.orta,  B.  C. and  at. the  De-
rh.    full   amount
Drice, and the ground
.rsr  veir   ' ve  heen  p'H'i-
*%*,HSnMttont of ����?m*nt,,m*
,,�� eonr.ilned in the Tlm-
of A'bich may
nn.
he se.
pensatlon should the existing boundaries prove inaccurate.
W.   A.   DtTNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. November 24, 1910.
CITY    OP    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
\r��nt ar N��w Westminster.
efCSl  at .^-'v p   G   KRY|;:fl,
Secvatary.
Ottnw:,, Octoher ISO. MW
Applications   for   the    position    of
Plumbing Inspector will  he received I
hy the undersigned up to Monday, December 13, at flve o'clock p. m.
W. A, DTJNCAN,
City Clerk.
Cltv Hall, November 29, 1910.
pany
WfthOUl   delay:   received
I'mffl .1. l.oake, re the necessity of a
crossing  Peine pUI  in over the G   N
railway In front  of the lots 1  to | of
Subdivision northeasi ott&nnarter see.
Hon 2:1. Tp. I _e,ehed and re-
ferrel to Counsellor lnelis
From .1. \V. Whyte re the dancer-;
,-���q , , .vlitioti OJ ihe v'��d from the O. |
N. railway stntb-n nt Fott Kell= td
the postofflce, nnd that be would bold j
Ihe cOttfttil! responsible for any dam-1
see. and hoped it would tereive Irame j
dlate alleuMoti Received and refer-j
ted 10 councillor !iii;ite
From John Haslam, John F. RolP
p, (a et al , ip bad eotiditlon of the
Gladstone load, and nskitig to h:<\e
oame tepalred Re elved and refer-
ted to Conm tllor Murphy,
From F Ptotte ptnlestlng ncninst
the whIpi bpb'u diverted from Hs
nalu'al course on the Petpenllne rend
_n,t thill damaelnc his property; re-
t elved
From (M M Wilson calling alleti-
tlot) of lhe etjlliitiil to the (bit'cetons
condition of thp Town Mtte Ittnid
H|oiia sei-lion :I2 above Sotttlell ttia'l:
ip, p|ved.
Fiom A J Hill otl behalf nf the
Canadian Northern Itallwny company,
wlsllltig I'i know If the t'ounell wtetltl
abandOil the Boh Areonl road. He-
'ehetl,  (leik   tfl   tpply   that   the  eo"tl
iii bite bo desire to construct M'p
I load   If  the  railway  ttitnpatty   prorltle
, suitable   '"",;:   I"   l'Q'i   thereof.
���| he i��i>',c repotted cietti"!' plahs til
subdivisions   as   follows:      N.    F     '.
Se<  sts Twp. I, w. *% Sections b ft.
1, B,  r.  N'.  I!   ,'  W .   ?P"   7.  II.  a  .'.,  R.
.   k  i'i acres of Bee, 30 n. i
N..   ll.   I    ���'        '      '������   of   N'.   VV.   ',   Pec. '
".. i rv. :. Fiactit ti gea, Si. B, s N.,1
tt, i W. : N. F. _ See. I'l, R. B K, R:
��� 1   W.:   g,   *_  g��l      '���.   i "!���    '.   Fart  P.
>., S�� "���. i* ', .v.. R. 3 W.-i and Sec.
' 2'i. I:   % .   , Ib  I  VV.
Moved  hy Coincl'lfir Keery, se-orid-
ei by (O'ni(i!lor .labrts n, (ttat t.-:e
, ntiminafion for tbe Municipal elec-
, tion   tie  held   in   the  To.vn   hall,  and
that K. M. Carncross be appointed re-
i turning officer;   that  polls be opened
(if necessary) at Tynehead public
j hall,  ward  1,  Clarlngtfin hotel;   ward
2, Mud Ray school houre and Scott
: road  school   house;   Ward     .   Town
hall, Surrey cetnter; Ward 4, and
| Halls Fralrle school bouse; ward 5,
and the following deputy returning officers shall preside at the respective
polling stations: L. W. Davis at
Tynehead public hall, ward 1; Joseph Drinkwater, ward 2; John Loney
at Mud Ray school house and Joshuu
Williams at Scott Road school house;
ward 8, and Albert Bamford at Halls
Prairie school house; ward B, all at
the usual remuneration, and that notice of the election be advertised by
one insertion in the Columbian, and
hy postlnc at. the door of the Town
hall; carried.
Tbe Surrey highway bylaw was ve-i
considered and finally passed and thc
H. .1. A. BURNETT
Accountant. Tel
Trapp block.
. i     ii      	
AFDlTDR   AND
R  12!>.     Room.
STENOGRAPHY *^3^^!II!^
MIPS M. RROTRN. pitblb' stenographer; specifications, business let-
le,^ etc; circular work taken.
Phone 41R. R��nr of Major nnd
Sava.se's  office.  Columbia  Pt.
THE
Bank of Toronto
wmm*mm^ma***M*mm*mmammmmaimmmmt****i���*mnmKmmmm
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank amount.
Tho Bank of Toronto
offers to all snch people
the  facilities   of  then-
laag-o and strong bank- '
ing organization.
Inleml w pa\4 nn  SaV\ngs
ifclillcfel \^aH-ye��r\y.   :i
''���'siness   Accounts    opened
on ravorable terms. ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
FRRKMAN     PCNTINC,    ROOM
Cm tis Rlock.   P. O. Bos (194.
a
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and  suburban property.
828 and 74R Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   ft   AYLING.   FlSiL  Fiti'l I
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
(V. hank, Office and store tRttngs;
cabinet, stair, shotrcases, mantei?
atirt detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. .1 Brookes, pro
lirlftor. Work?: Corner Eleventh
snd car line. P. O. hos 251, PHonr
473.
NEW   WESTMINSTE..v,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B.   C.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimates
of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ;
Given  on  Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson  Blk.
Phone 388
HOTELS.
ktN(r9HOT?C^^cBtj?n^^
Pbo"c |^ Newest ami tnost np to
date In the city. Terms moderate
First cbiss cuisine.  .1. Ttftcny, Prop
HOTfcti   LtTTON    Bi7   FIIONT   RT
f'hour. (08 Comfortfthle acctimodn
tlon. Tortus moderate. McLeod ft
Watkins. proprietors.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LAMOFl AOE.N'TSl MANA
per G. f. Sykest, 62 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up. wire or
write if unable to visit us.
(	
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3*4,  to 25  H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agentj
Wostminster Iron Works
Phone
Tenth   St.,   New
53.
Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver   Landings
The New Sternwheeler
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monda. evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J. \V. MacDonald, financial secretin
NOTICE.
A Gray having left my employ Is no
longer authorized to collect my accounts and checks.
A. BREHANT.
December 2ncP, 1910.
S.  S.  PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday anil Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster,
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painter*. Paperhaagett
and Decorators.
Estimates Qlvan.
on* Ml;
214 Sixth Street
NEW WI tf MINSTER
'ft
M:.i
'14
A-
trM*tlL*'S r*  PAOte RKJHf.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,   DECEMBER
6.  1910.
/
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J!  *
1
i? M.(  *
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It pre-
serves and brings out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
Onish. lo which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better lt is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
tor all dancing floors.
You can get Johnson's free book, "The
��� Proper Treatment (or Floors. Woodwork
���nd Furniture" and these preparations ot
\ ANDERSON     LUSBY
COLUMBIA STREET.
Those who are desirous of obtaining the best in Business Training attend the "Modern." Enroll now, no
need to wait until the New Year.
Day and evening sessions.
Modem Business School
610 Columbia Street.
i     i
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
We have just received a select
line of Sheffield cased
Carving
Sets
Roger Bros. 1847, Knives and
Forks, Tea, Desert, and Table
Spoons. Just the thing for a
nice Christmas present.
On account of being crowded
for space we are going to sell
our Aluminum Ware At COST.
It will not tarnish or chip. The
most sanitary kitchen ware cn
the market.
H
James &
McClughan
Cor. Sixth and
Front Sts.
J
The Central Hole! 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.
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
City News
Work started yesterday lo lay a
sewer on .McKenzie street. It is part
of the Eighth street seweragei-aystem.
> _   ������        '       '������
Mrs, A. E. Kellington, 44 Leopold
Place, will not receive again until
the first Tuesday in February.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.   Phone K208. *���
During November 250 vessels passed through the draw In the Lulu island bridge.
Davies Green Houses-is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone K 208 ���*
The Ladies of the Maccabees hold
a social evening at the' residence of
Mrs. L. Thomber tonight. Members
of the order are requested to bring
their friends. .   :; , .
There will be a special meeting of
the council on Thursday night to discuss the market amendment by-law,
the fire amendment by-law and possibly the building by-law.
McCain Bros, are here with experienced men and on up-to-date plant
for moving buildings, frame or brick.
Address McCain Bros., 1143 Burrard
Street, Vancouver, or leave orders at
P. Peebles, 020 Columbia street,
city. **
At the eleventh hour the Sapperton
Lacrosse club finds itself unable to
secure the Eagles' hall for their boxing and wrestling exhibition, and the
rendezvous is now St. George's hall,
on Friday night.
George Small, whose name has
been mentioned as a probable candidate in the coming municipal elections, announced yesterday to the
News that he would not run for office
this year.
Miss Cassie Peebles, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at
the Royal Columbian hospital a few
days ago, is progressing favorably and
is expected to be able to lea\e the
hospital in a few days.
The city engineering department
started work yesterday on four new-
sewerage jobs. Ground was broken
on Eighth street, Simcoe street, McKenzie street and at the corner of
Carnarvon and McNeely streets.
Tonight the students o f the Normal
school, Vancouver, are giving a dance
in the Lester hall, and those wishing
to attend from the city may take the
special car which lias been chartered
for the occasion, leaving at 7:30 via
Eburne.
The marriage took place at Knox
manse, Sapperton, yesterday morning
of .Miss Doris Boardman to Angus
.Mclnnes, both residents of Langley
Prairie. Rev. B. G. Thompson
formed the ceremony.
piano duet, the executants of which
were Miss Gifford and Miss Lane and
Messrs. Cadyzien and Courtney contributed an amusing dialogue on the
morals of George Washington. A. McMillan, president of the Guild, was iu
the chair. *���
John Doe, alias Clement Davis, the
Confederate money man, appeared before Judge Howay yesterday, elected
for speedy trial and then admitted his
guilt on three charges preferred
against him. One was for uttering
bogus money at Abbotsford, one for
doing a similur thing at Silverdale
and the third for having bogus money
in his possession at Haney. The judge
reserved sentence.
Today is the opening of Galloway
& Lewis' new furniture store in the
Guichon block, where the flrm Intends
to carry on an up-to-date business in
house furnishings of a good medium
class. The store is one of the best
lighted in the city, and when tlie
available area is increased by tho
erection of a balcony, and the complete stock installed. It is expected
that it will also be in the flrst flight
in other respects. The new flrm will
make a specialty of window shades,
and their motto is "the best is none
too good."
The Public
Supply Stores
per-
The poundkeeper yesterday reported that an unredeemed cow had heen
sold inlo bondage. The sum realized
was $10, of which .0.(10 was retained
for pound fees and the remaining
$3.40 turned in to the city treasury.
During the month four dogs were kill-
e 1. Up to date 540 dog tags have
been issued.
During the past few weeks, the
number of men on the B. C. E. R.
Fraser valley line has been gradually
reduced, until there are now only 150
men in five camps' who are engage,
ballasting the road between Vedder
mountain and Chilliwack. The wet
weather, which renders It impossible
to obtain gravel quickly, is the cause.
Henry Lewis, the unfortunate negro
who was taken in by the police on
Saturday afternoon was examined
yesterday by Drs. Drew and Roth well.
They pronounced him insane and he
was taken to the provincial asylum.
The Guild of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church met last night to decide the to-be-or-not-to-bo of woman's
suffrage, but the result was not so
definite as might be desired. The
judge, Marshall Sinclair, declared for
the affirmative, on the merits of the
debate, but the members by popular
plebiscite reversed liis decision on
tbe merits of the question. Miss Vera
Gilley and .Mins Dorothy Wilson conducted the ciise for the prosecution,:
and the defendants' counsel were
Ross Lane antl Hugh WHsOD. The
evening was further enlivened by    a !
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 nre 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 wo ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
���������������������������������*����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Some Good Buys
��� Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
��� Price $850.00, Terms
| Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600,Tera$
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
**
X
**
I
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
* X I
������������*�����������������<
������������*���������������*�������**������������������������*�����!
Waist Values
Exceptionally A ttractive
Three Special Lines
on Sale, $4.50 each
The showing of waists made at this particular price emphasizes
our leadership ln women's waists. We place on sale three styles
which for mid-season values eclipse anything ever shown in the store.
See the window showing for a first glimpse of the styles on sale.
FIRST���Delaine waists in striped and plain materials in brown,
navy, green, reseda, sky, rose, cream, etc., trimmed in attractive
fashion, making them suitable for afternoon and evening wear.
SECOND���Taffet silk waists featuring many new cuts of front
portion and sleeves. Colors reseda, brown, Copenhagen, black,
myrtle, cream and navy. ' _SJ. $*%.���
THIRD���Ecru and cream net .waists with fronts trimmed with
lace bands and motifs, long sleeves, silk lined, all sizes, 32 to 40; all
specially priced.
Each $4.50
Our Range of
Women's
Neckwear
Holds First Place
We make the   claim   that
n��   store -in   th0 ��
bhows a nicer or !,,���_., s,|,.,
Hon than can be seen hern
By Thursday's express cam��
blpment of ,���.,.,.
novelties Including
evening, scarves
beaded  bows,    knittci    __
Sn��Vea' h'Z   woo]    �����arSJ
chiffon ruffs, Pal8!ey  ,,,,    '
and    collars,    new    i,i,.,twi
jabots, and real lace cul
and Jabots.
a  large  shipment  of
tvear,
beaded
ours
Knitted,
Street
Coats
$7.00 to
$13.50
Something decidedly handsome and at the same time of
the most serviceable nature
hest describest he new knitted
atreet coats. They are German
made of heavy Andalusion
yards in cream, navy, cardinal,
brown, tan, wine, myrtle, champagne, etc. A variety of styles
with or without sweater collars,
pockets; reinforced seams, cut
in regular coat style; all sizes.
Each   $7.00 to $13.50
A Further
Lowering of
Prices in
Colored
Trimmed
Hats
Half price on all the colored
trimmed hats should prove an
Irreslstable attraction to many
women who havenotye !
women who have not yet purchased a winter hat. We are
but following up our usual custom of previous seasons in
making early reductions���clearing out all hats before the end
of the season. The special reductions advertised hist week
brought dozens of customers
who secured satisfactory choice
from the display on the bargain
tables. Today's announcement
will bring early shoppers for
first choice. Remember half
price on every trimmed hat.  ..
Silk Lined
Net Waists
$2.95 Each.
Waists for which $350
would not be too much if ���������
bad bought in the U8ua]
way. In pricing them al
$2,115 each we know thai
they will be sure to prove
attractive to dozens ,,t
women who desire an Inexpensive waist for evening or
day use. Shown In ecru and
cream Brussels net with embroidered striped front'
three-quarter sleeves, sizes
32 to 40. Speaia 1 price
eac''>  $2.95
PLAID SILK
WAISTINGS
60c to 90c Per Yard.
Attractive tartan and plaid
waistin. s In Loul.ine anil chiffon taffeta. The most popular
tartans including Royal Stuart
Forbes, Mackenzie, McKinnon,
Gordon, etc., are shown.
STRIPED SILK
WAISTINGS
50c to 90c Per Yard.
Many nice light stripes in
taffeta, Louisine, Japanese,
vegetable silk, etc.
BROCADED
FOULARDS
$1.00 Per Yard.
Foulard silks, 23 Inches wide,
In Alice blue, old rose, navy,
hlack and grey, suitable fur
fancy bags.
PAISLEY NEAR
SILK
75c Per Yard.
Twenty-seven      inch      "Near
Silk" in  navy and  green    with
light     combination      design*
sheer  antl   particularly  adapted
for usqjunder chiffon for waist-
Yes we can
Clean it
Our
Process of Dry Cleaning is
MARVELLOUS
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to
cast aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R 278 and we will
have the wagon call
promptly   for   yqur goods
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
345  COLUMBIA ST.
**���*********************l***************m
Select your Xmas Piano
We   are   crowded   to   tli c
door   and   another   carload
arriued of the well-known
makers
GERHARD
HEINTZMAN
DOMINION
y DOHERTY
Easy   Payments  if desired
J' H. TODD'S MusiclSoiise
419 Columbia Street Phone 694
^ OPEN    EVENINGS ��
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up
Reserve
...$(1,200,000
^^^^^^^^^^^ 6,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
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 Weatmlnster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
I
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
I
Columbia Street
New Westminster

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