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 DEC 2? 1910
!
Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES &
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,UMB r>, NUMBER 273.
J>*
TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.Willi
..^''\
new Westminster, b.c, fhiday morning, December 23, 1010.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
PIPE CONTRACT IS
[ROM EASTERN TRIP    ALMOST COMPLETED
Mayor Lee and Alderman McDonald Brothers Have
Johnston Satisfied Their j Manufactured Large
Jaunt Will be Fruitful. Quantity of Pipe.
Mayor I-u0 unct Alderman John ton,
mo of the Westminster delegates to
Ottawa ni connection with the In
pjoveroent to tlie Fraser river, re-
Lne(j to tho city last night. Tliey
cam(, in on tlie Great Northern from1
M nothing goes wrong with thu
" '���''��� ""��������'���> II is expected that McDou-
aid Brothers, the hrm which Is manufacturing rivetted pipe foi
Will linish their contract
of this week or in the early days of
or
by
the  city,
Saturday
B.C.E.R. MANAGER
GLAD PEACE IS HERE
Seat He
They would have heen here one
day sooner, but Alderman .lohnston
waB seized with a had cold, and fear-
j���g tli.:' 11 might develop Into pneu
. utiiii
come
<;eK's lasl night he was feeling better
iad will probably be at business In
ada; or two.
Had Fine Trip,
Mayor Lee stated that be and Aid. r-
DUD'Johnston had come from Ontario, I
via Detriot,  Chicago,    St.   Paul    and
Seattle.   They had a splendid trip.
1 next week.
The magnitude of the work dme b;
Hns firm in the short, time thev have
1,1 en hei.. |B surprising. They sunn-1
work ahout the middle of lasl March
be thougnt It best to enter the and they now have manufactured
Seattle hospital. Ile was only there enough 26-lnch rivetted steel pipe to
lor a day nnd a half and the doctor extend from the reservoir at Queen's
innounced that he wa�� well enough to  Park to Lake Coquitlam.
bome.    When called up by   the      Approximately    there    is    fourteen
miles of steel pipe. To he exact there
is 74,000 feet. The weight of the
manufactured pipe is In the neighborhood of 2320 tons. This is composed
of nearly 2600 sections of pipe.
There is already aboul live milts of
tbe pipe laid between here and Coquitlam an.l the rest of it is dlBtrlbut-
Speaking of the object of the trip ed along the way ready for laying.
Mayor Lee stated that he had every The Municipal Construction company
reason to believe that it would be buc now bas two gangs of men in the
genial. The case was Well put befoie - work and as many as thirty lengths oi
He fo.ernment by the different dele- Pipe are being put down In a single
���ates and there was no question but   day.
that tbe members of the cabinet When the pipe is completed and
were impressed by the data submitted working at full capacity, six and one
(or tlieir consideration. '���. quarter million gallons of water as ;.uy
At tbe next meeting of the council   City can  boast  of will  be discharged
into the Queens park reservoir daily,
hut with the rapid expansion of
industrial activity in New Westminster, it is considered necessary. The
reservoir holds 2,360,000 gallons.
Of course a large amount  of   this
water will he sold to Richmond, but
the city Of New Westminster will ton- ���
sumo the great hulk of it. I
The intention of the McDonald |
Brothers at the commencement of
tlieir contract was to take down their!
plant and move away as soon as they j
had finished, but If any other business
Offers they will retain their plant here.]
The   installation  of  the  city   water i
Dave Stewart Returns From
East���Sideligh.s on Street
Car Troubles.
1). J. Stewart, local manager of the
B, C. E. R., who has been taking a
short trip In the east, accompanied
by Mrs. Stewart, returned home yesterday.
In discussing conditions hack east,
Mr, Stewart commented cn the fact
that he had been navel lng at a
time v. hen unusual Incidents in finned ion    with
COMING Of CHRISTMAS
MEANS EXTRA WORK
TWENTY TWO PERISH
IN BIG CHICAGO EIRE
Festival of Nativity is Hedged With Tribulations as
Well as Joys.
That the season of peace and goodwill Is not all beer and skittles Is a
fact that is apt to be lost sight of in
the general rejoicing indulged in by
the largest part of the population.
There are certain classes to whom ihe
festive season brings, in addition to
Its call to eat, drink an I be merry, a
i call to work ln a quite unusually energetic manner.
street    car    operation I     This  is  not   a  plea  for  early  shop-
were happening in Toronto and Win-' PtaSi but the first, thought that comes
nlpeg.    Being iu the business,    this:!" "IK,'S Tni,ml ,n Ulis aonDlcU���i*
' 'that store clerks are as a rule consld-
naturally interested him to a consider*]erably overworked at this time, and
able extent, and he has come bask [that for long hours every day. All
thankful that there ls peace between' Ciis week, practically every store in
the public of Westminster and the B.'th,?   country   is   open    from   8 a.m.
C. K. It., and peace between the com-'
pany and lis employees
till  ten  or eleven,  and   on  Christmas
Eve it is not    at    all    unlikely   that
The most exciting thing during MsTfan>' a weary and footsore clerk will
trip happened In Toronto, when a meb I be s",1!;lns a,^d 1)aeiin ��f.' .y ��n llis
stoned  a  number of  stieet cars    on j waJ ]_m_ closie, ��" u> midnight.
Vnncro utro_ .... ., ,,,_,t���_t ���������i���u, h,���      ^et be it said that tbere does not
Yonge street as a Protest against the cheerful bodv of nublic companies of liremen    antl    the    flre
introduction of thc P. A. Y. E. system ;C"     ,    "      ���C"      " Xo    sell   vou ' Marshall  were    under    this
before the company had provided thet-8ervantB  ""in   ""���'   x���""   ">   ���""
Falling Wall Crushes Fire
Chief And Companions
Under Debris.
Chicago, Dec. 22.���Fi e Marshal
James Horan and twenty-two of his
firemen were killed early today ia a
flre which caused $1,260,000 damage
to the "warehouses and stock of Morr.s
& Co., packers, and for hours threa -
ened the whole Stockyard district.
The injured will number more than
fifteen, listing being difficult because
they were rushed in ambulances and
pi ivate autos to hospitals and homes
in many sections of the city. Seven
bodies have been removed.
Al   one o'clock  tnis afternoon    the
PURSE SNAT01ER IS
WORKING GAME HERE
Two Ladies Were Intended
Victims Last Night-Police Know Nothing.
A bold attempt at highway robbery.
Which fortunately was fruitless, took
place last evening ahout half past
eight o'clock on Eighth street, near
tbe corner of Cunningham, the victims being Mrs. J. R'. Gilley and her
sister, Miss Dean.
The two ladies, who had got off the
Vancouver car, were proceeding up
Eighth street to Mrs. Gllley's residence, tind had just passed the corner of Cunningham, which is a dark
narrow thoroughfare between Agnes
and Royal, when a man came up behind  them and pushed    himself    be-
.,.,.,        .    .     , . , , ,i tween  the two.    Tliey  were proceed-
fire had been hedged in and its spread I rngiy Blowlyi as ���,e hlll ilt tll'is polnt
,   .... ,,   .is rather steep, and heard absolutely
''">   "'   ''"   l!illll"��'-  onr.mally i no Boun(]     T,,(,  nm  ind!catlon they
had that anything untoward was liap-
lad been checked
save
attacked hy the flames were ln vain.
The firemen who lost their lives
were caught beneath an overhanging
wooden canopy of the Morris beef
house, when this was crushed down
up.on   them by  a  falling  wall.    Two
who    sell
r, provided
But the hahituai
canopy
bis worship will submit a full report
ol the doings  of the  delegation and
t_e assurances    tbey    received    that
their requests would he considered.
Back with Ideas.
Asked if he saw anything of great
Bonicipal interest that might be put
louse in Westminster in any of the
pwt cities he visited, Mayor Lee re-
l&d that he had, but that would be
isatttr for the future.
Ke   was    interested    in the course
(.?.<  had   taken  in  Westminster  in
tei' ence and particularly inquired
Bker   any   mayoralty   candidates
m In  the   field.    When    informed
fit there was not. it  was impossible   I'ipe and the completion of the B. C.
���tell, from bis phone voice, whether
'It was relieved or otherwise.
HMaraata Jnha.it^u also dwelt ou
tte success of the trip. He stated
' ' Ihe delegation bad heen received
8'.. lurtesy seldom extended to
dei. .ions of the sort. He had every
ta*:. to believe that they bad been
ssful in their mission and look-
rward to some definite announce-
-���:��� v the government in the near
fore,'
'None of the municipality delegates
returned with the two delegates from
tit- council.
ILUGEI OF f'lH BANK
IS ARRAIGNED IN COURT
E. lt. tunnel trom Lake Coqull am tj
I Bake  Buntzen practically  means    thel
destruction of   the Cufltrftlaffi   ri.er. |
This famous trout  stream, which    is]
among the finest in  British Columbia!
must give  way  befoie the march    of
progress,  although  it  is  regretted  on
all sides that such is the case.
Engineer   Blackman   estimates  that
when tbe city pipe and the B. ('. K. R.
tunnel  are  both  carrylijg    water    at
their full capacity, there will be    ah-
1 solutcly no water come over the Sj ill-
way and into the river.    Of course in
I the wet season there will  still be a
i healthy  river  flowing thi ough  Westminster .Junction, but in the summer
the hed of the stream may be used as
a road without fear of the horses being immersed.
proper kind of cars
Without   commenting���that   is,   for j
publication���on the merits of tbe case,;
Mr. Stewart declared tbat the Toronto
I people were certainly    up    in    arms
against the Toronto street railway,1
J and especially hitter against tbe ge.i- j
] eral manager, It. J. neming, dubbed'
I "The Czar" on account of bis attitude I
! with regard to the patrons of his,
I lines. I
I     On the way hack Mr. Stewart spent j
t a couple of days In Winnipeg, getting
| there in time to see tbe street railway  system  tied   up    by    a  serious
strike.
"What stand does  the public  take!
in  connection with  the strike?"  Mr.'
Stewart was asked. i
"I'ubllc    sentiment    seems    to    Vie'
strongly   in   favor   of   the    comi.au>,
from what I could judge," replied the^
local manager.   "The citizens aro put'
to a great deal of Inconvenience   and
trouble, and    naturally    they    rtsuit.
this     The tact that    four   men ove,,-
whom  the trouble  has    cropped    up  Wllt* s0 mmh ,ar!;cr Ulan UM1
goods over the counter, provided you ' ^lie.il._!.1.rel.L_.,T!,.e-me.11 .*'f_re crl18.he.d ! disappeared
penlng was when Mrs. Gilley felt
jerk on her coat.
She screamed loudly, and exclaimed: "What are you doing?" This apparently frightened the robber, who
turned and ran down Eighth street,
turned the corner of Cunningham and
really mean to buy
rubbernecker is solemnly warned that
the  mills  of  the  gods  grind  slowly,
but they grind exceedingly small.
Obliging, but There's a   Limit.
In a large book store recently, a
very courteous assistant approached a
lady who had spent the best part of,
an afternoon turning over the leaves j
Of many volumes, reading goodly passages, and generally using the place
as a public reading rorim.
"Can I serve you, madam," he asked.
"No,"   she   replied,    "I   am  simply
to death, and the burning debris
formed a furnace into which the firemen were unable to dig for several
hours.
Assistant Chief William Burroughs
and Lieutenant. Fitzgerald were with
the marshal under the canopy, receiving orders for directing tlie fight
against the spreading flames in other
quarters and they went down to their
death with Iloran.
j looking around
Mrs. Gilley states that she was
carrying her handbag, in which was
her purse and some other articles, on
her left arm, and that this projected
in such a manner that it was visible
from behind. Her theory is that the
man snatched at the handbag, but
missed it, an.l caught her coat, which
was torn from its buttons.
The coat is a stout corduroy garment, of strong texture, and it is evi-
Other firemen, witnesses cf the dis-! dent that considerable strength muse
aster,  for a  brief  time  deserted the   have been exerted, as the buttons rip-
other parts of the building and sought: ped out| taking with-them pieces of
with bare bands to drag    apart    the , the cloth to which thev were
The lady's
".Shall I bring you a chair?"
As the store in question is rather
narrow and much congested, the sar
casm was a tiille obvious.
reply is not on record.
The    Delivery    Problem
In addition  to the actual work ofl
Belling the goods, many stores are up)
against   the   problem    of    delivering
glowing debris to bring out the bodies
of their chief and his companions.
Finding this a vain effort, they obey-1
ed again the direction of Assistant
Marshal Seyt'erlich and redoubled
tlieir efforts to prevent tlie spreading ���
of the flames. I
The Dead and Missing.
The  known     deail
Marshal
...  .i,o   .', ��.,i   rf James Horan, Joseph Muraweskt, I'm
them,  and   not   only  MJ   toU  �� ^
C. N.
R. STEAMER TO
REACH COAST IN MAY
W. R. Travers Pleads Not Guilty    to
Charge  of   Making  False  Monthly
Returns to Government.
Victoria. Dec, 22���Tlie steamer
Duke of Connaught is nearing completion for the Canadian Northern
steamship line at a MIddlesborough
ship yard ami will leave England
about the beginning of April, heing
due here about the end of May readj
to enter service between Victoria-
Seattle-Vancouver and Stewart, the
terminus of the Portland Canal Short
Line at the head of the Portland,
She will he followed a few i
steamer j
Toronto,     Dec.     22.���William      R.
Travers,  vice-president    and    general
panager of the  Fanners' bank,  who
**U   irrested yesterday charged with   canal
Baking false    statements    respecting   weeks  later by  her
,,.     ' , ,    ,       ,  Duke of Clarence which is alio uaiio:
the affairs of the Fanners' bank and   ^."^ at ��� Brltfch A.pyard and
falsely stating in the monthly returns   js weU un,iw Way.
to tlie receiver-general, appeared    in       The  two  vessels  for the Canadian
1       lice court today.   To th.e charge
twin1 out to him and to the question,
<< ��� ':��� or not guilty," be answered
****. an emphatic "Not guilty." He
appeared very nervous in bis unaccus-
; I Burroundlngs an l the absence
'        friends was commented on,
,!'  was remanded to December SO
':      enty thousand dollars bail.
depositors    of the  Farmers'
bank are    highly    incensed    because
""ii deposits are tie! up fjr the time
''���i:i-     In some cases this constitutes;
a hardship,
Northern line are of three funneled
type, larger than th i Princess Victoria, of th.e C. P. R . and n ������ plans o'
the well known C. P. R. steamers
Princess Victoria and Princess Char-   _
lotto have been taken Into considera- tje(j t|,f. other way before tbe morn
ti a i, planning the two liners f r the  ,���._.    Thf.��� pj io0k a fine prophet."
new  coasting  service ol  British Co-	
lumblft.    -���-- BERI  BERI.
were dismissed for a violation of the
1 rule which prohibits drinking is the
principle at stake, also has some bearing on the question. If the strike
was over a quest hm of wages, or
hours, the people would look at it in
a different light."
During the time Mr. Stewart was in
Winnipeg the few street cars in
operation vet* manned by students,
who were m iking big money. Not
only were they paid five dollars a day,
but they we:o also allowed t�� keep
all the fares they collected. One student Informed Mr. Stewart that he
had collected $fc() in one day, this sum
being divided between I imself and
the motorman. Many of the m n who
rode on thc cars dropped quarters in
the fare boxes, knowing that the cr ���������
received all the fares. They did ths
to show their sympathy with the men
who were trying to keep the cars running. I
"We Walk" badges were worn promiscuously by the strikers and their
supporters, ribbons and tags bearing
the tell-tale words being In evidence
everywhere.
All sorts of conveyances wen
presse.l into service, passengers piling
in pell-mell and paying twenty-five
cents apiece for the Journey from tlie
residential sections to the business
centre. The yonnger people took thel
novelty light heartedly, enjoying the
experience for the flrst couple
days.
When asked for his opinion as to
the probable outcome Ol the strike
Mr. Stewart become non-committal.
"it Isn't safe to say anything." be
laughed, "the  trouble might   !,<���  set-
ewn.
When the offender ran off, both
ladies observed that his footfalls were
absolutely noiseless, from which it
is thought that he must have been
wearing rubbers.
Tbe entire occurrence occupied
such a short .pace of time, that,
neither Mrs. Qilley nor her sister are
able to give any clear description of
the perpetrator ol this offence. They
both state, however, that he was tall
, arv  hour        Am,'��^   'he   missing   are:     Thomas   ;,nd  wore no overcoat
*      ,1        L   boug t for   heir own  O'Connor, James Foster     lame,   ,���,      v;hl, tli,        ,,... ���r ,ut!v ,��� w.,rk
te^i. h^V^ " is unlikely tha.  ths police
ered, Inestimably in order to ��'old the,    ^e M.^e'was ASaoov���M nt
necessity   of  presenting tteir Christ- f
mas offerings in person.    The trend of
modern   life  is  in   tbe   direction   ofj
economy of labor in more than merely physical lines,
This   naturally   takes   the
the flame:; began  bursting from tho
building.
The Fall of the Canopy.
Fire Marshal Horan, with his horn*
on   the   west   side,   heard  the  second
train of
thought in the direction of the mall
carriers, express and delivery men,
messenger hoys, and all the other
agencies for the transportation or
every conceivable kind of merchandise. And fhe spectacle conjured up
is one or over-laden wagons, overdriven horses, and over-worked humans, rushing from door to door, [re
fluently searching frantically tor
bouse numbers, and otherwise burn
ing up their energies, both mentally
and  physically.
The Inside of the postofTiee, also, Is
B scene of great activity, and the let-
ter sorters, a hard-worked class of
men at any time, are heing driven to
the verge of their limit, which is the
limit of human endurance. Many
people have a morbid horror lest their
Christmas greetings arrive a day too
soon, or a day too late, and the consequence is that they mail at the
eleventh  hour.
Britons   Have   Good Scheme.
The    postoflicet    In    Britain    have
] evolved a scheme to overcome tbis,
At the beginning of  December they
will   succeed   in   lra< jng   their  assail-
about, ant,  particularly al  he  bad a good
by a watchmen in    the (start   ft Is true iimt Mrs. Gi.'ley, im-
Morris beef house ai Forty-third and [mediately   ofl   reaching   her   home.
Loomls streets.   An   ammonia   pipe!which is situated on   eibIiiii   sireet.
bursting,     started     combustion     thSt  telephoned    to    the    police,    hill     fur
spread so (illicitly  that  the watchman   gome    peculiar    reason,    neither    the
barely had turned in the ahum before desk sergeant nor   Chief   Bradshaw
knew anything nl all about the occurrence nt ten o'clock, according to their
Statement to the NfeWB representative.
put up special receptacles for Christ-
(Continued on  Fate  Four I
Mauritania
RECORD TRIP.
Records
(Continued on   Page  Five.I
RESENTS     CHINESE      ATTITUDE.
for
FRENCH STATESMEN AIM
TO ELIMINATE STRIKES
G|RLS    FORM    MATRIMONY CLUB.
Fcr"isl   Appeal   for   Husbands   Issued
io Bachelors of the  Northwest.
Mitchell,   S.   1),   Dec.   22���Indiana
tlrls  hi\e  sent  an   appeal  into   the
Northwest for husbands.   Ydhng worn-
Compulsory    Arbitration    by    Regular
Commission Composed of  Men
and Company Officers.
Sleeping Sickness cf East Breaks Out
in Seattle.
Seattle. Dec. 22.���One man l-t dead;
one in the hospital dying   and    four
more are seriouslv ill of berl berl,   aulnental  passengers
peculiar oriental disease which broke  mas at  home.    :     ���
out  on   the   British   steamer   Beaehy
early this week.
The case was brought, to the atten-
ttiOH of the health authorities by the
death of a Hln lu sailor on Tuesday
night. An investigation resulted in
the discovery of the other cases.
" '���;;:f-V'^
��" living at Kokomo, Ind., I
So. '
married  and  tbe  secretary  Is  to en-
?ace in    correspondence  with  young
IC|'elors   of   the   northwest   with   a
uew to matrimony. The appeal says.
We lloosler girls nre told that in
'"' great northwest there are many
;    Blors who would not be bachelors
,! '"������ could find some girl who would
n ��� ��2 ���The text of the
ming worn- ���""��������� "Z mfifttores for preventing
,ave form-  government mess   es ior���   v
Paris
darn
tons.
terest
'heir  socks,  sew  on   tlie'r  but-
cook their meals, take a half ln-
in  their Joys and sorrows  and
J*'***   in  making a happy  home   for
di?" VoW We knnw of spveral sI)len'
11 young lloosler girls who are ac-
ompliHhed In that line and wou'.d be
ts��w       t0   u,ulf"'ake   that,    pleasant
vice corporations was made public to
daThe measures constitute a compre-
bensive plan 'or ending the strike evil
Sfhertflroadsandto^PS^
services by  means    of    an oi ganize i
* ifatlon commission. eW**
rtSresentativea oi the men and com-
Eoncan   Indicate   the   method
>"      :l  service
Archbishop Langevin Goes Home.
Montreal.  Dec   22 ���After  a  ��W��
illness Archbishop Langevin. of    St.
Boniface, left, the hospital bere and
has gone to St.. Isador de la Prairie
his native village.    He is st. II weak.
Breaks  All
Round  Trip.
Fishguard,    Dec.    22���The    Maiir,-
t.iiiii. which left. Liverpool on Decent
her 10, in an attempt to make   tb ���
round trip across the ocean In record
time,  arrived  here at  10.22  tonight.
Tlie Quick voyage enables   the   con-
to  spend  Cluis
the first time
that  any  large  ver.se!  has discharged
her passengers    and    mals here    aL
night.
The flrst train left, for London a'
10:115, and one carrying the continent.
al passengers and mills left, half an
hour later. The eastward passage
was made in four days, fifte tn ho.urs
and twenty-, even minutes, the shin
maintaining an average speed of 27.7
knots.
The steamshl > company has granted the entire crew two extra day's
pay for the successful trip.
Novoe  Vrcmya   Suggests  Government
Bring   Orientals   on   Frontier
to    Senses,
St. Petersburg, Dec. 22.���The refractory behavior of Chinese provincial authorities in Manchuria Is tb;
subject of an editorial to appear in
the  Novoe Vremya  tomorrow.
The newspaper recalls a series Oi"
Incidents within the present >ear, tho
series culminating with a reference 11
ti maltreatment or Col, Raddazl, com
mander or the Amur Cossack regl'
ment, who was arrested on December 16, while visiting the Chine;e side
near Blagovieshtchensk. Col. Rad
dazl was bound, his epaulets lorn off
and he was spat upon. Finally he
wjis released by two cossacks.
The Novoe Vremya Suggests 11
would he Ihe serious task of diplomacy at Peking to call the government
to It senses in order to prevent eha 13
at   the  frontier.
JARVIS m UNDER ARREST
FOR SllirriMi HUMAN BODY
John   McSorley  Maintains    He    Sent
Turkeys to Montreal, Not Remains
of Matthew Johnston.
BOARD OF ARBITRATION
FIXINii VALUE OF LAND
Experts Deciding What C. N. R. Shall
Pay   Edward   Smith  for   His
Property  in  Langley.
Jarvis,  Oat.,  Dec.   22.���Provinc at
Inspector Rehtirn, with assistants,
opened the grave of old man Matthew
���lohnston here toluy and found It
empty. It was regarded as certain
here that the body found In a barrel
at Montreal, consigned as a shipment
of lut keys, was that of Johnston Riul
Ithe empty grave confirms It
John McSorley, who was placed tin-
I der   arrest   hist   night   charged   with
I knowledge of the (iff. it. was put under n severe examination tonight.
McflOtley Is 11 farmer near here and
described us very eccentric. Ile admits having Shipped a battel Bi
Montreal some time about the middle
of November for a man he did not.
know. He believed tbe barrel contained turkeys ah I he stoutly maintains thnt there was no body In It
when he sent It.
Mntthew Johnston wns sexton of
tbe Presbyterian cburcn here and wa-*
very highly respected. He died on
November 10, leaving sons anil
daughters and other lelathes, who
are greatly concerned over the affair.
The whole town is wild with excitement.
English Aviator is Believed
Lost on Cross-Channel Trip.
Dover,
England,     Dec.    2.3.���The the Relglum frontier and turned, but
greatest anxiety ls felt here for Cecil
Grace, a member of the Royal Aero
He was competing for the De Forrest, prize of $20,000 for a cross channel flight, the competition being open
being beset by unfavorable winds, he
landed at Calais.
He left on the return trip last nl .ht.
hut nothing more has been heard of
him.
It Is thought that he has perished
Jx 3of>, Kokomo, Ind.
only to English aviators.
He reached in the waters of the channel.
All day long yesterday Judge Limp-
man, of Victoria; W. Norman Bile,
K.C, and J. H. Diamond, of New
Westminster, sat as a board of arbitration on the value of certain land
owned by Edward Smith and wanted
by the C. N. R. for Its rig.it-of-way.'
The land is situate.1 in Langley.
The railway company offe.td the
owner $2600, but this was not acceptable to him and the matter wtnt   to
arbitration.
Yesterday morning snd afternoon a
host of witnesses, professing to know
something about the land values in
the vicinity, were examined, but the
arbiters have not yet sufficient data
to fix the price of the_land and the
hearing will be resumed" thli morning
OPPOSlTES.
Faker Cook on Board Boat Named for
Father of Truth.
New York, Dec. 22.���The steamer
George Washington, with Dr. Frede-
lick A. Cook on board, has reached
quarantine. The doctor was cheerful
and apparently l:i good health. When
flrst approached he said he did not
care to give any general statement-
Start In 1913.
Montreal, Dee. 22���General Manager
Chamberlin   says   the   G. T. P. lino
from Fort George to Vancouver will
be started In 1913.
General Store Destroyed,
Tate, Bask., Dec. 22���Kellett'e
eral store was destroyed by flre this
The sittings are being held In the  evening.    The family had a Barrow
court room at the court hou3e.        ���     escape.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBE
R 23, 19l0_
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Wants
WANTED.
WANTED��� FIRST-CLASS MEN FOR
lire, accident and life insurance;
only those who can produce results
need apply. Apply Box 20, Daily
News Ofllce.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box S, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS    FOR    PRI-
vate boarding house; lirst class
board; all bome cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 613 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write flre insurance in the district;
onlv good pioducer need apply, giving'full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver. B. a	
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved. with buildings, ln the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 02 Hastings stieet east.
FOUND.
FOUND-A SURE AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises for either man or beast,
without, operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at anv time free of charge witli E.
Grevell, 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
WHITE,
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
SIX choice building lots on Edinburgh
street, near Eighth avenue, only
$500 each; terms to arrange, This
is the cheapest property to be had
in this locality.
GERMAN CAPITAL
EMULATES PARIS
TWELVE lots on Tenth avenue west
on the highest ground In the city.
These lots will double in value in
the near future; only $500 at tho
present time, on easy terms.
FOR  SALE.
ALSO choice building lots on Dublin
and London stieets, west of ths
orphanage, excellent view property.
This wlll some day be the most
popular residence section, as the
location Is unexcelled.
_OCI<! li this a snap? Large lot and
two houses near car and water
front, at Sapperton. rents for $17.00
per month; price $1000; only $300
cash, and the balance to be paid
as rent.   Owner must sell at once.
wffiTETlHffls^
Real   Estate  Agents.
628  and  746  Columbia  st.
New  Westminster.
Pleasure Palaces With
French Names Introduced
in Berlin.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladles from |12./5
��P.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
FOR     SALE���BEAUTIFUL      EIGHT
roomed modern house    (practically
newi,  situated on  the    best    resi-,
dential street in New Westminster, j
commanding splendid view of upper
Kraser liver.    Large rooms,    bath,
���   toilet, stationary tubes and furnace, |
concrete foundation and    full    size THE
basement; connected with gas, elec-j
trie light and   sewer.    Half   block
fiom  city  car.    Price  $7500.    Kasy
terms.    Apply  Box D.  J.  M���  Daily
News office.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
Trapp   Block
Phone 711
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
FOR  SALE���General  store and  building on acre lot;  house over  store, i
consisting   of   two   bedrooms,    kit-
chen, parlor, stable, woodshed and'
storeroom,  including   stock,   postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. H., and
Dominion   Express   agencies;    near
New    Westminster.     Full   particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29
city. tf.
Room
Berlin, Dec. 22.���Berlin is gradually being inundated with pleasure
palaces. Kach new one is gaudier
and moro Imposing than the one before. Whole streets are being given
over to tbem, and the night is lurid
with their multitudinous and glaring lights. Paris Is becoming a city
of darkness by comparison. The up-
petite of the Berllners for these
"night lite" resorts is apparently insatiable. There seems to be no lack
of capital for new enterprlees and
each lavishes hundreds of thousands
of marks In the attempt to outdo its
predecessor in novelty and extravagance.
A couple of weeks ago the "Clou"
���no Berlin pleasure place nowadays
is complete without an unmistakably
Krenchy name���was opened. It is a
truly   gigantic   concert    house,   with
elaborate cafe and restaurant features
As far as the eye can reach there is
an ocean of tables, with a rostrum
for an orchestra or band so far away
that guests ut one end must strain
their ears to catch the melody. People said tlie Clou was too big to prosper, but on any afternoon between!
five and seven, eight or ten thousand '
persons are there, most of them
equipped to remain until midnight.
This week a new "Ice palace" Hung '
open  its   doors   in   the    Potsdemsrs-1
trasse, the second of its kind  Berlin
now possesses, but twice a large and
twice as elaborate as it predecessor,
There  is  a   skating   space   of   -luu
square metres, flanked by three enormous galleries in  amphitheatre stylo
with   seating  capacity   for   8000   people.    Electric sunshine of blinding ef-j
fulgence is provided by 121 huge arc I
lights tind 36,000 incandescents, with a
combined candle-power of 750,000. Ths
ceiling, which is over 100 feet above t
I the  ice  surface,  covers   the   respect-:
I ble area of two acres.
in  a   week  or  two  there  is  to   he
opened  another immense and  ornate
I pleasure parade in the Rehrenstrasse,
the new concert and dance establish-
' ment   of   the   Metropo    theatre.      In
i keeping with the spirit  of tbe times
i the concert house will be called "La
Mascotte"  and  the  terpsichorean an-
6, Westminster Trust Building , nex, "Palais du Danse."
If you hav'nt bought him that
Christmas Gift, you should see our
Haberdashery Department, it is aglow
with choice and exclusive creations
that would make the
Most Appropriate of Christmas
Gifts ior any man, any young
man or any boy
qmiinnniiii'!.iii!.,!;il|M'lll'lj!ll_'
Suggestions:
Box 160.
Neckwear,   Gloves,  Shirts,  and
Pajamas, House Coats and
Bath Robes.
Our Haberdashery is not the
kind that confronts you
everywhere.
Hosiery, Collars ancl cuffs,  Mufflers,
Shirt Protectors,  Suspenders,
Umbrellas, Underwear,
Handkerchiefs, Etc.
We show exclusive styles from the
best manufacturers.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
New Westminster, B. C.
����ho. e 661 Residence  Phone
133
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
The   amazing   thing   about   all   the
new places is that they seem to coin
| money   from   the  night  their  portals
j are thrown open.
We wish all our customers and friends a "Very Merry Christmas
and Prosperous and Happy New Year"
REID   & CO.
"Store  of Satisfaction"
601  Columbia St.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOK POUT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 20S Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���OX EASY TKKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279. City.
FOR SALE Oft RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street.    Apply on premises for par-
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tn��
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tbe tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
ticuhirs   or 512 Fourth street.
West mins- er, H. C.
New
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR SALE OR RENT���NEW FIVE
room house, panty, bath room, sine
room, open fire place; large lot, for
sale or rent, or will exchange for
part payment in good building lot,
New Westminster, Burnaby or South
Vancouver. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds. <   !
TO     RENT���NEW    SIX     ROOMED
house, fully modern, close in; rent
$20 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co., Ltd.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
KOOM 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
^ofumhlp ******* <*iri riarksnn
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5> p. m. at Room 14. C23 Columbia
ntrfr-t
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
business and central residential
property. The People's Trust Co.,
Ltd., Loan  Department.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
t*rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C.i
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage'B ofiice. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot Montreal.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RE8ERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ana in London, Eng-
Iind, New York, Ch'tsgo and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Djpsrtment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over (186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office snd store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
snd car line. P. O. box 264, Phone
473.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretary
ittas
Christmas Bells
RING UP PHONE 66
t<
If you get it at Mackenzie's
Pharmacy, it's good'
i"
This motto applies not only to his regular stock,
but to his beautiful line of
Christmas  Presents
consisting of the choicest assortment of
Perfumes, Toilet Sets,
Xmas Chocolates, Leather
Goods, Etc., Etc.
F. J. MACKENZIE
Dominion Trust Building, Columbia Street,
New   vv estminster
A TTENTION !
Don't fail to Investigate this proposition. Thirteen acres fl :'"'-'
on the Clark road, Coquitlam, The Stave Lake Power Company line
runs through portion of the property. This is one of the besl buys
to be found ln Co<|ultlam. Price $500 per acres; terms, one-third
cash, balance tl, \2 and 18 months at 7 per cent, interest.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd*
T.  H.   McCormick   Manager Real  Kstate Department.
451  COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
iLEES
LIMITED
3PI8SUCCESSORS   TO    LEE'S  FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527 Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 550.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist In Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.   Telephone 806.
Room 13 Dominion Trust Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.   _
rl
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturday*
FOR PRINCE RUPERT     -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection nt Prince Rupert for Stewart. S. S. "Prince Albert" wlll leave Prince Rupert January 6th and 20th for Port
Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed"
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago   and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto,    Montreal,    Portland,    Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
Special Holiday Rates to Victoria for Sailings Dec. 24th and Dec. 31st
For tickets, time tables, illustrated literature, and all Information
ftpp'yto taifc|..ifo.i.ii.,.i;J
HARRY G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCB,
City Pass, nnd Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent.
627 Franvllle St., Vancouver, B.C.   Phone 7100. Phone 3060.
GENERAL AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC  STEAM8HIP LINES. FRIDAY,
DECEMBER 23, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Gram-o-phoues
$15.00 up
Easy
Payments
One Best
ristmas  Gift
and the one that brings the most grateful
recollections of the giver is to be found in
inert
Never has it been possible before to give so much entertainment and
genuine pleasure at so modest an outlay. <l Think of obtaining for a
vkiroias $ioo to $300   few dollars the means whereby there is always at one's
command the priceless voices of the world's great singers,
exquisite instrumental melodies, by famous bands and
orchestras, and the best achievements of the kings and
queens of comedy. <J Think of having all this in the
home ready to entertain yourself, a few friends or a
house full of guests.
CJ Sizes, styles and prices ($15.00 up) to suit all purses.
Over 3.000 selections to choose from.
C| Double-sided records are 90c. for the two.    Sample
by   mail  on  receipt of price  and 10c. for postage.
(J Call at the nearest dealer's to-day and know what
this wonderful entertainer means to you.
CJ Be sure to hear tfte VICTROLA.
Easy payments \tf
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited
MONTREAL
Dealers Everywhere
and you can't go wrong.
Remember this trade-mark
Victor No. 1,
Victor No. 2, -
Victor No. 3,
Victor No. 4, -
$31.00
42.00
C0,00
63.00
Victor No. 5,
Victrola XII,
Victrola XVI,
-  $ 75.00
-   150.00
250.00
All the latest records kept
90 ; 12 in. single side, $1.25 ;
Call at our store and hear these wonderful machines play
in stock. Single side 10 in. 75c ; 10 in. double side,
12 in. double side, $1.50.
Easy Payments on Gram-o-phones  if desired.
You are welcome in our store whether you buy or not.
J. H. TODD'S
419 Columbia Street
MUSIC HOUSE
New Westminster, B. C.
READ
FULL PAGE
Announcement
of
Bargains
Tomorrow, on Page Six
f
Johnston's
Big   Shoe    House,   Limited
Bargains in
WATCHES
Remember, we stand    behind    every
Watch we sell.
Boys' regular $2.60. Sale price ..$1.50
Boys' regular |6.00. Sale price ..$4.00
Ladles'  regular  $18  gold-filled  watch
26 year guaranteed case fitted with
Waltham      or      Elgin      movement
$12.50
for   	
A great variety of "gents" watches
to choose from at greatly reduced
prices. Don't let this opportunity pass
If vou intend purchasing a watch.
T. GIFFORD
The Jeweler
New Westminster, B.C.
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.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bank,
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
"Nsiness Accounts opened
on ravorable ternn. ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
Columbia St
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 967.
NEW WESTMINSTER       * B. C.
NEW   WESTMIN8TE. ,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
PLAN 10 MAKE SUGAR
AT STRATHMORE, ALTA
Farmers of District Are Enthusiastic Over Project of
Beet Industry.
Railway Time Tables
Strathmore, Dec. 22.���A large and
enthusiastic meeting of tlie farmers
of the Strathmore district was held
in Brown's hall today for the purpose
of discussing the question of the es-
tahlishment of a sugar factory at.
some point in the district.
\V. (i. Way, president of the Strathmore branch of the A.F. V��� presided,!
and great interest  was manifested In'
the question by the farmers present
iii   the  organization  of  the  co-operative company.
II. Sorenson, It. B. Robson and F,
(i. Weade, experienced farmers in the
culture of sugar beets, addressed the
meeting, pointing out the adaptability
of the conditions existing iu the
Strathmore district in the matter of
soil, climate, abundance of water, etc.,
for raising sugar beets. They also
contiasted Ihe profits to be derived
from sugar beets with that of wheat
raising. Mr. Robson was for a number of years fieUlman for a large beet
sugar industry In Colorado, and gave
a very Instructive and practical address on the culture of tlie plant. He
Baid that In no state of the Union
where it proved a very profitable crop
were conditions for the growth of
sugar beets any more favorable than
In this section of Alberta. Twelve
tons per acre Is only a medium crop,
and this at $5 per ton would yield a
larger profit than from wheat raising.
Organization of Company.
Dr. Max Weideman. the promoter of
the company, explained the conditions
under which it is being organized. It
is to be called "The Co-operative
Farming and Manufacturing Company, Limited," with a capitalization of $1,000,1)00, and head offlces in
Calgary.
Supply    Is   Assured.
Ur.  Weideman   stated  that  he  had
made a canvass of the farmers of the
district, and had agreements already
signed   for  the   growing  of   at   least'
.000 acres of sugar beets for the ensuing year.      He  felt  confident that
the experience of the first year would |
be such that a greatly increase.I acreage   would  be  seeded  to  sugar beets
year by  year.
The location of the proposed plant
would depend entirely on the quantity grown In the vicinity of any particular point, so as to reduce the cost
of transportation to the factory. Loading stations would also be eatab ished
along the railway lines at which tbe
farmers could deliver their crop.
Preference   stock   in   the   company
would be allotted to tbe farmers nil
tivating sugar beets, and these woul 1
>e represented  by  four  director,   on
the  board.    The  common  stock  wlll
be  held  by capitalists,  wbo  will  sup-
ply the funds to establish the plant.
The establishment  of a  beet   sugar
industry will be a great thing for the
farmers   of   the   Strathmore   district,
and  be of great  benefit  to the t .wn
should    the    factory    be   established
here.
It is in intensive farming that the
great wealth of the Irrigation district lies, and the experience of the
farmers iin the Raymond (.:|tt;Vt
since the sugar beet industry was
established there leaves no room for
doubt of its success here.
B   C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5:60, 6:50. 7:20 and S:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there-
after until 11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Gars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S.00 a.m., and every halt
hour thereafter until  11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   nt   7
a.m. nnd every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m, and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
at 8 a.tn. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 8:06 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.;
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  4:35   p. m.;
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
8:17
10:30
4:30
arrives
arrives
arrives
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station. New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
New Westminster
Mail Service
VALUABLE MINERAL
FOUND IN NEW BRUNSWICK
Practically an Inexhaustible Supply of
Woolframite    Discovered   Near
Miramichi    River.
Fredericton.N. B., Dec. 22.���Word
of a mineral discovery on the Miramichi has been received from Doak-
town. and those who are conversant
with the facts believe it will prove of
much Importance. The discovery has
been made by Samuel Freeze, of
Doaktown, who has found what !s believed to lie practically an Inexhaustible supply of woolframite. which is
an ore of tungsten. The deposit is
within half a mile of the southwest
Miramichi  liver.
Yesterday there was shipped from
iioistown to Montreal twenty sacks
of tbe ore, and it will he milled at
Montreal, to   test   its   richness   und
value.
Woolframite is a rare metal, and
so far as can lie learned tills is the
flrst time that it has been discovered
at least in any quantities, in New
Brunswick. It is understood that
some Moncton men are interested
with Mr. Freeze in the development
of the property.
THE
TIME,   THE     PLACE
THE     GIRL."
AND
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
523 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.. Etc.
Chicago's most successful musical
play, "The Time, the Place and the
Girl," wlll he the oifering at the
Westminster Opera house, Friday,
December 30. The production given
here will be exactly the same as
given 460 times in Chicago. The
cast is a large one, and is headed by
that amiable comedian. George Eb-
ner, who in the character of "Happy
Hicks," the gambler, is said to have
the best part he has ever portrayed.
The chorus is said to be pretty and
vivacious aud good singers as even as
dancers.
"The Time, the Place nnd the Girl
Tfme Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. It.
Idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  0. E. R.
idaily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. It.
(daily except Sunday;..  7:30
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(daily except  Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday);. 7:30
15:00���United States via G. N. K.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All   points  east   and  Europe (daily)     7:30
23:00���All points east and Europe (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton nnd Fraser
mills      (dally      except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds    (dally    except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam   (dally    except
Sunduy      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���Annlevllle,  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday    13:30
O'OO���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver,    Piper's    Siding     via    O.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   nnd   Bat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   16:00
JO: 00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)    7:30
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)        7;30
undoubtedly one   of the   greatest
successes of tho season, and Manager 115:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
McCaig is fortunate in securing it for t and   Hn.lemen    (Tues-
his patrons. day, Thursday and Sat-
7^
L&mil I
f-'
3��
PAGE POUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish.
Ilia Company, Limited, at their offices
l_ft'ii_r  of   McKenzie
and    Victoria
Streets.
WHY NOT JUDICIAL BODY
FOR PREVENTING WAR?
rJ.
FRIDAY,  DECEMBER 23, 1910.
^0~AMEND THE  BANKING LAW
As a general rule it  may be    said,
hearing in  mind the
Canadian Experiences Cited
to Prove Value of Inter
national Arbitration.
Washington,   I>. C,   Dec.   22.���"International Relations Between tiie IJ.
S. and Canada" was the subject of a
comprehensive address by Justice \V.
U. Riddell, of Toronto, before the International  conference  of  the  American Society for Judical Settlement of
international Disputes.
11 ious cireum-      James Brown Scott, socicitor in the
1 1 1   ������,..,ii  state department and president of the
stances and conditions which pievan  so(,iety_  0J)ened   tll(1   eonference   with
in connection with the financial affairs  an explanation of the purposes of or-
��� n      ���v,,.,nriiiu.   ganization. which, he said, "seeks to
of a vast,   new,    rapidl.    expanding  BtrengtM���  sentiment  where existing
country like Canada, that the various an(j to create sentiment where it docs
���t ,h��   ��Anntrv  not  exist in  favor of judicial  settle-
..anking institutions   of this   countr.   ^^     _t Btanda for peJfriAeiit cpui t
have stood the test of time well and  as   distinguished   from   a   temporary
,   fc .  .,        ,.��� offi.t.ntiv  tribunal, a court composed of judges
have proved that they are efficient!)   ^   profe8���|oni not a trlblma] comp08.
and well managed.   The statutes gov-  ed of judges by mere appointment."
1    .   ,f ti,���c, most im-      Andrew    Carnegie,   developing    his
crning the conduct of these most Im | ^.^  ..^  ^  ^.^ ^   ^.J
jiortant institutions are for the most   from a revIew of recent events in the j
n  !���,.,,,���. 1 ���,�� m safeguard'movement  for a  premanent court  of,
part  so well  framed as to Bale8uara, ftrWtral justlce# chal>cteri_3i3 "the ap-
thc public against ]iossi!)le loss or in-  pea] t() conscience, not to the pocket,":
,,..,,   ,_ ,��� ,.,1,.,. ..rrnlr.  as the paramount question,
jury.    Hut In these, as ... othei affairs        .^   . . . . ^  ^.^ .   ^  ^ |
Of human origin, some    few    defects  ress  of various  international  arbitra-
���,   , tions.   from   the   treaty   of   Ghent  in
have been revealed. )su (f) (he w.llcrwavs troatv ,������ ,a8l
Tlie   circumstances   attending   the Jt,al. between Canada and the United
liquidation of the Ontario and    thej states,   providing   for   a   permanent
It evident that!Joint    commission.      Continuing,    lie
Sovereign banks n.a.ie
some amendment t:> the existing law
was necessary for safe-guarding bank
shareholders. This, among other
things, has been provided for in thc
new banking bill Just introduced into
the I louse of Commons. There were
two ways of providing greaier security
lor investors of bank stock. One was
by instituting a thorough government
inspection, which would be equivalent
to the pledging of the  word if    the
said: "Leaving aside questions of
tariff, which are finite outside the subject of this paper, the international
relations lietween the two countries
are governed by the throe agreements, tlie Rush-Bagoi arrangement,
the general arbitration treaty of l'JOS,
and tlie waterways treaty of 1009."
Speaking of the claim by tl.e United
States that there was nothing in
treaty obligations to prevent tl.e
building of an kind of vessel on the
great lakes and that there were a
dozen  shipyards able to launch naval
department of finance as to the    ac-   vessels of the maximum size that can
11  1 in... ,,f m,��� mnnthi-n   be  taken  through   the  canal   system,
curacy and reliability ot  the montn.)
iind annual statements of the charter
lie said:
i
ed banks;   the other was by placing
the responsibility for the statements
made  upon  the presidents,  directors,
managers and other high officials of
the banks and holding them criminally
sind civilly liable for the accuracy of
the documents signed by them.    The
government has   adopted   the   latter
method.   The plea of tlie president of
the Ontario bank that he did not know-
it  was loaded saved him    from    the
fate that overtook the manager. That
National    Sensibilities.
"It   may   be    well   for   the    United
States to consider whether it is not 1
unwise to ask that the letter of the
agreement should be set aside.   Can '
ada  would  be considered   ungracious!
were she to refuse to consent to oth- j
er ships being allowed to pass up the;
canals for use on the lakes.   It would j
look as though she feared a hostile]
movement on  the part  of her neighbor;  that she doubted the good faith !
and real desire for permanent peace
of her elder brother to the south. Hut
both  parties thought that the agreement  was one  that  should  be  made,
and when made, should lie continued,
plea will not longer be accepted.   TI19
manager and directors of a bank who  and one rather fails to see how the
sign its annual statement, must know  convenience of one party should lead
that it is not loaded, and if they do
whethe.
lo its modification. National sensibilities are to be considered, however
not take the trouble to do so they abSurd they may be, and
cannot [dead ignorance as an excuse, they are absurd or not.
This may seem to be a drastic remedy | "Whether by evolution upward tutor the evils revealed by recent bank
liquidations, but no one who has read
devolution   downward,   I   shall   leave!
to  theologians   and   scientists   to  de-1
termine, when man flrst appeared as j
the evidence in a trial at the present man he was little removed;, from the
moment in progress can fail to   ob-   brute.     When   anyone   differed   from
serve that reputable business men are  hira- 1;is onl-v means of argtfment was
still lendine their countenance as the means of arB"nle'1t provided by
stu. ienaing    then    countenance    as  t���e  brute  from  w|)om  he  wftg  ljule
bank directors to practices fraught differentiated���the argument of force,
with tte gie-test danger to the busi- an.l proof by the use of the weapon, a
ness and im eating community.    The  clllb-    So tlie onl>' wa-v to determine
power confer:el by the huge aggrega-  {*!   *'*h\. "f    man . or  w?man  wa*
through the use of brute force, and
tion of wealt.i entrusted to the banks this was extended to the case of the
is enormous. Tl e responsibility must rights of family, sect, clan, .city, na-
of necessity he great also. '  tion.
A most important section in the
hanking bill now before the House
is that providing for the appointment
of auditors by the shareholders themselves at a general meeting, or at any
time thereafter, if five per cent, of
the  shareholders  ask  for  it,  by  the
The Final Arbiter.
"The god of battles was the final
arbiter and man believe'df i&Jaine out
of ten unenlightened men still believe, that war was a necessity. True,
in disputes within the bosom of a
nation, means had been found to dispose of controversy without a physical    fight���the exertions"?:cf qounse
Canadian Bankers'   Association.   The  *-���** the place of the ejefifbgliof liti-
shareholders may in this way through  gant  or champion���but  between  the
their own man secure Information as
nations the case is different.
"The supreme court of the United
to the actual condition of affairs of States has been for more than 101
the bank, irrespective of the reports years dealing with disputes between
supplied by the management.   The in-  sovereign states,   the   supreme court
of  Canada and  the  judicial  eommlt-
creased power and freedom of the
auditor should prove of very great importance to the shareholders of banks
when they have reason to believe that
questionable practices tire being resorted to by the management.
The bill should prove a very useful
addition to the statute book. Though,
of course, it may be contested by
some of the banking Interests in tbe
House we do not Imagine that any
real objection will be raised to the
general character of the measure, or
the placing of mqre direct responsi-
hility upon those charged with bank
management.
E. Brown
618 Columbia Street
Christmas Suggestions for the Busy Shopper:
I
GLOVES. We sell Perrin's, Dents'
and Fownes' Gloves, unlined, silk
lined, fur lined and wool lined; all
shades and sizes,    $1.25 to $4.50
BRACES. A very acceptable gift
for a gentleman, President Braces,
in two qualities; our selection is
perfect, range   .   .   50c. to $2.00
HANDKERCHIEFS. Lawn and
Irish Linen, Silk and Excelda in
plain, fancy and initial, 15c. to $1.50
MUFFLERS, all the latest shapes
and patterns in silks and wool,
(Dr. Jaeger excluded)     50c. to $3.50
TIES. Choice of almost every
grade of neckwear, we have all the
Lnewest American styles, 50c. to $1.50
UMBRELLAS. A gift that he
would always appreciate ; made
with sterling mounting, $3.00
to      ... $8.00
BATH ROBES. A mans wardrobe is never complete unless he
has one; the latest pattern, $5.00
SOX. The greatest range of cashmere, fancy or plain, Dr. Jaegers'
special . . 50c. to $1.25
FANCY ARMBANDS. Plain,
fancy and in combination sets,
all colors and styles, 35c. to $1.75
SWEATER COATS.   The finest
selection of all wool sweater coats
in plain or fancy,   $4.00 to $6.00
I
Christmas Dinner
December 25. 50 cts.
Central Hotel Cafe
Anchovy Paste on Toast
Mock Turtle
Green Lettuce
Cucumber
Relishes.
Salted Almonds
Soup
Consomme
Salad
Waldorf Salad, French Mayonnaise
Fish
Fillet of Sole, Sauce .Mar (_uise
Entrees
Shrimp Patties, Xew York Style j
Spring Lamb Chops, aux Petits Pois
Orange Fritters, Port Wine Sauce
Roast
Roast  Prime Ribs of Beef au jus, Yorkshire Pudding
Local Turkey, Chestnut Dressing and Cranberry Sauce
Home Fed Suckling Pig, Green Apple Sauce
Boiled.
Drolled Squab on Toast, Saratoga Chip Potatoes
Boiled Surrey Capon, Sauce Champignon
Vegetables.
Steamed Potatoes Brown Potatoes
Artichokes in Cream Sugar Corn
Dessert
Christmas Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce
Deep Apple Pie
Meringue Pine Apple Jelly
Fruits.
Fresh Fruits in Season Malanga Raisins Assorted Nuts
Cafe Noir
RSKflfST.lJRJCiffl
Deans' Grocery
Hot Mince Pie
Lemon Cream Pie,
Now is the Time to Invest I
NOTICE
PORTUGAL   TO   START
tee of the privy council at'Westmin
ster  for  a   shorter   period.      These
states  are not,  indeed,  sovereign  in ,
the sense that they can declare war i
against     each   other;   nor,   what     Isl
equally war of a kind, can they levy |
Imposts   upon   interstate   commerce.:
But in many a case tnese courts have'
determined   matters  of  as  great   Importance,  as  are   usually determined
by  war.    It is not  necessary in  this
place to mention any cf the decisions
of your supreme court���it may bo of
interest, however, to mention one in
Canada."
A Canadian example.
Tlie speaker referred to the fact
that after tbe formation of the Province of Manitoba, it was .by the Dominion thought advisable' to form a
territory, Keewatin Territory,    under
.,nlln, ,_   ...._..   .        ,  the Jurisdiction of the Manitoba par-
REPUBUC   WITH   NAVY   Hament, and that this resulted in a
��� bitter dispute as to the Western hound-
Dec.   21.���Ii     is    expected  ary of Ontario.    It ended in 1878, in
a  board   of arbitrators, allowing Ontario less than she claimed, but more
Lisbon,
that a constitutional assembly will be
convened in April.   The present call
is for the creation of a single cham- than the Dominion had originally confer legislative body of 200 members, ceded. The matter lay in abeyanco
which will elect the president of the until 1884, when both Ontario and
aiepublic for a flve years' term.             I Manitoba sent armed forces Into the
The  special  naval  commission  ap- disputed territory, and war was peri-1
pointed under the provisional govern- lously   near.    However,'the   judicial!
ment   recommends the acquisition  of committee of the privy, council dealt
three    19,000-ton  battleships  with    a with   the   contention,   upholding   the
speed of 21 knots each, carrying ten award,   and   this  both   provinces
���guns;  three 10,000-ton, 22-knot cruis-. eepted.   He continued: land
TO THE PUBLIC, MERCHANTS,   RAILWAY CONTRACTORS   SHIP
OWNERS AND OTHERS.
OVER   TEN   MILES   OF   WATER   FRONT.
Dockage with trackage, on Fraser river and North Arm In 75 lots
in city of New Westminster and surrounding districts of Richmond'
Sunbury, Annacis Island, Lulu Island, South Westminster, Brownsville, Port Mann, Coquitlam, Matsqui and Parson's Channel, with
trackage.    Can sell any of the above on easy terms.
Port Mann lots and acreage on easy terms.
Dairy, fruit and chicken ranches  In  Surrey and district,
from two acres to 040 acres, at all prices and terms.
For particulars call on
A. G. Marshall
oo
WELL STOCKED WITH
d Thincte r
ings tor
Christmas
Apples, per box ,,
Candy Special at, per pound  ,.	
Mixed   Nuts,  best  quality,  per  pound
���*���������<
.$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
. -....10c, 20 and 25c
 20c
40c
Jap Oranges, large boxes, special Friday and Saturday, per box
Navel Oranges, best quality, per dozen   25c, 35c and 50c
Dates, per package  1��c
Dates, in bulk, per pound 10c
Chocolates in  boxes    10e, 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c
Christmas Stockings, each    5c, 10c and 25c
Table Raisins, per pound    25c
Table Raisins, per pound   15c
Olives, per bottle   15c to 50c
Cranberries (Cape Cod No. 1), per pound ..16c
Chevalley's  Cream  of Cocoa.     You will enjoy it.    Per tin   25c
Buy Your Groceries Here and Ensure
A Merry Christmas
C. B. Deans
BURR  BLOCK
415 Columbia St.
���Phone 386
anging
Phone F507
>������**���<
South Westminster i
Coming of Christmas
Means Extra Work
(Continued from page one)
ers; twelve ,'50-knot torpedo boat destroyers and six submarines. American constructors wlll be invited to bid
for the Jiew vessels.
"Here was a question as io the ownership  by a province���a Btate���of a
 ... Vi.	
(Continued on Page Six) l
mas matter, which may then be posted and will be held until Christmas
Eve before they are delivered. This
is a system which might with advantage be copied here. It lightens the
ac-1 duties of the letter sorter immensely,
is an advantage   to the   public,
making delivery on time much more
certain.
Hard on the Street Car Men.
The great increase in local travel
on and around Christmas Day bears
most hard on the street railroads, and
the conductors who have to fight
their way through a densely packed
car to collect fares, often with scanty
success, form another class to whom
the name ls not always reminiscent of
fragrant memories. For Instance, one
night this week close on to two hundred people pulled out of Vancouver
on an interurban car. These cars are
I built to accomodate fifty-six passen-
| gers, and the difficulty of discharging his duties which faced the conductor will be better Imagined than
describe:!.
Nevertheless, in    spite of all    the
| drawbacks It entails, the great Christian  for is It pagan?) festival of the
year will be hailed with the same joy
in 1910 as ever before.
canadian
' pacific;
Hiimi ,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Christmas and New
Year's Excursions
One   and   one   third fare
round trip.
Tickets on sale  f
for the
Dec. 22nd to
Jan. 2nd
Final    return    limit
Jan. 5th, 1911
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen, Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
I
I
Local and Eastern.
Ducks, Geese, Chickens
-,-AND���
Home Made Mincemeat
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenu*.
PHONE 370. FR|DAY, DECEMBER  23, 1910.
SPORTING NEWS
ia NOI THE
PUNCH, THAT WINS
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
There are Bev-
i   al]  ten  una
Jn olden Days The Knock
Out Wallop Won Battles!
...Now It's Different.
lop been sidetracked
eral   reasons      Kir .t ^^^^_^^^^_
!   '     .   1'"";;1   '       lly all
'"  "'��� allowed  '��  "���  '  communi-
i ' ,A:; a """" the flghtera train
, ,, 1|"" encounter, and plan their
;'""* aceordln        trusting   to  win
'"i"'""1   r;'""  than bj  the knock-
(llil   route,    hi  eo irse   II  tliei
chance   to   sneak   the
i rule when
STKIKEKS IN WINNIPEG
DISCHARGED BY COMPANY
Christmas
Men Instructed to Turn in Badges and
Uniforms���No   further   Disturbances Recorded.
.   see a
.���  finishing    jolt I
across, they do so, but as ^^
���fbai  has  become of   the    flghte.
' inch'.'    Where  aro the .lim
Hob     Kil/.siinmoiis,  llu
jrfrlw. ""
Jehu
l!:>
Champions wc
���.oxers,   I ^^^
are   dependtng
Winnipeg, Dec 22.���The .tree! railway company this morning formally
  ,._,.���B    ���., ,���,���.���  UL   discharged all its old employees now
lention to his defense as he Is to bit-j on strike, and Manager Phillip wrote
1 ,        ����i  ""t as a  mie wiiimi
two well-matched lighten   meel now-
'"'u'\' "������>���'��  i    paying    as  much  at-
ting  the  othei
chance to
effectively,
repre
and   the' a   letter  t,��� William   .Marshall.
sened.    More^s'cience^has  been''*: 8entln'8  ttf*  *trlkln8  motormen  ���**
troluced  Into the game and the Jab-, conductor^ asking that all caps andj
mi in' >  .     .,.,    .     lH'r   *���**-.  Succeeded   the  fighter  who badge, be 'turned in Immediately and >
��'"���     !   ',     SS   .,,   'loe''u'li;',!.,,r   i""1,1''    l""'"'   d0Wn'   rU8hed   "'    i""1   tha. .he men would be paid off if they I
I     Sullivan.,   the   Joe   W&lCOttB,    falrlj     Bmothered    his     mlvi.rsnn.    t,���   i      ,, I
fK1Ld Uvigne. and the Terry Mc   ,���,,���, an J?aCh! of Mow*  as did  ��.lled al tbe offlCa   T'"s !h :' sovere j
..,,,.. Terrv   MrOnvnn   <_h.-   i���.  ,������.'.  ...   ui.   blow   lo    prospects  of   a    settlement
^���.   ,     ^_ Terry  McGoven  when he  was In his
iave   today   wbo  aro prime,
but   the    majority  oi Then again, the rules
upon eral as the
prospects of al	
which looked promising yesterday,
lib-1     A   complete   service   on   street,  cur
.-_���(���   Ill^    uarmm.m               ��-����.���    -|#     ��_   ,_  unail \ all Ut_e. I,, ,    , , .,
S,re John   L.  Sullivan    foi   more the civic committee, but the company
gj        round, when be wai meet- Vancouver, worlds champion >'(,fuHr.i io consider   these   and will
..""'        mera,    In all   Bob Fitzslm stand by the award or the arbitration|
career,  be onlj   look pan   Australians, Far Away and Far Astray, commission,
thai   weni    longer   than Tell  Strange   Lacrosse  Story. The clvii   committee which was en-
Lround     he   generally wiin by the     a copy m the Referee,   a .porting gaged all daj In trplng to bring about I
route   before   the    tenth  paper  published  al   Sydney,   N.8.W., peace in the street'railway strike ad-
Australia, and dated November 9, bai mitte:l lasl nlghl its efforts had been
jusi cum,, to hand, Prominence I. unavailing. The situation has reach-
given to a tour column cut of the ed aii acute stage. Six cases were
Vancouver lacrosse team, reinforced heard In conn of men charged with
by Thomas Noah Brusso Burns, a damaging the street railway's prop-
gentleman who couldn't come back on erty, All the accused were sent up
the oval, albell be tried on Labor for trial to the higher court.
Day. The lettering accompanying the Yesterday the company issued a
picture tells the public thai by win- statemeni in which it attacks the
ning the Labor Day  nunc Vancouver strikers, accusing them of trying  to
i c.i the championship ol Canada slir "P lll(' foreign population, and of
and America    The glory of 11 all is being at   the  bottom   of  the  trouble
shouted    in  bold  type and    blazoned when the Fori  Kongo ear barns were
forth in Italic headline, Unfortunately
thai  Is, unfortunately for Vancouver
and   the   Referee���Vancouver   didn't
before   tin
i,.,. l had been reached.
1 ,i.ii  scored scores ol knock'
IjL t :. | Qeorge Lavigne, while
em was one nl I In l.i ���
L , ; roduclng boxers whil ever
glove, in the helghl ol
I,. . h L899 and 1900, be knock
I enty-four of biq opponent.
ni them lasting mine than
'; .. |       Pedlar   Palmer,  Bill)
Patsy Haley and Jack
���j,nj wen disposed of iii the Br il
jjiiEil. wl Ile some of the others who
'.,. i  ii count  were Buch fam-
as Tommy White, J"1,
Gardner, Bddie Lenny,
and Aurelia Herrera.
Knockouts Few.
��� he present crop ol cham-
Johnson has knocked oul
.   his opponent, and ap-
���
win the   championship,
wouldn't lei 'em,
FANCY  BILLIARD  PLAYER
TO  GIVE  EXHIBITION   HERE
lacking  sud
downed   Tomni
punch
Burn,  in
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     William     Tole. Che
None of Johnson's alleged   woi id's champion fancy    finger
billiard   and   pool   player,   is   in
attacked.    The  men,  on   their   part,
when asked al a mass meeting yesterday if any ol them wished to take ad-'
Westminster   vantage of the company's offer to re-1
turn to work today, stated emphatic- :
  ally they would not.
The    civic     committee    succeeded
in having the time limit for tne men!
to return to work extended until to-
fho  day.   The company absolutely refuse]
shot   t�� reinstate the four men whose dis-
bas ever acquire I fame be
enl his adversaries down
Billy Papke used to have
fe reputation of being a knockout
il in his more recenl bat-
ems to have been content
liis   men   slick   around   to   tlie
iivj.     - -    -	
tHo   charge  precipitated   the   strike,  while
city. He was al the Royal billiard
pailors yesterday and although lie
was noi giving an exhibition he .how
ed a few spectators Bome marvellous
Bhots, lie la a master of American
billiards.   English   billiards  and   pod
SCORES ARE DYING OF
lr  Ketchel was a terrific puncher,   He has consented to give an exhilc-
dead now.   Jimmy flabby,   tion at the Royal billiard parlors   at
itount for the welterweight cham   eight  o'clock tonight.
.as ti long string of knock-	
I.   credit,  but   none   Of  bis
n- h ve.
��-":..   down   lo   ibe   li. liter   divls-
I Di       r   Moran  nor   Wolgast  has |
��������      e  anything.    Wolgast   can
I   good   men   he   lias   put   to'   _
the  fingers of one hand and' .
a few   digits  left,   while  Moran'
,ys   been   known     more  as   a   Without Check of Sanitation or Medi
"ian  a   fighter.       Wolgast.  for
the men hold that they must do thisI
before the strike will be ended.
Last evening the company took off'
all cars soon after seven o'clock, but
between thai hour and darkness many
of them were stoned, the police heing
unable   to   cope   with    the    situation.
: Serious trouble is expected at any
moment and the militia have hern noli lied to be in readiness for   instant I
! duty.
PLAGUE IN MONGOLIA f** T���� J"*.     _
  In Big Chicago Fire
I let;
Wenl   ililo twelve  battles last]
whi b  no decision  was ren-
He had one draw, ;> twenty-,
I       victory over Lew   Powell, and!
out  four men, three of whom'
'���'���.      scure   pugilists.
The    Punch.
Iv- \ t tell, known as the cleverest
it lite clever, lacked the punch a few
pi :jh, but in the last few ram-
Mifn* he has probably sent more
teers down for the count than any
man in the light or feather-
I divisions with the possible ox-
n of Packey McFarland. I'ecu-
'liese two are now scheduled to
cal   Skill,   Scourge   Is   Making
Awful Headway.
I Continued  from  Page One.)
it.fr
Mg]
Kptli
Lit!;
teet
I call for apparatus  and  went  to    the
. ! stockyards in his automobile,    lly ths
1 time of his arrival, his assistants had
HongKong, Hee. ._.���Unchecked by abandoned the effort to save the beef
modern methods of sanitation or med- house and were endeavoring to head
leal skill, the bubonic plague is rag-1 off the rush of fire toward the other
ing in Mongolia, and scores are dying I buildings. Flames were coming from
each day, according to advices reach- several structures nearby. The awning here today. j ing which later became the destroyer
Corpses frequently are found where of a score of lives seemed to offer a
the nomads have camped, according shelter from the flames and under
to despatches. I this, the crews sought shelter, led by
.......���,..~
In   Manchuria  the  plague  situation
is reported to tie grave.
The German  consul  has demanded
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ that radical measures tie taken to end
j������ ,...���. .   the  epidemic.     lie  declares  that   un-
summing np the leading fighters of le38 lhe ailthnrmes act on his demand that ttie (ierman government
will Interfere.
From the latter part of October to
Iierember, lfi,541! Chinese were stricken by the plague, and twenty-seven
Russians within the precincts of the
KaRtern Chinese railroad die!.
Practically all the Chinese who
were striken have also succumhed to
the ravages of the disease.
Way, the best real exponent of the
old ��i hool, the man who wins by
knockouts, is Sam Langford, who has
''it many an opponent into tempo-
oblivion In.lde of ten rounds.
Nat to him come Hilly Papke, .lim-
���>' Clabby, Packey McFarland, Abe
Attel 1 anl Knockout Hrown.
The Reason,
whj   lias   the  sleep-producing   wai-
Moran, Burroughs and Fitzgerald
' On top of the canopy was a group
of firemen playing streams of water
into the heart of the (Ire. Suddenly,
Lieutenant Joseph Mackey, leader of
the band, felt the wall going and
shouted a warning to tnose helow. He
jumped with his men and escaped
death,  but  below,  the  canopy found
victims.
Meanwhile, firemen who knew nothing of this, augmented by constantly
arriving aides, were standing in the
path of the flames. They stoid Cielr
ground at building after building, only
to be driven back.    Assistant Marshal
The Long Looked for
    Has Come	
A carload of English Linoleum arrived.
We guarantee this to be
English Inlaid Linoleum
at the LOW   PRICE of
80 cts. per sq. yard
Other varieties at 70c.     A great selection to choose from
:entre Tables, from $1-75 to $10.00. Couches from $5.50 up to $25.00
Dresser and Stand, $12.50 up to $40.00
0U. PHee* a-ltow, eg 2���r * ******
Graham & Wilkinson
^*********      ���* "���  mrarr.     I>AVI��
Phone 707
SUCCESSORS TO FRED  DAVIS.
"The  Men  Who Sav.:  You   Money"
655 Front St.
is Near
  so 	
to those who have not
time to make their
Christmas
Puddings
Cakes and
Mince Pies
WE HAVE THEM
FOR YOU
Mince Meat in 1 lb. jars
and 7 lb. pails, just like
mother used to make.
Also
Christie's Plum Puddings
and  Fruit  Cakes
all sizes
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
limb
B.C. Mills
er   and  Trading I Co.
ij      - i
.      |1'5l|   Manufacturers and  Dealeri ln  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12
New Westminster
Box   137
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\ Christmas  Presents I
FRY'S  and   Chocolate** <
LOWNEY'S   ^nocoiaies *
��� Ebony Brush Sets, Military Brushes
I PERFUMES AT ALL PRICES.
| Ryall's Drug Store
4   PHONE 57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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iTN��DRE6BF^ FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and  Csrllne.
PHONE 473
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SS. TRANSFER
Conimencinc: September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Hrackman-
Ker  wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New  Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7.?.0 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Seyferllch, who now was ;n command,
realizing tlie futility of saving the
property tlien ablaze, drew all tbo
men back.
Whole   District   in   Danger.
Tlie assistant marshal acknowledged at tbe time that the whol"
stockyards district was iu danger.
"I've got no water, and we can not do
anything effectively," lie said. "Tl.e
lire ia beyond our control now."
By 10:30 tbe streams of water
which bad been poured on the dehrU
of the beef house canopy had cooled
lt to some extent and the firemen
were able to approach It. Believing
they heard voices below and hoping
against hope that some of their comrades were still alive, they toie at the
pile of debris with bare hands, axes
and poles. They brought out four
dead bodies in a few minutes, but
found no one alive.
A wrecking engine of the Chicago
& Eastern Illinois railroad brought
down a derrick to the scene of the
disaster, and firemen savagely seized
the great scoop and pushed it into
the ruins in the hope of reaching
some of the victims.
The bodies of eighteen victims were
found during the    day.    All    the    injured are expected to recover.
Mayor's Narrow Escape.
Mayor Rjisse, who had goiie to the
fire, and was sorrowful at the death
of "Jim" Horan, with Assistant Marshal Seyferllch, had a narrow escape.
An explosion of ammonia pipes threw
bricks, beams and frozen meat in a
shower about them. Seyferllch threw
himself in front of the mayor, and
then, grasping him by the arm, pushed him away to safety.
The buildings totally destroyed include the beef house of Morris &
Co., with a loss to building and ston;
of 1600,000; warehouse No, fi, with a
loss to building and stock of $550,000;
refrigerator storage shed, with loss
, of $50,000. Several other buildings
! are afire,
This schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
Here is a Snap
Four Ten Acre Blocks  Near  Port  Haney,  Partly
Cleared.
$100 Per Acre. Easy Terms
BEST FRUIT LAND ON THE MARKET
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
1
McQuarrie Bros,
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
I
I
CENSUS   COMPILATION
DONE    BY    MACHINES
Washington, Dec. 20.���The labor
involved in tlie compilation and tabulation of tlie statistics of the thirteenth census, which is now proceeding at the census office, is one which
the average person cannot realize.
In this respect the thirteenth census
is different from all of Its predecessors. The figures are more extensive
because they refer is a greater, a
wealthier and a more populous country. They differ; also In tha); the mechanical means ��t hand fpr performing this great labor are far more efficient than has ever been the case in
the past. s
i    One of the most Interesting of these
I new appliances   Is   the   Remington-
I Wahl adding   and subtracting   type-
i writer.    These machines are remark-
' able In  their capacity, every one of
them    being eiulnped  to  add    anywhere  from fen  to sixteen  columns
on the same page.   As the, adding is
done as a oart of tha writing, the op
eration affords a tremendous saving
both in time and labor.
"A Horse, a
Horse, My
Kingdom for
a Horse"
Richard III. felt the loss of hit horae keenly, but you would feel
just as bad if you lost a valuable horse or horses through an accident or disease.
If you take out a policy on your horses with one of the companies I represent you will displace one of your worries. A policy
of  this  kind   insures your  horses against death from any cause.
r">L1}BJI?<1      COME IN AND TALK  IT OVER.
ill   ���
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
r
mr���<*****������,
U PAGE BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
/
m    B
I
J I m
��?���
WHY NOT JUDICIAL BODY    SOCIALIST ORATOR
FOR PREVENTING WAR?
23,  I910i
fORETELLS CLASH
(Continued from Page Four.)
great extent of territory, larger and
more valuable than many a Grecian
state or more modern duchy or grand
duchy; and yet judges, found no difficulty in determing it.
Let Judges Arbitrate.
"Why cannot, then, practically all
disputes bei ween nations be determined in the same way by a judicial
body? Of course, there aie, or rather
may be, questions affecting the honor
of a state. No man and no state can
allow, it is supposed, another to judge
of his honor. Now, I do not suggest,
that there should be an international
court to decide whether a nation
must tight in order to tie considered
honorable; as in the German army,
theie are courts of honor to decide
whether  a  man   shall   light.       But  in
Victor L. Berger Says Army
of Underfed Will Attack
Ranks of Overfed.
TURKEYS
CXfe
Will be all the go at the market today.
Bei iin, Dec. \*t. '-Like England, but
much more rapidly than that most
stagnant of all European countries,
Germany is approaching a great political battle, tlie preliminary skirm-.
ishes of which have been fought in
tlie Reichstag with heated debates on
the kaiser's famous Koenigsborg
speech. All the eloquence of tlie Liberal and Radical patties against the
attempts of the kaiser and liis chan
., ���VWIV1   i(      cellor  to uphold the mediaeval  mon-
most   instances,  if not  al 1, the'reT is   ar.cl|-v  '.'>' ,lle sra.ee of God have, as
doubt of the facts, and, the facts being  determined,  there is  seldom any
difficulty   in   deciding  whether a na
might lie expected, made no Impression whatever on the majority of the
Reichstag,  but  that  majority,  never-
tion   should   tight.     Why   should   not   theloss,  knows    lt  has  won    only
the facts be determined by an Impartial tribunal?
"W'e liave a law in Canada that employees must not strike or employers
lockout   unless  and   until   an  arbitra-
Pyrrhic victory, for at thc coming
elections the Socialists are bound to
win a large number of seats.
At  tbe present time, the* Socialists
liave  fifty-five representatives  in  the
tion has been had into tbe merits of Reichstag, but even conservative pa-
(heir controversy. After the arbitra- Pers a(imit ,hilt i,f,PI' ,,,e ncxt e,t,<"
tion. tlie men or the masters may de- tlon- tlle-v wlu ,,e tlle seiond larSeal
.dine to accept the award and strike l"irt>' aml Possible even tbe largest.
or lockout. But the arbitration brings when *������''���* happens, a most difficult
out the facts and the instance is rare situation will presenl itself to the im-
in which an award is not accepted l,eri;l1 chancellor���the Socialists un-
with modifications agreed upon by doubtedly will claim a right to name
both parties. I ,,le president of the    Reichstag, and
Would   Reduce   Conflicts. i though     this  official   possesses     less
"If nations would submit the facts < dictatorial power than does the speak-
to   an   impartial   tribunal,   the   occa-jer ln tbe house of representatives at
.ions for war would be reduced indefinitely. The independence of a
state cannot be arbitrated upon, but
a war to destroy independence is almost  unthinkable.
"The main objection to a general
and absolute treaty of arbitration lies
in the want of an authoritative code
of laws governing states, as the mu
Washington, a Socialistic president
will be able to hamper the government considerably.
That the Socialist will claim their
right was proved immediately after
the opening of the pre.-ent session,
when they unexpectedly demanded to
be allowed to name the second vice-
president.    There was no doubt that
At the New Furniture Store, Diners will be the go
Look at these prices and compare :
Set of Six Diners
quartered oak stock, genuine
leather seat; Golden and Early
English finish. Regular values to
$26.00.   Take them today, $17.50
Beautiful Set of Diners
in golden quartered oak, with full
box seat, No. 1 leather cushions
pad seat. You cannot beat our
price on these. Regular price
$32.50, yours tor   .    .    $24 50
nicipal laws of a state governs its ' ,lle demand was just, and Herr Singer
citizens. That objection is rapidly accordingly was proposed, but when
disappearing   through   the   labors   of   the votes were cast, the party of the
ight went on the traditions of the
Reichstag, because they did not want
to make a Socialist vice-nresident,
principally because the kaiser would
liave to invite  him  to all court  fes
international lawyers. A fair code of
international law has already been
elaborated which has received the
implied   assent    of  civilized    powers.
Would  it  be  too  much to  hope that. -   ���    *  ��w
The Hague conference or the perma-\UvBiB  or   openly   offend    the    Reich-
nent board of arbitration may be able i staS-
to draw up a complete code of law by ���     ���	
which   all   nations   would   consent   to   us omissus' is always   coming   up in;|
be   bound?     A   beginning   was  made j ordinary litigation.    What harm could
in  this  direction    in   the  Warburton [ result from allowing tlie board to lav-
treaty of 1N71, in which the contract-   down rules to cover
ing parties agreed in. in Art.  vi., up-   sus?
on the duties of a neutral government, ���ie ;
When down to the market this morning take a walk across to our store, it will pay you.
Oar prices on Furniture, suitable for gifts, are the lowest ever quoted in this city.
Look at This Special!
Cne only, 3-piece mahogany parlor suite, upholstered in green silk tapestry; very tasty design; suite consists of settee, arm and rocker. Who
will be the lucky one ?   The price is only $24.90.
any casus omis- >
'We   liave  got  far  away   from  t
so  far  as   it  was  necessary  for   the   old   'club   law'   in  most  Inst inces.   Is
^^^^ it   too much  to expect that  the two
purpose of the arbitration at Geneva.
These are now good law.
A    Great    Opportunity
"It   might   well   be   that,   the  most
great   English-speaking   nations   will
set the example to the world of the
Full size Brass  Beds, satin or   bright finish,  for the   price of an  iron bed, $15.90
Our Store is just accross from the market
Galloway & Lewis
carefully drawn code would Ve �� ffitS^&SS 2"%,^
Phone 829.
UP-TO-DATE HOUSE FURNISHERS
...v.      ....v.imUMIlill     III
not to cover certain matters���the 'cas-   speed the day."
Corner Columbia  ind  Fourth Streets   New Westminster.
   i m*mmmmmmmmwmm*
TURKEYS!
turkeys!
Whole
Carload
of th
oice
ar
Choice Suet for your Pudding
and Mince Meat for
your Pies
Burns & Co., Ltd.
Phone
101 rIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
TENDERS.
,-,* TENDERS addressed to
S|,'A i timed, and endorsed "Ten
<!* Public Building, Grand Forks,
tie' fof ... 1)0 received at this offlce
�����'���',.im p. i'��- on Wednesday, De-
un"' go 1910, for the construction
^Public lluilding at Grand Forks,
��I '\
B. c'-      .,���,,.iticatlon and form of con-
P'SI18,   ,,,. ,sccn and forms ol tender
tract <aa bb   ^  offlce  of   Mr   Wm
obiai"1"1   '   ,.nvli,ient   architect.   Vic-
Anderson,
li. ��'
resident    architect,
at tbo Host Ollice, Qrand
���na at this Department.
S'       tendering are notified that
not. be considered unless
if. in a daily newspaper published In
*e City of Ne* Westminster, Issue a
1 r\l^!hi.s,ald CertiQcate, un-
objection
<-ss i nthe meantlmt
be made t
Land
minster
vail 	
o mo in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
Registry  Ofiice,  New
It. ('., November
^^ West-
30, 1 '.HO.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lots 3 and 4, Block . being
parts of a portion "A" of Section 20,
Block 5, North Range 2 West Spring-
hill, In the District of New Westminster,
Title number 15108A, Issued in the
name of Catherine B, Brown, bus been
filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that l shall
at the expin "
| MEN AND WOMEN
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
AUCTION       SALE       OF      TIMBER
BERTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
at the expiration of one montli from
the dale of the llrst publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate Of the said Certificate, un
less I  nthe meantime  valid  nManMnii
toria
porks
persons
I t'"der!i,,VS'|1i'ie"printed forms supplied,
n1"1'1' ,'      i   with   tbolr   actual   slgna-l J"*'";-"'"!.."'  ""'" ",a,u *-*="���'"""��������� '"���
W Blg���tn.tlieir   occupations   and : l'ss ' ,nt^ meantime valid objection
<""'s' S?    shle.ee.    in    be  case   of j be "lilll(J "' ** '�� *���>"���-
nfaces oi resiiaence- C. S. KEITH,
the actual signature, tne n�� w Regiatrar of Titles.
,of the ��ccupatton, a��d gacebf     ,_���������
���f each member of the flrjn mlnBt      ���    .    December ,,   mo
^^^^ ^^^^^^ NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
COMRADE HEREl""1"       ""'
ture
I "8K6given.
%   h tender must  be  accompanied
'���;;'' acc6pted oheqne on a chartered
1 iT Dayable  to  the  order   of   the]
*���*���, ' ,;,,.   .the   Minster   of   Public
g   'I'ual to ten per cent   (10 per
���  m of the amount or the   tender,
".,.. will he forfeited lf the person
,Liiiu decline to enter in a con-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
The right to cut timber under '1-
cense on lterth No. 535, comprising
the following .lands In the Province
of Hritish Columbia, will be offered
at. public auction at the upset price of
$2,570.00, Including coit of survey, at
2 o'clock P. M., on Wednesday the
28th of December next, at. Ihe office
of the Dominion Timber Agent at
New Westminster:
Timber lierth No. 535, situated in
thc Province of Hritish Columbia,
comprising Section 28, Township 89,
West of Coast Meridian, containing
an area of 640 acres more or less, as
I shown on plan of survey, signed by
Mr. A. Lighthall, D. L. B., surveyed
In May, li)10, and of record in the
Timber and Grazing Branch of the
Department of the Interior.
A license will not be Issued until
the full amount of the purchase
price, and the ground rental for the
first  year, have been paid
Latter Are Valued Because
Comparatively Scarce-
England Is Different.
and every half ho
INfcW    WtSIMiriSILK    OMMINUI-1.
- Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, G:20, G:50, 7:20, 8
iur thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at 6,  7,  8  and  every   half
hour until 11 p. m.
��i   }t_tii,   uii\e   iiucii   ii.uu.
 , The conditions of payment, rate or
Take notice that an application has rental, etc., are contained In the Tim-
been made to register J. P. Hampton |)_,er Regulations, a c
.,������ ,_ ^ .��e����_  .,. .. Hampton I1"-'1   n.o8uiuuuuB, u u..pv of which may
Hole as the owner in Fee Simple, un-1 bc nccured on application to tb
���  ...       ... ! .Imt 1.,,,���,!       ���,.     ,���     ,h���     f<_r,,i,n       Tl
iiwiu ah  un;  imiitii   in   nm  Diuiyie,  m
der a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher, Assessor of the District of West-
le un-
Timber
"S-ffflJ    I- ��or-��'. to ... P. ... Hole, bearing date
J^Si^th/work contracted | thaalstndaya(Of December, A.D.. 1902,
11 the tender be not accepted the
ELufl will ho returned.
t,, Department does not bind It-
Mlf to accept the lowest or any ten-
der By order,
K. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
Deoartment   ��f Public   Works, Ot-
,,,..  November 24, 1910.
Newspapers  will  not be   paid   tor
,,;   advertisement  if tbey  lnserl   it
2,   _|   authority   from   the   Depart-
of all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate,
lying nnd being in the District of
New Westminster, in the Province of
Hritish Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 24, block
6; lot 16, block K; lots 28 and 29,
block 8; lots 1 and 4, block S, subdivision of lot 20" ^^^^^
Moody
derslgned,  or  to  the  Crown
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KBYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE.
Nelson,   B.C.,   Rifle   Range.
AND
group   1,   Port
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
You and those claiming through or
under   you   and   all   persons
New York, Dec. 22.���"Women are
still comparatively scarce in America,
j and, like any other rare product, are
correspondingly valued," today declared Mrs. Philip Snowden, the noted
English suffragist, who is sailing back
to her own country tomorrow.
"No one who has not lived in both
the United States and England can
appreciate the difference in the masculine attitude toward women in tlie
two countries.
"The Englishman, even the educated Englishman, still regards the
women of his family among ills belongings. If an Englishman's wife or
daughter expresses an opinion on any
subject under discussion, he may take
it tolerantly, but not seriously. Men
and women are not comrades in England, as they are here, in every way
except politically. Your men are
proud of your women; your women
are proud of your men. And American men are so chivalrous In their attitude toward tlieir wives and toward
our sex in general that I believe the
apathy of the women is largely responsible for the fact that tbey are not
allowed to vote.
"Women are cheap in England���
very chea])���because they have outnumbered the men for so long, and
the struggle to get. a husband, which,
until recently, seemed a necessary
commodity, has been very stiff. To j
get husbands, women have felt itnec-
to   stoop   to    certain    things
p.   m.     Sunday���20-mlnutes
Sunday���20 miDJtes
^^^^^^hb FREIGHT EXPRESS SCHEDULE: ^_^_^_^_^_^_.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
CiVy.
20-minute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20
service  from   8  a.   m.   until   11:20  p.m.    ^^^^^
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 6:10 a. m. until  11:80  p. m
service fiom 8:10 a. m. until   11:30p. m.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   ERANC:..
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
i>
Christmas Dinner
~*~     December  25th,   at  the ""���
Royal Cafe
Dominion Trust Block. 12 to 8 p.m. 75c.
" Peace on earth,  good will towards man "
Queen Olives
Celery en Branch*
Consomme a la Royal
'   .'J:'
Glace Champignon
P'.jti
(Kiel
  ISI1U,   ior    uie i |
tion of the scows mentioned. Ifore registration, you and each of you
and specification and form of **** forever estopped and debarred
. ..._ .�� i from setting up any claim to or in re-
specl nf the said land, and I shall register J, P, Hampton Hole as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby order
that   publication   of   this   notice    for
*    ������     . u
mav   be  procured  al   'be  of
Mr.  H.  A.  Bayfield, superin-
I of Dred. es. New Westmin-
I C.. where form of contract
I bo  be  seen
l umi     jmiimi. imi.ti
specifications   and    fmm   ot thirty days In a daily newspaper pub
���tract mav also be seen and forms   lisll"(1   '"   N,'w   Westminster  will   be
ler   obtained   at  the  ollice   of  8ood und BUfflclent service thereof,
m   Henderson,   resident    archl-     1)ated at tlie La11,1 Registry otlice.
ki   Victoria, H   C, and at the De- New  Westminster,  Province of  Brit-
Lrtmenl  of  Public  Works, Ottawa,  i,sh  Columbia,  this  29th  day  of  No-  ,���
as tendering are notified that number, A. D., 1910. |
will nol  be considered unless ***��� ��' KEITH,
Mde on the printed  forms supplied,       , District. Registrar.|
.      Igned  with  tlieir  actual  Bigna-     To Jamea Hogratb, Robert McEweu
stating   tlieir   occuptlons   and   W:llter Eawrence, and Julia Carey.
place  of   residence  of   each   member  ��� ��� ~"
.nil Regiment, .Nelson, ii. i_'.
Tenders must be made on tho form |term of opprobrium.'-
Bupplled by the Department, and ac-
companied by an accepted cheque, on!
a Canadian chartered bunk, for 10 per |
cent of the amount of the tender, payable to the order of the  Honourable
the Minister of Militia and  Defence,
which amount will be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into I      	
a   contract,  in   accordance   with   the I _, ,    _  .     ..      .,   .       ,.      ^
.      , Dean   of    Columbia    University    Says
The Department does not bind itself'
COLLEGE IWliED TO FIND
CAREER (OR VOUNG MAN
Bisque of Oyster a la Stanley
Salads      i^^^^m
Lobster Salad au Mayonnaise
Fish M
Steamed Fraser River Salmon a la Cardinale
Pomme a la Hollandaise
Pomme a la Baden Baden
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Boiled
Roiled Westphalia Ham
Entrees  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Fresh Spring Lamb Chops au Petlts Pois Pineapple Fritters
Sherry Wine Sauce Saute of Sweetbreads a la Francaise
Cutlet de Veal a la Chambart
Roasts
Calgary Prime Ribs of Reef, Yorkshire Pudding
Local  Milk Fed Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Stuffed Domestic Goose, Apple Sauce
Stuffed Sucking Pig, Apple Sauce
Vegetables
Pomme Terreen Puree Brown Sweet Potatoes
Sugar Corn Haricot Verts
Sweets
Fruit Salad, Whipped Cream
Lemon Cream Pie
Crimped of Cod a la Normandie
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
��� ���  firm  must  be  given.
Each  tender  must be accompanied
i   m accepted cheque on a charter-
ll    . nic, payable to the order of tbe!     i !*���**: ���v,.*^ 	
li:. arable   tbe   Minister   of   Public i of Vancouver, B. C, occupation bUild-
Works, equal to ten per cent   llo. of
tte amount of tbe tender, which will
if 'it felted   if   the   person   tendering.
it-  ine  to  enter  Into   contract  when .
ttllod ur.on to do so, or fall to complete the work contracted for.    If the
leader   t e   not  accepted   the   cheque
till be leturned.
Rv  Order,
R. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
I'"partment   of   Public   Works,   Ot-
1,  November  16,  1010.
������wspapers   will   not  be   paid   for
advertisement  if  they  insert  tt
out   authority   from   the   depart-
accept the lowest or anv tender
EUGENE   PISBT,
Colonel.
Deputy   Minister of Militia  and Defence,    ill. Q. 18���116���2.)
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa,  lst  December,  1010.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement   if  tbey  insert   it   with-
Educational    nstitutions Overlooking Chance to Help Pupils.
Hot Home-made Mince Pie
^^^^^^^^^B      Green Apple Pie
Strawberry Jelly
Steamed Christmas Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce
Fruit , , Nuts
Cheese
Raisins
Tea
Milk
IV
��� j   p%-   *   ���-* ; BUlt-'lur-ciiiciii    i>     ***-j     ������--- -   ���     	
New Westminster Land District.         ^  au,ilority   from  the  Department.
Take notice that James Davis Smlfli          "
tat
thl
TENDERS.
BEALED TENDERS addressed to
Tbe Secretary. Department of Indian
Attain, Ottawa, and marked on the
-envelope, "Tender for Alert Hay Girls
H.iiiio" wlll be received up to noon
December 30, 1910, for the erect on
cf a frame boarding school building
a: \lert Bay (Cormorant Island),
it
01  Vancouver, ���>. v., ���     .,	
er. intends to apply for permission to   SHER|FF.S SALE 0F CEDAR pQLES
purchase     the     following    described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.. Under and by virtue of a warrant of
I D. Smith. S. W. corner," at j execution against the goods and
I the northwest corner of pre-emp- chattels of the North Star Pole com-
tion. No. 2951, thence north pany, at the suit of Frank Willens, I
about GO chains more or less, to or ' will sell at the North Star Pole corn-
near Sakinaw Lake, thence cast fiO ^ pany's camp, Royal Oak road, Rurna-
chalns more or less, thence south 80 , by, on Monday, the nineteenth day
cliains more or less, thence west 40 i of December, 1910, at ten o'clock in
chains, more or less, thence north 40 the forenoon, the following or sufti-
cl.ains, more or less, thence west 40 cient thereof to satisfy the judgment
chains more or less, to the place of j and costs herein. One hundred and
commencement. i eighty-six cedar poles about 14 inches
JAMES    DAVIS   SMITH.     ! at top, and about eighteen Inches   at
New Westminster. October 20. 191C. j butt, from 50 to 65 feet long.   Terms
,..,n_     ����,������  lof  8a,e  cftgh
T. J. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff.
December 12th, 1910.
Postponement.
The aboTe sale is hereby postponed
until January 3rd, 1911, at the same
time and place.
T. J. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS. Aaeot
j CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Re-Survey of City.
Propeity owners intending to erect
stone or concrete boundary walls, or
uu,   iur   liio  v         fences, should refrain from doing so
ling school    building until tlle re-survey of the city ls com-
tCormoran.    Island)   I'lete. as there is no provision ln the
special surveys act allowing for compensation should the existing boundaries prove Inaccurate.
W.   A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. November 24, 1910.
NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS
1'lans and    specifications    may    be
seen at the offices of T. F. Neelands,
Inspector  of   Indian    Agencies.   Vancouver; W. E. Dichburn, Inspector er
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and W. M.
Il.tllidav, Indian Agent, Alert  Hay.
Kach" tender  must  be  accompanied
B marked cheque made payable to,
undersigned  for  a  sum  equal  to
tier cent of the amount of tend...
���   cheque   will   be   forfeited   if  tne
ion tendering decline to enter into
a contract when called upon to do so.
I:  the  tender  be  not    accepted    tte
cheque will bo returned.   In the event
ol    icceptance   of   tender  the   cheque
will   he  held   until    the    contract  .a
Bl aed, when lt wlll bo returned
The successful tenderer will DO required to furnish a bond In satlBia..
tory sureties for a sum equal to tne
amount of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. .,
The unauthorized insertion of tnis
advertisement In any newspaper wm
H"t be paid for. _��,_.__
J   D.  McLEAN,
Secretary.
Department of Indian  Aff. Irs,
Ottawa, October  26,  1910
New York, Dec. 22.���The weakest
point of American colleges today, in
the opinion of Frederick Keppell,
dean of Columbia university. Is tlieir
failure to help their students to
choose a career. In his annual report I
just made public, lie declares that '
systematic inquiries among college
men show that most boys pick their
vocations independently of any college
advice or influence. He thinks that
the professors wbo come in daily contact with the students should guide
und advise them in the matter.
Oqt of 500 college men whom Dean
Keppel interviewed on this subject
more than 200 had chosen their life
work before going to college and did
not change their minds. About fifty-
did not make up their minds until after graduating.
"For those who decided while in
college," says Dean Keppell, "the
junior year seems to be the crucial
period, eighty-seven men reporting
that the decision was reached in that
year, as against twenty in the freshman, thirty-eight In the sophomore
an.l sixty-three in the senior year.
One reason for this may well be that,
considering the present age for college entrance, a student's twenty-first
birthday is likely to fall In his junior
year."
Mr. Keppell presents a table showing that business attracts more than
any other occupation, 22 per cent enrolling themselves as aiming at such a
career. Law is next, with 19 per cent,
teaching claims 13 per cent and engineering 9 per cent. Medicine and t.ie
ministry have 6 and 5 per cent respec-
Only 8 per cent plan to devote
nun
' "l RUSHTON'S ORCHESTRA FROM 5 TO 8.
Coffee
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are daily opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited in New Westminster.
Now Is the time to choose tha  article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when it ls complete.
X Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
j Chamberlin's ,e&u��
Tenders are Invited for the erec-
lon and completion of new warehouse
for Kelly, Douglas & Co., Ltd., Vancouver, to be built on the corner of
Tenth street and Carnarvon street,
New Westminster, B. C. Plans and
specifications may he seen at tho of-
flees of Gardiner & Gardiner,    archi-1 tively.   um. o ^,  ,	
tects, Westminster Trust block, New   themselves to  writing or journalism.
Westminster, or at Kelly, Douglas of-1 The rest are scattered among agricul-
,    !^I,rtSrs,o be delivered not
Ratepayers are revested to note.     ter than noon .December 2,1910,
byR0aJK f the council, that or,gd , ftt m offlce9 0f Gardiner fJ^Zt
from   January
"lst,    1911.   quarterly
tender   not
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Illlll.l.>       .....
water rates will become operative
The present  25  per cent,  discount I
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 second month.
After   the   second   month,   unpaid
quarterly accounts will be dealt with
ln accordance with Water By-law 30.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
December 6, 1910.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Westminster
Transfer Co.
,mtm Thon. 1��.     Barn 'Pion. 1*7
Columbia Street.
Beigage   delivered   promptly   *��
any part ot the elty.
Ujzht and Heavy Hauling
6   OPF��C��-TRAM O.POT.
He tbe Northwest quarter of Sic
Won 24, Township 4, In tho District oi
New Westminster. .
Title number 13099A, Issued in tne
nime of Peter Henderson, has neci
filed in this offlce. .,,
Notice ls hereby given that I snan,
at the expiration of one month mm ��� f
the date of the flrst publication here-
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
R 113. Office: Princess St
Westminster **�����* HjgJjjL
003 Townsend v't. MBte���2
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
t?R weekly. For further partlcu-
far. apply to Hospital. T.1*
phone 755.
ine resi am o^��	
ture, architecture, manufacturing, pub
lie service and clerical employment.
No one admits that he intends to
make his living in politics.
"Most of the reasons are not very
illuminating," says Dean Keppeil, "approximately 18 rer cent of the replies
are to the effect that the work was
likely to be congenial; 10 per cent
that the career chosen was one for
which the man seemed best fitted. In
about 5 per cent of the cases it was
apparently the path ol the least resistance.
"In all but a small percentage of
the cases the men declare that the
college ls not a factor ln the choice.
Only 5 per cent of the graduates decide on their lite work because of the
Irresistible attraction of some college
studies."
University Accepts Bequest.
Seattle, Dec. 22.���The regents of
the University of Washington today-
announce their acceptance of the $30,-
000 bequest left by the late Abraham
and Sigmund Schwabacher, of San
Francisco. The money is to be devote:! to the establishment of a child
welfare bureau in the department of
education. The donation is made
through the efforts of Mrs. Nathan
Eckstein, of Seattle, a daughter of
Abraham Schwabachct.
What About Thai
Christmas Gift?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
We have a full line
of Rogers Bros. 1847
Silverware, also a full
Selection of nigh grade
Carvers. Cutlery ana
Nickel Plated Ware.
I
T. J. Trapp & Co* Ltd.
ADVERTISE IN THE   NEWS
��Wta��!_$����_ *    PAQB EIGHT. Y>
���% THE DAILY NEWS,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
23.
1910.
I
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i   :
Brass
Goods
See our stock of Brass
Goods. We have just
what you are looking
for. You should certainly see our Brass
Kettles and Trays before buying elsewhere.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
The Modern
Business
School
The Leading Business School
We cannot supply the demand for
ambitious boys who have had our
training. Tlie leading business houses
apply to us for such boys. We want
more boys to educate for these positions.   We need some bright girls too.
Enter any time, day and night
classes.
New Term, January 3.
We invite you to call and see this
school.
Modern Business School
A. L.  BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street.
We Take Pride
in Selecting Our
Holiday Stock
The lines we are showing
this year are attractive and
of good value and consist in
part of���
Hand.Bags,
Fancy Chocolates, Hand
and Shaving Mirrors,
Military Hair Brushes,
Safety Razors, Kodaks,
Ladies' Companions,
Perfumes- (French) (English) (Canadian), Purses,
Glasses,   Gold    Rim   for
Mother ;  Manicure  Sets
and many other things we
cannot mention here. All
now on view.
Curtis'Drug Store
New   Westminster,   B   C.
Special music will be rendered in
all the churches on Sunday, Chris,mas
Day.
After today it. will be tou late    to i
do your Christinas    shopping    before
the big rush.
Turkeys, Geese and ,Dycks now
opened up at Fraser Valley-Market. **
Ladies' fiold-headed ^ umbrellas.
Regular  $12.00.   sale  price  $6.50.     A
bargain.   T. Gilford, the jeweller. **
The Oscar came into porf.yesterday
with a cargo of two thousand sacks
of cement.
For bargains in jewellery see T.
Gifford. **
The hotel license fees in Chilliwack will be raised on January Iii
from $400 to $800. The change was
expected by the hotelmen.
The "I . C." nnd "Old Sport" cigars
can be bought at any tobacconist in
the city. **
Closing exercises were held at St.
Ann's academy yesterday, most of the
children leaving later for their homes,
where 'they will spend the holidays.
There was no formal breaklng-up.
The clear Havana "Brilliante"
cigar made by the B. C. Cigar factory
is The Smoke after a Christmas dinner. **
George Kennedy, president of t'ie
Liberal association, who accompanied
the delegates to Ottawa and assisted
in securing promises of improvement
to the Praser river, is expected to return home this evening.
The "Brillante" cigar, the only clear
Havana cigar made in town, is often
imitated but never duplicated.       **
One of the first visible signs of the
approaching elections became apparent yesterday when City Clerk Duncan took a trip around the city and
tacked up official notices in prominent
places.
A choice selection of Turkeys and
Geese to choose from at Fraser Valley
Market. **
Constable Wilkie began a ten days'
holiday yesterday. Tne police office
is now in the hands of Constables
Hutchinson and Gammon, who spent
a quiet day yesterday, no violence being reported that they had to investigate.
If yon want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call the B. C. Messen- |
ger, day or night, any time, and    he j
will come to your aid.    Phone 761. **
J. H. Ashwell is spoVen cf as a
probable candidate for the mayoralty
of Chilliwack, running in opposition
to Mayor James .Munro.
The B. C. Cigar facfory is i>n
Seventh street, above Agnes, and is
the best arranged cigar factory in
British Columoia. **
tray, at the same time intimating
that a settee, a gift for Mrs. Nevile
Smith, was being forwarded to his
residence. Mr. Nevile Smith returned
thanks in an appropriate manner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Allan Bourne
returned yesterday from Los Angeles,
where they spent tlieir honeymoon.
They will be the guests of Mrs. William Johnston, Agnes street, until the
New Year, later taking up their residence in Vancouver.
A pleasing innovation in telegraph
forms lias been designed by the
Western Union Telegraph company
for use during the festive season.
This consists of a holly bordered
blank, on which all holiday greetings
will be forwarded to addressees.
Today's market will probably be
the best of the year, owing to the
approach of Christmas. It is the custom to hold a special Christmas market, but tl.is year the date of the
regular market was so suitable Ihit if
was considered unnecessary to change
it.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening   Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc.,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
The Public
Supply Stores
We have just received a large
shipment of
Jap Oranges
Selling them at
50c per box.
Fresh supplies of
Nuts, Cooking and
Table Raisins and
Fresh Dates.
How About
That Dress Suit ?
Too   Small   for You   Now?
Yes, I thought so. Well, it
has served its day. Get a new
one. It will be good for another
ten years. Aitchlson has all
the late st ideas frcm both sides
of the Atlantic. Open evenings
at 711 Columbia street for our
mutual advantage.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Perfumes
For the Holiday Trade
All Prices.      All Sizes.
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block., 441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Make Christmas merry for young
and old hy purchasing your presents
at Morey's. Toys, doils, fan6y goods,
fancy china, iilussware, crockery,
books, Bibles and holiday novelties
galore at Morey's, fifi5 C. lumbia
street. ��*
The members of H. Nevile Smith's
stiff yesterday presented him with a
handsome case of pipes, tobacco
pouch,  match   box   holder  and    ;.sh
Quality
First
Call and See Our
Line of
EXTRA
FANCY
Christmas Turkeys,
Geese, Ducks or
Chickens
NO HEADS or
FEATHERS
quokuat
Buy now and avoid
the rush.
Our Turkeys
will soon be here.
ORDER NOW.
Do Your Shopping
EARLY
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
hop early in thc morning-
before fhe throngs aretfre&tcst
Suggestions to
CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
I
Our advertisement today contains a l_st of a few of the many articles displayed in the vario
partments throughout the store.    Our store is open evenings, but shop In the morning If al
venient.    We extend to our friends our hearty wishes for a Merry Christmas,
us dp.
con.
Gifts for the Boys
Sweaters    and    Jersey* ��� All
styles;  each    75c to $2.00
Buster Suits���Kach $3 to $5.50
Handkerchiefs���Plain   or   colored   6 for 25c to 23c eacn
Mitte      and      Gloves ��� Heavy
weights;  per pair       25c to 45c
Woollen Hosiery���Heavy ribbed,
all sizes; per pair 35c to 75c
Girls' Gift Articles
Ribbon Ends���All widths anil
colors, remnants; each 10c to
$1.00, by   the   yard   5c to $1.00
Kid Gloves���In kid, lined or un-
lined and heavy tan cape kid;
per pair 75c to $1.25
Handkerchiefs���Plain and embroidered ; eacli 10c to 50c
Fancy Sash Pins���Kach 25c
to   $1.00
Fancy Combs���Kach 25c to $1.00
Hoisery���Knibroidere 1 or plain,
black and colors; per pi. 35c
to     85c
Fur Ruffs���In brown, grey,
white, etc.   Kach $1.75 to $10.53
Golf Jackets���Kach $1  to $3.50
Umbrellas���Kach $1.00 to $2.50
Gifts for Women
Umbrellas���Kach $1.00 to $17.50
Blouse Silks ��� In suitable
lengths; per length $2 to $7.00
Silk Dress Lengths���|U black or
colors; per length ��� $12 to $30
Fur Stoles and Muffs- In a wi ie
range    $1.75 to $40.00
One only Mink Collar���Regular
price $100; Christmas price $75
One only Mink Collar���Regular
price $75; Christmas price $55
Handbags���Leather lined; eat-:.
$1.50 to   $10.75
Hat Pins���Plain and fancy;
each   25c to $3.50
Kid Gloves���In lined, unllned
and fur top. per iiair $1 to $2.50
Silk Waists���Kach  ...$3 to $20
Net Waists���Kach $2.95 to $7.00
Evening Cloaks���Each $22.50 to
to $32.50
Kimonas���Kach . $1.75 to $10.00
Silk   Hose���Individually  boxed,
per pair $1.75 to $3.50
Embroidered Lisle and Cashmere    Hose���All    colors;     per
pair    50c to $1.25
Fancy Collars-Kach ll.'c to $IS.Do
Fancy Belts���Kach 35c to $2.50
Fancy Scarves���Kach 50c to $5
Fancy     Lace     Handkerchiefs���
Kach 35c to $7.50
Embroidered      Handkerchiefs���
Kach    25c to  $1.25
Underskirts���Each  $1.00 to  $10
Suggestions for the Baby's Presents
Bibs���In plain, picture, silk and Turkish, each  10c to $1.00
Mitts���In white or colors;   | er pair 20c to 35c
Leggings���In felt or w.iol;  per pair 30c to 75:
Hose���in pink, sky, cardinal, c earn, brown and black; pair 25c to 35c
Baby Pins���With  various nam-s;  each   5c to 25c
Dresses���Muslin, .flannelette and woollen dresses! each     50c to $2.50
Cashmere Cloaks    Kach $2.75 to $3.50
Bearcloth Coats���Kach $2.25 to $7.50
Knitted Jackets���Kach .'    75c to $1.25
Bearskin Collar Sets��� Separate pieces, each 40c; sets, each  75:
Gifts for the Home
A brief mention ol _ few ������
the hundreds of articli avail-
able in our   house   furnlshin���
section.
Table     Damask     .   ,,,,���
linen in many designs A i e la'
feature with many ,,:,.,,. j  ,,,;
fact   that   we    have    the    .
napkins to match.    in Lhl   Wi
you can   obtain a table   cloth
any length you desire and   I.,
sure of napkins to match,
Damask  ���   per   yard    75c   to
$2.50.  .Napkins  to match 25 to
27 inches square.
Woollen Blankets White or
grey;   per pair  ..$3.50 to $10.0.
Lace   Curtains���Per   pair  $1.00
t0 $15.00
Pillow Shams���Each 50c to $1.25
"Maish" Comforters���Pure co'-
ton tilled; each ��� $2.25 to $9.75
Eiderdown Comforters _ \\-j i,
floral and Paisley aateen covers; each $6.00 to $15.00
Bed Sheets���piain ami embroidered;   par pair   ���  $2.25 to $4.00
Linen Pillow Slips���Nicely hem-
stitched:  per pair $2.00 to $3.50
White    Tea    Cloths--  0 to   B)
inches square; each "5c to $2.75
Linen  Runners    Eai h 25c to $_
Linen Doylies ���In rot.
and square shapes, hi i
fringed or nel edge    each   5c
to   $1.25
Linen Table Sets M 1 ed designs,  per set   . .$5.00 to $15.00
Gifts for Men
Umbrellas���Kac:   $1 to $8.50
Handkerchiefs    i ...
Italed; each ....    10c to 75:
Ties ���In   a   nl e   I nge
(olors:  each  ...  35c to $1.00
Silk   Neck   Scarves        Bac
$1.25 to $3-50
Hoisery���Iu  plain
striped  cashmere    pi    ;
25c to        "5:
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,000,000
The Bank has 17i> branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico. Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford  every  banking facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
SELECT YOUR XMAS PIANO NOW:
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jSome Good Buys
Full Size'Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
Price $850.00, Term$ ', I
< >
Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms , I
3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.     [$500.00 each, Terms <!
See us about Port   Mann
We will hold it for you until Christmas. Large Btoclt
to choose  from,    We
Qerrhard Heintznian. i>
Ion and    Doherty.    We
Victor aud   Edison   Talking
Machines, Sheel Music, Sewing    .Machines,   etc.     E
payments if desired.
PIANOS, $275 UP THIS WEEK
J. H. TODD'S Music House
419 Columbia Street phone 694
OPEN    EVENINGS
Ml
**���
I
I Ch'OIC 1 ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
The Place that Serves you
BEST
:
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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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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