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INDUSTRIAL 8ITES���25 acres
between two railroads, with Fraeer
Mille line running through the property. Terms for genuine Industrial  proposals.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 242.
$a|>Jen SPLENDID LOTS one block
'lire* new ear Una, en open street)
IjMnlng the city en    tke    west.
WOOh eaey ���^^^^^ 5T
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1911
DEATH RODE ON RAIL
Ten    Persons    Killed    and
Many Injured.
PASSENGER TRAIN WRECKED
Seccnd   Section   Dashes   Into  First���
Vancouver Man Among Those
Seriously Injured.
XMAS DOMINATES     (SHIPS SHELL ENEMY j CHINESE PRESIDENT
���shopping world
Distracting  Display of    Presents    In
Every    Window���Storekeepers
Decorate for Season.
Minneapolis, Dec. 18.���Ton persons were killed and many Injured toda) In a wreck between the llrst and
second sections of the Columbian
Limited, on the Chicago, Milwaukee
& bt. Paul road at Odessa, Minn., according to . a report reaching here.
Tbe Limited was eastbound fiom tho
Paciflc coabt. Near Odessa the second section of the train crashed Into
the lear of the first section. Wreckers
and physicians have been started from
here to the scene.
J. li. Foster, division superintendent of the road, stated that the nam
vtus  running in  two  sections.
The accident occuried a short distant e from the signal tower at
Odessa, 'lhe section had been stopped by the tower man because of a
freight train in the block ahead. The
second section, which closely followed the first, was what is known as a
"silk" train, carrying merchandise.
Railway otflcials attribute tbe accident to the failure of the operator to
Christmas Is not only In tbe air, lt
ls also ln the shop windows, and on
the counter's of the local stores. The
eye, wherever lt turns, ls met with
dainty suggestions for Christmas
presents, and the man behind the
counter Is certainly doing his very
best this year to help out the anxious
buyer, whether male or female, old
or young. A walk along Columbia
street nowadays ls an artistic pleasure, while many well spent moments
can be passed within the doors of
the leading storekeepers of the city.
Pat-sing by the Acme the wandering
glance' Is caught by the many fancy
goods displaced in the windows.
Everything is there that could possibly make a gift, from combination
boxes to handkerchiefs���and back
through a long range 'of carefully
chosen ties. Further on, Pnilllps'
window appears gay with holly and
all tbe trappings of the festive season, and this exterior promise is not
belled by the Interior fulfilment.
Evergreens and maple leaves have
been chosen by Collister to draw the
public's eye to the tine display of
mckwear and gloves, which are
among  his seasonable specialties.
T. H. Smith & Co.. as might be expected, are making a tood show at
this time of year, their goods    bein
Turks   and   Arabs   Sustain
Severe Repulse.
GRAND VIZIER ATTACKED
Republican    Leaders    Find
Their Man.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
REPORT MAY BE
SURPRISE PACKET
set the signals against    the    second   displayed  to advantage by  the    new
_���.i��_    >..i��� --������ *--**��� ����������-*--*-*-- ' gjag8 ghow cases, which have recently
been placed in the store. Especially
attractive is the collection or fine
Irish linen, bought ln Belfast by Mr.
Smith himself. Handkerchiefs, napkins, table cloths and all the dainty
articles that women love, are shown
in this best of all materials, and fe.v
sti tion. 'ihey also believe the biaka-
man of the lirst section failed to ru i
bacK to Hag tlie second section.
1 he rear car of the first section
was telescoped and the car next to
it was badly shattered. The dead
were occupants of the last car, as
were most of the injured.
Odessa is seven miles east of
Ortontille, u junction point on tho
St. Paul road. A relief train from
this loint arrived half an hour after
thc collision.
When the rescue party arrived they
found the rear part of the Columbian
train telescoped, with the silk train
nvd tbe cars piled high   upon   each
Italian  Government  Denies Reported
Turkish Victory at Benghasi���
Arab Fighters Active.
London, Dec. 18.���According to late
dispatches several sharp engagements occuried ut Tripoli on Saturday. The Italian government denies
the reported Turkish vlctoiy at Benghasi. It suys the Turks and Arabs
made a vigorous attack there on December 10, but were lepulsed, Buttering severe losses. A news agency
despatch from Home suys tbe Italian
cruisers shelled the Turks and Arabs
at iloms ou TbuisJay. The latter
were eventually diivcn off by a sortie
of Italian in I ant ry fiom the trenches.
The Arab losses are estimated at
1000 dead or wounded and too prisoners.
An interesting point in connection
with the Turko-ltalian war is the
news tiat the grand vizier introduced
a bill in the chamber of deputies ou
Saturday providing tbat the sultau
might dissolve parliament in time of
war. The opposition deputies assumed that it was the intention of the
government to dissolve the chamber
and conclude peace and tbey hotly
attacked the grand vizier in spite of
his declaration that there was no
present Intention of dissolving, but
that the adoption of the bill waa
necessary in order to assure a strong
government.
Paris, Dec. 18.���The Temps correspondent   with     the    Turks    tele-
DR. SUN TAT SEN NAMED
Peace Possible, But Preliminary Discussions Reveal Points of Friction
Between Combatants.
San Francisco, Dec. 18.���A cable
dispatch received here today leporta
that Dr. Sun Yat Sen haa been elected president of the new Chinese republic by tbe revolutionary convention sitting at Nanking. The dispatch
was lecelved by the Chinese Free
Press, a local Chinese paper. This [
news   apparently   was   confirmed   by
Commission on Taxation Almost Prepared to Submit Recommendations to Government
Victoria, Dec. 18.���The final report
and recommendations of tho commission on taxation will be considered
at a meeting on Friday, and thereafter handed to the government for
presentment at tbe coming session
of the legislature. It comprises 800
pages, and lt ls anticipated that lt
will contain some distinct surprises
In the matter of recommendations.
WELL EARNED REST
Grave City Father* Will Join
Xmas Festivities.
COUNCIL'S BEAVK SESSION
Queensborough  Dykes and Drainage,
Waterfront Leases and Tax
Exemption Dealt with.
Is tho city of Netr Weatmlnster to
clean out the ditches ia Queensborough, or is it not T Tbie was the.
most interesting question  that    ex-
WORKMAN ALMOST 	
CRUSHED TO DEATH erclsed tbe aldermen last night, and
_____ after     considerable    discussion,, in
A city workman came very near be- ^^.^rl?^1!?-^^?^^0^
���ng crushed to death yesterday morn *��� <"" ft* '" ^*^VYm���
.            - ling ln front of Mr. Neville   Smith's �����" **��*>�� *��� T"0"^ni'd?l'
another dispatch early today, coming   residence. A hole haa been dug to the ma,u ^ '.     L     ^.   .t?^f7ii!
from Shanghai giving the names of ��� depth of ten feet or so to   make   a ?*t,ructed��to^ea" *?   *J?_ *}��fit
the  cabinet   ministers  et   the    new  8eW���r      connection      about      three ""* over"��wef J��* J*. "ft^^f
government. Dr. Sun, according to thc   feet to one side   of them.   Suddenly ���a*8' a��d  L, ��"n7��/,w�� . t
reports, received half of   the    votes   a|l the Intervening   earth   collapsed ����>* gate that Anally lets the waUr
cast by Uie delegates of the fourteen   and fe��� lnt0 tlle hole     Luckily    the ouL��f l_t *?' ,n <*"*��,Pt�� ^e.Hver
provinces.    Wong Hing, one of    Dr. ;	
Sun's  supporters,  came next ln  the
list and  was made minister of war.
Wong  is  a  graduate  of  the  foreign
military school in Tokyo.
Tong Far Ling, late   revolutionary
men     heard     the     movement   and Th����� **?�����   c0,uj?c��& """���ft   **
one      cf    the    escar.ed      altogether, P"��* w**���*�������Jw^-it.
while the other backed up into a cor- J"^'0"' tth* TS^SSr  L?m��L    ��
nr,r <n .,,.1, ��� ^�����ni������ tur.. ������i��� ���.��� resented the    flooded    condition   of
ner in such a position that only his d                    ,   ^ ^ SbmnA
legs were   caught.    If   no   warning ��� "J"* * Y.'rr' .L'tt; uJTZ'. xL,���
.    sound had been    heard,    both    men ^J*8 ,^C���b*L* '!.�� i  ��   &E!
governor   of   Hupeh   province,   was   WOuld undoubtedly have been killed. ?l!??!d out. for.four jrear8. or *��'      - 9
more   acceptable   presents   could "be j Sra'.hs f5?n>.AzIza undcr date of **
found than a selection from this con
signment from the Kmerald Isle.
Holly, chrsanthemums aud blood-
red poinsettias mark where Keid <fc
McDonald are doing business. Suspenders and fitted suit case3 ara
among their seasonable sugge3titri3,
while an especial    pttraet'ofl    j3    H-
um-
cember 15 that thousands of well
armed Arabs have been concentrating
there in the last two days. A body
of ncteJ Aiab fighters arrived at
Aziza on that date after a 4S days'
march.
other and wreckage strc-.vn on both  handsome collection  of   wen's
sides    of  the    track.    That    anyon�� j brellas, which make Doth  useful and
escaped is considered miraculous. ornamental  gifts.    Collar  b��&����  and
Digging through    the wreckage the'   such   like   novelties   are   also   Etaown
pffta^d do-wit" hy the car' seats, still \ that the Christmas: shopper, whether
alive, but unable to extricate them- mule or female, encounters iu this
eel', es. ' store   arises   from   the   profusion   of
Work Wus immediately  started    lo j possible purchases    which    are    dis
named minister of the interior.
Tlie Chinese In America were
honored by the appointment of Fun.?
Chi Tau, until recently an editor oi
a Chinese newspaper in San Francisco, as colonial minister. Fung arrived
CHRISTMAS TREE  FOR
HOSPITAL  PATIENTS
Patients at the Hoyal Columbian
_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^nr -- hospital wlll not be without some
at Yokohama yesterday, having sailed Christmas pleasures this year owing
r,��m a���~ ��w���.��� j..-.-- **-. <--* ���   tQ the stet8 t(>    be    ta],en    by    th(j
from San Frnnclscc during the last of
November. He is a graduate of a
Japanese university and editor of
Chinese revolutionary pacer both at
Yokohama and Hong Kong.
Dr. Sun, who is credited with having personally done more than any
otber man to bring about the present
revolution,  was forced  to  flee   from
women's auxiliary. At a we.l attended meeting held yesterday afternoon,
with the president. Mlss Wright,    in
the chair, lt was decided to give    a .    ,.     ,    ^  ., .   iv -��� ...   - ,���_r
Christmas tree entertainment to the J�� tU.e land throasta-t** dikes from
patients    on    Saturday    night.    The tni,    er\,      ���    ��� . ������
auxiliary has already  bought a num-      Tbe motI^ Cnfl y ��"sedf ���? mad*
ber of presents, but as many addition- as an amendment to one of AlJerman
cleaned out they would carry tbo
water into the main canal, they claimed, but that drain could- not deliver
tbe water into tbe river during tba
hours available between tides thi ough
the "toy floodgate" at present provided. Moreover, during the summer
months, when the river outside the
dykes was so high that no outdo w by
tbe gate was possible, it would be
necessary to have a pump installed
to get rid of the water tbat seeped on
        ---���      ww   w,   pvnw^i   irui US   mall*    (tilUlUUN-      r   . , "rVfe"""--^"X   "V" AJ
China about fifteen years ago    Since nl gifts as possible presented by other   i0.���:0**'.. w",c?   *.*. .bnse(1.
then It has been reported among tke	
Chinese In various parts of the world,
though the fact was never publicly
advertised, that the Imperial government ha3 l:ept a price of about $75,-
000 In gold on Dr. Sun's head, dead ��� ,���v���   ���..,  ���..,.., ���
or alive, and numerous attempts hav.3   the first ot the year
Uw aud��  to kidnap    tsim.      Tysiss.'	
SIKHS WILL MAKE
a strap as    Tr*. utataf* V^*^SW, ** ���<h^ ��� JSlBbdWOBTSRSl^Mat \
APPFM    Ttl KlNRi11^  ��ucc*��d����  In  taking htm bick \
HlTUU.    IU HU"! I to bhtua    One of these attempts wm '
ladies will be most gratefully accept- bioader lutes and would have given
ed.   A concert will also be given. ,he engineer power to take any im>
The   visiting-   members    for    the lo�� n"ce"8��ry t0 8'^,!relI,et t0   ,thf
month of January were chosen,   and ands flooded now wittu water, includ-
Mrs.  S. J.  Pearce   and    Mrs.  A.  H. ?* the ,Mta"at.^B of a i11"1^ .bet��,re
Ferguson will take up thc duties on tll�� *��**�����* �� ��>������ was found to   be
telWft- them. The emergency wreck
train ai rived and cranes were useil
to take, off some of the cars. This
facilitated the work of reaching the
victims.
Two persons wero found    between
olayed.     	
An exceptionally attractive line of
fancy satchetB is to be found at WU
Ham Hunter's, while baud bags, an 1
fancy ties are there of every rnuue
and    description.,   J.  ti.  Brown    bas
by
the crashed sashes of windows in tho ' also made a specialty of ties, and he
sleejer attached to the train at . is showing a unique collection im-
Aberde.n bound for St. Paul. They 1 ported straight from New York,
were killed trying to jump.    Another | which,   for  width  of range  and    ox-
oni: was found crushed under a wedg<j
of rents that had been toppled into
tbe aisle. Not two feet from it a
woman was found In almost thc Sams
position. When extricated she did
not bear a mark, and the only Injury
she suffered  was  from fright.
l'he seriously injured were taken
to a hospital at Ortonville, Minn.
Among the dead are Mrs. J. M.
Richards, wife of the superintendent
of the Missouri Slope division of the
St. Paul road, and their daughter.
Tlieir home is at Mobrtdge, S. D., and
Mrs. C. W. Barber, Perry, Mont. Tho
conductor of the diner also ls reported dead. Amoug those seriously
injured are: W. H. Peny, Vancouver,
B.C. head, arms and shoulder; E. I.
Leblanc, Scattie, back; Ralph D.
Brown, Levy, Mont., back, and Dr.
Sherman, Levy, Mont., back.
Otheis injured Include Mrs. F. J.
Mather, Butte, Mont., bruised; Mrs.
Addle Deutcb, Hutle, Mont., anxle
broken; Mlraldus Pierce, Seattle,
Wash., back Injured, and J. Kevier,
Three Forks, Mont., bruised.
Mis. K. Lehman, Seattle, back injured; Mrs. Kevier, Three Forks,
Mont., slightly Injured; Dr. H. Hei
man, Levy. Mont, back Injured.
Taken to Minneapolie.
St. Paul, Dec. 18.���Persons Injured
In tbe wreck at Odessa, Minn,, 100
miles west of St." Paul, today are be-1
ing taken to Minneapolis ln a special
train. Physicians from Montevideo,
Appleton, Mlllbank, 8. D��� and otber
towns along tbe route were picked up
by a special train and hurried to the
scene. A wrecker was sent out of
Minneapolis. Details of the wreck,
which occurred at 4:50 o'clock, are
meagre. Such as have been received,
however, by officials ln the Twin
Cities indicate that it occurred because of failure ot tbe operator to
"block" tbe train. Tne regular first
section was In the lead. It waa proceeding slowly wben the second section crashed into the tall end of tbe
Columbian. Tbe second section, it ts
said, was proceeding at high speed. A
sleeping car and the dining car of
the Columbian were twisted, and
those asleep were caught In the
wreckage.
Mr. W. H. Perry, wbo wae Injured
in tbe wreck, lives at 716 Tenth
avenue east, Vancouver, and' Is ana
of the proprietors of the Western.]
Sheet Metal works In the neighboring
city. He left on Friday on a business
trip to New Vork. He has been resi
dent ln Vancouver for tour years.
Minneapolis, Dec. 18.���Carelessness
on tlie part of two operators and a
flagman caused the wreck on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul rail-
clusiveness of design, can flnd no
rival. The decoration of this store
Is exceptionally elaborate, the windows being tilled with floral decorations, and pictures illustrative of tbe
humors of Yuletide, while inside a
most artistic arch of handkerchiefs
draws attention to one of the most
pleasing presents that could -be Purchased. Some new things in ladles'
blouses are also a particular boast of
this store, and the usual novelties
are to be found in abundance.
ONE RECORD NOT
TO BE COVETED
Average of Fatalities Among Hunters
in British Columbia Highest
on Whole Continent.
Victoria, Dec. 18.���The number of
deer killed throughout British Columbia ln tbe past season was unusually
large, tbe supply being abundant.
Tho record of serious accidents resulting from carelessness of misadventure ln tbe hunting field ia correspondingly heavy, reaching tbe high
total of thirteen deaths.
Tbis is said to constitute a record
average for the entire continent
COURT OF REVISION 8AT
ON   RE8URVEY OF CITV
Dissatisfied  with  Answer  Given
Minister of  Interior, Will Ask
Royal Intervention.
Toronto, Dec. 18.���The Sikhs who
petitioned the Uoaiinion government.
to be allowed the same privileges under the Canadian immigration laws
as other British subjects, are understood to be dissatisfied wltb the answer given them by the minister of
the interior. It is said they will appeal directly to His Majesty King
George asking royal intervention on
their behalf, and will also communicate with the British government.
Dr. Sunda Singh bas just returned
from Ottawa and la putting himself
in cable communication with India
with a view to having his people wait
upon His Majesty, while the latter ls
ln India. The delegations claim to
have the promise ot Queen Victoria
and King Edward VII that all rlgnu
would be accorded tbe Hindu as British  subjects throughout the  Eiupiie.
"We are Biitish subjects," said Dr.
Sunda Singh, "and we seek only from
the Canadian government the same
treatment which is accorded to Doukhobors and other foreign immigrants.
"Vve would not affect the Canadian
labor market," said he.- "Our people
ar<\ farmers and would not compete
with the Canadian laborer. We would
till the soil and aid in developing the
country, ln India, Canadians share
in the glory of British subjects. Wo
have Canadian ministers and missionaries, Canadian civil servants urtd
Canadian tiadera. We are prepared to
cooperate with tlie Canadian government as to undesirables, and wiil give
bonds to the Immigration authorities
tbat no Hindus shall become a public
charge."
Di. ounda Singh expressed the hope
tbat his Majesty would intervene on
behalf of his people, "lt would do
much to quia tbe unrest in India."
be said.
' 11 :
READY-MADE   RANCH E8.
_StempU
in London, anil Dr. Sun whs saved
only by the inteiference of the British government.
It is known that Dr. Sun in the last
few years paid several secret viBits to
his revolutionary co-workers in Chini
under heavy disguise. Once he
sliced    into China   made up as    a
Dante's lntvrao lux aeoe teet ot mm �������?���
will be tl*a special production at the **^ "
Crystal theatre Tills weelr.   From all
this  wonderful
descriptions this wohderrui produc
tion is a surpassing exhibition of cinematographic skill. Tbe most famous
actors and actresses of Italy wero
gathered together at the enormous
cost of 1100,000 to play before ths
camera, and some of the most elabor-
coolie.    On   another  visit  he  repre-' ate machinery ever Invented in consented himself as a Japanese laborer, 'nection vith a moving'pLlure display
Through the visits Dr. Sun kept
closely ln touch with tbe progress ol'
the revolutionary movement, and aided in the councils of the party.
TALK OE BRITISH
PLOT WAS NONSENSE
Plans of Wilhemshaven and Contents
of Secret Code Book Unknown
to Admiralty.
was used to produce the superhumaa
effects, which abound throughout this
amazing trip of Dante through the
Inferno imagined by the greatest of
Italian poets in a century long gone
hy. Based on Bore's illustrations
these pictures are artistic in the very
highest sense. Colossal figures move
statelily through tbe mazes of purgatory, and at one time a rain of   fire
���ery URV    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
their district during tne 'jpKst year.
He found  a  seconder    in  Alderman
Bryson,   who,  though,   perhaps,    not
ready to go quite ro far in the matter of the pump, strongly advocated
the immediate cleaning of the ditches,
and the building of an enlarged floodgate.    Alderman Dodd's unienJm^nt,
howe\er, as committing the  council
to less expenee, carried the day.
Cemetery Purchase.
An impoit.nt recommendation wa&*
brought in by a special    committee,
which had teen given power to act -
with regard  ta  the  purchase    of    a
cemetery.    The council was advised
by tbls body to purchase a flve acre >
plot at the northeast corner of Cumberland  and  Richmond    streets    for
descends across the  film  in  terrlbla   cemetery purposes at a cost of 12600 -
magnificence undreamed of by those per acre.   It was pointed,   out   that.:
who have never been granted the
opportunity of seeing this wonderful
production.
These pictures come to New Westminster from Victoria, where they are
said to   have   been   exhibited   with
this money would all  cenae back lathe city in time by the sale of   the-
land, as had been the case with the.
Odd Fellows' burying ground.
Y. M. C. A. Tax Exemption.
For a second time the question of
great success, similar to that whicu' exempting the Y. M. C. A. building
has attended their display everywhere from taxation and water and light
In Europe and the east. Tbe show charges came up before the council,
Berlin, Dec. 18.���The alleged dis-! w'H start on Wednesday evening ae this Ume as a result of a letter ot
covery of a British plot to blow up fi:3�� with a special view open to the protest received from tbe Trades aad
the naval harbor at Wilhelmshaven, clergy, civic authorities and newa | Labor council against such a step,
published in the Rhenish Westphalian | papermen of this city. Immediately , Alderman Campbell immediately rose <
Gazette, is regarded in official circles *fter this tho public will be admitted, to put himself on record as heartily
ln the light of newspaper nonsense. Ian(i the show will run all that even-  in   favor   of the   exemption,   aa he
While the Essen newspaper's story
ls not denied, it is considered the
product of the prevailing espionage
maintained In Germany and Britain
Espionage certainly existed, but it
took less fantastical forms than that
related ln the Gazette.
A court ot revision on the resur-
vey of the city ot Westminster was
held yesterday. Mr. H. L. Edmonds
was appointed by tbe acting attorney
general to bold tbe court, while Mr.
George A. Martin and City Engineer
Blackman represented the city, and
Messrs. A. A. Cleveland and D. S.
MacDermot, surveyors, were also in
attendance. No serious complaints
were made, but many citizens wero
present to nuke minor objections.
Some of these were dealt with at
onoe, while others were adjourned
for a week to allow of inquiries being
made.
way at Odessa in which ten
lives -rert* fol-'t nnd a large numbe*
Injured including W. H. Perry, of
Vancouver V, C, when tho silk train
crashed Into the Columbian fast pas
senger, according to aa official stats-
mont made tonight
To Bs Sold in Kootenay Valley **
British  Settlers.
Nelson, Dec. 18.���Tie sale ls announced of 300 acres ot land in the
tobacco plains on the Kootenay river,
near the International boundary, to
the. British Columbia Farms Association, which will develop the land and
sell "ready-made" ranches to new Bottlers from the British Isles.
The company has a capitalization
of 1186,000 sad lt will clear, cultivate
and plant land with thei beet varieties
of fruit trees and sell to British fruit-
growers. Mr. O. B. Appleton, a well-
known Prooetw rancher, has undertaken the development of tho land.
An Irrigation system, a clubhouse tor
ranchers, and modern furnished bungalows are Included in the scheme.
Among the directors of the company Is Mr. James MduchleY BUfour.
brother of the former leader of the
Srltish opposition.
CONSIGNMENT OF LADIES'
UNDERWEAR WAS FROZEN
A consignment of ladles' underwear
was wbat Messrs. T. H. Smith ft Co.
were expecting from tho east on Saturday night, but what they received
was a solid block of Ice. Tke delicate
substances had, in fact, undergone
some rough treatment on the passage,
as the consignment had been wrecked la Lake Superior and thea frozen
solid on the way from Winnipeg. Consequently the articles had to be
strung up ln ths basement and
thawed out one by one, before It
could be reduced to a semblance of
what it really was. The C. P. R. hae
compensated the consignees for the
damage done to the goods, which
will be sold oS at a special sale to
be beld shortly.
* ���
Enjoyable Entertainment,
A most successful banquet and
social evening waa held lately by the
Queens Avenue Methodist nhurch.
Over 100 members ot the conrrega-
tloa wer* present -and speeches
were delivered hy several local ministers, including Rev. C. W. Brown.
Orchestral selections were also play
ing and  the afternoon anl evening
of the day following.
Engineer May Die.
Vancouver,      Dec.      18.���Engineer
Reed, of the steamer City ot Puebla,
claimed that the association existed*
for the benefit of tbe young men of
the city, and was well worthy of their
support ln this matter ot exemption
from taxation. Alderman Johnston.
_^_^___^___^__^___^___^__^__Jthen did the same for himself, and
was badly scalded when the cylinder; pointed out that   tbe   plebiscite   of
��� J    ��-, a        9*   1.   feA�����_.*Jl   *^.   ..lit   ' ^���A~:,     ���        _        ., ^._W. . ,.'
head blew out
die.
ft is believed he will
1909'taken on the subject waa almost,
unanimously ln favor of sucb action..
It was tbeir part to carry out   tho.
wishes ot the people,
the attitude   of th��   Trades
Burnsby News.
Edmonds, Dec. 19.���Delegates were
chose* by the ratepayers ��t. ward | ubo, co^cll was eafclaiaM by AU
two last night to represent that ward dennan Dodd, who, while agreetnc
at a convention of all tha ward asso- that u,, Y. M. c. ^ jrobably existed!
ctatlons to be held lta the municipal f for the "uplift of humanity," stated
hall on Thursday of this week. Those'that he believed the council had felt
cboeen were Messrs. B. O. Walker. P.
B. Brown, C. R. Gordon, F. M. Brltton
and W. S. Rose.
PRESIDENT TAFT
MAKES ADROIT MOVE
Russian Ambassador Notifies Russian
Foreign Minister ef Abrogation
���      of Treaty.
St Petersburg, Dee. 18.���The
American ambassador, acting under
Instructions from President Taft today, notified the Russian foreign min
ed, and Miss Cave-Brownc-<Seve rave {Ister that the treaty of 18S2 between
a left-hand study, which was much the two countries would be abrogated
appreciated.   Some vocal pieces were on January 1, 1913.
that this association was no different
from many others, ani tbat lf ono
was exempted all the others should,
be likewise. It waa unfair discrimination to let the Y. M. c. A. off alone.
They were not antagonistic, he said,,
to the T. M. C. A. Itself. On AWeiv-
man Johnston's questioning him as tw
wbat they were to do in face of the
unanimous plebiscite, ha said he bet
lieved that If the Trades and Labor
council had known of this they, weald.
have accepted the decision ot the people, by which they were always-
ready to abide.
The mayor here pointed out!- that -
tho council could take no action total Wt* jHwvineial government Jm&.'.
altered the Municipal    Clauses   act,.
and other business was brought-tip. .
Improving Agnec Strtet
The ratepayers of Agnes street asa*
planning to get totrethor to dkousa
ihe Improvtitiu nt ot mat .^tripet; am!'
f to form an association   f their own.
- ���*  ��� [For this panose 'Uaum*tt^"r.^*WaW''
also riven, and the company aeneral-1   llie proeident toot this coirte be- f sad J. C. t��dr roiuasted the cms-
ly had no cause to comrlsin of   th��'for�� the aerate hit* t|m# to act,   _\*
OscolleBt tatwtalnmeat molded. '   *��� ***** t* avoid ���feast'
a
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1ft, 1��11.
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WANTED���JOB AS CARPENTER
foreman.    1108  Eighth avenue.
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WANTED���I HAVE CUHNTS POR
booses and vacant property ln Sapperton. Kindly send me your 11st-
tasa. Geo. E. Fleming. Room ���, S10
Columbia street
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS te
know that I am now operating tbe
only pasteurised bottled milk plant
In the city and will deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or district Milk,
* quarts for $1.00; cream, SOc a
pint. Phone your order to R873
or write Glen Tana Dairy. Queens-
Lulu Island.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Apply J. S. McKinley, E4monda.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
Bast.
TEACHERS  WANTED.
First   assistant   for   Lord   Kelvin
school, gentleman preferred.
Two   teachers   for Queensborough
���chool.
One teacher for Sapperton Bchool.
State qualifications and salary required.
Applications must reach Secretary's
office by noon of 22nd Inat
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster.
SAVED   TO   THE   NATION.
Lord Plymouth te Ralee Fund te Preserve Crystal   Pflaee.
London, Dee. IS.���The Cryetal
Palace, that pride of tbe British
merrymaker,, haa been "saved to the
nation," at least the prospect ls that
it will be preserved for future nee Instead ot being sold to a land syndicate. The Earl of Plymouth haa undertaken to raise money to take over
the enormous structure, and haa paid
a deposit of $100,000 out ot his own
pocket Lord Plymouth stepped In
with his money Just ln tbe nick of
time, for the effort to obtain the
$100,'000 required by tbe courts to
ensure an Intention to purchase had
not been successful. Of the amount
required only $55,000 had been obtained or promised by subscribers.
Ten days after the contributions had
reached that sum the ex'-Lord Mayor,
Sir Verzy Strong, whose team was
about to expire, appealed to the Earl
of Plymouth, who offered to pay the
entire deficit and sign a contract making himself solely responsible for the
completion of the purchase.
"My Intention," aald Lord Plymouth In an explanation of his part
in the transaction, "ls to hold the
Crystal Palace for a reasonable period ln order to give time for tbe
ncessary sum to be raised to relieve
me of any responsibility, so that lt
may be secured to the use of the publlc under a scheme to be determined
by the subscribers. If, however, it is
found Impossible to raise sufficient
money for this purpose I shall, of
course, feel myself at liberty to deal
with the property ln such manner and
under such conditions as will enable
me t realize its full value. The actual purchase money payable to the
vendors under the contract I have
signed ls ��210.000. This, of course,
does not include the amount payable
in respect of tbe buildings and Improvements erected and provided during the last year, and which were not
the property of the company vendors."
The Crystal Palace has not been a
paying institution. The exhibitions, |
kennel shows and other affairs, which
required large space were not of suf-
flclenctly frequent occurrence, and
besides, and more important, the
transportation facilities to and from
the palace were not adequate to handle the great crowds whose patronage was necessary. People took to
going to the rival exhibition ground
at Earl's Court, with its tube railway
and omnibus facilities, and the Crystal Palace suffered in consequence.
So the Crystal Palace went into
bankruptcy and the sale of the property had been ordered.
CHANGES   IN   FLOWERS.
Many of tha Meet Beautiful Are Modern Productions.
It ls a truly aatonlahlng thing to
reflect that Shakespeare, for. all hla
love of Cowers, would have been able
to name scarcely a single bloom in a
twentieth oentury garden, aaya the
Strand. He would hardly have been
able to distinguish the queen of flowers Itself, so greatly haa the rose
changed ln the last three centuries.
As for the begonias, the chrysanthemums, the dahlias, the geraniums, the
fuchsias and carnations, these were
unknown even to our greatgrandfathers. Many of our most beautiful
flowers are purely modern productions.
Three centuries ago there were no
flower gardens In England. What
were then thought of as gardens were
herbaria, places where rosemary,
mint, rue, thyme and sa&te grew, and
perhaps a few primitive blooms, such
as violets and primroses, were suffered to exist, much aa poppies and
cornflowers do today.
Many well-known planta have been
developed from specimens discovered
in various parts of the world, and
there is no doubt that a number of
charming novelties are still lurking
undiscovered ln remote spots. The
chances of valuable finds are, however, becoming unfortunately less
every year. A small army of collectors Is always at work In every corner of the world searching for new
treasures to enrich our floral store.
I From South America came many
' years ago the recently unfashionable
fuchsia; from the hills of Northern
India and Thibet have been brought
many useful varieties; from China we
have had among other things many
new primulas; Japan has yielded
wonderful irises; Africa many varied
plants, usually of most brilliant and
gorgeous coloring; while numerous
charming members of the narcissus
family have been discovered in the
Pyrenees.
But this cannot continue indefinitely, and even in the realms of orchids,
for which perhaps the most systematic search of all is made, there Is not
much left to be explored. For our
future novelties we shall have to rely
then chiefly on the skill of our hybridists, who are constantly engaged In
mating the different species of the
same family of plants, and our cross
fertilizers, who are doing similar
work with different varieties of the
same species. The flowers of today
are the result of cross breeding, stimulated by electricity, drugs and hot
water baths.
PRESENT   FOR   THE  DUKE.
3��0-Werd  Prayer Inecrlbed on Grain
i ef Wheat
Ottawa, Dap. 18.���This Duke ot Connaught will before long receive at
Government House a unique gift In
the form ot a 390-word prayer Inscribed on a grafn of wheat Tbe
work is being done by Mr. Aaron
Klrschlleff, ^who lives nearVtEdmon-
ton( Alberta.      mM
A special from there to the Journal says:
"Among many other wonders
which the Peace River country ls destined to produce ln the wheat line,
according to Bert Hendley, a homesteader from that country, Is a chai
lenge for the peculiar championship
claimed by Bauch Mordecal, son of
Zeebi Hirsch Schelnemann, ot Jerusalem. The would-be champion is
Aaron Klrschlleff. He haa selected a
particularly large, perfect grain of
wheat and ls engaged, during hls
spare winter /evenings, In Inscribing
upon lt, In letters so small that only
a powerful microscope could make lt
readable prayer for the Duke of
Connaught. Klrschlleff expects to
complete his task this winter and will
then forward the odd little token of
loyalty to Rideau Hall.
"The only other known Instance of
such difficult and painstaking work
ls that of the champion prayer of 380
Hebrew letters upon a grain of wheat
for Sir Moses Monteflore. Sir Moses
kept the prayer untll hts death and
lt ls now in the possession of one of
his friends. Klrschlleff intends to Inscribe 390 letters on his grain of
Peace River wheat.
I Varden No. 19, Sons ot Norway,
I meet ln Eagles hall the flrst and
| third Wednesdays of each month at
j 8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
I A. KROGSETH,
President.
1 J. J. ATJNE,
I Financial Secretary.
I
T is a real pleasure to have you
call,   even  though  jrou  come  only out of
curiosity.
'���ftr*
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change your curiotity to Interest, ty  appealing to
your iclf-lotcrcst
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Mann for only $185 an acre. Easy
terms. Aoply Fleming, 310 Columbia
street. Sapperton:
POR SALE���MALLEABLE RANGES.
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avenue, having a southwest view
facing the river and gulf. Lots
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Phone L179, or call 130S Eighth
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IS THE TIME TO THINK OF A
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Public  Meeting.
At the request of a number of
ratepayers, by a petition presented
I hereby call a public meeting to ba
held at the City Mall on Tuesday,
the l!>th Inst., at 8 p.m., for the dH-
cusslon of municipal matters of interest to tho citizens generally.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
December 14, 1011.
a >
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WVJ^t      PAOI THRU
AWAKENING   ASIA.
Harold Begble's Impressions of India
Gained Through Fakir Singh.
Mr. Harold Begble's new book,
"Other Sheep." ls a companion volume to "Btoken Earthenware," and
ls the fruit of a visit to India.
"Awakening Asia is the new planet
ln tbe political skies. And the supreme political question for civilization Is whether she wakes to the'
moral restraints and sanctifying respects of the Christian religion or to
logical nihilism of an honest materialism. Awakening Asia will either
rise up ln tbe faith ot Christianity or
ln the no-faith of a truculent materialism."
Fakir   Singh.
This book is the outcome of what
Mr. Begbie saw and heard. He traveled through India with Fakir Singh.
"No one," says Mr. Begbie, "is better acquainted with the mind and soul
of India; no one has ever penetrated
further Into the holy of holies of
her Immemorial solitude and seclusion, no one can pretend to a knowledge anything like so Intimate and
sympathetic of her Inner life, her
human heart, her troubled soul."
Fakir Singh ls an Anglo-Indian official, who, leaving his desk, went
"wandering into the villages and
homes of tbe people, sitting under
their trees wltb them, sharing their
simple food, speaking their languages
like one of themselves."
Mr. Begbie had also long, talks with
such men as Sir George Clarke, Sir
John Hewitt, and Sir Louis Dane.
And all tbe while his observant eyes
were taking ln the rich color of India, and were fascinated by the endless Interest ln each face he met. So
throughout the book we get flne pen-
pictures which bring to the minds of
mea and women and places which
make up India, and which make Mr.
Begble's book so readable. >
A Laundry of Souls.
Benares ls described as "Tbe Laundry of Souls." It stands on "a sweeping curve of the river Ganges.'        j
"The wide and splendid stairs leading down to the river's edge are
thionged with thousas]U of pilgrims
dressed In all the gorgeous colors of
the sun. The carved and glittering
balconies shine with a raiment so resplendent that one imagines a king t��
be loged ln every house���old white-
haired men, middle-aged men, mere
striplings and little boys���they are
waist deep In Mother Ganges, seeking
communion with the powers of thc
universe and a lifting of the burden
of their conscious wrong." ,
The  Position  In  India.
We now turn to Mr. Begble's analysis of what Christianity has achieved in India���the Issue of the book
which will  be most discussed.
hero is Mr. Begble's summary of
the religious outlook In India: i
"Leacve out of count for the present the wonderful and moving cou-
veisions of Christianity among the
humble and meek, the poor and the
lowly, theunhappy and theautcast���
the conversions which should Inspire
the courage of Christendom and lead
to a fresh enthusiasm for the religion ot Jesus; leave these conversions
out of count for tho present, and the
rosltlon Is a revivified Hinduism, a
new activity in religious thought, and
a Brahminism rouser and oppugnant."
Why Asia  Rejects Christianity.
"Why is it the darkness of Asia
withstands and repels the Light of
the World?" asks Mr. Begbie.
'Christianity is rejected by Brah-
mlnlsm not as the noblest thesis of
Optimism, but as an inferior thesis
of Herisimism." he replies. "Brahminism considers, and justly, that Its
own ancient philosophy of Pessimism
is superior to clericalisms' modern
philosophy of Pessimism, lt has no
knowledge of Christianity as the gospel of Optimism. It rejects not the
Heaven-Father of Jesus, but the hostile God of the rrlest who must be
prot mated and conciliated. It rejects not the love of God, who asks
only for tho love of his children, but
the capricious arbitrariness of a God
Who has made tbe Immense hazards
of heaven and bell to turn upon Intellectual assent to a set of theological dogmas.
"llie answer to our question, why
does the darkness of Asia withstand
and repel the Light of the World, ls
another question. Does Christianity,
in Europe or in Asia, represent Jesus
as the Light of the World? Is U a
religion of joy or" a religion of sorrow?'" |
Christianity  of  Cy.lmlsm.
Christianity, had It come with good
news of Optimism had it been a united and happy Christianity, not a discordant, quarrelling and melancholy
Christianity, might now be able tu
declare an extraordinary triumph; for
it came, remember, to a people weary
wltb pessismism, restless with ignorance, and degraded by oppression. It
came, too, under tbe protection of a
government, which had opene.1 the
barred doors of Asian isolation to tbo
stirring music of European liberty
and the vigorous light ot European
knowledge. _      ,  ****������       \
The untouched classes found themselves protected trom tryanny, tho
peasant found his surly flelds mysteriously watered and abundantly fertilized by tbo science of the Sahib,
the pilgrim found himself bo; ne swiftly ani wonderfully to Benares by the
magic of tbe white man's steam-engine, the poorest and humblest slave
of all those wonderful millions knew
that lf any robbed or Injured him the
Sahib would execute justice; and,
above all, the young man .found a
new world opening to his eyes In the
book in which the great white Mother
taught him how to read.
With Its message of liberation, to a
people seeking Liberation as the one
object of existence; with Its gift of
joy to a people all but dehumanised
by melancholy; with Its assurance of
life, and life more abundantly, to a
people wearing out exis.ence In a
quest after death���vrhat might not
Christianity fca e done for the soul
of India awakening trim Us sleep of
age./: But Christianity came as a
Priest, and encountered a priest. It
came as pessimism and encountered
a pessimism.    It stood at an altar,
and an altar withstood it
England's greater obstacle to an
understanding with Muhamadan people throughout the entire East ls the
ceremonialism of Christianity, regarded by all Mussulmans as blasphemous Idolatry."
Mr. Begbie says of the victories
which Christianity has won:
Revolution  in   Indian  Thought.
"I flnd that every man   ln a high
and responsible position���Mn  a posi-
��� tlon which enables him to survey the
whole various fleld of Indian life as
lt ls manifesting itself over his own
province,  holds  tbe opinion  that   a
revolution of a most significant character ls now taking place   in India
thought,   and  this   revolution  is   tbe
work   of   Christianity.      There   are
I those   who  think   that  thla  revolu-
! tlon   is   the   work    of   Christianity.
j There are those who think that this
revolution   ls   all for   the   good of
) India,  others   who   regard   it   with
mlsglvng."
I      Christianity and Social  Ethics.
Christianity,   helped   by   education
I an  dthe presence   of a government
1 more democratic and  moje socialistic than any government in Europe,
bas succeeded ln that very direction
, wbere   Bbuddlsm   failed,  and  where
i modern Hinduism seemed to be least
| vulnerable.       Christianity bas  given
India th sense of human brotherhood
and the Idea of social ethics.     The
I immemorial theory of caste   ls definitely challenged, the  Brahmin's contempt for the poor ls now regarded
; with new eyes, and genuine shame Is
' felt for Hinduism's neglect of ignorance and Its Indifference to suffering.
The   collision   of    Christianity    find
1 Brahminism bas resulted thus far ln
a new birth of Hinduism, but not a
new birth unto Christ.
Mr. Begbie   pays high    tribute   to
' the  work  of the Salvation Army  ln
! India under Fakir Singh, with whom
he  traveled  throughout  India.
1    "Such a man as Fakir Singh, and
| many    more    humble    Salvationists
gathered  to  India from  all  parts of
! Europe,   while  they   make  no   criticism whatever on the misslonlonaries
and  level   no attack   at all  against
Hlnduslm, force upon the native mind
by  the simplicity  of their lives and
the beauty of teaching a notion of
Christianity which sets It high above
the tragedy of Hinduism.
"If," says Mr. Begbie. "I have
formed a correct opinion, the secret'
of the success of the Salvation Army
in India Is the same in America.
Kngland, and most of the other
countries where it has organised lt-
I self���to wit. tremndous earnestness
carried forward on a tide of sweeping enthusiasm inspired by unques-.
tioning faith in the Bible and unfail-"
Ing love for humanity."
PAPER-MAKING JAPANESE.
Kingdom's Greatest Industry Next to
Cotton   Spinning.
Next to cotton spinning, the pro-
due tion cf paper is Japan's greatest
Industry. Centuries before Occidental peoples learned to manufacture
paper from rags It w���� b��l��tr mado
in China from actual fibres. Prom
China this art was carried to . En-
rope through central Asia by the
Arabs.
Egyptians are considered to have
been the first papermakers, says Consular and Trade Reports, but their
papyrus was not real paper, but
merely the peeled bark of reeds growing on the banks of the Nile. The
material for making paper first employed   by  the  Chinese  was  the  so-
called  paper  mulberry  bush,   which
is known as kozu in Japan.
j    The value of the annual production
of Japanese machine equipped mills
j is about $7,500,000, and tbat   of the
' the hand mills reaches f 9,000,000.   In
11909 there were 27 factories with 182
machines for the production of "European" paper in operation in Japan,
and these had a  total of 6,486   employes.   Tbe quantity of European paper produced by these mills in 1909
amounted  to  lz3,9<4  short  tons.
Wonderful   Increase.
As a result of the erection at Tom-
akomui, on Hokusku Island, of a
newspaper factory whose dally output
is 65 tons, the amount of machine-
made paper bas recently shown a ie-
markable increase. An American was
engaged to superintend the election
and starting of the machines in this
mill. His success induced the company to engage him further in reorganizing other mills which lt owns
in Central Japan.
Although native paper has beeu
made from ancient times, lt was not
until 1872 tbat the manufacture of
European paper was commenced, ln
tbat year the Ojl paper mill was established, which uses rice straw, rags
and waste paper. After the Salgo
rebellion ln 1877 a great demand was
created for European paper by the
rapid adoption of printing ln Japan.
Printing paper ls the most important kind manufactured, and its total
annual value ls $3,202,000. Tbe next
in importance is cardboard, wltb a
total value ot $605,000. Whereas native paper is manufactured maluiy
with hand machines in rural districts affording an abundant supply o.
pulp, European paper Is manufactured
ln large cities like Tokio, Osaka and
Kobe.
Hand-Made Psper.
Hand-made paper ls produced prln- j
cipally by farmers as a secondary occupation which they can pursue ln
seasons when there ls nothing to be
done in the flelds. There are no less
than 60,000 families engaged in this
Industry. Japan bas been quick in
utilizing to the utmost its assets in
bringing the manufacture of handmade paper to a high modern standard. In the districts where this
paper is made there are experiment
bureaus equipped with up-to-date Instruments and apparatus for testing
and selecting-, the various kinds of
raw material not only for Indigenous
Japanese plant, but also imported
fibres.
Co-operation ls the secret of the
success of the hand-made paper industry. In every manufacturing district there are guilds which supply
the farmers with raw material :md
tind markets for their product. Experiments have proved that imported
wood fibre may be substituted without detriment in certain kinds of paper for the high-priced native lbres.
Tbe United States is not a large exporter of paper pulp to Japan. The
value of American shipments of
pulp to the Empire in 1910 was only
$50,000. This consisted malnlv of
bleached poplar soda. Bwodw I���i*m
In th* mO* of pulp to Japan. 'Wm
A patriotic British teacher at
Chengtu, we are told, was pointing
out with pride to his geography class
the many red colored possessions of
Great Britain, when he was stopped
by shouts of "You stole them" from
his class. In the propaganda of the
revolutionary rarty, too. a poster depicting the swi!Mowing of Egypt by
Great Britain has played a prominent
part.
FURNITURE - DRY GOODS
LEES LIMITED
rotlRTUIE - DRY GOODS
MAKE  SELECTIONS EARLY
FOR YOUR
Den Presents
We can fill orders now, but by Saturday
night (at the rate merchandize is going
out) we think the stock - is going to be
well broken.
New Parlor Suites, New Parlor Chairs, New Settees
Go in Stock This Week Right Fresh from the Factory
LEES LIMITED
Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty
'We Furnish Your Horn? Complete''        674-678 Columbia St., New Westminster
awspMSBssaiasii
m^^^mr^*l^
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Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades, of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
 No. 2 Comrqon Boards and Dimension.	
Now is the time to build for^sale or rent while prices are low
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUSXdigsdeep aftergerms
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap neecS muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- v i /
portions to cleanse ^^"'/Ar*
easily vigorously, ,^ A '��$��
and without harm to.""
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DtJST , Tying do
your work."    j^H	
Made by THE N. K. >AIRBANfc CtfMPAti*
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval eke.
Important to Grocers and Consumers I
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COCOA
and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada.    Made   by   a   perfect  mechanical
process, they'are unequaled for delicacy of
&��$&       flavor and food value.
The New Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of ther
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Mills at 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
ROSIN HID FUI
Large, liRht, deliriously flavored
loaves-ffiorcjoam and a^re quaflft
to the sack than from any otber flour.
JFW
 any i
The housewife who
ROBIN HOQD Hour'
knows thia, nd will
no other.
A moqcv-bacij
in every sack.
ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR
Mam m-trnkm-um
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PAGE FOUR
THE DAILY NEW*
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911.
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Street*.
���a. Loekle Brown Manager |
Teacher appears real aad living on
NCWS   that day of all days.
What matter that the day does not
really commemorate an event ln the
life ot the Master, .that Christ was
ly News PubUah-   not bom hi a manger on Christina*
|lt0ir��t their offices,; oay? The Master can appear io tlie
McKenxle   and   Victoria   worghiper in whatever form  is prepared Tor Him���as babe, as teacher,
or dying on the cross.   Tbe day, the
form,   the  festival,   these   are   the
shadow; tbe Master ls the substance.
Sufficient is it for Him that those that
love Him give Him a wider channel
i that day through which to send His
! love and inspiration. Would that they
| gave Him that channel every day!
And yet, when a great Saviour of
] mankind,   a   Buddha,   an    Avatar,   a
  __, ' Christ,  Is  born, as  we are  born,  of
��==^     . j | ~~" I father and mother, it is a festival in
tfcOltfRAGE. I another sense, too. Such a One comes
��.    a   *.,ttr���<ra.   wn   to bring one  step nearer fulfilment
Even   the   manhood   suffrage   bill | w^  Jt^^ ^  ^ our   we,fare
which ,the Asquith Government ls to. Hg chooge8 H,B tlm���| piace and peo-
bring la and, It possible, pass during ple. ^ things have been prepared
��� h�� n^ session of parliament, is to; for centuries for His coming. Angels,
the miTmrr DrODOgai i8 tol masters and hosts of the unseen that
have a-UoitaUfl��-..The proposal is i ; ******^t ^^ heiping Him know of 'His
sweep away all.,the existing iran-. comlng aud rejoicing cry, "Peace on
��hlses���Bro**"-**! ��� occupation, lodger, I earth  good wjii toward men.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER  19, 1911
service, and the rest���and to substitute tastfa* * f����ort residential teat,
aays ttofe *M$ntr4l Witness. So that.
stricU* aMWlJfciwt every man u to
have a vote, but every male resident
is to have oae. *���� round numbers
the number of men now possessing
the parliamentary vote Is eight millions, anrwi��;��pected that this will
be increased* *��� about twelve millions
under the. .new -regime, althougfrthere
are more -tta��--that number of men
in the.oow��ti*-3'he government is also pledged to afford  facilities   next
M.
C. THOMAS.
NEW
TO   THE   ELECTORS   OF
WESTMINSTER.
Ladles and Gentlemen,���Having
h9en asked by a large number of
ratepayers to stand at this time for
aldermanic honors, I take this opportunity to place before you a few of
my views on civic matters:
(1)     If  elected  I  shall  give  close
D? PRICE'S
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
Sixty Years
the Standard for purity,
strength and healthfalness*
Made from pure,
grape cream of tartar,
free from alum and
phosphatic
acids.
If
HOUSES FOR SALE
r
We have a party whajias two houses oil Third avenue, which he
will exchange for vacant- property aad some cash.
LOTS FOR SALE
LOT ON SIXTH AVENUE, between   Tenth  And   Eleventh' streets,
}1<75, third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
LOT ON HOYAL AVENUE, close   to   Sixth   street.    Price   $5500,-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.     This is good for a few
days only.
LOT ON ST. ANDREW STREET�����6xl32.    Price   $1900,   one-third
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
McGILL & COON
Phone 1004.
Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
lights installed.   The board   of works   "Brownies"  or  "Little   People"  who
and the engineer were asked to report made his unconscious bi*aln the veh-
and careful attention to all business  on this.      __ _  . ]icie for thelr activities.   He tells the
Christmas Jewelry
We have ln the past always endeavored to display in our store for
your Inspection a full line of up-to-date goods.
For Christmas 1911 our assortment beats all previous records.
Call and be convinced.
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C. R'y
THt
JEWELER
pertaining to the council, and especially towards enforcing all by-laws
now existing, and with a view    to-
A Merry Christmas.
story of how he came to write   Dr.
It was decided to pay all salaries Jekyl  and  Mr   Hyde     ..j  had  long
of city officials before Christmas, so been t   lng t0 wrlte a 8tory on thlg
wards  economical   business   manage-j aB to allow   of everybody   enjoying subJect  t0 flnd a body  a vehicle for
themselves   at that    season    of the that 8t;ong genge of ���,;���.��� double ^
year as much as possible.   Alderman ,      wh,ch mugt at 0meg coie ,��� and
industries that will tend to further the   Bryson wished to know if this motion overwj,elm the mind of every think-
prosperity  of  the city  shall  receive  covered the aldermen's remuneration.   lng creature     por two days
Turned Down. \ went at>out racking my brains for a
The finance committee could    not pi0t of any sort; and on the second
see Its way to recommend advertising night  I   dreamed   the   scene  at   the
in the special edition of the Vancou- window and a scene, afterward split
ver World at a cost of S1000, anrt the in  two, in  which  Hyde,  pursued  for
proposal   was   turned   down   by    the some crime, took the powder and un-
.                                                                  . , council. I derwent the change ln the presence
���    ��w ��.��,*,�����> u the more obvious  conditions of labor In this city    and ]                    Board ol  Works. of nia  pursuers.    All    the rest    was
The first chai ge is the more 0BV,UUB | approve 0f an eight-hour day and fair '                                                     -        - '
session for the collation bill, which men .          legltlmate enterprises and  year as much as possible.   Alderman
would give a million women   householder* ,vc��e*.' I That would give as
many voles W *wt��men as they would my support.
have got had  manhood suffrage not (3)    As the laws of the city forbid
nave n,uy **��**  *** % restricted district I will do all    in
been granted, but no longer on tne ^  ^.^ ^ remove  thlg  evll    in
same terms as, men.   The suffragists every form.
are bitterly opposed to the bill and (4)    I    will support   all measures
count themselves insulted and tricked that will  In   anr way  Mm   the
, _     r    Hi-fi  w  i  w      va.     w(|
as the bill gives vote to every kind i wages   being   insisted   upon   in     all
ot man who has not claimed while! city contracts
ignoring the competent and cultured '     (5)    As I am of opinion thai
���women who have claimed It.    It can-
1 that a four foot sidewalk be lai.l on
tlie , Richmond street to Mr. W. Crick's
Icost of electric light jn this city is property; that a sidewalk be laid on
., , ,. I too high, unless a reduction be ob- , Garfield ptreet from Eighth avenue to
not be called a-trick unless it jeopar-} t&lned { would be Jn favor of the Richmond street; that a sidewalk be
dizes their cause.' There is some . establishment of a city plant, and I | laid on Elmer street as far as exist-
reason for .fearing this in the attitude am further of the opinion that the i |ng houses only; that four foot walk
who had ranged! city should own the gas plant, in be laid on the north side of Eighth
i order to cope with the expansion of  avenue    between    Fifth   and    Sixth
The report of the hoard of works   made awake and consciously, although
was    adopted.     This     recommended   i think I can trace in It much of tho
manner of my 'Brownies.'"
On  Fifth  Avenue
House containing flve rooms, with toilet and plumbing ready for
bath.   Also basement.   Lot cleared, eight   fruit   trees,   large   barn
which rents at $9.00 per month.
of some Unionists,
themselves oh, the side of the conciliation bill, as bringing more Con-
^evatives thaj}0 Liberal votes to the
electorate/ but are mfw deserting it
in the view that it can only be the
prelude to complete woman suffrage
���on the aaniO^fns as men, so that it
is AotMt&titM***. the conciliation
bill wlll now pass.    How   the advo-
the city.
A. 'HARDMAN.
Well Earned Rest
(Continued from Page Oae.)
streets.
WaUr Committee.
The  water committee recommended  that the Fraser River mills    be
given a flre protection  supply from
the new main by meter at the same
I rate as heretofore, and not be charged
i with water used in case of flre.    In
return the company to use city water
cates of suffrage will treat it remains  JjjJjjJ ev<*��,n��
cil last night by letter to grant them
^!,"?e^Lt,h���e���C��r" i?"��� Vy.e���d;I^T"iheTear"muTd  7oT^to_Z7*
The  request    was
to be seen.    It  tbey take the   same i Lulu- Island Leases.
-view as Uw.JJnljpstaVa.'Olerred to they | T^e finance committee had been
-will surely. B>ipyft*Yi lt-�� **��� haa prober asked to report on the leases, which
Mr in any case a better chance than! should be granted to firms asking for
, ,     -._*_**���**   ���������inaf ILulu  Island   waterfrontage,   ana   last
a universal suffrage measure, against   n|gW  recommenaed  tQ    the   councll>
which It is urged that It would make   that  the city  solicitor be  instructed
purposes of their    employees,
suggestion was adopted.     ���
This
the majortoj^l^^ectorate women.
Exactly why that should be a bad
thing is not plain, but it would cer-
to embody the following clauses in
the leases: "That the engineer subdivide the property in question into
17  lots;   that the rent be calculated
probabilities arrnraid to be that the
bill as passe* will give the vote to
men resldojits i and | women householders, which would be a considerable step,. inj adv^nye^for the women
any way, anjl. a-SJUie promise of equality.  ' _   	
THE
Mj
CHMST
AlCH
kSS:
HAS
GREETING
One-third .of the human race will
wake to life on Christmas Day to salute the mom that to them commemorates the nativity of the Christ.
They will believe that on that day
��� Christ was horn in a manger; they
will think of kim ak the Holy Child,
the only Son of God.
But the.lpvsf.il of the Wisdom know
that  we  are -all  Sons of Ged,  joint-
heirs with Lhiiat, and though He is
verily "First-bom among many brethren," "Yet shall  we all  In time rise
to the measure of the stature of the
fullness of Chr|j>t."    They know, too,
that   ChristujasV is    a   pre-Christian
pagan   festival  ttlebrating   the   Sun
/God's birth to a new year of life and
. that it was fixed on to commemorate
'Christ's nativity in .537 A.-D. by Pope
Juliu��  1.,   because   on    Dec.   26   the
pagans  held   their  festival  in  honor
of the infant Bacchus.
This story of the birth of the Sun
God  is attached to the   Saviours   in
. many  an ancitnt' religion, for exani-
. pie, Krishna andjluddua of India, Zor-
i oaster and Jnfthras. of Persia, Homo
**pt Egypt and Tammuz    of   Babylon.
They are 'aitd 'tS""t>e born soon after
the shortest  day.  at  midnight,  of a
virgin, as then the sign Virgo Is rising and itf Uie fiywjem zodiac.   That
.eign was stfowii *u ,a woman suckling
Zher child.'   But  Wno  would  see the
. aube tance.-aad ajotuhe -shadow must
.look Into the unseen and hidden.    A
festival   front, thei  occult  standpoint
baa  a deeped  significance  than  appears to the   eye   of   the   ignorant
though de*��ut����wo(**lilpper.    For they
whom   the   worshippers    adore    still
;llve; chrlst and Buddha, Jesus, Krishna and Zoroaster. On the day of His
i nativity., mlWOOA tWnk of Christ joy-
ffully and irttlMteving gratitude, more
intenaely. |^l'li��ff. 4hto on the other
*days cf thajyeaw #*% too, the Krishna worshipperv*br the- folWwars of
Buddha and ZorgaiHer.    To each his
tainly be iwoltttrtonary. Tho position on a basls ot 10 per cent of |25 per
of the government is neutral. It de-1 front foot; that the lessees pay taxes
pends ujion the persuasive powers of' as assessed; that the leases be for 20
the women as,t9 what the House of, ft*���'  "��fremal  t0 ** adjusted at
, ��� >��� v;     , I the end of ten years; that tne lessees
Commons will do, but persuasion has ��� can not transfer, or assign tha leases
not been their method of late.    Tho  or sublet without the consent of tho
'city council; that the leases be
I granted for the purpose of establishing industries and be cancelled on
discontinuance of the operations oi
said industry; that white labor only
be employed; and, finally, that
lessees lie liable for any damage to
the dyke caused by them."
These suggestions met with the ap
proval of the council -��and were
adopted.
8wltchinfl on Front Street.
Other matters that came up for
consideration included a request
from the C. P. R. that they be allowed to make a cross over between
their mainline and that of the G. N.
R. opposite Begbie street on Front
street. By this means they hoped to
eliminate much of the switching on
the latter stieet, which had caused
so much Inconvenience ln the past.
Mayor Lee said that with regard to
this matter, he had found the company going to work putting in th;s
cross over without having asked permission, and had stopped them. He
was not sure that the only change
that would result would be that tho
nuisance would simply be removed to
Begbie street in.steaJ of opposite the
city market.
The matter was referred to the
board of works to report. Brgbly
street was again under discussion in
connection with a motion of Alde.-
man Lynch, that the board of works
give accommodation at the/ foot of
this street for tugboats to tie up. The
alderman stated that at present these
mtn had no place where they could
tie up. They were only allowed to
stay a short time at the market
wharf, and had to pay $1 a day to
the C. P. R. or BrackmanrKer for the
use of their wharves. Alderman
Lynch's motion was considered to be
a little too hasty and it was decided
to ask the board of works to bring in
a sketch of the proposed work and report.
Burnaby   Light.
A letter was received from th��s
Burnaby council stating that they
were putting in Btreet lights, and that
they would-be ready to pay half the
cost of lights on inter-municipal
roads. This was referred to the
light committee to consult with the
Burnaby representatives,
Paving Sixth.
Mr. W. J. Kerr and seven others
asked to have Sixth street paved
from Columbia street to Agnes street
with Etone sets, and to have cluster
Stevenson's  Inspiration.
Stevenson used to assert that the
inspiration   for  his   finest  work   was
given to him In dreams.    It wis the
EYES
BEST CHRISTMAS
PHESFNT
for the old (oiks ls a good pair
of  glasses.    Come  to  us  and
talk it over.    We will  Advisa |
you how to please your father
or mother.
A Simple Treatment That
will Make Hair Grow j
Now Sold in Canada
Every up-to-date woman should
have radiant hair. ' ;
There are thousands of women with
harsh, faded, cha aclerless hair, who
do not try to improve it. j
In England ani Pai is women take
pride in having beautiful hair. Every I
Canadian   woman   can have lustrous!
and luxuriant hair by using SALVIA,'
the Great American Sage Hair Tonic. I
Every reader of The News can have I
an attractive head of hair in a few
weeks by using SALVIA. |
Ryall sells a large bottle for 50
cents, and guarantees it to banish
Dandruff, stop fallin? hair and itching scalp In ten days, or meney bac't.
SALVIA is a beau'iful, pltasaut,
non-sticky Hair Tonic.
The .Vancouver Institute ]
of OPTOMETRY
EYE   SPECIALISTS
657  Columbia Street.    Upstairs
over Curtis Drug Store.
Phone 295.
Hours:   Daily 9:30 a.m. to S
p.m.; Saturdays until 9 p.m.
We   Also    Do    Optical   Repair
Work.
Price $2625;   $625   Cash;
balance $25.00 per month at 7  per cent.
APPLY  TO 0
P. PEEBLES
620 Columbia St.   Phone 307.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Christmas Perfumes and Chocolates
Comb and Brush Sets, Etc.
8PECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES IN LATEST STYLE8.
 nn 1-     mi     M||-     ��� ��� -     - ���      - r ,    *  .       .   ���    ,...-.. --.-^ ,
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WE8TMIN8TER TRUST BLOCK
BURN OIL
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phono Seymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
. New Westminster.
DONT BURN WASTE
PAPER and Rags
Just phone H. P. VIDAL &
CO., 475, or drop us a card
-Box624, and we will collect free of charge.
BROWNS  GIFT GOODS
We would like you to see and get our prices on goods
bought exclusively for the Man's Christmas.
On Bath Robes, Lounging Robes, Smoking
Jackets, Sweater Coats, Knitted Vests, Etc.,
IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTEREST TO SEE US
FIRST N   \
IIN PRACTICAL GIFTS POR MEN READ THIS LIST, IT WILL HCLP YOU
Bath   Robes    $5.00 to $18.00
Smoking Jackets $5.00 to $16.00
Dress and  Fancy  Waistcoats $1.25 to $5.50
Sweater Coats $2.25 to $5.00
Sweaters   $1.00 to $5.00
Gloves, Dent's and  Fownes'   $1.00 to $5.00
Woolen  Mufflers 50c to $1.25
Dress  Mufflers  .$2.25 to $4.50
Silk Padded Mufflers '.'.. .$1.00 to $3.60
Silk Handkerchiefs, plain whlto, Initialed and fancy 50c to $1.00
Linen Handkerchiefs   25c to 60s
Excelda  Fancy  Bordere.l Handkerchiefs   18c, two Tor 25e
Suspenders, single and boxed seta  50c to $2.50
Pyjamas t1-50 to $6.00
Plain and Fancy Hosiery ; 25c to $2.50
Canea H-00 up
Umbrellas  .$1.00 to $8.00
Dress and Fancy Shlrta $1.00 to $4.50
Ladles' Shirt Wasts, Dr. Jaegers $4-50
Suit Cases, fitted and plain ...���������  *2.50 to $19.00
Club Bags, fitted and plain     ��� -f-50 to $19.00
<J*E.Brown &
6/<3 COLUMBIA *ST
ju inimm m �������� TUESDAY,
DECMB7R   19,   1��11.
THE DAtLY NEW1
wi on *\i>*.
SPORTS
North Vancouver ls making great
running for the grass hockey championship of Hritish Columbia.'- They
added another to Their collection of
acalp* last Saturday, when they put
It over Victoria by three goals to one
ln the Capital City. The Victorians
started the game several men shy,
but during this early period looked
perhaps more dangerous than at any
other time, according to report.
North Vancouver, however, scored
twice in the first half, and each team
netted the ball once during the second period of play.
At Vancouver the British public
schools defeated the 72nd Highlanders by six to nil, and over in North
Vancouver the Lonsdale club defeated the public schools second eleven
by three goals to one.
��� ���
* BOWLING. ���
+                                                             ���
In the Commercial league the Royal
City mills team handed the People's
Trust company a rude Jolt last night
when they grabbed off tbe whole
three games and the way the sawdust
crew went after the pins would indicate that they have huge designs on
the People's Trust cup. Jack Smith
had high single for tbe night (204),
which helped considerably to boost
bis score over the 600 mark. Boulton,
for tbe financiers, got off to a bad
start, but finished strong and led his
team mates for high average and
single score.
People's Trust.
12       3   Ttl.
.123    110   101���334
McLeod ..
Leamy ...
Sutherland
Boulton ..
Corbett  ..
..106
.126
.108
.134
146
101
190
151
146���397
112���339
171���469
144���429
Ave.
Ill
132
113
156
143
596    698    684 1977
Royal City Mills.
Smith   ..
H.  Pierce
T.   Mills   .
O.  Pierce
J.  Sloan   .
1
..143
..180
..199
..141
.147
2
204
130
113
119
153
3 Ttl.
161���508
168���478
148���438
166���425
125���425
Ave.
169
159
146
142
142
788    719    767 2274
"Scorer���C. Halgler.
Foul judge���McGill.
There will be some real excttement
tonight when    the   Rubes    and    the
Angt'ls meet in a house league fixture.
These  two   teams   are   leading    the
horses bearing these markings-they
are as easily obliterated. Hia eye Is
trained to that mysterious thiag he
caMa conformation, and he finds that
no two horses are more alike, after
all, than ar�� any two human beings.
Moreover, a horse cannot assist his
rascally owners by feigning characteristics he does not possess. There
are certain ineradicable traits of gait
and habit tbat will betray the
guised horse to tbe man who knew
nim under another name; and lt is
doubtful lf ever there was a case of
"ringing" lone persisted in that, was
not some time discovered. ���*
A Canadian "Ringer."
A notable Instance of "ringing" is
recalled by a writer In the Cleveland
Plain Dealer, the trickster bein- a
man well known in Canadian racing
circles as "Umbrella Bill" McGulgan.
He raced a horse known as Small
Hopes under several aliases, after
having dyed his white legs, but was
eventually caught and expelled. Canada was the birthplace of at least one
well-known "ringer," tbe handsome
bay stallion, Amber. He was raced
in Ohio under tbe name of The Broker, winning a number of stakes.
Then he returned to Canada, and tbe
following year resumed his career as
The Broker. He raced at some seven
seconds slower than his record, and
made quite a lot of money for his
owners. These frauds were perpetrated many years ago, when facilities for establishing the identity of
suspected horses were not so good as
they are today, and when, in consequence, the ringers usually remained
undiscovered much longer than would
be possible today.
Frauds in  Europe.
The remarkable growth of the harness racing sport in Europe in the
past few years has opened up a new
fleld for the dishonest horseman, and
several fast American trotters have
been sent to Germany, Austria and
Russia for the purpose of personating much slower horses. The
chances of detection are not so great
the^e as here, because there are fewer people likely to recognize the
"ringer;" but as the penalty for
frauds of this sport are much more
severe In Europe, where a prison sentence is certain to follow detection,
the practice ls kept within bounds.
Moreover, In Europe, as elsewhere,
there remains the danger of the partners In the fraud, which is invariably
a partnership affair, falling out over
their spoils, and informing on each
other. Oddly enough, its only good
horses that are transformed into
ringers, and in nine cases out of ten
they would do Justus much winning
asrainst horses in their own class. In
merely exchanged for the certainty
of It, thus making the "dead sure
thing" that appeals to gamblers.
All He Wanted.
If there is anything Archibald was ,
fond of It was girls. Fair, dark, Uli,
short, sweet, sour, plain, pretty, he
adored them all and never went out
to a theatre or a concert without a
als. | bevy of at least half a dozen. Consequently when he fell downstairs
one day and broke his arm the chief
regret that crossed his mind was that
he would be unable to take Elizabeth
aiffl Mllly and Catherine and the rest
of them to see the play that night.
"I'm afraid it's a bad Joj," pronounced the surgeon who bad come
to s*k the arm. Even when lt has
healed the arm will remain crooked."
"Never mind the crook," replied
Archibald. "Set it for bugging and
go ahead!"���Tit-Bits.
Monday, Tutsday and
Wednesday.
league, the Angels havllg one game ! racing against slower horses, the
the best of the Rubes, but Captain
Pike's crew threaten to leave th.?
winged ones featherless, representing
"Uelaney's Chickens In the Tower of
Babel."
Bowling fixtures this week:
Tonight���Rubes   vs.   Angels.
Wednesday���Pender  alleys  here.
Thursday���Wanderers vs. Ulnkel-
��pellers.
Therg 1s-Hpossibility tiaf at least
one New Westminster team will
make the journey to tbe Western
Bowling congress in Los Angeles, It
will be rather an expensive Jaunt for
the trundleis of this city, but hang
the expense.
treme probability of their winning is
FRAUDS ON  THE TURF.
Expert  It Not  Deceived by Color or
Markings of  Horses.
It:was one of Hawley Smart's characters   who  deplored   the   fact    that
people looked bo much alike that he
was always confusing one with another. "Why aren't men like horses?"
he demanded. "Then a chap wouldn't
make a  mistake."    This  remark  is
recalled by a case that has been agitating the  breeders  and  owners  of
trotting horses from the Atlantic to
the Pacific, and  haa just been  settled  by  the supreme   turf   tribunal,
says the Mall and Empire.   The cause [
of the trouble was the dishonest ef-;
forts of a horseman    to disguise    a '
horse and enter him -in races to which j
/ he was not eligible under false name.
He raced him all summer and won a
- couple of thousand dollars with him.
Then he sold the horse for $5000, his
owner supposing that he had come
into the  possession  of  a   wonderful;
animal.   The author of the fraud has i
been ruled off the trotting tracks ofl
Canada and  the  United  States   for!
life, and the winnings of the   horse
have been returned .to the trotting as-!
sociations  to  be   distributed   among
the horses entitled to them.
The Case of Prof. Sphinx.
The horse in question is Jack London, and the name under which, he
masqueraded wa��v'rof. Sphinx.   Last
year, racing honestly, he took a record of 2:12 1-3, and this year would
have been competing against horses
that had showed their ability to trot
as  fast as  himself,and the contests
would have  been fair.     It happens,
however,   that    most   of   the   good
purses on the half-mile   tracks   art)
reserved for .horses with slower records, the 2:20 horses, and the   2:16
horses, for instance.   In oder to give
Jack London a chance to win some
of these prizes, and, more Important j
still, in order to give his dishonest
backers a "dead sure thing," he was
disguised  by  the  addition  of   some
paint and dye skilfully applied, furnished with   a   fraudulent   pedigree,
and shipped a thousand miles from
the- tracks upon which he had raced
last year.    The result was that   he
won easily every time he started, his
owner and driver winning both   the
purses, and a large Bum of money ln
the pools.
The Expert Not Deceived.
Now, although to the ordinary observer two horses of the same general size, breed and color /bay look
very much alike, to the expert horse- j
mai) they are no more to be mistaken
one for the other, than are two children, by their mother. The expert ls
not deceived by color or markings; it
is not upon these that his eye particularly rests once his suspicions are
aroused. He knows that white ankle3
stripes and stars a-e easily painted
on  self-colored   hoi ses,  end  that oa
BURNABY
NOTICE!
A meeting of the
Ratepayers of Ward
One will be held in
the office of A. Mc-
Fee in the Edmonds
Development Company's building
TONIGHT
AT 8 O'CLOCK
to organise a Ratepayers' Association
for the northern
section of the ward
WAS A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC
Now Finds tt i Pleasure to Enjoy Meals
Here is a case which seemed as bad
and as hopeless a* yours can possibly be.
Thi* ii the experience of Mr. H. J. Brow-,
384 Bathurst St., Toronto, in his own
words:
"Gentlemen���I have much pleasure in
mentioning to you thc benefits received
from your Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets
and can cheerfully recommend them. I
simply had confirmed dyspepsia with all
its wretched symptoms, and tried about
all the advertised curea with no success.
You have in Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia
Tablets the best curative agent I could
find. It is now such a pleasure to enjoy
meals with their consequent nourishment that I want to mention this for the
benefit of others."
The fact tbat a lot of prescriptions or
so-called "cures" have failed to help you
is no sign that you have got to go on
suffering. Try Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia
Tablets and see how quickly this sterling
remedy will give you rei ief and start your
stomach working properly. If it doesn't
help you, you get yourmoney back. 50c
a box at your druggist's. Compounded
by the National Drug and Chemical Co.
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THE BRUCE8
Klassy���Komeiy���Kolorsd.
.Entertainers.
CARELE8S CURT ���
Eccentric Comedy Cyclist, Manipulator of Bicycle,  I'nlcycle
Monocycle.
LENNE8 8I8TERS
Singers and^ Dancers.
LOUISE
^^^^^^     BYRP.
Singing "Strike Up-a  Bag-Pipe
of Canada, Limited, Montreal.
141
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
V
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated Society
of Musicians (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpofht and Musical
Form.
I Prepares candidates for Teachers'
Diplomas, Licentiate and Local examinations of the Associated Board of the
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Music. Has had numerous
successes in past years.
For terms, etc., apply 37 Apnes St.,
i New Westminster.   Phone L638.
I
Houses for Sale
New seven roomed modern house on Hamilton street, close to
car line; full sized lot; cement sidewalks; furnace in house. Price
$4300, $1000 cash, balance over flve yeara.
Six roomed semi-modern house on Tenth street, facing Moody
Square; large lot, all cleared and In fruit. Price $2650, $1000 cash,
balance to arrange.
Seven roomed modern house on Seventh avenue, close to car
line, Just completed; full sized basement, piped for furnace- Price
$4000, $1200 cash, balance to arrange.
Seven roomed house In Sapperton, close to car line; large lot all
cleared. House Is ln good condition. Price $1850, $350 cash, balance
as rent lf desired.
Wm.  McADAM
Aenl   Estate   and   Insurance. New Westminster.
Phone 498. Room   16   Westminster  Trust   BIock.
"The Houac of Quality and Low Prices
����
Xmas
Furniture Makes the Most
Suitable Gift One
Can Give
ir
THIS MORNING, between 8 and 12
we offer SOLID OAK PARLOR OR
BEDROOM TABLES, $3.25 ftO OC
value for  y��*.*uu
SOLID QUARTERED OAK LIBRARY
TABLE, 36 in. round top, d��*| f| CA
square legs, $15 value for ��P 1 H��w
$600 riALL MIRRORS for $4.50
I""-
QUARTER    CUT   OAK   LIBRARY
TABLE, round   top, $16 *1 1  f\f\
value for  *P1 L.W
KINDERGARTEN SETS in
Red for	
$2.25
THE8E PRICE8 ARE GOOD ONLY ON DAYS SPECIFIED IN AD.  JMore Ope* Every Night This Weak
���W'l.iyji
Galloway & Lewis
SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS
401-403 Columbia Street Phone 829
New Westminster
farm and Timber Land at langley
Two hundred acres good farm land right on the Yale road, subdivided Into flve blocks of 40 acrea each. i*w***M si
Tbls ls heavily timbered, in fact it ls estimated that the timber
alone, at present valuation, is worth more than half the price asked
for the whole thing, and timber is steadily growing lft value.
Price $75.00 per acre on good term*
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The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Sireet New Westminster
'*. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Oral. Mgr.
N. BEARDSLBE,
Vice-President
W. P. H. BUCKLIN.
Bac. and Treat.
'< art]
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
"I    '        "'
Manufacturers  a ral  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phowee Na. 7 ami S77.  Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc*
INTERURBAN   TRAMS.
Westmlnater branch. ��� Cara
leave for Vancouver at 6, 6:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter uatfl 11 p.m. Last
car 12 p.m. Sunday leaves at
6, 7, 8 a.m. and every IS minutes thereafter.
Lulu . Island branch. ��� Cara
leave for Vancouver ovary hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m eoo.ee:-
lng at Eburne fer Steveston.
Burnaby lino.���Cars leave tor
Vancouver every hour fron 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley Una. ��� Cara
eave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9.30 a.m, 1.26 and
6.10 p.m.
Huntingdon and way points,
leaves at 4.05 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on   lta   Fraaer   Valley
line.
f
Tickets will be on sale   om
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday,
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO
TAKE THIS ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLOMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
W. R. OILLEY, Phene 122. a E. QILLEY, Phone ��1.
Ptienee, Office 19 and 11.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
1   COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT. MME. SEWER *****., DRAIN    TU.E,    CRUSHED' -ROSK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN    SAND,    PRESSED" ERtCK    A**D
FIRE BRICK.
A New Lumber Yard
COME TO US FOR
i   tmt >-*
��� ���������������-. aril boi
Lumber,* Mouldings,   Laths   and   Shingles
fSfTH  OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.
CROWN TIMBER AND TRADING CO., LTD.
PHONE S*S. (Old Glass Works Factory. 8APPE3TON.
:    ''������   ������
LAUNCH TIOS^
FOR HIRE
��� ���' U In    '"'���
.,: m'.v.l'.l no ������'ii
i   isdl mo*c   1*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^9*.'* ^dj^HJ
Business or shooting parties; launch kept warm   and   comfortable,
n;   moo   :iv
sleeping and cooking accommodation.     Apply   Alex .Sp^ck,,,,Begbie
street slip.   Residence Phone L558, office phone 98t>.       ,��;��� :-.> n
���MA
*w*****t^*m
B.C. Mitts
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers aad Dealera ts All Bade ot
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8A8H,  DOORS,  INTERIOR  FINISH.
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
]. , FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing MUU Branch
Telephone 11
New Weetmlneter
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t iLlliill;,.���
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.:,!j_J)llJ   B9rf
Fresh Sealshipt Oysters
mmmmssmmmmmm^mmmmssmmmJksm^misAmmim^^sm
���1   a ������ sou ett
���i* again on sale by P. Burns & Co., Limits ' Tfc_y%
*% quart and be assured they are the best yee'i-lurae-'
ever had*
FO  ."SMWiCV
P. BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY HEATS
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911.
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AUCTION
of valuable waterfront lots on the Vancouver side of the North Ann of the Fraaer, on December 19th,
Dominion Hall, at 10 a. m., containing 383 acres under cultivation, being D. L. 167 and part of 166,
Burnaby. Only flve minutes' walk from B. C. E. Railway. Wlll be sold in-lots 66 by nearly 500 feet;
also five and ten-acre blocks. *
On the property are two dwelling houses and two barns and large shipping shed; also large orchard. Terms only 20 percent down, balance eight years, divided into yearly payments at 6 per
cent interest.
Indefeasible title, with taxes paid to date.
I am instructed by the owner, Dr. H. E. Langis, to wll on above date. This property baa never been
on the market before, and ls the most valuable property on the North Arm. It Is nearly all cleared,
and Is the richest soil on the Eburne B. C. E. Railway line. '
Real estate firms will be allowed 5 per cent on any purchase at the sale for clients, but ln order
to recognize as such wlll require a leter signed by the auctioneer not later than December 18th.
This waterfront property will be worth $500 to $1000 per front foot before final payment will be required.    Any further particulars, with maps, will  be furnished by the auctioneer.
Auction Sale of the Valuable Farm, being block 167 and part of 166
in Burnaby, being the property of Dr. Langis, which contains 383
acres, nearly all under cultivation and perfectly level
On Tuesday, December  19th at  10  a.m,
DOMINION HALL, OVER WORLD OFFICE, PENDER STREET, VANCOUVER, B.C.
I
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Valuable Waterfront  Property
There Is 7294 feet of waterfront, which will be sold in 6fi-ft. lots, which are from 400 to 500 ft.
deep; the balance of the ranch will be sold in five and teu-acre blocks. Upon the pioperty are two
farm dwelling houses, large barn,  shipping  shed  and   large  orchard.
Panama Canal
There ls no doubt that on the completion of the Panama Canal there will probably betwenty times aa
much shipping from Vancouver. It Is a fact the Dominion Government intends to spend $1,000,000
on the Fraser River by dredging;  also it is under contemplation to dredge the North Arm.
Can you conceive what this waterfront then will be worth? Make no mistake; get in and buy some
waterfront without fall.
Shipping;
For shipping at the present time large steamers ply the North Arm of the Fraser���the S.S. Strathcona having one of the boats that was used In shipping the product of the ranch.
Don't fail to look well Into this property. Nothing as good was ever offered by auction in
flve  and   ten-acre  blocks���and under cultivation.
Trackage
The B. C. E. Railway line is now within flve minutes' walk from the property, which also makes it
available for trackage purposes, as well as waterfront.
Now, what does this mean? Simply this, that the waterfront and trackage will be worth, within
four or flve years, $500 to $1000 for front foot, as It is right at the door of Vancouver���only thirty
minutes from the centre of the town.
Under Cultivation
This property has been under cultivation for over thirty years. Nearly all under crop and timothy. In
buying here you do not have tc pay $300 or $400 per acre to clear lt; therefore, it is a producer at
once.   Do not fall to Inspect and pick out your block. .
TERMS EASY
The terms are very easy���20 per cent cash, the balance eight yearly payments at six per cent, which
means only ten per cent on the principal. Long before you will be called upon for the final payment
the great impetus from the Panama Canal will make you rich if you get hold of some waterfront on
acre   blocks.
llWm.'.-ll-TiTVtV'***
A. M. BEATTIE, 2SS1   25 Hastings St., E. Vancouver
���*E=
KAISER'S    SOLDIER    SONS.
Crown     Prince    Commands    Death's
Head   Hussars.
In a very few years all the German
kaiser's sons will be engaged in the
service of their country. Frledrlch
Wilhelm, the crown prince, though
only a major in rank, is colonel
commanding the First Hussars oi' Ore
bodyguard, the famous "Death's Heal
Hussars," with skull and crossbones
��8 regimental crest. The next elder
Brother, Prince Eltel Friedrlch, likewise major In rank, commands a
ftquadron of bodyguard hussars in
Potsdam; but the post is only temporary, for he has already acted as
Governor of Pomeranla and will, it U
expected, be shortly appointed to a
high civil or military position in that
province. Prince Adalbert, who has
adopted the navy as a profession, is
attending the Kiel Navy Academy,
though he has had for a few months
Command of a torpedo boat. Prince
Ananut Wilhelm is Jearrflng administrative work.la- Potsdam, and > will
also doubtless be appointed governor
pt & province or at least prefect of a
district, Prince Oscar Is ln his second year of service as a lieutenant at
the war academy, and Prince Joachim, the kaiser's youngest son, is
aub-lleutenant in one of the infantry
regiments at Potsdam. Prince Henry,
the kaiser's brother, lesldes as
grani admiral and Inspector-general
of the fleet at Kiel, where one of his
sons, Prince Waldemar, Is studying
law, probably with a view to entering state service, while the other,
Prince Slgtsmund, Is devoting himself to tho study of science.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
L O. U. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 11.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
aie held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every .Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend.    C. J.  Purvis, N.G.;   W.
C. Coatham, P. G. recording secretary;   R. Purdy, financial secretary
STENOGRAPHY   A   TYP*WRITINl
!1SS M. UKOTEN, puDllc stenogra
pber; specifications, business let
ters, etc.; circular work taken
Pbone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
FISH   AND  GAME.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Deaa Block,
next to Bank oC MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Roo*
Trapp hlwk.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. 8TILWELL CLUTE, barristerial
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl;.
and McKenzie streets, New W��t
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
AN  Interesting  Pseudonym.
A literary pseudonym with   an Interesting   history   is   that   of  "Lewis
Carroll.''    As    all  the world    knows
by   now,  "Carroll's"   real   name  was
Dodgson, but, according to Mr. W. P.
Courtney,  "when   ho   began  to  write
for the Train, a magazine edited by
Edmond Yates,  which    lasted    from
January, 1856 to June 1868, he found
the need for a literary disguise.   He
proposed  "Dares"   (the  flrst  syllable
of his birthplace), but the suggestion
did   not   meet   with   his  editor's   approval.    A choice of four names Was
then   submitted:      tl)   Edgar    Cuth-
wellls:    (2)   Edgar   N.   C.   West hall
(both-of which were formod from the
letters  of his  two  Christian   names,
Charles Lutwldge):   (3) Louis Carrol,
and    (4) t Lewis   Carroll,   which   are
merely   varlkn'ta of  the same  names
flLewis t>iuals Ludovicus equals Lutwldge:   Carroll equals Carolus e iiials
,Charles).   The last pair was adopted,
and was used by Dodgson in a poem
called "Solitude" (The Train, March,
1856)."
WADE, WHEALLKK, McQUAKKlE e.
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces. Rooms 7 and ***
Gulchon block, corner Columbia ani
McKenzie streets; Vancou var ot
Bees, Williams building, 41 Grau
rllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C,
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
a . ,       j,
lOARD    OF    TRADB���NBW   W earl
minster Board of Trade meets in tit-
board room. City Hall, a* follows*
Third Thursday    of   each    montn,
quarterly     meeting    tr*   the    tmrc
Thursday of February. May, Angp��
and  November, at n p.m.      annua,
meetings on the third Thursday o
February.    New   moinber*   may   r>
proposed aad electa] at any moun
ly or    quarterly    mevti.ic.      O   tf
Stuart-Wade, secretary
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take   LAXATIVE   BROMO    QnlJ.-i
Tablets.    Druggists refund money  11
it fails to cure.   E. W. GROVE'S signature ls on eacb box.- 25c. <  -
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
! 8ERVICE
I ^rival: Closing
| 10:00���United States via C. P. R.
I ^ (daily except Sunday).23:d
j 7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
|     mg*   . 'dally except Sunday) .16:00
l8:MS-��V��iicouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday) .20:30
���7jM���Vl*!torla  via  B.  c.  E.   It.
(dally exefpt Sunday Ml: 43
12:00���Victoria  via  D.   C.  B. ��� n.     -
(dally except Sunday) .11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.46
15:15���United States via G. N. It.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (daily)    ,8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe (daily)    13:15
10:18���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills      (dally      except
Sunday)        8:30
0:00���Sapperton a ivi Fraser
mills (dally except
Sunday)       14:00
10:18���McKay, Coiuitlam   (daily
except Sunday)     8:30
12:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)        11.16
.400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)  13:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday*)   13:30
10:30���Barnston  Islands  arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday,    and    leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
. ajjjl Friday    14:00
'0:00���Ladner, v Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Burt
Villa  13:30
10:00���Annlevillle (dally   except
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13:30
10:59���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dal)y except Sunday)..14:2(1
'1:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (dally  ex-
(daily except Sunday). 14:00
1:30���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       14:00
tl:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
1:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
0:00���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)   ." 23:00
15:15���Crescent, White Roak and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)   9:46
15:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:46
11:20���Chilli waolf, Milner, Mt.
Lehmaa, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale.Lang-
ley Prairie, Murrayville,
Strawborry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C. E. R. (daily
except  Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Rand. Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily except. Sunday).17:30
(daily except Sundav) .20:30
11:20���Abbotsford    via    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
16:60���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(daily except Sundiy).17:.0
Problem Solved
That ever bothe jBome question, "What shall we hav!
for dessert?" has i fen solved by Mooney's Sugar Wafers.
This delightful confection is taking the country by storm.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are now served in thousands of homes in
place of pastiy and cake. At dinner, luncheon or tea���for picnics
or the unexpected guest���with berries, fruits, ices or beverages there
is nothing better.
Mooney's Sugar;Wafers
The Dessert That Creates a Desire For More
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in the largest bakery in
Canada. Hundreds of skilled employees���640 windows���3 miles of
floor space. Here in this magnificent sunlit sanitary factory, where
purity is paramount, we create Canada's most toothsome delicacy. >
Ttty v $ ;^rtge today. You'll be glad you did so. At your
gross's ^ ii %*y, dust and damp-proof tins, 10 and 25 cents.
THE MOONEY BISCUIT AND CANDY CO, LTD., Stratford, Canad;
*������
Your  Advertisement  in the
��� < t
Daily Ne^vs is a Salesman���
Reiable, I ndispensible, Effective TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1111.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAQI
Purchasers
who intend to make gifts to their
friends or themselves should select
immediately, while displays are so
complete, and by reading what
various merchants have to say in
The Daily News they will find
many suggestions that will save
them needless worry in selecting.
Anything from a Greeting Card
to a Parcel of Real  Estate.    .    .
Merchants
who advertise their ��� goods in The
Daily News need not worry about
the possibility of having OVERSTOCKED any line of goods.
r
LAND ACT.
New Waatmlnater Land Dlatrict, District ef New Wsstmlnstsr.
Ttka aetloe that I. Walter 8; Roaa,
ef New Westminster, B. C, occupaUon broker, intend to apply for permission to lease the following de-
ecribed land.
Commencing at a poat planted one
and a halt miles from Lillooet river
on the east bank of Twenty Five Mile
creek, running 80 chaina north, Uience
60 chains east, thence SO chains
south, tbence 80 chains weet to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or leas.
Date, September lftth^ 1911.
WALTER 8. ROSE,
Name of Applicant (ln full).
JAMES O. McRAE,
Agent.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 12, In subdivision 2 of Lot
30, Group 1, Map 478, New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loaa of certificate of title number 16308A, issued
ln the name of Olive Bell has been
filed in this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I ahall.
at the expiration of one month from
tbe date ot the flrst publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published
ln tbe City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of tbe aald Certlflcate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me ln writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offiee, New Westminster, B. C, December 6. 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Buy That
Present Now !    '
If you keep on putting it
off from day to day, you
will court the chance of
it not arriving at it's destination at a seasonable
hour.   BUY IT NOW!
Re Lots 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, Block 2: Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Block 3; Lots
1, IA, IB, 4, 5, 6, 7, Block 4; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Block 5; Lots 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, Block 6; Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5,
6, Block 7; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. B, 6,7,
8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Block
8; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 16, 17, 18,.26,
27, 28, 29 and 30, Block 9; Lots 14
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, Block
10 of part of Lot 229, Group 1. Map
1095, ln the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlfl
cate of Title Number 19478F, Issued
ia the muhe of The Bidwell Bay and
Belcarra Company, Limited, has been
flled in this office.
Netice is hereby given tbat I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
less In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writlna.
.    C. S. KEITH.
Distiict Registrar of Tit'es.
Land  Rfg'stry Office, New Westminster, B.C., November 20, 1911.
Bank of Montreal
ITABU8HED 1117.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
......
HMMjSt*
.'.ZjmjBMM
Branches throagnoal Canada
Newfoundland, ih In London,
land. New Tork, Chicago and Spokane,
OJELA.. nad Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit laaued. available wltb
correspondents la all parte qf thr
world.
Savings Bank Dspertaeat���Deposits
received ln sums of tl and upward,
and Interest allowel at S par cent, par
annum  (present rata).
Total  Assets over  1186.000.000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRTMNBR. Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phona 168.    P. O. Boa MS.
Ofllce, Front St, Feet ef Sixth.
GMUMH PACWlt
B.C.Coast Service
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���Bee TMu IS*.     ��arn  Phone IS.
Begbie Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   ia
aay part of tte elty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAU DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
** .T<r,.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF AT 12
MIDNIGHT    ���
SS. Prince Rupert
3500 Tona; 7000 Horsepower,
EVERY SATURDAY FOR VICTORIA
AND SEATTLE
Holiday Excursions
VICTORIA AND REURN |2.70. Go-
Itg by steamers December 23 and 30.
Aak about our service and make reservation, early.
EVERY MONDAY FOR PRINCE
RUPERT
Stewart Queen Charlotte lalanda and
polnta eaat of Print. Rupert cn tha
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Through tickets to Eastern destinations via the Grand Trunk Railway
system Double Track Route. Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Meals a-la-
carte.
TICKET8 TO AND FROM EUROPE.
City Ticket and Freight Offices,
527 Granville 8treet
Telephone:  Passenger, Seymour 7100
Telephone:   .Freight,   .Seymour 3069
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve   7,200,000
The Bank bas over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from tbe Atlantic to the Paciiic,
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New Tork 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.
)
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Tuesday
1:00 P.  M Daily
12:60 Midnight Saturday Only
For  Seattle.
10:00 A. M Dally
11:00 P.  M Dally
For Prince Rupert and Alaska
11:00 P. M Dec. 14th, 23rd, 30th
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
11:00 P. M Dec. 23, January 6th
For  Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M Thursday
For  Upper  Fraser   River   Points.
Leave New  Westminster, 8:00 A.M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack. 7:00 A.  M.; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Gallaijo, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganea Hr. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent New Westmlnater.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
���CANADIAN PACIFIC
--   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 until Jan. 5.       ���
For tickets and   other - particulars
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent
Naw Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A., Vancouver
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
SH to 25 H. P.
I and 4 Cycle.
��
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phona 53.
Tenth  St,  New Weatminater.
YES, WE CAN
CLEAN IT
Our process of Dry Cleaning
and Dying Is MARVELLOUS.
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to cast
aside.
Phone R278 for the Best Work.
Gent's Suits Pressed   -   75c
Gent's Suits Cleaned $1.56 up
royaTcity
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyer*
o. r. ��M.owm, ��ito��.
345 Columbia Btreet.
\
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Mattel
BOWELL * ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 870.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, ' B. C
Telephone R 118. Ofltee: Prlncaes Bt
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
large and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Saviafs
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Bashes* |Acceeats opened
��a favorable tarns.   ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS $48,000,000
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westmlnater.
J. NewsomeJfe Sons
Painters, Paperhangera
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue.'   "' Phdhe 587.
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C
HORSE
BLANKETS
NEW WE8TMIN8TBR,   B. "ft:-
BRANCH
SIS Columbia 8t>��ct
WE have on hand a
full line of Horse
Blankets, Buggy Rugs and
Waterfront Covers. The
Prices are Right and the
Quality is Guaranteed.
I COMPANY, UNITED.
Phone S��, New Westminster, B. C.
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fT   PAOB IWHT
THE DAILV NEWS.
TU8DAV,  DECEMBER  1��,   1B11.
_
SEE OUR. STOCK OF
mas
Goods
CARVERS,
BRASS, COPPER and
NIC&X-PLATED
WARE
TApt��;OJTLERY
GILLETTE SAFETY
City News
Miss Annie Mitchell, of New Westminster, has been appointed school
teacher at White Rock.
Ice cream, all fruit flavors, promptly-
delivered.   Pbone 310.   L A. Held.   *
���nr*
mftsm
nriEO i
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Mistletoe and holly
iHth lldy, tho florist.
103J. '       ..     t*r. ���
galore.    TaUt
Phone 184 ot
���*.
���tr- r
634 Columbia St.
Phone 22-23
ma
Phone R672.
x<,cifr:
-asm
SIS Hamilton St.
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
EavetrougH Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic TmW, Etc.
Brings thoughts of the holi
day season end the gifts for
the family; The very best
gift you can make is an insurance policy ott your life
for the beief ft of your family
It means comfort for them
when you .are gone. Think
it over.
Alfred W. McLeod
FUlNSURAJNGL
Phone
687 Columbia 6t.,
���68. New  Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1882.
THIS MIGHT
HELP YOU
to jde<5Me what to give
For Christmas
W��, at uour.se, can't in this apaoe
list all our stock of holiday goods;
ahall Just mention some. We never
had a stock.so.large and so varied as
now. To appreciate the beautiful new
lines we have you must see thein;
this we Invite you to do���we have ia
part:
Comb and Brush Sets, Travelling
Sets, Ebony; Goods, Ivorvoid Good*,
Brushes fer Hair, Hat, Cloth, Hand.
etc.. Seeing Sets, Manicure Sets,
Jewel Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief
Cases, Cdllar Boxes, Dressing Case*
up to f.lfcOO; Hand Bags from $1.M
to $18.00; Pones from 25c to $6.<)0;
Carryalls.M'ImRrs (band and shaving), Military Brushes (ebony and
ivoryoid), Fancy Combs, Gold Rira
Glasses, Brass Goods (nice sasort-
tnfltat). Fountain Pens. Safety Razors
$1.00 to $1*.00; Cfcocolates, Perfumes
Atomizers. .���.-., ...
Edmonds���Few choap lots, $350 $50
cash.    Held, Curtis & Dorgan.     *"
Mr. W. C. J. Leeths, ot W. J. Kerr
& CO., leaves New Westminster today for Victoria on. business.
The city council adjourned last
night until 5 p.m. Thursday, December 28, on account of the Christmas
holidays.
Great Joy was brought Into the
home Of Dr. and Mrs. Hope on Sunday afternoon, when a girl was born
to tbem. Both mother and daughter
are reported to be doing well.
A public meeting will be held this
evening In the council chamber ai
tbe city hall. This meeting has been
called by the mayor in reply to a
petition presented by several prominent citizens who desire to discuss
civic policies and questions of public
interest.
About that present. How would a
nice flowering plant or basket of
flowers do ? We have them. Tidy,
the florist.    Phone 184 or 1037.   **
At last night's council meeting
nomination day was decided to be
January 8. John Stilwell Clute was
appo'nied returning officer, and
Messrs. Adolphus Peelo, J. A. Poin-
dexter, J. H. Vidal. William McAdam,!
Alfred B. Wintemute, M. W. Min-!
tiiorn, Alexander Ferguson, Charles
W. Ham and William Ho;e polling
clerks. Polling booths will be St.
George's hall, No. 4 flre hall and
No. 5 fire hall|
To cope with the Christmas rush
Held &. McDonald have decided to
keep their store open every evening
during tbe present week. This win
allow their patrons to do their shopping at whatever hour is meist convenient for them ,and will avoid any
unnecessary crowding during the
day. **
Headaches caused from defective
eyesight. Get your eyea tested by
a gruduate optician, and have your
glasses made to suit, satisfaction
guaranteed. W. Gifford Optical Parlors, iu T. Gifford's jewelry .store.   **
Two car trains  are  now  operated
by  the  street railway company    on
thei:'   interurbaa   lines     during     the
rusk hours, and commuters wbo two
In Eburne, Buinaby and at way points
travel In  greater  oomforj..    Trains of I
three   and   four  cars   have  been  run
on  the  Chilliwack  line  before,    and
their operation was made possible by
what is  known as the    multiple-unit
control system, by which two or more
cars can  be cant.olleu from the oue
controller in the iiont car.
ThiB is Christmas week, and business will be heavy in the local stores.
Ueid & McDonald have accordingly
decided to keep their doors open
every evening until the end of the
week, so that their patrons will have
every chance of making their purchases  without undue  rash. �����
A suggestion for a Christmas pres
ent ! An annual membership ticket
in tbe Y. M. C. A. Price of senior
ticket $10.00, intermediate $7.00, and
junior $5.00. *���
Mr. Robert Waisoa, who Is home
fiom New York, will spend his firm
Christmas with parents ior 22 long
flears, during which .'he has been,
traveling about the continent. Mr.
Watson, who is a brother of the flre
chief, is well known in this city, in
Vancouver and in Nanaimo. He is
the owner of a lire escape patent, and
six years ago he went to New York,
where he is at present engaged ln
exploiting his invention. Mr. Watson
intends to stay in New Westminster
for about three months vaulting his
father and mother, and sisters and
brothers, who live in this city. After
that he will return to hia business
in the commercial centie of the
L'nited States.
Last Week Of Christmas Shopping Made Easy At The
Smith Store
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOOD*
SPECTACLES
mos  -
Phone *3: L. D. 71:
NsV*   Westminster.
'-��� '
Res. 72.
B   C.
Christmas
Chocolates
CAOBURYS (English)
ROWMTREES1 (English)
WEBB'S (Canadian)
POpA'AKTS (British Columbia)
Jldcfc   4*4* Columbia Bt
Naw Weatminater. BC.
ma***********
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Christmas shipments forwarded by
the Dominion Exprese company to all
parts of the world. Quickest, safest,
cheapest. Where patrons desire to
ship early and avoid the rush, arrangements can be made for holding
the shipments at destination for delivery the day before Christmas. Special facilities for carrying shipments
to Great Britain. For rates and other
particulars apply at ofTice, plione 9L
Money orders, foreign cheques and
travelers' cheques Issued at lowest
rates.    E. E. Nixon, agent. ������
For Chrlstmaa Wines, Liquors,
Ale and Beer, call at Freeman's
Liquor Store, Front street, or telephone 8. ���*
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o'clock. **
Lot 18, blocks 8 and 9, subdivision
block  B,  full  size, fine  view;   $1150.
$300 cash, balance arranged. Natlon-
j Bl Finance Co., 521 Columbia St. ������
Fine view lots In Sapperton, two
blocks from Columbia street. $400
each. Terms to suit. National Finance
Co..  521  Columbia  St. ������
Money to loan on city property at
8 per cent, five years, with privilege
of repaying in three. National
Finance Co., 521 Columbia St.     *���
We want listings of your property
adjacent to Edmonds. We have the
buyers. National Finance Co., 521
Columbia St. ���*
...yok eios*
INTEREST in thfe store is chiefly centered on things that are
useful to the recipient. , Every
section offers to the Christmas
Gift seeker suggestions that will
make the trouble of shopping
soon forgotten, and pre-releived
of the thought, how to make a
small purse do the most buying.
Every item this store offers
means money saving.
Once again we would ask
you to Shop Early in the
Day.
i
HOW WE MEET THE HANDKERCHIEF RUSH.
Christmas would not be Christmas
without Its cloud of dainty handkerchiefs. They>are the universal and
always welcome gift.
The Smith store could qualify as
the handkerchief centre of the land
ffor Its stock is great.
They  are  gcing just because  they
are  what  careful shoppers  are  looking for.    For today we list:
Women's   linen   handkerchiefs,     with
neat hemstitch, all pure linen, ec 10c
Women's fancy embroidered, all llne-i.
each   20c, 25e, 35c, 50c, 75o
Women's boxed initial handkerchiefs,
pi're .rish linen:
Three ln box for   75c
Six In box lor' ��1.50
Women's   corner  embroider e;1     handkerchiefs, sheer liisli linen, each 280
40c  and   50c
A   SEASON   OF  VELVETS   AND
.SILKS.
This year styles call for a constant
supply of the richer materials, and
consequently our stocks are bettei
than ever in these lines: even a
little heavy at places; hence these
���extraordinary fine Christmas ofters:
Black Velutina velvet, beautiful soft
tl-ih finish: in ideal weight; width 40
inches. Regular J.2.25. Special per
yard $1.85
200 yardt, of silk, in plain checked
and s'r'pes; in all colors and shades.
Included are Taffeta, Messaline and
'Tamoline; black and white, grey and
black and navy and white stripes;
also fawn and white, black and white
and navk and white checks are some
���of the combinations. Regular values
to 75c.   While they la.st, per yard 35c
MESH   BAGS   FOR  CHRISTMAS
CONSIDERATION.
Undoubtedly popular and absolutely
authentic In styles: these bags are
very attractive gift goods, and sure
of an enthusiastic reception from any
woman or girl. Whatever your state
a price we find a bag to meet them.
Prices  from       $1.50  to  $10.00
ATTRACTIVE   SEAL   SUEDE,   ANO
VELVET BAGS.
Truly one of the  greatest  se'ections
of bags you'll find; every shape, size,
style and price can be found in this
range.    Come early and you'll beneiit.
SPECIAL   LOT   OF   BAGS.
In seal grain, suede and velvet;
many pretty novelties with long
cordalier handles. An especially
pretty bag of ��� black velvet
with deep silk fringe and silk cord
handle. Shades in the lot are brown,
green, grey, navy and black. Values
worth $2.50 to $3.50. Christmas
special, each    $2-25
GLOVES���NONE   BETTER   THAN
AT   THIS   STORE���ALWAYS
PROVE   EXCEPTIONAL
GIFTS.
Big Christmas special women's
gloves in suede, French kid, mocha
and dog skin. In shades of grey, tan,
brown, green and black; come with
silk linings; one and two spring
fastening. Values $1.25 and $1.50.
Christmas sale,  per pair   75c
UMBRELLAS AS GIFT8.
Men's and women's umbrellas with
handsome handles and silk and wool
tops, each ... .$1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00
Other more elaborate umbrellas both
for men and women. Prices $5.00,
$6.00,  $7.50  and    ��� ��� .$10.00
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY AND
TUESDAY, $2.00  EACH.
Women's umbrellas, fine silk and
wool covers; extra strong steel (Tame,
bandies in InlalJ wood, pearl, silver
and gold    mountings.    Kxtraordin:.ry
values.
ELABORATE LINENS FOR
CHRISTMAS.
Gathered In thin store is one of tho
greatest selections of fancy linens wo
have ever shown. Representation:*
from Ireland, France, Germany and
Japan. Visit, this store early if for
nothing but to see this display.
FURS ARE GIFTS OF BEAUTY���
NONE MORE APPRECIATED.
We cannot attempt in this Email
space to do justice to thc splendlJ
collection of furs we are showing thl:*
Christmas season. Almost every
style, grade or color a person could
wish and they are all marked at special reduction. Drop in and see for
yourself the values this store offers.
Squirrel Sets  .$15.00 to $35.00
White Foxoline Sets $18.50
Sealette Sets   $18.00 to $50.00
Imitation Persian  Lamb Set     $10.00
Mink Sets  $80.00 to $200.03
Sable Sets  ��� $39.00 to $90.00
The boys of thla city ;aite reported The death occurred on Saturday
to be following a very objectionable night of Mr. Fred Hunter, of the
habit of cuttiag down and carrying Campbell River Lumber company, at
oft other peoples' trees for Chrlstmaa his home in Blaine. Mr. Hunter had
celebrations. Many persons who have been brought home from Hazelmeie,
not as yet fenced their lots bave B. C, in a dangerous condition on
cleared away ,' all the underbrush the morning of the same day, having
around their houses, and left a few been taken suddenly ill with an un-
nlce evergreens standing to beauttty identified disease. Only last Tues-
their property It Is on such trees day Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter,
aB these that, the Juvenile raids are brother and sister-in-law of the de-
sald to have been made, instance* be- -ceased, left for prairie and eastern
ing cited where the youthful ruffians :polnts to book orders and further de-
hacked down the trees, while the velop the business of the flrm, in
owners were sitting at home close Which he and his brother were the
by. ^principal stockholders.
Look !
���<
Hamilton aW��t^ near Twelfth
street, near stfhool. two new five
roomed bungalows, fully modern
and good view..
$3500
$650 cash, balance over five years.
Hamilton ��ir��et, near Twelfth
street, near school, two new six
roomed one 'and a half story
houses, fully   modern   and   good
view. ���;**,���", * , i
$4��ooo
$800 cash, balance over flve years.
Major $ Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
!       B. & M.
FISH MARKET
537 Front St  -   Phone 301
Fresh Salmon (half or whole) lb. 10c
Fresh Cod (half or whole) per lb. .7c
Fresh Rock Cod   3 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Herring  4 lbs. for 25c
j Fresh Soles  3 lbe. for 25c
I B.&M. brand Kippered Salmon, lb. 15c
Smoked Salmon and Halibut, lb. 15c
I Kippers and Bloaters, per lb 10c
j Large Rabbits, each , 35c
Eastern Oysters, per pint  60c
New
Bungalow
(999) We have Just had listed for sale a new modern bungalow
that will be sold below value. The owner is In need of money anl
has put the price low in order to make a sale.
Thla dwelling has seven rooms, has basement and ls piped for
furnace.   Throughout the house the best of material has been used
Price $2,750
The location is pleasant, having a splendid view ahd beins handy
to local tnd Vancouver car lines.
The terms are easy, only a few hundred dollars being required,
and the balance can be paid monthly lf desired.
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Delivery 10 a. m. and 4 p.
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Established  1801,  Incorporated   1905.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front St.'
f J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
Head Offlee, New Westmlnatsr.     (tranches at Vancouver    Victoria
Chilliwack and Aldergrove. B.C.

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