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 INDUSTRIAL BITES���25 acres
between two railroads, with Fraser
Mills Uns running through tH   ,<Vo-
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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 239.
NBW WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER 16, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTO.
COAST DEFENCES
Monl^ Modifications of Naval
Policy.
CONCESSION TO QUEBEC
Borden Government Will    Substitute
Fortifications for Warships, Says
Ottawa Despatch.
Ottawa, Dec. 14���The government,
as a compromise with the Nationalists on the naval question, ls working
on a plan for the establishing of a
b) at, in of coast defense which would
protect all principal seaports and the
Gulf of St. Lawrence. Improvement
of fortifications at Esquimalt and
Halifax and the building of new fortl-
llcations with a system of submarine
mines on the Gulf of St. Lawrence,
would be one of the first steps lf the
scheme is found favorable on advice
of the British war office. Tbls
scheme meets with the approval of
Nationalists, and would temporarily
replace the expenditure on the navy,
though failing to be of much use to
the empire in maintaining naval supremacy of the seas.
The government Is also negotiating
with the admiralty for the use of
one British third-class cruiser as a
training ship, pending the repairing
of tbe Niobe, thus providing a continuance of the men now enrolled at
Halifax. ,   ,
1ULI Id BURNABY
ELECTION CAMPAIGN
Candidates Are Canvassing Quietly���
Crowded Lists on Most Municipal Divisions.
Edmonds, Dec. 14.���A slight lull in
the election campaign at Buinaby
is being; e\| < i Iiik ��<1 at the prescm
time. All the candidates, ho.vcver,
ar* canvassing quietly, and though
tile work Is not showy It Is of the
kind that counts on polling day.
Candidates are numerous In nearly
eveiy ward. Mr. Ed. Peck, of ward
three, being the only ambitious clti-
sta who has the luck to have no opponent up to date, ln ward one on
the other hand there are four men
asking for the ratepayers' support,
Tlnse are Mr. W. S. Hose, whose decision to stand remains unaltered,
Councillor D. C. MacGregor, William
Bevan and Mr. Deckett. In ward
two Councillor Stride Is pitted
against. Mr. P. M. Brltton, while
Councillor MeKee has Mr. Plauvell
for hls antagonist In ward four. In
ward flve a straight flght is going on
between Councillor Macdonald and
Mr. Holden, while Messrs. T. W.
Mayne, William George and Silver
are all competing for Councillor
Rumble's old seat.
WILL EXPR0PRIA1E
If OfFER REFUSED
School  Trustees  Refus* to  Bo  Held
Up for- School Site  Property���
;   A  Square  Deal.
Expropriation of school sites was
discussed at tbe meeting of the
school trustees held last night. Trustee Stoney brought the matter up
with regard to the new site, for the
purchase of which the board is at
present negotiating. The board's
agent has found tbat two of the property owners whose lots the board
wishes, to buy are standing out for
an exorbitant price, tbat would bring
TAKE IT TO MARKETIMINERS' HEROISM
Farmers Fight While Wheat
Rots on Streets.
TRANSPORTATION  PROBLEM
Agriculturists of Manitoba Clamor for
Cars to Convey Grain to Waiting Multitudes.
Winnipeg, Dec. 14.���The wheat
blockade ln certain districts of Saskatchewan has become very serious.
Veteran's     Last     Message
Laden With Pathos.
DEATH FACED MANFULLY
the "total sum paid' above the""$20,000 J j�� "?���f _t^wf."_tb*M,*fd8. ?r fu,*h*.13
limit that bas been set in the proposed extraordinary expenditure bylaw to be put before the people in
January.
Accordingly, after considerable discussion lt was decided to Instruct the
board's solicitor, that lf a reasonable
offer Is made to the parties in
question and refused by them he take
the necessary sjeps to expropriate
the desired land under the school
act.
At the same time a committee consisting of the chairman, Trustee T.
.1. Trapp, and Trustees Peck and
Stoney was appointed to oversee the
business in. connection with the
solicitor and thc agent.
A  Mir'jnderc'.andinn.
Some slight misunderstanding' as
to tbe board's acceptance of the
tender of tbe Buffalo Fore company
for the beating apparatus of the Sapperton school was found to have
taken place between the board and
Architect Mercer. The-trustees seemed to have no recollection of having
given the architect instructions to
order the company to go ahead with
the work, as Mr. Mercer was sure
they had done. Mr. Mercer claimed
that Chairman Trapp and the secretary had signed a contract with tho
Buffalo Fore company embodying
this point, but the secretary was un-
of grain are lying piled up in bags In
the streets.
Elevators are filled to their capacity, and the railways seem incapable of supplying cars to relieve the
congestion.
In one town, where loads of grain
have been standing for a week, waiting to be unloaded, tbe farmers engaged In a fight for precedence when
a bare and inadequate opportunity to
unload piesented itself.
Tlie mounted police restored order.
IHEY MAY FORSAKE
THEIR ALMA MATER
Indignation of Toronto Students Over
Fees May Drive Them to Cross
the Rubicon.
Comrades   Stick   Together���Sixty-one
Bodies Havs Been Recovered
at Bricevllle.
Bricevllle, Tenn., Dec. 14���Death
won tn the hide and seek game which
Sam- Miller and his four helpers played two miles under earth in tne
w rec ned cross Mountain coal mine,
rescuers today following the miners'
chalk marked trail for miles througn
the galleries only to come upon tbe
corpses of the victims. Miiier and
his companions have been groping
through tbe burning tunnels since.
Saturday, leaving the story of their
wanderings  written   on   the   walls.
"Well, boys, I guess the jig is up,"
reads tne last message.
With tbe finding of the bodies of
Miller and his companions, who had,
from the wording of the messages,
agreed  to "stick  together," the fam-
WHEN SANTA CLAUS
GETS REAL BUSY
Dally    News    Man    Walks    Through
Toyland, Trying to Think He's
Not a Grown Up.
At this season of the year the
stores are full of anxious parents and
of children round-eyed with wonder
ut the marvellous toys that the
fanciful genius of the distant German
manufacturer has invented for their
Joy. ' The mechanical toy was given
us some years ago, and every year
Its elaborateness and ingeniousness
Increases, until the child has become
tbe very father of the man, as be
directs his model auto boldly across
tbe nursery floor, while the old man
humbly yields up his nickel to ride
on tbe street car to his office.
Take a walk around one of the big
stores Just now, and the sights aro
wonderful. The first thing to notice
Is a natural Rocky mountain bear,
which ls full of leaping life as soon
as small fingers bave turned a key in
a slot concealed among the shaggy
fur. In dangerous proximity to this
wild animal ls a small girl, wbo re
volves with rythmic Jents upon her
'>wn axis, like some notable stars,
ogling, meanwhile, Lee's latest
comedian, wbo ambles clumsily along
ilies of the otber entombed    miners    , ��������� w,_.r������ ���������,������, wu���s
have given up all hope of life for the I with the long plank shoes peculiar to
50 men still missing. I his profession.    In    the   background
Before writing the last message the ! stands "Chanticler," a rooster very
flve miners divided the last crumb much addicted to crowing, the latest
of food left. Then Miller crawled to | fantasy of the greatest Krench poet
the wall, and as he wus dying scrip-   0f today translated into the langi>aga
Toronto, Dec. 14.���Four year
medical students at Toronto university are discussing tbe suggestion
thut   they   finish   their   term   at   Mc-
 ^^ Gill university rather than submit to
able to turn up a copy of the docu- an Increase in clinical fees that they
menfat the time. The architect, j have heard is coming. The students
however, was instructed to send a held a meeting yesterday afternoon
wire to the company telling them to and decided they would go to Mont-
i,ost]one any action until the board i leal rather than submit to the report-
has finally decided about the buildiru i od action of the faculty to increase
of the additional wing to the school, j the hospital fees because the univer-
 sity  makes no grant  to the hospital
PLUCKY RESCUE OF for sick  children, where its siuueuts
MAN   FROM   DROWNING   take  clinical lectures. ���___*.
A plucky rescue waa elected other city hospitals, but not to the
tbe other dav on the waterfront, i hospital for sick children. The man-
when Mr. Victor McFadden saved a ' agement of the latter institution some
drunken man horn drowning.
Mr. McFadden and a partv of
friends were going down to a launch
after midnight to start on a
hunting trip up the river. Just as
they came near tbe wharf they heard
al babes and sucklings
And then there are the trains, the
tram cars and the automobiles. This
improved B. C. E. K. system possesses
au equipment more strange than even
the wildest dream of that company,
trains    aie
 ^^^ every road
tbat ever operated a locomotive. But
, they run, "see how they liun";  and,
I after all,   that   is   the
bled the words that told graphically
of the heroism and fortitude with
which the unfortunate miners met
their doom.
Sixty-one corpses have been recovered up to noon today. ��    k���o  ���.���CTl u.cttm ,
Five fireB aie still raging    in th-j J whiie  the   trans-nu; sery
mine and this adds to the danger and ��� reiro.lelled on    those of
difficulty    the 25 helmeted life-savers !
are encountering    in    their    search
through tbe 20 miles of workings.
The families of the miners no j about machinery, and
longer crowd about the mouth of the l]Ua!lty wtticli delights the up-to-date
pit hoping against hope that the miss-1 voungster. in the old times we did
lng members af their families will be , ihe running ourselves, but things
brought to the surface alive. The : have changed in this press-tbe-button
women   and   children   have  returned ��� age,
to their desolate homes heartbroken i Here again is a very medley of
and hopeless. But there Is a certain tovs. Aeroplanes that fly and aero-
itoic bravery on the part of the pian(s that don't, motor cars that re-
afflicted that only adds to the pathos, verse, and oue ' weird machine in
Death bas placed its hand on every I wnich two men sit lacing eacb other
little cottage. erep�� tuuigit ttssm everv \ eack try'
tssstfuft
MILITARY PEW
Impressive Feature bf Doirgs
at Delhi ,
t . -\ ;'���<. 7,
NATIVE SOLDIERS FAME
Over   Fifty, Thousand   British
Nstivs Troops March Past
Acclaimed Emperor.
ATTEMPT TO SOLVE
T1MEW0RN PROBLEM
time ago Intimated to the university
authorities that recognition similar
to that given the other two hospitals
should be accorded the hospital for
sick children.    Whst the students re-
 Iscnt is the re; o; ted suggestion of the
a splash and, a moment afterwards, | faculty that the mea themselves'pay
cries for help.    "McFadden   Jmmedi- Jhs sum expected to ti��3 university,
ately  ran to the  man's  help."  s.il!'    It has been urged   upon   them   to
one of his companions, "across a lot j rai8e *200 an(1 donate lt to the hos-
of small boats, that were    tied    up \ P'4*1   **   a   Christmas   ojering.   in
recognition of the charitable work of
this Institution, and the students
seem to think that this sum would
net be a cent too much. But tbey
consider a principle ls involved and
the imeeting concluded with a unanimous decision to pay no extra fee
whatever and let the faculty take
whatever action ls liked ia conse
quence. I.
Applause   greeted   the   suggestion
that the students finish their course
at McGill rather than submit to   an
' extra levy by the faculty which now
there. He pulled the fellow out, and
we went off up the river. It was the
luckiest thing that we came up when
we did. Two minutes later, and the
fellow would have had to let go, and
been drowned."
8. O. E. Lodge Elect Officers.
At the annual meeting of Rose   of
Columbia lodge,  S. O.  E.,  held    on
Wednesday evening,    the    following
officers were elected for the ensuing
year:    President. W.  Pellew;    vice-
president, W. Ramsay;  chaplain, C. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Miller;   secretary,  S.  Dingle;   treas-' collects $150 per year for clinical fees
urer. G. Bowell: committee, S. Jones,  'rom each student.
F. Knight, A. Hardman, G. Matyer, C. i    "The whole thing to ta   misunder-
High School Principal Bravely Rushes
ill Where Ordinary Mortals
Blindly Stumble.
Everett. Wash,, Dec. 14.���Whether
a girl can dress ln eight minutes ts
a question at issue between the
faculty and the young women of the
Everett High school.
Principal Roberts has changed the
study periods. Many of the girls are
taking "87m" work, which is regularly
followed by a shower bath. With the
change of time comes a demand that
the girls shall undress and don their
gym suit* and shoes in seven minutes, and afterwards dress ln eight
minutes.
"We can't do lt; so there, now.'
exclaimed the girl students at an
Indignation  meeting held last night.
Crook,   W. Heighten;    auditors,
Oddy. D. Burnett, P. B. Brown.
r. | standing," declared President Falconer, of Toronto university, today.
"I never knew anything about It until I read it this morning."
DID THI8 CANNON
BELONG TO COOK7
Concert at Knox Church.
Splendid   success   once   more    attended the efforts of the choir that
sang   the   cantata   "The    Shepherd
Boy" at Knox church, Sapperton, last   	
night. Everyone waa very pleased | Victoria, p. C, Dec. 14.���Advices
with the flne concert that was given,; were brought by the steamer Makura
and the satisfaction expressed was that what is claimed to be a cannon
fully equal to that which was given 'rom Captain Cook's vessel, the En-
when tbe choir sang the same piece deavor, haa been discovered in North
at the Olivet  Baptist church a few , Queensland.   It was found by a cut
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sions pass throngtt the streets hear*   being engendered by ttoe two Wwrtfct T Wed
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Delhi, Dec. 14���Kiag George today
held a grand review of all the troop*
In Delhi and more than 51,000 British,
and native soldiers and native levies
marched past the royal pavllfc��. Original plans provided tor aa asseia-
blage of 100,000 men, but the drouth
and difficulties of transport caused a
curtailment, i Nevertheless the troops,
participating formed the 'flower of the
British army in India.
General Sir O'Moore Creagh, ��ons-
mander-in-chief In India, waa tn supreme command of the parade, whicb
comprised three divisions of infantry,
three brigades of cavalry, 1000 volunteers and 7000 Imperial Service troops
���the last named being representatives of the private armies of the independent chieftains.
Nearly 100,000 persons witnessed th<��
review, which was held on the great;
parade grounds outside the military
encampment. The King, and Queen
with the viceroy and whole entourage
were escorted by a bodyguard ot the
Imperlal Cadet corps. When their
Majesties appeared on the scene they
were received with a royal salute.
Having Inspected the troops by brigades, the King took up his position
in the royal pavilion, aver, .which floated the royal standard. , Then the
"march past" began.' 'The varied uniforms of tbe Brlitsh and nit! ve infantry made a fine display while the
great thins; :j nodding plumes anl- fluttering pen-
it ls tnat i nonB ��' the cavalrymen were equally
Imposing. But it was the hatjv* levies
that attracted the most attention,
from the royal party"*Htf"European
visitors. These warriors are not liable for service under the British generals and can only be used with permission of their rulers, Who maintain
them at their own eiprpsQ.
Splendidly equipped aad disciplined
the troopa ot more _ than fifty te
lng burdens to the little graveyard
And    the    dead    continue    to    be
brought from the depths of the mine.
BIG SILVERDALE
DEAL WAS CLOSED
City Property Has Changed Handa
Marked  Activity  in  Sapperton
and Burnaby.
A large sale of Silverdale acreage
bas Just beea put through by Mr.
Joseph. Travers. One hundred acres
situated about a quarter of a mile
from the waterfront were sold for
820,000. being an average price of
$200 an acre.
Many other sales have been put
through in the laat few days. Two ot
87000 and $8000 In city property may
be mentioned, while up ln Sapperton
a  tot   worth i$6000> has   Just .been
wills���it mixes a man   up   even   in
composing a sentence.
And then, for the young ladier,
there "are dolls���all kinds of dolls, big
and small, Scotch and Irish, English
and Welsh, blue eyes and black. But
even tbe dolls cannot keep still
This one is only learning to walk,
but that other can cross the room
without any difficulty. And then, of
course, they can talk. Wbo would
think of having a doll tbat could not
say "Mamma ?" And how would the
poor things sleep, if they could not
shut their eyes ?
Our old friend the Teddy bear Is
yet with us, and has preserved his
popularity, while that of the Taft
racoon has waxed and waned in but
a short season. He is funnier than
ever, is Teddy, and somewhat stouter
with age; but he ls Just as huggable
and when you squash his body he
grunts in the same old way.
For those that like to work themselves, of course, there are artillery
wagons, and dog-carts with harness
and equipment so complete as- to
make the mouth of a boy water with
desire. But still this is the year of
the mechanical toy, Just as, or more
than, the last few years have been.
No new fad has ousted the fad for
machinery, and it is being annually
loped back to the shade of the loyfclr
pavilion. \ �� i
In the afternoon the royal party attended the army football final, and
tbis evenjng there Is a state reception and investiture. Kalser-I-Hind
medals and such decorations as tho-
Insignia of the Star of India and Indian empire oders are being banded
oct to the great personages.
sold by the People's Trust   company    _^_ _^	
through the neW office^which jthey  d��vetoped'more ind'more'fanUsUcal'-
ly, until we feel that some change
ANOTHER CANDIDATE
MAY RUN FOR COUNCIL
��� Mr. Joseph Travers' name Is another one that ls mentioned In connection with the coming civic cfleo-
tions. It is understood that Mr.
Travfrs has been asked hy many of
his friends ln all parts of the city to
���ome oat for the council. Up to the
present time, however, Mr. Travers
has returned ne definite answer with
regard to his Intentions, hut he Is
believed to be giving tho matter his
serious consideration.
days ago.
-*-
was
Y. M. C. A. Doings.
Last night the boxing class
organized, with Stanley Trapp presl
dent, A. 8. Mills as vice-president,
and Pete Gilley as secretary-treasurer.'" *
The officers of the wrestling class
are: A. McDonald, president; R C.
McDonald, vice-president; C. J. Bell,
secretary-treasurer.
Tbe members of the High school
leaders' corps aro: E. R. Gilley, J.
R. Gilley, E. Cooper, A. Lewis, D.
Huggard, G. Trapp, R. Woodcock, D.
Robson.
tor's crew and was used as ballast in
the ketch Dart, bought from Japanese pearlers who said the cannon had
been found by blacks on a reef off
Cooktown. It Is suppose! to have
been Jettlsqned by Captain Cook
from the Endeavor.
lately opened up there. Sales
In the same neighborhood are reported from several quarters, both
houses and vacant property being involved. Wednesday was also a busy
day for Edmonds property, one flrm
having sold live lots tn that vicinity
on the one day. At the same time
some very large deals have been
practically completed. In which inside property is changing hands.
Scottish Cup Draw.
Glasgow, Dec. 14.���The tollowlng
Is the draw for tha flrst round of tha
Scottish Football Cup, to be played
off on Saturday, Jan. 27, 1912.
Heart of Midlothian vs. Hlbern
lans; Leith vs. Ayr United; Broxburn
vs. Leith; Falkirk vs. Queen's Park:
Celtics vs. Dunfermline; Kilmarnock
vs. Hamilton Academicals; Ralth
Rovers va Alrdrienonians; Paisley
Rt Mlrren vs. Aberdeen; Patrick
Thistle vs. Dundee; Stirlingshire va.'
Dumbarton; Armadale vs. Peterhead;
HOLD-UP MEN
WERE FOUGHT OFF
Vancouver, Deo. 14.���Mr. George
Black of 1333 Eighth avenue West.
was successful ln defeating tha attempts of two men to bold him up at
a corner of Eighth avenue at about 8
o'clock last evening, but ho had a
hard fight to do it. - As ho waa on
his way home and had Just tuned
the corner of the street on which is
his residence, two men grabbed him
and wrenched his arms behind him.
Mr. Black, however, proved himself
tke stronger of ene of his adversaries
and Jet ked aa mm free, although'in
dung so tho nkoe'sleeve of hlsooat
a as; tain from the Garment, and he
Knox Church Anniversary. f
Knox Presbyterian church. Sapperton. will celebrate its twenty-first
anniversary on Sunday. For this occasion two eminent preachers hawe
heen secured. Rev. J. A. Logan will
preach In the morning, aad Principal
Dr. Mackay, of Westminster Hall,
will officiate at tha evening service.
must come to save us from the mad
fancies of the Inventor. You remember the machine What-You-Call-'im
made, that developed delightfully
horrid human capabilities ?
Before we go. let us whisper the
story of the "whole���ahem !���family."
You can go and see them In one of
the big stores. Tbey are labelled so
I that you cannot mistake them. Well,
they used to live in Amsterdam, aad
tbey went down to Rotterdam to take
the good ship Schnelderdam to cross
the sea, and they came and settled in
some dam place In Canada. Waa It
New Westminster ? did you say. 0*\
and aak tbem, lf you want to know,
Killed by Natives.
Victoria, Dec. 14.���News was
brought ot the murder of two traders
on Russell Island to the southeast of
Papua, by the steamer Makura. Na
particulars had been reported la Sydney when tha steamer sailed, ''he
Inhabitants have a bed record.
"LET Wfll ALONE,"
SAYS BORDEN
Tariff   Talk   Is   One   Thing;   Tjrfflfc
Legislstion Another���Laurier. -
Policy Endorsed.
Ottawa, Dec. 14.���Premier Borden
arrived home today. It was learned
tonight that the government Intends
to work out a comprehensive plan of
civil service reform. Under the
changes contemplated there will be
no abort cut Into the service by way
of temporary appointments.
The promised appointment of n
tariff commission, and also of a commission on agriculture will soon be
made, but there will be no tariff legislation this session.
VICISSITUDES OE
CIVIC VICTORIA.
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,'"
*%
Optimistic Feeling that Tanglir WIW
Be Straightened in Time far
Approaching Elections..
ITALIAN APOLOGIZED  .
POR MISTAKE MADE
Marseilles, Dec 14.���The British
steamer Baron Pelwarth, which salted from Manila on Nov. 8, for thla, .^^^^^^^^^_^_^_
port, arrived today and reported; that to outrival that of last year. At thn
she knd been fired upon by an Italian court of ravlstcn of the cfvlc voters?
cruiser white passing through tho Red, U*. eweptto* waa talna by the osait
Sea oa November 88.   Her bows mre to a asmber of names Oat wer* on
Victoria, Dec. 14.���The cttjr far-tan
another civic muddle which bids fair
Knights of Columbuo Elect Officer*
The   foliowiag   wen   the officers
elected at the regular meeting. Hat
promptly assaliei his assailants, with I evening, of the hmal. council <*i   tiie
the reeult that they soon disappeared K��W��ta of Columbus'   ******* *��i��kt
Grand kalghv.
into the darkness ahead. Mr. Black
woe unable to give a description of
the men to the police.
Hazefcon Real Estate.
Vancouver,, Dec. 14.���\t the govern-
David Oppenhelmer.
Venoouver, Dec. 14.���The hearts of...
all old timers in British Columbia re jSL Johnstone vs. Motherwell: Green-j
Jolced today when the Oppenhelmer iock Morton vs. Clachnacuddln; Clyde!      ^      ���-�����-.        _*       ���..
memorial was unveiled by Premier vs. Abercorn: Glasgow Hangers vs ment and railway auction sale today \ puard., J. Fraser;
McBride before a large concourse of' fHenhoasemuir; Third Lanark vai lots In Haseltoa brought prices ian�� | Warn<T: troeteee
dtlteo* tote this afternoon. Ronton -      ,��  lag frost $4W to $14d0/ - ^ ��eiw*A-u. nr tint,
J. I. Keary; deputy grand knight, Mr.
Roche; chancellor. J. Fitsgorald; recording secretary,. Dan Sullivan;
<ivnclal secretary, Mr. Ksarns; treasurer. H. Loncdaie: advocate. Mr.
O'Rsllly; warden. B. Henri; Inside
Fraser; outside guard, H.
Haasts.    R.' C.
McDonald, W. Gniebeo, Roltaneem
Into
tho list which weroi
who bad made a 	
Individuate that to the opinion *K
Htm coot, were not entitled ail   tm-
tt to believed, however, thht   Ik*-
may be straightened oat �������
aet to Interfere with M
badly damaged whan she
port   The captain says tho
der ef tke Italian cruiser apologised
Sir thn occurrence.
Benghazi, Tripoli. Dee.-- U.���Another attack waa mate by Turks laat
sight They attempted to breefc
through ths sdvaace Mme of the Italians, bat were uasneeesatul, retreating with a less ct tt dead.  Thst
Italian authorltiee say that the Ital-                 After thg ftt��to.-
lans lost throe dead and 88 wounded.     Ottawa. Dec. 14r-p��;��,	
London, Dec. 14.���A dispatch from haa appelated f. 0. BMtiey, of Leflb-
a oorreerondentwlth tha Tuts at: bridge, chairman it   tfe      "
Tripoli reports aa unsuccessful ��at between the opal mine
lan sortie at Charian   ths Italians operators of   Alberta ; U**
 heavily. Britieh Columbia.
*M 1
PAOB TWO
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEM1ER 18, 1811
PUBLIC���BEST
aerved   at   the
OPEN    TO    THE
steal ln the   city-
Premier hotel.
���WANTED TO RENT ��� A SMALL
house, furnished, close ln. Reply
R 4. Daily News offfbe.
EMPRESS Of CHUM
FLOATED OFF BEEF
WSII Known C. P. R. Liner, Aground
Since  July  25,   Will   Dock  At
Uraga.
Collection* 0f Relics Thst Havs Been
Msde by English Lines.
It has often been suggested that a
National Railway- Museum should be
founded in Great Britain on the lines
of the Museum of Transportation in
���Berlin, where one may follow Jh*
history of travel by Und snd sea by.
inspecting lhe models and relics exhibited. There would certainly bo
little difficulty in establishing such
a museum in England, tor most of
the railways have already many
curiosities of their lines at their
hesdouartPrs.
At Eunton. for instance, the London
and Northwestern Railway have got
together a remarkable collection of
railway relics. Here one can see an
age-��tained first eopjr of "Bradshaw,"
which only had thirty-six pages as
compared with the 1,200 of the "Bradshaw" of to-day. Numberless old
time-tables are there, and the spade
and barrow used by Sir Robert Peel
  in cutting the first sod of the Trent
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS toI eno"of the"*3r��"ISh��ul�� fs "round"-! Valley line. In addition, there is a
know that I am now operating the i ^ the veMe,  wlll   De in   Bnelterod I complete set of models of the early
Uk olant! ���     ti,...  �����.  ,��,��� i���,re   Ara. I types   of    coaches    and    passenger
trucks.   A specimen of the truncheon
A brief telegraphic dispatch received yesterday morning announced
tbat the C. P. K. transpacific steam-
slilp Empress of China, which has
been on the reefs on the ocean side
of the Awa Peninsula, Japan, since
July 25 last, had been floated, and lt
was  expected   would    be   taken   to
  Uraga for docking.
'howea'and vacant property In Sap-i """�����*��" 15 mlle? from Yokohama
perton. Kindly send me your list-1 and a ttttie more than half the way
tags. Geo. E. Fleming, Room 6, 310.t0 that P��rt from the Blx)t where the
Columbia street. I China   was   wrecked,   so   that   tho
I voyage of the disabled steamship wiil
be of short duration, and once  the
WANTED TO RENT ��� A SMALL
houae, unfurnished, close In. Reply
R 4, Daily News office.
WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SER-
vaat   Apply 712 Twelfth street.
WANTED-I   HAVE  CLIENTS   FOR
RAILWAY MUSEUMS.
to punish this atrocious deed, and all
that the magistrate had power to do
was to order the delinquent to pay
the cost of the glass case he had
broken A friend paid this for him,
and Lloyd was at once set freer
However,an act of parliament was
passed Immediately afterwards to
provide proper punishment for any
future act of the kind.
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
In the city and wlll deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or district. Milk,
��� quarts for $1.00; cream, SOc a
pint. Phone your order to R873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
Lulu Island.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Apply J. S. McKinley, Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
waters. There are two large dry
docks at Uraga, owned by the Uraga
Senkyo Kahushlkl Kwalsha, the one
nearly 500 feet and the other over
450 feet In length.
As the Mltsu Hishl Company, which
undertook tbe salvage of the Empress
of China on a "no cure no pay basis"
from Lloyds, has two very large dry-
docks of Its own at Nagasaki, one
over 500 feet and another over 700
feet long, It is presumed by steamship men bere that the China ls
either in need of additional temporary repairs or that nothing further
will  be done until  a complete  sur-
with which a railway* servant was
armed in the early daya when he had
to act as porter, ticket-collector, inspector, and policeman aU rolled into
one is numbered amongst ths other
curiosities of this remarkable collection.
, Then, again, at Paddington Btatlon,
the Great Western Railway havs got
together a number of articles, which
are added lo from Ume to time, and
each of which illustrates the progress
of the railway trom ita earliest days.
The pride ot the museum is the collection of old prints which have been
STENOGRAPHER  AND  OFFICE
MAN WANTED.
Wanted, a young man as stenographer and assistant to the City
Clerk, City Hall, New Westminster.
Apply at once by letter to
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, December 6, 1911.
underwriters at the  wreck
The C. P. R. carries a blanket policy   covering    all    its   vessels    with
Lloyds, and  in  the case of the Em-
J press of China the policy totalled 60
TO RENT. | per cent of the valuation of the ves
sel.   If the cost of the repairs, dock-
���^���^m^m^H^^^^^^^^���^^��� I age and salvage charges exceeds, or
TO RENT-COMFORTABLE HOUSE,! if   it    ,���   estimated    to exceed,   the
810 Royal avenue; rent $25 monthly.) amount  of  insurance  on   the steam-
vev of the vessel  has been made to I gradually got together during the last
y *      Half century.   ThCy are very valuable.
and form a gallery which, perhaps,
is not, of its kind, surpassed in the
country. .        ._. ,
Prints bearing   dates   from 1730 to
1750  show  the  towns   and  views   of
determine whether or not she may be
a "constructive total loss," ln whicn
event the underwriters would pay the
insurance and sell the vessel as she
stands. Captain McDonald, Lloyds'
surveyor at  Liverpool, was sent out
a��ly m tile ^enutlv^of fhe, i^dscapes *j��*g~ ^��>rt
the  prints  shows_ an  old
FOR RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms, large; one with fireplace.
Apply 57 Merrlvale street.
TO RENT���NICE FRONT BEDROOM
and sitting room, for one or two
gentlemen. Rent reasonable. 719
Carnarvon street.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, hot and cold water night
and day.   543 Front street.
FOR 8ALE
SFOR   SALE���COLUMBIA
lease;   aa  toot  troutage;
STREET
by West-
630    Cot-
"TOR SALK OR RENT���Ai SIX ROOM
ed house with all modern convent
ences.    Apply 214 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE���OWNER MUST HAVE
money, will sell five acres near Port
Mann for only $185 an a^re. Easy
terms. Apply Fleming, 310 Columbia
street. Sapperton.
FOR SALE���MALLEABLE RANGES,
gl down and $i a week; no Inter-
���est; four styles; old stoves taken in
-exchange. Canada Malleable Range
���Co.    Phone 99C, Market Square.
���FOR SALE���SIX OF THE CHEAP-
est lots in the west end. on Eighth
avenue, having a southwest view
facing tbe river and gulf. Lots
55x110 and lis. Very liberal term*,
���Phone L179, or call 1303 Eighth
-avenue.
ship, she will, according to insurance
law, become a "constructive total
loss."
The Empress of China was launched at Barrow, England, in 1891, and
the fact that the steamship has been
, able   to   remain    intact   while   withstanding   the   constant   battering   of
| the seas, especially during the stormy
fall typhoon season, when the wreck
was exposed to the full sweep of the
swells coming In from the Paciflc, is
regarded   as  an  eloquent   tribute   to
the staunchness of her construction,
but men conversant with the storms
off that coast and experienced in the
Jam&ge inflicted  on  vessels exposed
to the heavy surf, cannot see how the
vessel has escaped without some con-'
ceuAed   damage,   which    may   he   re-
���wUd   ��t>��Tv   triM. l��   ary4oehe&   u>4
which  may  put the  repair estimates
a*> high that. In conjunction with sal
vage and  other  charges,  lt  may   be
cheaper lor the  underwriters to pay
the insurance and sell the wreck.
The lust quotation for reinsurance
on the China was at CO per cent, this
rate being in force long after the
salvage experts had agreed that the
vessel could be floated, and after the
storm season had passed. Captain
Pybus, Chief Officer Cooper, Second
Officer Daniels and a number of the
engineers are still standing by the
China. The Empress of China sailed from Vancouver on July 12, and
after a stormy voyage, ran into thick
fog s off the Japanese coast. She
was in the fog when she struck, and
it being high water, she had run over
a nest of reefs before becoming fast.
SHERRIFF, ROSEA CO.
FINE lot in West End, 66x148, etreets
back and front, $1600; cash $500.
FIFTY foot lot close to Queens park,
$50.00 down and $20.00 per month.
COMFORTABLE house on Fourtn
���.Street close to Thlid avenue, $3500,
��� easy terms.
���CHEAP lots In    Sapperton,    50    feet
wide, $450 each   one-third cash.
132x132, close  in,    with    house    be
tween two streets, $4200;  terms.
AGNES  street, south  side, full   sized
lot, $10,000;   terms.
CHEAP lots in Burnaby, Fourth avenue and Sixth street, 50x132, $660;
one-quarter cash.
SHERRIFF, ROSF. & CO.
REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE
��B48 Columbia   Street,   Phone  832.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Varden No. 19, Sons ol Norway,
meet ln Eagles hall the flrst and
*hlrd Wednesdays of each month at.
Sl p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend.
A. KROGSETH,
/ President.
J. J. AUNE,
Financial Secretary.
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. REID
LAND   REGISTRY  EXPERT
Titles    Examined,   Land Registry
Tangles Straightened out.
���Curtis Block City Box 482
ARCHEOLOGICAL   FIND
AT  FANNING ISLAND
Victoria, Dec. 14.���News of an interesting archeological flnd at Fanning Island in the mid-Paclflc, was
brought by the steamer Makura. Discoveries have been made there by Mr.
Humphrey Berkley of FIJI, the former owner, who recently sold the island to a British-Canadian syndicate
for use as a coaling station to be established in view of the opening of
the Panama Canal, indicating that
the island was once inhabited by
skilled races. Excavators have unearthed the remains of a large stone
building, 200 feet by 50 feet. No
mortar was used in the construction,
the stones being morticed together,
skilfully. Near this building was a
tomb containing a human skeleton
with a necklace of the teeth of the
chacelot and other articles, including the skull of a dog. Mr. Berkley
says he is convinced that the island
was one of tlle resting places of the
Polynesians during their numerous
migrations in the days before history
was written in the Pacific.
 T
Former Singer Destitute.
Seattle, Dec. 14.���Theatrical men
are arranging a benefit for Mrs. Carrie Godfrey, who. 25 years ago, was
one of the best known light opera
singers i nthe United States, and who
is destitute here. Mrs. Godfrey and
her husband came to Seattle from
Baltimore two months ago. Godfrey
fell ill and died last Sunday. Carrier
Godfrey played successful seasons in
Portland  and other coast cities.
The Two   Flowers.
Helen wore it in her balr,
That little fragile flower,
Wore it for an hour-
Then she laughed and gave it tore-.
to wear���
Fate   looke.l   and    fmind    my    Hei*'
fair-
That  little  fragile   flower-
Spared her hut  an hour:
When, she did t'e ilnspiir.g vanish
ed there���
No little flown- ?o holy anywhere'
���George FTV't Clark*5, 'n the December Canadian Mafazlne,
curious of     r ���   _
oak tree at Moreton, near Hereford
which was used as a station on the
Shrewsbury and Hereford line in the
'fifties. The stationmaster's offlce
was inside the trunk, and it was
from there that he issued tickets.
When railway stations flrst came
into existence It was customery to
have suspended outside them a big
bell, which was sounded to give
notice of the approach of trains. The
Great Western have preserved one of
these bells, which used to hang in
the footway leading to Windsor
Station.
Two years ago the company, to
their great regret, had to destroy one
of their most prised possessions.
This was the engine, "Lord of the
Isles," which was running in 1840.
It was a flne example of the typical
locomotive of that day, but unfortunately the company had no place
in which to store it. It was offered
to the South Kensington Museum,
but was refused by the authorities
there.
\Norm-Qat\>arer��.
A little known and seldom heard ol
trade is that o4 the worm-gatherer,
who flourishes greatly at Nottingham,
England. The worm-gatherer does not
have a particularly easy job, neither
does he earn what might be termed
a "high salary."
His duties consist of collecting
worms from out of the ground and selling them to the fishing depots.
The prices paid for worms are at th*
rate oi about 50 cents per 1,000.
The "wormers' " busiest time is during wet weather, for then the worm*
crawl out oi the earth, and are eusier
to "trap." During thd recent drought
the "wormers" of Nottingham have
had a rough time, and they have beej
agitating lor higher prices for their
"catches."
They have demanded an extra 25
cents per 1,000 worms from the fishing-tackle dealers. A compromise has
been arrived at by the dealers agreeing to pay trom 60 to 75 cents per
1,000, according to the quality of the
worms.
Thus was a strike of "wermeri"
averted.
Story  of   Historic  Vase.
A remarkable Incident in the history of the British Museum is recalled by the sale in New York of one of
Wedgwood's few copies of the famous
Portland Vase, which, damaged as it
is, is yet one of the choicest treasures in the national collection at
.loomsbury. The vase, a marvel of
ireek art, ls supposed to have beeu.
lie cinerary urn of a Roman emperor
ii empress. It came into the po6ses-
of one of the Dukes of Port-
who deposited it in the museum
: hundied years ago. There this ex-
Ulsite vase remained for more than
i generation, the admiration of everv
irtist who saw iL But one fatal aft-
���rncon in February, 1845, just at th.?
losing hour of the museum, a craslt
vas heard. A man named Lloyd, an
rish scene painter, had picked up a
crimen of granite from one of tha
on
and
Makes Hair Grow
Ryall has an invigorator that will
grow hair or money back.
The time to take care of your hair
is when you have hair to take care of.
If your hair ls getting thin, gradually falling out. it cannot be long before the spot appears.
The greatest remedy to stop the
hair from falling ls SALVIA, the
Great American Hair Grower, first
discovered ln England. SALVIA furnishes nourishment to the hair roots
and acts so quickly that people are
���mated.
And remember, lt destroys the
Dandruff germ, the little pest that
saps the life that should go to the
hair from the roots.
SALVIA is sold by Ryall under a
positive guarantee to cure Dandruff,
stop Falling Hair and Itching Scalp
In ten days, or money back. A large
bottle costs 50c. The word "SALVIA"
(Latin for sage)  is on every bottle.
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT
C. B. DEANS'
GROCERY
415 Columbia Street.     Telephone 386.
Raisins,  seeded,  16  oz.  peks.   (Daisy
brand), per package   10c
Currants  (cleaned), per lb.   10��
Peels, lemon and orange 2 lbs, for 8ft
Peels, citron, per lb.
.15c
Dates, per lb ...'...��� ..*���**��� 10c
(looking Figs   3 lbs. for 25c
Baking Powder    5 cans for "5c
Select Eggs  2 dozen for 75c
Local Fresh Ranch Eggs, dozen  . .860
Lard, one lb. bricks  .. .f 20c
Mince Meat  2 packages for 2���c
Mollasses.
.15c,  25c and  60c tins
Butter,   No.   1     creamery,     specially
put up for us   40c, 3 lbs. $1.11
Imperial Flour, a gcod    bread    flour,
special  price,  per  sack    $1.67)
Pure Gold Extracts    (best    quality!,
per bottle  20c, 35c and SOc
Bournville Cocoa ....25c, 45c and 85e
Prepared
Cowan'*
Icing.
Pure      Go'd      or
.2 pacttae*�� tor 2Bc
  a. e. OILLtY, Phene 2SV ��
W. R. GILLEY, Phone ASS. * ���" "
Phonee, Office �� and It.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and MfM^J^A.
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE. OB AIM   TII*   C ANQ
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN    SAND.    PBE8SEB
FIRE BBICK.
AC. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
Msaulacturer. a* ��*������� **& FIN18K
LUMEBR. LATH, SHINGLES,_8A8H. DOORS, WT ^^ -Jg
TURNED WOBK. PISH BOXEB    UMI
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone  12 New We.tm.nst.> _
Box  13/
Do Not Waste Money
Sav. a little systematically, for lt ls the stuff thst the foua-
datlons of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used In two ways; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to Invest for wbat shall be needed In the fa
ture.   Money cannot be Invested until It ls flrst saved.
PBOTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorised Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, Gsnsral Managsr D. R. DONLEY, Local Mansgsr.
Christmas Jewelry
We have in the past always endeavored to display ln our store for
your inspection a full line of up-to-date poods. ,
For Christmas 1911 our assortment beats all previous -records.
Call and be convinced.
Chamberlin     ,����**
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C. R'y
Japanese Oranges, per box    50c
Get a pound of our Tea or Coffee at
per lb 40c
Prompt  Delivery to All
City.
Parts of the
WE DELIVER THE GOODS.
C. B. DEANS
415 Columbia Street.
SEE OUR WINDOW
CHRISTMAS PERFUMES and CHOCOLATES
COMB and CRUSH SETS, Etc.
SPECTACLES  AND  EYE  GLASSES   IN   LATEST  STYLES.
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
���PHONE 67 WE8TMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Public  Meetlnjj.
At the request of a number of
ratepayers, by a petition presented,
I hereby call a public meeting to be
held at the City Hall on Tuesday,
the 19th inst., at 8 p.m., for the discussion of municipal matters of interest to the citizens generally.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
December 14, 1911.
���     i *__
NOTICE.
nl. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARD8LEE. W. F. H. BUCKLIN.
Pres. and Geni. Mgr. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKUN
===   LUMBER  CO., LTD. -
Msnufaetursrs and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phon.e Na. 7 and 877.  8hlnglee, Sssh, Doors, Mouldings, etc.
Notice la hereby given that oa the
26th day of December, 1911, applies- [
tion will be made to the Board of
License Commisioners of Burnaby
Municipality for renewal of thc
license to sell liquor by retail in the
premises known as the Royal Oak
hotel, situate at the comer of Royal
Oak and Westminster Road, in thc
said Municipality of Burnaby.
Dated this 2nd day    of December,
191.1.
A. M. JOHNSON.
NOTICE
The O.  E. S., Royal City  Chapter.
No. 7. will after this meet in the K
^^^^^^^    ...._, of P. Hall, corner of Eighth and Ag-
shelves and wfth it hud smashed the  nes streets, on the second and Fourth
riceles8 vase into a thousand pieces.   Monday of each month at 8 pjn.
loyd was at once handed over to tbe      By order of
olice,  with a ridiculous   and  disap- ANNIE F. GILLEY.
Dinting  result    There  was  no  law Worthy Matron.
Scarcely touched by th|^ui^an
hand in the whole ���^i*se iii its
preparation so cleanly is the process
ii
INTERURBAN   TRAMS.
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Last
car 12 p.m. Sunday leaves at
6, 7, 8 a.m, and every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cara
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to IU p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cara
eave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9.30 a.m., 1,20 anil
CIO p.m.
Huntingdon and way points,
leaves at 4.05 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers re
duced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets wlll be on ssle on
Saturday and Sunday, good tor
return untll Monday.
MAKE YOUR PLAN8 TO
TAKE THI8 ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED
CREAM
CEYLON TEA, "Used in Millions of Tea>i& Daily"
Black, Mixed or Green���Sealed Packets Only *
FREE Sample moiled on enquiry���Address: 'SALADA', Toronto
Scientific selection is the principle on which St. Charles Evauorated
Cream is prepared. ~
The best milk Cows fed scientifically
jji       Selected dairies        All sanitary safeguards applied
I You take no chancea when you use St. Charles Cream.    It is as Rood
I -for any purpose as the best milk or cream produced by the best
1 dairy anywnerc. For many purposes it is far superior. It never
' curules. It soiees with the ninat rialim** ��t��*~����u    a,,:.
*i****j .m.j��������...... * v. ...aii, puipuhes ii i��Tar superior. It never
.'��� curdles. It agrees with the most delicate stomach. All it needs
it the addition of pure water to make it the best food ou earth
I ���best for the nursery���best for the kitrhen.
Sold by Ser/ Grocer* E-Oeryuthere
I Handsome booklet of valuable Information to mothers and nurse* tent
I .... free upon application.
iCHARUji
<M
���0m- r-y**mm
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1S11.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
Furniture-Dry Goods
LEES LIMITED
Furniture-Dry Goods
EIGHT MORE SHOPPING DAYS
And the rushing whirl of Christmas buying is over.   How about your lists ?   Have you everything bought ?   Have you mailed those tp
membrances East ?   How about the gifts and little things for those at your own fireside ?   In your final scramble ^l^SS
Please bear m mind THAT THIS your "HOME STORE" "New Westminster's Greatest Home Providers," has 30 000 IS SSSSk
space packed to the roof with absolutely new up-to-date and durable articles for Christmas giving, and is able to ffiK 2��12
ing demands.   Our splendid delivery service is at you service.   Purchases will be held for you and delivered as per your inactions
Fitie Furniture
Mahogany, Circassian, walnut.
Quartered Oak. You will find tho
newest and most desirable here, and
at prices to please you.
EASY CHAIRS
In Early taaglliti. Fumed Oak, Mahogany; solid leathers, silk covers or
ln plain denims; 'lhe best makes and
most reasonable ln prices.
Couches, Divans
and Davenports
The newest ideas;   the most comfortable and most lasting ln wear.
Writing Desks,
Tables and
Secretaries
Early English, Fumed Oak, Mahogany.   Priced from 15.50 to |35.
Book Cases, Library
Tables, Reading
Lamps.
In these lines our shpwlng Is superb. Every size, every style in the
famous Globe-Wernlcke Sectional
Cases.   Ideal gifts for the home
Let Us Trim Your
Christmas Tree
We can do lt at small expense and
we are sure we can fill the largest
stockings. Our electric lamps for
trees combine beauty and absolute
safety.
EVERYTHING
DRY   GOODS
Beautiful and Artistic Furs.
- -    ' ���-   ��� .��� ')���  ""
Priestley's Famous Dress Goods in
Blacks and Colors.
Dainty New Waists    in    Lace and
Silks.
Magnificent  New  Evening  Dresses
Just in by Fast Express.
Beautiful New   Table   Linen���Napkins in Sets from $5 to $25.
Dolls, Toys, Wagons, for the Children.
Fine Crockery���Separate Prices on
Complete Dinner Sets.
Hats, Sweaters,    Ties,    Glpves for
Men.   See our line before you buy.
Kid  Gloves for Ladies for evening
wear and itrert wear, 75c. $1, S1.25,
S1.50 to $2.50.    Ei/ci/ pair warranted.
Games,  Booklets,   Trunks,   Valisea
Pictures.
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"        L^ES     LB
674-678 Columbia St., New Westminster
BRITISH FLEET    '
READY FOR WAR
Captain   Faber's  Alleged    Disclosures
Regarding Unpreparedness Discredited by Telegraph.
London, Dec. 14.���That the British
fleet waa quite ready for war during
the recent crisis with Germany, and
that Capt.  Faber'B   alleged  "disclos-1
ures" were largely inaccurate, is
made clear by an official statement
in the Dally Telegraph.
The tacts of the situation   as regards the fleet are as follows:
During the height of the crisis the
Imperial General Staff, under Field-
Marshal Str William Nicholson, com-1
i leted ln detail a scheme for mill-'
tary co-operation with Franoe In case
of war. The plans were prepared, It
Is understood, in consultation with
the chief of staff of the French army.
At the moment tiiere waa given lea-
son to fear that the Frencii cabinet
might at any moment declare for war
as the only solution of the grave ulf-
flcultke with which it was faced. The
"yea" or "nay" of the British Cabinet on the question of the employment of British forces might have
turned the scales in the direction
either of war or of peace. It Is even
said that the declaration of war
would have been Issued directly the
French Cabinet received the neceB-1
sary assurances. |
It was at this stage tbat Sir William Nicholson produced hia plan for
co-operation. It was proposed, If war
should occur, to embark at the earliest possible moment the whole ot the
British Expeditionary Force. In accordance with these plans, directly
the issue ot peace or war was assured
the British army would leave these
shores. In other words, the country,
at the very opening of what might
have proved the most momentous
struggle in the modern history ot
Europe, would have been denuded of
practically all the trained troops
available ln the British Isles. The
only, military force* which would
have remained would have been the
Territorial army, and a residuum of
Regulars.
Between 150.000 snd 160,000 men
were to be dispatched instantly, thus
acting directly contrary to the whole
basts of the military policy of the
Cabinet. It will be recalled that
army spokesmen have always urged
the possibility ot this country being
invaded by a force of 70.000 men���
a claim which the Navy has consistently denied. On this basis the government Is pledged to keep the Ex-
jiedltionary Force ln this country until sufficient time has elapsed to enable the Territorial Army to be mobilized and trained to such a stage bf
efficiency as would give the oountry
mAteace In the safety ot the British
isles wben the moment came for the  the German fleet possessed four vea-
withdrawal  ofthe  regular  trcops.    |������J""*  ��',thet  ^auoug^ ����**;
���        ,    .        . I in  adaiuou   to   tweive  oiatsi-    bauiu-
The admiralty  was consulted, -and J ghil6>   can!>,ng   a4tC��0��ne,-    e^my*
the Admiralty refused to countenance i eitUi 11-inch guns, li should be adu-
such a scheme, even to the extent cf I ed that tbe bruish ships also mount-
working oilt plans of cooperation ' eu torty-iour 'j.:;-mcti guns, to whicn
with the Army, until the whole cam- tueie is uu curresi-onuiug a.munifciu
net had given its concurrence. Thos i
who had been responsible for tne
scheme  of  launching  practically   the I
whole British Army upon this Euio-the ti-inch weapon, which is now rec-
pean adventure suadenly found a oif- j ognized by the admiralties oi tuo
llculty across their path, and the dlf- world as no longer available lor uae
flculty proved insuperable. | ln   the  major   operations   of   naval
war. 'lhe increased range of io.-
peuo necessarily fixes the distance at
whicli fleets will engage ln actlou.
it should be added mat the Mist
and Second Divisions of the Home
Fleet were admirably suppoite-i oy
two flotillas of destroyers, consisting
in me butt .chits oi ine Geima.i
tleet, which ...is no gun Uet.veen tue
in or 11-inch  weapon lor batue and
This is tbe story of the crisis. The
truth of these statements may be relied upon absolutely. The rumors
that the Navy was inefficient and
unready to face an emergency were
an after-thought. Possibly the explanation  of   their circulation   may   be
found ln a certain feeling of chagrin ' of nearly fifty craft, and the  British
in military circles at the   failure of  East Coast was patrolled, aB usual, by
plans to which so   much   time   had
been devoted.
At the time of the crisis thla avail-
a powerful force of destroyers, tor
peao boats and submarines.
It remains for the government to
able British naval force in home defend the navy, and these officers of
waters was considerably more than high professional! attainments, from
twice as strong as that possesc;d by tbe charges which bave been advanc-
Germany. The Home Fleet Is so ed.. It remains for the cabinet in
large. It consists of so many units, j particular, to explain why these offi-
that It can seldom be assembled at oers have remained in ofnets���for
one base. It is also necessary to dl- they are members of the government,
vide lt from time to time in order although not cabinet ministers���if
to secure effective training. With there is one scintilla of truth ln
this end ln view this portion of the  these stories of naval inefficiency.
Navy is divided into three divisions,	
and is under the orders of   a senor SETTLERS   PROSPERING.
admiral, two vice-admirals, and four 	
rear-admirals, all of them officers  of  Lady Cathcart's Settlements in Wett-
wldeand high piofesslonal knowledge,!      ern Canada Have Grown and
in iwhose  ability   the  country   has' Are  Prospering,
every reason to place full reliance. y^ action taken by the Duke of
, These officers Interpret the light- Sutherland ln purchasing la#ds In
lng pollcy of the Board of Admiralty, Canada, which he proposes to offer
the chief expert member of which ts on advantageous terms' to Scotch set-
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Arthur Wil- tiers, recalls a similar occurrence
son. This o.ter inherited from the about twenty-flve years ago. At
Board of Admiralty, of which Lord that time Lady Cathcart ot Aberdeen,
Fisher was the chief expert member, initiated a measure ot relief for her
a carefully and anxiously elaborated cr0fter tenants in the Hebrides by
lighting policy. In accordance with founding settlements for these peo-
this policy, as every naval officer ple at Benbecula, Wapella, Luniclato
knows, the fleet has since been train- ana- iochdar in Saskatchewan,
ed for war, and lt was no mere after-j Soine gcotch ladles who recently
dinner assurance when Mr. Churchill visited Lady Cathcart's old tenants lu
recently stated that the Navy was not the west, at her request, report signs
only strong, but Instantly ready tor 0f thrift and prosperity to exist every-
any eventuality. where, and a message wss sent' to
i At the moment when plans were ��� L^ty cathoart conveying a very
��� being made which might have led to I warm invitation tbat she herself
waY, the First Division of the Homo j WouId undertake and see at first
Fleet, under the commander-in-chief, hand how solidly she built when she
was at Cromarty, its base command-1;secured Canadian land for the best
log the northern exit from the North kind 0f gettlera Canada can have,
sea, whjle the Becond Division of the
tleet was at Rosyth, only three or
four hours' steaming distant. The
naval   authorities thus   had   concon
St. Patrick's Holy Day.
Rome, Dec. 14.���As a result of a decree ot the pope Issued In July In re-
trated at these two adjacent points ference to the holy days, 8L Patrick's
on the Scottish coast twelve ships of. Day was struck off the list of obllga-
the Dreadnought class, ot which tour tory holy days on which Catholics are
j were battleship cruisers, two battle-1 caitai on to hear mass and abstain
! ships of the Lord Nelson class, and from snncessary work. On the re-
' six battleships ot the King Edward ' quest ot the Irish Catholic hierarchy.
I VII. class. i however, the holy vsee has lust issued
I These twenty armored ships mount- another decree which is most imported 144 12-inch guns, and they wero ttnt for Irisli -nple ���Jiroughont the
supported by. six armored cruisers, world. Arcovillnn: to this tho teas! of
superior In offence and defence to the Bt. Patrick wlll continue to be a holv
older ships uader the German flag, day without, however, being subject
On the other side ot tha North sea, to tba law of tasting or abatfnsaca.
Just "Ike Gift "He"
Will Appreciate
We're sure that you can fimdl in
this Store House of Good Things
to wear, something that will please
him and make "him" an ideal
Christmas Gift.
Just run your eye carefully along
down our "Reminder List" for a
suggestion.
V
We are in Holiday Attire.. Our
Outfitting is from the output of
the best makers of every line and
our prices never "hurt."
Come and look as long and often
as you please and ask as many,
questions as you see fit.
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The Store of Satisfaction.
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THE DAILY NEW*
*     FRIDAY, DEC6MBE* 15, 1��1f.
The mHy News
���d at, but a unity of action and hope
1 i With all denominations working together wonderful results can be obtained.    There has been too   much
o* TO* Dally News PabUsfc- guerrilla warfare between denomtna-
ZTcanpaar. ftt*ted, at their offices,; Uon    TU1, movement advocates   the
of   McKentte   aad   Victoria  reHgioIl u helping your brethren.   It
8tlreeta. !g ^^ religion of social serrice. Ta
+as****r*i*a** I this movement we have no room tor
Manager discussing dogma and creed, but this
'does not take away any man's faith
The largeness   of the
and beliefs.
movement appeals to any man of red
! blood,   lt is not a work for weaklings.
' It enlists real men who are not afraid
��� | of odds and who are ln the habit ot
winning what they attempt.
FRIDAY*} MEMBER 15. 1911
THE POLL-TAX,
the man
iSily awaits
fax, the imposition
But, even
ImjW/Uii '-"-        Wl'��
shall discover a  .
of which will be popular.
to tasea,ri*ef*j>W d<*ree8 of unpop-
nUrityj *ft>> weight of unpopu-
Urity  in  British  Columbia the  poll
4ax has attald&i." Prosperity has of,
recent years i&Brlttali Columbians
familiar  with  budgets  submitted  in
the provincial  House reflecting financial conditions, such ss the province had long been a stranger to.
fcut, it good'.iitaes or in bad times,
In days that are. heavy with sadness
and in-daya that are    bright    with
gladness and festivity, there is always
the poll taxi   In spite of protests of
press and public, in spite of remonstrance wlttilu' the Cabinet and without .the provincial government   still
says:   The poll tax ye have always
with you.
For a tax to be unpopular Is aad
enough, but fpr an unpopular *ax to
be collected within hail of the Cfirist-,
mas season, as ts being done ia dome j
places with the P��11 tax this year, is, j
enrely, to S&hnsult to injury.     Nor j
is this tW-ifrly PartIcular in which<
the collecting of the poll tax   Is   ob-1
Jectioorfpl*,;- Sfct alone is the collec-,
tion in Jjhls "iaee inopportune, but the
manner$�� collecting the tax in British Colunibty is reprehensible..      No
notice^    sT^en  to    the payer;   like
another sworjl of Damocles the tax 13
suspended d*$r the neck of the taxpayer ft*d.jniy* descend at any time.
In  one a'et^aper  office in  Vancouver it'fe)! %*August 31 this year; in
another it fell In October or November.     Ih-'a*p*\: office in New Westminster It'dieifceiilted on Wednesday last.
It is ehvions tbat some measure 01
method   Odght   be   introduced    with
great. advantage into the collecting of
the poll tax.      Leaving out of sight
nnd m^d, the arguments which have
been idV^piJfrom time to time tor
ita conttiwuuni* or for its abrogation, 1
,**m. ��U.tement may   aalely     be  ma.de ^
"���*"*���  ^m_t_3       >>u>Vn��u       m��U��oaa\l
��ho\iv5.eB'^Bsurvi<\   Vn ttie  coHectlugy
ot tbe poll tax. Moreover, the mode \
of collecting might be improved in
some particulars which are more than
businesslike." For example, the poll
tax should be different from a mere
counting ot polls, or heads; em-
ployees/phould not be grouped together,, like av' many flocks of sheep
or herds of/battle, and the tax coi-
lected according to the enumeration
made by the employer. Such a method
of coll^inlft ig,tax is utterly irreconcilable, pjgt^jle principles of democracy, v It Is alien to Canada, an insult
to manhood.
In all Ifumiiity  we submit that to
New \\'es^ttr|ister belongs the credit
. attaching? to ^the evolving of a principle whiqTVould render the poll tax
innocuotifj&jrfinobjectionable, reasonable. Tlie'jb.jill tax was imposed at a
time Wl|S��~conditloii8 in British Colum bU>wit$repvery different from what j
Easy.
"Patrick, the Widow Maloney tells
me that you stole one of her finest
pigs.   Is it correct?"
'Y'es, your riverence."
"What have you dope wjth it?"
"Killed it-and ate   it, your   river-,
ence" ���
"Oh, Patrick, Patrick! When you
are brought face to face with the
widow and the i lg on the great Judgment day what account will you be
able to give of stealing?"
"Did you say the    pig    would   be
there, your riverence ?"
"To be sure I did."
"Well,   then,    your riverence,   IM
say, 'Mrs. Maloney, there's your pig."
���Christian Advocate.
December 14th,  15th,  16th.
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I*
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Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any
case of Itching,  Blind. Bleeding    or
Protruding Piles in 9 to 14 days.   60c
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
BEST CHRISTMAS
PRESENT
tor the old folks is a good pair '
of   glasses.     Come  to  us  and
talk  it over.    We will  Advlsa
you how to please your father !
or mother.
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of OPTOMETRY
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657 Columbia  Street.    Upstairs
over Curtis Drug Store.
.Phone 295.
Hours:  Daily 9:30 a.m. to 5
p.m.; Saturdays until 9 p.m.
We   Also   Do   Optical   Repair
Work.
BURNJ9It
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone Seymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
they are
flies wer<
In
those days fam-
few; every
\ comparatively
town was"*,$hui town, and the poll
lax  was, ta
bachelors
Us ossence, a tax on
purposes of education.
Today apologists for the poll tax
point lo iliq.jiiiihi.cr of Orientals in
the pi oviucJHjftd say that this tax
provides a gwhns of making the Oriental contribute to the fiscal system
and to lire maintenance of government ln InQ'.^oiiiitry. The manner in
whl.'h the road t;ix has heen dealt
wilh ln Noiy, Westminster merits the
Attention $}f .'.provincial legislators.
The road tax is a tax which the resident escapes by becoming a citizen.
Should not the provincial government
malw. the flitl/.en of Hritish Columbia
exempt from the obnoxious poll tax?
* ������* '-���
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MAN   POWER-NEtDF.D
.   ;FOR   MOtil   PROGRESS
* *
I
In the:eoope   of a recent   address j
eonoernlJigvthe Men and Religion For-'
ward MoVei^at, G. B. Potter, chair I
man of the^tdpiHmittee of one hundred
In Sprinfield, Mass., said frankly that
this moveijmat is an admission of
wrong 'c<��htltfipiis and an attempt to '
right Hi��*B��J.,.i,'It does not advance
any netf remedies, but by bringing
together-oldVm-inclples promises to
.bring afciifiBi hew results. The average chuM& is not lacking in organizations $ut'lha organizations aro
lacking tjjfcjibwer. It is m^r8 power
*hat fhe ctiu&h needs and this movement wangle supply that power. It
is net church union thai la being aim-
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and attract thrifty buyers*   Of course we
cannot se\\ at these price&>at all times,   so
if you see anything advertised and you
want to buy it, come early on Friday or
Saturday.
40c���CUSHION  FORMS���40c.
18-lnch    Cushion Forms;  well filled.    Each    40c
$2.25���HEARTH   RUGS�����2.25.
/^minster   Hearth Rugs; fringed ends; size 27x54in
$2.50���CARPET  SWEEPERS���$2.50
Blssel's   Sweepers make useful Xmas gifts.  . .$2.50
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3CxG5 Inch Reversible Rugs, in Oriental effects.   A
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Any 65c picture in stock.   Week-end special 40c
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Large   comforters, with neat strong covering. .$1-50
Beautiful   tacy effect in  ecru    shade.      The    best
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Solid   oak frame;  golden or early  English finish;
American leather covering.
J1.90��� LACE CURTAINS���$1.90
Regular ?5 Lace Curtains,    in very    neat   designs.
$23���DINING  CHAIRS���$23.
Set of six chairs; solid quarter-cut oak; golden finish;   full  box seat;   with genuine    leather    pad:
square   rungs.     This is a snap.
50c���DOOR   MATS���50c.
05c  Door   Nats,  In  a  verj-  durable    quality;   good
brush;    Lis;htiy  woven  back       50c
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$6.90���DINING TABLE���$6.90.
40-inch   top   extends to six feet;  parly English finish.
roc���CUSHION   FORMS���50c.
-0-inch Cushion Forms.
$11.25���EXTENSION    TABLE���$11.25
Solid oak table;  44-Inch square top; extends to six
feot;     goldun finish.
1       $5.00���BEDROOM   TABLES���$5.00
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$1.50���RATTAN   CHAIR���$1.50
Child's   rattan chair;  very comfortable and durable.
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Oilcloth    Remnants, per square yard   15c
Linoleum    Remnants, per square yard  25c
SEA GRASS CHAIRS.
A  new shipment >iist in.   Get our prices.
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Where You Always Get a Square Deal
Phone 829 401-4d3^oiuipbia Stree
MOUSES POR SALE
We hare a party who ha. two bouse, or.Third arenas, which h.
will exchange tor vacant property and some caan. .
LOTS POR SALE
LOT ON SIXTH AVENUE, between>   Tenth,Jand   Eleventh   streets,
$1675, third cash, balance 6. 12 and 18 months.
LOT PN ROYAL AVENUE, close   to   8 ixth    g���*     ���gr f*�� .
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.     This is good ror a lew
days only. "  jtt
LOT ON ST. ANDREW STREBT-66X132.    Price    $1900,   onethlrd
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
McGILL & COON
Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
Phono 1004.
SNAPS IN WEST END PROPERTY
Lot on Tenth avenue, between Eighth and Tenth streets.   Price $750
one-third casb, balance 6  and 12 months.
Lot on London street, between Eighth   aiid   Tenth    streets.     -Price
$850   onethlrd cash, balance frand 12 months.
Corner lot on Seventh avenue, all  cleared  and  level   splendid  loca,
U0r Price $1900. one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 month.
Lot on Seventh avenue close to Sixth street carline, all cleared  three-
room house.    Price $1475. $500 cash, balance 6   12 andl 18 months.
Wm.  McADAM
Phone 498.
Real   Estate   and   Insurance.
New  Westminster.
Room   16   Westminster  Trust   Block.
On  Fifth  Avenue
House ccntainlng flve rooms,  with  toilet   and  plumbing ready for
bath.   Also basement.   Lot cfea red, eight    fruit    trees,    large    bam
which rents at $9.00 per month.
Price $2625;   $625   Cash;
balance  $25.00 per month at  7   per cent.
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(Old Glass \\oiks  Factory,
SAPPERTON.
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a quart and be assured they are the best you have
ever had. / .
1
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FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all'kinds and grades of
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A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
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DO YOU WANT
Christmas Money t
We pay cash for all clean raKs of any kind, magazine, awl
folded newspapers. Raga must be in sacks. Magazines must b*>'
done up ln bundles, tightly corded. Newspapers must be done up IB
bundles tightly corded. Rrlng them to our "Baling House" ln the old
Cleve Cannery, Front street, any afternoon (the sooner the better)
and we will pay you 20c per 100 lbs.
THIS  OFFER  IS  PERMANENT
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1911.
THE DAILY UEW3*
SPORTS
j The Rovars are having �� day oft
next Saturday, when their proposed
opponents, the Hibernians, are playing the Shamrocks In Vancouver. Accordingly, it will not be before the
''-following Saturday that the clash between the two teams will take place
In the Terminal City, in the mesa-
while the local boys will take the
chance to further strengthen their
team by strenuous practice.
Six gold lockets bave been offered
' ns prizes ln an English billiard com-
'petition by Mr. FletcbTer to the winning team ln the commercial league,
���Vhich he means to get formed. Five
$nen will play for each team from the
six, whose names may be entered,
aMd a special prize is offered for
tlie highest break made in the course
of the tournament. The first match
-will be played on January 15, and all
'entries must be made before this
date; ln fact, the sooner they are
made the better the organizers wlll
be pleased. Laat year a similar effort was made with considerable
success, eight or nine teams entering
the competition and the Real Estate
men coming out the winners. This
-year advantage will be taken of laat
year's experience, and a committee of
one member of each competing team
will take tbe management of tbe
-competition into their hands.
The amateurs held a meeting yesterday evening, at which arrangements for the contemplated smoking
concert were further discussed, but
no definite conclusions were reached.
Accordingly, tbey went on to pick the
players ofr the game Saturday, when
they face the Thistles. This game
will be played at Moody square, and
the team will be chosen from the following: Sampher, Paterson, McAllister, Kirby, T. Smith Ferguson, Craig,
Speedie, Chlel, Seggle, Aylesbury,
McLelland, Petrle and Collier.
Burnaby will play Sapperton in
the city league games next Saturday.
This decision was arrived at last
night and the game has been arranged to be played on the Sapperton
ground.
ing tho athletic lifetime of present
players, but tho men who guide tha
destines of the naw body will find
difficulty in obtaining recruits when
the present crop of-players has gone
to seed. And that time ia not far distant, as the majority of ttSmsSS* who
are to fill positions on the field lh
the Dominion league.���Manitoba Free
Press. ���
HOCKEY  MEN  DIFFER
REGARDING RULES
The abolition of the penalty system
by the National Hockey Association
finds favor with some of the puck-
chasers, while others are inclined to
believe that the new rules will not
beneflt the game.
Marty Walsh, one of the cleanest
players ln the N. H. A., thinks that
the time haa come for the elimination of rough work,, but fears that
the  players   will   have  less  respect
"Langford and McVey win meet on
Boxing D%y, and tbey should -tnyy a
crowd of .25,000 people. Tie flght
game la booming ln Sydney, and aome
big battles will be put on by Mcintosh within the next few months,"
declared Griffin last night.' "Both
Langford and McVey are popular in
Australia, and they 'Will clean up a
lot of money, while the other American fighters are doing weflS>ut there:
I am glad to get back to America; although I was born ln Australia. I
found things'" different out there after residing four years in this country; don't know why it was, but
everything was slow, even the elevators were a little too slow for me,
and now that I am here ln America
again I am going to stick." s
Meaghan Is Good Boy.
There has been a lot of talk of
Hughie Meaghan, the Australian light
weight champion, coming to America,
and fear for a $5 or |10 flne   than .
they would for a 5. or 10-mlnute pen-   but Grl3ln doubts whether Meaghan
can make the weight in this country
alty on the bench
"Many of last year's games were
decided on the penalties," said Marty
yesterday. "If you will look up the
records you will flnd that dozens of
goals were scored while the opposing team waa short ne or two players.
Some teams might consider it worth
$25 to put a star man out of business. On thla account the team that
plays the clean game may not always
get the credit."
Percy Lesueur thinks that the
change ls a timely one, and predicts
that with six men always on the ice,
the game will be cleaner than in the
past. Jack Darragh favors the abolition of the penalty system, arguing
that the mistake of one hot-beaded
plUyer had often been disastrous to
his team mates. With the reduced
salaries in the east, however, none
of the players take kindly to the proposed fines. Some of the champions
think, in fact, that they will be be- i
hind on the season. The Ottawa j
club itself was strongly ln favor of
thfl elimination of penalties.
"I am sure," said President Quinn, j
j "that  the public  will  appreciate our |
j efforts on their behalf.   They are the
ones who suffer when a team  is so
handicapped by the reduction of their
playing strength that they cannot put
It is sad news for lacrosse entlrusl- | UP a decent   exhibition.      This  new
scheme will do away with any possibility of this in future. Furthermore,
1 think cash fines will be more effective In discouraging rough play than
blandishments from the game, especially when the flayers know that
after the maximum of $25 has been
reached they are liable to expulsion from the association."
"Out there a lightweight la what we
look on as a welterweight in America," remarked Griffin. , "They all
flght around 140 pounds, and it is
doubtful if Meaghan could make 133
pounds and put up a good flght. He's
a flne boy and will make them all
hustle.' One of the best defensive
fighters in the game, and he possesses a hard punch in Cither hand.'
Griffin fought Meaghan while he was
over ln Sydney, and as he waa rocked
to sleep in nine rounds by tbe champion he knows something about
j Meaghan's punching ability. So far
I the latter has had everything his own
i way and has disposed of all his opponents via the knockout route.
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Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails -to cure any
case of Itching, Blind,    Bleeding    or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. SOc.
asts that Len Turnbull and Clifford
Spring have consented to leave the
Hoyal City. A representative of the
Torontos has been in town and offered them such good terms that
they yielded to his seductions and
signed on with the eastern team. Con
Jones has drained the east of Its
players to win the Minto cup from
the Salmon Bellies and now, it
seems, the east means to drain tho
Salmon Bellies of their players to
win back the Minto cup from Con
Jones. It certainly seems that they
are going the right way about the
business.
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regarding our assortment of
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attractive HOME SAVINGS BANKS, with .a llttl*.fesfe bop||
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A little judicious overnight on your part will enable tb�� youthnil depositor to add a little frequently to hls credit during the year, thus
fostering principles of industry and wise economy, which will-bmve
a lasting and far-reaching effect on your boy's character, and at'the
same time giving him genuine pleasure. Remember we pay, 1 per
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Trust Banking Department ln which he can put tbe dimes an J
nickels he earns. The banks cost you notblng. Simply deposit a dollar to the credit of the boy's account. The bank cannot be opened
except at the offices of the People's Trust Company. ' The money 1%
then counted by the boy and tbe cashie/s at eitMrof the' company's offices In Now Westminster will show him ho* to make out
a deposit and place the money to his credit. Your boy will get 4 per
cent interest on his deposits and can draw cheques Against in the
same as any grown-up does at the bank.
Think df the effect on the character of your boy orgirlk bank
deposit of their own haa. It is the first step to a Successful career,
teaches economy, the value ot saving, instils a. If-reltmnce and generally equips your child for manhood. i|.. .
��� It costs the boy nothing to bave an account at our offce; he gets
4 per cent interest, a good banking training, and we get tbe use of
the money for one day, two days, or Just as long as it ts left with
us.   Money is subject to withdrawal at a second's notice.
AUSTRALIAN  CHARLIE
F.ETURNS TO STATE8
BOWLING.
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In the House league last night on
tbe Front street alleys, the . Nabobs
wen the oJd game from the Wanderers. Monteith had both high game
stntl high score. The score:
Wanderers.
Charlie Griffin, well known in pugilistic circles as "Australian Charlie,"
was an arrival from the AntipoJes by
the  steamship   Makura  last evening.
w, He  returned te  Australia about  four
4 # ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� * * * * * 4   months ago tor a holiday after a four
' years' visit to America, and had intended staying longer in Kangaroo-
land, but he found things a little too
slow, far his fancy and beat a hasty
| retreat back to America.
i Griffin is one of the best known
lightweights in the mitt game, and although he haa never'been a serious
contender for the lightweight title he
has met all of the good boys in that
class.   He has met Jem Drlscoll, Joe
j Bowker, "Knockout" Brown,   Tommy
j Murphy and a number of others. He
went twenty rounds to a draw with
Tommy Morphy. He has no fights ln
view Just now, but is willing to meat
any of the boys in his class. He had
no sooner landed here than he heard
about Joe Bayley, the Victoria lightweight, and he authorized the News-
Advertiser tp issue a challenge to the
' Capital City boy.    A match between
] this pair would draw a big house anywhere boxing Is permitted. Griffin
will spend a week around here and
will then probably go to California,
later returning to New York, where
take up his permanent resi-
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We  thank  you  in anticipation
this   verdict  after  you  examine
of
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STANDARD RULE8 FOR
i NATIONAL GAME
' 'To have a national game without
a standard of  playing rules Is   the-, he. will
rather dubious position- that-Canada  dence.
occupies   now that the   professional j        Langford-McVey Match Ne*t.
promoters of Montreal .and "Tpronto I    The Australian lightweight   had a
have broken into tbe limelight with   lot to tell of happenings in flght eir
the inauguration of the Dominion La-' cles in the Antipodes. Hugh MclntoBh
crosse league, and the adoption of a
shorter field and a reduction .of the
number of players.       I������
lt is rather a umlque poeltlon to
hold, but that it is one that will call
forth the smiles of our sister nations goes without saying. It 4s
ridiculous enough beyond doubt and
but emphasizes the necessity of a
���commission to regulate the sport and
free lt from the eternal tinkering
that Is so rapidly undermining the
game in the mad rush for the dollars and cents, which seem to be the
one objective point the promoters
have in view. There is no objection
to changes that make for the betterment of the- play, such as penalties,
registration of players, and other HIM
-enactments, but it ls a different matter when the money Just overrides
any other consideration and Juggles
with a national pastime to make It
suit the alms and pockets ot a small
coterie of commercial harpooners.
If we are to have lacrosse as a national pastime, let* us hawo'one set of
rules from coast to coast smd then
make lt Impossible for any recognised
body to foltow any. by* the governing laws laid down by the commission. To ainy association Vhlch declines to fall into accord with the
standard rules the wld�� field, but
rather barren one, of outlawry, is
made open. There Is no question but
the amateur bodies throughout the
���country will stick firmly to the old
traditions of the game with twelve
men comprising a team, and It but remains tor tbA Natibwef Lacrosse
union and the British Columbia body
to get together and place the new
league- In the outlaw class. This
action may not bring about the downfall of th�� mushroom association dur-
is handling the Stadium where all tho
big matches are staged, and has a
bunch of boxers corralled.
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Dressing Robes $6.50, $7.00 to $18.00.
Mufflers, Silk $1.00 to $1.75.
Mufflers, Evening $1.50 to $4.00.
Umbrellas $1.50 to $8.00.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911.
AUCTIO N
of valuable waterfront lots on the Vancouver side of the North Arm of the Fraser, on December 19th,
Dominion Hall, at 10 a. m.. containing, 383 acres under cultivation, being D. L 167 and part.of IM,
Burnaby. Only five minutes' walk from B. C. E. Railway. Will be sold in lot. 86 by nearly 600 feet;
also   flve  and  ten-acre  blocks.
On the property are two dwelling houses and two barns and large shipping shed; also large orchard Terms on'y 20 percent down, balance eight years, divided Into yearly payments at 6 per
cent interest. ���liiJMa^t*u.lll,-,2*JfflllIi
Indefeasible title, with ta'xes Paid t0 date-
I am insjjncted by the owner, Dr. H. E. Langis, to sell on above date.   This property has never been
on the market before, and is tho most valuable property on the North Arm.    lt  is  nearly  all  cleared.
^tfnd Is the richest soil on the Eburne B. C. E. Railway line.
Real estate firms will be allowed 5 per cent on any purchase ut the sale for clients, but in order
to recognize as such will require a leter signed by the auctioneer not later than December 18th.
This waterfront   property will be worth $500 to $1000 per front foot before final payment will be required.    Any further particulars, with maps, will be furnished by tbe auctioneer.
Auction Sale of the Valuable Farm, being block 167 and part of 166
in Burnaby, tiding the property of Dr. Langis, which contains 383
acres, nearly ah under cultivation and perfectly level
t ' f  t  '
On Tuesday, December 19th at 10 a.m.
DOMINION HALL, OVER WORLD OFFICE, PENDER STREET, VANCOUVER, B.C.
Valuable Waterfront  Property
There Is 7294 feet of waterfront, which will be sold in 06-ft. lots, ' ,n|ch are from 400 to B00 ,t
deep; the balance of the ranch will be sold in flve and ten-acre_ olock8 Upon the property are two
farm dwelling houses, large barn,  shipping  shed  and  large  01 char(j
Panama ^anal
There Is no doubt that on the completion of cnfe ptnama canal there will probably betwenty times as
much shipping from Vancouver. It Is a,(&**i tjj^ Dominion Government Intends to spend $1,000,000
on the Fraser River by dredging; also \\ ig under contemplation to dredge the North Arm.
Can you conceive what this waterfront then will be worth? Make no mistake; get in and buy some
waterfront without fail.
Shipping
For shipping at tho present time large steamers ply the North Arm of the Fraser���the S.S. Strathcona having one of the boats that was used In shipping the product of the ranch.
Don't fail to look well Into this property. Nothing as gocd was ever offered by auction in
five and ten-acre blocks���and under cultivation.
Trackage
The B. C. E. Railway line is now within flve minutes' walk from the property, which also makes It
available for trackage purposes, as well as waterfront.
Now, what does this mean? Simply tills, that the waterfront and trackage will be worth, within
four or five years, $500 to $1000 for front foot, as It is right at the door of Vancouver���only thirty
minutes from the centre of the town.
Under Cultivation
This property has been under cultivation for over thirty jvavs. Nearly all under crop and timothy. In
buying here you do not have to pay $300 or $400 per acre to claar It; therefore, lt Is a producer at
once.   Do not fall to Inspect and pick out your block.
[TERMS EASY
The terms are very easy���-0 per cent cash, the balance eight yearly payments at six per ctfiii', which
means only ten per cent on the principal. Long before you will be called upon for the final payment
the great impetus from the Panama Canal will make you rich if you get hold of some waterfront on
acre   blocks.
A.M. BEATTIE, SSS? 25 Hastings St, L v���"'
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luno met
\    BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Denver; $0��;, Dec. 14.���A Congres
clonal investigation Into   every phase
of   the  livestock   and   packing  industry,  was  the  recommendation   urged
by  President   Murdo    MacKenzie   of
the American National Livestock Association   in   his   annual   address   to- I
day  at  the  fifteenth   annual  conven- ,
tion.       "The   margin    between   the
pripe  received   by   the   producer   for'
hls livestock,"   said   Mr.  MacKenzie, '
"and what the consumer pays for hls'
meat, has widened in the last decade  |
The retailer probably ls a victim of
the high cost of living, but he is also  one  of  Its   largest    beneficial ies. .
The   local   combinations   among    retailers  in   different  cities  may  have '
some bearing on the case."
The speaker declared that the low- !
ering of the tariff on imported beef
did not   mean lower prices   for   the'.,
consumer.    He advocated  the retention of the tariff on livestock and op- '
posed any attempt to reduce or elimt- '
nat�� such tariff either by a reciproc-
arrangemeut   or   direct    legisla- |
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\ I. O. O   F. AMITY  LODGE  NO. 21.���    7-��0���United Statea via Q. N. R.
The regular meetings of this lodge! (dally except Sunday).. 9.46
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, coiner Carnarvon and Eighth stieets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. C. J. Purvis, N.G.; VV.
C. Coatham, P. G. recording secretary;  R. Purdy, financial secretary
STENOGRAPHY    *    TYPFWRITINC
lias M. BKoTEN, public stenogTS
pher; specifications, business let
ters, etc.; circular work taken
Mione 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office, Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
except
Frasfcr
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AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR ANb
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
ity
tion.
Government control of grazing on
national domains was apprved by A.
F. Potter, assistant foi ester of the
federal* bureau, who reviewed the
bptjeftys thereby accruing to the
gtockjnjin.
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PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlstsr-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl:
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Bos 112. Tele
phone 710.
| WADE, WHEALLKR, McQUARKlifi <*.
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iTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
"���TeStHlnsteT pfflcee. Rooms 7 and *
Clfllchon block, cCUSt Columbia an.
MSKeuzle streets; v'Ta��u??f &
fleei, Williams b'nlldlng, 41 Grau.
Tills street. F. C. Wade. K. C,
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
Lay Teachers of Health.
An  editorial  ln   The  Dietetic   and
Hygienic   Gazette,   December,   treats
of the   men   who   in  days  gone   toy
jj.gached the gospel of    health.    And
these it may  be noted, according to
the writer,'wore .'u.'t. members of the
medical jirofeM'.on but laymen.   Lord *
���Socon,    Swift,    Johnson,     Addison',' .._
Franklin and otheis embodied much . J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRIST^
of   direct   health   teaching    in  their j    solicitor  and notary,  610   ^glflbrtia
works.    Up  to  comparatively   recent'    street.   Over C. P. P   Telegraph.
times, up to the beginning of thrfywr , *, ^______a^^m*a***m^***m mr
1800, at any rate,  medical men paid *&^^^m^== ���*. _g
scam,  attention   to   i>revcntivo  medl-1 "JJAp.B   WT    TRADB���NKW  W" jtie
cine, but - busied   themselves   wholly U    *"M*'*�����-"���*���**-��<���***'
with curative" treatment.   Thus la  a.
Itlmsi "Whew   medical  tlteoriea    were
narrow and contradictors !���  ,3 Httle(
wonder that physician^ Bhould have j
fcSerf pod*' WtCBtYfi /ind that the lay
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11:40���All points east   and   Europe    (daily)      8:1!
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Sunday)      	
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mills      (daily
Sunday)     	
10:18���McKay, Coquitlam
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12:00���Central   Park   and   Edmonds    (daily    except
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Saturday, and leaves
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(dally except Sunday)..14;��
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ih'eA shbuld *ave loomed so lustrously
in comparison, Medicine being now
established on a basis of physiologic
truth, there can tie comparatively
slight deviation In theory among physicians, and the laws of hygiene can
be best set forth hy those who havo
reviewel the whole field of knowledge of the human body ln health nnd
disease. Therefore we may congratulate ourselves that today the medical
teacher of hygiene is at least as much
' worth ae was en able literary man
and treneral ohscrver of human affairs of two centuries ag-.', and we
rhnll be thankfi' thafffi* pro. Ince of
afRation ol the thassUc and the bizarre in health teacb:.;& has L<xn relegated to tho laity.
TdnstM Board of Trade mw*'. .A m
board toom, City Hall, ���* toiiowr
Thlni Thursday Ot Wn montm
quarterly urWUnr 0n ths tnire
Thursday Ot February, May, Augnw
and t'.ofemwn*, at * p.m. Annua'
.nestings on the third Thursday ��
February. New members may b
proposed aad elected at any tnontt
ly or quarterly meeting. o. t*
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
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Blaine    (dally    except
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and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:46
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Lehmaa, Aldergrore, Otter. Shortreed. Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale.Lang-
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Strawberry Hill, Soutb
Westminster, Clover
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via B. C.  E.  R.  (daily
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(daily except Sunday) 23:()i
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.     M
,    (daily except Sunday>.ll:15i20:3O���Chllllwarik via B. C. B. R.
18:S6��� Vancouver via. B. C. JS. R. I (dally eseept Sunday) .17:80
(dally excent ^'.'ntTay).16:0# (daily except Sundav) .20:30
18:00���V.-.n, over via w. C. K' R. ��1:20��� Abbotsford   via   B.C.B.R.
(dally ewept ��tint?ar).20:30 (dally except Sunday) .17:34
7:40��� Victoria  via B.  C.  K. R. | lt:60���aoveriale   via    B.C.B.R. 1
(daily except Suday).11:45 (dally except Sundiy) .17: .0
Large, light, deliriously flavored
loaves-more loaves and more quality
to the sack than from any other flour.
The housewife who uses.
ROBIN HOOD Pour*
knows this, and will use
no other.
M&T>THj}CD
n-x-tirrm~\-
'fc a**,*r"
FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1S11.
THE DAILY NEWS.
faob ravmv.
Purchasers
***
who intend to make gifts to their
friends or themselves should select
immediately, while displays are so
complete, and by reading what
various merchants have to say in
The Daily News' they will find
many suggestions that will save
them needless worry in selecting.
Anything from a Greeting Card
to a Parcel of Real  Estate.    .   .
Buy That
Present Now I
If you keep on putting it
off from day to day, you
will court the chance of
it not arriving at it's destination at a seasonable
hour.   BUY IT NOW!
who advertise their goods in The
Daily News need not worry about
the possibility of having OVERSTOCKED any line of go<
��
LAND ACT.
Nsw Weatmlnster Lend District, Die-
,   trict ef New Weetmlneter.
Take notice that I. Walter 8. Rose,
of New Westminster, B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply for permission to lease the following described land.
Commencing at a post planted one
and a half miles from Lillooet river
on tbe east bank of Twenty Five Mlle
creek, running 80 chains nortb, thence
80 chains east, tlience 80 chains
south, thenoe 80 chains west to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
Date, September 18th, 1911.
WALTER 8. ROSE,
Name of Applicant (in full).
JAMES Q. McRAE.
Agent.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 12, ln subdivision 2 ot Lot
30. Group 1, Map 478, New Weatmlnster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 15308A, issued
In the name of Olive Bell has been
flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tbe date of tbe first publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published
ln the City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said Certificate, Unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me ln writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of TiUes.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, U. C, December 6, 1911.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re Lots 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, Block 2; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, B'.ock 3; Lots
1, IA, IB, 4, 5, 6, 7, Block 4; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Block 5; Lots 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, Block 6; Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5,
6, Block 7; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6,7,
8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, IB, 16, Block
8; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, 26,
27, 28, 29 and 30, Block 9; Lots 14
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, Block
10 of part of Lot 229, Group 1, Map
1095, In the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlflcate of Title Number 19478F, Issued
In the name of The Bidwell Bay and
Belcarra Company, Limited, has been
flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles;
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., November 20, 1911.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        S14.400.000.6S
RESERVE    '.��.000,00040
Branches tfcrougoout Canada aad
Newfoundland, ana in London, Eng
lead, New Tork. Chicago **4 Spokane.
O.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit lssusd. available wttb
correspondents Ia all parts of thc
world.
Savings Bank Dspsrtmsat��� Deposits
received In sums of fl snd upward,
aud Interest alio wei st S per cent par
annum  (present rate).
Total  Astets over 1186.000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNBR. Manager.
���sa
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 10S.    P. O. Bos 846.
Ofllce, Front SL. Foot ef Sixth.
Westminster
Transfer
��ee Tksu ISS.     Mara 'Pkone IS
Begbie Street.
Baggage   deliverer    promptly   js
any part ef the elty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DBPOT
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
CANADIAN PACIFIC
.��. tat Service
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve  7,200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from tbe Atlantic to the Pacluc,
in Cuba throughout the island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Wsstmlnstsr Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
GRNHO
fRUHK
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF  AT  12
MIDNIGHT
S.S. Prince Rupert
3500 Tons; 7000 Horsepower.
EVERY SATURDAY FOR VICTORIA
AND SEATTLE
Holiday Excursions
VICTORIA AND REURN |2.70. Go-
ltg by steamers December 23 and 30.
Ask about our service and make reservations early. ,
EVERY MONDAY FOR PRINCE
RUPERT
Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islands and
polnta east of Prince Rupert on the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Through tickets to Eastern destinations via the Grand Trunk Railway
system Double Track Route. Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Meals a-la-
carte.
TICKET8 TO AND FROM EUROPE.
City Ticket and Freight Offices,
527 Granville 8treet
Telephone:  Passenger, Seymour 7100
Telephone:   .Freight,   .Seymour 3060
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Daily except Tuesday
1:00 P. M Dally
12:60 Midnight Saturday Only
For  Seattle.
10:00 A. M Daily
11:00 P.  M Dally
For Prince Rupert and Alaska
11:00 P. M Dec. 14th, 23rd, 30th
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
11:00 P. M Dec. 23, January 6th
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M Thursday
For Upper  Fraser  River  Points.
Leave New  Westminster, 8:00 A.M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
I>eave Chilliwack,  7:00 A. M., Tu��s
day, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday tor Victoria, calling at Galiano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganes Hr. Guich-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIB,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO
CHRISTMAS and
; NEW YEAR Holidays
fSund Trip Tickets for One
Fare and One Third
On sale Dec. 21 to Jan.   1.     Return
good until Jan. 5.
For tickets and   other   particulars
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.PiA.. Vancouver
v~
PALMER \
GASOLINE ENGINES
lft to 26 H. P.
I and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phons  SS.
Tsnth  St,  New  Westminster.
YES, WE CAN
CLEAN IT
Our process of Dry Cleaning
and Dying is MARVELLOUS.
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to cast
aside.
Phone R278 for the Best Work.
Gent's Suits Pressed   -   75c
Gent's Suits Cleaned $1.50 np
ROYATcnr
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyers
O. F. BALDWIN, ��g
9*m- mta*amm*&.~M
i
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 870.
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 567.
THE
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Minors! Waters,   Aerated Water*
Manufactured By,
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Teleohone II 111. OBIee: Prineaaa Bt
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
large and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid sn Savings
Balances half-yearijr.   ::
business (AccBBBto   opened
m favorable tanas.
������       ������
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS $45,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. &
BRANCH
SIS Columbia Street
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westmlnstsr.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangera
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 687
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
HORSE
Mi'
WE have on hand a
full fine of Hbtse
Blankets, Buggy Rugaand
Waterfront Covers. The
Prices are Right and the
Quality is Guaranteed.
T. J. 1RAPP
& mm, mm.
Phona J|p�� Hv*.yf*t*S*figsS**t B. C
^SSSMSWW!l^���BBSR*Be��SI'!BMH'|n""
I
I iTVTMg ,��V*rrr:
not woat
SEE OUR STOCK OF
Christmas
MX*
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1911.
CAKVERS,
BRASS, COPPER and
NidCL^PLATED
5l����*yTLERY
Gillette safety
M��i&LUS8Y
634' tJoftafflS'a St.     Phone 22-23
I    i ^
TlMiss CavcBrowne-Cave
TTT
Phoiw/Up.',,.     ����� Hamilton ��t.
H, Mcelroy
Chimney 1s''eefen0���
Eavetroti&h  penning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanka, Etc.
Ior
184    oi
.*
Brings thoughts of the holiday season and the gifts for
the family. Hie very best
gift you can make is an insurance policy on your life
for the benefit of your family
It means comfort for them
when you are gone.   Think
it over.
" '���'   ���  ... ���
Alfred W. McLeod
Jh&��mm*mm^
" ei7 Columbia au
Phone  62. New  Weetmin ster.
JUST A FEW
DAYS MORE
to order  your
the   Christmas
in  which
suit  for
Holidays.
Notwithstanding, the
large number of Suits we
turned otit this fall, we
still hhvfga^ice selection
of fartcy iand staple suitings to choose from.
Ladies Suits from $35 up
Men's Suits from $25 up
Mr. A. E. Kellington left yesterday
morning for Ladner. He will probably,
return to town today. ;
Mrs. Walter Glbbs and sotf, of
Highland Park, are spending tho
week with Mrs. Logan.
A glance In our windows may help
you to select your Christmas gifts. A.
S. Mills iCo. ' *���
Mr. F. J. Coulthard has gone up to
Kamloops on official business. He is
expected back before the end of tho
week.
The, Weatminater Realty company
has nioved from 744 Columbia street
to rooms 6, ti and 7, over the Royal
Bank of Canada.
How about that holly for the
friends in the Eaat ? Give ua your
order and we will ship It for you
Tidy,    the    florist.    Phone
1037.
Application was made yesterday
morning for ball for Pal Singh at
���1500. Accordingly, he may be released this morning pending his trial,
If the court thinks lit.
Flowers are going to be scarce this
ChrlBtmas, but we will guarantee to
deliver all orders taken now. See
us at once. Tidy, the florist. Phono
184 or 1037. ������
The regular monthly meeting of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital will be held in
the board of trade rooms at 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon.
Ideal Christmas gifts for the man
will be found at our store. We cater
to the husbands and sweethearts of
the best ladies in the city. A. S.
Mills & Co., 517 Columbia street. **
Mrs. Logan entertained a whist
party last night at her home. '1 he
invited guests were as follows: Mir.
and Mrs. Glhate, Mrs. McLeod, Mrs.
Glbba, Miss Fennings, Mr. Lyons, Mr.
0*ay and Mr. Foster.
A suggestion for a Christmas present ! An annual membershin ticket
in the Y. M. C. A. Price of senior
ticket $10.00, intermediate $7.00, and
Junior $5.00. **
The Ladles' Aid of St. Paul's R. E.
Church will hold a sale of work in tho
basement of the church on Thursday
afternoon and evening, Dec. 14. Homemade bread, candies, Xmas articles,
aprons, etc., will be sold. Supper will
be served from 5:30 to 8 p. m.     **
Headaches caused from defective
eyesight. Get your eyes tested by
a graduate optician, and have your
glasses made to suit, satisfaction
guaranteed. W. Gifford Optical Parlors, in T. Gifford's jewelry store.
Take the steamer Transfer for a;
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves |
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o clock. **
The B. C. B. U. announce that they
are Issuing return tickets for a tare
and a' third on the Praser valley
branch to cover Christmas Day. It
will thus be possible cither to visit
friends in New Westminster cr in
the country on the Saturday before
Christinas and return home on
Tuesday morning after the festive
reason ls over.
Christmas shipments forwarded by
the Dominion Express company to all
parts of the world. Quk-kest, safest
cheapest. Where patrons desire to
ship early and a vol-! the rush, arrangements can be made for holding
the shipments at destination for delivery the day before Christmas. Special facilities for carrying shipments
to Great Britain. For rates and othar
particulars apply at ofiice, phone 91.
Money orders, foreign cheques and
travelers' cheques issued at lowest
rates.    E. E. Nixon, agent. *��
U R. A, M.        A. R. C. M-
Member of the Incorporated Society1
ef Musicians (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical,
Form.
Prepares candidates for Teachers'
Diplomas, Licentiate and Locai examinations of tho Associated Board of the
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Music. Haa had numerous
successes in past years.
For terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phone L638.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
'     CASH IF YOU QAN.
CREDH" IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
SMITH'S
FRIDAY BARGAINS
Here is a List of Remarkable Offers in
Both Gift Suggestions and Cold Weather Needs* Come Early as Possible
Friday.
Look!
HfrmU.Vpi., Street    and   Twelfth
Street, large lot, 66x132,
$1350
Very easy terms.
11,
ouse
Ash street, Large   Double
$3000
Very Easy Terms.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
GALVIN
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
48 Lorne Street, New Westmlnater.
B. & M.
FISH MARKET!
537 Front St   -   Phone 301
Fresh Salmon (half or whole), lb..l(>c
Fresh cod (half or whole), per Ib...8c
Halibut (half or whole), per lb.  ..\\*.
Smelts 3 lbs. for25c
Crabs   2 for 25c
Soles   3 lbs. for 25c
Smoked halibut, per  lb  15c
B.& M, brand kippered salmon, lb. 15c
Kippers and Bloaters, per lb.  ...,10c
Rabbits, each  :<5c
Large Eastern Oysters, per pint..50c
Delivery 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Terms���Casn.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front St.
Christmas
Chocolates
CADBURYS   (English)
ROWNTREES' (English)
WEBB'S (Canadian)
POPHAM'S  (British Columbia)
(16 STORE
1 Columbia St.
iter. B.C.
New
Bungalow
(999)
We have jUBt had listed for sale a new modern bungalow
that will be sold below value. The owner ts in need of money and
has put the price low In order to make a sale.
This dwelling has seven rooms, has basement   and Is piped    for
furnace.   Througheut the house the best of material has been used.
Price $2,750
The location Is pleasant, having a splendid view and being handy
to local  and  Vancouver car lines. \,
The terms are eaay, only a few hundred deHars being required,
and the balance can be pail monthly if desired.
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1MB.
F.J.HartXCo.,Ltd.
New Wt
��E 6AB
'������Ur:'
New Westminster
Heed Office, New Weetmlneter.     Branches at Vancouver
Chilliwack and Aldergrove. B.C.
Victoria,
X
It's Not Too Late to Save on Women's Underwear
OF COURSE ALL WOMEN WHO HAVEN'T YET BOUGHT ALL THEIR WINTER UNDERWEAR ARc
NOT DILATORY. SOME OF THEM ARE MERELY PRUDENT. BUT TO THOSE WE SAY, TODAY
AT 8 A.M. YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO MAKE THE MOST PRUDENT INVESTMENT OF THE
SEASON.    HERE  IT IS:
Silk, and Silk and Wool Vests and Drawers
Regular Values to $2.50, Friday Bargain 75c
WOMEN'S EXTRA FINE GRADE SILK AND SILK AND WOOL VESTS. NO SLEEVES, AL80
SHORT OR LONG SLEEVES; LOW OR HIGH NECK TRIMMED, WITH HEAVY SILK LACE. DRAWERS IN ANKLE LENGTH, OPEN OR CL08ED STYLES. THE SIZES ARE LIMITED, SO COME
EARLY  AND  GET  FIRST CHOICE.
Little Furs as Gifts
Wonderfully Reduced Friday.
Children's   Furs in white, brown, grey and black,
all new and pretty styles;  regular values to $4.60;
Friday   bargain, each      	
.$1.75
Women's Silk Corset Covers
no sleeves;  all sizes.
Extra   winter weight;
bargain,   each 	
Friday
50=
Greatest of Glove Bargains  for Christmas Shoppers
Women's flne French Kid Gloves; with two dome
Jastoners; beautiful soft skin: with silk lining.
shades in tan and browns; regular values $1.25 to
$1.50,-    Friday bargain, perpair  	
.75c
Children's Sweaters Priced at Half
Friday
Children's flne grade knitted wool sweater; coat
style; with belt and pockets: self shades in cardinal, navy and tan; combination Bhades of grey and
red. navy and white, red and navy, and red and
white: sizes fitting from (! to 15 years; regular
priced   to   $2.5.1.    Friday bargain, each   $1.25
Waists Ridiculously Low Priced Friday
Regular    Values to $2.25;  Friday Bargain 50c.
Twenty-four    only women's white shirt waists;  in
linen  and   embroidered  lawns;   some  in  all   sizes.
Get   here   early for choice of these snaps.
Silk Mufflers as Gifts
Bradley silk mufflers; spring fastening; ln shades
of ivory, sky, navy and black; regular values 75c.
Friday   bargai n, each   50c
Handkerchief Bargain
Women's 'pure linen handerkerchlefs; hemstitched
and fancy embroidered edge; regular values 25c.
Friday   bargai n    2 for 35c
Table and Fancy Linens Greatly
Reduced in Price
Damask table cloth; full bleached; sizes 46x45 and
54x5(> Inches; smooth finish; values worth $1.00.
Friday   bargain,  each 75c
Table Cloth, size 67x84 Inches; good patterns, with
deep border; regular values $1.75. Friday bargain,
each             $1.25
Table Napkin hemmed ready for use; sizes 20 and
22 inches; regular value $1.75. Friday bargain, per
dozen               H-25
Table Cloth, ln mercerised; size 68x68 Inches; pure
linen ^damask; size 68x68 inches; big range of
(patterns; regular values $2.25. Friday bargain,
each                ��1.73
Tray doth of flne damask; deep hemstitched border; size 16x24 inches. Friday bargain .. 2 for 35c
Rumera jand Centres; size 18x45 and 30x30 Inches;
hemstitched:    Friday bargain, each   28c
FANCY   LINENS.
Regular Values to $2.75; Friday Bargain $1.85 Each.
Big  assorted lot in centres, tray clothe, scarfs, and
tea cloths;  in fancy drawn work; embroidered and
Battenberg  assorted sizes.
Regular  Values te $1.50; Friday Bargain 95c Each.
Good   assortment of tray cloths, runners  and   tea
cloths;   many pretty styles; ln rartfce of sizes.
68-lnch  damask table linen; full bleached flne even
weave  regular value 50c.   Friday bargain, yard 40c
Umbrella Bargain 75c
Men's   Umhrellas; full-sized frames of extra quality
steel;   heavy grade mercerised covers;   plain' and
mounted   wood handles;  regular values $1.00. Friday   .Bargain, each       76c
Waists, Extremely Low Priced
Suitable as Gifts.
Wniete that will alike delight the recipient and reflect   much   credit on the taste of the donor are to
be found  in the   Women's   Waist   Section   of  this
storo.
Regular   Values to $9.00;  Friday Bargain $3.75.
Women's   Waists in  taffetas,  pongee,  foultve, satin
and nets;  colors  in  this  lot  are   hello,  old   rose,
gr^en,   ecru, white and black;   many  pretty styles;
all sizes.
Corsets, Extremely Low Priced
regular Values to $4.50; Friday Bargain, $2.00 Pr.
Women's fine prade cosets; Bon-Ton. D. & A., and
Royr.l Worcester models; lines in broken sizes,
19 to 30; medium and low bust with long skirt.
Silk Waists a Bargain
Fine  quality  silk  wniKts for women:   pretty styles
in   shades   of tan, preen, navy nnd black;  regular to
$r>.(l0.     Friday bargain,   each     $1.75
Coats for $2.00
Regular   Values   to   $18.50.
Twelve  .{only Women's  Coats,  in   short   and   long
styles;    assorted cloths and colors;   wonderfully roll ucted for Friday selling.
Children's Bear-Skin Coats to Clear,
Friday $2.00
Regular   Values  $5.00.
Coats  for  the little ones  in  white  bearskin;    sites
fitting one  to three years;  good styles.
Bargains from the Staple Section that
Claim Attention
Hemstitched Pillow Cases,
extna  superior grade cotton; sizes 40, 42 and
reg. values 76c.   Friday bargain, pr. 50c
Of
44 inches
11|4 White Marcella Bedspreads
Satin    finish; beautiful    patterns;    regular
$4.00 and $4.50.    Friday bargain, each   ...
values
. .$3.23
Towels
Hemstitched    huek towel;
inches;  regular value   40c
pair ���	
n   white;    size   18x37
Friday  bargain,    per
 30=
Huek towel, all linen; white with fancy border-
hemmed; size 20x40 Inches; regular values 50c.
Friday   bargain, per pair    ,/ 40c
Turkish towel, all white, with fringed ends; size 24
by 42 Inches: good weight; value3 SOc. Friday
bargain, per   pair 40c
26-Inch checked tea toweling in red and blue; all
linen; also 18-Inch linen crash- -alues 20c. Friday
Friday   bargain, per yard 12'/jc
Feather Pillows
Pure, feather down pillows; size 21x27 Inches; fun
filled heavy covering; regular value $4.76. Friday
bargain, per pair   $3.75
36-lnch white cotton; pure English bleached; extra
weight; regular value 17He. Friday bargain, pe.-
y��rd 121/jc
36-lnch flannelette; In colored stripes: extra heavy
grade; pretty patterns; regular values 15c. Friday  bargain, per yard  12'/2c
80-lnch sheeting; full bleached; flne quality; regular value 60c.   Friday bargain, per yard   35c
111i flannelette blankets; white with colored border; extra heavy grade: finished singly; regular
values $1.60.   Friday bargain, per pair  $1.2S
Hosiery Clearing Friday
Six dozen women's flne black cashmere hose; extra quality yarns; all sizes; regular values 36c.
Friday   bargain, per pair    20c
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