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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 249.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDA  Y  MOANING, DECEMBER  29,  1911.
^^^froftTAT^SS
PRICE FIV*
CITY'S COMING BBlfflBH GETS
Bylaws for Big Sums Pass
Council.
THAT HARBOR SCHEME AGAIN
Mayor Cannot Nam*    Definite    Date
When Details Will Be Ready for
Public.
Four money by-laws were rushed
through tbe council in speedy fashion
ytoitiday afternoon, and it was de
ciued to ask the ratepuyers (or
powers to borrow altogether $442,000
at the time of the election. One hun-
dred and sixtytive of this total ls to
be raised to pay off the city's overdraft at tbe bank, while the rest is
for school purposes: (or tbe purchase
or a high school site, $77,000; for ths
erection of a high school, $103,000;
for various purposes, $y.,()0u. This
last sum Is made up as follows: for
the purchase of a site for and erection of a public scliool in the west
end, $06,000; (or the balance owing
on the Sixth avenue site, $12,220; foi
the balance owing on the Queens
boiough school, $2380, anl for the
completion of the Sapperton school,
$1M00.
All these by-laws were drawn up,
read and passed on the petition ol
ratepayers of the city. They will be
submitted to the vote of the people a:
the time of the civic elections.
The cemetery by-law was also
read, but for the flrst time only. Tho
cemetery is to be purchased at m
cost of $12,500, and consists of five
acres ln the neighborhood of the
existing cemetery. Further progiess
was cot' made with tbe residents ot
the soutli side of Carroll street, who
aro afraid that the cemetery will
abut right on their homes. There Is
sowic doubt apparently about the existence or opening up of Brown street,
whicn, lt is said, should He betweeu
these homes and tbe proposed city
cemetery, and the council wished to
have time to consider the matter.
liefore the council adjourned Alderman Hryson rose to ask the mayor
when he thought be would be able to
make-public the harbor Improvement
scheme, he himself wasanlxous to
be released from the obligation to
ecu eir about the little ���wftJclr he, In
common with ' tbe other aldermen,
know. Ma>or Lee replied that the
scheme was not yet perfected in
detail, and he thought that it would
be unwise to make lt known pre
niataiely. After some discussion the
ma;, or stated that the councll would
certainly be told of it before it was
gi.cn to the public, and a motion was
purist-J asking that the scheme be
hun led to completion as soon bb possible, and when ready be submitted
at once to a special meeting of the
council. The mayor hoped that lt
wou.d be ready in much less time
than a month, but he could not five
any definite date.
'lhe action of the C. P. R. In putting in a cross-over on Front street
wituout first asking the consent of
the council, was strongly criticised
by the chairman of the board of
works, and other members of ths
council. A motion tbat tbe railway
company be asked to remove the
same at once was lost after the
major had pointed out that thnt object ot the cross-over was to, handle
perishable freight quickly. An
amendment that a representative of
tho O. P. It. be asked to attend the
next meeting of the council to explain
and endeavor to arrive at an arrangement legardlng the matter was carried..
Tho Brackman-Ker Milling company asked for a crossing over Front
street (rom their whaif, in a letter
that stigmatized the condition ot the
street as "scandaleus with mud and
water." The matter was referred to
the boar I of works to act.
More trouble was brought up by a
letter from the city engineer stating
that he had closed Lorne street be
cause the building occupied by
Messrs. Grant and Corbould was considered unsafe by himself and tbe
btilidlng Inspector. The affair aroused
a little discussion and Alderman
Johnston was anxious to know lf tha
weakening of the building had been
caused by the cutting down of the
street Alderman Campbell assured
him that this was not th* cas*, and
tbe matter was turned over to the
building committee.
The board of works report recommended the renewal of the sldewalit
on Columbia street between McNeelv
and Mclnnes streets, the construction
of a four foot walk on First street
from Eighth avenue north, and of a
sidewalk on Seventh avenue from
Sixth Btreet east to the present walk.
All these . recommendations were
adopted. It was also agreed In answer to a question from the board ot
works, that the work or cleaning the
Lulu island ditches be charged to the
1911 by-law. The council decided
tben to adopt the suggestion of the
bosrd ot works, that the city pay half
the cost of a 24-inch culvert through
the ravine lot, the People's Trast
company having ��� Signified their will
ingness to pay the other half.
QUEER PRESENT
MYSTERY DEEPENS
**..
Box of Silkworms Christmas Results
of Experiments In Industry
at Trail.
Victoria, Dec. 28.���One of the most
curious and highly original Christmas
boxes received this year by any
British Columbia, it Is safe to say,
was that which arrived at the legislative building yeslerday, literally
plastered over with label warnings ot
the necessity of extra careful handling, and addressed to the prime minister, Hon. Richard McBride. The
package, upon being cautiously opened, was found to contain two ornamental frames���the one of samples
Illustrative of spun British Columbia
silk as taken from the cocoon and
the other a living colony of Italian
silkworms busily engaged In the production of the raw material for my
lady's gown.
The unique Christmas gift came
from Trail, ln the Kootenay, where
Vannucchl dl Qiustl ft Co. are tbe
pioneers in the establishment of tbe
silkworm Industry, already giving
promise of the attainment of profitable proportions ln this province.
AMATEUR ARTISTS
IN "DANDY DICK"
St. George':    Dramatic    Society Will
Play in Opera  House���Cast le
Well Above Average.
"Dandy Dick" is billed (or January
3 at tne opera house, and will be
presented by tbe St. George's Amateur Dramatic society. Judging from
a private view of a full rehearsal tbe
play should prove a great success,
and the company is not a wiilt too
ambitious to wish to perform tills
popular comedy on the stage of New
Westminster's first theatre. Tbe
whole cast Is a sound one, while several of the members rise we.l above
this plane.' tor example Mr. B. H.
Hirl in the part of the reluctantly
"���porting dean," woi ilea by,, money
troubles and anxious for hls good
name, plays like a true actor without
exaggeration yet never forgets that
he ls not Mr. Hill, but the dean in
"Dandy Dick." Again whoever selected Mrs. J. D. Taylor for the part of
Georgiana Tidman, alias "George
T id, Sporting widow, and real good
sort, mad on ber hoi ses, and Jolly and
kin,I to everybody, must be congratulated on .his judgment. Mrs. Taylor
seems to enjoy her part, and to revel
In the dashing spirit of the tuif, and
the movement Is never slow when she
is on the stage.
A subordinate but difficult part is
that of Blore, tbe butler, outwardly
the most respectable of respectable
butlers, but secretly addicted to
" 'aving a bit on the races." The
perfectly trained man servant is
never easy to portray. The reserve
and self-command of those persons
are apt to become mere stiffness en
the stage, but Mr. Wells plays
humanly throughout and seizes his
opportunities when the restraint Is
broken down and the Inner man re
vealed. The heavy parts of the two
girls Salome and Sheba are In the
capable hands, of Miss Fetter and
Miss Homer. The latter makes a de
lightful "toy-child" for tbe old dean,
and her assumption of tbe most artless Innocence is very amusing, while
Mlss Fetter plays the elder sister
with the slight touch of added dignity
that serves only to enhance the
equal naivete of her part. As blase
military lovers Messrs. Stanley
Thompson and Charles K. Cleeg are
excellent, and Major Tarvey descends
to tremendous depths of depression
during those annoying attacks ol
liver that make him such a pathetic
spectacle at times. Mr. White plays
Sir Tristram, the sporting squire, in
great style, and without particularizing every other, member of the company Tt is sufficient to say that all
are above tho average of amateur
artists, and an enjoyable evening Is
ensured to all who will go to the
spera bouse on January 3.
Berlin's   City   Poor   Die in
Scores.
WAS IT POISON OR CHOLERA
Deaths Following Christmas Meal at
Municipal  Shelter  Show  Strang!?
Symptoms.
Berlin, Dec. 28.���More than fifty
deaths (rom ptomaine poisoning have
occurred since December 26 at    tbe
BOW TO INEVITABLE
Manchu   Princes  Assent to
Abdication.
IMPERIAL EDICT ISSUED
Shanghai  Peace Conference Apprised
by   Telegraph   of   Dsclsien
Arrived at
Shanghai, Dec. 28.���In an imperial
edict issued today the Manchu
princes virtually assent to the abdlca
municipal shelter (or homeless in . tion of tbe empeior and the establish
Jrocbel Btreet. Fifteen more of the ment of a Chinese lepubllc.
destitute men died last night and I Issued after a protracted meeting
this morning, while sixty or seventy'of the jtrlneee, In which the tierces!
others are seriously ill. New oases j recriminations were Indulged In, the
are being rushed to tbe hospitals bo . edict assents to the proposal that a
fast statistics cannot be kept. The national convention shall decide be
affair has assumed such proportion:*', tween the' monarchy and a republic,
tbat doubts are  being expressed ai  a����d orders the cabinet to decide at
C01T0N STRIKE
IN GREAT BRITAIN
One Hundred and  Sixty Weavers In
Lancashire Are Out���Quiet
and Orderly.
to whether the deaths were due, as ai
llrst believed, to tbe eating of decay
ed smoked herring, which the homeless people bad brought with tbem to
once on election laws by which   the
delegates to the convention sball be
chosen.
The edict  specifically  directs that
the shelter to eke out the scanty diet I TanK Shao YI, the Manchu represen-
provided there. A considerable num I tatlve here, shall consult with Wu
ber of cases have been reported from Ting Fang regarding the final bus
another municipal shelter and from pension of hostilities, and says it
the Jail. The authorities, however, hopes the decision of the convention
still adhere to the original theory-      j m*y  flnaliy  be  whatever Is for tho
The    symptoms    of  some  of    the   ��ood of the country.   The publication
patients     correspond   to   those     of ] ��* the edict is taken here to mean
cholera, but several post mortem ex-  that, finding further leslstance hope
amlnatlons have disproved absolutely!1*88' the Manchu'pi Inces have finally
the existence of cholera.    The hopes  determined to yield, and have adopted
that the later cases would prove lesj   th'8 method ol so doing in an euon
serious than those reported at  first ! to save at least a til he of their power
bave  vanished, many of the  victims   and possessions, as weil as to dela.��
today, as well as yesterday, succumb   *8 Ion�� as possible the day of reckon
Ing in o0 or 35 minutes   after   they j lag-
were attacked. The ambulances start- I    The action of the Manchu chiefs re-
lng from the shelter to go to hospitals   aulted from a final notice from Yuan
had  In   many cases  to change their   Shi Kai that he had done all possible
destination and go to the morgue ln-  t0 8ave the monarchy; that a national
stead, as the patients had died on the   convention was  thtir only salvation,
, way.    Others expired  in  the  shelter :&nA that if bis expedient was refused
i before they could be given attention. ! h* would cease from any further ef
!    The symptoms of the poisoning are   iortli to *tem the tide of rebellion,
fainting, which is followed by violent I    The edict, as soon as issued,   wns
Uomlting and death. The superlnten I   forwarded here by telegraph from Pe-
ent of the asylum expresses the opln ! kll>8.   and   both   Tang   Shao   Yi   and
lon, based on one of the post mortem   Br- Wu were appiisei of Its contents
; examinations,   that   the   deaths   have   at once-    No statement has yet been
not been due to flsh, but to deliberate   fe'V��n out by either the Manchu rep-
pplsoning. | resentatlve or the    former    Chineso
In spite of rumors among the de* | minister to the United States as to
tltute classes which patronize these what action will be taken, but Dr. Wo
institutions that there has been tygey**.once went Into conference with ths
liberate pict against the inmates, Ole'. ****-����� vefeei chiefs in sn effort to pre-
various shelters scattered about the Pare an answer tb the proposal,
city were even more crowded than i While he would make no deflnit/
before. Over 4500 men took refuge ] statement, Wu Ting Fang is under-
in the main station, and many physi- stood not to be enthusiastic over the
clans were present the whole night convention scheme outlined In the lm
receiving report!) of additional cases, j lerlal edict. Wu fears that the ap-
Many of those who have been taken i uarent surrender is merely an expedl-
slck have, It Is t;ald. been victims ot Jcnt t0 gain delay, to permit the coun
suggestion.   Tbey display the critical
symptoms, but on examination piovn j
not to have been poisoned. The police
are trying to establish responsibility,
but thus far have been unsuccessful..
RUSSIA'S HEAVY
HEEL ON PERSIA
try to drift into anarchy, and thus to
cause foreign Intervention.
London, Dec. 28.���A telegram from
Tien Tsin to the Exchange Telegram
company says that the Imperial
family has decided to leave Peking.
*    Vancouver Fires.
Early  this morning fires more or
less  destructive  took  place in  Vancouver. They were unaccompanied by
loss of life.
Langley Coroner.
Victoria, Dee. 28.���Dr. B. B. Marr-
ofjLangley, has been gazetted coro
PIONEER  WOODMAN
ENTERS HIS REST
Jamee A. Ramplin, for several
years past western organizer of the
Canadian Order W. O. W., died suddenly at tbe home of Mr. Edgar Well*,
Danby hall, Edmonds, at 3 o'clock
yeeterday afternoon. Mr. Ramplin
had resided at Edmonds since the
death Of bin wife about a year ago.
Within the order with which he
was identified, Mr. Ramplin waa well
known all over the Dominion. Along
with Mr. J. C. Loot he organized the
first lodge, or Camp, in Ontario, and
he continued to labor there till he received his western appointment some
five years ago. He was* also well
known as a Free Macon.
The Woodmen will take charge of
��� V f> nerai arrangements. The burial
| sett ive will je held at Danby Hall,
""i^tonds, on Tuesday afternoon.
:    Decease! leaves "tt sister In Michigan, and a   son   and   daughter   In
(Nebraska.
Twenty Thoueand Soldiers Lesve St.
Petersburg to Wage War of
Extermination.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 28.���With
orders to hang all Persians who
participate in attacks on tho czar's
soldiers, 20,000 troops were today
started (oi- Persia to wage what looks
like a war of extermination.
The war office here is greatly excited, and it is believed preparations
are In progress for an extended
Persian campaign.
The appointment of a Russian governor and chief of police for the city
of Tabriz, in Persia, and the assumption by the Russians of the financial
control of municipal affairs there, to
gether with the Institution of exclusively Russian courts of law, aie
foreshadowed today in tbe semi-official Novoe Vremya.      '
Punishment will be meted out to
the Persians. This ls not, the most
difficult problem to be solved. A task
which Is more complicated and
equally Important Is the introduction
into Persia by Russian authority of
a severe and firm, but Just administration. The Persians must remember
tbe;bloody week of December and
stay tbe advanee of the Russian
troops hot only by an Iron repression
of the revolt, but by the establishment of an orderly system, not only
hy fear but by gratitude."-'
Wholesale arrests and trials by
court martial df participants la the
attacks on the Russian troops are to
take place, while the constitutionalists are to be disarmed and stern
measures taken fot; tbe establishment
of order in the northern 'parts of
Persia, where many of the towns art,
occupied by tbe Russian troops, including Tabriz, Resht, Julfa and
Esell.
Important Recommendations.
Toronto, Dec. 28.���Ontario Bar association recommends the abolishing
of the administering of the oath on
the Bible ln courts, and tbat the
supers court and not the senate be*
the tribunal to try Canadian divorce
cases.
Manchester, Eng., Dec. 28.���Both
Bides in the great cotton war wbicb
was brought about by the refusal of
one man and two women to join a
trades union, and which bas caused
the lockout of 160,000 weavers and
the placing on balf time of an equal
number of spinners, are determined
to flght. The mills In a score o!
towns in tbe north and northeastern
districts of tbe county of Lancashire
are at a standstill. The operatives
seem firm ln their resolution te demand recognition of their union. They
thronged the streets throughout tbe
day, but all has be>n quiet anl
orderly.
Tbe dispute spread today to the
county of Cheshire. The mills at
Marple, owned by tbe Calico Printers
company, locked out their hands tbis
morning and similar action is expected in other Chesh'  . centres.
The Cottonwaste Skinners Federation resolved today to close the mills
belonging to Its members on January
10 if the dispute between the employers and the workers In Lancashire
is not settle.!. The next move appears to lie with Sir George Askwitn,
of thc board of trade.
MONGOLIA UNDER
RUSSIAN CONTROL
Large Area of Territory Passes from
Chinese Empire���Was Practically
Autonomous.
OPERA HOUSE OPENS
Mayor Lee Delivers Inauganl
Address.
POLLY OF CIRCUS HAKES BT
Remodelling of Theatre   Much   ***%-
mlred���Appreciation, H**t Cr
Was Order of Night.
New Westminster turned out Iss.
force to celebrate tbe opening of th*
opera house last nigbt, and "Pdlly ttt
the Circus" made the flrat -fait **t Ike
season in no undecided fashion. Satisfaction was universally eipeeeecd nt
the beauties of tbe rebuilt play f
whose lighting, tints' and
are most tastefully artistic.
"1 think the theatre's Inat lovely,
especially those amber lights." aout.
Miss' Ida Leon, the charming lUUe
leading lady, and ex-cireus rider, who
held her audience through gay soeuas
and grave scenes alike, "and ttat
dressing rooms are so nibs and clean.
They couldn't be better," a compliment that could hardly have
paid to the old house.
Mayor Lee will _^^^^^^^^^^
tbat the audience was a success too .
"They're liking it, I can feel IL 1 always- can," said Polly in her dree*
ing room. And at any rate there
could not have been any more of
them, just because there was not *.
vacant seat In the bouse.
In pronouncing   the formal opening
of tbe theatre Mayor Lee expressed
his pleasure at the duty he had   to
perform.   He congregated tbe spectators on the way the/ h^d filled the
house, and tbe management, namely,
F. J. Hart ft Co., on the Improvements
jmade.    He also acknowledged an indebtedness to Mr.  RicUeUs, of Vancouver, (or the loan of some of   his
'assistants. ,        .......
"It now remains with tb�� peacle of
(New .Westminster," the mstj'or vwmt..
on, "whether we can have flrat <
be glad >
Peking, Dec. 28.���M. Shekine, Ru
sian charge d'affaires, went
Chinese
handed in
the Russian
should pro ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mongolia,    fcfe received the iespouse
K��Sr Wa8 " ti,C m��meBt UDable !iMt,tution *��* not a ^moralizing in
iv-     Ku**lan.*��t*ctorate. >   fluent*. ,>mM^Hw
St. Petersburg, Dec. 28,���The cere-     �������** tlle curtalff . *XW.*,S*a   tbo
taouy ot the accession to   the throne  mhow begins.    Most people know tho
was their object, be said, lf possible-'
to make the theatre an educational
Gulf Stream Given Up.
Victoria, Dec. 28.���The tug Lorne.
Captain Cutler, has just returned to
this port, after having cruised about
off Cape Flattery, tor several days
trying to catch sight of the long-overdue British barque. Gulf Stream. Not
the slightest sign was seen of   her.
aiiNEsTExiir
RECKLESS BRAVERY
Certainty that Death Awaited Them
Did Net Deter Soldiers from
Wreaking Venean#e,
Buscombe Sells Out.
Vancouver,     Dec.     28.���Frederick
Buscombe ft Co.,   Ltd.,   ihe   oldest
flrm in the glassware trad* in Britlsn
Colnmbia, bavlng   been .^established
' here before tbe adVenf of }he railway,
'has sold to Cassidy ft &>., Ktotreal.
Victoria, Dec. 28.���Deeds of reckless bravery preceded tha fall ol
Nanking, as told ln advices brought
by the Sado Maru. Tbe guns on
Uon Hill fort were Impeding the
rebel besiegers and revolutionary
spies learned that the bulk of Ue
loyalists' ponder waa stored in the
magazines there. A rebel officer disguised himself as a coolie aad made
his way to the fort, wh*re he found
opportunity to reach the magazine,
whloh he entered- wtth lighted toren
in hand and perished lh tbe explosion
which followed.
From Amoy the Sado Main brought
the story of an old Msnchu's revenge
for the killing of some relatives by
revolutionaries. He wail In charge of
the powder stores at Chun Chin. SO
miles from Amoy, and when the revo
foBonaftes '��*��* to Ket supplies.he
pretended to be In sympathy with
them.
When about tt of the rebels wei-*
tn the magazine "Utt* old man applleJ
a match to a can of powder, eaustn*
an explosion which Wiled blawelt and
��almost all those-near the magaila*.
of the Khutukhta of Mongolia, prac
tlcally making the country a Russian
protectorate, occurred today anl
many representatives of foreign nations attended ln an unofficial capacity. The Khutukhta is an ecc.eslastic
subordinate to the Dalai Lama, the
head of Lamalsm, a corrupt form o(
Buddhism, and his relations to .the
Dalai Lama are about the aame as
those of a cardinal to the pope.
ln the year 1688 the Khutukhta who
then occupied the office, counselled
the Mongolian princes . to elect -a
Manchu emperor to the throne, but
the emperor always bore a special
name in Mongplia as a mark of Mongolian autonomy. It is only during
the last ten or fifteen years that
China has attempted .to introduce in
Mongolia closer administrative dependence on China. The Rech, in a
significant leading article this morn-
[ing recounts recent Mongolian events
and states that the election of the
Khutukhta in Mongolia means an end
of the Independence of Mongolia. In
the future the status parts of le-
nascent China may assume the character of autonomy or become a
federation of Independent states.
The solemn proclamation of Mongolian Independence coincides with
the failure of Premier Yuan Sal
Kai's efforts on behalf of the Manchu
dynasty. China faces, according to
the Recb, a more or less protractel
struggle for a new political order.
Tbls wlll alow the new born Mongolian state time in which to wax
strong and create defensive forces
against China's further centralists
'attempts.   Tbe Rech concludes:
"We have already pointed out In
what degrees such a course of event*
answers to the interests of Russia.
We repeat now that not annexation,
nor grab, but protection of the Independence and autonomy of Mongolia
should be tbe aim ot Russian diplomacy."
Yuan Shi Kel's Lean.
.Peking, Dec. 28.���-Any designs that
Russia may have on the future of umm^
Mongolia will be-closely watched hy \**^
tbe other powers, especially Great
Britain aad Japan. It Is true that.
Russia has forwarded a note to China
asking that country to resume control of Mongolia, bat to this Chin*
has replied tbat lt would be Impossible for her to do so at present
Premier Yuan, during a warm Interview with tha Prince*, and.In the.
presence af the Empress Dowager,
resigned, but' on the pleadings of the
simple story ot "Polly rot the Clicna,*"
of tbe little rider who faila anl   In-
brought Into the minister's house dur -
ing her illness.    Here she recovers.
but  back-biting neighbors drive  hei-.
back to the   old   circus   life   again -
The     love   ' story     between      th*
circus girl and the sky pilot comes,
to a happy   end,    while   the   show
wagons creep  over  the distant hill
j through the twilight    leaving    tholr-
star to shine for   the   future In   a .
minister's home.
Mlss Ida St. Leon plays "FOIIy" ts->
perfection.   A real little circus lady
herself she knows by long experience���-.
the appeal ot the big tents, the glamor
of the lights, and the smell of   the
saw dust in the ring. Sao kaawa* toot
the feeling that   whatever   tasHssaa.
the show must go on, and this   sou
ables her to enter fully Into the part -.
sbe plays.   "I was born In tte draw i
out in Cochln-China,"    she   tak**   m*.
representative of   the   Daily    News, ,
"and stayed with it right up to five
years ago, when we all came on with .
this piece.   I and my sister used to
do a double riling act with Rlngting'a
show,"   Fer two years Mlss Ida played a subsidiary part In   the   drat*
scene white Miss Taliaferro   played .
"Polly."   Then one night her
came; sbe was given tbe leading:]
aiid rose to tbe occasion 80 splendid^
ly that she bas played it ever since
"And I'm not tired of it yet."   ste*
says happily.   To   show bow keenly
she enters into her part, lt Is interesting  to  know  that every night she-
weeps real   tears   in   the   pathette
scenes, and sbe ls never contented.
unless sbe can act a large part t_
the audience crying with her.
abe very seldom falls to do,
night waa bo exception to tbe
Mr. Joseph Harris In tbe Qpit   *t
thf Rev. John Douglass did hl^btat.
to represent the soipewbat
minister without appearing aUK. Bat-
there ia something about th* stsan
parson that U always than, md It
neyer falls to leave.a feeling of *%..
certain unnaturalness In the presentation. Mr. Harris combated thia tttB>
culty'manfully, and often with'ine-
ees*, Helen C. Blck In,the nim et
"Mandy/" the colored l��n**k��*par���
scored a great -success;" She has th��
nigger speech to perfsctton and
droll ways and expressions
dered with great
of ttoijr possibilities,
of the cast gave good satf
(he circus.act was very genuine, wfttlh
real acrobats, clow** and1
... .v. lI*E��Z ���*'���     iSSr   f-t ��� .
_.     -      _     . , -,.        ������ .    iiww *m*n.w********   aismmssts   *
Bmpreds he agreed tp reeonclder bi�� i��� u^ iyig, togatWfcf.
**m*7n* i He want, money.*  ^��4<ViS��^��?UWr*�������
word of ctftlclsm hfard. Appreob-
tlon of both play and play hottna wn*
goaeiW.   -
A*.
to save the cointry, hat th* wealthjr
princes turned a deaf ear ta his
rleadlngs.
He now look* to foreign nalleps k.    u    _ ���,. -    -,.,.   lt:-
to ���ecure.Jf possible, a loan of liPj *SS��^��i-   ---J.'*".-.
*.   "7^^r^'���.\'lii'''' ���'.���"��� ' -" Vaa^1!'-er,.'ir>a��s.��'.3Si*^S|��.
Russia and Sal*��tl*n Arwy.,     - ment ��ef a n*^ Japan***,
St. Petersburg, Dec 28.���Tao cctm-, Hue is tsIVe-! of that will
Oil of ministers decided that the re- ,ln ��H Puget Sound port*. "*�� ,_
' qfcest of General Booth' that the Sel-   Vancouver   snd Vic torts,   Mitsnf   ��
, ration Artny be allowed to oarry hn Co., To*yo, ara ntptt'&Fliii' ���*>-
l lta work la Russia cannot Le gtaattd promstsrs.
��� ������'tytvMt' ft PAOB TWO
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911.
WANTED���A ROUTE  BOY. APPLY
Daily News office.
WANTKD���General servant; best of
wages paid. Apply 329 Second
Street
DICKENS AND CLOTHES.   ���     | accustomed to, then he is bound to
1     r ] pine and eventually die.
"He bad a double gold chain out- j "In the Choctaw nation, as well as
side his waistcoat, and such breast- among otber civilized tribes, there Is
pins that I thought he looked Uke one building up a high-class citizenship,
of our river gamblers." Such is tho with tbe Indian aa the basis. In the
description of Charles Dickens, j last few years I have observed tbat
given by Prentice in aa account of jthe Indian citizen of Oklahoma more
his tour  of the United States.      A  and more bas been taking advantage
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; two in family. Pbone
R1048 or apply 729 Second street, j ft h"u,n"dred times' a day.
A photograph of Dickens, taken in
tendency for overdressing was always
one of Dlcken's characteristics. \
very spruce man, ls the description
given of the famous novelist by another writer. "He brushed his coat
frequently, changed his collars several times a day, and combed his hair
HELP WANTED ��� TWO FIRST
class salesmen; also one stocK
salesman. Apply Fraser Valley Investment Co., Ltd., 626 Columbia,
New Westminster.
WANTED���HOUSEWORK IN Exchange or part exchange for board
end room by young lady- Address
Box 10, News office.
WANTED���WOMAN TO DO PLAIN
���ewlng.   Apply Lees Ltd.
WANTED TO RENT ��� A SMALL
house, furnished, close ln. Reply
R 4, Dally News office.
WANTED TO RENT ��� A SMALL
tense, unfurnished, close ln. Reply
R 4, Dally News office.
WANTED���GOOD    GENERAL    8ER-
vant   Apply 712 TweKth street.
WANTED���I HAVE CLIENTS FOR
homes and vacant property ln Sapperton. Kindly send me your listings- Geo. E. Fleming, Room 6, 310
Colnmbia street.
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know that I am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
te the city and wlll deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
sort ol the city or district. Milk,
9 quarts (or $100; cream, 30c a
pint. Phone your order to R 873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
boro, Lulu Island.
o( his franchise as a voter."
Should First Cousins Marry?
The seriousness of the risk run by
first cousins wbo marry ls emphasized by Mlss Ethel Elderton. a coworker with Professor Karl Pearson
at the Galton Laboratory for National
Eugenics, London University. Marriages between near kin, such as
uncle and niece, aunt and nephew, or
grandparent and grandchild, are forbidden mainly on the principle of resemblance. Mlss Elderton, therefore
determined to see whether cousins
are as much alike as any of thes?
pairs of relatives. Sbe stu lied the
cases of no fewer than fiOOO palre of
cousins, with a view to endeavoring
to measure the degree of resemblance
in health, intelligence, success, temper, and temperament.
The conclusion she came to -was
this: That the general resemblance
between cousins is about balf that
between brother and sister, and i ra -
tloally the same as thnt shown by
statistics of uncles and nieces and of
aunts and nephews.
"K the undeslrablllty of marriage
I within certain degrees is founded on
the closeness of resemblance," says
Mlss Elderton, "the law which for-
bldB marriage of uncle an.l aunt with
niece and nephew should also restrict the marriage of first cousins."
'The offspring of cousin marriages
appear to be particularly liable to
be deaf mutes. "There seems little
doubt," continues Mlss Elderton,
"that lf there is any deaf-mutism in a
stock a cousin marriage, even when
1862, shows him in frock-coat wltn
a broad velvet collar, a waistcoat
made ot some furry stuff, and trailers of a huge check. Percy Fitzgerald says the French painter's remark, that Dickens was "more Ilka
one of the old Dutch admirals wo
see in the picture galleries than a
man of letters," conveys an admirably true Idea to his friends.
John Bright wore a black velvet
waistcoat long after other people had
ceased to wear them. "The first
time I saw Archbishop Whately," said
the Provost of Oriel College, Oxford,
"he wore a pea-green coat, white
waistcoat, stone-colored shorts, flesh-
colored stockings. Bishop Heber was
dressed ln a parsley and butter coat.
Dr. Arnold ln a light blue coat with
metal buttons and a buff waistcoat."
Charles  Lamb   always  dressed   ln
black.    "I take lt," he says, "to be
the  proper  costume  of an  author."
When this was once objected to at
a   wedding  he  pleaded   the   raven's
apology ln the fable that "he hud no
other."      His  clothes  were entirely
black, and he wore long black gaiters
up to his knees.
Southey wore clogs, as well as his
children;  he had a fawn-colored all-
i round coat and a cap with a knob
to lt.    He  never put on a swallow- j both  parties  are  free  from  the dls-
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
TEACHERS WANTED.
First assistant and one other teacher wanted. Send in applications immediately with qualifications and salary wanted to
U, AVORY   WHITE,
Secretary Board of Scliool Trustees,
FOR 8ALE
tailed coat. Like Southey, Poison the
great Greek scholar, had an utter
contempt for appearances. When
Hazlitt met him ln the library of the
London Institution, he was dressed
in an old rusty black coat, with cobwebs hanging to the skirt, and with a
large patch of coarse brown covering
the whole length of his nose.
ease, Is  most dangerous to the  offspring."
Russian   Letter-Openers.
In Russia one letter in every ten
passing through tlie post is opened
by the authorities as a matter of
cotftse. Indeed, the postal authorities of every country have experts
whp have raised letter-opening to a
fine art. Some kinds of paper can
be steamed open without leaving
any traces, and this simple operation
is finished by reburnishing the flap
with a bone Instrument.
In the case of a seal, a matrix ts
taken by means of new bread before
breaking the wax. When other methods fail, the envelope  is placed  be-
rOR    SALE���FINE    CO it N UK    LOT,, .....   ...   ........     ,	
50x150, on Fourth avenue and Cum-1 tween pieces of wood, with edge pro-  Duke of Wellington,  Ions? after Wa-
For and About Women.
Mlss Elizabeth Colton of Easthamp-
ton, Mass., ls sail to bs the only
woman in the world who understands
54 languages. Miss Colton studied
in Europe with the intention of becoming an opera singer, but. gave up
her desire for the stage because of
her father's opposition. She became a teacher ln the Farming!on
Seminary, where she began the systematic study of languages, taking u;>
or.e foreign language after the other.
After taking an advanced course In
Radcllffe College, she went abroad,
studying in Bei Iin, and in the east.
She is one of the three American
women members of the Hoyal Asiatic
Society and is also a member of tha
Society of Biblical Archaeology and
the American Oriental Society.
In the diary of the Hon. Mrs. Calvert is  given  a  new  picture of  the
berland road, Buinaby; cleared and | jecting one-twentieth of an inch. The
in fruit At low price for quick 1 edge of the envelope is flrst flattened,
*ale $750. Cash $175, balance ! then roughened, and finally slit open.
monthly.   Sherriff, Rose & Co., 648 I Later a hair line of strong white gum
Columbia street.   Telephone 832.
FOR SALE ��� ONE HUNDRED
breeding ewes at $6.50 per head.
These ewes bave been running with
a registered Oxford Down ram.
Wm.  Fooks,  Abbotaford,  B.  C.
FOR SALE���HALF ACRE Business property at Edmonds Station.
$500 dollars under value. Apply
��26 Columbia Street.
is applied and th�� edges united undo:'
pressure.
terloo. Upon one occasion she says
that "his modesty and unaffected simplicity of manner are quite delightful.
Apropos of this latter trait, I remember a story my father used to
. tell of the great duke. When quite
! old and obliged to go over dangerous
crossings ln London, a gentleman
darted forward and offered his escort,
which was gratefully accepted. Arrived safely on tbe curbstone, the
stranger took off his hat, anl, bowing profoundly, began a long oration,
FOR SALE���COLUMBIA STREET
lease; 33 foot frontage; by West-
minster Realty Company, 630 Colnmbia street.
FOR SALK OR RENT���A SIX ROOM
ed house with all modern convent
farces.   Apply 2M Sixth avenue.
FOR BALE���OWNER MUST HAVE
monej', will sell five acres near Port
Mann for only $185 an acre. Easy
terms. Apply Fleming, 310 Columbia
street. Sapperton.
VOU SALE���MALLEABLE RANGES,
91 down and *i a week; no Interest; four styles; old stoves taken In
exchange. Canada Malleable Range
Co.   Phone 996, Market Square.
50,000  Eyes.
There ls a most astonishing diversity among animals in respect to the
number and location of their eyes. In
mammals, birds, reptiles, and lish
they are limited to two, and are invariably placed in the head; but oth- savinglhai." thl's was Ow proudest ino
ers of the animal kingdom may have mcnt of hls llfe_ and he {elt hono.ed
anywhere up to 50,000, and they seem byond measure t0 have been of 80me
to have been placed anywhere that ;BUght gevvice to B0 Krea, a raan
seemed handy. | .Dotl.t makp a d_d fool of yourseit;
The dragonfly possesses eyes com-  t,rieif|y reI-,ii0^ the duke"
posed of an aggregation of about 50,-1 7. .	
000 smaller eyes, anl the common
houce-fty has about 10,000, which may
be seen by the aid of a magnifying
glass of even small power.
in spiders and scorpions there are
usually ci;ht or ten eyes in one or
more clusters on the hack ancl top
of the head. The starfish has an eye
cn the tip of its five rays, drawn close
together.
Amusing    Yet.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist wi'l refund money lf
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.
Animais With Memories.
That animals of certain species possess highly retentive memories is
vividly illustrated by a tragic affair
TO RENT-
man; $5
atreet
TO RENT.
-SINGLE BEDROOM FOR
per month.    224 Seventh
....   , , ..... .        i    . 'that happene.l some time ago in Colo-
What. is said to be the most ancient       ,       vv
joke is related in one of the, Berlin,.    Am h    ��� k    f A       ,
PTl ,of,"* slxth Lgyp,lan d,ynaf'y ' Andersol  a  successful  farmer,  was
T&SSi n ^ S, "?   tn      ����    *  <*�� bull  that was so docile that
Christian era���and   s to this effect: i ...���   ...!���,. ��� i,��.������u f���,i    .,, ..   .,-
.        ,.       ... _ Mrs. Anderson herself fed aud water-
Accord ng  to  the  papyrus,   a  cer-
LOST.
LOST���A WATCH FOB BEARING
thc name of T. A. Davidson. Kinder please return to Curtis' drug
store and  receive suitable  reward.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
NOTICE!
A Court of Revision of the voters
ed hlm regularly every day. On one
occasion, more than a year ago, while
Mrs. Anderson was absent, Anderson
gave the animal a cruel beating with
a club.
The man had forgotten the affair,
h'it had not approached the bull since
then until one evening, when he decided to lead the bull to water. When
Anderson  drew  near the  animal  at-
j tacked hlm and gored him to death.
Neighbors who witnessed the affair
; insisted  that  th0  bull was  mad and
: should  he killed.    To show that th<:y
were  mistaken,   Mrs.   Anderson   Step-
vu   uu    i ji i'e(J torwar:!, rubbed the bull's nose,
wealthy Indians. then  put her arm around  nis neck
The  Choctaw  ls  the    richest  In-:iind led  hlm awilv     Ttle nlan for>,0,
dian in the world," said M. V. Locke, I hla cruel deed, but tlle bllU remera.
Jr., Governor of the Choctaw nation, j |jei<��d.
"Tliere     are     approximately     23,000|  ,
tain scribe who worked in the Temple    of Thoth. occupied    apartments
where  his  neighbors on  either  side
were a coppersmith and a carpenter. ���
These honest artisans were in:iustii-1
ous workmen, and made Buch a noise
all clay and most of the night that tho
l:oor scribe was almost driven mad. j
At length by a stroke of craftiness he
buttonholed eacb neighbor separately
and bribed him to change his lodging) j
which tliey did���with each other.
This    tale    has    kept    the  world
amused for 500(1 years.
Choclaws in Oklahoma, 0000 of -whom
lint will be held in the Municipal Hall,!arp ful1 bloods.    It has been estlmat-  Ryall Has a Preparation That
Kdmonds, B. C. on Tuesday. Jan.
1312, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
Clerk
Edmonds, B. 0., Dec. 20, 1911.
; NOTICE
Tbe O. E. S., Royal City Chapter,
No. 7. will after this meet ln the K
of P. Hall, corner of Eighth and Agnes streets, on the second and Fourth
Monday of each month at 8 p.m.
By order of
ANNIE F. GILLEY,
Worthy Matron.
LAND  REGISTRY
J.C. ROD
LAND  REGISTRY  EXPERT
ed that every one of the Choctaws is
worth ahout $5000. This is in cash
and inteiest in the lands owned
in common by the Indians. Outside
cf the land that has been allotted to
the members of Uie Choctaw nation
there are more than a million acres
of' land In the public domain owned
by the Choctaw Indians, for which
these Indians will be paid when the
land is sold.
"The Choctaws are the most advanced In lians in this country. They
never have been vicious like some
other tribes, and always have been
in the front rank of progress. But
the full-blood Chocttw is rapidly decreasing. It is only a question of
time, perhaps a quarter of a century,
when there will be few, If any, left.
"What is the reason for this? I
suppose it is civilization. The full-
hlood Indian cannot be restricted and
Will Grow Hair
Abundantly.
RYALL HAS A PREPARATION ....
This Is an age of new discoveries.
To grow hair after it has fallen out
today is a reality.
SALVIA, the Great Hair Tonic and
Dressing, wlll positively create a new
growth of balr.
If you want to have a beautiful
head of hair, free from Dandruff, use
SALVIA once a day and watch the
results.
SALVIA ls guaranteed to stop fall
ing hair and restore the hair to Its
natural color. The greatest Hair
Vigor known.
SALVIA Is compounded hy expert
chemists.
Watch your hair If it is falling out.
If you don't, you will sooner or later
be bald.
SALVIA     prevents     baldness   by
live long.    He ls used to the woods,
the forest, the open life of the pralr-  fastening the'hair to the roots
les, and when he ls required to ob-      Ladles will flnd SALVIA Just   the
serve the civilized laws of health, to hair dressing they are looking for.   It
eat at a table with a cloth on it and makes the hair soft and fluffy and is
A��large bottle, 50c.
Titles   Examined.   Land Registry
Tansies Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482  partake of food that he has not been  not sticky
HUNTER'S
FRIDAY BARGAINS
Take Advantage of These Prices to Secure
Your New Year's Gifts
Sachet Cases at Half Price
Beautiful hand painted Handkerchief, Glove and Tie Cases in the best qual-
��� ity of pink, white and blue satin, for Half Price.
Novelty Gifts at Half Price
Cigar Cases, Tie Racks, Pipe Racks, Hatpin Cases, Collar Boxes, Pin Cushions, Shavirg Books, and dozens of other articles for Half Price.
Children's Fur Sets Greatly Reduced
Regular $5.00 White Fur Set for $3.85
Regular $5.00 Grey Chinchilla Hare Set for $3.85
Regular $4.00 White Coney Set for  $3.25
Regular $2.00 White Bearskin Set for    $1.50
Regular 65c Ladies' Mufflers for 35c
These are shown in white, blues, tan, brown, black and green.   They sell
everywhere for 50c and 65c.   Our price for Friday is 35c.
$19,
Choice of Any Suit of Campbell's Clothing
L75
Why Not Be Well Dressed for New Year's
These Suits ar regularly priced at $25.00, $27.50,
$30.00 to $35.00 and this price is good until Saturday
night only.
The WM. HUNTER CO., Ltd
GENT'S FURNISHINGS-DRY GOODS
516-522 Columbia Street
Phone 541
IN   THE SUPREME  COUHT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN THE MATTER of the "Winding-
up Act," and
IN THE MATTER of the Pitt Lake
Brick & Cement Company,
Limited.
Notice to Creditors.
By aa order made herein thc 10th
day of December, 1911, hy the Hon.
Mr. Justice Murphy creditors of the
above named Pitt Lake Brick &
Cement Company, Limited, are on or
befote the lfith day of January, 1012,
to send their names and addresses
and particulars of their debtB and
claims and names and addresses of
their solicitors (if any) to the Westminster Trust and Safe Deposit Company, Limited, New Westminster,
official liquidator of the said Company, and If so required by notlc- in
writing from the said official liquidator are by their solicitors to come in
and prove their said debts or claims
at the offlce of the District Registrar
at New Westminster on Wednesday,
the 31st day of January, 1912, at 2
o'clock In the afternoon, or in default
thereof they will be excluded from tne
benefit of any distribution made before any such debts are proved.
The 31st day of January. 1912, at 2
o'clock In the afternoon, ls appointed
for hearing and adjudicating upon t!ie
debts and claims.
A meeting of the creditors con-
tiibutories, shareholders or members
of the said Pitt Lake Brick & Cement
Company, Limited, wlll be held at
the office of the Westminster Trust
&. Safe I>eposlt Company, Limited,
official liquidator of the said Company on the l!)th day of January.
1914,1 a.t 2 o'clock In the afternoon
for the purpose of ascertaining the
wishes of the creditors and other
persons Interested In the said Company.
Dated this 19th day of December,
1911.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE,
District  Registrar  at  New
Westminster.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
:apital   ....
RESERVE   ....
/..,   914,400,000.00
 12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana ln London, Eng
���od, New Tork. Chicago and Spokane
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A genera*
making business transacted. Let
'erg of Credit Issutrt, available wltb
:orrespondents In all parts of thr
�����orld.
Savings Bank Dipartment���Deposit*
received in sums of $1 and upward
aud Interest allowel at 3 per cent, pai
annum  (present rat*).
Total  Asiets over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Burnaby Elections
REEVE WEART
Will Meet the Electors:
Jan. lst. At 8 p. m., Hamilton
Road School.
Jan. 2nd. At 8 p. m., Burnaby
Lake School.
Jan. 3rd. 8 p. m., Vickers' Hall,
East Burnaby.
All invited. Invitations extended to Candidates for , Reeve and
Councillors for the wards. **wm
~*tsmr
FRIQAY, DECEMBER 29, 1011.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOBTH
Vi
PROTECTS PEDESTRIANS.
���tael Mesh Splssh Guards Far Auto-
mobile Wheels.
The municipal authorities of London
hove taken under consideration the
complaints of pedestrians that mud
baths are forced upon them every wet
day by motor omnibuses and other
street vehicles. Consequently, several
terns have been made of a steel mesh
Sl'LASH Ot'ABDS FOB AUTOS.
iplasb guard designed to keep the mud
from flying outward when a wheel
drops into a puddle.
The splash guards are suspended from
tbe hubs of tbe wheels, the bottoms
reaching to within a fraction of an
lii' h of the ground and forming a
shield between tbe wheels and pedestrians. In one of the tests a white
screen was erected on a suburban road
near u mud puddle. Only a few Uuy
drops of mnd were splashed npon It
by n motor omnibus equipped wltb tbe
Shields, while a broad checked pattern of black and white resulted when
tbe splash guards were removed.
Roots Bored Asphslt
Although asphalt paving or lining b>
generally supposed to constitute nn
absolute barrier against vegetation,
experience at the Bank of Italy. In
Rome, demonstrates that the contrary
Is the fact. According to the Builder.
the courtyard of thnt building Includes
a small garden planted wilh shrubs
nnd ptir!l''ularly with drncenn nnd
chumcrops. Beneath the court Is n
basement covered by masonry arches.
Ihe evtrndos of which Is protected by
R layer of asphuli seven-eighths of an
Inch thick, with tlmt object of preventing the percolation of moisture lulo
the chamber where documents are
stored. Some little time ago it was
noticed thnt damp patches appeared
on thc colling and tbat tbe size of
these Increased rapidly. On removing
Ihe earth from above the masonry It
was found that several roots of
rhamerops bad penetrated right
through lbe ssphalt. tbe boles being
about one-quarter of nn inch In diameter and almost as clean as If lured by
l toot. Being unable to pass tbrough
the mnmnry. the roots had forced
their way between it and the asphalt
and. some of them having perished,
left holes through which water passed
Rare Roman Coins.
Coins burled for 1.000 years came to
light at Domplerre. France, wben n
farmer was leveling his yard. These
date from the Gnllo-Roman period nud
number nbont 2.S00. Of theee some
2.00(1 are sliver and the rest bronze
Tbey had been burled ln an earthen
ware vessel placed In a atone built hiding place. As to the silver coins, these
are In n very good state of preservation und are flne specimens, but tbe
bronze coins suffered much from the
air A number of rare pieces were
found In the collection coming from
tbe reigns of some obscure Roman emperors of the late period. The oldest
coins date from tbe Emperor Trajan
(03 to 117 A. D.) and the most recent
from Diocletian. It Is thought tbat tbe
coins were burled about 31C�� A. D.
' Stamp With Key Taj.
' A request ou a key tag to return the
annie through thc malls should It be
carried away by mistake does not al
way< accomplish the desired result, as
It requires the buying and placing of
a stump. To add to the chances of a
key nnd tag being returned on Indiana
hotel man has patented a tag which
carries a portage stamp nnder a little
celluloid disk. The disk, which protects the stamp against wear or defacement. Is pulled off and thrown
away when the key la deposited la.a
mall boa.
I Chinees Rise Paper.
' Chinese rl��r paper has no rtee In lta
'composition. The emtoonly brittle,
pure white material used for the mar
velons drawings of CMmm artists Is
manufactured from tke pith of a tree
peculiar to Formosa. The flrst paper
ava�� not made *t raw cotton nor by the
Chinese. Rag paper waa made ln
Arabia more than ten centuries ago.
and the rmaaders brought the industry
to Enrope. where the flrat paper manufactory waa wtsbllshed In the last
years of tbe thirteenth century.
8trsn��th ef Japanese Nsvy.
' The present strength of the Japanese
navy Is as follows: Fourteen battleships of 223.234 tona, one time expired
battleship of 10.WO tons, thirteen flrst
class enitoers. 138.062 tons: seren sec
and claas crutsen. 88,062 ten*: thirteen
third class cruisers, 48.T13 tons; Sfty-
seven destroyers, fifty-nine torpedo
boats and thirteen submarin��s.-Sden-
tiflc American.
Fermuls For Beef Pslnt.
i  a. tood ilahi colored paint for a roof
Is made from whfta too*, lampblack
land fallow octsr.     r^ .���
PANAMA.   CANAL    TRADE.
Red Star Vessels Are Transferred ta
the American Flag.
New York, Dec. 28.���The Red Star
liner Kroonland, wbich has sailed for
three years und^r the Belgian flag,
will henceforth fly the Stars and
Stripes. Sailing yesterday for Antwerp the sblp is in command of an
American skipper, with an American
llag at her masthead. The reasons
for the change are not specified by
the owners, but it Is said tbat the
pending completion of the Panama
Canal has something to do with it.
The Kroon'.and's sister ship, the
Finland, will also be taken under American registry within .a few weeks.
Probably both wlll later enter the
American coastwise trade between
Pacific and Atlantic ports via the
Panama Canal.
The human body contains, among
other constituents, about two pounds
of phosphorus, which is essential to
the health of the bones and the vigor
of the brain. This phosphorus lf extracted and put to another use, would
make up about 4000 packages of friction matches. Besides phosphorus,
the body contains a few ounces of so
dium and a half ounce of potassium.
The quantity of the latter would be
sufficient for many experiments in a
class ln chemistry. In addition to sodium and potassium tbere are a fe.v
grains of magnesium, enough to make
the "silver rain" for a family's stock
of rockets on a Fourth of July evening or to create a brilliant light visible at a considerable distance.���Harper's Weekly.
He Spoke With the Duke.
An Incident which shows the democratic character of the Duke of Connaught occurred while he was en
route to Toronto from Ottawa. During a stop of the train at Havclock
his Royal Highness stepped off. A
man approached him. and after a
few minutes' conversation asked if
he thought the Duke would come out
and shake hands with one of the oldest residents. A hearty hand went
out to the man who was coveting the
honor, and he then knew that he h id.
all the while, been talking to the new
Governor-General.
the world shoulde be valued. This
taxyage was first executed when
Syrenus waa leftenaunt ln Slrla. And
every man wente ln to his awne shire
toune there to be taxed.
"And Joseph also ascended from
Gallle out of a cite called Nazareth,
into Jewi y. Into a cite of David which
ls called Bethlehem, because he wa3
of the housse and linage of David, to
be taxed with Mary his wedded wyfe,
which was with cbilde."
About 1540 Miles Coverdale gave to
the Kngiish the first complete translation of the Bible following Tyti-
dale's wording very closely. Som'J
very peculiar passages are ln this
Bible, still further showing the
changes in language.
"The dove bare an olive leafe ln
her nebbe."���Gens. 8-11.
"So yt thou Shalt not nede to be
afrayed for eny bugges by night."���
P��a, 91:5.
"Is there no treacle ln Gllead?"���
Jer. 8:22.
"Ther wldiowes were not looked
vpon in the dallie handreachlng."���
Acta 11:8.
"Paul, the rascal of God and the
villlan of Jesus Christ."���iTltus 1:1.
In those days "villlan" meant a
very humble servant, while "rascal"
ment a most needy person.
The change in meaning of words
is further shown by Wycllffe's trans
lation of Gens. 35-22, "Now the brats
of Jacob were' twelve." And ln 2
Kings 11-12 he makes Elisha cry:
"My dad, my dad, the cart of Israel
and the horses of it."
King   James'   Version.
In 1603 King James VI., who was
then thirty-seven years old, and had
been king of Scotland for some
time, became also king of England
as James I., thus uniting the uo
countries in a union that has not yei
been broken.
Intel ested in both religion and
learning, he favored the project for
a thorough revision of the English
Bible, and soon after his coronation
a learned committee of forty-seven
of the most scholarly men In the empire set about the task. The year
1611 was a noted year for many reasons. In that year Shakespeare wrote !
two of his most noted dramas, Bacon !
outlined1 his greatest book, "Advance- I
ment of Learning," and the second
colony of Puritans crossed to Holland preparatory to their longer
flight across the seas to the land of
the free. But no event compared ln
Importance to this, that ln that year
the committee gave to the world
what w0 now know as the "Authorized" Version of the Bible. Tho Bible
has done more to spread and unify
the English language than almost
any other book.
A Vigilant Unceasing
Cleanliness
at every individual
stage of its
preparation
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THE ENGLISH BIBLE.
It was not until the time
of Wycllffe, in 1384, that the English people had the Bible In any gieat
numbers. This devout man loile!
early ond late to give the people the
word of God, and while the Wilting
was all done by hand, yet r.o many
copies were made and so carefully
were they prized that one hundred
and seventy copies of his Bible are
still  in existence, after  500 years.
The continual change In the lan
guage is shown In the following quotation of Math. 3:1-3.
"In thilke dayces came Joon Baptist prechynge in the desert of Judge,
saying. Do ye penaunce: for the kyns-
dom of heuens shall neigh. Forsothe
this ls he ot whom It is said by Ysayo
the prophete, A voice cf a crying in
desert. Make ye redy tbe wayes ot
the Lord, make ye rightful the pathes
of hym."
.About twenty years after the death
of Wycllffe a German lad ln Mentz
was amusing himself by cutting his
name in some bark and then arranging the letters in order until he had
Johan Gensfleisch, or John Goose-
flesh.
According to the legend one of the
letters fell Into a pot of purple dye
and he snatched lt out and let It rest
on a skin to dry. When he picked it
up again he saw the letter "H" on the
skin where the letter had rested.
Thirty years afterwards this same
lad, then a man, waa running a printing press in Mentz, and in 1450 the
flrst book printed was a Latin Bible.
In 1525 William Tyndale sent 6000
printed copies of the New Testament
into England, smuggling them in in
bales of cloth and sacks of flour, determined that "the boy who drives
the plough in England shall know
more of the Scriptures than the pope
does." On Friday, Oct. 6, 1536, Tyndale waa strangled at the stake and
his body burned, but tbe Bible was
in the hands of the common people In
England, and ln the language they
could understand, -through bis efforts.
Still further changes are noted In
the language, as the following quotation from Luke 2:1-5 shows:
"Hit followed in thoose dayes that
there wente out a commaundment
from Auguste the Emperour that all
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your work."
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street slip.   Residence Phone L558, office phone 986.
B.C. Mills
limber and 1 rading  Co.
Manufacturers aad Dealers la All Kinds ot
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,  DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    ANO
FANCY GLASS
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Telephone 12 New Wsstmlnstsr
**.
Four Days Starting *% Q
Friday, December   m* ���
���' FIRST  PUBLIC  EXHIBITION  IN NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
at*
KINEMACOLOR
SHOWING THE
Coronation
Preparations, Ceremonies and Pro-
Natural Colors
cessions in
"A Turner pastoral come to   life.     Very   wonderful."���Montreal Star.
"Klnemacolor reveals life la the reality."���Toronto Globe.
"Klnemacolor pictures add one more wonder to this age of
wonders."���Toronto Star. *'.
"The highest of arC'-^Toronto New��.
"Klnemacolor makes Ithe most vidld demand upon one's sense
of the marvellous. Actual mirror held up to nature."���Toronto
World.
"Words really fail to
describe the wonder and
beauty of these new pictures' -VancourerWorld
Seats now on sale at the Opsra House; Prices 75c. 50c 25c
HOUSES FOR SALE
We have a party who haa two houses on Third avenue, which he
will exchange for vacant property and some cash.
LOTS FOR SALE
LOT ON SIXTH AVENUE, between Tenth and Eleventh streets,
$1675, third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
LOT ON ROYAL AVENUE, pi ose to BUth street. Price $6500,
third casb, balance 6, 12 and 18 months. This Is good for a few
days only.
LOT ON ST. ANDREW STREET���66*132. Price $1900. one-third
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
McGILL & COON
Phons 1004.
Room 5, Bsnk of Commerce Building.
DONT BURN WASTE
PAPER and Rags
Juet phone H. P. VIDAL &
CO., 475, or drop us a card
-Box624, and we will collect free of charge.
Bruner e Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER EOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build forfrale or rent while prices are low
W. R. GILLEY, Phons 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phons 291.
Phonss, Office IS and IS.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME. 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
On  Fifth Avenue
House containing five rooms, with toilet and plumbing ready lar
bath.   Also basement.   Lot clea red, eight   fruit   trees,   large   tarn
which rents at $9.00 per month.
Price $2625;   $625  Cash;
balance $25.00 per month at 7 per cent
APPLY TO
p. Peebles
620 Columbia St   Phone 307. .
Fresh Sealshipt Oysters
are again on sale by P. Bunu��& Co., Limited. Tiy
a quart and be assured they are the best you have
ever had. '..': .'*' .*':'*..
P. BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
iV).ssr*'S.'
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THE DAILY NEW*
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911.
********        * ����._aa-_     aj^--.^ parUcularly. critlclie,Ms caoyln* on
,��� H9r   ���yBffy     FICWW   important negotiations with the com
*������,.**���* ��� j pany'a directors with no member   of
sA J     ���, the council present but himself.
TZ,r, In this connecUon, I would   take
IbV-The Dally News Pobllsb-1 an early opportunity,   if   elected,   to
y, limited, at their ofllce*, enable the ratepayers   to   pronounce
*t   MeRsezt*   and   Victoria; by  plebiscite on the question as to
Streets. t       | whether they  will  approve ot push
ling through the courts for confirms-
^ Manager I tlon the city's claim and title to the
; iands around Coquitlam lake, ao as
: to give the city control of the dam
' building operations.
I also take Issue with Mayor Lee
1 hi  the conduct of  the public  works
and city    engineer's    department.    1
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1911.      I ����* lor, reorganization   of the city
ritiuMr, ��"u ,  engineer's office.
���t^ssi^sss^sssssssss^jss ' ' ���'���    The sale of city bonds, Instead ot
*snt*i*-'*\   NAVY I being handled    exclusively    by    the
MONK, a   n��v. ! mayor, as was done ln the year 1911,
Bsa. F. D.* Monk, Minister of Pub- should, I maintain, be made by the
��e Works   who attended a banquet mayor  and   finance committee,  sub-
tat^tt, Mnntr��>al on the eve- Ject t0 ratification by the council.
hirfi in Montreal on &**��     j w,��� rt the ln8ertton of    -
oT December 15, spoke at length (^ wage clauBe
optimistically of the future
ot ������##% say�� the Victoria Times.
iVpHng with railway and harbor de-
walopssents, particularly at tbe ports
*-j Montreal and Quebec, his address
*-**t true and held the words ot a
ptognoBlvo statesman. It was only
he struck the naval chord that
strings went flat and the mono-
�� vas Uke a threnody. He had
changed ln bis antagonism to a
jQgmMssXS navy and claimed personal
consistency with the government ln
abandoning 'the  Laurier policy.    Ho
-a�� regards the scheme of the late
ln all municipal
contracts.
With regard to the administration
of the police department, I stand for
the enforcement ot the law against
all evil doers and institutions, which
I claim bas not been done.
Early this year, the ratepayers
voted $15,000 to secure a comprehensive scheme and plan of dockage and
harbor Improvements on the Frasev
river ln connection with thla city, to
enable New Westminster to take its
rightful place as the great fresh
water port of the Paciflc in the vast
commercial expansion Impending on
this coast with the early completion
of the Panama canal and the continued development of the almost
illimitable    agricultural resources   of
.    , ..   ,  the Northwest. Considerable progress
aovernmenl, I never approved of it. I  ha9 been mjuie wUh tWg WQrk Md ,t
asserted that a man could be abso-
lotely loyal and not approve of that
jpartic.ular  scheme  or   arrangement.",
He was not so positive, however,
tn j **************************
d'|t ��
^|| Correspondence t
is hoped at an early date to place the
results before the electors.
You may count on my best efforts
and earnest support In the carrying
out of this great enterprise at    the
hc turned from the proposition . rlght tlme   ln the clty.B lnterc,gtB.
at tte past and glimpsed the future. | J, s .BRYSON.
His faltering words were: ~
rrhe question of our relations with j **************************
Che Kmpire. of what our duty is, and
ju   British   subjects,   of   wbat   our
rights and  privileges  are, that is  a I *
subject which I feel sure that this j o********^****************
cDvcrnment,  these  new  men,  full  o[
���T"      .      j ,      , 7 ,    ,,���       iu   ,���HJ     (The Dally News Is not responsible
Aoneat and loyal Intention, will study   ^ ^ ^^ exp].e8Bed by |(I c01,
ourofully.   They will give It the care-   respondents.)
fid scrutiny which is required for tho |  ���
solution of a matter so very import-1      SNOW    ON    THE    STREETS.
ami tor the'' future, and I have at tho
pwent moment the confidence that
arheu they will have given that ques-1 D��ar Sir-Will you allow mc
the attention which Is required | thro��eh the medium of your valuable
that when they bring the result j P"i ��'r "' r:,!l ��t'''"""�� ��r lll!' ��'">��� :l1'
of their  efforts   before  the  country, j
that the people  themselves  will   be
, Editor, Daily News:
sale to arrive at a good solution."
On the Paciflc Coast we cannot receive this message with a feeling of
assurance. tWe have been schooled
in. tbe theory that immediate action
ranst be taken to protect our shores.
We bave somehow been made to feel j
chai. nny government which does not
dermen to the disgraceful state of
the sidewalks on the main street of
the city (Columbia street) above all
others. Now that there Is a little
snow, we poor foot-travelers must
walk or slin along ln the slush and
wet, no matter how bad our foot covering may be, when all this might
be alterrd by a little forethought on
the  part  of  the  council or  some of
take immediate steps to place two or i��'�� Btaff connected with the outdoor
three armored cruisers in the Pacific I department. Surely there are plenty
waters Is recreant to Ua trust. Wa I ��f ��tra men to be employed who
Have been Inoculated with a virus wouW onl>' fa t0�� Klad ot a day's
which makes us rabid on the theory I "<"* duri"S thls wct Beason- Be-
that Bsqulmalt must be made a flrst- j side9' H would be much more t0 the
elass naval base at once.   The fe rer  credit of the city to see c'.ean  side-
is in our veins and the evasive procrastinations of Mr. Monk do not
soothe the burning and surging nial-
��ady in our blood. We think that, In
vicar of the studied and insolent neg-
iect of our oft-expressed wiBhts to
bony this mutter,- lt Is our duty u
protest against delay.
THE   MAYORALTY   1912.
TO the Ratepayers and Householders
ef New Westminster City:
Ladies and Gentlemen,���As already
announced through the press 1 have
resolved to accede to the request of
.itnany ratepayers and citizens of New
Westminster, anl accept nomination
for tlie position of mayor for the
.year HU2.
Having served your interests na
alderman for two years, having beei
*^��tected for the second year by tlio
largest vote polled at the municipal
���elections oi that year, my record iu
thai capacity is before you. I would
"cheerfully have placed my services
���at your disposal again as alderman,
Character  by   Fingernails.
Amuse your friends by telling them
ttuir   character   by   their   fingernails.
Hroa.l   nails  are   said  to   Indicate  a
gentle   nature,   and   persons   possess-
but that 1 have been so strongly urg- I lng them are Inclined to be timid and
��d to stand fur the mayoralty in op-(bashful.      Those  who  have  red  and
walks the full length of the main
streets instead ot only street ends
cleaned off. Then, again, this might
bo done instead of carting tlie snow
just from the lower end of the town
(lf that need be done) in preference
to considering a number of people
from the upper part of the city, who
are compelled to come into town
dally. I for one, shall consider very
carefully before casting my vote on
the day of election, which of the gentlemen seeking municipal honors (or
rather, favors from the electors), will
in my opinion, be the most likely to
consider these small but very important matters.
'Thanking you, and hoping I have
not trespassed tco much on your valuable space.
I am yours truly, etc.,
E. I. C.
EYESI
BEST NEW YEAR
PRESENT
for the old folks ls a good pair
of glasses.    Come  to  us  ahd
talk lt over.    We will  Advise, |
you how to please your father
or mother.
The Vancouver Institute
of OPTOMETRY ,
EYE   SPECIALISTS
657 Columbia  Street.    Upstsirs
over Curtis Drug Store.
Phone 295.
Hours:  Daily 9:30 a.m. to 5
p.m.; Saturdays until 9 p.m.
We   Also   Do   Optlcsl   Repi
Work.
TODAY.
GRAHAM'S MINIATDRE
CIRCUS
40-Rets, Cats, Dogs-40
TWO OTHER NEW ,ACTS.
ILLUSTRATED SONG.
NEW PHOTO PLAYS.
MATINEE DAILY.
10:���Admission���20c.
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Kstate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
graitlnn to the present Incumbent.
Mayor \j��.. who is seeking your suffrages for a third term.
Mayor Lee and 1 liave practically
stood shoulder to shoulder on the
uiain Issues before the people at the
fast two municipal elections. Some
*,-xj>lana;ion may be expected from mu
its to why I have consented to oppose
W* reflection. 1 shall give my rea-
briefly, reaffirming at the   same
spotted nails have a desire to command, show great delight in war, and
have a disposition to lie cruel. White
spots on the fingernails denote mis-
fortune.
Those who have very pale nails ara
subject to much inllrmlty of the flsh.
Melancholy persons, and those who
ha.o a desiie to higher branches of
knowledge, have pale or lead-color
nails. \Yhitg> nails denote a great love
time my own policy to which 1 have for the society of the opposite sex,
adhered, while Mayor Lee has not.      ; very weak constitutions, and feverish
Ono of   the strongest  points   that I subjects.
Slajw Lee    made    against    Former!    Persons with narrow nails are am
. Mayor Ke<yy, and In which ...I SUP-
.parted him, was the czarcratlc and
���sataer chamber methods charged
against MSyor Keary's municipal administration. Mayor Lee has grad-
.-Baity centralized within himself an
antocratic, as. opposed to a democratic, civic government which makes
the late mayor's "personally conduct-
-��d" machine a very mild Institution
indeed. I nm opposed altogether to
tkis tryannous and dangerous method
*ot conducting municipal business.
Another outstanding feature of
_tasyor Lee's policy, in which I stood
him a year and two years ago,
his professed determination to
the city's interests in ita
-rrd&sfimiTT to the B. C. Electric Rail-
siBjj. particularly with regard to the
Hi mil il Coquitlam dam, as affecting
��he City's future water supply. 1
:.asn not eatlsfietf with the way Mavor
Xee *a�� discharged' tMtt   trust, and
bltious, have a keen love for scien
tific knowledge, and are quarrelsome.
Round nailB show a great desire for
knowledge in general and liberal sentiments; also that their possessors
take great pride in their own accomplishments and are rather hasty.
Those persons who lack confidence in
human nature, and are decided in
opinions have long nails. Small rails
indicate a very small mind, obstinate and secretive nature.
Persons who have very good appetites and lovers of sleep have fleshv
nails. Nails that giow into the flesh
at the sides or points denote that
tlieir owners are given to luxury.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS?
Your druggist wlll refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itchlnp, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50o.
New Year
Gifts
Brush and Comb Sets
Shaving Sets
Ebony Goods
Leather Goods
Brass Goods
Sterling Silver Goods
Perfumes
Chocolates
Cameras
Pipes
Cigars
If you have not seen our assortment you have not seen tha
BEST AND CHEAPEST.
DAVfl ES'
PHARMACY
C.   S.   DAVIES,   Proprietor.
32 Sixth Street. Phone 40.
IT PAY8 Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THP. DAILY  NEWS
BURNOIL
The Western Sfeam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone Seymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
/^VWTNG to the heavy sale of high
Vr^ priced clothing this season we are
overstocked in medium priced suits.
These suits are the product of the best
material. No matter how exacting you
are you'll find a suit here to meet your
every requirement.
Saturday Only $22 Suits and Overcoats
50
$16
The difficulty will not be in making a
selection, but in knowing what to reject.
A. S. Mills & Co.
Exclusively Men's Wear
517 Columbia Street
********* ssssm
*m**aL.t.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.*
,43LD MORTALITY."
Statu, to Scett's Character Has B..r.
Er.ct.d  at  Qarpsl  Qlsn.
Through  the genius of Sir  Walter
Scott the  name of "Old  Mortality"
is known far beyond the bounds of
f Scotland,    and    everyone    who    ha*
heard of the persecuted Covenantee
4s familiar with his mal name. There
are few churchyards in Galloway,
especially in the County of Wigtown,
where his handiwork may not still,
lbe seen.
A  native of Dumfries, James  Pat-
.i.terson was by   trade   a stonemason.
but for the greater part of his life h**
exercised his   craft   without   fee   or
payment.
His absorbing pssslon for thn
Covenanters led him to'give up horn?
and friends and to wander for 40
years over the wild moors, in the
lonely glens, and from churchyard
to churchyard, to erect a stone
���wherever a martyr of the Covenant
lay. I
A sincere devot'on led this venerable renovator of tombs to dedicate
so many years of his existence to.
perform this tribute to the memory
of these suffering people. Wherever
s grave existed "Old Mortality" waV
sure to be seen busily st work bent
on his pious task with his chisel and
mallet, and his old white pony grazing by his side. I
Mis last peregrinstion wss in thc
Tte jrhborhood of Bankend, tight mil"*
from Dumfries, when be was suddenly taken ill and wat found on the
roadside in a dying state. Kind
hands removed the era pilgrim to a
fr'endly house, where hs passed to
his rest in a few days.
He was born in 1713 and died in
1B01. The memorial of "Old Mortality" is in keeping with the llmplrt
tastes of him it was designed to commemorate. It stands near Carpel
Glen, one mile away from the village
known as St. John's Town of Vairy.
This spot was chown. as lt was one
< f the chief hiding places of the
persecuted "Nill Fcilly" of Galloway.'
The statue represents him in hU
favorite attitude when at rest, but
his chisel is useless in his hand unit
his mallet is broken. H's old pony:
the pole companion of his wanderings,
elands besides him, "a mute witness
���of the patent toil of the aged Scottish pilgrim."
PERFORMING ANIMALS  POPULAR
Thsatrs
Mlnlsturo  Circus  at   Royal
Draws Full  Houses.
Graham's miniature circus Is drawing full houses to the Royal. The
wonderful stunts of these marvellously trained little animals are well
worth going to see, and lt is almost
past comprehension how such Intelligence has been Instilled Into the
beasts. There would be no good in
giving away the different tricks performed, but one ln particular arouses
the audience's enthusiasm. That is
when an old wise rat mounts a tight
wire stretched over the heads of tho
people right to the operator's box,
and then toboggans down on to the
stage again back to his master and
bis comrades.
The other acts are also good, and
the Hebrew comedy now playing is a
welcome feature as these short
sketches are deservedly popular, especially when acted so capably as U
this one. The musical hobo that can
play on anything from a chisel to a
dozen or beer bottles ls also no second rate fun artist, and hls tricks
are as original as tbey are good. He
does not let his audience stop laughing long, while he is on the stage.
they are simply ddutftlng the best-
known authority on flsh. The Russian minister says that ln the Royal
Aquarium in St. Petersburg there are
flsh today that have been known by
tbe records to. have been ln it 140
years. Some of them are, he aald
over live times as large as they were
when first captured, while others
have not grown an inch ln length. An
attache of the Chinese Legation corroborates this statement. He says
there are sacred fish kept ln some of
the palaces in China that are even
drier than any of those In Russia.
Cuttlefish Farms.
several   points   on   the
At several points on the British
coasts tnere- ure located cuttleiish
iurms, wrier..1 the little creatures ure
kept in tanKs or poiias to be "milked"
of tneir ink. The pond or tank is connected with tlie sea oy a pipe, aud a
thousand or more cutlet ure kept in
a single one. They present a eunou-
*:gi.t as they move aftout. trailing
tneir long arms und staring out oi
tnelr bu^g.ng eyes.
'li.ey are guarded by screens with a
view of preventing ingnt, lor, slates
a writer in 'ine bcieniittO American,
it t.";ey are suddenly scared, taey will
emit l.ie.r "unik" m the wat-er, a dea.i
loss to the cuttlefish iarnier. '1 he
lluui, or milk, is very valuable, nml
eucti cutUe v. ill yield about $J.oj
worm a year, i; is secreted iu a bag
wh.c.i can tj,- opened and closed ui
frill, the cuttle ejecting the fluid to
...in;;-,i Uie water so tnat it niuy escape unseen when attacked.
The best cuttlefish are obtained In
China, where, lor some reason or oth-
r, they produce the best quality of
���niiln " When the tarmer considers it
an opportune time to milk the cuttles
.ie proceeds by opening the sluices ol
tue ponds aud gently agitating the
water. The cuttles then swim around
the pond, and as soon as one passes
through the sluice is closed.
The cuttle passes doWn a small
channel into a basin or metal receptacle, und as won as it is securely
there the water is drained ofi. It is
then frightened, and at once squirts
the fluid from the bag. When it is ex
haused it is lifted out, the milk is collected, aud, the basin is prepared for
another.
Greeley's Fist.
There seems to be no end to Horace Greeley stories. A London paper
tells or rather, retells, a good one.
The editor's handwriting was next to
indecipherable, and he became vexed
at continual typographical errors in
his articles. He sent a note to the
foreman of the composing room, directing that the compositor be discharged. The foreman obeyed orders.
Before leaving the establishment the
compositor got possession of the note
which Mr. Greeley had written. He
took it to the foreman of another
newspaper office, and was engaged
at once. The foreman had puzzled
over the note for some time, and
finally made it out to be: "A good
and efficient workman, and long employed on the Tribune."
Originally a tumbler was far from
what it is today, and its true meaning has been lost ln the many graceful forms in which it is to be seen.
What a "tumbler" really ls may be
Inferred from an extract from a gentleman's diary written ln 1803, which
also throws light upon the social customs of the times. The entry Is as
follows: "Had a few friends to dinner. Tried my new tumbling glasses.
Very successful; all got drunk early.'
These tumbling glasses, soon called
"tumblers" for short, were made with
a round or pointed bottom, so that
they could not be set down when they
contained liquids without falling over
and spilling their contents. They were
made as a sort of joke to conduce to
rapid drinking.
Some   Aged   Fish.
It is not generally known that there
Is hardly any limit to the age of a
flsh. Professor Baird, of the United
Statea Fish Commission, ls the authority for the statement that there ls
authentic evidence. to show that
carp have attained an ase of two
hundred years. Professor Baird also
says that there is a tradition that
within fifty years a pike was living
in Kussia whose age dated back to
the fifteenth century. "There Is nothing," he says, "to prevent a flsh from
living almost Indefinitely, and lt has
no perio dof maturity.
There are gold-fish in Washington
that have belonged to one family for
A strange discovery lately made In
the walls of the old palace of the
Louvre shows that reinforced concrete was by no means unknown ln
Paris as far back as the 16th century,
when the rebuilding of the Louvre
was undertaken by that industrious
builder, Francis 1. The builder
states that, when executing the works
in connection with the application of
a modern lift, the workmen employe t
found lt necessary to cut through
some of the old walls, which were,
apparently, of dressed masonry. But,
to the surprise of the contractors, lt
was found that the stone was *ioth;
ing but the outer shell of construction, largely composed of a kind of reinforced concrete. In view of the gen
erally entertained belief that this-is
an essentially modern variety of
structural material, the proof of Its
employment between 300 and 400
years ago ls distinctly interesting.
Business School
i I
Winter Turn lUrtt
January 2 >
Have you ever Investigated our
merits? Our courses sre complete for
the training of young ladies and men I
for office work and clerical positions.
It will psy you to enroll with us.
For particulars
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
Phone 853. 610 Columbia St.
I have just received a
ment of
English
ship-
��#���
Nicomen Farm for Sale
���::   '
Improved farm of SO acres in Nicomen District, with half a mile
frontage on Fraser River; 40 acres under cultivation; good farm
house, barns, etc. Buildings and fences are In good repair;: aad the
land is extra productive.
A Bargain at $5,000.00
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lome Street New Westminster
*
Silver
JUST THE THING FOR
NEW YEAR GIFTS
CALL AND SEE IT
All kinds of Watches Repaired. Work
Guaranteed.
Andrew Clausen
541  Front 8t.
Nea- the Market
The house in St. Petersburg which
M. Stolypin occupied at the time of
his assassination at Kleff, has an evil
repute, and merits the appellation bestowed upon lt by a Paris paper, "La
maison fatale." The property of the
state, It Is the official residence of
the president of the council of mln*
Isters. Thirty-two years ago General
i Mesenzoff, the uncle of ?.fme. Stolypln, met his death there at the hands
of revolutionists.    There    his succes-
over flfty years.    They do not appear' sor,  Geneial  Potazo.1,  had  a mental
to  be  much   larger  than   when  they
were originally  placed  In  the aquarium,  and   are  every   bit  as   livly  as ,'
they   when  they  were  ysung.   There
are  so many   fish  stories  in clrcula-'
Hon that the or.ilnary reader has almost made up his mind that flsh and i
truth do not go together."
Probably some persons will doubt
what is said by Professor Baird about
the age a flsh can attain.   If they do
breakdown. Later two ministers of
the (inferior, Siplagin ,knd Plehve>
both came to an untimely end during
their tenancy. On the other hand
three ministers filling the same position���Count Lorls-Mellkoff, Count
Tolstcl, and M. Dournovo���Jecllned
to live in the house, and they es.
caped attack. The present premier
has not taken over the official residence.
The Threepenny Doctor
Seven thousand people recently as-
aemb.ed to give Dr Jelly, the threepenny doctor of HcmertoR, a rousing
"send ofi" on the occasion of his mar
rfkge. For Dr Jelly is one ef the moiit
popular men in that part ef London
For seventeen years he has worked
among them. To quote his own words,
'"'ihey have given me of their besi,
and I have cuarged them for advio-
and medicine at the lowest possible
Tate. I did not fix on threepenny and
fourpenny and sixpenny fees because
I saw good business in it. I did so
because I felt that these sums represented what one guinea and tive
fuinea fees would m-an to others; and
have been surprisingly rewarded,
for my income runs into about $5,000
a year. I see as many as 100 and 150
patients a day. On one or two occasions, when children's troubles have
been rather prevalent in the district, \
I have treated as many as 300 in one''
���day, and my hardest working days
have been the happiest."
Publican's Pride.
Ths St. l.eger (pronounced Sellerger)
at Doncaster, is the great race of tlie
year to'sporting York��hir$men.. Sir
Tatton Sy/.es, the first, father of tlie
present baronet, is said to have seen
*even!y-s x St. Legeti, the last being ln
1861, just fifty years ago. A stranger
once m Doncaster during the, races
asked a landlord what there was worth
seeing. "Hast seen Sir Tatton?" queried boniface. "Oh, yes," was tha reply. "And hast seen Volti?" (Volti-
jgeur, a popular Yorkshire horse, winner in 1850). "I have," replied the
guest. "Then," said the landlord, with
a sigh, "there's naught else worth
troubling about."
Waterfrontage
266 Feet on North Arm of Fraser
River in city Limits, $35000; quarter
cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 months
McBRIDE Si, CLARKE
'Phone 909 16 Collister Block
, The  Difference.
The seriousness of Mr. Gladstone
prevented him from introducing into
sociul converse any of those lighter
..touches for which the flamboyant Disraeli was famous. The difference between the two was. perhaps-, never
more finely indicated than by tlie
lady who said:
"After I had tallied with Mr. Gladstone for a while, 1 thought he wa-
the greatest man I had ever met,
but alter Lord Ilescotisfftld had been
talking to me for ten minutes, I wa?
��ure 1 was the most wonderful wo-
liian he had ever known."
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Prss. and Geni. Mgr.
N. BEARDSLEK.
Vice-President.
W: F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Trees.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonss Ns. 7 end 877.  Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
*********
  I  ,i     I    s   ������      I
INTERURBAN   TRAMS. -
Westminster branch. ^* Cars
leave for Vancouver at Ij, S:*\H
a.m, and every ^14, Minutes
thereafter until 11 fi.Hi: T,nat
car 12 p.m. Sunday Mves at
6, 7, 8 a.m. and every i5 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch: ��� Care
leave for Vancouver' every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10'p.m.
Frnaw Valley line. ��� Cure
on-* for rhliliwack nnd way
points Pt 9.30 am., 1.20 and
6.10 p.m.
Huntingdon and way $:olnts,
leaves at 4.05 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B.   C. E. R. Co. offers reduced ratee ot a fare end    a
' third for week end trips to all
.points oa   ita   Fraaer   Valley
line. '-���*',
' Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday aad Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
1 MAKE YOUR PLANS TO
2 TAKE THIS ENJOYABLE
trip;
BRITISH COLUMBIA EUCTR1C RAILWAY COMPANY.
WINDSOR SALT-ouiht to
cost more ��� so pure, fine, weD-
tavoured.   Goes further, too.  But
not a cent dearer.
m
A New Lumber Yard
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COME TO US FOR
Lumber,   Mouldings,   Laths   and   Shingles
mWlliaOUR STOCK IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.
CROWN TIMBER AND TRADING CO., LTD.
PHONE 904. (Old Glass Works Factory. SAPPERTON.
.Ui
Do Not Waste Money
��� 1   L      ^j^^^���
Sav* a little systematically, for It ts tbe stuff tbat tlie foua
datlons ot wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may bo used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   le
needed now and to Invest tor wbat sball be needed In tbe future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt Is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, S2.000.000.     Columbia, corner Eighth etreet.
A. L. DEWAR. Gsnsrsl Mansgsr D. R. DONLEY, Locsl Manager.
"The House of QuaHtv and Low Prices"
FURNITURE
For Week-End Shoppers
$1.90 Kindcrgartea Sets $1.90
Only a few left over from Christmas which we do
not wish to carry over.
40c
Rockers
40c
Kinderegarten Rockers to match sets.
$2.90    Dell Go-Carts    $2.90
Collapsible Go-Carts; value $4.50.
$6.00 Go-Carts for  *3-90
$4.50 Eiderdown Comforters $4.50
Good size warm Comforters; in gcod quality sateen
covering and filled with genuine Eiderdown.
***~**r*
$4.50    Wool Blankets    $4.50
For double bed;
quality.
a clean white Blanket of splendid
$85.00 Dining Room Suite $85.00
Quarter-cut oak��..golden finish, Buffet, Dining Table,
Dining' Chairs (six)', China Cabinet. You can't
duplicate, this offer on the Coast.
25c
Oilcloth
25c
Two yards wide; in a big selection of patterns and
colorings.
45c
45c
Two ya^-ds wide. We give you better quality for
the money than any store in the city. All new designs and cole rs.
$5.50  Bedroom Tables  $5.50
Golden, ouartpred oak and mahogany finish; a very
neat table with good size drawer or shelf underneath for books.
$2.50    Parlor tables   $2.50
Golden, quartered oak and mahogany finish; square
top; shaped shelf and turned legs.
$7.50   Morris Rockers   $7.50
Golden quartered oak frames; upholstered lh American leather; only three left ,
$3.25   Seagrass Mrs   $3.25
Only a few left   Get busy if you vant Qne.
Galloway & Lewis
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401-403 Columbia Street
Phone 829
New Westminster 23C
nasal*
IHE DAILY   NLWS,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911.
ki
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
L O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27.-
Tiw regular meetings of thla lodge
are beld ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend.    C. J. Purvis, N.Q.;  W.i
C. Coatham, P. 0.    recording    secre-1
tary;   R. Purdy, financial secretary I
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPFWHITINC I
!iss>  M. HKuTh.N,   public   steuogiu '
pher;   specification*,   business    let
ters,   etc.;    circular    work    taken
Phone   415.     Rear   of   Major    and
Savage's otlice. Columbia St.
FISH   AND   CAME.
AYLING    &    SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block
next to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. 11 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
j.   STILWELL   CLUTE,   barrister-at ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
law, solicitor, etc;  corner Columbia j fl)r the current year the rate of taxa
"Public School* It)-Law 1911."
By-Law Xo. ������
A   By-Law  to   enalble   the  Councll   of
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster  to  raise by  loan    the
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand Dollars   (��9",000.00)   for  the  purchase
of   a   site  and   the   erection     of  a
PuMK-  School  ln  the West  End of
th*' city at a cost of Sixty-six Thousand   DoUan   < $66,000,001   and   for
���payment  of  ttye    -balan.e     for  the
- " ���   i r  the  Fixth    Avenue    School
Twelvo   Thousand     Two      Hundred
and   Twenty     Dollars     ($12,220.00)
and  for payment of the  hnlance of
lh.-   coat     of     the     Que' Mborough
School Two  Thousand  Three   Hun-
Orel and Elrr'ity Dollar* (ISSS9.90)
and far the completion  of the Sapperton    Bdhool    Sixteen    Thousand
Four Hundr.-a Dollars ($16.40-0.0*0).
Whereas It is necessary  to provide
a site and erect a  Public Bchool thereon In the West Knd of the.���; Ity and to
pay l'he balance due for the elte of the
Sixth   Avenue  School  and   balance  of
the cost or the Queensborough School
and to complete the Sapperton School,
and  lt will be necessary to raise    thc
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand l>ollars
($97,O<00.00)   for   the  purposes  aforesaid.
And whereaa It appears that If the
said sum of $97,O'O0.(M> be appropriated
from  the general revenue of the city
aud Mi.\eiuie stieets, New West
mluster, B. C. P. O. Hox 112. Tele
pu oue 710. 	
IVVADE, WHEALLhiK, .vicwuaKUIE &
MARTIN���barristers uuu Solicitors
v\ eaiuiiosiei odicex, uoouis 7 aud ���
Gulchon biock. coiner Columbia anu
McKen/.le streets, Vaucouver ot
Hues, Williams building, 41 Grau
.Uie street. K. C. Wade, K. C,
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, Q. E
Niartiu.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER;
solicitor and notary, tilt) Columbiu
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
iuAiaii u*' TRADE���iNEW Vv t.a'1
minBter Board of Trade meets in t��*
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thur&day of each montn,
quarterly meeting on the wire
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at a p.m. Annua,
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New member* may bt
proposed mid elected at any mon:n
ly ot quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Arrival. Closing:
18:10���United States via C. P. R.
tually except Sunday) .23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).11:15
12:00���Vancouver vln. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.     ���	
(daily except Sunday).20:30 | Sch
tlon will ibe excessive, and it Is expedient that such excessive taxation
should Hie nvolded and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation and that debentures
should llie issued for that amount.
And 'whereas for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed to
be issued under this "by-law and for
creating a elnking fund for the payment of t/he said debentures when due
It will be necessary to raise by special
rate In addition to all other rates each
year tlurln.? the 'currency of the said
debentures the sum of Five Thousand
and Twenty-four and 9i-l'00 Dollars
($5'224.95).
And wherea,-- in order to raise the
said yearly sum of $5224.95 an equal
special rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the whole rateable property of the city of New Westminster.
And where-as th�� whole rateable
property of the said city according to
the last revised assessment rol! thereof is Nine Million Five 'Hundred and
Ninety-two Thousand Nine Hundred
anl Thirtiy-two Dollars ($9,592,932.-
00).
And whereas the total amount of the
existing debenture debt of the said
city i.s Two Million One Hundred and
Fifteen Thousand'Three Hundred Dollars ($2,M5,3O0.00) irrespective of the
sum of Four Hundred and Forty-two
Thousand Dollars ($442/J00.00) proposed! t.i ibe raised under this by-law
and the "Loan By-Law 14I'l," "High
School i-ite 'By-Law 1'fl 11," and "High
ol   Buftdln*     By-Law   1911,"     of
7;40���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.   R. I which none of the principal or Interest
(daily except Sunday).11.15 "is In arrears.
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R. Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
Idally except Sunday). 11:15  cil of the Corporation of the City of
7:30���United States via G. N. R. New Westmineter enacts as follows:���
(dally except Sunday)..  9.46       1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (dally)      8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe (dally)    13:15
11:40���Sapperton    and    Fraser
Mills      (dally      except
Sunday)        8:30
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
nulls      (daily      except
Sunday)       14:00
11:40���Coquitlam (dally except  Sunday)      8:30
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday) 11.15
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and   Friday    14:00
10:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Burt
Villa  13:30
10:00���Aiinloville   and   Sunbury
(dally   except   Sunday) .13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13:30
10:59���Vancouver, Piper's Siding rla G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
15:50���Cloverdale and I'ort Kells
via   G.   N.   1(.   idaily   except   Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday i        14:0(
7:40���Burnaby Lake (dally exoept Sunday   16:00
18:10���Ahbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)   23:00
16:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily    except
Sunday)   9:4f
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Uldne
and Hazlemere (Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday   9:4f
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
'-ehmam, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale,Langley Prairie, Murrayvllle.
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Majuba Hill, Hand,
via B. C.  R. R.  (dally
evcept  Sunday)     9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Mondav
Wednesday and Friday         9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via n. C. E. R.
(dally except  Sunday). 17:301
(dailv exdept S'indavi.20:30
11:20���Ahbotsford   vt*   B.C.E.R. I
(dallr except B|indav).i7:30
1S ��� RO���CMstAsl*   rl*; ',B.CJE|..R.
(dally ��T<4j��t ftfcto*). 17:20
12:0�����FTMfr Arm ............M:00
of the said city to raise by way of loan
from nny person or ipersons. body or
bodies corporate who may tie willing
to advance the same on the credit of
the debentures hereinafter mentioned
.iny .sum or eums of .money not exceeding ln 'the whole the sum of Ninety-seven Thousand Dollars ($97,000.-
UO) and to cause the same to be paid
into tho Treasury of the said city for
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It Shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made not exceeding in the whole
the sum of $97,000.00 for such sums
of money as may be required not less
t'h.in $100.00 each or an equivalent expressed ln pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland at a value of 4.866 to the pound
sterling; and all such debentures shall
be sealed with the sea! of the (Corporation, signed by the Mayor and countersigned .by the Treasurer thereof, or
>jy such other .person or persons as
ma;y be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The sab] debentures shall be
payable on the first day of January,
1962, at such place or places as the
Council of the eald lOorporatlon may
from time to time appoint with the
approval of tlie holders thereof and
shall bear Interest at the rate of four
:in.l one-half per centum per annum
payable half yearly on the flrvt day of
January and the first day of July In
��� ach an 1 every .year and the debentures shall hH\e attached to tihem coupons for the paymenl of Interest,
whi. h s ild coupons shall be signed by
the paid Mayor.
4. A ��,peclal rnte on the d ill.ir shal'
be levied and raised In each ye.ar In
addition to all other rates on all the
rateable property of the city sufficient
I , pay the Interest upon the debentures
and to create a sinking fund for the
payment of the principal thereof when j
due, subject to any Act or enactment
respecting tlhe same.
5. Subject an aforesaid there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
,iforesaid during the currency of the
=aid debentures the sum of Four Thousand Three Hundred and Sixty-five
Dollars ($i436i5.0O) for the payment of
interest thereon and tihe sum of Eight
Hundred and Fifty-nine and 95-100
Dollar,* ($S,59.95) to provide for the
.-,'payment of the principal.
6. The proceeds of the saJe of thc
said debentures shall be applied as follows and not otherwise: Towards paying the cost of tlhe passing of thla bylaw and the Issue and sale of the debentures therein Tefe-Tred to and all
expenses connected with the Issuance
of the ��ald loan, and the balance shall
be i >ald over from time to time aa required by the City Treasurer to the
several persons to whom moneys are
paiyaMe.
7. This t>y-!alw shall take effect
on the final passing thereof. I
S. ThiB diy-law before the final
:i:.-i,ig thereof shall receive Che as-
s-nt of the electors of the said city
in the manner Tequlred by law. I
9.   This By-law may be cited as the
"Pub'lc Schools By-law l��ll."
'Received the awe nt of the electors
on the day of A. D. 191
Reconsidered and finally passed In
Open Council the day of
A. D. 191
City Clerk.
Mayor.
Take notice that the above ls a true
copy of the proposed by-law upon
which the \ 'te of the electors will be
taken on the 11th day of January,
1912, between the hours of .nine
o'clock a. m. an 1 seven o'clock p. tn. at
the following places:
6t. George's Hall, corner of Clarkton
and  Ciiurc-h  streets.
No.  4  Flre Hall, Saipperton,    and
No. 5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth Street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. Dec. 29, 1911.
"Xitft^&K*
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER
������Loan By-Law 1911."
(By-Lan No. )
A ISy-Lam to enable the Council of
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise the sum of One
Hundred and Sixty-five Thousand
���Dollars ($165,000.00) for the
purpose of paying the over-draift
covering a number of years and
now existing lfl the accounts of the
City.
Whereas It Is necessary to raise the
sum of $165,000,00 for the purpose of
paying the over-draft covering a number of years and now existing in the
accounts of  the  city.
And whereas It appears that If the
said sum of $165,000.00 be appropriated from the general revenue of the
city for the current year the rate of
laxatloji will be excessive, and lt ls
expedient that guch excessive taxation should be avoided, and the said
sum should be raised on the credit
of the Corporation and that debentures should ibe Issued for that
amount.
And whereas for the 'payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be Issued under this by-law and
for creating a sinking fund for the
payment ol the said debentures when
due It will be necessary to raise by
special rate ln addition to all othpr
rates ea.h year during the currency
of the said debentures tihe sum of
Eight Thousand Eight Hundred and
Eighty-seven and 50-100 Dollars ($8,-
S87.80J.
And whereas in order to raise the
said yearly turn of Jij.887.80 an equal
special rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the 'whole rateable property of the City of New
Westminster.
And whereas the whole rateable
property of the said City according
to the Oast revised assessment roll
thereof is Nine Million Five Hundred
arid Ninety-two Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty-two Dollars ($9,592,-
932.00).
And whereas the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said city is Two Million One Hundred
amd Fifteen Thousand Three Hundred Dollars ($2,115,300.00) Irrespective of the sum. of Four 'Hundred and
Forty-two Thousand Dollars ($444,-
000.00) .proposed to be raised under
this by-law and the "High School
Site By-Law 1911," "High School
Building By-Law 1911," and the
"Public Schools By-Law 1911," of
which none of the principal or Interest Is in arrears.
Now,     therefore,     the     Municipal
Council   of   the   Corporation   of   the
City   O'f  New  Westminster  enacts  as
follows:���
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said city to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons,
body or bodies corporate who may be
willing to advance the same on the
credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned any sum or sums of money
not exceeding lm the whole the sum
of $165,000.00 and to cause the same
to be paid Into the treasury or the
said city for the purposes mentioned
herein.
2. It shall be'lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
to be made not exceeding in the
whole the sum of $165,000.00 for
such sums of money as may be required not less thain $100.00 each or
an equivalent expressed ln pounds
sterling of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Ireland at a value
or 4.866 to the pound Bterllng; and
all such debentures shall 'be sealed
with the Seal of the Corporation,
signed by tho Mayor and countersigned by tho Treasurer thereof, ��r
by such other person or parsons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of January,
1962 at such place or places an the
Councll of thc said Corporation may
from time to time appoint with the
approval of the 'ho Id ors thereof and
shall boar Interest at the rate of
four amd one-half per centum per
annum payable half-yearly on the
first day of January and the first day
of July ln each and every year, and
the debentures shall have attached to
them coupons for the payment of Interest, which said coupons shall be
signed by the Bald Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year In addition to all other rates
on all the rateable property of the
City sufficient to pay the Interest
upon the debentures and to create a
linking fund for the payment of the
principal thereof when due, subject
to any act or enactment respecting
the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid there shall
be raised annually t>y special rate as
aforesaid during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Seven
Thousand Four Hundred and Twenty-
five Do Mars ($7 4'2'5.0 0) for the .payment of Interest thereon and the sum
of One Thousand Four Hundred and
Sixty-two Dollars and Eighty Conts
($1462.80) to provide for the repayment of the principal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of thw
iid   debentures shall   be    applied  as
'oiiows amd not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
i.y-law and the Issue and sale of the
Jobenturcs   therein   referred   to   and
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all expenses connected with the Issuance of the said loan, and the .balance shall be paid over from time to
ttove as required by the City Treasurer to the several persons to whom
moneys are payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect
on the final passing thereof.
8. This By-law before the final i>ass-
lni; thereof shall receive the assent of
the electors of the ��ald city In the
manner required by law.
9. This By-law may .be cited as
"Loan  Hy-Law  1911."
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of A. D. 191
Reconsidered ftnd finally passed in
open Council  the day of
A. P. 191
City Clerk.
Mayor.
Take notice that the above ts a
true copy of the proposed by-law
upon which tbe vote of the electors
win be taken on the 11th day of
January, 1912, ibetween the hours of
nine o'clock a. m. and seven o'clock
p. m. at the following places:
St George's Hall, corner of Clarkson and Church Streets.
No. 4 Flre Hall, Saipperton, and
No.  5 Flre Hall, Thirteenth Street
"W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Dec. 29, 1911.
We Carry a
Full Line of
Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Etc.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Phone 29 New Westminster, B. C.
A writer In the Railway ancl Engineering Review recently gave the Interesting results of a computation of
the average dally earning1 capacity of
the American) locomotive. The estimate took account of time spent in
the repair shop, increased cost of repairs and renewals, and the cost of
fuel, water and the engine crew. The
average earnings of a locomotive a
day In the east are $124.84. and on
the Western roads $130.84. The highest earnings ln the west are those of
the Santa Fe locomotives, which work
out at $145.53 a day. The highest
earnings in the east are on the Central railroad of New Jersey, where
the average Is $147.06 a day.
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Johnson's Wharf
New Year's EXCURSIONS
VICTORIA and Return $2.70
Leave Vancouver at 12 midnight, Dec. 30th.
Retiming steamer will be held at Victoria until 6 p. m., Jan. 1st,
to accommodate holiday travel.
FOR  PRINCE  RUPERT
and Queen Charlotte Islands, steamer will leave Vancouver at 2 a.
m., Dec. 26th and Jan. 2nd.
Steamer from north, Dec. 30th, will arrive at Vancouver at 11.30
a. m. instead of 9.30 p. m.
Freight will be received at Johnson's wharf New   Year's Days
from 9 to 11:30 a. m.
H. G. SMITH. C. P. aud T. A. Telephone Seymour 71M
L, V. DRUCE, C. A. Telephone Seymour 3000
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1911,
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
By-Law No.*..
A By-law to authorize the Corporation of the District of Burnaby to
���enter into and execute an agreement
with the Burrard Inlet Tunnel and
Bridge Company for the purchase of
shares in tbe capital stock of said
Company.
The Municipal Councll of the Cor
poratlon of the District of Burnaby
���enacts oa follows
Mr. Topplng'a Office, Eaat Burnaby.
Hamilton    Road    School,   Burquitlam.
Dundonald School, Fraser Arm.
Barnet Hall, Barnet.
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, Nortb Burn-1
aby. I
Mr. Mohr's Store, Burnaby Lake.
Lakemere School, Duthie.
Publlc Notice lg hereby given that j
the vote of the Electors of the District of Burnaby will be taken on the ���
above-mentioned By-law at the time |
and place above mentioned, and that
A. G. Moore has been "appointed Re-
1.   Authority U hereby given to the ; turning Officer to take   the   vote of
Keeve and Clerk ot the Corporation i 8U(A eiectors   wttll tlle UBUal poWOrs
i _*__ ts    _#    aUra    P/vniini'annn   .........
to sign on behalf of the Corporation
and to seal with the corporate seal
an indenture of agreement between
the Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge
.Company of the one part and tlie Corporation of the other part in the
terms of the Schedule appended to
this Bylaw, and authority is hereby
riven to the Corporation to enter Into and agree to all the provisions of
aald agreement
2. This By-law may be cited as
"The Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge
Company Aid By-law, 1911."
3 This By-law shall come Into
operation on the date ot Its receiving tho assent of the Lleutenant-Gov
ernor-in-Councll by order ln council
to that effect.
DONE AND PASSED ln Open
Council the Eighteenth day of Decern
ber. 1U11.
RECEIVED the assent of the electors on the   day  of   .
191������
RECONSIDERED    and    FINALLY
passed the   day of ��� <
191���.
ln that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J. \V. WEART, Reeve.
W. GRIFFITHS, clerk.
Edmonds, B. C. Dec. 20, 1911.
By-Law No...,
A By-law to enable the Corporation
of the District of Burnaby to raise
by way of loan the sum of Fifty
Thousand Dollars    ($50,000.00)    to
purchase stock ln the Burrard Inlet
Tunnel and Bridge Company.
WHEREAS a petition dated as to
each signature and signed by the owners of more thanone-balf of tho real
property  In  the District ot  Burnaby
as shown by the last revised assessment roll has been presented to the
Council of the said District requesting tbem to introduce and pass a bylaw to authorise them to borrow the
sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,-
000.00)   to  be expended  In the purchase of stock or shares ln The Burrard  Inlet  Tunnel  and   Bridge  Company Incorporated by Act of Parlla-
Reeve,
Clerk
SCHEDULE   REFERRED TO:
THIS INDENTURE dated this ���day j ment of Canada.
.     jn the year of our Lord, one      AND WHEREAS lt Is necessary to
thousand nine hundred and ���. raise the money required  to defray
ramsrarani' Ithe ahove expenditure upon the credit
BETWWJBH- _1JN; 0f the Municipality.
THE   .BURRARD   INLET   TUN-1     AND  WHEREAS ,t wl���  be nece8.
NEL AND   BRIDGfc COMPANY,. ralse ���   b ,a,
incorporated  as  a MWT flgL, 8um of Wve Hundred knd Twen-
,any by a charter of the Parlla-|   ._8lx   dollar8   and   geventeen   cents
ment of Canada, herelnattei    re-,j($52617)   prlncl,)al   and   the  8um  of
f��Ted to as the X^Snttsttr   Two Thousand, Two Hundred and Fif-
of the ONb PAlli.lty   dollars   *%vmM)   interm   mak.
ANU   ..,   f,rt.,BftDiTinM   r��p THR; ing together a total amount annually
THE   CORPORATION   OB THE Thousand,   Seven   Hundred
DISTRICT  OF  BURNABY. here-   ^   gevent     ,x   dollar8   an(1   g^.
inafter referred to as the Lor-        n  cents   (|a77cl7)   for  the term
poratlon'                 ������.,,,..   PART ot forty >'ears for the re-payment of
of the OTHBtt fAttl-|tije 8ald loan and interest thereon aa
WITNESSETH:                                       . heielnafter mentioned.
WHEREAS the Company has been AND WHEREAS the net value of
lncorpatcd Inter alia lor tho purpose the  whole rateable land  in  the Mu-
of undertaking the erection of a joint nicipality according to the last revls-
traflic and railway bridge across the ed assessment roll amounts to Eigh-
Secoud    Narrows   of    Burrard    Inlet teen    Millions,    Five    Hunired    and
from  a point in the Municipality of Twenty Thousand. Four Hundred and
Burnaby and Hastings Townsite to a Fourteen   ($18,520,414) dollars,
point ln  the  District of North Van- AND WHEREAS the total existing
<ouver and the construction of suit- debenture debt of the Municipality is
able railway works to give connection One Million, Two Hundred and Eight
with  railway  systems on the   South Thousand,    Five     Hundred     dollars,
Shore and for the opening up and de- ($1,208,500)    exclusive   of   local    1m-
velopment of the North Shore of Bur- provement  debts secured   by  special
raid  Inlet.                                                ; ''ates or assessments of which nona
AND    WHEREAS   the    whole   of of the principal or interest ls in ar-
eald works are so situated as to be rears.
���of great value to the Municipality of AND WHEREAS to provide for the
Uurnaby   and   the   Corporation   has payment of Interest and the creation
agreed to aid the said   Company by of  a  sinking fund for  the payment
subscribing for   five   hundred    (50ft) of the said principal sum of $50,000.00
shares     of    one     hundred     dollars It wlll be necessary to levy a special
($100.00) each ln the capital stock of annual rate sufficient to raise the sum
salt Company.                                         Iof  Tw0   Thousand,   Seven   Hundred
ASD WHEREAS the price i r value al>d  Seventy-six  dollars   and-  Seven
of said shares Is  flfty  thousand dol- teen cents  ($2,77fi.l7)  the amount to
lars   ($50,000.00). therefore the Com- bf calculated annually on the who e
pany   hereby   agrees  to  sell  to   the of the rateable land comprised with-
corporation    end     the    Corporation In the Municipality
agrees to purchase of and from tho NOW THEREFORE the Mun cipal
Company   five  hundre^   (500)   shares Councl   of  the   Corporation   of   the
of one hundreed dollars ($100.00) each Wrtrtet of  Burnaby   enacts   as fol-
of the capital stock of the Company lows.                                         .      ���
at and  for the said price   of   flfty I    \   " ��������!�� be lawful tor the Reeve
thousand dollars   ($50,000.00)   subject and Clerk of the Councll for the pur-
alwavs to the terms ot the Act of In- P��ses aforesaid to borrow or raise by
corporation of the Company and to "W* ^na from any person or body
the following conditions, namely:       j or bodies corporate who may be will-
1.   Tne said price shall be due and "Uf to  advance the  same  upon  the
payable to the Company  within two credit of the debentures  hereinafter
12) months from the date of the as- menUoned a sum not exceeding $60,-
sent   of  the   Ueutenant-Governor-ln- 0)0.00 and to cause the same to be
Council   to ithe   By-law   authorizing raced In the Royal Bank of Canada
the execution of this agreement and at tte city of New Westmlnater Bilt-
upon payment of the said price and '8 ��� Columbia   to the cred.t   of the
in  exchange   therefor  the  Company said Corporation for. the purposes and
ahall issue and make delivery to the ��"* the objects above set forth and
Corporation of the share certificates *> Issue any number o   debentures o
for said shares In the capital stock ^e said C��TO��on to tte sum of
i        im firm $50,000.00 in the whole in accordance
2    in Sect of the said Corpora->Rh  the   ���Municipal   Clauses   Act"
Hon   holding  the  said  sbares  in tl.e AI��� th* *** ****�������� ?ha11 ^ ft
capital  stock   of   the  Company   and sued to conslstof  02 deb "lures, each
whil, tbe same are so held the Reeve of the denomination of one hundred
of the Corporation shall be and act. P"���*' Sterling (��100) anyone de-
as one of the directors of the  Com- benture of   the amount of ��'3-19-6d.
i being the Sterling equivalent of $50,-
T'The    Company   agrees   wlthln' 000.00 at the rate of $4 86% to the
ten  (10) months of the date of the ���f pound  Sterling, each debenture
assent    of   the   Lieutenant-Governor- being  also expressed  to  be payable
"-Council as aforesaid to commence ����  Canadian  Cui rency   computed   a
and   proceed   Witt>   the.work   of  the -b raj.   .nd suc^debentue^sha.l
[Xf ! ��� cLm retldaldanbdrSy��f�� P'essed both J.Sterling ���j currency
traffic the said bridge and at least' ��* the In erest the eon at the rate
four (4. milts or connecting railways. ff four ttU(1 one-half t4V��> per een-
hotoA lhe .apse of three.. f|)   years ; - &&*��* *f5����-
INLET TUNNEL   k   BRIDGE   COMPANY LOAN BY-LAW 1912."
Done and PASSED in Open Council
the Eighteenth day of December, A.
D. 1911.
RECEIVED tte assent ot the Electors at an Election for the purpose on
the  -i���  day   of    ,.  A.  D
191���.
. RECONSIDERED and Anally adopt-
��I by the   Councll, signed    by   the
Reeve and Clerk and Seale.l with the
Corporate Seal on   the   day   of
 , A. D. 191���
C.M.C. Reeve.
Take Notice that tbe above ls a
true copy of the proposed by-law upon
which the vote of the Municipality
will be taken on Saturday the 13th
day of January, 1912, between 9
o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p. m.
at the polling places:
Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agricultural   Hall,  Central   Park.
Mr. Topping's Office, East Burnaby.
Hamilton Road School, Burquitlam.
Dundonald School, Fraser Arm.
Barnet Hall, Barnet.
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, North Burnaby.
Mr. Mohr's Store, Burnaby Lake.'
Lakemere School, Duthie.
Public Notice is hereby given that
tbe vote of the Electors of the District of Burnaby will be taken on the
above-mentioned by-law at the time
and place above mentioned, and that
A. G. Moore has been appointed Returning Officer to take the vote of
such electors, with the usual powers
In that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL
J.   W.   WEART,   Reeve.
W.   GRIFFITHS.   Clerk.
Edmonds, B. C, Dec. 20. 1911.
*S$S
By-Law No....
A By-law to enable the Corporation
of the District of Burnaby to raise ]
by way of loan the sum of $50,000,-
00 for the purpose of providing and J
building additional sidewalks within the Limits of tte Municipality.
WHEREAS it ls necessary and expedient that the Council of the said
Corporation be authorized to borrow
the sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,-
000.00) dollars to provide for the construction of additional sidewalks within the limits of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS it is necessary to
raise the moneys required to defray
the above expenditure upon the credit of tbe Municipality.
AND WHEREAS It will be necessary to raise annually by special rate
the sum of Two Thousand Four Hundred and Ninety-seven dollars and
Five cents ($2,497.05) principal and
the sum of Two Thousand, Two Hundred and Fifty ($2,250.00) dollars interest making together a total amount
annually of Four Thousand, Seven
Hundred and Forty-seven dollars and
Five cents ($4,747.05) for the term
of fifteen years for the ie; ay ment of
the Baid loan and Interest thereon
as hereinafter mentioned.
AND WHEREAS the net value of
the whole rateable lani In the Municipality according to the last revised
assessment roll amounts to Eighteen
Million, Five Hundred and Twenty
Thousand. Four Hundred and Fourteen  ($18,520,414.00) dollars.
AND WHEREAS the total existing
debenture debt of the Municipality Is
One Million, Two Hundred and Eight
Thousand Five Hundrei ($1,208,500.-
00) dollars, exclusive of local improvement debts secured by special
rates or assessments of which none
of the principal or interest is in arrears.
AND WHEREAS to provide for tte
payment of Interest and the creation
ot a sinking fund for the payment of
the said principal sum of $50,000.00 it.
will be necessary to levy a special annual, rate sufficient to raise the sum
of Four Thousand, Seven Hund'eri
and Forty-seven dollars and Five'
cents ($4,747.05) the amount to be eai
culated annually on the whole of tho
from  the date of the said assent of Ithe
Oth day ot June and  the 31st.
the   Ueutenant-Governor-in-Councll.    | day of December in each year.   AND
i       . ZTik   fnmnrntion thu ' 8Uch Sterling debenutres shall be de-
���I.   As rogards the Corpoiat.on tnis ���   ,������.���,,���..��� ���. .,hoBaia
agreement Is provisional on the as-
llvered to the purchasers of the said
* \, iZ,1 h./���rih   .wtnni nf the  debentures, and both as to principal
��ent being had of the electors or tne ,  ���    .v-n ��.~ ���..������w.i��� ���. fi,-
District and the peering of the Loan! "d Interest shall be payable ia the
i.i ia   it... ��..���,��.. .nj ni..; office of the Bank   of  Montreal   ln
Kll*A^ti*W���� En*tend' ��r ,n TorcntcMon-
"ent of hT ����Semor" tml yta.V^w Cana*, or in
r>������.,���n   �����J    <\>in���;,   anv   r*t   thonB   New York, at holders option.   AND
sm t�� th�� Jt iSLlit Ann be'the principal of the said debentures
events then this agreement shall be ^ ^ payab,e on ^ Tnlrty.flrst
day of December, A. D. 1951.
2. There shall be raised and levied
annually hy a special rate sufficient
therefor on all rateable land within
the Limits of the said Municipality
the sum of Five Hundred and Twenty-
six dollars and Seventeen cents
($526.17) for the purpose of forming
a sinking fund for the payment of the
said debentures and the sum ot Two
Thousand. Two Hundred and Fifty
dollars ($2,250X0) for the payment of
the Interest at the rate afcrcsatd, the
said special rate to be in addition to
all other rates to be levied and col
ipso Tacto null and void
IN WITNESS WHEREOF tte Company    and    the    Corporation   bave
-caused    their    respective    corporate
seals to be hereunto affixed.
The corporate seal of the
Burrard  Inlet  Tunnel and (SEAL)
Bridge Company was hereto affixed in the presence of
Th�� corporate seal of the ,
Corporation of the District
of liurnaby was hereto af- (SEAL)
fixed In  the  presence  of:
Take Notice that the  above   ls a
true ropy of the proposed By-law up-', lected ln the said MUWclrallty during
on which the vote of the Municipality the currency of the said debentures
will be taken on Saturday, the  13th or anv of thera.
day   of   January.   1912.   between    9 i    3.   This by-law shall take effect on
o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p. m., at and after the Eighteenth day of Jan-
the polling places: uary, A. D. 1912.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds. 4.   This by-law may be cited for
Agricultural  Hall,  Central Park.      all   purposes   aa  "THE   BURRARD
purpose of forming a sinking fund
for th* payment of the said debentures and the sum of Two Thoutend,
Two Hundred and Fifty dollars (12,-
250.00) for the payment of the Interest at the rate aforesaid, the said special rate to be in addition to all otter
rates to be levied and collected In
tte said Municipality duri'i the currency ot the said debentWes or any
of them.
3. This By-law shall take effect on
and after the Eghteenth day of January A. D. 1912.
4. This By-law may be cited for all
purposes as the "BURNABY SIDEWALKS EXTENSION BY-LAW 1912"
DONE AND PASSED ln Open
Councll the Eleventh day of December A. D. 1911.
RECEIVED the assent ot tte Electors at an election for the purpose on
the ��� day of A .D. 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally adopted by the Council, Signed by the
Reeve and Clerk and Sealed with the
Corporate Seal all cn the ��� day of
 . A. D. 1912.
C.M.C, Reeve.
Take Notice tbat the above Is a
true copy of the proposed by-law upon which the vote of the Municipality
wlll be taken on Saturday, the 13th
day of January 1912, between 9
o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p. m. at
the polling places:
Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agricultural  Hall,  Central  Park.
Mr. Topping's Office, East Burnaby.
Hamilton Road School, Burquitlam.
Dundonald School, Fraser Arm.
Barnet Hall, Barnet.
Mr. Jas. Herd's Office, North Burnaby. ,
Mr. Mohr's Store, Burnaby Lake.
Lakemere School, Duthie.
Public Notice Is hereby given that
the vote of the Electors of the District of Burnaby will be taken on the
above-mentioned by-law at the time
and place above mentioned, and that
A. G. Moore has been appointed Returning Officer to take the vote of
such electors, with the usual powers
ln that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J.  W. WEART, Reeve.
W.   GRIFFITHS.   Cleric
Edmonds, B. C, Dec. 20, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Re "Lot 28, n subdlvlslpn of Lots 1
i-nd 3 or Lot 95, Group 1, New Westminster District.
Whereas proof ot the loss of Certificate of Title Number 19iTF. Issued
ln the name of The Corporation of
the Dlstrldt' of Burnaby, has been
flled ln this office.
Notice is Hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tbe date of the flrst publication here:
of, ln a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Dec. 21, 1911.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District, District of New Westmlnater.
Take notice that I. Walter S. Rose,
of New Westminster, B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply tor permission to lease the 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 chains north, thence
80 chains east, thence 80 chains
soutb, thence 80 chains west to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
Date. September 18th, 1911.
WALTER S. ROSE,
Name of Applicant (In full).
JAMES G. McRAE.
Agent.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
V RAILWAY CO
CHRISTMAS and
NEW YEAR Holidays
Round Trip Tickets for One
Fare and One Third
On sale Dec. 21 to Jan.    1.     Return
good untll Jan. 5.
For tickets and   other   particulars
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminste1
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
Re Lot 12, In subdivision 2 of Lot
30. Group 1, Map 478, New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlflcate of title number 15308A, issued
in tbe name of Olive Bell has been
filed in this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date ot the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published
in the City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said Certlflcate, unless ln the meantime valld
objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office. New Westminster, B. C, December 6. 1911.
KES, WE CAN
CEE4NIT
Our process of Dry Cleaning
���nd Dying Is MARVELLOUS.
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to cast
aside.
Phone R278 for the Best Work.
Gent's SuU Pressed   ���   75c
Gent's Suits Cleaned $1.50 np
ROYAL CITY
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyers
G. P. BALDWIN, PROP.
345 Columbia Street
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
sh to as h. p.
t and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phona 63.
Tenth  St., New Weatmlnster.
*J
HER WEIGHT INCREASED
TROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS.
e
JOHNSTON  & JACK80N.
Barrlstcrs-at-Law, Solicitors, Etc.
Adam S. Johnston.' Frank A. Jackson. Offices: Vancouver, Room 405
Winch Building; New Westminster,
Room 6, Ellis Block, Columbia street.
Telephones:     Vancouver.   Seymour
21C3;  New Westminster, 1070.
Cable   Address:      "Stonack."   Code:
Western   Union.
coal"1
New
Wellington I
Phone 388.
rateable land  comprised within   the
Municipality.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the District of Burnaby enacts  as   follows:
1.   It shall be Uwful for the Reeve
and Clerk of the Council for the purposes aforesaid to borrow or raise by
way of loan from any person or body
or bodies corporate who may ba willing to advance the same upon  the
credit  of  the debentures- hereinafter
mentioned a sum not exceeding $50,-
000.00 and to cause the same to be
placed in the Royal Bank of Canadn
at the Ctty of New Westminster, British Columbia to the credit of the said
Corporation for the purposes and with
the objects above   set forth and to Is
sue any: number of debentures of tht*
said corporation to the sum of JB0,-
000,000 in the whole   in   accordance
with the "Municipal Clauses Act." And
the said Debentures shall  be issued
to consist of 102 debentures each of
the  denomination  of   One   Hundred
Pounds Sterling   (��100) and one de-j
benture of the amount of   ��73-l9-r>d.
being the Sterling equivalent of $50,-
000.00 at the rate of $4.8C%  to thai
one pound Sterling, each  debent j re >
being also expressed   to be . payable |
ln Canadian   currency   computed   at.
such rate and such debentures shall j
have   annexed   thereto   coupons   expressed both ln Sterling and Currency
for the Interest thereon at tte rate
of four and one-half  (4%)  per centum per annum payable half-yearly on
the 30th day ot June and    the 31st
day of December In each year.   And
such Sterling debentures shall be de-
��� livered to the purchasers of the aald
'debentures, ahd both as to principal
'and Interest shall be payable at tte
Office of the Bank  of   Montreal in
London, England, or ln Toronto, Mon- j
treal or in Vancouver, Canada, or lm
New York at holder's option.     And Mineral Waters,
the principal of the said debeatures
shall be payable on the Thirty-first
day of December. A.D. 1926. .,...
2. There shall be raised and lev-
led annually by a special rate sufficient therefor on all rateable land
within the limits of the said Municipality the sum. of Two Thousand,
Fbur Hundred and Nlnetv-s*'-P" dol
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.    P. 0 Box SH
Otlice, Pront St.. Foot of Sixth,    j
Westminster
Transfer Co.
j��oe 'Phons 1W      Mn '���teas
Begbie Street.
Baggage   den nm ii-omi' .
any par        *��� Sit*
Light and Heavy tkuiinp
OPPICE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
Varden No. 19, Sons ot Norway,
meet In Eagles hall the first and
third Wednesdays of each month at.
8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. KROGSETH,
President.
J. J. AUNE,
Financial Secretary.
F. G. GARDINER.
A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WE8TMIN8TER     TRUST      Kt.OCK
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid   up $6,200,000  .
Reserve   7.200,000
The Bank haa over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from tbe Atlantic to the Pocuic,
in Cuba throughout tht* island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,. Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities In the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr..
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
Wonderful Praise Accorded
Peruna the Household Remedy
Mrs. Maria Goerts, Orients, Oklahoma, writes:
"My husband, children and myself
have used your medicines, and ws always keep them ln the house ln ease of
necessity. I was restored to health by
this medicine, and Dr. Hartman's ln-
Taluable advice and books. People ask
about me from different places, and axe
surprised that I can do all of my housework alone, and that I waa cured by tte
doctor of chronic catarrh. My husband
waa cored ot asthma, my daughter of
earache and catarrh pf the stomach, and
my son ot catarrh of the throat. When
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wels;h 140.
"I hare regained my health again, and
I cannot thank yoa enongh for year
advloe. May Ood giro you c ng life
ind blasa your work."
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phono 867
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Centra! Meat Market
BOWELL * ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 87a
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
lars and Five centa ($2,497.05) for the Telephone R 1tS. OIBee: Prlncese *i
"   FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria. l
10:00 A .M Dally except Tuesday
1:00 P. M Dally
12:eo Midnight Saturday Only
For 8eattle.
ilO:00 A. M Daily
11:00 P. M -Dally
For Prince Rupert and Alaaka
11:00 P. M Dec. 14th, 23rd, 30th
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
11:00 P. M Dec, 23, January 6th
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M. Thursday
For Upper Fraser River Points.
Leave New Westmlnater, 8:00 A.M.,
Monday. Wednesday end Friday.
Leave Chili 1 wack. 7:00 A. M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
���if.  For Gulf lalanda Points.
j 7:00 A. M. Friday tor Victoria, call-
ling afkGallano. Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Genes   Hr. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point. Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Weetmlneter.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vaneouver
iii'
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
��� ^
Many People who have
neVer^befote been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank accourit.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
large and strong banking organization.
Interest u paid ob Savings
Balances balf-yearly.   ::
Business (AccobbU   evened
ob favorable terns.   ::   ��
INCORPORATED 1855 <
ASSETS  $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C
BRANCH
���1S CetwnMe Street
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PAGE EIOHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1811.
SEE OUR STOCK OF
Christmas
.
CARVERS,
BRASS, COPPER and
WCKLE-PLATED
WARE
TABLE CUTLERY
GILLETTE SAFETY
RAZORS
ANDERSON & IUSBY
634 Columbia St.     Phone 22-23
OF L08ING MONEY IS TO TAKE
OUT A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY
THROUGH AN INCOMPETENT
BROKER. . THE TEST WILL NOT
COME.UNTlC YOU HAVE HAD A
FIRE. LET ME WRITE YOUR IN-
SURANCE FOR YOU AND YOU
CAN HAVE A FREE MIND ABOUT
THE      ADJUSJNW    OF      YOUR
LOSSES,
r�� poi   ���-   ���
*r 	
Alfred W. McLeod
Bishop de Pencier was at the
opening of the opera house last
night.
Ice cream, all fruit flavors, promptly
delivered.    Phono 310.   I. A. Reid.   *
Mr. C. Simpson, of Haverill, Essex,
England, is a quest at the Kussell
hotel.
Edmonds���Few cheap lots, $350,
?50 cash.    Reid, Curtis &. Dorgan. �����
Mr. T. H. McCormick has bought
a house for himself on Tenth street
at the corner of Seventh avenue,
where he will take up his residence.
Lost���An elk tooth cuff link. Finder
return to Liverpool Arms and receive
liberal reward. ���*
Mr. A. D. Swan, harbor engineering
specialist, and Mr. H. H. Stevens,
M.P., were over ln New Westminster
yesterday morning collecting data for
Mr. Swan's work for the Dominion
resident engineer's  office.
The Sunday school entertainment
of Sixth Avenue Methodist church
last evening was a great success.
There was a large attendance and
everyone present spent a happy time.
The collection in aid of the window
which the Sunday school has under
taken to instal in the new church
realized $40.
Headaches caused from defective
eyesight. Get your eyes tested by
a graduate optician, and have your
glasses made to suit, satisfaction
guaranteed. W. Gifford Optical Parlors, ln T. Gifford's jewelry store.   %*
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A, M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated Society
ot Musicians (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
! Prepares candidates for Teachers'
| Diplomas, Licentiate and Local exam-
! (nations of tive Associated Board of the
| Koyal Academy. of Music and Koyal
, College of Music. Has had numerous
| successes in past years.
i For terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phone LG38.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
SMITH'S
FRIDAY BARGAINS
The last Friday Bargain Day of 1911 will flnd this store offering some of the greatest bargains as a fitting occasion to the'memory of a year of many record bargain events. We will make the New Year
one of special interest on Friday Bargain Days, such only as this store can do. Come early Frl.lay.
Let this store help you to solve the savins problem.
M
frNSURANO
P5$>
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
Don a
New Suit
Witk tke
New Year
SO VERY FEW DAYS REMAIN OF 1911, BUT IF YOU
PLACE YOUR ORDER RIGHT
NOW YOU WILL BE READY
FOR  1912.
Ladies Suits from $35 up
Men's Suits from $25 up
GALVIN
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lorne Street, New Westminster,
Proof of the fact that timber will
remain a long time fresli and sounl
i under the ground is found lu a section
Of a tree, probably a cedar, which Is
In the possession of Mr, McDougall,
timber scaler, Sapperton. It was 80
feet in the soil aud was uncovered in
course of the construction work on
the dam at Coquitlam. Another sec- t
tion is ln possession of tho ciown
timber agent.
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday af tei noon. Leaves
lilackman-Ker whai f at 2 o clock. **
Another success has to be recorded
with regard to the Sunday school
entertainment of St. Paul's church
which was held last evening. Kev.
C. A. Mitchell gave a series of magic
lantern views, after which came a-
comedy sketch in which W. Burr,
Arthur Maynard and S. Murber took
part. Santa ICaus appeared, and the
children were treated to an automobile ride. Mr. W. Burr gave away
the present, and both children and
teachers were made the recipients ol'
I gifts.    Mr.  W.  Mackintosh  occupied
I the chair.
Mayoralty Election Notice.
In the Interests of the mayoralty
candidature of J. S. Bryson the electors of the city of New Westminster
are notified that permanent committee rooms have been engaged in tho
old Knights of Pythias hall directly
above Curtis' drug store, Columbia
street. These rooms will be open
day and evening until after the election and everyone ls cordially In-
vite.l to visit these rooms at anytime, and any assistance rendered
the committee will be greatly appreciated. *��
Look !
Hamilton street,   near   Fourteeth
street, goo J lot on north side.
&900
Good terms.
Fourteefh street near Tenth ave
nue. Good view lot.
$900
Very gopd terms.
jor & Savage
Underwear Bargains Make Friday Shopping Profitable
A chance Friday to supply the little ones with warm Underwear at a great saving. There is lots of cold
weather ahead, so get prepared by shopping early Friday. Children's Heavy Underwear, fleece-lined;
in natural shades; sizes fitting from 1 to 14 years; vests aad drawers; regular values 35c and 40c.
Friday Bargain, per garment t       25c
Waists Extraordinary Bargains
Women's Waists; Jeager and flne wool delaines; in self and striped patterns of light and dark shadings; plain shirt waist effects; with or without attached collars; all sizes; regular values $3.50 anl
$4.50.    Friday  Bargain, each  82.85
Dress Goods on Sale Friday, Greatest of Bargains
35c Per Yard
Not often you'll see such beautiful fabrics at a fraction of cost as those on sale Friday. The lot contains eollenne, crepe-de-chene,CrlspIne, Taffeta cloths, etc.; the shades shown are nlle, sky, tan, greens,
navy and cream;   widths from 38 to 44 inches; regular values to $1.25.   Friday Bargain, per yard  35;
S50 COLUMBIA STREET
B. &M.
FISH MARKET
537 Front St   -   Phone 301
Fresh Salmon (half or whole, lb. .lie
Fresh Cod   (half or whole), lb 8c
Halibut (half or whole), per lb. ...8c
Fresh Soles 3 lbs. for 25c
Smelts ...'....' 3 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Shrimps, per lb 20c
Smoked Spring Salmon, lb 20c
Smoked Halibut, per lb 15c
Kippers, per lb 10c
Finnan Haddies, two lbs for 25c
Rabbits, each    35c
Large Eastern Oysters, per pint .. 50c
Choice TurkejD, per lb 32c
Delivery 10 a. tn. and 4 p. m.
Terms���Casn.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front 8t.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St.
Two Lots
On Eighth
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
'
Christmas
Chocolates
CADBURYS  (English)
' ROWNTREES' (Eng'lsh)
WEBB'S (Canadian)
POPHAM'S'{British Columbia)
AT
wm msm
DMoe Bloc*' 441 Col��ml*i Bt.
N#w Weetojilniter. B.C.
- ���'      't   L ;' ' "'
****!
(1004) Facing Moody Park. Price
$1000 Each. Terms One-third
Cash, balance 6,12 and 18 months
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
HWBttUTY
F.J.HartXCo.,Ltd.
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster      llranches at Vancouver    Victor**
Chilliwack and Aldergrove. B.C.
Hosiery   Bargains That   Mean
Early Shopping.-   Three
Great Bargains
Women's Black Cashmere Hose; Ene grade anl fast
blacks; all sizes; regular values 35c. Friday bargain,  per  pair      25c
Children's Heavy Ribbed Worsted Hose; good winter weight and pure worsted yarn; black only;
sizes 8 to 10, regular values 35c. Friday bargain,
ier pair        25c
Men's Half Hose; of fine cashmere; hi shades of
navy and black; all sizes: regular 35c. Friday bargain,   per   pair      25c
GLOVES   PRICED FOR  RUSH SELLING FRIDAY.
Women's   French   Kid   Gloves;   good  quality  skin;
with two-spring fastener; in shades of grey, brown,
tan and black; all sizes; but not in all shades; regular values $1.25. Friday bargain, per pair  ...50c
ROUSING   NECKWEAR REDUCTIONS.
Assorted lot of Lace Dutch and Sailor Cellars;   in
cream, ecru and white;  all pretty novelties;  regular to 75c. Friday   bargain,  each    35c
WOMEN'8 BELTS FOR 10;
Such a Low Price should cause record sailing; only
about 3 dozen In this lot;  women's   leather   belts,
patent  finish; In 6hades of red, green and brown
values  regular 25c. Friday bargain, each  ...
10c
HANDKERCHIEF BARGAIN���3 FOR 20c.
'.'.'omen's   Swiss   and    Irish    Linen    Hand'rchlefs:
in   hemstitchc.l and fancy embroidered; values regular 16c.
WARM   GLOVES AT ZERO  PRICE���35c  PAIR.
Women's  Silk-Lined   Cashmere   and   Fancy   Wool
Gloves;   good assortment of colors; all sizes; regular  values  to 86c.    Friday bargain, pair  35c
WARM   MUFFLERS MUCH PRICE.REDUCED.
Fine  Wool   Mufflers    with    spring   fastening;    in
Bhades  of cardinal,   navy,   maroon,   grey
white anl  black;    regular   50c.
cach      '.*.
Friday
khaki,
bargain,
35c
Bargains of Unusual Interest
Frcm the Staple
Section
Flannelette; in colored stripes; width 33 inches;
extra   weight and quality.   Friday bargain 8yds. 81
COTTON  BLANKETS MUCH REDUCED IN PRICE
FRIDAY.
11|4 Size Cotton Blankets; heavy nap finish; with
colored border; regular values $1.50. Friday bargain, per pair $1.25
GREAT PRICE LOWERING IN FANCY LINENS.
All Linen Tea Cloths, Tray Cloths and Runners; in
fancy embroidered, drawn work and Battenberg;
assorted sizes; regular values to $1.25. Exceptional o.Ter.    Friday bargain, each       .75c
Runners, Tea Cloths, Centres and Tray Cloths; in
embroidered and drawn work styles; fine gratfe
linen;   regular values to $2.25. Friday bargain $1.50
Cotton Pillow Case; hemmed; size 40 and 42
Inches; good weight; exceptional values. Friday
bargain, per ualr    25c
8CRIM CURTAIN8 REMARKABLY LOW PRICED.
Eight Pairs Only, Scrim Curtains; finest qualit/
material; with border sides and foot; good colorings and designs; regular values to $3.00. Filday
bargain, per   pair  ���1-80
38-lneh Curtain Scrim; In pattern effects; shades of
ecru asd tan; flne even weave; regular value 25c.
Friday   bargai u, per yard   PVffi
Cretonnes; Infancy floral and'figured designs;
shades of green, red, blue and black; with colored
patterns; width about 30 Inches; regular value*
15c.   Friday bargain, per yard    10c
C. B. DEANS'
GROCERY
415 Columbia Street.     Telephone 386.
For New Year's we hare Nuts (of
all kinds), Candles, Japanese Oranges,
Naval Oranges, Table Raisins, Fancy
Eating Apples, Figs and  Dates.
Strictly Fresh Eggs only, per doz. 69c
Choice Hams, half or whole, lb. ..20c
Quaker Tomatoes, large cane  15c
Quaker  Peas, Cora and  Beans, two
cans for ���         25e
Tomatoes, two sizes  2 for 25c
Our    best,   fancy    Creamery Butter,
3 lbs, for    $1.10
Almond Nuts, special at per lb... 15s
'These  are  new  fresh  stock.
We want your trade and will make
every effort to pleasa you In' both
quality and prices,
o'bT5>eans
415 Columbia etreet.
SH OUR NEW M PRESENTS
Cadbuiy* Fi>'s Webb's Lowney's Chocolates
At All Prices
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
'PHONE 87
EYES TESTED SY OPTICIAN.
.  WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for *%$��?. ��*d   B.C.E.W*
THt
JEWELER
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