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 DEC    D19I0
Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & C
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
ME 5. NUMBBR 2(10.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER S, 1!U0.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
U$t B.C.EX BONUS   HAND SLIDE HURLS
I BE PAINN FRIDAY!     ENGINE INTO LAKE
jaployees Will Receive $57.- Moving Mass Strikes Loco-
31 Apiece This Year-To- motive of Passenger Train
^1 of Gift is $60,000. Coming to Vancouver.
.1111111*1 ���*
-. ... u. em-
r n<- protii sharing Bya
n  announced    by    cable
WD "
London. This y&ir li amounts to
m .,���,! tin' amount  of Individual
11, there being over   a \
���for mWatw-\
Iron'
do. If if *���
L��tnd employees entitled to share
0*lni: i" the fact that the declare-
Ii,.,.ii  made later than  usual
Manager Sperling has . de
dor, te��
tin- f**
jUled to make payment  immediate!;.
ty\:y.i ''I
Ittle, Dec, 8.���The Northern Pa.
ciflc train No, 343, hound fur Vancou-
'���"' from Seattle, narrowly escaped
being swept into bake Washington by
a landslide flve hundred feet long ves-
terdaj afternoon, the accident hap
penlng sixteen miles from this city,
fhe engine was can. ht  in the slide
and hurled into the lake, where it now
lh' hall i ubmerged, No one was hurt.
Englneei E, A. Long noticed the
Billing mass when the train was onlv
���'i lev. vards away, ile Immediately
se' the air drakes and shouted to tlie
flreman to Jump, Beeklng safetj at the
same time   The slide tore the engine
PAY A5-Y0U-ENTER STREET MS
Enraged at Inconvenience of Innovation, Mob Surges from
Massey Hall and Smashes Eleven Cars to Pieces
���Police Powerless���Eighteen Men Hurt
,  has appointed tomorrow a special   loose from the train, which then came
to ;i standstill of It* own accord.
for this purpose.
hi attaches to this news
payJ;1'
genu- Interest
,1 the fact that thin Ih the
m iccount
lut occasion on which such a bonus
-m be paid, al least for some years,
u me profit sharing system was
,bai. nil'-'! last June on account of the
Uglier wage  schedule   agreed   to  by
SCENTED TOBACCO
HELD   DANGEROUS
London, Dee. 7.���"We may as well
Inquire on what ground the great hulk
of the tobacco smoked by the people
is scented," asks the l.nncei.    Foreign
flavors ure present, it declares, Bome-
,, om|;'i:    with the consent of the times in nauseating excess, antl    the
i        ,���,nn fragrance oi  pure, honest tobacco   ls
I ***" un|0"                                           ' to most smokers a memory
The system of paying a bonus was A   viIiH,(,d  puMj(.  ^ .. ^    ^
Inaugurated In 1902, mulaly at the in- the cause ol the scenting of the we'd,
j,,. ���  : ol      lluntzen, then In charge 'quickly  invites had  trade practices'
j,'-,    mpany'a operations
Toronto, Dec k ���a riot remarkable
for the spontaneous manner In which
it broke out and the fierceness with
which li raged culminated In eighteen
men being hurt and eleven street cars
"i the Toronto street railway being
wrecked and the windows of one hundred others being smashed.
For over an hour a surging mob of
over two thousand people blocked the
main thoroughfares and demolished
even   street   car as it  came along.
The riot followed a mass meeting
held in Massey hall, where bitter
SmoplalntB against, the methods of
the stieet railway company were
registered by tbe speakers.
The trouble bad its Inception two
weeks ago, when pay-as-you-entei cars
were placed on all the lines. The
complaint was made from the start
that tlie cars were not adapted to
tlie system and that the passengers
were greatly Inconvenienced by tlie
Innovation.
When It was seen that the outcry
against tlie pay-as you-euter cars did
not cease after tliey    hud    been    ln
o'clock the meeting broke up in wild
disorder, and In a moment the huge
crowd became a seething mob, bent
on mischief. Surging out of the hall,
the crowd stopped the llrst street car
that came along and in flve minutes
hud reduced It to a scrap heap.
The thirst for vengeance against
the railway company, once aroused,
could not be controlled. As soon as
another car hove in sight, it was
pounced upon and broken to pieces,
Cai after car was demolished in
little time.
Mayor Geary and other officials
pleaded in vain with the wreckers to
control themselves.
The police reserves were summoned, but as they were outnumbered
fifty to one, In spite of all efforts the
work of destruction went on for over
an hour, all cars on King and Yongp
streets heing attacked. All possible
consideration was shown to passengers, who were requested to alight he-
fore attempts to demolish tlie cars
were started.
Finally the order was given to stop
GOVERNMENT CURBS
ABUSE Of LICENSES
FOURTEEN SEATS
DIVIDE PARTIES
Former Privileges Granted
By Permits to Prospect
For Coal Now Curtailed.
Victoria, Dec. 7.���By a new ruling
of the provincial department of lands
which obtained endorsement hy the
executive at Its meeting, a controversy of long standing and involving
very considerable financial interests
lias been made an enl of. This was
with regard to the policy adopted by
persons operating under coal prospecting licenses of taking up surface
lights under these licenses in reserved areas to the detriment, of tho
Interests of bona fide pre-emptors.
The abuse of coal    prospecting    11-
Unionists Capture Cardiff,
��� Government Pleased
with London Returns.
London,   Dec.  8.���At  the  close    of
yesterday's polling,    the    standing of
j the parties was:
Government coalition ��� Liberals,
| 123; Irish Nationalists, 38; Laborites,
: 23;   total,  184.
Opposition���Unionists, 170.
Majority   In  favor    of    government
coalition,  14.
The Unionists gained six seats and
lost two in yesterday's pollings.
The total gains to date are: Union-
sists, 18; government coalition, Liberals, 11;   laborites, 4.
The  O'Brien  faction   of    the     Irish
cense privileges ln the purchase of
lands which it was the intention of . Party has made five gains,
the government to reserve against all Cardiff, Wales, went. Unionist yes-
save actual pre-emptors developed : terday for the first time In a quarter
serious proportions on Graham island,! ��f ����� century. This was due in a
where approximately one-sixth of the! sreat measure to the popularity or
entire area ot the island on the east-: Lord Criehton-Stuart, who turned a
ern and northern coast was' thus Liberal majority of 115 at the last,
taken up, to the exclusion of many \ election into a minority of 200. The
legitimate homeseekers, if reports are i Unionist victory means the retirement.
at the
m|| and now a director in London.
2 ihe basil on which it was paid
JZjlt follows: After a dividend of
i, . ,ii on the common stock
���Hhf company was provided fur, one
Uini ol thi balanoe was set aside as
��� land ie be distributed eo.ualij
Ml ..' employees who had been
(jtijiioiish in the service from July
(:��� :   seeding  that   in  which
(ktonus was  declared
8s. tlie adoption  of  the  system
fc (allowing   amounts   bave    been
ulc .i    *.:.. 1004, $35; lour,, 140:
m,Ut    '"'..   jn:'.:    ions,   |66.78; :
1.IJK.1I    1810, 158.71.
lit decrease    in    the    individual
a..."        iii; the last two years is
'-.:.     the  largely  increased staff,
njjmmint  lor distribution    having;
Bra--,  thli   war 114,000 over last.
in which case so long as a smoker
gets the scent he likes it matt'-rs little
what qualities the tobacco may be.
Depraved taste may be traced, the
Lancet thinks, to the action of the
trade in the first instance. "Tlie matter is one of some importance because
B consideration of it naturally suggests the possibility of foreign materials in tobacco which may give additional risks to tbe smoking habit.
Large quantities of foreign scents, besides, oils, glycerine, formaldehyde or
other   preservatives   are   added   to
tobacco.     Our   view   is  that   it   would
be better if the tobacco manufacturer!
kepi   no account with  tlie dry  saliei
and chemist."
operation a few days,_ as had heen ! running cars in the down town dis-
predicted by the company, hut that! trlct, and with the supply of material
complaints, both in writing and de- on which to wreak their vengeance
llvered personally, became more and | cut off, the mob was forced to dis-
more numerous. Mayor Geary and the ' perse.
I board of control decided to call aj At 1'J:.10 a.m. the streets were again
l public meeting for last night, when quiet and service was resumed
| representatives of the company   were i through the main streets.
Invited   to  attend  and  offer  any  ex-!     The opposition to    the    pay-as-you-
; planatlon they choose. ' enter ears was not the only grievance
Direct complaints were soon follow-1 against the company, as much resent-
��� ed by  fierce denunciations, the audi-' ment   has been felt at an order pro-
! ence  applauding   the   vitriolic   speak- i htbiting smoking    which    went
I ers almost  with    frenzy.    At    eleven! force onlv a few davs ago.
i ' '
to be believed.
By the new ruling it has heen decided that licensees are not to he
entitled to purchase any greater portion of the surface rights than may
be by the chief commissioner decided to he actually required by them
from politics of V. A. Thomas, an old
Liberal parliamentarian-.
A bigger surprise even than Cardiff
is the capture of Plymouth by Waldorf Astor and Mr. Benn, who made
a splendid team, defeating John
Burns' old running mate in Battersea,
in the prosecution of legitimate min-1 C. B. Mallet, who is also the first min
ing operutions.
Another important decision in    the
lands department ratified by the executive today deals with tlie question
of foreshore along the eastern side of
the   Esquimau  and   Nanaimo  railway
: plant.    Some two years or more ago
!a number of applications, upwards of
I fifty, were received for coal prospecting   licenses  in   this   foreshore    strip.
ANNUAL RALLY.
ENGLISH HOUSES TO    jMANCHURIA HAS
START BRANCHES HERE
R. T. ol
Oi HENRY GEORGE
1 \\ CARNEOIE LIBRARY i=
Would-be Students of Single Tax Proposition  Find   no  Literature  on
Subject   n Temple of Learning.
T. Members. Ninety Strong,
Answer Roll Call.
The  New   Westminster  council   of
the   Koyal   Templars   of    Temperance
held   their   annual   rally   in   the   Oi\<\
Fellows' hall last evening, v hen ah. u:
ety members    answered    the   roll
In  addilion  there  were  pri   I
about   fifty  members   from  the  M     nl
Pleasant   council   No.    16,  Vane.      ,. .
including Grand    Councillor    .1 on
Hogg, the head of the order in British
Columbia. Select Councillor K. \Y.
Haggman was in tlie chair.
Brother Hogg made Hie opening address, in which he touched lightly on
objects of the order. A musical and
elocutionary program was provided by
after which re
freshments were served and an en
Joyable evening came to a conclusion.
FIRST PARTY COMES OUT
FROM FROZEN NORTH! AMI
Five  Hundred  People  Moving to Outside This Winter���Iditarod Gold
Dispatched  by  Dog Sled .
Seward, Alaska, Dec 7.- A partj of
seven persons, Including one woman,
the first to come oul over the winter
trail    arrived   here   todav     from     the
Innoke  and  idltnrod  dIMiicis.  having
mnde the trip in nineteen days, actual
travelling time,
Members of the party report
****, ire than five hundrei
coming ""i over tbe tra
1    hundred    thousand
Wholesale Establishments
Will Have Distributing
Centres in Each Province
ister of the government to    be   defeated.
The Unionists are hugely delighted
at these gains.
The Liberals find comfort, however.
in the manner in  Which  they    have
secured votes in    London     Stepney,
which went Unionist last January, has
returned   to   the   Liberal   fold,   while
i the   Laborites  have  made  gains     In
into 1 These wevfe   -suspended,   the   depart-   B��w and Bromley, the latter seat hav-
| mem   noi being prepared at the time   inK   neen   captured  by   George  Lans-
���~  to take action in the mailer.    Follow    bury,  an   avowed   Socialist,  who  waa
ling   this,  about   October   21,  1909,     alJSi'Ven some support, by  Lloyd George,
re.erve was placed on this foreshore      Four    coalition    gains    have    been
from the head of Saanich inlet to the1���11*1? in *he metropolis, against   two
fiftieth parallel of north latitude, ap- lesses.
AllTnnril/    AH   l\l IfllCI proximately the northern boundarv of i     Tbe election  in  Cork resulted    in
111   IKnl Ah   III     Pi Mllll lthe ���ilwav belt and this reserve still | William O'Brien and Maurice Healey,
UUIUHLnH   VM     1 LriVIWL   muin,ains. while the matter of license   of the "All Ireland" party,    defeating
applications has remained in abeyance' John Redmond and his running mate
until now. The executive yesterday; b.v substantial majorities���638 and
decided  to proceed  with  all  applies-1 �����**
tions in connection with lands legally Sixty-four members were voted for
staked on or before the date of   the   yesterday, thirty-six resrilts being an-
Surgeons Rushed to Infected
Districts -Export of Foodstuffs Prohibited.
declaration of the reserve.
Winnipeg. Hee. 7.���Information was
Harbin,    Dec.
-The    authorities
There i    i dearth of Henry George
(feature in this city.    Now that the  t]l0 fraternal w-���������������
Pat problem of single tax has    be-'
��me a :  ���  issue with almost every-
����� in New  Westminster on account
Ithe partial approval oi the Bystem
��� the city council, there haw been
B&iv Inq lea al the Carnegie library
BtUterature bearing ou the subject
"Progresi and Poverty," Qeorge'a
tffun-K work, and the one in which
l��et forth the single tax proposition, cum. ��� be obtained at the
library, not because there art BO
?"!' readers that the book is never
'". but because the book has never
b��en thi i,
Alderman Welsh, who introduced
paieasure which the council passed
*t a tecem meeting, is not a socialist I
��0d the measure lie proposed could |
baldly |l(. called a socialist measure.
"eDr.v Qeorge was the socialist of
""��� and    his    proposal  had all
��� '       rl a of a socialist scheme.
'���"     i      ; lea  was  to  tax  the  lan I-
��� : ��� klstence���to start us the
��� .   council proposes tO stall,
f **���*���-**] Lil .; all Improvements   and
"g the land only for tbe revenue
J/;"i   Hut his idea did not stop at bringing   severs
a!   According to him the holder of .dollars In bullion wl     I hem
^'���*���**. was not entitled to ihe   in-     Beveral consignments_ol
^  value of the  land.    That   IS,   tl.e Iditarod to Sea, le bank    hai
Sjop the practical nP^tta  read,-been ^^J^ j3
'*''*: ui.,,,, tied increment, thus mak-, llie H..H is in uui
lne �� of uo value to a  man io hold i time can he made. ___
F��Pertl   tor a  rise in  value.     Bv  Hum
'""easing taxation and the Increasing
'"'j1' In land, the laud holder would
.,llle course of time have to abandon
Ws pre
given out this evening that the board [are  hurrying  surgeons  to  Manchuria
from Siberia to fight the plague.
The Chinese have been warned thai
restriction will be placed on the sending of wheat and beans to the central
market.
It is feared the trade of the whole
country will he suspended for weeks
and perhaps months.
CENTENARIAN    FILES
FOR   A    HOMESTEAD
of trade had received word that several of the largest wholesale houses
in Lnglund had banded together for
the purpose of establishing a distributing centre In each province of
Canada.
The concern will he capitalized at
a quarter of a million pounds ($126,-
000)i
A train nf ten coaches will be
made up at Montreal and sent through
to Vancouver in charge of experts
who will explain tlie nature rf the
exhibits  on  board.
BAD  FIRE   IN   WINNIPEG.
MAINTENANCE  OF  WAY   MEN.
With   Mercury   Sixteen   Below,   Blaze
Does $250,000 Damage.
Winnipeg, Dee. 7.���The Rat Portage
Lumber company's  big mill, situated j
i at St. Boniface, across the river from
here, was destroyed by fire early this
morning, the loss being a quarter of
I a million dollars.    The fire spread to
the Arctic Ice company, and a string
Saskatoon, Dec. 7.���On Wednesday j the polling.
Louis Carpenter, aged 10:; years, applied for a homestead at the local
land office. He is strong and vigorous nnd anxious to procure a preemption as well. The oil man hopes
to he ahle to prove up. This constitutes a record for the Saskatoon land
office, and is probably a record that
any other office in the Dominion will
find hard to beat. It is doubtful if a
centenarian has ever before attempted to file on land in the Dominicfn.
nounced. Tlie remainder are in the;
country nnd the scattered polling stations will not get their returns in until late this morning.
In   Limerick,   Ireland,   feeling   ran
too  high   ta  announce  the  result  of
Conciliation Board Considering De
mands of C. P. R. Employees.
Montreal, Dec. 7.���The latest de
mand against the C. 1'. R. on the part ot storehouses along the river.
of employees has been made by its .\t e]eVen o'clock tlie fire was be-
malbtenance of way men, who are iipved to he under control. The iron
applying ter better pay, shorter hours s|leathed sides of the Arctic Ice com-
and a more liberal interpretation of ,,.iny storehouses saved these build-
rules. The matter has been referred |nys rrom destruction, but the Ice
to the conciliation board consisting of ,,, mpMny lost their power plant. The
Judge McGlbbon as chairman, !���'. HjUat Portage company lost their saw
McQulgan, representing the company, n,in. planing mill, dry kiln with valu-
LOW MURMUR OF UNREST
SURGES FROM SAPPERTON
that
people     aie
thli winter,
if nold  from
MOTOR TRUCK.
Up-to-Date
item.
A  three-ton motor truck,
De
shot, in his pro-
unearned Increment comes
eiiticistii and no Increased
His idea is solely lo make
Gilley  Bros, to
livery System.
for    de-
���...     1M| heen ordered by
QilleV  Bros, from  a  firm Of manufa,
I'nlted  States, and  all
1   |K.   in   operation     by
,rlly thereafter.    The
somewhat    of   the
Vancouver wimie-
and  W   .1.  T.  Lee, of Toronto, for the
men.
The board met here yesterday 00
consider the application, and beard
��� lol of evidence from representatives
of the men and the company Th��
application means a good deal to tlie
company, as they have several llious
amis of men on maintenance of way
work throughout the country.
tureis   In   lhe
being well w
Christmas or sb<
new truck  will  hist vie   operated   b.V
, nnd will be nsed for haul-
have to
Party,   which   would   then   he-
rmc the property of the state. When
,,hl' land was    thus    absorbed    a
'1|'11''  Btate would bo the result.
'llls   is    not    Alderman    Welsh's
cnk'��* by a long
tosal the
'���> 'or no
Ration.
wj.0,dw ot vacant "land" pay for hielaale honssa
E^JHa;   to  encourage   the    owner   lng coal, cement, etc.
J��<Hs the best he can to improve!     This  move   s  in  H
*��.-,>��� and to    discourage    th.  W-g^J* vehicle*
C^S*. there are no indications' ptart horses entJrfly mJ   a j
g����|"Ingle tax agitation will   be  andiporfMy "   > a tnirk of a
*c ���* feature of the coming   cam-  crushed roCK.ioi��� required.
k �������� - Almost everyone  seems  tb  dlSeTent to^gj *,����� ciiw will
favor of it. it. is certain that     While tte n cn ^.^ my
0        '"il  be some  explanation    and   be "f^fj^   pl���vided  the road
r> "ii the subject, before It finally ! K''a(|r '"
nature  of an
nccessfnl,   H is
will   re-
VON  STEUBEN  STATUE
UNVEILED IN WASHINGTON
Washington, Dec. 7���Another at 'tue
erected in honor of a distinguished
foreign soldier who helped bring success to American arms in the revolution, was unveiled today and now
the figure of Baron von Steuben fills
the last of the four corners in La
Fayette square facing the White
House. At the other three corners
stand the heroic bronze- figures
Lafayette, Rochamhau and Koscius
. ko.
nble stock, box factory    and    engine
house.
Bight} patients in St. Boniface hospital, two hundred feet from the Bre,
were removed at T> a.m. to another Institution in safety.
The thermometer vvas sixteen below
zero during the fire.
Tis
CHRISTMAS TRAFFIC TO
ENGLAND fill BE BEAVl
Many Old Country People Will Spend
Festive   Season   at   Home���No
"Coronation Rates" in 1911.
Population of Texas.
Washington. Dec. 7���The population of Texas is 3,896,642, according to
statistics of the thirteenth census issued today hy the census bureau.
This is an Increase of 847,882, or Tt.S
per cent, over 8,048/710 in 1900. The
increase from 1890 to 1900 was 813,-
10S, or 3(1.4 per eent.
of
U. S. Navy Commander Dead.
Washington,   Dec.   7.���Commander
Robert Piatt, fl. S. N., (retired) died
at his home here late today.
Reid Gives Address.
Birmingham, Eng., Dec. 7.���Ambassador anl Mrs. Wliltelavv Reid, were
the guests tonight of Sir Oliver J.
Lodge, principal of the University of
Birmingham. , Mr. Reid delivered an
address on Lincoln, which was concluded hy the university course cn
"Makers of History."
Said   Quentin     McGill,    Stalwart
Aspirant  for  Seat  cf  Solon,
Pleaseth Not All  Parties.
There are rumors of war from Sapperton, and the solid suburb is said to
be split by internecine strife, ln
Other words, the solemn conclave
which recently nominated Quehtin
Mcllill as candidate for a seat in the
council with the expressed and avowed intention of avoiding the mistakes
of multiplicity penetrate! in previous
veins, Is about to be set at naught
and rendered Ineffective, and otherwise nullified, if all ic.oits ate to
be taken seriously.
It is said that the fi lends ef one
of the unsuccessful nominees liave
arisen, girded on their armor, ancl
sharpened their lawn-movers Into offensive weapons, with the object ot
placing their favorite in the forefront
of battle, willy-nilly and despite vox
populi as represented at the gathering in Johnson hall lust week.
It is also said (Oh, noncommittal introductory !) that the labor interests
are not quite satisfied with the views,
opinions and other qualifications of
the people's choice, whom they have
been asked to support, and will short-
That    passenger    traffic    will    he-
rather heavy  this  Christmas  is    the-
opinion of Agent E. Goulet.   Already
an unusually large number of travellers have started on theli- way to eele- |
btate the season of peace and goodwill in the old land beyond the sea,
anl bookings for the next few days
are numerous.   The indications   also
point to a considerable    exodus    for
eastern points before the twenty-fifth.
As In former years the   only special
rates in effect will   be   to what,   aro
known as local points, that is to say,
as  far  east  as  Calgary.    These   vvfTT
go Into  effect  on   December  22,  and
tickets wlll he good  for return until
January  5.    The annual    rumors    or
cheap tickets to  Eastern and    trans-
Atlantic  destinations are  In the air,
but they have no foundation, in ���net.
While on the subject of rumors, Mr.
Goulet was nsked as to the source of
a story that a special excursion woulil
be run to England next summer    enr,
account of the King's coronation, the
rate for the round    trip    on    wliich'
would he $180, part of this sum heing
refunded on the passenger's return te>
the coast.    The reply  wr.s  that    no
official announcement had been made,,
that the G. P. A. In Vancouver knew
b�� in
the,,.
hf
"m,,, |a���
of j - -aw and the addition of some ,
ot .*nry George's works to the mass'
��oilduture ln   the   P>lhlic   lib""*
i.   good, on mu
,t   present   too
and  it  will  be
nv  of the streets are,
soft, to admit of this,
necessary   to    reply
cf
the
;,.
acceptable to  a  large part
on the more
I antiquated mode of con-
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Forest Fires. ���
Mount Pleasant, Texas, Dec. ���
7_One thousand citizens and ���
farmers are battling with a "*"
forest flre ln the Sulphur river
hottoms, according to advices
received here today.
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Trouble In  Honduras.
Puerto     Cortez,    Honduras,
��� Dee. 7.���Via wireless to   New
��� Orleans���In anticipation  of   a
��� revolutionary attack this   city
��� is entrenched and heavily gar-
��� rlsoned by government troops.
��� The authorities   are   moment-
��� arily expecting an attack.
ly hold a meeting to state their attl-1 nothing of the project, and  that the
story was absurd on the face of it.
Far from making any reduction o��
summer ttavel, the steamship companies have hard work to supply the
demand that ls made for accommodation.. Already many of the boats sailing from Montreal ln the spring are
completely booked, and even as far
ahead as June cabins have been marked off for Intending tourists. Under
tlie circumstances it ia, to say the
least of it, unlikely that any reduction
will be male.
No special increase In freight traffic
Is expected on account of the season,
as Westminster Is too far from the
main shipping ��entree, and Christum*
tude  in  the  matter  to  as  many   us
they shall find.
But the worst Is yet to come. Vague
stirrings of unrest are manifested ln
yet other quarters, and a low muttering sound, which cannot be blamed on
the Brunette in flood, Is heard In the
land. Sapperton was ever famous for
the lavishness of Its aldermanic candidates, and lf McGill is not to be
backed by tho upbroken array of
spears, sliall lt then he said that prolific Sapperton produced but two candidates in 1911 ? No. bv St. H'dde of
Bothwell, no! And so the pack may
be loosed, and then���. But imaginations reels before the spectacle.
I    Cheer up; it may not be true.
I shipments am Bade early..
reading and tax-paying public.' veyance.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  DECEMBER 8,
1910.
WANTED���BY MARRIED COUPLE,
furnished housekeeping rooms. Appi)  P. O. Box 24S.
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write fire insurance in the district;
only good pioducer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
lie forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 605
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, B. C.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved. with buildings, ln the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, (>;: Hastings street east.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
DON'T overlook the opportunity to
Make money in New Westminster's
best residential district. Get in before tlie raise in values. White.
Shiles & Co. have some extra good
buys in this locality, which it will
pay you to investigate.
MOVINIi PICTURE THEATRE
CRITICIZED IN TORONTO
NINE choice lots on Seventh avenue
west, near the new B. C. Electric
cut off at $526.00 each, on easy
terms. These will advance rapidly
in price as soon as tlie work is completed.
MODERN homes in all parts of th;
City for sale on easy terms.
F0DND_A SLUE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains
lu-uises for either man
without operation or
application of herbs. ^_. , . ..
at anv time free of charge with K
Greyell. 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
and
or    beast,
chemicals, by
A consultation
^^^^^ SNAP, N
N.  W.  U  Sec   "'
^^^^^       ^^^^~leasily
one-quarter mile fro
two-miles from Cloverdale.
.$80.00  per acre,  one-quarter
balance  one,  two and  three
Apply A. G. Marshall, South
minster.    Plione F507.
FOK   6ALE-SUUUE\
of N. W. U  Sec. 34, Tp.  1. A fine
niece  of farm  land, easily  cleared,
mile from B. C.  h.  H���
Price
cash,
years.
West-
SNAP,    SIX
FOR    SALE���SURREY
blocks of flve acres each, good land,
slashed and easily cleared, in Port
Mann district, between Kennedy
and Scott road stations. Price $:ioo
per acre, one-quarter casli, balance
six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-
four months. Apply A. G. Marshall,
South Westminster.   Phone F 507.
FOR SALE���PORT MANN ACREAGE
and lots in townsite of,Port Mann,
water frontage and dockage. Apply
A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.
Phone F 507.
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near tlie orphanage, $1400;
small cash payment and balance as
rent.
Newspaper Questions Whether   Cheap
Shows Are of Benefit to Community���Exits   Insufficient.
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $L'700;
J.iOO cash balance monthly.
See us about a new five-room house
on Hamlliton street, one block from
car line; ?1'400 with small cash payment.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628 and  746  Columbia  st.
New  Westminster.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladles from 112.75
ap.
Silver XVatches, gents' open fac*
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
\Yestminster Mill Co.. Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
HOSPITAL^
Westminster P.hate Hospital.
223 Townsend t?t. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
FOR SALE���General ^t:>re and build-
Lng on acre lot; house over Btore,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, parlor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. R., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
.New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
city.
tf.
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks in cultivation, $230 an
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Box 20, city. tf.
New Westminster
Mail Service
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
FOR SaLE���ON EASY TEK.MS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
(Toronto World.)
Is   the   so-called    moving    picture''
theatre a benefit to the   community?
Are they educational, as some interested in the business claim?
The increase in tlie number of
these alleged amusement resorts, not
only in Toronto, but throughout the
province, has been so rapid that the
authorities may step in and regulate.
Many clergymen and laymen, who
j made personal visits to the moving
picture houses, have stated that In
their opinion they are not conducive
to the highest morality in the community.
Depending to a large extent on the
patronage of children, and presenting
questionable moral subjects in pictures, these houses leave cn thc
young mind impressions that in many
cases have led to crime. Police record show this to be a fact. Statistics
prepared by officials who have enquired into the matter show that
more harm has resulted from these
places than from the houses where
the most lurid of melodramas were
presented a few years ago.
The small investment required has
invited many  persons who  have had
no   experience   in   furnishing   amusement features, to embark in the motion  picture  business.    The price of
admission   usually   is   from   5   to    lu
cents, and  if,  in addition to exhibiting   pictures,   the   management    also
undertakes  to  furnish   theatrical   or
vaudeville   attractions,   the   performers   necessarily   must   be   from   the
humblest  ranks of the  profession to
be procured at the salary that can be
paid at the price charged for admis-'
sion.     It   is   a   matter   of   common
knowledge   that   the   inferior    vaude-.
ville   artist   usually   indulges   in   vulgarity to make up for his lack of tal-;
ent.   Owing to tlie fact that tlie price
of  admission   would   net   permit   the
employment   cf   a    better   etass    of
vaudeville    performers,     tlie     actors'[
have been  recruited  from  the  ranks''
of the amateurs, and many boys and
girls afflicted  with  stage fever,  have
been enticed from their useful occupations   and   from   school   to   become
actors ln picture show theatres.
It is a grave problem whether the
: morals of young girls booked in the
' picture show circuit are improved by
' their association with such actors.
Aside from the moral standpoint
' there is the question of safety. In all
1 auditoriums it has been the aim of
those in authority to have exits sufficient to meet the re niirements in
case of panic. While the Email
houses are constructed with the number of exists required by the various
municipalities, the question arises are
tliey sufficient in number to meet the
demands that mk'ht be made upon
tliem. As these places are patronized principally by children, the
chances are that in case of a panic in
one of these theatres taxed to capacity, many little lives would be trampled  out.      Periodically  we  read  of
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B   C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.      M
(daily except Sunday)..ll:00   fires in these places, generally start-
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R. ing  where  the  machine  is   installed.
fdaily except Sunday)..16:00   This in nearly all cases is located be-
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���NEW MODERN HOUSE
on Second street, near Eighth avenue. Apply in owners office at the
.buildings. Dominion Trust Co.,
agents.
TO RENT���NEW SIX ROOMED
house, fully modern, close in; rent
$20 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co., Ltd.
30
':30
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dailv except Sunday)..
13:00���Victoria  via  B.   C.   E.   R.
(daily  except   Sunday)..
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..
15:00���United States via G. N. R.       ^_^^^___^_^^_^^^_^
(daily except Sunday)..16:00   increased  on   all   property    in    close
12:10���All   points  east   and  Eu- ; proximity  to a  moving picture thea-
rope (dally) 7 ��� 30 i tre.   shoving   that   insurance   oompa-
23:00-AH  points east"and"Eu-    "    I nles recognize the increased risk,
rope (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton     and     Fraser
tween the front evits, consequently,
in case of trouble these doors would
not he available for use.
Another point regarding these
houses, and one which adjoining property owners are greatly Interested in,
is  the  fact that  Insurance  rates  are
TO     RENT���FURN18HED     ROOMS
with board.    Apply 61, corner Sixth
and Carnarvon stretts.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
���ipulv 71! Trew itree'
ItOO.M TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia atreet and Clarkson
TO RENT -- FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 11. 623 Columbia
���treet
LOST.
LOST ���A LADIES' GOLD OPEN
face watch with initials "E. R." on
back. Finder kindly return to fill
tith street and receive reward.
For all kinds ot
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
��ear Tbe Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Mills      (dally      except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills (dally except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
Sunday)       7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (daily except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annievllle.  Sunbury Idaily
except   Sunday    13:30
0: Od���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
idaily except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30��� Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:00
!0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc, (dally except Sunday)     7:30
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)        7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen 'Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
BOB
ROGERS
ENTER
WOULD
DOMINION
HOUSE
IT PAYS TC ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
Winnipeg, Dec. 7.���There is a
strong current rumor, backed by considerable circumstantial evidence,
that within a short time Hon. Robert
Rogers will appear in the realm of
Dominion politics. Report has it that
the active member of the Manitoba
triumvirate will be found a safe seat
ln the fe leral house.
It has been known for some time
past that Mr, Rogers was not altogether satisfied with the limited field
offered in provincial politics, and
many times during the past few years
he has taken an active part in formulating policies for the Conservative
party al Ottawa. His utterances on
federal policies liave at times boon
si riking and not altogether in accord
with the doctrines put forward by
the leaders of his party. Evidence the
naval question and tariff issues.
Rumor is not content with announcing the change, but It also stales the
ways and means. In effect it is that
the safe seat will be found for Mr.
Rogers shortly, before the final session of the present term. During I hai
final session it is expected that he
will throw himself Into the light of
tlie opposition with a vigor which will
make hlm prominent in thc party, and
so a factor to lie dealt with In a'l
plans of organlation or management.
Tlie name of the sitting member who
is expected to resign in Mr. Rogers'
favor lias also been whispered.
Frequent trips to Montreal, Toronto
and Ottawa during the past few
months, are taken as significant, and
the fulmlnatlons of Mr. Rogers while
there are evidence of Ills desire to be
brought before the electorate of the
eastern provinces. The friendly feeling which is known to exist, hetween
Mr. Rogers and certain railway companies is taken as Indicating where a
large measure of Ills support will originate. The announcement of this
stop Is believed to be Imminent, and
will probably be made shortly after
tho next session of the local house.
And all the World
Wondered ��� . .
Why FRED DAVIS, the man who saved
you money SOLD OUT TO
Graham & Wilkinson
(LATE OF LEES)
the men who knew how to sell Furniture as cheap as
anyone and will save the buyer
During the ...
Reorganisation
40 per cent on ail Furniture
for your home and thereby follow in the footsteps of
the man who made the High Price Furniture Stores
cut down on their 60 per cent profit.
Specials for
Thursday: Friday
and Saturday
Full sized Bed with brass trimmings, sanitary felt
mattress and reinforced wire spring mattress, the
lot for $7.45
Dining Room Chair, solid oak frame, leather seats,
the set 5 small chairs and one arm chair, the lot,
worth $40.00, for $20.95
Rockers, solid oak frame, upholstered in silk, exceptionally well made, worth $7.00, for $4.25
Solid Brass Bed, full size, worth $30.00,
Reorganization Sale price $18.75
We defy any competitor to produce a bed like this
for $30.00.
COUCHES, upholstered in tapestry and velours,,
hard wood frames, best workmanship, $4.35
What about Blankets?
Cold weather coming.   Keep warm at low prices.
All wool Blankets, combed 2 sides, full size, 6 lb.
weight, worth $5.75,
Reorganization Sale price $3.75
GRAHAM & WILKINSON
THE MEN WHO SAVE YOU MONEY
Phone 707
655 Front Street THU"8"'
v   DECEMBER  8,   HMO
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAOK THflRK.
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mmm
XMAS GIFTS
�� jn Oanong's,   Webb's,   Cadbury's   and Lowney's
| CHOCOLATES
{  I���  fancy designed boxet, ranpmR from half-lb. to 10 lbs.
[^���\i.j: fMnrs
: MORE MODEST IN PRICE THAN MOST GOOD BRANDS
��� Sole Agent for above Pip*- in New Westminster
��� Pipes. Pouches, Cipar Cases and Holders
A great variety to chooae from
AIM BIA.   Sl RETT
f*mw   Iram  Office
j [RA  A. REID COL
* Phone   3 10
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PORT MANN
The  Terminal   and   Industrial Centre of the C. N. R.
:.-  Cool  lot!  li   Bubd - sion of tbe N   i;   %  Set:, 16, on Hie
, $460 00 and up.    Easy terms.
COQUITLAM ACREAGE
..������������-  v ��� ��� ��� a    :       N   per acre.   (500.00 (at I
tin   ���   - ���   I Ben and twenty-four mt,;
15 Acres in D. L. 255
bo teres in D L  251    $521       pei  acre   One-third cash, bai-
u i : ���  and :vm.w month*
MacCallum  Bros.
I Smith Block      62 7 Columbia St.      Room
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading [Co.
Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All  Kind* of
MEBR    LATH    SHINGLES.  SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
rURNED WORK. FISH BOXES     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
New  Westminster Box   ��3/
T�� eohon.   12
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince Rupert
3,500  Tons.   7.000   Horsepower,
J&fll320 Feet Lon8 ,18' ��� KnotB-
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.
��
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. Mondays
:   ������ , connection ut Prince Ruperl tor Stewart S.S. Mw�� Alto?
Prince Hupeit 1:00 p.m.
Mondays tor Massett, and 10:00 p.m.
1       i iy8 tor Skidegate, Quee i Charlotte City, Jedway.
Special Cruise to Hawaiian Islsnds, February 2nd.
Double track and modern luxurious train, totwwn Chicago   and
,,    ,���   London, Hamilton. Toronto,    Montreal,    v''v^::,"^"'
hlladelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
��� "���  ira F.iils, New York, P
ior time tables, Illustrated literature, and all Information apply to
I,   V. DRUCB,
Commercial Agent.
Phone 3	
HARR? c. SMITH,
Citj 1'ass. und Ticket A. net,
"���-'7 Granville Bt,   Phone 7100,
GENERAL   AGENCY    TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
MEN DISCHARGED
HAVE NO MONEY
ARTHUR
HAWKE    GETS
AFTER   THE
BISHOP
Three Hundred Railway La
borers   Reach
in Serious Plight
Bank of Montreal
BSSa AFU.ISl'.ED 1R17.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Brunches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ana  In  London,  Rn.
land. New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City, A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issuer), available with
correspondents in all parts of tbi
world.
Savin, s Bank Djpnrtment-- Deposit?
received in sums of $i und upward,
and interest allowel at .1 pei cent pei
annum  (present rate).
Tot.al  Assets over  1186,000,000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
~   I
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and  Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,  New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
W. P. WHITE
Ar-ch'tect  and  Building  Constructor.
Spe lalist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.    Telephone M"
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic     Dec. 3
New triple screw, 1+.8B2 tons.
Canada    ��ec.  10
Twin   �� icw.  Ml  feci   klttg.
for   tales,  berth  reservations,  etc,
apply io
ED. GOULET, Aqent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER. Agent G. N. R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A���
BIB Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
Edmonton,  Dec. 7.���Three  hundred
men  who have heen laying  steel on
the Q. T, P, west of Kdson. and who
were discharged  without  being  paid,
arrived in the ditj  last evening and
todaj   appealed   to   Mayor  l.ee,  Chial
of Police Lancey nnd Magistrate Co
y.'-.tt.   in iin attempt to ftnd some sys
tem   whereby   ihey   can   secure    the
monej   due  them.    Finding  the city
officials could not assist them in any
way. they secured a solicitor Who Immediately took  up the Question with
Mayor l.ee, with the result  thai  the
men were given an opportunity-to prp
sent  their case to E. .1. Chamberlin,
vice-president   of  the   company, thisUt
.��� 'ternoon at three o'clock   Meanwhile
their solicitor, Joseph Clartce, will get!***5
Into communication with ihe provin
cial gi ���(��� innei I  and cit;   official!   li
i i  ������   en pi to secure board and lodging for the men until s:icii dtn<    ���
they receive their money.
According to the stories told i.v'
several ol the men, the majority oi
them have worked for a full month,
in practicall> every case they nre
out of runds, all ol their avtaflattle
��� cash having been expended In reach-1'
Inj tbe poinl wliere they commenced
���-' i i  a month ago,
On November 28 tliey were Inform-]
ed by the time-keeper thai the camps I
: would close down on the firsi of the'
'month, nnd thai after that date their I
se:-.. ice<- would noi he required. They i
naturally supposed that they would
b( paid off in Kdson, hut upon their-
arrival they were fold thai :hey Would]
receive their wages v. ho. they readied this city.
1 'pon  their arrival  here last even-!
in.   they found the office Of the com-1
pany closed, an.l as all  but  two   or j
three of them were   "brokd.' the re-|
mainder were compelled ro walk thej
streets  nntil this morning when they
approached lhe representatives of thel
company in this city. They were then j
told that the lime stieets had n<fl heen
made out  and  that  they  need not  expect  anj   money until the first  of the
week,     in   spite   ot   tbe   privations
they had been forced to undergo  they   have  remained   orderly   and ;
quiet, giving not one trouble, although|
���   they  have  bad  nothing   to  eat    since
yesterday   morning,   pi ior   to   tl eii
leaving v..;-. ���,-,
One man, who has in the neighborhood of ,i ��� omtng to him. received a wire while at Edson that
his wife wa-- dying, and, i'1'ti his
arrival in ihe city, Immediately rush
ed to the office to toi hla money in
Order that he mi. lit tnke the (vain
south. When Iiif case was made
known, he was siien sufficient money
tt> wire relatives at Strafhmore the
i pioili.-amont ho was fn. and at noon
today     ro.^ehed    a    reply    containing]
! money enough for him to ireach homo.
��� but announcing that   his   wife   had
passed away during the night.
After   a   ������.inference    with    Genera!
Manager   Chamherliti.     it     was    an-i
hOUnced that he would ask the cit* to
supply tho mon With supper, hed anil
breakfast, the tl  T. p. paying the ex
pense.
WINNIPEG    YOUNG    LIBERALS
ELECT   THEIR   OFFICERS
Toronto, Dec 1.���Arthur Hawke tit
the Empire club, today delivered an
address In which he scored rhe recent attacks on the MlHhop Dn Moulin, Ol Mu. lira, on suffragettes, Labor members ami Some fiule.
Speaking firm Of the reference to
rhe suffragettes Mr. l'-liiwke said he
tidmonton was an arm chair suffragette. The
woman who Were making themselves
ridiculous, whether they were right
or wrong, believed thai thej wer�� do
ing  a  great   work   for  tlie  emsnoips
tlon of woman and the betterment Of
future general ions.    The  proposals fo
turn  rats oti deliente  women, as  proposed by the bishop, even though thej
were    passionately    contending    for!
something beyond the comprehension j
of    a      bishop,    was    the      kind    of
statement that one scarcely expected
from  a  follower  of  the  lowly    Nn/ar-
ene,
"I wonder," he said, "if I might
dare remind tiie bishop thai the Lord
himself was iiii'tied out of the synagogue because of his advanced
views."
As  to  the   views  of  the   labor  men
that   was   their  own   business.   As   to
methods the bi^iop had untruth
fully witnessed against them. As a
rule the people who reverenced the
constitution fhe most were those who
sr rained k the most to curry out their
nwn views.
WEARY OF PETTING.
British Hospitality Too Much for American  Bluejackets.
London, Doc. 7. -The third division
of the American lleet will leave
Oraveserid for Rrest today. The men
art- grateful for the good time they
have had, bui are pretty wea ity Of heing petted.
The men nre well Impressed i.v thr��
way the people In the streets Bceotft-
ed them and wanted to show them
about and entertain them. They were
! pleased by the cheapness Of things in
London,
Pinchot Investigation.
Washington, Doe. V.-���The Ballin-
ger-fitichoi investigating commission
concluded its work tOdtiy. The report, representing the views of tho
members of fhe commission was presented to both houses of congress al.
the opening at  noon.
The Man's Xmas Store
Already the Mecca for . . .
Women Shoppers
Women tell us this is the most
satisfactory place in town to buy
gifts for men.
OUR  ASSORTMENT IS  NOW
COMPLETE
DRESSING GOWNS    \ SMOKING JACKETS
$6.00 to IS \
UMBRELLAS  -Nicely
Mounted.    $1 to $6.00
FANCY VESTS
2.C0 to $6.00
SUSPENDERS
25c to $1.50
$6 to $10.00
GLOVES, all kinds
25c to %3.00
NECK TIES
25c lo $1.50
ARMBANDS
Wc to $1.00
#
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Wilfrid
C. Nor-
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
-   - -ii   r,"0  B'BO   7;20, 8
lll��s leave New Westminster for Vancouver.   6, ������������'��,  ������- .   ���   ���
���nd e\ery half hour thereafter until II p. "'���
Tr , SUNDAY  SERVICE;.  ���   -   g and ��v��ry   t��"
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouvei   at   B,   t, ��
'  "' m FREIGHT    EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
*��        Sr.  leave  New   Westminster for Vancouuver at 7.20 a. m.,
'        CITY AND SAPPERTON  LlNES:
>-n,teServ,cerrom,:���ia.m.���nUtyil:,0    ,    ��      H-lav^O-mlnntes
Tr
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R-
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver   and   Agassi/.
12:10   Prom    Montreal   Kootenay
and Okanagan.   'No. Bt).
17:06���From Vancouver,   fs-"  '">
19:20    Prom  Seattle and  Mission.
I ��� -,,,   from Montreal and   Nicola.
(No. i).
Departures.
g:30_fo  Vancouver,  Seattle,  ni-
fnl,i and Montreal.
, I   00���To Vancouver.    (No. ?i7).
16;68    To Okanagan,  Kootenay and
Montreal   (No   Wt.
|7;J0���To Agassi/ ar.d Vancouver.
21;40_To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
H. W. BRODIE, G. P. A., Vancouver.
couver.
Winnipeg,     bee,     7.���Tho    annual
meeting of tho Young Liberal AsSOCia j
tlon,   of  .Winnipeg,   was    held    last
nieht in tho Liberal hull, Notre Dame |
avenue, and was largely attended. The |
mooting was opened by President  It. |
ii   M.Cnish In the clinir, wlio reviewed   the  affairs  and   \vorki112s  of the
association duHhg the past  yesr. The
election   of   ofllceis   resulted   as   follows:
llotiorarv     piecldeiil,    Pir
l.auriei-
Honorary viee-ttresldehts, T
riS, M. V. V . P Hart llieen. _, V.
IV: T. II. JohnSOil, M. P V : I'ldw.ml
Brown and i>. t'  Cameron, M. P.
President���R. ���'*. MeCuishi
Secretary���-t). 11   G.  Maiiean.
Vlce-tiresldetits Bouth, a C. Caihp
belli West. .1 T. Davldsoh; CShtte,
11. *K, Dfttiger, eld; Morth( Thomas
Moi ton.
Ties surer���Oeoree McKen/lo.
Baeoutlve, South Winnipeg- W;   T.
Ma< Mlllan. II. I. SCOtt, II. I' Carpei.
T. P. F.wart, It. II   M'Tavlsh.
West Wlntiipe. .1 W. Wilton, 11. 0,
Thompson.   M     HI le.    W,   fe.    ROoke,
Joseph Qlenwrlghi
Centre Winnipeg   S
Michael, George finy.
w. ,r. Stafford.
North Winnipeg   fi
Klmell,  S.   Kyle,  A.   H
M. ('hisiit)lm.
HATS, $1.00 to $6.00 J CAPS,   25c   to   $1*50
Suits $7.00 to $30.
Also many other Suitable Gifts
Buy Him Something Serviceable !
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
671 Columbia Street
pn ii i -mmm
New Westminster
Matthews,   !>.
Ralph   li'inciti.
p. Levis, i. ti
.   Hredin,  H.   D.
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We aie dally op��hlhg up new goods und are showing tlie largest
line of WVH'UKS. JRWRUIY,etc., ever exhihlted in New Westminster.
\,:n.v |s Hjp tltne to choosr. thu   nttlcle for an Xtrms present.
We will put uoods away for you until you  want  them.
Call and examine our stock now, when It Is complete.
Agents for Howurd, Ball and Lenglne Watches.
'"un  8   a.  in.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
Sund.iy-2ii-miniit.es
srvice from 6:10 a. m. until   M-��   P-  m'
-   iu a.  m.   until    ll:30p. m.
^   ISLAND.   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BR^CH' .^ thftre
2?ln    lea e New Westminster for V��.CO��m *���^��Jon.
"ter i:., ,��� ii .  _     ..������ lt Khiime Junction ror di
���  '"11 p. m., connecting at ���
Tra^n   , SUNDAY    SERVICE. ^   balf
H*'n*     ���������.-��� Now Westminster for Vamome,   at  I *  a
. "���-ifter  up  to  11   p.  m.
��EW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH.
In A      itfonJ on,y_tjfi;uf. yew  Westminster ��: U V- ���-
li i-leave Now   .VertsrfWWI t a. m. and
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET    BLUE    PRINT   CO
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711. Bo* 160'
* SCK��� leave New Wesrminsrn  ���' "  /***f\
BC. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painter*. Paperhanger*
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 5��7.
NEW WtiTMIN��TS��      *    .   ������ &
OPPONENTS DECLARE
MAYOR CANNOT READ
Ottawa,    Dec.    7���An    effort    was
! made in  H-ill courts yesterday to un-
: seat   Mayor   F'apineau,  of  the  villa.ee
[Of Conception, on the grounds that he
Gerald neither read nor write.
The case was presented hy Mr.
MOnSSeau, M. P. P., of Montreal, and
it was pointed out thnt reading and
writing (nullifications were required
hy the municipal act.
Several witnesses came forward
and said that to the hest of fheir
Knowledge Mr. Paplneait couldn't do
either things.
However, much to the surprise of
everyone Mr. Pnplnean came forward
with an offer to pass an examination
if the Judge would act as schoolmaster. The suggestion was carried out,
and Mr. Papineau tried to read and
write in the presence of the judge.
A decision will he given In a few
days.
I Cha
THE
JEWELER
Who Said Xmas?
It ia time to atari on your Xmas work. We have
jugt received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.   All >*r the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House
���17 Columbia Stmi
��� PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
V THURSDAY, DECEMBER
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The Daily News
published by Ttie Dally Mews Publlsn-
<ng Company, Limited, at their offices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
remote as it may seem when he said
"if there ij one thing more than an-
i other calculated to bring about something 1-ke a cond don of general disarmament" it would be a closer alliance between Great Britain and the
L'nited States.
The   growing  feeling of  friendship
between    Canada    anl    the    United
C A. Paige Managing Director ; gtates js   a matter   of   international
^^^^^^^^^~^~~~^~-^~-~^-~^m^ ! concern, and Sir Richard did not overstate the-importance of recent events
in his address to the Canadian parliament. Problems of mutual concern
to these two countries can be best
solved, ind the good accord between
tlie United States and Great Britain
������ tan be best preserved and promoted,
A  COMPLETE  VNDICATJON.       j .is the result of a good understanding
', , ,       I hetween    Canada    and    the '. United
It did not require the two divisions! _
THURSDAY,  DECEMBER 8, 1910.
in the House of Commons to convince
the  Canadian  people that  the Canadian government    has    followed    the j
only Canai tn policy in regard to the
Uanadian navy.
That has been evident, to the average obfe'rier of political affairs for
the last 111 months: but the debate
which ended recently must have conclusively driven home into the heart
of every Canadian, whether native
born or Canadian by adoption, that
the only patriotic policy for this country to adopt is one of self-defence
against the rest, of the world.
The twist lngs and turnings of the
opposition upon t.iis question were
never better illustrated than in the
speech of Hon. G E. Foster. Sometimes those who look on    In   parlla-
| States.
WHITE MIN BLAMED FOR
MURDER OF MANY INDIANS
Fourteen Shftshenes Killed in Nevada
���Bodies  Buried  With, Horses  in
Trenches,.
Washington, Dec/ J, ^.���Fourteen
Shoshone Indians are supposed to
have been killed and tlieir bodies,
j with those of their horses, to have
! been buried in two trenches in Elk
: county, Nexada, according to a com-
; munlcatlon sent to the department of
j justice by Barley Lee, prosecuting at-
j torney for Cassa county, Idaho, who
! seeks to have the department aid in
ment must confess to the belief that
(and it is not said in any offensive
sense) Mr. Foster is the Mephistophe-
les of the Conservative party. It was
lie who on tlie memorable twenty-
ninth of March, 1909, introduced thei
resolution which has caused all   the,
present   trouble.    It    was    he   **o.|aja1Ight;ered bv white men and their
against the will of his leader, pressed  remains concealed and buried,
the issue to a conclusion.    And now j     Coincident with tlie reports of the
lie has to  reap  his  conse .uences  of  murder, according to Attorney  Lee's
the harvest which he then sowed. '"'"^ "'"'���' '""' ''l.aractcrs disappear-
But in doing so he had to   be   re-
(bringing the murderers, who are said
j to be white horse thieves, to justice.
The   attorney   writes  that  his   informers   are    three    Indians,    whose
wives and children were among those
minded of liis own inconsistencies.
And no better proof could be given
that he had been inconsistent than his
deliverate abstention from the second
vote of this morning, wliich was the
natural sequel cf the campaign wliich
lie and his supporters have been
carrying on throughout Canada for
the last year.
Twenty years ago or so there was
ed from tlie vicinity of. the crime, one
of whom brought the first report of a
crime having* been epinjnitted. Rumors of massacre drifted into Albion.
Idaho, last July, according to Mr. Lee.
Upon investigation an old wagon and
two trenches, hastily covered,:' were
found, it is said.
The trenches, it is alleged, contained a number of carcasses, probably
those of horses, and it Is supposed
that the bodies of tlie Indians were
beneath tbem. Mr. Lee. in his letter,
says he has brought the matter to tlie
assembled in the House of Commons   attention of  the  department  for  the
reason that there has been little activity shown on tbe part of the Nevada
officials to bring the slayers to justice.
a band of men who, when it came to
:i vote upon tbe Jesuits estates matter, were found to total thirteen.
These gentlemen have gone down into
history as "Tiie Xoble Thirteen."
Tliey will have today their corallary
in Die list of tlie notable nine who,
haiing voted for .Mr. Borden's amendment, deliberately walked out of the
-chamber and shirked the second vote.
ROYALIST SENT TO PRISON.
Three Years for Man Who Assaulted
French  Premier.
Paris, Dec. 7.���The Royalist Lacour,
who assaulted  Premier    Briand    two
weeks ago at tlie ceremonies   in   the
It did not need the divisions; there   Tuilleries Garden, was sentenced    to
was no necessity for most of the argu-  three    years'    imprisonment, lacour
ments which were put forward on the   SSJX,^ "'n   ^ "*"* "**
incompetent to try the case and re-
opposition side of the house against fused to plead. He was thereupon
the naval policy of the government.      condemned by default*  ���      P
The issue was clear and, in view of      Lcon IJ����det, son of Alphonse Dau-
that fact, there could be no doubt as   ^J'^??'10/ "f A, Ro-"l,,8t1I fnews"
.    ,. ..     .... ,. ,       paper, testified that the Royalists en-
to the result.   When a self-governing   dorsed  Lacour's act.    Directly    after
country, as Canada is, se,ts its hand   the assault Lacour was elected presi-
to the principle of national defence,   dent of tlle Camelots du Roi, an   or-
no amount of factious opposition can | Sanlatlon of y����ng Royalists,
prevail against it, no matter whether I
jt comes from the "reactionaries" of Asks $1500 Compensation.
���Quebec or the imperialists of Ontario.'   , ?reenwo�� '���  l��ec 7.���Grover McKlt-
��  i��      r*r.m   r u        ,.    *     .a.     rlck   WM  k,,,ca  in  tlle  Mother  Lode
It is a Canadian policy;  it   is   the' raine  Iast  Mfty     ,���  order t0 recejve
-policy wliich will he endorsed by the the $1500 under the compensation act,
people of Canada; and It is the policy hls father 1ih�� made application for an
which has been endorsed by an over- arbit���tl"n nnd the case wlll be ar-
whelming majority of the House    of  SS^*, ^nC���    "P��n   the
Commons    of Canada.���Ottawa   Free ! , ���	
.Press.
CANADA   AND   UNITED   STATES.
Sir Richard Cartwright, minister of
'trade and commerce for Canada, did
not speak in exaggerated terms when
he told the Canadian parliament that
"not one thing can be done by Canada
which win be one-quarter as great a
Bervlce to the British empire as pro-
moling in every way equitable and
friendly relations between the two
Anglo-Saxon powers," says the Seattle
P.-I,
Speaking of the conference between
President Tali  and the Canadian min-
later oi finance, sir Richard said
"there are more considerations in tlie
.matter than mere pounds, shillings
and pence," and be said of President
Taft's course that it was "an unexampled thing to see the president of
a great republic coming more than
halt way from Washington to meet
.���.lie Canadian finance minister."
Good accord    in  its  fullest    Kignfl-
cance between Canada and the United
JSti.tes is recognized by the statesmen
of both countries as a matter of supreme  Importance,  not  only  because
���of such border problems as may arise
.from time to time, the just settlement
���of whicn would largely depend upon
;a mutual  feeling of amity  and good
will;   but also because of the larger
iieailng It would have upon the future
course of the two countries in matters
of  world  interest.    Sir  Richard  suggested at least one possibility not as
REMOVAL SALE
Diamond Rings
Reg. $18 Solitaire    $12.50
Reg. $45 Solitaire   $33.00
Reg. $05 Solitaire   $45.00
Reg. $100  (5-Ht.one)    $72.00
Reg.  $110 Cluster    $85.00
Reg. $55, 2 Kmeralds and    Diamond   $39.00
Reg.  $66,  2  Diamonds    and    Sap-
hlre $45.00
Reg. $��10, 2 Diamonds and Ruby $45.00
A large variety to    choose    from
up to   $400
CHOOSE  YOUR  CHRISTMA8  PRESENTS  NOW.
T. Gifford
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
COMING EVENTS
Cast their Shadows Before Them
PROSPERITY IS KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR
DID YOU EVER THINK OF NEW WESTMINSTER'S
Brilliant Future ?
New Westminster is on the eve of a great industrial growth, Every
indication  points directly  toward that goal.
The acquisition of Port Mann by the Canadian Northern Railway as
a fresh water terminus for their western lines will be the means if
causing careful investigation hy several large manufacturing interests of
of the East for a western base.    JfiSSKp'
Taking into consideration that this city possesses tlie only fresh
water harbor on the Canadian Pacific ocean and you can readily see
why capital will be drawn toward this seaport as naturally as a ple.e
of steel toward a magnet.
The reason is simply this���with the completion of the Prn.ima Can 1
at no late date it will mean a shorter water haul to Euroie and a
greater saving in tariff on movable merchandise.
A wise old philosopher once said, "Coming events cast their Bhadows
before tliem."   The shadows have been cast.
The citizens of this City have now come face to face with opportunity.    Let us explain "Opportunity" in tlie present instance.
With the upbuilding of the "greater" Royal City, real    estate   values
are bound to double and treble and right now it is a safe prediction    to
etato that  within one year's  time the following   enumerated    bargains*"
will easily sell for double the present price asked.
The properties below mentioned are all clear and very desirable
buys for the man or woman who cares to turn an honest dollar over to
a good profit.
Very Conservative Buy
On Nanaimo street, a parcel of land consisting of four lots, lots
each 88x138 feet, f&cing'south, magnificent view of North Arm,
Lulu Island and the I>elta. Without doubt one of the most sightly
locations for a home in tlie city. $,'1-100; one-third cash, balance
six and twelve months at 7 per cent.
Cheap Double Corner
On Eighth  avenue, near Twelfth, consisting of two lots, wi'li
Ideal view, dose to ear and on  one of the  best  Btreets In the
West Knd.   Besl site for a home  in  this rapidly  building   -���    - n
of the city.   Price $1800,"one-fourth cash, balance six and twi
months at 7 per cent.
HERE ARE  SOME  BUYS
On Seventh avenue near Sixteenth street. Three of the most sightly residence lots in the West Knd, near
the new cut off and possessing ideal drainage, view and a great home environment. One-third cash, balance six
and twelve months at 7 per cent.    Look again at tlie price���only $550 each. .    .    ��� .��� ,
Sl 1-3 by 150 feet
On Fifth street, located close in, and near carline, easy walking
distance and is one of the biggest snaps ever presented to a buyer
In this city.   The terms are right.   Price only $945.
A Bargain at $850
On Hamilton street, 68x192 feet, half a block from carline. partially cleared, in good neighborhood where property values have
doubled and trebled during the past two years. Investigate this���
it ls a snap.
Two Lots, 132 x 132���$400 Cash
and the balance six and twelve month s at 7 per cent, will buy you two of the swellest close In lots that can be
had today. This is an exclusive listing and should be investigated as the offer is possessed of merit. Price
only $1200.   These are located on Pi incess street.
Corner Lot $200
Cash and the balance over fi and 12 months at 7 per cent. This
lot faces south with good lane at rear of lot, has fine view and Is
a veritable snap at thc price an 1 terms. Look only $600. Corner
Of London and Warwick.
$950���Third Cash
balance extending over six and Iwehe nionlhs at 7 per cent. This
lot faces soutli, ls possessed of a line \c. and located in good
family neighborhood, on car Une. Will easily double In twelve
months.   This Is a Hamilton sireet bargain.
Andrew Carnegie Said
" All of the Great fortunes of the future will come from Real Estate*"
Mr. Carnegie's judgment has made millions for Mr. Carnegie
Investigate the above offerings as they are positive Bargains
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
W. J. KERR, LTD.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Columbia St.
Phone 170 Thursday, decemu?
1916.
THE DAILY NEWS.
page five.
SPORTING NEWS
Baseball Nickname:
t*mTmut*M\
,r, George  R.  Devitt,  Editor "Who's
( r vV'io in Baseball.",
���i   . i. ime
rea^c
roi) i-
that   were    a. pli. .|   to
f Hi" coloi   11 the
,, the olden days survi  i
��� extent     There  waa not
mil r  Of dress in the bi gi
,     game thai ba    hi i a ab-
,    especially In the ���
and Knickerbockers, bul
.. . hjfpe long servfcd
mark on the fleld.   When
. fled mily nine or ten men,
Indlcati i
Bize,
"���   ���      ���'���   ���   and   small
������'���">' tor which the prize ring
; '"���'':':'    reaponalbli     The earliesl
Sometimes people do. and suffer,
because the stomach balks.
tl e custom even aa la
,.   i in, unusual tight to geey������*   !">'" his youthful appearance,
i player, in au emergency,!    Tlie ";"'"' "r "Chic" seems to rival |
in   Its  nppllcatl
In  the  billiard  tnuniamewt yester-'
.   day ColdlClltt heat Keid  by six points
' ,,lf  '":i    Une ..-.,   ������!������,,y  ,
Baldfl |��� ,.  u ''!     In the hest game of the tournanioni.
tional ���,..,[ J     Z "*   A crowd of Mty'or sixty watchci the
natl ,   pm x.   ,      "   May during the course of the pm*A
,  ;.������\.^'^-tawhi1..,.lwk.11f��MtJ.,,,i...'.
sou   was  ii,.   ni,i,   ir mm' were  ,ll(>  exception   rather  than   tlie
u-   ,    :,. .   "  ���':      '<r7r      ,""'"":       '""���     Coldicutt lad a Handicap of 75
,   ' ,,. ���'���';'"     *��      With   ahd Ueid Btarted 40 in tbe rear  Coldi^
":":"     :'     '"'���   a    outt   gained lite 35 points before
'   . '" w;i","! .   '"  the game was mt����ta Half ove,,
�����      old   Wll,   oi   the  "Kerrj ��� ,,lIt   ,t(>i(l  Btuck to hlm ;iBd had    ll(.
'km    ni" , , """/" *'"' '"    Play��d a more cautious .ame would
... j"    ';' -'"'��i. of ou    own   have won in the end,
Babi       Adaiu,   of   Charles   B.       The   .c6re  stood   2'
JJM. Pitcher for PltWgX who ^heX^s over.
'��� ���' ��� lni , prominence by his . itching 	
ll   tl  i world's series of 1909'. takes his :
to  'it4  when
"       mto   du-   game   in   in    Bhlrtl '"  ":; application   to  players
and often gave a much bet-  and   i"(:,li'"   Stahl,   "Chic"   Brandon,
,       0u '    t himself than did manj   iU|!|  "Chic"  Kvans  are remembered.
p oparly uniformed    Aid ,l , '���['���'������" Barbeau, the third baseman for
i   ,    li    was   q    nondncripl .' P,tt8burg and  St.  Louis National,   in
uniform�� that assembled   i      ,09' takes his name fronrnls'sWarthy
e to the umpire's "play hall " ��� ski" ""<l Ml;"'k ,lfllr. in *rhicb a Jap-
POLITICAL   CREED
OF
SIR    WILFRID
cf i
SOIli-
famou    Cincinnati  "Red   Btock   a0888 appearance was suggested  Th
li
Tl
i teal ��� of IK''1.' t,l''|i bas none down
with such a glamor of
were the first to bear a name
,, pi:   the color of their stock
... very  .uiekiy followed the
j., ���     Red     tbe  Provldenci   Oraya
,. iu!    Browni.   Maroons and
the  t'lncinuaii   Red     tbe
, .'. hite son, a name thai ob
tali - '<"!(' ��� antl In 18!       Baltimore
���,,,. i appeared with green Btoi    .��� ���
uld the name ,,f the cities
���, i       a  cluh  hailed  hai   played
pan  in distinctive  d i ������
in    for calling  the Phila-
,. Nationals    "Quakeri        Bl
I. "Colonels," the  Wai    ������
: -.itionals," a name thai bai
to do with ih.   National
;,,. Baltimore club "Oi   l<
'.  ukee  dui.  "Breweri .    the
dob  "Millers     and  the
Reds
an Innumerable, frota "Ready
Dooln," "Red" NelBon and a long line
thei ii la a popular beflief thai
old "Silver" Flint took his nickname
from the very light, curly hair thai he
'���' ire aa a child. This is a mistake.
Tbe name waa given to him as a pia;
upon hi. second name, which was !
Sylvester���Frank Sylvester Flint, and
a i ll came to be "Old silver."
"Dummy" Hoy Remembered.
Even the physical infirmities of
players arc responsible for some ol
the names the players haw- borne
There waa "One-armed" Dailey, who
pitched for the Baltimores in the old
' Nation. !   association   and    wen:    r ii
the  Onion association  in  1884;   W. E. |
' Hoy, a deaf mute, who began with the
1 Washington dub in 1888 and played
��� ii Cincinnati, and was known as
"Dummy'   Hoy. and Mordecal Brown,
. who IobI liis forefinger and pari of the
(Sir Wilfrid Laurier lu the Hotiiw of
Commons,  Nov, 29, 1'BlO.)
"lt is now twenty-two years that 1
have been fhe leader of tho Liberal
party, and during these twenty-two
years we have had what we may claiuu
to be a measure of support in all the
provinces,    At   the  present  time  we
'have a majority in six provinces out.
' of the nine I am free to say that the
province of Quebec has always slvmu
1 (hts . overnment its support. Blood is
thicker than water, even In the Eng-
ttsh provinces,   it may be that in the.
i province of Quebec theie are men
who liave given their support to tha
party with which I am allied because
1 am of their race.   Similarly,   thern
I might  be men  who have given their
Support   to   Mr,   Borden   because    he
Of their race
���Doves"   From
Do second In a mining accident, has been
rrom  th.   two re e,    ....       ?jjf!, "th"    three-flngered    marvel.'
Boston    Nationals
, and Job
���:i-1i>���tha;   the nam., of
applied to thai team   was
not from any allusion to
i i saci     Bui fai ���   car   and
treats   ar-   responaibb    fi
name   ol    ' Troi).       Dodg
i playful Interpretation oi the
������    i : thi   Chli ag    Natlo
an :   the  same   lu-
���' ��� ��� ��� ���   in the Pittsburg "I'lr-
v. thi   initial i "I'.isons"  Rec-
thi  great leadin   qualities
e   Cleveland the name of
.-���    ba    al        iu ������ . the Phil-
is Mm���-. lean be know:,  as
men.'    Bul the otber name
the "Vhli ",       i    , mat-
tradition, foi  In th<   d i ������
i         'ii.'   early   eighties    the   Ath-
I'             the one  Mg  team  In  that
��� carried the fame of Phila-
Into thi   old American at
Iti   .real credit    The New
nai    take the two names
an :   "Gl nits. "   the   for-
;    of it-- eastern  local ion
U    '        Lttei   from  the Btse 6f most.
��� : ...   such   as   Buck   Swing,
ii             like him. when the name
- i    ���     applied    Th
ones, the great Yale pitcher,
who In **���������: whs .--tiler to Providence
i i help out in an emergency, rrom his
i treme nervousness .nd restlessnest
went by the name of "Jumping .tack."
Tim O'Rotirke, with Baltimore and
' formed part of the trade with I.ouis-
\ llie foi i lughi lennings, wen- i,;.
the name  ol   "Voiceless  Tim,"  while
le 1  center  fielders  In  188
��� creat   hall   for  many   years,   wenl   by
the   name   of   the   'Orator."   from   his
hnhii   of   talkln::     to    himself.       Tbia
name, too   was bome bj  the famous
veteran, Jim O'Rourke, wh    ha    been
Iforty yeai        player      Qeorge Stone
hai   earned the opposite title ol  ";-'������
lent Qeorge
CLABBY   GETS   STUNG
retain tbe n tme by making
���P    pi >vess whal li haa lost In tbe
players    And these names
i them    from    their   rrtire
rivals, the "Highlanders" or |
The animal world has
iwi   ution  for many names of
' . lubs  .and   so  there are
"Tl. ers " lhe Athletics as
Elephants,"   and   others   ai-
i- atlonedy
��� ar 1) days "Haymakers" was
sr name, wliich was probablj
ilarlj  applied to the Unions
:inir. , N   Y.. hack as far as
;"     The name was afterward adopt-
' of the leadliiK club Ol Troy,
1  ' ���  '..itional league.
ir    there   that    makes    some
neti take on an  outward air of  im
Portanci   over   their  fellows  ns  thev
familiarly of an eminent  base-
layei   by   las  llrst  name or hls
��� ii is something of the son
'    ! ��� in.    thai   made  the  fellow   feel
D   had   shaken   the  hand  that
he hand that  shook  the band
Of Bull   ,,n     If only  llie ori. Inal  rec
be old  days had been a little
b the use of the first names
1 Smiths,  Millers. Sweencvs and
the  others  the  baseball  hls-
work   would   be  vaslly  easier
tbe  olden  days,  much  more
I   w. It was considered a mart "f
lon to .reel a batlef eoininu I )
���   wiih a familiar exhortation
ilent tbings to ihe ball for
Ol   the   home  club,  and   It
... h occasions thai the fnmil
imes of players were affec-
and adnnritich broughl into
1 ithed service,
���i  player gow through   'lifl
��� i areer known only to the greal
Sydney   Youth    Shows    Welterweight
Fighter a New Trick'.
Jimmy  Olabby,  tbe  Milwaukee wei-
ter-wei. hi cbampkm, ia B prettj smart
yoiinn man at home .'ind up to all tbe
tricks  ol   the trade,  but   it  remained
for  a   Sydney   >outli   to   show   him   a
new   one.       James   was   Standing   in
front  Of Ihe Bateman  hotel  the Other
team has since   afternoon     when    a     sporty-looking
young   man   approached    and    whi -
pered:
"Want to buy a diamond rheup,
pard'"'
"Sure." said Jimmy. "Woi  you got?"
"It's In pawn," said the youth, "bnt
il you come ovei- to the pawnshop yWl
can see ii
Jimmy has B llkint; for the brilliants and followed the youth to the
pawnshop, where he asked to see tlie
precious stones.
"Nothing doing unless vou pav thh
interesl. which is $2.60," snld the
salesman, whose COuntenancS reminded one of B State street Jeweler lh
Chicago
Jimmy  due  down  and   forked  over
, $2.60 and  the man  brought  forth  the
diamond  pin.    "How much"" snld the
Milwaukee  boy.
'Yon  can  have  It   for   ��23   ($116)
said   the  youth.
Jimmy looked wise and said 'nothing doim: "    Then  he discovered that
he  was  out   $2 r.ii bv  a  trick    and  he
wanted  to  take  B   poke  m   the sKTirp
l���,t   hastily   ihinkin.
young
ovei
min
But, so far as t am concerned, my
endeavor has always been to keep
the policy of the party upon lines
which would appeal to the conscience
of all races and all creeds
"At the prssen tfcne there is in my
own province a certain section of my
fellow-countrymen���Nationalists thej
are called today who have seceded
from my party and from, myseit hr -
cause I have endeavored ai all times
to -maintain that policy wliich would
|appeal to no race or creed as such, a
party of moderation.
"1   hav.     no    reproach    to    make.
There are men within my hearln
nlghl who know ttaJ years *ko I told
: then,   thai   1   expected  such   a  thine,
1 for   1   know   that,  human    nature   is
'what  it   has  always been.    If  1  may,
without presumption, compare rayseli
to  historical persona.es,  1  coniu and
man    precedents for such a thing as
li  occurring in the provlnci
be.-.    If there  was any  man. who did
more than anothei   foi   Irishmen  thai
I man was Daniel O'Connell.    The day
1 came,  however,  when  he   was attack
bi    younf   enthusiasts   who
th oughl   his  policy too moderate. His
policy  was  to  ask  for the  repeil  cf
the   Union  ard   for  the   ������
men; of an Irish parliament upon College Green     But  there were certain
| enthusiasts   the Young i rol ami party
'they called themselves���who thought,
this potttj  too moderate and preache 1
1 complete  separation  from  Great   Brit-
lafn.    However, this party did so very
j far.    The inanity  or  their policy  was i
soon found out. and many of them. 1
1 am plad ro say, lived t(* recant their
' fi -mer opinions,
"And  the policy followed today  by
th6se  younu  men  in  the  province of
j Quebec wlll not po far either.    The
i naval  policy cf the  .overnment  is a
' policy brond in its conception, a pol-
1 Icy  Canadian  and  not   sectional.     It
maj  meet with defeat here and there,
bui   this  will  not   affect   our  courage.
We will   go on  to  the end,  for   we
know  we are in  the rluht   and   that
the rieht  Will prevail.
"I am not afraid of any invasion of
BaBtern Cttaada, but l am not so sure
that   we   can    leave   unguarded    the
province Of British Columbia.    I am
nol  afraid of w-ar between Great Britain  and  the l'nited  States.      Their
civilization  is too much  advanced  to
i contemplate anything of the kind and
thev have too many interests in rom-
| men  to  warrant  it.    But  on  the  Pa
' clflc ocean, where we have  for   our
neighbors   Russia, Japan  nnd   China,
o nen we have in these countries a
vast humanity seething In the forma
tlon of a new civiliatlon, it would be
folly to sav thnt dancer of wnr is not
to be  apprehended  in  that  quarter.
Poi  my part, I do not think thnt It be
i hooves    Canada,    under    all    elrcum-
Fruits
New Dates 10c lb.
Nfcw CleaneJ Currants Bulk 10c lb.
Tlie very best
cleaned Currants
n* 1 Ib. pnekajres
2 for 25c
Seed Raisins
Fancv 16 oz, package*
2 for 25c
Seed Raisins,
Stamftnrd 12 oz.. pkgs
3 for 25c
Shell Walnuts
New Okies
40C lb.
Shell Almonds,
new, 40c ft.
C. k Welsl
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
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relieve th�� disoomfort at once, and help digest the overload.   The lover of rood
thl .g>mgy feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand
50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we
wlll mail them. *.
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Cbnraiehcing September 15. the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner,  Western Island and Way Ports
.    ;���? JS Returning  to  New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trtp Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
ACT OF MEHCY COSTS
a mm HER IM
This schedule suhject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
Dress  Catches Fire Whilie Sft* Is Extracting Piece of Wire from
Her  Dog's   FooL
il
ho chnm-ed   Id,  mind  and snld:    ��� ���- - ^  f() Qreftt   Mm**  tor
"Well   pal. v..ii handed me   *n  \"q- -
trallan  lemon, bul  I  Rtieea ��
cheap experience ni thai    Bhake!"
BOWLING
New York, Dec. 7.���Inattention to
her own safety while concerned for
tlie well-being of her pet collie dog
cost Miss Kllen F. Francis, of East
Quogue, Long Island, her life today.
The young woman brought the animal In tlie htfiise to extract a piece
of wire from its foot. WhLle Intent
on the operation her dress Ignltel at
an oj.cn grate lire, and tn an Instant
she was flame from head to foot.
Iter mother, an invalid, was barely
able to raise herself from bed, and
threw a blanket about the girl, who
was so badly burned that death soon
followed.
After Many Years.
Lillooet,   I>ec.    7���Mrs. Waterman,
tbe (list white woman to settle In the
Lillooet    district,   n a.rly    fifty    years
ago, wbo has just  returned after    a
long absence In California, while    In
conversation here with au old friend,
Mrs.   Schubert,   happened   to   recall
memories ot having been    shown   a
"gold  ledgfe"  ai   Be il in  lake  by    an
we should have troops and the navy j jnflI.in |6 years ago,   Being Impressed
... repel It, and that the best Instruc- ^j m,.. vVftterman's description, some
the  protection  of our  Pacific co&sl
if there should be an invasion, does
not   mv   honorable   friend   think   that
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY---
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City4SpeciaH��ts
'
-!��� n i ossible should be give,   to our
,. '    ������rs'.' '
The
Vancouver
(Irani   	
j Cross	
.luiison   .
i ; rani by hls popular nlck��
Few   are  aware   that   "Dixfe"
named   Kwart.  and   so   It
hundreds    of   other    players
Beds  are  more  runillinr  than
������ii names.
Sire   Accounts   for   Some.
In   the  giving  of  nicknames.   th��M J gmith
fOttnd  the same  Inlluences  nt    |,,���.|<|uirt   , .
'f we care to trace tliem, as II
is ��aid caused the giving of the sur- j
���liat we all hear.    One of these       Westminster
la based  upon  physical  peculiarities I sloan   	
ir*a'  ss  the   first  Armstrong   had   a Corbetl   	
arm,  and   the   llrst   WhittlNMd   Steele   	
1   endowed,   so   we   find   "Long   willette   	
'���'���illy,  who covered   llrst  b��S6 , QHchrist
1 'ndnnati   and   the  old   Mefs   be-
1880 an I   UftO,    "Shorty"  Fui
played with Washington and
A.   A.   between    1088    and
Heorge"   F'.ell.  the   flrook-
"Bi��t Bill" I.anse, the left
del ���
Vancouvei bad Us revenue on West-
���, naterlasl Bight at the ancient g.me
often pins. The Westminster men
were away off color, none oi	
JSmaklA   i   "'"   hundr^   !  !   ,
Three of the Vancouvei meh ma-
,,       ,ftbore that mark, Cross gftting
Sghiunt with aiB and h��h Rvertge
'7.-1.owing a,e the ptttticulttrs:
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ThP nnnkof Montreal -n I r-o Pe-
,,������. Trust win pb-v tonight at ��|M
,   ook,
FIRE   LOSS  PAID  QUICKLY.
Insurance Cl.iim on R. Hampton's New
Dwelling Settled In Less Th.in
a Week.
The Columbia rbe Insurance   com-
p.,nv for which Alfred U\ Mci.eod ls
general agent for New Westminster
city and district, yesterday paid In
full the claim of It. Hampton for
damage done tn his new residence by
lire last week and thc settlement ls
cictalnlv a prompt one. The following letter nf acknowledgement
heen  received  hv   Mr,   Mci.eod:
Now Westminster, Dec. 7,
,. W. McLeod, Agent,     i
Columbia Insurance Co , City.
!I28 Dear Sir,���1 beg to acknowledge re-
Ttl eetpt of Vm In payment in full of loss
''1:! which occurred when my new resi
>'���' ' dance was partially destroyed by fire
���M '''' on Thursday morning last and must
' thank you for the prompt manner In
whi-li my claim was adjusted and
seiiled.    Yours truly,
(Signed)      ROBT.  HAMPTON.
friends Btarted out to look at the property. They located the. ledge, and
staked ami recorded the claim, which
according to reports i.s likely to prove
a valuable pro] erty. if it turns out as
expected, Mrs. Waterman is to receive $111"�� for inciting it. which,
with a pension which she is drawing,
will keep her for the resi of her life,
Mrs, '.atoii.i; n. ii the old days, was
Interpreter ror the Indians. She is
cow seventy ?eaVa old.
���Hfe    Dkal       I
NONE TO C^OOD
158��� 4'!5
2350
$1000   FOR   AN   ARM.
Trespasser on Train Thrown Off by
Conductor, Recovers Damages.
Hrantford, Ont., Dec. 7.���Lloyd
Brown, who lost an arm at Gait two
years ago, having been put off a C P.
R. freight train by the conductor
while stealing a ride, was awarded
.1000 damages at a re-trlal In the high
court here. The Jury held that Brown,
who was a trespasser, should have
been arrested, and that the accident
he met with was due to the conductor's negligence.
This
is what ail business men think.
If you take out an insurance policy with one of the companies which
I represent you will ht sure to get the best.
If a fire oeeures you will be sure of prompt payment of your loss.
This Is the most essential feature in an Insurance policy.
If,you phone or write I will show you.
LOW RATES.
"flSy.&S'Wc '���^^���r*\W*^f*^%'lf' i
GENERAL AGENT.
f the Chicago Nationals, who
'    ���'������>*��� enough to retire in the hev
"*>' of fame and  fortune to as emi-
,/ ace  in   .an   Francisco.    Then
have been "kids" innumerable,
leaves Braekmnn-Ker's   wtart   �����,"
p m.    Return fare 50 <"���*-
Reserve for Kelowna.
Victoria,  Doc.  7.���Mr.    Carruthers,
McCain Bros, are here with experl-  repesentlng the municipality of Kel-
eneed   men  and  nn   up-to-dite   plant jowna, yesterday Interviewed the chief
for moving buildings, frame or brick,  commissioner of public lands  ln  re
Address   McCain  Bros.,  1143  Burrnrd
Street, Vancouver, or leave orders at
p     Peebles,    Cl'O    Columbia    street,
city.
���ml
ALFRED W. McLEOD
gard to the setting aside of a reserve
for thla flourishing Okanagan city.
The application was favorably entertained. fl
PAGE BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER
I
I
���JP
I furniture I
iSavingsi
_&m_
35c
Lace Curtains, per pair
Window Shades, mounted on
best hartshorn Rollers,
complete .      .
Linoleum, 12 feet wide, per
square yard     .
Arch Curtains, per pair       $2.90
Reversible Wool Squares, 3x
3 1-2 yards
Grey   Flannelette   Blankets,
full size, per pair
35c
47c
4.50
Stair Oil Cloth, per yard     .    17c
5.00 Axminster Rugs for    . 4.00
Birch Parlor Table, mahogany finish .       .       . 2.75
65c Chairs f or .       .   47c
9.50 Extension Dining Tables 7.75
Reversible Hearth Rugs       . 2.75
3.50 Carpet Sweeper, Bissels
make       .      .      .      . 2.50
2.00 Heavy Bed Comforters,
large size, 2 yards square  1.35
Every piece of Furniture reduced
20 per cent, up till Xmas, Get
your choice now, the stock is
complete. We will hold goods for
Xmas delivery for you.
enny & Ross
Successors to Denny & Galloway
Reliable Home Furnishers
PAROLE SYSTEM
IS SATISFACTORY
Report of Dominion Officer
Says Results Justify Methods Employed.
WIDOWER WITH SIX "KIDS"
WEDS WIDOW WITH TEN
Trouble Arose After Honeymoon Over
"the Crowd" and Husband Had to
Farm His Offspring Off.
BOURASSA'S    NEMESIS.
Ottawa, Dec. T.���The report of penitentiaries brunch of the department of
justice which was tabled in the commons today by Hon. A. B, Aylesworth,
gives the average daily population of
Canadian penitentiaries during the
fiscal year as 1824, as compared with
1625 iu the previous year, and 141)7
half a decade ago. Tables are submitted to show that of 1850
who constitute the penitentiary popu
Iation of the Dominion, l'o'Xl were
born in Canada, Great Britain or oth
er British countries. Canada heads
the list with 1071, other countries
ranking as follows: England, 208;
Scotland, 39; Ireland, 50; other countries 24.
Of the foreign horn inmates of the
penitentiaries, 184 were born in tlie
L'nited States, [18 in Italy; 30 In Austria; lit! in Russia; 'i'l in Germany; 23
in France; 13 in China, and 45 in oth-
er'countries.
The report states that in view of
the vast influx of foreign immigrants
during the past decade, it is worthy
of note that while the number of foreign born convicts generally has increased from 14 per cent in 1000 to 25
per cent in 1010, those born in thei
United States liave increased less j
than 2 per cent, and still constitute
less than 10 per cent of the penitentiary population,
Tlie creels of the penitentiarv inmates are given as follows:    Roman ' Has sorae wan liere
Catholic,   031;   Church    of    Kngland,
344;    .Methodist,   100;   Presbyterian,
183;  Baptist 72;  Lutheran, 51;   other
denominations, 21;   Buddhist, 17;   Hebrew, 17; Unitarian, -; no creed, 22.
Parole   Officer's   Report.
The  report   of   the    parole    offices
show that 280 paroles and 17 pardons
were  granted   in  the  previous   year. I
The figures  for the ten vears  since I *Van mornin' Vm **A my breakfas
1910, when 71 paroles and 70 pardons       Wlt' nine n��' boys���all de lot-
were  issued,   indicates  a   steadv   de-  De SXan mere is nurse de baby,
creabe in the number each year. * It is |     De onl>' Witn S,rl we Unobserved   by   t'e   parole   offlcer   that j
the result of tlie parole system   continues to  lie   satisfactory,  and   fully
justified the methods adopted and tlie
discretion   exercised   in    its   administration.
In this connection the opinion is expressed that the time has arrived
when oversight by the Dominion parole officers should be restricted to
tho?e released from federal institutions. Some of tlie western provinces
have already appointed parole officers
to look after the interests of prisoners released from provincial jails and
reformatories, and the view is taken
that it would he but right for the
eastern provinces to undertake the supervision of its prisoners.
The gross expenditure on penitentiaries for tlie year was $536,325, and
the net revenue was $45,686,
Toronto, Dec. 7.���When a certain
couple in tills city became attached to
each other, some time ago and "hitched up" they had between them no fewer than sixteen children, the man a
widower, contributing nn even half
dozen, and his better half the remaining ten.
As  soon   as  the   honeymoon   was
over, however, the trouble began.    It
was decided that there were too many
children  with  which  to  start   house-
convicts I keeping, and as tlie husband's family
,. I was in the minority, it was up to him
to get rid of as many as possible. He
.j started the scattering process, one
here and a couple some place else
among relatives and friends. Soon he
had them nearly all off liis hands. Not
one of the children had any education, whatever.
One of tlie girls, who was sent to
work out, could neither read nor
write, although fifteen years of age,
and her case came before the t'lit 1-
dren's Ail society. A good home has
been found for her, and the lady with
whom she is staying is teaching her
There is another girl a couple of
years older, whose education has also
been sadly neglected.
It was remarked at the meeting of
the society that people with that number of children should not be allowed
a marriage license, and others present concurred in this view.
       see Bourassa?
I am affer lieem wit'  beeg steeck;
He come dere on Art'abaska,
An' play me de dirty treeck!
Wen I get hoi' dat feller
He's fin' out it ain't goin' pay
For do such scallawag bees-ness
He show on my fumilee.
Ma femme, she is fry de bacon,
An' carry for us to eat,
Dat's mak' de ole lady hustle
An' travel some on her feet.
Jus' den de door is open
An' stranger mans  welkin' in:
"lion  jour,"  say   Monsieur  Bourassa,
Wit' goatee on de chin.
Wan feller got book an' pencil,
An' badge fix on de coat.
I am  so much astonish
De bacon is steeck in my throat.
So soon I get over do cliokin'
Bourassa is open de jaw���
"We mus' tak' de names," lie's savin,'
"For   de   Gover'ment,    'cordin'    lo
law.
UNIQUE  SPELLING   BEE.
Professors  of   University  of   Missouri
to Take Part in  Match.
Columbia.. Mo.,  Dec.  7.���Three college presidents, Dr. A.  Ross  Hill  of i
the University of Missouri,  Mrs.  Lu-j
ella St. Claire, of the college here, and (
Prof.   H.   X.   Quizenbery,  of  St.    Stephen's college, will take the leading |
parts in an old fashioned spelling bee
to be held here on December 24.    Dr.
Hill and  Mrs.  St. Claire will  be opponents.
Each of the leaders will choose the
members of their respective sides
from among tho teachers of the Univ-
sity of Missouri. Prof. Quizenbery |
will give the words wliich will be the
most unused he can find in the dictionary.
The spelling bee will be part of tin !
entertainment to be given for thej
benefit of the University V. W. C. A.
STOPPED   AT  THE   BORDER.
Had
Intending   Visitors   to    Toronto
Not  the    Necessary  $50.
Niagara, Falls, Ont., Dec. 7.���Because they could not produce the necessary $50, Frank Hoffman and Andrew Kline, of Chicago, were this
morning refused admittance to this
country. The men told Chief Immigration Oflicer Willox thai they were
going to Toronto to spent! a few days
With friends. The men, however,
could not show the required
of money and weie deported.
The local inspectors are being very
vigilant these days In an cli oil. to
keep out of Canada any whose equipment indicates tliey wou.d not i>6
able to care for themselves
the coming winter.
am.mm
during
"All  boy an' man  on  de Province
Mus' go in de navy some day,
To fight for de King i f Kiisland
In countree dat's far away."
Wen he say dis, de ole gran'mere
Begin  for tremble an'  cry,
Den de baby start for holler.
An' all de small young boy.
Ma femme mak' wan big heller,
An' turn 80 pale she can,
An' it fall rat down an' fainted
On top de frvin'-pan.
I   I
De beeg boys Iif dere modder
An' put her on de bed,
Wile gran'mere ron around de stove
Lak hen w'ats los' its head.
���mst
Wen all de name is on de book,
Afore dey're goin' out.
Dey say, "Kef you don't want de war,
Jus' give de National vote."
An' so dey go, an' I am lef
To fix up all de fuss
Dis law for mak' us go to fight
as bring me on my  house.
Since dat tarn I fin' out Its lies
To get my vote, dat's all;
Dere is no law for tak' de names���
It's  swindle,  mean  an'  small.
I go by gar, an' on de bush
I cut dis good beeg steeck
An' w'en I catch Bourassa, nm,
I'll show lieem wan new treeck!
���J.   VV.   Bengoiigli.
LLOYDMINSTER   HAN
SUCCUMBS
TO   BLOW
FRENCH    SUFFRAGETTES.
Muni
Likely to Get Right to Vote in
clpal Elections,
Paris, Dec. 7.���A commission of the
chamber of deputies of which Ferdinand Buisson, the radical Socialist, is
president, favorably reported today a
bill conferring on women the right to
vote for city, communal and departmental councillors and making tliem
eligible for election to these Offlces.
NO
SKYSCRAPPERS TO
EXCEED 200 FEET
u
43-45-47:Sixth Street
New Westminster
U
Chicago, Dec. 7.���Two hundred feet
will be the maximum height of buildings in Chicago hereafter.
Sitting as a committee of the whole,
the city council yesterday decided
that no building shall lie erected in
Chicago in the future of greater
height than 200 feet. The present,
building code limits the height to 260
feet.
Lloydminster, Sask., Dec. 7.���Krnest Hale, a popular resident, Is dead.
Ile was agent here for the International Harvester company. A fortnight, ago Hale was superintending
"the erection of a windmill, when a
steel spanner on the top platform became dislodged and fell some thirty
| feet, striking Hale, who wus standing at Uie foot of tlie structure, on
the head. The blow, though heavy,
caused only temporary pain antl the
incident was soon forgotten. A few
days ago Hale began to experience
severe pains in the head and was
brought Into the Lloydminster hospital. From there he was taken to Edmonton, where an operation was performed, the doctors having discovered
an abcess on the brain. Hale sank
and died a few hours after the operation, The funeral, which took place
In Lloydminster on Friday, was one
of the most largely attended ever
seen In the Barr colony. Hale was a
member of Britannia lodge, A. V. and I
A, AL, and Free Masons from all parts
of the district attended. Hale was a I
native of the old country and had
been in ihe Dominion about fifteen;
years. He wus much respected and
very popular! <
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
C*     SUCCESSORS   TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
80 acres in the southwest Quarter of Section 31, Twp. 12, X. w. |,
Price $40 per acre;  good tet ins.
140 acres in the southwest quarter of Section   29,  Twp.   12,   fifteen
acres cleared;  small orchard, six-roomed   house;   barn    35x40    feel
price $7u  per acre;   good terms.
25 acres in the northwest tiuaiter of Section H9, Twp. 12, ten a
cleared. Kight acres more for clearing. House 24x114 feet, barn
40x40 feet, shop 20x40 feet, chicken house H'.xlS feet, wood lu !
18x24 feet. Stock: Four pure-bred Jersey cows, 30 white leghorn
fowl; kitchen stove, one horse, light wagon, one cream separator and
dairy outfit; one set of blacksmith's t ools and stock valued al
$1500.    Everything goes at $4500, on good terms.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.  H.   McCormick  Manager Real  Estate Department.
451   COLUMBIA  STREET. PHONE 66'.
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
What About  Thai
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
Vve have a full line
of Rogers Bros. 1847
Silverware, also a full
Selection or nign grade
iarvers
. Cutl
ery  an(
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
:
HECTOR   McCAIG, Manager.
Wed. & rhurs. Dec. 7th & 8th
MOVING PICTURES
I OF
Buffalo Bill's
I Wfld West Shows
*>
|        And Big Vaudeville Feature
I RINO and RINO
Two Shows Nightly, 7.30 and 9.
Admission 10c and 25c
Seat Sale, McKenzie's Pharmacy, Saturday, Dec. 3
*\ thu
R SDAY,
DECEMBER  8,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
TENDERS
rn  TENDERS   addressed   to
sK'U; .liPMied, and endorsed "Ten-
|,���  Iill<ll-,r"?.      ,,..11,11.10     r.rsiml    Knll.-U
unless
supplied,
Re
^fTr Public
* c.:' -,
]UI *:"���  jgj.0.  for the construct lon
Building", Grand Forks,
ie received at this ollice
m
on  Wednesday,
hi-
m
<elll!". ulj'lic Builds? at Grand Forks,
el s
& C'     aneclflcatlon and form of con-
pl;l      he seen and forms of tender
tract cau ij^ - ^  offl(je  of   Mr   Wm
oW'"    ���    resident    architect,   Vic-
Henderson,
tof'a'   ;.,;r ���,!  this  Department.
pa tment. of  Public  Works,  (H,awa
Persons tendering are noufied ?]__t
"'"""'����� will not be considered     	
made on the printed forms
and  signed   with  their  actual
';'"-   ^ting   their  occuptions  and
P ace of residence of each  member
Ol the hiiji  must he given.
Each .louder must, be accomnanipri
">' a�� accepted cheque on ,, ���C.-��� "amo of C
"���'' bank, payahle to the order of the
Honourable  the   Minister
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Lots 3 aud 4, Block 4 being
parts of a portion "A" of Section 20,
Block 6, North Range 2 West Spring-
"HI, in the District Qf Xew Westminster.
���itle number 15108A, issued in the
latheiine B. Brown, has been
"led in this ollice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
tt tlie Post Ollice, Grand
this Depa
re notified that
,   , ami ^ tMl
��J*!lnna tendering
will not be considered unless
1e,:(ier\i the printed forms supplied,
&*���* "| ffith their actual Blgna-
lli ctiting their occupations and
1,jreS' ,,f residence. In the case of
places oi
in**-- ll|��u
iare, .(.e of each member of the llrm
reil��lie given.
must be accompanied
actual   signature,  tbe  ua-
occupation, and place ot
Plete the work contracted for. If the
"""ler he not accepted the cheque
will bo leturned,
By  Order,
H. C. DESROCHERS,
.. Secretary.
Departmenl or Public Works, Ottawa,  Xovember 1(1, 1910;
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority from the department.
ess i  nthe meantime valid objection
he made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
Kand   Registry   Ofllce,   New    Westminster, ii. c, December 2, 1010
mu
TENDERS,
SEALED
vacli tender
��� accepted cheque on a chartered 	
Wf navable to the order of the;111" Secretary, Department of Indian
l,aC ')',]',. the Minster of Public Affairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
HoT ..Mini to ten per cent (10 per envelope, "Tender for Alert Bay Girls'
ff , nf the amount of the tender, Home," win be received up to noon
<tTi, will he forfeited If the person December 30, 1910, for the erection
* ������, decline to enter in a .con- oI 'd frame hoarding school building
twtien called upon to do so, or at Alert Bay (Cormorant Island),
fftn complete the work contracted B. C,
,a'      ,ii, tender be not accepted the      Hans and    specifications    may    he
for      will he returned. ���'"" al the oil ires of T. F. Neelands,
cll!(!   nen.itment  does  not  hind  it- Inspector  of   Indian    Agendo
wl urei.t the lowest or any ten- couver; VV, E, Dlchburn, Inspector efIpurchase
Jf"t0,1     ' llncllan Agencies, Victoria, and  \V. M. lands:
i<r' By order, Halliday, Indian Agent, Alert Bay. Commencing at a post marked  "J
K  C   DESROCHERS,    '    l-'lrh  -emU'r ,nilst lje accompanied D.    Smith,     S.     W.     corner"     at
Secretary. '>>' a marked cheque made payable to the   northwest   corner    of    pre-emp-
neoartmenl    of  Public   Works,  Ot- 'nlle  undersigned  tor  a  sum,  equal  to tion.      No.      2031,      thence      north
������ November 24, 1910.
OeVspapera  will  not be   paid   tor
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Take notice that I, William Robert
nick, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to applv for
permission to lease 200 acres of'land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the eaat side of the
extreme head of the north arm of
Dralney's inlet, thence east 40 chains
tlience south 50 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence north 50 chains to
post of commencement. Purpose for
which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK
ADJUDGED INSANE
AND DIES IN JAIL
Gardiner & Gardiner
Man of Eighty Years  Had  Long Confinement���Governor    Is    Indignant.
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room ti,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Bhone 661
Residence Phone 133
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
[of Vancouver, Ii. C, occupation build
���:':'- er, intends to apply for permission to
tlie     following     described
Toronto, Dec. 7.���After lingering in
Toronto jail for three months, John
Roady, aged eighty years, died there
yesterday morning. According to
Governor Chamhers, the old man had
to be carried into the prison by two
policemen the night he was admitted,
it being August 27. The governor
said that, the only reason he admittej
the man was that he was in such an
enfeebled condition that it would have
been a crime to not have given him a
place to rest. Two guards carried
him to tlie hospital ward, and there
he remained till old age claimed him
yesterday morning.
It was a Saturday night that Roady
was taken to the jail, and as he was
unable to go to the police court Monday morning Governor Chambers appeared for him. The governor implored
the magistrate to send the old man
to some institution where he could receive proper attention. Mr. Chambers explained that there was no
charge against the unfortunate person, and it did not seem just to have
him remain among criminals.
The authorities were under the impression, however, that Roady was in-!
sane, and Magistrate Denison adjourn-!
Public   Woi	
flve per cent of the amount of tender.' about  60  chains  more or less   to  or
will   not  be   paid   for Tho  cheque  will   be  forfeited  if the near   Sakinaw  Lake,  tlience  east  GO
ent   If  thev   insert   it Per30n tendering decline to enter into chains more or less, thence south 80
from   the   Depart- a contract when called upon to do so. chains more or less, thence west 40
lf the  tender  be not    accepted    the chains, more or less, thence north 40
 _ . cheque wll] be returned.   In the event chains, more or less, thence west 40
of  acceptance  of  tender  the  cheque chains more or less, to the place of
will  he  held   until    the    contract is commencement.
signed, when It will be returned. JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
The successful tenderer will be re-     New Westminster. October 20   191C
iped,   and   onciorsea      lenaoi    ioi  (|ujl.e(, l() fl|nlish ,, t)limi in Batisfac-    I0H\  FERDINAND BAGGS   Aaent
fixtures, wiring, etc., for . i;.v BUretleg fol. a 8um e()Ual to the
dlding,  Vernon. B. < ���   amount of the contract,
ifflbe ri  elved   at   this  ofiice   until j    The Iowest or-,nv tender not neces-
mday, December 19, 1910, sar���y accepted,
rk mentioned, T|1P   unauthorized   insertion  of  this
vvill not be considered un- advertisement ln anv newspaper will
,,. advertlsem
,;.|.,0it authority
ts ent. _____������
TENDERS.
,,  ,   tei ders addresses the under-
endorsed    "Tender    for
etc., for
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE!���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in We
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tmrd
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ed the case for a week for medical ex
amination. Two other adjournments j WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARKIS-
were also made, and finally the old j terg anTj solicitors, Westminster
man  was   allowed  to   remain  in  the      Trust Block,  Columbia street.  New
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
jail hospital. Coroner Dr. Rowe held
an inquest yesterday afternoon, the
verdict being that deceased same to
his death from natural causes and old
age.
Westminster.
L. Edmonds.
W. J. Whiteside, H.
ABLE   TO
SELL    EGGS
AT BARGAIN
PRICES
ii  upon, and   In   aoccrdance not be paid for
nilitions contained in forms j   q_  McLEAN,
. Department. Secretary.
iis... and specifications to be seen  Department, of Indian   Affairs,
ucatlon to the clerk of works
J He I  I 'iu-. Mr, V B. Coffett; Mr.
T . Henderson, resident    architect,
B C, and at the Department
oi ks, (ittawa.
fech tender must   be accompanied
ed cheque on a chartered
fil, payable to    the order    of    the
the    Minister    ol    Public
i    tal to ten per cent. (.10 p.c.)
mo ,nt of the tender.
By order,
K   c. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
'.-���  tment of Public Works.
B   November 22, 1910.
Ottawa.  October
1910.
TENDERS.
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDER8 addressed to
The Secretary, Department of Indian
v irs, Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope "Tenders tor Carcross Boarding School," will be received up >o
noon February 26, 1911, for the erec-
lon of a frame boarding school building  near Carcross. Yukon Territory.
Plans ami specifications may lie
seen at the offlces of T. F. Neelands.
Inspector Of Indian Agencies, Vancouver; W. 1" Ditchburn, Inspector of
Indian Agencies. Victoria: R. C.
Miller.   Assistant   Gold   Cotnmissioiie
Whltehorse, Y. T.; the Commissioner
of  the   Yukon,  Dawson     City,   V.   T.,
tnd  Percy   Reed,    Mining    Recorder.
Take Notice that I. William Robert
Dick, cf 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 the river entering the head
of  Dralney's inlet, tlience north   100
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence j name being used principally
south   100    chains,    tlience    east    no
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for wbicli it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th. 1910.
Winnipeg, Dec. 7.���Xo sooner does |
one "sharper" get suppressed in Win-1
nipeg   than   another    appears.      The I
latest game to make easy money has
just  been  discovered  and  the  police!
are now looking for the man who has
been  practicing  it  for   several   days
with success.    Tlie game was to call
up a wholesale produce merchant and
ask for a quotation on a large quantity of eggs in the name of some well-
known business man who uses large
quantities  of   eggs,    William   Boyd's
On re-
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent for the Hall Sa.'e
Co. Office, room 5, Market Block,
opposite City Hall, Columbia St..
tity.    Phone l.^TK.
ra��� CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m.'. Daily except Sunday
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m  Daily
11:30 p. m  Dally
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m...Dec. 3, 14, 27, Jan. 7, 21
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m...'.	
Dec. 13, 27, Jan. 10, 24.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND  CHILLIWACK
Leave Westminster 8:00 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Tende;s addressed    to the    under-
Ottawa,  and  endorsed    on
te  en i    ; e    "Tendei    for    Prince
.   Depot," will be received (,.AVrJ
op to noon on tlie
Third Day of January, 1911,
Car nstructlon of a Buoy Depot J,ie underslgT��ed for a sum equal  to
* Prince Rupert, in the Province of flve per cent 0( the amount    of the
Columbia, Including  the erec- ,PU(ie,.     The cheque will he forfeited
lion o! a Reinforced ^Concrete Wharf, )f t])e per80n tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon
tn do so.   If the tende;- be not accept
Re an undivided half of the soutli
east quarter of section 9. townsliip 13
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 110S5F, issued in the name of
John Sweeny, has been filed in this
office.
Notice is hereby given tbat I sliall,
,',! at  the expiration of one month from
date of the first publication hereof, in
a daily  newspaper published   in   the
City   of  New   Westminster,  issue   a
"ss, Y. T. duplicate of the said   Certificate, un-
Each  tender  must   he  accompanied  legg Jn ^ me.intime valid objection
y a marked cheque madejiayable to b(j made tQ me ,n writing.
,C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Offlce,  New   Westminster, B. C, November 15, 1910.
ed
. _  the cheque  will  be  returned.    Inl
Drainage    and t))<? ovent ���f acceptance of tender the]
cheque will he held until the contract
id, when it will be return
The successful tenderer will he required to furnish a bond in s.itisfac-
tober   approach      Trestle.      Power
House   with    Chimney.    Buoy    Shed,
8ore��, (''ii<es and    Dwellings,    also
tte   Installation    of
Water Systems.
Plana,  specifications   and     Articles j9'p'i'!,'ne(j> wj,en it will be returned
nl Agreement may be seen and forms
<l tender  procured   at  the    Depart-
Tnent of  Marine  and    Fisheries,  Ot-
iwa. at the office of the Agent    of
���it* Department of  Marine and  Flsh- ""The lowest or any tender not neces
�����rfes, Victoria, B.C., Halifax, N.S., St. j aHly acropted.
���'"tin. Nil,, Quebec and  Montreal, at j    The  une>uthorlzed  Insertion  of this
***** Post office. Prince Rupert, B-c-1advertisement in any newspaper wlll
6��ii at the Custom House, Winnipeg.      , , e .,aij for.
Man " j.   D    McLEAN.
Only lump sum tenders, on the ten-) Secretary,
���der form prepared by   th.e    Depart' Department of Indian Affair
will be considered. Ottawa, November 4
LAND   ACT.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of  New Westminster.
Take notice   that John    Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson   Island,   occupation
torv sureties for a sum equal to the J farmer.  Intends  to apply  for  permls-
amonn. of the contract. sion  to  purchase tbe    following    de-
mem.
1910.
BERTH
Each tender must he accompanied
^ an in .epted bank cheque in favor
', i Deputy Minister of Marine and
' ries equal to five per cent, of
"������> Whole amount of fhe tender,'
*liicii i; e |ue will lie forfeited It the
fui tenderer declines to sign   AI'.r-.lrtN
tte Articles of  Agreement   above  re-   AUCTION
���wred  in   or   falls   to   complete   the
'.'I ding to contract    Cheques
81   '      ring   unsuccessful    lenders
����   > returned.
T|'  Department does nol  hind It-
1 aci epl    the lowest    or   any
tender,
Newspapers copying this advertise-
m('w without authority from the De
Wrtmeni will not he paid for same.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
Deputy Minister of Marine and
,, Fisheries,
"epartmenl of Marine and Fisheries,
Ottawa, Canada, November 8, 1910.
scribed lands
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
head of Billings bay, ,��.nd about 40
chain" easterly from the southeast
corne- of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains
thence west 40 chains ,to point of
commencement, containing lfiO acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 20. 1910. 	
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the  facilities' of  their
| laage and strong bank-
I ing organization.
II Interest is paid on Savings
.xenography   *  typpwr.tino II  Balances half-yearly.   ::     ::
~U   "Nsiness   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
H. J.  A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room,
ceiving  a  price the  dealer would be ���    Trapp block.
told tbe he would be called up in a '     	
few minutes and given an order if the I
price was satisfactory.    Shortly afterwards   the   dealer   would  receive   an-  MISS  M. BROTEN,   public   stenog .
other call and told that the price was      pher;   specifications,   business    let-\
O. K. and that he could sent a cer-1    ters.    etc.;    circular    work    taken.
tain  number of cases "at once."   Of      Phone   -Un.     Rear   of   Major    and
course tlie dealer was uot in a posi-      Savage's office. Columbia St.
tion to rusli delivery in a moment and ���  "���������._     ���_ _,,     ~
said   so.    Then  the  sharper  said   he | FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM     22
would send for the eggs as he must |    Curtls Block-   R ��- Box 694'
have them without delay as the eggs I ������sss"""sssss���* ���
were  required  for goods in  the pro- i REAL ESTATE.
cess  of  making.     This   arrangement
was. of course, satisfactory to the
dealer, and within five minutes a rig
drove up and the driver took tlie delivery of the order. This trick worked successfully in four or five, instances before it was accidentally discovered. It is supposed that the man
who got the eggs sold them to retailers in different parts of the city at a
bargain price.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real  Estate and   Insurance Agents-
City,  farm and  sunurban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.;
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B.   C.
MUST   HAVE    PASSES.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSorr&^AyLiNjrFis^^
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
timber  under    I-
TENDERS.
The right  to cut .
Ilerth   No.   536,  comprising
lands in the Province
will   be  offered
cense on
the following
of r.iiiish Columhla,
a nubile auction at the upset price 0
��2 670.00 Including cost ol BUivey, at
." vio-k 1' M.. on Wednesday the
Sth 5 December next, at the office
Dominion   Timber
Agent
situated in
TENDERS.
tli
SEALED tenders  addressed  to
'""leislgnod, and endorsed  "Ten-
������f for construction of two 180 cubic
��rd Wooden dump scows for dredge
���"ul  Lark"   British   Columbia,"  will
Evolved at this office until 4 p.m.,
'"iny.   December   0,   1910,   tor    tlie
""""inlinn of the scows mentioned.
.    ;"ii' and specification nnd form of
f   '"''  "lay   ho   procured   at   the   of-
to?,0'  Mr.   II.   A.   Hayilold,  superln-
'WKl.iit    of
iter, ii, c
Hi IV
of   the
New Westminster!
Timber  Berth  No
the   Province   of    British
SffTcSf1 Meridian, containing
im 'nroa of 040 acres mote or less
an ly&Wi. .w-:
M and  of  record  In  tbe
Branch of the
Columbia,
Township  39
lg
is
signed  by
Tenders are Invited by the R, A. &
I Society for the completion of the
Horse Show Building, at Queens
Park, (Labor only).
Tenders are receivable by the undersigned up to noon, the 10th inst.
The lowest or any tender, not necessarily accepted.
Plans nnd specifications can be seen
at my office, Thomson Hlock.
\V. 11. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
New Westminster, B. C, December.
H, 1910. 	
Dredges,
whore
New  Westmln- rental, eti
in   May,   1910,
Timber   and   Grazin*
TiSSWJ"E!��fc���-...��
llrst   vear. have heen paid.
Tj,e conditions of i a
,,,-p contained In the lim-
of which may
.���ment, rate or
form  of conti act j her Regulations, a copy ^
����o be seen. |ho secured on APPjoa���own   Timber
c' """ specifications  and   form   of I derslgned. oi  ���<>
wntraci i,
Allium
Ull('t may also be seen nnd forms Agent at
obtained   at  the   office   of
u. "���������"   Henderson,   resident    archl-
M' "Otorlo, B. c, and at the De-
Crown
vew Westminster.
P. O. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th. 1910.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Re-Survey of City.
Property owners Intending to erect
stone or concrete boundary walls, or
fonces, should refrain from  doing so
until the re-survey of tbe 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.
Cltv Hall. November 24, 1910.
Department of Militia Is to Be Strictly   Guarded.
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���An important regulation governing the admission of
visitors to the department of militia
and defence is issued today. Every
offlcer, official, or person employed in
the department ls liable to be challenged on entering or leaving, and required to prove his Identity. For this
purpose, permanent passes will be Issued to everyone concerned.
Permanent passes will also be issued to the following: Senators, members of parliament, one representative of each newspaper, and certain
officials of other departments. To all
others desirious of visiting the department, temporary passes will be
issued, which must be given up on
leaving.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteia
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
���nd car line. P. O. box 254, Pnone
473.
HOTELS.
KING's"h6tEL ��� COLUMBIA ST,
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL   GUTTED   BY   FIRE.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate.- McLeod &
Watkins. proprietors.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING J
Estimates Given on Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson Blk.
Phone 388
LABOR AGENTS.
Spectacular Afternoon  Blaze at   Por- COAST   LABOR    AGENTSl    MANA
tage la Prairie.
Portage   la   Prairie,   Dec.   7.���Fire, I
wliich    started   yesterday   afternoon,
practically  gutted the  Merchants hotel here before it was brought under
control.    Tlie firemen were hampered
by zero weather, which soon covered !
everything   with   ice.    The   flre   was |
spectacular  in  the  extreme,   several i
women  being   carried out, and   two'
with  difficulty  restrained  from  flinging themselves  headlong from  upper
story windows.    Some of the guests'
effects were saved.    The hotel, which
has been owned since October by J. I
and   H.   Jeffreys,   was  built  in   18SB, |
but  extensive   additions   have   been
made since then.   It Is valued at $50,-
000.   The insurance is about $30,000.
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Yancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given tb all orders for
male help.' Ring us up, wire or
write lf unable to visit us.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3.2 te 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
1
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of tills lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth stieets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., fecording secretary:
J. W. MacDontild, financial secretary
CITY     OF     NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Applications for the position of
Plumbing Inspector will he received
hy the undersigned up to Monday, December 12, nt flve o'clock p. m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, November 29, 1910.
$100,000 for Johns Hopkins.
Baltimore,  Md.,  Dec.  7.���Announcement was made last night of a gift of
$100,000 to the Johns Hopkins univer
slty endowment    fund
Keyser, capitalist   and
the  board of trustees of the university.   The university must raise $7i0,-
000 ln order to secure $250,000 from
the general educational board.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice re Water Rates.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
NOTICE.
A Gray having left my employ Is no
longer authorized to collect my accounts and checks.
A. BREHANT.
December 2nd, 1910.
Ratepayers are  le.uested to note,
by order o f the council, that on and
by  R.  Brent'from   January   1st,   1911,   quarterly
chairman   of   water rates will become operative.
The piesent 25 per cent. <ii,scount
will be allowed from accounts paid
during the whole of the flrst month
of each quarter; i.e., January, April,
July and October.
The full account will be required
during the sscond month.
After   tlie   second   month,   unpaid
quarterly accounts will be dealt with
in accordance with Water By-law 30.
W. A, DUNCAN,
City I Clerk.
���    December G, 1910.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-,
pany's wharf, Now Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster.
Westminster
Transfer
'���fflce 'Phone lie.     Barn 'Pkoot 181
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   Le
any part ot the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFPIOK���TRAM DSPOl. r    PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8,
1910.
City News
Polish Your Furniture
���with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brin. s out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistio
finish to which dirt and dust will not
adhere.   Ju9t try it and you will see how
much txnter it is than . py 9$)}?. po*"*-
Johnson's
r Prepared Wax
work, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax ls
for all danolnif floors. w .wh8
You can get Johnson's lr��e book.   >��� ne
��� Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
ind Furnltur ���' and these preparations ot
ANDERSON & LUSBY 1
COLUMBIA STREET.
Those who are desirous of
obtaining The Best in
Business Training
attend the "Modern."
Enroll   now, no need to wait until
the New Year.
Day and evening sessions.
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
Xmas Gifts
It will pay you
to get our prices
on USER CARVERS and
CUTLER\ before
buying elsewhere. The
quality is the
highest and our
prices the lowest
ft
James &
McClughan
Cor. Sixth and
Fronl Sts.
A. W. McLeod, tho insurance Wan,
spent yesterday at Hazelmere and
Blaine on business. .       ,
Feast of DaySicBazaar, Oddfellows'
building, Eighth street, Saturday afternoon and evening, Deveraber 10. **
The tug Flyer, with 300 tons of
coal, arrived from Ladysmith yesterday noon and docked fit Gilley Bros,
���,vharf.
''Now is thc time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.   n;oiifi R208. **
H-ed Kerr, night clerk at the Hotel
RusAfcll, Is on the sick list, but he is
expected to be able to resume bis,
duties in a day or two.
The F'^naia,. ft, ��, fc e&ffll lfi **��&
Victoria ytjsterda. \vitii a eaW> of
Woial merchandise for WteW merchants.
Davies Green Tttnises is the pi Ace to
get bouquets, floral designs, ^nd ,VH
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone  r 20S **
Several additions are ',eing MJilt to
the plant of the Campbell idvw company's mill at Hazelrjere, tiie amount
of business offerings being in excess
of the present cat_ ,��city of the mill.
Washing Da';, Ironing Day, Mendiftg
Day, Reception Day, Sweeping Day
aad Baking Day. At the Feast tf
Days, December 10. **
Work on the extension of tbe B. C.
E. K. wharf at the foot of Eighth
street will be started today by W. A.
Gilley, who has the contract for the
work.
J. J. MacKay, the new city treasurer, commenced work at tiie city hall
yesterday and J. A. Hennle, the retiring treasurer, moved from there to
the Westminster Trust block.
The remains of William Landis, a
fisherman, who died at Koyal Columbian hospital on Sunday, were interred in the Douglas street cemetery
yesterday afternoon. Kev. Robert
Lenuie conducted the burial service.
The body of John Watkins, who
died in tlie Royal Columbian hospital
on Tuesday, was shipped to Bellingham yesterday afternoon. Murchie '&
Sons made the necessary arrangements.
Residents on Barnston Island think
they are entitled to better postal facilities than they have at present, and
have aoked the secretary of the board
of trade to take the matter up with
the authorities.
A land slide on tbe G. N. R. near
White Rock caused some trouble to
j the railway company yesterday, tlie
| exertions of a gang of men and tbe
j use of a steam shovel being needed to
'. clear away the earth from the track.
^,.   vv".   iuyi.e.s,    pieoiut-iit    oi    u.u
��.��,-..��..,  ,,..I  ��._.v ....  city  witu l.*c
i^mma v. uiittS^culuiQ ��v.*olul LOil��i-
t.^/i.o    ncc   u.iu    \..i    i..c    itdtf***.!   liiain-
land.   -Mr. Twelves is expected to ar-
li.u some time next month. |
Yesterday was the last day on'
which applications for renewal cf
license might be received from hotel |
and saloon keepers, December HI be-'
ing tlie date on which the board of
commissioners meets. All license hold-|
ers i.n the city came up to the scratch.:
evening was not a distinct success.
The show deserved much better patronage than it got. The vaudeville
artists were evidently depressed by
the size of the house, but they did
some neat dancing and singing and
made some jokes fresh iind invigorating..
Clement Davis, alias John Doe, t'n6
Confederate money man, appeared before Judge Howay for sentence yesterday and was provided with a four
years' term in the Dominion penitentiary. Doe had repeated his offence
so frequently thnt he could ^a.dly
hope 'l0r a light sentence __k_ judge
^ottay had no sympathy for hlm.
The far reaching results of the advertising campaign now being carried
ton by the publicity commissioner is
%vid��ftced by the widely Separated
pliirtrs from which enquiries are, re- f
ceiVed. Yesterday Mr. Wade's mail
Included letter^, from Texas, Bermud a_
\iisbon, Dur'a&in, England and Bel^ng.
ham.
V, 0, Fteldt. of OUkla����l�� Man., has
befen tlattfeferred \o \.\i*e Westminster
branch of the Merchants bank, where
he assumes the duties of teller. Cecil
��\enbury, of this city, has joined the
staff as junior clerk, increasing the
local force to seven.
{CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
The Public
Supply Stores
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanatone Heating and  Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Mirrors
For the Holiday Trade
All Prices.       All Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Pete Johnson, drunk and demonstrative, was arrested and lodged in
tlie city lock-up yesterday afternoon
on the charge of having stolen an
oilskin coat from Gaudin's grocery
store on Columhia street. He will bo
tried in the police court this morning.
A  large area of    land    at    Hall's
Prairie is partly under water at   the
present time, due   to   the   overflow j
from the artesian wells sunk last summer and fall. Arrangements are under]
way lo divert, the    water    from    the!
prairies.
Feast of Days.���The Women's 'Educational Cluh is planning a novel feast I
of days for Saturday, December ]u, i
when articles suitahle to the different;
days will he sold. There v ill also he
refreshments and an orchestra in the.
evening. **     I
As far as attendance was eon eeixel
the efttertainment of moving pictures
and vaudeville at the opera house las'
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they nnd their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask-you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������������+������������������������������������������������������
Some Good Buys
��� Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
| Price $850.00, Terms
X Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms
| 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms
��� See us about Port   Mann
CHOICE ACREAGE IN'5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
I, ������������������<
>��������������� �������������������� ����������� ������������������� ���*>*>*>*>������
, Is the thought uppermost in the minds of the shoppers at this season.
Alo ng with all other stores we suggest morning shopping. Clerks and customers alike will find it more comfortable and convenient.
Childern's Waterproof Capes
Another shipment just to hand brought a splendid line of these
popular capes for which there is such a great demand. One particularly interesting feature converning this special lot is tlie lowness of
price, away below other line; we have had on previous occasions.
Another pleasing feature is tlie attractiveness of style; tlie capes are
shown in mohair and linen, specially rubberized, making tliem ruin
proof. Each cape has hood attractively lined with plaid; sizes 1! to
years.   Each $2.25 to $6.00
Fur Top
Lined Gloves
$1.50 to $2.25 Per Pair.
Women's gloves in Mocha
and kid finish with fur top,
and heavy lining. Gloves of
this description are so warm
and comfortable that any
woman finds them one of
the most acceptable articles
of dress, particularly if received as a Christmas gift.
You had better secure tho
size you need at once as we
cannot promise to keep the
range of sizes complete.
Great Variety
In Knitted
Shawls
Shawls with arm sleeve effect, circular shawls, square
shawls, fascinators, silk
shawls, Ice wool shawls,
Shetland wool shawls, in
dozens of attractive styles.
Our showing contains shawls
suitahle for every Decision,
and for old cr young,
Bach  50c to $5.50
Some Special Hose
Best Grades
Many customers realize the wisdom of buying hosiery a little
higher in price than the average���particularly when they have come
to know by experience that there are hose that do wear considerably
longer than tlie usual kinds.   We mention several durable styles.
ENGLISH WOOLSDOWN RIBBED CASHMERE.
Per Pair 85c and $1.00.
Hose witli seamless feet, two    and    one    ribbed,    heavy,    nicely
shaped, soft and elastic;  sizes H_ to 10 inches.   Per pair 85: to $1.00
HEAVY  PLAIN CASHMERE  HOSE.
85c and $1.00 Per Pair. ,.
Fashioned hose of good heavy weight, seamless feet, soft and firmly knitted;  sizes 8Mi to lo inches.    Per pair  85c, 90c and $1.00
It May Be That
You'll Require
Finishing touches to a
Christmas are opten pui on
at the last moment. Tlie llsl
here given we know rrom
experience contains articles
often asked for at this season.
Cushion Girdles in two
mercerized cotton and si!;
in dozens of plain colors and
combinations; all three yards
long with large tassels
Bach 25c to $1,00
Cushion frills |n scilni or
rihbon, 4tf yards long; all
colors. Bach  50c to $1.25
Cushion Tassels, Beparate
tassels, plain and combinations of colors. Each  ...10c
Silk Pom Poms in ,,;;
colors;   per  dozen    15c
Cushion Cords, heavy two
and three strand mercerized
cords, all colors; per yard
10c and    ,".25c
Pillow Forms in ;,il si/, s
I'l to 24 inches square. Two
styles are carried in our
showing, one witli feather
tilling, the other with Oiling
of silk floss: both lines are
light and soft, covered wit:.
white cotton. Pri ���<���. range
from 45c to $1.25
Tea Coiy Forms, filled
with floss, size 11 by 15.
BftCh ' .45;
Handkerchief Centres, pure
linen, sizes ii to 10 Incbi >
square, very narrow hem
Stitched edge. Each 10 to 25c
Plain and Fancy Holly
R bbons in narrow Widths,
for tying parcels, nil color.
and width. Buy them by
the piece of 12 and IS v.,r Is
Per i lece  25c to 75;
Yes we can
Clean it
Our
Process of Dry Cleaning is
MARVELLOUS
We can reclaim many garments you might decide lo
cast aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R 278 and we will
have  the  wagon call
promptly   for   your  goods
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
345  COLUMBIA ST.
Select your Xmas
I   J. H.
I  419 Colum
Wc   are   crowded   to   the
door   and   another   carload
arriued of the woll-know n
makers
GERHARD
HEINTZMAN
DOMINION
&DOHERTY
Easy   Payments  if desired
TODD'S Music House
Columbia Street Phone G94
OPEN    EVENINGS
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $(1,200,000
Reserve         0,1)00,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tbe
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cub.\
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Hico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NfiW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tlie principal Towns ancl
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster

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