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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WtfTE, SMILE'S & c:
_rw   WEETMlMf-'tR
I TYPEWRITERS |
Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
white:, shiles & co.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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dom^';-'-   ^*0Tns Securedj   e��uM<iera<i cam. win . w Ml,���,
And   Arrangement?    foi lan n tannin*,
pub:).' Meeting? Made.
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w<  i   :,; rant   uhI    , -. ,-      ... ,-..
��< "c MtM, and on    gtkl ..:v.;,.
j.-,   <��� _   :be campaign starts    ir.   srretsorlee ta a weO oood����M paatrj
t:-.,- uftooaced tl M It tu fastk i.. .
;���. - ran a.-o the r r-- :-
|iivitl u*1 acti.^ campaign, none
(,:���...   ��� ���- caadMataa having 6om
I ���. iie th.n i! ey ��iil run.
Porty4ive Bodies Brought to
SurfVo u\ i:!o!lf:vuc; Alta
���BfeescaKits Overcome.
- ��� ���-.'  *.   ( *7   ���  !��� '��� :
tr*-'.-
i. Kims./.'** ha* t'eer. *;;��� it ted ���
.... tit* fete* **t ****
��� ��� ?.'. a thorough cariT�����,i. '.--
���BS    ":-   I "eser.:     fcmtr.:ttee    ih.*
.,f ta &������ *!> "s ���������ksn f.t^ ae-
'.    . M ttcaaaat made t.    tba
ije,;    ���       ���   "   t.   one ol the com
. ���..        rods to take sdvaatasja >'
tbe pTOLahnitlea are ttel
tvf-, s... be a conrnlfeo c'. Ht]    or
VICTORY IN FN
SKATES   FOR  DEBUTANTES,
NEWSPAPERS  BANNED.
fc.   Lese ng   French   Journals  In!  r-
dieted in St. Boniface.
St Betlla e,    Dee.  IL���A   decided
*g**%\:. bas been caused by the an-
MMMnl that Arcbbisbop   Lange-
ib ta placed four of   the   leading
fteari Canadian papers, the Presse,
tlK h'Tx and  1^ Canada, of  Mont-
rf*.i:.i'_e Soleil, of Quebec, under
ttrtand forbidden the faithful to
itaflec, recommending that    tbey
_2 re.-.d   instead    Le   Devoir   and
;i   ��� So i de, of Quebec. The news
o��J    q lite    a     lot     of    e.imment
aet?' Catholics, aa the pai ets nfen-
Umi   have     been     recognized     tis
liacli defenders of French-Canadian
ud Cailin'.ii- Interests, and the action
i"'      .bishop is expected to cause
(jaite a tempest.
Ice Carnival  Will Take  Place ef  Rati
for Settee Ml****,
Roston, Dee  ii- With a ftebtttantel
partj In tbe hum of an exclusive to
skating    carnival,   whereat     Ui*e��*
Clara r.n*\ Eleanor Crodtei sr*   ba be
brought out as   fuiified. ed   socleti
bods, Toston seclet) * 111 witness (be
Inauguration Of ��� new f*d hero The
coming-out patty of the Mteeea
Crocker is to take place tonlghl in
the new arena and \* to be sponsored
bj Miss Sarah CTOCkor, tbe K'aietannt
of the two buds
Ex-Mmister to Resign Seat.
Edmonton, Dec 11.���W. H. Cush-
Ib. es-niinlater of public works, lefl
leBsafl today, where he will spend
leveral weeks. He is nol In good
health and he will not be returned as
iinerat,er of the legislature iigain, his
Intention being to resign liis seat.
11 FAMINE MENACES
SHIVERING PARISIANS
MIDNIGHT KOI I ITION
BRINGS DEATH AND Will
Three   Vancouver   People   partake   of
Boiled Egg�� and Reei   -One l>leo
and   Two Other*   Are   III
Hi.    ip. iilt
eoltalsled     Of
Railroads Fetch Only 300 Carloadi of
Carbon Fuel Into City Each Day,
While  2000  Are  Needed.
Vancouvei,   DM    I I      h
of a light supper which
iome hard bollsd sgtfs   and   liAlfllei
beer, Oeorga k   Black) a protalngfli
le*   and   eoffee   rnenliiiiit   oT   tills   Cltf,
whoso place or business ia ��i Pwiddt
���tree) test, Is dssd and Miss Mfdigi
Oordon, itenographsi to Mr   Welt��p,
i prominent poolroom proprietor, ie la
the general hospital In a serious coa-1
dition,    wlille    Mr     Woltefl    hi��iS#if(
though sun -i bu flat at IM <���< ���������
���.llie       street.     Is     suffering    SCtitel.
from  tbe *ff*Ct�� of M.e  H��tl Of  Wlikili
they  all  partook
ir sppears OkH v'r   Woli^fl   ( ime
home about li o'clock s��d fo md
bis   friend    Of    toOftSWI     vp��rs.    v'r
; Black,  bad   lus��  baiUt4   fo ft   ^^  ���" ���
I       Dec  ti���-Aa e-,.i .-.'ar nmil  |>ims��U ar.d Miss Oordo*,   ���"���������
r.- a et Ode   tn   -y. ������'���  tma the Hat, and that ��MI�� ne eggs
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with   a  te take �� kdtt ... ,.���
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folloii-. }~re***i \nder!-'.-.n. fire 1>osb _1
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\v . llm.  t   M   h o a. j   BobMHtb
kr.i .  K   Maftinl  and  Satt.  Senir-tia.
>\ a a* i pi*   Entombed.
Tl-e  r*S     <���   ,:,-:.   eiilered  tbe rabie
la*!   bight   and   weiVed   ��i>b   in-,, oa =
lltf   onet.\    uttti!    (i.e   o', lo, V,      t|it =
morning, when    a oaVfe-tn    e,,impi
which l&tpriaoned thte <-n.be pm   e,
tboHe two weie gpeeiallx trained t-ec
i-neiH   and   ��i>io  equlppbd   ��Oti   .!,.->
provincial gta^rntnent'i ��i>i>��<at.io, in-
i IVUlltlfl   ow eon   linl.m.lo
llie    ini'nil,iiia    ,.(    (tic    ieo.li.     ,.-"'
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iO   ma\   itlo
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(Iin   \V(.ali  lino, o   ���<*   |u|,|Hi    no   11, i.,    pi,.
taken froffl thi tuiue   PftfUtfulai-ijr in
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Brother's Railsitry.
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who I1WPO  bl"  "fp tn 'be  cs'i ���   ���'
I,i5  hreiiipi   tp'_, a  miner af   F i
Frank Httttttfi 8fit���fed the rrtbte srtrl
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.'"< i,if(f=p|f irrifirlfsfiTierl by ��be care-
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Ton-   r'<ro   b-i'ti.'i'd    .*.   ;oo    i|,..o..    *���
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,.-,,l���     ,,IT,M-   u        ,-,i,M     O.a.l.i        ,1       fl
.,,.  lilll
.1. \V. I'o'.VOll. miJIOrillt ende.it 0 ���',.
;���|,ie.    wi .-l.-ed    tbl-oinrliofif    'ho    al'-b'
ia,l ill ,|nv .-111(1 \<r;\*t bruvolv asfd. fed
]iy ;ih 'ble . >.ir]i. of wrirlrei-o iv lifts
aeon aKNOTllblod at srilCll a diHfi8t\_H in
ibe I'asa. The niiiieriiitVrideiit'. tiro
he. se. from nliflOSl every mine i|en��
llie lino \��or.< arefanit and at tbe poof
ic.i.lim: lie IochI tTlltierw and dttt
eta
MnnnKerK Ashwortb, Whlteflde,
Urotvn and othern were ,)n bftnd offer-
,ti>r ,oor\ old oi-,uire>l. Many of the
��� rdners leave I'tiinllles to whom will
eome a  sorrowflil  Christmas.     Fred
An-ler.-on.   the  brave  ftre  boss  from
to--T,,er,  who IeRt his life ih bis he-
Willard "Ma.kfs RemarkaWf'
'flip Againsl Hard Odds
at Les Angeles.
l/H u oyeb..,, rte,,, i | -Pifo. ii,, 1.1.
Ti-ni ll( fr-ilo rri",.l,iiie ibivoud, ll'e
tti* huh *itnoVe-lHdefi KtUlOBfrtlere dl a
fi'eal-. *>,���,]������ i. it*.- .'ie- ���!���" i Willard.
lh'. S'-fKror, Heorirfif.llt.bee l,e-.- -���..i.-..-
dk:. what lr rec. I'ded RE I ttt fOOtft re
re.   ���..).��    Hire:-..���;,.���    "", i t -1 ,   .-  ���/���     >.������.'���
.���e,.,   ,-,    il,e   MlMHitiuififo      At   h   be,: I
oi   gflOO   (lift   . V>ve  ihf   bU-1'O'.-i   I ��������� .���
,*,*.���*   ,-.i    if,*,   .-b,-     )���.    ei...a.-v.   ,   ��� i
Aru-ea-.,,   i|,iee,  . (   ibl:-i.-    u. '���"   or   >kkh
ro   pRMHderth,  v.-larlee   tetti    ''<-   ���l'"-.
.    ���.-  !-ni:>red oreF.t. /.i ib.  motrtitaiTK
iTHINIiSASTHlA ftRi T00A\   MOSlf!WSTORlURt k\%
|naXMlLBH��t suYBliMBJWPMESI
������ -
8ociall��t  Would   Not   Trust   McBrltlc j
crr.wti Any We Than He would    Denial From Cfift-'t. .ni:inopl<.
a bbfl -.vHh a Bruaaoe. ft^ ^ fgj^ Tltlth C^T-
veiTiinf. H^rs'rble Atrwity,
���' tftl   -eople.    tftfc "' ���'���   Of!.-
In    n    epi.lo-.v.rn'e    siwli    tit    ''���'
.' -������'f!,i vbeaii-e ht'M  ni.'bt   K   T   Vt'ie-
I.,    aw   ���/���,i,,ii..,  ��:���,.   fi-om Vkti< - ���
���e     .-_���,,  11:(- ���!���* ���������! i'n   '������''������    ������      '��� ���!">"
,,    ,i|e,.,.,.   'a.    (lit    ''-.'fa   '���    tt   ������������������      -"'I   bui''" 'i   h:ir    maim   ���    I     o-rm-
i.ei   ,,iif,iv-iii>   .,vt.().  >..- ���������'������   ���'     ���'"���"���rntititioph-    n'rv'
He vas an Ameidean horn, was M>.
'. ;,,. ���,!<.-.    I, ���/���.,. I.   ,,;   iv   ,vi-e;'<   rieo ���,-,
"a.a.jn .tv.ri arid othei ve*.   *.,���.������'������������
(nen     ' _ 'i ' ii| ' ���   I ���      '" ���   feJlO*
... ��������� Mien 1 .re*'  a    tin k-   oldet    1
'oonri   Hint   t\-i,.-f.   11 -     ���''   ���"���' "  ���	
eroakod >.e   h��(8    ' It    r-.�� v   slaves;    .6
. .-ei.,. :-tf, vote.--   ��� ��� -    '  ������ ���"" rrfniee.
- ...  ,../,������ . h\  he tone. .  '"    ' ' ���
.   /,-,    , . ,   ,./   . nyibini'  ol  Tbe  kind
'>"���' *.������������������>.!���'  ���������������-. civ-  mul iber,   re   K.  '.���!>��� tU   *...,..,*\r.nr ,,���,���_��� -.-,  -.
"     '���"'      '"   ^'"O   'ia.f.e^    ,-e     V   ,..i...-..,      . ....  .,,, ,    f,.,;,,    .������.,.-<..������,    .,-e   '.
'. I .���     , ���, |l    .  '-.- . I     tr,     , ...irlOTf,   <���!      "'     ���
ft    -���'���,   v.iiboin I t.-'.r .-���   m '���>,-��� > .-���   ���* < ���
MAURITANIA  TO  MAKE
RECORD ATLANTIC TRIP
W,d.-,ti. bee "ii    With ms _ets-*t>e
.cat    ;������:   f_t)(   V,.   .  t   ,-..   (   Vo,:!^,*:   mki[
Vtti -yf*rimc-y Virt-.iaeiRT,in left ihe Ve-
tte.] ,v;-orririilv ,-.,-, -,,r. . t-p���ro.-ot-a .---cr,
ir,t in a ffas. io tbe Vro'ied K.atof ,n.1
hu.]* to KTifelftnd     vefow    > "l-. ��� -. =��� ��� *-���-- ��� =
N ,-,1-.,-, ���    ,-.���-.-.-., e..'   ��� i, >,   , >,.    . ..-.r. ,... r ,
d.-et-.s    ibftt    (She    "W    -,       -....���.���.-.-.,���.���    gf|        1  .-.
���i...-.n<v|    if,..,    A..=    i_..-    },��,,     xmf.   .......
,���..������..-.- cr.     -.   ,-.T.    .     ,-,.c    >,lriT,,i,.
Ift   ti <-    :���    .-������-���-.';    ����� ���    ���������    .  '.* - W   ... :    *
n. ip -.��,-���.-. :.���.:, (_   fyf ,,. ,v,. ,-,.,��� ,,,,.,
MaXl^ta.tS will be m Viet benh ��i
| ,..- ,..-.���. t.- v.v , - ��� .--.mas p\p a\ | . ..
the   Bhtfl   i'~ ��� rtttrj   ���" .    ^.reftm
*.���*.(* Wft* ^i.P.i  a   c--,-..-.i   =.-v..-..-���.'.     \,
��� ���   aeeetogtw ��� - ���- ��� ���  av^ C. k^k
*-.-.r  a-an     ft��h��Ws��dttl     to     Unnt ���  -
Slid     \l:��     U.Plvoo       |h%       V   ir.- .-���
Vr1_,ec. Ar,-.pn Vi-ih;**...: .ft. ���.-.
Baton and iiare.-,ec0 iv i.e.-v-
. .��� i      \.e, .i,e *fl*i*_   r.'.-r-t ...   b;il
Tbe  t-   v%1    '.   \rrri>   '-v-<   ibst    : ���
,,K--t    , | .    ,. .- ��� ���    ���   ri.-r,*     _
i-.- ,.i,,;,.,,ed ^ it>, .ome ti . ���������' ������
��� ��� :������ ' ������ ' "������' ��� ��� ��� * ��� ������������ ������- -���'���������.���*.���
IB ft Iftwei .   M.-ftri ..    if  s  tflv yer:   nl
...-.:, |>,f. .>,-,'.- el.trerl <>,_. .if,.
TTtnT.-b ftiv VlW^a--c 1 ^voilri '���-��� ��� ���--���
,-.r..   ,-,  .>.--rr-i  ._  f*S   fci 1 vrold tvust  a
. ,-���,   i i,r,   f,  '5|..l=sy(.'
'    .-  ve-T.ed'    ot   .;��� ������������*-���������  iflv in    the
Mllo.     He ii'ved bi1 be'ev:-- ro put
������'��������������������� int wen fli rhe helm of tS\ j^W
I erTi.m. ��� ���
1.   ..-,.     ,-,],.-���!    ,V.,V,.,.-    dM    V T,   ..   .   -   .  .
P��V.        Oil.      ��� .     .       ...r.v,,,.c:.     ......     ��� V...yi
,,^f.,.-,,   ..   wych  h   f-'borf  to etiow
'���'    ���' ���    ''-''-;'   ( ''���'-    :��� ' -': ;    tf��rt
��� O" -ifrti j.fieHt  Of Vriff.'- ' ��� ���'- ���
Traike     Knt-ildteft'.    ,*n-n*v,:.-"-*
'���ui.-lde nri'l ���R'aj   tii I  S6tti  tt denth Ns
'������'.,     ���-       .... ,. ....,���     f_    ,,���m,      'r,:.,f~
��� ��� '    '<     "
'  I ���       '���' '        ���'���"���" ������������'���..fe. _k
������������'���������.'   ������   ������,������>��� ta  '-;fr-;de   of
r'or  ',���-i\ r  -  Btatemetit    aflegeA   to
 '     H   '������    the   pe'eta   rn   hi.
.f.(ai ves   a,.,,   i .,,���..,,   .. (if,  -/.mriPllnd
"   '������'"   ' :'   -.������-.���''������:'  v irh ihe nwWrt
-��� tl!   - ��� '������      * | '- f61,  find V-nltiM-
 '��� ������    -     ��������� *. ,,o'",-";"ti_'V
eommittee   had   been   diseoverod,  fie,
 ��������� ���    '������'   ���- -. '  impossible
for Tiim ro Wye any Io-nrc:-
Priesr Atrociously Beaten.
Vnfonnnflrelv Mr tkie foe-ii -inthrrrf-
*L*p,  ,.,  T'enidJeA'adnv, the vopons tc-
eoived  from  indopr-Tidr'Tit   and    trWBt-
" ���-  ���������   ������ ' "'   lei'.-f no donbr  ti-tiit-
..-,.    ...-  ,f  -hl.^   Tf-np lraii,r, enme    tn
- ���- '-������itb. ?tnd ftrrtrtsh civctrmstatitial
details ot this most jefaWrftWe nft'nir
���������" ��������� ���������-..* rbr nnfortnnn'r *r,--~-.
wn. physir. lly inenpn'r,1.- ��� ��� .-'���-rvg a
.- ���-    ..r*, his mowh  nnd  firine ft tVt
Wsieh lv;m hiini., in his crnin *t(  ���   ���
Plevfl-,,-.,;  fx*\_ i.- i   ,   ���������,.,-, ..-,.,. ,-,.\r\ it.
������,y,,i   \\ v.,,.-    ...   ...   . , ��� ,   ,M   il-e f
r 1 .:r: ���::.."������ nrtJ '::::.::";;- ^..** h^ r,n. a^^, ��um
TRANCE PLANS making
eOLOlFn?  OF   AFRICANS
l'ulo   tic    tt      ibe  libi.d,     e.i.Pil-
nipui hnjhtlseti to !���" . -��� ���  all fui
1     .lei,..!       M���l,,.ll. -   I,. ,-   .,��� ,.,.1 |  ,.   |
" "K ���' mlssi '   m.i...,   i,.,���
,,,...,,,,.,1   ,l,.l!..!    ...I       1,1,   il.,.   ,. ,.,...,,,
"i ��� ��� ��� i-��� i��� ��� ��� ��� in ��� ��������� i ii     i... i
a    l.���l    pi,ll.. . I.,....,    , ���,.    ll I,.r....
r I...     ir,.,,.     ������\.      | l,.l,,.l |     ..,      ,,.���
������ri""'"'  '������   ���������   " ii..<i..,.     ..   ...i.-i
'i"-'���>   ��������� the   '��������� ���      il -   '������'���   ���'������-
tUdls   ��l '     ""���     ������.lf-"i       ...   >.,a..^
>!'-'f;"   .nd   'trfi   <     -I-..n.���e.���
tttlf!   (' '���'<        I.,.'-.     , -.a
"'���     W " I      "''���    ���(���'" ri     tt)||.
Incite".- '������ i-ai.,��.  in, io'i,	
II   Is  "i-i "'   "���������'    ���     -pftir
    "  ' '������-' ll --'������
bl  '"     ' -������-if   "    "
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II I   ������������ I   -'"     ������'-���    "
        I hls !<-��� bh.   ���*".'    ���'    ,! "������
  i ""���" ��� iiiffitaTti ��� '
.,. .,        ,|   ���    I.elll... ,...,.., I.. II..., ... .1..
tTiotfjer efotr''"
Arw .-.-���      ,o     thr-?,-.     p-ii-,. "tn--".
Tvnil"-   ft1!*.    " ��� ���-   sammnnrd   to   the-
��� ffovernment  Konnlr  en   . oritembev TtO,
and the-* flr.pp,-- ������   * i* V   .nd *r> be
i'TUl^Tr'^ ��� J      ���'' ���'��� -'���      ������--win.
���:.":;^---���"'  ���   >���*.���::���;;��� .';;; :	
 I:,:..:;,,..:.:: ;.:;.::...;:..;,:.:..T.
.. .,     .sl.it.l-., it.  .....,1      .....      ......     ..
."[ ' }_   ���-'"'���' w ' --��� ������ ������ -  ������-��� >-
*-i. ti������'    u _������"'��� ��� hla ��� ��� '"���" I ��� ���
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tllH""', '       -   lei.-.   ���      IO-.             ,!..!..
  bis '������ _\ '"������ ll '
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elftt b . ��� ���-. ���
t,       .,    I-      ,   .   l...   ,M      ll.   ,,
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i ni.oiiii wiimii in iiphi.
THEATRE  ASSbCIATION.
��� --rirty Takes 8VfiF Playhouses ���----"
Wr*-1- '- ��   C.
C���.M|..    ......    li        !...    I -i��.   '    -   ���
������  ���--"'      ""���-- ���������-���>-������       * ���-������*���������>������*���
<��������������� I    j    '--'-    '���������-   >--    '���������a-i-o.      .-
 <*'������'���-��������������� *������������*.���.���  ������������-  ���������   -fries
.......,...l���r      tr-*.,        M-.e-.-l      -,,       gfHWfi      W
-.-rv fhenfres    of fb-      - -    "itrbf
.. .     -.      ,- ���-. - --,  ,��,,^- ��� ���
I.  Frnn     ���-   ������   ---   Hi    [ilk.
.    --..- .... ���     ra .,-- - **��� -      - ���
'    ' ->-f;v
m ���- s m --ft
OF $30,000 DIAMONDS
Vfm0t Tonn    ���       '   ���������
-������--���    -   ���  ���' ' "    '
��� -V a      -V '        '              ������'      Hi
  C I "'   ��� i rbofr   of
' ->-o fe  ��� 1 -  "���'"��� ������   -'��� FalS <���*,
-���������-*.ri   Officer  on   Board   MlrtrtesoM
Pound to fee In b|l|U8 with
"      -"'- -
.    ...      ..     ....
r-i-nr.-'-  "     "���    '  ���:   "   '���     '     i
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*    -'    ���' - "" '      '"
������- " - ' li - -'- -���.'.-     H ���
'--' - - - - li h ������  "��� ���' ���
for wm\ ���-���������   ������     ��� ���   '
  -""-^ M8fe   " -   "' ���     '
nrrfvod !a^ w--'-  "   '    '
(ner li
. ,  ,.-;.-,,.   ..   ..,,     j    ,    m,       .
-: ��� ���--"'     ' -���     '     11 ���
1      .{ttfc'H   MS   !a-;f   en   fife'l        "  .
....������!���.    ......    ... 	
Shot Thrsugh Hend.
1,            ..!.... I),      ���,....        ...A..     M..I     .     ...
trail '      ���   .    " ;
" ��� ���-"��� the head:   The '     ~
,.,......,.,,.     , | .,.  ���
  I Bl
��� ��� ���-������      | .. ,       tit
It ;- -'������ .-���';- ll ling
.- .1 .   .,....,., I  I
th tl �� [-���--; ,tl -   ��� "-  : *  '    "      who
toaihtains tn^i l I  ���.'        ixiijt-
������-���  :   '      " .- ���   io.-r.   it    .-.    j
:   ���   '    '     ���    . '       ". '   V,.   tr ': .
ma in  o-   I ".     Bijiiij of i_   i.. '
.';   ' '    .;      ..''.'        ' .       ,'.ibut.
b .'  ." ...: ti; of
ti     icl     ' "    :   .'      . '    \.      at
' H    !.    '       '    tnej   tlie     ii
I   ��� ������   ��� ;, ,'   '.  .   : .   ��� . '  ;
-    ' if) '        ' red.
UNlTin SMfll
miNiiiiiil MILliON MARK
Cen,us BltUfRI; JUll Compl.lM. Show
.. ,1,1 .Ml
Remarkable Increase in Population Since Last Count.
Wat-hin^i'in, iHv. lt. - In the Tailed'
..   ,   '    " -.    pessions tho Stars
,url   *'    ���;        ��� ,     .       ���   ;, 100,000  . ..al...
";tial i
Hh sAmiiii ���::'   ���     H  :    ���""    '     '
���"������O'^b-tni w.-t^-od d.'tvn ''���: "-   %{'    ' and
"''-������          ���������������*���;.' r \,  |j   [:,.     --,���  |    .aimoU-    of    thu
".vr'.'-d f; -                               Tti ��� Tui;, >,]   , -    .     ;       au   of   *��� a. a     tui-
jrt on;,-      '..���.'    ���     ���.- "       ;       '    It ���.          ��� ���, ���., .erday. in connection witli
��� ������   ���   ' " '             ���' ��� ��� I          '- the ropiiiittion statistics of the cgm*
' .;   as eiinuiiH'iated iu the thirteenth
'  '    '  .e    '  "   ,.:''-.,   . decennial    census.    It    ia liidea    Uia
of rhe                     .             '���')... i'.a-ii Piiiiippiriuft, Patnoa,    Hawaii,   Alaska
Aervt'     	
. Oi-ii-     .   ��� b    ' '    '   -  - '      '������
Tiie rtrst aviation meet in ihe r'-iv
���'-.���a       '-' ' - " "-'tod
M.  '.'.ttidevborn made
Uie    larf^'s     ca- .   -a.r    u,    ibe   StfofiM    91 .<T:',-''a:
.*.-.'.-..������.*������.,-  -   ���   ���  im       '    '��� "-I  ft.ra   V   -'        in   the last  Lett  . .ars the yiat.es of   thet
'     g   '   met  ab.nrd  at   uui
'
inion had an increase in population of
lot   ir,.nrr,i'i!U,   which amounts  to  21  per
.���oi'l opi    I i-nt. o'.er the 190(1 figures.   Slnpe the
The   r-i'^    rcUoal,    v,hh-h    would   first,  census   was  taken  in  JT'.KI    thu
r-i
hnve  ���        -:-e!-aj;1i I'alVi ' JpO.8'215 if  country has grow'q ;.'a times as large,
''      - .urned in a ;y   . ,     ,,h,. populallou then hgving been    '.-
92.2U,    slightly    larger    than    the
- ������   ��� -t'l t'ound in the fot e^eal
liet'd lod'tv. tn,   vai uauc ������ **n-****   .���-������,-.���,     a,b���.,.,      ,u,9u.      ........     ...^.
ia.,,,     ...... .-..i.,..,   !0   ("bnbn.   .-: . "     ''   he.V taj  The principal cache,   present   population    of    Texas.    Tha
tines
 ;-fMl
.      '   '    ,'    l".>e   H'.ii    :,.\.,l\.,       [JlcaiTUL      ^/UllUlill IUU UI * c:.\��o. I lit.
    -��� -    wmde"    i   f:���'������'   Box   -nder  -he  -.pare  anchor   growth   of   the   country   was   greater
��� tt*,  in  the  chain  roclteL contaiued   than has been anticipated by the ex-
"Jo :-iv- ���.*)���    the dritir    Twentv    tins -p0rt statisticians,   who   have   closely
���*   IftA)  been    ttite-1    II
.,   N.ell  ifiiown  i>ool
i,
U.r.lll.
iiivHh;     UotBW    i��   Oo'iU'o'
W'olten
:.  nrofiri'dor or
",,; M   ���,c.t���w.   street -o=t   Me
ihnt  be ti����  inio^-o  Mr.  !"seK
....1    enrteen  veart',.  Ml��* <�������
|g   tenocnipher and llvfn J4St
i .cross
,1,o stiePt trom the Hat.
Continued on Page Pour.)
Two Hers** Left Mfehefc
Detroit; nee. Hi���lly th'e will of
\be i,. Goldberg; which WRS filet! for
probate here, the sum of $1000 is set
aside f6r the rtalrrtenanee of Ssttln
Slippers, the ijjerchant'a favorite
horse. Star Plei, mother of' his
horses, received $600.
M1CP  MADE NEST OF *165.
*.���.  ;:',jn    *'c,ney   Snved    by Wife,
Who Died Twelve Vears Ago.
I-'ort let-vis. .'. V. Dec. ll. .lames
. nbcocb wan luintir,'.' about his cellar
on Thanks, kin tr day for a piece of
sto'.e i'ipe. when he found hidden in
an opetil!i<r in the wall an old coffee
pot. tilled with loose paper, in which
mice bad made a nest. ,
ln cleaning the vessel the other day
be was surprised to Und several pay-
envelopes lie had received from thf
Delaware & Hudson Canal company
when lie was watchman for that cot**
poration some years ago. They were
yrllow with age, but ln each he found
a bill in a good state of preservation,
and on counting them found they
amounted to .165.
The money evidently had been
saved by his wife from his monthly
wages. She died twelve veara ago,
and t<500 was found deposited by her
in Si New York city bank, whioh she
jhal set aside from her husband's
earnings.
 '_ ,",*!��� *-***���?*        LJ*m-l*  *.    ���ai.tifcioi.iv . ..ut-', i?uw ni�� '  i v av*****-'-j
were fount! in a water bucket. 29 tins   watched the progress of the country's;
wore concealed in a pidr of overalls.' population.
:\n I s:n-;ll quail' II'--: or iV.   Stuff were' 	
found     ,-cattered     all     thrgnigh    the  VIEWS OM DIET CAUSE
sailors' ipmvteia., mixed with Die soap
and borax. l.orfy men will continue
the search of the ship tomorrow.
Officers of the ship say tbat at
Oriental ports as much as flOOu lias
been offered for a position in the
steward's department of the Minnesota, indicating that smuggling profits
are very large.
A great syndicate with headquarters
at Hong Kong ls believed to be mak
OF TOLSTOI'S TROUBLE
St. Petersburg, Dec. 11���-The fact
that Tolstoi was a vegetarian is Well
known, but the countess did not share
his views on diet, the result being:
that the household was divided inU>
two camps.
Tolstoi und his daughters represented the vegetarians, while the meat-
eaters were the   countess   and    hei-
Ing regular shipments of opium and j sons.   Throughout all his life, Tolstoi
Chinese to Seattle and San Francisco.
using the largest steamships because
o:" the greater opportunities for hiding
coolies, women and opium in the huge
vessels.
Eighty; Whooping Cough.
Great Darrington, Mssb., Dee. 11.���
George Shaw, eighty years old, of this
place, has just recovered from an attack of whooping cough contracted
from his grandson six weeks ago.
devoted himself to all kinds of exercise, including Held labor, walking,
riding and swimming. On one occasion, while walking with one of his
biographers, H .Inertne Keminsky, beside a river* ftnd duttag a df" ~"
of theology ,*elst���� with
slightest warning, dWersed
his clotb^bai * Jfcth,,
joined hit ftta��i��a
cussioh ��. toe point
left off.
��� PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,
m   *
<���
DECEMBER   12, ,
Wants
WANTED.
WANTED���BY JAPANESE WOMAN,
work by day. Apply BOO Columbia
sireet.    Telephone 2iil.
LOST.
B	
LOST ���A LADIES' GOLD OPEN
face watch witli initials "E, 11." on
back. Finder kindly return to 611
Gth street and receive reward.
WANTED���BOARDERS    FOR    PRI-
. vate boarding house;    tirst    class
board;  all hume   cooking,    Terma
very reasonable.   Apply 512, Agnes
sireet, city.
WANTKD���WOMAN* FOR CLEAN"
lng and washing two days in week;
no children. Apply Cook, 629
Front st., city, or residence, Highland Park, Uurnaby.
WANTKD ��� A YOUNG MAN 13
open to keep a small set of books
in evening. Apply box K, News ollice.
WANTKD���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write llro insurance in the district;
only good p' odueer need apply, giving full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
bo forwarded to A. L. Caidin, 505
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, H. C.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, wltb buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings stieet east.
FOUND.
FOUND���V SUItK AND CERTAIN
cure for cancers, sprains and bruise
cure for cancers, sprains and
bruises lor either man or beast,
without operation or chemicals, by
application of herbs. A consultation
at any time free of charge with K.
Greyell, 518 Eighth street, between
Fifth an dSixth avenues, N'ew Westminster, B.C.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE. ��� NEW MODERN
houses on Second street, near
Eighth avenue. Apply in owners
otlice at the buildings. Dominion
Trust Co., agents.
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
Real   Estate   Agents.
628 and  746 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.
DON'T overlook the opportunity to
Make money in New Westminster's
best residential district. Get in before tlie raise in values. White,
Sidles & Co. bave some extra good
buys In this locality, wliich it will
pay you to investigate.
TO USE SPURS ON
LAGGARDS IN LOVE
PORTER CHARLTON MUST
GO BACK TO ITALY
Washington, Dee. 11.���Secretary
Knox today granted the request of
Italy for tho   surrender   of    Porter
Charlton, charged with the murder of
his wife at Lake Conio.
Tlie  secretary  holds   that,  the   fact
Kansas City Society on Trail
of Young" Men   Who   Only that  Italy refuses to    surrender her
citizens to tlie United States for trial
Waste Gas.
NINE choice lots on Seventh avenue
west, near the new B, C. Electric
cut off at $525.00 each, on easy
terms. These will advance rapidly
in price as soon as tlie work is completed.
MODERN
City for
homes  in  all  parts of th;
sale on easy terms.
COMFORTABLE home on Thirteenth
Street near the orphanage, $110u;
small cash payment and balance as
lent.
NEW Six-room modern house on Dublin street; cement walk; $2700;
$500 cash balance monthly.
See us about a new five-room house
on Hamlliton street, one block from
car line; $2100 with small cash payment.
Kansas City, Dec. 11.���Another
long-felt want lias joined the benedicts.   An organization lias been form
ed to fight the practices of young men
callers who keep tlie gas burning be-,
yond   the   midnight   hour   and   never
talk  of marriage.    It. calls itself tho
"Parental Surveillance Association of:
North America."
John   D,   Darker,  3200.Main   street!
this city, admits having been warned
by the parental vigilance committee.
He is an insurance agent, a member
of the Knights of Columbus, and   it
was none other than he who organized the Genoa Dancing club.   This is j
the letter he received, written on sta-1
tlonery embossed  with  the   association's formidable   name   and   marked
Form No. i;
"Mr.  John  D.   Barker,   Kansas  City,'
Missouri:
"Dear Sir���We wish to liave a word j
with you in regard to your courtship!
of Mr. D.'s daughter. Whether or not j
your intentions toward her are seri-1
ous; we have been in doubt for some!
time. You have told her you loved
her, but do you mean it?   Young man
[does not re'ieve this country from the
obligation of the extradition treaty to
surrender to Italy fugitives from justice from that country.
The question of the sanity of Charlton,   it   is   suggested,   is   one   for   tbo
I courts and not for the department to
determine.
The state of New Jersey held Charlton for some weeks after liis arrest,
then turned  him over to the federal
��� authorities.
In passing on tlie case tlie New Jer-
! sey judge decided that tlie question of
: the prisoner's  sanity  wns not  for  It.
1 but the courts of Italy to determine, if
the prisoner should be sent there for
trial.
"THE WOLF" IS ATTRACTION
AT OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT
been responsible
Harold    Nelson Will    Take    Lending
Part In  Presentation of Drama of
Western Canadian Life.
Hilda MacTavish, daughter of Andrew MacTavish, a Scotch trader in
the Hudson   Hay country, is a lender,
unlearned, gcmio girl, placed ln the
great lonesoiiieness of thai region,
and more lonesome by reason of tlie
almost maniacal hatred of her father,
who lias been embittered by the early
desertion of his wife and believes that
"nae wlmnien are Enid." Jules Baubles is a French-Canadian, a hand-
some, true woodsman who has been
visiting at the MacTavish home for
years, always witli ready welcome.
Into that picture of native atmosphere comes William MacDonald, a
railroad engineer, who years ago had
death  0f  Baubien^ ft,'.."''"'I au
^ to tad the half-sister^ "'{
ers the fact of hcu- j.i.ia,   .'  '   '-'nl
starts  out  to  hum   ,,���,  ,���.,,"'" i{
panted by  Baptlste, his  ' '      '***
trteniajjorthwesl ,.������,,'"! *"
������over, tbrough  MacDonald'. i      'u
that he was the betrayer of^Mtta.
and that he Is trying to  ��, ""'"'
ta the same maine��   Juie.1?"����
;-��� to .ak,. wida ���;,';:;���"���������
borne, and tlie f|i_ht is   .,.,      "   K
after a violent seenwitR^H
oal father, wh, B ,���.,.  " * "; '^'t_
Donald to believe in n. \ !,y. M
his purposes. MacDonald ft3 ".
fleeing trio, Jules, Bapi 2Je S_ *��_$
At the Bear Creek P ori a-,","1 """*
go ahead, while Jules remainPT
hind to meet MacDonald SdtS \
occurs in dead dartai.Ii f
"Ild
Pul
8II. ill
duced. bearing out the r',,_\t "H
dlan legend. tl:i" 'al
This play will, Harold vi.,,
leading part will be seen
house tonight.
Hi,
In he death of MacDonald, ate?
�� tho "oat thrilling scenes . ���
on the stage. Incidental to ,|.j ',
Hie howling of rea
���������ii In mi
atthecw
WHITE,     SHILES     &     CO. I >'ou l,ave already frequented his home
Real   Estate  Agents.
628  and   746  Columbia
New   Westminster.
st.
FOR SALE���SIX-ROOMED COT-
tage on corner; lot (iiixlOO; electric
light. Price ?180o, $900 cash, balance to arrange. Apply '.i20 Tenth
street.
FOR SALE���SURREY SNAP, N. _ I
of N. W. U Sec. 2,4, 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 cash,
balance one, two and three years.
Apply A. G. Marshall, Soutli 'Westminster.    Phone F50T,
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 $200
per acre, one-quarter cash, balance
six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-
four months. Apply A. G. Marshall,
Soutli Westminster.   Phone F507.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for LatJivs from $12.75
ap.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
J7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
and monopolized the .company of hi
daughter sufficiently long to make al
declaration of your intentions.   If you I
mean business, say so.   If you are not
serious, then graze on some other pas-1
ture.    His daughter's welfare must be
protected.
Yours trulv,
"PARENTAL    SURVEILLANCE    ASSOCIATION    OF   NORTH   AMER-
ICA."
On the letterhead    is    the    motto:
"Save Our Daughters."
"It's got. me up In th.e air," Mr. Laker admits. "If it came through a
genuinely anxious parent, there are
three or four remote possibilities. I j
don't know which one to expect, and
If I ever visit a youny lady again. I;
won't be able to act naturally. There
is no father in Kansas City with any
right to feel anxious on my account." |
BAN   ON   HATPINS.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
2"2 Townsend tt. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
FOR SALE���PORT MANN ACREAGE
and lots in townsite of Port Mann,
water frontage and dockage.   Apply
A. G. Marshall, South Westminster, i
Phone F 507.
FOR SALE���IT WILL PAY VOL' TO
get our cash prices on shingles.
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., box
1002, New Westminster.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.    Telephone SOO.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Proposed   Law   in   Philadelphia   Imposes S50 Fine for Each Offence.
Philadelphia, Dec.  11.���In an effort
to curtail the long hatpin evil in tills
city  an ordinance was  introduced  in
council today providing that no person upon tlie public streets or on con-
veyances shall be permitted to wear]
a hatpin the exposed point of which
extends more than one-half incli    be-!
yond the crown of tbe hat. A tine of ���
$50 for each and every offence is pro-;
vidod for in tlie proposed ordinance.
Councilman   Schumucker   declared I
, that the lives of riders on street cars
and   pedestrians   on   crowded   streets
are imperiled by the long hatpins,
I
Honor for Vice President.
Washington, Dec. 11,���Vice President Sherman was chosen chancellor
of tlie board of regents of tlie Smithsonian institution today to succeed
the late Clief Justice Fuller.
FOR SALE���General store and building on acre lot; bouse over store,
consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, pailor, stable, woodshed and
storeroom, including stock, postofflce, telephone, agency C. P. R., and
Dominion Express agencies; near
New Westminster. Full particu- j
lars, appy to A. C. D., P. O. Box 29 |
city.
tf.
mm
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
FOR SALE���At Pitt Meadows two 40
acre blocks iu cultivation, $250 an'
acre; first-class soil, splendid location. Three-quarters of mile from
railway station. For terms apply to
A. Z. P. O. Box 29, city. tf.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
FOU
SaL
i ���: -
-ON  EASV TERMS,
SIX
roomed
ho:
ise and
two  lots-    C
lose
to
tram.
ll
mmedlal
e possession.
Ap-
ply
Owner,
Box 27!
i. City.
��� .?.������:   | 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 t'j
HARRY G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent,
527 Granville St.    Phone 7100. Phone 8060.
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
stieet. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
TO It ENT���NEW SIX ROOMED
house, fully modern, close in; rent
:$20 per month. Apply The People's
Trust Co., Ltd.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
��polv 71.   Trew street.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 223 Sth St.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Oilnmhix  utreflt. ��n��H Clarkson
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
irooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
���after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
'5 p. m. at Room 14, 623 Columbia
-���treet
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, C: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-mlnute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p���  m.     Sunday���20-minutes
service from 8 a. m. until 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton:
20-minute service from C:10 a. m. until  11:30 p. m.     Sunday���20-minutes
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 Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
V,fr****"*.���;���*��. '*��rrtlar***r* y*\<r*,^W-"**
xza zs^a'j&zzssszz.
a**!***  -��**l*iUU'?Vv
""���BSBaareaBBi.
23c
i���������
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, OilcJoths, Art Rugs, Blankets,
Curtains, Etc. Anyshing to make the home comfortable,
AT  EXCEPTIONALLY LOW   PRICES
Just Look In and See For Yourselves
GRAHAM & WILKINS
THE MEN
Phone 707
WHO SAVE YOU MONEY
655 Front Street
,**"T*-.f.
HAROLD NEL80N
, Who plays the leading part in "The. Wolf" at the opera houso tonight. MONDAY,
DECEMBER   12,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
J-
NEWSOME & SONS
Painters. Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
Sixth Street.
WESTMINSTER
Phone 567.
:    .   B. C
Railway Time Tables
c  R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
minsti'
Vancouver for New West
. at 5:00, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
and every ball hour thereafter
J. BJ.
(Bill  ll;3��   P'm-
i...a New Westminster for Van
Cars lfa,e
couver at
;:00 a.m
:B0, 6:20, 6: B0, 7:20 aud
and every half hour there-
11:00 o.m.
after until
Sjnday Schedule.
leave Vancouver for New Went-
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
eVfry bait hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m-
cut leave New Westminster for Van-
��,iivcr at 5:00 a.m.. and every hall
jour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
(v6 leave   New   Westminster   at   7
ant. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
everv hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave  Westminster
,t"s n.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
gg.ni. to 10 p.m.
0, j, Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
8:17
10:30
Great  Northern  Railway.
Ua.es    New     Westminster
ins. arrives Seattle 3:fi,r> p. m.
Leaves   New    Westminster
tB,; arrives Seattle 3: la p. m.
Leaves    New     Westminster     4:30
(.e; arrives Seattle>9��.40 p.m.
Leaves   New    Westminster    12:27
im.; arrives Seattle 7:3") a.m.
Lea-.es Seattle  8:06  a.m.;   arrives
lien Westminster 2:60 p. m.
Leaves Seattle  12:2a  p. m.
HetWestminster 6:26 p.m.
Lurei Seattle i :36 p. m.
Wo '���-������^inster 9:27 p. in.
;.. ��� ��� Siaittle 11:4a p. m.
.��yTetminster H:30 a.m.
'. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
arrives
VAGARIES Of THE
BASUTOS TO SHAKE IN
SOOTH AFRICAN
Man Invents Spectacles for
Chickens, Another a Hat
Tipping Device.
Chiefs Present   Address to   Duke   of
Connaught Expressing  Loyalty to
the British Empire.
New York, Dec. 9.���Among the
strangest of recent inventions recorded in this country are specially constructed spectacles tor chickens, to
prevent them from pecking out each
ot tier's eyes.
Then there Is an Inventor who considers thai much valuable energy ls
wasted by men iu lifting their hats to
female acquaintances, tind therefore,
lias devised a self-tipping hat. This
hai is provided in the crown with a
clock gearing, which Is set into motion by a pendulum. When the wearer hows tint pendulum swings and,
the near being [.leased, it raises and
tips the hat..
_ man who really wanted to bene-
tit mankind patented a sheet Iron cat,
a feline wliich works by clockwork,
und Which has a bellows inside, which
swells up Its tail and causes sounds
to issue forth wliich would wake an
entire neighborhood, The cat's daws
are of steel, and when the animal Is
wound up and placed on a roof It Is
ready to deal death blows to every
midnight   prowling  cat,
Still another man was given a patent for a pasteboard cat covered with
phosporus, so that It shines in the
dark.    It is used tor frightening off I take in the
MANY HUNTERS SEEK
MYSTERIOUS COUGAR
Attracted by $500 Price on Sheep Assassin's Head They Will Scour
Blue   Mountains.
London, Dec. 9,���A despatcli from
Bloemfonteln gives an interesting description of tlte reception of tlte Duke
of Connaught of 100 Basuto chiefs
and counselors, who presented an address. The ceremony was extremely
interesting and very picturesque.
Letsle, the paramount chief, headed tlte deputation, and presented the
address, The chief Jonathan stood
beside Letsle, and Mr. Herbert Sloley,
tlie resident commissioner of Basuto-
laiid, directed tlte proceedings, which
were dignified, solemn and formal.
The Duke of Connaught stood beside a Chair arranged throne-wise,
with tho Duchess and Princess Patricia on either side of him. All the
Basutos were neatly dressed In black.
The address for tlie Basutos stated
that they were unxi-jiis to become
useful citizens of the empire, and to
talt| their places in the I'nion of
Bouth Africa, but at present tliey
were too cognizant of their shortcomings, too uneducated, und too unacquainted with civilized customs to
enter the i'nion, and tliey feared their
entry at this early date would mean
a national suicide.
Nevertheless,   they   trusted   in   time
to tit themselves as a nation for tlie
part wliich tlieir king wanted tliem to
nlon,
rata aud mice
A   Large   Idea.
Perhaps one of the most astonishing inventions on record was the device of a Frenchman who suggested
the laying down of long suction tubes
from lhe coast out to various points' the  Union  had  caused
in the open sea.    When    war   broke  sion and anxiety union
The   Duke's   Reply.
The   address   concluded    with    the
words:     "We  greet  you, Father   Du-
mela Mate."
The Duke of Connaught, In replying,   said   that   the  establishment   of
much  discus-
the Basutos.
Dayton,     Dec.     11.���Publicity     may-
bring   "old   sleuth."   tlie   murderous,
mysterious cougar of the Blue moun- j
tains   to   his   Waterloo.     Numerous
communications    are    received    dally ,
from hunters living in all parts of the
northwest  asking  for   particulars   regarding a $5(10 bounty offered for the !
beast, dead or alive, and expressing a
desire to "get on his trail."
A big free-for-all hunt may yet he
planned, to be open to all comers,
tind the prize to be awarded if tlie
hunt Is successful. That dogs, on
which most hunters depend, will be
useless, has been amply proved, for
tlie Hon is too cunning to allow "mere
dog" to bother him.
Although the Blue mountains claim
some of the most skilled hunters In]
tlie west, all have failed to get a shot j
at the big beast, and only one man
has seen him, although every night he '
visits some stockyard and slays a
horse or cow or hog. The animal cov-1
ers a trail twenty miles long, yet one |
night he may kill a sheep at one end !
und the next a horse at the other.    ,
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
ajJUSUCCESSORS    TO. LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
CHINESE   QUEUE   DISCUSSED.
Progressive Papers Ridicule Pekin's
Devotion to Pig Tails.
Pekin. Dec. 11.���Reviewing tlie
controversy regarding tlie Chinese
queue, tlie North China Herald says
that for the people of the country the
question has three aspects, tlie hls-
torico-polltical, the aesthetic, and the
economic. In regard to the first there
Is the sharp cleavage of the opinion
between Manchu and Chinese, for
the history of the queue is still retained in the national memory; but
the line of demarcation is Bllghtly
blurred by the feeling that in some
mysterious way the foreigner stand
out aud hostile fleets approached the King George, he declared, had remem-
coast, machinery on shore would he bered the representations which the
se t to   work,   tlie    enemy's    vessels ' Basutos made to King Edward en the
would he caught by the irresistible subject, and King George knew that j to profit by the proposed abolition,
suction, drawn to the ends of the when he decided that the time had "By a line of reasoning that does
tubes, and there held firmly as prls-, come for Basutoland to be included in not appear to have been challenged
oners. Thc one essential part of this i the Union, the Basutos would loyally I anywhere, it is taken for granted that
idea which seems to be missing was obey. Tlie Basutos were anxious lest I with the abolition of the queue must
the machinery which was going to they should be deprived of certain i disappear tlie present national cos-
rights, tume," says the Herald. "Pekin has
"When ti child is troubled," his' gone one step further, for it argues
royal highness continued, "he goes to I that with the disappearance of the na-
80 acres In the southwest quarter of Section 31, Twp. 12, N. W. D.
Price $41) per acre;  good terms.
140 acres ln the southwest quarter of Section 29, Twp. 12, fifteen
acres cleared; small orchard, six-roomed house; bain ;',5x40 feet;
price $70 per acre;  good terms.
25 acres ln the northwest quarter of Section 20, Twp. 12, ten acres
cleared. Klght acres more for clearing. House 24x24 feet, barn
40x40 feet, shop 20x40 feet, chicken house 1(1x18 feet, woodshed
18x24 feet. Stock: Four pure-bred Jersey cows, 30 white leghorn
fowl; kitchen stove, one horse,light wagon, one cream separator and
dairy outfit; one set of blacksmith's t ools and stock valued at
$1500.    Everything gees at $4500, on good terms.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T. H.   McCormick  Manager Real Estate Department.
451  COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
draw ;i 26,000-ton warship backwards, with Its engines going at "full
steam ahead.''
,    One of the latest  applications   of  his father, who decides what must beitional  costume, must go in hand  In
arrives electricity is the electric whip, said
to liave been invented by a California
arrives , wagon driver, who found it Inconveu-
! lent   to  reach  out  his  whip  to  touch   able to judge  what  is  best
I' i
done. The child is but one of the hand the abolition of the kotow, and
large family, and the father has great | here is an ideal rallying grqund for
experience in settling troubles nnd is
not only
his horses in stormy weather, and so
contrived a long flexible pole, which,
on   coming   Into    contact    with    the
ttVH New Westminster dally, ex- horse's think, shot forth a small elec-
hridge  passenger
arrives   ut   Port
tept Sand iy   from
Wm  3:50   p. m.;
ftHion 6:30 p. m.
Lrt.t-s Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
My. except Sunday; arrives at New
ffeitmtaster bridge passenger station
11:10 a. tu.
trie shock.   The pole is attached to a
rotating   fulcrum,  and   can   he easily
worked   by   a   slight   movement.     By
for tlte young child, but for the peace
and advantage of the whole family.
"The Basuto nation is a very young
child among the many peoples of the
Biitish empire, and the Basutos must
rely on tlie wisdom and experience of
their king iind  Ills  counsellors.    Let
G. N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Wves Sumas (>-.'io a. in: arrives
brldje passenger station, New West-
tnlcs'er, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves N'ew Westminster hridge
NUen.er station 8:60 p.m.; arrives
Santas .no p.m. dally except Sunday.
was   done.     Rather   should   they    he
greatfui   that,   notwithstanding   the
great   and   Important   matters   which
having  forksliaped ends  to the  pole,   them not question the Justice of what
both horses can be touched simultaneously.
An ingenious employment of the
phonograph, hy tlie way, was suggested by an Inventor some time ago.
This was for curing children of the
babil of crying upon the slightest provocation. The child is made to cry
into the instrument and when 'e Is
calm the record Is served up before
the Whole family. It Is said to be a
perfect cure.
Manchu  reaction
"To   aesthetlcism   we   must     attri
l.ute   tlie   resolve   that,   tlie   national!
costume must not be allowed to sur-
,vlve the queue; and it Is only natural
thai the alarming prospect of procuring new clothes ai one and the same
time for 300,000,000 or 400,000)000
people should he adduced as an economic argument against the change.
Perhaps tlie most significant feature
in the popular discussion is the opportunity It  has afforded of illustrat-
What About That
Christmas Gift ?
Let Us Suggest Something Useful
King George's government liad to set-  Ing   the   ever-Increasing   antagonism
tie all over the world, so much care
and thought has been devoted to
them."
Earlier in the proceedings hetsie
begged his royal bigness to accept a
Basuto pony, and the duke, In thanking tlie chief, sild lie was having a
fur coat made iti England for him.
r
25c-OILCLOTHS-25c
Ten nice neat designs in Floor Oilcloth, 2 yards
wide.   While they last per square yard 25 cts.
i
Wool Blankets        Dining Chairs
i
Slightly soiled, regular value to
|1.10 per pound. Yours, lor. 60c per
lb.   These come up to 8*lbs, In weight
Come early, wo have only a few.
Down Comforters In prices an.l
qualities from, each M.50,
Iron beds in all si/es from, each
$3.25.
Good springs, woven wire, has;
strong support, for the smull sam ut"
$2.00,
Sanitary cotton top mattresses,
strong ticking, In all sl/.es, each $2-^0.
in solid quarter cut oak, golden finish, solid leather seat. One arm and
flve side chulrs; citn't be beat f"r
$18.75.
. Diners    In   Early     English     finish,
quarter nil yak, solid leather pad seat
Ore arm and live side chairs; a bargain at $20.00.
Before huying that linoleum for
vour kitchen and rugs for p��-j.0r, dining room, bedroom or hfji just call
and see our stock antl  get prices.   It
will pay you.
against the Manchu dynasty
"Not many years ago the queue. If
considered at all, would have heen
cited as an essential badge of civilisation. Today It conies In for general
condemnation, and Is a reminder of
the cruelty nnd humiliation to which
our ancestors were compelled to submit more than 200 years ago."
It Is added that on this quest ion
there has heen a remarkable ebullition of feeling In the vernacular press
of the soutli. The time devoted to Its
discussion In Pekin Is held up to ridicule. ;is nn Indication of the waning
power of the dynasty, for no subject,
It Is pointed out, Is too trivial to be
handled In the attempt to resuscitate Manchu authority.
We nave a   full   li
ine
GAS BILL FOR $19,000.
Dowager  Queen   Maria  Pia  Sued  for
Ten   Years'   Accounts.
Lisbon, Doc. 11.���It Is stated by the
Press that an uction wlll be begun ln
the courts by the Lisbon Gas company against the Dowager Queen
Marlii Pia for .111,000, due for the
lighting of her MfcJeet.'S palace of
Ajuda. Tlie accounts have not been
paid since 1000, but some of her private property has been confiscated.
Befoie taking proceedings the directors fo the company sent a message to the dethroned King Manuel
asking for payment. However, It
reported that a negative
now been received.
of Rogers Bros.   1847
Silverware,- also a full
Selection of Kigk grade
Carvers, Cutlery  ana
Nickel Plated Ware.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
T*�� OW1TA HOUSE
X
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
1 "*>���*/
s
has
���DRY" DRINKER   BEATEN
BY   A "WET" ABSTAINER
i
L
aii<v.
Up-To-Date House Furaishers
Ceirner CoK __�� and Fourth Street
Lewis
Mount Vernon. Dec. 11 ���- ' (<"��
Women Vote, or Why Anncottes Went
Wet." mlgW ho tlie title (.[many a
recent   political   post-mortem."
One of the candidates for the coun-
i cil there was a man who occasionally
I takes a drink but Who was pledged to
j oppose the Issue of saloon licenses.
Ills opponent was a��total abstainer,
hut    was    pledged    to    support    the j
"wets."
The total abstainer got the almost
unanimous support of the women and
| was elected.
SALOME"  WITHOUT
JOHN   BAPTI8VS   HEAD
Phone 809
1     London, Pec. 11.-No other operatic
event remembered In London^*clied
such iv sensation as the first Performance of "Salome" last.night     The
I censor who had previously prohibited
Ithe opera consented to its rendition
by the Beecham   company, only   on
condition    that   the    Baptist's   head
should not he exhibited and that other tHcpurgatlons should he made.   The
Finnish prima donna, Mme. Ainc Ack-
to, took the part of Salome and Clarence Whitehall, of Iowa, that, of John
Ithe Baptist.
1 >
;
One Night, Monday, Dec, 12 [
G. G. Garrette  Presents Canada's Foremost   Actor
HAROLD NELSON
and Associase Players in the Great  New York
Lyric Theatre Success
WOLF
>
; The Greatest Realistic Drama of
the Century.
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Seat Sale, McKenzie's Pharmacy, Saturday,,Dec $
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* THE DAILY NEWS.
\
MONDAY,  DECEMBER
12.
1910.
/
Tne Daily News
others could look   after him.   I then
went hack to get the rest of the party,
and dragged out the other three men,
_��� one by one, for more than BOO yards,
I to a place of safety.   I returned again
Published by Tbe Dally .News Publish- j ,in(, 1,,vang ftnd , m;in.ipcd (0 Mlllr a
tog Company, Limited, at their offices, ; oouple more to the charging station.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria   All  these men  were  broughl   to  the
Streets. j surface finally In tlie coal dumps and
^___^ j were resuscitated."
.^_���~ - ~      Ilnby   explained    that   tiie   while
t. A. Paige Managing Director | damp  takcs  ct*-e,-t  urst  on  the   legs
[and gradually numbs the whole body,
until the person attacked succumbs
and lapses Into unconsciousness.
Two miles Into the main level the
rescuers ran across twenty-one min-,
ers, all  dead,  stretched  out  on  one I
side or another of tho truck.     Robert i
Stratton, the governmenl  mining Inspector, was one of those overcome by
the white .damp, and he was seriously
affected   for   some   time,   but   Anally
came around. *\v-.
One of the rescuers, a man named
Auldeson, gave away his Oxygen supply to another man whose supply had
given out. Then he tried to make his
way to the surface, but was overcome,
and, although he was succored, he
never regained consciouness.
MONDAY,   DECEMBER   12,   1910.
TREMENDOUS SLAUGHTER OF
SHOES.
PUNISHMENT   OF   CRIME.
The exemplary sentence meted out
by Judge Howay to the man Paul Renter, for holding up John Oliver at the
Iioint of a revolver, should prove a
useful deterrent to further offences of
this kind. l'Tve years Imprisonment
and the infliction of twenty-four
lashes of the cat in two instalments
Is perhaps an unusually severe form
of punishment for this country, but its
inflict ion was undoubtedly warranted
in this particular case, which was
that of complicity In a robbery from
thc person with violence, and under
the circumstances of the increasing
prevalence of this form of crime on
the mainland. It is a matter of regret
that tlte fellows of tlie prisoner Rue-
ter In the perpetration of the outrage were not standing in the dock at
his side. But they may yet be secured by Uie police, and if they are
it is to he expected that they will receive a measure of punishment no
less severe.
It is not often that the lash is inflicted nowadays, but there are occasions when tin's severe penalty is
thoroughly justified. It is probably
the severest and most dreaded form
of chastisement for a criminal offence
that is permitted, and it is pretty generally recognized by criminologists Take notice that an application has
that the hardened criminal will rather  been made to register J. P. Hampton
face tlie   extreme   penalty   of   death I ?ole a�� the owner in Fee Simple, un-
, , '       ..,   ,      der a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Flat-
than tlie cat o nine tails; thus this be-; cher> Assossor of the Dietrict ot WeBtr
comes  a  strong deterrent  to   crime, j minster, to J. P. H. Bole, bearing date
But tlte modern tendency of penology i the 1st day of December, A. D., 1002,
is to discourage any form   of punish- j of a11 and singular that certain parcel
..   . ,. ��� ,     .  ,       , ..     .    ! or tract of land and premises situate,
ment that it at all brutal, and the in-, ,yjng  an(,   beJng  |_ ����_   ,*���._Jct   Q'
fliction of tlie lash is undoubtedly | \ew Westminster, in the Province of
this: hence the imposition of this : British Columbia, more particularly
penalty  has become much less com- i known and described as Uot 24, block
mon than was formerly the case, and!'':   \?* "���.*lw*  *''   ' "ts, ,-8, an0d   2*>
. block ff; lots 1 and 4, block S, sub-
is now reserved for the most serious division of lot 202, group 1, Pott
case of crime. Moody.
It is, however, a (jtiestion whether ]    You an(i those claiming through or
it is at all wise to make punishment ! umler  you  and  a11   Person* claiming
���     ������,.  ������., ,  .,        , ; any interest in tho said land by vir-
so soft and easy, and the prison   so  tue  of  anv   unre,,istered  in,trument)
pleasant a place of retirement as island all persons claiming any interest
the practice at the present day; j in the said land by descent, whose
whether indeed this does not rather |tif!e ls not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
Johnston's Big Shoe House to the
Front with One of the Greatest
Christmaa Slipper Shoe Salea on
Record.
Johi ston's Big Shoe Ilonse presented a busy appearance on Saturday.
Tliey are r.ow conducting' one of the
most sensational shoe sales on record. Tlieir buyer while east last
summer made purchases of over a carload of Christmas shoes and slippers
���quantities much in excess of their
usual amount. In order to clear these
out by Christmas tliey hate started a
great clearance sale of Christmas slip-
pets particularly, The people of Westminster will have no excuse for patronizing any other city for tlieir
Christmas shoes. Johnston's can give
tlie assortment and can undersell any
other concern in the west. Wise
buyers will be repaid by taking advantage of this great saie which will
continue until Christmas eve.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
tend to encourage than discourage
crime. The object of modern penology
is to afford the criminal an opportunity of returning to a lawful and
right-minded manner of life, rather
than to simply punish him for his of-
the tax purchase within forty-five
days from the date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and in
default of a caveat or certificate of
lis pendens heing filed within such
period, or in default or redemption be-
fence against the law.    This human!- i fore registration, you and each of vou
tarian method is no doubt excellent in
theory, and possibly does work satis-
will   forever   estopped   and   debarred
from setting up any claim to or in re
,���    ,    ., ,       ., .      , spect or the said land, and I shall rea-
factonly and well in the case of some ister J. P. Hampton Bole as "wS
���offenders, but it also undoubtedly j thereof in fee. And I hereby order
opens a wide road for advantage to he It,lat publication of this notice for
taken by the hardened criminal, the | '!'i,rty dayB in a daily newspaper pub-
very essence of whose unlawful vocation Is the exercise of craft and cunning.
Coal Mine Explosion
is Terrible Disaster
(Continued from Page One.)
rcic efforts to save others, leaves a
wife and four children in England.
Dr.   McKenzie,  the  resident  physician, was early on the scene and narrowly escaped death from suffocation.
Br. Malcolm, Dr. Bell, Dr. Snider and
Dr. Ross from adjoining camps were
all at tlie scene in a short time and
all rendered valuable aid. Coroner F.
M. Pin key, of Lille, arrived soon after
noon  and had a jury empanelled  at
once and tlie twenty-flve bodies which
were  laid   in    the   washhouses  were
viewed, after which an adjournment
to tlie 19th inst, was made. Superintendent Cren, of the Crow's Nest Pass
line, who was at MacLeod, when news
of the explosion reached him, came at
once to the scene and ordered that all
necessary assistance be rendered by
tlie    raiiawy    service.      Nothing    is
known as to the cause of the exnlo-
-sion.
Thrilling Experience.
The experience of one party Is particularly thrliling. u was composed
of five men from Michel ani one from
Hosmer. This party Included Mr.
Jtobert Stratton, government mine in^
ispector; Norman Huhy, Michel; Tom
Spruston, pit boss; Andy Tuskey and
B. Evans, government mine inspectors at Michel. These men came in
on the special train from Fernie and
Hosmer, which was ordered out bv
the C. P. R. '
"When we went back a second time,
sifter getting more oxygen," says Huhy, "we met a man running out who
-.said the rescue party had been overcome by the 'white damp.' We hastened on and came to them stretched
.out a little way this side of the miners they were trying to rescue. I
rushed ahead and grabbed Spruston,'
ain<I with the help of Evans managed'
to drag him to safety. We left him
-at the motor-charging, station, where
lished   in   New   Westminster   will   be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of November, A. D., 1910.. .
**C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James Hograth, Robert McEwen,
Walter Lawrence, and Julia Carey.
REMOVAL
Diamond Rings
Reg. $18 Solitaire  $12.50
Reg. $45 Solitaire   $33.00
Reg. $fi5 Solitaire $45.00
Reg. $100  (5-stone) $72.00
Reg. $lio Cluster  ,,.. .$85.00
Reg. $55, 2 Emeralds and'' Diamond   $39.00
Reg. $��5, 2 Diamonds    and    Sap-
hire  $45.00
Reg. $fi0, 2 Diamonds and Ruby $45.00
A large variety to   choose   from
up to   ' ..,   > $400
CHOOSE  YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS NOW.
T. Gifford
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
START lhe WEEK RIGHT
Protect Yourself Against Want
] In   Old Age
WITH
aam^mr-miHanmiiwnammsatc: |
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
i
Get Busy!
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.
WE
HAVE HUNDREDS OF OTHER GOOD INVESTMENTS-CITY LOTS���HOMES���ACREAGE
AT PRICES RIGHT.
W. J. KERR, LTD.
614 Columbia St. Phone 17 monday.
D. CEMBER
1i)l6.
THE DAILY NEWS.
��aGE iTVft
SPORTING NEWS
iii tie sai
Willi
l^ls Try Out New Men
v,::,Make Good-Referee
fcrant punishes Fighter.
��:
and rough  game of foot-
,   ���,.��� Saturday the Hovers succeed
P. II on *
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��� I       ���   	
'**  ,.���,, cud of the game.
(,f  tlie  fixture  wns    tbe
holding the   Vancouver  Sliam-
the score being one
|glia:
A |eatur<
I flirt
{ tbe referee.,  Grant,  of  Van-
andled tlie game with
I i.ill and the ut.mosi  im-
;,. l;,^ second half Butler,
flpdderariK
..miiilityj	
V,|��� .ban rockt, itrw* Craig with
.   n-talned his presence
*", ,    ,,:;;  Instead  of  landing    on
* aa ,���   i rued ****** <*b*v
jV   Butier  could   reach   the   said
oiW"
n :������(���'' ����� I ed the
UUUO     :. :   M l-t   !������:������      ���'   I
iTancouvcr ^^^^^^^^
e game.
***"    j.   .     tried oal two new men,
anJ   R.   Smith.     Both
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.. me and will probably
JJUeti    "es on the team.
5lE.;,.- baa left town Ior tbe time
.*''..��� i place Saturday was
\.tI ,, b  ib&ne, who made a good
( '.V m spite >>i the fact thai be
!. . b great deal of experience
.   played  in  tbe  beat
|,r' | -   jwn this season, suc-
��� lending the   Rovers'   goal.
bribe ���������'-
i.e.t hack on the field
The ; b ��������� ��� ���.- iiaii a    One
������. pi si oi oro .   ... Sal  ".. i  afternoon
when a team from the People's Trusl
pan;    handed   thl DO   8   Joll    beal J
enough to shake holes   in   i be   i   ���
i r by-law.
ln tbe !���'������ I | e one ol tbe newspaper men mad* a strike and ti was
hair an hour before ihe tytber imm
beri of the team could be revived
sufficiently to go ahead with the
game.
Oorhetl   and  P.urden. for the  Trus-
:;f-., did some   greal   execution,   bul
berland was the only man on Che
newspaper team who did anything lo
entitli   him  to keep on  living.
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THE   SONG   OF   A   SALOONIST.
I wandered Into the Windsor as   Bbe
clocks were striking tbe boor;
A   sad-eyed   stranger  si ood    therein,
and bis face was passing sour.
"    Whal    (an   ail   thee,   knight-alarms'" ] asked most cheerfully;
Bul   ihe  darkness  deepened   em  bis
hfi v. at he made iieplu to me:
'"Tis   the year ol   Bailey's   cornel.,
and di. asiei-s do abound���
".lack Johnson licked the white man's
hope;   11��<"��� cannon's roaring sound
"Was beard in Portugal one day, and
Manuel  bi1   tbe (,'usl.
"Tii(- Teddy hear is down and out; he
couldn'l   bUSl  a   I: ,,st
"The limes are oui ol joint, egad, mis-
CortPSe's warning voice
"is  heart-o  in  every  qiiaru-.r, and  the
powers ol  hell  rejoice.
"In Sunny Mexico they seek tlie prosi-
dente's gore,
"And    Fighting   .Toe    in    Bimlico   Is
hammered lill he's sore.
"Bui   oi   all  the   dread   catastrophes
that hit this hemisphere
"The fiercest and dumosi   is the one
that's happened here."
The   stranger's   fishy   eye   became   a
trifle more morose���
lie  paused  to  wipe  a   teardrop  from
his pale scorbutic nose
I looked my mute enquiry,   io *r*iak
1 was too dazed.
He    bellowed    in    sejKJchral    tones:
"THE   PRICK   OF    BRINKS    IS
RAISED!"
My   hand   shook    as    1    murmured,
'Name   jour    poison,     mine    is
Schlltz."
He sain, "Mine is whisky"; tbe btt-
keep said,  "TWO  BITS."
Eastern  Hockey War.
1884
\. -l:  ior the vi = i:ors play-
. !v tame and was re-
|..\. ���  eir tally.
- -   :e:im   was  as  follows:
:���-.  hacks, Bruce and Kir^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,. -nig. Ferguson and Bor-.Tulips    10
jjpi   forwards,    McAllister.    Shaw-, Sunflowers       4
Ottawa,    Bee.     IL���The     Renfrew
Hocke;   cluh  bave  patched  up their
troubles and  decided to stick in the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ National   Hockey   association,   declin-
.... , ... .|ing the  invitation    to    join lhe  oiit-
ln the house league bowling series U(vs A pr0pO8it_on ls now m���j�� ���,
three teams are now tied for high rompromise bv fi���inp 1llP sklarv Umit
Mace. The Tulips during the week .,. $- ,.��� ,������ \ho dlibs roluso t0 cori.
made Beveral good cams and caught sMel ��� Thc Qttawaa meel on Thins-
the hoses and Wallflowers, who have dav, whon lh0 .(,,,rrnP suggested last,
headed the league ever since it ^^l.t bj the players will be dealt
s'ar,ed- wltb,    Newsy Ladonde and .lack  La-
The following is the standing: \iolette have come to terms with Les
Won. Ixist. Bei    Canaoien., of Montreal.   Lalonde held
Roses 12     fi      .fifi"   0nt for $2600, and it is not known how
Wallflowers 10     5      ,867   successful was his kick.
5      .fifi7  ���	
11       .2(57 j Columbian College Loses.
Una, Smith  Cadyxten and TumbulL Baisies
12
m
arareisaaii1 wtrasm
200! Victoria, Bee. 11.���ln the inter-
mg i school Rugby match yesterday, Vic-
  toria United schools defeated Columbia college. 16 points to 9.
I   HAVE
tte following  amounts  on
with wliich to discount
AGREEMENTS
hand
OF   SALE
The
ieut
-    Agreements must be gilt-edge and have at
st 50 per cent of the principal |^iid on them.
$1200 $1400
Also have $690 to place as first mortgage for six
^months at 8 per cent.
W. J. KERR, LTD.
614 COLUMBIA ST. Phono 170
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��� BRITISH     FOOTBALL. t**\
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London. Hoc 11.���English and Scot
tish League football games played
yesterday resulted as follows;
Scottish   League.
Dundee I, Heart ot Midlothian 1.
Hibernians ", Aberdeen i.
Third Lanark :',, Hamilton Acaderu-
cals li
Clyde ii. Celtic i.
Motherwell ',. Queen's Park 2.
Ftalth Rovers 1. Kilmarnock 1.
Glasgow Hnnser.   1, l-'ulklik  i.
Sl   Mil ren 1. MoftOB I
Alidiienonlnns ". PfttrlGfe  Thistle 0
First   Division.
Nolls Forest  3, Hrlstol Clly  2.
Bverton i. oMimm Athletle o.
Bury,,8, Liverpool D,
Woolwich    Arsenal    0,    MlilfUeslior-
Blaekbttftt     K^vei'n   Bj   Newcastle
f'nltpil I.
Aston Villa 3, Nolls county  1.
Sheffield    riiiied    ?,   Mtthcaefitef
SINCLAIR'S BIG REMOVAL SALE
IS GENUINE
He Is Forced to Move
Every Shoe and ow entire Stock ot
CHRISTMAS   FOOTWEAR   will be
We haven't a CARLOAD, but then
we have the largest and best assortment
in the City, at prices that cant be duplicated.   Here are a few prices :
Men's Alligator Slippers, 90��. a pair
���      Fine Kid,        ,.       *120
Women's Felt .��� 90c'
Carpet        ,. 2Se'
Men's Finest Napoleon, h5g^c^eS,!pper$S2.6S
Regular price $4.00, Removal Price ��*
wr OUR DISPLAY WiNDOW TO-NIGHT
SEE OUR   D,Sr^ AT PRICES ADVERTISED.
WE WILL SHOW ""'���""!__:
THE SHOE MAN
 ^mmmmm^mmmmaJSsssSamti.
r*
t*
���*
W.E.SINCLAI
| Cadbury's
Chocolates
Fancy Boxes,
AS sizes
Prices ranging from
25c. to $5.00 a box
JAP ORANGES
50c per box, large
boxes, between 5
and 6 doz. oranges
in every box. Tbe
quality is the best.
f   Children Often Need
a  laxat!vt -4*IH you oannot be loo
careful what yea p*% fhern.   Harsh
purgatives Injure the bov/els and ffc'.ve the way for
Dug troubles.   The new
 H        does the work most
effectively without irritating the bowels
or causing any discomfort.    The children tike them for they taste
like candy.    One  of  the  most  popular  of  the NA-DRU-CO preparations.
2fic. .hox.   If yrwir druefM lias nnt ynl olorlte. them, Mtvl 2Sc and we wlll mall th��m. 20
N.tintml Drug ��nd Chrmirnl Cnmp.ny of Canada, Llrnired, ���        .        Montreal.
New Dates
10c lb.
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SEE   OUR   WINDOW   OF
I XMAS CHOCOLA TES
JUST ARRIVED.
ALL PRICES.
I Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE  57
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
+*,*.-*���-*���-*****>+++++**,* + ...*.*, *,*a*,**.+++4*��.
*������������������������������������������������
! ssrassiFrrriNGs
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES. Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
PHONE 473
���������������������������������������������****���*���*���������**��������������������������������������������������������������������������
C. A. Welsh I
The People's Grocer |
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
WANTED
SS. TRANSFER
TommpnciTiE  S����ptpmbei- 15. tlie SS. Transfer will leave .Brackman-
Ker xvharl every afternoon, excevt Sunilay, at  2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday  evening.
Hotiiniin. will leave every week-tiny morning nt 7 a.m. and Ladner
7.SO rt.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster ��t r, a.m.
REAL ESTATE
Inside revenue producing
property from $10000 to
$15000, must be a reasonable price. Apfjly giving
full particulars to
PEERS & RAMSAY
347 Pender St.    Vancouver.
1,  Sheffield   Wed-
Coun-
Tlils Ft'liediile snhjeet to chan.ee without notice.    For fref. ht and
|iiio?eti_ er rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
l'nited i.
Manchester  City
nesday  2.
Sunderland t, Preston North Rnd 1
Second  Division.
Barnsley  1, Leeds fity 0.
Hlaekpool 1, Hull City :<���
Chelsea 8, Hradford 0.
Maptnn Orient 1, Fulham 0.
iierhy   County   4.   Stockport
Oloaaop ft, West Bromwich Alhlon 2,
fiudiersfield   Town   1,   Fiolton   Wanderers 1.
.Bicester    Fosse    1,    Oainshorongh
Trlfiity ft.
i.incoln City A. Pirminphnm 1.
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, Hum-
ley ft.
Southern   Division.
Plymouth   Arsyle   :.   New   Bromp-
ron it.
Watsfovd  1  Millwall  Athletic 3.
I.eyton 2, Queen's Park Ran. era 1.
Rrentfort   _ West Ham United 0.
Crystal Palace X, Luton 1.
Bristol  Rovera 3. Portsmouth 2.
Swindon Town, 2, Northampton I.
Exeter City 2. Brighton and  Hove
Albion 1.
Southampton 2, Coventry City 1.
Southend l'nited 1, Norwick City 0.
"HACK" GOING AFTER TITLE.
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.
I
i
-EXCLUSIVELY BY--
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
*
After The  Accident
A Question
Russian Lion Will Again Claim Heavy
Weight Wrestling Championship.
Chicago, Dec. 11.���Providing George
Hackenschmldt  succeeds  In  defeating   all of the leading   heavyweight
wrestlers now In this   country and
Frank Qotch does not "com* back"
from his retirement, the Russian Lion
will again claim the championship of
of the world.   Hack declared here to*
day that he believed Gotch was sin-
cert In his statement that he had retired for good, and that If be disposed
of    Westergaard,   Roller,   Ordeman,
Americus, Yussif Mahmout and Zbys-
tl-zko, he believed he waa entitled   to
���iSlalm the honor.
If the brendwinner meets with an accident and Is incapacitated,
what ahjut his wife and family ? ,  .  :, K>    J __  ���  ;f1
The Answer
If lie carries an accident policy 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
4.K ;t rf, I GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W.
*ffF*l
657 Columbia Strttt
Phoitft Q&
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PAGE SIX.
NAN PATTERSON
IS SEATTLE BRIDE
Was in Original Florodora
Girls and Also Principal in
Caesar Young Trial.
COUNT KOMURA MAY
RESIGN FROM POST
Open   Secret  That   Differences   Exist
Between  Katsura and  His Foreign   Minister.
Seattle,   Dec.   11.���Nan   Patterson,
member   of the   original "Florodora",
sextet, and as such one of the gems
of New York's theatrical world, has
come to Seattle to make her home.
Nan  Patterson   was  the  victim   of
Tokyo, Dec. 11���The resignation of
Count Komura, minister of foreign affairs, must be regarded as an event
i of the not far distant future. Protracted ill-health may be given as the
primary cause when the announcement is made, hut there are other
causes leading up to what will be generally regarded iu Japan as an unfor-
circumstances  that  gave her   world-.
wide notoriety In connection with the j tunate necessity.
death of Caesar Young ln a cab.   He i    Of   late   it   has   been   a   somewhat
shot himself accidentally, but she was I open secret that differences of opin-
accused of slaying him.    Two juries, i jo_   ex(gt   between   Marqujs   Katsura
however,  failed  to   convict  her   and i
she was given her freedom. She came  and  Ws  minister of foreign    affairs.
to Seattle as a bride of less than two  The new tariff law enacted this year
months.
Married in St. Paul.
On October 24 she was married in
goes into effect next July, and the negotiations for conventions from tlie
ground   work   for   these   differences.
St.. Paul, Minn., to Capt. Sumner Pres- j Perhaps tlie effect of the statutory
cott, a veteran' of the Spanish-Ameri-1 tariff upon foreign relations was not
can'war and a manufacturer of saw-1 given sufficient consideration, but. at
mill machinery. Immediately follow-1 any rate, Japan's ally, Great Britain,
ing the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Pres-; has been giving much trouble to the
cott came to Seattle and for the last; foreign offlce.
month have been living at the VVal- Ambassador Kato, in London, has
dorf apartments, Seventh avenue and , not been in full sympathy with his
Pike street. government, or rather has advocated
Capt. and Mrs. Prescott have kept more liberal dealing with Great Brittle secret of Mrs. Prescott's identity | tain as an ally. The result is that
to themselves, not even has he told | there will be changes in the statutory
his father, a weathy manufactuer of tariff or conventional tariffs must be
Chicago, that he had married the for-1 made alongside of the statute,
mer New York theatrical woman.      |,       j ,
"I am sorry our secret has become j
known," said Capt. Prescott last night   Dof|l_"     *f\G     Mnnfl*A*al
when asked if the trim little woman
with whom he attended the theatre
was not Nan Patterson, the former
Florodora girl.
Admits   Her   Identity.
'Yes, It is true, Miss Patterson, or
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         1\000,000.00
Branches throughout    Canada   and
rather Mrs Mar in, is my wife. We H^Sdta5 anI* LonTon? Eng
were married about six weeks as��-j ,and, New York, Chicago and Spokanf, >
We have being living quietly in our ugA _nd '���, * A&Jene?a .
apartments at the \\ a dorf and havej bank( b(]slnesg transacteds Let. |
been very happy.   We had hoped that terg of Credlt ls8ue(1    avallable   wlth
all    parts of    the
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
no one would learn of Mrs  Prescott's jMrredentB ,n
identity, but I suppose it will all have j wor|(j-
to come out now." '       Savings Bank Dspartment���Deposits
Capt.   Prescott   said   that   he   met  received in  sums of $1  and upward
Miss Patterson at a party in Wash-Iatj(j interest an0we1 at 3 per cent, per
ington, D. C, about a year ago. "She j annum   (preseat rate)
was  living quietly  with  her  parents'    Total  Agset8 over  $i8fi,ooo,000.00
and  was  trying to  forget the past," j
said Capt. Prescott.    "It was her sug-
gestion just before we were married ;
that  we keep it  secret.    1 told  my,      	
folks that  1  was  married, and    had :_,-._, -, _. |
married the best little woman in the . FOR GENERAL DRAFTING ]
world, but I told them nothing about       AlSir*   RI ITF   PRINITINir'
her.     My   father   and   mother   know       ***���*���**���*���>   DLUL  riUNlliNli
nothing about Mrs.  Prescott.      They i see
never met her and   will  be    greatly I
surprised. (THE   SUNSET    BLUE    PRINT   CO
Went  on   Stage. Trapp  Block.
Mrs. Prescott was married to a man   Phone 711
by the name of Martin when sixteen \ __^_^_
years old.   She lived witli him only a
short time.   When she went upon tlie
stage  she  changed   her  name    from
Mrs.  Ann  Martin  to Ann  Pattersjn.
and finally to Nan Patterson.      One
year ago last October Miss Patterson
obtained a divorce from Martin. She
met Capt. Prescott a few davs later      . ,,      , ,.      ...,,.
*****����____. _,��_, i.^srs^s.Si
<-.��,. P,���c.u Is head ���, t���e Pre,j'__'��������*S___*__
Box 160.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK Ij
cott Manufacturing company, makers | Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
of sawmill machinery at Martinette, <Leaves chilliwack Wednesday,
Wis., and has extensive business  in-1 lay and gundav at 7 a. m
Tuesday j
i
Fri i
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
terests in Chicago.    At the time the l First Class Passenger Accommodation
marriage the announcement was made I
that   the   bride   was   a Washington |
woman and the news did not become
known until yesterday.
The day following the engagement,
which was made by letter, Capt. Pies-
cott wired Miss Patterson Ul come to
St. Paul, where the ceremony was performed by Court Commissioner Gal-
lick.
Duiing ;'.ie Spanish-American war,
Capt. Prescltt served as a member of
the First Illinois infantry. After the
war he joined the second Wisconsin
infinity and was soon elevated to captain of I company. Since he has
made liis home in Seattle, Capt. Prescott lias been connected with the Vul-
ran Iron Works, Fourth avenue south
and Connecticut street.
MOBS ARE  BEATEN  OFF
IN   ATTACK   ON   PRISON
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Columbus, Ga., Dec. 11.���At one
o'clock Gils morning a mob of 2(10
men made an attack on tlie county
jail here, In un effort to secure a negro prisoner charged with an attempt to assault a young woman here I
several nights ago. The jailer warn-1
cd the mob before tlie attack that he
would fire on tlie first man who attempted to enter, and when the attack was made he fired a number of
shots, wounding two men. The jailer was shot in the breast, but it is not
believed that he is fatally wounded.
After about 100 shots had been firod
members of the police force and militia arrived and dispersed tlie mob.
THE DAILV NEV/S.
MONDAY,   DECEMBER
12.  1910.
m_wt_____m
The Happiest Gift
and the one that brings the greatest  pleasure
to both giver and receiver is to be found  in
Nothing else can bring such an unceasing round of pleasure, and every
time it pours forth its flood of soul-stirring melody in a reproduction of the
voice of a world-renowned singer, the lovely melody of an instrumental
selection, or the mirth-provoking merriment of a music hall star, its
victroias $100 to $300   owners will rise up and call the giver blessed.
It is the sound reproducing instrument brought to the
highest pitch of perfection.
Easy payments
���J Sizes, styles and prices ($15.00 np) to suit all
purses. Over 3000 selections to choose from.
C_ Double-sided records are 90c. for the two.
Sample by mail on receipt of price and
10c. for postage.
CJI Call at the nearest dealer's to-day and know
what this wonderful entertainer means to you.
<I Be sure to hear the VICTROLA.
Gram-o-phones
$15.00 up
Easy
Payments
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited
MONTREAL
HSk
Remember this trade mark *\& and you can't _o wrong
Dealers Everywhere
Victor No. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.
Victor No. 3. $50.00
Victor No. 4. $63.00
Victor No. 5. $75.00
WE ALSO  HAVE  THE VICTOR-VICTORLA,   THE   FINEST   MACHINE ON EARTH.    CALL AT OUR
STORE   AND   HEAR   THIS WONDERFUL   MACHINE   PLAYED.ALL THE  LATEST RECORDS KEPT
IN   STOCK.    EASY   PAYMENTS  ON  GRAM-O-PHONES   IF  DESIRED.      YOU    ARE    ALWAYS    WELCOME   IN  OUR  STORE,  WHETHER  YOU  BUY OR NOT.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
NIAGARA  FARMERS ANGRY.
Failed to Secure Higher Awards for
Expropriated Lands.
Niagara Falls, Ont.; Dec. 11.���Niagara river front farmers, who have
just been notified of the rejection of
(heir claims, feel bitter toward the
Ontario Railway and Municipal board.
Two out of three of the api er.ls wliich
were recently made aa test cased
were denied. Robert McCreedle was
allowed only tlie sum of $2393 offered by the Niagara Kalis Queen Victoria Park'Commissioner., who expropriated some of his lan.l. John Btock
dale was also giyen no higher award
than the original offer, ?fi3fl. Mrs.
Kdla (Miller was offered $817, but
was awarded $1.13. The board declares that this section Is the most
backwurd in tlie Niagara distiict.
^���f*^ ^\   __��___"* **f*   i
Scene where the death struggle takes place ln "The Wolf," the stirring Canadian drama to bo seen at the opera   house this evening. DECEMBER   12,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
!H&
&0}j0j
5E-
i-:u
IIW
TENDERS.
TENDERS   addiessed   to
,ne(j   ami  endorsed "Ten-
Grand Forks,
that
""p.n.k- Bulldln
l*r"'r i be received at. tl.is oiii.-e
!.'"'",;;,, i,:., on Wednesday, De-
nil! '���'     ,.,!,!  for the construction
���WLJfc Building at Grand Forks,
. <������       nclflcation and form of con-
Pl8D8' be seen and forms of tender
Itraoi <*" >     ^  o()i(.e   of  Mr_   Wm<
l��M��ilK   .    resident   architect.   Vic-
lie'-1'11'!'" _   at the Post Ofiice, Grand
_m '',,1i';',i this Department
IP9'n��� tendering aro notified
Persons    ^ ^ COMtdered unless
<e��d<:''   the piinted forms supplied,
\t��ie."" cl 'v.ith  their  actual signals   ]"'..\. .���   their   occupations  ahd
l<ire3' nf residence.    In the case   of
** the actual   signature,  the na-
**', the occupation, and place of
WftHt-lol each member of the firm
, hp given.
It"; ; .;���;,!,.i- must be accompanied
, E ,,.,,., i<m1 choline on a chartered
Iff naVable to the order of the
\rJ_Vb the MJnater or Public
K eii to ten per cent (10 per
IF,', tbe amount of the tender,
Ki, ��-iii be forfeited if the person
partment of Public Works Ottawa
Persons tendering are notified thai
tender, will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms
ami signed with their
"nes, Btatlng their
place ol residence
of tin? firm
Each tender musl  be accompanied
hy an accepted cheque on a chartered haul;, payable to the order
Honourable  the   Minister  of
Works, equa
NOTICE.
supplied,
final  Blgna-I
occuptions   and
of each member
must be given.
A dray having left my employ is no
longer authorized to collect my   ac-v
counts and checks.
A. BRBHANT.
December 2nd, 1!U0.
Of the  COAST  LAND  DISTRICT  RANGE  2.
Public!
(10) of
to ten per cenl   (10) of T:ll<c notice that I, William Rohert
lie amount of tlie tender, which will bi''k- <>f  Vancouver,  B.C., occupation
'"'  forfeited  If tbe  person  tendering real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
lecllne t'�� enter Into contract when Permission to lease 200 acres of land
nallod unon to do so. or fail to com- bounded as follows:    Commencing at
plete tlie work contracted for.   if the !l Post planted at. the east side of tlie
tin;   cheque
tender  i-e  not  accepted
win be icturned.
By  Order.
R. C DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Departmenl   of   Public   Works,   Ottawa,  N'o vein her  Hi,  1910.
Newspapers will not be paid for
tbis advertisement if they insert it
without authority from the department.
extreme head of the north arm of
Dralney's inlet, tlience east 40 cliains,
tlience south 50 cliains, tlience west.
40 chains, thence north 60 cliains to
post of commencement. Purpose for
wliich it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
TENDERS.
<.-, line to  enter in  a con-
, when called upon to do so, or
J',, to complete tho work contracted
:" )f ,|,. tender be not accepted the
returned.
I
will
Tl,.' Ot
j��lf to ai epl
ier.
ihe
docs not
lowest or
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
. .    .,,,,,    of   Public    Works,  Ot-
,       . ,-embor 24, 1910.
f Ne'wspaP"  3   ������>���������   not  ll0   l'ail1   fli:
' . .., ;  ement  if  they Insert  it.
��� ority   from   the   Depart-
! SEALED TENDERS addressed to
The Secretary, Department of Indian
Affairs, Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope, "Tender tor Alert Kay Girls'
Home," will be received up to noon
December 30, 1910, tor the
of a frame boarding scliool
at Alert Hay (Cormorant
B, C
Plans and specifications may be
seen at tlie offices of T. P. Neelands,
bind ii- inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver; W. E. Dichburn, Inspector cf
Indian Agencies, Victoria, ami \v. M,
Halllday, Indian Agent, Alert Ley.
Each   teii'l'T  must
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
hounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's inlet, tlience north 100
chains, thence west 60 cliains, tlience
south loo chains, tlience east 60
chains to posi of commencement.Pur-
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
��hone 661
Residence Phone 133
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527  Front St.,  New Westminster.
Phone 550.
erection
building i i ��� .   ���. ���    .
. ...    ,    , pose for which it is required, quarry
iny ten-
ui. .
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th. 1910
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
tills
lit
w
by a marked cheque ma'.le payahle to
the undersigned for a sum equal to
five per cent of the amount of tender.
The cheque will be forfeited lf tlie
person tendering decline to enter Into
a contract when called upon to do so.
Re an undivided half of the   south-
be  accompanied'east quarter of section 'J, townsliip 13,
N'ew West minster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 11985F, issu.d in the name of
John Sweeny, has been filed in tills
office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R 113. Office:  Princess St.
BIG SCANDAL BKEAKI. G
IN AMERICAN CUSTOMS
Chincss Stowaways Reported to Have
Eeen Landed in  Portland and Seattle, Officials Conniving.
For all kinds ot
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
TENDERS.
ti?    :
it i
v '
If the tender lie not accepted the'at the expiration of one month from
cheque will be returned. In tlie event (iate of tlie llrst publication hereof, in
of acceptance of tender the cheque a daily newspaper published in the
will he held until the contract is city of New Westminster, issue a
signed, when it will be returned. duplicate of the said   Ceitificate, un-
'II.e successful tenderer will be re- less In the meantime valid objection
quired  to furnish a bond in satisfac- be made to me in writing.
-     C.  S. KEITH,
Se'led tei 1< rs addressee! the under-
and   endorsed    "Tender   for
��� fixtures, wiring, etc., for ,',;,:;. BUretje8 for a s,������ equal to the
uildlng,  Vernon,        C,   amount 0f the contract.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
���
eked   at   this  office  until;    ti,0 i���West or anv tender not nere*-
4p.m. on Monday, December 19, 1910, sari)y accepted.
I           .,. mentioned. TI;P  unauthorized insertion of tills
ill nol  be considered un- advertisement In any newspaper will
upon, and    in   aoccrdance not be ,,aij for.
.     nditlOM contained In forms j   n. McLEAN,
;���   Department. Secretary.
:.:.- and specifications to be seen Department of Indian
tlon to the clerk of works
;   ing, Mr. K. B. Coftett; Mr.
. rson,   resident    architect,
B  C , and at tlie Department
.  Works, Ottawa.
_rttender must   be accompanied
df utteepted cheque on a chartered
���      . able to    the order   of   the
| - i.i    the    Minister    of    Public
i: ���   ,   lal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
. I , mo in of the tender.
By order,
K   C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
��� nt of Public Works,
tt ��-a   November 22, 1910.
Ottawa, October 20,
Affairs,
1910,
TENDERS.
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
Th Secretary, Department ol Indian
.\ n a rs, Ottawa, and marked on tlie
eii%elope "Tenders for Carcross Boarding School," wlll be received up io
I noon February 26, 1911, for Hie erec-
lon of a frame boarding school building near Carcross, Yukon Territory.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the offices of T. F, Neelands,
inspector of Indian Agencies, Vancouver; \V. K Ditchburn, Inspector of
Indian Agencies, Victoria; It. C.
Miller, Assistant Gold Commissioner,
Whltehorse, Y. T.; the Commissioner
of the Yukon. Dawson City, Y. T.,
and   Percy   Heed.    Mining    Recorder,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,  New   Westminster, B. C., November 15, 1910.
  Wa*
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
P.e the Northwest quarter of Section 24, Township 4, in tlie District of
New Westminster,
Title number 13999A, issued in the
name  of  Peter ���Henderson,  has  been I
tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published ln
the 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 ol Titles.
Land  Registry  otlice.  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
llie northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2951, tlience north
about 60 chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east GO
cliains more or less, thence south SO
���hains more or less, thence west 40
cliains, more or less, thence north 4u
cliains, more or less, tlience west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster, October 20, 191C.
tOHN FERDINAND BAGGS. Aeent
San Francisco, Dec 11.���Tlie steamer Cliiyo Maru, aboard which four
Chinamen and one girl were found
late yesterday by the inspectors, ia
being watched closely today by federal agents, who believe that an attempt to land more stowaways will
be made by representatives of the
coolie smuggling ring. A perfunctory
search of tlie vessel revealed the hidden Chinese and failed to bring to
light more than five stowaways.
Should there be more stowaways in
the vessel's hold they will be carried
back to China, as a strict watch is
being kept. It was learned today that
local Inspectors are preparing to overhaul the liner Asia, now near Honolulu, from the Orient, when she arrives here. It was learned that the
immigration officials of Portland and
Seattle have become active In connection with the arrival of vessels
from the Orient at those ports. It is
rumored in Chinatown here that the
Chinese slavers operated extensively
in the northwestern cities, and that
their agents for some time have successfully landed men and women at
Portland and Seattle. The steamer
Minnesota on every voyage is said to
have landed a batch of contraband
Chinese, and the vessels of the Hlue
Funnel line also are alleged to liave
carried tlie coolies below deck.
Following tlie seizure of the five
Chinese aboard the Chiyo Maru yesterday, collector of the port Stratton
suspended Charles Freund, night customs inspector, with recommendation that he be dismissed from the
service, . nd suspended Inspectors
Gibbons and Rolirbacker for twenty
days each. Paul Schultz, alleged to
have been wounded while landing
stowaways from the Manchuria, is
under arrest at a hospital with a bullet wound in tlie thigh.
Customs officials predict that a
great scandal is on the verge of
breaking out in the department, and
it is asserted that several prominent
officials will be involved through laxity in the performance of their duties.
1 ;
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
NEBRASKAN   ASKS  LAW
TO  SAVE  APPENDIX
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Dally except Sunday
1:00 p. m   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. m Kvery Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m...Dec. 3, 14, 27, Jan. 1, 21
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
Dec. 13, 27, Jan. 10, 24.
TO   HARDY   BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER  FRASER.
WESTMINSTER  AND CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00 a. ra,  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
Carcross, Y. T.
Each  tender  must  bo  accompanied
by a marked cheque made payabl
rn
the  undersigned  for a  sum eiiual  to special surveys act allowing for com-
five ier cent  of tbe amount    of the pensatlon should tlie existing bound-
lender.    The cheque wlll be forfelted 1 aries prove inaccurate,
if the person tendei ine decline to en-1
addressed   to the   under-
Ottawa, and endorsed    on
tl.e envi lope   "Tender   tor    Prime
n        Buoy Depot." will be received
Dpi   do n on tlie
Thud Day of January, 1911,
:'   ��� ��� construction o! a Buoy Depot
e Rupert, in the Province ol
Brit] .. i olumbla,  including the erection of a Reinforced Concrete Wharf, _
timber   approach      Trestle,      Power ter lnt() ;l contract when called upon
Bi is   wiih    Chimney.   Buoy   Shed, t() llo g0    lf the tende.- he not accept
Offices and    Dwellings,   also ecl (he Cbeque will be returned.   In 	
tte   ;:  filiation    of    Drainage    and the event 0f acceptance of tender tho CITY
Water Systems. cheque will he held until the contract!
Plans,  specifications   and    Articles ,s _,iW_ When it will be returned.
Of Agreement may be seen and forms;    T|ie successful tenderer will he re-1
quired to furnish a bond In sitisfac-
tory sureties for a sum equal to thej
amount of the contract.
Tlie lowest or any tender not neces-
arlly accepted. |
The  unauthorised Insertion  of this
newspaper
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Re-Survey  of City.
Property owners intending to erect
stone or concrete boundary walls, or
fences, should  refrain from doing so
until tlie re-survey of tlie city is complete, as theie is no provision in the
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
W.   A.
City Hall,
DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
November 24, 1910.
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Re Lots 3 and 4, Block 4 being
parts of a portion "A" of Section 20,
Block Ti, North Range 2 West Spring-
hill, in the District of New Westminster.
Title number 1510SA, issued in the
name of Catherine B. Brown, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
tlie City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
les3 i nthe meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,  N'ew    Westminster, B. C, December 2, 1910.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
��l tender procured at the Depart
ment ol Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa, at tlie office of the Agent of
the Department of Marine and Fish-
��ries. Victoria, B.C. Halifax, N.S.. St.
John, N li, Quebec and Montreal, at
Hie Post  Office,  Prince Rupert,  B.C.,
Applications for the position of
Plumbing Inspector will he received
by the undersigned up to Monday, December 12, at five o'clock p. m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, November 29, 1910.
advertisement  in any
will
Notice re Water Rates.
t the Custom House, Winnipeg, uot 1)e pa_j for.
J. D   McLEAN,
Secretary.
Department  of Indian  Affairs.
Ottawa, November 4, 1910.
and
Man
Only lump sum tenders, on the tender form prepared by the Department, win lie considered.
Each tender  must be accompanied
*~1 an accepted bank cheque in favor
of the Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries equal  to  five per cent, of
the  whole    amount    of  the   tender,
"hlch cheque will be forfeited It' the
successful  tenderer  declines  to  sign
the Ami,les of  Agreement  above referred   to   or   fails   to   complete   the)
Work according  tO contract.    Cheques,
acoompanylng   unsuccessful     tenders;
will be returned.
The Department does not bind it
���'���i to accepd the lowest or any
tender.
Ni   papers copying this advertise-
*enl  withoul  authority from the Department will not be paid for same.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
Department of Marine nnd Fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada, November 8, 1910,
NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE AGENTS
The property containing two acres
with house at tlie southeast corner of
Sixth avenue and Twelfth street
withdrawn  from sale by
who It was listed with.
L. B. BUNCHLEYi
Per w. K. Bunchley
December 10. 1910.
Ratepayers are requested to note,
hy order o f the council, that on and
from January 1st, 1911, quarterly
water rates will become operative.
The present 25 per cent, discount
will be allowed from accounts paid
during the whole of the first month
of each quarter; i.e., January, April,
Julv and October.
The full account will   be   required
during the second month.
After   the   second   month,   unpaid
the agents quarterly accounts will be dealt with
' in accordance with Water By-law 30.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
December 6, 1910.
Omaha, Dec. 11.���In the event that
a law now proposed is enacted by
the next legislature of this state, both
men and women may live in Nebraska
without any dancer of the vermiform
appendix being removed without their
consent.
John M. Tanner, member-elect to
the state senate from Omaha district
said recently.
"We all know there are a class of
doctors wbo are too free with ihe
knife. If a man has a pain in the
right side and a doctor is called, the
ailment is pronounced a diseased appendix and the man is rushed away
to a hospital, where an operation is
performed and a bill from |200 to
$1000 is rendered for services.
"I propose to go beyond the appendix. When the bill comes before the
senate I will offer an amendmnt making it a felony for any doctor, nurse,
or any other attendant to leave scissors, knives, gauze, or other foreign
articles or substance in th body after
an operation has been performed.
There are plenty of cases where the
doctors, the surgeons, and the nurses
have been careless and left articles in
tlie abdomen after the removal of an
appendix was cut out and six months
later the abdomen of the man was
opened and three yards of gauze removed."
The proposed law has the backing
of large numbers of the best physicians and thousands of laymen. All
declare that the knife is used too frequently and that many times in order that the operator may secure the
big fee that goes with such an operation.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People, who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong- banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
"Nsiness Accounts opened
oa favorable terms.   ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS  $48,000,000
NEW   WE8TMIN8TE.1,   B.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
C.
COOK'S COPENHAGEN DEGREE.
AUCTION  SALE  OF
BERTH COVERING DOMINION
LANDS.
TIMBER \'-    -��������� ���  ^^
The right to cut umber under 1- ��
(.c���so on Berth No. 636, comprising ���
HI oiiowing lands in the Province ;
H.iti^n Columbia, will be offered j
mbllc auction at the upset price of 1
[noludlng cosi of survey, at ���
i o'clock P. M��� on Wednesday the j J
28th of December next at the office
of the Dominion Timber Agent at
New Westminster: .
No.  r,35, situated In
Hi ltish   Columbia,
of
at
$2,670.00,
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
(lf,i for construction or two 180 cubic
yard wooden dump scows for dredge
"Mmi Lark" British Columbia," will
be received at this office until 1 l'"1-,
prlday, December 9, 1910, for tbe
construction of the scows mentioned.
Plans and specification and form of
tender may be procured at the of-
n"�� "f Mr. n. A. Baylleld, stiperin-
isndent of DredgeB, New Westmln-
B,er, U. C, where form of contract
ni:iv ulso be  seen.
Plans specifications and form of
contract may also be seen and forms
"r tender obtained at the ofllce of
William Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B. C, and at the De
an arc
shown on  plan
Mr. A. Llghtha
in  May.  DUO, ami  Ofjeeo
11, D.
Timber  Berth
Hie   Province   of ,
co uprising Section 28, Township 39,
We' of Coast Meridian, containing
ea of 640 acres more or��� less, as
- survey, signed by
L. S.. surveyed
ord in the
Timber  and  Grazing  Branch  of the
**^*jr*��tt��***
,���   amount    nf    Die   purchase
,���.i(.e. and the ground rental fot the
llrst  vear, have been paid.
Tbe conditions of payment, rate or
, i   e c   are contained in the Tim-
rental, etc.. -ne iaium ..,,,i,,i, miv
ber Regulations, a cotyo* wlilen may
secured on application to tbo un-
d.  or   to  tbe  ( rown
A
the
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are daily opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JLWELKY.etc., ever exhibited in New Westmln-
ster.
Now is the time to choose tha   article for an Xmas present.
W'e will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call aud examine our stock now, when it is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
Chamberlin's ,<����*���*
Question of Its Cancellation Discussed
By the Uuiversity.
Copenhagen, Dee. IL���In consequence of Dr. Cook's confession that
he may have made a mistake in his
claim of having discovered the North
Pole, the council of the university
here met today and discussed the
question of the cancellation of the degree conferred by the university on
Cook when he returned from the
north. It was decided to await an
investigation to decide whether Cook
is a swindler, or the victim of a delusion, before taking action.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
MISSING
JOHN   ORTH
IS   HEARD
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ;
Estimates Given on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
OF   AGAIN
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be
derslgne
Timber
Agent at New Westminster ^
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
7 imber
B.C. Mills
and Trading [Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds ot
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES, SASH,  DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA8S.
Royal City Planing Mills Bianch
Telephone 12 New Westminster Box 137
Lucca, Italy, Dec. 1L���The Dowager
Grand Duchess Alice, of Tuscany, is
seriously ill at her estate near Via
Reggio. It is reported that a few
months ago she received documents
showing that Archduke John Salvator
of Austria, who after his disappearance from that country in 1891 was
known under the name of John Orth.
died in 1908 in a sanitarium where he
took refuge after traveling In many
lands.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to 25
and 4
H. P.
Cycle.
EGGS!
Green Gut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  St.,   New  Westminster.
Westminster
Transfer
���fflce 'Phone 11b.     Barn 'Pfcoue ISH
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   ;���
any part of t&e city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT,
'
' r�� PAG* Maui.
THE DAILY NEW,
M    *
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m ,-i*
New
*���*W. DECEMBEB ���
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Polish Your Furniture,
m
"with Johnson s Prepared Wur. It preserves and brings out natural beauty ot
tbe wood. It produoes a rich, artistic
finish, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see bow
much better lt ls than any .other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use lt on your tloors and woodwork, too.  Johnson's Powdered Wax la
tor all dancing floors.
You can . et Johnson's tree book, "The
��� Proper Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
_   and Furniture "und these preparations ol
| ANDERSON & LUSBY j
COLUMBIA STREET
Those who are desirous of
obtaining The Best in
Business   Training
attend the "Modern."
Enroll   now, noneed to wait until
the New Year.
Day and evening sessions.
Modem Business School
610 Columbia Street.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
Hear
**
One of the
most   useful
and
acceptable
Presents
you can give your father, brother, son
or best gentleman friend is a pair of
Military
Hair Brushes
We have them at prices from $2.50 to
.10.00 per pair.
Our Holiday
Stock
is complete, and as usual is well assorted. We shall have it on view
shortly and shall be glad to have you
call and inspect it.
Try us  '
Curtis Drug Store
New   Westminster,    B   C.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
���'    CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
Tomorrow evening there will be a
sale of work ut St. Mary's church,
Sapperton,
Now Is the time to tet spring
flowering bulbs from Davles, the Florist.    Phone K208. **
There will be a meeting of the W.
C. T. U. in Queen's avenue Methodist
church this afternirtfi^it throe o'clock.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary of St. Andrew's church will
be held at three o'clock toftiorrow
afternoon.
The steamer Forager can.e in on
Saturday with a cargo of lime and
cement which is being unloaded at
the Great Northern wharf.
Come to the rink this evening and
skate to tlie new music. *���
The second dance of the season to
be given by the Navajo club will take
place on Wednesday night ln St. Patrick's hall.
The Guild of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church holds Its monthly devotional meeting in the church hull
this evening.
Four drunks, holdovers from Saturday night, are scheduled to appear before Magistrate Edmonds this morning, i
The new music has arrived,
it at the rink this evening.
The members of Harold Nelson's
company spent the day yesterday in
the city. They registered at the Russell.
George Marshall, charged with stabbing a man at Hope ahout two weeks
ago, will come up for trial at the
court house this morning.
Your cleaning and dyeing will receive better attention now, before the
rush starts. Phone R278. Royal
City Cleaners & Dyers, 345 Columbia
street. **
The gasoline launch Rochepoint,
one of the largest vessels of its kind
on the coast, is tied up at Schaake's
wharf. She ls being given a complete
overhauling.
The annual business meeting of
Olivet Baptist church will be held on
Wednesday, December 21, when officers will be elected for the ensuing
year.
A tar boiler which caught on fire
on Clarkson street on Saturday afternoon gave the firemen a run. The
blaze was extinguished before any
damage was done.
Barrels of fun at the rink Tuesday
evening., obstacle race. See the boys
skate through tlie barrels, jump saw
horses, etc., etc. Admittance 10 cents.
Skates 25 cents.  ' **
In preparation for the special
musical services to he held at Christmas, tlie choir of St, Andrew's will
hold two practices this week, Tuesday and Thursday.
The managers of the Pythian rink '
have secured seme  first class music
for the organ at the rink.    The new
rolls  will  be  given  a tryout  tonight
and  should prove a great attraction.
Although dispatches from the east
would seem to indicate that the delegation to Ottawa had accomplished
its object, there are no indications
of its return. Mayor Lee is not expected back for about two weeks.        J
Davies Green Houses is tbe place to!
get bouquets, floral designs, and all;
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 ** !
Try a "Want" ad in The News It
will bring results. ������
The regular meeting of the city
council will be held this evening. One
of the most important matters to he
considered is the request of the B. C.
E. R. company to lay temporary-
tracks across Eighth avenue in Sapperton.
that she will be un'" __ tlia ,,������,���_.���
���.,,o t.*.. D���r. *,���     -er tlie doctors
care for some time
yet.
On Tuesday 'jVenlng there wi��� be
a full practlce4 of the Koverg nt Moody
square.   L*rMr on jn the evening the
members
of the  city  league are re-
niiP��tr      " c        '    lcuh"��   ���'<
��ue8".J to attend a ineeting in
*ro.^lnce ofTlce, when plans for
''jture will be considered.
the
the
Farmer Killed by Moving Saw.
Holland,   Man.,   Dec.    11.���Wilfted
Thomas, aged  twenty-one,  a  farmer,
fell on a circular saw yesterday afternoon and wus killed.
NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS
Tenders are Invited for the 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 offlce Vancouver.
Sealed tenders to be delivered not
Inter 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
Vanstone 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
All Prices.       All Sizes.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
A large gathering was present at
Millside Koman Catholic church yesterday afternoon, when Archbishop
O'Neill performed tiie ceremony of
laying tlie corner stone of the edifice.
The service was conducted in Freneh.
Mrs. Qullty, who has heen a patient
at St. Mary's hospital for tlie p.ist
three weeks, has now recovered sufficiently to leave for home,at Westminster Junction, although it is probable
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 tliey
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you wlll get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
jSome Good Buys
Fall Size Lot, I'auilioi St., near Lord Kelvin School
Price $350.00, Terms
Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms
3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms |
See us about Port  Mann |
CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS ���
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& CO., Ltd.
Reynier Kid
GloVeS   For  Women---
An Ideal Christmas Fift
In mentioning kid gloves for
gift purposes we know 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���you are safe in giving
a pair to your friend. Just now
the range of colors, styles and
sizes is complete. Bach pair
will be Individually accompanied by a neat Christmas
card. We mention a few of the
styles.
At $1.25 Per Pair.���Reynier
"Infanta" glace kid with two
domes, in black, tan, brown and
white; sizes 5% to '*_.
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 7%.
At $1.75 Per Pair���Four styles
Reynier "Suzette," in black and
tan, three clasps, glace kid finish, hand sewn, very soft and
pliable; all sizes.
Initialed Hand-
kerchiefs, Mens
and Womens
10c to 75c Each.
,   Cotton,  linen  and  _�����  ,
kerchiefs for men   I ''""l
children, a w!d. "'"���" i,n!
Btyles in almost every [& ��f
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 ~2
indies, hemstitched borders;
also with raised embroidered
designs: other runners are set
with cluny hue with three
matts six Indies Bquare to
match. Splendid new range on
sale, eacli    60c to $1.00
Reynier "Viso," a- glace kid glove,
pique sewn, one pearl clasp, black,
tan and white, with heavy black und
self colored stitching on back; all
sizes.
Reynier "Hand Sewn" Suede���A
superior undressed finish, tan, grey
and black, two -dome; very flne skins
used in this style.
Reynier "Slik Lined Flavia"���-Pique
sewn .strong and warm, being lined
throughout, black, tan and grey; sizes
C to 7 Inches.
Swiss Lace Work
Toilet and Stand
Covers
Something decidedly new and
attractive. The designs are
conventional entirely in lace.
Shown in ivory only; sizes 16
by 54 and 24 by 36. Kadi 50c
and $1.00
Women's Initialed
Cambric HandUrchiefs
Special at 10c Each.
Thirty dozen tin,,
handkerchiefs with u"f'0
Plain colored hem, with ,!,''���''
colored Initialed worl . , ',"
white circle. Regular ,.,, ��
for 25c, Specially priced*.
Ladies Initialed
Linen Handkerchiefs
25c and 35c.
Two nice  lines of  tine li���.n
handkerchiefs, one at 26c
tt   inch  hem  and small  ,o
Initial, the other with  a.g i"!
and larger,   old Engl B   .,     !
atNc. AUnct every lette^
Silk Initialed
Handkerchiefs
50c and 75c.
Plain and  twilled silk hand,
kerchiefs  with nice heavy   j!
itials.    Men's sizes only. '
Men's Fine
Linen Handkerchiefs
Hand Made Lace
Doylies
20c   Each.
Kvery Christ mas seasons finds
us with a large stock of tliose
useful hand made lace doylies.
Tlie lot secured this year is
made up of smaller sizes, running from !��� to 12 indies Bquare.
Thera are hundreds of patterns.
All one price, eacli    20c
At lower than  usual    prices.
20c to 75c Each.
Past      Christmas
brought a demand for real line
qualities   in   men's   linen  handkerchiefs,    in making complete
this year's showing we did not
forget our past experience   n
provided something a little better than usual.   In all grades hi
used  tbe sheerest    and    line-'
lines     of    Irish    handkerchief
linen.   Made up with narrow \
or :t-,s Inch hemstitched edges;
large sizes.    K.ich 20c, 25c, 35c.
40c ,45c, 50c, 60c and    75c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Yes we can
Clean it
Our
Process cf Dry Cleaning is
MARVELLOUS
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to
cast aside.
For the best
WORK
Phone R 278 and we will
have the wagon call
promptly   for   your goods
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
345 COLUMBIA ST.
bj
Make This Christinas An All Vear Round
Christmas and a Doubly fventful Christmas
BofeK ^��hs^s��nyeou��; IS?-* OT - ��* - ��
can ^ittJ^.HFSS' """thing that the whole family
Pianos ordered for Chrlatm��� .*Z5 ���*��� ��Wded ,0 ,lie doors with
Phonograph ����� i , ,,, , s/"'8 ,ra,de- You ��'"' ������������� your Piano or
" tor you i ha e he lar,^ Tl "mo you wiH"' We win hold
Prices from J200 to S7flo h�� 0C'\i',, "lc cltv (,f ,>i:'"���� and Organs,
l0 *'dU-   Hear our Player Piano
^in��d%Ph^lftVS V\ V,otor Gramophones, *1
Victor fflngle JAXtdK^
Played, you are always welcome.
hoth '2 and  I minute,
Come  in  and  hear them
KuStataffi ,2riiol!anMI,r- BanJos' Aut*��P��. Aocordian.,
lK.pi.lar and classic Cv8',^0 ft* "��*> Boot Sheet Musi.
_^^^^ ��i��e us a call.    Mail orders promptly lilled.
bJkuJODP'5 Music House
419 Columbia Street
OPEN
EVENINGS
Phone 694
J
Royal Bank of Canada
l~-   -      I*-   -    * *    *
Capital paid up  $(1,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Kico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns nnd
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.   ���
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster

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