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MA, 4j|_f||iTE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1910.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
TECHNICAL MAM COMMISSION
USTENS TO INMS1G CVIDENCt
Thomas  Turnbull, Representing  Trades and   Labor Council,  Declares  Workers Are
Not Anxious To Study For Benefit Of "Exploiters"---Ladies Plead
For Domestic Training In Schools.
the brief stay which the
Igsion "ii technical educa-
the amount
take
Aside from
royal <<"l,nl1
tlon m^e bere yesterday,
of evidence they  managed  to
riii a |,...ine of the visit.
Ti���, weather proved to be unfavor-
���Me and for that reaaon the proposed
lour '<>! Il!'' rily  w"s t'"'  ilH Hl1""   M
DMBlble     The   inembeis  of  the   COm-
Ljlon, I"-. Robertson, lion. .1. x.
Armstrong, James Simpson. 0, M.
and J. W. Hengough, arrived
��:)n tram from Vancouver and
"Why    all
and    selling
future generations
hurry over cutting
timher ?"
"I notice that it is a transportation
centre and has many    facilities   tor
shipping and Importing goods,   it. has
substantial means tor the support of Simpson,
a great place.   It requires intelligent      "Probably sixteen would be better,'
labor and  skill   to develop  these  re- sai.1 Mr, Lusby.
sources you Spoke of.    It  Is the In:*;.' High School  Matters.
ness of the commission here today to|    "E,  r,  MacMillan
BRITISH HOUsE
IS NOW DISSOLVED
King's Speech Makes Brief
Reference toConstitutional
Crisis-Martin In Danger.
this were compelled to go to school here,
tiie but he thought that fourteen was not
I too obi.
"Don't you think a boy of fourteen
ls Incapable to entei- into industrial
activity ?"    demanded    Commissioner
CREW OF FREIGHT STEAMER
COWED BY REVOLVER SHOTS
Spaniards on Clan McLean Refuse   to
Work���Mutineers Made Prisoners
by   Determined   Officers.
. urra
on the
enquire if there is any way of teaching agricultural science here; if there
are any night   schools   or   technical
acting   piincipal
vere driven to the Russell hotel. Here schools of training in which the young
tiiev sta\td only a few minutes and workmen may be educated to tlie
tlijn were taken to tbe High school, tasks they must approach? If there
���her. Dr. itohertson gave a short ad- is nothing here ;o teach scientific
dregs to the pupils and teachers. HeIcraftsmanship then this place cannot
Sicily pointed out the object of the compete with those places which have
commit'"" and complimented the such advantages, for your goods -x\\\
city mi having such a fine Bchool.      | be inferior."
,\ftor inspecting the school the He very briefly outlined what
party were driven to Columbian col-' amount of work which the comniis-
legg, where a similar program wtis
followed, Dr. Robertson being the
epokesman of the party. After this
the members of the commission were
driven to the city hall along First
street to enable tliem catch a glimpse
of tlie bridge and the river.
Much   Information   Secured.
They arrived at the board of trade
of the High school, gave 'ome Interesting information as to the education
in the High school and Incidentally
iee recent controversy over the new
High Bchool was brought to the front
by some of the questions and answers.
There    were    17:i    pupils    in    the
school  and  of  these  about    one    in
every  eight came  from  outside    the
city limits.   Out of a class of seventy
ten Intended to take arts courses   at
the  commis- the university, twelve intended to take
sion  had  already done.    Starting    in  technical courses at some-of the great
Halifax last June they had journeyed  technical    schools    of   the   country;
across    the    continent,    stopping    at eighteen boys and two girls intended
something like eighty places and tak- to    take    ou    teachers'    certificates
ing   evidence   from   almost  800    per- and       four       girls       intended       to
sons as to the different matters. They  take    domestic    science  courses    at
had but very little time to spend in  some school in the east.    The others
each  place.    In  Toronto    and    other  of the class had net made up    their
great cities of the east they had only minds as to their future after leaving
., ,    ,    spent one week.    It would be delight- the High scliool
,. ,; shortly after fouroclock   f|���   ,������ no, vaMMa l0 prolontJ thell.;     Dp   ��, ���������.,.,_ t|me agQ ^ ^
stay here, but they hoped that if anyibeen  only  one  course  for  all  these
of those who were requested to    be  students to take,    but    recently   the'
present, or anyone else who hid    an  students witli    idea!?    of    taking    up I
idea that might be of some use to the technical work after graduation were
commission,  would put  it  in  writing  given    an    option    of    dropping    a'
and send  it  In. language and  taking  up a science.
I1" stated that the commission had
found that the growth of industrial
enterprises in the smaller towns ha 1
been greater proportionately than it
had been In large cities, in some
comparatively small place:- where the
natural advantages for transportation
London, Nov. 28.���Tlie second.parliament in the reign of the late Kingj
Edward Vll.. which met on February
la last, was dissolved today in pursuance of the program of tie Liberal
government to go before tlie country
on the question of the prerogatives of
the House of Lords.
The ki.ig's speech was notable for
its brevity, tlie only reference to the
constitutional crisis being an expression of regret because the conference between the leaders of the opposing controlling parties had failed
of an agreement as to the reformation
of the upper chamber.
The longest iind most interesting
paragraph, which immediately followed an allusion to the death of his
majesty's father, dealt with the recent
arbitration of the Newfoundland fisheries dispute with the l'nited States,
and expressed tbe confident ho.e that
tlie questions dealing with the North
Atlantic fisheries between Canada
and Newfoundland on the one hand
and tlie United States on the    other,
JARDINE AND LEE
CtfSH IN COUNCIL
Alderman Objects to Method
Of Naming Ottawa Delegates��� Favor Single Tax.
New York.    Nov. 28.���The    British
freight  steamer   Clan   .McLean,   from
the  far  east,  came  to    anchor    this
morning   in the shadow of the Statue (
of    Liberty    with     half    her    crew, there may bo no representatives from
prisoners between decks. tlie city  council with the deputation
A sudden squall arose in the council
chamber last evening, and as a result
which visits Ottawa to present the
case of tlie Fraser river. Alderman
Johnston read the report of the
finance committee to the effect that
Mayor. Lee and he had been chosen
as delegates for this occasion, and
moved its adoption. At the same time,
lie regretted that he had been select-
ed for this duty, as it was very inconvenient for him to leave the city
at this time.
Alderman Jardine Objects.
On the question being taken, Alderman   Jardine   rose to object, to   de
Price May Be Raised This Winter, of j manner in  which  this business    had
been handled. He was of opinion that
it was a matter that should have been
The Clan McLean replaced h <ir
Lascars with Spaniards at Gibraltar
and just before reaching Amei lea the
new crew refused to work.
The officers hud to fne several
shots over the heads of the crew before they became masters of the
situation.
THE    COAL    SITUATION.
It  May   Not.
Rumors of a rise of coal in the east
have  been  causing  some qualms   of
uneasiness  this side of  the  Rockies,
dealt with by the entire council, not
by tlie finance committee. The finance
committee did not    possess    all    the
lest  the  already  high  cost of living I brains of the council, and lie did not
1 see why  two members of that  ccm-
should be still further jacked up by
and although It was the intention    to
finish the work and go Immediately to
Vancouver In order to get  there by
six o'clock, so much   interesting  material was found that the meet lir; in
the clty ball did not adjourn until
after 6:30 o'clock.
The ipeakers were few. but the informal!'n was groat. Mayor Lee, alto'):1 not subject to any cross ex-
amina'. ii by the commissioners,
openet the proceedings by welcoming
tlie commission to the city and at tlie
Mme :ime pointing out some of its
fttantagei and possibilities.
He prefaced  his  remarks with    an
expression of regret   that  the board
��of trade v tli* city   -..ii. '���"  >���������''    nol
leen ci,i n sufficient  notice in order
lo ask all tliose  who might   be com.
peteni to elve  valuable  Information,
to attend    However, several had been
Uk< i ��� nd    and    (here was    no
donht l,:,t that the commission would
find sometl ing Interesting to work on.
ll" bi ite ! that the cly of New West-
mlnster was the town of the Praser
valley.    |(  was  the  centre of  a   huge
agri ire% on which hay, grains  BO��8*   read  before  tlie
and oti,.    agricultural products grew :;      ;,!
to perfi  -i n.
City Is Growing.
As a porl  and as an industrial centre  '���   citj   was growing.    There was
��me fifty  miles  Of  water  front  suit-
able for wharves and warehouses and
"i the | eaenl time there was a rha��-
"(1 from  twenty.five  to twenty-seven
feet deep from  New  Westminster    to
the ocean.     Tho   lumbering   industry
w;i* prodigious, either from a lack of
Interesl or a lack of knowledge, for
the gre.i    development    wbicli    was
hound i,,    i iime    as    soon    as    the
Panama canal was completed and the
���nipping  of  the   world  came  through
**���** can il Instead of around the other
f'A" ol ���  i   world as it did    at    present
He claimed that the Dominion gov-
wnmei ��� h id on the Fiaser river and
IU tributaries something like two
Mlllon reel of lumber which was only
waiting to be taken ont. Tho Industries on the Praser were handicapped
from lack of some attention to the
mer by the government Nature had
none wonders, but the government
****** '" ��� done anything to assist her,
Vancouver Overflow Coming Htre.
Referring
which have been the subject of con-  the addition of this  winter necessity
.roversy  for  nearly  a   century,  have|t0  the ]ong list ^  ccmmodities the
been    at   last finally settled bv   the        . ,        .     . . ,   . ,,     _
exchange value of which has altered
award of The Hague trlbuna
Increased Goodwill.
"It is tlie cause of special
sa*isfa.c-
so materially in tlie last few years.
With  the  intention  of  securing   a
the News in-
the
mittee should have been appointed.
Alderman Johnston again stated
that as a matter of personal desire,
he was quite willing to withdraw his
name, and that unless the council was
unanimous in endorsing his committee's report, he would ask to be relieved of the duty.
Mayor Lee then    stated    that    he
There was no course for boys intending to take up an industrial life.
Question���Would such a course be
a good thing ?
Answer���Splendid.
There was an urgent need for technical and domestic training. The girls
tion that it has been found  possible  pointer on this subject,
to   solve   bv   arbitration   problems   of  . . ,    ____!._.,
. .  : .    , .   ,.���     ,.      . terviewed    coal    merchants
such an intricate and difficult nature,;   -     ��� . . .  , thought  Alderman  Tnrrfino w,c i ,i_,,,.
citv.   The opinions of coal merchants  mougni Aiueiman .launne was mooring under a misapprehension, and wa3
proceeding  to  explain  the  nature  of
13  the circumstances which had render-
true,  as  one pointed   out,  that   the e,\ this action necessary, when Alder-
price of coal in the east lias no ae- man jardine interrupted him, stating
tual bearing on the price In the west, that tt was needless to rehearse what
as there is no eastern coal shipped  was perfectly understood,
here, owing to the prohibitive freight      Mayor Lee:    "Is there anything berates, yet, as another indicated with  j.,ind
and  raw  materials  were    not    great,   of the school had  petitioned twice lo
fine industries had been built up, solely through the intelligence and perseverance of tliose at the buck of
luein.
All Witnesses Swcrn.
Without further taking up the time
of the meeting, tlie chairman cal'ed
upon L. B. Lusby, president of the
board of trade, to give evidence. Mr.
Lusby. as weie all other witnesses,
was duly sworn, the commissio" '������".������
[ng that lower according to t e letters of commission which V ~. Ben-
ime BtlgatlOn
Mr. Lusby stated that although the
board or trade met regularly once a
montli to cUscuSS things relative to
the commercial welfare of the citv,
it had never taken Up industrial training or technical education. Asked if
he thought it would be a good idea to
take it up he admitted that it would.
Dr. Robertson then asked him to b'ing
the matter before the board at an
early date and submit to the commission t'ie result nf the deliberations.
This Mr. Lusby agreed to do.
Question���Ho you think Westminster is growing ?
Answer���Yes.
Q ��� What are the chief industries'?
A.���Lumbering,  fishing,  box-making
i supplementary    to    the    lumberinl.
mechanical   industries,  car
curing am
liave a course of domestic science inaugurate!.
The witne=s did not think that the
high s hool accommodation had been
keeping abreast of the development of
the city. No pupil had been turned
away for lack of actual seating space.
but he considered that the High
school  had  been  starved.
Streets, Then Schools.
Asked whether he thought the city-
was placing its streets before its
schools he replied that he thought  if j ghrewsburv  Sir C. L  I
and tlie award has been received by
both sides in a st it it which must tend  in the city seems to be about equally
to Increase goodwill," says the speech,  divided  on  this  point.    While  it
In  tbe House  of    Lords    tbe    lord
Chancellor announced that parliament
was prorogued and that the new parliament would assemble on December
15.
To Be Returned Unopposed. rates, yet, as another indicated wun tljnd your remarks';
The   party   organizations   bave   de-  e(,uai  truth, the  coal  mining  compa-      Alderman Jardine:    "There is noth-
cided   that   the   following    candidates  nies who bold the fate of consumers   i,tu behind my remarks: there is noth-
will be returned without opposition:       m this district in the hollow of their   jng behind any of my actions."
Dewsbury,     Right   Hon.   W,   Runci-   hands  may   raise   tlie   price  "on  gen-1     The  remark   was  made  with   some
;man  iLiberal):  Durham    (Cbeater-le-' eral principle."   lt is conceivable that, heat, and emphasized by the speaker
i street division). J. W. Taylor (Labor):   although no eastern coal i-; marketed
JDurham      (Houghton-le-Spring      divi-  here, there may yet be a relation be-
; sion i.  R.  Cameron  (Liberal);    Essex tween the two markets,    lf the rate
|>< Chelmsford division). B, G. Piety-. a***_ -u ha.esofa, obtained have been
man (Unionist!: Hants (East divi- i the highest whic9 t'.is producers conti in), W. G. Nicholson (Unionist); !s]dered it advisable to ca' " thc con-
Hants (South division). A. H. Lee Burners, r >d if It ihould be fotin:1 pos-
i I'nionist i; Ilytlie. Sir B. A. Sassoon j sjble in the e.ist to raise o:i the draw,
(Unionist);   Kent  (Medway division), then t'     mtural deduction la thai It
Colonel C.  B.  Ward  (Unionist);   Kent|wjj| fe found pcssible to do flies ne  thev decide  to do SO,  It   wo .hi  a.ei
(Seven   Oaks   division),     H.   W.   Por-jtijing  here,    It   is   possible,  said   bis   he fn order to object to the personnel
ster   (Unionist):     Middlesex     (Kallng   deal' -.   In   the   event   ot  tho    Frasar  of the delegation, Should  they bj  M-
division),      II-       Ilield       (Unionist i, j ,iver   being   frozen    over   "n.1    I cal  sire.
slapping bis papers on the table,
whereupon his worship read Mr. ,lar-
dine a lecture on the conduct, of pub*
lie affairs. Proceeding, m stated that
it was be,'o'',D tbe council in pe ;'~ftif
< rrect form. Tiie metnbers had We
opp ttunlty no-, of approving o:- disapproving of the proposal to seed
the'-c delegates to Ottawa, and should
li; opinion    there was    no
tin t   that   was   the     wrong
building
flsh curing and cold storage  (supple-  same of his qua
mentary to the fishing Industry).
Dr. Robertson then asked Mr. Lusby
to prepare a statement of the output
nf the different  industries, including
means for   marketing   and   the
was.    In
question
policy.
Tlie chairman asked Mr. McMillan
to hand in a written report of what
he thought would be useful to the
commission.
Manual Training.
William Nelson, the manual training teacher for the city schools was
the next witness and he gave interesting evidence as to his work.
He suggested that in the work thej
pupil was not given sufficient scope
for his originality; in fact there was
a regulation which prevented pupils
from attempting anything beyond the
stage to which they had been trained.
He, within the bounds thus defined,
had given the pupils all the latitude
he could ln the matter of individuality.
He gave the commission a short re-
lificatibna for   teach-
ill (Unionist); 'merchants are caught  s''ort   tint the|
Shropshire     (Newport    division).    B. j stoc:.   Of  coal   in   hand    will    nol    ho
Stannler (Unionist); Shropshire (Lud-oqhal t> the lemand.    ft will then be knowledge.    He wand'I to km v i:
low division).  Rowland Hunt  (Union-
What  About  Funds ?
Alderman  Bryson  had a fill
1st); Surrey (Chertsey division), Donald MacMaster (Canadian Unionist);
Surrey (Epsom division). W. Keswick
(Unionist): Sussex (Chichester division), Lord Edmund Talbot (Unionist):  Sussex  I Horshatr. Hi vision), Karl
necesso y to shin it in by rail, which was  the   intention   to'rely tartly  on
will causj ur Increase in pi ice locllly public subscription, as in the case of
for   a    short    period,   but    otlierwi?e the  boat l  of trade  delegate,  to  pay
then? is no reason why the price of the expenses of the trip, and on  be-
coal should be increased, the cost of (ng informed    that  it  was    not,    he
production atffl carriage remaining un- asked if tlie same amount, viz.. $500,
changed      Mils sounds perfectly reas- would be voted for each delegate, und
Monsell (Unionist); Yorkshire W. rid
ing   (Keighley division), Sir J.  Brigg
(Liberal).
At piTient It is arranged that fifty-
(Continued on Page Two.)
FINE IMPOSED ON MAN WHO
REFUSED TO HELP OFFICER
the
ex-
fffeCfl   10  ibe   harbor   he
vaim0.   tjlM   1|,(1  V.inr0llv(>r    harbor
��""1 nol (ft able to accommodate
"",M| "l of the commerce which
"oul-i ,.nm;. t0 the Canadian const in
'   r';^   Uears.    When    that    condition
���rotft, ||  ������,  i,ofoI.p ,|,erii t|,e harbor
���  Westminster, the greatest  of
the coaft,  would demand at-
Moiik
My on
Untlor
Here Q
missloner
the
II. S. Wade, publleift Pom-
dramatlCally placed before
plaC3�� to which the output was
ported.
Then   followed   some   quest! n>
!''e fishing industry, a subject whlcft
-.vas  more  fully  covered  b>   Matin
later  on   in   the  inuuhy.
No Unemployed H*fe.
The witness stated tllat  then; were
few or no unempioy^ in the clt
Wes'minster.     1'heVe   were   no
schools     There had been some some
time ago, hut  at  presenl  there *a��
Mne   OUtshft   the    regular    business | wor
school; thvre wa.  none for the work
ers iu the different  Industries
Asktd  if  he    had    any
statement to make, Mr
of
Of
night
Former    Constable    Receives    Severe
Lecture  from   Bench  for  Not
Assisting P. C. Martin.
ing manual training and    also    gave
other evidence relating to the life of
the boys after they had left his hands.
Want Domestic Training.
Mrs. Forrester and Mrs. Gilley, representing the Local Council of
Women, were the next witnesses called, TliW TavOlpl domestic training
While thf boys -\-fi-t* HbSMt at R
manual training class tho girls had
nothing to correspond lo that phase
of the education of the boys and they
thought thnt Such should not be the
case.
Mrs   Ci lev asked the commission if,
it   would   not   be   possible     to     have   actions  on   the     night    in
have some    lessenini;    of  the    bome | Twelve   girls   appeared   to
but  Hr   Robertson assured her  the  case, and    Magistrate
that   the  commission   had    no    such  compltmente.l them on their courage
power and could only report on con
than *  e supply".    So there you are.
ElEVtR MAX FIGMAN IS
PIVOT OF PLAY'S SUCCESS
Six months' impii*mment was the
penalty meted out to a man con\l;t.''4
of Indecent exposure on  Sixth  street
i Friday   night,   accused   pleading   that
I he was not  properly CQPSclous of his
<1
'"missioners  samples  of  piling that from p.-  .
�� ��- *"' -    ""<-  Hevod  there  was a  ^\\^��l
being
frpRh
the effect caused by    tliein
voluntary
LUSby   Staled
personal observation, he be-
there
ditions as it found them.
Cooking Comes First.
Both   ladies   seemed   to  agree    on
tbe  Importance  of  cooking  and  sew
Winteiton (Unionist); Sussex (Lewse I onable, but there is another side to if it were necessary to spend this
division), C. A. Pion (Unionist); Wor-Jtbe quesiiun. and It is expressed by I amount on a two weeks' trip to the
cester (South division), B. M.. Kyres- j another dealer who says:    "There is capital.
no   reason   why   the   price   of    coal |    His worship:    "I do not know."
should  not be raised, as it   is  prac-1    Following these remarks, Aid. John-
tlcady fUthonbpoly here, and the de- ston  asked  that  hls  name  be  with-
maid is fully equrj ,to. If not greater  drawn.    It was evident that the coun--
ell was not unaimously satisfied with
tlie proposed action, and that being
so, ho did not care to act.
Aldermen Gray and Smith were
both of the opinion that it was to tlie
best interests of tlie city of New
Westminster to endorse .the action or
the finance committee, not only in so
far as tlie Fraser river was concerned,
but In other ways.
Alderman Bryson complained that
It waft becoming extremely fashionable to send deputations here and
there and everywhere on every c')n:
'enable occasion, but tie could not
see that any {pod resulted therefrom
In the majority of Instances,
| The question was then put and tho
motion carried, after which, at the
suggestion of the mayor, It was agreed
that each delegate be allowed $-rii��0'
for his expenses, and that voucher*
be drawn for these amounts. j
No Alternates Named.
An attempt was then made to appoint alternative delegates in tlie
event of either or both the chosen
representatives being unable to act,
but after Aldermen Gilley, Grey  and
Alchemy of His Versatile Personality
Transmutes   Ordinary   Production
into  Money-Getter. ;
All that Is neCMBM_ to mike of
anv play a huge success Is to construct it in such a manner as to permit of the almost
ence on the Stage
in coming forward  in the matter.
Arising out of the case of Call
Hclelilns, who resisted arrest on Friday, George Matheson, an ex-constable,   was   fined   $2f>  and   costs  for
entered  Commissioner Simpson,    Mrs.    Gilley, anee of P. C. Martin when called up-
lleved
������laced In salt water and in the reading,     spelling 	
water ot the Praser. -'mm"  ,ho  >'?'"''.,?,"    ,,, ,i,it the held that cooking came before every- on to do so
Continuing.   Mavor  Leo    dwelt    on commercial lite    Le thouu��.  .       .                                    M      Forrester    re-      Three drunks forfeited bail by fail-
S "Willi imp ortanci of iCt Mann, high cost of Ih in,S COWel e.1 boysto gajj ^ ^^ ^^ ���������.������. I lng ,to            , (ind another was   dis-J is -cording to
,ho Influx of industries Into the city <I"U  school  earlier  than    "e>   ou ^     ���       .   were o��  almost, equal  import-1 charge^ on account of his plea that It negligible, .the   in. i
attn" H>e fact   that   New Westminster wlM would and  (he result was          ,
*as i-apldU, becoming a ralhvav een- beneficial.       '             . vervthing    de-     Commissioner      Simpson:      "Don't
P.   '"    finishing    his    remarks    he "The  high  cos,   of ei*i>    In��         ,         fMn.   ft knowle(lRe of    mlllinery
n.,'71 thBt  N('w Westminster   did pends tongreatiepMon                  ^
��� -       I M   I ' I I ' ' I 1 . ��� "       H I I        1111"       I   i \ 5    i ���  - * ... .1 i      ...... I     , . 1       III*       | ��� 11 r�� *.
his  wife  bought  a  hat. for
would be a great, saving lf she knew
enough to make the hat for |2.50.
Both  the ladles admitted the truth
of tiiis. but. still held   that   cooking
was of prime importance.
nd he a��Keu tne *>.>���-1 The  F)gh situation,
was  that boys were, so,    M.irt|n Monk supplied the commis-
hool at an early a|on wjtI, a ,,reat deal of Information I American fleet. The paper says the
relative to the fishing Industry. He, men have been loaded down with
claimed that it had declined during spurious coins. Le Journal adds that
the past few years, partly owing   to|t''e dlsorderllness on the part of the
New   Westminster
,        >s'ie tlie  dredging of the river
New Westminster, but to help the
meat emubo r*r ��,i,i���i, *\.~ .<*��. ��..
"nit
of everything .de ,_, . ^ &
)Uld be the greatest economy.   Sup-
,;''' ..,   ,���.,t PBBi or has pose a man worked for $2 per day and
Kohettson:      fs thatWW crw   ��� ^        )t       hR.   ffl_    ,,���_     ,t
empire of wliich the city was a
'" f-ive to the Canadian nation
ootlel to the Pacific ocean.
to say
that '
The Chairman Replies.
..��� rising to reply In a few words to
''' "tn irks of the mayor. Dr. Robert-
mil i * a,���an of the commission, nd-
'" '"' thai he had noticed that m.. y
p.,   ��  VU""-   Mcvy  I.pp  had   Slid   'e-
img to Westminster being of import-
~��* were ftita. As for the timber that
kns Waiting to be cut. lie did not
""' whether it would be the best
,n cut It how. It might be the
""Hey-t0 let   it stand    for   the
Dr.
It become customary
So. It Is real." stated Mr, Luaoy.
Whv Boys Le;ive S^00'1
that   Commissioner
into the discussion for
he asked the wit-
It   was    here
Plmi son broke
the flrst time
ness why  it
anxious  to  leave BC
I oaby replied tnai
'otint of the high
ontlnuous  pres-
of Max Flgman���
question I and then persuade Mr. Flgman to act.'
testifv  in i Which is to say that, while he could
Edmonds! not,     In     all     probability     translate
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" or "Bast l->nne
la  terms  which   would  appeal  lo  an
educated audience, yet give hlm  the,
skeleton of a play  of a  good, clean,
mediocre, tailor-made comedy, and lie jnr(nne lmd declined the honor, lt
will transmute Its base metal Into wag abandoned, Mayor Lee remarking
good red gold by the alchemyof his that lf he nml Aiderm���n Johnston
personality. "Mary Jane's Pa, in sholll(| not find themselves In a posl-
whicli he appears at the Opera house t,on lo perfornv the mission, there .
shortlv, is a case in point. The piny ( wol,id be no representatives from the
specification, the plot dty councl)
properlyi    Alderman Johnston allowed It to be
was tnirtv  veins since"hVhad made mixed, more liable to result in trag-  understood that he would not recoil-
a similar break.   A vag was given twoledy than comedv. or at the best in, a Blder hla ,iec|s|on io withdraw,
hours In which to make his get away,  piece of domestic drama ending witn i Favor8 single Tax.
and this completes yesterday's docket, a  come-back-to-my-arms  moti ,  teais |    probnhiy the most important    nnd
.   . 1 slow music and curtain.    But enters far-reaching transaction of the even
LOADED WITH BAD COIN. Max, the Wizard, and with a prompt inR wn8 tlle pagg|nK ���f a resolution,
i  'application of that art of graceful ges- moved by Alderman Welsh, "that this
United 8tates Bluejackets Duped    at tlculatlon which he Is a past-master, colini.u declares Itself ln favor of the
hut In reply to a question put by, having refused to come to the assist
Brest and Cherbourg.
Paris, Nov. 28.���Le Journal
V
On
bluejackets
today.
dispels the cloud masses piling up on exemptlon of Improvements from
the weather bow, and calmy pilots the 'taxntion and recommends this matter
matrimonial barque to the safe harbor to the collncn    0f   idu,"    Alderman
condemns  the practice of tradesmen
and   Brest   of   over- of an amusing and withal happy rec- G1]|ey wag the 0nly dissenting voice.
at Cherbourg
charging    tlie
of    tne
age.
Mr.
it
was
cost
SSS WS nl-S-ito for tbe
t'lln-.
best
onclllatlon. |    For the rest, the business ws maln-
"Mary Jane's Pa" will be Been ta *,y 0f a routine nature, containing no
Westminster Opera house on Decern- j unusually importrfnt features, board
ber ��, when Max Flgman will be sup- 0f W0I Kg reI)0rt prnvldlne' (o'- an if-
ported by a strong cast, and the play tensive   scheme   of   sidewalks   wae
the devastation wrought by American, visiting sailors has been confined to I will be staged with all the attention | R(fopte,, after some discussion.    'It-fl
 _��� I--  evnrea-tnn  of    rfghteous Indlgna- to detail of scenery, etc., characterls- ���
(Continued on Page Five.)
tlon over the treatment received.
ittc of the Cort productions.
(Continued on Page Four.)
i ���4
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Si     i
fe
1
PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
29. 1310,
Classified Advertisements |   HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
British House
Is Now Dissolved
WANTKD���MRS. BKGG, DRES8-
maker, expeiienced. good fit; per
day J2.00.   713 Trew street.
527
Front   St.,   New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
(Continued From Page One)
WANTED���IMPROVED    15    OR    20
acie farm in Langley district.    Wi 1
pay $1000 cash with balance   over
four  or  flve  years.    Addiess     Box |
V.".. News oflice.       *
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN-
e.al housework. Apply Mis. P.
Latham, 239 Fourth street.
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and   Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete  and  Modern  Building Construction.    Telephone 806.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust   Building.
NEV*  WESTMINSTER
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGF.XT TO;
write fire insurance in the district: }
only good p1 oducer need apply, giv-1
thg full particulars with credentials: i
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 503 ;
Dominion Trust building, Vancoii- i
ver, 13. C.
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR LIGHT
duties at Victoria boarding house:
good wages. Brunette street, Sapperton.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
WANTED���POSITION ON FARM, 7
years experience In general farm,
lng. Address II. N.. care ' Dally
News,
WANTED���A   CHILDREN'S   NURSE
for four  months.    Appiy  Mrs.    Dr.
Jones, 4S  Royal  avenue.
lOARD OF TRADE���NEW UhS'l
minster B^ard ot Trade meets in ttu
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of eacb month;
quarterly meeting oa tbe tniro
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at s p.m. Annua,
meetings on the third Thursday o!
February. New members may bi
proposed and elected at any montti
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
'��� fcur  jollinps  will  be  held on  Saturday next, of which nine are London
(constituencies.    Among the   boroughs
! voting will be Manchester and Blrm-I
\ inghani.
A  Leap in the  Dark.
Tlie real campaign  lias    began    in
whit is desciibed as the most momen-! ,
itous contest in eighty years. The E��sne
'campaign is regarded by London politicians as a leap In tlie dark, with
probably little change iu the standing
| of the parties. If that is lorrect. it
; will mean another conference with
.the solution cf th.e deadlock obligatory
I on that confesence
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
��hone  661 Residence   Phone  133
TENDERS.
-���. and     ^^^^^^^^
electric light fixtures, wiling,
Mineral Waters      |[
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
j. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
Sealed tenders addresse 1 the under-
endorsed "Tender for
etc., for
thT Public"Building, Vernon, B. <" '
wiU be received at this office until
4 ,,m. on Monday. December 19, 1910,
for the work mentioned.
Tenders will not  be considered  un-
le a made upon, and   In   aoccrdance
 ^^_ with the conditions contained In forms
The  situation  In   Scotland  is  inter-  ^     li(,d bv Department.
eating.   The Unionists hold but eleven  '   VVlVi< ,inii specifications to be sen
out of seventy-two se.Us there and it application to the clerk of works
would seem  as  if tlieir  portion    had  ��      * building, Mr. F. B, Co. etc  Mr.
reached a minimum, but the   Liberals Henderson,   resi lent     architect,
claim tliey can win four or five    of m-t^rfa  B C. and at the Departmenl
these seats.    The    House    of  Lords.        PubUc Works. Ottawa.
Each tender must  be accompanied
BO CHONG I
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     p. o   B ix 345,
Office, Front St., Foot of Si:
1
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been in the Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number of years,
has opened up a similar business In
Ulis city. Latest fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
r, 1. or call at Kwong On Wu Building
*fi7 Columbia ttreau
IM-
WHITESflDE & EDMONDS, BAKRIS
ters and solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H
L. Edmonds.
  _  vicinity  of  New    Westminster,
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage j
Land, (!2 Hastings street east.
which  lias    rejected    many    Scottish
I bills,   is   not   popular   north    of    th.e
Tweed,  and   with   Lloyd  George  conducting a whirlwind campaign through
ithe   Southern   Scottish     counties,     i'
does  not  seem    probable    that    t  e
' Unionists Vlll do more than hold their
own.
Lloyd George's Appeal.
"My    compassion,    my    sympathy,"
I cried Lloyd George at Edinburgh Sat-
irday,  "is not for    landlords  pulling
land crying about a halfpenny tax.    I
chartered
of   the
by an accepted cheque on a
bank, payable to    the order
Honorable    the    Minister    of    Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c 1
of the amount of the tend',/.
By order.
' K   0.  DE8ROCHER8,
Secretary
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, November 22, 1910.
New Westminster
Mail Service
WANTKD-SMALL      RANCH,	
proved,  with   b,,Jii!di"g^Jt",.tlie p^! I WADE. WHEALLER. McQUARRlE & j pity tlie roor, weltering in the morass.
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors   and my appeal to Scotland is that she
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and ��   should  take the  lead  in  the deliver-
Guichon block, corner Columbia and j anee of the multitude cow drenched
McKenzie    streets;    Vancouver   of   in hopeless misery."
flees,   Wil'ianis   building.   41   Gran       Everywhere  the  Liberals  are  mak-
ville   street.     F.  C.   Wade,   K.   C: j ine  the  Lords'   veto  the  supreme  is-1
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E : sue. with the Unionists taking   their j
Martin. 1 stand on tariff reform and home rule
PURE
FOR SALE���JERSEY    COW,
bred,  registered,   fresh:   record    19'
quarts per day. Apply W. 11. Mth.111, h
750 Columbia street, or on premises,
brick house. Douglas road.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Joseph   Martin  in  Danger.
The  Morning Leader says  that the
I
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
Arents  for  the   HALL   SAFE  CO.
R   T   PRINCE, expert accountant and | ���"n'>" <ll'ite safe seat  in the four dlfl- OFFICE
auditor.    Agent for the  Hall   Safe tricts in St. Pancras is the north divi-'
Co.    Offlce. room 5, Market  Block. | sion, where Dickinson. Liberal, had a1
opposite  City   Hall,   Columbia   St.(majority  of  over   1500,    and  he  will
r*.'.*.y.    Phone'l."S. 1 have to fight hard.
 :     The  Daily  Telegraph  says    that  in
I h. J. A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR AND   East  St.  Pancras Joseph    Martin    is
FOR SALE���ON  EASY TEKMS, SIX ]    Accountant.      Tel.     It 128.    Room,  faced with    a    suffragette   candidate. |
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 20S Front
sireet. City.
Room   6,   Market   Block.
Opposite City Hall.
Phone L578, ���'  O. Box 795
roomed house and two lots' close:
to tram. Immediate possession. Ap-!
ply Owner, Box 27!>. City. '
Trapp block.
  I STENOGRAPHY    A.
FOR SALE  OR  RENT  BY  OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth IMISS ^^^^
on premises for par-i    I'her;   specifications,
Newi    ters,    etc.;
street. Apply ^^^^^^^^^
ticulars. or 512 Fourth street,
Westminster, B. C.
BROTEN
 ^J
circular work taken
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
and if the latter goes to    the    polls ;
there is little doubt but that the seat
"" j will    be    lost    to    the    government.
TYPEWRITING i Figures    in tlie last    election    were:
public   stenogra-lMartin ���i-:>'- Preston   (Unionist)  3586.1       VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA
business    let-1 \.n.r.r. ���   ���, .. Dally except Sunday ,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
Railway Time Tables
B   C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave  Vancouver for New West
minster at 5:00, 6:50, 7:2U anj 8:01'
am., and every half bour thereattei
until  11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 0:20, 0:50. 7:20 aur<
S:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after  until  11:00 urn.
S-inday  Schedule.
Cars leave Yancouver  Tor  New   West
minuter at  S:00 and 9:00 a.t:i
every    half    hour    thereafter
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New We^niln^er for Va
couver at o,00 am. nnd i��v��ry hs
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   lence   New    Westminster   at    7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave  Vancouver at  7 am.  and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays  cars  leave   Westminster j
at 8 a.m. to L0 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Yancouver at 1
8 a.m. to L0 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,
Time
of
''losing:
i   1
7:30
10
3d
ant
unti
Westminster.
THE     "BRITISH"      NATIONALISTS.
110:00 a.
1:00 p.
m...
m..
Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO    RENT���SINGLE    OR    DOUBLE!1
room.    Apply 205 Carnarvon street.'
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
REAL  ESTATE.
ITO     RENT���NICELY     FURNISHED 1
En'iuire
looms suitable for ladles,
. ��� 7".; Agnes street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
aool.v 713 Trew street
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished   bedroom   suitable    for   two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
1 i
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED]
room  suitatje   for two.    Handy  to
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
���treat
(Toronto   Globe.) i
10:00 a.
Armand  Lavfergne in  liis airy  way
denies all knowledge of the disgrace-' H--0-1 P-
fully  anti-British   pamphlet  circulated |
by    his    party    in    Drnmmond-Artha-
[baska during the recent election.   Iif-
WHITE   SHILES &  CO tells the people up here that the Na-
Estate   and   Insurance   Agents^   tlonallsts are strong Britishers.    We.
I here   is   something   that   Master    Ar-
m--.nd cannot deny or wave aside with, "      n      "   14   27   Ian
s graceful Gallic gesture. Le Devoir,111:0�� P' m--u'-'c- "��� '
Mr. Bonrassa's own paper, on September 19 reoorted a speech by Mr.
Bourassa at Farnham. The Nationalist chief was criticizing Sir Wilfrid
and the navy policy. He said in part:
"It is all very well for him (Si-
Wilfird):   he   has   no  children.     Ten
Real
C!ty.  farm  and  taourban  property
628 and 746 Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. fTsH. FRUIT
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
TO LET���Fl*RNTSHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Colnmblo   ,tr����nt  Hnd ClarkRon
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. tn. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
street.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantei*
and detail work. Designs and est!
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, fnone
473.
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for .13.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 863 Columbia street west and receive reward.
^^^^^^^^^^^ Daily
m   Daily
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT AND  ALASKA
21
TO   QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
..Nov. 22.  Dec. 6, 20, .Ian. 3,  17. 31
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
%-.'M a. m Every Thursday
ye-nrs   hence,   or   perhaps   sooner,   he! UPPER  FRASER.
will  have disappeared  from  the scene .WESTMINSTER  AND CHILLIWACK
of politics.    For fifteen years he  has
trodden on everything paced to   his  Leave  Westminster  8:00 a.  m.   Mon-
compatriots  in  order to make a ped-1        day, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a, m. Tuesday,
8:17
10:30'
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:06 p.m.
Leaves    N'ew     Westminster
a.m.;   arrives   Seattle  3:15   p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.:   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle   8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New  Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  12:25  p.m.
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle   4:35   p.m.
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  11:45  p.m.
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
Time
of
Arrival:
20:oo���United States via C P. rt.
idaily Bxcepl   g   . lay) '
8:30���Vancouver via B
(daily ,���������... pi
13:00���Vancouver via B.      .1:
(daily excepl
L8:00���Vancou* er via B. C. 1
(dailj  <    1 *
8:30���Victoria via B  1        k.
(dailj excel ;
13:00���Victoria  via   B   1    ::   R,
idaily  excepl   -
7:30���United SI   ���
1
16:00���United States ���. it.
(dailj   1     ��� ; I   ��� 16:00
12:10���All   points  eai
rope (dailj 1  ... v.V,
23:00���All points ���    I          Europe 1 daily 1       15:15
12:10���Sapperton    and    F  -���
Mills       (daily      .. ���
Sunday)      7:30
20:00���Sapperton    and     Fraser
mills       (daily      t.
Sunday 1       15
���_'��� 10���Coquitl I :    y   except
S u u d a y )^^^^^^^^^^_^
13:00���Central    Park    and   Ed-
 H inonds     (dally    ���    ���
I Sunday 1        11:00
New. 13.3Q���Easl   Burnabj
Qultlam   (dailj    ���   ��� ipl
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Tliiibeilatid.     Strs rberrj
Hill   and   Bo ith
minster   1 Tuesday   and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,    Port    G ilchon,
Westham Island   13:33
10:00���Annieville,  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday   13:30
0-00���Annacis   Island   Mondaj
Wednesday     and    Fri-
:15
::30
day     	
arrives;10:00-Woodwanls
Thursday
day
arrives
arrives
 13:��
1 Tuesday,
and    Satur-
 13:30
9:00-
11:30-
HOTELS.
KING'S    HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA   Sl
Phone IS.    Newest and thost up-to-
date in  the city.    Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J. Trachy, Prop.
estal for the Enelish who distribute
the titles, medals and decorations.
Perhaps we men of today will not suffer very much from such a policy.
You heads of families, old men who
have one foot ln the grave, you perhaps will be asleep in death before
the disastrous effects of this ignomin-
ous policy are felt; but you have
children. (I see some in this meeting who smile over the future of their
country). They are eight or ten years
old. They were brought up on the
knees of their mothers, and they I
count on you to protect them from all
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
II.  W.  RRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
G.  N.  R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves  New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   biidge   passenuer|
station   3:60   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port]
Guichon 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.
11:30-
ll:3o
8:30-
-Yancouver, Piper's Siding via O. N. R.
idaily exi epl S in lay) 14:M
-Cloverdale and Port Kells
idaily excepl  8unday)..18:M
-Clayton 1 Tuesday. Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day        15:0
-Tynehead 1 Tuesday and
Friday)       ������:*
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a.m;   arrives
bridge passenger  station,  New  Westminster,   10:20   a.m.   daily   execept I
Sunday. j *
Leaves    New    Westminster    bridge 15:45
passenger  station  3:50  p.m.;   arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:M
20:00��� Abbotsford. Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday 1    7:3)
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     idaily    except
H Sunday)       7:30
Hall's Prairie. Fern Uldge
and Hnzlenien 1 Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
LOST���BLACK WAGON COVER,
waterproof, between Blackie street.
and George Cunningham's blacksmith shop. Finder please notify
Dally   News.
T. P. Morrison J. EL Taylor
Phone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
���attention to all orders. Contracts
negoiiated.
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS* MANA-
ger G. J. SykeB), 62 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders foi
male help. King us up, wire 01
write If unable to  visit us.
1 ra    *
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
Tlie regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth stieets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Ylsltlng brethren cordially invited
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of them, he will say: "Good mother,
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all the lands and seas of the world on
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"Then, when your wives will learn
some months later that an Austrian
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" 'Very well, my husband was
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tbey will curse you, and it will be
only right."
The man who makes speeches like
that In this country, and the gifted
young orator who stands bv when
they are made and cheers his leader
on, are greater enemies to the peace
of Canada than they would be were
they open and avowed rebels.
Will Mr. Lavergne repudiate Le Devoir's reports?
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.       I
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.
-I', ii. McCormick Manager Real Kstate Department.
451 COLUMBIA  STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW  WESTM,NSTER,  B. C.        Mftfclffil'l   ,
WAS CRIPPEN SACRIFICED
TO CLEAR ETHEL LE NEVE?
WILL   SHIP   GAS   FROM
THE   HAT   TO   CALGARY
WARRANT    FOR    CONDUCTOR.
Wanted   for   Stealing   Fares   and   Selling   Tickets.
Medicine Hat, Nov. 87.���The C. P.
H.   will   ship   natural   gas   from    this
point to Calgary for the illumination
of  passenger  coaches   on   the   main
line, beginning on Tuesday.
Two transport cars, built especially
for this  purpose in Germany arrived
in Medicine Hat tod:iy, and will make
their initial trip with a cargo of Medl-jPaciflc Railway company, who at one
ilcine Hat  natural gas tomorrow. The time ran between Montreal ami Van-
cars aro of flat ty,,e equipped  with!       er, und between Montreal and To-
'stationary  frames  into  which  aro   lit.-:
ronto,
i fifteen feet long by eight   inches   in \    Early in October information reach-
width,  which  are capable of sustain-: et]  tlie  Crown authorities  which  led
Il; 11. Crippen, in the opinion  mg a preBpre of 1700 pounds to^the|up   t0   BmIth>8    ane8l    for    stea,:ng
English  Lawyers Point Out  Peculiari
ties of  the  Defence���Victim of
Bungling.
London, Nov. 28.���"A victim of le
gal bungling," or, worse still, "a le
gal  sacrifice,"
might  properly be placed on the tomb
ductors cannot be too sharply repressed. ���'
"In the present Instance lt has toil
to the ruin of a young man and the
breaking up of his home. While we
are sorry for those who suffer by it,
the company must  stop this business;
(From  the  Montreal Gazette.)
Judge Lanctot, at the request   of
tlie  Crown   Prosecutor,   has  issued  ;i
bench warrant tor the arrest of 10. Of stealing fares, and prosecution will
Smith, a former sleeping car con- follow every instance that is discov-
ductor in the employ of the Cumuli in ered."
i  the   epiteph    that! wd horizontal steel cylinders or flasks
Contractors and
House Builders
We liave a full   line   of   tlie   Best
Builders   Hardware in this City.
Before Building Sec Us, as we ^believe" we   can" save   you
ney.     Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
of Dr.
of the big  majority  of English   law- square inch, or ISO atmospheres. Each' .
vers. car carried thirtv-six flasks, and if the  ^eplng   car   fares,   and   loi   stea.ing
'   Nearly  everyone  who has  followed experiment    proves   satisfactory    the and selling railway tickets to various
.gas   will   supercede  the    Putsch    gas persons   in   Montreal   and   elsewhere,
the famous murder case is convinced
Nature's   stern   laws   will
bear no infraction '
For every excess there is a
reaction. |
MUNYCN.
GItOW YOUNG instead of old is not
u theory with mc; it is a laet
that 1  have proven  in my  own
mo
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T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.]
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full  sized  lots on  corner  with   six   room  house,  on  Third
avenue hetween   Second  and Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
12 acres immediately adjoining tlie townsite and  being in Sec-
tlon 27, Block  5,  North Range 2 west   Price $900 per acre.
This is the cheapest  buy in this  distiict today.
Burnaby
l.ot  on  Third  avenue  within one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
that somewhere along ihe line of the  Isfactory results for the past year on
Bystem.    It has been used  with  eat-|jgmlth had a preliminary hearing and; tliousands^'f "eo^S who'know me..' I
was committed for trial to the Court I
practically   twenty   years younger
defence a great   scandal  is concealed,  trains  running out of   Medicine    Hat,!""0 " "*"    '       "  ~" .1 today than 1 was a year ago.    1 mean
Peonle    everywhere    are    asking-   '""  with the storage problem solved ��f K1"-'s  Bench   his ease being Sft   by tnis that I look younger, leel younger.
... .     ' '?.  exol-���re   ;"e     aSKing. dlvlalonB  be8ldes the local  one  tor the  10th.    When called, he tailed   and ,��� c���abed to do more work and
���������    "���������������,-<������      ������������   -.\   nat^.Ethel ^n be furnished with the same ilium-j to appear,  with  the result that   his  better work than ever J^^Every day
!inant. which gives a superior light, to' |);ll|  waB  forfeited  and  a  bench  war-1       J$     ^^ friends   what   reme
dies I take to renew
my youth, S^o general has this inquiry
become that 1 here
offer the formula to
the public.
First,   I   have   divested myself of all
Clare  le Neve might go free?'
When   Crippen   was   brought   back  coal  oil  or  manufactured   gases,   illl(1' rant issued for his arrest.
Canada,   eminent carries  with  it the advantage   of   in
reality costing nothing.
The case cause! a good deal of in
to   England   from
English lawyers, who will bet on any-1 |terest in   raiiway  circles,  and   it is
thing,  were  willing  to wager five to  PRINCE   RENOUNCES 'probable that other than railway peo-
one Hint he would be acquitted.   Crip-1 ALLEGIANCE   TO   CZAR   pje   wm   |,ecome   interested,   as    the
pen  was  found  guilty in   less   than'   names and.addresses of quite a num-
tialf an houi-.   l. i�� h���rrt .,, n,���i ��� �����J Loa   Angeles,   Nov.     , -Yesterday |ber of people with whom he has been
allel for such
s lu.d to find a pa.-   llii;|r(. xlkaUiB T|.()ll)iestzJ<eyi a .nem-ldoipg  business  are  known,  and  it  is Hl$   '^ dmenh-om my
startling   rex ei sal,  ,���,,.  (lf  one   of   the   oM.-st    families likely that before the matter is lin.l-   selfishness, all hatred,'all envies, and In
and  theie   was  no  development  dur" bearing allegiance to the czar of Rus-liy disposed of several of the hunters   their  place,  I  have  housed  sympathy,
lng  the  trial, according to legal   ex- sla,      Today      Nikolas    Troubetzkoy. j for   bargains   in  railway   transports-   charity, hope, forgiveness,
perts, that adequately explains it.      !('itizen   of,   the United   States.   The tlon will be dealt with. '    :"
' ..      . . iformer subject, of the czar, appeared;    "ft is really too bad," said a high of-
Here  are  some   of the   important in ,he Buperlor court here yesterday,  fl(,ial ot the'Canadian Pacific on Sat-
acts that are now being einphasized      d  aRel.  p,.ovin(, resl(lellt,e   of  flve j urday,    "that   the   travelling   publio
to support the charge o   the ' peculiar ye.|r8 ,��� LoB Anf,eles  ag,.eed that he shouid   suggest   such   dishonesty    to
conduct    of Crippen s defence. I would lay aside his title as long" as he conductors.    If passengers would re-
A   Peculiar   Defence. remained   in   the   l'nited   St ites,    al- frain  from   making  conductors   steal
Solicitor  Arthur  Newton, who pre- though he assured* the court that the from the  company by  offering   them
pared  Crlppen's  ease,  was  well  sup- Russian government would not admit! facilities and inducements to do so, it
piled   with   funds,   believed    to   have  his  right  to  abandon  the   title   any j would   be  better  for   them   in  every
been contributed by a leading newspa- more  than   it  would  permit  hlm   to
per, and was well able to hire the best change his name. ,,,.,,,.   ,,,,.,   ��� ,        .,   ,,.
barrister  in   Kngland to conduct  thei    Mr.   Troubetzkey,  who  is   engaged j Montreal  and other places, and they   "iSI ^af*"'decern"
arity, hope, forgiveness,
Second, I have ceased to put into my!
stomach   food   that   irritates   and   taxes
my energies or drink that excites aiiil^
burns up my vitality.
Third, I have discovered that nearly
a'.l ailments are due to an irritated or
clogged condition of the bowels; that
the bowels are simply incubators of
microbes; that the bowels, being a sewer
pipe for the human system, should be
Kept clean, clear and sanitary; that it
is inconsistent with Beicnee and the in-
way.    We have the names of a good tdhgenca of the Twentieth Century for
_ ,      , , ., ,      ,��� one  to carry around for several  hours,
many men  who  liave  done   this,   in or pvea ^  rf
Mr.   Troubetzkey,  who  is  engaged|Montreal and other places, and they tities     of
actual  trial  of the  case.    Instead of in the lumber business here, has a lit- include  some pretty   prominent  men.' posed matter, -which
doing sp, Newton went outside of Lon-, tie son who was born in this city
don and selected A. A. Tobin. of Llv-
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What  She  Requires  of  a   Man.
At Twenty:
He must be handsome.
He must be rich.
He must be a bachelor.
He must be older than I.
He must not drink.
He must not swear.
He must be a man.
At   Twenty-Five.
He must be handsome.
He must be rich.
He must be a man.
At Thirty:
He must be rich.
lie must be a man.
At.   Thirty-Five.
He must lie a man.
At   Forty:
If he wears trousers, it is enough!
Life.
ster Bt 6 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freighted
tassenger rates apply to ^_,..r   ..
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
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tartar powder. Its fame
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erpool. Tobin is a provincial lawyer
with a reputation made wholly in the
handling of commercial eases. He was
handicapped by the methods of procedure at Old Bailey as greatly as a
small town lawyer in America would
have been had he suddenly been
thrown Into an important case in
New York City.
Solicitor Newton sent Barrister Tobin  into  court  with  a  case but   half
prepared, and the latter had but half
mastered even the slovenly cidfe presented to him when the trial opened.
When   the   trial   of   Miss   Le    Neve,
Cnlppen's   .typist,   was   called   inline-1
dlately   following    the    conviction    of
Crippen, Newton, still in charge, employed P. E. Smith, one of the ablest
practltlons at -he English bar.  Smith
got Miss Le Neve fiee with   scarcely
an effort.
What the public wants to know is
why Newton engaged an hntried bai*'|
rlstei for Crippen, charged with mur-
ler, and the best counsel that could
be-obtained for Miss Le Neve, charged with the less serious offence of being an accessory  before the fact.
Newton prepared Miss Le Neve's
oase ror dmitn just as he had Crip-I
pen's case for Tobin. Ami the very
first thing that Smith did���on the
st length of the case Newton furnished him���was to refer to Crippen, in
the painest of terms as "a murderer
beyond the shadow of a question."
Making due allowance for the fact
that Newton probably thought he had
done  all   he  could   for  Crippen.  and
might  as well almit that he was   a
murderer,   if  hy   so  doing   he   could
benefit Miss Le Neve, British lawyers
say  he  acted   peculiarly.     Dr.   Crip-
pen's appeal was still pending and it
was not certain but his own solicitor
might be prejudicing his case.
Tobin's   Action.
When the court of criminal appeal |
sat to decide on a   date for hearing
Crlppen's   appeal.   Barrister   Huntley
Jenkins,    Crlppen's    junior     counsel, . .,,,,.,.���
asked for all the.time the bench could l Who plays the main part in Ole Olson
allow   him  to  prepare  his  case,   be- .     at the opera house on Friday.
Tobin,  "had   unex-1.��� ���  ���
ING   UP   MINNEAPOLIS.
Morally they are as guilty, if not ** giving ofl poison-
more so. than the conductors whom ��u.s. Gases and im-
., , . , ., . , ., tatin. all the nerves
they train to become thieves, and the anj JeJfotes tissues
practice of trying to get this cheap 0f the whole sy.;-
transportiftlon at the expense of the tem. I discovered
company and the honesty of the con- that after the stom
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Reserve        6,900,000
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These   excellent   connections,
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New  V'estT.lnster  Ennrh,
LAWF 1F.D RICHARDSON, Mgr.
ach   and   intestines
had    extracted    all
the       nourishment
from  the  food  thev  had  received, this
waste matter should he gotten rid of at
the ear'.iest possible moment; like ashes
or clinkers in a furnace, tliey should bo
removed.     Some   of   the   most   learned
scientists agree with me that nearly all
ailment?   are  traceable   to   the   bow.-Is.
Metchnikoff, in a forcible article, states
that  old  age   is  but  another  name   for
Belf-poisonlng  from absorption of- foecal
I product from the colon.
Burggraeve. the noted founder oi the
Active Principie Method, is strongly of
tlie opinion tbat life can be pro.onged
by keeping the alimentary canal clean
an.l sanitary. ,     , ,        ,   ,
Working on this thought, I have had
my chemist produce Munyon's Law raw
Laxative Pills, which not only act as n.
digestive
panacea,
and liver
but have
the art ion of flushing the bowel-,
not rs .1 pur: ative,
but as an antisej tic
cl an er. I claim
that it is impossible for a person to
have imh'. e-t:on,
dyspepsia, lo bo
liver ailment,  who
cause  his  senior.
pectedly   withdrawn  from  the  ^ise."
is Tnfor-
The court was startled by tins
mation,
"For a barrister to withdraw from
a murder case." said Justice Darling,
who was presiding, "after his client
had been convicted and las an appeal still pending, is most unusua"
don't  understand it."
CLEAN
Police Visit Twenty-Seven Resorts in
Segregated Area and Give Notice.
Minneapolis, Nov. 28.���A segregated district of vice was recognized nnd
I wiped out completely last night by
'the police who for the last seven
And the ^rfnekt day the London | mon, hs ignored the existence of such
������on Times announced that To- a condlUon^n the city Twentyeven
bin was not only> going to argue the resorts^ wun o     f      ^^  ^
Crlnnen appeal   h     that he had ne\ei   v,"cu .��������t_ ������,i vi -ct
noi       iv' '       ���   ', ,,   .,.,,.,��|nn  First  and Second streets and  Mist
December lith, for the election
of an Office Building at southwest corner of Hastings and
Carrall streets, Vancouver, B.C.
Drawings and specifications
can be secured with requirements upon application to W.
Marbury Somervell, architect,
at i'i Exchange Building, Vancouver, B. C.
i
Lowest or    any  tender    not
necessarily accepted.
W. H. HAZLITT,
Purchasing  Agent,
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
KeveThere is a bcttc- blood purifier than
Munyon's Paw Paw Pills They soon
clear the complexion of sallowness, pimples and Fkin eruptions, nnd (five the
checks a youthful glow; in fact, they
brighten fte eye and give a vigorous
force to the whole body.
In order that every one may use these
pills, I have put them up in two sizes,
a trial vial of    ten   pills for   10 cents
nnd about fifty to the bottle  for  25
cents. .
I most urgently ask every person who
suffers from any form of indigestion,
blood or liver ailment, especially, those-
who are troubled with constipation, to
give these pi'.la a trial. They contain no
calomel, no dope. They are soothing,
healing and stimulating, and school the
bowels to act without physic.
JfUNYONV *
mm*^��^^^^^
But one thing Is certain���there was
trouble of some sou among Crlppen's defenders and that proved most
damaging to the unfortunate little
doctor's interests.
The notification by the police for
tlie keepers of the resorts to remove
is the culmination of a week's war on
vice hy civic officials and every woman will have to leave the city.
J Who Said Xmas?
I It is time to slart on your Xmat work.     We have
^  ���.     -j
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making uo.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
Th'e W hite House 617 Columbia Street
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FOR  QUICK  SALE
1
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half  ���
miles east from PORT MANN.   2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River.   A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.   r\ice and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,  NOVEMBER 29
1910,
The Daily News
Published by Tbe Dally News Publishing Company. Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
Former Brass Pounders Make
Big Money In Porcupine Mines
'ZKawnMBjfggjMtagy.
Bellingham,   Nov.   28.���From    tin
idaily  grind  of  telegraph  operator
the  Northern   Pacific  railroad  at   .6
fc. A.  Paige.
} LA BEI.
i fortune.
Trunkey
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1910.
PORT  MANN'S  POSITION.
The   declaration   by Vice-President
Mann In regard to the policy of the
Canadian Northern Railway company
respecting Port Mann Is of consider
able      importance
pre.loua statements by
railway,   there   has
Quarters, a disposition to doubt
accuracy  of  the   tjtm
messages  to  and   fro  along  the  line.
onOiie day he decided to take a chance
I at   the  new   region  of   which   he   had
^^^^���^Hi _^g��K^g^g^a_a_g^BM'     I hoard so much
Managing Director |jl>er month to a mine owner possessed men, jIe accordingly saved up enough,
of a fortune is the experience of Sam-' money,   went   east   and   started   into
nol J. Dobie and Fred D. Trunkey. of Ithe   northern   interior    from    Cobalt. I
.11   Dupont   street,   in  this   city,   his  There he discovered some silver ore.'
partner, is also started on the road to j He   staked   a   claim   and   sold   it   fori
| $86,000,     This   gave   hlm   his    start.'
returned    to    Bellingham  Since then he lias cleaned up nearly
from   the    famous    Porcupine    gold  $800,000.
lields in Northeastern Canada Thurs-|    lie heard the tales of the new Por-
day morning after eleven months of ouplne country.    I'nnMe for business
arduous toil and danger.    JTe was one  reasons to undertalie the journey
of  the  first   to  enter  the   fields   and  remembered his "pal" out
Btaked numerous  claims in -the gold;  at   Belllngham.    Hence   it
silver  and   iron   mining  districts   155' list   September he wrote '
miles south of lluson bay. I pack up and come east.
The fortunes of Trunkey and Dobie Trunkey did. He met Dobie. Dobie
came about as the result of the lit- "staked" hlm and told his friend that
tor's association with railroad men. he was to take a certain train, go
Meeting employees of the Canadian north till he reached
Notwithstanding Pacific who liad worked through from
the east hc was told many tales of
the richness of the country to the
been, in some'north of Ontario. Dobi
thought  these   stories
Your Opportunity
 g^���������Asm*.   .aagmwHHM&aa*. nmB&usn
in tlie city
was   ttmt
['runkey to
officials of the
at     first
 ���_���       stories   were   hatched
I up and naught  but  the resull  of an
al   impression over-Imagination.
tlu
Jally   he
Instrument
bent   over  hb
and   daily   tic!
telegraph
;ed  off   the
tin;  Porl  Mann would he the actual
patmc coast 'terminal of the Canadian
x , ��� ern.   Anv such doubts must now
J   ' ,.,   .* real by the specific   state-  boring such  an     Impossible,opinion,
1 D  u  y^n.   In an inter- Bourassa and  Laverghe can  hope to
111 ,      ,      .,n. impress such an opinion onlv on thos3
\ie-  on Saturdav he Bai I. | '
,     .",      Mann ba8 the advantage   of who are ignorant of the principles and
/; oten port as well as    an practices   of   constitution*!    govern-
���     iocaUon io]. temina,Si Bhops and   numt-Catiadian  Courier.
B    eeneral    Industrial    centre.    Out'
ii,   ., 0wlns to the large area avail-
abh   there will be no danger of overcrowding.    There wlll  be  room, no; ;
so much for the needs of today, as
for the requirements of the    future.]
Th. so   favorable   conditions    do     not
prevail   to  the  same  extent   in   Van-1
couver.    ...    I do not care to    Indulge in prophecy, but it seems to mc
lie reached a certain little
way station on the Temiskamtng &
Northern Ontario railroad. From
there he was told he would have to
traverse a barren and desolate country inhabited by but few men and
over a trial beset, xvitb hardship and
danger.
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Clash in Council
(Continued  from Page One.)
chairman of the finance committee reported that  .Air.   Devlne,  of    Vancou-
V....C-- ... ,--.      ... i ver, had met the members and  laid
that with the completion of thc Pana'j before U)em
nja canal a considerable portion of the
export grain from the    prairies    will  meU of
seek an outlet via the Pacific    coast.
it may not be generally known   that
Port Mann is nearer to every corner
of   Alberta  than   is  Port  Arthur,  the I
ing mayor in tlie absence of his worship.
Vidal & Co. were appointed customs
brokers to the city.
A petition signed by forty-one property owners on Third Btreet, asking
that the paving of thai street be vt
proceeded with, xvas received and te-
ferred to the assessment commissioner to report* Letters were received from three of the signatories
thereto, asking that their names be
deleted, one stating that the matter
had been misrepresented to him. Requests for sidexvalks an-.l other work
were referred to the board of works
to report.
an  outline cf the    best
.method   of   conducting  the   re-assess-
ment of the city.    On motion  it  was
decided to appoint Mr, Devine special
assessment  commissioner,  to act    in
j conjunction with the building inspec-
���,        j tor, his remuneration for the work to
great wheat-shipping port at the head)be ?1000
of the Great Likes.   Our through pas- New City Treasurer.
sen-er trains will nm  in and out oft    ���'��� J.  McKay    was    appointed    city
sen-n   uui t,    'treasurer  at    a  salary of    $126    ier
Vancouver, but Port Matin xxill be the  mon(h
poini whence all incoming freight will . T))e reSjgnatjon of ,he plumbing to-
be distributed to Vancouver. Vancou-, spec-tor xvas receive 1 and accepted,
vet  Island or anv foreisn destination. ��� and it was decided to call for applica-
"       ���_ fra-,<ri,t tnilim.tions for bis successor.
Likewise, all eastbound freight.trains      ^    .^^    Amendm^t    b>.)aw
will be made up at Port Mann. I passed  its' first  leading, and    it  was
That is valuable testimony to    tne  decided to hold a special meeting this
auieriority of the F:a=er river as    a  evening to consider streets and
shint ins channel and to a position on'wa^s and  fire by-laws. ... ..    	
shipping cnanuei aim ,atpm.n.      The  offer  of   Frank   S.   DeGrey   to]    16:5fr���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Its banks as a port. I ins siaiem.uVrontrlbute $5ll towardg the immediate j Montreal t Nn 9fi).
will give assurance to many who have iavjng 0f two-inch water pipe to his 17:50���To Agassi
invested in property in and around house was acceptel. and rhe board of' ****n���fr, ������/./��
the   forthcoming   railway   centre   and , works instructed to act.
!��� ,y,n, Hictrift I    Alderman  Gray  xvas appointed  act-
will strengthen prices in that district j *��	
considerably.   Moreover it wiil attract, =   ==
still more prominent attention to ^���"���^"""",",~"^^^^^^���^^^���
New Westminster and its vicinity,
whilst t'.e near presence cf sjich an
Imp rtaht railway ;nd Shipping centre rs Port .'O^nri cannot but prove a
pote t Influence In the future p:o-
gies ��� :.r..l development ol cur city.
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IT : <">o���From  Vancouver.     (No.  96).
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QUiBELING,    NOT    REASONING.
Both   Mr.  Bourassa  and   Mr.   Lav-
eigne iiuibble in a decldely   unblush-|
ing way when they condemn the Ca-1
nadian navy because it may be sent j
to the assistance of Great Britain in
time of war by the    cabinet instead '.
of by the House of Commons.    Tliey I
say what  will occur is this.    A  war
ls declared  in  which  Britain is concerned.      The    Governor-General     of
Canada calls the Cabinet together and
asks for the Canadian fleet to be sent
to   Bi itain.    The  Cabinet  refuse,  because they feel that it is   a war   in
which  Canada  has  no concern.    The
-Governor-General   is   determined   and
demands    their   resignations,    parliament not being in session.   'Nie resignations are handed  in.    Colonel  Saia
Hughes, or Ur. Sproule, or Hon. Robert Rogers is called upon to take the
premiership,    He  takes   it,   forma   a
cabinet,   and   sends   the   fleet  abroad
withoul  calling parliament. Tiien par-'
liament is called, the new premier is
defeated, the old premier and his cabinet leturn to office, and they recall
the fleet.    But in  the meantime tlie
fleet   has   reached   Britain    and    lias
teen shot to ideces.
Isn't that a magnificent piece of
Quibbling? Does any sane Canadian
think that Mr. Bourassa and Mr. LaV-
ergne are worth considering after
such arguments? And neither of them
Will deny that they have used this
argument in print, on the platform,
and in private conversation.
What they advocate is that the fleet
shall not be sent to Britain's assistance, nor on any foreign mission
without the consent of the House of
. Commons. Tliey fear the Cabinet,
because of the Influence of the Governor-General, ln other words, they
fear the Governor-General. The whole
thing is so absurd that it is really not
worth considering. The history of
constitutional government In Canada
and Great Britain contains absolutely
notling to Justify any person In har-
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Sunday  Service J
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hour until 11:30 p.m.
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5:20 o'clock.
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NOVEMBER  29, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
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PORTING NEWS
oFSaS MILLS jiifsliuii champs
fJlUS BEFORE GREEK UF CIT���Ll ���
___  ! Association   Meeting   Last  Might  Set-
l>,/ikoS   Fillds Amant        tied  Worrying  Question  of the
Peter Bazunwo
Ram An Elasy Proposition! Championship.
0n Wrestling Mat.   ^^^^" ^H
Technical Commission Listens
To Interesting Evidence
Feter
ffrestlet
I' i*
ol  Cfl
ncblng
^^^^^^^^H At a meeting of the city   baseball
������ league  last  night    tlie    Alerts,    who
Vancouver's Greek were ahead  when  lh*' ll,kl weatherl
the lightweight hroughl   the  season  to a close  this I
lu     nlav    |J(. tall, were declared the winners of t
into  the  fu- 'easue  and   the   holders  <<f   the
lie
cup
ture
when
lie so
.,., .���tion that   Hazukos
ukos,
aiinant
_______!     llist.Ui,e    	
' proclaims  bim elf, Blven by Fletcher and Bowers at the
1 beginning of the season.
Tbe meeting was only a small one,
just one Balmoral and one Maple Leaf
making an appearance, while the
Alerts had a strong representation.
The Balmoral representative protested against the cup being given to the
Alerts as the Bche lule had not been
finished, bul his objections were over-
i uh 'l and the .Mens are the official
chami i ms im the year 1910. If the
enthusiasm shown al the meeting lasl
i.i I i i any criterion of the way
things wlll go In 1911 there will not
be much baseball next year.
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ie b0y  when lie made $11)0
,,. could pin the Bboulders
Ram to the padded inat
tbougbl otherwise,   and   a
,,,i-,i;tv evening In   the
,,,. result,   The boul
.. before   the   elite   ol
rtdom, a rew Hindus,
and negroes being In-
by    way    of    variety,
iir v
but i!|(,;''
bei that
,,, .ma
| ���.. Sikh
pic affa
j
..   pull^
,    .,,, ter hpo
gl    ��� >' nJabl
��'f0d lhe burgh where Amant
I
lrttining by tossing Brll
l0 thplcks    under   big
rtl^t'a'good BtMd delegation to
'   the I imillatlon of the hope ol
weighs    ahout    1G0
Kani keeps In
j. | c lumbia
Jiff:
��it ness	
;      llage.
.	
Greek is perhaps thirty
'. , bul what the Euro] e in
;    avoirdupois   he   mote  I  an
.   |    ip   ii Bkill,    The Sikh at no
. ,,.. in the running.    lie has   a
ideal to learn in connection with
Treasurer sharpe submitted a report showing that there was a small
balance at the credil  of tbe league,
'i he   1 S] 011   was   adopled.
The following is the standing of tlie
le igue when games ceased:
Won.    Lost.   Pet.
Uerts    9       7       ,562
Maple  Leafs    8      8        BOO
Balmorals T      9        138
NOTICE.
and when he has
Notice Is hereby    given   that   The
tricks the knowledge Fraser River Tannery. Limited, a body
i im    i,���.   ho corporate,   Incorporated   under     the
use to him.    lot    lie       ��� '        ^^���
;:eat   	
ppllng game
I: Biered ah i's
be of little
. ..,,-,.    The husky  youth
:    . hieh breeds sculptors
lors Played with   the
-       ... tantalizing way, and
*MI Un to injury by offering flve
K!e on bta chances afier the    first
��� .. gild, was stretched out on the
(Continued from  Page One.)
fishermen and partly owing to<the destructive lish found in Ihe Fiaser.
lie explained the four year cycle
and told the commission that be did
not. think it would he any use lf they
did know where the tish went after
they spawned and went, out to sea. It
was Impossible to do anything there.
If the lish were to be protected It
must  he while they were In the river.
He sah.i the fishermen could stand
some icachin. in the art of catchyg
fish, but there was not much trouble
in netting skilled labor in the can-;
aeries', with the possible exception of
In t he engine rooms.
Reverting again to the fish question
he claimed that  the run of fish  vvas
deteriorating year by year.    This was
to  be  expected owing to the Inroads
of the Americans and no dtmlnuition |
of   the  natural   enemies    of  the   flsh.1
The facilities for the catching of lish .
had    heen   increased   enormously   by i
the  use of gasoline boats  instead of;
the old row boats, but there were not ]
as many lish caught now as formerly.
Then   he   claimed   that   the   l'nited
States, although  they had  regulations.
regarding the catching of Qsh by trans,
and purse seines, made no attempt to
enforce tl em with the result that the
supply   was   heing   depleted   year   by
' year.    They  were  hilling  the  go n e
thai   laid  the golden  eggs.
The  Remedy.
lie   thought    theie   wee   two   Wl ys
of overcoming the difficulty. One was
I restrictions In the catching of salmon.
pro] erly enforced, and the other was
the protection of tho spawning
grounds, making it IcniI for any one
to catch trout and other preying fish
at till  Seasons of the year.
Suggests Advisory Board.
After pointing out some discrepancies in tlie regulations governing
the catching of fish on the Fraser at
the present time. Mr. Monk informed
the commission thai these regulations
were loosely framed because the men
Fr
F
es
"Hritish Columbia Companies Act,' responsible at Ottawa were net in
1M)7, and Amending Acts." carrying touch with the situation, lie favored
on husiness in the District of New , the establishment of an advisory
Westminster and Province of British board, to he composed of represents-
I'oiiiiiioia, having applied to His Ex-', tives of the packers, the fresh tish
cellency, the Governor General in merchants and the fishermen, this
Council for the approval of a Certain (body to discuss lending legislation
site for the construction of wharves and suggest amendments to tlie. re-
on    the    southerly    shore     of     the I sponsible parties.
on      the | The Labor View.
"B,"   and
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^         southerly    shore
doti the first time in twelve minutes, Knis(,,-     river,     situate
���M Nelson heing th ason.   The foreshore   of   blocks   "A,
sttt collapse    happened    after    the ������(���/��� being portions of lots seven (7)
t'ikiors Lid heen on the mat fifteen ,mil  eisbt   18),  group  two   C!)   in the
".".       \ nant   Ham  falling a victim district of New  Westminster and pro-
,       .. buttock. vince of  British  Columhla. have    de-
CUriie
���Oil
McMurphy    refereed    the p0sjted   with  the  Honoiabie the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
 " of said  wharves  which  they  propose
Ito construct, together with a description of the full site thereof described
by  metes  and  hounds, and  have also
.deposited  a  duplicate of each  in the
office   of   tlie   registrar   of   deeds  fori
the  district   of  New  \\'e.-,tminster, in]
wliich district the said works are pro- i
posed to he constructed, in accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of;
the "Navigable Waters Protection
Act." chapter LIS of the Revised
Statutes "f Canada, 1906.
WHITBSU/E & KDMONDS,
Solicitors  for   Fraser  itiver  Tannery,
Limited.
Dated at the City of New Westmln-1
acceded to the re-! ster this 27th day of October   1910
deputation '
seek-
E. C. A   A.   U.   Meets  Tonight.
; , ,. wl     be  a  meeting   of  the   B.
J,-., n (   in the Conservative club-
Vnderson   and    Lusbj b
.,.���.   ��� ,     ��� o'clock tonight.   One of
On Important   question!   which   will
hare t Ided  is  whether   the
i.-, .        ��� ,. Rovers Football team
I ...   [n   Q,e  city   league   without
ra i | those tliey play with or
pe,  ,,, the charge of profeB-
mi.   A. G. Beaton and J. Shaw-
crosi will attend the meeting on Detail ol the Rovers to state the ease.
I Hardman has
I quest ol an    Influential
Ishl b recently waited upon him
i..    ��� consent to enter the arena for
ualdermanlc seat.   Thp chief planks
lMr,Hardman's platform will be the:
itconomli   progress of the city, com
mensurale with keeping it up-to-date, j"-~nllsslon tn (ease
ttsadvocacy of the single tax scheme *    ���,,_., ������ ,���!!���������
=Jan understanding not    to    force |
(local Improvements on the people antes Btrongly requested by the parties
Interested
Thomas Turnbull. representing the
Trades and Labor Council, was the
last witness called, and he provided
the most interesting discussion of the
afternoon.
He said that the Trades and Lahor
Council had taken up the question of
education about a year ago and had
gone to the school board to ask thvn
to establish night schools for young
men working in the day time. This j
they had been unable to do at that
time, but he understood that thev
were now trying lo get the scheme in
working order.
In response to questions he soon began to express the socialistic and labor viewpoint on certain matters, and
Commissioner Simpson, himself one
of the leaders of the socialist party!
in Canada. Immediately began to get j
interested. ,   j
Mr. Turnbull claimed that the fisheries regulations here were all in fa-1
vor of tlie B. C. Packers' Association |
and contrary to the Interests   of the |
The fishermen were fore-1
ruit
insures
Good Health
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We have received
a choice snipment
of
Pine Apple
Japan  Oranges
(Very Sweet)
California Grapes
Red Jonothan
Apples
Bananas and
Grape Fruit
Take a supply home.
Nothing is hner than eat:ng
choice fruit round a cosy
nre at night
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Phone 373
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Take Notice that I, William Hohert
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bounded as follows:    Commencing at
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Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
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THE
JEWELER
fishermen,    l ne iisuwumu -,	
el to sell in a restricted market. They | E-^^^^ ttnd
could not sel   their fish to the Amerl-1 J��� It won't cost you a cent. You
��� an market, but there was nothing toi do���.t b,ve to buy them.   Simply write
��f  Dralney's  Inlet, thence  north   100
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
The funeral of Eri| Fortun. a n*jsouth, MjfrJSSJSifp��
U��e 01 Norway, who died at tl.e Koyal chains   O post c,   ���<nm
Columbian     hospital     on   Saturday pose tor which It isrequj
morning, took  place yesterday  after-1 In. .
noon, Interment  being In the church |
of England    cemetery,    Kev.    Canon
H"Easum officiating,   The funeral   ar-
mogements were ln the hands of W.
J Fair,.
Bherltfj sale at Steed & Hewlett's
takery, Columbia street, Sapperton.
<"> Tuesday, November 21", at two
"'clock p in., of bake oven and equipment, flour, scales, show cases, coun-
lew,  shriving,   horse   and     delivery
prevent tlie canners from    importing]
fish.
He spoke of the leases granted   to
timber holders tn    British    Columbia |
���  in which the
,���.���. ���. ..    In fact the
workmen had been buncoed so manv j
times by government   schemes    that;
looked with suspicion on those
r
they
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. 1910
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Ill,      ��� .uw..
which might be good.
Good���for the Boses.
Speaking of technical education he
Btated that, although as an  economic:
proposition he did not think it  valuable, it might be beneficial to the in-1
It might be another scheme I
us for a free sample.
"A short time ago, I received a free
sample of GIN PILLS which I have
taken with such good effects that I herewith enclose 5*c for a box of them. I
believe GIN PILLS are just the things
for me." Richard Hamlyn,
French River.
GIN PILLS are so called because tbey
contain the medicinal principle of
JtfUiper berries, the essential principle of
Gin, but do not contain alcohol, son. a
box ��� 6 for $2.50 ��� at dealers, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
refunded. Sample box free if you write
us. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Dept. B.C., Toronto. 53
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.
dividual,   u uns"- **~ 	
^BBBBM g^^-^^M       Ito separate the worker from the stuff]
,.  ..   , ,   ,.   , ., .,    he produced, to bring hlm to a higher.-   .
ealtP,n"ru"  ot��tionV lo^shlB S" sta,P of ^l���** not *" he ,f,gM, development of the great resources of
east quarter QI section .'. townMip 13, ,    benefited, but that the exploiter of ,he province
New V\estminster   district.   Whereas b(s ,.ll)or m[^ ^neM !      -pro���-
nroof of the loss of ceitificate of title
 ijolin Sweeny, has been  tiled In   this
^ai*ia*i*\\^ss^saa^saa^saa^saa^sm      ! office.
Notice is hereby given that     tWU
at,e expiration of one  mon.I. from
Hit the flr-t publicationJ^-jJ
a  dftlly  newspaper puhlis ed   I a   UIJ
I   city   of   New    Westminster,   issue   a
urand, Okla., Nov. ���js.-Fhe men duplicate of tha said      r   ^jeoUon
���we blown to atoms and nine others less In Jhe mesntin       >
���ere entombed  beyond  hope  of  re- be made to me in writ  ��   ^^
Covery by  a gas explosion    in    the nut.lct Registrar of Titles,
mine of the Cocktaw  Asphalt    com- "��� ,,      NpW   west
Pany ai   Jumbo,  near  Antlers,  Okla.,     Land   ';^'sll>    < 'mber ir,, 1910.
BIG GAS
hu
F.XPLOSION
IN  OKLAHOMA
�����
MINE
is lanor mi. ..1	
Questionel by Commissioner Simpson, Mr. Turnbull stated that he did
not regard all education in that light.
The elementary public school training
that    he! sell
i After the session the commission
found that it was so late that it could
not return to Vancouver for dinner
and so they accepted th'e invitation of
Mayor Lee and adjourned to the Uus-
PI
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
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was essential, but after
thought that it ought to be voluntary | on ^|1e
education and not compulsory. He
admitted thai in a condition where all
workers received the full produce of
their labor, technical education would
be a good thing, but at the present
time it was doubtful.
The arguments then got involved,
but the commission must leave with
the Impression that the labor element
in New Westmlnstei ************.���,.
hotel.    They  left  for Vancouver
1 n.v 7:30 car.
The commission will finish its work
in Canada about the end of the week.
In Victoria. The members will visit
some of the lar^e cities of the United
States nnd will then leave for
Europe, where they expect to complete their Investigations Jn about
four months' time.
.Afraid to Eat?
Docs the fear of indigestion spoil the enjoyment
your meals ?     It needn't.    Just take
and you won't know you have a
stomach. They w
ill see to it
the
that your food is properly digested.   1 hey .re among tne
i.������'r .,    ^. .   XV.(t As*, r f nn��. compounded uy
best of the NA-DRU-CO P^^^^V^Twholesaie
expert chemists and guaranteed by tlie ""B��� , t
druggists in Canad, locabox. fe��ou^X.
stocked them yet, send us COc. and we will man y ^
MONTREAL.
N��TION*L DflUO AND CHCMICAl CO. OH CAWAPA LlMITCD-
in ^ew  ivoduu,,���   is not in favor
ssa of compulsory technical e'ueation on
the grounds that the exploiter and not
the worker would receive tlie benefit.
Dr. Sipprell's Views.
This was the last witness    called,
but in response to   an invitation   to
anyone present to state anything   to
the commission which they    thought
might he of Interest, Dr. Sipprell, of|
Columbian    college,    gave    a    short]
aneech on the Intentions of that   institution.
He stated  that although t"nsy had
not made nnd were not preparing to
I make any provision for the technical
I education of young men, they were on
[the point   of   opening   a course   ln
I domestic science   where   the   young
I ladles of the city could be taught all
the homely virtues, such as cooking,
sewing and home making.
I    The doctor handed ln a written report jf the work   which    Columbian
[college had  been doing and of the
need of the   district   for   education
I which would instruct the rising generation in the proper use and right
CORPORATION   OF  THE   CITY  OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
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 there is no provision In the
special surveys act allowing for compensation should the existing boundaries prove inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk
City frail, November 24, 1910.
Fire Insurance
mmnaMmmassss**************ss*************a*********��**��*M********ws^-a-m-mmmma*,
at Lowest Rates
If y&u are thinking about Insuring your iiouse or furniture do not
keep putting it off, for a delay might cost you hundreds cf dollars,
when you can take out a policy ln one of the Independent Insurance
Companle*.I represent at lower rates than others charge, and which
glye you the best protection possible.
For rates' and' particulars phone call or write.
.
NOTICE.
The undersigned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
he will conduct the real estate business under his own name. The office
on Twelfth street ls for sate.
O, D. BOURKE.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 ** '
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, NOV
EMBER 29_ 19<3
1 GALVIN, The Tailor
See XMAS REDUCTION SALE
NOW ON
Our large stock of both Ladies' ai}d Men's goods
is being ottered 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
SURPLUS WOMEN
LIFE'S TRAGEDY
j ho state,"  declared
Mary E. Dreier of New York
Discusses Fate* Of Aged
Would-Be Workers.
New  York,  Nov.  -S.���"Tre greatest
tragedy of New York's Industrial life
Is the tragedy of the surplus women,
Ithe women who are able and willing
sion  from. ' Miss
Dreier.
"They are moving toward that
wiili  their old a.e pensions
land.    A  woman 	
and  well,   caring   fur   ber   family,
ier husband, bringing up
is a soldier   of peace,
thing to he than   a
���
helping
children,
that  is a greater
ideal
in Eng.
faithful-
illy,
her
and
soldier of war.
RECORD
CAR   OF   JAM
GOES   TO    VANCOUVER
Phone R 578
46 LORNE STREET.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*********
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading
Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers la All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Nelson,  Nov.  ^S.���A    car  of    jams,
jellies ami mincemeat  was dispatched
yesterday to Vancouver by  the Kootenay  ,'am  company,  ltd.,  which   was
!in  every   way   a   record,  it   bein.    the
'heaviest single consignment yet ship-
t'ie i |n>ii from thfl company's factory. The
total number of cases was 734,   containing  over   eighteen   tons   of  jams,
etc.   .\n order of this magnitude demonstrates the appreciation
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box   137
to   work,   but   who  have  passed
dead line of fifty years."
That   was   the   admission    of    Miss
Mary B. Dreier. president of the \Yo- j onstrntes  the appreciation   in   which
incus   Trade   I'nion   league    of    this  Kootenay  fruit  is held at  the coast.
city when shown a dispatch from Boa-     This is the second year of ihe Koo-
ton  telling of the difficulties of the tenay  .lam   company's   existence   in
Hay  state with  its "surplus  women."  Nl'?".   ,���e taCt?'7 ,,!,'1 '""'  S'T'!
.worked mil capacity, and us product
Over  there  the  Women's  Homestead qulckl,   made  lt8eif  the   Btandard   of
association, a   local   organization   vi excellence, and when Barl Grey visit-
has sent out reso- ed  this  city  one year ago.
utilization of    n:i- Pany   became   purveyors
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000  Horsepower���320 Feet Long���1 S> ^ Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. in. Saturdays
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays,
STEWART  and  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS
Albeit  leaves Prince  Rupert on arrival of s. s
Stewart, and  for  Queen Charlotte  City,   Pacofl
lions at l��):00 p. in. Thursdays; and  for
.Masse!  at  10:00 p.  tn.  .Momlays.days.
Solid     vestibule     trains     of
ai
Port EI
-S.  s. i
Rup,     .
s:and
and
���
.
  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago.   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   Ne/;  York   T
onto.   Montreal,   Portland,   Boston, etc.     Longest doude track rail ^
one   management  on   the American  continent. '
under
H. G. SMITH,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Telephone  7100.    527  Granville Street
L. V. DRUCE,
' d Agent
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Vancouver.    Telephone 3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,   TRANSATLANTIC  STEAMSHIP Li
^      The Old Folks      |^
___\g__\   find advancing years bring an increasing tendency   ������fl^,
to constipation.    The corrective  they  need  is
"NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives
    nd gives
to twenty  hands.
The   summer   fruit   season   having
passed, the energies of tbe   company
|will be tinned to turning out marmalade as soon as the new crop of citrus
fruits arrives, in the course of a cou-
] pie of weeks.
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.
25c. a box.    lf your druggist has not yet stocked ihem,
send 25c. and we will mail them.
NATIONAL DRUG 4. CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.  22
parauuiib,   u
^1
P"
SP ECI ALS
POR   TO-DAY
arge meioership, nas sent oui reso- eu >i"* *".. *'*.<- .������ -=-. the com-
[lutiona urging the utilization of na- P*"* became purveyors ... the vice-
i . regal table,    .his list spring ihe Ac
tional aud state aid to buy home- tnr>. w&fi (lo,,,,,���,, jn siz(.. additional
steads which are now waste land and |,iani wa8 installed, the capactt) a:>-
|settle these women on them. And the pioxiniating two tons of finished pro-
term "surplus" is applied to "worn- duct per day. The factory hae a floor
!en who are matured, with neither space of 12,600 square feet
good looks, youth, nor capital to aid,employment
them, and who can for these reasons
Iind no work to do, no matter bow
willing they may be to work."
"Indeed, we have a large elass of
such women in New York," averred
Viss Dreier in response to a question. "Hut I am not sure that I am
stating the situation correctly.
"1 think it would be true to say
that we have a large number of such
helpless women in every class, lt is
the supreme tragedy of our industrial
life.
Better Off in Prison?
"It is almost Impossible for tlie
woman o\er fifty to obtain a position
where either mental or manual laboi
���except the crudest, roughest varieties of the latter���insure her even a
possible living wage. She is almost
as helpless as if she were in prison.
Indeed, the women confined by the
state have a better chance for decent
food iind healthful work.
"Take WOI . in the mills and lactones. The primary requisite is,
speed. That means deftness of touch i
and quickness of sight. Now, it is
only Datura! that a woman fifty years
Old, who perhaps has brought up a
Ifamilj children   sod   almost   cer
tainly has filled her besl years wiili
arduous household tasks and sewitm,
should   be   left   with   stiffened,   knot-
ted lingers and dimmed e>es. She can-      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
not possibly concentrate the energies' T]10 funnv Swede iad who comgs
ber   worl    that   a  young  girl  can the or,ar& house on Friday.
n��f��aMf mmwmmmmmm <�������������� >H^
I English Flannel
! SHIRTS
In   tke
and  com
made with
Shirts   thc
Soft   Wool   Flannel
for-table,      ::
hout
,'hich  is  so warm
Thcje  Shirt;
$2.50 each
������-���--.       art
or without  collars- great  big roomy
kind   you    nave    often    looked   fori
See Window
1M. J. PHILLIPS
Th.
: Wardrobe
Clothier
^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1
TWELVE   ONLY
8  DAY  OAK   CLOCKS
Strikes Hour and half-hour.     Alarm attached
Regular, $6.75     Sale Price, $3.75
Our Regular $3.50 Watches j
Sale Price, $1.50
Other Bargains too numerous to mention
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 greasy
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 in 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- \ I /
portions to cleanse y^_[///^
easily, vigorously, J^"
an d without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
LUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
*        Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
; bring to bear."
���When tae wom;.n was younger
she likely earned one infinitesimal
trade ; ow to I'.iste one small Btrlp ot
leather on a shoe, perhaps. Remember, it takes 1"" workers to fashion
... pai tj r-Hr��� [ er. The middle-age i v. o-
man knows how to jaste thai the
j ,-t as well as she ever did, of course,
but she can'l begin to paste as many
strips during the day as she rould
once. So a younger woman is hired
in her plnre.
Has   More    Chance   in   Stores.
"In the stores I think there i.s per-
| haps a slightly better ehance for the
: woman   who  is  no  longer  youn. .     If
1 she has any marked degree of ability
'her j ears of e'qerience are often rdo-
j ognied   at   something  like  their  real
value.    Hut this again applies chieflv
to her being allowed to keep the po- j
sition   she   already   has.     If   tor   any .
| reason   she   drojs   out���well.   It's   al-j
i most   literally   true   that   'she   never i
| comes   hack.'   The tyounger   woman, |
with fresher, more attractive appear-
lance, is invariably preferred.
"The  most   utterly   foolish   and   f>j-'
Mile  example  1  know  of this   sytsem I
i of the to-the-yoyng-belong-the-spol!s la'
ithe   business  oflice  positions.      As  a
matter   of   fact,   other    things    being
��� .equal,   a   middle   aged   woman   must;
be superior to a vo"ng girl as a secretary, stenographer,   or   bookkeeper,
or in any similar position where busi-
responslbilities  demand   experl-
life  and  people.     Vet   al-
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
is l.e ST and ARD article
READY  FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For mtklng totp, softening water
removing old paint, dlolnfectlng
���Inks, closoto, drain* and for
many other purposes. A caa
equal* 20 pound* SAL SOOA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT ttXXX
TORONTO. ONT
OU'LLgetmorj
downright wea
and comfort out c(
n Prussian D Overcoat
than you ever though
you could get for $IM
Both single and doom
breasted styles���innevi
and exclusive pattern.
with the tone ana
elegance that Fit|
Reform designers ab
can give to a garmentj
| ness
I ence   witty
i most every business man is unwilling
-to hite a mid lie aged woman. Of
course, if he is sensible, he  will  de-
] mand practical ability, too, but hi'
will pass up the wisdom that comes
naturally with years in favor of an
office ornament."
Farm    Idea    Not   Practical.
"I)o you  thing  it  would  be  a  good
thing   to  Bend   these   women   back  on
farms'.'"   Mi.-s   Dreier   was   asked.
"I think the Homestead association
forgets," site commented, "that theie
must be at least, one other essential
to culivate the soil successfully, and
that is���a man. Most of these women who would be fihon farms would
lack male members of their family."
"Another su. nestfon from tbe Huh
is a state matrimonial bureau, and
another is the legalisation of plural
marriages," the interviewer remarked,
"Both must have been meant for
satire." demurred Miss Dreier. "For
that matter, I doubt if marriage
would he an. gieat benefit in a large
number of cases.
"Of course 1 believe thoroughly in
the theory of carriage, but I consider
���lie modern practice of it. full of intolerable wrong. Pingle blessedness Is
blessedness Indeed  by comparislon.
"I think that the single woman is,
generally speaking, happier and better off than the married one, and I
think women are beginning to realize
this, and that Is why there are fewer
marriages, A married woman, unless her husband can afford servants
or unless she is not a mother, lias less
uetsontl liberty than almost any one
else in the civilized world."
"What, would you advise doing with
the surplus women?''
"Every women, after she ls fifty
years of age, should receive a pen-
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full 11 Kt. be lid Oo.il���cut
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Ton mil tryfhfipen ��� wo*it,
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Detroit. HUh TUESDAV, NOVEMBER 29,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE SEVEN.
TENDERS
.^dressed    t<> the    under-
and  endorsed    on
Tenders
, '   , -t Ottawa
fts"    '��� .!..��� e   "Tender
,    J Buoy Depot,   wi
Thi'rd Day Of J--1""3^,.1911;
t prince RW**
|fcr the construction of^a
Ition ol a
house
lng near Carcroai, Yukon Territory
Plan�� and bi incatlona    may   he
seen al tbe offlces of T. p. Nartanff
���napector of Indian Agencies "S
;;;;!:';��� W. E. Ditchburn, Inspector of
l,"!l'111 Agenclea, Victoria; it c
Miller Assistant Gold Commissioner!
Whitohorae, V. T.; tho Commissioner1
01 the Yukon, Daws
and Percy Reed
Carcross,  Y. 'I'.
Each   lead,.,   ,.,., .,.. | ,
,l,y !l lMai'1'"'1 ch.  made payable toi
the  underalgned for a
live  per rent of the
""I"", tender,   The cheque will
i",'"" 1''-1;;11"" "> ii the peraon tendering d
ocluding the erec ter irill) ��� ,.,������,,���.,
for    Prince
be received
���eal estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acies of land
bounded aa follows:    Commencing at
������ post planted at the east side of tlie
extreme head of the north arm of
Dralney's Inlet, thence east 40 chains,
tlience south BO chains, thence west
1,1  chains,  lhence  north  50 chains to
Mining    Recorder! which��it ""'l"^���^-   p��we for
wnicn it is required, quarrying.
.mist  be ��� -���I WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
City.
Buoy
1'lov ince
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
Distrlct of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of  Vancouver,  B. ('., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permlaslon to purchase the following
sum equal to
imounl    of the
ie forfeited
"i'l-iZ'-n i"wb   ��� '     "" when called upon
Reinforced Concrete wnarf, , , ,,,   ��� u    ti
tch     Trestle,     Power ,.���  ,,,,. ,,���        wl ;      i
��lth   '''''r'mveEs BS th�� ev^ of acceptance of tend.,���,.".
Offices and    Dwellings,   ateo cheque will he held until the contra*
" installation    ot    uraraage    anu i8 signed, when it will be retur I,       described lands:
ir Sysiems The successful tenderer wlll be re-     Commencing  at    a    i,..-i     ,,t-,;,,,-,i
* specmcavUbe seen and toS   ?"lred '" U,M !l ,"""1 j" "tlsfa"  abou* twent* "h^ ��"'"��� ToS" 2!
,rAgr8emen1 may be seen and forms tory sureties for a sum equal to the southwest  corner of    Timber    Lease
tendei   pro ","d ,'" ^.L.,.^1     ' " ''V,""* '" ,h" <'""< fact ::s7,;^  Texada Island,    thence    wes.
',,, of Marine and      isii.tus   ut-     rhe lowesl or any tender not neces-' elghty chalns. thence   south   eighty
W at tbe office ol tbe Agent   otUrlly accepted. chains, thence   east,   eighty   chains
'l:''""' :""1 l'!" unauthorized  insertion of this thence north eighty chains to point of,
u    , any newspaper will commencement,  containing 640 acres
N |j    Quebec  and   .Montreal,  at  noj   |���,  paj(j  for
e,  Prince  Rupert.,   K.C, j j   D   \j(.|.iv\\\
Becretary.
Departmi nl ol  Indian Affairs,
Ottawa, November 1. 1910,
r,��� nenartmi:,!
*!ir ' victorla, B.C., Halifax, .vs.. Bt. advertisement In
'llf" .. B   Quebec and Montreal, at not
K'1!'1(,-; ,,,,;,,, prince Rupert, K.C, I
P.  .,,,,. Custom  House,  Winnipeg,!
|la:>
ino
0���ly lump sura tenders, on the ten-
,    jrm prepared by   the    Depart-
E   will i Bldered,
,r\ teDder musl  be accompanied
' . ��� haul; cheque In favor
��� ���   - and
Of
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK
Vancouver, I . C. September 6, 1910:
LAND    ACT     NOTICE.
Minister of Marine
, ,-��� i"" it:
e(,ual   to   live   per   cent.
mount    of  the   tender,
will  be forfeited  il  the
mberles
I
1
tenderer  dei lines  to sign for  Victual!
���    Articles "i  Agreement  aoove  re
1     ' t0 oi   falls  to   complete   the
cordin j lo contract   Chequea
unsuccessful
tenders
,,i  Agreement above
Ted
k
I       inylnj
t    . returned.
- ,  Department   does  nol
���     the   lowest
lender.
. evspapi '   copying this
ul v.i'ini ii authority from the Detent will nol he paid for same.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
.   tmenl of Marine and Fisheries,
Can ida, Xovember 8, 1910.
bind   It-
or    any
yards   at
advertise-  malt,   B.
Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for    Victuals   for  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED  TENDERS   addressed  to
the   undersigned,   endorse.l   "Tendersjfanda:
and accompanied  by a ' ' Commencing at
certified cheque for  10  per cenl   of n.   smith,     s
tbe  imount, of tlu- tender, will be received   up  till   noon  on   Wednesday,
November 30, al  the Department of
��� I e   Naval  Service,  Ottawa,  tor   the
supply of the tollowlng commodities,
to be delivered at  the Naval   Dock-
lallfax,   N.   S.  and
'cans.   I haricot)
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice thai James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation build
er. Intends to apply for permission  to
purchase    the    tollowlng    described
a   jmst   marked   ".I.
W.      corner,"      at
northwest   corner    of    pre-emp-
No.      2961,      thence      north
01
fid
R0
the
tlon,
'about fin chains more or less, to
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east
chains more or less, thence south
chains
C.
pei
r
TENDERS.
I
SEALED TENDERS   addressed   to
mdersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
. . Hon of two 180 culdc
len dump scows for dredge
y .   , _' British  Columbia,"  will
al :his ollice until 1 p.m.,
mber   'J.   1910,   for    the
.    -   p. of the scows mentioned.
i   .    ���   pei location and form of]
to may   he  procured   at   the  of-
ii   a. Bayfield, Buperln-
,.r..    ;  Dredges,   New   Weatmln-
ter, B. C,  where  form   of   conti act
if ain i <��� Been
I , - spei Ideations   and    form   of
". ��� maj also be seen and forms
lender obtained   at   the   ollice   of
bn  Henderson,   resident    arehi-
:. Vied rla,  B.  C,  and  at   tbe  De-
ol   Public   Works.  Ottawa.
tendering arc notified that
mill not  be considered unless
late,   Flour,  Jam,   Marmalade,   Meal,
preserved     (Corned     Beef,    Mutton.
Brawn),   Milk,    condensed.     Mustard,:
Oatmeal, Marrowfat   Peas. Split Peas, j
Pepper,   Salt,   Suet,   Sugar,   Vinegar,
Tea. Coffee,' Rice and Raisins.
The   period  of  contract   to   be   for ,
one year from December 1st, 1910
Forms of tender may be bad   from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized   publication   of   this
.Notice Will not be paid for.
O. .1   DESBARATS.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Naval   Service,,
Ottawa.  October  26th,  1010.
-
NAVAL     SERVICE     OF      CANADA.
Notice       Concerning       Tenders      for
Clothing and Kit for the Seamen
of   tbe   Naval   Service.
SEALED   TENDER8   addiessed   to
���the    undersigned
more or less, thence west.
Esqui- chains, move or less, thence north
Choco- chains, more or less, thence west
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold WatcieB tor Ladies from 112/5
*v>.
Silver Watches, genu' open lace
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Walthara and ttlgtn
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
For all kinds ot
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
>      or leave orders at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
aear The Daily News Co., GU9 Victoria
Street.
EMPIRE SHOW FOR
KING'S CORONATION
Scenes Of Various Parts Of
British Dominions To Be
Reproduced.
CUSTOMS SALE.
chains  more or less, to tlie place of
commencement.
JAMBS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 191C.
TORN FERDINAND  B. CCS   Agent
LAND  ACT.
endorsed "Tenders
Tor Clothing and 'Kit" accompanied by
samples and a certified cheque for 10
per cent of the amount of the tende;,
will be received up till noon on Wednesday. November SO, 1910. for the
folio win.   contracts:
1. For the supply ol*���Hoots, Uniform Badges and Buttons, Underwear,
ide on the printed forms supplied, 1 gocfes, Stockings, Jerseys. Comfort-
���; with their actual si_na- ,.,��� Cholera Belts. Leggings, White
������:���* stating their occuptlons and shirts, Collars. Towels. Blankets,
iare of residence of each member. |lc(i_ i;ed Covers. Knife Lanyards,
'the flrm must be given. Brushes   (Tooth,   Hair,   Clothes    and
i       ten ��� :   must   be  accompanied  Hoot). Combs ibono.
J an accepted cheque on a charter-      2,    mue   ser.e.   Duck,   Jean,   Drill,
bank, payable to the order of the Klannel and shirtin . In the piece.
3.    For the making UP of the folio .v
New Westminster Land District.    District of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand I
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,    occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permls-
sion  to  purchase the    following    described  lands:
Commencing    at    a    post    planted
about   one   mile northeast   from tb*
head  of  Billings  bay,  and  about    40
chain-  easterly   from    the    suutbeasi
corno- of timber lot    number    3T'.'41
tlience  north   40  chains,  tlience  east
40  chains, thence    Boutt     40 cliains.
thence   west   40   chains  to   point     of
commencement,  containing  100   acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 39. 1!H0.
London, Nov. 28.���With the closing
last week of the Japan-British exhibition at Shepherd's Bush, London,
work was begun on tbe preparation
for the Coronation exhibition next
year, which, if tlie plans now made
are carried out will be the greatest
and most interesting show yet. held
In this magnificent show ground.
Imre Kiralfy, the director and chief
proprietor of Uie ground, has worked
out a scheme for displaying the extent and resources of the British empire In a way that they never have
been displayed before, and he has
chosen the year of King George's cor-
To be sold by public auction under | onatlon to show ais many as possible
of his subjects what a wonderful empire It Is.
The keynote of tbe whole thing is
to be realism. Instead of the old-
fashioned display of cloths, and grains
and fruit and other products, which
make exhibitions of this kind like
glorified drygoods or grocery stores,
an effort will be made to reproduce
in London actual parts of the empire, with the people in their familiar
home surroundings. From India will
come her attisans and laborers, and
tbey will settle dpwn in an Indian
village at. Shepherd's Bush, and carry on their usual avocations.
Indians   From   Canada.
North  American  Indians  will come
from Canada and camp in a Canadian
forest.    Miners  will  come   from   the
Transvaal and work in a real African
mine.    Savage Fiji Islanders will live
the life they have always lived In a
! tropical garden.    It will-no longer be
'necessary to go to Ireland to see Kil-
| larney  or the Giant's  Causeway,  for
they will both be at Shepherd's Bush.
With  natives of the places   following
'their usual occupations.
,    Tbe idea had its   inception in   tbe
tableaux    of    "Tlie    Four    Seasons,"
1 wbicli formed one of tbe most popu-
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE   SUNSET     BLUF     PRINT   CO.
Trapp   Block.
Phpne 711.
Box  160.
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 lile and to be seen
at the Customs Office, Express
Offices and Railway Freight Offices
tbis city.
Terms, Cash.
New Westminster, B.C., November
15, 1910.
ANGUS MUNN,
Collector of Customs.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Auctioneers.
NOTICE.
Tlie undersigned has moved his
iffice to 1316 Cariboo street, where
ie will conduct the real estate business under hls own name. Tbe office
in Twelfth street is for sale.
D   D   BOURKE.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
P Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to_open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
"Nsiness Accounts opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS~$48,000.000 ~
NEW   WESTMINSTE.:,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street,
B.   C.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
OF
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
_   _ ,  _,. Mar   features   of   the   exhibition    this |
Re-Survey of City. ,, ye.u.   He_e JapaMiB land80apea vere|
Property owners intending to erect i faithfully reproduced, but. instead of |
stone or concrete boundary walls, or hiving men and women, they were!
fences, should refrain from doing so' people with wax figures. The atten-
until tlie re-survey of tlie city is com- tion which these attracted gave Mr.
idete. as there is no provision in thojKiratfy the idea of actually reproduc-l
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
special surveys act allowing for compensation should the existing boundaries prove inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Citv Hall. November 24, 1910.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given on   Any  Kind
of   Job   Printing
tj<��     able   the   Minister   of   Public
W   I, i     il to ten per cent   (10) of
|lie amount of the tender, which will
forfeited  11   the  person  tendering
"line to cater  Into  contract when
b>1 ii.,.]] tl) ,io SO] or fan to com-
pe tli.   work contracted for.    If the
Take Notice that I, William Robert j CITY
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 on tbe river entering the head
of Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west 60 chains, thence
south 100 chains, tlience east 501
chains to post of commencement. Pur
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ing garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpers pose for which lt Is required, quarry-
i with and without cuffs). Duck Jump-'|ng.
ers.   Trousers,   (Duck.    Serge
Overcoats,   Monkey
Cloth)
Jackets,   Shirts,'
Klannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars.'
Caps,   (round  and  peaked), Cap Cov-1
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 2fith. 1910
Oder '.���  not  accepted   the   cheque ers. Overalls,  (Combination Suits).
be let timed. The  period  of  contract  to  be  for
By  Order. ione vear from December 1st, 1910 for
R, C. DESROCHER&,    ! Articles  in  Schedules   1   and   2   and
Secretary.'from January 1st, 1911 for Articles :a
Departmenl   of   Public   Works,   Ot- Schedule 3.
p��a, November Hi, 1910. |    Forms of tender may be had from
Newspapers   will   not   be   paid   for the undersigned.
'- advertisement lf  thev  insert  tt
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Notice.
Merchants  requiring rings in  curbs
of sidewalks on  Columbia street,  for
the purpose of hitching horses, please
notifv the city engineer at once.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CITY Clerk.
City Hall, November 2:i, 1910.
A
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
of   this
pithnii
authority   from   the   depart-
TENDERS.
pi:.U.KI/   TENDERS    addi.v.-cl t,,
I'm' Se retan
IWfalrj,
y. Department of Indian
01 awa,  and   marked   on  the
; '     '      !��� nder for Alert Mav Oirls'
!:    '     �� 11   be  received   Up
i,   1910,   for   the
* ��� ���'������'��� " boarding  school
_   ' '       Bay    i Cormorant
�� C
Unauthorized    publication
Notice will not be paid for.
G. J. DKSHARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department  of  the   Naval
Ottawa, October 25th. 1910.
Ar:
Service,
*r]1_*l_,-$,.J2_'_
**isV.'<Ji?Si*r^***
to noon
election
building
Island i,
AUCTION
BERTH
Ke an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 9, township 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of tbe loss of ceitificate of title
number 119K5F. Issued In the name of
John Sweeny, has been filed in this
offlce.
Notice Is hereby given thnt I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
date of the flrst 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
be made to me in writing.
C.  8. KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles., M()llt,���al.
Land Registry Offlce. New Westminster, B. C. November 15, 1910.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver
slz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.
19:20���From Seattle and Mission.
22:50���From  Montreal and   Nicola
(No. 1).
Departures.
S:30���To   Vancouver,
and Agas-
Kootenay
(No. 9fi).
Seattle,   Ni-
.  :   '    md   specification!
���"������  '    ������ offl
Bog
i:
NOTICE.
The right  t" cut  timber �� der    . lMre lg lierehy   Rlven   that   The
cense on   Berth   No. 636, co mrSing   ,, KUer Tannery. Limited, a body
following  land" in  theJ. oun c ^    incorporated    under      he
'''British    Columbia     Companies    Act,
currying
of   New
SALE      OF      TIM&ER
COVERING   DOMIN'ON
LANDS.
may     be _
C6S of T.  V.  Neeiatid I,
i I   Indian     Agencies.   Vun-
W  E  hichhurn, Inspector i f
1 I Cles, Victoria, and W.  M.   . ,
,'       Indian  Agent,  Alert   Hay.       .of   British   ( 0 uuibu    ��
'       tender must be accompanied Ut/publlc auction^at the'"l^JW^
:' marked cheque male payable to  $8,670.00  Including^"nSdwJthe
e ttn "    'wed  for a sum equal to I o'clock P.  M.; ��� W��dn.. ^
^"" cent of the amount of tender. 28th ol December ne      at ti.e
P cheque   will   be   forfeited   If  the'of   the   Dominion    Umber   Agen
>'N��> tendering decline to enter into New Westminster.
J,"""'-" t when called upon to do SO.I    Timber  Berth N0.636^ UU B,te for tbe
?CVwT,?��^ *"" "n   ���'
*'. :"' "b'ance  of   tender
'���' be held  until    the
Kjed, wh,.n It will be returned. ,      ,,
��Th(I successful tenderer will be re-1 Mr.  A.  Ligh hall.
��� 0U e" to furnish a bond In satisfu.- in  May, 1910, of re
T��uretles for a sum equal to the Timber  and  GraslttB   I��an
TSwirnK^edUa
tht full amount   pi   the  WJ5
and tbe ground rental for the
have been  paid.
*   rate or
11:00-
: 55-
To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   9fi).
17;50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
H. W. BRODIE, G. P. A., Vancouver.
couver.
ing real places and bringing real peo
pie to inhabit tbem.
These   reproductions  must  not   be
confounded with the "native village'
sideshows which are to be seen at all
such exhibitions,    Tliey are not to be
sideshows;   they   will  form  the  bulk
| of  the  main   exhibition   and   will   be
I open  to everyone  who  pays  hls   ad
(mission   fee   at   the    main    entrance
j gate.
Nobility on. Committee.
Probably no exhibition which ever
was held included so many distinguished persons on Its general committee as this one. Although the committee is far from being completed, it
already includes half a dozen dukes,
a round dozen marquises and a few
score of earlR, viscounts, barons and
other small fry of the peerage. In
fact. If the whole committee attends
on the opening day, it will he hard
to throw a stone In the big grounds
without bitting someone who figures
In "Debrett." i
It  litis  been  arranged that   a pro-
portion    of   receipts,    guaranteed    to
amount In any case to $25,000, wdll be
devoted  to  tlie  fund  for   a  natlonul j
memorial to the late King Fdward.
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3***,  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent*
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  St.,   New  Westminster.
RADIUM   MADE   IN   LONDON.
HOSPITAL'
Westminster P. Ivate Hospital.
223 Townsend ft. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
1897.    and    Amending Acts,"
on   business  In  tbe   District
: wp .tmiiwter and Province of British
Unumuia   having applied to His Excellency,   the   Governor   General   in
;n  Council' for the approval qf a certain
construction* of  wharves
the
contract
is
of
an area oi
shown
the
and
accepted    the  tne   rroSection"'<*   Township 39.
"""'.. ....���., ,.[ 640 acres more or
on  plan of survey   sign**\Vf 1�� - ('8)>  _ro���p Uvo  tf)  in the
on
Fraser      liver,      situate      on
foreshore   of   blocks   "A." "B,
"C." being portion^ of lots seven  (7)
D.  L.  8., surv��
amo,��" of the contract.
,)a district of New Westminster and province of  British Columbia, have    de-
the  Honorable the Min
the
Th
8ar.lv
The
"���west or any tender not neees-
accepted.
'  unauthoriied Insertion of this
m be Paid tor
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Md.
"THE   ROYAL LINE."
'"''���"���semflttt in any newspaper will
price,
first year
D.  McLRAN.
Secretary.
Wfortment of Indian Affairs,
,Ua*a. October 26, 101(1.
TENDERS.
The conditions of Wjent ra te or , dep08,ted
ntat. etc.. are contained in the TU*i Qf
"Regulations, a copy of which may
ren
Sectetal-y.
tli, 1910.
Ottawa, October U
The a    D  TENDBB8   addressed to
Mtalr��eCntary' Deliartmcnt of Indian
s   Ottawa,  and  marked  on  the.��� mcTBiCT RANGE 2.
a��P�� "Tenders for Carcross Board-';COAST LAND DISTRICT
will
eti\
��o.n p'"0'."  will  be  received  nj>  io
Jin o    >r."ary 2e- 19U- f��r l����e erec
U[ a frame boarding school build-! Dick
.,     ,i,���i l  William Robert
Take notice that I, 'wi'"^      tlon
of Vancouver,  B.C., ocmv����v
posited  with
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
a duplicate of each in the
the registrar of deeds for
District of NeV Westminster, in
which district the said works are proposed to be constructed, in accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of
the "Navigable Waters Protection
Act," chapter 115 of the Revised
Statutes of Canada. 1906.
WHITESIDE A EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Fraser River Tannery,
Limited.
Dated at th* City of. New Westmln-
���Ur tbla 27th i-T ot October, 1910,
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Halifax:
"Royal Edward"   Dec. 7
"Royal   George"    Dec.   14
"Royal Edward"   Dec. 28
And Fortnightly thereafter.
Factory Started to Manufacture   Precious   Metal.
London,  Nov.  28.���Radium   is   now
heing produced   in appreciable   quantities in the east end of London.
This announcement, wliich will
arouse Interest In the scientific world,
was made by Sir William Ramsay,
who had the satisfaction of showing
to a party at the radium party established in Thomas street, Limehouse.
i by tbe St. Ives Consolidated mines, a
sample of the precious mineral, which
had been manufactured on the spot.
The factory at Limehouse was erected   for  the  manufacture   of   radium
'on a commercial basis, and no stale-
1 ment had been made as to tbe results
of the enterprise until now.    Cp to
Ithe present  B5O0 milligrammes of 10
per cent radium lor 550 milligrammes
of pine radium)  have been produced.
Arthur Schiff, a director of the company.  Informed  a   reporter  thai   they
I proposed to put this amount upon tho
market In the course of a day or two.
He  thought   it  would, fetch  anything
from $50,000 to  $100000.    "We shall
try to keep  It   In  this country,"   he
added.
At present the taditim is being stor-
e.l in a specially constructed safe
lined with lead aqd asbestos, and remarkable precautions are taken to Insure its safety.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bunk Deportment���Deposit*
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest nllowe! at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present r.ite).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwheeler
I
S. S. PAYSTREAK
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 Main
street, Winnipeg.
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SAYS  SEASONS  AFFECT  CRIME
IT PAYS TO ADVERTI8E
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JJ     THE DAILY NEWS.
London, Nov. 28.���Sir John Mitchell; one of the masters of the supreme court, made an interesting
statement In an address at University
college.
"Although the weather cannot be
always safely predicted," he said,
"statisticians can always tell what
will be the number of Indictable offenses committed ln any given period.
"There ls always one marked class
of crime In winter and another In the
summer, and suicide always takes Its
regular curves, culminating at midsummer."
Leaves Urackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri,
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., LW.
New Westminster.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phttnt NT.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29
City News
"Ole    Olson."
dialect  comedy.
Polish Your Furniture 1
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and bt'in. s oul natural beauty ot
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
Unish. to which flirt and dusi will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is thuti auy 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 Wax is
for all dancing Moors.
You can get Johnson's free book, "The
a   Proper Treatment (or Floors, Woodwork
���   and t'uruituie"ahdthebepreparaiioi>sot
J 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.
token  nf appreciation on  the ove ori
a  Swedish-American  Ml.   MeFee's departure from this city,!
will be    seen at   the  \H, h:ivinj. elected to take up hls resi-j
opera house on Friday. jdence in  .North  Vancouver, where lie |
will   be  employed   by    the     li. in    < f
McDougall �� Jenkins.   The gifts were
accompanied by appropriate speeches
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ to  which  Mr.  McKee responded  I    a
Mrs. Fred Clarke ahd her daughter j happy vein.
are in the city, the guests of Mrs. C
A. Sutherland, 507 Agnes street.
Ladies, have you seen .those
black velvel button boots at
clalr's ?
new
Sin-
**
Now is the time to pet spring
flowering bulbs fronj Davies. the Florist.    Fl-.oae R208. **
Millinery���Miss Dave/, ladies' andj
children's practical milliner, -111 Sixth
street, near Fourth avenue. Hats and
bonnets renovated and remodeled
Ladies' own materials made up.
| Charges moderate, **
We have just received a select
line of Sheffield cased
Carving
Sets
A   number   of   seamen   from   II.   M. ! ^^^M
C S Rainbow were here yesterday. A contract for the erection of an
but it was not ascertained that they apartment and business block on
were Considering the possibilby of Eighth street, between Sixth and
bringing the vesBel Into the .harbor.     i Eighth avenues, at    an   approximate
I cost of $7000, litis been let to 11.  M.
See the "Cowboys and Indians" at Marshall by A. Hardman. The apart-
"Double Cross Ranch," special at the ments will be laid out in suites for
Crystal  theatre tonight. **     [light   housekeeping.'    E.   W,   Sail     is
; the architect of the building,   while
A Bpeclal meeting of the city coun-  (,|(i plumbIng   etc    wl]
cil will he held this evening ut seven   b    A   Hardman & Co.
thirty,   when   Ur.   Spencer   will    ex--
be laid dots a
potin.l the Scott act to the members.
It  will probably be a dry affair.
Sinclair's reduced  prices at big re-
Tbe funeral of the late Mrs. Moore,
of Port Moody, took place on Sunday
afternoon, funeral services being con-
|ducted tit St.  Mary's church, Sapper-
moval sale are so far reaching that'ton.  by  the  rector  of the    Anglic, n
the famous Doctor Special wa.terpi\of Ichurch, Port Moody.   The pall bearers
Roger Bros. 1S47, Knives and
Forks. Tea. Desert, and Table
Spoons. Just tbe tiling for a
nice Christmas present.
On account of heing crowded
for space we are going to sell
our Aluminum Ware At COST.
It will not tarnish or chip. The
most sanitary kitchen ware t.u
the market.
H
James &
McClugh
Cor. Sixth and
Front Sts.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone  Heating and  Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
GET
Cadbiiry'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.
shoe gets the knife.   Sinclair.       **
The plumbing business formerly
operated by the Vanstone company
has been purchased by Plumbing Inspector Mahoney, who will resign his
official position in consequence.
Sinclair's big sale has been a hummer. Why shouldn't it be. when every
shoe in the store is reduced ?        **
Adam S. Johnston, on behalf of W.
Norman Hole, K.C, appeared for the
plaintiff in the case against Traete,
the Port Mann foreman fined on Saturday  for assaulting  Mr.   Bradlez.
\
If you cannott attend our big sale in
the day time, 'remember we are open
evenings.   Sinclair. **
For stealing a cheque from W. H.
Ranson at Sumas, recently, B. Freeman was yesterday sentenced to six
months' imprisonment, justice being
meted out by Judge Howay in the
county court.
Remember we are compelled to va-1
cate by the 31st day    of    December, i
Kvery shoe is reduced.    Tiiis is your
chance.    Sinclair's. **
j The electric lighting scheme ap-
I proved by the city council last night'
Includes twenty-eight arc lights,
twelve 100 candie power lamps, and
four :;. candle power lamps. In various parts of tbe city.
Men's ox blood Goodyear welt shoes.
regular price $6.50, removal sale price
$4.75 at Sinclair's. **
Two salary increases were granted
at the council meeting last night. Kd-
ward Hoult, the janitor, will receive
$5 per month more than formerly,
while the treasurer's assistant will be ;
raised to the tune of $10 per.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R ilOS *���
The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
1". wlll be held at the home of Mrs.
Hacking, 66 Sixth street, at eight
o'clock tbis evening. Refreshments
will be served and a collection taken
up.
St. Andrew's dance, November 30,
in the Odd Fellows' hall. Tickets from
committee of tbe Sons of Scotland or
at the door. Gentlemen 75 cents,
ladies free. **
George Marshall, at rested a few t
days ago at Hope for wounding an
Indian woman, came up for election
yesterday morning and expressed his
preference for a speedy trial. Tl.e
case will be heard on December 12.
Sheriff's sale at Steed fc Hewlett's
bakery. Columbia street, Sapperton,
on Tuesday, November 29, at two
o'clock p.m., of bake oven and equipment, flour, scales, show cases, counters, shelving, horse and delivery
wagon, etc. **
A number of the employees of the
Vulcan Boiler works waited on Andrew McFee, their late foreman, at his
residence. Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street, yesterday evening and
presented bim with a clock, Mrs. McFee being given a silver cake dish.
The   presentation   was     made  as     a
were R. \V. Ledgerwood, P. I). Roe, R,
Abernethy. K. Bowles, A. MacGowan
and \Y. Taylor.
The Public
Supply Stares
C.m*S-*-r*p
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 particu,
larly 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
fire selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look tbem
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Some Good Buys II
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��� Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School        | j
��� Price $850.00, Terms \\
$ Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Tenni "'
* 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: j
Ladies9 Leather Handbags
direct from the
Manufacturer *
'he
values presented in our new Xmas showing of Ladies' Handbags demonstrate the advisability of purchasing ai headquarters.
Belter values have .ever been offered in New Westminster. Styles
are the very newest featured in everyday use in the large fashion
centers,    lt is impossible to discribe each individual style, but  we in-
you to inspect today's opening of Handbags. Vou can choose.
;.ldl" .���    $1.00   to   |11.78
vita
SILK
LINED  KID
GLOVES
$1.75
ner
Two Btyli
Pair
warm comfortX'" "' "'ese
Bilk lined evei
tips.
    Klu\,
Heaped  N.
French   :t��� .
S3 " '
-hades     of ,
brown, and l
to :.,. pe, , M*
Taffeta
Silk
Underskirts
Tbo new "Klos-fn" underskirts,
so necessary with the piesent
styles of dreSS, are proving immensely popular, They at''
made witli clasp and eyelets at
the hack of the waistband,
wllich allows it to be adjusted
to any size desirable, leaving
no BUperflOUS fullness. Tliey
tiro shown in turquoise, brown,
navy, hlack 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.
Children9 s
Sleeping
Suits
75c.
each
A full 7-nnge of sii'.es now to lie
had in the Unde/wear Section.
Made of heavy fleece dome: in
one pieee with feet attached.
All rises.    Bach  '.. .75c.
Padded Silk
Kimonas
Women's  and   Children's   Padded      Japanese     Silk      Kinriuas,
handsomely    embroidered, with
fatfey euiis and  pockets,   thick
sill,   COI d   al    WaiSl :     slmwii    In
shades of sky,   na\\.   cardinal
and     shell     pink.      Children's
sives 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.
KERSEY cloth
COAlINGS
$1*50 to $2.00 yard
Cloths  pa tlcul
for making up i���,��� /,,. ,
coats    Thi
finish heat     i
In    nice    .,;,,:,
green,  brown
and     dark
wine,  etc     pi
to    	
gre\
$1.50
$2.00
Slumber
Socks
made of c.alt fleece, ln all colors.    Per  pMr    50c.
Plush
Waists
similar   to   s  Nazareth   waist;
heavier     and     warmer.     All
si/es        35c.
I
I
HEAVY BLANKET
COATING
$1.50  to 1.75 yard
Very heavy. 54   Inch   all
wool  blanket  cloth   suitable
for  men's   smoking  j     , ���
Shown in plain, dark red at
$1.50 per yard, an I in
navy plaid at, pei yard $1.75
THE   CHRISTMAS
SHOWING OF
NECKWEAR
grows larger   dai     -,- d;iy.
K\ ei y da)  brini
neckwear. Alread
ing  affords  a  large  variety
from  which to i   Xmas
���ins.     Bi    ���' d an I
seis,     shawl     co!
scarves,  knitted
throws,    maral ;
Dresden collart     n      lace
jabots     and     collars,    lin*-n
Collars, etc.    Manj
are  sold  in  ltidlvl
of .(.tractive appi 0
prli es, each 25c to $10.00
NEW DRESS
TRIMMINGS
A moti';     the trim
mings to I and   an   I
wide black Bilk ���
oi ed    band    bral Is,
cord braids, bro      a
white      an.l
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SEND TOUR ORDERS TO
TO BK CLEANED AND DYED
UT THK NEW AM) PERFECT PROCESS.
Wc have wide experience in
Cleaning and Dying.
Machinery and skilled work
people, in facl we have every
facility at band to give you the
BEST WORK FOK THE
LEAST MONEY.
Gowns    and    Costumes, Gents'
Suits, Gloves, etc.
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia 8t.
*r t
Wagon wttl call for and deliver
goods.
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1SSftEgg FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
**
I	
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner eleventh and Cerllne.
PHONE 473
LYNE'S
Mew and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
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All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY  NEW.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street       -        -        New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW5
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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