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11 ^v
.... 1910
Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING,  NOVEMBER  28,  1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
WJBS*11   [KIPLING DEFENDS
SUTING HERET0-D.F -*���imms���
Board Will Meet In City
Hall This Afternoon -Stay
Will Be Short.
N e��'
Westminster will be visited
hhj" afternoon by the royal commit.
jion'on industrial training and tech-
Imj education, It is generally called
,DW technical education commission,
tl,e otber  name  being   too  long  for
general use.
lames Simpson, advance agent, and
oD�� ol the "u,st prominent members
^ tlie (���mnmisslon, was ln Westmln-
u,r yeBterday sizing up the situation.
i\e mul his wife stayed at the Hotel
Russell for lunch, but did not remain
it tbe city-
Tiie program aB it bas been mapped
out Ior the visitors does fiot give
tliem very long in Westminster. They
y* already In Vancouver and will
Come over from there about half past
two o'clock. For the flrst two hours
ol tlieir stay they will be driven
around the city and arrangements
bHV* been made to take tbem to us
many industrial enterprises as possible.
^ |:30 pm. tbey repair to the
city hull where they will meet representatives from the board of trade,
the city council, the school board.
the teaming staff at the High and
public schools, the local Council of
Women, the manager of the business
, ... representatives of the trades
.and i.i'''' council, representatives of
some ol the I lg industries in the city,
and in facl any or all people who may
In some waj throw any liuht upon or
gn any Information relative to the
great prdlflem of technical education.
.'. ���. ting to the program published
in the Vancouver papers the commis-
I ��� luled tn meel there again
gtsix o'<:'��� k and if thai Is the case,
tttj will have bul little time to ai ���
.ftevidence In no matter "Row con-
fewi a form.
I ose who are to appear
More tbe commission has nol houi
nude oul ae yet, bul representatives
��� the case Of the different    In-
r; . ���< !,',,>,. the commission will
nnotroti and mstructed this morning.
��� is known, none Of the
\>. 111 bi eak here as they
ly.. iny In other places. Dr. Robertson haa an address, "The Call of the
liti'l." rhich b�� has delivered in
toeng ol places, and .lames Simpson.
M ��� ��� Ms seMlons as a member
ofllie commission, is an able speaker
entlie local option question and has
freely given expression to his views
'-' ���'���-.' r ' 'fi the prairie cities.
Wter ' **__-**' Vancouver and Victoria the commission Wlll have completed iis labors as far a.l Western
Canada is cpaeernett, but rtiere are
snm. plaoeg jB tbe T'-iMed States that
tbey ��m visit before msturnl.tg to the
east
Snowflakes Flutter Here in November
for First Time in Seven Years-
Light  Fall  in Country.
HOUSE Of LORDS
.New Westminster received its flrst
fall of snow this winter yesterday.
After an abnormally fine day for this
time of the year on Saturday, it
started to snow early on Sunday
morning and kept it up dining most
of the day. Snow fell at Chilliwack
and other places In the Kraser valley
on  Friday.
Yesterday's snow, according to government reports, was the earliest re-
< i ded sit.ee the year 10U3 when snow
fell on November 12. In the Intervening years snow did not fall until De-
ccr.il 11 ami in two years December
was free from snow and there was
none recorded until January of the
next  year.
The following are the dates for the
last eight years:
1903-04���November 12.
1904-06���December 24,
1905-06��� January 1.
1906-07���December 30.
1907-08��� December 25.
1908-09���Jaiiiur"  '. .
1909-10���December 2.
1910-11���November 27.
STATUS  OF   PROVINCES
IN   CANADA   CRITICIZED
Peers Subject Of Striking
Contribution To English
Political Controversy.
LIGHT REGULATOR
ARRIVES AT LAST
Illumination Of City Will Be
Bettered ��� Porch Lights
For Every House. .
London,   Nov.   27.���Speaking   at   a I
banquet  at   Brighton,   Rudyard   Kipling, the famous author, made a striking  contribution to tlie political controversy over the house of lords.
"Our   ancestors,"   he   said,
Ottawa, Nov. 27.���S. S. McClure, of
McClure'a   Magazine,  New  York,    addiessed  the  Canadian club yesterday
on   "Some  Problems  of  Government." |
Tlie   first   problem   of   government   in
the I'niied states was better enforcement of the law and better protection
ol life and property.    In this connection   he  quoted   Andrew   1).   White  to
the effect  that  5Q00 men, women and
children   will    be murdered    In    the
United States within    the next    few
months.    Control    ot Industrial    corporations,    absolute   neei of   a pure
race, and  the negro    qui si ion    were
other   problems.     Mr.   McClure   said:
If 1 were able to give you advice, 1
would give you advice cn the foil w-
ing lines. First, I would make the
matter so clear and plain that every
man. woman and child should know
ii in their hearts that the most important instiluthm in the world today
for human peace and justice and the
maintaining of tlie great highways of
trade is the Hritish navy. That is one
point. Second. 1 should regard t e
b.-ced of men as important ps t e
breed of horses and cattle. That Is
another point. Now. my ne * olnt
will not get applause I am afraid. I
should reduce the status of tne provinces to about that of city charters
and make this a real nation and not
an assemblage of more or less semi-
sovereign states."
An announcement which will cause
joy to hundreds of citizens was made
on Saturday by Alderman Gray when
he stated that the new light regulatoi
for which tlie city had been waiting
for so long was now iu place and the
chose' "n'11 department is now  prepared to
.   , instal new lights wherever It is shown
rulers for their courage, craft, wisdom tJmt U)ev ^ neede(,
and expeilence. Our forefathers) The alderman took a trip around
knew that men would not work to the the city on Friday night and the
utmost for any ambition that was likely spots for the lights were
bounded by the terra of their own chosen. One of the flrst moves made
lives, but that some men would work will be the Installation of thirty new
for the permanence of their house arc lights, fifteen of 100 candle powei
and the honor of their sons who came and fifteen of thirty-two candle power
after them. They said: 'Let the son These will be placed at the corners
of the picked man succeed to his which are now in tlie most utte
father's place in tlie council when his darkness and more installations wil
father dies.' Tliey knew that the follow as the need arises,
son of a picked man, if he is any When the installation of the light
good at all, is often very valuably is complete, New Westminster, pre *
equipped with the results of his fa- portlonate to the size of tlie place,
ther's experience and observations, will be one of the best lighted cities
which lie has absorbed unconsciously  in the Dominion.
in bis youth. ) Alderman Gray has another scheme
"If such a man were no good, our which he hopes to see made possible
ancestors knew he would disappear shortly. This is the placing of a
more quickly from the assembly of the light at the city's expense on the
picked men than he would from an porch of every residence in the city,
ordinary crowd, where the standard'The effect of this will be that travel-
of success and the penalties for fall- lers at night will have no difficulty in
ure were lower. Achievement which finding the number of the house they
benefits the kingdom, heredity which are looVb for, and the multitude
gives resonsihility and incentive to of lights will add greatly to the gen-
renewed    achievement,    independence ' ���'	
which inspires fearless advice���these Big  Gambling  Raid.
things   were   vitally   important   when |     New York, Nov.    27.���The    biggest
MP BUSINESS TO BE
01SCUSSED AT COUNCIL
SINS Of TONGUE
ARE MANY AND BAD
Single Tax Proposition Will Be Introduced by Aid. Welsh���Paving
Petitions to Be Considered.
Evils Of Slander And^Gossip
Described In Sermon At
Queen's Avenue Church.
The city council will hold its regular weekly session this evening unless
the technical education commission
makes some changes in Its plans and
decides to stay here during the even- gh(,  is  ,���-���.���   .,   Inm,u,r(.ss;
ing, ln wbicli case  the meeting  will |
.robably be postponed.
ritei e are several matters of more : Methodist church last evening, in the
than passing Interest to come before' course of a sermon on "Some Sins of
the council this evening.    The chief |the Tongue," the preacher taking for
"Gossip is the worst pest of society,
and rumor Is not only a lying jade,
declared
}Rev. C. \V. Brown at Queen's avenue
an,(,ti-r these li the resolution for tax
reform which Alderman Welsh is
���schedule! tu bring up.   It was to have
his text the  words, "Thou  shalt not
bear false witness against thy neigh-
i'ome b^'oie the council last Monday bor.
night, b.rt owing to the fact that A1-;
lei man Welsh wne out of the city it
was not brought in.    Tlie debate on
this  question,   lf  there   Is   a  debate,
This commandment, he pointed out,
should not be translated in Its narrow  sense, as having reference only
ought to be one of the most interest- to perjury in the courts of law. Over
ing that the  civic  fathets  have    in- and above and beyond these was the
lulged in this year.
great court of public opinion, he who
Then there is the Third street paving proposition about which there is bore false wltness by means of slan-
nuch to be said. The city engineer der, calumny, back-biting, slashing
and the assessment commissioner will criticism, or any other form of un-
bring in a report as to the merits of charitable speaking, was by no means
the petition, which has been signed the lesser transgressor. Dr. Spurgeon
against the scheme, and there are once said that If all the sins of the
other petitioners to be heard from , world were made up in two bundles,
before the council take action. , that   containing   sins   of   the   tongue
 I would outweigh the other, and    this
was found to be borne out in many
FINED    FOR    BEING   "NUTTY."    I ways; by the plethora of worda in the
" language   more   or  less   synonymous
Defendant Tried to  Blow Out   Head- wlth 8iander, language being the mor-
hght  on  Street  Car. la reflex    of I)eopie's    thoughts    and
Paducah. Ky., Nov. 27.���Officially al reflex of people's thoughts and
charged with heing "nutty" W. W. verbs exhorting to an avoidance of
Watson, who gave his home as Louis- these sins; by the fact that the
vllle, Ky., was tried ysterday in po- preater part of the Psalmist's troubles
lice court for attempting to blow out came from the speech of bis friends
a headlight on a street car. He was and enemies; by Christ's numberless
fined, but on the promise to leave the appeals throughout tbe New Testa-
city, was released. Taking a Btand ment to bis disciples on the subject.
in the middle of the street car track,' it was true, however, thnt not all
'���:��� '��� I   social   club   in   East  Fott/-|he rolled a cigarette, and flagged No. the evil-speaking which resulted In In-
England was in the making, and sure- raid on an au0ged gambling house
ly we have in these things the begin- that N-ew York has seen for many
ning of the house of lords." day- waa led bv Deputy Commissioner
The house of lords, le claimed, was  Drlscoll in person yesterday against a
today what it had heen fiom the first
���a body of democratic arletocrafc, second street. Seventy-nine prisoners 166. When it came to a halt Watson finite harm was intentional. More
chosen after trial and observation out were taken, k took ten minutes nard attempted to blow out tbe headlight, evil was wrought by want of thought,
Ol an aristocratic democracy to guard v,ori; with axes in'! crowbars to bat- with' the result that he was arrested, than by the want of heart, anl many
life of the nation. And ter down a htv;e d<or that, barred the I This wns the first warrant issued a clean living, church going Christian
entrance to t'ie room. there, making the charge "nutty." Iwho abhorred sin In its more obvious
j guises,  by  means of  some  petty  re-
mark, some venial sin of the tongue.
if aristocracy Implied tbe wealth oi
inherited tradition, if heredity meant
the instinct of accumulated experience, then was tbe bouse of commons.
equally with the bouse of lords, aristocratic and hereditaiy.
Mexico   Is  Tranquil.                   i LEE   HA     ABUSES                                                                                            ,
���        ,      -r             v-          -,-     n                                          ���., ���,c    odiv/ii crcc  dropped a stone in the pool of societv
Laredo,   Iexas.    Nov.    27.���Bailing1 POLICE   PRIVILEGES  .,._ ���  c   _t,ju   _u :_..  __j
sensational  tumors,  there have been    . ��� ���	
no -developments In news    regarding |    Winnipeg. Nov.    2C.���Lee   Hai, the
DAMAGES   FROM   TOWN.
$10.-
the waves from which, widening and
ever    widening,    and      accumulating
,,..,. ,. ,, .       force as they go. at length dash tho
��� the revolt.    General Vi lar    has    re- Chinese police offlcer whose life has  fa,_ Qf sQme one>.        lltatim t0
ceived advices covering his entire dis-1 not exactly been one sweet song since;wreek aml ,.uil.    The remed   foi. this
was to !e found in the words of the
Mi C'JNSIDEFINQ
EDUCATION OF MAL'SES
Duma  Has  Bill   for   Free  Schools    ft
Primary   Training,   to   be  Open
Half   of   Year.
trict  and  that  of  Ctlonel  Pana,  from   pp tool-' up rolice duties, figured in
Colombia and Ciudad    For. rio    Diaz, j somewhat sensational case in the po- faster, ""Keep"pure Tn heart, "'take
Diaz,  and   the  reports  show  quiet  at, lire court this morning when  he was  t,        |]t   before   t)l0(1   speakest:     and
all points along the border and in the j convicted of threatening the life of a jll(jge not   t(lat ve be not judged."
interior. compatriot named Wong Hlggew and      proceeding   the speaker dealt'with
  i was bound over In the sum of S200 to o(,|er   ging   D'f   t|)e   tonglle>   excessive
Arbitration Is Failure. j keep   the   pence   toward   all   his    ma- tai]v.ative,lesS)      which      had     a'most
Winnipeg, Nov. 27.���The arbitrators jesty's subjects for one year, and par- ob|iterateci t|,e art 0I wfse and seem-
railway    dispute    ad- tlcularly toward, the aforesaid Wong ,y converae jn some circles; the love
iLr-ew. 10f   lingering    on   unwholesome    and
Wong himeslf was the star witness loathsome incidents and afflictions,
his head resting aeainst nn iron hed- award, it was decided that -Mayor and in the best of Chinese English he causing r,e ]jstene.. at last t0 tum
stead He laid hold of a lamp and Pelletler and Captain Robinson shall declared that the whole Double must awa>. in (iUgust; the habit of hyper-
immeliatelv the electric current pass- this afternoon consult with the men line come ahout because he knew ^^ vbic]l had ro.rupted sane stand-
ed through his body, burning his left and the company respectively with a that Lee Hal has been ieei, ng ardg pf measurement in all things;
arm to the shoulder and making hor- view to arriving at a basis on which money from the propnetot  of a gam- am, worgt   of all   Ulc s!n    of g0ssip.
Town  of  Gravenhurst   Will   Pay
000 for Injuries to Boy.
Toronto, Nov. 27.���In Die case of
Young vs. the Town of Gravenhurst.
judgment was given by Mr. Justice
Riddell this morning, awarding the
hoy $7600 and the mother $2500
damages.
Mrs. A. F. Young sued the town of  in   tlie  street
Gravenhurst for $:14.(I0U for injuries to  journed  yesterday   afternoon  without Hu- ,u.
her son,  who was lying in bed with  having reached an agreement as to an
Rev. J. S. Henderson yesterday
evening commenced a series of sermons on "Questions I Have Been
Asked to Answer," his subject last
night being "Does lt matter what a
man believes ?" By means of studious
and well thought out arguments he
proceeded to point otTt that everything depended on a man's belief, a
person's life being moulded on his
creed.
rible wounds clear through the skull an agreement tan be made
to the brain
Wing house on    King   street.      The, "From such as these," he said, "good
 proprietor  of  this  temple  of  chat|e, Lord de)iver UB ������
i'i left arm was amput-ited below The women's auxiliary of St. Barna- Wong Said, declared he was giving upi After the sermon the ctlolr rendered
the elbow.'and the Judge scored the bas church will hold its annual bazaar fifteen good dollars a week and & ^^ gong gervlce Qf ft Mgh musi.
town for having the   plant   operated on Wednesday afternoon and evening, thought it a good bargain asiLeeHal caj standanl.
while in a dangerous condition. , the  proceeds  being  devoted  to    the was  a  first-class   bang-up   Winnipeg  _
 i church funds.   The bazaar, which will constable and  could     fix   things   so'
New Toronto Colleae. ibe held in St. Barnabas hall, will be there would be no trouble.   Wonc car-
Toronto, Nov. 27-Work on the new opened at three o'clock by Bishop dc tied this story to.the V^-f������
Knox college wlll be begun next Pencier. An interesting musical pre, and in other ways togjatlated hto
spring, the cost to be four hundred gram Is being arranged for the even- self and tried hard to get Lee Hal s
thousand dollars. 'ng.
job as Chinese detective.
Washington,  Nov.  27��� According to
' reporl rt ived by the state depart-
Beni bj Ambassador Rockhlil, at st.
'" '���   - ��� ���������   .  a   bill   providing   for   unl-
��� ���  primary education is being
1  ed by the duma.
""��� 'ill  stipulates   that   ittstru tion
'" 'i' i e given  on   L80 days   ol   the
in  cities  and   160  days  in   the
tr:  districts.    Teaching is e.t be
'��� '  In the ftuBslan   language,
1   ' -' iu districts where the majority
the    populat'on    uses    another
ti ���
1,1 lb" e instances the language of
"����� majority mav be used during the
"is' two yean
Distinguished Party Sitting Here This Afternoon
JUNEAU MINISTERS
FOR STRICT SUND/Y
Went
KING
s of  instruction or for
1 ���    period   by   special   enact-
LEOPOLD'S
DEALINGS
IN CONGO
. '��� ;!(| ii- Nov. 27.���A suit for libel
lls heen Instituted at Brussels by M.
"akin, Colonial minister. In respect
''' ;i newspaper's comment   on  King
'" "' l's ('oni.,,} transactions.
f A' ': '   '"'inning of the year it was
""!1'   that   the   late   sove.ekn's   es-
','"  Included   a   sum  of    ��1,200,000
"hieh had been derived from his per-
'm,;'l  administration   of  tbe  Congo
Rni" Which  should  nave been turned
^cr '" the Hol_h.ii government, with
"���'nm other assets.'
, '''���   Rankin   wits   violently   attached
'' "'o chamber, and accused of hav-
"s.Shown   complete   Incapacity   and
;,u,< of foreskin In his dealings with
tl
nf
ft:n,
'���' i n i'
tl
with  the  result  t'<it  a sum
.200,000 had  been  lost  to    tbe
A l���,.ai  newspaper   "Le Prosircse."
' "ised the minister'of complicity In
J"8 Leopold's proceedings.    M   '!��m-
JV fontendlna. that any mistakes he
y have  made  were  due  to   over-
""'b-ti.e in the figures supplied by
"e k'np, has started hls action.
Want  Picture  Shows Closed  on  Sabbath,   but   Mayor   Says   Exhibitions Are Harmless.
Juneau, Nov. 27.���Local ministers
have begun t crusade against Sunday
shows In juneati and two of them
yesterday called on Mayor Valentino
and requested him to take a hand In
the matter.
The mayor sr.id h" did ttot favor
the closing, as the entertainments given were not of a class to Injure those
witnessing tliem.
The manager of the Grand theatre,
which gives moving picture shows,
said he would cut out the matinees on
Sunday but would not stop the evening exhibitions.
LABOR MEETING.
ROYAL COMMISSION ON TECHNICAL  EDUCATION.
Row���Left to right: Thomas Bengough, Secretary and Stenographer;  Gaspard de Serres,   James   Simpson,
��?Gilbert M. Murray, B. A.; David  Foraythe, B. A.; A. E. Horton, Assistant Secretary.
Row���Left to right:   Hon. J.  N. Armetrona, Profesior James W. Rcbertton,    LL.D.     (Chairman),    Rev..
George Bryce, M. A., LL.O.
Workers Will Discuss Plan of Cam-
pain on Wednesday Evening.
The labor men of tbe city are not
going to lose any 'Ime In their assault
to carry some of the offices on the
uldermanic and school boards. O.i
Wednesday night a meeting of all in
sympathy with the movement is to be
held tn the labor temple.
At this meeting it is proposed to
elect a permanent campaign committee to carry out all the details of the
elections as far as the labor men are
concerned.
Although ever since the meeting a
week ago at which it was decided to
run some candidates there has been
a search for committee rooms Bome-
where near the centre of the business
district, a suitable place has not yet
been found. The committee expects
to overcome this difficulty ln a few
days and then the rooms will be kept
open until the result of the polling la
declared.
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PAGE TWO,
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   NOVEMBER 28
(Jassifiedjldvertisenients
WANTED.
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
' write fire insurance in the district;
, .only good p'oducer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good   commission.     Applications   to
Un?. forwarded    to A. L. Cardln, 505
Dominion   Trust   building,   Vancouver, B. C.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527  Front  St.,  New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
MANY COLORED PEOPLE
DANCE IN EDMONTON
NO
'BLUE    BLOOD."
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR LIGHT
duties at Victoria boarding house;
good wages. Brunette street, Sapperton.
WANTED���A
housework,
avenue.
GIRL   FOR   GENERAL
Apply   to   301   Queens
ON FARM, 7
general farm-
,    care    Daily
"WANTED���POSITION
years experience in
ang. Address H. N
News.
'"WANTED���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for four months. Apply Mrs. Dr.
Jones, 48  Royal avenue.
"WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, ln the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
jKirtlcalars to Vancouver Brokerage
l-and, 62 Hastings street east.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  Building Construction.    Telephone 80t>.
Room   13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Houston's Guests at All-night
Fete For Opening of New
Block.
a
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
.Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
���three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
���street, City.
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in tn��
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly meeting on tbe tniro
Thursday of February. May, Augusl
and November, at ** p.m. annual
meetings on th�� third Thursday or
February. New members may bf
proposed and elected at any montb
ly or quarterly meeting. C.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
H
FOR SALK���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
io tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
���street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, **~
Westminster, B. C.
New
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
    ****>***-'
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
<ipolv 71 if Tr��sw stre��t
��OOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
Edmonton, Nov. 27.���There was a
regular old-fashioned, way down south
"hot time In de old town" last night
when Frederick Houston, the most
poular and wealthiest colored gentleman ln Edmonton, entertained at a
dance and chicken dinner 300 colored
friends, among whom where representatives of every town and railroad
between the Great Lakes and the
Rocky Mountains.
The occasion  for  this  grand   cele- j
bratlon was the opening of the Houston block on Kinistlno avenue, owned
by the man whose name lt bears.
It was a big night last night.
Promptly at dusk when the piano in
the ballroom was set in operation by
Professor Owen E. Glgglns. the dancing commenced and it didn't end till
I daylight.
I    There   were   cake-walks,   two-steps,
j three-steps,   waltzes,   Bquare    dances
___ and   other    terpsichorean    evolutions
WADE, WHUALLER, McQUARRlE & jand every one in tlie building took an
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors aotive part. The night will remain
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8 a memorable one in tbe history of the
Guichon block, corner Columbia and | colored race in Western Canada
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARKIS
bars and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H
L. Edmonds.
Transmission  of Great  Fortunes Will
in   Time    Be    Forbidden.
New York, Nov. 25.���"There are
no 'best families' and there is no
'blue blood.'
"The time will come when the
transmission of great fortunes will
be forbidden by law.
"There is not a member of a royal
family in Europe, with the exception
of  Kaiser  Wilhelm,  who could  make
living behind a linen  counter.
"I believe in the aristocracy of the
average normal man and the average
normal  woman.    There Ib  no other."
In these words Dr. Woods Hutchinson, one of this city's most prominent physicians, today elaborated on
his views of "blue blood" as given
in a lecture before the League for
Physical Education, while he declared
that money was the sole basis for
the aristocracy of today.
"There are no best families and
there is no blue blood," he said.
"There Is no aristocracy anywhere
based on anything? but the possession
of money. Biologically speaking the
great man is a sport.
"Many forms of greatness are accompanied by a lack of balance and
while the great man breeds true, his
descendants are Just as apt to inherit
this lack of balance as his genius
His greatness, however, wins riches,,
generally speaking, and that enables
his descendants to keep tip a certain
artificial aristocracy."
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been in the Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number of years,
has opened up a similar business in
this city. Latest fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
5-1 or call at Kwong On Wo Building
��67 Columbl* etratt.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     p. 0. Bo . 3,5
Office, Front St., Foot of S
1
ixth.
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Wil'iams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Office, room 5, Market Block,
opposite City Hall, Columbia st..
.ity.    Phon�� l.f>"8.
A delegation of twenty-two persons
from Calgary arrived on a late train,
and earlier in the day colored people
from Winnipeg, Brandon, Hegina,
Camrose, Edson and other points
came in.
Houston   had   a   whole    retinue   of j
chefs working for a couple of days in
ills   kitchen    making    ready   for   the
feast.
Only a very few white friends of
the host  were invited to the affair.
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
an
J AUDITOR
Agents for the  HALL  SAFE  CO.
OFFICE:       Room    5,    Market    Block
Opposite City Hall.
Plione L578. I'. O. Box 795
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
W*��k Day Scheoul*.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Wwt
minster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every halt hour thereafter
until  11:30  p.m.
Car. leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50. 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 om.
Sunday Schedule.
Cari leave Vancouver  for  New  Wesi
minster at 8:00 antl 9:00 a.m., ani'
every    halt    hour    thereafter    unth
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at ?.:nn a.m.. and pvtv tial
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster
a.m. and every
Cars  leave
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time
ot
Closing;
PR
lay
t
M
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: 141
at   7
11 p.m.
a.m. and
H. J.  A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR  ANd|OFFERS   REWARD
Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room,! PAPER   FREE
Trapp block.
FOR
FROM
FAULTS
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street-
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
'"Wunihtp Hfeet  and  Clarkson
1    Says   the   Regina   Standard:       We
 I will  pay  ten dollars each, for copies
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYPEWRITING j of  this  p.iner,  that  can  be  shown  to
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
TO RENT -- FURNISHED BP.D
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. ni. at Room 14. G23 Columbia
street.
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY. A CHEQUE
for $13.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 803 Columbia street west and receive reward.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
22
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and  aunurban  property
628 and 746 Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & XyLIML FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
2.0ST���BLACK WAGON COVER,
waterproof, between Blackie street
and George Cunningham's blacksmith shop. Finder please notify
Daily  News.
T. P. Morrison
J. H. Taylor
Phone 024.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention to all orders. Contracts
negotiated.
S Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fitttngg;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteif
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished,
prietor. Works;
��nd car line. P.
473.
J.   Brookes,   pro
Corner  Eleventh
O. box 254, Pbonr
be free fiom errors, either typographical or in statements of supposed
facts. T ,f search may cover the entire twenty years of the paper's existence lhe proprietors liave long
cherished the hope that some day a
perfectly acetate issue could be j
brought forth. If there haa been j 11
such it escaped our attention and
we should like to see it.
We will double that sum for a similarly perfect copy of any other daily
(paper.
We will also pay one hundred dol-1
I lars for a good square look at a mer-1
������ chant  who never made a  mistake in j
putting  up  an  order;   a   lawyer   who'
never lost a case through his own er-j
rors.   a   doctor   who   never   wrongly
diagnosed   a   case,   a   druggist   who
never   made a mistake, a post official
who   never   put   mail   in   the    wrong
box,   a   woman   who   never   forgot   to I
I<nt, in stilt while cooking or to put tea
in   the  teapot   before   putting  in   the |
water.
Bring on some of your mlstAkeless I
paragons who find it so easy to criti-l
cise tlie papers and we will give tliem
the chance of their lives to find
whether they are really human. If
where, in anything, we want to see ij.
and  will gladly pay the price.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
hour until
^^^^^^     Vancouver at 7
every hour until 10 p.m.
i On  Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
at S a.m. to 1ft p.m.
\ On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
.Daily except
Sunday
.   Daily
2:00
r
M
* *r*   i.
SCHOOL BOOKS
School Supplies
AND IEVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  A T 	
.mm
1
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
^^^^ HOTELS.
KLMTS^TlOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone IS. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate
First class cuisine. J. Traehy, Prop
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire ot
write lf unable to visit us.
TO  SEATTLE.
m   Daily
   Daily
TO NANAIMO.
p. in Daily except Sunda.-'
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
5:00 p. m Kvery Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p, m.. .Dec. 3. 14. 27, -Ian. 7. 21
TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   in	
. .Nov. 22,  Dec 6, 20, Jan. '���',.  17. 31
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING    CAMP
8:30  a.  ni Kvery  Thursday
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND  CHILLIWACK
Great  Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    8.17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:06 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    10:30
a. in.,   arrives   Seattle   3:15   p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p. in.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.in.;  arrives Seattle 7:2.5 am.
Leaves   Seattle   8:05   a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Loaves  Seattle   12:25   p. to.
New Westminster 11:25 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle   4:35   p.m.:
New Westminster 9:27  p.m.
Leaves Seattle  11:45  p.m.
New  Westminster tl:30 a.m.
Time
of
Arrival:
20:00���United States via C
(dally excepl Sund
8:30���Vancouver via B  C  K  I;
idaily except B tnd ij i
13:00���Vancouver via B. C E It.
��� dally excel ���      ii lay) ii ***
18:00���Vancouver via I:. ('. K  |{.
(dally  6XC( pi   .       :,-.    i,; .,,
8:30���Victoria via H. c   g   It.
(dally excepl Sunday).,
13:00��� Victoria   Via   lh   I     E   It
(dally excepl   Sunday)..
7:30���L'nited States via G, N. it,
idaily except S inday),,
15: on���United States via G. . . it.
(daily except  :- nd iy) .16:00
12:10���All   points   east   and  Europe  idaily i      j;jj
23:00���All points east and Europe  idailyi    16:15
12:10���Bapperton     and    Praser
Mills       (daily
Sunday I      	
20:00���Sapperton and
mills idaily
Sunday i      ....
2-10���Coquitlam    (da   -
Sunday i     ���������_^_^_^m���
13:00���Central Park and Ed-
' nionds (daily except
j Sunday)        11:0)
13:30���Easl Burnaby and Burquitlam (dail. except
Sunday      13:H
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
mil and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday i      13:31
10:00���Ladner.     Porl     G lichon,
Westham Island  13:3!
10:00���Annlevllie,  Sunburj
except    Sunday
0:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
Wednesday    and    Fri-
, j, apt
Kraser
���    i  ���
 1.
except
.15:lil
day
arrives  10:00���Woodwards
tut Ives
arrives
Thursday
day
lj:,��i
i Tues,lay.
and    S tur-
 13::
9:00-
-Vancouvei.
lni,'     via
idaily except
11:30���Cloverdale and
I':; et       S I-
G.     N     II-
Sunday)..14:241
Port Kells
GIRL    HAS    WONDERFUL    VISION.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $f>,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Rank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; ln Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
O. O. F.   AMITY   LODGE  NO.  27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W. C.
('oatbam, P.O.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secre
tan
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Later One of Her Arms Is Marked in
Astonishing   Way.
Dublin, Nov. 27.���Tbe Mayo News
prints an extraordinary story on what
is described as mysterious markings
appearing upon the arm of a child
boarding In the  Kiltlmagb  convent.
According to the report the girl ls
thirteen, and bas been a boarder at
the convent for three or four years.
Three or four weeks ago she was
heard screaming loudly ln her sleep.
When Interrogated she said she had a
fearful dream In which she bad seen
tbe crucifixion of the Saviour.
On the following morning she
found her arm and wrist sore, nnd It
was seen later that her forearm was
marked with a cross in red and underneath the cross were the letters
"I. II. S." Some days ater there appeared below tlie letters something
that resembled a crown of thorns, and
a little later above the cross the letters in scroll "I. N. It. I." Other markings are sail to have appeared at a
later period extending from the wrist
to the forearm.
It is reported that the markings
liave been examined by several people
in tlie town.
Leave  Westminster  S:n0  a.  in.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7: (in a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
KD. GOULKT.      \
Agent, Westminster.
H.  W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, except Bunday from bridge passenger
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
(daily except  Sundaj   '.' ' ]
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Bat-
day        15:��|
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesdaj   and
i ^Bj
: 30-
.'0:00-
15:4:
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   ti: m   a. in;   arrives
bridge  passeneer  station.  New  Westminster,    10:20    a.m.    daily    execept j
Sunday.
Leaves    New    Westminster    bridge 15:45-
passenirer  station  3:50  p.m.;   arrives I
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday. |
-Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday  M
-Ahbotsford. Matsqui Huntington, etc. idaily e\-
cept Sunday)    ,:
-Crescent, White Hock and
Hlaine idaily except
Sunday)      '���
-Hall's Prairie. Kern Kldee
nnd Ilazlemen 'Tuesday, Thursday ami
nt-
A Soda Cracker Was a
Soda Cracker UNTIL���
MOONEYS
."ill
[FICTION
*     a     *
MOONEY5
iff BISCUITICANDYCO.
T*hifo*i*___*2��.
BOY   OF
17 ARRESTED
ON FORGERY
CHARGE
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic   Dec.
New triple screw, 14,892 tons.
Canada   Dec.
Twin  screw, 514 feet long.
10
For rates, berth reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Edmonton, Nov. 27.���Frank T.
Harnes, a boy scarcely over seventeen years of age, has been arrested
ln Winnipeg at the direction of the
Kdmonton police on the charge of forgery and will be brought, back to this
city by Corporal Miller, the Mounted
policeman, who left last night with
an Insane patient for Hrandon hospital.
Dectlve Stedgill, of the Winlneg
force, placed the youth In custody.
Harnes declared to tbe Winnipeg pollce that ho was over twenty-one
years old.
It Is alleged that some weeks ago
the prisoner forged a cheque for a
small amount on an Kdmonton bank.
Following the cashing of the cheque
he disappeared. Ile had- been employed In the city. The pollce were
not able to say last night where tbe
boy's bome Is.
Harnes will be tried before Magistrate Cowan.
Six years ago we gave to the
Dominion a Superior Soda Cracker
���better flavored, better made.
Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas caught and held
popular favor, through their flavor.   Tons of them are
consumed every day���and the demand gets bigger every day
You Want Biscuits
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Shipped in .Private Cars
We use none but the choicest ingredients.   We get the best because we
pay top  prices..   Then they are baked by Canada's master bakers in
the largest sunlit sanitary factory in the country.
But we don't stop with making the finest soda cracker���we go further.
Every package is shipped in our own private cars.    The cars arc
specially made so an  even  temperature is maintained.    We
are the only makers to go to this trouble and  expense.
It's expensive, but better for the biscuits.
They arrive at your table fresh, flaky and delicious.   And
they cost no more than common kinds.
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Try a package today.
Ask Your
Grocer
m&$&s.i��j/$
THE
MOONEY
Discuit&Cand.Co,w ONOAV
NOVEMBER  28,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
t'Atih.   Iilltr.���.
Cnntractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   tlie   Best
guilders' Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we [Relieve' we   can^save   you
money-    AW Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., LtdJJ
COQUITLAM
6 acres on Pitt River Road
Price, $500 per acre
15 acres in D.L. 67, on trackage
$500 per acre.    $2000 cash
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.  II.   McCormick   Manager  Real Kstate Department.
451  COLUMBIA  STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IN. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full sized lots on corner  with  six   room  house,  on   Thirl
BVenue between Second and Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
res immediately adjoining the townsite and being hi Sec
Hon 27, Block  "���. North Range 2 wesl    Price $900 per acre.
Thli Is 'he cheapest buy in this distrlcl today.
Burnaby
l,,,t  on  Third  avenue  within urn- block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P.O. Box 522 Phone 817
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September IB, the ss. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker  wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at. 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at T a.m. iind I.adner
7:P,U n.tn. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.  _m     . .   :
DISSOLUTION SALE
I  SWtH i*
I mMafli-U. ������ 'tap ���' igJaw'lT* i1'-?'' ���<******
CONTINUING FOR TWO  WEEKS
0 Per
9
1SCOU
OFF EVERY ARTICLE IN THE  STORE
You know we sell as cheap as can be done; then consider
20 Per Cent. Off
$20,000 Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock $20,000
Must be reduced regardless of cost.   Two carloads of 'Xmas
goods just arrived���these are included in the great sale
COME EARLY WHILE OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
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WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU
M 50 lid for    "��� *3-40
���   50  Ited  for    *5-20
Be I for      %&.00
Bed  for      $12.00
Brass Bed fo,-  $41.63
00 Mattress for    *2-40
150 M tttrew for  $-4D
IS 50 Mattress for  S4-0
V. no Bdatt(ess for  *7-?0
M tttrens toi    $0-6:)
Springs tor   *2-4:)
Bprlngs for  $3-20
Bprings  for    *4S:)
:- 50 Bprings for   S6-"
Chairs for    52:
-"<'   Chairs   for    68:
'"' -"  Chairs for   $1-����
$25 00  Set   Oak  Diners, leathers  seat
"for      *20-00
J30.00 Sets for  $24.00
$9.26   Extension   Table  for $7-45
$12.0(1 t:\tension Table for $9.60
$16.75 Extension for   $12.75
$16.50 Bolii Oa* Table for... $13.23
, .       pedestal Tabl.   (pr  ... $22.50
$18 2fi  Sideboard for   $14.60
$37,50   Buffet   tor        *3��-00
$.2.50 Buffet for   *3400
$48.00  Buffet  for    $38.40
$65.00  Buffet for   *4300
;������ , -,.   ge I ��� om   Dresser  and    Stand
 $11.60
$18 00  Bedroom  Dresser   and   Stand
 $14.40
1^1.00 Bedroom   Dresser and
$28.60 Bedroom  Dresser and
$34.60 Bedroom   Dresser and
$42.00 Bedroom   Dresser an d
$50 00 Bedroom   Dresser and
t'hoffonieres to match at eqna
duced prices.
$24.00 Parlor Suites for	
$27.00   Parlor   Suites  for   	
$30.00  Parlor  Suites  for   	
$42.50 Parlor Suites for 	
$48.60  Parlor  Suites  for   	
$60 00  Parlor  Suites  for   	
Stand
$17.80
Stand
$22.90
Stan i
$27.60
Stand
$33.60
Stand
$40.00
lly  re-
$19.20
$21.60
$24.00
$34.00
.$38.75
$48.00
All Rugs and Squares Reduced 20 Per Cent.
Extra salesmen have been taken on to handk the crowd.   Goods will be
delivered in order as bougnt
DENNY &
SUCCESSORS TO DENNY & GALLOWAY
43-45-47 Sixth St.      Reliable Home Furnishers       New Westminster
USE BATHTUBS AS
BINS FOR COAL
Steel Trust Finds Foreign
Workmen Don't Know
What Intended For.
This schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
Chicago, Nov. 27.���No more bathtubs will be installed In the bouses to
be built for the foreign workmen employed by the various subsidiary companies of the l'nited States Steel Corporation at Gary. Ind. This is th.e
edict that came from the big corporation yesterday.
-When an architect made a plan for
a building permit in bebalt ot the
company, which intends to erect a
score of concrete houses in tbe western part of the city, ii was noticed
that tlie plans called for all modern
conveniences, with tlie exception of
bathtubs.
"Three years ago," said a steel corporation official, "we erected sixty
well-appointed houses for foreign
workmen and their families mid
placed bathtubs in each one. A year
later a report was wanted from New
York as to bow they were taking the
tubs. As an Inspection revealed the
i fact that in no Instance was the bathtub ever used, but was being utilized
as coal bins, etc.. we decided it was
hest  to omit the tubs."
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received try
the undersigned up to noon,
December 12th. for the erection
of an Office Building at southwest corner of Hastings and
Curtail streets, Vancouver, B.C.
Drawings and specifications
can be secured with requirements upon application to \v.
Marhury Somervell, architect,
at 4:1 Exchange Building, Vaucouver, B. C.
Lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
W. H. HA2L1TT,
Purchasing  Agent.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Vancouver,  B. C.
\ .-,,-.::
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
is tne standard article
READY   FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
Formatting soap.softenlngw&tcr,
removing old paint, disinfecting
slnhs, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
IE.W.G1LLETT ffSftKl
TOR ONTO.OUT.
Sent On Approval
To Responsible Peopu
.i 5 -
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MONDAY,   NOVEMBER 28
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lag Company, Limited, at their offices
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of considerable interest, denting: as it  parties against the two smaller. There
does with the interests of the Liberal  may, by the exercise of statesmanship
'and foresight, be settlement by agree-!
ment, but it must be a general, not a
partial, agreement.'
MONDAY,   NOVEMBER   28,   1910.
RURAL  DEPOPULATION.
The crowding of cities and the de
Correspondence
party.
"There are, In our view, two conditions governing the action of our
leaders, the first more directly concerning the interests of the Liberal
party, the other turning on its good
faith to its allies. The first is that,
whatever may be proposed as to devolution, Home Rule, Federation, or
whatever the plan may be, the fetters  of  democracy  must  be  knocked
off.    By one means or another, self-1 	
government must be secured for the Kdltor, Dally News:
people.     Any   attempt  to   divert   at-,    Sir���The   doi,ly   papers    make   Gil-
tentlon form this aim would be at once fcert  Parker  M.  P.,  say  in a Vecent
. .     ,���    , ���..    ���I  speech that If Mr. Ascjuith has not the
detected and reversed.    We have no ;',������_������    , ..     *,, '    ,.,���, ^lfl...������
T  assurance of vine king  that ,w new
objection to devolution.    If the Iris!) pctirs be creatf*j! if necessarrrto-pass
  Mr.    As-
dissolu-
I     (The Dally News Is not responsibly
for the opinions expressed by its cor-
I respondents.)
I POLITICS    IN    ENGLAND.
population of rural districts is an Q! Ration ������*�� **�� ^ ��    S^declSt' ask'f" a
which too often prevails in the older veto, we count tt great gain.    Ut        ��on ^ ^^
countries, but it is a little disconcerting to find that this economic affliction has befallen the province of Ontario. One scarcely expects to find
trouble at all prevallent in a new and
growing land like Canada. Yet according te Mr. Gordr/n Waldron, who
recently addressed the Canadian Club
in Toronto, there is a serious dwindling in the rural population of that
province, with the consequent swelling of population in the larger cities.
How to correct this tendency of rural
populations to migrate to the urban
centres has long been a troublesome
problem in Great Britain, and also to
some extent in France. All manner
of remedial schemes have been put
forward, but so far as we are aware
none cf these have been in any degree successful.
The trouble is an old one, but has
become more pronounced as the influence of civilization lias increased,
the freedom of thesubject has been
extended, and education become more
general. It is in fact one of the penalties we have to pay for our advanced state of knowledge and understanding. In the old times of thraldom and serfdom theie was little opportunity for and no desire on the
part of the masses to abandon the reposeful life of the countryside. But
the spread of education has brought
about a change in the spirit of the
people. The rural dwelle:s are no
longer content to pass their lives ami!
the    quiet   and    unexciting    circum-
cannot accept any settlement of this,     __        . .
, |    Now, in a free country such as we
problem In lieu of the veto, nor can  ���ke to think U)e L-nited Kingdora -I
we allow attention to be   distracted, what   should   the   king   have   to   say
from the governing issue which  call-  about it?
ed the Conference into being bv any I    Dld   Slr   Ko,iert  Peel   hnve  t0  heS
. , ,, the then king to consent to the crea-
side   issue,   however   Important.       If  tkm Qf __w  peel.s?    N().   fa  _���_  ^
devolution  Is  to  follow the  lines   of king wns very unwilling, indeed, but
subordinate parliament subject to the  had to go to the Peers and point out
that he must conform to the demands
veto of an Imperial Parliament, that
veto must be in the hands of a representative and democratic body. Secondly, and more particularly as to
the scheme of devolution itself, if this
is to be an integral part of the settlement to be accepted by Liberals, the
of the prime minister and create
new peers unless the bill under discussion, passed the house of lords.
And the great reform bill became law.
The lords passed it, much against
the grain.
Today,  the  peers are  pretty  much
in the same predicament.    We  have
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condition  is  that  it must be equally  no cause to think that the king sides
acceptable to their Irish allies. The
Liberal Government has retained
'power with the aid of the Nationalist
vote. If that vote had' been cast
against it, it would have been unable to pass the Budget, on which the
British  democracy  was set, and   the
with them as in the old days.
There is also a great cry going up
to the effect that this veto legislation is intended to abolish the house
of lords.
As a matter of fact, the bill is not
intended to interfere with the makeup of the house of lords at all, but
simply   to   take  away   their   absolute
Budget  could  not  have  been  passed power over all acts of the  house of
without the specific pledge that    the commons,  and to  place  the  ultimate
Government   would   stnnd ^or  fall   by I'ower of legislation
the passage of a measure for the cur
tailment of the veto.   Such being the
the   popular
belong.
:iouse,
in  the hands of
where   it   should
GEORGE B. CROSS.
Westminster,   .November   2i>,
IS   BROUGHT
FROM    LONELY
SHACK
situation, it is out of the question that'     New
the Liberal Party should now discard  1910'
Irish   support, and  proceed  to a set-  madman
tlement of the questions at stake on,
the strength   of   Conservative   votes. I 	
'Mutatis mutandis,' the same consid-'    Edmonton, Nov. 27.���Driven mad by
,. T   , _,     ,   ,       lonliness, Harrv Laker, a middle-aged i
eration applies to Labor.    The Labor  ��� ���   ., . .,'      ,    ,        ,,,���
man, the greater portion of whose lite
Party   have   been,   not   perhaps    the  ha8 been spent in the bush and moun. |
most  comfortable,  but  still  very  eTi-  tains,   prospecting,   hunting,   lumber-
cient  and  indispensable  allies.   With-  ing and railroading, was'brought into
| the   city   last   night   from   Kdson   by
Corporal  Bailey,  of  the  Mounted  Po-
out them we should not be in power
stances of the sequestered village and j We could not. if we wished to do so, iice
the hamlet far removed.    There is   a; use our power to agree on  a consti- Laker was found in a shack by the
craving for the gaiety and attractions. 1 tutional reform  which would not sat- side of the G. T. P. right of way, lUO
miles  west of  Kdson, almost  starved
to death.    lie has no  friends in this
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specious   though   they   may   be,   and I Isfy them, and would exclude their ln-        ^     ^ ^	
the excitements of the town. Educa | forests from consideration. Any move regjoni jt seems, and the mounted potion has in fact made the rural dwel- in such, a direction would result in lice have been unable to get any trace
lets discontented with the quist and  the  speedy  and  irremediable dissolu- of his relatives.
.t ..   ���f .-..r. t ik...i  n._.     *,���  -',,������* I     The demented man was turned over
featureless from a com na rat ive noint   tion  ot   tie  Liberal   Party.    In  snoit. ,      , ....      .,   *���
iLdiuieitss    num a <.uuip<ii<ui\e puim ,0 t|)e |oca] detachment  of the   R. V.
Of \iew���character of their daily lives,   there  may   be  an   informal   coalition,  w   M   p   and wi��� be removerJ t0 ttle
The   Toronto  Globe  considers   that   hut if so, it must be a coalition of all   asylum at  Brandon  by  Corporal   Mil-
it is    easily    possible    to    arrest the,'four   parties,   not   of   the   two   larger   lar.
movement of the rural population of        ���  . ���
Ontario, by teaching or persuading
tl.e farmer to take a greater interest
In his work and occupation. In this
connection the Globe refers to the recent address of Dr. James, the deputy
minister of agriculture, and says:
"Talking    about    the     'indifferent
farmer,' Dr. James contended that in
the Province of Ontario    it is   quite
possible for tho farmer to double the j
value of his annual production by the
exercise of more intelligence and the j
adoption of better methods of operation.    If this can be done,   the questions may be asked why it is not done,
and what Is necessary ln order to get.'
it done.    Dr. James gives the answer I
in a series x of   simple propositions: |
drain the soli, sow only the best seed,
carefully  protect  and   store  the  products of    fields    and orchards,    feed
these  products    only    to    profitable
Stock, and put the finished product on
the  market  in  the  best form.    Condensed   into  two  simple  rules,  these
maxims  will   read:   improve  methods
of farming, and make the most out of
the resulting products.
"It Is quite safe to say that many
fai mors are not making the best
practicable use of the knowledge they
have gained by experience, observation, discussion, and reading; but It
is also safe to say that, many of them
remain unsuccessful because they can
think of no better ways of doing
things than the ways they have learned by tradition or discovered by crude
experimentation. This is precisely
where the experimental farms and tho
farmers' institutes come in, and what
is greatly needed is more of such
farms and both more and better institutes. There is no need for groping when scientific methods are made
familiar by moans of Institute discussions and printed bulletins. What
is needed is a change of spirit on the
part of the farmers, and the best way
to secure that is to convince him that
he can double the value of hls product
by more intensive culture."
This ls excellent as far as It goes,
but we are doubtful whether it can
prove a remedy for the evil of rural
depopulation.
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THE DAILY NEWS, i
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PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
Ijjiyi S"tS   IfK IH��HHK Sllll ~
I WOLGAST, CHAMPION,
CHALLENGES  MORAN
A "HAS BEEN"
;p,.ky  Dane   Could   Not
' Up   To   Owen
.���er Britisher.
A POPULAR SPORT
Report That It Is A Thing](
Measure
Moran, Clev<
Nov.
gan
to. on
of
men i r
-Battling
will
���ran''s('0'	
Jegewisoh,   HI.,   will   no
      ' ihe lightweight bolt,     i
I'0Dpcr .'iTilrst time    In blB    flghting
^/^e Durable Dane, a shell o(|
��reer'     ereal  puhHM  who Proved
f|�� "terror to men In Wb class, was
8urlV    ,11 beyond all dispute. Owen
ki>'"k''  , Birmingham, Kngland,   per-
5l,a . ?���|B feal ��l Louls Blot B opeu!
'",'L. yesterday, in the presence
i gir aiona > tegt    cro*dB    ���r ���
��'��,1s ever assembled at a glove
��'*ctB     , mis city.    M��ran knocked
I ��>-'     ., ,��� the eleventh round of a j course,
l Nelson t> nd event. his vie-  lng cubs and
""^Sb clean, and leaving no luxe,;
argument as to bis complete on thi
over the one-time champion, i every
Cadillac, Mich., Nov. 27.���Ad. Wolgast, champion lightweight pugilist of
the world, tonight declared he was
willing to meet Owen Moran, who defeated Hauling Nelson at San Francisco, next May if he were insure)),
$12,r,uo, and was permitted to name
the referee.
When told that Moran bad whipped
Nelson, from whom Wolgast won the
belt, Wolgast sajd:
"The tight went a?. I expectod and
,as 1 had    hoped.    Moran  ls a    good
Of The Past Not Borne n*hter lind a wolthy opponent- ���am
willing to meet him in the spring, pre-
Ollt By Facts. jferably ln May, if he agrees to   my
Wolgast ban established permanent
training Quarters at Lake Mlchellij,
where be Is working dally to keep In
condition.
London, Nov. 27.���With tlie open-
in .; of the season at band alarmists
again are trying to make John Bull
believe that fox hunting bas Ub day,
Tliey argue thai the Sport cannot
long outlive the slow but certain
changes that, are taking place In the
condition ot land tenure In England.
There Is a steady deterioration In the
New Toronto Lacrosse Club.
Toronto, Nov. 27.���Toronto lacrosse
enthusiasts are delighted at the prospect of a revival of Uie old Shamrock
Lacrosse dug for the coming season;
Hen Law has taken bold of the club
and declares he will put a crack team
ln the Held.    The club's headquarters
Fresh
Fruit
insures
s.
Good Health
i  mmm*���**
sport, they contend, an increasing ar-jwlll  be    ut    the    Lambtoo    Athletic
tlflclallty   in   the  method   of  furnish- ] grounds,
ing material fur bunting���referring, of
tory
room (or
to  the  system   of   hand   leai
tinning down
a Berious growth of
financial resources of almost
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        hunt,   and   a   threatening   lack
:   ,.. compelled to drop Nelson flve of sympathy  with  huntsmen on
In this round. Despite the force pan of the smaller farmers.
m? Briton's right-hand punches on |    Though hunting is far from being
*' -    t|lu chin,    the first    Of   what,  it   was  titty  or sixty  years ago,
it is certainly by no means In a bad
case If It were, as tbo County Gen
tleman points out, would Great Brl-
tain on. the eve of another regular
season "be able to boast that scarcely
b huntable acre In these Islands will
fall to echo to the sound of horn and!
ho unci In the ensuing winter months,
or that something like 460 establish
; : . elson down for the count.
'' ,rted blm on the road to pugi-
C '., . ity, the wonderful flghting
"It of the Dane was ever present,
_i one Becond after the final count
; ; .,,,, tolled off and Referee Ben
I lbove the din. shouted. "You're
' . flora, v. ins." Nelson was on his
L  ���,���!, blood streaming from    his
College Gym to Open. i(
.   , i     rhe   formal   opening   of  Columbian
Imported     ,, ,        ,7, . ,      ,
' 1 college gymnasium  will take place oft
cms "'''Tuesday evening, when W. Fryer aniji
G.   S.   Matthews   will   assume  charge.
a< K,; On Tuesdays the gym. will be reserv-
0  ed for men, while Thursdays will he
ladies'   night.    Husiness  men will  be
welcomed on Tuesdays, special classes
being  formed  if a  sufficient  numbej
attend,    Included among   the   spoils
featured will he swimming, basketball,
wrestling, boxing and fencing.
MANY ENTRIES FOR
BILLIARD   TOURNAMENT:
nouth   and    nostrils,    begging    the
r��feree to permit him to continue.
Moral's Work Clever.
.,    .   throughout,   from  the    first
,.;, ���f the gong, proved himself com-
I ,:., ..,, tei    of    the    situation, anl
1 j/.    ,,. nue lend of tbe eleven
,     . ffhlcli  could  be accredited to
'N,        Nelson was always the ag-
evident   Intention   being
|, | . . tin   Britisher to flghi dose
Id this lie was accommodated, but the
l'..��� Waf   b .nvely   two   rounds  old
,.       ������        n  showed   that  be,    too,
could fl. M at the Battler's own game.
H ,i &ftei  round Moran would step
tack, side-Btep, and dance around the
j.....; .��� Dane, all the whole shoot-
;;:   . tti dght,   forceful   punches   to
tte law and head, and seldom receiving a punch in return.    In  the third
ti .:.��� hla  constant   tattoo   began     to
fceu (mil   and  when  the Dane  took
fell sal at the end of this period,   he
from the nosrtlla
ments are still niainained In the
kingdom for the pursuit of fox, or
stag, of hare, despite etfery difficulty
with which modern hunting is confronted1?"
Latest  reports show that there are
466   packs  of  hounds   in  the  United
Kingdom.    Eng land  and  Wales claim
3ti4,    of   which    17:1   are   foxhounds,
eighty-eight     barriers,    sixteen    stag-
hounds, eleven draghounds, fifty-eight
beagles   and   eighteen   otter   bounds.
Scotland   has   eleven   foxhounds   and
one harrier, two otter and three beagle   packs,   forty   harrier,   four   stag
and  six  beagle packs.    Iu  round  figures,  the   packs  which   hunt  the   fox
and  stag or deer number some 9000
couples of  hounds,  while of harriers
and   beagles    there   are    some    3000 i
couides.
On Saturday night, thirty-five entries
I for the billiard tournament to he beld
: ln the Royal billiard parlors had been
received. The schedule for the games
; will be drawn out today and tonight
| the flrst game of the series will    be
pulled off.
SPECKLED SNIPE EGGS
COST COLLECTOR
$1000
Tbe     wrestling     match     between
l-azuokos   .rd     Ra n     the  Sikh,    is
scheduled to take place at the Eagles'
a ,11 ton Igh'     At Fraser Mills a week
or  so  ago the  Indian    secured    two
falls while the Greek  got   one    and!
there Is lots of room for speculation
on    the    results    of    tonight's bout.
There  will be one or two good preliminaries before the main bout. The
first one will start at 8:30 o'clock.
Two games were scheduled for Saturday in the school    football    league
team, but one of  these fell through,
St. Louis college being unable to produce a   team    to meet    Lord Kelvin
school.    ,n the other  match, Central
school depeated Sapperton by a score
of   two   to one, after   a   close game.
It is stated that Ssj.perton played four
or  five  High  school    students,    contrary to tbe rules of the league, and
this is causing some unfavorable com-1
: ment among the other players.
\Ve nave received
a choice shipment
of
Pine Apple
Japan Oranges
(Very Sweet)
California Grapes
Red Jonothan
Apples
Bananas and
Grape Fruit
Take1 a supply home.
Nothing is tiner than eating
choice fruit round a cosy
fire at night
Coquitlam
Twenty acres on Blue Mountain road $326 per acre, on easy terms.
Ten acres,'the northeast corner of block III;.price $1175 per acre.
All of the above on easy terms. ,. . . ,...
Call and see my large list of Coquitlam acreage.
City Property
HOUSES FOR SALE
house; price $2800, $400 cash
balance $20.00
price pnly  $2300,  $400  cash,  balance    ar-
prlce only   $2t',50,   on
A new six roomed
per month.
Five  roomed  cottage;   	
ranged.
Six roomed house, all modern, lot 60*132;
easy terms.
If you are wanting n home on easy terms \ wlll 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.
| CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are dally opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited In New Westminster.
Now is the time to choose tha   article for an Xmas present
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when lt is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
. Chamberlin's ���5SiR
'.��^...,....................,............s...**...>
C. k Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
NATURAL
GAS IS
STRUCK
AT PENSE
j I       ling  freely  num  lub  uuoiu��o.|
Iii ��   it   continued,   Moran   varying      New   York,  Nov.   27.���The  speckled
t tony by giving exhibitions of eggs    of    the   common   red-breasted
clever ducking   and   fool   work   that  snipe   have   just   been   added    to   tlie
pi      eei      fiom    tlie    assembled  collection   of  J.   L.   Cbilds,  of  Floral
1   sands Park,   L.   I.,  at  an  expense of  $1000.
Nelson  Badly   Punished. I Common  as  is  tbe  bird on  Long  Is-
I ���   eighth   round   the   English- land, it mottled brown eggs are very
lupin     ed liis antagonist Beverly,  bard to get hold of.
>        ting liis assortment of punches      The   snipe   lays   her   eggs   in   rock
��.'     tremendous right smash on the crannies way up In the Arctic circle,
��;e. which all but closed that organ,  and Child's $looo eggs were gathered
by Kskimoss in the extreme northern
part of Iceland. 1 he eggs are known
to science as "trianga canatus." Com- clllJlueill ���.���. __���__
mander Peary, on his return from the t wj,en mysterious rumblings
North pole, got a few of them, and on heard Issuing from the well Jack Mollis return presented them to the Am-.\yatt.y is drilling on Elder street
ericau Museum of Natural History.       :north.
Cbilds   is  said   to   have  the    finest j    The well at present Is 470 feet deep,
collection of rare eggs in America.      | anc) |t was thought at one time
The eleventh and final round opened tl neither lighter perceptibly in
distress. Moran, who apparently had
beet  I Idlng bis time for a finishing
blow, wa- : [ven his chance when Nel-
i :. with bowed head, rushed into
Close quarters. Like a streak of
lightning, Moran flung bis right forward, . itching Nelson flush on the
Jaw, ami down he went to his
haunches for the  count  of  nine.    It |
which
Pense. Sask.. Nov. 27.���The town
was thrown into a state of great excitement last night about five o'clock
con
, taining a good sup* ot wltor. H
Baseball Meeting Tonight. upon being pumped ou    it was
There will be a meeting of the city there was no great suppi
at eight o clock   .^!watty,rhowev^tdW^otaP   ^
the'affairsfor the past season.      | drilling through sand and a species of
���"fffBw   night   he   discovered   1
twenty.round battle to he held in thla- ^ ^g *�����**^_^
cltv  since  Inst  June,  when Governot ,���_.���   whlch increased in volume
*as the  lame kind or punch     iM.���.
several mouths ago    caught    Tommy   bMebaU IWJ^j--^ ,Q _.,nd
McCarthy off his guard, and who sub- night in  uie
iequently    died as a result    of    the up
fight.
Nelson tottered  to his  feet,  bleed
ins   and   glassy-eyed.    Moran    stood _ WIien uo,cli,v,. ,     .,   wtncn iikib����" ������- - -_:������- thB
tad. waiting    for    him.    Again the    > .    "���� ��J ,_ ���nJ put a temporary^ fast n^bt it could ^ heard aboe^e
Briton's 11.ht  shot  out,    and    again Q��leu:��ei rounds .,      of  the  engine.      Aftei_sup
Nelson dropped to the mat.   The per- ����"��'   �� fl*   * f ��� �� fa_S  are  hopeful igj  crowds  visited   the   ������������*
formance was thrice more repeated, du ration, and ngt.t . L ge ted run?ors were going
estimated tbat    8000  persons ^ mund9.   One gentleman, mote ad
at lust the referee    and    timekeeper  ^l"^*    ted
counted the fatal ten in unison,   and Coffroth^Btatea	
ls        ^  ^^
"ng was plugged.
anee  was  thrice  more  repeated,  - fuf,,re Hf ���      ���: many
KLr #wr3&*?a ___��xpjr*jBB ttaswws^sss-L
_., _. .eee,,,,, *\%S*J~__tt&**r*i
$5240;'and continued burning until the cas
counted the fital ten in unison,    ��""  v"~" ,   .,. trilOO.
Battling Nelson had passed from the aPPr"���,;leen*d ot the purse
flstlc hori/nn' -   ���  Moran's $3930.
The     contest      was
\ POPHAM'S *
Mr MoWatty will not likely
time his work until an expe.
U thorough    knowledge   of
has   a
con-
wlio
gas
Coquitlam
Snap!
40 Acres, only a milo west of
Westminster Junction, on
C.P. Railway, at $350.00 an
Acre, $5000.00 cash, balance
over two years. For immediate action. Big money in this
Apply at once to
Kennedy Bros., Ltd.
Columbia   and Begbie Streets,   over
Merchants Bank.
Phone 335.       New Westminster, B.C.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westmi nster,. B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
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, Pacofl and Moresby Island
ports at 10:00 p. m. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 10:00 p. m. Mondays.days.
Solid     vestibule     trains     of  coaches 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, r*     L. V. DRUCE,
Cltv Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial Agent.
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,  Vancouver.    Telephone 3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY
Quarrie Bros.
���.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
will, BUCb sood prospect, toi a M>oo
CHOCOLATES |
FRESH   THIS   WEEK
natural .as well, lt   	
proceed without an experienced man
lt is understood that the authortth
have already    taken    steps to secure
ucli a man and it 1^
Is blown  from the
merely vacant. Dancing le a word
which occupies a prominent position
on bis time tables. His audience
laughed when he told them this, but
the doctor was serious.
hoped when the I Nothing, he urges, gives the feeble-
and  minded  child
would be folly to
eed mf
.uthorities
bottom
well.
ense has a
! Ryall's Drugjtore \
*>   PHONE  57. EYt ^AA��
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FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres WaleLFronlPr^pe^^
on Fraser River.    A vejwchoicej^^
snap.   Pri- ��nH tarns dven_prLSSP!iSgfe
milium    .���    ...
the supply directly tapped, tl
be possible to report that Pe...,	
natural gas well which will be second , be
to none in the west. '
DANCING   AS   A   CURE.
Doctors Say It Awakens Faculties of
Feeble-Minded.
London, Nov. 27.���The latest cure
for feeble-mindedness is dancing.
This is the view taken by Dr. J. S.
Fairies, superintendent of the Sand-
well Hall Institution
more confidence or induces  better  behavior  than   dancing.
that it will onces   oeue.   i,^	
He believes that such children should
m^ taugut dancing as soon as they.
are capable of learning it. "Nothing."
he said, "gives them manly thoughts
more quickly." Besides in it they are |
able to find entertainment independ-'
ent of outside help. Cricket and foot-
i ball had proved a complete failure,
but since the introduction of dancing, Dr. Farrles finds that the children are showing an awakening of Interest In these pastimes.
Dr.   G. A.   Auden,  medical  officer,
Birmingham   education   committee  ts
Insurance
of All
Kinds
j      Hail llisuiuv.".- j������Q��  .nn.   BirUHUKUttiu    *>��.����������-       .....
For many hours ^ a two days con emanent control aa an  instltu-
ference in   Blmingham    expmU   rf  ^ wh,ch ,g ^ be nelther _a jail nor
���
fornnce  in   Birmim.'��"*�����   r ,r    ���   tlon  which is to he neunei a t<*** �������
more or less experience had been Wnjft.Jlum for the feeble-minded, be-
nosing a 1 """is of drastic measures .an as, um ^ ^ ^
and condemning the feeble-minded to gJM. lg _ot felt by T**m<*
adrCar>d Sr" "STTBB?   -dl-eir intellectual .Imitations.    He do-
companionship   of   the  opposite
sex,
STSaanf. a danger to the com-
mi)1ltyFarrles, who rose toward the
end of the conference, cheerfully upset al these theories. He saw no
reason for separating the sexes, on
be contrary, he believes ln their en
'."till       llllCUV,. Ii.��� 	
sires that c 'ery in beclle should be regarded as a potential criminal.
Movius Land and Loan^Co.
I Lidgerwood, North ^_^^U*********
'....^���������������^.���^..������������w"************
PAROLED PRISONER8
FAITHFUL TO PLEDGES
nenver Colo Nov. 27.���The Colo-
tbe contrary, he believes ������.������.-, J*��S5J^^ttoa Issued Its an-
irSAS l^��t e v8alu0eCoeftyda!?ce. SS SS yesterday. A feature of
11,9 fn The awakening of slumbering the report Is the statement that all
ing in the awaKenins  �� f {     Dri8oners paroled to the association in I
SSlCHfaenJndn SS7S&&&S year Jast had proved faithful to
��g to tlie'mind hitherto  vicious  or their pledge.
1 write every kind of Insurance known.   FIRE,
LIFE,   ACCIDENT,   [EMPLOYERS' USABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK."
��*i
Strongest Companies
Lowest Hates '      Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
'ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 fe
yi**
PAGE BIX.     V-
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY.   NOVEMBER
28.
ii
v     ���
See XMAS REDUCTION SALE
'NOW ON"
Our large stock of both Ladies' and Men's goods
is being offered to the public at greatly reduced prices.
Consult the bill left at your door for prices, etc.,
or better still, drop in and examine our stock.
GALVIN, The Tailor
Phone R 578
46 LORNE STREET
������������������������������������������������������������������������*������**������ ������������������������
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH  BOXES     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box   13/
SATAN REBUKES
SIN ONCE MORE
Lancet Admonishes Papers
for Scare Stories Spread of
Contagious Diseases.
mA
The Old Folks
find advancing years bring an increasing tendency
to constipation.    The corrective  they  need  is
bk.
"NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives
Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless.
A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly. Increasing
doses never needed. Compounded, like all the 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemists. Money back if not satisfactory.
2��c. a box.    If your druggist has not yet stocked them,
send 25c. and we will mail them.
NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.  22
par. nuns,   u
V
tis______-
Removal Sale Continues
SPECIAL
fOR   TO-DAY
London, Nov. 27.---Severe condemnation has been levelel by The Lancet, one of Great Britain's leading
medical journals, at those newsp
pers which persist in making "scare"
stories of Isolated cases of contagious
diseases. Many London newspapers
have been recent offenders. A few-
days ago nervous citizens were toll
that there was "Cholera In London"
A day or two later came startling
headlines announcing "Plague in the
Thames." This was followed hy ah
"outbreak of spotted fever."
: The Lancet explains how the "cholera in London" proved, on investigation, to be one fatal case of gastroenteric in a London hospital, die ex-
| istenee of cholera being disproved by
bacterlscopic investigation.
Plague Case "Falls Flat."
The "plague in the Thames" relate.l
to a single shipborne case of plague
landed from a Bombay steamer, safely
Isolated by the olllcers of the London
port of sanitary authority in its hospital at Denton, from which there
could be little possibility of the infection outside.
The so-called "outbreak of spotted
fever" was found on Investigation to
be a single case of cerebrospinal fe
ver. It adds that the use of the term
"spotted" is wrong, since "in the majority of cases in this country, at
least, the patients attacked by cerebrospinal fever exhibit no spot at
all."
Papers   Are    Scored.
In   condemning   those   newspapers
which   attempt   to   create   scares   in
each of those cases, The Lancet  proceeds:
1 - "It is a misuse <,f' the*power of the
press   to  employ   if   in   curdling   the
blood or making the flesh of nervous
ior ignorant   people creep.    There can
j be no excuse for announcing cholera
in   London   when   there  was  none.  To
produce panic  in   the  public  mind   is
'not tbe way. in our opinion, to prevent th.e spread of exotic disease: and
the   insertion   in   the   newspapers   of
alarming   headlines   based   upon   very
slender foundations   seems   Improper
from the medical point of view."
WE ALWAYS HAVE
SUCH A JOLLY TIME
when we call on Mrs. Jones, she has one of those delightful Gram-o-phonea
and some beautiful records by Caruso and Melba, and some of the funniest
ones by Harry Lauder. They are just the most natural and perfect things
you ever heard.    Really its better than going to a matinee.
Your guests will always have a jolly time if you entertain them with a
VICTOR or BERLINER GRAMOPHONE
the sound reproducing instrument brought to its highest pitch of perfection.
The nearest VICTOR-BERLINER Dealer will gladly play your favorite
selections for you.
- .
HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST ONES.
5787���-" That Fussy Rag "    Peerless Quartet
ro inch 75c. 88246-
31792���" L. n-e .Divine "  Marsh-Mccdonough
12 inch $ias 64138-
10 inch Double Faced Records 90c. for thc Two
Rkd Si:ai. Records
"Gioconda " Cielo e Mar"   Enrico
/.' inch   .,���.<��'
'Annie Laurie " McC
10 inch fi.._
PrKpi.K Label
r(a) " Come be my Sunshine, Dearie"
I Macdonough    60023��� "What good is water when y a're
TWELVE   ONLY
8  DAY  OAK   CLOCKSj
Strikes Hour and half-hour.     Alarm attached
Regular, $6.75     Sale Price, $3.75
HIS   LAWFUL   OCCASIONS.
Our Regular $3.50 Watches
Sale Price, $1.50
Other Bargains too numerous to mention
T.   GIFFORD, The J*weler
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your > kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a crreasv
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ j /
portions to cleanse    \^\l//v//
���1 * *l VO"0?'   ���s   S/j/rr*'
easily, vigorously, J^
and without harm to
fabric,  utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
r ���'��������� ii iiiTwminmrc 	
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, th* oval cake.
Involving  the  Activities  of  Constable
Murk, of  Penticton.
Penticton     and     Const ible     Murk
jointly  anil   by   reason  of  their   relationship do not liave many dull days.
| Constable      Murk    debates     with    a
I chicken-shooting   bonlface,   his   investigation as a result of the hotel man's
charges of malfeasance, etc., are mat-
| ters of recent  history.    Now   unfold-;
another chapter in  rural  comedy.    It
| is thus presented by a Penticton correspondent:
"The   municipal   council   assembled
Ithe   other   night   to   Investigate    a:i-
i other    complaint     against   Constable
Murk,   preferred    by   a man    named
Welland.    Welland had been arrested
by  Murk but claimed that the ollleer
had  stated  that   it   was  Reeve  Foley
Bennett, and  not   the  constable,  who
was  in reality taking hlm in char. e.
"The crowd attracted by the call
for the inquiry found closed doors at
the council chamber and dispersed.
Later a number returned and manifested their intense disapproval of
fhe star chamber proceedings by engaging In a free fight on the street,
battering away meanwhile at the
council doors.
"Constable Murk, within, was ordered to Investigate. His appearance was the signal for a small riot,
and the reeve and eouneillois rushed
out to find him seated upon one of
the disturbers, while several others
were  dancing  about   hlm.
"To add to the confusion, the arrested man's wife, alarmed by her
husband's cries, rushed to the Bcene
and prompt Iy fainted jn the at ins of
one of the municipal olllcers. While
thus supporting ber. the i mpromptii
gallant and the lady were equitably
treated to the contents of a bucket
of  water.
"In the general confusion C nsta-
ble Murk got away with his captive,
who was subsequently (Hied and severely reprimanded by Magistrate
Guernesey."
dn
Nora Bayes
16556 -ub-j .-Thc Orcadians"     Favorite
I Melodies l'ryor's Band /.' inch f././.i
Double sided Victor Records are 90c. for the two, only -fSc. each.
Samples by mail on receipt of price and 10c. for postage.
Find  out to-day, what   this wonderful   entertainer  means  to   you,  and
"BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLAS"
Berliner Gram-o-phone Company
Limited.
MONTREAL.
Remember the Victor, when thinking of
Xmas Gifts.
Victor No. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.     ���
Victor No. 3. $50.00
Victor No. 4. $63.00
Victor No. 5. $75.00
WE  ALSO   HAVE  THE   VICTOR-VICTORLA.   THE    FINCST   MACHINE ON  EARTH.    CALL AT OU
STORE   AND   HEAR   THIS WONDERFUL    MACHINE    PLAYED.ALL  THE   LATEST  RECORDSKEP
IN   STOCK.     EASY   PAYMENTS  ON   GRAM-O-PHONES   IF   DESIRED.      YOU    ARE    ALWAYS   WE ���
COME   IN   OUR   STORE,  WHETHER   YOU   BUY  OR   NOT.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSI
CENSUS     OF      MANUFACTURERS.'
Canada's Industries Will Be Summed'
. Up Next Year.
On first of June next year a census
will be taken of the manufacturers of:
Canada. It will ascertain the capital
employed ln works in lino, together I
with tlte value or land, buildings and
plant, the kind or class of products of
the works by quantity or number of1
finished articles and their value in
the year. These statistics will relate
generally to factories employing five
hands or more during the year, but
In such Industries as flour and grist
mills, brick works, siw and Bhlngie
mills, electric light and power plants,
and a few others where the value of
products ls large in proportion to the
number of if sons employed returns
will be reiulrel without regard to
the number of cni| loyees. The employees of work wil Include managers, "iBupe'rlnten'ents, etc., on salaries, olllcers, clerk, etc., on salaries,
operatives or workers classed as overt*
anJ  under  sixteen   years on   wagQB,
419 Columbia Street
.New Westminster^^
and piece-workers employed outside
cf   the   works.     Salaries,   wages   and
payments to all officers nnd employees will be entered on the schedule for the census ..ear by sex, and
wlll include the aggregate weeks
employed In the year, average hours
of working time per week, and aggie-
gate wages paid to them in the year.
The aggregate weeks nf time and
tho aggregate wages paid will refer
to the whole body of employees for
the year, while the average hours of
working time will .refer lo an average computed for all employees in
the year for ono week only. For
piece-workers outside of the works
the statistics nre required to show by
sex the aggregate payments made to
this class in the year, and also the
aggregate value of their products.
The power employed in the works
will   show   the   number   and    horse
power of steam, gas or gasoline engines, water wheels and electilc motors, as well as the power sold to or
bought from other public or private
companies. The fuel used at the
works will show the quantity 1 of coal,
wood or oilier fuel and Its value lai.l
'town at tbe works, including transportation and duties. The coal will be
classified by measure to snow wuetit-
cr it is foreign or Canadian. Custom work nnd raw materials will be
reported by kind or class, and entries
wlll be made to show amounts received in the year for custom work
and repairs, and the cost value of
raw or partly finished materials used
at the works. The kind or class of
products of Ihe works In 1910 will be
entered by separate name If moro
than one Is made, Ihe (inanity or number of each finished article and the
value of separate products In the year.
The aim  of this record Is
the   extent   and   variety   0 J
Hirers in each province .<��' |hel
,������ |, will be understood <,e<l
statutes  as  complied  ana t       iA.f
l .   nf   111**
will give away no records �� ���,���.,
���al business. Totals will ' ,,������,,[
ed  only  where three 01   �� ,_i
tries of a class or kind J, ;
All information here reran ������
be    collected    by    enuraerat
schedule N>>. 9- . in(justr5''
| The census of the dairy .^i
relating to the prod uction ^ ,���,,,,
cheese, cream and ' ��� ' ' l8,and
will be taken on ached"" ��� duct
will show for each kindI oi i^
its quantity and selling vw d ,0r
quantity of milk sndoJJJ nuB1-
conversion al the taWorW ��� , ���f
ber  of   patrons,  am   ' ,���   te
money   distributed   to  "ll
year. n.y   NOVEMBER
28,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
TENDERS.
log near Carcross, Yukon Territory
Flans and specifications may he
seen at the offices of T. p. Neelands
Inspector of Indian Agencies Yancouver; W. K Ditchburn, Inspector of
Indian Agencies, Victorli
Miller,  Assistant  Gold  Comni
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the east side of the
extreme bead of the north arm of
orainey's Inlet, thence east 40 chains,
Whitehorse, Y. T.; the Commission.. ���_��� "!'e,sou,h 50 chains, thence west
of the Yukon, i)awS��   Z   v   TM0..l'l,alm' ,lie'"�� north 60 chains to
H.    C.
issloner,
City,  Y.  T.,
.Mining   Recorder,
addressed    to the    unacr- and Percy  Reed,
Tenders �� ^   aml endorsed    on Carcross, Y   T
Envelope ���Tender for ���nce: Each tende,- must be accompanied
e fnuo Depot." will be received by a marked cheque .mule payahle to
F1.-..., on the ���   the undesigned for a sum equal to
���J'>* I five  per cent  of  the  amount    of the
Depot tender.    The cheque will be forfeited
ince ot if the person tendering decline to en-
umbia, inciuum.   .lie erec- ter into a contract when called
Reinforced Concrete Wharf, to do so.   lf the tender be not
oaCh      Trestle,      Power
post   of commencement.    Purpose for
which It is required, quarrving.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
P��?��,no_y of January, 19V
THN D��y ot a Buoy
��� ^      ,,t in the Provl!
: Prln 1 ,��� bin. including the
NEW
i-itish
Ion ol a
Imber
Chimney,   Buoy
Offices  and    Dwellings,
illation    of    Drainage
Shed, the
al'l'i
l0U6e  *'th
lores.
t  insta
W System..
plan!i' J?L may he seen and forma
ss e.! *����* D^art-
of Marine  and
he office of
ed  the cheque  will  be
event  of
upon
accept-
returned.    In
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
Distrlct of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver,  Ii. C, occupation
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
itions   and
If!.
at t
Fisheries,
the  Agent
(nient  of Mai Ine and Fish
Halifax, N.S., St
Mi
Victoria, ���>���*��� ������
v H   Quebec and  Montreal, at not
Wi*** Office,  I'i i"ce Rupert, B.C.,
���      the Custom House, Winnipeg,
tcceptance of tender the, .  ,,,	
aiso cheque will he held until the contract Permission to purchase tbe following
ana i.s signed, when It will he returned.       described lands:
The successful tenderer will he re-'   [Commencing  at    a    post    planted
Aiuries quired to furnish a bond in s-iUsfac- ,l,Kmt twenty chains north from   the
tfuy sureties for a sum equal to tlio ;Soutliwest coiner of    Timber    Lease
amount of the contract, 38769,  Texada  Island,    thenoe    west
The lowest or any tender not neces- eighty  chains, thence    south    eighty
ailly accepted. chains, thence    east    eighty   cliains,
The unauthorized insertion  of this ,flen(,e north eighty chains to point of
Ot-i
Ofl
Mat
fe|v lump sum tenders, on the ten-
rU prepared  by    the    Depart-
L'.ill be considered.
r_,,'ii lender  must be accompanied
accepted bank cheque ln favor
I*. Deputy Minister of Marine and
|LLje�� equal   to   live  per  cent,   of
whole   amount    of   the  tender,
_* cheque wlll be forfeited If the
cessful tenderer  declines   to  sign
Articles "i   Agreement above re-
or   fails   to   complete   the
Cheques
tenders
advertisement  in
be paid for.
McLEAN,
Secretary.
Depart ment   of  Indian   Affairs.
Ottawa, November ', mo.
any newspaper will
J.  D.
commencement,  containing  no acres
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Vancouver, H. a, September tl, 1!H0.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
NAVAL SERVICE OF CANADA
If
feed
to contract,
unsuccessful
to
l0.  accordln
���ompanylng
Wbe returned.
|T;, Departmenl   does
L|| to accept    the
lender.
|f,e��spapers
not  bind   it-
lowest    or    any
\ yards
copying this advertise-j malt,
Notice Concerning Tenders for Victuals for the Naval Service.
SEALED TENDER8 addressed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
for Victuals" and accompanied by a
certitied cheque for 10 per cent of
the amount of the tender, will he re-
ceived up till noon on Wednesday,
November 30, at the Department of
the Naval Service, Ottawa, for the
supply of the following commodities,
to he delivered at the Naval Dock-
at Halifax, N. S. and
B.  ('.,   Beans,   (haricot)
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2951, thence north
about 60 chains more or less, to or
near Saklnaw Lake, thence east 00
chains more or less, thence south 80
chains more or less, thence west 40
Esqui-1 chains, more or less, thence north 40
Choco- chains, more or less, thence west 40
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'aes tor Ladles from .12/5
���P.
Sliver Watchea,   gents'   open face
16.00.
Sliver Watches,  gents' open
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watchwa.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
case,
Elgin
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
aear The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
CUSTOMS SALE.
tot without authority from the De-
Lment will not be paid for same.-
'  ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
jjient of Marine and  Fisheries,
I Ottawa. Canada. November 8, 1910,
late.   Flour,   Jam,   Marmalade.   Meat,  chains more or less, to the place of
preserved     (Corned     Beef,     Mutton,  commencement.
To be sold by public auction under
the provisions of the Customs Act, at
the examining warehouse at New
Westminster on Thursday, December
1, 1910, at 10:30 a.m., 60 packages of
goods which have been forfeited or
which are in default for payment of
duties under the Customs Laws.
List of goods on file and to be seen
at the Customs Office, Express
Offices and Railway Freight Offices
this city.
Terms, Cash.
New Westminster, B.C., November
15, 1910.
ANGUS MUNN,
Collector of Customs.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Auctioneers.
THOMPSON SETON
ON ANIMAL HEROES
i��Y ���'���
TENDERS.
i  TENDERS   addressed   to
and endorsed "Ten-'
Brawn), Milk, condensed, Mustard,
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 be had   from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized    publication    of   this
Notice will not be paid for.
0. .1   DESBARATS,
.TAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 191C.
tohv  FERDINAND FiAC-GS   Acant
LAND   ACT.
NOTICE.
m undersigned 	
L (or construction ot two L80 cubic Deputy Minister of the Naval Service
Lr: �� len dump scows for dredge     Department of the  Naval   Service
(Mud Urk"   British   Columbia."   will ottawa   October  25th,  1910.
��recehed al this ofllce until -I p.m
,  Dei ember   9,   1910,   for    the
j[...   ��� m of the scows mentioned,
I     ��� : specification and form of
tetania!   be  procured  al  the  of-
V.. ma.  Bayfield, Buperin-
Jeatoi; ol Dredges, New Westmln-
bf, D ('. where form of contract
... ��� e   seen.
j gt  spi   Iflc itions   and    form    of
|.;���   ��� ���..    also  be seen and forms
mder ol' lined   at   the  ollice   of
-i ^i,   resident    archill   c. and at the  De-
!������:��� ol   Public   Works,  Ottawa.
lerlng are notified that
(������ , .:  lie considered  unless
r. i thi printed forms supplied,
a: signi ! with their actual si. milt;:-- Btai :. their occuptiona and
| - . | lence of each member
���  ::i  must   be  given. _ I
er must be accompanied
lb. an an-iii ci cheque on a charter-
��d bank, payable to the order of the
fell I Ip the Minister of Public
ifforks, equal to ten per cent (10) of
Jthe amounl of the tender, which will
I    ' I   If  the  person  tendering
prline to enter Into contract when
I : , : in do so. or fail to com-
pete tlie work contracted for. If the
Iitender he not accepted the cheque
11 li? i(turned.
By  Order.
R. C. DE8ROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department   of   Public   Works.   Ot-
fctowa, November 16, 1910.
Newspapers   will  not  be  paid   tor
|iMs advertisement  If they  Insert  it
without  authority   from   the   depart-
I Ment.
NAVAL     SERVICE     OF     CANADA.
Notice      Concerning      Tenders      for
Clothing  and  Kit for the  Seamen
of   the   Naval   Service.
8EALED TENDERS addiessed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
for Clothing and Kit" accompanied by
sami les and a certified cheque for 10
per rent of the amount of the tender,
will be received up till noon on Wednesday. November lit), 1910. for the
following contracts:
1. For the supply of���Boots, Uniform Badges and Buttons. Underwear,
Socks, stockings. Jerseys, Comforters, Cholera Belts. Leggings, White
Shirts, Collars. Towels, Blankets.
Beds Bed Covers. Knife Lanyards,
Brushes (Tooth. Hair, Clothes and
Bool >, Combs (horn).
���J. Blue Berge, Duck, .lean, Drill,
Flannel and shirting In the piece.
3.   For the making UP of the folio .v-
New Westminster Land District.   Dis
trict  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand |
Baggs. of Nelson    island,   occupation 1
farmer,  intends  to  apply  for  permis-
sion  to purchase  tbe    following    described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
bead of Billings bay, and about 40
chains easterly from the southeast
corne- of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence soutl 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND   BAGGS.
Dated August 29. 1910.
The undersigned has moved his
iff Ice to 1316 Cariboo street, where
'ie will conduct the real estate business under liis own name. The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
I). D   BOURKE.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
OF
Re-Survey of City.
Property owners intending to erect
stone or concrete boundary walls, or
fences, should refrain from doing so
until the re-survey of the city is complete, as tbere is no provision In the \ wolf
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 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water
of Dralney's inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west BO chains, thence
south 100 chains, tlience east 50
cliains to post of commencement. Pur-
special surveys act allowing for com-
hensation should the existing boundaries prove inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citv Hall, November 24, 1910.
Appeal For Dumb Napoleons
Who Never Leave Their
Waterloo.
Winnipeg, Nov. 27.���Ernest Thompson Seton, the famous Canadian naturalist, author, and lecturer, spoke
last evening on "Animal Minds and
Heroes" from the platform of the
Central Congregational church. Wonderful opportunities of study combined with a deep love of the four-footed
race, has made the man a thorough
master of his subject, and this together with his brilliant oratory enabled him to carry his audience along
with him, breathless with interest,
from the opening sentence of the address to tbe final appeal.
Dr. J. E. Jones, United States com
sui, ln introducing Mr. Seton referred
to the fact that he was here under
the auspices of the Manitoba Game
Protective association, and introduced
him further as the futher of the boy
scout movement in Canada.
Defining a hero   as   one   endowed
with unusual gifts, and striking a happy   medium    hetween    the    extreme
| theories one of which claims that an
animal's mind is but a bundle of   inherited   instincts,   and   its   opposite,
which   holds   that   animals   liave    as
man  inherited  instinct coupled  with
reason.    Mr. Seton said that his purpose in  portraying wonderful    individual animals was to show to   what
height an animal  could rise and yet
belong  to   the   same   species.     "Animals," said the speaker, "differ from
man not in  kind but in degree, and
among  animals  the  one   which   has
painted  more varigated  page on  human history perhaps than any other
is the wolf."    He said that records of
at least fifty of these heroes of tlieir
kind had been preserved.    Mr. Seton
related the story of one La Bete, the !
giant wolf who for four years terrorized France and was not captured until an army of 40,000 men was set on
his trial, and then only after a weary
struggle lasting six weeks.
The skin of tbis wolf was presented
I to King Louis, and was destroyed in
the fire at the Tuilleries in 1871.
Educated  to   Respect  Man.
Mr. Seton contrasted with this reign
of terror the attitude of the modern
educated  through  gunpower to
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE   SUNSET    BLUE   .PRINT   CO.
Trapp  Block.
Phone 711.
Box 160.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
. Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to;open a
bank account. Si
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Inter est js paid on* Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
n,'siness  Accounts g opened
on r'avorable terms.   ::* ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETSI$48,000.000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.!,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street,
B.   C.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ',
Estimates Given  on  Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER,
Notice.
Merchants requiring rings in curbs
of sidewalks on Columbia street, for
on the"river entering the head (the purpose of hitching horses, please
not ifv the citv engineer at once.
W. A. DUNCAN.
CITY Clerk.
City Hall, November 23, 1910.
lng garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpers pose for which it is required, quarry-
(with iiiKf without cuffs). Duck Jump- mg.
ois. Trousers, (Duck, Serge Cloth)
Overcoats. Monkey Jackets, Shirts.
Flannel I'ndervests, Seamen's Collars,
Caps, iround and peaked), Cap Covers overalls. (Combination Suits).
The i et lod of contract to be for
year from December 1st, 1010 for
Schedules   1   and    2  and
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 2<Uh. 1910.
one
Art hies
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re an undivided half of the   southeast quarter of section 9, township 13,
January 1st, 1911 for Articles :n New Westminster    district.    Whereas
in
TENDERS.
from
Schedule 3.
Forms of tender may be had from
the undersigned.
Unauthorised   publication   of   this
Notice will not he paid for.
O. .1. DESBARATS,
'Deputy Minister of the Naval Sei vice.
Department  of the  Naval   Service,
Ottawa, October 2r.tb
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
The Secretary, Department of Indian
Affairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope, "Tender for Alert Dav C.irls'
Home," wm
Deoen |,
'���'��� a frami
at ai
l!  1'
1910.
r|
he received  up
SO,   1910,   for  the
'"'aiding school
Hay     (Cormorant
to noon
erection
building
Island i,
AUCTION
BERTH
P1<ins and   specifications   may   be
,': ii the otiices of T. F. Neelanda,
'"'��� of Indian Agencies. Van-
couver; w e, Dlchbum, inspector .f
i,"1"'11 A ,n,des, Victoria, and W. M.
Halllday, Indian Agent, Alert Hay.
������'u'h lender must be accompanied
' i ��� ' d cheque male payable to
undersigned for a sum eciual to
,"'1 "id of the amount of tender,
cheque will be forfeited If the
":"'�� tendering decline to enter Into
i when called upon to do so.1
SALE      OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 1198BF, issued in tlie name of
John Sweeny, has been filed In this
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
date of the first publication hereof, in
a dailv newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
he made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, November IB, 1910.
NOTICE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
m
C. P. R.
and  Agas-
timber under
I-
Notice is hereby    given   that   The
River Tannery, Limited, a body
incorporated    under     the
Fraser
by
t��.
llv,
Tl,
Kootenay
(No. 96).
If the
chei
of
tender he not accepted the
lie will |,0 returned. In the event
accePtance of tender the cheque
'.'' '" held until the contract is
"Sned, when It will be returned.
"e successful tenderer will be re-
Wired to furnish a bond ln satisfac-
JV sureties for a sum equal to the
"';'"��' <>r the contract.
ine .invest or any tender not neces-
accepted.
,c unauthorized Insertion of this
"'CitlKement In anv newananer will
not ���>*��� paid for.
McLEAN,
Secretary.
art.ncit of Indian Affairs,
Wwwa, October 2fi, 1910.
The   right   to  cut
cense on  Berth  No, B3B, comprising
'"V^'t^JS cor.ora��c. . .   ,
of   Bl.lti8h  Columbia,   Will  M     "�������"     ..H,.���ish    Columbia    Companies    Act,
;,t public auction at the upsel price o Hn(J   Amending ,\cts," carrying
12.670.00, including cost of suivey. w buslne8B   ln   H.e   District  of  New
', nVllH,K  p,  m.. on Wednesday the u.(ii.|ult_.ter ami pr0vlnc.   of Hritish
-sth of December next, at the Office
3 the   Dominion  Timber  Agent  at	
New Westminster: c uncll tor the approval of a CANADIAN
��� '"",u '  ���" for Uie construction of wharves' *-**-**'*'**���***'���**'���
southerly   shore     of     the
ED GOULET, Agent
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
ind Okanagan.    I No..971.
17:05���From Vancouver.
19:20���From Seattle and Mission.
22:50���From Montreal and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   9ti).-
17:50���To Agassiz nnd Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
H. W. BRODIE, G. P. A., Vancouver.
couver.
Seattle,
(No. 97)
Ni-
nniher Berth No. B3B,
rovlnce   of   British
Seed ion   2S
the
comprising
West   Of   Coast
Rn area of 640 acres more or
Coin r.bli, s��e
Township so. on    the
t. nun. ii, having applied to ills Ex-
Icellehcy,   the   Governor   General     n|
for the approval of a certain
the construction of wharves I
39,
Meridian,  containing Fraser
river,      situate
of   blocks   "A,"
on
"B,"
the
and
,a foreshore
C," being portions of lots seven (1)
���in area m "^*   **^ ���                 ,   .���,   i-,v u.    uoiu_  uw,wvub ���.  ���*���  ~~  ���   -   -
own on  Plan of survey signedI by ^             (8)_              t       (2)  ,    ttle
Mr   A. Llghthall, D. U S��� surveyen . Qf New Westmlnster and Pr0-
n May.  1810, ���*���������'  ot  re('0,'ll1 _.     . vince of Hritish Columbia, have    de-
Timber and  Grazing  Branch of uie . p. wHh the Honorable the Min-
saviu-
Thi
he,,;
it In any
J,  D
TENDERS.
lWot15D   TBNDERB    addressed to
Secretary, Department of Indian
������nv'rT' n,lawa- ��nd  marked  on  the
BlOpe 'Tenders for Carcross Hoard-
rioL * I0*'" wm be received up <��
'��� February 26, 1011, for the erec-
��f a frame boarding school bulld-
Tlmbei     .,,.,.
t^ full  amount   nf   the^chaje
Ortce, and the ground rental fo.  the
etc   are contained In the llm
b,r Regions, a copy of which may
dnrsigned.  oi   u��  u"
a    ����� .,i  New Westminster.
Agent at i^ew p  Q  REYE8.
Secretary.
Ottawa. Oatober 12th. 1010.
The
rental
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,  Ltd.
"THE   ROYAL LINE.'
respect man. He said that the same
change had come to pass in the relations of man with other animals, not
ably the grizzly bear, who now flees
from even the scent of man.
Coming to the story of the wolf war
of 188B-6-7, Mr. Seton said before that
time   the   grey   wolf  had,   finding  its
prey the buffalo vanished,  became a
menace to the cattle on  the  ranges.
The bounty of %o tempted many cow-
hoys,   the   unsuspicious   wolves   were
easy victims of the poison and trap.
and in those three years fully 100,000
of the animals were killed.    Mr.  Seton  himself was one of the band of
wolvers. and he told of the cunning]
which  finally made the hunted  rem-1
nant in the foothills too wary to be,
easily  caught.    Those who   had   not
been   taught   from   experience,   were
taught   by   their    fellows,   who    had
learned to keep away from man, from
poison, and from traps, and Mr. Seton
said that this accounted for the fact
that the cattle country in wllich twenty-five years ago the wolf was practically exterminated, was again gradually filling up, the wolves no longer,
however, being a menace to man.
Language  Among  Animals.
Speaking   of   tbe   theory   of   language among   animals,   the   lecturer,
who  has an extraordinary power of
Imitation, gave the three calls whose
meaning  he   has   recognized   among
the wolves, the long smooth rallying
cry, the hunting cry exactly like that
of a pack of hounds on the scent, and
the   savage   exultant  cry   when  the
prey has been captured.
Mr. Seton had with him a "remarkable series of views, some of animals
taken by the flashlight system and
some of trees in the west. Most interesting of these latter was the
photo of the tree which by tbe marks
of the claws In the bark told the story
of Wab's chase of the black bear.
Another was of the sulphur pool
where the grizzly hero took his baths,
and still another was of the canyon
Into which Wnb wandered and died
overcome by the poisonous gases. Mr.
Seton remarked tlvt the curious part
of \ this familiar story of Wah was
that the very parts to wbicli his critics took the most serious objections
were the parts for which he had the
proofs.
Mr. Seton clospd with an appeal
for the protection and preservation of
these animal Napoleons who never
leave their Waterloo, but die fighting."
Thomson Blk.
Phone 388
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3*_   to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  St.   New  Westminster.
HOSPITALZ
Westminster Pktvate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terma from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
I
C0A,T LAND OWTBlCt RANGE 2.
,j,at t  William Robert
oSIVv!^'.���-. occupation
posited
Ister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
to construct, together with a description of the full site thereof described
by metes and bounds, and have also
deposited a duplicate of each ln the
office of the registrar of deeds for
the District of New Westminster, in
which district the said works are proposed to be constructed, ln accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of
the "Navigable Waters Protection
Act," chapter 115 of the Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Fraser River Tannery,
Limited.
Dated at the City of New Westminster thla 27th day of October, 1910.
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Halifax:
"Royal Edward"  Dec. 7
"Royal  George"    Dec.   14
"Royal  Edward"    Dec.  21
And Fortnightly thereafter.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    114,400,000.00
RESERVE     11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters ot Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Depoalta
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest alio we"*, at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Most Direct Route to Bristol, London
and the Continent.
Tickets and Reservations from E
Goulet, C. P. R. agent, or write to Wm
Stapleton. General Agent, 227 Mali
street, Winnipeg.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEW8.
Trade Maims
Design*
Copyrights Ac
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through ltuun �� Co, receive
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Scientific American.
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anaUa, *.<.**. a year, post**, prepaid.   Sold bf
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FOR CHILLIWACK
And Uprlver Landings
The New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leavea New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Prf.
lay and Sunday at 1a.m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO. Lt*.
New Westminster.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 5*7.
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PAGE EIGHT.
	
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   NOVEMBER 28
City News
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brings out natural beauty ot
tbe wood, lt produces * rich, artistio
finish, lo which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood."  Use it on your tloors and woodwork, too.   Johnson's Powdered Was ls
Ior all dnncintr tloors.
You can .ct Johnson's free book, "The
���   Proper Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
E   and Furniture" und these preparations ol
| ANDERSON &LUSBY[
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
NOW
is the time to buy a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big pinter stock Is now in from
the best makers We have them at
a low price and we have a kind
\YK GUARANTEE. We have also
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
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
A new city treasurer will probably
be appointed by the city council this
evening. Today is tlie last date for
receiving applications for the position.
���A magic lantern entertainment will
be held in tlie school room of St.
Paul's Reformed Episcopal church
this evening.    Supper will follow.
Mrs. Begg, dressmaker, experienced,
good tit; per day $2.00. 713 Trew
street. **
A rugger team of Columbian college
students journeyed to Vancouver on
Saturday, where they met defeat at
the hands of McGill college by nine
to none.
S. A. Cruickshank and S. A. Caw-
ley, of Chilliwack, were visitors in
the city on Saturday.
For sale, lot on Twelfth street, near
London street, $760.00; easy terms.
Apply McAdam & Irwin. **
The death occurred from pneumonia
at the Royal Columbian hospital on
Saturday morning of a Mr. Fortune.
No further particulars were available
yesterday.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, Moral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R 208 **
R. I. Matthews, of Vancouver, delivered an address in the Crystal
theatre yesterday evening. A fair
audience heard his Socialistic arguments with evident relish.
St. Andrew's dance, November 30,
in the Odd Fellows' hall. Tickets from
committee of the Sons of Scotland or
at the door. Gentlemen 75 cents,
ladies free.
��� *
Bishop de Pencier is asking the
Church of England men in New Westminster to meet 1 )m at the See House
on Wednesday evening at eight
o'clock. The bishop desires an opportunity of discussing the whole question of missions with laymen and as
an aid to reaching a common point
of view thinks the man who carries a
pipe ought to bring it along.
Sheriff's sale at Steed & Hewlett's
bakery. Columbia street, Sapperton,
on Tuesday, November 20, at two
o'clock p.m., of bake oven nnd equipment, flour, scales, show cases, counters, shelving, horse and delivery
wagon, etc. **
An important deal was put through
by Reid, Curtis & Dorgan on Saturday, when thirteen and a half acres of
land of the North road, between this
city and Port Moody, were disposed
of by Mrs. Walmsley for $11,000, the
purchasers being Vancouver men.
There Is a good ten roomed house
and some outbuildings on the farm, as
well as tive hundred bearing apple
trees.
Millinery���Miss Davev. ladles' nnd
children's practical milliner, 411 Sixtli
street, near Fourth avenue. Hats and
bonnets renovated and remodeled
Ladies' own materials made up.
Charge* moderate. **
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Ihe Centnl Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
give us   a   trial
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,   Etc.
F. H. Dodman, while splitting kindling about eleven o'clock last night
almost severed his first finger with j
an axe. He was taken to tlie Royal
Columbian hospital, where he is being
cared for.
C. Miller, a man supposed to he
implicated in the recent robberies at
Langley. was brought to the city on !
Saturday and appeared before Magistrate Pittendrlgh. He was remanded
for one week.
Sheriff's sale at Steed & Hewlett's
bakery, Columbia stieet. Sapperton,
on Tuesday, November "JO, at two|
o'clock p.m., of bake oven and equipment, flour, scales, show cases, counters, shelving, horse and delivery
wagon, etc. **
Traere, the Port Mann foreman, appeared in the provincial police court
on Saturday and on a charge of assaulting a Frenchman was found
| guilty and fined $25 and costs. Adam
S. Johnston, for W. Norman Role, K.
C, appeared for the defendant.
Rev. C. W. Houghton preached his
farewell sermon to St. Barnabas congregation yesterday evening. .Mr.
Houghton resigned his charge some
time ago, and on Friday he leaves for |
Los Angeles and San Diego, where
he will spend the winter with his
family.
Karl Helehins, the husky fisherman
whose tussle with P. t\ Martin provide! excitement for a couple of hundred interested and helpless citizens
on Friday afternoon, appeared in
co*J ��� on Saturday morning and was
flne fined $10 and costs for being
drunk and $25 and costs for resisting
arrests.
Not only has Victoria taken stei s to
I'fht its streets according to New
Westminster plan, but Toronto has
tanen i: up. As an experiment King
street has been lighted from Yonge to
Bay, and a few blocks of residence
streets as well. Toronto papers are
satisfied. j
Now Is the time to tret spring
flowering bulbs from Davies. the Florist.    Phone R208. **
Tbo most successful bazaar which
ha.s been conducted here for some
years came to a close on Saturday
night when the festivities which have
been held for the last, few evenings
in St. Patrick's ball came to a rinse.
Although all the accounts have not
heen Straightened o.t as yet, it is
estimated that the bazaar will nel
close to $900 for the organ fond of
St. Peter's cathedral. On the ballot
taken as to the relative mei its of a
"wet" or "dry" town, the wets won
by a vote of almost three to one.
The Public
Supply Stares
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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| Some Good Buys
:
! ��� Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
| ��� Price $850.00, Terms
X Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms
* 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms
��� See us about Port   Mann
| CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Ladies' Leather Handbags
direct from the
Manufacturer
The values presented in our new Xmas showing of Ladies' Handbags demonstrate the advisability of purchasing at headquarters.
Better values have never been offered in New Westminster. Styles
are the very newest featured in every-day use in tlie large fashion
centers. It Is Impossible to discribe each individual style, but we Invite you to inspect today's opening of Handbags. You can choose.
Each at  $1.00 to $11.75
Taffeta
Silk
Underskirts
The new "Klos-fit" underskirts,
so necessary with the present
styles of dress, are proving immensely popular. They are
made with clasp and eyelets at
the back of the waistband,
which allows It to be adjusted
to any size desirable, leaving
no BUperflous fullness. They
are shown ln turquoise, brown,
navy, black and white, and a
wide range of changeable
shades in emerald, rose, wisteria, king's blue and smoke.
Any one of which would prove
acceptable as a Xmas Gift.
Each $5.95, $6.75, $7.50 and $10.
Children's
Sleeping
Suits
75c.
each
A full range of sizes now to be
bad In tlie Underwear Section.
.Made of heavy fleece domet in
one piece with feet attached,
All sizes.    Each    75c.
Padded Silk
Kimonas
Women's and Children's Padded Japanese Silk Kimonas,
handsomely embroidered, with
fancy cuffs and pockets, thick
silk cord at waist; shown in
shades of sky. navy, cardinal
and     shell     pink.       Children's
sixes  each    $6.75.
Women's sies each $8.75 to $10.
Gait Fleece
and Blanket
Cloth
Kimonas
Plain and fancy striped materials, heavy, warm and well-
finished, some with square
Dutch neck, turnover collars,
with double rows of fancy
stitching.     Each  $4.50  to  $5.50.
Slumber
Socks
made of Gait fleece. In all colors.    Per pair   50c.
Plush
Waists
similar    to    B   Nazareth    waist;
heavier     and     warmer,     All
sizes       35c.
SILK   LINED   in
GLOVES
$1.75
Per pair
Two styles Bhown ,    ,
warm comfortable   ,.i,     e
silk lined even       uj0^
tlps.    Heavy calf   ��,""��
*/"' lorne fasternerg ,!
shades of grey tar, '
brown, and bS _��������$
to .'/��;  per pair ...   ,._,��*
KERSEY CLOTH
COATINGS
$1*50 to $2.00 yard
Cloths particularly adan)
for making up into children',
coats They are Bl |nche
wide, in plain or serge t��5
finish heavy, firm and shown
i" nice shades ol navy
green, brown, ucarlel light
and dark cardinal ' Bre,
wine, etc Pei yard $1.50
t0     . $2.00
HEAVY BLANKET
COATING
$1.50 to 1.75 yard
Very heavy, :,| lni.h ,M
wool blanket cloth, suitable
for men's smoking jackets
Shown In plain, .lark red -d-
$1.50 per yard, and in dark
navy plaid at, per yard $1.75
I   THE   CHRISTMAS
SHOWING OF
NECKWEAR
grows  larger    day    by day.
Kvery day brings some new
neckwear. Aires ly ou
Ing affords a  large  rarlety
from which to choose Xmas
gift..      Headed    cnllais   ar!
seta,     shawl     collars,    silk
scarves,  knitted  col
throws,     marabot
Dresden  collars,    real    lace
Jabots    and    i oil        iin^n
collars, etc.    Man        I ���
are sold  in  Indh Id
of attractive appi
prices, each... 25c to $10.00
NEW DRESS
TRIMMINGS
Among    the    ne* ��� bi
mlngs to band, are I ���  nt
wide black Bilk braids
ored   band    braids,
cord  braids,  brogs it!
white      and      colors,     etc.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SEND YOl'K ORDERS TO
TO BE CLEANED ANI) DYED
BY THK NEW AND PERFECT PROCESS.
We  have   wide  experience  in
Cleaning nnd  Dying.
Machinery   and   skilled     work
people,   in   facl   We   have   every
facility at hand to give you tho
BKST  WORK  FOR  THE
'   LEAST MONEY.
Crowns    and     Cost nines,  Cents'
Suits,   Gloves,   etc.
G.  F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone Ft 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
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!
I
iTN��DRE6BF^ FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
PHONE 473
������
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
*���*���*���<
>���������*>*>+���
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NEW.
If you want something choice for Today s -J
ner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast o
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it��
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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