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 8NAP IN WEST END.
One   acre   subdivided   on   Seventh
Avenue (upper   side).   $4000;    one-
third cash, balance 6,    12   and   18
months.
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
II     ��� SNAP ���
New fi*e roomed Bungalow; owner
must isll; will Uke $800 caah, and
|\the balance over long term.   See MC
at once.
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
VOLUME 6, NUH4BER 218.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENT*
EMPIRE NAVY STAEE
Said to Have Been Formed
fay Churchill.
WILL PROMOTE EFFICIENCY
la Result of the Growth of Dominion
Navies and Criticism of Party
Politicians.
London, Nov. 20.���The Right Hon.
Winston Churchill Is credited wltb
having formed a regular naval war
staff at tbe admiralty, though as yet
no official announcement baa been
made.
Tbe new first lord is nothing lf not
ambitious, and one of bis very first
acts baa been to thoroughly analzye
the whole administrative force of the
navy so that, If possible, economic)
can be made where tbey are needed
without ln tbe least imparing the ef
fiency of the fleet. The very word
economy In connection with the navy
is usually used as a rod for the first
lord's back whenever bis opponent
wishes to arouse the apathy of the nation, so that Mr. Churchill had to find
an expedient by which he could practice economy and yet add to the fight
ing value of the force on whicb tbe
whole empire depends.
The creation of tbis staff should
not be one of much difficulty. It will
be something of the nature of an
evolution, for ever since tbe cabinet
committee in 1908 Investigated the
condition of the navy, a naval
council has been in being at the
mlraity.
Colonial Representatives
The navy generally, and more
tlcularly the younger officers,
cordially support the fiist lord in his
decision to create a war staff at the
admiralty. It has become increasingly felt that, such an organization
has become essential in view of the
rapidity with which ths whole international situation is n; t to change,
the Immense power of sudden attack
which- modern naval armaments confer on an enemy, an.l the consequent
need for tfar preparations In time of
peace, and the complications of the
| arrangements for the defence of Hrit I
interests which has ailsen since
De oversea dominions decided to i
ttimd navies of their own in close as
Station with the British fleet.
���\heady Canada and Australia bave
JMdrmlned lo establish feels ol tbeir
wn. If for no other reason, a war
Staff at the admiralty ts necessary, io
'���rder to promote that unity of Idea*
rhlch renders co-operation In war effective. There is no machinery at
present for Unking the British flee'.
with the fleets of the oversea d.-mln
ions, because tliere is at present no
department at the a Imiralty which
expresses the reasoned mind of the
navy on miitteig of naval policy. Tha
four sea lords are already overworked. It will le one of thr- peculiar
functions of the war staff, it may he
presumed, not merely to study the
problems which the sea defences of
the Emi Ire present, but to advise the
daughter navies as they develop. The
aim, no doubt, will be to prevail on
the Dominion governments to establish naval war staffs, and unquestionably arrangements will be made, as In
change of officers, so as to ensure
unity of ideas.
Such a war staff would also be linked with the stalls of lhe admirals in
command of the principal fleets, ensuring that the officers lolling theso
wnr
ad
par-
will
DMT BLOCK SOLD
FOR ENORMOUS SUM
High Water Mark Touched for Prices
on Columbia Street When Property Fetches $155,000.
A real* estate deal which records
the high water mark in real estate
prices yet touched on Columbia street
waa consummated on Saturday last,
althi ugh It has not yet passed Into
current comment among business people of the city. On Saturday a deal
was Completed by which tbe Dupont
building, on the southwest corner of
Columbia and Mackenzie streets,
changed hauls at tbe flne price of
$166,000.
The Dupont block measures 88 feet
on Columbia street, and, being 132
feet deep, lt extends back as far as
Front' street, where the frontage ls
the sane as that on New Westmln-
ster's premier business thoroughfare.
Several business Arms have found location! In the block, and it is Mr. A.
R. Daniels, of Daniels and Loot,, the
firm 'Carrying on husiness In The Fair,
adjoining the Edison theatre, who
carried through tbe deal. Mr. Daniels
announces that the purchaser prefers
that hli name be not published.
The Dupont block is/part of what is
known as the Myers estate. Mr.
Darffels was part owner in the build-
Ins. the sale of which and the price
paid'for It are eloquent testimony of
the value of centrally situated properties in the Royal City.
SCATHE'S WATER
FAMINE SERIOUS
WAR IN EAST LIKELY
Russia Severs Relations With
Persia.
TROOPS  ALREADY MASSED
Persia Sends No Reply   to    Russia's
Demand for Apology���Britain and
Germany Interested.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 20.���A message
from Baku says that a steamer has
left for Persia with a Russian' regiment and full fleld equipment aboard.
HOSPITAL AGAINISOME 4CTIVITY THO'
I LITTLE PROGRESS
All Interested Boards to be
Asked to Meet
AMBULANCE   GETS   ABUSE
Alderman Henley    Makes   Pun���"Alphonse and Gaston"���Vancouver
Firm Gets Contract.
Washington, Nov. 20.���Russia's ag.
gressive action against Persia baa
brought about a crisis tbat bas driven
the latter country to appeal to tbe
powers for assistance.
Persia desires an Investigation of
the Russian entanglement for u
chance to submit the entire case to
"The Hague court.' It Is understood
Russia has ignored both requests and
Is continuing a i olicy which Persia
fears will threaten its independence
and integrity before a case can bo
presented to tbe world. It is believed
the note sent Uy England asking for
assistance in having the matter adjudicated has heen sent also to the
United States an.l other nations. Thus
far this country has taken no hand In
the Persian affair, although the crisis
general, who was recommended to
Persia by the American stute department.
A cablegram received hy the Persia
American Educational socMy in
Washington today from the
Citizens of Calcutta, follows: "The
Persians assembled protest agalnsl
_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^________ .foreign aggression In Persia and ex-
Hospitals, Apartments, Hotels Without , p(rt the American nation to support
ui i ..    .   * ..    i    /.���      _,        I Mr. Shuster."
Water or Heat���Schools Closed���    '
Streets In Darkness.
has developed largely around W. Mor  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
gan Shuster, the American treasurer-1 and partial maintenance of the hospi
Echoes of the storm were beard at
last night's meeting of tbe city coun
cil, though already tbey had become
distant and subdued, and were only
projected into the meeting last night
as complaints about flooding of cellars.
Questions of some standing came
up, like the relation of the Royal Columbian hospital to the current needs
of the city in the matter of hospital
accommodation, and those questions
were discussed ln some new aspects.
It was Alderman Dodd wbo reported
that the health committee met with
the hospital board yesterday after
noon. He thought the city council
should authorize the city clerk to
write to the several bodies represent
ed on the board of hospital directors,
to see lf a meeting of those bodies
could be arranged for and their views
heard, with regard to the question ol
the city taking over the management
Seattle, Nov. 20.���Seattle's water
famine, at first a subject of Jest, has
now become alarming. All of Seattle's
principal residence section is deprived
of water. The schools are closed and
hospitals, apartment houses and fashionable hotels cn the hills are without
water and steam heat.
Water is being hauled to the houses
and hospitals in wagons. Private
householders can obtain water by go-
Teheran,   Nov. 20.���Diplomatic   re-i
latons with Russia have ceased.   The I
regent    has   persuaded      Samsatn-Es
Sultaneh. the   premier   who res gned
cn November 13, to form a new cabinet.
Over a week    ago the premier resigned  an.l the natipnal  council,    on
tal. That was the view expressed at
the ineeting in the afternoon, and the
adoption of that view would come
sooner or later. Some means woull
have to be devised whereby the city
Persian ! council would stand behind the hospl
tal board in a financial way. That
would involve a voice in the adminis
tratlon of the affairs of tbe hospital.
Among the .members of the council,
he said, the consideration that prevailed was the necessity of providing
adequate hospital accommodation foi
the city. He moved that the city
clerk be instructed as he had indicated.
A Rift in the Lute.
Alderman  Bryson said    that    after
what had happened at the   meeeting
that  afternoon  he  was disposed    to
the advice of Mr. Shuster, the Ameri- j take exception to the resolution    pro
can financial agent, ordered his pro-
, perty confiscated, in spite of the pr>
���'tests of the Russian consul the order
'was carried out and Kussia derrand>d
an apolocy.   When this was not fo'th
posed by Alderman Dodd. Ile though'
it would be better for any proposal ot
this sort to come from the hospital
board. If the council showed itself too
ea?-'?r in the matter ueop'.e might tsm*
iiuuwjuoiueiB can uuiaiu water oy go- . ._-   ,   .-       - -
ina to ttife reservoirs which still hold gomlns she sent an ultimatum to Te- lain to believe the counctl wanted
a taw. days supply lor the downtown heran statins that aniens an Iramedl |ta** hold ot the hospital and mi
-���-������-*���   'T*W �����        |ate apology -was made a Uuselan tore i 'The hospital belonged, ona might
Talesman In and Out of Jury Box   in
McNamara Trial���One Sleeps���
Some Sick.
Los Angeles, Nov. 20.���Talesmen
popped ln and out of the Jury box ln
the McNamara murder trial today,
making a scene of some activity, but
small progress. The activity died
down ln the afternoon session under
an extended examination ol M. F.
Mooney, a talesman, and lt became
necessary for a bailiff to awaken one
man who went to sleep in court. V.
F. McBurney, a builder, was passed
as to cause by both sides.
Talesman Mooney was a miner in
Lackawanna county, Pennsylvania, 40
years ago, and he then belonged to a
union. He is an Irish-Catholic, as Is
James B. McNamara. Since leaving
Pennsylvania, Mooney ha3 belonged to
thc National Association of Stationary
Engineers, which is not affiliate I with
the American Federation of Labor. He
also ls a member of the Los Angeles
Catholic Mutual Beneflt association,
of which Attorney Joseph Scott, of
counsel for the defence, is a member,
and ho knows Scott.
CHINESE CONFIRM
STORY Of MASSACRE
Only   Two   Provinces   Now   Left
Manchus���No Telegraph from
Sian Fu.
to
Peking. Nov. 20.���Chinese officials
confirm the report that a massacre ot
foreigners as well as Manchus has oc
curied at Sian Fu. The legations believe that the report will prove true.
There were 40 loreigners in Sian Fu
and many missionaries in the smalle,
Shen Si towns. Up to the presan:
only Chinese reports have been received regarding tbe massacre.
There has been no telegraphic o,'
postal communication with Sian Fu
lor more than three weeks.
Although no such statement Is made
officially,  it  is  the  belief  here  that
TO DEEPEN ERASER
To Build Mile and Half Jetty
at New Year.
WOIK WILL COST A Miunr
Contracts Called for by Government
Up to Dec. 19, Will Be Finished
by End of 1M2.
Ottawa, Nov. 20.���A dispatch
the improvement of the main
n>l of the Fraser river, mak lac It
available for deep sea shipping;, wfll
be commenced early in the year aad
will be completed before the end off
1912.
The department of public worto bom
given It's approval to the scheme tm
outlined by Engineer Le Baron, tte
Misslssippl river engineer, whom tte
public bodies of New Westminster em-
gaged flve years ago to report
best methods of permanently"
lng the entrance to the river.
In pursuance of this tbe government'
is now calling for tenders up to December 19 for the construction ot *
Jetty cn the Steveston side Ot tte
river which wiil stretch for a mile nad
a half Into the gulf. If thia is to-
effectual a corresponding Jetty will te
built on the opposite aide of tte
river.
The work will cost one million dollars.
Mr. Le Baron reported flre yon*
ago on the best methods and imunsa
mended a long Jetty which "would te
a source of help to the river iu carrying out the sediment aad obviate
dredging.
ANNUAL MEETING OF,
LIBERAL ASSOC!
Call d for Monday, the 27th, (n EagSis;
Hall���Election of Officers ta
Take Place*.
The annual meet'.ng   of   the   New-
Westminster City Liberal association
called
���Ustrtet. _^^_^^__^^_.^^_
Mayor Dllling hns requested manufacturers to discontinue the use of city
water. The water in Vhe reservcii.;
will last three days and the city engineer promises that before the expiration of that time the pipe line
from Cedar river will be' repaired.
Orders were given today for the laying of pipe to cennect the old Lake
Washington pumping station with the
low service mains. This plant has not
been used for years and is inadequate
apology j_^_^^^_^^^^^_^^^__
would be sent to Teherun. To make
good her threat she bessn massing
troops about a hundred miles north
of the cai Ital. ferula made no reply
and tbe breaking off of negotiating
followed.
Brigandage and Disorder.
It is only a little over two years
since the last Russian expedition entered Teheran. The Russian forre
crossed the frontier and Teheran,
which was surrounded by revolution-
run ��t.\ Manila to China   on   the  J*     ���
^fcay. 1 Sheridan ls to be found to tha cwOst-
to the board of management ot    the 1 ence  ot  this  understanding  between
Royal Columbian hospital, lf the boarijthe powers, whicli will prevent any ot
to supply  the city,  but   would  be of ary bands was   entered    with    much
great    service    in  case    of    flre  in flghting in July, 1909.    Ibe Shah wan
the downtown district. deposed by the national council   and
Seattle's streets were dark tonight, his son, eleven years of age, raired to
The city had arranged with tbe power the throne. Political disturbances con-
{companies to use their surplus current tinued and a military mutiny in Te'ie-
for the clty's^lrcles.   To han lie   the ran was suppressed In August, 1910.
extra load the Seattle Electric company put its emergency steam plant
into service, but the_clty officials decided that this required the use of too
much water  and  ordered  the  steam
In the provinces bri.Tan:'age and disorder have been rife for years, and
the Insecurity of the southern trade
rout.-s was such that Britain notified
the Persian government   tbat   unless
appointments afloat have ��tudled"tho '��]��(*ot ^own, P,e/errlnS unllghted measures were undertaken to police
work of war organization an 1 are ac- i streets to tbe use of any water that them she would undertake the work
eiiainied with the larger poll y cf tho l���?? *�� ***** ,or emergency ^herself    Persia failed to suppress thi
admiralty In addition to pumping water from   brigands and  within  the  last month
lt will   act as !>n extension of   tho , Lakejtfashlngton into the low service  Britain has despatched two regiments
mind of the (lr>t sea lord. \.no is iv-
spr.nsible for the ri a.l ness of tlle
fleet, and wil conduce, lt is believed,
to a continuity of naval policy which
has hitherto (wen lamentably wanting, wilh the res-ilt that millions of
poi:nils sterling have from time to
time been wasted on ships which tho
navy did not want, schemes of defence which bad to subsantlal rais.n
d'etre, and projects of one kind and
another which have absorbed money,
time and energy, sorely required lu
other directions.
8TART ENQUIRY INTO
UB "WASHINGTON"
AFFAIR
Portland, Ore., Nov. 20.���Investigation into the conduct of Captain
George Winkle, master of the steam
schooner Washington, which wltn
nearly GO passengers narrowly escaped foundering on Peacock Spit at the
mouth of the Columbia river on November 13, was held here to&iy by
local United States Inspectors Edwards and Fuller. The evidence of
the captain and members'of the crew
was in accord that the bar was not
dangerously rough when the Washington departed from Astoria November
12. and that the craft was nearly over
the bar wben the lashing of her deck
load cf lumber gave way, immediately
after which her engines came to a
dead stop and thenceforth refused to
work".   Without   motive   power   and
mains' Mayor Dllling decided tonight
! to Install four pumps at Swan lake
and rrom that body supply 10,000,000
.gallons of water dally.
Three pumps for Swan lake have
' been secured in Seattle and an order
' was telegraphed to Portland tonight
, for the fourth. >
Mayor-Dllling estimated that thc
normal consumption of water In
Seattle at this season of the year is
130,000,000 gallons daily. The volun-
jteer and Lincoln park reservoirs will
be empty by midnight. The city will
then draw its supply from the Beacon Hill reservoir which contains
00,000,000 gallons.
Seattle, Nov. 20.���A telephone mes-
the crest of
of Hindus to the Persian gulf,
Spheres of Influence.
Russia, Britain and Germanv have
nil vital interests in Persia. RussH
snd Britain some time ago. dialled
the country into two spheres of influence. Russia takin? t'.ie north and
Britain the south, while between the
two was left a neutral zone where i
was agree! that the enterprises of
the two nations should iro forward in
friendly rivalry. Wlth'n this neutnl
zone and close to the western frontle ���
against which Germany has inaugurated a silent but persistent catnoalm
lies one of the greatest oil fields in
the worldi Germany hopes to drive
her Influence like a wedge between
wanted a change It was up to them to
ask for it, and for the council to
meet them. If there hai been noth
ing said that day. he would not have
attached so much importance to the
order of procedure in the matter.
Mayor Lee r.aid he had been present
at the meeting part of tlte time, and
be had heard nothing obejctionable.
The proceedings had been most
agreeable and harmonious while be
was present.
Alderman Bryson said one of the
members of the boar! said he did not
want this thing to go through, because it was only a real estate deal, j
Mayor Lee: "Was he a member ofl
tbe hospital .board ?" |
Alderman Bryson:   "Yes."
Mayor Lee:    "NobDdy would attach
any importance   to a remark   of that
kind."
Alderman Dodd agreed with tbe
mayor. Ile said hospital accommoda
lion was as essential to the welfare
of the citizens and the repute of the
city as anything that could be con
ceived. He di.l not think they should
quibble over such 'a small thin? as o
remark like the one Alderman Bryson
had quoted "I dqn't think." continued
the alderman, "that in a matter so
serious as tbis we should do tbe
Alphonse and Gaston act and wait for
each otber to move. (Laughter.) We
know the Royal Columbian hospital iu
full to its utmost capacity, and that
the board has not got tbe means or
facilities to meet the demands put up
to it. I don't think Alderman Bryson
should take a remark of that kind
very seriously. I doa't care what peo
pie say about me. It ts only theit
opinion, and what does a man need to
care about things like that."
Alderman Bryson: "It Alderman
Dodd doesn't care what people aay
ahout him he haa changed very much.
(Laughter.)    I too may reach that
sage from Renton that ....��� ���.w. ~.      .._________________*__,
the Cedar river flood passed tonight i Britain and    Russia    in the neutral
and the water la falling slowly. ;*��ne **>* i�� also working by means
The flood has apparently shifted t. �� }** BMad  railway io sap Rus- u -       h.Mn,,,
the White River valley, a fertile dls- "'a* trade.   This road which hea   Tef*tage some day. at present I haven t.
trict aouth of Seattle, where the water M���   a? ,t8 ultimate   goal will   c'tt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       'across  'every   one of the profl-ablc
trade routes from   the   Caucasus   to
the Persian gulf,
tl will be seen that the breaking o**
of friendly relations between Teheran
and St. Petersburg really open a new
Fastern question snd atir up   a trouble that   might easily draw   In   tha
great nations of Western Europe.
ls rising rapidly,
Damage has been done to property
In the small towns between bere and
Tacoma and many farms are ruined.
FIRE DESTROYS BARN
���-������. HORSES ARE SAVED
A f|re which was fortunately unat
tended by anything more serious than
property loss, and that to the exten'
of from $400 to $500, oecured about
ten o'ciock yesterday morning at the
corner of   Carnarvon   and    McNeely
with an unfavorable wind, it was said, street!, where a barn was practically
the steamer was blown towards the destroyed. The barn was owned by
spit. Captain Winkle tostlfied that ho!Joseph Wise, and was rented by F.E,
l-elieved tbat one of the lashings had j Cameron, who usually has about
become tangled In tho propeller. This twelve horses stabled there. Only
was corroborated 1>y Second Officer twr Worses we'e in the barn when the
Balsde" H. Panpon, who *���%;,: t. outbreait of flre r.-as discovered, and
from un examination he ha.l mode these were removed to safety by C.
with a plkepole he was convince') ; Hamilton. There waa the usual com
there waB a rope entangled a.ound motion among Orientals resident ln
the propeller. ' the immediate neighborhood*
Attempt Jail Break. ��
Olympia. Wash., Nov. JO.���After ae*
curing saws and ehisels with which to
make their escape from, Uie county
jail, George Dougherty, charged with
murder, and Arthur Bohr, charged
with grand larceny, locked George
Wilson tn his cell. Wilson was convicted of the murder of Mr. and Mra.
Archie Coble at Rainier, and the other
two feared tf he escaped extra efforts
would bo made to recapture them.
Tha two had three bars sawed out
r'hen t>erntv Rherif Merv,.'e ���nt��~��<i
the Jail aad prevented their aucceaa.
Alderman Gray said that if the
board thought as a body that a chango
ln the management, standing and
equipment of the hospital was necessary .the councll ahould not be slow
to show their approval.
Alderman Dodd: "We are the
elected representatives ot the people,
elected to look after their needs. It
la up to ua to see that proper hospital
accommodation ls provided. The hospital board has done good wqrk in the
past, hot they have reached a certain
limit. They are not directly responsible to the people; we aro. I think
tt ls up to ua to make the flrat moye.'-
' Mayor Lee aaid It did Hot make
much difference who made the flrat
move, At the same.time,jMa waa a
-matter of the flrat public importance
The suggestion waa that the counctl
them assuming a preponderating posi
tion in China.
Taking the ground that Minister
Calhoun at Peking is in much better
position than any one in Washington
to look after the safety of Americans
in China, the state department has
not instructed him to order all Americans in the Interior to proceed to the
treaty ports, but has left him to deal
with the situation as circumstances re-'
quire
There has been ^fo confirmation of
the reported killing of missionaries in
Sben SI province and such an event
would certainly have been reported by
Mr. Calhoun if within his knowledge.
The state department, regarding Yuan
Shi Kai as the person now responsible
for the steps being taken to improve
conditions in China, is watching with
the gieatest care bis attitude toward
foreigners, to make sure tbat he is
doing everything possible to avert
danger fo their lives and property.
That the Imperial government is
now practically ln control of but two
pro-inces of all China���Chi Li and
Honan���is the subsTTnce of a despatch
receive:! at the department today.
Washington, Nov. 20���Reiterated reports that Japan or Russia or some
other nation had landed large forces
of trcops in China and was mobilizing
soldiers for that purrose have failed
to create even a ripple of excitement
ln the state department.
Soms weeks ago the department
sounded the foreign officers of the
countries chiefly interested in China,
as to what should be done ia a military way to meet the developments of
the revolution.
The result of the inquiry was not
made public, but it was of such a
character that the officials here do
not expect that sucb reports of independent action without consultation
among the other powers are at all likely to prove authentic.
London, Nov. 20.���A new despatch
to the Exchange Telegraph Company
from Tientsin states that the report
of a massacre of foreigners at Sian
Fu, capital of Shan Si, la confirmed.
Confirmation from other sources, however, la lacking.
A number of engagements have
beea fought and the loyalists have recaptured many cities. There were
considerable losses oa both aides. An
expedition that waa aent to retake
Sin Chang Hsta, about 30 mllea
southwest of Cheng Til, lcat between
400 and 600 men. accord ng to re-
ensuing year and the healing ot   r��
ports, addresses, etc.
The officers electrd ln November-
last and serving for the current ass��
elation year are: President, George
Kennedy; first vice-president, J. J.
Johnston; se-ond vie ���'-pres d.-nt A.
Hardman; third vice-president. C. B
Deans: secretary-treasurer, E. Gouletr
executive. M. Phillirs, John Reid, J.
S. Bryson, A. E. Kclllngtoo, P. Doug
las, W. S. Johnson ani P.. Buckland.
Recognizing that they bave duties to-
perform, only less important in oppo I i
tion than in the government. Liberals -
will doubtless turn out in good
bers at these meetings.
RULER Of DOMINGO
IS ASSASSINATED
After Record Reign
Caceres, President,
cf Plot.
cf   Fpur ��� Yeara
Is Victim
Washington. Nov. 20.���President
Cacares, of thc Dominican republic,
waa shot yesterday as he ' left the
hpuse of Leonde Vasquez, at Sao Don
ingo City, where he had made a csdL
He died half an hour later fn tbe
American legation, whither ho warn
taken. Tbe flrst shots of his assailants, Luis Tejara and Jaime Mote, Je*.
according to advices received " "
at the state department, were
effective.
The wounded president flrat
shelter ta a stable adjoining tte
American legation, hut his aassllsate
pursued him thither snd closing in
upoa aim flred more shots. Friends ��r
President Cacares dragged him to tte-
American legation, where ha dlad ae
5:30 o'clock.
WasljJngtcn, Nov. 20.���Ramon da-
ceres, president of San'o Dmuf���n, >
was aasasataated by political malaem-
tenta, according to reports to the state
ment today.     No uprising tte
department
yet followed.    ,^^^^^^^^^^^^
Cablegrams conveying news of tte
assassination, flled last night
delayed iu transit
Mr. Russel. American m'ntoter
Santo Domingo, ia la thia comtry
portBi 	
The revolutionary movement in that ]��*?��    Tka secretary, Mr.
district ta largely la tho handa of the |a acting aa cnarve d'affaf
lawless who are not yet cooperating)   ft la       ""   "'
(Continued on page four)
with the leader of the general more- iceret hai fallen a victimio one offite-
mont.  A latter from Chung,Kin, dated cbamctartrtle Dominican rtesu   * In
il
should Uke up the- question officially October 31, says the British consul has known that   Caceraa* adirtalWijiiua-
and discuss the advisability;;.*t takingl^-""" "" ""^^' ''~ *- iV-'   ��� -  '?H5!S-       - .*m*vmw-
over the Royal Columbian hospital In
the interests of the general public ao
ordered all ntladUmaries down to ��h* '^dnh few^jfewi ^ura,���*n- almost te*-
rirer and It la exacted that they will nreoedentad r��riod In Matfak-aa Ms-
leave cn Nov. 6.   A general evaeua- tory, haa 1*^^*ltW'-Xi-mWi^^t^r''
���'"��� " "i""*;;.".1 '���. "'*. >'"> '!*[>  .<���* aovsral    wandedaed '    -----'���
(Continued on Pago Tlm) plota.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
Wants
WANTED���THREE SMART SALES
ladies, with some experience preferred: also boy for delivering parcels. Apply mornings 9 to 12. Ths
T. H. Smith Co., Ltd.
WANTED-BY AN ENGLISH WOM-
an, situation as general help. Apply L. K., Edmonds P. O.	
WANTED���A RELIABLE MIDDLE
aged woman, desires maternity
case, care of child and light housework. Charges moderate. Phone
824.
JAPANESE    WANTS      WORK    ON
farm; can milk cow.   No. 13 Blackie
Btreet. New Westminster.
WANTED ��� THREE    FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms.   Hox H, News
office. 	
TO EXCHANGE���A LARGE LOT IN
Hastings Townsite for lumber of
any kind. Box C. 50, Dally News
office.  -'
FOR EXCHANGE���A LARGE DOU-
ble corner in Hastings Townsite
for a lot or house ln New Westminster.    Box  C50  News.
WANTED���I HAVE CLIENTS FOR
houses and vacant property in Sapperton. Kindly send me your listings. Geo. E. Fleming, Room 6, 310
Columbia street.
FOR SALE
FOR 8AL�� OR RENT���A BIX ROOM
ed house with all modern convent
ences.    Apply 214 Sixth avenue.
PIANO FOR SALE ��� $600 VOSE
piano for $300, at Vldal's Warehouses.
FOR SALE���OWNER MUST HAVE
money, will sell flve acres near Porl
Mann for only $185 an acre. Essy
terms. Apply Fleming, 310 Columbia
Etreet. Sapperton.
FOR SALE���50 FOOT LOT, TWO
minutes walk from Edmonds sta
tion; fine view. $400 cash. National
Finance Co., Ltd., 521 Columbia
Btreet.
FOR SALE���33 FOOT LOT. SIX
blocks from Edmonds station. Good
view. Two wide streets. $325. One-
third cash, balance arranged. Na
tional Finance Co., Ltd., 521 Colum
bia street.
WANTED���WORK OF ANY KIND.
Used to gardening and horses. Apply  Box S, Dally News.
WANTED KNOWN FULL INFOR-
tnation on divorce laws of Nevada
and other states sent on receipt
of 25c each. Western Information
Bureau Goldfleld, Nev.
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know that I am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
ln the city and will deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or district. Milk,
9 quarts for $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint. Phone your order to R 873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
boro, Lulu Island.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Ap
ply J. S. McKinley, Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
FOR SALE���MALLEABLE RANGES,
$1 down and ?i a week; no interest; four styles; old stoves taken In
exchange. Canada Malleable Range
Co.    Phone 996, Market Square.
FOR SALE���SIX OF THE CHEAP-
est lots in the west end. on Eighth
avenue, having a southwest view
facing tbe river and gulf. Lots
55x110 and 118. Very liberal terrm.
Phone L179, or call 1303 Eighth
avenue.
FOR SALE���TWO 62x132 FOOT
lots; very light clearing; two and
a half blocks from Twelfth street
tram. Fine view. $925 each; one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months. National Finance Co., Ltd.,
521 Columbia street.
WANTED.
Wanted an assistant for the Manual Training School. Applicants must
hold a B. C. certificate. State qualifications and salary required. Applications much reach the secretary, Mr. E.
C. Davey, by noon of the 27th inst.
WANTED.
Public school teachers wanted In
the city schools. Applications must
reach the secretary, Mr. E. C. Davey,
by noon of the 27th Inst.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���A 5-ROOMED HOUSE
with chicken house: also two unfurnished rooms with use of bath
and basement. Enquire 1308 Ca i-
boo 6treet, city.
TO   RENT���ONE   BEDROOM   WITH
use of bath and phone.    Apply 619
Hamilton street, or vbone Kt>lu.
Notice is hereby given that a Court
of Revision on the Householders'
Voters' List will be held on Wednes
day the 15th day of November, 1911,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the
Council Chamber, City Hall, Nee
Westminster, B. C.
Dated this 8th day of November,
1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
The above mentioned Court of Ravi.
sion is adjourned until Wednesday, th-
 22nrt   flay   ot   November,   1911,   at  the
FOR RENT���SIX  ROOMED    HOUSE lBame time and P,ace-
at Edmonds.    Rent $22 per    month 1     City Hall, November 15, 1911.
Apply   to  Wm.   McAdam,   Ucom   lfl \ \\. A. DUNCAN,
West minster Trust block. City Clerk.
TO LET���A NICELY FURNISHED
room for one or iwo gentlemen. Apply 703 Agnes street.
FOR RENT���MODERN HOUSE OF
seven rooms on Fifth street. Electric light fittings, blinds and linoleum left In house. Furnace, bath
and modern plumbing. Large lot.
Rent $40 per month. Sherriff, Rose
& Co., 648 Columbia street. Phone
832.
NOTICE   OF   SALE.
TO KENT���TWO FRONT I3ED-
rooms. one double and one single.
Fire place in each. 205 Carnarvon
street.
TO RANT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, hot and cold water night
and day.   543 Front street.
FOR RENT ��� TWO BEDROOMS
with sitting room to let to gentlemen only. Breakfast if desired.
Telephone and modern conveniences. Five minutes from tho
post office. Terms moderate. En
quire Phone  R  414.
LOST.
LOST���BETWEEN  ST.    ANDREW'S
church and St. George Street, an
amethyst brooch set with pearls,
Finder return to BL Andrew's
manse and rei-eive suitable reward.
Varden No. lfl, Sons of Norway,
���meet In Eagles hall the flrst and
third Wednesdays of each month at
8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. KROGBETH,
President.
J. J. AUNE,
Financial Secretary.
SG\NADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Winter Schedule
In effect at 24:01, November 5, 1911
Trains Will Leave as follows:
Toronto Express at    8:55
���Soo Express at   13:50
.Imperial Limited at  19:40
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon of Friday, the lst day of December, 1911,
for the purchase of the following described property, viz.: Part (i
acres) of the East half of the West
half of the Southerly portion of D.L.
380, Group 1, New Westminster District of the Province of British Columbia (close to C. P. R. Station at
New Westminster Junction).
Terms cash. The highest of any
tender not necessarily accepted.
Dated this 9th day of November,
1911.
W. F. Hansford, P. O. Box 285, New
Westminster, B. C.
Solicitor for Executor Estate of
late Alexander Stewart McLean, deceased.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that all
persons having any claim against the
estate of the late Alexander Stewart
McLean of the Municipality of Coquitlam, who died on or about the
31st day of August, 1911, at New
Westminster, R. C, are required oa
or before the lst day of December
1911, to send by post prepaid to the
unrlerKiuned solicitor for Joseph
Travers, Esquire, tho Executor of the
said estate, their names and addresses and full particulars of their
claims In writing and a statemeni
of their accounts antl the nature of
the securities, if any, held by thsm
antl such statement shall be verified
by statutory declaration.
And take notice that after the lst
day of December, 1911. Joseph Trav-
eiR. Esquire, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased,
having regard only to the class of
which he shall then have had notice,
and will not be liable to any person
of whose claim he shall not then
have had notice.
Dated this lst day of November,
1911.
W. F. Hansford, New Westminster,
B. C, Solicitor far said  Executor.
SPIRITUALISM
A Spiritual meeting wlll be held at
Mr. J. Clark's residence, Inman avenue, Central Park, near station.
Thursday evening at 8 p.m. All are
welcome.    Literature   for   sale.       *���
Tor   tickets   and   other   particulars
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent.
New Westminster.
Or II. W.  Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver   Curtis Block
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. ROD
LAND   REGISTRY   EXPERT
Titles    Examined,    Land Registry
Tangles  Straightened out.
City Box 482
THE   STEEL   TRUST.
Suit Just Begun by United States Government Likely to Be Long.
Since it required nearly flve years
for the United States Governmnct to
secure from the Supreme Court the
orders for the dissolution of the
Standard Oil and Tobacco Trusts, and
since It will be another year, probably
before their dissolution is complete,
it is probable that the suits just begun
against the Unl'ed States Steel Corporation will drag on for many ye.irs.
Many things may happen in that time;
there may be oppoitunities for the
suit to be discontinued, for instance,
and holders of United States Steel S3-
curlties have every reason to be reassured when reflecting on the tesult
of the war against ths trusts. The
Sherman law, under which the present prosecution is undertaken, has
been* on the statute books fo.- more
than twenty years and up to date not
a single great combination in restraint cf trade has been crushed.
Two or three have been dissolved.
Seven years a?o the Northern Securities Company was dissolved, but the
control of the Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy Railroad still remains In ih;
custoiy of the Great Northern and t ie
Northern Pacific, which are dominated
by the same interests that the Govern
ment sought to dislodge. Even the
Northern Securities Is still a corpai-
aie entity, with a greally-reduced capital.
Values Increase Despite Suits.
If there was a sharp depression ln
the prices of Uni'ed Sta'es Steel there
Is more than a probability that it was
the public, and not ihe "wicked partners," whom the government is supposed to be pursuing, that sold lhe
shares. It has been Intimated that
the Steel Trust insiders had mere
than an Inkling as to what was about
to happen, and that they fe'zed. the
opportunity to sell at normal prices
great quantities of the stock. When
the announcement was made that the
government had entered suit the stock
fell, and the "Intetests" bought it
bick again. No doubt, ih^y comf-rS
ed themselves with the reflection that
in November, 1906. t'-e day the government brought suit against Standard Oil, that stock sold at 565, and
ihat the day following it scld at 550,
but that it sold at 697 the day rfter
the Supreme Court ordered Its dissolution in May last. Moreover, Tobacco stock advanced from 290 to 500
in the four years the government w-is
fighting the corporation through the
courts.
The Ste'I Trade Consolidation.
The   United   States   Steal   Co-poratlon has a capitalization of $1,100,000,-
(100 and a history of tcn years.    The
late John W. Gates is sadi   to   have
been the man who first conceived th"
idea of having all the steel manufac
hirers ln the United Slates enter into
a combination, but the schemes was
not entertained when he proposed P.
Previous  to the year 1898 the s'eel
business  of   tbe   Un'te.i   Sta es   was
done   by hundreds   of concerns   that
worked  independently and in eppos'-
tion  to each other, save   in   certain
territories where   manufacturers   had
*>**,  ���inrlerstan'Mn"' to the nprnsltn ef. j
feet.  Between 1898 and 1909,'howaver
a revolution   100K  place  In  ihe  steel
and lrcn trade.    The cmaller companies began to amalgamate, and  In the
course of three yeais or so thQ t>isi-
ness that had been done by a thtma-
and smaller concerns was being dune
by a dozen great corr orations.   Tliere
were  a few  inderendent   companies,
as  there aro  today, but   before   tbe
United States Steel Corporati n  waa
formed  ninetcnths  of thp steel  business of the country was in the hands
of a dozen com; auks.
The Threat of Ccmp tition.
In 1900 the cms lid toi h d beet
brought to the l oin wh.re the greit
propoition of the cru'e steel production of the country was in the hands
of three companies. n:im��ly, the Carnegie Company, the Federal Steel
Company, and the National Steel Company. Each of these concerns had Intimate business relation t, amounting
to a praclical affiliation with oth��r
companies Ihat manufactured steel in
lighter and more finished foms. What
precipitated the final amalgamation
was the fact that some of the companies that were handling th* product
aB It left the works of the Carnegie
Company and the Federal Steel Company seemed to be on the point of becoming competitors instead of custc-'
mere. Two or thr->e of them planned
to make their own iron and Bteel. The
Carnegie answer to this move was to
announce the construction cf a huge
Dlari to manufacture steel tubing, one
of the products thai was (hen almos
wholly in thc hands of ths National
Tube Company, a customer tha'. was
discussing the erection of blast furnaces and steel works.
The U't mate Amalgamation.
Wiihii. four months of thl8 announcement a'l the ste=l manufic-
Mirers in tbo country had "got togetlE
er," under tbe di-eetlon of J. P. Morgan, and the result was the foi motion
nf the United states steel Corporation
that swallowed up the Carnegie Om
pany. the Federal Sleel Companv, the
National Steel Comapny, the NatlcnJS
lube ( ompanv, and a dozen otter concerns that had previously been rlva s
These corporations had a captiallza-
tl n of nearly a billion dollars nnd a
half, and though the first capitalize
Hon of the trust was onlvSl.noi) Ono-
ooo, it is said that it Bho Id not h ive
heen more than $400,000 000. Ths
promoters, chief amc.ng wh< m wa?
Morgan, got. $160,000,000 for their services Andrew Catnegie got neir'y
$600,500,000, and one of the roints M
Morgan may now be asked to clear
up is why he and his associates paid
Mr. Carnegie nearly $500,000,000 for
a property that he was offerel for
$160.000 000 only three years |,ef r-
and which he then refused on tho
ground that the price was excessive.
bas done so much to free Russia from
tbe tyranny of the aristocracy. Tolstoy was, aald the speaker, a most remarkable literary man and there waa
no branch of literature not covered by
the great author. Philosopher, poet,
warrior, ascetic and phrophet, Tolstoy
was all these and he could be as
fierce as the Hon robbed of its whelp
and yet as gentle as the lamb. His
religion was humanity, and his creed
the love of all men. The speaker
was thoroughly familiar with his subject and he comprehensively dealt
with what was evidently a favorite
theme. He showed in a very Interesting manner how the Doukhobors are
in some ways the followers of Tolstoy.
They are men, he said, who are in th��
first stages of civilization, freed in a
Iree country, from the yoke of tyranny of Russian system.
Tolstoy's doctrine of socialism waB
extremely practical and brought out
from him the exposition of the noble
sentiment, self-sacrifice to the end.
Try It on Your Piano.
Perhaps the longest list of Initials
tbat is to be found in the British Museum catalogue Is the following: M.
L. C. D. M. D. L. D. G. D. C. D. M.
L. C. D'A. These stand for Monsieur
le Chevalier Duvernols, Marechal des
Logls des- Gardes du Corps de Mon-
signeur le Compte d'Ariols. Duvernols���to divert him of his trappings���
was the author of a volume of eesays
on the possession of the Turks In Europe, printed at Neufchatel in 1784.
���London Chronicle.
I Am filling To Prove
I Can Cure You
To" That End I Am Giving Away $10,000
Worth of Medicine
An English Chemist Has
Discovered How to
Grow Hair
In England the ladies have entirely
abandoned wearing rats, which ia
due entirely to this new discovery.
It has been proven that Henna
leaves contain the ingredients that
will positively grow hair. That thej
contain this long-looked-for article is
proven every day.
The Americans are now placing on
the market a preparation contain'ng
the extract from Henna leoves, which
is having a phenomenal Bale.
This preparation ls called SALVIA,
and is being sold with a guarantee
to cure Dandruff and to grow hair in
abundance. Being daintily perfumed,
SALVIA makes a most pleasant hair-
dressing. Ryall, your druggist, Is the
first to import this preparation into
New Westminster, and a large, gener
ous bottle can be purchased for 50:
In order to show beyond all doubt
that I am in possession of a medicine
that will cure kidney trouble, bladder
trouble or rheumatism. I will thii year pve
���way ten thousand dollars' worth of this
medicine, and anyone suffering from these
diseases can get a box of it absolutely free.
All that is necessary is to send me your address.
I don't mean that you are to use a part of
it or all of it and pay me if cured. 1 mean
that I will send you a box of this medicine
absolutely free of charge, a gift from mc to
the Uric Acid sufferers of the world, so I can
show them whtre and how tbey may be cured.
I will not expect payment for this free medicine, nor would 1 accept it now or later if
jrou sent it.
the word.
It is free in the real meaning of
Statement   cf   Election   Expenses of John Oliver:
incurred by the candidate for election
at the Dominion   elections    beld   on
lst September, 1911:
Rent of Halls-
Westminster Opera
House $200.00
Johnston's    Hall,    Sap-
ton      20.00
Harrison Hall         5.00
Municipal  Hall, Coquitlam         4.00
Strawberry  Hill Hall..      5.00
Hall at Agassiz         5.00
St. Barnabas Hall ....    10.00
Telephone Account���
Telephone  33.65
Telegraph Account���
Telegrams  22.97
Conveyance Account���
S. H. Thompson  14.00
Printing, Stationery and Advertising
Account:
H. Morey &   Co.,   stationery  $ 19.55
H. Morey &   Co.,   stationery       18.30
Coquitlam Star,   advertising      25.00
F. Jackson, printing...    69.25
J. E. Moir, printing     43.50
 $175.60
For twenty-five years���a quarter of a century���I have been trying lo convince the pub*
lie that I have something genuine, something
better than others bave for the cure of stubborn, chronic rheumatism, for torturing kid*
ney backache, for annoying calls to urinate.
But it is hard ts convince people���they try a
few things unsuccessfully and give up nil hope
and refuse to listen to anyone thereafter.
Happily, I am in a potitioa now to demonstrate to sulTeren at my own expense that I
have a medicine that cures these diseases.
I don't ask them to spend any money to find
out; I don't aslc them to believe me, nor even
to take the wort of reliable people, but all I
ask is that they allow me to send them lhe
medicine at my own cost.   That ia surely fair.
To this end I have set aside ten tin usand
dollars, which will be used to compound my
medicine. Much of it is ready now to be
aent out, all of it fresh and standard. There
will be enough for all sufferers, though there
be thousands of them. And anyone who
needs it can get some of it free. Hut in
order that I shall know that you have a disease for which this medicine is intended, I
ask you to send me some of your leading
symptoms. If you have any of the symptoms
in the list printed here you need my medicine
and if you will write me I will gladly send
you a box of it free with full directions for
your use. Look the symptoms over, aee
which symptoms you have, then write me
sbout as follows: "Dear Dr., I notice symptoms number"���here put down the numbers,
give your age, full address, ard send it tome.
My address is Dr. T. Frank Lynott, 831
Franklin Building, Toronto, Can.
The ten thousand dollars I am spending for
the compounding of my medicine is only a
part of the money I am devoting to this
cause, for the package of medicine I send you
will be fully prepaid at my expense. From
any standpoint you view it, YOU incur no
expense or obligation. Just tell others who
you know are suffering who sent you thc
medicine that cured you.
I am promising to give away ten thousand
dollars' worth of medicine, and I will do that;
1 am promising to send, any sufferer who
writes me a box of this medicine and full
directions free of charge, and I will do that.
DR. T. FRAN K LYNOTT
who ia giving away $10,000 worth of medicine.
I can say further that this medicine has beea
vouched for according tu law as complying is
every detail with all requirements. It will
>t*�� rheumatism, it will sto�� paia and back
ache, it will stop too frequent desire ts
urinate; it will heal, soothe and strengthen.
You will be better in every way for having
taken it There is not an ingredient tbat eas
injure; not one but will benefit. All that I
ask is that you use it yourself ao tbat yoa
may he personally convinced.
Owing to the large number of requests, I
have had ten thousand more copies of my
medical book printed. This book is new and
up to date and contains complete descriptions,
symptoms, causes, effects sna cures of kidney,
bladder and rheumatic diseases. All who write
for the free medicine will be sent a copy
of this grand illustrated medical book���the
largest ever written on these diseases for free
and general distribution.
If you need medicine such as I have, if
you are anxious to be cured and don't want
to spend any money LOOKING for cures,
write me. Read the symptoms over and let
me hear from you today.
These Are the Symptoms:
1 -Pain In the bark.
J   Too frequent dmlre to urtn.it,>.
1   llumlns or obstruction of urine.
I���l'uln or ******** lu tbe bladder.
6-Prostatic trouble.
O   lias or pain In tbe Hntnncli.
7   <;<.nc<mid*l>Ultr,wruki��-M.iltnlneaa
��� under right rlh.
.  --. ���r part of tlie be
IO���Constipation or liver trouble.
B~l��uln or ***rn.     .
_ l�� -Swelling In any i
11���Palpitation orpaln under the heart.
1 -4-PBln In the hip Joint.
13���Pain In tbe neck or bead.
14-Paln or soreness In tbe kidneys.
15���Pain or swelling of the Joints.
10���Pain or sweUIng of tbe muscles.   m.
1T���Pain and ******** In nerves. ���
IS���Acute or chronic rheumatism.
Btjis
theirwprks shall ye
know them"
On the merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of genera-
w       tions, make
Total  $495.22
DATED this 20th day of November,
A.D. 1911.
(Signed) W. J. WHITESIDE,
Agent.
good time keepers and
consequently comfortable watches
Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
chatge l$y Ae-nearest^gent i***y part of the wodd. They
are not made in grades ufcidk ��annot be fully guaranteed.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
DOUKHOBORS   ARE   TOLSTOIAN8.
Toronto Divine Thus Describes Interesting Immigrants.
In an elotiuent nddrras Rev. Mr.
Schragg or the Congregational
Church, Toronto, outlined the life and
work of Tolstoy, the apoatla of thr
20th century, at the literary meeting
of the B, Y, P. U. of thf- First Haptist
ohurch, in a forceful manner he
denlt with the m.-.ir-sldrd nonius wh0
, HOYAL Wi
'****>>
BOVRIL
Eveiy ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic condition!
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef bused, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best patu
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost
BOVRIL Is a specialty, not merely a bye-produot
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Cancic:.t
5
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i^M ri#itM_t-^-
yrrwrntr!:
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nm TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER Ct, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
For the Children
Two Comrades Who Are
Trying     to     Keep    Cool.
Photo by American Press Associa tlon.
��� While tbe July torrid wave was fell
in nearly all sections ot tbe country, tl
caused more discomfort In ibe bl|
cities tban wbere trees wave and (Tra*
1* green. Tbe picture shows iwc
chums wbo lite tn tbe mom i-rowdeC
places of residence to be found anywhere. New York children do nut set
many trees and very little erase, bai
tbey are not altogether unhappy.
Sometimes wben tbe sun Is but ihi
boys jump into the buslns ot fonntiuni
ln tbe parks nnd even Into boroe
troughs. Tbey hare to keep an ey��
out for tbe policemen, though, foi nt
makes great pretense of catt bing them.
Our picture boys are sharing tb<
breezes from a fan.
Game ef Snowballs.
Tbe (tame called snowballs Is plared
very like tbe old farorlte. (be potato
race. Tbe snowballs are little toys, or
jokes, or favors, as you please, wrii;v.
ped In cotton batting very carefully, so
tbat tbe balls may lie perfectly round,
and tben, last of all. are covered witu
white tissue paper, glued on. If you
put a thin coat of mucilage over the
outside of ibis and sprinkle It wliti
frost powder It will look like a real
snowball,
There should be as many balls as
tbere are guests In the party. Two
baskets���Just ordinary market baskets
wlll do���nre provided to hold the snowballs and aro placed ou two chairs at
one end of the room. The snowballs
are tbeu laid oo tbe carpet In two long
lines from each basket to the end of
the room, ao equal numher In each line
and the same distance apart.
A child stands by each chair and at
a given sfcriaf runs for ihe flintiest
BBoivlinll. picks It up ami. running
heck, droit* tf Id tbe basket, tben goes
for tile art* ntrttumt. and so on itain
tm are rtfleHed. The child who flrst
gather* all In bis row Into bis t>u��u��t
wius tbe game. Mo snowball mast ue
broken. If one Is lorn It counts as a
foul in the gunie.
The Children may be divided for this
game Into two learns, aud ibe side
which has the most successful players
after all have had a chance to piay
counts as ihe winning learn.
At the end of the game the snowballs
are distributed, and tbe children open
them, discovering tbe treasures wrapped up inside.
Have a Try.
-    The beea mild "Try," and turned tha
flowers Into honey.
The squirrel sti Id "Try," and be
went to Ibe lop of the beecb tree.
The snowdrop said "Try." snd
bloomed In tbe <-oid snows of winter.
The sun said "Try," and spring soon
threw Jack Ernst out.
The lark snld "Try." and he found
that his wings look him over hefty**
and ditches itntl Op where ills fnther
was sinking
The ox snld "Try." and plowed tba
Held from end to end.
No hill loo sleep for Try to rllmb.
No clay loo stiff for Try lo plow.   ,
No field '"" wpt f"r 'lrV tO drain
No hole too larpp for  fry tn mend.
Do try, do you?  Try trying!
NO "HOLES IN THE AIR."
Merely a Convenient Explanation ef
Accidents Met by Aviators.
An assumption that there exist in
the atmosphere certain "holes," or, as'
they are more often called, "pockets,'1
serves as a convenient explanation oi'
sucb accidents to aviators as the oue.
that recently brought the tearless'
Mars to the ground with somewhat!
disastrous consequences. This idea, ii-
it did not originate with Kipliug, at
least gained general acceptance trom'
his story of The Night Mail, in which
it was skillfully exploited, and there
is no doubt that in a way it provides
an explanation ior phenomena often
observed by the passengers of balloons
as well us oi aeroplanes.
The way, however, is much such a
way as that in which the old theory
of miasms from swamps or newly
turned ground explained malaria aud
justified the old (ears of night air. We
know now, of course, that night air is
just as good as day air���which is fortunate, sinae at night we have no other���and wo would also know, ii we
stopped to think, that tiie aerial ocean
is' far less likely Vo have boles, or
pockets, in il than is the ocean oi
water, whioh doesn't have them and
couldn't. What both of these oceans
do have are currents���motions of their
particles in all directions under the
influence of var.ous differences of pressure���and as air is vastly more mobile
than water the efieel of like influences
en it is the production oi greater and
more complex  motions.
The complexity of these movements
is well shown by the erratic flight of a
piece oi paper throwo into the air
trom a high building. It is obviously
subjected to almost as many downward as upward pressures, but there is
not the slightest excuse for supposing
that its fails are into "holes," which
word would imply the pressenee in the
air of spaces approaching more or less
���losely the condition oi vacuity. All
the effects of such a space, so far as
balloons and aeroplanes go, would follow a sudden passing from a horizon,
tal, or ascending, currant to one moving downward. This would require an
instant readjustment oi thc supporting
and propulsive forces at the aviator',
command Usually he can take it, but
��ome:imei he cannot restore t.ie equilibrium of his machine in time and
then he tumbles to the ground.
The birds doubtless nave like experiences, but t.'iey are so much better
equ.pped for (meeting aerial emergen*
Ciel laat their night is not measurably
disturbed by the so-caUed pockets and
tliey never fall.
He Did Not Commit Murder.
The sum oi $(i,(J(X) has just been
awarded oy uie dier Assize court in
i-'ranee as compensation fur seventeen
years' penai serv��tua�� undergo ne oy u
.peasant named dunes Aittftaod, ��iiu
received a iue sentence ior a ludfuef
'lie uiu not uuuiuiit.
A nc.i o.d peasant farmer was murdered and iu.onaud, a ueigiioor, was
Convicted, cmeUy uu tne evidence oi a
jneckt,e wnici nau belonged to tue
(lead man a.id ol some sums on ln>
Clones supposed to oe Olood. -vlic.iaud
Jiiuiesleu ni* .unucentfe tuiuugiiuut
uud dt-eiurwu he Knew liotn.ng auout
tue liu anu mul low status were caused by ckier. Me was convicted aud
eeul Us fe'roncU Uuiauit lor lite.
PERFECT   HEROISM.
Rare Courage of Or. Franz Mueller In
His Tragic Death.
Heroism hits been defined as 'tba
brilliant triumph of the soul over tbe
flesh"���thut Is to say. over fear���fear
of suffering, of Rick ness. of isolation
and of death. Au Instance of this
dazzling and glorious concent ration of
courage ls given lu Mr. Frederick Rowland Marvlu's book, "Tbe Excursions
of a Book Lover."
Dr. Franz Mueller of Vienna, wbo
fell a victim to the bubonic plague
wben that disease wns first under bacteriological Investigation lu thut city
In 1897. contracted the malady from
bacilli In culture tubes. When be became rertaiu tbat be was Infected, he
immediately locked himself in un Isolated room and posted a message on a
window pane:
"I am suffering from tbe plague.
Please do not send u doctor to me, as'
ln auy event ray end will come In
tour or flve days."
At once u number of his associates,
all of tbem youug physicians, wltb
much to live for mid wltb fnll knowledge of the chances to wbicb tbey
would expose themselves, stepped forward and uot only offered tbeir services, but In some cases begged to be
sent to Or. Mueller. The patient refused to permit It and died alone within tbe time predicted.
At tbe end be wrote a farewell letter to bis parents and plared it against
tbe window so It could be cupied from
tbe outside and then burned the original wltb bis own bunds, fearful that
It might be preserved aud carry out
tbe mysterious and deadly germ.
ARTIFICIAL   LACE.
VANILLA BEANS.
They Are Not Beans at All. but Pods
Filled With Tiny Seed.
Tbe vauilla plant is tbe only orchid
of any industrial value. As orchids
go. tbe plant is uot unattractive, for
tbe foliage Is much greeuer aud more
enduring than In tbe case of most of
tbo species. It ls a climber, and wben
tho leaves are fresh It brightens a
smult tree trunk wonderfully. Tbe
Vanilla ptunifoliu. lo give it IU full
name, is a terrestrial parasite. It
climbs from tbe ground, but once established bas feeding stations on the
bark all along the line. Tbe leaves���
long, very sinouth and light green���
ure alternate, and nt the axil of each
Is a sucker u few Inches In leugth thut
fastens Itself securely to tbe tree, ly- |
ing flat against Ihe bark.
The blossoms ule Inconspicuous,    it  '
Is the resultant puds thut nre tbe va- |
nlllu   of  the   industrial   world.    They  j
are slim puds six tu eight iuvbes long
and when dried for the market ure of
a   rich,   deep   reddish   brown.    These ,
are called vanilla  beans,  but without j
warrant.    They contain  no beau: the
seed In them Is as tine as dust.   These
seeds  are tbe  black  specks  that are
usually  fouud tu  the  tinest grade of
vanilla ice cream, the best chefs tbe
world   ever   preferring   to   avtnd >tb*
'"bean"   rather  tbau   va* . tbe extract.
France Has a New Product, and the
Lace Manufacturers a New Opponent.
Mechanism and chemist) y combined
have furnished France with a new ore-
duct���artificial lace. The general public has beard little about it. but tbe
lace manufacturers of Lyons, Calais,
and Caudry have for some t me past
been much perturbed over this unexpected competition to which th?y wlll
have to submit.
Artificial lace Is In eTect a manufacture of a very simple natu e. The e
is no weaving employed In its production. The machine consists la its essential parts of a reeeptac'.e c:ntai.i-
ing a. cut ro-ammoniacal solution cf
cellulose, a t metallic cylinder upen
.ybich is engraved the negative of the
design, and a coagulation vat.
A lotary moticn ls given to the cylinder, over whicb flows the solution
which, en'erlng the interstices of ths
engraved pattern, flies i'ae'f immediately In the coagulative liquid, out
of which emerges the texture ieidy
to be dyed and dressed.
Artificial lace m�� a beautiful appearance. It ls homogeneous and un-
alterab'e; will wear better, and is less
combustible than ordinary 'ace. Watar
does not affect it. Any d ei ed pattern can be obtained by engraving a
new cylinder.
"Lst good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both I"
They viO if you take StuxtsrtAas
HA-DRu-e1ysPEPS.^ABLETS
They correct stomaoh disorders, assist digestion, and make life worth
living again for the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. If your druggist has
not stocked them yet. send us 50c. and we will mall them. 35
Natmal Dr��f and OwmicaJ Cam**** al Cauda. Linitad.
THS7T
(IMfSfcB
LARGEST STEAMERS
SAILING FROM CANADA'
Christmas Sailings   j
Portland, Me., Halifax, LiverpMl
"Canada" Saturday, Dec. 2
"Megantic" Saturday, Dec. 9
"Teutonic" Thursday, Dec. 14
Steamers call from    Halifax   early
next day, connecting with trains from j
the West.
White   Star   S.S.   "Laurentic"   and
"Megantic"   are   the   largest,   fitnest
and    most    modern    from    Canada. '
Elevators,  lounges,   string  orchestra, !
etc.    First,  second  and   third   class i
passengers carried.
White    Star    S.S.   "Teutonic"   and |
Dominion  Line   S.S.   "Canada"   carry
one class cabin   (II)  and  third class
passengers   only.
For   reservations   and   tickets   ap-
plv to i
ED QOULET, C. P. R. Depot.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
Company's   office,   61!)   2nd   Ave., .
Seattle. '
That Cooks
The Dinner
is the hand that rules the world. if
In spite of what they say about
"cradles", the stove is the all-important factor in "home-rule."   A
Chancellor
is the best guarantee that the "hand" will keep your home mown* in the
right direction of economy and health.
��im1!kJ?!���IP.,"'jII"u0' C^-OJWJD STOVES and
RANGES that are built and sold on honor. The Chancellor aud Imperial
Oxford are equipped with the Oxford Economizer. Come and let us
show you how this marvellous device saves time and fuel by a single touch
of the lever; how it holds fire, and directs odors up the chimney.
The Dividing Oven Strip guides heat equally all over the oven���a
fine baking insurance. The Reversible Grate saves time and fuel-waste,
lhese, with other star features make us proud to show the Gurney-Oxford
line. Design���finish���workmanship���al I these details
we want to demonstrate to your entire satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
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Conundrums.
Why Is nu engraver fearless nf
drowning? Because be Is used In die
sinking.
When does a ship tell a falsehood?
When she lies st the wharf.
What Is tbs difference between a
mother nnd a barber? One has raxors
to sbave. the others shavers to raise.
Why Is a man In front of n crowd
well supported? Because be bas tbe
press at bis buck.
What is tbe largest room In tha
world?  Tbe room for Improvement.
Why Is a well trained horse Uke ��
benevolent man? Because be stops at
tbe sound of "Wa"
*bue be maa mere a fellow convict     _���,.     .���.���,.   ......   ���_��� ._ _
��oui��Mked ot ratner boasted tnat lie . vanilla In found growing wlid tn tb*
Sana commuted uie muruer. '1 his muu Bahttlna^ We.t lnfUe* and Central
fctar .aeceeued in escaping from u.e A ri , Madagascar and some of
���inal settlement, but newspapers Uav-1 * , . ,    .       ,,    j     ���.   ..      .
JL. taken up tne case end luuud con I"�� neighbor.!* Islands It has been
sirmatiuu oi lus story tne Courl of Introduced und now forms nn lmpor-
Cassatyon decided that his confession 'ant article ol export.   But American
was Ine necessary new fact which
would allow it to set aside tlie cou-
sk-inuution and order a new trial..
JUichaud, who was it) when convicted, is uovv 40 but looks like a broken
uowu old mun. His wife, always convinced oi his lmioceuctr, wus present
at tue secuud trial. His couusel asked
for V-U.iOU damages, but tne court
awarded $8,000 aud the placarding oi
the judgment throughout tne district
vanilla is tbe best.-Harper's Weekly.
Played No Favorites.
John Addison Porter, once secretary to tbe president, overdrew bis account on one occasion, when be went
off on a vacation, and Comptroller
Tracewell disallowed lt. When Secretary Porter 1-eturued to Washington be
told the president about It. and President McKinley telephoned to Trace-
well to come to tbe White House. Ou
bis arrival there Tracewell was asked why be !iad -disallowed tbat account, and be replied:
"I disallowed It, Mr. President, because lt is my duty as comptroller of
TO THE MERCHANTS
NEW WESTMINSTER
W\
'Sleeping Car Berths..
Most porters make up berths so that
one's head is toward Iue engine, "lix-
peneuee has taught me," says a writer
in Good Housekeeping, "that in cas*
oi a collision or even a common quiet .
*top tiiis may mean a bruised head or the treasury to protect the money of
la wrenched neck. So 1 always ask the people from every kind of mlscon-
Ito have my berta made up with my struction of the luw. if you should
feel toward tne engine, ln a recent i draw one month's salary In advance I
eoliision 1 was the only person in a itiould certainly disullow it"���Cincln-
crowded car who escaped more or less I Bntl commercial Tribune.
fserious injury,  and  1  believe  that  1
fowe this seemingly providential es-
|C:ipe to my position, as when I was
fturown with the force of the impact
Into the Next State.
A disheveled citizen rushed into the
,1  alighted, as  it   were,  on   my   leet,   Police Wntion uud shouted for venge-
while  other  passengers  were  thrown i anee,
head iorcmost.
"The motorcar that hit me flve minutes ago was No. 41144," he sputtered.
Russian Justice. "I "can prove thnt  he was exceeding
"It is next to impossible to obtain  111* spaed limit, und I wunt-I want"-.
The Geography Lessen.
Teacher was explaining geography.
-Her.'' she said, "on the oue baud vt*
hare tbe beautiful France and ou Hie
otber���John (to tbe,boy \rlio was inattentive! what do we see on tbe otber
fetntfr
"Wart*." aald tbe frightened boy.
The Hurricane.
I used to meet an a��red man '���',
A-plortdln* down the lane. 7y
Sometimes ha walked unaided;       ..:
Sometimes he had a cana. '������
"O aged man. O anctant man."     ��
I asked, "please make tt plata
Why 'tis you often so without,
ret oft*n use a cane?"
He smiled a funny, toothless smile,
Then aald. "I will explain:
I take my atlek when I'm tn
For It's my aurry
justice in Russia/' said a man who
had experie.ica there, "and how
clearly tlie Russian proverbs show
this!
" 'Offer to heaven s prayer, but to
the judge a purse,' one wise Moscow
saw says.
" ' The stronger is always in tbs
right,' is another pregnant saying of
Nijni Novgorod.
" 'What are laws to me if I know
the judge?" is ��� Petersburg proverb
that tells you ail you want to know
about the Russian courts."
Yon   wuut u   warrant  for bis  arrest?"
"Warrant, notblng! What good
would n warrant do me ut the rate be
was going? I want extradition pa-
pers."-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Ready  Romancer.
("Clumsy of you to fall overboard."
said tbe critical friend.
"1 didn't fall overboard." replied thif
man wbo never confesses to a mistake.
"Tbe biggest fisb I ever saw ewam
alongside, aud I couldn't resist tlitf
temptation to dive for bim."-Wasb��
ington Star.
Reprehensible Absentmindedness.
"Why ure you so very angry wttb
Walter?"
"De proposed to me last night"
"What of that?"
Chlnsse Birthdays.
A Chinees child is considered a year
old st its birth, and its age is reckoned not trom its birthdays, but from
its New Yesr's dsys. If it is fortun-
st�� enough to ba born on Feb. 1, thsj
day before ths Chinese New Ysar'sj
day, it is Mid to bs two years oldr
when it is two days old. It is one i
year old' when born, and another!1 "Nothing. Only I accepted hlm the
year is added on its flrst New Tsar's; night before."-London Stray Stories,
day.   jl 1	
 '  ' Olsoeunted.
Air Consumed In a Minute. Man With Wooden I .eg-Tour charge
In one minute in a state of rest the ! for cremation Is exorbitant Porter at
average man takes into his lungs Crematory���Well, we will throw off
ahout 8 liters or 48.8 cubic inches of. to per cent In your rase on account of
air. In walking he needs 16 liters or T0Qr wooden leg.���Mergendorfer Blat-
07 f ouhic inches, in climbing 23 liter*.  .-r
or 1 !J.3 cubic inches, in riding st a!! , .
twt 33 liters or 201.3 cubic inch��, andj |    , ���0|d ���, ,ndulrP)1Ce of sadness tnat
M7 70,^Mi*^nX.          * ���>" ������� """"test tlnrtni* of dlsooo-
847.7. cublUOShHs... .  ...   tntt*\*** gmva dtllnquency.-Bllot
sl
CHRISTMAS  WILL  SOON BE HERE
s   a
ADVERTISE
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MEDIUM    THAT   BRINGS   RESULTS
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THE DAILY NEW*
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
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Daily News
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-tac Company, Limited, at their offices,
���ansir   of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streeta.
C A. Paige Managing Director
Hospital Again
(Continued from page one)
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
' r' '**teXlAt   DREADNOUGHTS.
Whatever may prove to be the goal
of~ftemler Borden's tortuous course
ia regard to tbe naval question it
now seems reasonably certain that
tke Dominion ia to have a navy���in
Si** air at'Oeest. Tbis la made clear
te/W'Mbration sent out from Ot-
*_*-* to the effect that the gallant
Colonel Hughes, new Minister of Ml-
iiUa, ia setting about tbe establishment of an aerial branch of hia de-
jpartroemt. Unless be is b'.ocked by
Hon. -Mr. Monk and the other Nationalists , whom Mr. Borden has so
signally preferred ln his cabinet-
making, men who are so bitterly op-
poeed to taking steps designed to aid
the. .Mother Land in time of wai fare.
Colonel Hughes Is likely to create a
Canadian fleet which will fly tha
heavcn.s even if Canadian prows are
not to bear part of the burden of Imperial defence.
Colonel Hughes, If. seems, is much
impressed by the growing importance
of aerial navigation as an aid to martial enterprises. Already ��� he has
(md officials pf the department
im.'' Atfentic City following the
aerial navigation experiments of the
American military and naval authorities, this ev'en at the risk of contaminating , them and lessening their
loyalty. ( Other officials are to be sent
to England to study similar experiments there, this second trip being
deemed necessary, possibly, to undo
aay of the dire effects which tbe flrst
-'������al-.* irflSr,
named officials may have suffered
through association with the men of
the .republic.
After The investigat'ons have been
completed,  so  goes   the  Ottawa   despatch,  Canada "wiil  probably make
a serious start  toward  the development Df an aerial departmnet."   The
Hominum. may not even give battleships to tbe British navy, if Dictator
Bourassa  and   Mr.   Mcnk   and   their
friends continue to dominate Premier
! tfcWte&r but,  VI  Colonel   Hughes'  activities  are not  curbed,  wo  -will   at
Icasi   have a fleet of   aeiial   Dreadnoughts,    or such a scheme the Nationalists ytjoujd not say, as Ihey did
aay of the Faheral scheme for a Canadian  navy, that  it  was deigned  to
exterminate   their   relatives   by   lm-
pressing;Jheni In the naval serv:c3
and then drowning them by scut'.ling
fTh* vbipi. in foreign waters.
IROOPS ARE READY
\     '     ,���������
��� /   V
FOR EMERGENCY
Vi b. fef.lil-ers Held on the    Mexican
Boeder to Prevent Rebels from
'Crossing the Line.
Kan Aimmto, Texas, Nov. ::0.���The
movement- of United States troops lo
*he Mexican border in comioction
with a rising s��id to be imminent, hai
���������pntred at Laredo because that, place
is rrportt'd to l>e most important Just
now as nn outlet for supplied >aid
in unit ions of war.
General Duncan, commanding the
department of Texas, wild today that
vniiiii'ii trojps would be held In n.adi-
ness to meet any emergency.
Aiudln. Texas, Nov. 20.���At the re-
���.]ik'hi of the sheriff of ( ameron county,
-who reported it waa bis Information
thai u party of alleged revolutionists
would atlcm't to CTOBI the border Into
Movico ni Brownsville, Governor ('ol-
iinitl ordore 1 out a company of stato
militia .stationed ai Brownsville tonight to assist the county authorities
in enforcing the neutrality laws. A
detachment of stale ninuors has also
Itecti ordered to Brownsvillo.
(Boring Holes in Glass.
Quite a crowd collected recently in
front of lhe windows rf the l'Yssen.len
Navis Bepei to wai h a man drilling
I ��mr h.k'H In tho big show win low.
'ile uaiSil Xvhat looked like an orlinary
bit bnrceftaihd did not have the slightest difficulty in boring round hoes in
*he  glflBS.
Thp facts of the case are that somebody either leaned against t!ie window
or  kicked   it  during   the   night  nnd
started   some   cracks    in   the   luwer
.right hani corner.   As Is well kno*n,
~wtien a crack starts in a window it al
-ways keeps rb;ht. on to lhe top unless
'it be checked by boring a Ifle aheal
ct it In the glass.   This was done, and
the tool ibt.-man used handled the job
with fhe greatest of eate.���Press.
Miner Drops Dead.
Nomp. Alsaka, Nov. 20.���John Bon-
���<:bard, a well    known   Centre   Creek
-snlner, dropped dead of heart disease
today.   There are no indications of a
freesfMip and  dredgoa  ax?,  still   run-
rtap.   This Is the latest dredges have
ttmm tflows to ore;ate in thc north.
far as hospital accommodation Is con
cerned.
Alderman Johnston said that yesterday afternoon the health committee
had an opportunity of seeing that it
is the unanimous opinion of tbe hos
pital board that the hospital should be
taken over by the city and that the
city should assist in its maintenance.
While there were many workers on
the board who gladly gave their help,
at the same time, as Alderman Dodd
bad pointed out- there was a limit to
these things. Hospital accomraoda
tion in a growin scity like Westmln
ster was too big a question to bo
left to ten or twelve people, four
ladies and the remainder gentlemen.
Who the question came from was not
material, except that they who moved
first might be held to show themselves most alive to the need of the
people.
The resolution of Alderman Dodd
was carried.
Union of B. C. Municipalities.
Mayor Lee reported on this question in a growing city like Westmin-
was manifest that the principles un-
derlying initiative, referendum and
recall are making headway in British
Columbia. v
Grades on Royal Avenue.
The board of works is to meet   this
morning at 10 o'cloc kto   go   over the
question   of    the    grades   on Koyal
avenue and Tentli street.
Raising the Wind.
Mayor Lee said It had now become
imperative that the city council
Ehould endeavor to face the debt of
$145,000 which had been allowed to
! accumulate from year to year. In as
much as a great deal of this money
had been spent on capital expenditure
for several years back, a by-law
should be put before the electors to
meet this deficit    in the bank.
There was something like $55,000 of
interest due In January; in addition
to that, the principle would have to
be reckoned with.
Tenders Opened.
Tenders for manhole   covers,   etc.,
were submitted  by the Schaake Machine Works and the Vancouver Iron
j Works.     After    the    aldermen    had
ilabgre.l awhile ln mathematical computation, lt was discovered, and    the
discovery was ratified and confirmed
by the city engineer, that the tender
of the latter flrm was the lower    by
$216.00,   and   it   was the   tender accepted.
|    Wade Whealler McQuanii and Ma~-
' tin wrote regarding the care of Gieschen vs. city of New Wes'm nster, as
follows:
This  action  came  on  for  trial  on
the afternoon of the fth Inst, and His
Lordship Chief Justice Hun er, ordered a view   of the scene of the accident,  and  all  parties went there on
tho morning of the 10th inst.   On re-1
Burning in the afternoon Mr. Deacon,
counsel for the plaintiffs, asked for an |
adjournment    until    Monday,   saying
that he did not think  the   plaintiffs !
would proceed with the action, but cn
Sid iti day     he     telephoned   that    his
clients Insisted upon i.olng < n. 1
On resuming the trial on Mon'ay, a
man named Stevens, who had given
evidence at the view that he did not
'see anything from th" blast go bo far
as the house, swore that he saw a
piece of wood fly over the house just
after the blast went off, and Mrs.
Gieschen swore that, she had picked
up the child Just aft^r the shot was
fired.
The evidence of the city workmen
was that only two sticks of pswder
were put five feet under cne sump
three and one-half feet bread and
about three feet under a stump of
about eighteen inches with the tamp
away from the Gieschen house.
There was evidence both by th3
llaln'IITs an.l the city that there was
blasting going on ln t'ie neighborhood
other than the work being done by
the city, and the chief Justice charged
the Jury that he th night It lmrosslhle
that the blast, firod as the evidence
showed this one to have been fired,
could possibly have come the distance
alleged, particularly as It was shown
Ihat the top of the Gieschen house was
53 feet higher than the (.lace where
the blast wns and in tne case 280 feet
land In the other c&ic 380 feet from
jthe stump, and, generally, charged
very  strongly against the pla.intjffs.
There was no doubt, thai the child
was hint and bad I er skull, if not frac.
turel, considerably injured, but Bhe
seemed to have complttly rec ;vered,
al hough the paren's say to the contrary.
The jury gave a verdict of $200 In
favor of the plaintiffs in this caBe.
The solicitors did not advise appeal,
nnd il  wns referred    lo   the    finance
committee to have the account paid,
Wellman Lyle wrote applying for
I ho position of stableman for the
stables at Eleventh and Auckland
sheets. The application waa filed for
reference,
W .1). I.lghthall, honorary secretary
treasurer Union of Canadian Municipalities, wrote enclosing copy cf Clinton Rogers Woodruff's new book, entitled "City Government by Commission."    Received  with thanks,
McBride and Kennedy, barristers.
wrote on behalf of Galbralth & Sons,
wilh reference to the flooding of the
factory premises owned by the latter
tirms by drains on the Btreut adjoining. As the result of (loo ling for the
past week the factory has been closed
down. The flrm asked for remedy of
the situation, falling which damages
will b" sought. Received and referred
to the hoard of works to act this
morning.
G. S. Maxwell, physical director Y.
M. C. A., wrote applying for permls-
sion to play a game of football on
Queen's park Saturday afternoon. Referred to park  board.
John Thomson wrote pointing out
Hie need of a culvert at Keary street,
Sapperton. His basement had been
flooded.
T. 11. Ilarbnrel called attention to
the fact that the outlets from the basement drains on Ninth streel. hetween
Fifth nnd Sixth avenue, were blocked
tip when the cement ildowalks w.t>rc
laid.    Flooding of the cellar resulted.
W. J. Kerr as'e 1 for construction of
DrPRICFS
CREAM
baking Powder
Made from Pure, Grape
Cream of Tartar
Surpasses every other baking
powder m making delicious,
j     healthful food.
Protects the food from alum.
$18,   $20   and $22, are three
exceptionally ttrong linet in Fit-Reform Overcoiti.
You  can   get  the most attractive
styles, in th? most attractive effects, that these prices
have ever bougnt.
a wooden platform ln front of his garage on Cunningham street.
I George E. Farget, 471 Richmond
street, wrote asking for extension of
sidewalk and other maters. Above
j matters were referred to the board
of works.
!    Thomas  Rutledge renewed his application for a light at the corner of
Fifth avenue and Sixth street.
John G. Howes wrote asking f:r the
filling in of Lot 9, on the southwest
corner of Fourth avenue and Elev?nth
street.   Referred to board of woiks.
Walter H. Munford, of the Technical Manufacturing and Supply Co.,
wrote suggesting the uublication of a
Westminster city map.
This may be considered when appointments are made.
Letter Bcxrs.
' The postmaster wrote asking for
permission to place letter boxes at
the following points: Twelfth street
and Tenth avenue, Fourteenth street
and Eighth avenue. Second street ml
Eighth avenue, Ninth street and Sixth
avenue. Eighth street and Seventh
avenue. Eighth street and Fifth aven
ue, Eighth street and Third avenue,
Twelfth street and Royal avenue,
Thirteenth street and Third avenue,
Columbia street and Cumberland
street, Columbia street and Sherbroali
street.
| Permission was granted, the work
to be done under the supervision of
the engineer.
Month's Finance.
Tlje   monthly   financial   statement
chow expenditures as follows:
Parks committee, $02.85; Market
committee. $275.75; Bridge committee
$44.33; Health committee, $75.88;
Police committee, $121.40; Finance
committee, for schods, $8470.59: Flre
committee, $392: Hoard of Wer s,
$10.39!i.73: Water committee, $C8i>5 68:
Finance commttt��e, $2597.84; Ligh1
committee, $2217.93.
The Hospital Ambulance.
Mr. G. II. Thompson wrote expressing his views on se\eral questions of
interest, among them the ccn'Uicn of
the ambulance.
|    Alderman  Johnston  said  Dr.  Roth
well called him up on the phone   on
this matter.    Dr. Rothwell had been
'the doctor ln attendance on the man
Injured ln the lamentable accident   at
Royal Oak lest Saturday evening, and
I he had to ride In the ambulance from
the B. C. E. Jt. depot to the hospital.'
i He was of th-. o; .'men that It was not
fair to ask any patient to lide in   a
-conveyance of this kind.   In the flrst
,'rlace there was no U^ht.    Dr. Roth-
p well said that never in his life before
did  he have an experience like this.
The man  was very severely Injured,
' writhing ln pain, and not a spark of
light in the vehicle.
"The doctor says,"   continued   the
alderman���"and I ure his own words���
!'that from a humanitarian standp.int,
lf nothing else, the   street   from-  the
,Glen bridge out a portion of the length
tof the pine line,   should    be put   in
(Bhape.'    Tbere was no   reason   why
another day should pass without hav-
jing the ambulance equipped to   meet
emergency cases."
The matter wns remitted to the
health committee with power to act.
| The board of works recommended
that a box drain le placed on the
south side of Royal avenue from
Front street, to be emptied Into the
piped storm drain In the Wise ravine
Also, that a OBtCb-basIn he placed al
Hoyal   avenue  nni   Sixth   tt.-ect,  and
charged to maintenance.      ,
Alderman Henley said eavi.-hnslns
were all right for cities with l"vel
streets, but here they were very little
use. As lor the Wise ravine, he
tboughl the council would he wise���
Mayor Lee: "Careful, careful."
(Laughter.)
Alderman Henley; "Would bn wlsn
not to run the drain there at all."
After brief discussion, In course o;
which II wns staled that Mr. T. J
Trapp's house had been Hooded In thn
recent rainstorm, the recommendation
of tbe board of works wns adopted.     ,
Columbia street, from the warden's
house to Brunette street, "is to receive the attention of the board of
works.
Mayor Lee announced that Alderman Campbell was absent rrom the
meeting through Illness, anl that he
is net likely to be around again for
a week or so.
President Taft Better.
Washington. Nov. 20.��� President
Taft's cold ha', no far Improved tonight that It was said to be vlrtunlly
certain tbat ite tegular cession nf
tho cabinet would be held tomorrow.
Tho president's Improvement today
was so noticeable that Dr. Delaney
said tin re wns not the slightest danger of anything more serious than a
cold developing, and Mr. Taft felt so
much better that he summoned Attorney General Wlo'iei-shani, Secretary
Nagel and A. II. Banders, of (be tariff
hoard, to 'Iscnss vnrlnuH phases of hU
forthcoming measure!.
And   you   get  the Fit-Reform
tailoring ��� the   standard   of Canada ��� in   every
Overcoat, whether Jl8, %io or fit.
COTTON OPERATIVES   .
STRIKE IN QUEBEC
Four Hundred Employees rf Dominion
Print and Textile Company Ask
for 10 Per Cent. Increase.
Magog, Que., Nov. 20.���your hun
dred employees of the cottcn an I
print departments of the Dominion
Textile company's plant here, went
on strike this morning and it is said
their action has been sanctioned by
the Canadian Federation of Textllo
Workers.
| The men demand a 10 per cent, in
crease    in wages.    The strikers fee!
1 quite confident that their demand.)
will be met, claiming that the com
panics can not afford to close down
this mill as their other mills receive
supplies from here, and should this
mill be closed tlie effects of the strike
will be felt all over. Everything ia
quiet in town this morning.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAX4TIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
It fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is on each box. 25c.
A Snap
A full size corner   lot on Nanaimo
and Thirteenth street.   This Is a snap
at tho price.
$1600
One-third cash, balance   6    and 12
months.
I
Four good lots   on   Eighth avenue
and Cumberland street,
$1700
One-fluarter cash;  balance 6, 12, 18
and 24 months.   A good Investment.
A business lot, 75 feet frontage on
Carnarvon street, near Sixtli    street.
$15,000
$3500 cash, halnnco fi, 12 and 18
months. The new car line makes this
valuable propeity.
EXCLUSIVELY BY
New   Westminster   City   Specialist.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia  street
BURN0IL
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone 8eymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
ACME CLOTHING CO.
C M. GREEN, Manager..
Let lis Show You This Home!
THE OWNER MUST SELL
A new up-to-date flve roomed house with large basement; piped
for furnace. The finishings in this bouse are of the best quality.
Situated very close to the car line and on a corner lot with lane.
The price for a quick sale is $2625; $625 cash, the balance to arrange. , .
IVIcGILL & COON
REAL  ESTATE  AGENTS.
Phone 1004. Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
NOTICE!
George Adams, late proprietor of
the Public Supply Stores, Columbia street, New Westminster, hereby
requests that all accounts owing to
him be paid as early as possible, at
his new offices in the Odd Fellows'
block, 716 Carnarvon street, New
Westminster.      ' ������
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER POR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths. Shingles and
No. 2 Common. Boards and Dimension.
1.1. .1. ., . .._
Now is the time to build for tale or rent while prices are low
1
B.C. Mills
limber  and 1 rading  Co.
Manufacturer* and Dealers In All Kinds ol
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8A8H,   DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FI8H BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY QLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12 -Nsw Westminster Bo��  13'
fresh Sealshipt Oysters
are again tm sale by P. Burns & Cp., Limited. Try
a quart and be assured they are the best you have
ever had.
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P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS TUESDAV, NOVEMBER 21, 1S11.
THE DAILY NJEWS.
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SPORTS
"WONDERFUL WORK DONE
BY RACING PIGEONS
Fifty years ago tbere were probably
not more tban a hundred Englishmen
who knew what a homing pigeon was.
Today there are over half a million
racing birds in Great Britain, ranging
in value from $5 to $200 each, and
often as many as 10,000 biids take
���- part in one race.
The average person is apt to regard the man who makes a hobby of
pigecn-raclng as tbe humble individual
who is often to be seen on Saturday
mornings with a muffler round bis
neck and smoking a clay pipe as he
makes his way a few miles out with
his wicker basket, there to release his
birds for the home ward flight. As a
matter of fact, men of aii classes today take a keen interest in pigeon-
racing, a sport which received a great
Impetus when tbe late King Edward
and King George, then Prince of
Wales, established lofts at Sandringham and entered their birds for most
of the races. Indeed lt waa one of the
late King Edward's birds which established the record of flying 510 miles
at the average rate cf 1307 yards per
minute, which is getting on for a mile
ln sixty seconds. And amcngst the
members of the various flying clubs
throughout the country may be found
noblemen, merchants, literary and
scientific celebrities, all of whom take
the keenest interest in the pigeon
races, the season for which will shortly commence again.
Prises Offered.
There are considerably over 1800
pigeon-racing societies in Bi itain, and
some 200 laly fanciers who enter for
races. Each of the societies offers
prizes to its members ranting in value
from $100 to $1000, and It ls no uncommon thing for the owner of one
bird in a race to net $750 or so. Take,
for instance, the great pigeon Derby
of 1905, when over 2000 picked birds
were sent from various paits of England to Marennes. France, and liberated for flight homeward to their
lofts. The distance was 558 miles,
and the winning bird, bfbngng ti a
Mr. Matten, of Epsom, did the whole
distance In about sixteen- hours, and
thus won the King's prize. Th? R'v.
J. W. A. MacKenz'e was tte th'.id
winner, and as he had, in company
with many other owneis, pall mon^y
to enter hts bir.l in a pooling competition, he drew about $500.
This race was memorable, nit so
much for the speed of the birds as for
their splendid stamina against head
snd beam winds. Asa mater of fact,
the speed is very low as compai ei
with that of the winning bird In tt-e
pigeon Derby of 1908, whin over 7500
pigeons were released at Nantes.
France, and one of the birds covered
the distance from there to Bacup���
���t^fl.miles���at an average speed of no
less this 1433 yafito $%!> minuti, and1
won for .its owner prizes to th* valua
Of between $500 and $7B0.
160,000 Birds Lost.
��� Unfortunately in these long-dUtanca
races many of the birds are lost. In
the race just referred to, for Instance,
of the 7500 B'arters only ('.000 lirds
returned horae. In one disastrous sea-
���sen���viz., 1903���as many as 160,000
"birds did not return to their owner*,
and of those probably 60 or 70 pea
-cent were permanently Ids'. Then,
again, during the race tn 1903 $100,000
worth of homers belonging to No'th-
oountry pigeon-flying clubs were lost
ln a single race, the birds being driven
all over the country far out to sea by
a fearful rainstorm. In flylhg across
the Channel many cf the bitds, ow nrj
to exhaustion, flnd a watery /grave;
others settle at places en roue for
food and succor and are cartured by
what are known as "plgcon-trapperV
a make a great deal of money by
ng the lost birds to dealers in
ie markets. Then, again, a large
number of birds fall victims to the
guns of sportsmen.        ��r {���
���'twbedy flrnnHB.���
Story of the Qotden Circlet Given by
Queen Elizabeth to Her Favorite.
A small gold ring���the famous jewel
given by Queen Elizabeth to ber favorite, the Earl ot Essex���was sold, according to The London Minor, tor
3,250 guineas, or about $17,000.
It was bought by Lord Michelham,
son of the late Baron Hermann de
Stern, the famous banker millionaire,
and the possessor of one ol the finest
art collections.
The ring was given by Queen Elisabeth to the Earl oi Essex, aud had a'
strange and tragic history. This is its
romantic story: Queen Elizabeth gavei
to her favorite, the Earl of Essex, a
ring with the promise that whatsoever1
crimes his enemies might accuse him'
of, a return ol the ring would act a��
a pledge that she would pardon him;
or at least admit of him giving an ex-!
planation to justify himself in hep
presence.
Essex tell into disfavor and was condemned. He entrusted the ring, so thei
story goes, to the Countess of Nottingj
ham, a relative, but no keen friend ol
the earl, to be sent to Elizabeth.
Through some female caprice the message was not sent and Essex lost hia
head. - n
Later the countess showed Elizabeth
the ring and craved her forgiveness
Exclaiming that God might forgivJ
her, but she never could, ElizabetU
"flung herself out ol the chamber,''
and surrendered hcrssli to the despaii;
which seized her heart and died.
For all its sentimental associations,
the Essex ring is a small, unpreteui
tious object, made of finely chased
t>ure gold, engraved with arabesque)
foliage and with a black and white
medallion portrait of Queen Elizabeth,
The  Lapce.
Many military experts have derided,
the lance as a cavalry weapou, assert-i
lug that it is old fashioned and cumbersome. But there are those who
itill believe in shock tactics and lh*\
cavalry charges. In Germany espe-
'cially the lance in the hands of th��(
"Prussian uhlan remains a formidably
weapon. It recently has been pointed'
fjut, however, that the lunce point
(often mal:es too deep wounds for the
shaft to be withdrawn quickly, and
so the lancer runs the risk of having
it wrenched from his grasp in th.*
charge. Accordingly the cavalry regiments in Germany have for some time
been experimenting with a new kind
ol lance that carries a ball below th*
'base of the lance Head. It is claimed
���that the new arm is just as effective
jn disabling an enemy and is free from
inany disadvantages.
Poiion Rings.
To speak of poison rinirs at once
(Conjures up thoughts of Lucreziii
'Borgia and her gent!e methods of
eliminating those of her entourage
whom ghe considered undesirable,
'but tnese rings were used by several
'far greater though less notorious
ithan .��he. Hannibal killed liiinse.l
'.by means of a poison rin^. Demosthenes possessed one, and it is recorded by Pliny that when Crassus had
stolen the treasure from beneath the
-throne "'"'of Capitoline Jupiter the
guardian of , the   shrine   "broke   th��
?:em of his ring in hit mouth' ami'
OTthwith died." Those' who have
seen a poison ring will have noticed
what a formidable and facile weapon
it made, as the fatal scratch could
be inflicted while shaking hands.���
London Globe.
Chinese Confirm
Story of Massacre
Food  and  Strength.
Remember that the food you take
one day supplies the strength you put
forth the next. It is then a mistake
to take a heavy meal on the day oi
heavy work. TJie time to take it is
the day before. Wise stablemen know
this, and when a horse has a long
day's drive .belore him they give him
only what u called a "check feed."
a very light meal, to be followed at
night with.a heavy one. So there are
two good reasons lor a man's not eat
ing much on the day of jtress. It
adds nothing to his strength on that
day, and the process of digestion calls
the blood to work at the stomach
when every ounce ot it is needed at
the brain.
(Continued from page one!
tlon of the province Is considered probable.
Business Paralysed.
Shanghai, Nov. 20.���The sltua'ion
in Southern China ls becoming more
involved each day. The republicans
apparently ore determined to secure
their independence front 'he Manchu
'dynastv. but thero nre-grnve douhts i
of their ability to establish a stable
government In time to avoid the consequences of continued disorganization and the shsence ht revenue.
The provinces that   have   declared
Independence are organizing separate
governments, but each refuses recognition to the resnonBihilltl^s Increl
by the central government.   Nanking,
the ancient capital, Is ftlll firmly In
the possession of tho imperialists, but
ihe revolutionary  forces  approaching
Nanking    number    m?ny    thousand.
From Nanking on the north.side of
'thfe river, fotir thousand rebela with
lorty-one puns, are marrhing to Pu
Kew, which   lies   opposite   Nanking.
.From -Aw Hu on the south side of tbe
river two thousand-m��n are advene-
ing.     It ih reported that the>e rre
eight thousand coming from Canton.
Fifteen warships now in tha river
-under commrtnd of rebels are awai.-
Ing the signal for attack.
The imperialist garrison at Nanking, under command ot General
Chang, numbers about 11,000 men,
well trained, well nrmed and strongly
entrenched and fortified. It Is believed all the reHib"."m forces sre wl'h-
in ono day's striking distance of tho
Reports re-elved be-e direct from
Nanking, say that all foreigners north
of Pn Kow are safe. The consuls have
recommend that all foreigners ln
the Ynng Tse valloy come immedlate-
; iy to Shanghai.
Antiquity of Stockings.
Stockings were known among the
Romans more than 1,800 years ago.
as ii proved by paintings found in
the ruins of Pompeii. They were
considered more ornamental than
useful. In the colder climate ol
northern Europe they became a
necessity, and the manufacture ol
them became a rpcognized employment in the twelfth century, wnathl
they were fashioned chiefly of cloth.
In the reign of Edward II. they as-
sumsd a resemblance to those now
worn. At the courts of Spain and
Italy they were fashioned of si'.k und
were made enormously large.
' Deluding ths Dog.
When forced to travel all night the
Siberian natives make a prhetioe �����!
slopping just before sunrise ���and allowing their dogs to sleep. They
argue thst if a dog goes to sleep
while it is yet dark snd wakes up in
an hour and flnd* thc sun shining hr
will suppose that he has had a full
flight's rest and will travel all day
.without thinking of heing tired.
Japanese Festivals.
The Japanese festivals are easily)
remembered: First of first month,
the new year; third of third month j
feast of dolls, tor girts; fifth of flttl*
month, feast ot flag*., tor boftj
seventh of seventh month, the day
for the v god and gbddess of love,
Tonabots; ninthi of ninth month, thtl
"escape to the mountains." the feast
ot chrysanthemums. The lutter ty
not now generally observed.
FEMININE CODE OF HONOR.
Is It a Fact That Men Don't Expect
Women te Be Strictly Square?
It cannot be denied, aravely asserts
a well-known writer, that the stand-
ard�� of honor maintained by wrimen
ere just a trifle less keen than tho'e
of men. Insulting though it may
appear to them, we do not expect or
exact from women the "Same degree
of strictness jn matter- even of common honesty, as from our fellow men.
Take, for instance, card*. Any man
who is caught playing unfairly, or is
even xusppcted of so doing, li irremediably doomed to social perdition
and subjected to the most frightful
kind of ostrac'sm.
Yet dishonesty of this character on
the part of a pretty woman, or even
when the offender is an unattractive
old dowafer. excites only cur mildest
astonishment or our good-humored
amusement. The only one who shows
resentment is tiie other woman at the
table, whose anger and scathing contempt are undisguised and who may
be trusted to make the most of the
offense.
It would be going a great deal too
far to allege that we expect unfair
play when we have a woman as partner or as opponent. Still, if we do
detect her in any sharp practice, we
sre not precisely surprised, and 'I
the truth were told, do not think
much the worse of her for it. No
man would ever show himself so lamentably deficient in gallantry as io
look for the payment of any bet thit
a lady had done him 'he honor to
lose to him, and it would be equally
bad form for him lo suggest the return of cash advances that she had
condescended to accept at his hands.
Woman's stories and her statements are usually consrdered by the
sterner sex as infinitely more creditable to her power of picturesque
imag'nation than to her notions ol
exactitude���the latter not being regarded as her forte���and an impression prevails to Ihe effect that she is
even more artistic and deft in the
embroidery of facts than in her embroidery of textile fabrics.
Indeed, the only time when we are
ready to accord io her unrestreted
confidence and belief is when either
for the purpose of making us look
foolish or with some more serious
object cf her own in view, she tell��
us pretty and pleasant things about
ourselves.
The women themselves recognise
their shortcomings in this respect.
Is not one-of their (svorite and stock
phrases when they wish to inspire
us with confidence, "You know, in
questions of honor. I have the same
ideas as a man ; ergo, "I am exempt from the shnrtconrngi of my
sex in the matter." And do not they
repeatedly express the conviction
that this or that piece nf meanness
"can only have been perpetrated by
a woman?"
NOW I CAN SAY
UM CURED
AFTER TAKWG GIN PAIS
BniDcsmue, N.S.
"For twenty years, I have been
troubled with Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, and have been treated by many
doctors but found little relief. I had
given up all hope of getting cured when
I tried Gin Pills. Now, I can sav with
a liappr heart, that I am cured after
using four bdxes of C.IN PILLS".  ���
DANIEL V. I RASF.R.
just think of it I Four boxea of Cin
Pills cured Mr. Fraser���and he hsd
suffered for twenty years and l:e h:d'
been treated by doctors, tco. It is just
such cases as his, which' pn vc tbe
power of Cin Pills to cure Kidney
and Bladder Trouble, Burr.ing Urine,
Suppresion or Incontinence of the
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to carve. And there mi also a tried
tole in front ot him. And he had never done a lick ot carving in hi* lite,
tor h�� was a bachelor.   ,
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"A little of the sole." she replied.
He began to cut otl a slice ol the
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"The sole, the sole ?" cried the lady.
He looked ter the feet, bnt no soles
were left, so he tried a drumstick.
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"No. I only want a piece of . the
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Then did this young man rise in bis
wrath, stick a fork through the lowi
and put it all on the woman's plate.
"Take it." he shouted ��� "take it,
body, soul and all."
Then he helped himself to th* flsh.
Gat Married.
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conclusion that matrimony is ��� the
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1HL DAILY   NLWS.
1A MERE MWBOY^
He Did Not Prevent Edith
From Keeping Her Vow.
By   HONORE  WILLSIE.
To Edith's eastern eyes tbe ranch
was a moat fascinating place. Tlie
' wide, rolling stretches of plain, flat
mid brown under the autumn skies;
Ibe lean cottonwoods, whose scant
shade was a mere joke, and the ranch
house itself, roomy, low and ugly.
were all beautiful in ber eyes.
If you bad told Edith tbat this
strange fascination was due to tbe undeniable charms of a certain tall cowboy, who bud recently been made foreman of ber brother's ranch, she would
here tossed ber pretty head ut you
uud denied your iusluuutions scornfully.
"What," she bad exclaimed when
ber sister-in-law had slyly remarked
ou tbe regularity or Edith's morning
rides under lhe foreman's tutelage���
"what! I have more than an ordiuary
interest founded OU curiosity, for u
cowboy! Why. Alice, you forget where
1  was I torn and bred."
At this pretty Mrs. Alcott bad laughed merrily.
" Horn and bred.' " she bad repeated.
"My dear child, when you come west
you must forget that you were born
nnd bred. I did so live years ago. The
fact that you are a college girl won't
help you half so much as tbe fact that
you are unlearning your eastern method of saddle riding. These westerners
don't give a rap concerning your parents or your prandparents. Their Interests are all ln tbe present, not the
past. As Jimmy says, 'One man is as
good ns another here and a heap bet-
ter.' So leave off your condescending
air�� with Harry Esterly. Tbey are
quite lost on blm. I assure you."
Edith listened in silence to Mrs. Alcott and  watched her as she moved
quietly about ihe living room of the
ranch house, which wns as cozy nnd
homelike as the exterior was dreary;
then she picked up her riding whip. I
pulled the latch of ber sombrero under j
ber chin und with a disdainful little :
sniff  walked  out  toward  the  corral,
wbere Barry Esterly awaited her.
Harry   watched   her keenly as she
strolled slowly toward him.
"(.ad." be said to himself, "she's well
put up!"
And she wns���erect and 111 he as a
ynuiiK   Indian,   wilh   hair  Unit  shone
bronze  In   the  sun.   with  skin   ihat ,
���lowed wiUi health nfter the morning
tub and with nn nptlH to her beautl- '
ful \\**:n\ ihat would r:ell (dye n thrill
of pride to any nun on Whom she bestowed her friendship,
"is thai Joseph Int 7" she called to
Harry as she drew within balling distance.
"Yes. thal'S .loscpliine," answered
Hmttv. patting the smaller horse.
"Isn't she a Meanly7"
"She Is Indeed." said llie pirl. smnolh
Inn Ibe soft nose of the pre!I.v mnre
"Are you sure she isn't part broncho7
Brother ,Tlm says (hat If it horse Iin*
ever so lillie a drop of broncho blood
In hlm. ever so far hack, he's bound lo
buck at least once in his life. 4nd I
don't want lo he (he one to discover
thai one drop!"
Harry   shook   his   head.    "Well,   of
course." he said. "It's hard to pick up
a   horse  around   here   Ihat  you   can
vouch for.   Rut really, Mlss Alcott.
think Josephine Is as safe as a cradle
Kdith hung lier whip on the sadil
pummel and, motioning aw::v  Harry
offered hand, swung herself iu'.o
saddle.
"This morning," ho said. "I'm golns
to take you to my particular pel spot.
It's only balf ou hour's ride from here."
Out (bey raced across tho dust}
plan, tbe horses taking tbe barbed
Wire fences as lightly as hinls. xbej
drew vein nu a lonely little hillock, |ue
only break la tbe level of the plain foi
miles around.
"'���'">1;," suid Harry. "Sen how one
side Is BCOOped out. Some Inilhi.
made himself r shelter here some timi
from a <1ih( storm. And now stand
here <>n lop for n  moment and you
Will see why  I like I Ills pl\v *},"
Edltb looked. Tlie Hllg&t i'i,,lnetuo
gave o surprising sweep of view-Ihe
"f.,- ranch house, with tlm distant
grazing herds, the blue line of tiu/.e
IJuit marked ibe mountains and, far
ther still, the brown of tbe plain.
merging Into the Line of the desert
I
them.   Whirlpools of dost were burla
upon tbe bouse by a bowling win*
that shook tbe very rafters. I
Hour after hour of Intense dry he*'.
coiubined with the screeching of lh
wind, rasped tbe nerves almost to lh
breaking point. Edith strolled reel
lessly from room to room, .watchlni
tbe dust sift ln tbrougb tbe close*
window nnd under tbe doors. Final!;
she approached Mr. Alcott, who bai
come In just after tbe storm broke.     !
"lias   Mr.   Esterly   come  in':''   sh. *
nsm-d.    "Would   you   mind   looking
Jimmy?"
Mr. Alcott sighed patiently and wen
out Into the storm. Iu n few minute
be returned, looking a little anxious.
"He's uot there." he said. "He toi.
me he'd reach bere by tbe time th
storm broke. It's letting up a llttl*
and I'll send one of tbe men out soot
though nothing could bave happens
to au old timer like Harry."
Edith said notblng. but ss tbe wlm
lessened she stole softly from tbe root
and out toward tbe stables. Dusk wit
Just beginning to deepen as sbe rod
swiftly out toward tbe stopping plUu
of the morning. I
"If be got caught be made for thn
little shelter. 1 know." she snld to hei
self.   "Hut I know that that .losephiu
bus done something,  even If be is ' I
cowboy, uud it's nil my fault."
She drew rein by the hillock, liacl
in Us shadows sat Harry, pule, bu
OiSjily smoking, until he saw ibe stal
tied eyes of the girl. Edith gave hie
no time for questions. i
"Ob," she moaned. "I knew Joseph
ine would do something!"       * ,
Harry glanced in nn eaibarrnssw
way ut his ankle, about which he Imi
awkwardly tied a handkerchief. I
"All my own carelessness," he suit
EARNINGS AT BISLEY
WHAT A GOOD  MARKSMAN  CAN
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The Promoters In Charge of tho Qreal
Imperial Shooting Matches Provide Priies for Every Sort of Skill
In Marksmanship From Mere Be-
ginners to Old Seasoned Experts-
Miniature  Rifle Competitions.
Fifty years ago the National Rifle
Association wus founded to encourage
r'fle fhooting amongst volunteer?
throughout the British Empire. In
thut year���1860���the number of prizes
offered was sixty-seven, the total
vulii.> of which amounted to ��2,23B.
Lust year the total had reachel 6,603,
valued at no less than ��15,502 12s. 5d..
an increase which proves the popularity of the N.R.A. meetings.
While, however, the primary object
of the N.R.A. was to encourage shooting amongst service men, it has also
offered every encouragement to tb*
civilian rifleman. There are some
fifty competitions for revolver and
rifle shooting open to all comers--
ladies as well as gentlemen���with
prizes ranging from 10s. to ��30 and
��40 each. Further still, there are
competitions for beginners. There is
the Revolver Tyro Competition, for
instance, in which, for an entrance
fee of 2s., competitors stand a chance
of winning cases of revolvers valued
at from ��6 to ��8. In another revolver
tyro competition cash prizes to the
extent of ��30 are offered for the same
ctitrnnc:- fee, six shots in each case
being allowed, at a distance of 20yd��.
from ti stationary target,
ror beginners in rifle-shooting there
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ is the Spectators' Rifle Club's Tyro
I stood In the saddle lo look for th i Competition, in which the first prize
is live rides, and the Handsworth Tyro Competition, in which the first
prize is a rifle and ��20. In the latter
competition 100 prizes, valued at ��180,
an offered, but in each case a competitor must be a member oi the Territorials or a mender of a rifle club af-
filiated to Uie N.R.A. A competitor
is regarded as a .jro providing he
has not won a prize valued at ��2
or upwards at one of the annual prize
meetings of th? association.
Pehaps one of the nost interesting
Bislf.. competitions fo. civilian members oi rifle clubs is thu. ,or the Done-
gall Challenge Cun. Every year the
National Rifle Asociation present t >
the best shot in every rifle club in
the kingdom what is known as the
Donegal! badge, and it is only winners
of these badges who may compete for
the Challenge Cup and  the 122 other
v..m " ch.. i���,tt ��i.i ..���..,��, Prizes. ranging in value from ��1 to
fea, she half whispered , &���, and gold and silver badges. The
I do. }ou see, I uhvny. j Wfnne��� are facAded on the aggrPgat(.
points scored at 300 yards und 600
yards, seven shots being allowed at
the the first-mentioned' distance and
ten at the latter. The entrance tee ii
five shillings.
Altogether there are six special com-
petitions open to miniature rifle shots,
one of wliich���the "Ladies' "���is open-
to the fair sex only. In this competition ten shots are allowed at 50 yard*,
three souvenir prizes being given by
the N.R.A. Of the other competitions
for miniature rifles, the most popular
are the "Two-Twenty" and the "Hiud-
head," which prizes ranging from 5s
to ��5 are offered, the entrance fee in
each case being Is.   The popularity of
of a maiden lady, sister of one of -h�� j ^es.   competitions   may   be   judge,!
 _.   . ..      :. . . ,    , from the fact that last year there were
ship ou which she one�� | 343  entrie3  ,or  the  "Hindhead"  and
400 for the "Two-Twenty."
In regard to the service rifle compe-
tiuns. it is interesting to note that no
fewer than 1.195 crack shots entered
for the King's Prize last year. The
entrance tee is 25s., the prizes, of
which there are 400. amounting to
��2,220. The lowest prize is ��2 and the
highest ��250. given by His Majesty.
and a gold medal.
This competition is open only to
Territorials and retired Territorials,
but there are several others in which
good prizes are offered, and which are
open to all comers. The civilian who
fancies his skill with the service rill?
might, Ior instance, enter the Stock
Exchunse competition, which is open
to all British subjects,' the entrance
tee being but 5s. 'mere are 188 prize.-
to be won in this competition, the
lowest being ��1 and the highest ��20
Nearly 1.300 competitors entered this
competition last year, and there were
over 1,200 entries for each of Tlie Daily
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
herd, and if the blamed little lm|
didn't buck wll hout n word uf warn
lug mid throw me! I'll never hear 111
end of this at the ranch. First bors
that's thrown trie iu live years. Tbey'l
I rind us ln a little while. Tbey knot
I   this place."
|      Bnt Kdith conld not see Ibe humo
of the situation.
"1   was a sellish.  cruel thing." sh
moaned.   "Oh. you poor, poor boy!"
Unrry looked at her closely. Then Ii
i   leaned forward and quietly' took pos
[   session of her hand.
"Edith."  he suld softly-"Edlth,  *
you care7"
Edilh looked out luto the dusk.    ".'
cowhoy."  she  (bought,   "just  a   pluii
COWboy!      What    would    thev.   .-  _,'?!
Then wilh a deep Plush she looked inti
his face.    '
"I'm nfr:iid
said  I'd  never marry auy  but  u  col
lege man."
"Is that so?" chuckled Harry. "Well
you're keeping your vow. 1 have t
sheepskin kicking around in my stuf
somewhere."
"And you never told me!" F.ditl
exclaimed.
Harry looked un In surprise. "Oee,'
he said. "I'd forgotten all about It!"
And lie sighed in absolute content at
he felt Edith's face against his coat
sleeve.
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Toward the desert  Harry  looked  ap
ITehensively.
"Miss Edith," he snld, "1 believe
that we'll have n dust storm here in
nn hour or so. The air felt like it this
mr-nlng, -with this scorching wind.
and now 1 can see it gathering out
llipre on the desert. I wonder If you
���would he willing to ride ln to the
ratf'h &I953 wjd'e I ride out to speak
to Mr. Alcolt V"
IMith blushed h little. "Why, yes,
of course I'll go, but���bnt I wish you
would let me ride your horse back.
Mr. Esterly. I'm so afraid Josephine
Hill buck."
"Why,  she's  ns  safe  ns  a  church.
And   Hilly  here  used   to  buck  like a
,1ack rabbit     Of Course he's all rigfct
mow, I hough."
I   ������i'loase!" pleaded the girl,
Hairy Jumped from his bone and
deiped Kdith from lhe saddle.
"Let me t-luttlpta saddles <pV^��l;|v." he
HP Id. "We've no time to Wrfte." And
In e few minutes Edith wtts caaterlhjt
���wltl*/ toward the ranch Tiouse, while
Warry toi* out toward the 41atant
herd.
Half aa hour after Edith reached
Uie haus�� the dart atom vm sihB
Tho Why of a PseudonyiM.
The preference of many women
writers for n 111:110 pseudonym is
doubtless a survival of the old superstition that to engage In the task of
authorship was "unwomauly." the
London Spectator says, \i lie Uroiite
Rioter* set tn,. fashion in npprnrlng us
l'.in;or, Acton and Kills Hell respectively, 'iiielr eT'ivipie Was followed
by tieorge Eiiet. it tit "George" is a
name to which the distressed lady
novelist flies as to a city of refuge.
We have had (Jeorge Eg'erton. tieorpe
"Fleming, George Taston and n host of
others. Then, loo, there have tieeti
John Oliver lloiiiios, Itnlph Iron,
Frank Hamel ami Crank Dauby. On
.he other hnnclj Mr. Oliver .Mados
Ilucffer shares with tho iit(>" William
Sharp the distinction at a feminine
disguise, fur lie was known to Ihe
novel reading public for u long tlmo
as "Jane  Wardle."
A"8uC3��9ttve Name.
"While walking In the south n llttla
while ago." a pedestrian wrlles, "I
-���������������f upon nn old dttrky with a load
nf bay, He was standing in the road.
scratching his head and looking wor-
ieil-i.ti, very worried) .
���"What1* th,. mailer, uncle? I
isked.
" 'Well, niassa, 1 done got 11 load of
hay ffii- a man und Messed If I euo
tuem'ber his nunc ���
"Khowlng mo^i ofthe people around
'here, I asked, "What does his nume
-���und  like?"
" Well.' said Uncle, 'it reminds me of
Christmas,  Fourth o'  July an' New
Year's.'
" 'Oh,' I said, 'yon mean HolUday.'
��' 'Teseah, yessah, that's him!'
"And away be went"���San Fraact**
<0 CUronliiU.
Iskgraph r.id Graphic (."'i^,, fi e-u-1'
of tliere CoSffpefiUotil, which cr: 6poh
to all comer*, 131 prlZ"* are offered,
yulu'^. at ��330; so tnat there ii plenty
oJ s:*,\ii! tor prize winners.
Another excellent competition is tie-
Alexandra, in which ��1.000 in divide.I
into 325 prizes. Any man can enter
by paying an entrance fee id one
guinea, and is allowed seven shots at
ViOO yards and 600 yards respectively
Many riflemen enter the four competi-
tions���tlu| Alexandra, Daily Oraphic.
Daily Kffegraph and Graphic���in order to try and secure the ��250 chai
lenge cup which is offered to the competitor whose respective Hcores in the
four competitions make up the highest aggregate. There ara 124 additional prizes offered in what 11
known as the "All Comers' Aggr��- .
gate."   - -
' ffaturally  the  question  arises, doe< 1
it pay the civilian ritleman of averae;?
skill to expend money in entrance fee*
in vhese competitions in the hope of
winning a pound here and there?    lt '
all depends, oi course,  on the man'*
skill   with   Uie  rifle.    He  must   be   a
bit  above  the  average  if   he  Intend*
to clear hr.s expenses. A skillful shot
cun not only do tnis and have au en
joyablu time at Bisley, but may return
with  ��15 or   ��20  in  his  pocket;   for,
as has already been pointed out, ther."'
are close upon 0,W10 prizes to be won.
and competitions are arranged to suit
practically every class of shut.���Lou  I
dou Tit-Bits. I
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IHL DAILY NEWS.
WAant vmm
BUSINESS DIRECTORY j ==���
1.f>. O. F. AMITY LODOB NO. 27.���
, The regular meeting a of thia lodge
nre held ln Odd Fellow*' Hall, cor-1
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streeta,
��very Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. C. J. Purvis, N.O.; W.
C Coatham, P. G. recording secretary;  R. Purdy, financial secretary
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, publlc atenogra-
pher; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phene   415.     Rear   of   Major   an*
Savage's office. Columbia St.
PI8H   AND   GAME.
.AYLING A SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
nest to Bank of Montreal.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlater-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streeta, New Weatmlnster, B. C. P. O. tiox 112. Telephone 710.
(WADE, WHEALLUK, McQUARRlE ft
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Gran
Title atreet. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHRISTER.
solicitor and notary, 610 Colombia
Btreet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
jOAKD VV ViiADE���NEW Wtt&i
minster Board of Trade meeta tn mc
board room, City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday ot eacb month;
.quarterly meeting on tbe Ultra
Tb'araday of February, May, August
nnd NovemTrar, at �� p.m. Annual
meeilaga on the tblrd Thursday oi
.February. New member* may b*
.proposed aad elected at any montn
Ij or quarterly meeting. C. U
Stuart-Wade, secretary
NEW
WESTMINSTER
8ERVICE
MAIL
Crime
of
Arrival:
SO: 00���United Statea via C.
Tlm*
of
Closing:
P. R.
DRAIN GRADE MUST BE EVEN.
Slightest Inequality Causes Silt De-
posit* and Clogs ths Currant.
A matter of prime Importance In
laying tlle for drainage ef wet laud la
tbat of getting an even grade or fall
to tbe ditch, says I'rofeaaor M. E. Sber-
wln In the Progressive Farmer and
Gazette.
If tbe tlle In tbe bottom forma a
waving line or cbange from a given
grade to a grade lesa steep, tbere may
always be expected au accumulation
of silt due (o tbe leaa rapid flow of
water wit bin tbe tlle wbicb wlll drain.
Slit basins may be put in to admit ot
cleaning out tbla material at Intervale.
but Just aa far aa possible tbe deposit
of It should be prevented by getting
an even grade ao tbat tbere Is no tendency for accumulation.
Thia even grade may be obtained by
tbe une of a very simple piece of apparatus, one wbicb any farmer can
easily make and use.
Take a piece of 1 by 6 inch pine
board. A, sixteen feet long. Fasten
securely to tbe ends of this two pieces,
B B, eacb nine feet long, and bave
them meet above tbe middle of tbe
piece A. Tbe joint at C may be made
by lapping tbe ends, or tbe ends may
be cut slanting so tbat tbey flt up
against eacb otber. being beld by a
email atrip nailed across ou either side,
A fourth strip. I), should be fastened
aa indicated to B B. two inches above
board A. A plumb bob will now be
bung from a book at tbe Joint O by a
piece of due Iron or copper wire *q
that It will bang wltbio six Inches of
tbe ground.
Now get tbe piece A level (tbis Is
Important! and mark tbe place on U
wbere tbe wire hung*. Block one end
of A up from tbe floor oue-balf inch
by putting under It a piece of wood ot
tbis thickness and mark sgatu on l|
where the wire hangs. It will not
bang wbere it did before, but nearer
tbe lower end. Take tbe block out
and place uuder tbe otber ei��J. scaiu
marking ou D wbere it hangs. Repeat
tbis operation with a block one and
one balf Inches thick aud wltb blocka
(dally except Sunday).28:00
���7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
tdally except Sunday).20:30
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily exoept Sunday) .11:45
12:00���Victoria via B. C. E.  R.
(daily except Sunday).11:15
7:30���UnltedPBtutes via O. N. R.
(dally except Bunday 1.. 9.46
15:16���United Statea vln G. tt: R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All polnta east and Europe   (daily) 8:30
22:30���All points east and Europe   (dally)    14:00
10:18���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills     (daily     except
Sunday)       8:30
ao.OO���Sapperton and Fraaer
mills      (daily     except
Sunday)      -U:00
10:18���Coquitlam   (dally  except
Sunday)      %...... 8:30
12:0O���Central Park and Edmonds    (dally    except
Sunday)       U.ll
1400���Eaat Burnaby (dally ax-
Sunday)  1��:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuenttay nnd
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tueaday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and Friday    14:00
40:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham   Island, Bun
Villa  13:30
IO:00���Annieville.  Bnnhnry (dailv
except Sunday)    13:30
10:00���Wood wards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    "-SO
10:60���Vancouver,   Piper's   Siding    via    G.    N.    R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:2��
fl:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.   N.  R.   (dally ex-
(dally except Sunday). 14:00
11:80���Clayton (Tueaday, Thursday.   Friday   and   Bat-
day       H:0��
11:80���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       14:W
8:30���Burnaby Lake tdally except Sunday , M:W
40:00���Abbotsford. Majtaqul, Huntington, etc. Hdhlly except Sunday)    33:00
16:16���Crescent, Whit* Rock and  ���
Blaine    (dally    except
Sunday)  ft;4G
16:16���Hall'�� Ptalrle, T*r* Rldga
and Hazlemere (Tueeday. Thursday aad Saturday  - -v ��'*1
11:20���Chilliwack,   Milner,   Mt.
' ��hmaa, Aldergrove, Ot*
.et,   Shortreed,   Upper
Sumoa,  Surrey Centra,
i Cloverdale,       Laagld/
Prairie,       Murrayville,
Strawberry Hill, South    ���
Westminster.      Clover
Valley.   Coghlan,   Bar-
1 dls, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C B. R. frtT
except Sunday)   ...... ��-00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday    and    Fri
PLUMB FOB LEVEL DBJJX.
two. two and one-balf and three Inches
thick. Be sure to measure tbo thick-
ness ot each block.
Wben tbe plumb bob bangs across
tbe first mark made on D we bave
tbe board exactly level. Wben ibe
bob swings one, two or three spaces
either way we bave a grade of one-bait
Inch, one inch or one aud oue-balf
Incbea respectively In sixteen feel. By
placing this In tbe bottom ef tbe ditch
we ran tell bow much the grade le at
any place, and by moving It we can
tell whether or oot our grade la uniform all tbe way. If uot uniform we
can make It oo by eers ping off the
blgber places.
It ta necessary tbat the bottom of
the board A be a straight end. The
scale la marked on tbe board D ee
that It will not be liable to become
covered wltb dirt an U placed ou ibe
board A.
A plumb bob glvee a greater ami-
racy than a carpenter** level or otber
lepet placed on one of the boards aad
la also adapted for mere varied use.
Thl* piece of apparatus I* as emirate,
when carefully made, aa aay surveyor's level and can be used to advantage either with or without a surveyors level for getting tbe desired grade
In n drain, lta special use Is for determining when tbe grade la uniform.
It costs little and I* easily made. Ne
one can fall to understand IU use.
HEALTH 0NJTHE FARM.
Four Generation* ef One Family Week
Together In Field.
That health and long Mfe ar* found
ea tbe farm bas long beeu known.
Life In tbe open air, wltb sound sleep
aad wholesome food, means health, and
a busy body means a contented mind
and little wear and tear ou nervea.
The accompanying picture shows
four generation* of on* family at work
roun anaaanoRa at won*.
In a field on a Long Island farm. All
are sturdy aud happy. It Is seldom
ladeed tuiit four generations will be
found engaged In a gainful occupation
ln a city.
Country School Spoils Good Farmers.
Vix-atlouai traiuiog la enlisting as
never before tbe (merest and effort of
business men and educators ln several
western states. For two year* cer
tain bankers lu Minnesota have promoted It very actively, tbeir commercial interest lu farm properties and
people leadlug tbem to do so. Tbey
have fouoa that of 435.000 schoolchildren, educated at a cost of JI4.0OO.OUO
annually, fewer tbaa l.auo mieud agrl-
cniturai school* la a state which baa
only oue-tblrd of th* tiiuibi* land
within It* *4.000 square uui** under
cuttlvstioo over ito per cent or tbe
cui Id re* sre belug trsined io be consumers and ouiy four t��niiw ot I per
cent to be producers. J tie present
scliool system, even in thf country,
was tbus found to be educating children awuy from tbe farms, "apoUlag
good tar were and not making good
city men."
The bankers offered prizes for tbe
beat answer te lh* quvattuo. Why am
1 B"l��a to le*v* tbe rarmt Th* hoy
who won first pruce laid stress on the
fact that "most ot tb* *arhoottnarm*'
are town girls er girls from town
������-boots and don't Ilk* country life.
Their attitude belpa to sow dissatisfaction among tbe pupil*."���Survey.
LAND ACT.
New Weetmlneter Land District, District of New Westminster.
Take notice tbat I. Walter S. r �� e,
of New Westminster, B. C, occupation broker. Intend to apply for permission to lease the following described land.
Commencing at a poat planted one
and a balf miles from Lillooet river
on the east bank of Twenty Five Mlle
creek, running 80 chaina nortb, tbence
80 chains east, thence 80 chains
south, thenee 80 chains west to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
Date. September 18th, 1911.
WALTER S. ROSE,
Name of Applicant (In full).
JAMES G. McRAE.
Agent.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
���14.400,000.00
.12.000,000.00
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Ra Lots 3, 4, 5, 8, !), 11, Block 2; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Hock 3; Lots
1, IA, IB, 4, 6, 6, 7, Block 4: Lots
1. 2, 3. 4, 5, ��, Block 6; Lots 1, 2, 3,
4, 5. fi, Block fi; Lots 1. 2, 3. 4, 6,
fi, Block 7; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 6, 6,7,
8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Block
8; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 16, 17, 18, 28,
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 or New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 19478F, 1 sued
In tbe name of The Bldwell Bay and
Belcarra Company, Limited, haa been
flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I ahall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in tbe meantime valid objection
be made to me in writine.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Reg'stry Office, New Westminster, B.C., November 20, 1911.
LAND  REGI8TRY ACT.
Re a part (10 acresL of a portion
of Lot 273, Group 2, New Westminster District:
Whereas proof of the loss of certl
flcate of Title Number 1199F. Issued
in tbe name of George' Carter, has
been flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shal1,
at tbe expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. ft, Oct. 31, 1911.
Learn   Classes every Monday    and
~���      Thuraday night,   8   o'clock,
To      at 318 Royal avenue.   Those
_ receiving    invitation    cards
Dance for the FrlB&y evening
dances in St. Patrick's hall will please
notice that invitations are good for
the season. Dancing 9 to 2. C. W.
Openshaw's four-piece orchestra.
Phon* L*7t. 3. R. Barnott, Manager.
Branch** throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ano in London, Eng
hud, New York. Chicago and Spokane,
C.8.A., nnd Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
tare of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents In all parte of the
world.
Saving* Bank Dspsrtment��� Deposit*
received In sums of $1 and upward
aud interest allowel at 8 per cent, pei
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over 8186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 106.     P. O. Boa S4S.
Office, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tJMce 'Pbene 1Mb     Barn 'Phone 11
Begbie Street.
Baggage   dell versa   promptly    _,*
nny put ot ta* elty.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
Th*
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reaerve 7,200,000
The Bank hap over 200
branches, extending ln Canada
from the Atlantic to the Paclac,
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cltiea ln the world. These ex-
oelent connections afford every
banklne facilitv.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
���i-HnmnnmiiiminH
I;FITTING HORSES FOR SHOWS.
i. *********
' ' On*   ef   th*   open   secrets   ef
! feeding   hones   tor   shews   snd
��� ��� fairs is to give them plenty ef
; ; fresh milk, regardless et the ag*   J.
'. al th* animal.                                    T
HI 11 III 111 11 Mil I I'M-
day
9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily except. Sunday). 17:30
(dailv except Sunday).20:30
11:20���Abbotsford   vln   B.C.E.R.
(daily ��cept Bunday). 17:80
-16:60���Cloverdale   via   B.C.B.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:70
The Hum of the Hive.
\ ��� ���        ��� i
Give your beea plenty of good food
fer whiter.
Leave no boo��J or io��ee comb wen
around tb* apiary under auy circumstances.
'lhe bee when out fnreglng oever-
act* en th* offeu-��iv��-*iwey* on tbe
Oefeaslre.
Beeswax la alwaya in good demand,
nnd tbe wise beekeepers eave eeefy
���crap or It
Two drone* cost as mneh to. rale* a*
three worlnw*. and after Ihey ar* rate-
a* they keep oh eatliig. while the work-
era labor for you.
Never extract honey before at leaa*
two-thirds ef tbe comb I* sealed or
r*t*t***A over: etherwlw* Ihe honey I*
net ripe enough mid will ferment
A apeclfll bee cellar In which nothing else Is kept Is eertaluly desirable,
but many beekeepers cannot afford tbla
and yet can well aparo room In a good
bouse cellar.
Beea wlll produc* more extracted
honey to tho hive than comb hooey,
yet the higher price that comb honey
#111 brihg make* tho Income *
torn either Ut* about the
The Feed Thet Plents Want.
Tbere are tea eaeential element* et
plant too*. Five or these are provided by nature in abundance���v��.
carbon aad oxygen, aocured by ib*
grwwlag plant directly from tb* air.
hydrogen from water absorbed by tbe
earth. Iron aad sulpha* supplied by
tbe sell.
tfbe remalntag See elements are
nitrogen, pbospborua. potassium, mag
neelum and calcium. Tbe supply aad
liberation *t these five constitute the
foundation ef permanent agrtrultnrs
on all cultiratable soils la humid ���ection*. Nitrogen exist* ln th* air In
absolutely inexhaustible amount, and
for general fanning can be oecured
from the air moat economically by th*
growing of legume crops.
If these craps ara plowed under,
nitrogen I* thus Increased and additional organic matter supplied, which,
a* It decaya In tbe sell, helps to liber
st* or make available th* otber (our
Important element*.
Let WW* Hav* Own Mon*y.
It i* a deplorable fact tbat many a
wife haa to beg ber bnrhand for money after abe bas heiiiec. to make IL
To bave to ask for money, even wben
tt Is given willingly, ts a disagreeable
thing. Did you ever hear tbe story of
tbe committee ef women wbo pledged
ihemseivee lo contribute gl each to a
worthy cause? Tbe dollar waa to he
earned by nard work. Tbe ntgbt ot
ibe collection some runny atom* were
told about bow the money bad heen
earned- "How did you eurn your dollar V the chairman asked s handsome
woman. "I gut It fmm my busliaHd."
waa tbe r*ply. "There waa no nard
work about that," some one said. Tb*
woman amlled and answered. "You
don't knew my husband."
$
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Tueaday
1:00 P. M Dally
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
10:0* A.  M.
11:00 P.  M.
For  8eattle.
...Daily
...Daily
For Prince Rupert nnd Alaaka
11:00 P. M.. .Nov. 4th, 12th, Dec. 8th.
Fer Queen Charlotte Ialand*.
11:*��0 P. M...Oct. 31, Nov. 11th, 25th
For Hardy Bay.
8:30 A.  M Wedneadays
Fer Upper Fraa*r  Rlvar Point*.
Leave New Weatminater. 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 Gallano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Oanea Hr. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Af ent. New Weetmlneter.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
rMJMftn
GASOLINE ENGINES
W to �� H. P.
I and 4 Cyole.
Local Agent*
Westminster Iron Works
Phon* 68.
Tenth  SL,  New Wsstmlnstsr.
GRMtD
fRVlH*
Pacific Coast Fleet
Dock   at   Johnson's Wharf,   foot   of
Columbia Avenue.
Steamship
"Prince Rupert"
(3600 Tons;  7000 Horse Power.)
MONDAYS
for
PRINCE RUPERT
Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islands and
to points east of Prince Rupert cn
Grand Trunk Paciflc Railway.
SATURDAYS for
VICTORIA and SEATTLE.
Tbrough tickets to Eastern points
via the Grank Trunk Railway System,
the "Old Reliable" and "Double Track
Route."
TICKET8 TO AND FROM EUROPE.
H. G. 8MITH, C. P. & T. A.
Phone Seymour 7100.
L. V. DRUCE, C A.
Phone Seymour 3060.
YES, WE CAN
(LEAN IT
Our process of Dry Cleaning
and Dying la MARVELLOUS.
We can reclaim many garments you might decide to cast
aside.
Phone R278 for the Best Work.
Gent's Suits Pressed   ���   75c
Gent's Suits Cleaned $1.50 np
royaTcity
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyers
G. F. BALDWIN, PROP.
345 Columbia Street.
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1 Phone m. P. O. Box SKT. 1
JAM PRINTING CO.'
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS   ���
Meet every Monday In lAbor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, buaineas agent of-
flee. Blalr'a Cigar atore. Office phone
L 608, Residence phono SOL
. Keeping Rats Fe*m Chick*.
In on* night rat* will destroy enough
chick* to pay for many a rod ot Brft
etna* line mashed wlr*.
��� MtHMimimnmtm :
' ��� HUMANE   HORSE   COLLARS.  ';
.. .___ ���
A man wh* wsrtcs ��� *w#st pad
'' *n hi* hers* *ught t* h*v* em
! en hi* own n*ck.   It I* eumbar-
��� - Min*, h*t, filthy *nd it bread*
' scabs. Th* up to dat* man has
��� long   age  dl*e*rd*d  ths  cotton
'' pad and us*s a l*ath*r collar��� |
I . smooth, no lump*, n*r kn*t*, nor J.
��� ��� awsat ol*t*���that Is. If h* al**n* t
'' K and *ll* It *ftan *nough. $
tfiiiiii'imiiiiiiiiiliwi
P. a GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
Mo   Oo   A*
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER    TRUST     BLOCK.
Phon* 601. Bom 772
NEW WESTMINSTER. V. C.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Cornsr Eighth St. and Fifth Avenu*
PHONE 87a
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
'  Description ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Weetmlneter.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
| j. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
T*l*phons R 118  Oflte** Prlneoaa *���*
THE
Bankofloronto
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.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperfaangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMIN8TER B.C.
Interest is paid on
Balaacetjhalf-yearly.   ::
Basnets (Accounts   opened
m faroraM* terns.   ::   ::
INCORPORATEDS1855
ASSETS  $48,000,000
MEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C
BRANCH
���15 Columbia Street.
HORSE
BLANKETS
WE have on hand a
full line of Horse
Blankets, Buggy Rugs and
Waterfront Covers. The
Prices are Right and the
Quality is Guaranteed.
T.J. TRAPP
& COMPANY, LIMITED.
Phono SS, Now Westminster, B. C.
��� -^P"��"��.HMi m m**���***�� i
PAGE EIOHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
ELECTRIC
WATER-MOTOR
and HAND-POWER
"MAXWELL"
Washing
Machines
and Wringers
SOLD and
GUARANTEED by
ANDERSON & LUSBY
3BC
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, 8ept|c Tanks, Etc.
A
farther
If you are looking for some means
to protect yourself against financial
loss through the death of your live
stock, come in and talk it ever with
me. I can give you- Insurance at the
lowest tossible rates in regular licensed companies.
Alfred W. McLeod
Mrs. G. T. Wilson will not receive
on Wednesday, Nov. 22.
.- ^*
There will be a meeting of the East
Burnaby Football club on Friday night
at Bert Lindsay's store, Tenth avenue.
Ice cream, all fruit flavors, promptly
delivered.   Phone 310.   I. A. Reid.   *
Tickets for tho St. Andrews' Con-
cert'aud Dunce are now oat. September 28. *���
Tho funeral of Mrs. Grace Garraway
took place yesterday afternoon to the
Church of England cemetery. D. Mur
chle & Son had charge of the funeral
arrangements.
Take tbe steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o'clock. ������
i
Yesterday morning Hobert L. McKee, while working on the Clover lalo
line of the B. C. E. It., was struck
by a cross-piece falling from a pole.
He was badly bruised but otherwise
unhurt.
Eyes tested for glasses; satisfaction guaranteed by W. Gifford, graduate optician. Optician parlors in
T. Gifford's Jewelry store. ���*
One month's imprisonment was the
penalty meted out by Magistrate KA
monds In the police court yesterday
morning on a man of twenty-one whq
kicked a woman. "The man who will
kick a woman is a brute," commented
his worship.
St. Andrews' Concert and Dance un
der auspices of Sens rf Sco lai.d, et
Oddfel'ows' Hall, Eighth street. September 2S.    Secure tickets now. *���
The commlttte of tlie New Westminster Chornl Society has made ar
rangements to hold weekly practices
in St. Andrew's hall, nevt to the Presbyterian chuich. The next practice
will be held tonight at 8 o'clock sharp
when all members are requested to
attend.
You Need
a Ryrie
Catalogue
to solve quickly and
satisfactorily all your
Christmas worries
about "what to glvo."
Suitable gift articles
to suit every taste ancl
every purse aro to ba
found on every ono of
the 124 pages of illustrations.
To save time, worry
and expense, write for
a copy at once���it's free.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Cudi'i L*rs*it Jcwtlrjr Home
Jas. fff-r/e, Prrs.
Hart) Hurls, Ssc.-Trsas.
184-136-138 Yonge St
TORONTO
mps
NfW LINENSTHAT BEAVT,FY
THE HOME
&.
W'-i
MJRANGL
m
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  ��a.   %    ���'""-""H(*'x*  Weatmlnster.
ESTABLISHED 1882.
A Swell
LINE  OF
Fifty foot lot two minutes walk
from Edmonds station. Good view.
Practically cleared. $400 cash.
National Finance Co., Ltd., 521 Co
lumbia street. **
The new Roman Catholic church
was opened at Port Moody on Saturday by Father W. P. O'Boyle, St.
Peters, New Westminster, nnd Rev-
Father Rocher, ptiest in charge at
Port Moody. The church has seating
accommodation     fo;-   three   hundred
A euchre party will be held in gt.
Patijck's hall on Wednesday evening
commencing at S o'clock sharp. The
arrangements for this entertainment
are in the hand* of the Social Assem
bly of St. Peter's Church. Card-i will
he played until 10:30. after which re
freshments will he served, to be followed by dancing, the m-isic to hc
supplied by a three-piece oreLes'.ra. *'
Two loU 02x132  feet,     two  and     a
half blocks from Twelfth street, tram
Seventh avenue.    Very llv.ht clearing.
(025  each-,   one-third    cash,    balance
arraflged. National Finance Co., Ltd.,
521 Columbia street. *���
rein? unnli'e to fin 1 bonds ti tho
value, cf |500 as security that he
keep the peace, James Dixon, railway
pect ion hand nt Port Moody has h��en
lorl.i.ed in thc provincial jail for two
months, on conviction of using threatening language to Arthur Martin, of
Port Moody.
All the best local talent for the
S.ns of. Scofbnd Conce-t and Dance,
on St. An'r^w's night, Sepiem
ber 28. **
LOOK!
Nanaimo Street
Three roomed house on large lot.
Price $1500
$400 cash, balance over two years.
BURNABY
Second Avenue, near Sixth Street,
three lots.
Price $600 Each
One-third cash, balance C, 12 and
18 months.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
The many who are already purchasing Table and Fancy Linens, remind
us tnat Christmas is drawing nlgh.
We have no need to enumerate on
the many advantages gained by early
shopping and to those who buy early
we offer many special bargains. It
will be a pleasure as also a profit to
choose from among the large stock
displayed ln this store. But its impossible to mention more than a few of
the special lines.
One of the Linen
Sets Makes an
Acceptable Gift .
LINEN 8ET $5.00.
Table Cloth of flne satin Damask; size 72x108 inches.
Extra flne linen and beautiful designs. One dozen
Napkins; size 22x22 inches; hemmed.
LINEN 8ET $6.00.
Table Cloth of extra grade satin Damask; size 72x90
Inches. One dozen Napkins to match; size 22x22;
hemmej;   exclusive patterns.
LINEN 8ET $7.00.
Table Cloth, size 72x108 inches; double satin Damask. One dozen Napkins, size 24x24 inches; hemmed;  large choice of stylish patterns.
Excellent elofx of finest Damask, hemstitched; size
63x83 inches. In rose and maple patterns; soft finish;  values $4.00.   To clear $2.75
Week Specials
of Excellent
Values
Table C'oth, rlze 68x68 inches; nice breakfast size;
great value at each  $1.25
Table Cloth of superior grade linen finish; size
67x84 inches. Big choice of designs. Extra special,
each    $1.50
Mercerized D mask Cloth; size 69 lnche3 square;
very highly finished. Values worth $2.25. Our special, each  $1.75
*
Table Cloth   all linen/ size 72x90 inches; flne grade
and neat paturns.   Values $2.26 and $2.50.   Special,
each  $2.00
Fine Irish Linen Napkins; eW.e 23 inches; extra
heavy Damask; hemmed. Valuta regular $3.50.
Special offer,  per dozen $3.03
B. & M.
FISH MARKET
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
Fresh Salmon (half or whole), lb. 10c
| Fresh Salmon, sliced... .2 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Cod (half or whole), lb 7c
Halibut (half or whole), lb ft*".
Smells  Z lbs. for Kl
Smoked Salmon, lb 15c
Smoked Halibut, lb 15c
Kippers and Bloaters, lb 10c
Finnan Haddie   2 lbs. for 25c
Rabbits, each   35c
Mallards, per brace  $1.25
Delivery 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Napkins size  20x20 Inches; extra linen finish; hem-    Napkins,  size 20 Inches; flne quality linen and good
med.   Special, per dozen    $1.75    design;   hemmej.   Very special, per dozen  $2,50
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF FANCY LINENS THAT SHOULD PLEASE EVERY TASTE AND FANCY.
,       DOYLIES, TRAY CLOTHS, CENTRE PIECES AND RUNNERS. IN    DRAWN WORK,   BATTENBURG,
EMBROIDERED AND LACE TRIMMED.
GREATEST SELECTION AND PRICES THE LOWEST.
Just to hand, direct from
the factory..,;Good values
from $1.50 to $12.00.   You
may not flee^ one now, but
have a loQk^Sj^ them, you
will probably need one later.
* Wa ���
. u,
Curtis Drug Store
For       '; ��� ' i
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLE
SEEDS *
Phone 43; L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
I11!,','!���
SEASONABLE
GOODS
Muir's White Pine Cough
Cure, Cold Cream,
Witch Hazel and other
lotions, Catarrh Cures,
Etc.
AT
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia Bt.
Nety, Westminster. B.C.
Holroyd Paull's Recitil.
Mr. Holroyd Paull's violin recital
was given at St. Patrick's hall lasl
night to a rather poor, but highly ap
preciative audience. It may havi
been the we;:t!ier that kept many in
ilcors, but those who stayed away, foi
whatever cause, misso.l a wonderful
musical treat. The program wliich
.vaa published In yesterday's Dailj
News was excellently well chosen ami
in it's rendering Mr, Paull Bfrowed
great technical mastery of bis Instrument, exhibiting also broad tone and
a fine reuse of contrasted efli cts. Mr
Paull was beard lo the besl advantagi
In tho well, known Mendelssohn Cdn
certa in R. Minor. Tho sympaMi - I
rendering of th?' andante, add 111���
brilliance and pi [itance of thc tone in
the finale could not fail to please am
audience. As an encore Mr, Paul:
played Goddard's Berceuse, which was
In treat contrast.
In his second group of pieces which
were remarkably well selected be en
tered well into tho spirit of music
and the renderings were characterise
ijtie. Some clever Harmonic and Pizr.i
cato work was exhibited, notably In
Ihe "Danse Tzigane" (NaChez), and
the muted playing was distinctly good
After the la3t Item Mr. Paull was
not allowed to go until he had given
bb an encore Raff's Cnvalina. which
rtisDlaycfl io the full his fine breadth
and sympathy of tone.
Miss nettle Franklin, who assisted
Mr. Paull, proved herse'f to be thc
rossessoi- of a brilliant voice. Sho
has some good notes of a mezzo
nuallty, antl Is also ross-essed of a
! wide ranee, with a clear enunciation
iAll her songs were given In English
and she received an encore after each
one. To tbe disuppoln'ment of many
Mlss Franklin substituted "ll Bacelo"
for Tosti's "Goo.I Pve."
Mr. C. W. Openshaw. the aceom-
ranlpst, was at his best at the piano,
which sneaks volumes.
As has been Intimated the audience
was not what it should bave been, bnt
a return visit from Mr. Paull will
snrclv rectify'this, for th" recital was
altogether   a   most  delightful   event
Terms���Casn.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front St.
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Pijce Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real  Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
A SNA
(flfifl) Sixteen large lots fronting on a graded street and Just off
Second street, one of the widest streets in this city. These lots arc
almost cleared and offer an exceptional opportunity as an investment or for a contractor in senrch df cheap sites for Inexpensive
cottages.
Price $500 Each
Terms: $100 Cash, balance 5, 12,
18 and 24 months.
Building Is active in this district where over forty houses have
heen built during the past year and every one has been sold or
rented.   For sale en bloc or in single lots.
THE
JEWELER
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MESH BAGS
STERLING Silver, $25.00 to $40.00 each
GERMAN Sifoc, $5.00 to $15.00 eacb
Child's Purses, $1.75 and $2,00 each.
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.E. R��y
������������������Meeeeeesssss �� sssees ************************** J
ms**m-mm*a*m^mmm*^a-t^____w^Kma^^amm*mmm^m^^*mmaerm
NEW   ARRIVALS
Orchid Talcum, Orchid Cold Cream, Orchid Perfume
Orchid Almond Cream.
ADONIS   HED   RUB
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
���PHONE 67 WE8TMIN8TER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE TH^ 1.ATE8T  IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
...J���u	
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Oenl. Mgr.
N. BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKUN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.   ========
Manufacturer! and Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877. Shingles, Sash, Doers, Mouldings, Etc.
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1005.
FJ Jart & Oi Uri.
INew Westminister
Head Office, New Westminster.      Uranches at Vancouver
Chilliwack and Aldergrove, B.C.
Victoria,
INTERURBAN   TRAMS.
Westmlnater branch. ��� Can
leave for Vancouver at 6, 6:46
a.m. and every 16 mlnutea
thereafter until 11 p.m. Last
car 12 p.m. Sunday leavea at
6, 7, 8 a.m. and every 16 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Can
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. conn���o^
ing at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line,���Can leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
eave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9.30 a.m., 1-29 and
8.10 p.m.
Huntingdon and way points,
leaves at 4.05 p.m.
EXCURSION TO (
CffllUWACK
The B. CER. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS TO
TAKE   THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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