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 port Mann
PROPERTY.
WVHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
?~TOT
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Matfe  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
1 _ tit****1   WESTMINSTER.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,  FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1910.
PRICE FIVE  CENTa
Sestnight school
n 0 WESTMINSTER
hf Enough Prospective Stud-
enteCome ForwardClasses
HAUNTS Of VICE
CLOSED LAST NIGHT
Police Instructions to Close
Up    Obeyed ��� Women
Oo carted. *<**%,,   T ^ave for Vancouver.
Mav be .varieu. ...Un
^^ 's7.1.,. ' 	
nenl o! u night Bcboo
"I
For the lirst time In several mo .ths
The eBtal>      ' ^stmimllei-   bcIiooI ! the  inhabitants Dl  the red light  die
"be ;��� development uislng j trict al the wesl ena of the city were
thrown   Into  consternation   yesterda;
by  ihe interference of the polio
Pursuant to an order given bj Chie
oi Police Bradshaw, the houset which
have   been   flourishing  more  oi   less
Tbe main' openl]     on    Eleventh    and    Quebei
US ENTHUSIASTIC MEtTING
George Kennedy, Newly Elected President, Delivers Optimistic Speech, Advocating More Party Gatherings���
E. Goulet is Re-elected Secretary-Treasurer.
PETITION AGAINST
PAVING THIRD STREET
part
rmr.^'����'������th(> H<'!'��01 boani
ff/ldal meeting held last night
governing ��he estab-
Tlit
w       rf nlghl acboolB.
ROYAL COMMISSION
TACKLES BIG TASK
Residents Divided 0\ er
Question of Improvements
���Petition Handed In.
The    second    attempt    to   Improve
Body Delegated To Delve
Into Technical Education
Has Other Troubles.
when twenty or more
ts. ment
^;;:: '.,,,   age   ot fourteen
I,   intention  of    at
tears "]::.      tool,  such  a  school
streets lust  nighi   closed  theli   doors
and no casual visit** were admitted
There wen   no attests made    The
ordei   was  simply  given to close  up
and  for the    most    pun  it    was    ex
The secona . ieu>i>i w ,..,t..v,.���. The Royal Commission on Inti-i*-
some of the city streets by paving trial training and technical e-iucarfntt
them received a se\ere setback yes-1 in Canada, which meets here early
terday, when a petition against the next week, has probably tackled a
paving of Third street was handed in more laborious undertaking than any
at  the city  hall. I other holy of men who were ever ap-
SuperflcU. ly  it would    seem    tha*  pointed b)  the Dominion governmen*
tlie names signed to the petition rep-  to make Investigations of any kind.
resent   slightly  more  than  the    total;    It   Is  not   the quality  of  the  work
:'lL-"__^____________________________H
established.    A'    1:,R1  night 8 plicitly obeyed     The Inmates ol  the
-���   ' ' :d   considered    this several houses went to Vancouvei  o
leetine ���,.,.,..    remained In darkened houses waiting
und authorized  the uecre-
ailu * I for an early opportunity to leave the
city   or  take   up  their   residence .in   .
different  part of Westminster.
became
At. an enthusiastic meeUng of the Hansard forwarded to the cluh rooms
New Westminster Liberals In the and he thought that the members oi
Liberal club-rooms last night., the the party, more es.eci.iii> tue
officers toi the year were elected as younger ones, should become ac-
lollows- Iqualnted with bom sides oi tue gie-t
Hono'rarj presldent-RIgbl Hon. Sir questions which were at piesent
Wilfrid  Lauriet agitating the country. ,|resent  sunnily   mure   uwu   ����=     >���~���* i     ���-   ���   ���������   -���  -.���--.    --
President-George Kennedy. I    "<'  referred   br.efly  to tie  recenl - rt; t0 ���e affe<-ted. but thev have to doi   it  is the   <r^n<*>
,.,.,, vice-presldent-J. J. Johnston.'victory  ot  BouWuwa  In    ai nuhaska. -        -    ��--    .... .���  ^ -fc��� h.�� *��n*���
Second vice-presldent-A, Hardmr...  He did not, as some ot t.ie Conserve-
Third   vice-president    C    B   Deans, .tive orBans appeared to, see in ��� .,    _     _, _ ���      _     ���
.-,..,     ,      :.   ooulet. result  of tnat  an ejection    landslide ()|at .,)e wo|.k be pro,.,,Pfled with   Beaboard
!. ecuti e   commlttee-M.   Phillips,  for tbe Liberal pany.    Il whs rather,    .. ..  , ������������������,. i* ��.,�� hv.i���      K**-
Iteid. .1   S   Bryson   A.  lv  Kelltag-  ���* sporadic movement to   wiiun    thc
there are other things to be taken which .mazes those who have follow--
Into consideration, and a counter- ed the course of the commission as It
petition  is now heing circulated  ask-  has travelled west  from the MktaOe
Inroi'OsHion -���^^^^^^^^^   ,.
�����, ton. *>������������ through the medium
JL prew  b�� �� '��"�����'  >u('" pr08Eec-
;t,u,,.    ���������"arp hi ^^,rai"'
J tbe ides being that  If Wfflcieat
were    received,    the
At    the    time    the    news
known   las.   night   it   was too late to I or8tandtag" for election again
obtain an Interview with Chief Brad-1 -        ^^" ���   .
shaw  or  Mayor  Lee, ancl  ii    is
J.     USUI,     J.     O.     DIJBOU,     r\.     rj.     rVCIilllfV     ���    ���r .   __.!��!     nil.
ton, li   Douglas, W. L. Johnson,   R. -province ol  Quebec  was  peric icallj
Te Kellington, the retiring presi-' ""xhe Quehee Liberals knew too well
dent, opened the meeting, and stated that Sir Wilf.id ^f ��' ���s <JJj
thai as he had already occupied the fiend as be was the Mend oi everj
chief executive office In the associa- part ol the Dominion. They kne*
tion fo. one year, he would not think   thai   he   was   tne    wre*mtaUve  ol
true   Nationalism   and   true   Impeu.it
It is stated distinctly  in the by-law       N'ew     V'estminster     will     he    tbrr
thai   the signers of the petition  musl   eighty-first   place the commission  !m��^
he the registered owners o' th'' land,   visited.       Starting   at    Halifax   some
It  now   appears   that   sirar  of  those months   ago   and   gradually   v.-orkintr:
who   signet   t'ie   pei ion   boll   t.tir  westward,   it   has   literally    mad��   a
everv  'ots  un(ler agreement  anl    therefore  clean sweep of all the facts relating.
knew  have n0 r'p'l(  t0 sian 'be petition.       |to  the    educational    requirements   oK
'    Speaking to    a News reporter yes-  Canada, and has stored them away in
terday one of the residents    on    the  reams of paper.
sireet registered a slight complaint! A motley crew is this covey of wise
about the wiy the petition for the men from the east; a seven-cell stor-
cessation of tlie work had been eir- age battery of educational facta, a be-
culated.    Those  known  to favor  the nevolent    inquisitorial    tribunal,   tbe
^^^^^^^^^ government
edge for the
of   industrial
ifted  men there
he nresented with diplomas and'chief ol poire and I  e mayor, a
[nspecl ��i    of    High  the large mi |o    .   ol thi   ci Ize -
" w.ii give at, address       !. mi freel:  rumored on tbe si eel
uTrf-.        steed  vil  atoo  give   thai   thi hing  civic elections
.   . ���.   trom    thai    il o do with the a ii m
I * ��� Ring    an.i   ���    ��� rumor could n I    be
r. rovided      lhainnai     i      i 	
.   . ho will ���
L. oncert.
.    secretan   I ���
jl Trusti        een   wg
D, e scho
I, . ..  roysl    ��� ���'Tnii
\. lng and    tc' nical
I, meets    bere    early
I will   presenl   anv
Ke ��� ��� .   commission    re-
p__< lrom     ���   scho il  boird  in re-
, . nai  matters  i i   N   **
MEXICAN PRETlNDER IS
BEPOMTED SEVERELY HURT
lumbia was now awakinj   '���
tion i'i   its  pn.iijon and i  	
P��eed !" '   " xio^.   of "1(f ��^   ll10^  provements at all.
He said thai ;n a resent mutual en- present, was a westmlnstei  ho.   and,    c���^a ot.n.ri thf
couragement   convention    which    the ��"e v-ho h;,cl do!le welL
Conservatives  held    at    Neisoi    fie      Alderman J. J. Johnston, the newly
i    da;   ii was stated that f.p Lib- elected flrsl   vice-president,    followed
party   wus decadent; that it was  Mr. Kennedy and Spoke along    some-
..   .. do      TWs was not the cw-  whal   Eimilar lines, devoting  hinself ]n taxes
-.,   ;  simi'e. n  w ul.l 11   more p-opw to subjects more Intimatelj   connect-
���  the Liberal party was   a  ed  with the    policy    o   I  i     Li eral. property ln
-������.ing  lion  which  was  even    n.��   pavtj   and  the organization    o     the   .];,   .  excla1
etching i - mighty limbs local branch.
ove.-neius hi. bu. ter,  James  Simpson,  one  time  c-indi-
Some signed the petition because ii date for mayor of Toronto���socialist.
woUd he hard on ihe poor man on enthustast, humorist���is probably the
tb. street. If a man owned a large best known of all tlie men on the
hit with an orchard and garden he hoard, although the letters so protftl-
xonld have to pay over $10(1 per year nent after the names of the i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M i members of tbe commission are lftck-
'i e van':  r-ie i  to i "l i -ll    tl^t   in^   after  the  plebeian   signature ol
in  a   growing  city   for  noth    James.
,_D,    _._ .aime3  tbe  resident.    "If  a     Dr. James W. Robertson, M. G    ;->
nan  wants to operate a young farm   8c., LL.D., ot Montreal, is the chaSr-
���   -.  .*���   ������"ml����i""   and   .s  ���.'��
Franc;sco Ma dec Wounded In Pitcbed
Battle���Terrazas  Named Governor of Chihuahua.
Eagle Pass. No-.   24    The Mexican
fifei
I
������-________________**
len ��� wn te    ;>    the board
- .me  of  tb ���  itr�� ' -
In ' ��� Of  the  school  at   Sap-, ^ev
''' W":" R' '"," i",be l!1  toda? ��' Guerrero between his forces
mne Instances they prevented u�� at ���       r���raies    and   cavalry    com-
"'��������� meot the smaller cbU- wa KmMi:    ,
,,.    , .. ,.,  tjim.. ���,e lette   .    * ;;ol;in!-Nililll(11. vi,ld,v.
_ ki      i ���        e children lying 'Y'1" 	
| :���. ,,,������,  ���f getting their | .   )v
Ic ���'������ ,   le on their way to school, h*^���,' unofflclall7  In
This matt ei   tho  board   deemed   of J���'   ""
Inefficient tance t<> refer to thejiej "'''
wra'i1 and the  BecretAry
.    , n   Of   Mi��>      Hea':ie
.���r    of    the    SeveuC.i
,*. ��� si h1  >1. was   tc-
"'' .   ,     c     teOTunandeTln Cludadporflrio Dlas to
McKenzie, prlncip,!  Of ����� 8^|jJJJ������^Jed     ,.,���,���������.     &���*,    ���
Wheeler thai    Francisco    t.  Msdero.
claimant  of  the  presidency   cf   ...c^.
enl*    woiindeil   In   fl   B*
^nd shaking us mane preparatory   to      As a re��..\   of the meeting it    isl        h   w t.j t   the
'''"" wmeprej ��� certaintbal t ere will be a greal deal   .,���,, ,,.���   u      .      Uv_ on a J. agricultural expert
He advocated more meetings   aM  more intore tin  Ltbercl  matters   n' clt        . Qnb      M. Murray B. A. Is the Ul
'      '   ���"   the doings  -f  the the city tlvvt there has been lor some      .,, ..,,,,      ,.,.,,, ���.,nu , ,   .   ,,���   ,���   ������,���..,;��� Canada, the offl
eral club,    Ke had    arrange?    to time and   It   Is probable th&l    th     y 8ignei and it seems as U some of organ ot the Manul trers   asadcla-
���  ;n   th.  , ���     concerning t.ve  will be something In the nature ol a  ,^���,   .,,w  sU,,1,.,   ,, ,    .....   ,,,;.;.,, ,. .p   v��� , ,,          .,      ,.l(,
debates In the House at Ottawa and  revival n the Llbe:al club Itself.        ..,,,,,, wlthdraw thelr nimes,    A f���u  ,,,,,,.��� ������ ,,,��� ,,,���,,,..
-'ii ���   ��� ��� 1 ������ 'l-eporl of the whole situation will be      Hon   '   I!. ArtiiBtrong is n   -   a bai
if  nil   miT  nillTV   nr presented at the next meeting ol the  rister of Sydney,  N. 8., but he was
. I'.llll I   NUl   ulJILIl   Ul i-'iuncll.   where   some  definite  dction once editor of the Halifax Chronic, e
Will  probably  be taken. I     Rev.   George   N.   Bryce,   M..\..   D.I)..
1(1111111    PlllI   4T  1 'AURii IJ      "  is Iniprobubje thai    even    if   a  LL.  lr. F. R. 8. C. of W'lnr.l <*s. ia
t ulMliMl  Ullll  Al   rAnln! If  bSre majdHty favor the paving of the addition to heing a preacher, is also
I street   they   will     attempt     to    force  an   ���'-���--'--   ~**-t  cionHaf  nf consld-
PETER PEEBLES CANNOT     |
Qll.lEIIY IOR M..ERSMN
4���It     was
.litaie7      to-
Alheito Terrazas, millionaire
wiirbringlpoliticiui    and    business    man.    had
Aspirant  for Civic  Hones  Failed
Register   F  -perty   Deed   in   Tim
���May Rei  rn to School Board.
j
to   Oft-Remanded  Case  Ends   ii   Accused
! Bei'ig  Discharged���Complainant
Ken worthy   May   Appeal.
     to    force an  historian and scientist of comdd-
theie views on the others.    However,  erable fame,
they  think  tbat  a  fair ovpressinn    of:     Qaapard    dc   Penr.s,   of    Montreal
���.'pinion   on   tha   problem    should    be  r.-iii    David    Forsyth,   of   l!e:!ii.   On-
sought, tario,   are   the   other   men   who   ��~tH
 come to New  Westminster.
Money for Fire Fighting. It Is dillicil'  to define the scope of
Victoria, Nov. 21.���A by-law provld- the  comml-ion.      In   speaking  at   a
Peter   Peebles,   who    recently    a:i-
|e.abject before the next  metftaf beepJjhk
|oi the'       exe lutlve
  - - ��� - -iPrpSBffiaS S5tffeagS
i would submit v ould be the basis ior
the   .reatest   forward   movement   la
The    plan    to    have   |l(, wju he unable to enter the alder-
t��� ,   " ..   7    .        MMihmitv IQovernor .man Banches   resign   and |       {   ,.OI,,est. owing to the tact that
.    tee  Peck   was give:,  au.hoii    .          ,  ��� ���������,������ ml_,|���n Is said   Ut*\      ^^              ^    the    necesaary
topurchasi   motors for the use of th.   ����J ,,.,,���.,���.,, ,,v the revolution.
(������,. manual tiaii.ii.   sc'iool   and  "' ,   ��������� r)f tha mosl poww
Wee Thornber was given authority |     '    '��' ;         ,        ���, ls a doBe ad-
1   ���   ire vine linoleum for the floor.""' ,m"
of the in .   teachers'    room    at tbe
\ manic contest, owlt.
he  dees  not   possess
i|iiallficatlotis.    The act provides that
to serve on the city council, an aider-
tire for about a week, was dismissed
and the defendant discharged;
The charge was that McGttl,
cn  a  hUitlbg   exiiedition   a  few
agt), hud  pointed    a  gun
Ken worthy,  while  the lattei
IBoys' scliool. ^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_���
I All the members of the bond, wltb
u�� Bxci ��� ��� ,.. of l>r. C.ree:i. were
Preieni . ��� the meeting.
il DEBENTURES
SOLD TO TORONTO FIRM
Vlser  of   President     Din/.     Ho     Is    fl
ibr..thei inlaw of Kiuiiue Creel, minister of foreign affairs.
____________________ ________
man must he the registered owner of  ddrlUg him off his estate near Hatzlc.;
Kenworthy   and   his   assistant   swore l,e,'1��'��<'>n.R
that  McGill had pointed the gun and
i used some abusive language, but the
tt has h,en decided to continue the  U*\JWJRrf the Fgfy���,^
���'t  ,hl,oU1 oromoters<5 the venture are wellsaf* met  in  Edmonton  a  few   da>s   ���
    .....   pioi.iuitia ,j.   ..,,-i,���,,  ,,n enme to
l0��e
Ace
of Ontario  Securities   Company
epted���P.esve Byrne and Coun.
Rumble Going to Ottawa.
SPRING SENSATION
IN WINNIPEG PROB!
Police Commissioners of 1008
Will Assume Responsibility for Segregation Policy.
property   assessed    at    $600 or more.
thai  is to say, he    must    held    this
property   by   dee 1   registered   at     tlie
I land  registry  office.    The ammint  of
j property   which   he   may   hold     under
[agreement of sale does not affect the
qtteirttoft,     There   is   also   a   further
provision     that     tbis   property   must
have leer, registered not less than six
months prior to the dflte of nomlna-
lllon
I r. ^^^^^^^^^
loo  late  in  making    tht
isfled with the success   they are ex- 'When we come to a city we seek the
about $:m�� heing taken in men   ate    interested    \\    Injlhsrjte.
yesterday.    The contest  between  the school   teachers,   fai mei s   and   work
!ei ������,���,. , "wet" aTU'  ��he "dry factions Is still mon     \vc  pet  tliem   t0 come  to Uie
other witnesses "denied this In every t'"m.",!;uuUrn" J'1,!^*' ,h,p    lJ?ptfn?nt3 commission and tell the needs ot tlte
| of    The Trade    being    tn    the    lead localltv an.l to give their opinions *���?
.'   -���  the polls closed  shortly  before to the best method of meeting   tttfes**
Hog of Barnaby   council
I  in tic municipal ball,
iden  were opened    f,,r [ , ,,inted to en<inlre
'' '��� i   $70,01 u  twel e  >car    " '
Wlnnipe.    Nov. -I    '!"'" "   'n8t|   '
mlL.    special     m:",or.rgtenTe
ted to e��� mire Into I >e �� Is
*.*��� **"���     idcwalks debentures    andjw,nnlfes   chief of Poi-e M K��e j
''" ������.!   :, per cent, deben- -ttted on the witness stand t is ar
il   was decided to accepi   '.,, ���;1 tha, he had established such
" '   ���        I  the  ont.nil  scuiiUcs   ( (,i<nlt two years ago. 0"i
s
VTTlnnandal,. Alderman    C    A.
Welsh   Peter  Peebles and  Rev.  K. V,
Smpsra testified as to the defend-
L?S   character,   all   stating   that   he
bore an  excellent  reputation.
ifter Magistrate   Pittendrlgh
 , I dismissed   tbe   case   Kenworth.'.
P,des was only a ^ays ma,., that ^^pendant
midnight
had
Irti-
W. O.
agistration,  but
unfortunately    far
:VIC<.iu��l I ir     ... >��� ..
and  J.   ft.  Crant   for  the  prosecution
BRITISH PARLIAMENT -
DISSOLVES ON MONDAY
im these few days form au effective I
ilis'iualiflcstion. Hanging   Postponed. I ^B...     ^H   TT ���
mi   Peebles itatei yesterday tint I   vtctoria, Nov. 24.���The execution ot jSeverfcl  Liberals  Have Re
be  Wished   to convey  his  regrets    to  flnnner Allen for the murder o f Cap-1
those of his friends who had tende.ei  tain  Blliston  on  Ac.   st  i   boa been      eentlv Crossed Floor 01 the l,   r v,'1'�� P, ,,".n ,
jotTers o'1 service ii  the conrttig eoa- postponed until Febrmry ���>. the stay! nm^m ���   tlie>' were.,tol,I,.,���,c���f"^
****^k*1^^^^^a*a*__.,,ii  heinc erantel hy Mr. .Ins     ^^^^^
of C. S. Davej
,ming  cos-  i"^)*"""   ��� ,,, ,-i -f. clement
i'est'that he weld be unable tn avail being gf��!rt*�� by Mr. JJ*! efi   ^^
       lis   Ml
^^^^^^^^^^���IIIl.ill'1-J     .-in ... .u^..  ! __H_____H^_____________~
- ii .i  at. the   prices
.in        $47,610 respectively. irtea't turn..... *��� -  -- ���,hn
. appotal id Reeve Kyrnc      '       ,.,,.] n-.bt district woman.
111 Councillor  Rumble to go to Ot-   ��"   beer ,  resident here for twenty
tlw.1   With    tha*   ^l.��,,lU    frnm    nfllfT ' ,, ���     WPnt     to     ll" '     :in''     BS   '
cfiAl    character
mai  m<? vv.   ������*. "���'������������-..\_J_^_^__..\,A    application     ^^^^^^^^_
htmself Of their offer at tins t.mo on the   ^PP ^ ^     ���     ^
NV.:P  they  of  the  same  mind  a   >   M   ���� , rf,,v tlifl|. The
,,cnf.P, he ft!80   w.e.n i   be   perfectly made tc^ grant^ ^ ^ hfaving of lr,
wiping to  .a'e the  field, admissible   evidence  al   the   trill   be-
��    i,    within    the bouncy   pes- Jjjl-gj Ju9tlce H���nt0,
__^_^^^^���-- -    -  ��� ,"  I
*ith i .��� delegates from o?b��r )vcnr9
tl's on tlie lower mainland,
[_   '''���'���        esti ui    of     dredging    the
��TB��er
The .��� erk wan instrueted to"call for
,r"'ra additional sidewalks on
w f'.liiiwing road*:     Wilson, Byrne.
sihilitv   now   that   *M 	
\ m ���nere"-'   A pnbllo meeting of   residenis     f
ffhicll , e been made Z ?. Bapplrton has_heen caHedJor Wdfi
   .        .a* nr.Hea commission. He Wftbdrawn his candidacy for the city
S S:  ESS"- '������ ��  -"ieouncil that he will Wede^ the r+
iiuest?
a candida'e for the
to  ber. and Sl
year of    having    too
    candidates  in    the    field    anl
splitting the Sapperton  vole.
needs."
Tiiis sounds very simply, hit H\&
mass of information Hung at tbe
leads of the members of the commits-
slon at every city they have visits!,
has teen appalling. They ask questions and absorb the knowledge contained in the answeis, hut sometimes'
they are subject  to questions.
At   Regina   tl e  other  day   a   workman discoursed to tliem at ten. th ��xi
the  high cost of living and the commission   listened   and   the   steuogra.-
At Pi Ince Albert
^^^^^^            ipth uf water ou
Tfn-isP   Ppct-vti. rr P-'.r v        the    nonl1    SsMwtchewah    betwfNaa
nuusr, i^Baemug ici^y.      prince Albert and Elmpntop and Uie
  'commission   llstenel  and  tl.e  stemiR-
1 rapher wrote It down.    At  Pernio <Iie
[.ondon, NoV.    24.���The    r.c.ice   of   conditions   of   li'e   of   the   worker   ki
Commons completed Kb   (is al   bust ,l:e mines were r'ueed before theui.
_...���,     , ,   ���.. .     at   Nelson  thev   were  told   that   vfi\-
ne.-s   yesterday   and   wll   adjourn   t i-   ,   _ ,       ,,     . , .   ,   ��� ,,
J hotnelv  old   virtue  of  being able  tu
day until Monday when tbe King knlt soel:s was (1yin��� 0..t. At fa.
holds a council to complete formal!- featoon they learned that there would
lies in conr.ee:ton v. i li the c.i solu- ''e fewer weeds on the land if tOe
tion of parliament. . Cl;��r,s "cr? S0*vA 'n station instead
of   confining   tne   land    to    g:owjng
I wheat.
London, Xov. 28.-^Sir John Rees, a'    One would think that the coounte-
Ltbeval   M.   P..  crossed   the   floor  of  sion  was lent on the compilation of
p      "��'ug   roau*:       wuson,   nviu��-.
Price,  Nelson  road   in .rth
, - iver road i ;  in all about live
mi in..
miles o(
Tiie
i'imber.
aylng    sidewalk
awarded    to
.��� ,    contract for
? Jub��ee    road    was
����ep. Davis,
The Burnaby 8td��waHts    Construe
'" hv 'aw passed its final reading.
, .' :n';:"i- McGregor wa.   appointed
Mr
Di
..'
:,i
Jinctlon
"a'.'hig
Ws carried
1 . ,i   IMehe    streets
ness with her. BeamandW see w
,ni!  bonghl  Hie prore t    rowm
Bftfg ^ the -JBU-U"SSRSlBe lh.
Mary,   hospital,   ?���� ��J�� *****��B,ntend' W ���������� ��
^^^���"""""   ,K  "'^^ i^pnonsl-
the House of Commons last night, de-  nn
1   "   during   t'ie   absence   oi'
of    Wes'minster
Mt|OlV
�� In St.    .��������� ���	
undergone an operation whicb   terestin
,,B>  - "through  success-uiiy.  u  t';ffr tfiSSnfl U2S������<
"    '���'"���:-l tbat .she will be able    to  bllity ^.^"J"
"Ta ti;e *��� ���--' *-    ������- ��� '��� *��,'.',t  us die onij
��me.
   ahe wlll he able    --
18 hospital iu about two weeks fr'01  ',s
solution    for
dis-
the
Nd .1 vice in Winnipeg:
Immense Icebergs Tossed About
in Rushing Bering River Waters
Cordova, Alaska, Nov. 24.-A- jjas-1 looseJ���^ ^$Lffi
,,,������ Hood, caused by the loosening | n](j. of ^^ wHch ^^ the Ber-
0f ,he waters of an Internal lake in inR Hver t0 ^..e ten feet ii four
aoHHa clacler swept the Bering ,���������������, these great, masses of ire car-
BertOg   gacier i I everything before them in their
,UV,,r  ""ton   o��f the c'nn'S^  """tl"' rush to the sea. Cabins near the iter
large sec lon   of the optun ^       ^      (,ie      fc of w ter
W?/ ��f ^n�� 's  cabbis  were    swept and then ground to pieces by the   ce.
Mftny rl���v�� fears are ontertulned I    The roar of the flood and the grind-
away and gra^e   eai miu enwrn ^ of ^ lce
f��Ub%!gs of gigantic Z were torn berg, could be beard ,U miles away.
.... encyclopaedia, but hack of all *fm
gaa^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^_^_^^^i^   information   offered, spite   cf   atH
serting the government. Willi im t!le extraneous matter that is same-
Redmond asked the speaker If it was time forced upon it, it seems to te
in or.'er for Rees to cio:s tie bar getting at the basic principle tliafc
on tlie last day of the session against there is something necessury to lljlwg
the government. "That was s'.U'y the education of lhe skillel wprk-
enough to make him a knight," said man from its present state of stagoa.-
Redmond. Ition to a condition of progiesslve. ae~
The speaker replied amid laughter,  tlvity.
"It is never too. late to mend." |    Arrangements  for tlie recertioo ��d"
Other liberals who reeentl.' re- the commission bere have uot yet
volted Inilade the following: Lords been made, but it is probable that the
Portsmouth, Ch rister, Durham, Tem- course followed will be similar tn
pte, Annaly, Mons.n, Northburno and that adopted In other cltfea, andt
Joicey, and the following Liberal teachers, manufacturers; workmen *t*T
members of the Commons: Mark all trades, and others' will bis aak��d s
Beaufray, Captain Allen. Plr '. Pn.se. to appear before the coutmlsetOB aad
Captain Kincaid, Sir J. S.vlnburne give any information that might, *****
Smith. F. W. Chance and E. N. Bux- asked or votuBtcss* any., wthldh �����*
ton Bellairs. Ibe of use.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER jg
1910.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���A GIRL FOU GENERAL
housework. Apply to 301 Queens
avenue.
WANTKD���POSITION ON FARM, 7
yeais experience in general farming. Address H. N., care Daily-
News.
HATT  COOK    Leader of Revolution in Mexico
Has Big Resources at his Command
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527  Front St.,  New Westminster.
Phone 550.
smug, led
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for four months. Apply Mrs. Dr.
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IVANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
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particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
FOR  SALE.
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FOR SALE-CHANCE FOR POUT
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roomed house and two lots- close
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seven room modern house on Fourth
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Westminster, B. C.
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TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 11. 623 Columbia
���treet.
San    Antonio.    Texas,    Nov.    24.��� The    arms    were    smuggled    into
| Francisco  I.   Madero,  who  is leading Mexico   largely   by   lording   the     Rio
: the   revolution   in   Mexico,  completed Grande  southwest  of  here    in   a  re-
| his  plans  for  the  political  outbreaks mote    ranch    region.     The    Madero
in   this   city  on   October   7.    Ile  left estate  of    Coahuila    extends     many
, Jt      m             ��       Ibere the night of November IS    and miles along the  Mexican side of tlie
Architect and Building Constructor.   |orOB8ed  ,he   Kio  Gl-ande  to   his  own river at that point where the crossing
morning, was made.
com-1    In the course of his operations here
mand of 600 men well armed.               ' Madero talked freely of his opposition
Immediately   upon   his   arrival     in to the Diaz regime, but spoke of    a
Room   13  Dominion  Trust  Building.   | gan  Antonio " last montli, he wus sur- peaceable  revolution  and  denied  any
NEW  WESTMINSTER.              i rounded bv revolutionary leaders un- complicity with the revolutionary sec-
til he left' the city, although  he dis- tion  that  has existed  here  for    two
claimed warlike intentions.   He came years.
from   Mexico  disguised    as  a    peon, The Madero family is the wealthiest
having forfeited bonds for his appear- ln  Northern  Mexico.    It owns thous-
!OARD    OF    TRADE��� NEW  WEST   ance on a charge of sedition growing anils of acres of good land    in    Con-
delivered    at    San huila and Nueve Leon
W. P. WHITE
:t and Building Cons
Specialist  in Steel, Reinforced Con-1 ranch  in    Mexico    Sunday    iuor
crete and Modern Building Construe-1November 20,_ jwhere   he   ^ook
tion.    Telephone S0C.
BUSINESS D1RLC TORY
minster Board of Trade meets in tn*
board room, Clty Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tmra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at e p.m. Annua:
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may b*
proposed and elected at any montn
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
ters and solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J- Whiteside, H
L. Edinocds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Wil'iams building. 41 Gran I
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E |
Martin.
out  of a speech
Louis Polos, May 29, prior to the elec- The    loyalty    of other members of
tion in which he was a candidate for the family haa never been questioned,
the presidency against Diaz.                  | with the exception of the father and
Madero was met here by Juan brothers of Francisco. The vast re-
Sanchez Azsoona, a former member sources on this branch of the family
of the Mexican cabinet, who also is are supposed to be available for the
a brother-in-law of Juan D. Cas. ssus, use of the leader in the present out-
former ambassador    to    the    United break.
States, and by Enrique Bordez   Man-|     During   the   more  than   forty   days
guel, an orator for the anti-Diaz party that Madeio spent in this country ho
in  Mexico.    Azscona is a graduate of wus  In  constant   consultation   at   one
Harvard   and   Madeio   of   Ecole   Cen- of the ho'els here with visitors from
trale, Paris. all sections of Mexico, who came and
Madero seldom showed himself and went, i.,,i���lly remaining a few days.
claimed to be opening his campaignl    His   family  is  still   at   the   lu me.
for   the   presidency   six   years   hence. Just   before   Madero   left    the    insur-
He    has    close    friends    here    and rectionists   in   Mexico,   BhipmeXs   of
through them he was able to purchase arms  to a  friend  of  his  in  the   c ty
large   quanMties   of   arms    and     am- were   apprehended    and    it     became
munition���this  fact not being known known   that  he   was  actively   leading
until  after the  revolution  broke out. tlie revolutionary party.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent for the Hall Sa e
Co. Office, room 5, Market Block,
opposite City Hall, Columbia st..
oity.    Phono T.F.7S.
ADVANCES NEW THEORY
REGARDING INDIVIDUALITY
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
Expert Declares Heart Action Is Characteristic and Appears in Handwriting of Persons.
New  York.  Nov.  24.���In  tlie
of the discussions on the value of the
evidence of expert witnesses in handwriting,  a   startling  theory   with   regard  to  individuality  in  writing   has
MISS M.  BROTEN,   public   stenogra-1 ]ust been elaborated by  Dr.  Lindsay
pber;   specifications,    business    let I     , ., ���  , ...   ...
ters.    etc.:     circular    work    taken. Johnson, the  well  known  ophthalmic
Phone   415.     Rear   of   Major    and  surgeon and author of many scientific
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for $13.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 863 Columbia street west and receive reward.  ^	
LOST���BLACK WAGON COVER,
waterproof, between Blackie street
and George Cunningham's blacken Ith s':ou. Finder please notify
Daily  News.
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
I. 1	
'FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
usual greetings between Dupuis, Miss'
Blondin     and      tbe     prisoner,      an
awkard  pause  followed.    Finally  Dupuis  burst out:      "I  want   to   marry
your  daughter,   Mr.   Blondin."
"Will you marry Eva with her
father a convicted mun awaiting to
be taken away to the penitentiary to
serve liis term?" '.
"Ves," readily responded Dupuis, "I
have a good  position  in Ottawa and'
am well able to support her." i
By  way  of answer  BlonUiu  thrust j
his  right   hand   through   the   bars  of
midst! the cell  that  separated  the  two and!
grasped the outstretched hand of Dupuis in silence.
After a moment Blondin said to his
daughter: "Do not worry over the
position of your father. You know
bine blood often runs in tbe veins of;
prisoners. Be a good wife to Fied
when you get married."
With   a   tearful   parting   kiss   from
REAL  ESTATE.
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leal   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm   anil   suntirbin   property
628 and 746 Columbia St.
T.  P. Morrison
J. H. Taylor
Phone 624.
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Who has been in the Tailor Business
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Phone IS. Newest and most up-to
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First class cuisine.  J. Trachy, Prop
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
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Vancouver. Phone 3576. Prompt
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I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27-
The regular meetings of this lodge
ure held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. \V. II. West, N.G.. W. C
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secie
tan
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
works, says the Chicago Inter-Ocean,   the   imprisoned   father,   Eva   lilondin
Briefly, it may be said to depend left the jail with her affianced.
; upon the fact that in a considerable The ceremony was to have been
i number of diseases personal pulse held next month. Dupuis confided to
heats are individual, and that the one a friend, as he confidently expected
suffering from any such diseases can the aciiiiittal of his father-in-law-to-
j control, even for a brief space of be, it has now been postponed until
I time, tlie frequency of peculiar irreg- the spring.
j ularities   of   his    heart's    action,    as  ^_______________________________________
I shown by tnat person's peculiar pul- ��� '	
| sation.
Such a chart is obtained for medical purposes by means of a sphygmo-
i graph, an instrument fitted to a pa-
itient's wrist and supplied with a
needle which automatically records
on a prepared sheet of paper the peculiar force and frequency of the pulsation.
Now Dr. LlnSay Johnson maintains
that the pen in the hand of a writer
serves in a molitied degree the same
end as the sphygmograph, and that in
a person's handwriting one can see
by projecting the letters, greatly magnified, on a sei een the scarcely perceptible turns and quivers made in
the lines by the spontaneous action of
that person's peculiar pulsation.
"To prove this," Faid the doctor,
"an experiment was made by me at
Charing Cross hospital. At my request a number of patients suffering
from heart and kidney diseases wrote
out the Lord's Prayer in their ordinary handwriting. The different manuscripts were then taken and examined microscopically, and by throwing
them, highly magnified, on a screen.
When this was done the scarcely perceptible Jerks or involuntary motions
due to the patient's peculiar pulsations were distinctly visible."
The handwriting of persons In normal health does not always show
their pulse beats. What one can Hay,
however, is that when a document
purporting to be written hy a certain
person contains the traces of pulse
heats and the normal handwriting of
that person does not show them then
clearly the document is ;i forgery.
"I ronsli'.er that when the pulse
heats are visible in a manuscript the
theory is of the greater,! possible
value In detecting forgeries." continued tho doctor, "for hy means of it
once can tell the speed ul which any
document was written. Now, since
when a man copies another person's
writing he is almost hound to write
clowly, the rinding of a huge number
of pulse bents ln a signature is prima
facie evi lence that it is a forgery,
the ordinary man always writing hls
name at top speed."
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An  Interesting  Scene   in the Jail   at
L'Orignal.
L'Orignal, Nov. 24.���Through the
iron bars of the cell ln the jail at
L'Orignal, where Albert Hlo.-.dln, tbo
convicted Mayer of Dr. William A.
Kmpey, of Vars, is confined, Fred Dupuis, of Ottawa, requested the hand i
of Kva Hlondln, the daughter of thc
prisoner, In marriage this afternoon.    I
Before the tragedy at Vars, Dupuis
lived in that village. When the father
of Kva was taken to Jail the Blondin |
family moved to Ottawa, and  Dupuis
also secured employment In this city. I
Before leaving L'Orignal for Ottawa at. the conclusion of the trial today Dupuis and Miss Hlondln visited
the Jail. After having first secured
the permission of the jailor, the pulrj
were led into the corridor Into which '
After the.
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COQUITLA
6 acres  on Pitt  River Road
Price, $500 per acre
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ff fit* >& Above.we show two.siylf -n
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N0VEMBER 25, 1910.
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Speaker Cannon Picks "Plutarch's Lives" ���Emerson's
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Christian Kndeavor World presents '
u symposium in which it sets forth
the hooks which noted persons say j
have been those most helpful to them
during life.
Julia Ward Howe wrote six days
before her death:
"I am so deei ly indebted to books :
that il. is dillicult for me, so late in
life, to discriminate anions them in
the way you would wish. 1 do re- ,
member reading Bunyan's 'Pilgrim's
Progress' when between eight and
nine years old. It made a vivid impression on my mind, iind in the flrst
parlies which I attended in early sy-
clal life, I seemed to find all of Hun-
y:iti's sinners and but few of his
eaints. Leaving school, 1 read <Ii!i
bon's 'Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire.' In later studies of philosophy. 1 was much impressed by Spinoza. Theodore Parker's preaching
was very helpful to me."
Joaquin Miller, the poet of the Sierras, declares:
"1 am frank to say that 'Plutarch's
Lives' and his incomparable comipari
sons is the one book, save the Bible
in whi di i bave ever found the most
pleasure an.l profit."
John Burroughs, the eminent naturalist, gives his choice to "BmerBon's
Kssays ' and to the poems of Wads
worth  and  Wait  Whitman.
Former   President    Eliot,   of    Har-
,vard, presents a most interesting reply:
"In reply to the letter asking me to
j name books outside the Bible that
have belied me most in my life. 1
can only say. fitst, that th.e hooks
! that, have helped me are very numer-
ous; and, secondly, that I cannot
name any small number of books
which 1 think hav< helped me most,
because it is passages ia books, rath-
er than whole hoops which I have
most frequently found helpful. Nevertheless, l perceive on reflection
that the books t<. which I have most
frequehtl} rone for counsel and wisdom are 'Bacon's Essays' ami 'Emerson's Essays.' "
Henry Cahol b flge says:
"There are many books in whlcl   1
ha' ������   found  much  thai   1   cared   for,
and 1 fear 1 cannot pick out one 'fin
the  list with  any  sense  of   satlafa
i i "ri "
Sj eakei   i  innon wrote:
"On the Wahash Bixtj   oi    seventy
| years  ago, bool     were nol      entll
ond i had access to hu' few,   Among
them    were   'Plutarch's   Lives'   -and j
'Rollins'    Ancient    History.'   both    of \
whi di I found very usetul.
"In    poetry,   after    Shakespeare    1
read and  re-read  'Bobbie'  Burns  witli
Thomson  Blk.
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< THE DAILY NEWS.
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FRIDAY.
NOVEMBER 25
The Daily News
*��ut. ish ed by Tfte Dally News Publlsn
tint Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   ot    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing Director I
L��BEL> 4
of the News-Advertiser was, but it
looks rather like it. This snubbing
of the local newspaper, which are
specially devoted to thfe interests of
the city of New Westminster, is not
at all encouraging, to say the least.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1910.
Correspondence
iThe Daily News is not responsible
(or tbe opinions expressed by Its correspondents.)
year with seven members Instead of
five, It will, doubtless, form its own
policy on tbe matter in band, as in
all other matters, and whether by
representatives of the press of other
wise, I ''ave no doubt its doings will
be reporte.l so that any one who
reads can know tbe action taken in
nny mattei affecting the Interests of
tho citizens.
New  Westminster,
1910.
CIVIS.
November
STREET  IMPROVEMENTS.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���As a  resident    ratepayer    on
Third street 1 would direct the attention of the property owners of    that
street  to  the  necessity of    carefully
I weighing   tlieir   actions   with   respect
to  signing  of petitions against    pro-
sue  of  > our  paper  of  the  interview jected Improvements thereon ani    1
bad with ben? members of the schotfl would also warn, them against liscen-
board anl others on the question   of i"S to the arguments and erroneous
opening t*:o nit sitings of tbe board to statements of those responsible    for
leuresentat \es of the press.    I have circulating these petitions.    It is re-
tYiinfis appears to have arisen in con- a,*Q he&rd *_* c ,.,pression of the views Ported  that  some  of  the  ratepayers
SCHOOL BOARD AND REPORTERS.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,--1 have heard, with some interest the account given In a recent ig-
V��HAT      DO
THE      RATEPAYERS
WANT?
Quite  an  anomalous   condition   of
Tiection   with   the   proposed   improvement of Third street.    It will be re-
J.e e.vnr.
of some would-be   members   of   the have been told all sorts of stories as
board who have declared themselves to  the  effect  of  the  paving  scheme
, w   ,���,.a* ""'"""   ---            nronJin favor of open meetings, and 1 have and as to the Increased taxes In   an
cumbered  that  a  petition  by   p.op |wondered lf'they  know. {he (acts o{ effort to frighten them into signing a
��;rt.   owners in tins thoroughfare was, U)e  cafje     fa  Qrder y__t the  people petition  to prevent  the proposed  im-
lirescnted to the council some months | may  know  tl)e acu0ns of the  board' provements.    As  one  who  is  deeply
&.ZO   nraylng that it might be lnclud-iof school trustees    is    it   absolutely : interested  in the  welfare    and    pro-
��� '-���   ��i,���    ..npr.,i   street    Imnrove- necessary that a representative of the S''ess of the city 1 feel that now    i.-s
��d   in   the   general    si eet    improve t            ^^   ^^i   ^ ?    ^  ^ ^ Ume  ^ Qn  ^ street  &.   ^
rments scheme then being consuerea. other metho.., be adopted whereby all should  show  that  we  are  up-to-date
The   request   was   complied   with   by ftbat  should   be  made  public  can  be and progressive and are not afraid to
rhe  council    tenders   for    the   work published ?    Does   it  follow  that  be- PaV  assessments  on  works  that  wlll
c-alled for and a contract duly award-]cause the reporter    is    not    present '��  *"any  cases   double  the   value  of
c.aiici ror ana a *.                                   nothing is known of the proceedings our holdings besides being of lasting
��fl, subject to the passing of the by- lf & ^^ ,    Qm ^ * .^   ��f benefit t0 the city at large
law.    As   usual,  the   successful   ten-1 school trustees���or any    other    body 1   know  of  a  case  recently. where
cterers deposited to the order of the:for that matter���appoint some one to one  man  bought  two  lots  on   Third
��nmcil   a    certified    cheque    to   the report its action?    Moreover, what is street and who is building largely be-
'     atkVara*   *unnas,r*A   Hollars-1 the l'ublic entitled to    know    of the CiUlse  lle  W!IS    informed    that     this
amount   of   several   thousand   aouais         * ��t_.pt  wn�� tn r>r> mvni
(husiness meetings of bodies and com- fc,ueel  "as to do pavea.
iis security for the due performance mlttees ,   should all the details lead- The frontage tax is very light   In
ol the contract.    A considerable time ��� j��� g Up to action be published? In the comparison with other cities and the
has   elapsed    during   the   whole    of j course of an average life the writer benefits to be derived make the an-
_,Hnh tho contractors have been put'bas  had somewhat  to do with socle- nual tax insignificant.
���whnh thc contractors nave peon pui,        ^ bQ&        ^ on            ^ T hope any of thoge who may have
out of pocket by the amount of their, gions   he    hag    ,lstened    t0    digcus. signed   the  counter  petition  thought-
./leposit.                                                         slons which, while necessary in order lessl>'  without  full knowledge of the
Now  that  the  time  Is  approaching to reach the point where action could f;lcts  a,!(i   without  due  consideration
for thc submission of the by-law. sev-'be taken, were altogether unsuited to _��_ reconsic,er,lind ask to have their
the  public  ear,  and  with  the details  names removed,
of which they had no right to meddle.
aire  expressing   strong  opposition   to j    Reporters,  as  a  rule,  do  net  con-
rlic scheme and there is a possibility J tent   themselves   with   stating   mere
that  the  bylaw   will  not  be   passed.'conclusions or facts;  they give their
New  Westminster,
1010.
CITIZEN.
November
24,
The general ground of opposition is,
vis  far  as  we  have been  ahle to as-'
I own   views  aud  impressions  and  not
infrequently    produce   incorrect   impressions. In so saying 1 by no means
vertuin, that owners will be put to a'belittle reporters, nor imply that they
certain   a.rcunt   of   exrense   for   the are uot wise, honorable and judicious
next few vci.rs in the shape of a bet-'men. a,,d invaluable in their sphere.
_., , ��� . I  have tbe greatest respect  for    the
ferment tax    This is of ccu.se .rue, jreporter.  1)Ut ,��� ,���,, n.Uui.e of tWnga
iand evi.'.ent, hut surely these g:od he cannot decide what to withhold
j;cople do not exiest to get seme- from the public in the matter of dis-
Ahing   f.v   Lothing.     Surely,    tco,   it cusslon and detail like one who is in
should  be evident to them that the fej0^^  U;e  doins ��!    \he
: society   or   board   whose  meeting  he
jpxopOSfed   improvement  of   the  street  reports.
-will at on', c double if not treble   the1    I hold no brief for the schoi 1 board.
���\aluc of  theii   properties?     One   or Personally I wish that they and    all
two owrers  are  basing their  objec-1 representative   boards   would   never
.,   ,   ., say anything In  their, business meet
ing  upon  t'e plea that the paving  inga   wWch   w(mld  oftend  I)uMi���    or
��'  the  street   will  cause  this  to be-  piivate ears;   but  in many  cases ut-
came  atttattive  to  speed.ng automo- terances  are  given  to  opinions  with
���biles.    This   however,   i.s   a   foolish "����*<* to characters that should   not
,..'... .,       , ���   he reported, and that  even reno ters
gr-ound of objection.    It such a result  llavp no rJgM tQ hear
should ai tend the paving of the street, it is somewhat amusing to read
then 11 will be easy to deal with the!what is said regarding the non-admit-
ou'e.i.ors   in    the    police   court    and 't(,"ce of reporters to the school board
,romp:.y prevent a resurrence of the ^"^h, ��"e S" to,concl,,de thatl
*        '        ' ; such   writers  and  speakers    do    not
a-.uisan-vc. j read  the papers.    1 speik  whereof I
Ws rtgret to fled there is so much know when I sa>  that eince the   ex-
ol this blindness to    tbe interest    of  clusiop of the reporters the doings of
i,..v,vi.luals concerned and to the wei- ithe board have been duly reported
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Kai-e of  the city  at large.    It is the
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
When the board is constituted next Telephone R  113. Office:  Princess St
.
���which lias kept New Westminster
tix>m advancing to the front as rapidly tis she should bave done. Its ex- \��
��rcise in a matter of this kind will ?,
stultify Ihe efforts of tbe council to: z
Improve the character and aspect of ���
��b.e city. | ���
It is time that property owners rec- j X
ornized   that   every   dollar   expended | J
liy  them  in  the  shape   of   Improve-  ���
tnents  will come back to them with ( J
Interest added and also assist useful- j ��
Iy   In   promoting   the    welfare   an.i  J
pnosieets   of   the   city   ns   a    whole.
Tbis  is  a  most  simple  and  evident
business proposition that any intelll-
i.enf   i#rson should  be able to   com-
inehend.
The position in  which the contractors whose tender has been accepted
for the Third street work, are placed
l>y the threatened holdup of the work, i
requires   to  be   considered.       If  this |
Wnd of thing is going to happen con- j
factors will decline to tender, prefer-
lag  rather than tto    lock    up    their1
money on deposit to use upon undertakings of a more certain and remunerative  character.
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We   j;;in   in   the  expression   ef  appreciation of  the supplement of the
.News Advertiser    recently    published,
dealing     with      New     Westminster.
-which   was   voiced   at  the  Board   of
Trade meeting the other night.    But
-wt* should like to remind the   mem-
tsers of the board that a short time
ago the News published an eighteen-
page   illustrate!   supplement   dealing
folly with the leading features of this
���?ity, and that flve thousand of. these
���were circulated throughout the    Do-
rninicn   and   abrfiad.      Yet .not   the
lightest notice was taken of this by
the board of trade, nor evep a single
<r��py taken by that body for publicity
:tTtrpoBefl.
We should "not llk.e,.to think this
-*s&b because the matter for our aup-
jpikment was not 'prepared by an of-
j. il :1 of the Board of Trade, as that
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Sunday���Twenty minute sei vice from 8:10 a.m. until 11.i    *
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO
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ADVERTISE IN THE  NEW5
��*�����*���
. 1:1, FRlDAV,
N0VEMBER 25, 1910.
Ca
Shops
t;ARD   NAMES.
Footb^T*am   EnterS the
Fiel'
ld With Handicap.
,.   ii   car shops football
The B. l'   '';. ���v'   league,    h-iB    an-
y*% in ' :",i��� ip. ana Judging from
.he fearaom* there will    be
- Ieathe/nl������ the first time they
��.*��>���� ";;;���.,. aggregation. The
6 *ltb f vas follows: Red Fur-
roll of|10IU" ,:..i,'.i, KH'hv  and
my revolver, as something told
might do harm with It.
"Tlw.n       T      .....      ...      .1
me i
I'hen 1
ran to the nearest cold water faucet, and let the water pour on
my head. A doctor wa called ii. ht
away.
"In Haverhill I fell so bad that. 1
cut out my monologue and limited
myself to a boxing stunt. 1 attribute
my condition to overwork. I haven't
had a rest since my fit.it with Jeffries, and I suppose it Is only natural
that something should break. I'm go
ing to give up rny world tour and recover  myself."
I'rlc
THE DAILY NEWS
CLEVER CAPTIOUS CRITIC_
COVERS CHIDE CACOPHONY
Scugog    Screamers    Scatter    Strange
Sounds���Saturnine     Stranger
Scratches Strings of Strad.
PAGE FIVE.
nes
Collie,"-
kfl
full bac
i .. Hub?
Trunky    C
und   Motile Grady
S.otch    M''l<ay. Windy
,,.���������   shawcross.    Chicken
1   '.:,������ Turnbull. forwards;
aml Kan. aroo  Ashworth,
i^^'lano
I Sprint
g.;:;;_ Mascots
iSS^cliJlercer'
PLAYING SAFE.
I    from Hunting Trip, C.
S" is Hugging  Secret
;is missai sage memorial
Jollier,
IS WINDFALL TO WORKERS
.iii'iu,    ******   ���- .   I
;aroo   Ashworth,   Model Suburban City for 1500 Fam
Bruin, Cub and:
to   Be  Built  Nine   Miles from
New York.
A. Welsh
Xew  York,    Nov.
iaainq  oecrei. 	
a  i.r   MrfCav Pi*""* ��f <*e Russeli Sftge Fo
Welsh  and   Dr.   McKay . .. ��� nj ,
The Podunk Courier calls Itself
the paper that prints the facts, and
this la how the new reporter, who
was assigned to a concert given by a
choral society from a neik'hboring
town, handled his victims without
gloves. He said:
"There  was a sound  of cacophony
by night, when the Scugog Screamers
' burst  into song at the bidding of a
��� lies baton-wlelder   whose   moustache   fell
over his mouth like a curtain behind
j which  black deeds had  been  perpetrated, and had it not been for the ef-
j forts   of   the  rival    accompanists   to
score a beat on one another, and incidentally   on   the  Header,   it   ml. ht
1!4.���Preliminary
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
- I have     been    possible    to    determine
��7ai��n  auu   *^  , |     -   -=- -oundatlon,  whether the fault lay  with the com-
Aid. C   A, ,;''., foW days' bunt established by Mrs. Sage as a memor- pogerB or miKi,t be traced to a differed from a lew u��,   B���_AJial to her husband, for the establish -      ���-���-   ���-   "--   ���-��"--   ��'
ana     occiei.                      ....!......���..  .....
���**'- '",',. r   harbor
Id? *
cove,
part)'
posers or mlglit he traceu to a oimi-
encc  of  opinion   in   the  rendition  of
n Pender harbor    a ^ m,.m ()f ��� mode] BuburbaD rity. pro- the^score^AtTlfwas. however, we
vUer,,   the   i em .mi ���   ��     ^   vidiI)i, healthful and beneficial homes     ^���   ���
of city sportsmen ^    ���^,���lMfaW|for persons of moderate means, were|f0oks   of  triumph   which
utyuiB ilu-^^^^^^^^^^^_        were  so  interested  iu  observing  the
Mr   Welsh   absolutely for persons of moderate means, �����    -���   ������--   -���*.��*-
aturday.    *] -��-.��..�����   *~,i.
in
passed
���,.  jf the h    .
a  ticklers  i usually to her own immedi
Mr     W81BQ      aoo.Jiui.vij - iw������    '"     ''* V"     ���������..������.      ,
til Saturuay.    ������*������                secured bv announced  today.                                      nirns ot the face of each of the ivory-
���������  ' ; '" 'Tinting out that he bad     Briefly, the project Is t, utilize    *-   '������****���
till     :'':    .'".',,^ Surry and had not tract of 412 ace,- In Forest Hill Ga
left the     '"' '. 'th0 suggestions    of dens,   Long   Island,   nine   miles  fn
M                '',,', thiB number of  deer New York city, I
"   ��� '             ,. Bhot.    Asked to give Tor 1500 familh
.,    number,   tbe   modest
���JWJ   ,    ared he didn't have the
and lacked imaginaiton.
ner-. e ���.^^^^^^^^^^^_
BOX:NGR.0rvEEDS.N LOS ANGELES
.     Vi , . 3   Nov. 24.���The boxing
,, heen dormaal  since
le: Johnson fight, was
. lda3 when Uann, Web-
ht,   of   Los     Angeles.
; .   ,,-.,   round decision over
Chi
is in Forest, litii uar- ate downfall), that the volume of ter-
nd.   nine   miles   from , rifying  sounds  which   swept over our.
In laying out a town  heads created on us no more impres-
I. ' sion that does the roar of a hundred j
������������������������������������������������������������������������������4 �����������������������������������������������������*���������*���%
* I   SAVE  YOU t MONEY |
I  Chicago.
LALLY    HELPED.
.
cf Lacrcsse   Suggested    Amend-
rrt-'.s   Years   Ago.
i nt..    Nov.     24.���When i
iwj reg:-.' ling  ihe proposed amend-
tl " rules of the N.  L.  I'. as
>.-.        i I  In the   Montreal  Star of
v. is I he proposed changes ���
:;   ��� submitted to the leag te
| Q, for several years pres-
. i 'ornwall   Lacrosse  cluh.
L ��� [dent of tiie N. L. V.,
,   ��� ���  claim  i et Bonul   rela-
: ���   any    of    the    proposed
; ��� lone L   Though now out
.       --���   Mr. Pltxgibbons paid thai
i ��� actively Identified with
C   and  the  big  league he
i   - ' ' Ilea in inline.'tion with
I league were not of suffl-
i to warrant the choosing
i -i b'tit. a thing mention-
as the league president
to  hand',.' matters  satis-
X
t
WATCH THIS
SPACE FOR
Announcement
OF
CHRISTMAS
FRUITS
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18'/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART and QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S. Prince
Albert leaves Prince Rupert on arrival of S. S. Prince Rupert for
Stewart, and for Queen Charlotte City, Pacoil and Moresby Island
porta at 10:00 p. m. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 10:00 p. m. Mondays.days.
Solid     vestibule    trains    of coachaa and sleeping cars between
Chicago,  Detroit,  London,  Hamilton,  Niagara  Falls,  New  York, Toronto, Montreal, Portland,  Boston, etc.    Longest douole track railway
under one  management on  the American continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial  Agent.
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,  Vancouver.    Telephone  30bu.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
E. N. Sutherland
H. V. Ardagh
City Property
FRED. DAVIS
New   Westminster's   BEST   and j
Cheapest Furniture House
655  FRONT   STREET
���"-J - ~     mm , ^
Two full  sized  lots on corner   with  six   room   house,  on   Thirl
avenue  between  Second and Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
12 acres  immediately  adjoining the townsite and  being in  Section -ll.  Block  5,  North  Ran.;e 2 west.   Price $900 [ier acre.
This is the cheapest buy in this district today.
Burnaby
Lot on  Third  avenue  within one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
���     r-a     n mnn Pk/xrio    R17
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
���
.   ihe well known referee,
I ���   and   Mr   Kitzgibbon  had
i. the   franchise   question   in
a:. eetlnga ��� long time ago
i . the com I islon  thai  it
i imething an 1 thai   after
.    been  educated  to   the
lb should be able to com-
:. thing for his release.   01
.;.poimment  of a  leferee
I  |iay  by the presldenl
. . oken of an advocated by
bo many different  me< ���
!���.. gone by that Mr. Lally
did ��� |  like claiming much per
il!   In this line, but be and
bona had often mentioned
i ���     i   tr     While  Mr.  Lally  Is not i
��� low ai       ; irant  for  the  position  of
paid president in lacrosse. (
re free to discuss the question ,i | this was a step In the
right direction but he was afraid that
'te  flrsl   incumbent   will   not   retain
tiie r>'���sition very long. ^^���
HOPE   FOR   HORSE   RACING.
S*eep of  Democratic   Party   in   Chi-
c.go Expected to Better Conditions.
1      i    .   Nov.   24.���Turf    interests
;     Bd   Hiirago   express   the   belief
that a more   liberal    policy   toward
racing may be adopted by the
administration     which     WM
Into power recently.
It Is for the change in admlnistra-
1      'hat the turf owners  have been
*allln_, and although it was said that
1 .... assurance has been m.i le,
1        were   more   than   hopeful   over
r'r     ' ' ll <;n.
>��� ��� .ent that racing Is permit-
I   r-  said  to   I a  the  plan  of  the
' leu  iu  ir>   the  pari-mutuel
1 '       machines Brat, and if no ob-
are itli f��'   to  tills  form  of
'    .'JuKuwlilng   may   be   tried
later otl
me   and   Worth   tracks   are
1 n ibly  good  repair, and  it  is
oul   that   only    a   tew.   days
"    Id  be required  lo  put   them   in
���'���������'��� tov uclng.
Special Lines for Friday and Saturday.   I DARE ���
NOT  MENTION many Specials as the high-nrice ���
furniture stores copy me, but here's the Hummer \
that will make them sit up and take notice. ���
TAPESTRY  PORTIERES
Full width and Three and a half yards long
Worth $6.50 per pair
Our Special Price, $2.95 per pair ���
All colors, Green, Maroon and Old Gold ���
Everything else in tiie Store at equally Low Prices!
UM I *���Extr���ood Buy
1
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
FRED. DAVIS
��� a,
���
���
:
Phone 707        The Man  who Saves you Money i
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������.��.>���������������������������������������������������������������*
You will be pleased with the Quality
and Prices if you buy your Groceries
Two Big Specs!
155-Acre improved farm on
Pitt Meadows I where C. P. K.
have been buying up the whole
country) at $200 an acre; $10,-
000 cash and easy terms.
260 acres, over half improved,
on C. P. K., a short distance
above Port Haney at only $125
an acre: o ne-quarter cash, balance over five years at fi i er
cent. Would make splendid
dairy farm.   Apply to
KENNEDY BROS., LTD.
Phone   335.   New   Weatminater,
JFive room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets.   This is one of
M      the finest view lots in the west end and can
1      be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
W/e
.   AT  ...
DEANS
Phone 386
JACK   JOHNSON    HAS
NERVOUS    PROSTRATION
Lowell, Mass., Nov. 24 ���Jack John-
8f|i Is Buttering from nervous prostra-
t,ii,n      -**^.m^**^*a**m  ...__         Li,.
"MIVIUIK     U OIU      [IKI   VUIM     |..v.��	
The bin chamt lon loses his
memory at times. ~ ' *.-������*������
mi.h   ���
 ,.,   ttL   umt.s.     Fearing   that   he
to|*ht do some harm, he has had hli
*lfp take charge ot his revolver.
Johnson win nil his theatrical en-
Kagatnenta this week, after which he
WH cancel hla bookings, and take a
r"''��� prescribed by his doctor. He Is
"sins medicine now to keep him up
l��ough the week.
,   I'm   not   reeling   right."   said    tlie i
~   '"Mow"   tn   a    surprising   state- i
tteni I,,-ay.
The doctors tell me I've .ot ner
(��Ua Drostratton. 1 ne*'"- ��'ispefit��d
vjat would strike me. Saturday night.
' Uwrence I lost, my memory. I
?��Ula not seem to understand what 1
a* Koing on. I knew that 1 was
wron?, and  I  told  my   wife to  take
Special for Friday & Saturd^
Choice Raisins, 16 oz. pks ���-������-��� 1(��
Dates, ����' - V' ' 10c.
"       Cleaned Currants, per lb      - ... ������ ��� -^
"       Lemon ancl Orange Peel. ������ .- lbs., ^
  ^ p ,i r ^^_m.y> lbs. for $1.00
Fancy Cre*."%Xr we never handled Butter
P�� �� ��* l?^Lm*c��0T- before	
 ���--^ _40c. doz.; 2 doz. for 75c.
Eggs, extra selected      ��� ��� ������ ^ ag th   butter>
^ ^ift1thl^nd vou will come again
Choice CaPrCod Cranberne.   . . ��� ���      ���
"     yCyClc Apple., 6 lto..for86.
Onions, 8 lbs. tor %*��� FF   16 cz. tins, 2ac.
E"�� ^ allTtrE.go Baking Powder. ^ ^
Nice Crisp Ginger Snaps         ���       ^   pk>
Carr's Biscuits      \qoz bottles, 75c.
Beef Extract  .... ��� ��� ��� ���; V ''    BCm Syrup, 2 tins 25c.
W.ahing Powder. 20c pK. _	
~RANGTs ^y, GRAPES
deliver to any part or Ctty
yf.t deliver *���-> *-��� v *��� %_*****
C. B. DEANS
*t    ^******w      ^^ _. j   Riirr  Block
I Ai5 Columbia SU
i pneumatic rlvetters on the employees
j of a shipyard. The tenor, whose pau-
! city ot chest was counterbalanced by
; a certain superbundance of hirsute
I adornment, and who wore his troua*
I ers and his chin rather short, put hia j
heels together and bowed from the >
waist In the manner prescribed by
the Duchesse Novellette for officers
In the Austrian army, otherwise his
performance lacked distinction.
"We   had   wild    hopes    when   the
Blessed    Damosel    stepped    on    the j
platform,  and  although  the stars  in
j her  hair  were  not  seven,  the more
I terrestial   adornment   of   a   red   rose
I promised   well.     Alas,   she    sang    a
I comic   song,   and   the   audience   was
so struck with admiration that it applauded   wildly.     We   often   thought
that Chestertield had nothing on  Po-
|dunk,    It was evident from the first
that   the   basso   profundo   had   never
enjoyed   the  literary    advantages   of
the   tenor.     While   his   accompanist;
galloped through the introduction, hei.
put his left hand in his trouser poc- ] I
ket, then withdrew it nervously, and
thrust  his   right  hand  into  his  coat
pocket,  looked  coldly  at the  pianist
and began lento e con dolore.    The
keyboard sharp got three bars ahead
of him on the lump, but generously
surrendered  the  advantage.    At  the
I beginning of the second lap, however,
I matters were reversed, and Bubbling
Water    maintained     the    lead     ail
through,   passing   the   winning  J?ost
with half a bar to spare.
"The violinist reminded us of Pag
anlnl, whom we have never, heard
but whose counterfeit presentment ls
very familiar. When he waa unfortunate to get a wrong note he smiled
a saturnine, surreptitious smile to
.an invisible Sprite ln the F holes of
i his Strad.
"On the whole, however, the show
was a very enjoyable one, and the
building was proof against the rainstorm which raged outside, Indicating that whatever mav he th" stitu*
of Polunk In the musical world, It at
least boasts of carpenters who know
their business. BH
Contractors and
House Builders
>Ve nave a full   line   of   tne   Dest
Builders  Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as we ^believe" we   can  save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.!|
Insurance
of AH Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT,! EMPLOYERS' ^LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.]
,,,        Strongest Companies*
Lowest Rates Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
Alfred w. Mcleod;
657 Columbia Sift
Phon�� 62
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PAGE SIX.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER *-
1910,
Coquitlam
Twenty acres on Blue Mountain road $300 per acre, on easy terms.
Thirty acres close to Fraser River Mills; price $250 per acre, on
easy terms. '
Nineteen and a half acres on Blue Mountain road, all cleared;
price $550 per acre, on terms.   ,4Q_i. >���*
Ten acres, the northeast corner of block III; price $275 per acre.
All of the above on easy terms. NfHStfr"
Call and see my large list of Coquitlam  acreage.
City Property
HOUSES FOR SALE.
A new six roomed house; price $2800, $400 cash, balance $20.00
per month.
Five roomed cottage; price only $2300, $400 cash, balance arranged.
Six roomed house, all modern, lot 6(1x132; price only $2(150, on
easy terms.
lf you are wanting a home on easy terms it will be to your advantage to see Travers before buying elsewhere. We will build to
suit you.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Walker Block .Columbia Street. New Westminster, B. C.
STRIPPED GIRL
AND WHIPPED HER
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival; Closing:
20:00���United Slates via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via 1!  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
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
CANADIAN
IFIC/
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Sunday
1:00 p. in   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:30 p. m  Daily
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda.
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
Harrowing Tale Told by
Sixteen-year Old Girl of
Her Father.
Edmonton, Nov. 24.���Seldom, lf
ever, has such a harrowing tale of
fiendish parental cruelty been told
in court as that wliich poured from
the lips of the sixteen-year-old daughter of Leon Vanderhouten, a well-to-
do trader of Morinvllie, when she j
look the witness box In the Supreme
court to give evidence against her i
father in the civil action brought
against him for alimony by her
mother, Joseph Vanderhouten.
.Miss Vanderhouten, examined by]
John Cormack, solicitor for the
plaintiff, told first of the brutal treatment of her moi her by her father.
In savage fits of temper and without any cause, site had seen her
father strike her mother with his
fists, throw Iter on the floor of the
kitchen and furiously kick her. On
one occasion be had called hls children who were standing by in fear,
to bring the blacksnake whip. Fearing to disobey him, the witness had
done so. He then attacked the mother with the whip, slashing her about
the body indiscriminately from head
to feet. Ile had continued this beating until, growing weary, ne threw off
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon,
December 12th, for the erection
of an Office Building at southwest corner of Hastings and
Carrall streets, Vancouver, B.C.
Drawings and specifications
can be secured with requirements upon application to W.
Marbury Somervell, architect,
at 43 Exchange Building, Vancouver, B,  C.
Lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
W. H. HA2LITT,
Purchasing  Agent,'
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
j    FOR  QUICK  8Au"
���h
80 Acres Water Front Property, two_and one half
miles east from PORT MANN.   2620Jeet front'
on Fraser River.   A very choice tract at a
snap.    Price and terms given on_application t^~tJT
Co.
Movius Land and Loan
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S   \
'��ung *
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itfBMMW
THE MAN WHO CARES I!
5:00 p. m...
13:00-Victoria  via   B.  C.  B.  R. |TQ pR,NCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
(daily  except   Sundav).. ,:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R. 11:0�� I1- m...l)ec. 3. 14, 27, Jan. 7,_21
(daily except Sunday)^. 7:30 |TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
Every Monday j his  coat   and  then   began   again  and
15:00���United States via G. N. R
(daily except Sunday)..10:00
12:10���All   points   east   and   Europe  (daily)     7:30
23:00���All  points east   and   Europe  (daily)    15:13
12:10���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      (daily     except
Sunday)         7:30
20:00���Sapperton     ancl      Fiaser
mills      idaily      except
Sunday)        15:16
12-.10���Cotiuitlam    (daily   except
Sunday)         7:30
13:00���Central     Park     and    Edmonds     (daily    except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Bur-
quit'am   idaih     except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
' did   not   desist   until   thoroughly   exhausted. I
At   other   times   the    witness    had
seen   her   father   throw   plates,   cups
  land saucers at her mother's head. He
Dec   fi   ''0   Jan   3   17   31   was   in   t,,e  habit  of  calling  her  the;
most frightful names.    In the dead of
11:00   p.   m
..Nov. 22
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00  a.  ni.   Monday, Wednesday ancl Friday,
Leave Chilliwack 7:no a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED, GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
II.  W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A... Vancouver.
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CAHADlAN
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Friday)     	
Ladner,     Port    Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
Annieville.  Sunbury idaily ____^____ms^^^
except   Sunday   .' 13:34 Train    ScrviCC   NeW
Westminster
0
���9 "GOULET, Agent C. P. "R.
Arnv.-is.
0:00���Annacis Isl ind Monday
Wednesday and Friday       " 1
10:00���Woodwards        (Tuesday,
Thursday    and    Satur-
9:00-
day 13:30.    10:30���From   Vancouver  and   Agas
-Vancouver,    Piper's    Sid- 8l^   ..   ._ ��� ���_.
in.     via     G      N      R 12:1ft��� From     Montreal,    kemtenaj
(daily ��xcBpt'sunday) .'.14:20 and Wtanaaan.   (No. 97).
11:30-Cloverdale and Port Kells * .:*n-From  Vancouver.    (So   96)
(daily except Sunday)..!i:'00     "^O���Fron Seattle and Mbssion.
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        , \a:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30��� Burnaby dartre   Idaily ex-     I	
cept Sunday   10:00 ; >V��mtreal  (No. 96).
17:50���~*o Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    <No.  1).
80JH. W. ;FftODIE, G. P. A., Vancouver
couver.
22:50���From   Montreal   and   Nicola.
(No, 1).
Departures.
&:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Montreal.
VI: 00���Tc, Vancouver.    (JSo. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kotfienay and
.'0:00-
-Abbotsford, Matsqui Huntington, etc. idaily except Sunday)   	
15:45���Cneei��r_, wtttte Rock and
Blaine 1 daily except
Sunday)      	
15:45���Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
",,)
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m
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night, in winter or summer, he had
forced his wife and daughters out of
hed to unhitch horses and stahle
them.
It was when questioned of the
I treatment which she herself had received at the ba . is of her father,
that the most re.ol lng story of inhuman conduct stunned the cars of
the court.
Tired of beating his wife, Mr. Vanderhouten at. times resorted to the
whipping of his children as a more
fiendish means of giving their mother
pain. When he had made an un-
j reasonable request of his wife with
which she refused lo comply, he
would say. "Well, 1 will beat tlie children until you give in." He would
thftn half strip the ����o girls, the etf-
'est of the family of four, and assault
tbem with the blseksnane whip.
Miss Vanderhouten said she had
been beaten many times by ber father, sometimes till the blood Came.
Twice he had stripped her istark
naked   before whipping  her.
Once he bad, after removiin:; all
her clothes, bound her feet together
with a lasso and suspended her by
the cord t(. a beam ln th# Eftttic of
the house. While she hung theie,
her naked body swinging in midair,
he struck her with a blacksnake whip
until blood was spattered over the
floor.
At this point in the utory of the
witness, Mr, Justice Stuart interrupted with ihe words:
"This  iis   a   most    harrowing    tale.
Are yoo  telling the tntts.?"
"I ani.'."
"It is almost incredible, and if
true this man should be in the penitentiary,'"  continued  Judsse  Stuart.
"Yes, my lord. He should be in
the penitentiary���if this is true." assented H. H. Robertson., who is appearing flor the defendant.
The witness again asserted that
she wat telling the absolute truth
and tliaa her story wouitil be corroborated ibv her sister, who had witnessed the same things af which she
had told che court.
The plaintiff and defendant were
married *t Gembloux, Germany, in
the year ISM and lived Chare and at
Brussels HSU 1898, when they came to
Canada. Bince that timt- they have
resided at St. Pierre. Moiinville, In
dependence and Riviere qpri Barre
in the Pro .i. re of Alherta. There are
four children In the family ranging
from  live to.ixteen years tallage.
The   plaint;',    claims   allmatk.    from
her husband rod an Injunction order |
restraining   hits    from   disposm;   in
Ithe meantime nt his property. wfcJued
flat $21,200.
I
We don't appeal to the MAN who
is not at all particular about his
clothes���to whom a Suit is a Suit,
a Hat is a Hat, a Tie is a Tie, and
one kind will answer as well as
another. No one need take any
pains for that sort of MAN.
We appeal to the Man who
is very particular about what
he wears. About the Fit, the
Style, and withal tke  Price
We appeal to men who know
what they want and won't take
anything else, men who are up-
to-date and dress accordingly.
By this class of men our
smart SUITS, our elegant Overcoats, and our correct Haberdashery, at reasonable prices, are
appreciated.
Handsome New Models in Winter Suits   ;:   $13. $20 to $25
Choice Overcoats in all Correct Styles   ::   $15, $20 to $25
Hals from the best Hatters and exclusive Haberdashery
from makers with a world-wide reputation ^^
REID & COM PAIN Y |
L601   Columbia St.                  The Store of Sa  titfccl crl
MJHBBflHBM^^^^^^^    aaaa--���am*   ���   ���������
I
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HOSPITAL
Westminster PKWtt_ Hospital.
2. .1 Townsend tt Maternity
amd non-contagiouM medical
cages accepted. Terms from
$ 15 weekly. For furthw particular* apply to Hospital. Telephone  755.
ThatTBest Bsker
in G&nacfa
A good ovon if the housekeeper's delight. A
porvr'one is th ��� despair (f licr life. That'-. \;'.:y
wtwant to tell y<m about this Chanoellor,
A special divided Due mi ki s
tho ovi n a perfect baker.
Thera is not a ranso in lhe
country can heat it.
T:
trial an
I I 1;"!1. ^^^^^^^^^
Com: in thc store whsr
|i:
if
rj can neat n. 1^^^   'C)  >    I
iking day Instead of Ix-ine a      ^^l?-1uil^V^r?^    )�����' '���'V|
town and let it* explain t> you just how ihi; flJC' distribute!
tA-e-.i.    Bakes ia front just oi
is uppec
the  heat  evtniy over thc
well as back ���under crust as wei
>' HI   Jj:
whole i
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painter*. Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
M ,W  WESTMINSTER * B. C
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster Trust Bulldln.
New Westminster, B. C.
"hone 661 Residence  Phone  133
TheGumEYommsrm
means a marked saving in fuel, and better bakin* results     Tho
Chancellor not only ch.es its work be_er but al less cosi than
other ranges.
We can demonstrate to you tin whoKr-i-wl'-.t.rn,       ��        ���    ������     ���
and efficiency in ten minutes. " ' hanceHor principle oJ
Isn't it v/crth that much, ,f >;our time right now ?
J ho Chancellor is male for eith r coal or w n\.   Qto GurnavOxford
if economy
of every sort, fer every purpose
Special d.^Qlonstraiion uoiv.
md all kind,   of fuM.
pumoy-uxtora ut-sit
on displ ty on our fl
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
681 Columbia Street
*���Worn wi*jBa'.t^t.T-jjwa_wii|yi��j.issu��. 0VEMBER 25. 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
'!ers
1 Bl
address
Ottawa,
Ten
tlie   ��u��� oy pep
I"11;'  no """
UP '
InK near Carcross, Yukon Territory.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the offlces of T, .. Neelanda
Inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver; w. B. Ditchburn, Inspector of
Indian Agencies, Victoria; it
Miller, Assistant
Whitehorse, Y. rl    ^^^^^^^^
of  the   Yukon,   Dawson     City,   Y.   '1'.,
jand Percy  Reed,   Mining    Recorder,
and endorsed   on.Carcross, Y. T,
lender    for    Prince |    Each   tender  must be accompanied
,,i" will be received by a marked cheque made payable to
j the undersigned for a
1911, | five  per  cent of tlie
TENDERS
(Ml   to thc   under
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a posi planted at tlie east side of the
extreme head of the north ami of
i   ��-  i i   r.'"""'  . ",' Urainey's inlet, thence east 4(1 chains,
I,.'";'1 \\ ntaslone?, thence south 60 chains, thence west
tl.e Commissioner 40 chains, thence north
post <,f commencement
which lt
HAMILTON'S    MAYOR    IN
TROUBLE   WITH    EVANGELISTS
ail cliains to
^^^^^^^^^       Purpose for
is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
��� tin
sum  equal   to
mu " �� January, 1911> Iflve per cent of the amount    of the
Third Day ( . g (}|loy Ue,)0t tender.   The cheque will be forfeited
in the Province of if the person tendering decline to en-
Including the ereo-'ter Into a contract when called upon
,,(] Concrete Wharf, to do so.    If the lender be not accept-
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
nstruc
%M*���*��*
it >���   Columbia,
S^'1;';:;:;:;;^xrestio, pm
WW!  :;       !  i-nney,    Buoy    Shed,
Bouse  with DwelUMS,   also
S'��re?\Sia.i.m    of    Drainage    and
thf     ""       .    mo
Ww 'JS !    qca.ious   and     Articles
Plans, BI��; mi.iV be Heen and forms
i"'" '       ,,,   may  D6 BOO"  a""  ������"*���*��� -,*���������'   ������ *-**       - ���
n(Ag ""        ,,r'..d   at   the     Depart- amount of the contract.
1     .   ���.l,.r     l.loilirill     hi.    	
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I. William Robert
Dick, of  Vancouver,  B. C, occupation
��������� ��� .,,���  ���,_.������,  ...�� real eslate dealer, intend to apply for
Cheque will he held until the contract l"'n"issi"n to purchase the following
is signed, when it will be returned.       described lands:
The successful tenderer will be re- Commencing at a post planted
(lulled to furnish a bond in s dlsfac-,al,<)"' twenty ,halns nor"i from the
tory sureties for a sum equal to u1P i southwest corner of    Timber    Lease
	
ed the cheque  will be returned.    In
tho event of acceptance of tender tho
5"thifTMarine  and    -----
tne"' ��   .'.',; office of the Agent    of I
Fisheries,  Ot
ta*'��
the
eries
at th"
0f  Marine and  Fish-
The lowest or any tendet
sully accepted.
The  unauthorized  insertion
38769, Texada
not neces- i^1!^  cllulns
Island,
thence
east
west
Hamilton, Nov. 24.���The controversy between Mayor McLaren and
the McCombe Bros., Evangelists, who
are conduct ing services at Zion Tabernacle resulted last nl. lit In the
congregation of that church passing
a resolution protesting against, tlie
Injustice of the insulting language
! used by Hamilton's chief magistrate
ito two regularly ordained ministers
of the Methodist church.
Jeff McCombe, who comes from Toronto  conference,   declared   Hamilton
was one of the most drunken cities in
j Canada. The mayor retaliated by re-
|ferring to the Evangelist as "A non-
idescrlpt   preacher   and   an   Itinerant
peddler of religion."
McCombe  said   the  mayor's   retort
was a slap at the face of Methodism.
"If he sets himself up as a fair ex-
TO BRING StTTLERS
OUI TO ONTARIO
I FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
I   AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711. Box
CO.
160.
Legislators Go Primarily To S*
Induce   English Farmers
To Come To Canada.
of
,,,,,,,,1   ol   Binug   *******   *  ���    -	
ll('1 ii c'    Halifax, N.S., St.,advertisement  in any  newspaper
this
will
Victoria
v���   Ouebec and  Montreal, at not lie paid for.
N  onTce, Prince Rupert, B.C., I
Custom House, Winnipeg,
mi tenders, on the ten-
John
the Po��
and it the
Jtr/repaVVbrthe    Depart
Wf0"n, i Qsldered.
ider  must  be  accompanied
. accepted hank cheque in favor
b:''aD ���_,   .-,   Minister of Marine and
.q'ual  to  live  per cent   of
.hole    amount     of   the   tender,
lh!it        ;���.��� will he forfeited if the
* Jf l tenderer declines  to sign
^Article   of  Agreement above re-
the ' '    ' or   fails   to   complete   the
IeT.,  ,nhi>' to contract   Cheques
iirt according w temk,rs
J.   lh
McLEAN,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1   Secretary.
Department of Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa, November 4. lino.
tlience      ^^^^^, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
south    eighty! am[,]e   0f    Methodism."   replied    the
.             eighty    chains,! raavor, "ae libels that great denomin-
ice north eighty chains to point of! ation
mencement,  containing  C10  acres I     xh
cliains, tlience
then
com     	
more or less
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, B, ('., September '!, 11*10
The resolution passed by the Zlon
people says the mayor has deliberately  insulted  Canadian  Methodism.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
.ent. ^^
Bach tend
����� an
Fisheries eq
NAVAL SERVICE OF CANADA.
New Westminster Land District.
CUSTOMS SALE.
To he sold by public auction under
Vic-
Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for
tuals   for   the   Naval   Service.
SEALED  TENDERS   addressed  to
the   undersigned,   endorse 1   "Tenders
for   Victuals"  and   accompanied   by  a
certified   cheque   ror   10   per   cent   of
the amount of tlie tender, will he received   up   till   noon   on   Wednesday,
" mnanvine   unsuccwDiiu    ����-v.- November 30, at  the  Departmenl  of
"turned. the  Naval   Service, Ottawa, for   the
"i.1' i   ��� . Miient does  not  bind  It- supply  of the following commodities,
....  im  rialivArari  at  the  Naval   Dock-
,ake notice that .lames Davis Smith "he provisions of the Customs.Act, at
of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation build- the  examining    ware ho use    rtjjj
,   . i    . , .     Westminster on  Thursday, December
er.   mends to app v for permission to.     ,M"""     '     '��� a��� '   ���_,__��. �����
.,       .1,     , ,       ,,   j ' 1   1910   at  10:30 a.m., fit* packages ot
purchase     the     tollowlng    described;1'    ,'.'', rl'"  ,' ,.,..j    ���r
.    | goods wheh  have been forfeited    or
Toronto,  Nov.  24.���To  Induce  English   farmers  to  come  and   settle   In
Norfolk  county  and  to  preach  tariff
refoim   from  tho  Canadian   point   of
view are tbe objects ot a visit to be
made to V.nt .'and by A. C. Pratt, . I.
!?    P.     V hen   last   in   England   Mr.
Pratt moioted through the rural dis-1
trlcts  from  Kent to Gloucester, and
succeeded   In  Inducing  a  number of
good farmers to emigrate to Canada I
and   settle   ln   his   native   county   of j
Norfolk.    Mr.  Pratt  goes  entirely  at]
hls  own  expense,  feeling  that  as  a
public  man   he  considers  lt  part  of
his legislative duties to Interest himself  In  the  welfare  of  Ontario, and
particularly of Norfolk county.
The primary object of his trip to
England Is to secure good settlers,
nnd after that Mr. Pratt will try to
show the English people the advantages of a system of protection such
as  Canada enjoys.    As  a  protection
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8.00
a.m., and every halt hour thereafter
until li:50 p.m.
Care leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
\ 8:00 a.m., and every halt hour thereafter until 11:00 _.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half   hour    thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 2:00 a.m., and every halt
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
1st
a
��if to accept    the  lowest    or    win-  ������    --      ^^^^^ Dock
���e"dt'r | yards   at   Halifax,   N.   S.   and    Esqui
Newspapers copying this  advertise-  malt,   B.   C,   Beans,   i haricot I   Choco
Mnt withoul  authority from the De- late,   Flour,   Jam,   Marmalade,   Meat
Mrtmtni wiil not be paid for same.      preserved     (Corned     Beef,     Mutton,
���       ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,        Brawn),   Milk,    condensed,    Mustard,1
- *���  -���-.. '--.��  Oatmeal, Marrowfat   Peas, Split Peas,:
Pepper,   Salt.   Suet,   Sugar,   Vinegar,
Tea. Coffee, Rice and Raisins.
The  period  of  contract   to  he   for
one year from December 1st, 1910
Forms of tender may he had   from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized    publication   of   this
Notice  will  not  be  paid  for.
G.  J   DESBARATS.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department   of  the   Naval   Service,
Ottawa,  October  25th,  101f*.
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
Department of  Marine and  Fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada, November 8, 1910.
TENDERS.
Commencing at
I). Smith, S. \V, coi-nei
the northwest corner of pre-etnp-1
tion, No. 2951, tlience north
about 60 chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east 60
chains more or less, thence south 80
cliains more or less, tlience west 40
cliains, more or less, thence north 4h
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster, October 20, 191C.
TOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS.  AEant
nost  marked  "J I which are In default for payment of;      ,jkelv Bettlers the advantages that
|A.,3L     IM.V1, o.t   .     ..    _     ,__.     ... ���    r*....lr.mn    T   <�� **.' a .. .    . m       . ��      t....~,r.ra      anil
Lanaua  enjoys.     /\��  a   (m.,.^....,..       e\��-i��   ���,.���,
Mr. Pratt feels he can point out 0n  Sundays cars' leave" West minster
      ' ''"' '     "     -            *-     * n    m  mr.
*>.   I
atlduties under the Customs Laws.      '. ,    "i .     .
aLl    ,,,.   .        . ...       A.m*. 'protectionists  offers  to  farmers
List of goods on     e and to be seen   '  , .. .. ..    .        ,,,
��� ��� __.       others.    If time permits he  will
and
also
at   the    Customs      Office,      Express  """*" \ .'.
���   -  ���. .._  n..,���v,   /-><��i.,������  speak on tariff reform from a   Cana
Offices  aud   Railway   Freight   Offices
this city.
Terms. Cash.
New  Westminster,  R.C.,  November
15, 1910.
ANGUS MUNN,
Collector of Customs.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Auctioneers.
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
1 Weatml nster.
dlan  and Imperial standpoint.
More capital,   it   wns    ex- *_____1^_________\
plained  by  Mr. Pratt  yesterday, was! Great Northern  Railway.
brought into Norfolk county last year j Leavea     New     Westminster
than for many years previously. a m   arriVes Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Capitalists    are   fast   withdrawing i Leaves    New    Westminster
their money from England and eager, a_ m ���   arrives  Seattle  3:15 p.m.
|to  Quit the  country.  Many  are com-j Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
8:17
10:30
LAND  ACT.
Dis-
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
lie andei Igned, and endorsed "Tender for ' o truction of two 180 cubic
l,n dump scows for dredge
"Hod Lark Hritish Columbia." will
te received al this ofllce until 4 p.m.,
f [le ember   !i,   nun,   for    the
t.: of the scows mentioned.:
ind specification and form of
under may  be  procured  at  the  of- Notice
: il   A.  Bayfield, superln-
!��� Dredges,   New   Westmln-
s-        ('    where  form  of  contract
lay a .   seen.
>   ideations   and    form    of
f " also be seen and forms
1    '   ��� ained   at   tlie  otlice    of
t leraoBs   resident    archl-
.  B.  C,  and  at   the  De-
NAVAL     SERVICE     OF     CANADA.
otice      Concerning      Tenders      for
'     Clothing  and  Kit for the  Seamen
'   Service.
of   the   Naval
SEALED   TENDERS
the    undersigned.
VmenVV.:"" Public  Works,  Ottawa
tenderlni are notified that
,,.. . ,, i,e considered unless
printed forms supplied,
... ;   with   their   actual   signa-
. ....    ,|.eir    oc, uptions    and
. |ence of  each  member
of I must  be given. I
ler must  be accompanied
:���, an . eepted cheque on a chartei-,
ed yable to the order of tne
B ��� .    the    Minister   of   Public
. 1 to ten per cent (10) ol
the amounl of the tender, which mu
be forfi led if the person tendering
decline I enter into contract when
Billed to do so, or fail to com
plete tin  work contracted for.   If tbe      ^
tend,-     ���    not   accepted   tbe   cheque    rs^ Overalls
will be iei inied.
llv Order,
R   C.  DESROCHEUS,
Secretary.
epartt lenl   of   Public   Works,   Ottawa. Ni vember 18, 1910.
Newspapers   will   not  be   paid   for
addiessed   to
  endorsed  "Tenders
for Clothing and Kit" accompanied by
samples and a cei tilled cheque for 10
I per cent of the amount of the tender.
I will be received up till noon on Wednesday. November 30, 1910. fur the
fi Rowing contracts:
1. For the supply of���Roots, Uniform Radges and Rut tons. Fnderwear,
Bocks, Stockings Jerseys, Comforters. Cholera Belts, Leggings, White
Shirts, Collars. Towels. Rlankets,
Beds Red Covers, Knife Lanyards,
Hruslies (Tooth. Hair, Clothes and
Root I, Combs i horn).
���J. Blue serge. Duck. Jean, Drill,
Flannel and shirting in the piece.
3. For the making un of the folio.v-
ing garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpers
(with and withoul cult's). Duck Jumpers, Trousers, (Duck, Serge Cloth)
Overcoats, Monkey Jackets, Shirts,
Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars,
(round  and  peaked). Cap
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Raggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de
scribed  lands: i
Commencing    at    a    post    planted
about   one   mile northeast   fronl th*
head  of  Hillings  bay,  and  about    4o
chains easterly from    the   southeast
corne* of timber lot   number    37341,1
thence   north   40  chains,  tlience  east |
40  chains, thence    south    40  chains
tlience   west   40   chains  to   point     of
commencement,  containing  1G0   acre?
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August Hi'. 1010.
NOTICE.
The undersigned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
he will conduct the real estate bus!
ing   to   Canada   and   investing   their
money   in   fruit   farms.     There   is   a j
tendency on the part of people with
money  to  invest  to  get  away   from
England.
Mr.  Pratt  will  be  away  for  about ]
two months, and hopes, In addition to
he will conauct tne reui esmie  uuoi-i.nu ...���-   ,
ness under his own name.   Tlie office j his special mission to the farmers In
on
Twelfth street is for sale.
D. D  BOURKE.
arrives
arrives
arrives
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.: arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
i    Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
..��� _ __^^^^^ Leaves  Seattle  4:35  p.m.
the  south  of  England,  to  visit Lan- New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
cashlre. \    Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m
R. R. Gamey, M. P. P., is also go-1New Westminster fi:30 a.m.
ing over to England,    lie, too, is pri-1 *~
marily interested in bringing settlers G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
to  Ontario.    He  repudiated  the  idea \    Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
----|---^-^^_         ^^ that tariff reform is a purely English Icept   Sunday   from   biidge   passenger
problem. station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives  at  Port
Re-Survey of City. |    Others   who  have  accepted  lnvita-iGulchon 6'.30 p.m.
Property owners intending to erect; tions to speak in England are A. W.l     Leaves   Port   Gulchon   8:00
stone or concrete boundary walls, or, Wright and Major Currle, M.P.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
OF
a. m.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Take Notice that I. William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver. B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acies of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
chains, tlience west 60 chains, thence
south 100 cliains. tlience east 50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which it Is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. 1910.
fences, should refrain from doing so I
until the re-survey of the city is com-;
plete. as there is no provision in the
[special surveys act allowing for com-j
uensation should the existing boundaries prove inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall. November 24, 1910.
Caps
(Combination Suits),
The   period   of  contract   to  be   for
one year from December 1st. 1910 for
Articles   tn   Schedules   1   and
from January 1st, 1911 for Articles
Schedule 3.
I    Forms of tendei
the undersigned.
this advertisement  if they  Insert  it,    unauthorized   publication   of   this office.
without
ment.
Re an undivided half of the   southeast quarter of section 9, township 13,
New Westminster   district.   Whereas
^^^H .proof of the loss of certilicale of title
may be had from number 11985F, issued in the name of
John Sweeny   *���-- 1-����" fiiBd lu   thla
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Notice.
Merchants  requiring  rings in  curbs
of sidewalks on Columbia  street, for
the purjio.se of hitching horses, please
notify tlie city engineer at once.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CITY Clerk.
City Hall, November 23. 1910.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
2   and
n
.      1SBUCU   ***   *������-	
has been filed lu   this
erusoment   u   iney   u*m****   ���*������    in����"'" -    ���      ,. . ;    Notice Is hereby given     * '   '
authority   from   the   depart- Kotlc. will not bs; ^. RATS at the ^^11^0^00^
AUCTION
BERTH
The
right  .f
Berth
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
Tie Secretary, Department of Indian
Affairs Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope, lender for Alert Ray Girls'
Home, will be received up to noon
Deci bei 30, 1910, for the erection
ol,tt frame boarding school building
���Li Alett Hav (Cormorant Island i,
B.C. i
Plana  md   specifications   rosy   be
Been      the offlces of T. F. N'eelandi
Inspi  tor   of   Indian     Agencies.   Van
couvei    w   E. Dlchburn, Inspector ��  cense
Indian  \gencies   Victoria, and W. M.^he  tollowlng
Halllday,  Indian  Agent,  Alert   Hay.       'of
b nder must be accompanied
; irked cheque roa le payable to
' ��� m lerslgned for a sum equal to
1 ' ��� n enl of the amount of tender.
Tl o tue ffill be forfeited if tho
'���" dering decline to enter into
;i contrarl when called upon to do ��o-
lf the lender be not accepted the
Cheque will be returned, ln the event
ot acceptance of tem'er the cheque
*' 1 be held until the contract is
Bi&ned   wl en ll will be returned.
n" successful tenderer will be re-
Wired to furnish a bond In satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to tho
amounl of the contract.
The lowesl or any tender not neces-
accepted.
SALE      OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
date or tne ma, ru...	
a daily newspaper published In the
City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to ine in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Ofiice.  New   Westminster, B. C.i November 15, 1910.
cul  timber under   'I-
No. 536, comprising
_\  the   i'i evince
British Columbia, will be offered
��� the His, t pi Ice ot
, of survey, at
^^ on   Wednesd I   the
-St h of December next, at the office
of tie Don inion Timber Agent .it
New Westminster:
Timber Berth  No. 535, situated in
the   Province   of    IV tt ish   Columbia,
comprising Section 28. Townsliip 39,
Coast
at  public auction at
12,570.00, including cost
/'o'clock   P.   M
Meridian,
nn at,
shown
Mr. A.
n  May,
containing
or less, is
sig
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby   given   that   The
Fraser River Tannery. Umtted a n   .
.nrwrate,   Incorporated   unaer
SggS   Columbia   Companies
ia<!7    and   Amending Acts,   can/.
^n busSss  In  the  District
uUui-.er  and   PrOVInce
hnvlne  app led  to   n'��  =��
coiumoia  having app (n
rellency.   the   QO\�� certain
,he   southerly   Bhore     of        e
river.      situate      on      the
the
Act,
of   New
of British
site
on
Fraser
foreshore
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the Cor
poration of the City of New West
minster having by resolution deter
mined and specified that it is desirable to carry out the following works,
that is to say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, paved roadway, boulevards,
and storm sewers on Third Street
from Royal Avenue to Sixth Avenue.
And that the said work shall be
carried out in accordance with the
provisions of the "Local Improvement General  By-law 1909."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor  having  reported  to the Council in accordance with the provisions
of  the   said   by-law    upon   the   said
works giving statements showing the
amounts  estimated  to  be  chargeable
against  the  various  portions of real
property to be benefited  by the said
works and other particulars, and the
said   reports  of the  said  City   Engineer and  City  Assessor  having  been
adopted by the Council.
Notice   is   hereby    given    that   the
said   reports  are  open   for Inspection
at the ollice of the city assessor, city
hall, Columbia street,  New  Westminster,  B.  C,  and  that  unless   a   petition    against     the     proposed    works
above  mentioned signed  by a majority of tlie owners of the lmd or rea
property  assessed  or  charged  in   respect    of    such    works, representing
at least one-half in  value thereof is
presented   to   the  Council   within   fifteen days from the date of the first
[publication  of this  notice the  Coun
mmm results
H HRNGGU, IB.
GIN PILLS Brought Relief
"I suffered untold misery even when
under treatment from the liest doctors
for over ten months, aud nothing seemed
to do me any good or relieveaiy painful
condition. My troub!. was Inflammation of Kidneys ami Bladder.
I finally determined to go to the Victoria
Hospital, Halifax .for treatment.
Two days, however, before my intending departure, a neighbor called and
happening to have a GIN TILL in
his pocket, insisted on my taking it. I
did so and six hours after taking it, the
results and benefits I derived were
simply nothing more or less than miraculous. Instead of going to the lwiital,
I sent for a box of GIN TILLS with the
result that I am a cured man. I recommend GIN PILLS to everyone suffering
from Kiduey Trouble."
Lewis MacPherson.
Take GIN PILLS on our positive
guarantee that they will cure you or
money promptly refunded.    50c. a box
dally, except Sunday, arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
q    N    r.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a. nv,   arrives
hridge passenger station. New Westminster!   10.20   a.m.   dally   execept
STedaCes New Westminster bridge
nassenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
���6 for $3.50���sent on receipt of price
if your dealer does not handle GIN
1'ILLS. Sample box free if you write
us. National Drug aud Chemical Co.,
Dep��. B.C.. Torouto. 52
Traoc Marks
Designs
- r�� ����.        Copyrights 4c.
Anyone tending a iikotch and doncrlntl.in ma.
Jnliklr lucertaln our opinion free wliotber an
lOTentlon Is probably patentable. Onimunlra-
tlon��Btrtotl. ronBdontlaL HANDBOOK on Patent*
lent free, oldest avenr. for eecurtiiffpatentn.
PiUeut* taken tbrou. h Munn h Co. reoelvs
special note*, without charge, bl tha
Scientific American.
-���   -���*-">'"������� iiiiMtnted weekly.  I*rgeot et
mBfii" ajmSifhf r su Yt**t��.i<*m U* C.
WeBte?ot 640 aces mom or*-. - I .C.�� being Jff*^*^ (2)  ,��� the
on plan of survey. -; \. ,vod and eight ^\.J,mlnsieT and pro-
^thtdDofL-record8UK ^|KeVSh Columbia, have    de-
Branch  of ine
of   blocks   "A." ',Bjl^[^ul^r^roceed"wlth tte   proposed
being portions of lots seven
���***���    y."������
Improvements under such terms and
conditions as to the payment of the
cost of such improvements as the
Council may by by-law In that behalf regulate and determine and also
Dr.
Price's
Cream
BafeiiMj
PoWder
1
sarih
The unauthorized Insertion of
advertisement in
not he paid for.
any  newspaper
J. D.
McLF.AN,
^^^^^^^Ji Secretary.
"I: "'   enl  of Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa, October
26. l!H0.
TENDERS.
s!''\U:i> TENDERS addressed to
'je Secretary, Departmenl of Indian
^'T''' ��, ft lawn, and ninrUed on the
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Hoard-
lng School
Hoc n j.
be secured o0ntaprHcaCrown
decretory
,.,,,,   1910.
Ottawa. October
designed
agent .ti Nefl
__. ,wl'l
February '.ti.
be  received   up  10
1911, for the ere<
ion of a frame boarding school build-
COAST LAND DK���" MM>
.ted In accordance
_ 0e-C?,,,1.euVents o   section 7 of
wltn the reaulrementl W ,on
Application for the position of City
Treasurer will be received by the un-
dersiijy.4 up to    Monday,   the 28th
Inst., at 5 p. m.
Applicants to state salary required.
PP W.  A  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, November 8th, 1910.
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a question as to the absolute
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it raises.
1
���
���
���
Dick, "fo
\%**a<
V*
II
<
"     PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
I j
k
*
i'Af-y
_p>-
li
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves und brings out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
finish, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Jusi try It and you will see how
much better it is than any other .olish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for AH
��� Wood."  Use it on your floors and wood-
I   work, too.   Johnson's Powdered Wax U
��� for all dancing floors. ,J^
1      You can get Johnson s tree book. The
I Proper Treatment for Floor .Woodwork
fl and Furniture" und these preparations of
\ ANDERSON &LUSBY|
COLUMBIA STREET.
Rev. E. W. Bartlett has succeeded
Rev. C. W. Houghton as rural dean
of New Westminster District.
Dr. A. D. Buchanan, who was operated upon for appendicitis in the Vancouver hospital three weeks. ugo, was
able to return home yesterday.
For sale, lot on Twelfth street, near
London street, $7f>0.00; easy terms.
Apply Me.Adam & Irwin. **
The Coquitlam boom contiuues. Mr,
Quilty of the Junction Inn. yesterday
refused $70,000 for his property at the
terms offered.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays,  Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
NOW
is  tiie  time  to buy  a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big pinter stock Is now in from
the best makers We have them at
a low price and we liave a kind
WE GUARANTEE. We have als 3
Combination  as  well  as
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will pay you to look over our stock
of RUBBER GOODS on display in our
show window.    Try  us for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
CurtisDrugStore
New    Westminster,    B    C.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
Boston baked beans at tlie hot supper in the Odd Fellows' hall Saturday |
night.
Mrs. Maria Fallen was buried in the
Roman Catholic Cemetery yesterday.
Father O'Boyle was the officiating
clergyman.
The automobile trip planned In-the
city fathers to inspect those districts
which have applied for electric light
has been postponed until Saturday
afternoon.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R 208 **
Fred J. Lynch, deputy grand worthy president of the Fraternal Order
of Ragles, will pay a fraternal visit
to the Nanaimo Aerie this evening.
Pies just like mother made at the
hot supper Saturday night. **
At the po'iee court this morning
the adjourned case of robbery and assault against Adam Postello will be
called when the evidence for the defence will be beard. There is no
other important case on the docket.
As a result of the accidental discharge of his shot gun, Millard Harvey, of Sea Island is in St. Paul's
hospital, Vancouver, with injuries to
his arm.
St.   Andrew's  dance,   Xovember  30,
in the Odd Fellows' hall. Tickets from [
committee of the Sons of Scotland or
at >the  door.    Gentlemen    70    cents, j
ladies free. **
The funeral of Mary Lavery will ;
take place at ten o'clock this morning
from tlie family residence, 318 Tenth j
street. The interment was fixed for i
yesterday, but circumstances compel-:
led a i ostponement.
High school commencement exer-'
cises, under auspices of the school
board, v.ill be held in the Opera house ,
Friday. Xovember "Jotli. at & p. m. :
Address by J. Gordon. M. A., Inspector,
of Ili_h schools. Music by the or-j
Jchestia and Glee cluh. Presentation
of medals, pi izes and certificates.!
Free to every one. **    I
The upper    portion    of    the    river'
channel  to    Chilliwack    is    suffering j
from a jam. and tlie Chilliwack Hoard
of Tra 'e is calling on the local Hoard |
to take the matter up witli Dominion
Engineer Keefer, With a view to having the river dredged at that point.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.    T'hor.e  R208, **
Sheii.T's sale at Steed & Hewlett's
bakery, Columbia street, Sapperton.
on Tuesday, Xovember 29, at two
o'clock p.m., of bake oven and equipment, flour, scales, show cases, counters, shelving, horse and delivery
wagon, etc. **
A small fire broke out In a house
at the corner of Fourteenth street and
Fifth avenue yesterday evening, Xo.
2 Fireball responding to the call. The
blaze started in the kitchen, but was
mastered by Mr. Hutton, who lives in
the neighborhood, before much damage had been done. The house belongs to S. F. Holt, but is tenanted
by a widow.
burglar. On Investigation it was
found that the alleged burglar was a
perfectly respectable man who had
an appointment in the vicinity.
Secretary Wade and D. S. Curtis,
representing the Hoard of Trade, attended a meeting in the Hoard of
Trade rooms in Vancouver yesterday,
at which representatives from the various municipalities interested discussed matters affecting the lower mainland.
Sheriff's sale at Steed & Hewlett's
bakery, Columbia street, Sapperton,
on Tuesday, November 21), at two
o'clock p.m., of bake oven and equipment, flour, scales, show cases, counters, shelving, horse and delivery
wagon, etc. **
Hot business men's supper at Odd
Fellows' hall, corner of Eighth and
Carnarvon, on Saturday from 5:.10 to
S p.m.   50 cents. **
Try a "Want" ad In The News It
will bring results. ������
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. ���'
The Public
Supply Stores
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
Millinery���Miss Dave)'-, ladies' and
children's practical milliner, 411 Sixtli
street, near Fourth avenue. Hats and
bonnets renovated and remodeled.
Ladies' own materials made up.
Charges moderate. *���
The numerous hold-ups in Vancouver are making some of the good people of Westminster nervous. The
oilier night a man was seen pacing
hack and forth in tlie residential portion of the town, and a complaint was
made to the police that he was acting suspiciously  and  was probably  a  (
Look Over
our groceries nnd then judge
whether they and tlieir prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. Tliey
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look tliem
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
!������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
T. A. MOIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Some Good Buys
��� Fall Size Lot, Ha-nlltm St., near Lord Kelvin School
X Price $850.00, Terms
% Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $630. Terms
x
��� 3 Lots oa 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $300.00 each, Terms
See us about Port   Mann
CHOICE ACREAGE It. 5 AND ID ACRE PARCELS
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.,
��� X
:
Our Offering of Trimmed
Hats at $4.50 each
Again featured for
Friday and Saturday
Last week's sale of popular models at this low price Induces us to
make repetition of the same remarkable values. The showing has
been repleted by making further reductions on higher priced models
nnd by trimming some two dozen untrimmed shapes in the very
latest styles. The array of hats on sale at this popular price affords
a choice not usually seen hereabouts. Two days only, Friday and
Saturday, each    $4.50
Special Lot of
Odd Bedspreads
Friday and Saturday     95c. each
Regular $1.25 and $1.50
Sizes are (10 by 80 and 68 by 80 Inches, in white hemmed and
plain end, soft Marcello bedsp eads, and English Damask and
honeycomb bedspreads with pi tin or fringed edges; full sizes as
mentioned. Only a small number, so act quickly. Regular prices
$1.25 and   .1.50.    On sale to clear Friday and Saturday, each  ...95c
SILK   LINED   KID
GLOVES
$1*75 per palr
Two styles shown In tho..
warm comfortable   h,, ' "
p ,ii!(:" ��ven ;;  ;,:
tips.    Heavy can    i.,,       r
Fr'\M,,;',iii' ���*��: ab:
with    do,,,,,    tasternera   *
shades    of   grey,   ,     '    ���
bwwn; and i *. ��   *��d
to 7V��; per pair ..     ,.$J*
KERSEY ( 'OTH
COATLJGS
$1.50 to $2.00 yard
Cloths  particularly   adam
for making up Into child ,���
coatg.   Tbey are 54
wide, in plain or Bergi  twin
finish, heavy, n,,,, am] Bh
in    nice    shades    ,;    navy
green,   brown,  scarlet   Hghj
and     dark    cardinal    gre..
wine.   etc.     iv,    ,,.. ,   $1,53
to     .,.���
Irish   Linen    Tea    Cloths
Two Days only Each $1.00
Regular $1.50 end $1.75 values
Christmas shoppers will do well to put these down upon their list
and shop Friday and Saturday In order that they may secure one or
more tor Xmas gifts. We'are clearing out a few odd pieces i:i
clothes. 30 by 30; 36 by 36, 28 by 30, 28 by ?,i\, is by 64 inches. All
pure Irish linen, white, and all good quality. Regular values .1 60
and $1.15.    To clear two days inly, each    $1.00
HEAVY BLANKET
COATING
$1.50 to 1.75 yard
Very   heavy.   . |     j,,  ;i
wool  blanket cloth,  suits
for   men's   smokln.    Jai
Shown In plain, dark red al
$1.50 per yard, and  ii
navy plaid at, per yard $1.75
THE   CHRISTMAS
SHOWING OF
NECKWEAR
grows  larger    day    bj   ���!
Kvery day brings somi   ���
neckwear. Already ou
Ing  affords   a  lane   varli
from  which to ch i   i
gifts.     Beaded   coll u
sets,     shawl     collars
scarves,  knitted  colla
throws,     marabot
Dresden  collars,    re
Jabots    and    collars,
collars, etc.    Manj   of tin
are sold In Individual
of a tractive appeal
prices, eacli. . ,   25c to $1C0:
See the Special Display of Xmas
Handkerchiefs���Saturday Night
Our entire main store ��� Iven over to the display of over loon dozen   of  plath   and   fancy   hand
chiefs.   TUe most  varied and complete &l:ov..ns in B, C.   We invite you    to    do    display    Sal
evening. i
Royal Cily Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO
TO UK CLEANED AND DYED
BY THF NEW AM) PERFECT  PROCESS.
We have wide experience In
Cleaning and Dying.
Machinery and skilled work
people. In fact we liave every
facility at hand to give you tho
BEST WORK  FOR  TIIE
LEAST MONEY.
Gowns    and    Costumes,  Gents'
Suits,  Gloves,  etc.
G.  F. BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
a*
it
\l
*>
*>
SSTWK! FITTINGS
AND   OFFICE
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and  Ce-llne.
PHONE 4'3
LYNE'S
Hew and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   DAILY  NEW.
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 c!?e
that is go'cd in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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