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SNAP IN WEST END.
One   acre   subdivided   en   Seventh
Avsnus (upper  side).   14000;   one-
third caah, balance ft.   12   and   18
months.
WHITE. 8HILE8 & CO.
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roomed Bungalow; ********
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WHITE, SHILES A CO.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 230.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY  MORNING. DECEMBER 6, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
HIGH COMMISSIONER
WiU   Sir   Wilfrid   Succeed
Lord Strathcona?
REPOIT   IS   REAFFIRMED
���   -t
New York Despatch Has It Mantle of
Grand Old Man Wlll Fall on
Great Liberal Leader.
New York, Dec. 4.���Complete credence Is given in Canadian circles here
to a special cable to the New York
American which says: The American
is reliably Informed from a high anl
confidential source that Sir Wilfrid
Laurier will soon succeed Lord Strathcona In London as the Canadian high
commissioner. After the recent sensational Canadian elections, Lord
Strathcona made one of his many
flying  visits  to    the    Dominion,    in
TO BEGIN WORK ON
NEW HOTEL TODAY
Building  Will   Contain   Hundred  and
Sixty-five Rooms���Mr. Peters, of
Premier Hotel, Owner.
The end of New Westminster's development |s a long way off. The
latest newa in tnis respect la an announcement that Mr. Peters, who lately sold tbe Premier hotel, will erect
a two story hotel on the corner of
Eighth and Carnarvon streets. This
building will be an Imposing block,
as it Is planned to contain 165 room',
and will be of modern finish throughout.
The work of erection haa been undertaken by Smith & Whitaker, well
known contractors, who. built thc
school house on Lulu island. Today
Foreman L. A. Olmstead will put bis
men to work on tbe site. Building
operations wlll begin at once, and be
carried tbrough without delay.
INDUSTRIAL LANDS
ON LULU ISLAND
Rents Made    Adjustable    Decennially
and Leases Granted Made Non-
Transferable.
Considerable discussion was raised
at the council meeting last night over
the question of leasing 15    lots   on
RUSSIA- IN PERSIA CAPITAL IS CHOSEN
Turkey in Spite of Italy Takes
a Hand.
COSSACKS NfAR  TEHERAN
Russians at Reaht Disarm Local Military and Occupy Telegraph
Office.
Berlin, Dec. 4.���A despatch fiom
Constantinople states that Turkey, as
a countermove to Russia's action in
Persia, is preparing to send tbo
Sixth army corps towards the Persian
frontier.
Turkey has long been endeavoring
to secure a hold ln (iorthern Persia
and desires a share ln the eventual
partitioning of Persia, which Russia regards as a strategic menace.
London,. Dec. 4.���A Times dlspatc'j
from Teheran says advance piirtlcj
of 400 Russian troops are reported lo
be nearing Teheran, lt is probable,
says the dispatch, tbat some resistance will be ofTered to tbe advance.
Tbe Daily Telegraph's St. Petersburg correspondent says that if Persia
accepts the ultimatum by the time ths
Russian troops reach Kasbin, the
troops will withdraw. It not, they
will advance oh Teheran and remain
there until complete satisfaction is
given.
Teheran. Dec. 4.���Tbe Persian assembly resigned today. A body of
Cossacks have arrived to prot, ct the
Russian legation. Two bodies ot Cossacks have reached Kasbin.
The  Russian troops at Resht have
Nanking     Chief     City    of
Chinese Republic.
BRITAIN MARES FIRST MOVE
Japanese Reported to Be Assisting the
Rebels���Yuan Shi Kai Believed
In Danger.
MINERS KILLED IN
NICOLA COAL MINE
of   10 per
cent, on a valuation of $25 per fron;
sir Wilfrid laurier Ifoot- or a rent of *2-50 V** front f��ot
Whe. according to New York report   a *���r frof tbf ^haake Machinery
f.om London, is to succeed company.  Joseph  Crane   shipbuilder,
Lord Strathcona. *and    the    Westminster Woodworking
-' company, who are tbe parties ready ro
older, as he   told   his   friends,   "to   take the" property at this price on   a
Lulu island Just below the bridge to disarmed the local Persian military
three Industrial companies, which j ftnd occupied the telegraph office,
wish to begin operations on this pro- They are acting as if war had been
perty. These lots have a waterfront-! declared. Two thousund additional
age of, roughly, 60 feet apiece, and i Russian troops have arrived from
measure about 200 feet deep, it was '��� the south of Resht.
suggested by the finance committee I
that tbe city ask a tent
SPENT WEARY NIGHT
ON  ROAD TO LANGLEY
shake my friend Horden by the hand." ; 20 year lease.
rhthaA.1   vigii   ih.  ......Mi.   ��r   ��.I      AM*muD(
Hong Kong, Dec. 4.���Two hundred
men of the First battalion, Yorkshire
light infantry, which is ln service
here, embarked today for Hankow.
Shanghai, Dec. 4.���The provisional
revolutionary government at a meeting held in Shanghai today decided
upon Nanking as the capital of the
proclaimed republic, and elected
Huang Hsln president, and General Li
Yuan Chung vice-president.
Official delegates from 13 out of a
total of 18 ptovlnces In China attended the meeting. Tbe national cao-
Inet was organized shortly after election of the national officers.
Prospects of Mediation.
Tokyo, Dec. 4.���Counsellor Matsul,
of the foreign office, left Tokyo today in the greatest haste for Peking
to confer with Minister IJuin on an
important mission regarding possible
Japanese intervention ln China during the three days' armistice from
Sunday night, which was agreed upon
at Wu Chang.
Britain, Russia and France are supporting the Japanese move, anl
Tokyo officials believe that peace l��
likely within a few days.
Genersl Was Killed.
Peking, Dec. 4.���Official confirmation of the fall of Nanking contains
the assertion that General Cham;
Hsun. an Imperialist commander, wai
killed during a brilliant but futile
effort to defend the city. General Tie
Liana, chief commander of the    1m-
Three   Men   Were   Overcome While
Driving Rock Tunnel to Make
New Airway.
Merrltt, B. C, Dec. 4.���Three men
were killed ln a chute of No. 7 level
of No. 2 mine of the Nicola Valley
Coal and Coke company's Mlddlesboro
properties yesterday afternoon about
4 o'clock. They were Dusun Wur-
mlrovicb, aged 26; Robert Dlsharl,
aged 28;  and Alex. Thompson, aged
117.
| The accident occurred one hour
after the second shift started work
I and the bodiea were found huddled
around the fan. Young Thompson's
Job was turning the fan to force out
the foul air.   He was found down the
1 slope below the fan.
Doctors Williams and Gillis worked
over the bodies two or three hours,
| but could not bring the men round.
The men were driving a rock tunnel to make an airway.
The mines shut down today. This
is the llrst accident since Charles
Graham has been superintendent.
Ml.ldlesboro is a mile and a half from
Merrltt.
EAST BURNABY HAS
HARMLESS MENAGERIE
Bear Met Young Lady,   But   Neither
Was Eager for Introduction���
Haunted Woodshed.
Residents of Ea�� Burnaby and
Kdmonds, who have recently arrived
from the east and tbe old country, are
periai army, and Viceroy Chang Jen j trying to awaken to the fact that the
Chun, sought refuge aboard a Japan
ese warship.
DARROW'S POSITION
Burns Says Gompers Knew
McNamaras Gqflijr.
RUMORS MANY AND KID
Detective  Who    Made tha  Inqulries-
and Arrests Express��� Himself
Freely at Indianapolis,   f
Los Angeles, Dec 4^���James McNamara has written a confession of
the part he played In tka Times explosion, to which he pleaded guilty on
Friday.
In the main, the confession relates
only to local activities te connection
with the murder. It hai been handed
to tbe district attorney, bnt Is not
to be made publlc till after the sentences are made publie tomorrow."
Los Angeles, Dec. 4���That Clarence
Darrow, chief counsel ter the McNamara brothers, wbo bave pleaded
guilty to tbe dynamiting outra'ges.
was to be arrested and charged wltb
bribing Jurors in the case, was tho
report circulated by persons close to
the prosecution today.
District Attorney Fredericks waa
told of this report aad aaked to make
a statement.   He aaid: *
"I have no intention of arresting
Mr. Darrow���as yet"
"Is the qualification 'aa yet' meaning that you may arrest him later ?"'
"How can I say aa to tbat? A maa
may commit murder and be subject
to arrest. How can I tell wbat u
man will do ?"
The reporter then amended his
flrst questibn, specifically "asking:
"Do you Intend to arrest Mr. Darrow for bribery V
"I wouldn't tell you If rl could."
"Have  you any evidence   agalnat
Mr. Darrow for bribery V
"I won't answer that. Thai's all,'
and the prosecutor indicated.that the
discussed. Blr Wilfrid Laurier expressed the opinion that if be took
the London post immediately it would
1t,o': as If he were shirking his duty,
which Is to lead the opposition.
���128 per 50-foot lot would
be absurdly small ln five or ten years
lime, and he wished the rent to be
fixed lo hrlng in about 4% per cent,
on tbe yearly assessed values of tha
The force of circumstances has,' hmd, or whatever the city would hav-j
however, prevailed and Lord Strath- to pay If it raised money on that
cona'i growing feebleness makes it 'and. "Today," said the alderman,
Imperative that his poat be filled. Sir I "our waterfrontage, which is leased
Wilf-td Laurier has alwavs made a to different people Is valued at $2,-
treat Impression during bis visits to 000,000, and we only get Itiuoo for it.
London and hie appointment would I The city is In debt $2,000 000 and for
five tb�� greatest satisfaction. I that we pay $100,000 from that water-
Lord   Strathcona   still     makes   a! frontage."
brave attempt to go about his work I     *$��� answer to Alderman Dodd Mayor
nt all hours as lf be were a young ' ***** remarked that the lessees would
To go to a dance Is one thing; io
come back is another. So at least
found two respected citizens of our
city, who ventured forth at the en 1
**"*  woek ��o a danca allL&aater-
���   ��� ?M^^r��L?��?^3sAs&-V
****** ��1��kt so cstjoyaMy begun slruV
gling along the homeward road with
a broken-down auto literally on their
hands.
It was a very weary and angry pai'-
that came home in another auto with
' the milk man next morning, spattered
with the mud of the Delta, and tire-i
and weary. However, all troubles
have their ending, and a sleep and
a meal were all that was required
to ttirn the travails of the past into
a Joke for many days to come.
CANADIAN APPLES
are    living    between    the    hustling   conversation was ended...   .
cities of New Westminster and Vancouver    Instead    of    being    perched
amidst the Wilds and forests of the
Canadian Rockies.
A few weeks ago reports were
rife that several beurs were at
large in the vicinity, but little atten
man nnd his physicians have long
slnco despaired of offering advice, but
during the past few weeks he has
s��Tered grestly from violent pains In
the neck and hls eyes have given him
much trouble.
SPLENDID GROWTH Of
Y.M.C.A. REPORTED
Two    Hundred   and   fifty   Members
Em-oPed���Will Teach Every One
to Swim Before New Year.
Splendid progress was reported at
a monthly meeting of the directors of
tbe Y. M. C. A. held last night. Tbe
number of members enrolled up to
the last day of November was an
nounced as 251, aad it was elated that
ses en gymnasium classes had beeu j
started with a membership of    207,
have to pay taxes based on the yearly assessment of tbe property during
the 20 years over which the lease extended. This, he said, was a big distinction from tbe old conditions, on
which most of the city's waterfront
was rented, by which the land was
exempt from taxation. "Besides," he
added, "all the unearned increment
will come to the city. And it is
worth noting that these industries
intend to use white labor only."
Alderman Johnston then recommended that the rent be made adjustable every ten years, and Alderman
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HELO PLEASANT PARTY
The Knights of Pythias enjoyed
themselves at a whist party and
smoker, in the hall of the order last
night. There were over 75 persons
present
agreeable
Pythias were tbere to dispense the
pleasure ot their company and light
refreshments, and a whist competition
waa brought off with complete success. The winner of this wm Mr. C.
B. Deans, wbo was presented with a
handsome picture, while Mr. William
Ray oecured   the   consolation   prize,
IH fil  ftBkI&lRi'u"^���~��^*"��ru,,i",,;Biv,,"Mut1/^ i��i��'n
"   l  ilim.    mun in nm   ��� *-.-   ��-   ���___   tactur-���
Says Gompers Knew.
Indianapolis, Dec. 4.���W. J. Burns,
the detective  who caused the arrest
of the McNamaras, passed two hours
here yesterday in    conference    with.
United  States  District Attorney  Mil-
later tbe    two   met   Joha.
ot
Liverpool and Manchester Merchants
Loud In Praise of Improved
Grading.
Ottawa, Dec. 4.���According to a report of the trade and commerce department, the fruit brokers and merchants ln Liverpool and Manchester
are loud in their praises of the improvement of grading Canadian
apples.
Uo far this season there is not in
evidence tbe complaint of many years
past, i.e., shipping Canadian apples
as No. 1 when   they are really No. 'i.
down ��a��-street, rame tace to tace, _.. .. ^ ,...._
with a member of the bear ttWte. I 0tfc��r thM�� t0 ��d��tt botb eonter-
Bruin was not looking for trouble. encM Pertained to the investigation
neither was the lady as a matter ot b���lng conducted by the federal grand
fact, so the animal swerved from its Jury he,e- Detective Burna would not
path and entered the timber.    Since  *alk-    when asked u he wished the-
McNamara trial  had proceeded, the;
then a bear bas been seen by several
well known residents and it has come
to a stage when a general roundup
is suggested.
Andrew Wilson, who resides on the
Cumberland  road,  had occasion    on
detective said:
"There would have been many interesting developments had the trial
at Los Angeles continued to the end.'
While here Burns   reiterated ' his
Friday evening to visit his woodshed,  statement   that     Samuel     Gompers,
and found a bear had taken possession. The animal vamoosed into tbe
Jungle before "Andy" could get hold
of his trusty rifle. While the bear,
up to date, has not done any damage
to livestock, some of tbe residents
are  becoming  afraid   for  their   chil
president of tbe American Federation
i of Labor, Knew almost from   the beginning tbat   the    McNamaras were
guilty of the charges   against them.
Declares Juror Was Bribed.
Los Angeles, Dec. 4.���District Attorney John D. Fredericks today notified the Associated Press that Bert H.
Franklin, a detective employed by the?
McNamara defence, and now unden*
arrest on a charge of attempted bribery of a venireman with $4000, ac-
Gray maintained that a clause should
be inserted In   the   lease   making It I ccnslrting'of a baby's rattle.
non-transferal, e.    These    suggestions      ���_    ,. ���     . .    ,
met with the approval of the councll,      ���e foUowtag muelcal program was
and It was finally decided to Instruct  ^^J^^H^t;    Se!ectUBUS ** thfi
the finance committee to draw up and
All interested   in    the trade express
their appreciation    of    the thorough   dren and are demanding the death of
manner in which the Canadian gov- j the animal,
everyoae had  a very | ernment follows up those guilty of la-      "Stanley  park,"  quoth a  Cockney,
time.      The    Sisters    of fraction of the law, and they approve   Auet over,  "may  have  gained   more
the system of publishing the names I fame ter Its recent cougar hunt, but,_ T ���, ��� ,�������������,���,������
of all persons guilty of dishonest' Jf bl8 eame hunters want real sport tuaily paM t0 Robert F Bain th<��
grading. These names are freely dis- j ,e: them come to Burnaby. Real i flrBt Bworn Juror in the case ' $500
tributed In the trade and results were! f/tate men in adevrtlslng beautiful j an<| promised $3500 more at the end
shown before the end of last season j Burnaby might have mentioned the ot the trial if he wonld vote for ac-
Jn improved grading, which has con-  c,ose proximity   of wild   bears.    My  quitui, Or secure a disagreement o^
������ne"1I �����LVcn��;r ,ta��pte�� the [ the Jury.   The district attorney pro!
duced a sworn copy of this by Mrs
embody these points on a lease which
the parties concerned would be ready
to accept, and submit it to the next
meeting of the council on Monday
week; tbe rent to be at the rate of
$2.50 per front foot.
T>��e ratepayers on a section ol
Agnes ntreet submitted a petition to
the coast 11 asking that that street b.-
paved from Lome to Fourth streets
a
the average attendance at the classes' at thp earliest opportunity, and that
being 25 each throughout the month, a cement sidewalk be laid, and elegit was decided to form new classes' trie light standards similar to thos.*
before Christmas for instruction    ln! on   Colnmbia   street   Installed.   The
boxing, wrestling, fencing, first aid,
and resuscitating life. A great effort
will also be made to teach every member to swim before the new year. As
for the Sunday meetings, they have
been well attended, the average number of those present having been 10S.
The total number of members using
the swimming bath during tbe period
under review was 1500, while 281
played basketbstl, and altogether 3331
made use of the gymnasium. In these
figures, of course, one boy may be
counted many times over, but they
signify the use made of the Institution
by its members.
With regard to the future lt waa decided to buy additional equipment for
the gymnasium. About $200 worth
was ordered and this will be paid
for by the money taken at the recent
gymnasium exhibition, amounting to
about $90, supplemented by a grant
from the directors. Forty monthly
magazines were among the equipment
ordered.
The meeting was attended by every
member of the board except the chair-
man. Mr. T. J. Trapp, who was presiding over a meeting of tbe- school
board. In hla absence Mr. W. A, Macdonald took the chalr.v. -
council was tn favor of these Improve-,
meats being carried out, bnt wished,
ir possible, to extend them from Tenth
street right through. However, it was
decided to go ahead with the aectioa
mentioned flrst, and to try and make
arrangements , whereby tbe whole
might be done as soon as possible.
Another petition that came before
tba council was signed by a large
number of Sapperton ratepayers, asking that School street, trom Richmond
to Devoy streets, be opened. Tbe
matter was referred to the board of
works.
-Tha mayor then stated that he had
beea approached by members ot the
school board and other citizens in
town with regard to some Australian
boya who were engaged in a tour ot
the world, and would land ln British
Colombia about December 27. It was
prbpttfeff that these boys should bs
Invited, to New Weatmlnster. The object of their trip wss to study condi
tlons everywhere, and it was thought
that they should visit this place, and
be enterl.-Ined tjj tho wacfl.-- Thi*
suggestion was ue-rtily < nd^reed, anj
tbe matter was nu�� Jnto tbe hands, Of
-**���*
(Contteoad OS t*es lira,)
orchestra, song by Mr. John Graham;
reading by Bro. A. A. MatthiBoa, ban-
Jo solo by W. Lawrence, and a song
and reading by Mr. William.
MUNICIPAL POT NOT
AT BOILING POINT
Asked yesterday about his campaign tor tbe mayoralty, Alderman
J. J. Johnston said tbat up to date
he waa the only candidate who had
declared himself to be ta tbe Seid,
and was accordingly Working quietly.
"In any case," be said. "I do not
want to worry the people with election matters during the holiday season."
If anyone should start an active
campaign against bim, however, Mr.
Johnston expressed his readiness to
come out snd fight at any time. "In
that.case," he said, "I guess, they
would flnd me game."
LOCAL LAWYER WILL
HANG OUT SHINGLE
Mr. Adam S. Johnston has announced his Intention of leaving the
flrm of Whiteside, Edmonds * Johnston to start business on his own
account In partnership wltb Mr. T.
A. Jackson, of Vancouver. The new
firm will run two offices, one tn Vancouver and one in New Westminster,
Mr. Johnston himself planning te
devote most of hia time to this and
of tbe work, leaving Mr. Jackson to
look aft��- the Vancouver share of tbe
uueiness.
Mr. Johnston -in occupy the Ellis
block bere, anil will be prepared   te
do business about the   first   pt.
coming ye|ur.
tinned this year.
One shipment of about 15,000 barrels, whicb was loaded at Halifax,
called at another port for general
cargo and   arrived - at   Liverpool on
nippers from getting run over in
' 'Ide Park.* and after bringing them
out here, they are liable to be eaten
up    by    bears."    To    all    intending
October 12 in a pretty bad state. The i hunters it may be mentioned that no
reward has been offered for Bruin's
downfall.
extra delay at port of call did    the
fruit a lot of barn*
The quality of Ontario frail received in Manchester has been satisfactory in every respect. The receivers bere say that the grading and
packing ls���generally opeaking���flrst
class. Apples have been arriving ia a
fairly advanced state of maturity and
therefore, rather soft. However, the
landing conditions have been good
aad the proportion of "slacks" in On-
tarte fruit is exceptionally light
COQUITLAM LANDS ���
APPEAL CASE  HEARD
The decision in the case of Mercer
aad Lanagan versus McQuarrie
brothers, of New Westminster, concerning the sale of Coquitlam leads,
which waa to have been handed down
ta the appeal court sitting at Vanoouver yesterday afternoon, waa reserved.' It will be remembered tbat
tba McQuarrie brothers won the flrst
hearing of the case, but tbe plaintiffs
took the matter to the higher court
SUDDEN DEATHS IN
NEIGHBORING CITY
Vancouver, Dec. 4.���Thf rate of
mortality ta Vancouver was swollen
ln somewhat unusual fashion during
the psst two days. At aeon on Baa-
day, A. C. Melville, wbo appears to
have beea a bard drinker, was found
dead in his room at 337 Mala street
Charles Fair, a middle-aged man
about whom little ls known, wan
Sound dead In bad at the Central
Mission.. Abbott street at t;�� this
FIRED REVOLVER TO
DANGER OF PUBLIC
Among the usual Monday morning
drunks who appeared before Magistrate Edmonds, yesterday morning
was a Mr. Williams, who was charged
with having let off a firearm within
the limits of the-city. Evidence was
brought to provaMhat a bullet had
struck a house on Sixth street ranch
to the alarm ot the family residing
therein. MfT Williams explained this
carious event by saying that he and
a fellow boarder had fired a couple
of shots out of a revolver Into' the
air simply for the sake of seeing if
the weapon would go off. This it did
to tbs complex satisfaction bf everybody concerned, and Magistrate Edmonds made it clear that such action
Robert Bain, wife of tba Juror, given*
In his office last Friday. Mrs. Bait*-,
net only told of the flrst meeting, bnt
said how Franklin came to her. house?
on October 6, a few days before her
husband would be summoned to serve
on the Jury- '
CIVIL RIGHTS OT
QUEBEC CHURCHMEN
Court   Rules   Members  af   Religious
Orders Taking Certain'. V��ws   ,
Cannot Uae Fraacblos.
Montreal.   Dec.   4.���Judgment waa>
handed down by Jostles Cbarbonneau
tbat members of reiigloaa *r**n tab-
waa decidedly dangerous to the pub-:^���*" ?L^2E2��iK!��! ��?
i\i*    Ti. ..n, r.**~i*.. ok...*.... ����.  obedlenos are oisqaaniMO/ from mak-
llc. To warn careless characters not; i~mT'__��^ i*^ ^_*_^*_^
to indulge in such risky amusements' "&. "i^��� *"* eim*ant
he imposed a flne of $20 and costs.
NEW THEATRE FOR CITY
INCLUDED IN SCHEME
A new theatrical syndicate, it is
reported, will enter British Columbia f"11' m
in tba near future, snd wilt construct
houses In tha principal cities of tbe
province. British sad Naw York
capitalists ara supposed to be con
franchise.
Tbe names of sixteen -psrsons attached to the order of ClAriea of SL.
Vlator, engaged teaching- at Rlgaud.
must ba struck from tba atatttoral llste:
of the districts. .
The rase establishes a precedent,
and Quebec Jurisprudence mar canso
roughont   tba   province.
the I morning.   Heart
���to have been-tba
Manitoba's Parliament BaUdings;
Winnipeg, Dae. 4-PWlowtet   tha
earned In tba project and it Is rumor.. announcement of tba Snla ef tba site
ed thst they bave secured a site   in of Fort Osborne barincks to the pro-'
tbls city.    Negotiation for tba pur-  vincial government. $****�� tend'-n
chase of sites in Vaaoonver aad Vte will be wlied   Wr' Saw ��� tswKament
>ndte��, "
tarte are aloe said te ba pea
%^:S^1&a^^ ot COtt^^ wm *****wm * *
.-Mr. bsiMlfvta.
* compete, i
lowed ap to tba total
way"
���iU PACT TWO
IHE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER  B, 1��11.
WANTED���SITUATION AT HOUSE-
work by young Scotch girl. Pbone
L428.	
���WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SER-
vant.   Apply 712 Twelfth street.
FOR EXCHANGE���ALBERTA LANDS
and town properties for B. C. coast
city properties or acreage. Apply
J. H. Rusk, 722 Fifth street, New
Westminster.
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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.
THE GERMAN   ARMY.
Military Correspondent of London
Times Gives Impressions.
In tbs following article -th* military
correspondent ot the Tlmea sums up
the conclusions whicb he has formed
aa the result of a atudy of the German army during the recent manoeuvres, saya World Wide.
Tbe. writer has not formed a wholly
favorable opinion of the German
army, which appears to him to be
living on a glorius paat and to be unequal to the repute in which lt is
commonly held.
When we turn from theories of the
conduct of war to their execution,
and examine ln turn the various part
of tbe war machinery without being
misled b ythe glamor and pomp of
drill and parade, tbe defects of the
German  army cannot  be overlooked.
There waa nothing In the higher
leading at the manoeuvres of a distinguished character, and mistakes
were committed which tended to
shake the confidence ot foreign spec
juvcnatlng of the corps of officers,
ibe equipment ot the infantry, the
fleld gun of the artillery, and the
aaddlery of the cavalry are all poor,
but are not renovated for the sam*
reason. The artillery suffers from
low establishments aad Insufficient
horses, and the six-gun batteriea are
not able to bring more than three or
four guns and a wagon or two to
manoeuvres. The corps of oiffcers
shows a considerable deficit owing to
the counter-attractions of the popular
navy. The service of aviation has
not been encouraged, out on tbe contrary has been starved. Had one-half
of the sums devoted to the navy
been allotted to the land forces many
valuble reforms desired by the war
ministers von Einem and von Heer-
lngen, might have been carried out,
and the military situation of Germany might have been greatly Improved. Devoted as these laige sums
have been to the creation of a powerful navy, they bave "certainly filled
the Germans with legitimate pride,
but, as Herr von Holstein had the
tators ln tbe reputation of the com-! wit to foresee, they have not essen-
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend to apply at the next sitting of
the  Licensing  Board  of  the City  of .
New  Westminster  for  a  renewal   of | ,evel _ tern|H
license to sell li jnors by retail on the
premises   known   as   the   Liverpool
Arms,   662   Columbia   street,   in   the
said City of New Westminster.
GEO. CAMERON & H. B. CHAFFEE.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
mand. The staff work, though usually good waa not by any means
above suspicion. The infantry lacked dash, displayed no knowledge of
the use of ground, Intrenched themselves badly, were extremely slow ln
their movements, offered vulnerable
targets at medlus ranges. Ignored the
service of security, performed the approach marches ln an old-time manner, were not trained to understand
the connection between flre an.l
movement, and seemed totally unaware of Ota effect of modern flre.
The cavalry drilled well and showed
some beautifully trained horses,
while tbe Cavalry of tbe Guard was
well handled from the army point of
view, but the arm was ln many ways
exceedingly old-fashioned, the scouting was bad, and mistakes were made
cf which our Yeomanry would be
ashamed. The artillery, with Its out-1
of-date "materiel" and slow and ineffective methods of flre, appeared so
inferior that it can have no preten-'
sions to emasure itself against the!
French on anything approaching |
Finally,   the  dirigibles |
tlaily altered for the better tbe strategical situation as against England,
and have- consequently, on balance,
diminished the security of the German Empire by depriving ita army
of many things which lt needs.
An  Australian   Novsliat.
Rolf Boldrewood, the Australian
novelist, recently celebrated his 85th
birthday ln Melbourne. He cannot
walk without a crutch, but ls bright
and vivacious.
He laughingly told an Interviewer
that he was 'kicked Into literature,"
ln 1865. He was a squatter In tho
west of Victoria, and one day he received a nasty kick from a horse. It
laid him up for some time, and to
while away the tedious hours he took
up a pen, wrote a sketch called "\
Kangaroo Rush," and sent lt to the
Cornhill Mazazine. It was accepted
and published, and so he was launched on a literary career.���London
Chronicle.
Eulalla (elderly heiress)���Do you
think the baron regards me seriously?
Rosa���Seriously? Why, my dear,
every time I mention you he looks
posltely sad.���Fliegende Blaetter.
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TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS
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Premier hotel.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I lft
tend to apply at the next sitting ol
the Licensing Board for the City of
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. depot, in the said City of New Westminster. E. J. SLOPER.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
and  aeroplanes presented  the  fourth
arm in a relatively unfavorable light.
The German   army,  apart   from   Its
numbers,   confidence    in    itself,   and
high state of organization, does not _______
present any signs of superiority over j ~~ "
the best foreign models, and in some I General Manager���It will cost a
ways does not rise above the level \ million to equip the rolling stock
of the second rate.        ' j with a safety appliance.
A Sta!* Army. |     Railroad    President���What   did   it
The German army  appears  to the  cost for accidents last year?
"About $100,000.'
"Then   I  guess   we'll
take a chance."���Life.
continue   lo
NOTICE is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
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NOTICE is'hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal ol
license to sell liquors by retail oa
the premises known as the Klncfl
Hotel, situated on Columbia street, il
the said City of New Westminster.
WILLIAM ORME.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
NOTICE ls hereby given that I 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 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.
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LOST ��� FOX TERHIER; PURE
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name of Pat. Finder pleasa notify
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and receive reward.
CITY   OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Notice is hereby given that the
���Court of Revision on the City Voters'
List for the year 1912, will be held a'.
the City Mil, New Westminster,
'B. C, on the 11th, day of December,
���at the hour of eleven o'clock in the
-.forenoon.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Dated the 4th. day of December.
1911. -������ !   i.'���'
i
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 Fraser Hotel,
situated 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 niven that i I
tend  to apply at the next, sitting 4 >
ihe Licensing Koarl  for the City tt
New   Westminster   for  a  renewal   of I
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises  known  as    the    Merchants' |
Hotel,   situate  at   the  corner  of  Co| i tlon.
lumbia  and   Mc,\'eelv  streets,  in  the
said Citv of New  Westminster.
D.   S.   BRAY.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
writer  to   have  trained  its'elf  stale.
Year in, year out, the same ceaseless
round of intensive training has reduced the whole army to a machine
by  which  individuality, initiative, an
freshness have been rigoiously crushed out.   The effort to create initiative
by regulation has not succeeded. The
training of the year, always the
same, has become a form of somnambulism. Everybody does the
same thing every hour of every day
every year, and officers who have to
wait 16 to 17 years for their companies are���spent and tired long before
they rise to high command. The majority ot senior regimental officers do
not  possess   the   physical   qualitica-
tions  necessary  for  effective  service
during the arduous strain of tlie infantry fight, and until the cadres are
rejuvenated these conditions will re-
I main   unaltered.      There  are    some
great thinkers and some hard workers among the officers, but the Impression conveyed is that only a sel-
| eet few really work, that all individuality has been crushed out of the
tank and ills, and that both abso-
I lutely, and still  more   relatively  the
German army, ia not so good as its
forerunner which achieved the union
of the German states.   "A bloody war
and a sickly season'���that venerable
toast  of  our  port-drinking ancestors'
���might    reinwgorate   the   army   ori
might  destroy   it.    Failing  such   ex-
trbme measures, the best thing to re-
Store new life to the army would be
to disband it for a year in order to
giv* everybody, from top to bottom, I
a much needed rest.
The   Moltke  School. !
The German army  is still a great
and a formidable machine.     No one
ahould entertain any illusion on this
subject.   In numbers, in organization
and in tbe absorption of all the best
elements   of   the   state   for  its   own
ends it has few if any equals.   But it
asserts a claim of superior efficiency,
and the proofs which it gave at the
"Kalsermanover" of 1911 to substantiate this claim were not convincing.
Not by the writer alone, but by some
of the shrewdest observers from East
and West, the conclusion was drawn
that the German army had ceased to
provide that model  of superior  mill
tary   excellence   which
last  40  years, caused
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NOTICE is hereby given that I 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 Central
Hotel, situated on Columbia street,
between Alexander and Eighth
streets, in the said City of New Westminster.
JOS.  I. FREEMAN.
New Westminster,  Nov. 30   1911.
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go to this school in thc expectation I
of seeing practice equal to the theory, I
for in every arm and in almost
every service there are nowadays no
better military mc'.els in Germany
than are to be found elsewhere. Europe, Asia and America have not sat
for 40 years in the school of Moltke
In vain. The world has gone on
while Germany has stood still.
Drain of the Navy.
The creation of a modern navy has
not been without important influence
upon the army by diverting entbti
si asm as well as money from the
land to'the sea. It is not. parctlca
ble, in view of tbe difficulties which
German Imperial finance encounters,
to devote 22 millions and more a
year to tbe navy and at. the same
time to make the army all that It
mi.aht otherwise become. The new
Ouinquennate marks almost a halt in
tho progressive development of the
German land forces simply and solely for lack of funds. It is th? need
for economy which prevents the re-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
s
'$��
\ His Castle on l
the Rhine.
And How He Sold It to a
Descendant of Its First
Owner.
Br   F.   A.  MITCHEL.
Copyrlght by American Press Association. 1911.
**************************
I Oo tbe left bank of tbs Rhine ts tbe
j ruin of une of those old cssUes wbicb
. lmve stood In tbst region for centuries.
This particular castle some years sgo
mis bought by Carl Bisboff. s German-
American wbo bad made a lot of money brewing Isger beer. Bisboff bought
with tbe castle a few pieces of furniture, pictures snd other curiosities thst
were several hundred years old and
had been banded down from one purchaser to another. Wltb tbe decay of
the castle and tbs gradual breaking up
or loss of these article* all that remained hud Anally been concentrated
lu one room, which, wben tbe owner
was tbere. be used for a living and
tied room. In tbls apartment was sn
anilnm.- Orepluce big enough to roast
im ox. Over the chlmneyplece bung
s picture that was especially prized by
Curl Bisboff.
Blshoff was an admirable amateur
cbess player. Indeed, be had oo several occasions tackled professionals
with fair success. The reason be
irrtxcd the picture that hung 'iver tbe
chlmneyplece at bin entitle waa bemuse It represented a curious position
del ween chess players. Tbey were In
medieval dress, ibe one long sod
thin wltb s black beard, the otber
stocky, wbose beard was flery red.
Th.' dark man wore his beard at a
point, while bis musturblos were turned upward, giving blm n malignant
expression. The red bearded man
was of a pleasant countenance. Tbe
picture represented blm looking oo the
board, evidently troubled at a prospect
of being checkmated by his antagonist,
who was regarding him with nn expression of triumph. Ott a plate attached to tbe frame was the name of
the picture In Certnan. "Checkmute In
Six Moves." There wns a legend cun-
nerted with the painting that tbe mun
who had built and owned the castle
would some day return to repossess it
When he came���so the legend said-
he wonld assume the position of tbe
red bearded innn In the picture, nnd
Instead of being checkmated is sis
moves he would checkmate in the
same number.
BishotT chuckled at this legend. say-
Ins tbm If any one could net tale raail*
In tint w4f'��#-<rM *.kWH ����� ***** nm.
Ke b��S Mndled for Hours vrytasm f
discover a method by which tbe short
Bin it could save himself mul hud
failed Ue considered the prohkro Insoluble, and several chess ex(*rm who
had sees ths picture bad agreed with
hlm.
one autumn nishoff. who bsd mn
over from America to Kerllu. <W0-
eluded to pay a visit to his castle to
see that nil waa ready for Ihe coming
winter. A caretaker lived In a etmtn
that had beett repaired and fsrstohed
for him and hls wife and conld provide what Blshoff required In tbe way
of -refreshments. Illshoff would b��
obliged to spend one night In (be castle and would do so In tbe room al
ready described.
It was a lowering afternoon *****
be reached the castle, clouds hanging
low shout tbs battlements. After making on inspection and talking over the
conditions with bis caretaker Blshoff.
wbo bsd directed s lire be built te
bis chamber, dined tliere. and when ke
had Onlsbed pulled a big armchair up
before tbe biasing logs. Not feeling
.���specially happy In his gloomy abode,
toe directed his caretaker to make bim
* hot punrh. This was set on a table
beside -hlm. and as the hour* slowly
'..passed be drove off bis loneliness wltb
frequent potations.
Presently be fell into r dose. . How
long he slept he didn't know, hm the
first thing be did know the door was
opened nnd a man enme Into ibe room.
Plshoff looked up, expectlug to see the
caretaker. Hs was mistaken Th*
persHu who entered waa one he had
never seen. Hs approached Blshoff
with outstretched hond and with a t*-*r*
dlnlKy that seemed more appropriate,
for a itnt-1 than s guest. Then, he drew
s chftlr before tbs Ors. warmed his
hands, snd. taking s pips fram hts
pocket, begun to smoke.
���Weil." tt* sold to Bisboff. "this Is
s dismal night'without but pleasant
within. r*m glad you'va made yourself comfortable.'*
Blshoff hns never been very clear In
Ms statements about this man. Were
It not that bs baa been so sure be waa
awake and ao explicit about 'some
���trrnmstance* connected with tbs visit
me would be warranted in assuming
hat he waa dreaming. At flrst he
ays. It'only struck blm tbst tbe man
va* very queer looking, very queerly
���rossod snd wore a red board. But
t Ms entrance Blshoff did not coo-
iect him with the picture.
Blshoff waa ao astonished tbat for
���ome time be made no response. In-
eed. he couldn't think of anything to
���ay. Finally hs broks silence by ask-
n German:
"Whence corns you 7*
"From up the river. I bars had a
isrd pull. Do yoa know I cams near
���eing caught ln tbat whirlpool? I waa
���ulllng along when I beard a voles
tnging. Glancing np, I saw I beautl-
ui woman looking at me. ob, oo tender*
lr. I ems sot keep awa/ ttstt* Sss*
Turning toward the shore. I soon found
my host wss beginning to whirl. With
s powerful effort I turned and pulled
back loto smooth water. Th* singing
continued sweeter than before, but I
stopped my ears wltb a bit of clotb I
found lo my bout and did not look to-
1 narrowly escaped
ward tbs shore.
tbe Lorelei." *^*H
"The Lorelei!" exclaimed Bisboff.
"You tell your experience ss If It had
really happened. The Lorelei is a
myth."
"Call her wbat yon like. 1 don't
wish any mors of ber. I'll take some
of tbst punch. I need a bracer after
my narrow escape."
Taking a mug from tbs mantel, bs
poured out some of ths liquor and
drank it off.
"One would Judgwfrom tbs way yo*
conduct yourself," said Bisboff, "tbat
you ure at boms here."
"1 sm."
"Wbat do yon mean?" snapped Bisboff sngrtly.
"Oh. don't get huffy.   Let us enjoy
ourselves together."   Tben. noticing a
chessboard snd chessmen on a table,
hs sdded:
"Do you plsy chess?"
"Yes."
"Welt,  there Is  no better way  of
spending an evening,
game."
He took up the chessbosrd. set ths
pitcher of punch aside, placed tbe
board on tbe table, arranged tbe men.
Without saying "by your leave." be
took tbe Oral move. Bisboff. wondering at ths man's audacity, lowered his
eyes to lhe chessboard and soon forgot
hia astonishment In the game. He saw
at once that the stranger wns on excellent player. The game was a long
one. nnd for some time neither gained
an advantage; I ben Bisboff. thiuking
be saw a way to checkmate his antagonist, moved and looked up nt his
antagonist as If to aay. "I'll soon have
you now. my flue fellow."
Tbe stranger looked up. too. and
with a low laugh turned his bead
toward the picture of tbe cbesa play- ;
ers that bung over tbe cblmneyplece.
Blshoff glanced from the board to the
picture, tben back to the board. He i
started. The chessmen were in the
same position as In tbe palming. Blsb- '
off having the advantage. And then it
dawned on Bisboff tbat bis visitor and
the man with tbo red beard were one
and the same.
"I wlll checkmate you In six moves."
said the stranger.
"You mean that I wilt checkmate
you in six moves." said Blshoff
'This against your castle that It Is I
who checkmates you."  He drew forth
a draft for 30,000 marks on a bank tn
Cologne.
"Done." said Blshoff.
His opponent took  up a piece nnd
moved It like an automaton.   Rlshnlf
moved again.  On the stranger's fourth
inove   something   Blshoff   had   never
counted  on   happened.    It  seemed   to
blm tbst the tables wero turned-     Aft-
Sr ��� \***tm titri* bo teored.    Tbe s.hin-
**er moved again.    Blshoff.  who now1
lost his bead, moved for the flfth time.
"Checkmate:" ����� said    tbe    stranger,
moving.
"You've won; tbe castle Is yours!"
gasped Blshoff.
Tbe stranger chuckled.
"All this Is very queer!" gnsped the
American,  staring  nt   the  mau   with
���eyes as big as butter plates.
"You are mistaken. Notblng Is queer.
What la. Is. You have only certain
relations with tbe world of which you
ure conscious. You think the past Is
dead. Nothing Is dead. Everything
always Uvea, hut all-things change.
<iood night. This castle Is now mine,
but I leave you In possession for th*
present"
, That's all Blshoff remembers of that
memorable evening. Tbe next morning be awoke sitting In hts cbnlr. The
lire bad gone out and be was shivering. Ho left without even waiting for
breakfast and offered the castle for
sale. An agent found a purchaser, and
before Blshoff returned to America h*
met the man In th* agent's office, tu
complete the sale.
fle nearly fainted on recognising tn
tb* new  owner  his  visitor  who. bad
checkmated him at ch<*����.
While the papers were being made
MASTERS OF CHESS.
-tt   th*   QrMtsst    Blindfolded
Plsysrs ef th* Past.
Playing at chess without seeing the
board Is s much older accomplishment
{ tbsn ls generally known even among
cbess players. Buxeccs. sn Italian, ss
early as 1206 played three games at
once, looking at one board, but not at
the otber two. Hia three competitors
were skilled in tbe game, but be won
two games and made a draw of tbe
third Ruy Jx>pez, whose name bas
been given to Sn opening: Msnglotlni.
Terone Medrano. Leonard! da Cutis.
Paoll Bol. Salvia and others wbo lived
between tbe thirteenth and seventeenth centuries were able to play tbe
game without seeing tbe board. Father
Succhlert of Peaie early in the eight
eentb century played three games st
once sgalust three player* without seeing sny of the boards.
it remained for Pbllltdor. tbe greatest genius at cbess known up to bis
time, to play blindfolded ln England In
1783 against three of the best players
tben living, winning two games snd
drawing tbs third, surprising his antagonists and tbe throng of onlookers
by keeping up a lively conversation all
tbe while. Phlllldor's achievement as
Let us have a ' to tbe number of simultaneous gsmea
has been far outdone by Paul Morphy.
Paulsen. Blackburne and several of
their successors. But PbiUldor. lively
Frenchman that be wss. still holds the
palm as a conversationalist snd player
at the same time.
Pbllltdor was tbe assumed name of
Francois Andre Dnnlcan. born at
Dreux In 1720. He was educated as a
court musician for Louis XIV. Hecom
posed music to Dryden's "Alexander's
Feast" and to many operas, sli long
since forgotten. Dunlcun's fame does
not live In music, but as i'blllidor. tbe
cbess player. As a cbess player be visited Holland. Germany and England
In 1749. while In England, be published
bis "Analysis of Cbess." a work which
bas taken Its place among tbe classics
i of the game. He died ln England Aug
81, 1790.-Exchange.
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medieval clothes. Collector No. 1 came
iu and asked to buy one of tbem. The
dealer could not^llvtde the lots, as they
were a valuable set representing the
five senses. After long persuasion the
amateur at last carried one off at a
very long price.
Collector No. 2 followed. Could ha
hare one of the dolls? "Out of tbe
question, sir: a most valuable set. representing the four seasons." After
more long persuasion and at a still
longer price one ot the dolls was sold.
Wot amateur No. S catted .tbo three
doll* wore tho thro* awscsa. a"a_*tsax
-tal-***-** ott. wMrb caatd not W* divided. By offering sn enormous seta
be carried off one of tbem.
Amateur No. 4 called and wanted t*
buy one of tbe two dolls. Wbat was
monsieur nctcally proposing? Tbe two
dolls were Adam and Eve. sculptured
and dressed l>y some forgotten medieval artist Tbe pair could not possibly
be parted. The collector eventually
carried off Adam for a gigantic sum.
Amateur No. S called snd asksd: "How
much for that curio? Evidently as odd
on* of a set"
"An odd oo* of a setT screamed the
dealer, "rt te a unique piece. Does
not ssonsieur perceive that tt represents Agnes Berei. th* favorite nt
Charles VIL?" And tb* amateur secured tbe unique plec* for a fttmleii*
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Rom* child aald "Thirty-sis."    Tbe
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ffifiUMKS \
NOT EASY PROCESS
Record   of   Contest  fer   Last   Month
Shows Some Birds Had Their
Own Tribulations.
The result of the International Egg
-Laying Contest, under the Joint auspices of the British Columbia Poultry Association, Vancouver Exhibition Board and the Provincial Government, is, for tbe first montuiy
record, Oct. 20 to Nov. 20. as follows:
Class
Pon a.
"     3.
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Vitograph���The Fighting Schoolmaster,  snappy and  very attractive!
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Eesanay���Putting  lt  Over;   comedy. *
Biograph���The Adventures  of Billy; drama.
Special  from London���The  Ramming of H. M. S. Gladiator. H. M. ST���
Prince George standing by.   The British naval nursery.
Don't  fail  to  see it.   Come early and avoid th? rush.    Special
music by tbe orchestra.
1���
White Leghorns
off continued to stare at th* purchaser,
wbo Rave no sign of ever having seen
blm before Tbe man was In modern
dress, nnd bis beard, though red. was
cropped close tie had Ipat everything.
of Ms old fashioned appearance In the
picture, lu other words, h* seemed to
have beeu taken out of tbe fifteenth
sr sixteenth century and dropped Into
lb* twentieth
"Have yon ever been tn th* esstlsT"
Blshoff B��fced him.
"No. I <lo not llv* tn Germany. I
have slat* my boyhood been In harness In Smith America. It ts thw��
that I have acquired the menus to recover tbe bams of my sneestors"
At tbls point the agent flnlabed working on the papers and satd:
"Baron Berber comes Into his own
sfter many centuries. He Is a lineal
descendant of tbe original baron who
built the castle. It waa lost some 400
years ago at a gams of chess. There
ts a legend that a descendant of Ita
Ont owner would com* again Into it*
possession to th* same way tbat tt was
lost to ths family."
Blshoff was so affected at this Information that he signed his receipts
and hurried away without asking aay
questions, much to bis regret sver
since, for he appears to be In s muddle sbout tbe whole affair. Tbo only
part of it about which bs Is certain.If
tbat he waa wide awake and tn bis for
senses when tb* events occurred In th��
agent*a offlce.
j Bs always ends bis story with tbi
1 remark, Then Is so much legem!
j about that fthfn* oowrtry Ubtf
1 U most be tra*.* , "_, '..    ..
tention raited out	
"Thereetythevee,   Change tbat, f ou
darned faker!"���Everybody's.
Pish st Biltlngtjsts.
F'.rh Is sold la I^sndon shops nt a
stated price per .wind, but the retailer
tn getting Ms supplies from Billingsgate baa to purchase each kind by a
separate weight or measurement. He
buys soles by ths pound, plaice by the
stone, mackerel by the sixty. e*d by
the box, eels by the draught, haddocks
by th* steamer trunk, crab* by th*
barrel, lobsters hy tbe score, wbite-
Irnlt by tbe quart and periwinkles bf
the bupdfed weight-London Glob*.
The Proper Pises.
"I understand that the leading lady
and tbe prima donna bad a violent
quarrel."
���Tea."
"How did they settle Itr
"Oh. tbey went to their dressing
rooms and mads op."���Woman's Home
Companion.
Net Rsassurins.
"Do yon think you will Ilk* married
tlte aa well aa yon do your elub. dearf
"Tea. quit* sure, darling."
"Are yoa so very fond et yaw ctnbr
"Nof ����*. darling."
"��� ���" " iii
A Delightful Mstsshsr.
'""V" said a famocs Irish speaker
tn it political debute. "1 coma to das-
rer-- ground. In fact, 1 know I aa
skating _ob tfct fttt lot st ituilif
Eggs Laid
 32
 18
 17
 16
.....15
 10
 9
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   3
 3
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23.
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Twelve
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Class 2.��� .Laid.
Pen 40. Silver-Laced Wyandottes.. *>o
"     34. White Wyandottea   8
"    -33. Rhode Island Beds    7
"     36. Barred  Rocks  1
"     37.     " "  1
"     39. Buff   Orpingtons     1
pens have not started   to
Ten pens have not laid yet
Pen Temperature���Highest 62 deg.,
lowest 19 deg.; average  mean  temperature 39.40 deg.
Average price received for eggs
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on
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and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
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rotossor
the   producing
January 1.
As foreshadowed at the outset of
tke contest, several of tbe white leghorn pens are now tn tbe heavy molt.
In some pena tbla was caused by too
early batching, but In three pena
this ls caused by tbe fact that the
birds were laying before received at
Hastings Park, add as usual in such
cases, they have stopped laying and
gone Into a molt. These Mrds bave
every appearance of bavlng been fed
too rich ration prior to tbe competi-
Uon.
A full account will be pub'Ished In
tbe official organ of the Britlah Columbia Poultry Association, The Stic-
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THE DAILY NEW!.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER  5, 1911.
The Mily News
Publtshad 'ir Tbs Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
earner   of   McKenzie   and    Victoria
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���C Lock!* Brown Manager
TUESDAY, DECEMBER  5,
t . *    '
1911.
BRITISH PREFERENCE.
It doen.net require a meeting of
��JtC LU^H1*. Jarty in cttUCUB to learn
what is likely to be the tariff policy
to be pressed upon the leaders, says
tfi%''ibtttfMr Wee Press.      The   men
from y^Wes* have come back ab"
sdiute'lfc ittpKhed with the necessity
for increasing thg present prefei-
��nce given by Canada upon British
importations- More than that, they
are doing good work of a missionary
style among the Liberal members
from the other provinces in the direction of eventual free trade with
Great! Britain.
Ani lt ls also Interesting to note
that there' Is a growing spirit among
thr CdteeiVatiVes, even those from
Quebec, in favor of Imperial commercial union; but the difficulty is
that auch a commercial union could
. not be secured without the taxation
of the food o* *be people of Britain,
and1 there it ho indication that, despite *M the millions which may be
expended, the people of the Mother
Land wltt. ever agree to taxation of
their food; and without a preferential
duty upon food products the whole
system of Empire tariff protection,
must fall to the ground.
1 So far as The Free Press is concerned, we believe that the very best
policy which could be adopted by the
Liberal party would be to ask an
immediate increase of the Britisb
preference. It would be a popular
njpve. It would prick the Tory Imperial bubble in a few hours, and it
would prove to the country that, jus
as tbe Conservative party opposed
the establishment of the British preference and bas steadily opposed it in
and out ofrparliament, so the Liber-
.als stand for a policy which will give
freer access to our markets to tho j
products of the Mother Countries.      I
The Liberal party is particularly
well entitled to take this attitude!
now, and at once, ln view of the fact
that it was generally understood if
the Laurier were returned it would
imAegW<4j��' ifcejeatse llu: Brltisn
preference.
ly feel equal to the exertions of lead-,
ership longer tban a leader constantly !
bespattered with public abuse aS "Mr. {
Foozle," "the champion scuttler," etc.,
by a group of bis own followers.   At
tbe  same  time   Mr.  Balfour  has  al-;
ways shown a considerable faculty of!
contempt   for  the  contemptible,   and���
It ls even credible that a perceptible
mutiny in the forecastle might rather |
incline him, as a man of unquestion- i
able courage,  to retain command  of
i he ship  till discipline bad been re-
stored.    And yet again lt is quite a
tenable  Interpretation   of   some  Ben- ���
ttnees in Mr. Balfour's speech to sup- j
pose that he has found it impossible,
ufter ail, to reconcile himself to bis !
party's      downright      Protectionism,'
and that he magnanimously Indicates
this  difficulty  in the passage where |
he good-humoredly suggests that men
of his age���his youth, as youth goes
among  party  leaders���may  be  glowing too impenetrable to new ideas.
For the Conservative party the situation is terrible. It is bad enough
that they have no one among their
leaders who approaches Mr. Balfour
in stature and distinction. It is worse
still that there is a remarkable abundance of dwarfs all of just about the
same inches as one another. Worst
of all, however Mr. Balfour may hope
and strive to abate the hardship, his
successor in the Commons will be ai-1
ways under Mr. Balfour's own ���
shadow. Mr. Balfour wlll be there
to extricate him from any muddles !
he makes; Mr. Balfour will come in;
to save the party from extinction in ]
debate; when the new leader is giv-.
ing the word of command the party
will be thinking "But what would Mr.
Balfour have said IB" his place?
When a general election approaches
and the new leader issues bis declaration   of  policy    to   the   electors,
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everyone  will  turn  to  Mr.   Balfour's
! provokes it. Hence the very general
\ criticism of Italy which filled the
'��� pages of British, journals at the outset. But this humanitarian point of
! view has little relation to the view
' of the Englishmen whose Interest
: and whose patriotism direct their at-
! tention to foreign affairs, either officially or otherwise.
For  Great   Britain  only   less   than
France profits by the Italian course.
Thus  automatically   the   Italian   dec- j LarJies
l.iratlon of war destroyed the prestige
the (Incidental disturbance in the
Moslem world, it seems certain to
end by destroying the German rival
at Constantinople and in the Orient.
Austria and Germany cannot intervene, because each has consented,
both with the flrm belief that the realization would be In a distant futura,
to the Italian rule in Tripoli.
cf Culture and Re-
next speech to see whether the new j of Germany at Constantinople, where' f jnement     Use    Salvia
1 leader retired  from    office,    but not
dinate part rightly.   Mr. Balfour may
retire but he cannot subside, and no
���position  is  more  impossible���as the
I jate Duke of Devonshire found���than
I that  of  a  titular  leader who   is   in
I everything but title a secondary person and who is liable at any moment
| of importance  to be  swept into the
I background by an irresistible impulse
I of   public   preference   for   the   real
j man.    The difficulty will not be les-
I sened���perhaps it  will  be increased
for half a dozen years German diplomacy has been predominant in a quar- j Tonjc
ter where England was once without   *on,c-
rival.   German designs in Asia Miner, | p .,  ���
the Baghdad  railway,  and  above  all  CeaUtliUL
It Makes   the
Hair
Hair
the peril to Egypt of a reorganized
Turkish empire inspired by German
diplomacy, have been matters of
vital concern to England.
Lord Beaconsfleld made England
the protector of Turkey, but later
German diplomats have established
their  nation   as  the  defender of   Is-
fender who failed flrst to prevent
the Bosnia annexation and now to
stop the Trlpolltan spoliation, each
the work of an aggresive ally, t.i
slight. The collapse of German influence at Constantlnpie to the English, quite as much as the dislocation of the Triple Alliance to the
French, fairly overbalances any disturbances In  the Moslem world that
THE PASSING OF BALFOUR.
Noble Tribute  by  Liberal   Paper, the
Manchester Guardian.
There. Is nothing iuslncere or perfunctory    in   the regrets whicli Liberals will  mingle  with  those of thc
Conservative party at the retirement
of Mr.  Balfour trom  its leadership,
.says the Manchester Guardian.    Beyond ail question he is of the race of
great" political leaders.    He  has tho
tallness  of  character  and   full   mind
.that compelled  respect  in Gladstone
and Salisbury.   Like them he is the
better  as  a   statesman    for   having
keen interests outside politics;  he is
.a man splendidly civilized, rich in intellectual energy  and  curiosity, able
to bind political associates to him in
strong ae Action, and to conciliate by
an    unsurpassable    personal    charm
-even those with whom his personal
.contact ia the slightest.    In debate
he has accomplishment approaching
genius, and In public conflict he has
almost shown the sovereign self-con-
.f rol which keeps controversy about a
country's  good   from  sinking  into  a
Bystem  of insatiable  spites.    We do
not attribute to him all the qualities
of the greatest national leaders;   he
has  not  shown  the   tremendous  administrative energy and thoroughness
���of Mr. Chamberlain, nor Disraeli's demonic   gift   of   political   imagination,
.nor the huge moral  momentum that
sustained . and   impelled    Gladstone.
Hut everyone feels that as a  Parliamentarian  be   bi-longs,   so   to   speak.
to the great period���in other  words,
that he IS one of the few whom most
-of us, in whatever party, have grown
up to respect as beyond all Criticism
��� or   question   in    point,    of    personal
honor,  'of   public,  -devotion,   and   of
loyal desire to maintain the   dignity
and efficiency of government by dis-
- Mission.
It would be mere guesswork to of-
. Ter any surmises as to the degree in
which   Mr.   Balfour's   decision    may
! have been influenced or hastened by
i the recent Conservative atacks  upoa
���him.   For a long time there has been
���a   persistent  attempt   to   worry   him
out at the post, and since the passing of the Parliament  Bill  the  violence of the  "B.  M. G."  movement,
;as  it  called   Itself,  has   become  notorious.    No doubt  some of  its  bitterness, in extreme cases, was due to
the envy which  a great personality
arouses   in   soured   little   ones,   but
there  has   been   a   more    reputable
kind  of  incompatlbilty   between,   for
instance,  Mr.     Balfour's    theory    of
party management and the bold Tory
���democracy of the Morning Post, and,
iigain,   .between    Mr.    Balfour's    Instinct  for  the  possible  on   the   one
side add the picturesque impossibil-
ism of the archaic Tories like Lord
Halsbury  and  Lord    Willoughby    de
Broke.   A leader tolerably treated by
the whole of his party might uatural-
���by the expedient of having no for-' 'am. Yet the usefulness of a de-
mally recognized leader of the whole'
party at all, but only a House of
Commons leader and a House of
Lords leader who will be free to
spend the years of Opposition in consolidating their respective claims to
the Premiership in the event of a
Conservative success at some futura
general election. It there is anything more embarrassing to a party
than the informal and irresponsible I ma-y follow the present war.
protectorate exercised over it bv aj In Austria there ls a plain diver-
leader retired fro moflgfe Ht 'noi I sence ot view* .For a decade there
from politics, it is a vague do*I lead-1 has baen a Showing recognition in
ership. Conservatives have the sur-1 vienn<* th��t even the Triple Alliance
est claim on Liberal sympathy. For 1 has not availed to remove Italian hat-
Llberals have wfciita-ed In that ' re<1 ��? A-ustria, based upon ancient
wilderness themselves. i injuries,' but   far  more  solidly , upon
 S  j the   presence   of Austrian   garrisons
i in   the   Trentino,  of   Austrian   naval
1 stations at Trieste and ola and the
; continued rule of   the    Dual Empire
i in provinces  which are still  peopled
by Italians.      In addition, the question   of  Albania,   where  Italian  and
Austrian ambition clash, was a permanent source of apprehension.
An adventure which should absorb
Italian armies and money in Africa
might then easily relieve the pressure upon the Austrian frontier and
turn Italian attention to Tripoli
rather than Albania. This consideration explains a certain measure of
tbe Austrian calmness. On the other hand, the war unmistakably placed Italy in the hands of the Anglo-
Krench naval power. It quite as obviously suggested a speedy end to the
Triple Alliance, and might presently
result in leaving Italy, her African
conquest completed, free to turn her |
attention to the Trentino and Balkans, not Impossibly with the aid
of new allies. In addition, the whole j
Balkan question might suddenly be
precipitated at an unfortunate mo- j
ment when Germany was at odds
with France, England and Russia.
As for the Germans, their point ot
view Is plainest of all; for them the
Trlpolltan adventure was all loss and
no gain. While the Triple Alliance
was deprived of the services of one
member and French army corps
hitherto held in the southeast relieved for activity along the Vosges, the
real cause for rage was the fact that
Turkey, already regard*d as a sort
| (lt ally, a partial counterbalance to
Russian forces in a general war, was
| transformed at once into a resentful
if not a hostile nation. Germany
had assumed the position of protec-
tor of the Port anainst Europe, and
In return counted upon the strong
Turkish army in htr campaigns.
At one unexpected blow Germany
losl an ally, perhaps doubtful, but at
least of a certain value, and in addition the friendship of the Turks.
Which alike in war and commeico
has figured largely in German plans.
The Baghdad railway, the commercial penetration of Asia Minor, the
German supremacy in the Orient, all
these combinations crashed down
With the bombardment of Tripoli.
As for German protest at Itome. il
was bound to be futile, since war
was declared; it was equally certain
to be dangerous, since German adhesion to Italian supremacy in Tripoli
as a future contingency has been a
portion of the terms of the Triple Alliance.      Germany,    therfore,
! At last a remedy has been discovered that will positively destroy this
lest.
That Dandruff is caused by germs
is accepted by every sensible person.
Dandruff ls the root of all hair
evils.
SALVIA will kill the dandruff
germs and remove Dandruff In ten
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Ryall guarantees lt. It wljl grow
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gray, ant. adds life and lustre.
SALVIA is a hair dressing that has
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taste and culture, who knojv tho
social value of beautiful hair. A
large, generous bottle costs only 50.",
at leading druggists everywhere, and
in N'ew Westminster by Ryall. The
word "SALVIA" (Latin for sage) is
on every bottle.
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The boy or girl in the New Westminster Public Schools writing
the best answer to the question "Why Should I Get a Little Sav-
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on December 23. Answers must not be longer than 100 words anl
can be mailed pr left at the Columbia street or Sapperton officer
of The Peoples Trust Company Put answers In a sealed envelope
and address Contest Department. The Peoples Trust Company. Be
sure to sign.your NAME and ADDRESS to your answer.
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something that may aid you in writing your answer.
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DOCTORS FAILED.
RESTORED BY PERUNA.
Catarrh of the Lungs
Threatened Her Life.
Miss Ninette I'jrtor, Braintree, Vermont, writes: "L have been cored by
| Peruna.
'I h��d several hemorrhages of the
j lungs. The docto-s did not help me
j much and wonld nevpr havo cured rae.
"I saw a testimonial in a Pteruna
slmsnao of a case similar to mine, and
". commenned using it.
"I was not ahle to wait on myself
when I bejan using it. I gained very
flewly at flrst, but I could see that it
"as helping me.
"After I had Uksn it a while I eom-
meaned to rain* sy a stringy, sticky
substance from ray l**w*.. This grew
loss and less ia quantity as I continued
the troatmekt.
"I ay��v more fleshy than I had been
t*sr a Sorg Ume, aad aow I call myselj
wwll."
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Europe in Tripoli.
Public opinion in Kurope about the
Italian    attack    upon    Turkey, after
showing   for   the   flrst   moment    the
1 same general tone of disapproval and
| even   of   sharp   protest,   has    begun
j take shape along lines determined bv
the self-interest of the several greal
nations most affected, says the New
I Vork Sun.
j     In  France the support  of the  Ital-
| Ian   side   of   the   dispute   is   almost
I unanimous  so far us  the  Influential
t newspapers    are    concerned.      The
l reasons for this are plain. The Iial-
ian expedition to Tripoli instantly re-
I lleves the pressure of the Italian
army on the southwest frontier. With
, fifty thousand of Italy's best soldi!es
in  Africa,   with  the  need   of   larger
! forces  daily   becoming apparent,   the
j French can for the time at least concentrate attention upon the Vosges
and  disregard  the Alps.
|    In going to Tripoli, in despatching
I a large army to Africa, Italy has
given hostages to the Anglo-French
camp in Europe, for the entire expe-
I dition would be at the mercy of the
British and French fleets if Italy
should follow her partners of the
Triple Alliance into a war against
England and France. Nor is the situation merely temporary, England
in Egypt, France ln Tunis will for a
long time be' able to control the for-1 less to prevent the disastrous "conse-
I tunes of Tripoli from land as well as | quences or the war, turned upon her
sea.    It is  with  these facts in  mind j own  ministers,  whose despatch of a
.that  the French  view with calmness ! gunboat to Agadir had given the stg-
| their neighbor's  venture, while their ] nai to Italy for the sailing of the eM-
I own   industry   in    Morocco   deprives ! pedltion against Tripoli.
' them of any basis for moral protest. ]     It is plain, then, that the prospect
I The British emotion is less clear of foreign intervention in the Turko-
than the French. A large and influ- Italian war is slight. The French
ential section of the British public gain by its protraction, fIiico it elim-
Is hostile to all war and intolerant in lnates the Italian army; for the Brit-
Its attitude toward the nation which  ish it is equally useful, for whatever
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TUESDAY,  DECEMBER  5,  1811
SPORTS
""i��r��o local nlmrods, Me^ib. Mc-
D..a>J, Fitzgerald anc Godfrey,
spent the week-end at Crescent.
���They returned yesterday morning
with heavy bags of ducks.
���SS**!
THE DAILY NEWS.
The local High school basketball
team might do well to tackle tbe boys
from the Vancouver High. The Terminal City boys can hit a pretty fast
���clip in the game, and a meeting between tbe two teams would be interesting and give a boost to this branch
of sport in the Hoyal City.
The Vanpouver rugby team will
probably clash with tbe University of
Stanford during the Christinas vacation^ .Tbey have decided to invite the
southet'hers to visit Vancouver and
play a' series of three games.
The local cricket club ls planning
to secure more suitable playing
grounds for tbe season pf 1912. There
seems to be plenty of talent in the
city to place a team ln the fleld on a
par with those in Vancouver, but
the chief drawback bitSerto has been'
the lack of a level field.
uncommon merit, It will be seen. that,
few vaudeville admirers would flnd
anything to complain of In the fare
served up to them by the new management.
The scenery was also very much approved, and the whole,get-up of the
theatre may be considered very good.
A few more seats, however, would
bnve been a good idea last night, if
there had been aifywhere to put
them.
Industrial Lands
On Lulu Island
(Continued irom page one)
Royal Theatre.
That Manager Gillis, of the Royal
theatre, which opened last night for
the flrst time with a mixed vaudeville
and pboto play exhibition. Is filling "a
long-felt want" in New Westminster
was amply proved by the audiences
which flocked to the show. The house
was crowded to Its utmost capacity
and many people had to stand, so enthusiastically did the residents receive tbis latest addition to tbe entertainments of the city. Nor were they
-disappointed in what they saw and
beard at the Hoyal. if tbeir feelings
may be judged by tbe heartiness of
their applause of almost every num-
ber.
The bill included some excellent
turns. The star event was the big
���circus feature of the Rodriguez family,
which proved very popular. Hamlin
and Mack were two dancers that won
the spectators' sympathy at the very
start, and moved many to laughter,
while for music the management depended on Louise Byrd. who sang the
"Navajo Rag" to the accompaniment
of some stirring pictures thrown on
the screen behind her. This wild song
proved very much to the taste of the
listeners, as also did the mimicry and
whistling of Doc Farr. His Imitation
of a wood-pecker was particularly entertaining, and his whistling was of
an uninue and clever character. When
it is added that the pictures were of
tbe mayor and Alderman Johnston.
A report of the finance committee
recommending that the accounts of
Mayor Lee and Alderman Lynch for
expenses incurred on their trip to
Victoria for the municipal convention
amounting to $35 apiece be paid, was
the occasion of a small storm in a
teacup. Alderman Bryson objected to
the amount of the bill. "Why, we
used to get only |25 and we bad a
very good time on that, too," he exclaimed. Alderman Lynch laughingly
accounted for the larger sunTT)y the
increased cost of living, and the
account was passed with Alderman
Bryson alone dissenting.
The report of the health committee
was then submitted by Alderman
Dodd. The most Important Item of
this report dealt with the site of the
isolation hospital. Tbe committee
stated tbat tbey had been unable to
find a suitable site, and recommended
tbat the original site at the corner of
Sixth street and Eighth avenue be
utilized for the purpose. The neighboring residents had long understood,
they argued, that this site was put
aside for an Isolation hospital and it
would be working less of a hardship
on tbem than on any others to put
the building there. Besides, they
would be unable to sell this property
for any other purpose. Accordingly
the report was adopted.
The rest of the business transacted
was mainly of a routine character.
The report of the board of works waa
adopted, including recommendations
for the grading of Ninth street from
Sixth avenue to Third avenue, and the
purchase of a steam roller at an approximate cost of 83000.
Clerk of the Market D. C. MacKenzie submitted his November statement, which showed commissions
amounting to $101.4!) and stalls $76.40.
Allermen Johnston and Lynch were
appointed to act with the mayor as
a court of revision on tbe voters' list
for 1912. The court will sit on Monday,   December  11,   at   11  a,m.
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RELIGION AND PHIL080HY.
"The Relation of Philosophy to Religion." Is the subject of a series of
six lectures tbat are being given at
University College, Toronto, each
Friday afternoon during the Christmas term. Lectures are being de-
\lv**Tt*i\ hv members of the philosophical staff, and the aim is party to
Show that the outstanding philosophers of the ages were men ot deep
religious conviction.
Prof. T. R. Robinson, of University
College, lectured on "St. Augustine,"
who flourished about 400 A. D. The
professor touched briefly on the transition period of 700 years, in which
Christianity, which was Hebrew in
origin, became transplanted to Greek
soil. In spite of the marked differences between Greek thought and
Christianity, there was a continuity
of thought right through the ages.
The reason was that, while Christianity was accepted by the Greeks,
they moulded it into Greek forms of
thought. The potency of the Influence of platontc speculative thought
on Christianity might be measured
by comparing Christ's Sermon on the
Mount with the Nioene creed, which
was practically that of the Church
today. It was the difference between
conduct, whicb Christ emphasized, >
and a system of beliefs. The creed |
made no reference to conduct; the
Sermon on the Mount made no reference to doctrines.
The lecturer showed how the doctrine of a Trinity was found in the
platonic schools of Neo-Platonism and
Gnosticism, which were in vogue just
before the Christian era. He also
pointed out that the Arian Controversy as to the substance of the
Father and the Son was based on a
purely Greek idea.
Greek society had taken many
steps in moral progress, witnesses
being Eplctetus and Marcus Aurelius.
Yet there was no place for forgiveness in their systems. There was a
dualism in all their thought between
tbe spirit, which came from God and
the body, with Its evil, sensuous nature. They sought to get away from
the fleshly rather than transform It,
which it was   lhe genius   of Christianity to do.
Augustine was a disciple of Greek
philosophy for a time, but finally
took refuge in Christianity. He accepted the Hebrew God, the doctrine
of salvation through grace; and yet
hls theology was permeated wltn
Greek Ideas. He. sought to get over
tbe dualism of tbe Greeks as to "God"
and "evil," by the doctrine that man
in the beginning was free until he
sinned, after which he\ became predestined.
In conclusion, the professor said
that emn were eevr slow to change
the form of their beliefs, fearing to
upset tbe fundamentals of their religious systems. The alarm caused
by "Evolution" and "Historic Crltl
cism" was proof of this. But when It
could be pointed out tbat our religion
had before now undergone great
transformation, and that it would
survived, might we not hope that lt
would survive another? "When we
consider," he concluded, "that our
religion's familiar historical form is
not its original one, might it not be
that the impending changes would
at any rate take it no further away
from, and perhaps even bring it back
somewhat nearer to its original
form."
Harduppe���Is Wiwway honest?
Borrowwell���Well, he came around
to my house the Other day and stole
an umbrella I had borrowed from
bim.���Philadelphia Record.
"Did you ever eat, grape fruit?"
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TUESDAY,  DECEMBER  5,   1911.
WHIMOFAWOMAN
It Cost Her Her Life In the Wreck
of a Submarine.
DROWNED WITH HER FIANCE.
Story of a Pathetic Episode That Was
Intertwined   With   the   Tragic   Less
'   With  All  en   Board  of the   French
'   Terpede Beat Pluviose.
Underlying the tragedy of tbe loss
of the French submarine torpedo bo.'t
Pluviose with twenty-seven lives
when sbe was sunk in the bottom of
tbe English channel by a collision
wltb a surface steamship on Msy 25.
1010. was a piteous episode, involving
the death of a beautiful and brilliant
young Frenchwoman.
The French, government suppressed
tbe story ao thoroughly that to this
day the name of tbe young woman is
not known save to those in paramount
authority in tbe navy, but American
liuvul officers say the fact of the bap-
]i<>nlng bus become known to otber
tin vn I men uli over the world.
The I'luviose nnd a sister submarine
tind gone out from tbe navy yard at
Caleb about 1 o'clock lu tbe afternoon
for u  series of maneuvers.   She was
uImiui two miles from shore and was
disporting in u series of dives aud ris-
tv-Js t<> the surface.   The feat known
as   ������porpoising"   was   being   accomplished with great skill, tbe submarine
being entirely responsive to every turn
of a directing wheel In ber machinery.
The act of "porpoising" is an Imitation
of the action of tbe porpoise tn Its leaps
ubove   water  and  prompt  disappearance- Immediately afterward,   fn the
submarine the maneuver ls made for
tbe purpose of scouting, tbe boat being brought toward the surface sufficiently for its periscope to protrude out
of water, wben the officer below ls enabled to make a general circular sttr-
i����.v of tbe water above blm. Tben tbe
boat direi .sat of sight Jn case of war
sbe would'liard^ljbted ber enemy and
*>e enabled to proceed cToB6ly to a bnt-
*!es'hip cr ctrAiet flnd discbarge torpedoes directly at ber foe,
Tn tbe act of thus coming to the surface the Tluvlose came up directly under the channel steamship Pas de Ca-
tutmariur^nd^ore'l^Je'Tiole holier
upper rflsement, a rent Bf teen feet
Jong nnd two feet wide." Info this the
���water rushed. mThe submarine slag-
pered along wiflRier bull Just showing
nbove ifie surface, her engines dls-
fibled. ber crew unnble to do anything
STATE PAWNSHOPS.
THE MAGNETIC NEEDLE.
perform hie Journey to tbe money leud-
er.    Far from feeling, after the door
in
French Rate Is 7 Per Cent���Sometimee    It la Quite Often Very Par Prem Heine
No Interest le Charged. True te the Pel*.
With none of the timidity or beslta-      "True as the heedle to the pole." like
tlon or the shamefaced aspect of our \ many another popular saying, conveys
user of pawnshops does the Parisian i �� distinctly erroneous impression.   In
order to keep Itself duly informed as
to tbe unfaithfulness of tbe needle to
.  *  *., j *.,      .... .i the pole, or. technically, the ������variation j
bos closed bebtyd him. that he is to] of JJ ���,���,������������.. fron lbe true northi
the country of the enemy, the French- , our gortnmeat maintains- a division
man can have bis patriotic ardor nt It*   of terre8trial magnetism.
highest,  for over the  pawnshop  (lies;     Kot onlT does ,Ue magnettc needlel
tbe tricolor of France Instead of the f different places, but the varta-
gtlded balls, nnd tbe guard at tbe door    Uon cbaagea trom year 1o Tear and
ls a belmeted. white gloved republican
guard.   Tbe customary whispering as !
tbe borrower exchanges goods for cnsh j
is unknown.    Borrowing Is u business
transaction with tbe government.
It Is not out of appreciation of these [
conditions, of course, that 7.000 people
even at different times In tbe day. On
magnetic survey Vburts those placea
which at a particular time have the
same amount of variation are connected by wbat Is known us un lsogonic. or
equal variation line. Tbrough these
,,,,,. , ,    , ,        i points on the map in which there la uo
?a"y .:.[S.i} 1*1. """'l1!!1 ILa���lb0P"; I reflation of tbe needle from tbe true
nortb  a   line  known  aa  tbe  agonic
but their business trip Includes a
knowledge of tbe fact that whatever
profits wlll accrue to tbe establishments will finally go back to the \ieo-
ple.
There Is no haggling, says n writer
In tbe Philadelphia Record. On Jewelry four-fifths of tbe value of tbe object can be secured; on the otber articles two-thirds. The Interest Is 7 per
cent per annum. Should a borrower lie I
In tbe unfortunate position of having
paid Interest for many years without
being able to release the article the
authorities will return IL When Inter-
.est has not been paid the object In
question goes to the auction, nnd then
tbe righteousness of Paris pnwnbrok-
Ing la decidedly In evidence, for after
the sale bas been consummated nnd
tbe original loan nnd Interest nre deducted from the money secured by
the sale the surplus goes to ths borrower. Should the money remain unclaimed It Is turned over to the Purls
hospitals, nml, curiously enoug'i. these
hospitals profit to the extent of 100,-
000 francs a year.
When one bus made n study of
French pnwnltroklug laws It is easily
seen that Ibe first object served by
these laws ls to protect people wbo
want Immediate money advantages
Frauce (and we may sny France, for
municipal pnwnbroking ls to be found
in every comer of the country) cures
little thni ninny tr"inactions arc car
ried on nt u loss, lii one year of some
2,000,000 pawned articles In Turis
1,000,000 wero effected at n loss, nine*, j Th, GrMt vtollntat Pidn't Play tht'
uo miction  will bring a complete Te MiMr on Thii Cesasien. I
turn ot. small pbj^ta   OMSflKw this |    ^ fo,|OWlnS story places roganlnt'
Ts offset by the return ?rom loans on | ln  ���   bcf.pr  lij;ut tuan  lh|9  muaica|
tlie other million nrticles.  but should    mIser wus amlst0Bled t0 appear.  And
passes.
Iron deposits and mountain rangee
modify tbe action of tbe unknown
causes-ot tbe periodical variation and
cause these lines to become even more
crooked than tbose which mark equal
temperatures, known as isothermal
lines.
lsogonic charts may be accurate to-.
i day and full of small errors in a few
years. The famous Mason and Dixon'a
line between Pennsylvania and Maryland, wbicb wns surveyed In tbe years
17G3 to 17C7. was run by tbe stars
and not by tbe needle, a great piece of
foresight In that day. If lt bad been
surveyed by tbe compass In 1800 It
would bave shown a deviation in soms
places of two miles, and bad the line
been run by uncorrected compass a
hundred years Inter, ln 1000. the variation would bave reached nearly nineteen miles to tbe soutb and the rich
conl fields of two Maryland counties
would have been thrown into Pennsylvania.
The discovery of the magnetic
needle's shortcomings is believed to
bnve been made during the voyage of
Columbus. Tbe disclosure constitutes
a high tribute to tbe scientific perceptions of tbat day. even though It spread
consternation timong tb? ships' crews. I
���-Hnrper's. ���~ *\
PAGANINI  HELPED  HER.
to check tbe Inrush of water.   And she
went down.
Sbe bad a crew of twenty-seven men
Commnndnnt Pnis waif the senior otfi
rer.    Tliere   were  two  other  officers
fliore be .1 deficiency the municipality
has no hesitation in going down In Its
pockets ami thus bus nn Indirect mode
of taxing the well to do to support lhe
needy. Since no country lias raised n
cry ngulust charity, this, ns one form
of It, can be passed without criticism.
The fact Is. money is lost on all loans
under UO francs.
The  capital  of the pawnshops  consists of leK'-ieles, gifts-nud subventions
munc.
Occasionally. Us tit lirenobtel
nnd Montpelller. Uie establishments \
are so well endowed that no Interest
is charged. Paris, for no unfathomable
reasons, does the largest p��wnbroklun
business on the continent 34,00(>.OtHj
francs liein^' the nveruge yearly
pledges nud 80.000.000 francs redeemed. Tlie total revenue Is 4,000.000
francs, the expense of management
1,500,000 francs, the interest on capital
about 1.5011,(1(10 francs und the net prof-
Its 150,000 francs.
Which one of these three lt was whose \ of the Btate. department or the com \
^weethenrt waa aboard ls not definitely known to the American navnl offl
eers, but they declare tbere is no doubt
of the fnct
One of the three officers listened tc
the plendlngs of his fiancee thHt she be
allowed to make a trip in the submarine with him nnd share with bim
ibe peril tbnt his duty so often required
liim to bravo. He must bave had a
(consultation with bis brother officer;
'mid got their consent lo  wink at lt.
for the regulntlons of tbe French navy
strictly  forbid  women   to  make  auy
trips   in   submarine   boots.     Perhaps
the very  fnct thnt It was forbidden.
that   If   she  succeeded   lu   making   s
Journey to tbe bottom of the sea in s
Mihtnniine she would bave enjoyed nn
experience the like of which uo otber
Frenchwoman  micrbt claim, actuated
Iier.   But. whatever the conditions thnt
brought   lt   abotjt.   the   young   offlcer
did escort her secretly aboard tbe Plu
vlose.
She wore a long oilskin cost and
sou'wester hat belonging to her sweetheart, which sufficiently disguised ber
Bex to admit of ber going abonrd without  being challenged  by  any  of  the
pentrles patrolling tbe quay where tbe
Pluviose lay tethered ou the dny thnt
���flu* was to mske her ratal trip.    And
tbe   girl.   Hualllmt  over   her   triumph..
climbed down the ladder into the little
Riisoline filled room and beard the or
ders given for lbe bntteping down of
uli the batcbes^he firn^Bcrewing into
places of these coverings and then,
perhaps fascinatedly, 'watched tbe dial
ludlcutor ns it told how the Pluvlpse
was sinking dewier and deeper Into
tbe sea. .
Divers who went down nfter the
Tluvlose wus sunk, carrying below
eteel cables with which Ineffectual attempts were made wltb huge derricks
above to bring the Tluvlose to tbe surface, report��d tbat tbey beard rapplngs
In the Interior of the submarine. I��
any event, wben. days Inter, the i'luviose was raised ntrfl tugged Into shallow water, none tbat had been uboard
of ber wus ntlve. She had filled completely with water. As she wns raised
the water poured from the great gash
that bad beeu cut In her steel casement by tbe Channel steamship.
Once In shallow water It was the
work of only a little while to remove
the covering of tbe conning tower, ln
that lower they found the young offlcer. Aud dead ln bis arms, wltb ber
own arms tightly clasped around his
oeck and ber young fa��'e resting
against his breast, tbey found tbe
young woman.-New York World.
A   Resourceful   Legislator.
"It will be luijiosslble for ns to transact nny public business tonight," snld
tbe president of the city connell, "be
cause ef the lack of n quorum."
"Mr. Chairman." snld the new mem
ber. arising quickly, "I have been elected on n pledge to my eonstltnency thnt
I sliall week untiringly HRd unceasing
ly for the upbuilding nnd uplifting of
oiir city, nnd 1 bow ami bere move
Unit a committee be nppolhted to con
sldcr the Immediate purchase of us
good n quorum ns the market affords
and thnt the committee be Instructed
to secure the <(Tiorum nnd lmve It properly Installed by the next meeting
night. And furthermore," lie snld. with
n line patriotic touch, "let us obtain n
good American quorum nnd not one
of those ancient I Ionian things!"
really one Is led to wonder wbicb is
the true Puganlnl-tbe miser or tha
kind nrtist giving bis talent to assist n
poor servunt girl. One morning tbe
maid wbo waited on blm ln I'aris
came to blm, weeping, and told bow
her lover bad been conscripted und
sent away to tbe war, and sbe. of I
course, wus too poor to buy a gubstl- ,
tute for blm.
t'agnnlnl resolved to aid the strl and
took a unique Way to do It.   Be procured a wooden shoe and so fashioned
lt   that   it  could   be  strung   up   and
played like n fiddle.   Tben  be adver- i
Used tbat be would give n concert and !
piny five pieces on the violin and flve I
on   a   wooden   shoe.   Of  course  tbls'
strange announcement drew a goo-1
bouse. The violinist bod given tbe girl
tickets to the concert, and after it wns
ovrtr be went to her. and. pourlpr :'j.W0
francs Into her lap. he told her tbnt
sbe could now purchase a srlistltute
for ber sweetheart and wltb the remainder set up bousekeep'ug.  Ile nlsii \
gave her the wooden shoe t'. ^t bnd
brought  ber sucb  good  fortune nnd
told ber to sell it Of course this ruri--j
ous instrument brought ber f. goodly
sum. which sbe udded tc  the t mount
which was to bring b*r domestic hnp-
plness.���W. Francis Gates tn "Anecdotes of Great Musicians."
��."8*
%
Diplomatic.
She (coldly)-l hardly know how to
receive your proposal. Tdu..knftw 1 ara
worth a million, of course! .fuck (dtp-
ior"(,f,'",iii' Yes���worth a million other (,..m   ^he (rapturously)���Oh, Jackl
In tlie Swim.
A serious accident happened nt the
supper tulile. Somebody���It's, always
"somebody" who is to blame���upset a
pitcher of wnter over the cloth. There
was u general srnmpcrtog nud it culling for somebody to remedy tbe mle-i
chief.
"How ceuld you lie ae careless.
Toin'i'' cried Freddie indignantly.
"Never mind, my boy," replied Tom.
in bis airy wny. "It's all right. We're
all  lu the swim now."
Wanted Regular Wont
A farm hand bad worked In the field
from dawn till darkness, doing the
chores by lantern light "I'm going ta
quit," be said to tbe farmer nt the
end of the month. "You promUed me
a steadv Job."
"Well, haven't yon got oner was ths
astonished reply.
"No." snld the man: "there are thres
or four hours every night tbat I doi,'t
have anything to do and fool my tiui*
cway sleeping."���Success Magazine.
*r
Maybe It Didnt.
Tommy-I did wash my face. Mother-How dnre you tell me that? Why,
It's Just ns dirty us ever. Tommy-
Well. 1 washed It. but maybe It didn't
take. You know uiy vaccination didn't
tbe first time.
A Case of Disbelief.
BIIl-Yon.look bad. Jim. Been laid
up? Jim���Today's the flrst time out
of doors for three months. Bill ���
What was the matter with you? .Tlm���
Not bin', bnt the magistrate would not
believe IL���Loudon Telegraph.
A Gentle  Hint.
"But look here. Snip." suld Slowpay.
"you haven't put any pockets In these
trousers. What's the matter with yon r'
"Why. Mr. tJlowpny." replied mo
man of clothes. "I wa* going to suggest that In case you ever had anything to put into tliem you send It up
to us to keep for you." ��� Harjwr'e
Weekly. |
Not True te Life.
"How very few statues there are of
real women."
"Yes; It's bard to get them to took
right."
"How sof
"A woman remaining still and saying nothing doesn't seem tne to life."
���Boston Transcript
if'W n miserable thing to live in sue-
l��euse; it ls lbe life uf a splder.-Swlft,
-..        ft
The Eaiy Part
The doctor says you must stop eating    meat    nnd    drinking    whisky."
"Well." replied the major, "meat never did agree with me."
i Hls Curiosity.
8tranger-l noticed your advertisement ln tbe paper this morning tor a
man to retail Imported canaries. Proprietor of Bird Store���Yes. sir. Are
you looking for tbe Job? Stranger���
Oh. no. I merely had a curiosity to
know bow the canaries lost tbeir tallsl
Net Worth Bothering About
Customer���Confound   yon.   that's  *
piece of my ear! Barber���Only a small
bit. sir; not sufficient to affect the 'earing!���London Opinion.
Look not mournfully Into the past;
The best farming lands ln Siberia ' it cornea not back again.   Wisely lm-
are those nearest to China,     jfljgfc - j prove the present .^���
Merchants
who advertise their goods in The
Daily News need not worry about
the possibility of having OVERSTOCKED any line of goods.
Purchasers
who intend to make gifts to their
friends or themselves should select
immediately, while displays are so
complete, and by reading what
various merchants have to say in
The Daily News they will find
many suggestions that will save
them needless worry in selecting.
Anything from a Greeting Card
to a Parcel of Real  Estate.    .    *
I
i
*' mn Tn��ronni
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COCOA
and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada.     Made   by   a   perfect   mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
���SJSic       flavor and food value.
The New Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of thc
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
' Canadian Mills at 1000 ALBERT STREET,  MONTREAL
ROBIN HOOD
MOOSCJMT.MSK -
WW.
���cam hood
Makes lighter,
better flavored and
a more nutritious bread.
and more loaves to tho sacll ���
than any other flow. ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR is made from the choicest wheat
from the most select farms in Saskatchewan.
A monev-bach guarantee in every sack.
Robin Hood ^ ���f�� -MAng ��� moose jaw TUESDAY, DECEMBER  6, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
paob srvm
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
L O. O. F. AMITY LODOB NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodgs
ara held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend.    C. J. Purvis, NG.;  W.
C. Coatham, P. G. recording secretary;  R. Purdy, financial secretary
PROTECTS PEDESTRIANS.
Steel Mesh Splash Guard* Far Aste-
mebils Wheels.
Tha municipal authorities of London
have taken uader considerstloo tbe
complaints of pedestrtsns thst mod
bsths sre forced upon tbem every wet
day by motor omnibuses and other
atreet vehicles. Consequently several
tests have been made of a steel mesh
STENOGRAPHY   A   TYPEWRITING
.MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Pbone 416. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
FISH   AND  GAME.
AYLING St, BWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AODITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 12$. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, bsrrlstsr-st-
law, solicitor, ate; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, Naw Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tela
pbone 710.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE *
MARTIN���-Barristers and Solicitors, tbe bubs of tbe wheels, the .bottoms
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 snd 8' reaching to within s fraction ot an
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and Inch of tbe ground and forming a
McKenzie streets. Vancouver of-1 shield between tbe wheels and pedes-
flces, WlViama building, 41 Gran-1 triaus. in one. of tbe testa a white
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C.; ���.reen wu erected on a suburban road
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie. O. �� . nenr a mnd puddle>   0nIr , f^, Uny
bflasb aoaaos fob av*o*.
splash guard designed to keep tbe mud
from  flying outward  wben s  wheel'
drops Into n puddle.
Tbe splssb guards are suspended from
Martin.
 ���^__���_ drops of mud were splashed upon It
J  P  HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER, b* * motor ��n��n|bus equipped with the
solicitor and notary, 610 Coltfmbia shields,  wblle a  broad checked pat-
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
tusKU OF TKADK���NBW w s.a'1-
minster Board of Trade meet* m th*
board room, City Hall, ao follows:
Third Thursday ot each month;
quarterly
leru of black and white resulted when
the splash guards were removed.
NEW FLASHING LIGHT.
Automatie Rs'velving Mechanism Con.
trolled by a Clock.
'Since tbe Introduction of tbe unattended flashing buoy Trinity House,
tbe organization which controls tbs
safeguarding of tbe British coasts, has
evolved s single apparatus whicb will
turn tbe gas off snd on st tbe proper
times, give s flashing light snd only
require attention at protracted Intervals.
Tbe first automatic flashing light
bsd automatically revolved lenses, but
tbe light was always burning, says
Popular Mechanics. Another step wss
tbe Introduction of s timing mechanism by means of which tbe gas could
be turned on and off at varying times
of tbe day sod night according to the
period of tbe jear.
Tbe new apparatus Is very simple
end hss met with s remarkable degree
of success In tbe tests. The clock
which regulate* the turning off nnd on
of tbe gss Is wound by the mechanism
which revolves tbe lens: consequently
tbe apparatus Is entirely automate.
The clock. Is of special form, being pro-
Roots Bored Asphalt.
Although asphalt paving or lining Is
generally   supposed   to  constitute  an
meeting    ou  the    intra  ,08o|Ute   barrier   against   vegetation.
Thursoay of Fsbruary, May, *����<���� ' experience at the  Bank  of  Italy. In
and Novemner, at a p.m. annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may bs
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meetui*. C. **���
Rtnart-Wade. eecretary
NEW
; Rome, demonstrates tbat the contrary
Is tbe fact   According to tbe Builder.
, Ibe courtyard of thut building Includes
| a small garden planted with shrubs
'snd   particularly   with   drneena   and
.  cbnmerops.    Beneath  tbe court Is a
; basement covered by masonry arches,
MAIL      , tne extrados of which Is protected by
s layer of asphslt seven-eighths of sn
WESTMINSTER
SERVICE
Tims Time |ncb thick, wltb the object of prevent-
of ��f    lng the percolation  of moisture Into
Arrival: Cloelng:  (np  chamber   wbere   documents   are
40:00���United States via C. P. R. Wed.    Some little time sgo it wns
(dally except Sunday).23:00 n,,,!,.^  tblU damp pntcbes appeared
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R-
(dally except Sunday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
LAND ACT.
New Wsstmlnstsr Land Dlatrict District of Nsw Wsstmlnstsr.
Take notice that I. Walter 8. Rose,
of New Westminster, B. C, occupation broker, inteatWto apply for permission to lease tne following described land.
Commencing at a post planted one
and a half miles from Lillooet river
on the east bank of Twenty Five Mile
creek, running 80 chaina north, thence
80 chains east, thence 80 chains
south, thenee 80 cbalns west to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
Date, September 18th, 1911.
WALTER S. ROSE,
Name ef Applicant (ln full).
JAMES G. McRAE.
Agent.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re Lota 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, Block 2; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8. 9, B'ock 3; Lots
1, IA, IB, 4, 6, 6, 7, Block 4; Lots
1, '��, 3. 4, 5, 6, Block 5; Lots 1, 2, 3.
4, 5, 6, Block 6; Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5,
6, Block 7; LOU 1, 2, 3, 4. 6, 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, in the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of Certlflcate of Title Number 19478F. 1 su��d
In tbe name of The Bldwell Bay and
Belcarra Company, Limited, hi* been
flled in this office.
��� Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published ln
tbe Cit/ of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certlflcate, un
lesB in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in wtitiner.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., November 20, 1911.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1117.
CAPITAL       914.400,000.00
RESERVE   .t2AOO.000.QO
Branches throagnoui Canada and
Newfoundland, ano in London, England, Nsw York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.8.A, and Mexico City. A general
banking buslnsss transacted. Letters of Credit lssuad. available with
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Dspsrtmeat��� Deposits
received ln sums of $1 sad upward,
and Interest silowel at 8 por cent par
annum (present rats).
Total  Assets over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
t��. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
on the ceiling and tbnt tbe stze of
these Increased rapidly. On removing
Ihe earth from above the masonry It
was    found   that    several    roots   of
(daily except Sunday).20:30 thamerops     had     penetrated     right,
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E.  R. through th* asphalt, tb* holes being
(daily except Buatay) .11:45 about one-quarter of an loch In dlame-
1J:00���Victoria  via "fa.  C.  B.  R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via O. N. R.
ter and almost aa clean aa tf bored by
a tool. Being unable to pass tbrough
the  masonry,   tbe   roots  bad   forced
(dally except Sunday)... 8.46 tne|r way between It and the asphalt
16:15��� United States vla-Q. N.'��.
idaily except 8sndai)..l��:00
11:40��� All points east and Europe    (dally)     8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe .(daily)   13:15
10:18���SappertoSf and Fraser
Mills     (dally     except
snd. seine of them having perished,
left holes through which water passed
Rare Roman Coins.
Coins buried for 1.000 yeara came to
{light at Dompterre.  France, wben a
farmer was leveling his yard.   These
Sunday)       1:30' date from the Gallo-Romnn period and
80:00���Sapperton    sr-1     Fraaer | number about 2.800.    Of these some
mills      (dally     except 'j.ooo are silver *pd tbe rest brouse.
Sunday)      14:00(jTtaev bsd'been buried to an earthen-,
10:18���McKay, Coquitlam   (dally I wnn TeW6j ,,,tcwl ln , rt0Be bum bld-
7Z*sa--*-*��22at ���iES&'Ls'MA' 8:3�� log place.   Aa to tbe silver coins, these
12:00-Central   Psrk   and   fed- (��*J J Tefj gow, ���.��� of ^^
Ed
monds    (daily    except
Sunday)       1116
1400���East Burnaby   (dally   ai-
Sunday)  18:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday aad
AUTOMATIC    FLASHINfl    I.IOHT,    BBOWIKO
DK1VINO   MiCUAN'ISM.
vlded wltb two dials, one of which Is
divided Into twenty-four divisions representing the hours of tbe diiy and the
otber Into twelve divisions representing the months of tbe year. A lixed
pointer is provided, aud If thn dials are
set tv the dny of the month uud time
of day the mechanism will light up
and extinguish tbe lump ut the correct
time eacb day, making tbe necessary
variations for tbe time of yar. Tbe
power wbicb revolves tbe lenses and
winds ibe clock is. of course, provided
by the pressure of tbe gas. and tbe
whole itiechuulsm aa welt aa this llgtat-
lng of the lamp depeuds on the turning on of the gas by the clock.
Tbe quantity of gas contained In tbe
reservoir, which will be located In tbe
base of tbe apparatus Instead of In a
tank at tbe side, as shown In tbe Illustration, will be sufficient to keep the
light nt work for four months. Tbe
flash of Ibe light baa sn Intensity of
8.-500 csndlepower.
tion and are One specimens, but the
bronze coins suffered much from the
air. A number of rare pieces were
found ln the collection coming fsom
Friday)  1$:$0! Ihe reigns of some obscure Roman emperors of the late period. Tbe eldest
coins dsto from the Emperor Trajan
(03 to 117 A. D.) and the most recent
from Diocletian It Is thought that the
coins were buried about 315 A. D.
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday aad
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and Friday    14:00
10:00��� Ladner. Port . Qaiohoa,
Westham bland, Bun
Villa  H:J0
10:00���Annievillle (dally   except
Sunday)  13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)   12:30
to :6s���Vancouvsr, Piper's Siding via O. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kails
via O.  N.  R.  (dally ax-
(daily except Sunday).14:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       , 14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday  and
Friday)       14:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake tdally ax-
ceet Sundav   16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)  23:00
16:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)  8:46
16:16���Hall's Prairls, Fan Rldga
and Hazlemere (Tues.
day, Thursday aad Saturday  8:46
tli20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lohaaa, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale.Lang-
ley Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Bar*
dis, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
except Sunday)    8:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. B. R.
(dally axcept. Sunday).17:30
(daily except Bunday).20:30
41:20���Abbotsford   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:SO
46:50���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R*
(dally except Sundiy). 17:(0
Stamp With Key Tag.
A request on a key tag to return tbe
same through the mails should It be
carried away by mistake does not always accomplish the desired result, ss
It requires the buying snd placing of
a stamp. To add to tbe chances of a
key nnd tag being returned an Indiana
hotel man has patented a tag which
carries a postage stamp under a little
celluloid disk. Tbe disk, wbicb protects tbe stamp against wear or defacement. Is pulled off and thrown
away when tbe key fai deposited to a
mall box.
Chinsss Rios Pspsr.
Chinese rice paper bas no rice In Its
imposition. The curiously brittle,
pure white material used for tbe mar
relous drawings of Cblueije artists Is
manufactured from the pith of a tree
peculiar to Formosa. The flrst paper
wits not made of row cottou nor by tbe
Chinese. Bag imper was made tn
Arabia more than ten centuries ago.
snd tbe crusaders brought tbe Industry
to Europe, where tbe flrst pai>er manufactory was established tn tbe lust
years of the thirteenth century.
Strength ef Jarfsness Nsvy.
The present strength of the Japanese
nnvy ts as follows: Fourteen battleships of 223,284 tons, one time expired
battleship of lQ.noo tons, thirteen first
clsss cruisers. 138.0R2 tops: seven second class cruisers. 38.062 tons; thirteen
third clnsk cruisers. 48.713 tons; fifty-
seven destroyers, fifty-nine torpedo
boats nnd thirteen submarlnes.-8clen-
tlflc American.
Permute Fer Reef Pelnt
A good slate colored paint for a raoC
ts mads from whits load, lampblack
and yellow ocher.
Ths San Pedro Breakwatsr.
After ten years of constant labor the
government completed a few months
ago tba huge breakwater at the harbor
sf San Pedro, Cal.. which extends ses-
wnrd for a total distance of 0.250 feet,
with a mean width of 200 feet at the
bottom. At tbe extreme outer end tbe
depth of water is forty-eight feet snd
here will be erected a permanent light
aad fog station, which wlll rest on s
solid concrete founds tlon forty feet
square. Nearly 2.800.000 Iona of rock
were used In ths substructure snd 232.-
600 tons In tbe superstructure, 'lhe total cost of tbs rock slooe was $2,748,-
Modern Abreelvee.
Carborundum and alundnm ara
smong tbe latest of modern abrasives.
They are made at Niagara Falls by
means of the electric power generated
by the cataract Another new abrasive made there Is aloxlte. which la
used for grinding steel stools. The
manufacturers state that It does uot
greatly beut tbe tools nor draw tbeir
temper. Suniite. another new abrasive
made at tbe same place. Is used fnr
cutting or abrading aluminium. Its
cutting surface does uot glaze or till
when It Is used on slumlnlum or otber
fibrous metals.
Locking Car Dears by Ain
Wbat seems to be u practicable invention Is a device for locking the
doors of English railway cars by means
of tbe air pressure of the Westing-
bouse air brake. By means of a conveniently located switch tbe guard Instantly locks every carriage door on
tbe train- Similarly all doors are kept
locked until ths train haa come to a
stop, when they#are released by tbo
guard.
.The Mast Ancient Map.
After some controversy about tbo
age of various mops tbat bave corns
down to us from undent times It haa
lieen finally determined by savants
that the oldest hi in the form of s
mosaic In a Byzantine church at Mal-
slMi.Ui Palestine, it Is about 1,700
years old nnd purports to be a map
of a part of lbs Holy Land.
��� .' i '**     *
The Auto Wind Shield.
Rnb dry castlle soap on the automobile wind shield snd polish with a silk
cloth to prevent tbs deposit St mote
turn
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 certlflcate of Title Number 1199F, Issued
in tbe name of George' Carter, has
been filed in this office.    -.
Notice ls hereby given that I shal'.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objec
tion be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New West
minster, B. C. Oct. 31, 1911.
8PIRITUALI8M
A Spiritual meeting will be held at
Mr. J. Clark's residence, Inman avenue, Central Park, near station,
Thursday evening at S p.m- All ar��\
welcome.    Literature tor  sale.'
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phona 106.    P. O. Boa 846.
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'Phase ian     Bars 'Phone 13
Begbie Street
deiivereo   promptly
aay part of tho elty
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICB���TPAM DEPOT
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
GRM*D
-ret*
SX5
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF AT  12
MIDNIGHT
S.S. Prince Rupert
3500 Tons; 7000 Horsepower.
EVERY SATURDAY FOR VICTORIA
AND SEATTLE
EVERY MONDAY FOR PRINCE
RUPERT
Stawsrt, Queen Chsrlotte Islands snd
points east of Prince Rupert on the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Through tickets to Eastern destinations via the Grand Trunk Railway
ay stem Double Track Route. Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Meals a-la-
carte.
TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE.
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
Cspltal   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve   7,200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pactuc.
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cltiea in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
bankine facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
City Ticket and Freight Offices,
527 Granville 8treet
Telephone:   Passenger, Seymour 7100
Telephone:   .Freight   -Seymour 3063
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victorls.
10:00 A .M Dally axcept Tuesday
1:00 P. M Dally
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
10:00 A. M.
11:00 P. M.
For  8eattle.
 Dally
 Dally
YES, WE CAN
CLEAN H
Our process of Dry Cleaning
and Dying la MARVELLOUS.
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to cast
aside.
Phone R278 ter the Best Work.
Gest's Snite Pressed   ���   75c
Gent's Suits Cleaned $1.50 ap
ROYAL CITY
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyers
G. F.  BALDWIN, PROP.
345 Columbia Street.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
ihi to 26 H. P.
t and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent*
Westminster Iron Works
Phons  53.
Tsnth   8t���   New  Wsstmlnstsr.
Phene 388.
P. O. Box 557.
For Prince Rupert snd Alaaka
11:00 P. M...Nov. 4th, 12th, Dec. 8th.
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
11:00 P. M...Oct 31, Nov. 11th, 26th
For Hardy Bay.
8:30 A. M Wednesdays
Fer Upper Fraser  River Polnta.
Leave New Westminster, 8:00 A.M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack. 7:00 A. M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf lalanda Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Gallano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganes Hr. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent,' Nsw Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday tn Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 608, Residence shone 601.
P. G. GARDINER.        A.L.MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
t
Mo   9*   Ac
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER    TRUST     BLOCK.
Phons 881. Boa 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Wsters,   Aerated Waters
���
Mshutaeturad by
. J�� HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Tolsshoos R 111 OMMf Princess St
Choice Beef, Mutton,
lamb, Pork and Veal
nhsm mm to.
I
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Markst Square, Nsw Wsstmlnstsr.
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL a ODOV
Corner Eighth St snd Fifth Avenue
PHONE 870.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of oronto
offer* to all such people
the facilities of their
large and strong banking organization.
hterest u paid oa Saviats
BaUaces kaf-y early.   ::
Basiacss (Accoanti   opeaed
m favorable term.   ?.   v.
INCORPORATED 1885 '
ASSETS  $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER.   B  C
BRANCH
���18 CslwnJls Street.
vCtS
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Gl
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phons 887
B.C
HORSE
BLANKETS
WE haye on hand a
full line of Horse
Blankets, Buggy Rugs and
Waterfront Covers. The
Prices are Right and the
Quality is Guaranteed.
T. J.TRAPP
& mm, nro.
Phot* 8f. No^mysstmlnster, B. C PA06 MOM   ' 18 WWIt
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1��H.
SEE ouK^srrocK
���"sm  y.e*i'.an.��
OF
Christmas
Goods
Vi** CS' E
CARVERS,
*     ��8dPPER and
^PLATED
CUTLERY
GILLETTE SAFETY
RAZORS
���*���
City News
avenue, wlll
ANDERSON & LUSBY
��34 Columbia St.     Phone 22-23
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Ceaspools, 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 incalcul-
able. Come in and see me
about it.
( i
Alfred W. McLeod
m
INSURANCE
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1882.
FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS
.       -IN-
Brushes of All Kinds
Hair, Hat, Clothes, Tooth,
Infant, Hand. In all these
lines we have the very latest, including1' EBONY and
IV0RY01T). See our Show
Window.
Xmas Goods
now in, and a big and beautiful line too.   Look us up.
Miss  L.  Davie,  Sixth
not receive thla week.
Ice cream, all fruit flavors, promptly-
delivered.    Phone 310.   1. A. Reid.   ��
Mrs. John Godfrey, city, spent the
week end in Vancouver with her par
ents.
Doc Farr, a member of the company
appearing at the Royal- theatre, Is
staying at the Windsor hotel.
Rev. J. S. Henderson wlll lecture
in Knox church on Thursday evening on "A trip to fhe Old Country.'
Four or five cars of slate arrive!
yesterday and the day before on tha
C. P. R. This material is destined for
the Weatholme Lumber company.
A court of revision on the city
voters' list will be held on December
11, at 11 a. m. The court will sit ln
the council chamber at the City Hall.
Mrs. L. Wilkinson and Miss L.
Davis left yesterday on a trip to
Victoria and Seattle, where they will
spend two or three weeks visiting.
Tonight the New Westminster
Choral society will hold Its weekly
practice in the school of Queens
Avenue Methodist church.
The engagement is announced of
H. C. Adams, manager of the Merchants bank, New Westminster, to
Miss Nora Davis, daughter of the Rev.
Mr. Davis, rector of St. Sarnia, Ont.
Edmonds���A few choice lots on the
north of station, practically ready
for building, |:{50 and up. $50 cash,
$10 per month. Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, 706 Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C. **
Bishop de Ptncier will open a departmental Eale of work in St. Barnabas' parish hall next Wednesday. The
opening will take place at 3 o'clock in
the afternoon.
Samuel May is tbe owner of a valuable mare which strayed away
from Eleventh street on Saturday
afternoon and i disa;>;eared in the
fog. She was found on Lulu Island
on Sunday.
John Anderson, recently condemned
to six months' imprisonment as a
vag, changed his place of residence
yesterday. He was transferred to
the asylum, having been certified insane by two doctors.
Headaches caused from defective
eyesight. Get your eves tested by
a graduate optician, and'hayto' your
glasses made to suit,' Saflsfactl'ch
guaranteed. W. Gifford Optical Parlors, in T. Gifford's jewelry store.   **
"Sights and Scenes In Bonnie Scotland" will be the subject of a lecture by Rev. J. S. Henderson, to be
delivered this evening In St. Andrew's church. Lantern slides wlll
be used to Illustrate' 'the' lecture,
wliich will moreover be accompanied
with Scotch songs.
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o'clock. **
There was a big blaze at the B. C.
E. R. company's freight shed at Langley on Saturday evening. It is said
that a tramp broke into the place to
obtain a night's shelter, and it is believe 1 that he accidentally ignited a
can cf gasoline. The building was
entirely consumed. A vagrant whdta
name is unknown was arrested at
Langley yesterday morning on suspicion of being concerned in tho
affair.
The funeral of Victsr E. Hetherington. the electrician in the employ of
the B. C. E. It. company who died ai
a result of an accident sustained In
course of his railing last week, will
taWe place'thii afternoon at 2;3<l
o'clock from Center & Hanna's chapel
to thp Odd Fellows' cemetery. The
funeral will be under the auspices of
the employees of the B. C. E. R. company. Deceased was 35 ye;irB of age
and leaves a wife nnd child to mourn
him.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of the  Incorporated  Society
of Musicians (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
Prepares candidates for Teachers'
Diplomas, Licentiate and Local examinations of the Associated Board of the
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Music. Has had numerous
successes in past years.
For terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phone L638.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
OTJJ.SMUF
X"^ \ZS^Xj___________\
EXTRAORDINARY OFFERING
IN WOMEN'S DRESSES. $7.50
About One Quarter of Their Value
This is an exceptional opportunity, as the price ls very low for such dresses; there me eighteen in th*
lot; one piece styles.; all beautifully trimmed; in Marquisette, p.ain and fancy embroidered nits- sH,
mull and lawns; the shades aw pink, hello, sky, champagne and white; every one a desirable gown Reau"
lar values up to $28.00.   They should go quickly Tuesday and Wednesday at $7*50
r
Ash Street, near 4th Street
large lot, double house;  rents for
|30 per month.
$3000
Very easy terms.
Sandringham Avenue
Seven rooms, modern bungalow.
$3500
$500 cash, balance $25 per month.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
==?=�� ,	
B. & M.
FISH MARKET
537 Front SL   -   Phone 301
Fresh Salmon (half or whole), lb.. 10c
Fresh Cod (half or whole), per lb.. 8c
Fresh SOles, 2 lbs. for  ."25c
Smoked Salmon and Halibut, lb..15c
B.&M. Brand Kippered Salmon, lb.15c
Finnan Haddie, 2 lbs. for  25c
Labrador Salt Herring, per doz...50c
Large  Eastern  Oysters, per pine.50c
A MOST ATTRACTIVE
COLLECTION OF
STYLISH COATS $12.50
An Unprecedented Offer on
Tuesday and Wednesday
Here is the biggest saving event we have offered this season in strictly
new garments'. Rare opportunity to secure your winter coat at a saving
of one half and over. Stylish winter coats for women are developed from
heavy reversible Tweeds, Homespuns. Diagonal and Plain Coatings; tho
shades are representative as greys, browns, green, navy and black. We
can fit well no matter what the figure. Regular values to $28.00. Quick
selling price, each     $12.50
REMARKABLE CLEARANCE  OF  BOYS'  SUITS
Priced % Less
Rare opportunity to secure a boys' good suit at exactly one-ihlrj price reduction. We put on sale the
full range, consisting of suits in medium and high grades; sizes fitting boys ifrom three to ten years.
Every one well made and pei feet fitting styles; in Russian, Buster, Sailor and Norfolk, with straight
and bloomer pants; all wool worsteds and tweeds. Don't miss the opportunity of the season to save
much  of.  your  boys'  clothing bill.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
-\S-Y-
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
New    Westminster.    B,  C.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
CADBURY'S
CHOCOLATES
IN GREEN BOX
AT
Li-CD* Block.   44. i*  . umbla St.
New Weatmlnster. B.C.
m
SM
_
WILL BAKE LOAVES
AFTER LONG TRAVELS
A new bakery has Just been started
up In this city by II. Clayton, under
the name of the Hamilton bakery, In
the Hardman block on Mackenie
street. Mr. Clayton is a Scotsman,
who spent some years ln business Ih
London, Kngland. About ten years
ago he came out to this continent,
and worked in the Pensacola steam
bakery In Florida for some time.
Three years ago he came to Canada,
and was steward on hoard the government dre.lgo "Fruhling." Iu this
way he came to know New Westminster well, and now he has decided to
found his own business in the city
with a fixed determination to make
food.
Mr. Clayton expresses his belief in
making nothing but pure bread, and
he means to carry the same standard
into the baking of his cakes and
pies. As soon as the business demands it he will acquire a dellveiv
rig and horse, and may very likely
start another bakery to take over
part of the work that he anticipates.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVE BHOMO Q i nln -
Tablet*. Druggists refunl mon*y lf
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVES signature is on each box.   25c.
Delivery 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Terms���Casn.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front St.
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission,
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
A SNAP IN
LOTS
(969) Sixteen large lots fronting on a graded street and Just off
Second street, one of the wldeit streets in this city. These lots are
almost cleared and offer an exceptional opportunity as an Investment or for a contractor In search of cheap sites for Inexpensive
cottages.
Price $500 Each
Terms: $100 Cash, balance 5, 12,
18 and 24 months.
I.
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   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
A FREE CHRISTMAS OFFERING
%
���y'\
ON    FKI3AY,    DECEMBER   8, WE     WILL
FREE  A   FINE   STERLING    SILVER
GIVE    ABSOLUTELY
THIMBLE
To each lady visitor in our store on that day. You are not asked
to buy, but merely to view our new stock of Christmas Jewelry and
novelties.      Remember the date���DECEMBER Sth.
Chamberlin
THC
JCWCLER
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C. R*y
See Our New Lot Of
Ebony Brushes and Mirrors
ALL  PRICES
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
���PHONE 57 WE8TMIN8TER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL ANO 8EE THE LATEST   IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni.
Mgr.
N. BEARDSLEB,
Vice-President
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=   LUMBER CO, LTD.   =
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonea Na. 7 and S77. Shingles, Saah, Doors, Mouldings, Its.
New Westminster
Head Onice, New Westminster.     Branches at Vancouver
Chilliwack and Aldergrove, B.C.
Victoria,
INTERURBAN  TRAMS.
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 6, 5:45
a.m. and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Last
car 12 p.m. Sunday leaves at
6, 7, 8 a.m. and every 16 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connects
lng at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave tor
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
eave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9.30 a.m., 1.20 and
6.10 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CH1LUWACH
Tbe B. C. E. R. Co. Otters reduced rates of a (are snd a
third for week end trlpa to all
points on Its Fraser Valley
Uns.
Tickets wlll bo on salo on
Saturday and Sunday, good (or
return until Monday.
MAKE YOUB   PLANS TO
TAKE THIS  ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
HurtinRf'n .   u��d  ity*:    j^oIihis,
leaves at * 05 p.m.
BRlTiiH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
?Q8 W I

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