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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES &CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER
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VOLUME 5, NUMBKR 2G4
BRYSON ANXIOUS
TO DELAY PROGRESS
Rest of Council Believes
Business can be Done
Without Mayor Lee.
The city council last night gave Act
lng Msyor Gray power to arrange un
(greemeat with the B. C. K. R. where-
H the company may lay temporary
tracks In Sapperton.
The proposals of the electric com
pttny were two; first that they be allowed to la. tracks along Columhla
gtreet a short    distance, across   the
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMIN8TER.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SCOTLAND AND WALES
WILL SPEAK TODAY
Pollings will have big Bearing on Result of Election-
Government Still Leads.
goveriuni
nt reserve wliich    the   citv
claims aa lm own, and across Eighth
avenue to meet the Burnaby branch I ^gg"
comlu. In! second, to construct a
temporary spur to lot 16 on Distillery
8treet In order to obtain gravel for
tlie ballasting of the Burnaby branch.
Engineer Vorce, of the It. C. E. It,
who was present, Stated that all they
London, Dec. U'.-The polling results show monotonous regularity.
Returns today leave tlie government
one seat to the good, the Unionists
ttsvlng gained twenty-two seats from
the government and government
coalition twenty-two seats from the
unionists in the election or ms members out of 870. The position of the
parties  tonight  follows:
Government Coalition ��� Liberals,
191; Laborites, 35; Nationalists, 56;
Independent    Nationalists,    7.    Total,
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MAIL  CARRIERS RIDE FREE.
Commencing today, the letter carriers of this city will be entitled
to free transportation ou the  B. C. E. R. city lines.
Tills concession has been sought on behalf of tlie mail carriers for
some time, anl has now been secured by the energies of some of
the members of the deputation wbicb went to Ottawa in connection
with the Fraser river Improvement.
Other concessions and increased postal facilities have also been
promised by Deputy Postmaster GeneraH Dr. R. M. Coulter.
The new order affects seven mail carriers in this city.
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Opposition���Unionists, 229.
Lancashire, by Increased Unionist
and decreased Liberal majorities, ln
displaying a tendency in favor
of Unionists, while the country districts contiguous to London are fol-
lowing tlie lead of the capital in
quired was permission to lay   tern-   favor of the    Llbera,K    T J
porsry tracks and they did not want- ���on. Uwls Harcourt retains his sea
to bind the city to any agreement as j for Uosendale with a greatly reduced
�� keepUg the tracks there   for   all   majority of U18i 1(l7n gj ���-.,��� ���c���
*-m- celved  in the    last    election,    while
Bryton  Objectt. | Totemham and Walthamstow in  Mid-
Alderman Bryson was not satisfied. I dlesex and Essex   respectively    gave
He thought that the only thing to do ' big Liberal votes.
W to wait until    Mayor    Lee    and |     Tomorrow's fortv-t.o pollings    will
Alderman   Johnston    had    returned | include several Scottish
and Welsh
constituencies and will indicate
whether Scotland and Wales remain
loyal to the government.
Chancellor Lloyd Qeorge, speaking
at Newtown tonight, said no home
rule bill would give the Catholics in
Ireland anv power over religion. A
'"v*0"., *''"lteJ..,1" carry i clause will be provided to prevent!
any religion being established, wlie- '
ther Catholic or Protestant.
(rom the east. Ile did not Licet with
any rapport as the rest of the council
leemed to agree that the city solicitor could draw up an agreement wliich
would amply protect the city's interests in every way.
Message from the Mayor.
Alderman
out Mayor Lee's wishes which were
eotmlned In a message received yes-
icfliy bj Acting Mayor Gray. The
Iotas: is the text of the telegram
HrtM:
"Toronto,  December 12,
"Do.eu think it advisable to   act
(MM)  ln granting  right   of way
tej.i reserve,   Sapperton.    Would
B.CE1 CROSSINGS TO
BE BETTER PROTECTED
TRUNK   MYSTERY AT   FALLS.
Belongings of Toronto Girl Discovered in Home of Smuggler.
Niagara Falls, Ont. Dec. 12.���The
discovery of a trunk with female
*lrj�� whole council being present I gearing apparel in the home of the
ui proper agreement made. Why , i*A]__i Kleolo Tucci, who was sen-
ttkold o er. Kvery reason to ex-) tence, t0 Jall on Thursday for smug-
���m success ut oua-.cn. Good en-1 glltlK a compatriot into Canada, Is
mnpement. 1 believe will get city I pU8_ii_,g the police. In the trunk
Wl site dear.    Saw Guthrie, who   is : were f0lin(1 geveral letters, addressed
Regulation Bells Will Be Installed   at
Dangerous Places, Allan Purvis
Informs City Council.
At the instigation of Alderman
Welsh step�� will probably be taken
ta provide . rotectlon at some of the
B. C. IO. H. crossings ln the citv. The
crossings nt Mclnnes street, and
Eleventh street, where the cars pass
within a :ew feet of the buildings,
have always been dangerous and only
the care exercised by the motormen
has prevented accidents.
The matter was brought home
forcibly to Alderman Welsh some
time ago when a horse belonging to
hira was killed on one of tlie cross-
in g<t.
Last night he brought the matter up
i. the council and as Allan Purvis,
manager of the interurban lines of
-lie B. C. B. R., was present, he was
asked for his views on the matter.
Me readily admitted the danger at
the crossings mentioned and stated
'hat tlie company was ready and
would soon be in a position to remedv
--he evil. He stated that the company
would instal the regulation crossing
Sell at the dangerous points and asked for a meeting with tlie board of
vorks so that they might investigate
on tiie spot and arrive at a better
Idea of the needs of the situation.
Thii matter was left in the hands
of the board of works to arrange a
meeting with representatives of the
company.
OUTBREAK OF FIRE IN
MOVING PICTURE TBEATRE
Audience at Edison  Is Given  an  Unpleasant  Thrill���Coolness  of
Operator Averts Panic.
The Edison theatre last night gave
It patrons a thrill wliich was not included In the bill and for wliich no
extra charge was made. During the
performance a sheet of flame swept
across the window of the operator's
Quarters and a cry of flre was raised.
For a moment it appeared as if the
usual accident had happened to the
lantern apparatus, and that the building would be gutted. The audience
rose as one man and prepared to
make a hurried exit. A panic was imminent.
Fortunately the operator was possessed of presence of mind. At a
moment such as this, a trifle serves
to turn tlie tide, and he supplied the
necessary trifle by throwing a picture on the screen in tbe ordinary
manner, as If nothing had happened.
The wave of fear was arrested and
danger was averted.
RALPH SMITH
DEFENDS THE NAVY
Says Patriotism of Fine
Words Will Not Strengthen British Empire.
Nineteen    prisoners    were    transferred from the provincial Jail    here
to the similar institution at Victoria
yesterday.   They went over in charge
of Inspector Campbell, of the provincial police in Vancouver.    The Jails in
both  Victoria  and  Westminster    are I
becoming    badly    overcrowded     and
there is some talk of sending some o, 1
the   prisoners   from   here   to   Nelson, I
where there Is more accommodation
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.Meet    lil in    and    Neshit
to  Miss Irene  Brown, Cleveland, by
her mother, Mrs. J. Hrown, of Wilkin
"JOHN A. LEE, Mayor."     I avenue, and an  express receipt   from
Moses Redivivus. i Cleveland  showing  that  Miss   Brown
Arequest by the city treasurer that   had shipped the trunk to the mother
lie should be provided with some new j at Toronto on September ������
BIG STEAMER WRECKED     1
NEAR VALDEZ, ALASKA
CANADIAN AT HOME IN
PART OF COUREUR DES BOIS
W?eis and other books brought the
Mme of Moses B, Cotsworth into
prominence for the llrst time in sev-
��� .months. Alderman Welsh stated
that he thought the new books should
lit aiu1 in tbe course of his
remarks said tha! the auditor ha
bought a water roll lie thou, lit he
���hould nm have done this without the
t��&sent or authority of the finance
committee. "1 think lie is exceeding
Ms authority," stated the alderman.
No one ventured uny defence of
1>e auditor,
Board  of  Works  Report.
The board of work reported recom-
ra<-nuinu that $130 be spent on Hie
dralnnpe of Tenth, Henley, Edinburgh,
jtablin and London streets; that a
���oui' fool sidewalk be built on the
*e8t side of Thirteenth street from
Sixth a
Tucci's story is that a strange m n
and a young woman whom 1 e had
never seen before came to him late
one night several weeks ago. and
that tliey left with him tlie checks
and keys for the trunk and grip, with
j1 a request to get them at the Michl-
' gan Central baggage room and keep
them until the man came. Tucd
says the man gave his $1.50 for lit
trouble and then disappeared with the
gill.
A    REAL    LIFE   HERO.
English Lord's  Rescue of Young and
Pretty   Typist.
London, Dec. 12.���The sort of thing
that as a rule happens only in the
melodrama, the moving picture play
or the dime novel has happened in
real  life in  prosaic  Putney,    a  south
venue to Nanaimo street; that   weatern |.(),ulon suburb
;.- ��� expended on the gravelling of 1 "\M'K{ Satiii'dav, a young and pretty i
���With atreet near Tentli avenue; I ',' , (st ]n a fit or depression re-j
jw a three foot sidewalk be built oni Jultlng fn',m overwork, Jumped ofl |
gammers street; that a three foot j putney Bridge Into the Thames. A i
���"aewalk he built on Manitoba street ��� rroW(1" S11W ),er Jump, but the water j
���> thai a four foot sidewalk be built! was ,,.y roU1 und a strong flood tide
cn,l"' easl side of Fourteenth Street. WM run_|ng, and none offered helpj
ll" recommendations were adopt- -until a young sprig of Bngllsh no-j
Wand the report accepted. Alderman jollity came alone
'.-*" reported that the cost of'
��1,: '������      Major   stft.-t     from     Kelly
! !"  Wilson    stieet     would    be
',        ��� oj enlng Wilson street from
�� .lor ��� , Sherbrooke streets would be ,
'''���'��� and that  it would cost  1230 to :
'"\ ���' al. toot sidewalk on the west
���me ol Twelfth street from Queen's
* Third avenue.   The council seemed
0 'nlnk these Improvements nen i-
���rr and passed them. Allan Purvis.
manager of the Interurban lines of
"ie B. C. E. R., stated that his com-
Wny would    lay    the    sidewalk    on
*<-lfth street  as soon as some dis-,
p"k> aboul tlie street line was settled, j
The fire prevention by-law and the
buik'i'm by-law
He plunged in after the girl and;
rescued her In the nick of time and
in finished style. Tlie reriicr Is Lord;
Oeorae Wellesley, s son of the Duke
of Wellington and s descendant of
the Iron Duke. He is twenty, handsome and a lieutenant In the Qrena-
dler Guards, a crack regiment. Alter seeing the girl cared for he went
home to Apsley House. .
The young man.  who is knowr
his  intimates  as
the   Royal   Humane
for Ills act.
Drowsy," Is to (rei
Society's  medal
flnii
ed
were    reconsiuereu,
passed and ordered to be sign-
LUNATIC  AT LARGE.
Montreal  Man  Dupes Boston  Officials
���Escaped   From  Asylum.
anl sealed.
Th
e New  Westminster    Gas    com-
Hoston, Dec   i'2 -The heads ol'several departments in the Federal build-
**' We tiUTTtotondeHo open mg. ��bo were ,^^JKSS
��->S avenue from Eleventh   to   with   a  **��*"����  W���Jg? rf t-e
>'      nreetsand   lay    a gas   *^\^��ffiA��&��,+
'" SS.��ome oi"theirEnable time tt*
���Thursday  showing bim  throned  tbe
.���'���"nes Cunningham wrote complain'   .   ,,,',_���   v.ero ob'lged to stand con-
.'���   .'hat his water meter was wrong;  , ,pr ,,,; cood-nat'irtd bantering ye*-
Sams *** p��. 1****    ' SSSS-SS JSJEtSS
ewaStrom .l��*w'�� '" M����'
( ���v= ���,,���    ,a,     a gas
e,'c'    The  matter  was   referred  to
lne board of works to act.
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Men Dissatisfied.
Winnipeg, Dec. 12���The
street railway board of abitra-
""n today decided employees
m'ist not drink in uniform. The
|r';' are dissatisfied and will
"Old a mass meeting on Wednesday.
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"mmlen.tlon Commissioner Billies
waJ notified, and Bt nn^-e ordered a
search for the rtrftor, but 1* to a
tote hour he bad not been found.
Tl-e  Women's  Guild  of Bt   Mary's
church   Sapnerton.  Is holdine  a sale
'work in the parish hall this a t,r
noon. This evening a concert will be^
given in the same locale.
Olympia Driven on Rocks During Gale
���All Passengers Taken Off In
Safety.
Valdez, Dec. 12,���All the passengers on the Mask* Steamship company's steamer Olvmpla, which went
on the rocks at liligh Island, Prince
William Sound, on Saturday night,
were taken off the ship yesterday
afternoon with the malls and baggage, and were conveyed to Valdez
and Bllamar. Most of the passengers
are here. Those at Bllamar are well
cared for In the little village.
Tlie Olympia left Cordova Saturday
at ti p.m., after unloading a large
quantity of coal in her after hold,
and soon ran Into a fierce gale. The
empty stern stood too high out of tbe
water and In the tempest the propeller and rudder were* out of the
water half of the time, with the result,
that the ship became unmanageable
and was spun around by the wind.1
About midnight she went hard and,
last on the lillgli Island reef.
Wireless Operator Hayes sent out
the distress call, wbicli was picked up
at Cordova and Valdez, and also gave
as much informal lon of the wreck as
he could, for the water soon put out
the fires und made the wireless unworkable.
The launch Donaldson, from Port
Liscum, and the steamer Juno left at
once for Bligh Island and t,>ok off
the passengers without mishap to
any of tliem. Tlie crew were alio
saved.
It  Is hoped to save the freight    in
the   Olympia,   but.   It   is   feared     Ue.
ship Is a total loss.   There is a rock
through  her  forward hold.
The launch Donaldson has arrived
here with a number of passengers.
Subsequently the Juno came with the
crew and some other passengers.
l'nited States District Judge Edward
C. Cushman and Mrs. Cnshman and
the other ladies and the captain were
left at Bllamar, whence they will be
brought, to Valdez by the Donal Ison
on a second trip. Nothing has been
heard Trom the Dora, the third vessel
that went to the relief of the Olympia.
All the passengers and crew showed commendable courage and there
was no mishap of any kind In transferrins the people to the rescuing
ships. Four members of the Olympla's
crew are standing by the ship.
An Inmate of the provincial asylum
for the insane walked away from that
institution yesterday afternoon, taking advantage of an opportunity while
working in the garden close to the entrance gate. The man was only ��t
liberty a short time, being found by |
the guards and induced to return. The,
Datient pleaded that he wished to go
home and see his wife.
Harold   Nelson   Cleverly   Portrays the
French Canadian   Frontiersman
in "The Wolf."
Harold Nelson, who lock the leading part in "The Wolf" at the opera
house last night, bus a good vehicle
for the conveyance or liiH virile art.
In the character of Jules llaiibien, a
French Canadian coureur des hols, he
Carries his audience Into the silent
places, Into the heart of the whispering pines, and draws for them a living picture of the life of those who
have answered the call of the wild;
and at the same time depicts with
rare fidelity to type, those great hearted Frenchmen who In an earlier day
cut their way through pathless forests
and piled tlieir puddles on nameless
streams, singing as they went.
The rest of tho cast, small even
for this type of play wliich runs to
small casts nowadays, wns compose I
of competent actors who ably supported their chief.   W. Roberts, In the
Ralph Smith, M. P. for Nanaimo,
made a rattling speed) in tiie house
of commons a few days ago in wliich
lie stiowed up tlie Inconsistency of the
Conservative opposition. After dealing with matters of trade, he said;
"I wish to follow some of tlie re
marks of my lion, friend from Yale-
Cariboo (Mr. ��� Durrell), a representative from the province of Hritish Columbia. The complaint I have to
make of his speech ls that it was prepared as a defence against the Borden
policy of last year and therefore could
not fit in with the Borden policy of
tiiis year. It was quite evident to me
before my hon. friend had gone far,
that there was very little in common
between the criticism be was making
and the policy announced by his
leader at this session. I notice, however, that he still clings to the old
flag. He did it of course with a considerable amount of brag, with some
amount of dramatic description. He
showed great deference to the empire, and he had a great wealth of
patriotic phrases, but it is easy, to see
that these are not the materials that
build ships for the navy. The patriotism of language aud line words will
not strengthen the British empire.
The professions of hon. gentlemen as
to their loyalty make no contribution
to the progress to the increased stability of this country or to its \rc-
tection or deveolpment. We live in
deed, not words, nnd my lion, friend
can talk until doomsday, but i,' that is
all he has to otter as a contrihuti >n to
the development of this great country,
then surely we have failed in tlie I
great mission and responsibility
which rest on us.
"My hon. friend is at variance with
his own leader in the province of
British Columbia. A great deal has
been said by ministers In tbe local
.overnment. as to the probability of
my goo.l friend Mr. McBride coming
down to take charge of tlie political
destinies of the Conservative party in
Ottawa. If my hon. friend has been
looking over the press of Hritish Co-
lumbia, he must lmve arrived at the
conclusion that some of the strongest
lenders of his parly liave decided that
the principle of a Canadian navy
enunciated and Inaugurated by the
Lam ler government is (lie right principle. I would remind the lion, gentlemen thai Just a few days ago the
presldenl of tlie privy council of the
McBrldS government, at a military
banquet In ViCtorlfi, announced himself absolutely nnd emphatically in favor of the policy of the Laurier government in regard to a Canadian
navy. I would remind my hon. friend
also that today Captain Clive Plil-
llpps-Wolley, an old opponent of mine,
a straight-forward, outspoken, Independent gentleman, the president of
the Navy league In British Columbia,
has been lecturing through tlie coun.
try and in the city of Toronto. Whal
does he say, one of tlle lenders of the
Conservative party In British Columbia, president of the Navy league,
sent by tlie Navy league to go through
the country an.l discuss the question
of a Canadian navy?   Be said!   i am
In absolute agreement with the prln-
J. W. WEART TO Bf
CANDIDATE EOR REEVE
Prominent Burnaby Mai*
Accepts Nomination
Strong Committee formed-
At a largely attended meeting of
the ratepayers of Burnaby yesterday-
evening, every portion of the municipality being represented, J. W.
Weart, of West Burnaby, was the
unanimous choice as a candidate for
the reevesbip at the coming elections.
Mr. Weart was proposed by 8. G.
Walker and seconded by P. B. Brown.
In a neat speech Mr. Weart accepted the nomination, briefly o.mining
the platform on which he would appeal to the electors. His arpearanee
and the close of his address nere signals for applause.
The following were elec'e.1 a committee to attend to the necessary
organization work on Mr. "A'eart's behalf: D. C. MacGregor, P. G. Walker,
P. P. Morrison, C. R. Cordon, J. C.
Allen, E. Peck, J. C. Holme, W. Duffy,
J. Vauvel, C. F. Sprott, S J. Pierce,
H. J. Keen. C. H. W'ight (Central
Park), J. Burt and W   George.
P. B. Brown accepted a nomination
for the councellorsh'o of ward two.
He addressed the neeting at some
length, outlining his policy.
Councillors MacCregor and Sprott
also addressed thf- meeting.
Before a vote en the adjournment
was taken, a vot<< of thanks was passed to C. F. Spro't, who acted as chairman.
Only Two Successful.
Victoria. Dec. 12.���Of the thirteen
candidates for certificates of competency as steam boiler inspectors
but two have been successful in obtaining the desired credential, Fred
Bath and Fred Tyggan.
REM! IN BMtflL IS
MMMY. a UN vm
Fleet Sails Away Under Sealed Orders
���State of Seige Proclaimed for
Thirty Days.
Wo Jimiero. Ilnizll. Dec. 12.���Lata
today the vessels of the fleet, wilh
Tf,o exception of (lie Dreadnoughts!
MIiihr (leras and H. ri Paulo, put <t��
sea under sealed orders nnd with government officers in command,
It Is reported (lint the breech lockf*
nf the guns of the Dreadnoughts aro
111 possession of government officials.
'l'he chamber ol deputies met today
itnd voted to boll llie city In a stato
of selue for thirty days. Afbmbern
of parliament, however, ate Imnutnr
from the piovlslon ni the special act.
l'he chamber was unanimous In It*
action.
The city Is quiet  todny and apparently the revolt Is over.
friend���th�� premier of the province or
Hritish Columhla was present. 1
want to read lo the lion, member for
Yalc-Carlboo (Mr. Burrelll, aud to-
the Conservatives of this house and
to eastern Canada, what Mr. McBride,
at the official reception of the Rainbow, said about llie Canadian navy. I
can only say that  If tbe prounostien-
tlotis of some of Ihe responsible BU��
ciple of a Caniidlin navy as proposed | |���tel��� 0f itrltlsh Columbia, who anllil-
by the Laurier government,     it  li I pftte that Mt. McBride is gobg to talta
pari   of Andrew   McTavish.    a lonely   perfectly  true���I  have  no disposition . ,.|mrRP,g{ the destinies of the Conser-
to deceive tlie house���that Mr. Wolley   vnt|ve party happen to come true be>
iias said:    I would have been better I fore these hon. gentlemen lmve bad
pleased if the prime minister and his ������ opportunity or Changing SfSin, (hen
misguided religious zeal and utter ' government hud gone Ho ther, and bad iMr MoBridS will support (he 1/iuiior
savagery thai was more realistic than j made a contribution. I believe there . government on tlie question of the Cu-
ileasant, and the vllllafl o'f the piece,' has been  fl  crisis still nnd    I   WOUld
Scot on tlie edge of civilization, embittered to the point of madness by
his misfortunes, gave an exhibition of
William McDonald, a   smooth-sj  keblhavd heen In absolute accord with the
railroad   engineer    i.nd     profession  !'Liberal party  IT they hud had provid
seducer of women, wns well  portray j ed  for a contingency or that il<
ed by G. Gwynne (iairette.    Hilda Mc
Tavlsfa i Miss Halite Mitchell), succeeded in looking as absolutely woebegone and miserable ns tbe circumstances demanded, while R. B, Williamson was at home ns the light-
hearted George Huntley.
GALBRAITHS BUY   MILL.
v.-.lp-
tlon, That is tlie pOSiti n thut Mr.
Wolley   takes  anil   is   what   he    said.
When members from the Dominion
parliament m> back to the   ea. Ital
city Of Victoria or the cities of lit It
Ish Columbia and designnle the Canadian navy as n tin-pot navy, I want
to put myself on record as saying t int
i have absolutely no use or tolerance
for a man of that description.    When
li-i-ii;iit navy,   Mr. McBride s-iid:
"He   entirely   endorsed    whit      Mr.
Templeman  hml  fo eloquently  said
nnd what his honored leader of thr>
government bus been pleased to say
also.'
"Iwant lo cull my hon. friend's attention particularly lo (hls report.
" 'We realize the great slmiilli-itieff
of the slop the Canadian people have
taken In Ihe etsnblishlng of tlle Canadian navy���'
"ls there nny misgiving about that
nto   which   the   Canadian     people
The    B. C.  Manufacturing    Company   he takes that position he Is Slapping j,���ve entered with all heartiness
Acquired   by  Local   Firm.
The plant of the B, C. Manufacturing company on Lulu Island has been
sold to Galbraith & Sons, who, it is
understood, will use the mill and
yards In addition to the mill they
operate at present on Tenth street.
The locntlon on Lulu Island is a de
slrable one. having 760 feet of water
frontage.on tha north arm of the
Fraser. Oalbrnlth & Sons have asked
the council for a transfer and renewal
of the lease of these water lots, and
It wlll probably be after Alderman
Johnston's return from the east that
an answer will be given. Alderman
Johnston is chairman of the finance
committee and water lot leases are
his specialty.
The regular meeting of the W. C
T. U. waa held yesterday nfternoon in Ithe harbor of Esquimalt in
Queen's avenue Methodist church
the coming civic contest providing
food for much of the discussion. The
ladles have not yet decided on the
names ol the' candidates they will
support.
V
directly at my hon. friend who Is not
in his seat, the hr.n. member for Victoria (Mr. Barnard), who, when lie
went back to the city of Victoria Inst
session, designated the Canadian navy
as a tin-pot navy. But now, I snld
that the premier of British Columbia
wns .at variance with my hon. friend.
Of course, Mr. McBrlle spoke before
the hon. leader of the opposition moved his amendment, but that would
only indicate that my good friend, the
leader of the opposition, had not tak
en his friend, Mr. McBride, into his
confidence. 1 think that is a very unfair advantage to take. When you are
compelled..-to.agree on points ultimately, whether you disagree at the present time, is it only fair that you
should kno.w what is in the future.
The training ship Rainbow went into
my   dis-
"Now th�� theory of hon. gentlemen
opposite   that the Canadian   peopi��
know nothing about It and that in order to give them an opportunity tt��
know somehlng about 11 my lion.
friend shoul.l dissolve this parliament and go back to the country f��
altogether at. variance with what Mr.
McBride says that they have entered
Into it with nil heartiness���
���'and with every determination ttmf
at all costs we shall take n place inr
the defence of the empire such as tho
energy of our p^oj.le ln number an*
wealth would warrant us tn doing."
trict the other day. My hon. friend
the minister of inland revenue (Mr.
Templeman) wns present. Mv hon.
friend the member for Victoria was
present  and  my hon. friend���and 1
���������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Regina Wet, Moose /aw Dry-    ���
��� Regina, Dec. 12.���After   the   ���
��� fiercest campaign ever waged' *~P
*> here, Regina remaned "wet" ���
*>  at the   close of today's   el*o  <������
��� tlons.   The local optloniete are  ���
��� comforted by Moose Jkw hav-  ���
��� tag done "dry." +
��� .  . . ���
may call him so because he Is   my *>*>*> ������ ���������#���<���#.*���*������>���������
*tsps* PAGE TWO,
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER
13�� 1910
I
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J Apj
f WAN
' woi
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; pood references,
Apply box 8, Nows office.
TO RENT���NEW SIX ROOMED
bouse, fully modern, close in: rent
$20 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co., Ltd.
TO LETt-FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seven!li stieets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RKNT.
auolv 71? Tr<��w ��trfi��>
WANTKD���BY JAPANESE WOMAN,
work by day. Apply soo Columbia
street.    Telephone 261.
ROOM TO RKNT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply nt 233 8th St.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding bouse; fust class
board; all home cooking, Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTKD���WOMAN FOR CLEAN-
ing and washing two days in week;
no children. Apply W. Hatt-Cook,
62. Front street, city, or residence,
Highland Bark, Burnaby.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
piy upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbl.   Mt'-flot  unit Clarkson
TO RKNT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after (i p. in. or between !) a. m. and
B p. m, at Room 14. G23 Columbia
.trfl^t
CHINESE THRONE
WILL LOSE POWER
WANTKD ��� A YOUNG MAN IS
open to keep a small set of books
in evening. Apply box K, News office.
WANTKD���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write fire insurance in the district;
only good p'odticer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission, Applications to
be forwarded to A. L. Cardin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, B. C.
LOST.
LOST���LIGHT CHESTNUT HORSE,
wearing halter, and Frank by
name. Any information about same
leading to recovery will be rewarded. Please forward to S. Svendson,
South Westminster.
LOST ���A LADIES' COLD OPEN
face watch with Initials "K. R." on
back. Finder kindly return to fill
Gth street and receive reward.
existence it. devloped a striking independence and exhibited a spirit that
was almost rebellious.
Persuasion  Effective.
When  a  few   weeks  ago  tbis  attitude was changed 'notably, the gener-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       nl belief was that the body bad been
  | intimidated,   An increased number of
i troops in the streets was mistaken as
Tmnprinl Pivlin>Yianf' ia Til��   ! ��n evidence of the government's de-
lmpenai parliament is Like- tormination to Buppr^8 ,he activities
ly to Begin Its Work atan|^0erteprr8��V,nclal ^^ *** ttilr
It appears now that these and others who urged a still earlier meeting
of parliament bad no intention of
abandoning their campaign, but simply altered their tactics and embarked
upon a plan of private though undoubtedly  foreful  persuasion.
Early date.
Pekin, Dec. 12.���It seems safe to
announce tonight that the ancient absolute regime in China will exist only
historically after the Chinese Now
Year in January, 1911. It Is stated,
that the throne has decided to accede
to the resolution of the Imperial senate praying for tlie immediate creation of a constitutional cabinet.
Reform   in   Par.t
Political events ln China liave mov-
MAN OF MYSTERY
DIES AT BERKELEY
Berkeley, Dec. 11,���After eking out
a precarious livelihood by odd Jobs
while pursuing post-graduate work at
the university, many thousands of
miles from his native Austria, Hugh
ed with a rapidity that appears almost | nii88 Godlover., believed to lie the
revolutionary when it is considered ' estranged son of wealthy parents and
that the provincial assemblies repre- regarded at the university as a man
senting the first step toward popular 0f mystery, died suddenly last night,
government in the empire's history of Godlover, who is twenty-three years
thousands of years were inaugurated (old, bad secured two degrees in Aus-
so recently as October 14, 1909. tria before coming to the coast  two
The    first imporial senate met    on, years    ago.    On    arriving    here    lie
C1T-REFORM
$ ��� 8. Suits are
the best values for tjle
money ever offered in
Canada.
They give a choice of
the season's newest and
best styles���in patterns
and effects that have no
duplicates elsewhere.
STRAYED.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 02 Hastings street east.
FOUND.
  *a^***mr*\
FOUND���A SURK .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 any time free of charge with E.
Greyell, 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, New Westminster, B.C.
STRAYED���BROWN  WATER  SPAN-	
iei dog, six months old.    Return to  year period of preparation.
October 3 last. Tho late empress
dowager had decreed that a general
representative legislative body to be
known as the imperial parliament be
convoked in 1916 at the end of a nine-
or notify \V. Dingle, Edmonds,
ward.
Re-
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real  Estate   Agents.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
New  Westminster.
DON'T   overlook   the   opportunity   to
Make money in New Westminster's J
best residential district.   Get in be-1
fore   the   raise   in values.      White, I
Shiles & Co. have some extra good
buys in this locality, which it will
pay you to investigate. |
changed bis name.
Always a recluse and devoted to his
studies, Godlover during the last year
has been even more solitary, lie
still carried on liis work on the
campus, but did not register as a student and appeared deeply oppressed
and could often be heard muttering
and talking to himself on the Btreet,
His death was due to pernicious
anemia.     His   friends   said,   however,
the    real
People  Impatient.
However, the people, having had a
taste of popular government, were impatient and tlie senate, soon after it
was organized,  demanded   the  imme-	
diate convocation of a general parlia-   that  utter exhaustion  was
ment.    Tho throne and grand council; cause of bis death.
yielded to the extent of advancing tlie 	
date for the inauguration of parliament to 1013, a decree making this effective being promulgated on November 4.
It was at first thought tbat tlie sen-
Elegant
Worsteds
ancl  Irish
English
and Scotch
Tweeds ���
**> I o.
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
WHALES WITH WHISKERS
DISCOVERED BY ANDREWS
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���A NEW FOUR ROOM
cottage on cleared lot, one minute
from car, No. 324 Alberta street,
Sapperton. Price $1500; $350 cash,
balance every three months for 2'i
years at 7 per cent. Apply owner,
W. Hatt-Cook, 527 Front street.
	
FOU SALE. ��� NEW MODERN
houses on Second street, near
Eighth avenue. Apply in owners
oft ice at tlie buildings. Dominion
Trust Co., agents.
FOR SALK���SIX-ROOM ED COT-
t.i. e on corner; lot 00x100; electric-
light. Price $1800, $000 cash, balance to arrange. Apply 920 Tenth
street.
NINE choice lots on Seventh avenue
west, near tbe new B. C. Electric
cut off at $525.00 each, on easy
terms. These will advance rapidly
ln price as soon as the work is completed.
New York, Dec. 11.���Whales witli
whiskers are not at all numerous in
ate, one-half of the membership of, this part of the world. In fact, it is
which was appointed by the throne,' more than likely that any of the old
would be subservient, but early in its J whalers    along    the    North    Atlantic
' coast would laugh at the suggestion
that a whale with whiskers ever had
been seen.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
MODERN
City for
homes   in  all   parts  of
sale on easy terms.
th:
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near the orphanage, $1400;
small casli payment and balance as
rent.
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $2700;
$500 cash balance monthly,
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, wltb
passengers and  freight  as  follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
I Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Several sets of whale whiskers
form part of a collection just put on
view at the American museum of
natural history. Tbey are part of
the material obtained by Professor
Roy C. Andrews of tlie museum staff
on liis recent 38,000 mile trip through
the unfrequented parts of the Pacific
ocean.
The discovery  of these  patches  of
Leaves Chilliwack"Wednesday, Fri 11,!ail'.'..w.hlf.^  ���?���J���?A _��J?n?. J"
day and Sunday at 7 a. in.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
FOR
SALE���SURREY
u
     SNAP, N.  |
of N. W. hi Sec. 34, Tp. 7. A fine
piece of farm land, easily cleared,
one-quarter mile from B. C. E. R.,
two miles from Cloverdale. Price
$80.00 per acre, one-quarter casli,
balance one, two and three years.
Apply A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.    Phone F 507.
FOR SALE���SURREY SNAP, SIX
blocks of five acres each, good land,
slashed and easily cleared, in Port
Mann district, between Kennedy
and Scott road stations. Price $300
per acre, one-quarter casli, balance
six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-
four months. Apply A. G. Marshall,
South Westminster.   Phone F507.
FOR SALE���PORT MANN ACREAGE
and lots in townsite of Port Mann,
water frontage and dockage. Apply
A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.
Phone F 507.
See  us  about  a  new  five-room   house j
on Hamiliton street, one block from
car line; $2400 witli small cash pay-j
ment.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
heavy tufts beneath the jaws of the
huge  animals,  is  considered  by  Professor Andrews as proof that whales
at one time were hair-coated animals
which lived on the land and propelled
i themselves on land with flippers and
] tail as they do at present.   The skele-
: ton structure of certain    species    of
| whales bears out this theory.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate  Agents.
628  and   746   Columbia  St.
New   Westminster.
Gold Watcbes for Ladies from .12.75 I       Developing   New  South  Wales.
Bp. I    Sydney, N. S. W., Dec. 11.���Mr. Mc-
Watches,    gents'    open face j Gowen,  the  prime   minister   of   New
[South Wales,    proposes   to   raise tlie
Tt-���. ��.��� ���.->  ram^m    MII) I wages of state employees to a living
Watches,  gents   open    case, i
for    Waltham   and     Elgin
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
Silver
16.00.
Sliver
17.50 up.
Agent
Watches.   	
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY YOU TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1003, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; house over store,
���consisting of two bedrocms, kitchen, pa'lor, stable, woodshed and
���storeroom, including stock, postof-
lice, telephone, agency C. P. R., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
.New Westminster. Full particulars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 20
city. tf.
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks in cultivation, $250 an
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A   '/,. P. O. Box 29, city. tf.
POR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, ln very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
���street, City.
FOR
SALE���ON EASV TfflKMS,
SIX
roomed
house and two lots-    close
to 1
tram.
Immediate possession.
Ap-
ply
Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
TO LET���TWO COMFORTABLE,
partly furnished rooms, for light
housekeeping. Apply Box 12, Daily
.News.
TWO LKT���TWO FURNISHED BED-
rooms with board in private family.
Apply Box 12, Dally News.
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500  Tons,  7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18.2 Knots.
'4 FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart. S. S. "Prince Albert" will leave Prince Rupert noon Friday, Dec. 23rd, for Port
Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc.
Special Cruise to Hawaiian Islands, February 2nd.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For time tables, illustrated literature, and all Information apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, L. V. DRTJCEJ,
City Pass, and Ticket A. net. Commercial Agent.
527 Granville St.   Phone 71 00. Plione 3000.
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC  STEAMSHIP  LINES.
(standard; to pass a new industrial
! act, embodying the principles of arbitration and recognizing tlie principle
of unionism; to extend the eight-hour
principle, and to recognize tiie department of labor ant industry under a
permanent under secretary. He proposes also to institute cheaper and
quicker processes of law; to open and
work a state coal mine; and to build
all the necessary locomotives to the
state itself. The policy of labor would
be to build up a sturdy people, equal,
if not superior, to the oldest civilizations of the world, and to make life in
Australia so attractive that advertising would be unnecessary.
Baptist church, announced that he
I would select candidates for Uie offices by tbis method. The primary
will lie held in December and the
election In January.
"There   is   nothing   new   in   politics,
any more than in anything else," said
| Mr. Graves.  "Tlie apostles,  in  selecting a  successor to Judas,  named  two
I candidates,  Joseph   and   Mathlas,  and
then they cast lots and the the latter
; i
was chosen.
"The  last  four  verses   in   chapter
one of tlie Acts is my proof that tlie
modern primary hud its origin in thei
Bible.   Relative  to  the  successor  of
Judas, the verses read:
"'And tliey appointed two; Joseph
called  Barr ab us, who was surnamed
Justus and  Matthias.
"'And 1 hoy prayed and sail:
"Thou, Lord, wbicli knows the h<-;i11s
of all men, shew whether of these
men Thou hast chosen.'
"'And   they   gave   forth   their  lots;:
and the lots fell upon  Matthias;  and
he   was   numbered   with   the   eleven
apostles.'"
"That was as truly a primary RS
could be. Tlle eleven lirst chose two
candidates ami then elected one.
"1 will follow tiiis plan at unchurch primary. Two ballots will be
cast by eacli member lor every office, an.l those receiving the highest
number will he declared ihe candidates, At tlie January elections officers  will be elected from these."
HEAUACHE POWDtttS
FATAL TO STUB
Reason Assigned for Death of Unive*
sity  of   Pennsylvania  Medical
Undergraduate.
REFORMING    MOROCCO   ARMY.
Manner
USED   PRIMARY   METHOD.
Des Moines Clergyman   Cities   Scriptures to   Prove  Statement.
Des Moines, Dec. 8.���Citing the first ^	
| chapter of the Acts to prove that the their  rifles, etc, had  been  stolen
I apostles  held   primary  elections,   the tbe officers.
I Rev. J. W. Graves, pastor of Calvary Desiring to make as good a show ns
Sultan   Confronted   With   All
of   Difficulties.
London, Dec. 12.���A Tangier correspondent litis given an amusing description of the difficulties which confront the Sultan of Morocco in bis efforts to reform his army.
The Moorish officers, who by all
manner of corruption were able to
make ii profitable living out of their
positions, oppose the new svstcm,
especially as to the payment of tlieir
hands. It was only by ordering all
the troops into Fez for an inspection by himself thnt the sultan was
able to obtain possession of the arms
nnd accoutrements of bis soldiers, as
a    very   considerable    proportion    of
by
Philadelphia,    Dec   ll.- Leroy   P,
Scott, senior in tlie medical sel : ol
the University of Pennsylvania, died
in the university hospital under circumstances which necessitate investigation by tlie coroner. The physicians
at the hospital believe Mr. Si tt'B
story   that   he   took     an  overdose   (if
headache powders, bui notified tlio
police in case there should he further
developments,
Mr. Scott was found unconscious in
a room in a dormitory Decupled by a
friend, I., w. Webb, who I sbsenl for
the Thanksgiving holidays, tti Scotl
had lived for two years In another
house. According to (leorue l.i-in.
who conducted tlie house, he bad been
of tlie Jolilest and happiest dl I
tlon, but recently had been verj nervous, Tiiis condition .Mr. Burton
ascribed  to overwork.
Mr. Burton's theory is that Mr. |
Scott went to his friend's room to try
to obtain sleep away from the uniscs
of the students' hoarding house, To
induce sleep be took headache powders. Mr. Scott was broughl to con-
sclousness by physicians in the university and told tbem that lie mus?
have taken an overdose of Uie powder.
possible at the parade, the officers
brought out the concealed arms and
hired a lar^e number of loafers to
serve as soldiers, hoping by thu
means to Impress the sultan witli
their excellent services and to conceal
the fact that they bad been drawing
the pay of far more men than they
really had under their command The
army  appeared   upon   parade  in   tl'8
pnlace square, tbe gates were
closed
and the soldiers ordered to disarm
and take off their uniforms, while the
dismayed officers saw all the I""1 car"
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FRONT
bedroom and side bedroom.    Apply
JO" Agnes street, near library.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
and every half hour 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.
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:
City.
20-minute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.
service  from  8  a.  m.  until  11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 6:10 a. m. until  11:30  p.  m.
service  from 8:10 a.  m. until   11:30 p. m.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH:
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 Wettminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Cliilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Sunday���20-minutes
Sunday���20-mlnutes
23c
JAPANESE MATS
36 x 72 In.
23c
We are making this
SPECIAL LOW PRICE
IN JAPANESE MATS
FOR   MONDAY   AND   TUESDAY
We have a large stock of Dining and Parlor Suites,
Centre Tables and Kitchen Furniture, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Art Rugs, Blankets,
Curtains, Etc. Anyshing to make the home comfortable,
AT  EXCEPTIONALLY LOW   PRICES
Just Look In and See For Yourselves
GRAHAM & WILKINSON
THE MEN WHO SAVE YOU MONEY
Phone 707 655 Front Street
��a TU
ESDAY,
DECEMBER 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
j, NEWSOME & SONS
painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
2l4 sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567.
* B. C
"Eat and Be Merry!"
tat hearty meals of wholesome food, take
Railway Time Tables
r  [   H. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaulo.
|6ave Vancouver for New West-
-jniter at ��:&��. 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until U:30 p.m.
C��rs l��va
New Westminster for Van
m
occaS   3      '* * neW per::on'    Sw stomach-heartburn-
N?DRl   rn gn   ��n~~Chronlc  dyspepsia - all yield  quickly to
Suie,nyT (fen^h> y��Ur ��tomach "gams its ton?, and soon
requires no further aid.
srv ?5" a ^h',   lf your drugg's* has not stocked them yet send
i>Uc. and we will mail them. 37
NATIONAL DRUG .  ND CHEMlCAL CO. OF CANADA  LIMITED. MONTREAL.
wuyer at i>:50, 6:20, 6:fi0. 7:20 aud
j-00 a in . an(l every ^alt hour there-
lftf>r Bntll  11:00 9-m.
Sjnday Schedule.
Car, |,ave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 antl 0:00 a.m., and
eKrv   half   hour   thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Care lea ve New Westminster fur Van
couver Bt ":��0 a.m., and pv��ry half
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Qars  leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
at 8 a in. to io p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
5 a.m  to 10 p.m.
0. J. Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xmas   work.      We  li
ave
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
URGES PRIESTS TO
NIP NATIONALISM
Preacher Would Have Catholics and Protestants Fight
French Autonomy.
8:17
Great   Northern   Railway,
Leau-s     New     Westminster
im. arrives Seattle 3:06 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    10:30
im.; arrives  Seattle  3:16  p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    4:30
p.m.: arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves   New    Westminster    111:27
U       Ives Seattle 7:36 a. rn.
Leivi ��� Seattle  8:06 a, m.;
)ie�� v.��� stminster 2:60 p. m.
i.   ���    Seattle  12:25 p, m.;
(StWestminster 0:25 p.m.
!���   ���     Seattle   4 :36 p. m.:
Un "��� ��� tminster 9:27 p, m.
Seattle ll :45 p. m,;
Ji����'.'.- -'minster 0:30 a. in.
arrives
arrives
arrives
arrives
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHKD 1817,
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Brandies throng bout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu In London. Kngland. New York, Chicago and Spokane
U.S.A.. and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issuer, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savin, s Dank D��rartment���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
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
IP RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
30���From   Vancouver   and   Agas-
Toronto, Dec. 12.���"I appeal tonight to the ministers of tbe church
of Home, who are undoubtedly be
bind most movements in our sister
province, to aid us in tills matter. I
appeal to tliem because of the history
of Europe, of France and Spain, of
Germany and Italy. I appeal to them
to stop this movement ln its infancy.
"They can stop It if they will, 1 appeal to Hornan Catholics and Protestants to join bands In a nationalism
as lar(-e In mind and hope as Canada
an:l the empiie.
"To do tills Protestants must not
be sectarian; Hornan Catholics must
not segregate and separate nor ask
for peculiar privileges. Europe has
taught us a lesson thai we cannot
build an oiii| ire where the races or
creeds demand, ii| on racial or sectar- j
lan grounds, spoi i-.u autonomy or special privileges."
With tiiis appeal, Rev, Dr, lllncks,
preaching In Broadway Tabernacle
last night brought to a close a vigorous denunciation of the Nationalist
propaganda. "Nationalism in Canada," said Dr. Illnck, "grows out of a
feeling that the great French race
have not bad a fair deal under our
confederation, and lt is, therefore, the
banding together to get a more or
less complete autonomy and to resist
what they consider undue imperialism.
"Quebec is claiming a local autonomy different from that of any otber
province in Canada. Tbis was the position of the southern states, which
ultimately led to the civil war. Tlie
danger of nationalism is that it is already asking favors on race grounds
and creed grounds, wliich, if granted
to one race must be granted to others, and tben tlie Dominion will ultimately split up into infinitesimal racial units."
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PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
G. N. R.���Port Guiction.
toils New Westminster daily, ex-
sept Sunday   from   b'idce   passenger
SS '        0   p. in.;    an Ives   at   Port
fa:.'' n I    IO p. in.
Leavea Port Gulchon S:oo a.m.
dally, f epl Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
i  .   a in.
G.   N.   R.���Sutras   Branch.
!��� Sumas   6: 10   a. in;    arrives
bridce passenger station. Now West
Uuti to: 20 a. in. dally execept
Sunday.
'... ��� New Westminster bridge
fsssei ei station 8:50 p.m.; arrives
Bb      J:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
COAL
New
Wellington
I siz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    i No. 97).
17:0.")���From Vancouver,    (No, 96).
19:20���From Seattle arid Mission.
22:60���From Montreal and Nicola.
: i No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To Vancouver, Seattle. Ni-
j cola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.    iNo. 97).
15:66���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
. Montreal   i No   96).
17:r,o���To Agassi/ and Vancouver.
21:40���To  Vancouver.     (No.   1).
H.  W.   BRODIE,  G.  P. A.,  Vancouver,
couver.
C0��!il TQ CANADA TO
STUDY FARM METHODS
A TTENTION !
Don't fall to investigate this proposition. Thirteen acres fronting
on tlie Clark road, Coquitlam, The Stave Lake Power Company line
runs through portion of the property. This is one of the best buys
to be found in Coquitlam. Price $500 per acres; terms, one-third
cash, balance ii, 12 and 18 months at 7 per cent, interest.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.  H.  McCormick  Manager Heal Estate Department.
451   COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 315.
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
Trapp   Block.
English   Chamber cf   Agriculture   Arranging   Educational   Tours to  This
Country   Next   Year.
WhaS: About  That
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
Phone 711.
Box  160.
Carpet Squares
QUALITY    .   .   .
4
We Bought at a big Reduction in price a quantity of "Jassv Sxuares.
What "Nairns " signifies to Linoleum, so "Jassy" signifies to carpet
squares���THE BEST ON THE MARKET.
The colorings are two tone red in a very effective pattern, and olive
green shades in a pretty design.
These Rugs are suitable for any room in your house, and come in the
following sizes:
3 x 3 yds in Red only
3 x 3 1-2 yds in Red and Green,
3 x 4 yds in Red and green
3 x 3 yds in Red and Green
SEE OUR WINDOW  FOR PRICES
London, Dec. 12.���Educatl inal tours
iu Canada are being organized for
next year by the English Central and
Associated Chambers of Agriculture
for the tienefit of farmers wbo are not
above learning from Canadians bow
English farming methods can be im-j
proved.
The itinerary is to include visits to)
the  leading  agricultural   colleges and
government   experimental   farms   in
Canada  and  tlle eastern  states.    The
study of dlffetnt stylos of fanning will
be   investigated     on   typical     farms:
wheat in Manitoba and Saskatchewan,
fruit at Niagara and in British Colum-1
Ida,   and   dairy   terming     in   Ontario, I
Michigan and New York.    Lectures by
experts on such topics ns the feeding,
of cattle and improvements In strains
of cereals will be arranged.
It is proposed that these agricultural tours sliall be of two lengths, the
longer to cover six mont lis, April to
September; the shorter, three months,
April to June or July to September.
The longer tour will enable the farm
er to invetsigute not only seeding, but
harvesting, and provided he works on
a farm or farms under normal conditions, as It is proposed be sliall do for
about three months of the time, It
will cost him not more than the short
tour would.
V^e have a full line
of Rogers Bros. 1847
Silverware, also a full
Selection of high $rade
Carvers, Cutlery ana
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
ALL GOOD CITIZENS
MUST   READ   NEWSPAPERS,
>������������<
University    of Washington, Seattle. I
Dec.  12.���That a man  who does not |
read tlie newspapers cannot be a good
citizen   was   Prof.   Mac. lalion's   opinion expressed to hls American history
class yesterday.
"I wish," said tbe professor, "thai
I had power to 'flunk' my students
who do not read the papers. There Is
nothing whi -h is so certain nn Index
to show whether a man Is alive or
dead as hi-> newspaper reading Intellectually, ' he is a corpse If he docs not
keep up with the papers. We liave to
know what is going on about us if we
are to be good citizens, and that information must be acquired from the
dailies."
This exhortation was provoked by
the Ignorance his students showed on
the subject' of elections now being
held in Great Britain.
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
Galloway & Lewis
I Up-To-Date House Furnishers
I    Corner Columbia and Fourth Street Phone 809
TREES SENT SOUTH
FOR FESTIVE SEASON
Portland, Dec. 12.���Oregon Christmas trees nre being sent sout^ to
make the holiday seaosn a real one
for the children and grown-ups of California. Cities of the Oolden State
draw on Oregon forests for the greenery that helps to bring Christmas
cheer, and without them the Yuletido
festivities would be lacking.
One of the largest shipments of
Christmas trees of the season has Just
left Portland on the steam schooner
Vosemlte. One thousand Christmas
trees were lashed to the vessel's deck-
load of lumber so that she presented
an Imitation forest island afloat on
the river as she left the harbor. The
steam schooner Yellowstone also took
100 trees, and all will be delivered at
Los Angeles, where they will be sold
to the people of that city.
One Night, Wednesday, Dec, 14
By Special Request the return of the
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Pictures
Matinee at 3.30
Evening 7.30 to 9 p.m.
Adults 10c      Children 5c
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13,
tug Comp
Corner   of
McKenzie   and
Streets.
Victoria
^^^^^^^^^^^^   | Semites Permitted to  Live
C A. Paiae Managing  Director;      ������>...
�� !    Without "Thd Pale."' Res-
ult of Petiti6ns.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER  13, 1910.
St.  Petersburg,    Dec.  12.���An    Imperial order bas been published con-
! firming a resolution recently adopted
I by the cabinet permitting Jewish merchants of the first guild to.reside in
the city and province Of ^losctow.
Emperor  Nicholas  on  November  1
j approved tlie opening of new sections
OUR CITY'S GREAT FUTURE.
" Recent events bave fully    justified
the optimistic feelings   of    many   a
New Westminster man, who, strong in i for the residence of Jews
the faith that was in him, bas stood      Heretofore legal residence   of Jews
patiently by waiting for the day    of J 1,atl been restricted to that section of
great things to arrive
not actually arrived it is unquestion
ably very close at baud. Recent move
If this day has1 the Polish province and the Ukraine
limited by the original Jewish segre-
monts in the real estate market, always  a  reliable indicator of prosperous  times or  otherwise,  make
quite evident
this
gation law and known as "the pale."
The  new  sections embrace twelve
districts in the provinces of Vitebek,
Volhynia, Mohilev, Poltava and Kherson and the town of Yekn'terinodar.
The action of the government    re-
Canadian' suited  from petitions, of Mie inhabit-
��� nuts   of   the   newly   opened   localities
who desired tlie admittance of Jewish
residents   as   a  meanB  of   improving
local business conditions.
that      pjow  is  tbe time    to    get    spring
in the; flowering bulbs from Davies, the-Flor-
R208. **
Junction has been the Iist-    ri;one
The Quite recent announcement of
a large purchase by the
PaciPc railway at Coquitlam came
jn��t when the excitement over the
Port Mann townsite was subsiding
and caused quite a flutter among investors, with the consequence
every  available piece of land
vicinity cf the       	
subject   of   exciting   deals.     But   ere |
folks ha** time to recover from their *J      r���
,   ,   , .i''ie  sure  the  publ!3   will  join   us   i
surmise al the unexpected boom at; JU1"  "*
1 . , .,       ....      ���,.      ,,,.    congratulating the men on haviuB n
Coquitlam   came the still  more stirring move in and around Sunbury last;
week.    The exact reason for this    is
ltither  a  subject  for  guessing.    The!
movement may have some relation to!
purchases for another railway termin- i
al and wharfage cn the Fraser, but it [
is Just as likely that a few far-seeing
investors    liave    determined    to    lay
hands upon all the Fraser river water j been made to register J. P. Hampton
frontage tliey  can,  being  strong    in I ^ole as. the owner in Fee Simple, un
their  belief that every  yard  of  thi
will
value.    The correctness    of    such    a | the 1st day of December, A. D.,"li)'o:f,
view  is rather borne out by the eir-   of all and singular that certain parcel'
cumstances   that   land   at   all   points   ��r. tract of land and premises situate,
.. .        ,,     , ,_   lying   nnd   being   in   the   District    of,
down the river and on the larger   is-   New Westminster, in the Province of
lands has changed hands during the - British   Columbia,   more   particularly
last few days.    Much of the available I known and described as Lot 2'. block
frontage  on    the    river    above    the I ^j   1��t  16��  block  8'-   lots   28  and   29,
bridge has also been and    is    being  * ����k, ��; Jf?.1 �����*  4- Mock  8, sub-
niMSion   ot   lot    202,    group    1     Povt
secured, either for industrial sites or   Moody.
speculation. You and those claiming through or
in
_ _    ib-
tained this concess'on and the government in bavin;.; recogni.ei ihe
justice of their claims.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
der a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Flet-
cher, Assessor of the District of West-1
very  scon  possess a  gilt edged   minster, to J. P. H-. Bole, bearing date i
You
All  these various -movements point   Ululel'  you  ancl  all   persons  claiming
to thc fact that the real value of the   ?"]' '",erest in the Siild ,:'^ *>'  vlr-
_. .     , , .        tlle   of   an-v   unregistered   instrument.
Fraser river as a fresh water port has and all j arsons claiming any interest
J'een recognized. The successful re- in tlie said land by descent, whose
���suit cf tiie visit by the strong and . UtIe is "ot registered under the pro-
representative deputation to Ottawa VI-sinns ��f <-he "Land Registry Act,"
_,,_,, .are required to contest the claim of
last week has undoubtedly been in the tax purchase within forty-five
some measure responsible for the days from the date of the.flrst public-
activity in water frontage deals dur- ation of this notice upon you, and in
lng the last few davs.    The    sympa-  fefault  of *��� caveat or certificate of!
thetic attitude of the government to-; period  oMn -___^\  Mi   ""H
i penoci, or in tierault or redemption be-
wards the improvement of not only fore registration, you and each of you
the main south channel, but also of w>" forever estopped and debarred
the north arm has served to strength-  frnm setting up any claim to or in re-
en the now pretty general feeling that  g��. f ?e��'^'^ ��� ***" ��*'
lsltl J- ' ��� ttampton Brie as owner
New \\ estminster will become the thereof in fee. And I hereby order
greatest port on the Pacific coast ow-; that publication of tbis notice for
ing to tiie splendid shipping facilities ' tllirt>' days in a daily newspaper pub-
which the Fraser affords. j llsh?d   in   New   Westminster  will   be
This activity on the outskirts of the   ^ted^n "'V" ���.��_��_  thereof'   '
uated at the Land Registry Ofllce
���Ctty is bound to strengthen values in   New   Westminster,   Province  of  Brlt-
the city itself.    Another circumstance ', ish   Columbia,  this  2Sth  day   of  No-
likewise influence the up-1 vember, A. D., 1910.- '
KEITH,
that  musl	
ward movement is the important com
mercial  developments  wliich are  underway ln this city.    The new building of five stories which will soon be
���commenced on the corner of Begbie
and   Columbia streets;   the  flne  new
Canadian Bank of   Commerce   block
now going up opposite the city hall,
and the range of offices at present being built at the corner of    Sixth   and
Clarkson streets are    some    of    tlie
actualities  of  present    day    developments, to say nothing of the enlarge-'
ment cf their accommodation by many I
.of tbe merchants of    the    city.    But
there are also in    the    making    tlie
���erection of a large business block be-
twen  the  Dean    building    and J.  II.
Todd's music store, and the possible
sale   of  the  city    hall    site,    among
others.    Taking a broad and general
view  of all  these    circumstances    it
must   be  evident  to  every one  that
:the Koyal City is now    coming    into
that  position  which is  by  right her
own.
C. S-^^^^
District Registrar.
To James Hograth, Robert McEwen,
Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey.
REMOVAL SAlf
It is highly    satisfactory    to   learn
that arrangements have    been    completed   between  the  federal    government and the B. C. Electric Railway
company whereby the letter carriers
will, from today, be able to ride free
of cost on the street cars in this city.
It lias for some time been a grievance
-.that the postmen have had to defray
���the   cost of  their  own   fares,   which
��vas altogether unfair.    These willing
rfcervanta of the public have a by no
atnonns easy time in carrying    the'r
��mr!s of letters, parcels    and    newspapers about the hilly streets of our
<'ity   and to them the facility of free
���car.travel will be most weleoiu . *.\'n
Diamond Rings
Reg. $18 Solitaire  $12.50
Reg. $45 Solitaire ....$33.00
(Reg. $65 Solitaire  $45.00
Reg. $100  (5-stone)    $72.00
Reg. $110 Cluster   $85.00
Reg. $55, 2 Emeralds and    Diamond    $39.00
Reg.  $ti5, 2 Diamonds   and    Sap-
hire  $45.00
Reg. $(!0, 2 Diamonds and Ruby $45.00
A large variety to    ohttfiSG    from
up to    ! $400 i
CHOOSE YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS NOW. . >. 5. |
T. Gifford
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
WEEK
Protect Yourself Against Want
8 11/
In   Old  Age
WITH
ugan^WiVflwiiPiiiHiiii-i. iUffgassagt i
the increse in real estate values that
is bound to happen in New Westminster in the next 5 or 6 years���
you can make big money by invsting
NOW.
$1000 invested to-day in good local property
will easily be worth from $3000 to
$6000 cash in five years time
Get Busy!
waMB^���a���jM
THESE BARGAINS
offered at the prices quoted will net big returns to the investor.
Let us show you one of these select offerings.
132 x 132, located in the heart of New
Westminster's manufacturing district, close
to good trackage���will be a valuable holding
in another year���$8000. $2500 cash, balance 6, 12, 15 months at 7 per cent
4 sightly lots on Nanaimo St. Fine spot for
a beautiful home, $3400. $1400 cash, balance 6 and 12, months.   Investigate this.
i
HAVE HUNDREDS OF OTHER GOOD INVESTMENTS-CITY LOTS���HOMES���ACREAGE
AT PRICES RIGHT.
W. J. KERR, LTD.
614 Columbia St. Phone
I      614 { TU
gSDAY, DECEMBER  13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SPORTING NEWS
$A(iE frlVR.
THE   SLUGGARD'S    PRAYER.
With
POR some nt;
The Walliiow
ers bad no troul
figured Thai Most of the
players Have not Reached
Top Speed.
	
winning from
night in a
ing game.
The following Is the score:
Sunflowers.
ile in
Wake me not, O gentle maiden, from
iny  shinibers  long aud  deep.
rainbow 1 am busy, spearing
mermaids  in my sleep. ,
Aud  in my  dreams  1  wander madly
through   the   snow   on   vacant
lots !
Fashioning a daisy chain with pumpkin pie forget-me-nots
H��   Vork,   Dec.   12.���A   champion-
���.iscball team Is not built in a
Bnd the Philadelphia  Athletics
tbey
Wilson  ..
Chappell ..
Chamberlin
McLeod  ..
W. Sloan .
1
...mi
..154
. .162
..161
..151
145
105
125
103
157
sliiP
*���'��� .'('pt to hold the title until
J��clithe very top of their perfection
^ Bome younger team develops | ������,.���
trength enough to climb tbo cham-
nionshlp bill an<l l),ish tlle Wllite Ble-
Lnts over tbe ridge. Once a club
Lobe* Its highest degree of efli-
. fV all attempts to remain stationer aie vain> and retrogression follows.
Wallflowers,
l      2      :
no-
113���372
171���458
127���381
110���448
2088
Ttl. Ave.
���429   143
Hut
I Watson ..
i J. Sloan ..
|B. McAdam
Marshall   ..
The Athletics bave not even yet
reached their top speed. Collins, Bar-
-   Oldring,
Foul line judge���Dalley.
[Scorer���J. Smith.
Thomas, Lapp, Baker,
Strunk and Livingston may ;. be ex-
0.K(1 to play faster bail duiing the
Jest two years than they did last
.gjoii Bender, Coombs, Plank and
Worgan can be relied upon to decrease the batting averages of opposing teams Murphy and Davis are
jtiil two of tlie best players In the
game, while Lord and Hai tsel are still
Perhaps the  one  greatest  asset of I SUVft?,,^ ". B ClUb   .'mt WOuld
J White Elephants is their mana- ffi tSL,   -w t *Z*T bBd * mC
""=        ^^^^^^^^^^^m I here was always a weak
the   Sunflowers"*las't  Auou l cle .? the s')ai;kliue Fraser ltt
i,i.,, t,r��� ���. i       . v     , ��� u turbine taxicab;
'���Li. house league bowl- piIrtlng wJth .  pU.tliro'���eadgear BlJ
ting on a marble slab. '
Or    enchanted  in  a garden  with    a'
Chinese mandarin, I
I sit drinking from a trombone heady
draughts of  Hollands gin.
124  Quick agaiu the vision changes, with
152 a  Bhark's-tooth  sword   1   strum
i'2i   Beethoven's symphony pathetic on a
149 ; carmine kettle drum.
this    state    of    things    elyslan
changes    soon    to    scenes    of
**f^^^^^^^m
Ttl. Ave. j And  1  stab  a  sleeping    Klootchman
-408    136 With a red hot butter knife;
ItSjTben ere yet tlie crimson fluid takes
127 I away her ebbing life,
178 I The ship Montrose I'm blithely board-
178 j ing    to   elope   with    Crlppen's
wife.
j Hut alas, wo strike a flouuder floating
gently on its back,
j And as we sink I stuti my toe severely
on the starboard tack.
-"  Then once again  the dove    of peace
with outspread  pinions hovers.
And I embrace a crawfisli���a pair of
most idyllic lovers.
So  wake  me  not,  O  gentle maiden;
lay away the padded club.
In  the embroidered  china closet;   I
ENJOY    THIS    MOKE    THAN
GRUB.
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.187
140
182
126
180
177
139 	
152���444
125���380
190���534
171���535
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champion for three straight, seasons
and held the world's title in 1907 and
1908. In the meantime, Jennings had
won the American League championship twice with bis Detroit Tigers,
iuit never could take tlie world's series from the representative of the
older league.
The   reason   was   that,   whi'e   Jen-
Elephants is their mana-
.Connie Mack.    His judgment, liis1
knowledge of the game and skill  i���   ^J^two for his opponents to break
^TT ,iSt _*2_ hor'nlwl    In my the *���at Chicago machlnel
<������: "���'.'���",,1>, l" * ��" _��. n,i"-h"10  Ot Detroit, wliich had finished tell to
i:, *TJ&.r�� s&. j^Tsraw ^ y?
feud while o,,e weak spot on the j ^LtTZuTnSe^Tnlf��
nine m���y he patched up, soon four or team which bad won the name of "the
he appear.    I hat means going back   neatest   baseball   machine the  game
Billiard  Tournament
baseball    ^^^^^^^^^
ever  produced'*  had  gone down
fcttebegnnlng  and   building  np ���   6ver  produced"  had  gone down   hi
��    ,-:,., ;iisl,p_ aggregation. fast      Brown and   Overall were   no
To prove this It Is only necessary to jon4jer terrors to opposing batsmen
jpotuga he history of the game The mim>r, whn, fol'Vears. had been
Od go oiei the records. In 1894,! the Idol of the Chicago fans, was al-
toton McG aw  jenn ngs and Ftobln-|mo8t a pathetic Iigi.ro   His <, perien c
^   I   ,   . n  f     f more   ma   nn���� hls cunnln8 �����" remained, but he
^e, which won for four conseou- i^    ,08t    Btrength    itml    stamina.
'������'��� , ! "m      ��0   Se;'s"ns  Clw*c* reali��'s tha< ^ must reorgan-
MSetee "ok    be t: le  with  the  ize hls ,oam and Btart agal���.
tea oul,   In 1899 and 1900, Han-,     ���   is  probabie  that neb)t  Feasnn a
y-      ���  Brooklyn team to victory. | younger man will replace Harry Stein-
to     ������     tollowlng    seasons    saw | fcldt     at   tllir,,
Hte triumph   under  the   lo-uler-
Three mimes of billiards in tlie
Royal tournament were played yesterday. Tlie best game was tbat between Huff and Taylor, the former
winning by sixteen points. The following are tlie scores:
C.  Smith   (rec.  40)    200
j McDonald   (rec.  30)    161
! Marshall   (rec.  40)    200
'Stewart (rec. 30)    179
! Huff (rec. 30)   200
| Taylor  tree. 30)    184
INTERPROVINCtAL    LACROSSE.
it   Fred Clark*
ant.
who  is  st 11 in
pen*! :���;
��cfini(
i, with a pitching staff com-
Mathewson. WlltSe, Ames,
and Taylor, broughl the
dinponsliip to New York In 1904
��'���'.���' I hon Frank Chance per-
Uri the Chicago team,  which  was
Ottawa Talks About a Return to Ama-;
teu.- '.-nes.
Ottawa, Dec. 5 ��� in these days of
the return to amateurism, a policy
that is spreading throughout the
length and breadth of tbe land, the
mav bo that Sheckard will have to re-' fa,e of lacrosse, and its apparent design his place to some youngster as ! '-���*M- in ,he hands of the professional
yet unknown, and Archer will proba-
Cadbury's
Chocolates
a
Fancy Boxes,
All sizes
Prices ranging from
25c. to $5.00 a box
The Old folks
ee
NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives
find advancing years bring an increasing tendency
to constipation.    The corrective  they  need  is
jjarauons,  D
^1
pre-
Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless.
A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly.    Increasing
doses nevei;  needed.    Compounded, like all the 125 NA-DRU-CO
parations, by expert chemists.    Money back if not satisfactory.
  25c. a box,    If your druggist has not yet stocked them,
send 25c. and we will mail them.
NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED. MONTREAL.  22
P^
JAP ORANGES
50c per box, large
boxes, between 5
and 6 doz. oranges
in every box. The
quality is the best.
at third base, and perhaps
Johnny Ever may not be able to cover
Becond  with  bis oldtime ability,    it
bly be the chief backstop.
Try  a "Want" ad  In Tlie News   It
will bring results. ������
V XMAS v
Drawing Near
Just 11 More Buying Days
Our whole Stock is a living Directory of useful
Christmas Gifts. You cannot turn without being
richer in idea of what to give, and opportunities to
make your every cent go farthest.
PA
md   will    be
CY TIES In shades and patterns   which are  new
��PPreclated by any man   25c. 50c- ?8o�� $1'00, $1,5��
FANCY ARMBANDS, in good silk elastic
nnd
with  line    trimming
   25c, 50c, 75, $1.00
FANCY VESTS.   A useful and pleasing gift, $2.50, $3.00. $3.50. $4.00,
*5.00 and    $6'00
ir   "The
50c, 75c
I 0W|
'The    llradley,
NECKSCARFS.    That fine knitted scarf,
^"���iity," makes  a  very acceptable gift .. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
FANCY SUSPENDERS, in separate boxes.
UMBRELLAS.   Plain and silk, with a  large assortment of han-Ues.
SMOKING JACKETS, in numerous shades and patterns.
DRESSINQ GOWNS, of the latest designs and color for.
I athletes, brings vividly to tbe mind
that tlie amateur, nnd be alone, can
save Canada's national sport.
The sport needs careful handling,
and. despite tlie fact that the Nation-
el Lacrosse union is doing a great
Jeal towards rebuilding tlie sport.
something must be done to inoculate
Mie lacrosse fever amongst the ama-
���ear teams with a view of developing
*.he juniors.
Interprovlncia!       Rugby       Football ,
union  is'the strongest union in Canada;     the    Interprovlncia!    Amateur
I Hockey association bids fair to travel
1 ihe same road to success, so why not
have an interprovinclal amateur lacrosse association? The presentation
of the Mann Trophy to the amateur
! lacrosse clubs of the country is an
added Incentive to the clubs, and it
may net be long befoie the big clubs
In the different cities, the M. A. A. A.,
O. A. A. C. and St. Catherines Athletics, and. other such powerful organizations, combine ln an effort to
put lacrosse on a solid footing once
more.
The suggestion has been made, not
by one man, but by a host, of lacrosse
enthusiasts, that the necessary machinery to accomplish such a purpose
he set in motion, and every endeavor
he put forth to give the Interprovinclal Amateur Lacrosse association a
good send-off The Canadian Lacrosse
association numbers scores of strictly
amateur teams, and, with (wn teairis
in Montreal, one In Ottawa, one In
Quebec, and two in Toronto, the
schedule ought to be sufficiently at.
tractive to pay the expenses of the
team for the first year at least. Perhaps, following In the footsteps of the
Interprovinclal Amateur Hockey association, it may be advisable to divide
the league Into sections. This would
defray the expenses and make the circuit more compact.
Ottawa promoters are thinking seriously of broaching the matter to the
clubs above mentioned, and It is Just
possible that Ibe league may beccme
a reality before the summer
around again.
New Dates
10c lb.
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I The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
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MATES   SUPPLIED
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         J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Carline.
I
WANTED
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at '2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
REAL ESTATE
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDIN.E, Manager
Inside revenue producing
property from $10000 to
$15000, must be a reasonable price. Apply giving
full particulars to
PEERS & RAMSAY
347 Pender St.    Vancouver.
Bryson Anxious
To Delay Progress
comes
$6.00
I
A SUIT OR OVERCOAT
would be the most appropriate
fancy gift you could buy.'
M. J. PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
*>������ CfomWa Sltssl,    ���      ���   ""�� *""�����������"''
"Ringer" Punished.
They don't do a thing to a "ringer"
In the old country athletics and
sports. My word, no! Just glance at
this clipping from a Lon lon newspaper: "In Dumfries Sheriff Court, D.
Christopher, and Thomas Brandon, of
Edinburgh, professional runners, were
charged with running under the name
of 'M. Ross,' at. Eagles fleld games last
September, and by false representations getting a bigger handicap than
lf they had run undv tlieir own
names, by means of which they won
two races, and secured the prize
money, amounting to six pounds. Accused, pleaded guilty, and Sheriff
Campion imposed a flne of five pounds
on each, with the alternative of thirty
days' imprisonment. In addition to
the live rounds or thirty days, the
runners in question are barred permanently from further competition ln all
athletics In Scotland. That implies a
permanent ruling tn England, Wales
;vnd Ireland, too."
(Continued from Page One.)
and he was overcharged for the water
ustid in the Cunningham block. Alderman Bryson reported that the trouble
had already been adjusted.
Tho municipality of Burnaby asked
the city to pay half the cost of
spreading ldO yards of gravel at
Tenth avenue, between Thirteenth
and Fifteenth streets. Referred to
the board of works with power to act.
W. Norman Hole, K.C., on behalf of
Miss Annie Lewis asked for an opportunity to discuss with tiie council
certain damages alleged to liave been
sustained by his client when she fell
Into a hole ln the street on or about
October 9. Referred to the finance j
committee and city solicitor to report.
The lady superintendent of St.
Mary's hospital wrote that the Institution was having trouble with its
water service. There was a lack of
pressure on the third floor. Referred
to the water committee to act.
From  a letter from  City Engineer
Blackman it was apparent that a con-
own I troversy over the sum of $17.30 had
arisen between the city and the New
Westminster Gas company.
The city workmen engaged in lay
lng a sewer disturbed a gas pipe
which it cost the gas company the
said $17.30 to repair.
The engineer's letter contained an
opinion from City Solicitor McQuarrie
that the corporation was not liable
for the damage.
The  letter and  the opinion  were
both filed and the council will nerv-
[qusly await further developments
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialist*
After The  Accident
A Question
IF  THE  BREAD-WINNER   MEETS  WITH  AN ACCIDENT AND
IS  INCAPACIATED,   WHAT  ABOUT HIS WIFE AND FAMILY?
The Answer
IF HE CARRIES AN ACCIDENT POLICE WITH THE RAILWAY
PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY HE IS FREE FROM
WORRY. THIS COMPANY WILL PAY A WEEKLY INDEMNITY
IF INCAPACITATED OR STATED AMOUNT IF KILLED.
Don't Delay In Looking Into This Matter
GENERAL AGENT.
SJBKSD
��� [ jj Whiteside  &  Edmonds  wrote  ask-
8 '    Barrels of fun at the rink Tuesday  lng If it wns the    intention    of tho
��� evening., obstacle race.   See the boys, council   to  tear  down   certain  bulld-
' skate through the barrels, Jump saw | lngs on lot 12, block 11, belonging to
I horses, etc., etc. Admittance 10 cents,  the Cash estate, lt ls, and the seekers
Skates 26 cents. **      alter information will be so Informed.
moil    on
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
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W\   JPAGB BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER
I
13, 1910.
SAME:
OLD
STAND
Denny & Ross
LATE   DENNY   &   GALLOWAY
HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth St., New Westminster
SAME
OLD
STAND
DELAYED
Carload of
Xma
s
MUST   BE
Furniture
Arrived!
LD   BEFORE   XMA
SPECIAL SALE
*****.
H'lfi'tf
18 ���
���"* ���
PARLOR SUITES
in abundance.     5  piece
Suites,from $30 for $25.22
*^&��iaisgfe--
TABLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Centre Tables, Pedestal Tables, Hall and
Library Tables, Etc.
Special Birch Mahogany Centre Table,
for	
$2.85
ROCKERS
We have an exceptionally
fine selection of Rockers in
golden oak and mission.
Solid oak, scroll leaf Rocker,
high back, fine quality,
$4.50, for $3.90
SUGGESTIONS:
Under $2.00 Under $5.00 Under $7.50        Under $10.00
!i
Lace Curtains, $2.50 for $2.00
Comforters,  $2.00  for    $1.75
Jardinere Stands, $1.50 for   $1.25
Palm stands, $1.50 for  $1.25
Inside Door Mats, $1.00 for  75c
Cushion Forms, 05c for   50c
Pillows, 75c for    65c
Corner Stands, $2.75 for   $2.25
Hook Shelves, $2.75 for   $2.25
Table Covers, $2.00 for   $1-75
Bel Spreads, $1.50 for $1-25
Flannelette Blankets, $1.75 for ..$1.50
WllKll'l illlHTIil
Bedroom Squares, 3x3%, $6 for $4.50
Rockers, $11.25 for  $2.90
Carpet Sweeper, $2 75 for  $2.25
Bed Comforts, $3.75 lor $3.25
Lounges,  $0.50  for    $5.75
Bedstead, $5.00 /or  $4.25
Folding Card Table with felt top,
$5.(10 for    ' $4.25
Four-fold Screens, $3.50 for $2.75
.Magazine Stands, $1.50 for   $3.95
Parlor Rugs, $3.50 for   $2.90
Blankets, 3-4 size, wool, $6.00 for $4.80
Reversible Rugs, $5.00 for  $4.00
I'nibrella    Stands,    solid    oak,
$5.00 for   $4.25
Tapestry Squares, 3x1  yards,
$9.50 for  $8.50
Lounges,  $7.75  for    $6.50
Beds.  $7.50 for    $6.25
Magazine Stands, $0.50 for  $8.50
Mattresses, all wool, $7.50 for  ..$6.50
Easy Chair   6.00n
Easy Chair, $7.00 for $6.00
Wool   Blankets,  $7.75   for    $6.50
Centre Tables, $8.50 for   $7.25
Music  Cabinets, $K.25  for    $7.25
Easy  Chairs, $7.75 for   $6.50
Baby  Carriage,   $12.00  for    $10.00
Carpet Squares, $11.25 for  $9.75
Lounges, $9.60  for    $8.35
Bed Spring and Mattress, $11.00
for $8.90
Dining Table, $10.50 for   $9.25
Music Cabinets, $11.75 for  $10.00
Easy  Chairs, $11.50 for   $9.75
Parlor Chairs, $9.50 for   $8.50
Parlor Rockers, $12.(10 for   $10.00
Mall  Racsk, $10.00 for   $8.75
Hall  Mirrors,  $10.00  for    $8.90
Baby's Cribs, $11.50 for $10.00
EASY
CHAIRS
Enormou Stock   (o
choose from
Special Line $8.50
For $6.50
MUSIC
CABINET $6.oo
For $4.85
These    are    going
very fast.
ALL MUSIC CABINETS REDUCED
SETS OF
DINERS
Our Stock of Dining
Chairs is very heavy
---Our Assortment
is immense.
We offer a Solid Oak Set cf
6 Chairs with leather seats,
$25.00
For $20.75
DENNY & ROSS
Late Denny and Galloway
Home Furnishers
43-47 Sixth St. New Westminster
.    m,Vlt**r**m+la*~a.l.i
REDO TU
ESDAY,
DECEMBER 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
TENDERS
,,-n TENDERS addressed to
���'"". |gned, and endorsed "Ten-
W ? public Building, Urand Forks,
der'��,| ul be received ut tills offlce
P'CYi���i ... m., on Wednesday, De-
���^ oa 1910, for the construction
^Public Building at Grand Forks,
of;l
B- C' , gnaclflcatlbn and, form of con-
flm* Ke seen and forms of tender
ut   the ollice  of   Mr.   Win.
resident    architect.   Vic-
at tbo Post Ofllce, Grand
.n(j'at this  Department.
tendering aro notified
unless
part ment of  Public
,, Works.  Ottawa
Persons tendering are notified Unit
tenders will nol be considered unless
member
must be accompanied
tract i
0btaint',t
fonderso
tori'-
H
lliat
..IrTwili" not be considered
��"'"''���' the printed forms Bupplled,
made ;, tl Wuh tbelr actual siMiia-
a��d bating tlieir occupations and
'"reS'. of residence. In tbe case of
pl8T the actual *tenuture, the im"
'rD1S'nf the occupation, and place of
turf1om-0 of ca.-h member of the flrm
re.-i."'-      .
tt be given.
"V,.!, tender must be accompanied
tan accepted cheque on a chartered
by .   navable  to  the   order   of   the
bank, r
,";i'1*' on the printed forms Bupplled
and signed with their actual slgna
tures, staUng their occuptions and
place of residence of each
of the flrm must be given.
Each tender
by an accepted cheque on a chi
ed bank, payable to the order of the
Honourable  the   Minister  of
Works, equal to ten per cent
the amount of tlie tender
be  forfeited  If the
decline to
callod ur.on to do so, or fail to com-
plete the work contracted for.   if the
tender   he  nol
will bo leturnei
NOTICE.
A Gray having left my employ is no
longer authorized to collect my accounts and checks.
A. BREHANT.
December 2nd, lflio.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
I'ubllc |
(10) of
which will
person tendering
Take notice that I, William Robert
Uick,  of  Vancouver,  B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
enter into contract when I Permission to lease 200 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the east side of the
extreme bead of the north arm of
Dralney's inlet, thence east 40 chains,
tlience south 50 chains, tlience west
40 cliains, thence north 50 chains to
post of commencement. Purpose for
wliich it Is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM  ROBERT DICK.
accepted   the  cheque
IL  C.
Ot-
By Older,
DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Departmenl   of  Public  works
Itawa, Xovember  18,  1910.
Newspapers  will  not  be  paid   fori	
WltooKK?^   '"TL "T1   U  COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  Z
wiinout   autlioiity   from   the   depart-
i ment. "~~~~
Take Notice that I, William Robert
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
Tlie Secretary, Department, of Indian
Minster of Public IAffairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
. ,l to ten per cent (10 per envelope, "Tender tor Alert Hay Girls'
ff0, '���( the amount of the tender,111"""'." will be received up to noon
ceC''i will be forfeited If tbe person December 30, 1910, for the erection
^'."i,, decline to enter in a con- of !l f'a",f! boarding school
(Men 'ailed upon to do so, or!'1' Alert Bay
!r?iCt��� complete the work contracted "-C-
1 u y the tender be not accepted the     |,; "s and   specifications   ������������������������,���   < ���
Kill be returned
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Rhone 661
Residence Phone 133
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,  New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
Honourable  the
ulldlng
(Cormorant   Island),
Ior.
<be'|iie
The Department does not bind it-;
K io accept tlie lowest or any ten-,
^e: llv order.
U. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary, j
Department   of  Public   Works,  Ot-
��� November 24, 1910.
fNeVspapers  will  not be   paid   tor
jdvertlsement  if they Insert  it
authority  from   the   Depart-
#
without
tent.
Plan
seen at the offices of T. F. Neelands,
Inspector of Indian Agencies. Vancouver; w. E. Dlchburn, Inspector i f
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and W. M.
Halllday, Indian Agent, Alert Hay.
Each tender must be accompanied
by a marked cheque made payable to
the undersigned for a sum equal to
five per cent of the amount of tender.
Tlie cheque will be forfeited if tlie
person tendering decline to enter into
a contract when called upon to do so.;
If the tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned. In tiie event
of acceptance of tender tlie cheque
will lie held until the contract is ���
signed, when it will he returned.
Tlie successful tenderer will be re-'
quired to furnish a  bond in satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to the
amount  of tho contract.
v   ���  ri  eiven ut tins onice unuii   The lowest or any tender not neces-
4[...on Monday, December 19, 1910, BarHy acPn,,ted.
i >'��� mentioned. The  unauthorlzed  insertion of tbis
will not be considered un- advertisement ln any newspaper will
le upon, and   in   aoccrdance not be I)aid for
Titb the conditions contained in forms j   D   McLEAN,
L ,   ��� .  Department Secretary.
i'V. and specifications to be seen Department of Indian  Affairs,
Dick, of Vancouver, I!. ('., occupation,
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted i!00 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west 60 chains, thence
soutli 100 chains, tlience east 50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for wliich it ls required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. l'J 10.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St.
INFLUX OF FOREIGN
IMMIGRANTS TO I). S.
Of   Nine   Million   Immigrants
Ten  Years,   Eight  Millions
Not Speak English.
in   Past
Could
TENDERS.
?.,-(.,! tenders addresse.l tlie itnder-
L | and endorsed "Tender for
S ��� fixtures, wiring, etc., for
Building,  Vernon.   H.  ('.,"
elved  at  this  office  until
19, l'Jlu,
t-
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 9, township 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 11985P, issued.in the name of
John Sweeny, bas been filed in this
office.
Notice ls hereby given that I sliall,
at the expiration of one month from
date of tlie first publication hereof, in
a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, November 15, 1910.
-
LAND     REGISTRY    ACT.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695 ,
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
More than a million immigrants entered the L'nited States last year, yet
hardly a single American paper thai
has any reputation for thoughtfulness
is boasting about the Influx, Time
was when tbe Star Spangled Banner
would have been flaunted over the
record, but now the invading horde
inspires seriousness and even apprehension. Congress is expected to take
action tending to discourage the sort
of immigration the United States has
heen receiving in the past decade and
[ the next time there Is general exultation over the immigration statistics it
will be when they fall lower than they
liave for several years past.
The following statistics showing the
immigration from the leading countries for tlie past ten years will repay study:
Race��� 1901.      1910.
Armenian             011      15,130
Bulgarian, Montenegrin
and   Servian           611     15,130
Chinese          2,101'       1,770
Croatian and Slavonian         17,928
Dutch             3,299
English         13,488
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
aippli atlon to tbe clerk of works
tt     illdlng, Mr. F. B. forfeit;   Mr.
lerson, resident    architect,
\ ��� . '.'���  C, and at tlie Department
��!>.-..  Works, (ittawa.
M louder  must   be accompanied
epted Che |tie on a chartered
bt, payable to   the order    of   the
H      e   the   Minister   of   Public
I     i   ial to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
*'::e amonnt of tlie tender.
By order.
it. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
I- irtment of Public Works,
a  November -'2. 1910.
~ TENDERS.
ta era addressed to the under-
i.led Ottawa, and endorsed on
ce envelope "Tender for Prince
Rupert Buoy Depot." will be received
<���;    ���    ii on the
Third Day of January, 1911,
he construction of a Buoy Depot
Rupert, in the Province of
'lumbia,  Including the erec-
Ottawa,  October  26,  1910.
Finnish     	
French      	
German       ....
Greek      	
Hebrew     	
Irish      	
Italian (North)
9,999
4,030
34,742
5,919
58,098
30.404
22,103
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
Tho Secretary, Department ol Indian
Affairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Boarding Scliool." will be received up to
noon February 20. lull, for tlie erec-
ion of a frame hoarding scliool building near Carcross, Yukon Territory.
Plans  and   specifications    may     be
seen at the offices of T. P. Neelands.
Inspector   Of   Indian     Agencies,   Van-   __������___���___����_^ ��_.______
couver; W. E. Ditchburn. Inspector of [ 	
Indian     Agencies,     Victoria:     It.     ('.'CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
Miller.   Assistant  Gold   Commissioner, NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Whitehorse, Y. T.;   the Commissioner \ Re-Survey of City,
of  tlie  Yukon,   Dawson    City,  Y.  T.,      Property owners intending to erect
Re the Northwest quarter of Section 24. Townsliip 4, in the District of
New Westminster.
Title number 13999A, issued in tlie
name of Peter Henderson, lias boen
filed in this ofllce.
Notice is hereby given tbat 1 sliall, 1
at the expiration of one month from
tlie date of tbe first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
tbe City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless i nthe meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Lund   Registry   Offlce,   New-    Westminster, B. C, November 30, 1910.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2951, thence north
about t'.O chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, tlience east 00
cliains more or less, tnence south 80
chains more or less, tlience west 40
chains, more or less, thence north 40
chains, more or less, thence west 40
cliains more or less, to the place of
(commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 1910.
IOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.  Agent
Italian  I Soutli)    115,104
Japanese           5,249
Lithuanian            8,815
Magyar        13,311
Mexican        350
Polish          43,017
Portuguese           4,170
Roumanian
Russian
Ruthenian
Scandinavian
Scotch     	
Slovak-
Spanish
Syrian
Turkish   .. .
Welsh      ...
African
This
which
English
701
072
.    6,288
.  40,277
.    2,004
.  29.343
.    1,202
.    4,004
136
074
594
totals    nearly    9,000,000,   of
probably   8,000,000  speak   no
About   tho   only   foreigners
(Black)
39,562
13,102
53,498
15,730
21,107
71,380
39,135
84,200
38,200
30,780
102,073
2,793
22,714
27.302
17,700
124.34S
7.057
14.199
17,294
27,907
"2.(i:;7
24,012
32,410
6,837
0.317
1,283
2,244
4,966
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.lvate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagioua medical
eases accepted. Terma from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.    Telephone 800.
Room   13  Dominion   Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. ni Daily except Sunday
1:00 p. iu  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. 111 Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m...Dec. 3, 14, 27, Jan. 7, 21
TO  QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00   p.  m	
Dec. 13, 27, Jan. 10, 24.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a. in Every Thursday
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND  CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00 a.  m.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE, '     ...
G. P. A., Vancouver
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
and  Percy   Reed,    Mining    Recorder,
Carcross, Y. T.
Each "tender must be accompanied
by a marked cheque made payahle to
the undersigned for a sum equal to
five per cent of tlie amount of the
tender.    The cheque will be forfeited
Reinforced Concrete Wharf, lf the perBon tendering decline to en-
ipproach      Trestle.      Power ,e|. |nt0 a rontract when called upon
with    Chimney,    Buoy    Shed, :t0 (]o g0    ]f the tender be not accept-
als" ed  the cheque  will  be  returned.    In
' tlie event of acceptance of tender the
��
IU Prir
British
1iw. ol
Cm bei
Bouse
Stores   offices  and    Dwellings,
'tt?   Installation    of    Drainage    and
Water Systems. I cheque will he held until the contract
Plans, specifications and Articles ^ s|sne(it w|,en It will be returned.
**��� ARreement mny be seen and forms; Tl)e 9licce8sful tenderer will be re-
*. tender procured at the Depart-L^^ t0 furnish a bond In sitlsfac-
Twit of Marine and Fisheries, Ot-.,ory s���retles for a sum equal to the
J**a. at tlie office of the Agont ��'jamount of the contract.
tte Department of Marine and Fish-1 Tlle i0WPSt or any tender not neres-
*1m, Victoria, B.C.. Halifax, N.S.. St. | arllv accopted.
John, N.B.,  Quebec and  Montreal, at]    Tt,'e  unauthorlzed  insertion  of this
We Post  Office. Prince  Rupert,  B.C., advertisement  in any  newspaper will
*id at the Custom House, Winnipeg. not De ���ai(i for.
Han. J,   D   McLEAN.
Only limp sum tenders, on the ten-. Secretary.
W form  prepared  by    tho    Depart-) Departmf,nt  0f Indmi  Affai --.,
;a>*nt. w-ii be considered.
Each tender must be accompanied1
W"an accepted bank cheque in favor
*'the Deputy Minister of Marine and
fisheries equal to five per cent, of
,ll? whole amount of the tender,,
*hic!i cheque will be forfeited if the
J   ' tenderer  declines  to  sign I
*-���* Anii leg of  Agreement  above  re-
;   ' I   to   or   falls   to   complete   the1
*ork a cording to contract.    Cheques 1
; ing   unsuccessful     tenders'
���111 t.. retained.
The  Department  does  not   bind  lt-j
accept    the  lowest    or    any
tenicr
News]   ters copying this advertise-
* :    without authority from the De-
"Wrtmi nt will not be paid for same.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
ity  Minister of Marine and
.. Fisheries.
**Partment of Marine and
stone or concrete houndary walls, or|
fences, should refrain from doing so
until the re-survey of the city is complete, as there ls no provision ln the
special surveys act allowing for compensation should tlie existing boundaries prove Inaccurate.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
Clly Clerk.
City Hall. November 24, 1910.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Re   Lots   3   and   4,   Block   4    being
parts of a portion "A" of Section 20
Block 5, North  Range 2 West Spring
hill, in the District of New Westmln
ster.
Title number I6IO8A1 Issued In the
name of Catherine B. Brown, him bean
filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
nt the expiration of one month from
the date or the llrst  publication bore
of, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster. Issue 11
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
leHs 1 nthe meantime valid objection
be made to mo In writing.
C. S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
Land   Registry   Ollice,   Now    West.
minster, B. C��� December 2, 1910.
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications for the position of
Plumbing Inspector will be received
by the undersigned up to Monday, December 12, at five o'clock p. ra.
VV. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, November 29. 1910.
Ottawa, November 4. 1910.
AUCTION       SALE       OF      TIMBER
BERTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE AGENTS
The property containing two ncros
with house at the southeast, corner of
Sixth avenue and Twelfth street, and
Thirteenth street, ls withdrawn from
sale by the agents who it was listed
with.
L. B. BBBNCHLBT,
Per VV. K. Hrenohley.
Notice re Water Rates.
Ratepayers nre requested to noto,
hy order o f the council, that on and
from January 1st, 1911. quarterly
water rates wlll  become operative.
The present 25 per cent, discount
will be allowed from accounts pnld
during tho whole of the first month
of each quarter; I.e., January, April,
July and October.
Tho full account will bo required
during the second month.
After   the   second   month,   unpaid
quarterly accounts Will bo dealt   with
In accordance with Water By-law 30.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
December fi, 1910.
, The right to cut timher under I-
cense on Berth No. 535. comprising
the following lands In the Province
0? British Colombia, will be offered
at pubUc auction at the upset. ; nee of
$-.'.r>7e 00,
o'clock   P
:
including cost of survey, at ,
II., on  Wednesday  the |
Ot
awa, Canada, November 8
TENDERS.
e
2Sf .,'7 December "next, at the^ office j ���
0{   the   Dominion   limber   Agent   atjf
' 4
4
��
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
we undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
T''"'"'    nstructlOn of two 180 onble|Mr
"���^w  New Westminster:
'   ' Timber  Berth   No
the   Province    of
comprising  Section
West,   of   Coast
an
535. situate 1  In
Columbia,
.    Township  39,
Meridian
less,
len dump scows for dredge
1  Lark"   British   Columbia,"   will! Timber
area of 040 acres mote or
hown  on  plan of survey,  signed  b>
A    _Whth,Ul.   D    L.   S..  surveyed
.,   May    IM0,  and   of  record  In  the
Grnzini   Branch
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
<
We  are  daily  opening   up  new goods and are showing tho largest   j
line of WATCHES. JEWELRY.etc ever exhibited In N'ew Westmin-   J
ster. j
Now is the time to choose tha   article for an Xmas present. j
We will put goods away for you until yon want them. <
Call.and examine our stock now, when it is complete. J
<
Agents for Howard, Ball snd Longine Watches. ��
Chamberlin's ,rl"tc��
! :****>***>****+*. >������������������������������ ������
1?
who show a desire to become real
Americans appear to be the Germans.
Tiie others, for tlie most part, herd
like cattle In communities, In the Little Hiingaryfi, tlie ChinutownH and Little Italys, ami Hie Ohettoes that are
to he found in pratclcally cvfiy town
In the United State., According to
the Philadelphia Ledger tho now Immigrant positively abhors tho oustoms
of ills adopted country,    ifo has no
confidence In any manner of bUilfiSSS
or enterprise conducted by Americans, or Indeed any foreigner bui hls
own nice The Children nro brought
UP In ignorance Of the English language, and taught 10 look upon tbe
country  thoy  never  saw��� und   where
their parents would have starved bad
they remained���as the olios on of Ood.
They Inculcate In thoin dislike, oven
haired, for everything that, Is American. Thnt Immigrants oherftblng
openly such . onllmonls, who will so in
ho by their numbers a political power
ln tho land, lliomsolvoa more puppets
in tho hands of a few  unscrupulous
lenders, nro a mention, calls for no do-
bate. 'Pills Is why tho sober-minded
American regard, thn Dwelling Immigration returns with fear.
Tn such an extent hns fhe Fulled
Stntos boon Europonnl/.ed that It was
found Impossible by tho Industrial Investigation commission lo discover a
purely American Industrial community In the United Htnlos. Thn commis
sion wished to makn a comparison ho-
twoon the ordinary foreign-born Industrial community, and ono practically froo from alien population, but had
to give UP thn project because (here
was DO American community to study.
The only part or the United States
tbat has not been more or loss seriously tainted by this alien stream Is
the south.
From ('nllfornin, where In the de-j
cade preceding 1900, 800,000 aliens
settled, to Massachusetts, where more
than half a million established them.
selves III tho snine time, the Europenn
has seized on the northern half of the
D&ited Htales, nnd ln a few years will
possess II. Ther nre hardly any of
the Immigrants going on the land.
They prefer to live in cities or smaller manufacturing towns, whore they
either live like parasites on the refuse
"of others as many of them do In New
York, or by labor In mine and factory,
as in Pennsylvnnln and Wisconsin. A
sidelight on the daneer of this population Is supplied hy the prison stati--
tlcs, which show KO. aliens held for
murder ln the different penal Institutions of the country. Two hundred
and fifty of them were Italians,���Mall
and Empire.
THE
BankofToronto
<m mi w^m  iiwiiKiiiBMr rr  ������������nr������ *
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
huge and strong- banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly,
"''(lineis   Accounts   opened
on ravorable  terms. II
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WEOTMINSTfi.l,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Btreet
B.   C.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
British   Columhla,"   will I Timber   and   Grazing  . - f ��
,      el ed at this office until 4 p.m..  Department of   he Interior
\ December   9.   1910,   for    the      A  license  wl!   no    h'.
���   ri of the scows mentioned. I the   '��������   a���'"n'
Inoed until
C,   where
be seen
Ideations
' ' n��ay also be see
ti    ���
.  of  contract  ner .-���-<.> ���_���n. .tion to *he ua-
Ibe secured nn application to
nd    form   of 1*"^"%*****^
��n and forms  Agent at New �����       KKTES,
- 'er   obtained
;;l'liam   Hend
��t
v'ctoria.
at the office of
erson. resident, archl-
B.  C, and at thc  De-
P. G.  KKTKS,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October  l*fc "W.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading\ Co.
Manufacturers aad Dealers In All Kinds ot
LUMEBR, LATH. SHIN0LE8, SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY (.LASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster
Ttl��ohon��  12
Box  137
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING *
Estimates  Olven  on  Any
of Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth
PHONE 370.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
*,*_   to  25  II.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth  8t.,   New  Westminster.
1
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tffloe 'Pbone IIS.     Barn 'Pfeoae IM
Columbia Street.
e��Sfftge   delivered   promptly   _���
tar part ot tke eHy.
Light and Heavy HtnfiBf
OFFI09-TR** MWT,
*       ;.    -'!  t/U :"  ..   "
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u"ii page radHfc
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frHE DAIUY NEWS.
j   TUESDAY, DECEMBER -
3. 191Q
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Polish Your Furniture.
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It pre.
serves and brings out natural beauty of
the wood, lt produces a rich, artistic
finish, to -which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just, try it and you will see hot?
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your floors and woodwork, too.   Johnson's Powdered Wax ls
tor all dancing floors.
You can get Johnson's free book, "The
��� Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
���   and Furniture" and these preparations ot
J ANDERSON & LUSBY #
COLUMBIA STREET.
Those who are desirous of
obtaining The Best in
Business Training
attend the "Modern.**
Enroll   now, no need to wait until
the New Year.
Day and evening sessions.
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
Xmas Gifts
It will pay you
to get our prices
on 1MB COTS and
CUTUn before
buying elsewhere. The
quality is the
highest and our
prices the lowest
James &
McClughan
)\   Sixth and
Front Sts.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
City News
Yesterday tbe Trader brought ln
three thousand sacks of cement, discharging at the C. P. R. wharf.
Tho trial of George Marshall,
charged with stabbing . man at Hope,a
bus been adjourned until January 4,
Come to tbe rink this evening
skate to the new music.
The dates for tho case. to b6 heard
in the county court thl* month will
be set by Judge Ho\v*y this morning.
The new music has arrived,
it at the rink this evening.
and
���*
Hear
����
Harold Nelson and his company of
thespians will be back in this city in
about two weeks' time, when they
will present selected plays from their
repertoire.
Your cleaning and dyeing will receive better attention now, before the
rush starts. Phone R278. Royal
City Cleaners & Dyers, 345 Columbia
street. **
Davies Green Houses is tbe place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R208 ��*
Tbe attraction at the Pythian rink
this evening will be an obstacle race.
Quite a number of entrants will face
the starter.
W. F. Edmonds, manager of the
insurance department of the People's
Trust Co., Ltd., reports having been
appointed agent for New Westminster
city hnd distiict and Kamloops for
the Royal Exchange Assurance Fire
insurance, of England.
Lancashire Old Boys' Association of
New Westminster hold their flrst
social and dance in Eagles' hall, December 15, 1910, commencing at 8
p.m. prompt. Light refreshments', full
orchestra; couple 75c. *���
Workmen digging a trench on McKenzie street yesterday afternoon
broke the water main in three places.
As a result the water was cut off
from Clarkson to Agnes streets, and
will not be turned on again until late
this morning.
If you want a messenger or a parcel delivered, call the B. C. Messenger, day or night, any time, and he
will come to your aid.   Phone 761. **
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" in moving
pictures, will be seen at tbe opera
house on Wednesday afternoon and
evening, tbe matinee being for the
convenience of children, with whom i
Mrs. Stowe's story has always been a
favorite.
Just arrived. Small consignment
of that famous N'o. 7 Comox coal,
especially adapted for furnaces. Gilley
Bros . **
Charles Pearson, a colored man
charged with breaking into the store
of Mclntyre brothers at Dewdney, and
stealing about $K)0 worth of merchandise, appeared for ejection yesterday. He pleaded not guilty of the
charge and elected for a speedy trial, i
Judge Howay fixed December 30 as
tlie date of his trial.
Robert Hampton, one of the labor
candidates for the office of school
trustee, has withdrawn his name
from the contest. It is improbable
that the labor men will nominate another man. They still have four can-
j didates to contest the five vacancies.
The popularity contest of the
Roberts Electrical company has reach-
i ed an interesting stage. Miss Ethel
i Innes is leading with 476 votes, Miss
j Roma Carncross is second witli 197
| and Miss Annie Mitchell is third with
"7 votes to her credit.
In the city fir& 3epartnl6nt in November the expenditure was fll��22.05
and the receipts $75. In the market
<lebr.itment the receipts were *_ ..i.so
r.ud the expenditures $159.55. These
figures were compiled by the city
treasurer and read out at last nlght'w
meeting of the city council.
The new plumbing inspects has
nol yet been appointed. A largfe number "of applications hav* b'een received and will be consi&fered at the
next Meeting of the c^u'ncil. In the
meantime the alderrtifen will enquire
into the <iualiflcatioRS and characters
of the applicants.
Reynier Kid
I Gloves F<>r Wd
men���
NOTffcE   TO   CONTRACTORS
Tenders are invited for tlie erec-
ion 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 be seen at the offices of Gardiner & Gardiner, architects, Westminster Trust block, New
Westminster, or at Kelly, Douglas office Vancouver.
Sealed tenders to be delivered not
later than noon, December 20, 1910,
at the offices of Gardiner & Gardiner.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
The Public
Supply Stores
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstont  Heating and Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
We have a Large and
Beautiful Stock of
Mirrors
For the Holiday Trade
AU Prices.       All Sizes.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF CEDAR POLES
Under and by virtue of a warrant of
execution against tbe goods and
chattels of tlie North Star Pole company, at the suit of Frank Willens, I
will sell at the North Star Pole company's camp, Koyal Oak roiud, Burnaiiy, on Monday, tbe nineteenth day
of December, 1910, at ten .'clock in
tlie forenoon, the following or sufficient thereof to satisfy the judgment
and costs herein, One hundred and
eighty-six cedar poles aboul 14 inches
at top, and about eighteen inches at
butt, from EO to (I'i feet long. Terms
of sale cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff.
December 12th, 1910.
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
| Some Good Buys
���    ________________________mk*m___m^
x - " ~ -   ��� -	
Full Size Lot, Hamilton St., near Lord Kelvin School
Price $850.00, Terms
Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms
t 3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms
| See us about Port   Mann
X CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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An Ideal Christmas Fift
In mentioning kid gjfovtft for
gift purposes we knovf that the
suggestion will be acceptable to
hundreds of men and women.
In suggesting that you buy
Reynier Kid Gloves we know
whereof we speak when we
recommend this well known
make. Reynier gloves are guaranteed���_ou are safe in giving
a pair to your friend. Just now
the range of colors, styles and
sizes is complete. Bach pair
wlll be individually accompanied by a neat Christmas
card. We mention a few of the
styles.
At $1.25   Per
"Infanta" glace     	
domes, in black, tan, brown and
white; sizes 6% to *i\_.
At $1.50 Per Pair.���Reynier
Bonneval" glace kid with two
domes in black, white, tan,
brown, mode, grey, green, navy
and red; in sizes 5\ to j*_.
At $1.75' Per Pair���Four styles
Reynier "Suzette," in black nnd
tan, three clasps, glace kid finish, hand sewn, very soft and
pliable; all sizes.
Pair.���Reynier tan and white
kid  with    two
Fancy
Linens
Some of our specials in linens
are proving very attractive to
gift searchers on account of
the lowness of price.
SIDE  BOARD  RUNNERS
60c to $1.00 Each.
. Damask linen runners, pure
white bleach, assorted designs,
in sizes 12 by 54 to 20 by 72
inches, hemstitched borders;
also with raised embroidered
designs; other runners are set
with cluny lace with three
matts six inches Bquare to
match. Splendid new range on
sale, each    60c to $1.00
Reynier "Viso. * a glace kid glove,
pique sewn, one pearl clasp, black,
with heavy black and
self colored stitching on back; all
sizes.
Reynier "Hand Sewn" Suede���A
superior undressed finish, tan, grey
and black, two dome; very fine skins
used in this style.
Reynier "Slik Lined Flavia"���Pique
sewn .strong and warm, being lined
throughout, black, tan and grey; sizes
6 to 7 inches.
Swiss Lace Work
Toilet and Stand
Covers
Something decidedly new and
attractive. Tlie designs are
conventional entirely in lace.
Shown in ivory only; sizes 16
by 54 and 2' by 36. Bach 50c
and  $1.00
Initialed Hand-
kerchiefs, Mens
and Womens
10c to 75c Each,
Cotton,  linen  and  silk  hand-
kercbiets for men, women   and
ehldren,    a    wide    variety    ,
styles in almost every letter,
Women's Initialed
Cambric Handkerchiefs
Special at 10c Each.
Thirty dozen line cambric
handkerchiefs with fc ]���<.,',
plain colored hem, with plain
colored Initialed worked Incide
White circle. Regular pri, e tw0
for 25c Specially priced, eh 10c
Ladies Initialed
Linen Handkerchiefs
25c and 35c.
Two nice lines of fine linen
handkerchiefs, one at 26c with
% inch hem and small i orner
initial, tlie other with 3-8 Inch
and larger. Old English Initial
at :if>c. Almost every letter
in stock.
now
Hand Made Lace
Doylies
20c   Each.
Kvery Christmas seasons finds
us with a large stock of these
useful band made lace doylies.
The lot secured tills year Is
made up of smaller sizes, running from ;i to 12 inches Bquare.
There are hundreds of patterns.
All one price, each    20c
At lower than  usual    juices.
Silk Initialed
Handkerchiefs
50c and 75c.
Plain   and   twilled  silk   handkerchiefs  with nice  heavy    initials.    Men's sizes only.
Men's Fine
Linen Handkerchiefs
20c to 75c Each.
Past Christmas seasons
brought a demand tor real fine
qualities in men's linen handkerchiefs. In making complete
this year's showing we did nut
for. et  our  past  experience and
provided something a little I
ter than usual,   ln all gradi   Is
used  the sheerest    and    Snesl
lines     of    Irish    bandken
linen.    Made up with narrow >.,
or 3-8 Inch hemstitched edges
lar. a sizes.    Each 20c, 25c, 35c,
40c ,45c, 50c, 60c and   75c
Yes we can
Clean it
Our
Process of Dry Cleaning is
MARVELLOUS
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to
catt aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R 278 and we wiil
have the wagon call
promptly   for   your goods
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
SELECT YOUR XMAS PIANO NOW:
I
We will bold il for you until Christmas. Large Btock
Qerrhard Heihtzman, Domin
to choose  from.    We carry
ton and    Doherty,    W'e   Bell
Talking     Machines,    Bheel
Music,     Sewing    Machines)
etc.    Easy payments   If de-
sired.
A-ih !*', T0DD'S Music House
419 Columbia Street Phone 694
OPEN    EVENINGS
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up
Reserve     	
. .$11,200,000
^^^^^^^^^ .. 0,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Paclflc; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NRW YOKK 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.
I
I
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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