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SNAP IN WEST END.
Ons   acre   subdivided   on   Seventh
Avenue (upper   slds).   14000;   one-
third cash, balance 6,   12   and   18
months.
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
8.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 227.
��� SNAP ���
New five roomed Bungalow; owner
must sell; wl]]. tske tUQO cssh, ami
the bajjpesr^rJOB^Jfi*^ See hs |
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., FRIDAV MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1911.
ASKING FOR MONEY
School Board Want Thirty-
Five Thousand Dollars.
U6AL OBJECTIONS RAISED
Mayor    Lse    Differs   from    Solicitor
Whiteside���Council Willing   to
Help 8chool Children.
PEACE RIVER | ITALY'S FLEET BUSY
RAILWAY SCHEME
Mackenzie and Mann Will Build from
Edmonton to Mackenzie
River
Edmonton, Nov. 30.���At the opening of the legislature today the government announced that lt would proceed with the building of tbe railroad
from Edmonton to the Mackenzie
river through the Peaoe River country.
Messrs. Mackenzie and Mann will
be the builders.
NEW INDUSTRY WILL
MANUFACTURE NAILS
Westminster Wire snd Nail Company
Began Operations Yesterday���
SOO Nails a Minute.
How to raise $35,000 for the school
board; that was the question dis-
.cussed at yesterday's meeting of tho
trustees with the city council. Owing
to the rapid increase ln the number
of school children in Sapperton Um
board consider lt essential that a
new wing should be added to tbe
school there at a cost of $14,337,
while they are also very anxious tbat
a sum of $20,000 should be guaranteed
them by the council for the purpose
of purchasing another school site im
mediately. After considerable discussion, in which it appeared that legal
difficulties were the only ones to be
pwrcome, lt was decided to call a
meeting of the finance commute'?
With two members of the school]
board, and the solicitors of both]
pa: ties, on Saturday morning.-'y^'l]l
the object of trying to QQpyd' l0 some
ariP^tPment i>y which' the' money
foul 1 be raised gf guaranteed without breaking. t*ue law.
In making his appeal to the council Mrv irapp stated thnt the school
board bad information that as soon
ft* tbe wing for the Sapperton school
is opened It will be filled to the
doors. The need for an additional
wing, therefore, is urgent. The trustees had called for estimates, and
had discovered that it would cosi
nearly $15,000 to build this, lf it was
done at the same time as the rest of
the work. "We have no money to do
the work," said Mr. Trapp.   "What U
more, we wish In addition to purchase   . ,,        ....,, ..      L
another school site, and ask you for I ls- workln6 at.lt8 Iu" caPoc!t}' about
a guarantee of $20,000 to cover whai j
Bombard   Turkish   Port  of
Sheik Said.
INTERVENTION TALK
MILITARY  FORCES ACTIVE
Flying Column Wipes Out Predatory
Band ef Desert Bedouins���Shar?
Encounter.
K
Yesterday nfteruOoU still another
Fraser river industry sprang into ac
tivity, when the Westminster Wire
and Nail company threw their extensive plant into operation for the first
time. Built on the north side of Lulu
island, on 281 feet of waterfrontage,
tbe factory affords tbe company every
facility for shipping away from itti
own wharves the daily output of 100
kegs of nails, which the machinery
installed ls capable of producing.
It was on May 1 of this year, that
the two brothers, M. N. and E. R.
Morrison, began the erection of their
factory, and since that date $20,000
has been expended on a substantial
building, and the mon up-to-date ma
chinery yet invented.   Once the plant
money we may spend
Dr. Green, speaking also on behalf
of the school board, said there were
already pupils enough at Sapperton
to use seven rooms with 35 pupils tn
toanded this lattey
Christinas, "ln* fact," said Dr. Oreen,
"we want to add four more. The
completed plans of the school call for
It; rooms altogether."
Dr. Oreen then went on to speak
about the buying of another site. Tha
board had been looking over tha
ground, he said, but could not get a
figure. Indeed they did not want a
figure, until they were in a position
to to ahead and close a deal at once.
'The ratepayers are prepared to
vate any amount of money that is
necessary for public and high school
purposes and I think we could give
a Uud .of a guarantee that this
mon��;y would be forthcoming when it
is needed, and recommend it to the
coming ceimcil."
15 hands wlll be employed at the
works. The building measures 50 by
100 feet, and is two storys In height,
the cleaning room being 69 by 50
feet. The nails manufactured will
be pf ,*11 sizes Up to four inch, and
inifhjdfcr^ox-coated,   tinishing,   easing
New York, Nov. 30.���Despatches
from Perim say an Italian fleet is
bombarding Sheik Said, and tbere Is
grave danger that the entire town
will be destroyed. The inhabitants
are fleeing.
Italians Invade Desert.
Tripoli, Nov. 30.���Advices received
here from Benghaal by the Italian
military headquarters staff announce
that an Italian flying column advanced flve miles Into tbe desert on
November 27 and attacked a band of
Bedouins who had previously am-
busied an Italian scouting detach
ment.
A ��*,ere encounter ensued, resulting in a victory for the Italians.
Nearly all the Bedouins were left
dead on tbe battle Held. Tbe Italians
lost twelve dead and thirty wounded.
Alleged Barbarities.
Washington, Nov. 30.���Stories that
are almost incredible are contained
in despatches received by the Italian
embassy here concerning barbarities
practised by Arabs and Turks. Word
was received today from Rome In
which the minister for foreign affairs
describes alleged atrocities practised
on the Italian wounded, which include
crucifixion and burial alive. Women
are alleged to have taken part ln the
perpetration of those cruelties.
Toyko  Report Says Powers
WiU Mediate.
ELECTRIC CURRWk *��
NEARLY KILLED HIM
REBELS   SUFFER   DEFEAT
Believed Stage Has    Been    Reached
When Peace May Be Brought to
Distracted China.
Tokyo, Nov. 30.���It is believed in'
Influential quarters bere tbat tho
stage already bas been reached In
the situation ln China for mediation
by the powers. The opinion prevails
that Japan, Britain and the United
(lutes will take concerted action for
restoring peace in China.
Rebels Again Defeated.
, Peking, Nov. 30.���Fighting desper
ately against overwhelming odds ot
Imperialist troops, the Chinese revo
lutionary forces in Sze Chuen province were defeated today in a tierce
' battle at Nine Yuan.   Hundreds were
-killed and wounded.
For a time after the battle began
Victory seemed to be inclining to the
rebel side untll a flank movement by
a previously hidden force of the Imperialists was successfully operated.
Then the slaughter became general,
scores of the wounded in the encounter being butchered where they fell
The defeat of the rebels bas revived the waning hopes of the Imperialist party in Sze Chuan and more
desperate fighting than haa yet occu.-
red in the rebellion is predicted.
Missionaries Safe.
Forty Thousand Volts Psss Through
Electrician's Body���Doctor Cannot Answer for His Life.
Struck by 40,000 volts short circuited through his body Electrician
Victor Hetherington lies st tbe point
of death ln the Royal Columbian hospital. He is suffering from terrible
electric burns, and general shock resulting fram such a terrific current
passing through him.
Hetherington is in the employ of
the B. C. E. R. and. was working at
tbe Coglan substation. At the time
of the accident he was standing several feet above the floor, when    he
Sapperton Paper Mill Is On
Sound Footing.
FELICITATIONS NUMEROUS
Board of Trade Has Interesting Ses
sion���B. C. E. R. Will Raise
High Tension Wires.
"One of the greatest things tbat
the board of trade has accomplished,"
is what Mr. Peebles termed the campaign for permanent improvement of
the   Fraser   river,   which   bas Just
was thrown violently to the ground,
and burned in a terrible manner.
At a late hour last night Dr. Manchester was doubtful if tbe sufferer
will live. Hetherington has a wife and
child, and his home is in Abbotsford.
LATE OE STEAMER
TEES UNKNOWN
AUTOMOBILE RUINS
SCOTCH RAILWAYS
touched with his "hi.d"5; Wgh" volt j IZ^LL^^L^^t jt
age wire which carries 40,000 volts.f^^"*,,,!?' I���*���,** ��? "*'
He thus created a.short circuit. He  'g^TLT^ltfJ^U   "a
Jetty at the mouth of the Fraser. A
generous flood of congratulations wa*
let loose consequent on this statement, and votes of thanks were passed to the federal government and tho
minister or public works, to Mr. J.
D. Taylor, to the provincial department of public works, to Mr. A. K.
White, president of the board of
trade, and to all wbo bad assisted ln
this work.
Mr, White made another announcement to tbe board, which was received with general satisfaction, namely,,
that the Sapperton paper mill project,
whicb has been hanging flre tor   so-.
long, is now   in   good   shape ta g>
ahead.   Money has been secured, be
said, from   strong   financial   sources-
| locally and in England,.'and the machinery bas    arrived   nt tbe Great
Northern depot, and will be installed,
as soon as it   ls delivered.   Immedi-
Akhough nearly  ately on this work being   completed
since   tbe  active operations will be begun.
Tbe second item of news   supplied
Grave Apprehensions Felt Regarding
Steamer In Distress in Eyuquot
Sound.
Victoria,
, two days
��� ..   ,       Nov. 30.-
Loulsville, Ky.,   Nov. 30.���A   cablo . two days   have   eiap8ed
despatch received last night by   the ( learner Tees flashed a message of.
Rev. W. D. Powell, of Louisville, sec- ��� distress from Eyuquot sound, the fate by the president was with regard to-
retary of tbe Kentucky Baptist board } of the veBBel ,��� ���ml ghl.0uded in the high wires of the B .C E R
of missions, told of the safe arrival j mystery. The steamer Salvor and passing over the river' He had been'
of Dr. Powell's daughter, Mrs. Flor- the tug JoIlffe both arIlve(j at the en. informe(j, he said, by the mayor that
ence Powell Harris, and her husband, trance t0 the sound, but were unable Mr Conway, of the railway company
the Rev. H. M. Harris, missionaries, t0 get any ci0Ber owlng t0 the heavy; had told him that the wires are i��"
stationed at Kai Fung or Kai Fong, in : fog and the gale. Great anxiety is be raised 26 feet. Arrangemehts bad
Honan province,    at Che    Foo.    Thej beginning to be felt concerning    the, been made with the Brfftsh Columbia
message  merely  stated  that all
rived safely.
ar'; fate of the vessel.
200 tons of wire rod waiting to pass
through all the different processes of
manufacture to emerge at last nails
of the finest finish. Mr. Morrison,
who showed a representative of th ���
News over the premises, stated that
another 200 tons had been ordered
and wouid be delivered about the 15:rr
of December. "We already have on
band." said Mr. Morrison, "euoug:>
contracts to keep us going for two oi
three months."
Among the flne machinery installed
are seven nail machines, one of whicj
will turn Out 500 nails a minute.
There is also a six block wiredraw-
ins bench of tbe very latest pattern,
and cleaning, blueing and casing devices calculated to ensure tbe making
of the very best nails. Aad all this
machinery can be thrown into move-
This yiaa the way in which Aider-
lau    J. tf. Johnston    expressedI   hls j ment by a 8tagUs 8Witch controlling a
opinion on the matter of the addlUon | 80 horae power ^pfe moU>u *Wk)
the drying chambers are heated from
a 26 bome power steam boiler.
On the second story a well fitted
machine shop is to be installed, and
also machinery for making bales, ties.
snd hoops. In the whole of this district tbere is only one other factory
of a similar nature to this one, and
that is operated by a brother of M.\
Morrison in Vancouver. Expansion
on tbe old site was, however, impossible, so tbe Arm divided, and tbe
site on the Fraser river was chosen
for the present plant
to the school. As to tbe purchase
of a site he looked at it in much the
same light. "It would be bad business," he said, "to let the opportunity
slide."
Tbe legal aspect of tbe question
wns then brought up by Alderman J.
S. Bryson. He wus willing to do
what was possible for the school
board, he said, but, according to the
city solicitor's opinion expressed at
th. ir last meeting, the raising of thl*
money would be Illegal. The ouiy
difference that he couid see touay
Was that the trustees were asKlng fo'
$35,000 Instead of 115,000.
Mayor Lee then called on Mr.
Whiteside to address the meeting anJ
the solicitor quoted the School acts
of 1005 and 19011, and the New Westminster act of 1010. He claimed that
thiB authorized the council to borrow
money for any purpose lying within
their Jurisdiction. School purposes
lay within that jurisdiction. He differed from Mayor Lee as to the
necessity of a petition being submitted before the council could take
such action, and quoted the act to |
prove that it was the council's duty j
to supply' money for school purposes.
Mayor Lee and Mr. Whiteside differed a second time as to the reading
of section 4 of the School act as tn
whether this statement ot extraordinary, expenses legally Incurred by the
school board must be submitted, to
the council  between January 1 and
The Mountain Ash Choir.
A good many persons know that
tbe success of the Mountain Ash
choir of Wales, Great Britain, has
been 4n a very great measure due to
the genius of Its leader, Mr. Olyndwr
Richards. It was si the Swansea
National Eisteddfod of 1891 that Mr.
Richards came into fame. He was at
that time choir leader of a body of
mea perhaps less well known than
the Mountain Ash choir, which he
no* leads with sucb astonishing results. .: The name of "it .was Om
Poatycymmer Male Voice Pally. In
such competitions each, eljolr slags
the same pieces, a very great help to
the Judges when there are many participants ln a contest. A piece that ail
Pilgrims."
Entirsly.
London, Nov. 30.���So hard are
automobiles hitting tbe local railroads in Great Britain that several
local lines are losing heavily and may
be closed at any time. One Scottish
line has already succumbed.
The last train on the Invergarry
and Fort Augustine railway bas Just
been run. The capital represented
ln the undertaking is $1,200,000 in
shares and $400,000 in debentures.
The Une, which is 24 miles in length,
was opened for traffic eight years
ago, and for four years has tmen
worked by the North British Railway company.
The line has never been a financial
success, but the loss was annually J1
made up by the large landowners
whose estates were chiefly served.
Tbe chief cause of tte decrease of
traffic, it ls stated, Is that tbe shoot-
tng tenants���several of wbom are
American millionaires���wbo came to
the neighborhood found they conld
take their baggage and parties with
more convenience J>y automobile than
"by tbQ.
sang was Joseph Parry's
m       Several choirs had sung It before th*
February T o7at any time "during "the1 tm* c��me ���mi toF '*��� P0^0*1*
  at*      a _ m*b      %M*a        OldinaM'a     AnMf KJ/%     QOAIiaF
year. "I dont care how you get the
money, but the money must be there,"
wound up the solicitor.
"Then you read 'may' as 'must' in
section 140 of the Municipal Clauses
act?" asked tha mayor.
"Yes." said Mr. Whiteside.
"Well, I don't," said Mayor Lee,
"although I wouldn't like to lay down
mer, Mr. Richard's choir. No sooner
had the opening bars been given thas
both the Judges put away tbeir pencils and notebooks. One Judge. Signor Rsndegger, even oo forgot bli
Judicial dignity as to turn round ls
hts chair and throw up his hand* ln
admiration of tbe performance. Of
course  the  audience, which  always
BOZAK TO BE TRIED
AT WEXT ASSIZES
John Bozak, Austrian, one-eyed and
-one-armed, appeared in the county
court yesterday morning charged
with knowingly having stolen money
in his possession. Bozak elected to
be tried at the next assizes   tn May
It will be remembered that Bozak
obtained a large part of tbe loot of
tbe Bank of Montreal from tbe small
boy George Lavery, Who had found
the money hidden beneath the Carnarvon street bridge.
Considerable admiration was expressed by the members of the board
of trade last night at the exhibition
of pictures owned by tbe Pacific Highway association, which was on view
at tbe board's room yesterday. Some
very flne pictures presented by the
Vancouver Island Development league
particularly attracted attention, and
it was decided to ask the secretary
of the board what he couid do with
regard to getting some New Westminster pictures of the same character to present to the association. M.\
Kerr explained that such an exhibition constituted an excellent advertisement, as the collection of pictures
was sent to fairs and exhibitions all
over, the country.
6ERMANS REPLY
TO GREY'S SPEECH
Ask  Britain  to   Demonstrate  Friendship by Promoting Germany's
Colonial Policy.
���-������W���   -     .......���������  ,    line    a*.    IU    UUHli       .  . ^l,       ji���j|..
the law oa tho matter, as there Is keePB * cwto?" W on tbaadjudlca
considerable difference of opinion t*n t0 ������*��� 'c u c.an 4,V,M*��*lr ,nd*"
Among legal men themselves. I ���������. immediately saw who was to
Mayor Lee then pointed out that b�� tt�� winner. The other adjudicator,
the city solicitor took an opposite P*o*osi��*r Shnhetpeare, who had,
Tiew of the matter to Mr. Whiteside, however, not betrayed openly the od-
and called the attention of the meet-, miration he sedretly felt, was not
Ir�� to the fact that the city had not1 bIow ,n Mraelng w,u�� Signor Rsn-
i :,( " spare���in fact Was J146-I *��M*r M *��� whw�� tlw V*1** "?*W
ivo m debt. "We are ready to pro-1 be bestowed. Twenty years hsvn
. w;, wrorytttng we can lor the ���&_;***&��� ��Wce then, twehty years of jM-l
<hWs educational   aeeds"   te aald. i ��*.��P��1enen, snd upon the MoWrtanr*
-��*��-.   .earn.     ** m**[ . ^r fflj^^teW
efforts Bavs been lr
(OtettuMd *m pa** tow)
Hla Real Thanksgiving.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 30.���The *��y
council today presented William
Austin, a prisoner at the Linton rock
pile, with his freedom aa a Thanksgiving present. The present will be
doubly accepted, as tbe man's wife
Is sick and without funds. He waa
Jailed ln July for disorderly conduct
Since then he has acted as chef at
tbe rock pile. Hereafter te win get
$60 per month tor performing the
same service.
Hunters Rescued.
Tacoma. Nov. 30.���Porry T. Batter'
lee and Joe Clark, hunting ducks on
Nlsqually river, upsst the teat.
Neither could swim sad after dtas>
ing to tbe bottom of the boat natH
nearly exhausted, their cries brought
Charles Boyer *mt Rosooe Ts
othfr nlmrods. who rescued them
Berlin. Nov. 30.���Today tbe chancellor and the foreign minister both
replied to Sir Edward Grey's speecn
ot last week. In effect, they say that
ample opportunity will be given Great
Britain to show her friendship for
Germany by promoting tho development ot ths colonial pollcy of tte
Fatherland. *
SPORTSMAN SHOOTS
HIMSELF  ACCIDENTALLY
Seattle, Nov. 30.���Wlllam War��,
partner in a shipbuilding flrm and a
prominent member of Seattle Athletic
club, waa shot and killed by hls own
gun today In hla yawl. His head was
almost blown off. Tte accident happened tn tte presence of bis flanose,
to whom te was talking at the time.
Sighting some ducks Ward reached
for Ms gun, which lay on the bottom
of the boat. The trigger caught aad
the gun was discharged with fatal
results. j .
Canadian Customs.
Ottawa, Nov. 30.���Aa increase of
mora than a million aad a quarter is
shown In tte sUteasent ot tte Naram-
ter customs receipts made public today.   Tte cflltoctions totalled $7,3��,-
government, and   the   material   had
been ordered, so that tbe work could,
be proceeded with at Once.
In  speaking of the advertising oC
^��� *����
A tortte ift*tH
a long time to get these things done,
he said, reflectively, "but they arrive
once In a while."
He was heartily in favor ot a vote
signifying to tbe Hon.- Minister cf
Works, and to Mr. J. D. Taylor, wbo
had worked so hard for tbis object,
the appreciation of the board. The:
motion embodying these sentiments,
was proposed by Mr. D. S. Curtis and
seconded by Mr. H. Ryull, and wa��
passed with acclamation.
Uo.king Facilities.
Mr. Curtis then brought up the
matter of the improvement of tho-
docking facilities in New Westminster. The Panama canal, he said,,
was to be opened in a few years, tho-
city council bad a harbor improvement scheme in band, and the first-
move to deepen the Fraser had been,
made; but what good was all this tor
ing to do unless the dock facjlitlee*
were here ?
"The city council should not stop'
~--8afMtiiifc;^'<fl|^^^l	
Bruce-Brown won the annual Grand
Prize automobile race here today,
breaking a World's record by covering the 408-mile distance at an average speed of 74.4 miles an bour. The
previous record was 74.15 miles an
hour made by Nazarro.
Eddie Hearne, who held the lead
for 20 laps and gave Bruce-Brown a
nip and tuck finish, took second In
his Benz car, ahd Relph De Palma,
winner of second place in the Vanderbilt cup race here Monday, was
third.
ia the twentieth lap David Bruce-
Brown, winner of the third grand
prize race last year, and holder of the
American speed record at that time,
passed Hearne and took first place.
Mulford also passed Hearne, being a
close second ln bis Lozier and Hearne
was forced into third piace, with De
Palma pressing him- hard. j
After nearly 40 miles of neck and
neck racing, which   sent   the crowds  at m7llions"" exclaimed Mr. Lusby at.
wild with enthusiasm, Hearne again | thjg juncture, "ln order to improve
Quran's Cabin Pirated.
London, Nov. 10.���Word has   last
reached here that the steamer Edlna,
conveying   tte King   aad
Ihdta.   encountered   htllf'-1.
erm(rta�� ��� tp*:*9sf7:'*\**<msm,.--i
Queen's cabt? was looNC^   _M
��� Fireman's Brave Ast
ta,| S��n Frsndeco. Mav, 30���While tte
���esh lima his btw tends otetsrad
and seared, Joraph Allen, a JsMJiis,
ton burnlag timbers from tte pras-
trate bady of Watetena Joseph BS��a
ia the midst of flams,at a flre In a
braom factory bars, tni both asa
ara alive after what
took.the lead in the 22nd lap. He
was unable to bold it, however,
Bruce-Brown regaining in the 23rd
and starting the final lap one minute
ahead. The cars finished, Bruce-
Brown first, Hearne second, Ralph Do j
Palma third, and Bragg, who led ln
tbe early stages at the remarkabla
speed of 79 miles an bour.
Bruce-Brown drove a careful race,
starting slowly, and taking good
care of his car. Hls finish was tte
most brilliant of the present meet,
when In the 19th lap be began to
pass his otber competitors and bear
down upon Hearne, with Maltord
close behind.
Brace-Brown's Ume was 231 minuter 29 seconds, snd he set a new
worlu's record for tbe distance with
an average of 71.4 miles per hour.
Tte previous record was made by
NastjM* |4.�� miles pe��^ hour
Hesnivi'tna* in the race was 233
minutes 7 seconds, and De Palme's
time was 234 minutes and 40 seconds.
TtefJ*i>sft lap of the raw was
made by Hemery In the fifth circle of
the court In bis Benz car, at aa average of 82 miles aa hour.
of
Address By Prefssser Bray.
An address by Professor Bray,
Columbia college, will be tte feature
of tbo regular weekly meeting of the
Queens Avenue Methodist loMfte to
be hell oa Monday evening, December 4. The subject before th* meeting will te tbe life of the prophet
Jeremiah. At the same Urns tte
monthly consecration service for
members win te held. As many aa
possible are requested to attend
voraitss Bramstadt
Beraltte Bramstadt
Part M*-v- yesterday,
ft   ���**** tv****.* win tnke ptew
Sararuay.   ftervfera will te ooadactedl
fat Ontsr        Haana's J
*_.-**���
New Westminster harbor. And what
is more, if we do not act quickly, wo
will lose what we should bV Tight*
have here. To take the matter up
rightly we should go to the source of
supply, to Alberta; whence ccmes tbo
wheat supply, and discover what they
need at the outlet here."
Mr. White was able to Inform the
meeting that according to Mayor Lee
Mr. Powell's plans tor tbe improvement of the harbor were practically-
complete, and would   be ready    lar -
publication before very long.    After
more discussion, which at times wandered so far trom the point that, the -
chairman bad to recall it on several
occasions, it wss decided to appoint .
a committee W take tte matter up -
with the city council, tte personnel
of this committee being left with the ��
president and vice-presidents.
Turning fhe First tod.
Other matters   taken   up by   tb<��,��
board were the holding* of some de*-
monstraflon on the occasion ofUMfcv
turning ot the first sod of the -new
Jetty works, the arranging for a banquet some time in January, and '.the
freight transportation  facilities    air
forded by tbe C. P. R, and the G. 'KS.
R. to the merchants of tbis city.   Mr.
Lusby was responsible for introducing the last   question-   and be   expressed himself very strongly on tha
alternate day freight ssrvten tn forcw
oa the C. P. R. as fur an the Junction.  As to tte O. N, It, h�� satd that
they were operating a spend* ssrvlc*.
te Vancouver until .tte- mayo*   and\
police ted taken steps ttw prevent tte*
switching of cars   otw Fftmt   stteef.
That regulation ssaan^M* anif. a loss-:
of H hours te shippsss of fretcM;
Mi\ Goulet, of iter C p. R.. and Mr���-
B*t0te4. of tha 0d
idtOoad. pistes* to the Ma*
died at South tera steed on ttetr
st tte ag. �� aedra WMchteth,
-' erraterist    w��ra\ dfrHrfft*.    Mr,
Mtttsr stated that tte poaoe Ju*
^S l*ff. T* w2$.:_"'**t
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�������   i '-iS PAGE TWO
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  DECEMBER  1, 1911.
.NOTICE.
FINANCIAL   TRUSTS.
I
WANTED ��� GENERAL   SERVANT.
Apply 212 Agnes street.
Notice Is hereby given that all
persons having any claim against the
estate of tbe late Alexander Stewart
McLean of the Municipality of Coquitlam, who died on or about the
31st day of August, 1911, at New
i Westminster, B. C, are required on
or before the lst day   ot December
WANTED-GOOD GENERAL SER- 1911. to send by post prepaid to the
���.���t^nlv 712 Twelfth street 'undersigned solicitor for Joseph
vant   Apply 712 Twemn street.        Trgv<,rH  Egqulrei the Executor of the
said   estate,   their   names    and    ad-
* private    family.   Can    give   any
claims  in  writing  and   a  statement
.   . u"��� ' nf their accounts and the nature of
rrtore^tochara^rttetmayho &*��2^Klt an,, herd by them
required. Apply Box 12, Daily News ,   ^ ^^ statement sl)all ^ verlfied
oltice-      ,  I ���y statutory declaration.
POR EXCHANGE-ALBERTA LANDS; And tate notice that alter.the 1st
and town nrouertles for B. C. coast , day of December, 1911. ���lofeP"11���'
an.l town propir.n.. d. w Esquire,  will  proceed to d.istrib-
city properties or acreage.     taVV*, ��� -���-, --��� .- -   n    .-���,_ _���ij *��<*
J. H   Rusk, 722 Fifth street, New j bute the assets of tte said **fi
ed,
f
perrectiy   iaw-prooi   trust   tuus   t******
  | boen formed.    In the event   of any
Combinations in  Restrslnt of Trade  manufacturer   cutting   prices  again.
Net a Thing of the Past | the holder of the patent can instantly
With tbe Standard OU trust and the j bring suit against him for Infringing
Tobacco trust about to dissolve, lt* ni8 patent rights. Plainly this is an
might be expected that the "trust i agreement in restraint of trade; but
busters" of the United States would ; plainly a patentee has the right to
be happy, but they are Just begin- impose any coditions he chooses on
ning to   realize that   a   brand   new , tne Baie 0f jjls patent.   No Judge has
Westminster.
I having regard  only  to  the  cage  o
_  j which he shall then have had notice
TO EXCHANGE-A LARGE LOT IN and will not be liable to any Deng"
Hastings Townsite for lumber of, of whoBe claim he shall not then
any kind.    Box C. 50, Daily News
office.
TOR EXCHANGE���A LARGE DOU-
ble corner .in Hastings Townsite
for a lot or house in New Westminster.    Box C50 News.	
WANTED���I HAVE CLIENTS FOR
houses and vacant property in Sapperton. Kindly send me your listings. Geo. E. Fleming, Room 6, 310
Columbia street.
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know that I am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
In the city and will deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or district. Milk,
* quarts for $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint. Phone your order to It 873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
boro, Lulu Island.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACHEAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Apply J. S. McKinley. Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
TEACHER WANTED
have had notice.
Dated  this  lst  day  of  November,
1911.
W. F. Hansford, New' Westminster,
B. C, Solicitor for said Executor.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATIONS.
NOTICE is hereby given that we intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Hotel Lytton,
situated on the corner of Lytton Square and Front street, opposite the Market, in the said City of
New Westminster.
McLEOD  &  CAMERON.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
method  of  making  trusts  has  been
discovered, and that it would be possible tor both the Tobacco trust and
the Standard Oil trust to re organize
tomorrow, and be exactly tbe   same
sort of trust that they are today.   If
they do not choose to thus reorganize,
it must, be that they have some other ^Ht' It  would
method which will suit them equally  pntee  to Fet
well, for it is certain that the "patent office trust" is serving many industries   today,  permitting   them   to
combine in unreasonable restraint of
trade and yet leaving them ln a position thnt the law cannot assail.
The Right of a Patentee.
The foundation on which the new
sort of trust ls formed is the rlEht of
an Investor to sell his patented art!
yet   been  found  to  deny  the   latter
right.
The Power of the Inventor^
For purposes of the combine.it does
not matter whether the patent is important or insignificant.   It might be
only a patent screw ln an automobile,
'  still empower the pat-
the  price of the  automobile.    Me could  stipulate that  his
screws should be used only ln red automobiles, carrying three ladies and
a pink poodle apiece, and the owner
of the automobile   would  be actionable if he failed to have the pink poodle
in  the  car.    It remains to be   seen
tlte flrst kiss���or one of Us many successors���often assumed or granted
wltb no thought of its possible consequences. This is the kiss that poets
rave about and story writers take
pages and pages to properly record.
We are not writing poetry or fiction
on kisses.
"And the result? It Is unnecessary
to go into details here. It is enough
to understand that there are cases
where contact means infection. Most
if not atf, of the contagious diseases
have been transmitted by lip contact
der it Is stated that its object is to
enable the local authorities to assist
ln the eradication of the disease, and
lt Is pointed out that the decline in
tbe death rate from consumption
from 18.26 r>er 10,000 of population in
1881 to 10.38 per 10,000 in J900 co
incided with a marked increase in
the activities of the local authorities.
Publicity is to be avoided.
"It is," the board states, "unnecessary and undesirable that notification should involve publicity. The
board has no doubt tbat the local au-
apd are Uable to be transmitted in thoritles and tbeir officers will avoid
that manner. Kissing is perfectly safe anything which could cause pain and
only when there ls no possibility of* annoyance to patients or their friends,
exposure to infection. it  cannot   be   too    strongly   empha-
whether congress can constitutionally
limit the right of a patentee in this
respect; tf not, it will have to resign
....    ._.       _ ���,,,u      l**sa__r*B*_,*.l    "    UUI,   11    w,n   i.mtc   a*j   icomu
ele at anv price he wishes and with                   th<} knowled e tha ,tB other
anv conditions.   Just as a man wni.      ._ ,_..  r wi ...
any conditions. Just as a man
sells his farm to be cut up Into building lots can impose certain building
restrictions, so enn the investor. The
law recognizes this right and protects
him in it against Infringements: and
it is Important to understand that in
95 cares out of 100 a patent infringement is not committed by the manu
enactments against combines are of
little use.
TRAGEDIES OF THE  KI88.
"Our chief excuse for this nrtlcle
ls found In a report by Dr. J. P. Si-
monds, Superintendent of the Indiana State Bacteriological Laboratory,
printed ln the Bulletin of the Indian*
State Board of Health, in which hc
gives the records of five cases of
tuberculous meningitis _in children
ranging from eight months to three
year^ of age. Four of these children
are known to have been Infected by
association with older relatives in advanced stages of pulmonary tuberculosis���fondled and kissed and 'loved'
until tbey fell victims of tuberculosis
In one of its worst forms."
of
Death May Hover on the Lips
Beauty���Modern Hygiene.
The comic paragraphers see some-
fact ure'of "an "imitation of'the original thing screamingly funny in the medi-
patented article, but by a failure to cal man's warning that the custom of
fulfil the conditions that the Inventor kissing ls glaringly unhygienic, and
has attached to the sale of his article, iliey nre doing all in their power to
For Instance, a certain safety razor nullify that warning and cause it to
manufacturer insists that, the blades he regarded as faddish and absurd,
used in his razor murt not re resharp- Meanwhile eldferly persons affected
ened. He has a lesjal right to make with tuberculosis and other transmis-
this condition, and anv user of the gible diseases continue to fondle In-
>-a7or tbat resharpers the blade is in-  nocent  babes and condemn   them   to
ISLAND  OF JAMAICA.
sized that any records which may be
kept by medical officers of health
shoull be regarded as strictly confidential documents, for whose custody
the medical officers of health will be
personally responsible."
Thc new order completes the system of notification which was Inaugurated ln 1908 in regard to inmates
ot poor law institutions, and which
was extended last March to cases of
consumption among In-patients and
out-patients of hospitals.
and
For the primary department in the
city  public  school.    Applicants must
give  full  particulars  as  to qualifications. E.   C.  DAVEY,
Sec'y Board of Scliool Trustees. New
Westminster.
TO RENT.
TO LET���A NICELY FURNISHED
room, suitable for one or two
gentlemen, near libiary. 703 Agnes
street.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE BED-
rooni for one or two gentlemen,
near city car. Phone R 672, or call
619 Hamilton St.
TO RENT���LARGE    HOME    CLOSE
to  city,  witli   good    prospects    tor
work In vicinity, $15    per    month.
Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, IOC, Columbia street, New Westminster, B.C.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Liverpool
Aims, 1162 Columbia street, In the
said Citv of New Westminster.
GEO. CAMERON & H. B. CHAFFEE. |
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1811.
NOTICE is hereby given that I ia
tend to apply at the next sitting ot
the Licensing Board for the City ot
New Westminster for a transfer and
renewal of license to sell liquors by
retail on the premises known as the
Cosmopolitan Hotel, situate on Columbia street, opposite C. P. R. Ce*
pot, in the said City of New Westminster. E. J.  SLOPER.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
TO RENT���COM POR 7 ABLE BED-
room, single or double; also rooms
for light housekeeping. Moderate
terms.    727 Twelfth street.
FOR KENT���HOUSE CONTAINING
six rooms, one biock from car line.
Rent $20 per month. Sherriff, Rose
& Co., 648 Columbia street.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
Uia-JJcensing Board of the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Windsor Hotel, 732 Columbia street. In the said
City cf New Westminster.
P.   O.   BILODEAU.
New 'Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster lor a renewal of
License to sell liquor by retail on the
premises known as the Depot Hotel,
situated on corner of Columbia and
Eighth streets, in the said City of
New Westminster.
J.  WISE.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
frinidne the patent, and can be proceeded against.
Fixing the Price.
There are few industries of anv
kind that do not use some patented
article or process. Some times it is
an invention of the manufacturer htm-
se'f. rnd it may ���>�� ope of his most
valuable assets. Often it is owned by
an outsider, who is paid a royalty bv
whatever manufacturers desire to
avail themselves of the ure of the patent. In either case, when the manufacturers In a certain lnd��strv desire to form a trust tills method Is a
very simple one. Thev all agree to
use a certain patent which they either
buy outright from its owner or lease
as may be convenient.    If thev nur-
death while we look on and smile at
this pleasing evidence of family affection. The Dietetic and Hygienic
Gazette remarks that in an age when
sanitary science has divested "the old
oaken bucket" of its romance an.l is
prying suspiciously into other sacred
realms of sentiment���when even  the
communion  chalice ls suspected  and
investigated���public   health   requires
that we should bo a little careful even
I about  what  It calls "the sacraments
of friendship."
"But   the  sacraments cf  friendship
re too Strongly entrenched   In   our
.manners and customs to be easily dis-
I lodged by anything short of a social
I convulsion.      One  cf the  inalienable
rights  of  friends,  secured   to  us  by
chase, the ownershlo is then vested in centuries of tradition.-is the tndispu-
someone in the employ of one or other '-, table right of kissing -cni being
of the combining nrms. pferhap# a I kissed. To refuse the kiss of a friend
clerk or an office boy. The new owner lis to >teny our friendship���it a si?n of
then  announces  that   he   wi'l  yrant | repudiation.    Even  tliose   who   prac-
Forts Commanding   Fort   Royal
Kingston to Be Remodelled.
Kingston. Jamaica, Nov .30.���Owing to the decision of the United
States Government to fortify the Panama Canal, the defences on the Isiand of Jamaica are being improved.
The forts commanding the outer channels to Port Royal and Kingston will
be remodelel and more guns placed
In them, ar.d when this work is completed the Island will be one of tho
most strongly fortified of tbe British
possessions,
Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, Inspector-
general of the over seas forces of
Great Britain, In April last m:ide an
extensive inspection of the fortiflca-
tions, regular troops militia anl police In the Island of JamtrfCft. A despatch frcm Kingston, in September,
said that the British War Office was
arranging to send to tt.r> Island 1000
European arti!lerym> n and infantrymen to strengthen thc local ?��r;ison
In view of the Increased impoi tance
which would come to the station with
the orcnlng of the Panama Canal.
The despatch added that the navy
yard at Port Royal, which was burned in the spring, would soon be reopened.
PILE8 CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.
THE   SUPREME   COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN THE  MATTER of the "Winding
up Act," and
IN THE MATTER of Pitt Lake Brick
& Cement Company, Limited.
Notice is hereby given that the
Honorable Mr. Justice Murphy has
fixed Saturday, the 9th day of December, 1911, at 10:30 o'clock In the
forenoon, at his Chambers ln the
Court HouBe, New Westminster, B.C.,
aB the time and place for the appoin'-
ment of an official liquidator of tho
above named company.
Dated this 2uth day of November,
1011.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar.
THE   WHITE   PLAGUE.
to each manufacturer tbe rieht to us->
the nntent in consideration of a small
royalty, provided that each manufacturer agrees to sell the product of
his factory in which the patent I?
used at a certain fixed sum.
The Perfect Combine.
Since the stopping of rate cutting
and the establishment of a fixed
price Is the chief object of the combine, the agreement ia signed, and a
Use kissing as a mere formality ar<3
apt to regard it as quite indispensable |
when friend greets friend, and so the |
traveling public is treated to frequent
exhibitions of this custom In all
places and at all times, the old and
the young, the washed and unwashed,
the pure and the impure, all mingling
aud exchanging this symbol of attachment, going the rounds ad nauseam.
Then   there   is   the   kiss  of   privilege.
British  Practitioners  Now  Compelled
to   Report Cases.
London, Nov. 30.���Under the order
issued by the Local Government
Board every medical practitioner
must, after next January 1, report
every case of pulmonary tuberculosis
that becomes known to him ln the
course of his public or private practice.
In a circular accomprnylns   tho   or-
1        '    **s***a****u*a****aa***aa*aaf*msejss*x*sssa
NOTICE   OF   SALE.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon of Friday, the lst day of December, 1911,
for the purchase of the following described property, viz.: Part (5
acres) of the East half of the West
half of the Southerly portion of D.L.
380, Group 1, New Westminster District of the Province of British Columbia (close to C. P. R. Station at
New Westminster Junction).
Terms cash. The highest /of any
tender not necessarily accepted.
Dated this 9th day of November,
1911.
W. F. Hansford, P. O. Box 285, New
Westminster, B. C.
Solicitor for Executor Estate of
late Alexander Stewart McLean, deceased.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, hot and cold water night
and day.    543 Front street.
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE���FOUR ACRES FACING
Gunn road, just off North road.
Mostly cleared; good soil; flne fo.'
subdh id r.g.   The Gunn road is be-
-' ing rocked and the proposed Burnaby car line passes this property.
This is $300 per acre be:ow the
market. Price for a few days only
$1100 per acte. $1900 cash, balance
one and two years. National
Finance Co., Ltd., 021 Columbia
street.    Phone 516.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing  Board for the City a'
New  Westminster  for  a  renewal oi
I license  to  sell. liquors  by   retail  OB
!the premises known    as    the    Kins
i Hotel, situated on Columbia street, tt
ithe said City of New Westminster.
WILLIAM  ORME.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
TOR SALE���PORT MOODY. I AM
offering for quick sale a lot 66xxo2
for $300, $50 cash, balance $10 per
month. This is a bargain. Apply
Owner, P. O. Box 1597, Vancouver.
1    NOTICE Is hereby given that I in-
j tend to apply 'at the next, sitting .of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New  Westminster  for  a  renewal  of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises   known  as  the  Royal   City
Hotel, situated    corner   of    Customs
House Square and Columbia street, ln
the said City of New Westminster.
E.   FALCH.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
FOR SALK OU RENT���A SIX ROOM
ed house with all modern convent
ences.    Apply 214 Sixth avenue.
..PIANO FOU SALE ��� $600 VOSE
piano for $300, at Vldal's Warehouses.
'��#*>  X
ANKRUPT
Good Clothing almost given
away, including such makes as
Campbel'. Progress, Union
Brands, Etc.
Men's Fine Dress Suits, worth
$25 to $30; Sale Price $12.95.
At the Westminster Bargain
Clothing House
607 Front Street.    Two Doors  West of Sixth Street
Westminster's Greatest Clothing Ss!,e now stares you in the
face at the Westminster Bargain Clothing House, 607 Front
Street.
FOU BALE���OWNER MUST HAVK
money, will sell live acres near Port
Maun for only $lKr> an acre. Easj
terms. Apply Fleming, 310 Columbia
street.  Sapperton.
FOU SALE���MALLEABLE RANGES,
$1 down and n a week; no interest; four Btyles; old stoves taken in
exchange. Canada Malleable Range
Co.    Phone 906, Market Square.
FOR SALE���SIX OF THE CHEAP-
est lots in the west end. on Eignth
avenue, having a southwest view
facing the river and ���gulf. Lota
55x110 nnd 118. Very liberal term-".
Phone L179, cr call 1303 Eighth
avenue,
m ��� '��� EBB t     *
CORPORATION   OF   BURNA3Y
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at tlte next sit'Ing of
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
licenro to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Fraser Hotel,
Eltuated on the corner of Begbie and
Front streets in the said City of New
Westminster.
ALFRED SWANSON.
New Westminster, Nov.  30, 1911.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I ii
tend to apply at the next sitting I
the Lieonsin;; Boarijgr tlie City t.!
New Westminster for n renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail ou the
premises known ;i3 llie Merchants'
Hotel, situate at the corner cf Co*
lumbia and McNeely streets, in the
said City of New Westminster,
D.   S.   BRAY.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911,
The Statutory Meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners will be held
at the Municipal Hall, Edmonds. B.
C, on Wednesday t.ie 13th day of December at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Varden No. 19, Sons of Norway,
���meet In Eagles hall the flrst and
third Wednesdays of each month at
% p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
.Invited to attend.
A. KUOGSETH,
President.
J. J. AUNE,
Financial Secretary.
NOTICE is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the ne>.t pitting of
tho Licensing Board for tbe City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Central
Hotel, situated on Columbia street,
between Alexander tind Eighth
streets, in the said City of New Westminster.
JOS. I. FREEMAN.
New Westminster, Nov. 30. 1911.
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. ROD
LAND   REGISTRY t EXPERT
Titles    Examined,    Land  Registry
Tanples Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
Continues with Unabated Fury. Thousands of Dollars worth of New,"
Seasonable Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Boots is to be sold in the
next few days. ���
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Will be big days here.   Come!   Unequalled Bargains in all departments
Men's Suits for the working
man, worth $10.00 to $12.50; our
price $3.95.
Men's Fine Dres4 Shirts,
worth $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, now
65c.
Men's Fine Dress Suits or
Overcoats, worth $15.00 to
$16.00, our price $6.95.
Men's Fine Suits   and   Over-,
coats, worth $18.00   to   $20.00,
now $9.85.
35c and 50: Wool Sox, now 20r.. 75c and $1.00 Rubbers, now 05c.
35c and 50c Tlss, now 15c.
$3.00 Oilskin Coats, now 95c.
$1.50 and $2.00 Hat3, now 75.-.
$4.00 and $5.00 Boots, now $2.15.
$3.00   and   $2.50   Hats,    now
$1.45.
25c Suspenders, now 10c.
$1.50 Wool Underwear,    now
75c.
50c and 75c  Underwear, no//
35c.
75c and $1.00    Work    Gloves,
now 35c.
Men's Boots, worth $2.50, now
$1.45.
Men's    Suits    or    Overcoats,l]
worth $10.00, now $3.95.
$1.00 and 75c Umbrelas, no//
35c.
$2.50 and $3.00 Sweaters   and
3weater Coat9, now 85c.
$1.00 and $1.25 Overalls, now
70c.
$2.50 and   $3.00   Pants,   now
$1.45.
10c and    25c    Handkerchiefs,
now 5c.
Men's    Fine    Worsted    Suits,
worth $20 to $25, now $11.45.
$25.00 and $30.00 English Gor-
bedine Raincoats, new $11.95.
Men's    Suits    or    Overcoat-*,
worth $15.00 to $16.50, now $7.9}
tzsr WESTMINSTER BARGAIN r~
ip        CLOTHING HOUSE      SN
Other
Evenings 607 FRONT STREET Mone*
Until 9. IN THE DOMINION TRUST BLDG. Be Sure and Find the Right Place.   Refundcd |
Look for our name above the door ��� Westminster Bargain Clothing House.
Do Not Confuse This Sale With Other So-called Sales 	
FRIDAY,  DECEMBER  1, 1911.
THE DAILY NEW,'!
PAGE THREE
FURNITURE
1MB
LEES LIMITED
DR Y GOODS
OUR  NEW DEPARTMENTS
SHOP EARLY
ARE READY
SHOP EARLY
$30,000.00 Worth of General Dry Goods, Ladies' and
Men's Ready-to-Wear Has  Been  Added to Our Stock
DECEMBER to be a Month of Wonderful Value Giving in this ENLARGED
FIVE FLOOR GREATER STORE.   Every Department to Contribute
mOIOlQi/.
For Christmas
We Offer an
| Unusually
ova     Bffi***. Jc   ^^^\ JS
Attractive
v7Jp^Sme H^fetvpl Hfld^^r
Assortment in
'^^Sa^BlvK
���  Furniture for
Dining Rooms,
Dens, Libraries
1 fj               \^J' hhB
and Drawing
PiTr MlfMlsSKnL?^-'I0IIUI1
Rooms
p^KBaP^ad^Bm
Rocking Chair* at $1.50
$2.50 to $15.00.
iPM^Swl
Upholstered   Chairs   at
$6.50, $8.50 to $20.00
EnJb                                 ^^1vC^r       *
Without a Doubt We Are Showing
the lawst ai-sortmont cf good Parlor  Suites  in   the city   and   our
vrlce* runge from 10 to 20 per cent less than common. tanm
1,-pieee  Parlor  8ulU at         J^���
5-pleco Parlor Suite at .,	
:i-piece Parlor Suits st	
3'plece Psrlor Suits st 	
3-plece Psrlor Suits at	
3-plece Psrlor Suits at  ���    T\TF%
8-pleco Parlor Suits at   .- ��� ��� ��� ���        ��1SU'W
$35.00
$40.00
$65.00
$75.00
$100.00
library
Furnishings
Here Is boat quallt.ei and finely
finished. Tables, Btandt, Hook-
cases snd Comfortable Chairs.
Make your stvl��'iion early and
we wi.l dcllvor when ycu direct.
OUR ELECTRICAL
DEPARTMENT
Large Variety
Will Blnm'.nate your Christmas
trees at email etpeaso thereby
avoiding all danger from Are*
Electrical Cooking CtenaW,
Hot Point Irons, Warming Padn,
Reading Lamps, Office Pliturea,
at the rery lowest price*
The famous "Santos" Vacuum
Cleaners at $135.00. An excellent Christmas present for tba
Homo.
Toys, Dolls, and
Fancy China.
Splendid Values
���������i.ni'
We Are
Now Showing
FULL 8TOCK8 OF DRE88 GOOD8.
FULL 8TOCK8 OF VELVET8 AND 8ILK8.
FULL 8TOCK8 OF COTTON    WA8H 8UITING8.
FULL  STOCKS  OF   DOMESTICS. |
FULL  8TOCK8 OF NOTIONS. , i   ]   ',   !
FULL STOCK8 OF SWEATERS, 8KIRT8 AND WAIST8.
FULL 8TOCK8 OF UNDERWEAR  FOR  LADIES, CHILDREN  AND
MEN. 1
FULL 8TOCK8 OF NECKWEAR FOR LADIES AND MEN.
FULL STOCKS OF H08IERY FOR LADIE8, CHILDREN AND MEN.
FULL 8TOCKS OF HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. DOLL8 AND TOYS.
Our immense stock of Furniture, Beds, snd Bedding displayed on the
Second, Third, Fourth and Fiftn Floors.
Our Beds and Bedding
have been arranged to better
advantage on the Third Floor,
where the Splendid Values we
offer can be best displayed in
cn'arged space. (Another car
now on tbe track).
Splendid values ^n Iron Beds
any size; at  ..-. $3.06
Heavy Iron Beds at $4.50
$5.00, $6.00 and   $7.00
Novelty Iron Beds; brws trimmed, at ..$6.00, $7.00, $8.00 antl
       $10.00
Brass   Beds   at   $19.75,   $25.00,
$30.00, $35.00 and $50.00
Bed Springs st $2.15, $3.00, $3.53
$4-00, $5.00, $8.00 and ... .$10.00
Mattresses at $2.50, $3.00, $4.25.
$6.00,  $7.50,  $10.00, $15.00 and
       $20.00
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EXTRAORDINARY
DRY GOODS SPECIALS
For Friday and Saturday
12 dozen Ladies' Leatherette Hand Bsgs; Isrge sizes; splendidly finished; $130 reel values.   Our Special Sale Price, esch   75c
50 dozen Embroidered Handkerchiefs; In besutiful assorted designs.
Esch       ....*+.*>**.**a.. .a  ���*..:.   ����� *5c
200 pairs Lsdies' Kid Gloves; dome fasteners; colors navy, tan,
grey, black and green.   A very speelsl value, per pair $1.00
40-inch "Lustre" Drees Goods; cream, psle blue, pink, cardinal; very
suitable for evnlng and children's wear.    Psr yard  45c
A very speelsl lot of Ladles' Waists; whits lawn; long sleeves; Illy
collars, with four rows tucked snd embroidered fronts. We offer entire lot at, each        $1.50
Lsdies' Dress Skirts In the newest novelties; panamaa, voiles, Venetians and fancy tweeds.   $7.50, $8.50 to    * $12.50
A splendid assortment of Children's All Wool Dresses; slzss 8 to 18
years; In nsvy, brown snd plaids, fer, each  $5.00 to $10.00
This is your "HOME STORE"
with all the conveniences arranged
for your comfort in shopping. We
desire to have you feel "at horae"
here. Make this your down town
"meeting place" with your friends,
saunter tbrougk the several floors
at your pleasure and note the
splendid values to be had. "Courtesy" and "service" always at your
command.
BISS EL'S
CARPET
SWEAPERS
are very welcome Christmas Gifts. We
have a larger stock and wide variety
at  $3, $3.50, $4 and $4.50
Vacuum Cleaners at $30,000 and $35.00
Rugs and Carpets
Tkis department haa been exten led to facilitate the easier handling of
our rapidly growing Carpet Business. We show you unusually attractive values and invite your early Inspection. A recent carload of
Linoleums and OoilclothB adds a tremendous variety to our already
large stock.
We Sell the
Famous
ST. CLAIR RANGES
Stoves & Heaters
Heaters for $2.75, $3.60, $4.80
tola*.
Cook Stoves  $11,  $12.80,  $15,
!��$$���.
���t.   Clair   Ranges  $48,  $80.00
to $$0.00.
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iMorafTll FOUR
JHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911.
The Daily News
I lt\-���
PubUaheHyThe Dailr News Publish-
tr* Geiapany, Limited, at their offices,
corner ot McKenzie and Victoria
Streets
FRIDAY, DECEMBER  1, 1911
BRITISH FOREIGN POLITICS.
It'Vs' a 'matter of supreme satisfaction that tlie head of the British
foreign ofiice at present is a man ot
the type of Sir Edward Grey. Following; l^ij&fjiconsfield, wbose achievements iii the field of foreign politics
were recognized and acknowledged by
iriend and foe alike, it came to be
accepted almost as a tradition in
Oreat Britain and in the dominions
overseas tbat the Liberals were
easily flrst in tho sphere of domestic
legislation; but the Conservatives led
the van In foreign affairs. The treaty
of Paris and the resultant slogan of
-"Peace with Honor," established the
reputation of the government led by
the brilHTHifJew as administrators of
foreign affairs. It was in the Held
of home politics that Beaconsfleld's
great opponent, Mr. Gladstone, made
a name that will be illustrious as
long as the student of politics studies
the life iihd times of the great men
of the Victorian era.
Sir Edward Grey has demonstrated
the  wholesome  truth that  there    is
nothing   incompatible   between   consistent  adherence    to Liberal    principles and high efficiency in the   administration of foreign affairs.    It is
apparent, of course, that in European
politics, where class distinctions   are
observed to an extent unknown    in
jnore democratic    communities,    tho
party   which represents wealth    and
rank,in Great Britain should   enjoy a
prestige among foreign powers which
is denied to the party which is more
directly and more largely representative of the masses;  but this is by no
means sd true today as it was a quarter of a century ago.   The balance of
political power Is shifting its habitat.
The    privileged    classes    are    being
shorn of th^tr privileges.    The political powers of the masses have bt-en
greatly increased of late years, and
the    political    prerogatives    ot
D? PRICES
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Greatest aid to home baking
Makes the cake, biscuits and
hot-breads of superior flavor
and healthf ulness.
Absolutely free from alum and other
Injurious substances*
geographical position makes it a
matter of a few years when thero
will be talk of being annexed to Van
couver."
Mr. Coldicott also mentioned that
the present reeve had promised bis
support in this campaign, having
agreed to keep out of the racce himself.
Messrs. Rumble and Weart. Ihe
other two candidates, have not yet
announced tlieir respective platforms.
Be as it may. all indications point
to a hot flght in that neck of Ihe
woods.
seconded it. The motion passed, and
tbe meeting of the committee was
called for nine o'clock on Saturday
morning.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
o Thc Easiest Way =
to Buy
Christmas Gifts
Asking For Honey
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"and we are ready to put a by-law to
the people at any time that we can
legally do so." But he could not se.;
how the council could guarantee the
expenditure of $35,000. which they
had not got.
Trustee John Peck then said that
the responsibility rested on the city
solicitor alone. ���The only sufferers
would be the children. "If the people understood that if we don't have
the money, their children can't have
the education, perhaps they would
come to the vote," he exclaimed.
Alderman Johnston then brought in
o
o
o
'i his motion to refer the matter to    a i ,j
lhe \ committee,     and    Alderman    Brvsonl
���classes Yiave been    curtailed    corres-l
it
Shopping by mail through
Ryrie'i Msil Order Department is just ������ satisfactory
as though you visited our
���tore in person.
With our new catalogue-
write for it, its free���you csn
choose your gifts in the quiet
of your own home without
any worry or trouble.
We prepsy all charges on
any article purchased from
us, guarantee its safe arrival,
and refund your money if you
are not satisfied.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Cauda'* l.jrgs.t Jewelry House
Jas. Ryrie, Pres.
Harry Ryrie, Sec.-Treas.
134-136-138 Yonge
TORONTO
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RAINCOATS
fes
Our guarantee that they will shed water in any weather, goes
with every coat we sell.
We have the Slip-On style with the Raglan shoulder in different shades.
Prices $10.00 up to $15.00
e
Ag't. for Jaeger Pure Wool Goods I   I Men's Clothing Made to Measure
A. S. Mills & Co.
S17 Columbia Street.
The House of Fashion Craft.
I
pondlngly. Politically speaking
never.wa��*��>tlme as it is today that
Jack is as good as his master. Th,)
taxpayer supplies the sinews of war,
the money that makes war possible
The statesman who speaks with the
;mth��rityTof many-tongued democracy-
is listened to iu the councils of the
nations with a degree of respect not
accorded to the mere lepicsentative
of special classes.
Sir Edward Grey learned foreign
politics in a good school. It was ar.
the foreign office that Lord Rosebery
made the reputation which warranted Mr. Cla.'.stone in selecting llose-
bery aa his successor ln the leadership of the Liberal parly. Rosebery's
most brilKant lieutenants were Mr.
Astiuith (qui Sir Edward Grey. Today
Lord Rotebcry is the Hamlet of politics, Mr. Asquith Is the premier, and
Sir Edward Grey is writing large
���on the political history of Europe
the salu'taff "fact that the most powerful political personage In Europe is
.the man who sanely and fearlessly,
without bluff or bluster, voices the
sentiments of the British proletariat,
and the sentiments of the Britains
beyond the seas.
POLITICAL SITUATfCM  IN
BURNABY  MUNICIPALITY
SHERIFF, ROSE & CO.
648 Columbia Street, Phone 832
POR  RENT
House on  ICighth
per month.
House on Cornwall Street, six
month.
Twelfth Street car line, house of six rooms.   $20 per month
Ranch of 86 acres on Yale road, about six miles from city
Avenue, modern,  five rooms,  bath;   nicv lot.    $2ft
rooms; convenient locution.   ?20 per
cleared; small house,
10 acres
barn.    $150 ;er annum.
Office on Columbia Street, central location; fitted with long counter
and partitioned.   $35 per month.
SHERIFF, ROSE & CO.
648 Columbia Street, Phone 832
��� The polilica! pot, which has beet:
sizzling in Buinaby lor sonic weeks,
started boiling this week, when
Councillor Coldicott fired the opening gun in his campaign for the
reeveship.
Speaking nt the North road school
house. Mr. Coldicott mei with a gooj
reception considering the fact that
the distiict does not enjoy any means
i of transportation, and was the hard-
���est hit in the recent light against tho
B. C. E. H. franchise, at the head of
which waa Mr. Coldicott.
Government by commission is Hie
<;hief plank in Councillor Coldicott's
plai form. He claims that the Interests
of the district, cannot bo attended to
properly by seven men who only de
vote their spare time to the work, lu
.an interview with a Dally News rep
resentatlve . yesterday, .Mr. Coldicott
was enthusiastic as to the outcome
of his fight for the office of reeve. "1
��m in this fight to a linish," he said.
"The people' did nol want to he saddled with a perpetual franchise with
thn tram#ay company, and that they
���endorsed my flght against it, ia
s'aown by the adverse vote against
che proposal. This municipality of
'Burnaby Is Just In its infancy, and it3
Homes poR ��ale
RICHMOND STREET���Fourth house from new school. Eight rooms,
pantry, bathroom, electric light, water, lot cleared and fenced, eight
bearing fruit trees, chicken house and run. Price $2750, $C50 cash,
balance one and two years at 7 per cent.
EIGHTH AVION I'E���Five-roomed house, modern, lot 44x148. Price
$2700, terms $800 cash, balance $225 every six months at 7 per  cent
interest.
WEAK EYES
We Absolutely Cure
you of   all symptoms   cf   eyestrain by   the   mere   use   of
glasses.
No More'Headaches
Come and let us help you to
regain proper vision and strong
eyea.
The Vancouver Institute
of OPTOMETRY
657 Columbia Street.    Upstairs
over Curtis Drug Store.
Phone 296.
Hours: Daily 0:30 a.m. to 5
p.m.; Saturdays until 9 p.m.
We
also do all Optical  Repair
Work.
APPLY   TO
P. PEEBLES
620 Columbia St.    Phone 307.
The World's Greatest Singers
THE FAMOUS
Mountain Ash Choir
of  Wales,  Great  Britain.
ST. PATRICK'S HALL
Wednesday, Dec. 6th
Tickets now on Sale at MacKenzie's Drug Store, corner of 6th and Columbia streets.   Prices $1.00, $1.50
I have just received  a
ment of
English
ship-
Silver
JUST THE THING FOR
CHRISTMAS.
Call and see it
All kinds of Watches Repaired. Worn
Guaranteed.
ANDREW CLAUSEN
541  Front St.
Near the Market
BURN OIL
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone 8eymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
Let Us Sell to You
Lot on Ninth Street, between Third and Fourth avSnues.    Price
$1550.   One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Seven Lots In Block, four of which are on Columbia street.   Price
$3150.   $1100 cash, balance to arrange.
I   Lot on Dublin Street, close to. Twelfth   street,   looking   south.
Price $1200.   $300 cash handles title, balance to arrange.
McGILL & COON
Phone 1004.
REAL  ESTATE  AGENTS.
Room 9, Bank of Commerce Building.
See Oar INew Lot Of
Ebony Brushes and Mirrors
ALL  PRICES
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
���PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
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CHRISTMAS
GOODS at
Chamberlin
THE
JEWELER
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.E. R*y
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturer* and Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Ns. 7 and 877.   Shingles, 8ash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1*11.
THE DAILY MEWS.
I MATTERS MARTIAL!
BY GARETH
i
A military concert under the supervision of Bandmaster Dagger, of the
Sixth Regiment, ls to be held ln the
Dominion Hall, Vancouver on December 18. There is an excellent program of old favorites to be presented,
and it ls safe to prophesy success for
the undertaking.
The sergeants mess of the same unit
are ivging their 'annual smoker cn
Friiay next. Everyone who bas attended one of these happy gatherings
has memories of nothing but tbe perfection of hospitality which ls accorded to all present. Good did "Harry's' cheery face beaming with gcwd
fellowship from out of a halo of smoke
is a memory that stays with one.
Military affairs are booming in Vancouver; in fact, things are Just about
as alive there as they are dead here.
Arrangements have been made by
Major McTavIsb, commanding the
18th Field Ambulance, whereby a sergeant and party of men proceed to St.
Paul's Hospital for practical Instruction in nursing duties. Tbls will probably be the most useful part of the
training of the rank and file, because,
however much is learned ln theory, it
Is of little use unless made clear by
practice. For instance, one might be
taught theoretically how to apply a
certain dressing, and learn how to do
it perfectly on an uninjured surface, but when applying the same to
an actual wound, the appearance of it
and other conditions would cause the
task to hecome quite a different matter; again one who has learned to apply splints to an uninjured member
might become entirely unnerved when
dealing with a nasty compound fracture.
The" medical men fill an extremely
useful civil mission ns well as their
military ono. By continually passing
men through their ranks with a fair
knowledge of first aid, surgical and
medical nursing, sanitation, etc. they
are disseminating throughout the community at large, knowledge extremely
useful, and whicli should be tbe
property of everyone. For this reason I think it Is a pity that tho
held ambulance units are laisod and
maintained ln cne city. Each unit la
divisible into three- sections and it
would be an easy matter to raise one
section and headquarters in one city
and the other two sections elsewhere.
Then in the case of a terrible calamity
arising, such  as an  earthquske cr a
great flre, tbere would be more likll
hood of having a unit of medical militia on the scene.
I hear great things of the Chilliwack
company and reports say that they
are approaching a very creditable
state of efficiency. Of course Captain
Cooto is a hard worker, and is, to my
mind, the very beau-ideal of a militia
officer, and backed up as be is by the
efforts of an extremely able, and experienced color sergeant, there is no
reason why he should not command
one of the smartest companies in the
Dominion. Of course tbe sloth tbat
exists at headquarters will always tie
as a millstone round the necks of the
detachment at Chilliwack, and unless
the cause of tbat Inertia is remedied,
or the officers at New Westminster
can be Inoculated with the virus of
epergy extracted from those of. C company the latter may find Itself dragged down into oblivion wilh its less
deserving brother companies.
The conference of officers at Headquarters is now a thing of the past
and what we have to watch for now is
results. Of course Colonel Hughes is
undoubtedly doing the right thing In
seeking the advice of the commanding officers of units who can tell him
far more about existing conditions
than the military experts from the imperial service who have been brought
out here; their usefulness is in another sphere, or course. One who is
not in direct contact with the men
who compose the various units can
possibly be in a position to judge what
Is most needed to make them soldier,
and it Is no good having elaborate
schemes of attack and defence drawn
up unless there are men available
with which to carry them out. There
Is no doubt that the active militia are
laboring under serious difficulties at
present which prevent them from becoming a factor to be regarded in a
serious light ln the event of war, and
those difficulties will probably have
been placed before the Minister of
Mllltla and Defence by those attending his conference, and it will be interesting to see to what extent he will
act upon the suggestions thus made
and what steps he will take to remedy
the defects now existing. The undoubted strides made by the late administration in the status of the force
were only a small beginning to the enormous amount of improvement that
is urgently needed and It is to be
hoped that under the present control,
the good wcrk started by Sir Frederick Borden wlll not be neglected.
SPORTS
BA8EBALL CAREER
OF  "JAKE"  STAHL
Boston, Nov. 30.���Garland J. (Jake)
Stahl, who comes to tbe Boston Americans after one season away fram tbe
national game and from tbe team in
wbich his ability as a first baseman,
hitter and captain has been most appreciated, wlll return to the Hub
team with all the best wishes of the
fans who have watched bis career in
' baseball.
i Stahl's career began when he was
in the University of Illinois, and
j when he was through with college
playing he came to the Boston Americans. This was in 1903. lie did
not have much chance to show what
he could do with Boston, and he was
sent to Washington. He was then a
catcher, and with the material at
hand, it was little wonder tbat h�� bad
no chance.
At Washington in 1904 he was
played at flrst base, and was made
manager of tbe team in that and the
two succeeding years. He went from
Washington to the New York Americans and from there came back to the
Boston Americans in 1908. his flrst appearance being on July 28, of that
year, when he took Bob Unglaub's
place at first base.
From the time of his second appearance on the Boston team he was
always a favorite, and his retirement
from the game after the season 1010
was sorely regretted by the management of bis team as well as by ihe
Boston fans. He bas been eagerely
sought since to cover the Initial sack
for the Red Cox, but has held out until now, when he has consented to
come back into the fold and show
how first base should be covered, and,
incidentally, hit out a few. *
dent appointing the council of tte
board to act in that capacity. Finally
to the- navigation committee was apportioned tbe duty of arranging the
demonstration on the beginning of
work on the Fraser river jetty.
Freddie Welsh Gets Decision.
Los Angeles. Nov. 30.���Willie
Ritchie, from the training camp of
McFarland, was substituted for Wolgast in the flght today and stayed
with Freddie Welsh for 20 rounds.
Welsh was given the decision, but
Ritchie made a great showing.
Packey MeFarlane Wins.
San Francisco, Nov. 30.���Packey
MeFarlane was awarded the decision
over Harlem Tommy Murphy at the
end of a 20 round contest today.
Packey had the lead all the way.
The Ladies of New Westminster May Now Have Beaqti-
ful Hair. Ryall the Druggist has the Article and Guarantees it to Grow Hair, or
Refund Your Money.
Ryall, the druggist, backed up by
the manufacturers of SALVIA, the
Great Hair Grower, guarantees it to
grow hair.
8ALVIA destroys Dandruff in tea
days. .   ,
The roots of the hair are so nourished and fed that a new crop of hair
springs up, to the amazement and delight of the user. The bair is made
soft and fluffy. Like all American
preparations SALVIA is daintily perfumed. It Is hard to flnd an actress
who does not use SALVIA contlm~
ally.
Ladles of society and Influence ose
no otber.
SALVIA Ib a non-sticky preparation,' and Is the ladles' favorite. A
large, generous bottle, 50c. The
Scobell Drug Co.. St. Catharines,
Canadian distributors.
A GOOD INVESTMENT I
i' r   Hiifni"
We are offering for sale a very desirable property in a live town
on the B. C. E. Ry.
The Price is $3500
and  the yearly rental  Is  $846.00.    Figure out tbe rate for yourself.
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,lfd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Street New .Westminster
XMAS
REMOVAL  NOTICE
After Monday next,. 4th of December, 'we snail be established In
.  TjMF'iMr premises at ISA Columbia Street, near the corner of Begbie
Street,  where we shall continue our   Brokerage   business   ln Real
Estate, Insurance and Loans.
Motherwell & Darling
BROKERS
ON VIEW AT
The Red Cross Pharmacy
Make Your Selection Now
Jelly To Be Built
(Continued from page one)
tinued their switching operations on
the street.
This matter was finally referred to
the transportation committee, ...to
which were added the names .of
Messrs. Lusby and Gillette. The <ih<?.>-
tion of the banquet was a'so put Into
the bunds of a committee, the^ praei-
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A New Lumber Yard
COME TO US FOR
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OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.
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PHONE  904.
(Old Glass Works Factory.
SAPPERTON.
Let us show you our beautiful line
of gifts. You will be charmed by
both the values and the prices.
Ce S. Davies
YOUR PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST
Cliff Block
New
Westminster.
Phone
B.C.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
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Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It ta the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happlnee* nre bunt of.
Money may be used ln two wnya; to   spend   for   what   ta
needed now and to Invest for what ahall be needed In tha future.   Money cannot be forested until lt to flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorised Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR. General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
DAYS BARGAIN SALE
Of Clothing and Furnishings
Starts Today
 t ...i       * ���*   ��� *   ��.>mt*Wi}.'t
if
Mien's Winler Overcoats,
Any Overcoat in the house Reduced   -   -   -   -
$30.00 Overcoats, with convertible collar;; - - -    ft      -
$25.00 Overcoats, in fancy diagonal stripes -
$20.00 Overcoats in fancy Tweeds and plain blacks
$18.00 Overcoats in fancy Tweeds and plain blacks ���;�����
$15.00 Overcoats in grey and plain black   ' - - *
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$22.50
'|l8.75
;$15.00
$13.50
. $11.25
Special in Men's Worsted and Tweed Suits
Regular $10.00 to $12.50 values," to cle.ar.at ,,, ,_M....$7.95
Regular $16.00 to $20.00 values, to clear at  $10.95
HEAVY WOOL  RIBBED UNDERWEAR���
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Tiger Brand, guaranteed unshrinkable; regular price*$1.00, sale price 75e
Laama Cashmere Half Hose; good! value at 35c Jhe pair; during sale four
pair for    ������<��� ...$1.00
, Bpys' and Children's Suits
25 Per Cent Off All Boys'Two-Piece D. B. Suits
e'lriiri'uiof) OSl v ��� 	
SPECIAL���Twenty Boys' Three-Piece Suits, sizes 30 to 33; values $4.76 to
$7.60, to clear at, the ault 13.50
twenty-flve Children's Blouse Suits;  regular $3.60 to $4.25,   to-   clear at.
,  the suit... �����. .��.i�� liiW
* Men's Heavy Wool Socks; regular 25 c and 30c values, to clear Ave pair
for  ..... .':;.'. ,\\���;.   :. .... ..|ij��
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I Hli PAiLY  NLWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER  1, 1911.
Great
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FURNITURE
ALTERATION
We do not believe In sales only when there is a definite reason.. We believe a store that sella at the lowest possible price right along, as we do, cannot reduce prices any lower.The only reason for thia aale is to
make room for extensive alterations.    Our rapidly increasing, business makes it necessary for us to thoroughly remodel our present premises, which work will commence immediately after Xmas.
Commencing Friday, Dec. 1st to Dec. 24th
We will be satisfied to clear our entire stock at a llttl! above cost. This Is the greatest boon.. Xmas shopper* ever had in New Westminster. We are going to make thlsTWENTY-FOUR-DAY SALE the talk of the city
for some time to come.   NO NEW GOODS will arrive until our alterations are completed, so bear in mind flrat come, first served.
The chances that every would-be home furnisher Is looking for are here; chances to buy the most reliable furniture at great savings are yoursfor the taking. On this page we give a few of the bargain that we are offer-
ing. These are Just picked up at random from our Show Room floors, merely sugestlons of hundreds of otner bargains equally as tempting. A DEP08IT WILL HOLD ANY ARTICLE. Remember morning shopping of-
fers the best opportunities for careful selection.
Solid Oak Mission Rockers
$2.90
AND ARM CHAIR TO MATCH.
Upholstered leatherette   seat,   very   strongly   made
-it will be a bargain to those who may secure   a
pair.
Pictures, $1.50
BEAUTIFUt    LANDSCAPES    IN    GILT    FRAME,
SEA-GRASS   CHAIRS. .��.
All our new sea-grass chairs selling at sale prices.
Couches, $4.50
Upho's'ered In Volour or Tapestry; 28 inches wide,
6 feet long; good springs;  only   M.50
Morris Chair, $11.90
Select Quartered Oak, with magazine stand on
cach tide; spring seat and back; well worth $16.00.
Sale  Price $11-90
Parlor-Suites
167.00  Suite  for $49.00
$55.00 Suite for      $39.00
$46.00 Suite for      $35.00
These Suites are made of select bench mahogany,
beautifully polished, upholstered In silk. The only
reason for such a cut ls, we must make room for
alterations.      | J  I    ' |;  |  ij  |  <J J rtl r$ fcja.j  i'i
Couch
8oltd oak mission frame; regular $26.50 for $19.75
This Couch ls very suitable for the den or library,
having a deep mission  oak   frame  with   magazine
box at tbe head,   upholstered   in   loose,    patriotic
cushions; for $19.75
Mission Chairs, Rockers
For the den or library. Everyone has come to
know of our beautiful den chairs, in solid oak and
genuine leather. These are all to be cleared at a
little above cost.   Here's your chance.
Great Bargains in Bedroom Furniture
Bedroom Dresser and Stand
$9.90
Dresser has tU ree drawers and British plate mirror,
with washstand to match; has door and cupboard.
Get your share of these.
Great Mattress Values
Cotton top; tu II   size    $2.50
Cotton top and bottom; fancy ticking  $3.75
Superior felt lined Mattress; fancy ticking $5-53
CRT OUR PRICES ON THE "RESTMORE."
Iron and Brass Beds
If ycu were haying beds in wholesale quantities, wa
doubt if ycu could do any better tban the prices we
offer. We have cut the prioes of every bed to the
limit.   Here they are:
Full size  Bed; very strong  ��� .$2.75
Full-size Brass Rail Bed   $5.25
Fu 1-size Brass and Iron Bed  $11.90
Full-size Brass Bed    $15.75
Bedroom Furniture
Our entire stock of Bedroom Dressers and stands
cut to the limit. We have every style and finish that
can be desired, with oval, round or square mirrors.
See the selection as we have reduced our entire
stock of Dressers to a little above cost.       ��
$27.50        Solid Oak        $27.50
Dresser and Washstand
Did ycu ever bear tbe like of it? You will have a
chance to "but t in," If you are here early enough.
Bed Springs
WOVEN    WIRE CABLE   SUPPORTS, $1.95.   #
Better quality Springs, extra heavy double-woven
wire cable edge; very strongly supported. This ia
an e ctpt'o.mlly good spring and one that we can
recommend.   S pecial Sale Price   $3.90
$1.50 Inlaid Linoleum $1.25
The very best inlaid that ia made.    It is' "A," or
flrst quality. It is perfect in every  way.     While  it
las'.s, at per square yard  $1-25
$1.00 Inlaid for      85c
BRING YOUR MEASURES.
Heavy Printed Lin-1
oleum
A splendid range to select from; all perfect "A.l."
goods, in floral and block patterns, These are Nain's
quality.
75c Linoleums 55c
550 Linoleums *5c
British Brussels and Tapestry Squares
Our Squares are known all over the city for style, quality and low price. This sale affords a wonderful
opportunity of getting our reliable squares at a fraction of their regular value.
0x9 Brussels $16.25
0\in-6   Brussels      " $17.75
9x12 Brussels $21.00
11-3x12 Brussels      $27.50
11-3x13-6   Brussels      .$29.75
11-3x15 Brussels; extra heavy quality  $39.00
9x9 British Tapestry     .$7.50
9x10-6 British Tapestry       _ $8.90
9x12 British Tapestry       $10.00
10-6x12 B itlsb Tapestry       $13.75
10-6x13-6 Brltls h Tspestry  $15.00
EVERY    CARPET   IN   THE   STORE   REDUCED
IN PRICE. i
Extension Tables
The prices we mention bolow
If you have an Eastern catalog
compare our prices. We have
Comparison reflects greatly to
$3.75 buys a nicely polished Din
to four feet.
$7.90 buys a golden finished Tab
$12.90 buys a solid oak Table.
$15.75 buys a Pedestral Table;
$29.00 buys a genu'ne qusrerei
fully marked top; extends to  e
These are the best values in
Westminster.
seem almost ridiculous for the West,
ue by you, it will be interesting   to
examined  many  and  know  that   the
our credit,
lng Table, In Mission finish; opens u
���ns up
Ie; with leaves to extend te six feet.
extends to elx feet; htavy legs,
round top; extends to six feet.
oak, round  Pedestal  Table;   beautl-
Ight feet.
Extension Tables ever offered ln New
fJP!<l i !
Dining Chairs
None of our competitors have ever
equalled this offer, which tells Its
own story of this star's supremacy
In value. We advise every housekeeper to take advantage of this
offer.
SET OF SIX DINING CHAIRS
FOR  $9.75.
Set of six good heavy Diners; with
arm chair to match.    Exceptional
value       $13.25
Set of six so'ld oak Dining Ch In;
with arm chair to match $15.25
Buffets and Sideboards
LARGE  SIDEBOARD  FOR $16.50.
Good drawer and cupboard space, '
with large mirror.
HEAVY SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD
$28.75.
Three drawers and large cupboard;
British  plate mirror;   with   shelf
above.   An exceptionally flne sideboard.
SOLID  OAK   BUFFET $29.75.
Never before at the price In Weatmlnster. There sre only a few at
the price.   A deposit will hold lt.
Seasonable Savings
Down Comforters;    extra   special
aale price at   $4.75
Cotton Comforters;
price	
epeelali   aale
 $1.26
Comforter; sxtra site; covered In
silkoline; hand tufted. Eitra special      $2.75
Lace Window Shades 35c
*
Mounted on Hartshorn Rollers,
with tassel and brackets complete.
Library
Tables
$7.50
Solid oak, missies finish, with draw.
Our entire stock ef library tablee reduced. 1
Buy sow st a fraction of their
value.   We will etore them till Xm&s.
Secretaries, Just as Cut
$6.75
We have an enomous stock of
ladles' Oak Secretaries la golde* and
mission finish. All reduced away
down. t
Music Cabinets $5.25
Mahogany finish to match ��� plaao.
Five shelves for masle. Others at
$7.50, $9.00, $11.00, ��p to $16.00. All
rpdueed.
Parlor Tables $2.90
In Solid Oak and Mahogany finish.
Our fhll lino la In for Xmaa selling���
and aol! wo must���you will find some
wonderful bargains.   Coma early.
WANTED
Two Furniture Salesmen, Two Handy Boys.
Man With Horse and Express Wagon till Xmas.
NNY
ROSS
43-45-47 Sixth Street.   Sale prices ?^e cash on delivery. A deposit will hold any article. New Westminster, B.C.
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I FRIDAY, DECEMBER  1, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Out to flay
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December list of Victor Records out today comprises a variety of
selections whicb excels by far that of any other month ever issued.
The flve selections mentioned in this advertisement are but a few
of the many records taken from December's list and each   one
should be in every home.
10-INCH DOUBLE-SIDED (90c for the two)
16983   On   the   Bospheorous���Intermezzo (Lincke)
Whistling���Cuido Gialdini
Dollar Princess Msdley (Leo Fall)
Whistling���Guido Gialdini
16992   Who Are You with Tonight ? (Williams-Van
Alstyne)���Billy Murray
We All Fall (Goodwi n-Meyer)    Billy Murray
16991    In the Golden Afterwhile (F. Stanley Grinsted)
Peerless Quartet
Don't Blame Me for Lovin' You (Harris)
Peerless Quartet
16996    O, Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fidells���with Chimes)
Christmas Hymn Portugallo) Trinity   Choir
Joy to the World (watts-Handel) Christmas Hymn	
! Trinity Choir
10-INCH RED 8EAL, $1.25.  (Another Irish Ballad by McCormack)
64205    MacusKIa   (Rowe-Mac Murrough)   John McCormick
Have you heard the wonderful Victor Puzzle Record ?
Six selections on one disc.   Price $1.00.
Call at the nearest Victor-Berliner Dealers and hear these records
today.
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited, Montreal
New Victor Records
FOR DECEMBER
All These Goods Can Be
Purchased At
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC
OVER   A CENTURY.
LAND ACT.
419 Columbia St.     New. Westminster
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading Lo.
Manufacturers and Dealers la All Kinds ol
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,  DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY QLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone  It Now Wsstmlnstsr Bos  W
W. R. GILLEY, Phono 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phono 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now ia the time to build for aale or rent while prices are low
Fresh Sealshipt Oysters
are again on sale by P. Burns & Co., Limited. Try
a quart and be assured they are the best you have
ever had.
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR TI*E HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
Alexander Renau Was Born in Reign
of George  III.
Halleybury, Nov. 30.���Erect, hale
and hearty, Alexander Henau. of
Halleybury fs a living advertisement
of the virtues that exist in the non-
observance of the maxims of our
grandfathers. He will celebrate his
106th birthday in less tban two weeks
from now, Dec. 10, to be' precise an.1
has made a constant use of tobacco,
both smoking and chewing it Bince he
was 11 years old. He also was a moderate drinker of alcoholic beverages
untll seven years or so ago
when he was seized with the Idea,
that as he had come to live ln close
proximity to places where liquor could
be obtained with ease, he had better
cut it out as a too great facility for
obtaining beverages might lead him ta
over-indulge in them.
Alexander was born in St. Paul,
Quebec, Dec 10, 1806, when Napoleon was the dictator in Europe outside of England, and when George
the Third was on tbe throne of the
only country in Europe that was able
to offer any serious opposition to Napoleon's conquering march.
From his earliest youth. Alexander
Renau was habituated to a life of
rough work and as he himself states,
was almost born with an axe in his
hand. Lumbering was tbe one Industry apart from trapping and the small
amount of elemenary farming that
was pursued In those remote days in
Quebec. Lumbering and farming have
been the chief occupations of his life,
and yet the feel of an axe is pleasant
to his hands and his great age does
not prevent him from wishing to be
out aeain at the timber. Schooling
of a formal nature never came his
way, but the deeper schooling that
coir-es of shrewd observation of his
fellow men carried on for over a century, has made a thoroughly educated
man of Alexander Renau, who Is able
to i elate endless strings of entertaining r�� miniscences, although he was
never taught to convey them to paper.
After tlie manner of his countrymen he married young; and was blessed with 12 children, who in turn have
brought him nearly 40 grandchildren
and already there are half a score of
great grandchildren who can claim a
living ancestor in Alexander Renau.
Mr. Renau is still in perfect health
and bas all hiB faculties, his eyesight
and hearing being unimpaired.
New Westminster Land District, District of New Westminster.
Take notloe that I. Walter S. 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 the eaBt bank of Twenty Five Mlle
creek, running 80 chains north, thence
80 chains east, tbence 80 chains
south, thenee 80 chains west to point
of commencement and containing C10
acres more or less.
Date, September ISth. 1911.
WALTER 8. ROSE,
Name of Applicant (In full).
JAMES O. McRAE.
Agent.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TRAWLING FOR COD.
Method by Which Millions of Pounds
Are Taken Yearly.
Trawling is the most common way
of taking codfish, says the Edison
Monthly. Two men put pat in a dory
and anchor a pair of buoys a short
distance apart. A little further on
they set a second pair.
A line or trawls is ft'-etched between each pair; hooks are attached
at distances of about foot and each
hook  is  baited  with a herring.
"There is no bigger fool than a her-
ling,"   ls   a   common   shying   among
the' fishermen. They are the prey for
eve;y fish, particular'y the cod, and for
this reason as well as for the ease
with which they are caught, herrings
are used as bait.
A ring of slneder saplings, known
as a herring wier, is built In one of
the numberless little bays along the
coaBt of Maine. The saplings are set
about six inches apart with a funnel
shaped entrance at one si le. A
straight line of saplings running
through the mouth bf the funnel turns
the fish into the weir, where they
swim round and round in circles until the tide falls.
Then fishermen go out after them
In boats and take them up by the netful. No> net encircles the weir and
nothing but the herring's stupidity
prevents it turning to one side and
swimming to liberty. Instead of
turning, though, lt goes around In n
circle.
From three to flve million pounds
of cod are shipped annually to New
York, to be shredded and packed ln
boxes and sent to every part of the
country.
Re Lots 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, K'ock 2; Lou
1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Bock 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, 15, 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, ln the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer: Ideate of Title Number 19478F i susd
in tbe name of Tbe Bldwell Bay and
Belcarra Company, Limited, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
Distiict Registrar of Titles.
Land Reg'stry Office, New Westminster, B.C., November 20, 1911.
LAND  REGI8TRY ACT.
Re a part (10 acres) of a portion
of Lot 273, Group 2, New Westminster District:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 1199F, issued
in the name of George Carter, has
been filed in this office. ���
Notice is hereby given that I shal'.
at the expiration of one month, from
the date of the first publication'hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate,
unless in tha. meantime valid objec
tion be madeio me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land ��� Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Oct. 31, 1911.
SPIRITUALISM
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada aad
Newfoundland, ana ln London, England, Naw York, Chicago aad Spokane,'
D.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents la all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dsrertmeni���Deposits
received In sums ot fl and upward,
uid Interest allows! at S par cent par
tnnum  (present rata).
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
WHITE STAR *
CANADIAN SERVlfr.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phono 108.     P. O. Boa 145.
Office, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���Hoe 'Phone 188.     ean 'Phone 1��
Begbie Street.
���acgafe   oeiiveroa    promptly    .e
aay part at _* elty
LARGEST STEAMERS
SAILING FROM CANADA
Christmas Sailings
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool,
Megantic" Saturday, Dec. 9
Due Liverpool   Dec. 16
"Teutonic" Thursday, Dec. 14
Due  Liverpool    Dec. 21
Steamers sail from Halifax early
next day, connecting with trains from
the West.
White Star S.S. "Laurentic" and
"Megantic" are the largest, fllnest
and most modern from Canada,
Elevators, lounges, string orchestra,
etc. First, Becond and third class
passengers carried.
White Star S.S. "Teutonic" and
Dominion Line 8.8. "Canada" carry-
one class cabin (II) and third class
passengers  only.
Por reservations and tickets apply to
ED GOULET, C. P. R. Depot
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
Company's office. 619 2nd Ave.,
Seattle.
OFFICE���TFAM DEPOT
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Lower Rates
Are now In effect via ths Grand Trunk
Railway System to Atlantic Porta In
connection with tickets to Great Britain and thc Continent.
DECEMBER 2nd
8peclal Tourist Sleeper will leave Vancouver for the accommodation of
those going to the Old Country, for thc
holidays.
8.8. "PRINCE RUPERT" leaves from
Johnson's Wharf at 12 midnight every
Saturday for
VICTORIA AND SEATTLE.
EVERY MONDAY FOR
PRINCE RUPERT.
Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islands
and to points east of Prince Rupert on
Grand Trunk Paciflc Railway. For
tickets, sailing lists, time tablei and
rull Information apply to
H. G. SMITH, C.P.AT.A. Tel. Say. 7100
L. V. DRUCE. C. A.        Tel. Sey. 3060
527 Grandvllle 8trest. Vancouver.
A Spiritual meeting will be held at
Mr. I. Clark's residence, Inman avenue. Central Park, near station,
Thursday evening at 8 p.m. All are
welcome.    Literature for  sale.       *'
The
Royat Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve   7,200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic,
ln Cuba throughout the island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
9
CANADIAN PACIFIC
.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A ,M Dally except Tuesday
1:00 P.  M Dally
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For Seattle.
."Daily
.Daily
10:00 A. M	
11:00 P.  M	
For Prince Rupert and Alaska
11:00 P. M...Nov. 4th, 12th, Dec. 8th.
Fer Queen Charlotte Islands.
11:00 P. M...Oct. 31, Nov. 11th, 25th
For Hardy Bay.
8:30  A.  M Wednesdays
Fer Upper Fraser  River  Points.
Leave New Westminster, 8:00 A.M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack. 7:00 A. M.. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For C'ulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Galiano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganes Hr. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford, and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meot every Monday In Labor nail,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, husiness agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 608, Residence nhone 501.
F. G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
Mo' %*���*. Aa
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER    TBIJ8T     BLOCK.
Phona 681. ' '       So�� 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
YES, m CAN
CLEAN IT
Our process of Dry Cleaning
and Dying is MARVELLOU8.
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to cast
aside.
Phone R278 for the Best Work.
Gent's Suitt Pressed   -   75c
Gent's Suits Cleaned $1.50 np
ROTmTcnr
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyers
G. F.  BALDWIN, PROP.
345 Columbia Street. I
���|'iili' i-   i    ��i im
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8ft to 26 H. P.
I and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone 63.
Tenth  St.,  New  Wsstmlnstsr.
Phone 388.
P. O. Bex 887.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description ��� - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, Naw Westminster.
\
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 870.
Sole agent* lor
Hire's Root Jfor
Mihenl Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by   r
. 3*, HENjypiY
���.     .NEW WESTMINSTER, t. C._i: .
Telephone R 11J bfflce: PHnteaa St
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready tofc 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 on Sayings
Balancesjutf-yearly.   ::
Bnsiness |Aecotmts   opened
oa favorable terms.   ::   *i
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS $48,000,000
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���     -
THE DAILY NEWS.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Olvan.
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phona 887
B.C
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B, Of
���RANCH
8H ColumWa Str
HORSE
BLANKETS
WE have on hand a
full line of Horse
Blankets, Buggy Rugs and
Waterfront Covers. The
Prices are Rjghfc and the
Quality is Guaranteed.
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THE DAII.tf NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911.
SEE OUR STOCK OF
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City News
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CAfcVEfcS,
BRA$S,.��0PPER and
TABWE CUTLERY
GltMW��*AFETY
RAZORS
ANNJBJf S LUSBY I
634 Cblutabla St.
Mr. John B. Gray was elected a
member .of the board of trade at the
meeting last night.
Raincoats that are rainproof. A. S.
Mills & Co., 517 Columbia street.     ���*
Little Alfred Howard Mlers passed
away yesterday at the Koyal Colum
bian hospital. The boy was '
eight months old aud was the
Mr. Ed. Mlers, who lived at
ner of Fifth and Sixteenth.
Miss Cave-Browne-Ca
**
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C
Member of the Incorporat
of Musicians  (En
(Successor to Mrs. '
Aa
A Society
J*aS*\%.
xrnti*** V>odd.)
Teacher of P^rf^Violin,
*���*?*��� IWm*  Harmony,
r��un .*W*t*   **d   Musical
Fc
nt-i
. th&'iri
>aiy
v�� wi
that *C**>
Ice cream, all fruit
delivered.   Phone
,��drors, pT&mptly
,lf>.   L A. ReM.    ���
Look!   Mis
dren's She
Front st
j**. Women's  aad Chiles at tempting prices.   641
j**A. ������
Frepan** t*aw2frtoites for Teachers'
Diplomas, 'Licentiate and Local exam
'ibatioas <bf the Associated Board of the
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Mute. Has had numerous
successes in past years.
Por terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phone LS38.
PtiVtiS *W*%t! V -'ii/*19 Hamilton St.
D-l^cELRPY
Chimney Sweajblna,"-
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc
Do you consider that you are
doing your full duty to your
family when you have not
made provision for them in
the event of your death. It
is a small item of expense,
but the benefit is incalculable. Come in and see me
about it.
7".
Alfred W. McLeod
iNSURANCL^^
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
a crowd of B. C. E. R. 'conductors
and motormen attended yesterday at
the funeral of Conductor -MjgP^WP'fe*
died from exposure, when ff^l^ii^
up tbe line towards Cliilliwack. The
ceitsttLony was performed by Rev.
Dawn tn the chapel at Murchie &
Sou's undertaking rooms at -' p.m.
Stop! Consider! It rays to Invest
your money ln rihees of quality. Come
in and invent.   C41 Front street. ������
Tbe Knights <of Columbus made
merry last evonlng. The Royal City
local council (entertained about 60
members of ithe Vancouver council,
and worthily upheld tbe repute of this
popular order as hosts and good fellows.
Headaches caused from defective
eyesight. Get your eyes tested by
a graduate optician, and have your
glasses made to suit, satisfaction
guaranteed. VV. Gifford Optical Parlors, in T. Gifford's jewelry store.   **
Tbe monthly .record of the police
court proceedings for November
shows a total of (!T cases dealt with,
of which drunk and disorderly and
vagrants form about three-<|iiarteru.
The exact figures are 28 drunks, 11
drunk and disorderlies, and 13 rags.
Three assaults were also tried by the
magistrate, and live by-law cases.
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves
Blackman >:er wharf at 2 o'clock. **
For Sale���Fifty pairs men's le?
hoots. Absolutely solid leather
throughout. They'll go fast at $3.96,
641 Front street. *��
Bargains ! Fifty pairs ladies'
shoes. Values up to j'i.no. Special
price $1.50.    (itl Front  street.      ���*
Are you married ? Then don't pay
rent. We furnish the money to hull 1
and you repay It same as rent. National Finance Co., Ltd., 521 Columhla
street. ���*
1
Bo lt now���whnt t Give us that lis*-
iug.    National  Finance Co., Ltd., 521
| Columbia street. **
Wt WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
Wo have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
SS Begbie Street.
SMITH'S
Bargains
Look !
Ash Street, near 4th Street
large lot, double
$30 per month.
house; rents for
$3000
Very easy terms.
Sandringham Avenue
Seven rooms, modern bungalow.
$3500
$500 cash, balance $25 per month.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
Mirny Exceptional Bp,rgains Make frWay Shopping Profitable. Marly
Unusually Good Suit Bargains for Friday
Vahm Regular to $30.00.   Friday Bargain, $15.00
W<n*^vSU��n \l ""V ���W" ������� <*����������. *�� Homeepaaa. Serges and Plain Ooths; a shade to suit every
sEEfe. i!L �� !"^\! *yU5. many prett�� un<**<l effects; short coats and plain tailored skirt with
i����inel, ��ma M to ��0 bust.    ����u should certainly aee these wonderful bargain suits Friday.
'������**% & M.v
FISH MARKET
"I
That Cold Wave
Are you prepated for it?
No article of clothing will afford
you such protection and comfort
in cold weather as an
Give me yctar older for one right
away and select from a beautiful
line of mnteri^^Tyeeds in diagonal and h��rtn'ns^i��)e effects, and
the old i favori(4��^Meltons, Chev-
iots, Beavers,''
Five room houre. mo lem for rent.
$1.S per month. National Finance Co.,
Ltd., 621  Columbia stieet. **
William Woodward died at Vancouver on Wednesday at the age of 55
years. The body will be brought to
New Westminster for burial on n
Special car this morning. The de
ceased was an uncle of Dr. F. P
Smith, of this city. Center & Hanna
have charge of the funeral arrangements.
537 Front St.
Phone 301
���to $40.00
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lorne Street, New Westmlnater.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles ln 6 to 14 days. 50c.
Fresh Salmon (half or whole), lb..10c
Fresh Cod (half or whole), per lb..  8c
Fresh Herring,  1 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Soles, 2 lbs. for  25c
Smoked Salmon and Halibut, lb.. 15c
B.&M. Brand Kippered Salmon, lb.15c
Finnan Huddle, 2 lbs. for  25c
Labrador Salt Herring, per doz...50c
Large Fast-em Oysters, rer pine.50c
Mallards, per brace   $1.25
Delivery 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Underskirts Priced for Quick Selling
Values to $3.25.   Friday Bargain, $1.50 Each
Wonieri't Underskirts of (Moire and Sateea;; "wllti na rrow and (Jeep flounce; the Bhades are green, brown,
old *ose, rea*la and  black;  all sises; ian ��Kcept|onal offer.    Friday, each     91.50
Dressing Jackets Friday Priced to Half
'K��re's an Instance wero .vou save m-tefti toy Friday shopping. The��e> Jackets are of a heavy grade
eashmerette; trimmed with colored siueen band; many pretty figured patterns; tn shades of red, blue,
pink, oky.  and navy; a. size tor eniasy (figure; regular price %l.i*t).    Friday bargain, each       75c
Corsets a Wonderful Bargain
85c Pair Friday
'-Women's IX & A. MwBtil Corsets; amrfR->:of fin�� grade co-utm��c; ln white; extra strong caped steels; medium bvst and 1**vk hip strte; ttxm '.hos�� supporters sizes 18 to 29; only a limited number of sizes, ck>
get bene early.
Buy Women's Underwear Now
'You need no rsmladar from -ob >t'hat 'Underwear UVtie ls here- The question Is where to get the besl
values. Here ytta -will ftn* -evany iwollknawn rftpntabfc- make; women's fine and heavy ribbed vests
ln shade* of nafcirral and ociiite; -long eleeves; open front; lace trimmed; drawers to match; ankle
length;   in ope* ror closed styles;   values .regular  75c.    Friday  bargain,  garment       50c
��� *s*****a***^a**s**aj**a*a***^****j^j*j^***.^a.**^*&**^a^*s*ir****rar*a****r>sa*a**r^ar^saj>**r /wwwwwvwwww>Mvwv>^Aiw
Children's Dresses, Price Much Reduced
RepflerVakefto $4.00.    Friday Bargain, $1.50 Each
'Children's l>rts^ee In flanntil, passumH and sergem; ��ne-pleae styles; in shade* of blue, brown and grey;
size* fitting 1 %*> U'l  years.
I
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Terms���Casn.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front St.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
CAOBORY'S
CH0C01ATK
IN GREEN BOX
% *T
Mpt DRUG STORE
Deane Block-   141 Columbia St
New Westminster, B.C;'
A SNAP IN
LOTS
(969) Sixteen Inrge lots fronting on a graded street and just off
Second street, one of the wideM streets in this city These lots aro
almost cleared and offer an exceptional opportunity as an Investment or for a contractor in search of cheap sites for Inexpensive
cottages. i   ).< ..< *��� >���   '���   !
Price $500 Each
Terms: $100 Cash, balance 5, 12,
18 and 24 months.
Building Is active In this district where over forty houses have
been built during the past year and every one has been sold or
rented.   For sale en bloc or in single lots.
Established   1801,   Incorporated   1905.
23F.J.tlart&ffl.ltd.
New Wc��tr��tln��tcr
Head Office,' New Weetmlneter.     Wrenches et Vaneouver    Victoria,
ChHIIwaefc and Alder greve, B.C. '
BOY'S   SUITS   KKtSSW.   AT KTHfl   PRICES.
Xow Is the time to buy a suit for the little fellows
For tmrii a price as asked tor thorn- .suits Friday
you" ccmldn't buy the roaAerials; made of Scotch
Tweeds; In shades of green and grey; sizes to fit
3 to 6 years; Norfolk style*:; regular lvalues 12.75.
Friday Bargain, each  $1.75
HOME BARGAINS FOB FIU1��AY.
'It is no secret that our Hosiery Section afters greater
bar-ruins than anywhere ln the city. Friday we
offer a few lines that are pototlvely stunning val-
���uee-
3 Children'* black cashmere hose In assarted rtbs;
'b.aok only; sizes 6to 10; extra weight; mostly with
double knees; regular values to 135. Friday bar-*
���gain, per pair SS*
Wome-b's hlach cashmere hoae; good weight; extra
*o>ft finish and full fashioned; all sizes; value*
-regular  35c.    Friday bargain,  por pair   ....   25c-
GLOVES FOK QUICK SELLING.
Regular values 05c; Friday bargain, 85c Pair.
"Women's heavy suede finished gloves; two doms
fastener; in shade* of natural, lv��ry, brown and
<b'Ad<; all sizes.
Tunc-   tinsel and beaded  ncarfs;  In  all  colors;  full
else; Tfcg. values $1.50. Friday bargain, each $1.00
Fancy brojoohes and belt pins; gUt and roman gold;
with pearl and rhlnestone settings; regular val-
um lo $1.0-0.    Friday bargain, each 50o
Tarns, fleeced wool and caimel hair; assorted colors;
regular lvalues to 60c.    Friday bargain 1 for 25c
KGKIMS GREATLY REDUCED FOR FRIDAY
Values Regular 40c; Friday Bargain 25c Per Yard.
The really remarkable value attached to this scrim
offering should make it one ot Interest to every
housewife. 40-lnch Colonial Scrims; all good
paiu.-r.sn and large assortment of colorings. Get
here early and have first choice.
ORETOXNE BARGAINS.
Colored Curtain Cretonnes; in fancy floral effects;
shades of red. green and blue; widths 40 to 44
Inch** values regular to 35c. Friday -bargain, per
yard 15c
BUY PILLOW OASES FRIDAY.
85a Per Pair.
Pillow cases of English cotton made with deep hem;
size 40 Indus.     A special for Friday.
FLANNELETTE OFFERING.
Reg Values 20c. .Friday Bargain 15c Per Yard.   '
36-lnch 'Heavy English  Flannelettes,      Twills,   and
Double Warp;  big assortment of stripe patterns;
In shades of pink, sky, fawn and grey.'
72-Inch full bleached -English Sheeting; extra quality; regular value 35c.    Friday bargain, yard 25c
BLANKETS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED.
7-Ib. Grey Blanket; heavy wool fleeced; soft finish;
Size 64x12 Inches; regular  $6.00.     Friday  bargain,
per pair $5.00
10j4 Flannelette Blankets soft wool finish; In grey
and white; with colored border, Friday bargain,
per pair tOo
White Flr.nnelette Blanket size 68x81 inches; with
pink, border; heavy grade; regular values $1.50.
Friday bargain, per pair     $1.25
Xmas       i
Neckwear
*-^ l L^IMI*
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
lAAAAA^^^^^^^^^^^AA/W^^AAAAMa
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent
421 Coiunuta St.
INTERURBAN  TRAMS.
Westminster branch. ��� Can
leave for Vancouver at 6, 6:45
a.m. and every IB minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Last
car 12 p.m. Sunday leaves at
6, 7, 8 a.m. and evorjr IS mln*
utes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch.���Cara
leave for Vancouver everr hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby lino.���Cara leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley Una. ��� Can
eave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9.30 a.m., 1.28 and
6.10 p.m.
Huntingdon and way polnta,
leavea at 4.0S p.m.
EXCURSION TO*
CMUWAd
The B. C. B. R. Co. offers reduced ratea of a faro and a
third for weak and tripa to all
polnta on Ita Fraaer Valley
Una
Tickota will ba on aale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return .until Monday.
MAKS  YOUR  PLANS TO
TAKK  THIS  ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLOMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANIT.
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