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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 228.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
TEES REPORTED SAFE
Vessel   in  Distress in  Kyuquot Sound is Unharmed
RESCUING VESSELS ON ALERT
Word  Received   By  Wireless  Yesterday Afternoon Holds Out Hope
That  All   Is Well.
Victoria. Dec 1.���Great relief was
occasioned here thiB evening when
the Estevan wireless station reported that af 5:45 p.m. communication
was had with the steamer Tees. The
Estevan reported that there is every
hope that everybody on board the distressed vessel ls well.
Every effort ls being used to secure
thc exact position of the wrecked vessel. News is eagerly awaited from
the rescue steamers. The last word
was at 3 o'clock, lt was to the effect that the Tahoma is working her
way into Kyuquot Sound.
LUNATIC ESCAPES
AT DOOR Of ASYLUM
Discharged as Cured Young Man Becomes   Danger  to    Parents���Imagines He Was Kidnapped.
MUSCULAR RELIGION
Gymnastic     Exhibition     At
Local Y.M.C.A.
LOCAL ROYS' GOOD SHOWING
Scribe Condemns Gum Chewing, But
Commends    Display   Aoainst
Heavier Opponents.
It was a gala night yesterday at
the new building of Die Y. M. C. A.
on tlie occasion of the association's
g\mnasium exhibition. Theie was a
large crowd in attendance to see tha
boys at work, and tbe audience was
oot disappointed.in the display put up
toy the young ethlataa. TIM a��tar
event ot tba evening waa tba baaleat-
ball mal^'h between the Y. M. 43. A. of
Vancouver artd the local branch ofj
the association. This game produced |
a stiff fight, but at the end the vis j
Iters came out the victors by a hard
Escaped on hiB way to the asylum
yesterday morning a lunatic ls now at
large probably at some place south
of the river. The fugitive is a young
man, resident in South Vancouver,
wbo was released from the asylum
some three or four years ago as
cured but during the last few days n
went off his head again and became
so violent as to be a danger to his
parents, whom he believes are really
rtrangcrs to him and have kidnapped
him from his own home.
Tbe circumstances of his escape
are as follows. Early in the ���->rn-
ing Mr. W. Duncan, a friend of the
man's family, found things had como
to such a pass that there was nothing for it but to take the young fellow to the asylum. Accordingly they
started off together from South Vancouver to walk over ta this city. All
went well until tliey arrived at the
Great Northern depot, where Duncan
persuaded his friend to alt on tbc
fence while he went away for a moment He then went up to see Dr.
Doherty and secured an assistant to
help him bring thp man in. When
they returned to the place where he
had been left no one was there, and
search revealed no trace of his flight.
The city police were notified of the
escape. It is believed that *' - fugitive made off across the bridge down
the B. C. E. R. track towards Clover-1
dale. j
Provincial Constable Irving of the
South Vancouver force was early on I
the scene, and the provincial police
were made acquainted with the facts
A careful watch is accordingly being
kept for the wanted man all aloni? |
the line, and it Is confidently expected that he will soon be found and
place:',  in safety.
A description of the man Btates that
he Is 2,'i years of ape, about, fi feet 7
inches ln height and very thin, with
a wild fixed look on his drawn face.
He la clean shaven and wears a Wai
ault and a eott. drak grey hat.
HUNGRY HOBOES
ROBBED LARDER
McNAMARA BROTHERS
CONFESS THEIR GUILT
Labor World Astounded By Collapse of Defence and
Dramatic Finish to Notorious Trial���Sentences on Tues*
day���Life Imprisonment For James.
po* Angeles. Dec. 1.���Tonight
James and John McNamara sit ln
their cells, the former a confessed
murderer, in that he placed the bomb
which blew up and wrecked the Los
Angeles Times building, In the early
hours of the morning of Oct. 1, 1910,
which caused the death of twenty-one
persons and the latter confessedly
guilty of having dynamited the Llewellyn Iron Works on Christmas Day,
W10.
The trial reached a dramatic clim
ax  this afternoon.    Twenty  minutes  astounded.
after the court opened the men had
confessed and been taken back to
prison quarters.
It is likely that sentence will be
passed on the prlsoneis next Tuesday. The prosecuting attorns asks
for a life sentence Tor James McNamara and fourteen years for John. Thl.
Is said to have been arranged between the opposing counsel previous
to the opening of the court.
The conclusion of the case came
as a great surprise to everyone, and
the  leaders  ln  the  labor  world  are
ODD EEllOWS FEAST
BELLINGHAM LODGE
Successful   Evening  Passed  by  Members of  Orler���Visiting  Team
Displays Splendid Work.
The fact that on the point ot brotherhood there Is no boundary line cn
the continent of North America, was
impressively illustrated last night
when the brethren of Royal City
Lodge, No. 3, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows had as their guests at
a banquet the brethren of Bellingham Lodge, Rising. Star, No. 202.
The Bellingham brethren were present to the number of BU, and every
seat in tlie banquetting hall was occupied.
The following were the members of
tbe committee of arrangements:
Bros. C. S. Keith, D. K. MacKenzie,
W. E. Brown. G. E. Gilley. II. Gilley, B. J. Boughen, H. Orr and R. W.
Shiles.
Bro.  C.  |3.  Keith  was  toaaMnaster.
FARMERS ENDORSE
GOOD HIGHWAYS
Americans   Foresee   Friendly   Emulation in Work of Making Roads
in Canada.
MYSTIC SHRINERS
VISIT VICTORIA
Fifty   Candidates   Were Initiated    to
Membership at Two Sessions
on Thursday.
Victoria, Dec. 1.���Nobles of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Mystic
Shrine, to the number of over a hundred, arrived in the city to attend
the ceremonies of Gizeh Temple. It
was a red letter day in Shriner circles
here. Visitors came from the leading
centers of the province, from the Yukon from Portland, Seattle, Tacoma
and Spokane, and as far east as Calgary. Some fifty candidates were in
Itiated at the afternoon and evening
sessions, which were presided over
by Illustrious Potentate Charles A.
Welsh of New Westminster.
Following the termination of the
evening sesglon the visitors were
guests of the Victoria Nobles at a
banquet held In the banquetting hall
at the Masonic Temple.
This evening at the Alexandra Club
a complimentary ball  will be held.
More Dynamite.
Leavenworth, Kas.. Dec. 1.���The
finding of four loaded revolvers and
four sticks of dynamite in the federal
penitentiary yard today probably prevented a wholesale outbreak of convicts.
EIETEEN DAY TRUCE
Yuan Shi Kai Treats With
Insurgents.
REBEL SUCCESS AT NANKING
Leaders to Meet at Shanghai te Discuss Proable Cessation of
Hostilities.
"Hearty congratulations on the formation of tbe Canadian Highway Association. The Country Life Congress, in session in Spokane, wishes
you every success."
The above is an extract from a
night lettergram received yesterday
morning by W. J. Kerr, president of
the Canadian Highway Association
The message was sent by the secretary of the congress at the instance
of Horatio S. Earle, of Michigan, u
former highway commissioner of that
Customs Returns
The monthly returns for the customs department during November Bhow a great increase over those
of the same week a year ago. At that
time tbey only amounted to $21,679.
14, while last month they reached
the large figure of $35,591.63, an increase of over 66 per cent.
Sixth Avenue Methodist Church
Considerable    progress    is    being
state who rejoices in the sobriquet ot   made   on     the    church   building   of
"Good Roads" Earle. gixth.    avenue      Methodist    Church.
The subject of roads was consid- There have been unavoidable delays,
ered of sufficient importance by the but the congregation expects to occu
hundreds of farmers attending tho J py the basement very soon. The plas-
congreas during the  Apple  Week  in   terlng In the basement Is completer!.
-���- -      . i��?oliSu*- ���%?2^VAS.-*  whole  day  to   and  probably   two   week*   more   will 1
Bro.  D.   E.   MacKenzie  delivered the I the dlacuMtlod *>t this topic. Mr. Barla \ ae* the  coarctation  ot  tha  wor*  uo-\
addraas ot   welcome,  which   was ac- \ becauae df his long experience, waa \ stairs.   The windows will be
Washington, Dec. }.���Chinese rebels captured and blew up the imperial magazine at Nanking, following
a battle wherein many Manchus were
slain, acocrding to nary department
advices today.
Pekin, Dec. 1.���Premier Yuan Sbl
Kal has agreed to a three days' truce
with the rebels for the purpose of discussing the proposed peace terms. If,
at the end of three days, no definite
agreement has been reached, bnt
peace appears possible, tbe truce will
be extended fifteen days.
The Manchus are disposed to be
lenient since the rebels captured Purple Hill, inside the city ot Nanking.
General Li Yuan Heng, commander of the revolutionary army, has not
annouced his attitude towards the
proposed armistice, but be Is expected to consent, and if be does, the-
leaders of both the rebel armies and
the imperialists will meet at Shanghai to consider settlement of the rebellion.
Unconfirmed reports that Premier
Yuan Shi Kai seeks the regency or
the throne are rife here today, yhe
premier announced his willingness to
accept a constitution if the rebels
agreed. 	
The national assembly Approved today a $10,000,000 Franco-Belgian loan.
BITUMINOUS COAL
IN NORTHERN LAND
Another   petty   piece   of   pilfering.
similar to tbose that have been wor-
ly earn,:d margin of but six points jrying tue clty pollce ,or the paBt
in a frea scoria*.i*me. ln the inter-, montn or ^ toolt ,)lace ab0llt 5 a m
meJiate mate* flayed between the yesterdav morning. The house of Mr.
city und the high school the school j Kten 8ituated on the North Arm 0;
boyj won comfortably by 21 to 14. the Fraser> wa8 entered at that hour
Much amusement was caused by a, by what tne pollce presume to have
feather raco, in which about eight, been a couple of hoboeB and gome
fornicators had to crawl on all four* j provtoloDB m token from the do.
and blow eight elusive feathers meat,c ,arder The pc,|(,e W���ro quick
act oss the floor of the gym.   The po-| )y on the tra|1   and- tney d)acovere(1
elilons produced by thiB competition
weie ridiculous in the extreme, and
added greatly to the hilarity of the
gathering. The fatigue race also
caused considerable merriment, somo
back in the bush a place where the
hungry   tramps  had   partaken  of  au
ai  fresco  meal  of  stolen  bread  and
molasses.
It is curious to notice that lt was
shaw was round at the Kieenes'
bouse and warned Mrs. Keene that
she was right on the main beat for
hoboes between Vancouver and New
Westminster. Mrs. Keene admitted
that sbe had recently provided a
"knight of the road" with a tea, and
It IS probable, that as a consequence
her house was marked as 'easy" in
the bqboc code by the gratful stranger.
No trace of the robbers has been
pretty   tosses   being  taken   by  some, on,    8 few d that chlef Brad.
of tbe competitors,  who took  undue'
risks with their human loads.
ln the match between the Vancouver and the local boys the latter put
up a stiff fight against a team which
was both taller and heavier than they
were. The New Westminster representatives, however, kept hustling all
the time, and they made their opponents extend themselves to secure th.>
victory. At times New Westminster
put in isome very danierous long
shots which always kept the issue d^viSJfmV��
hanging in the balance, but Vancou-1
ver were better at closing in on the
basket, and as a result their shots
told more often, as tbe score, 22 to
18. shows.    There was only one fea- \     _^ -      ,
tura that marred the game, and that ^ * 'on�� ,way **%", ">* Jt0tal
was the booing of the referee. Rev. | ����>��*���* th* Moore relief fund ur-
A. E. foierelgn b a crowd which ����������* ������������ 'urVher, subscribers,
should have known better. The dis- ***** ^T' V*1*^. ��f th* ^T
turbance grew so bad at one Ume,: ��eBt ������octotr ,B ****** arrangements
that Mr. G. 8. Sovereign, physical in-1 'or ��*��� Pnwshaee of a }emporary
structor. bad to call for silence. To-1 hom�� tor "��* "urv,.^w�� ��.1 ��? "JES?
wards the close the game grew quite J"""* *nd *h,�� ,w,n cost about $500.
strenuous, but at no time did lt pass, *������� ���** t5��ref��re needed quickly,
out of control, and a pretty exhibition a"J ** **}? *n? h��! ���? '"been contributed, lt ls hoped that the public
will appreciate the dire need of the
sufferers and will do their best to
help on the kindly work of relief.
RELIEF FUND NEED8
FURTHER  SUPPORT
knowledged by Bro. N. K. Staley
Grand Master of Washington. Bro.
W. H. Cullen, of Victoria, Grand Mas-
er of British Columbia, was also
present and he, too, took part in the
speeches.
The visiting brethren exemplified
the work of the first degree, aitd so
favorably impressed was Brother Cui-
Iln by the exemplification that he
extended a cordial invitation to Bro.
Staley and the members of Rising
Star Lodge to visit Victoria and repeat the operation for the edification
and education of the brethren of the
capital city.
POTATO, KING Of
ADVERTISEMENTS
Mr. Stuart Wade Writes of  Eastern
Interest in B. C.'s "Famous
Exhibit.
of basket ball was put up by tbe play
ers of both teams.
A humorous Item on the programme was the excellent tumbling
of a couple of black-face clowns, and
a white comedian. These disguised
gentlemen showed marvellous agility
ln falling about without hurting them-
Princess Patricia en Her Way.
London,  Dec.    1.���An    interested
crowd., mostly ladies, witnessed Prln-
eetves and at   times produced aome' cees Patricia's departure from  Bus-
gymnastic stunts far above the aver- j ton station today, wben sbe left for
age.
To tbe stirring tunes of a band
provided by members of the association the junior public school boys
then gave a display of combined
marching and dumbbell drill, which
Liverpool on her way to Canada.
Among those present were Prinoe Arthur of Connaught, Earl Grey, Hon.
Dudley Wert, representing tbe colonial office, Lord Strathcona* the
Countess Wemyss and Lady Muriel
gave evidence of some careful train-! Paget. Her royal highness la taking
Ing. It seems a pity, however, that, many Christmas presents to Canada
these boys ahould not have been in- and a bob-sleigh for ber personal use.
���tructed to atop chewing gum before ~~~" *"*"	
they entered the arena, as it is bard   FINLANDER MURDCRED
to combine the idea of the latter pa-1 ON VANCOUVER STREET
cific or idle extercise with the morel 	
strenuous life of the gymnasium. I Vanoouver 1.���Jobs Demerok, a
Hustle-ball played by two well. Finn, supposed to be a city work
matched teams of seventeen men man, waa found lying ob tba side-
a side and some good work on tbe walk of Alexander street early tbla
horse filled up the programme, which' morning with a gaping bullet wound
concluded with the playing of "Ood j ln his forehead, his body 11111 warm
Save the King" by tbe band. Aa the and limp. Tba police found over ton
apectators filed out remarks of appro- dollars cash ln tba pockets of tbe de-
elation were everywhere beard among  ceased.    Murder la   euepected.   and
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by the police
(Contlnuad on Page Five.)
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��� oeaeed;la being b��l<
Mr. L. M. Richardson, manager of
the Royal Bank of Canada in this
city, has Just received a tatter from
Mr. C. A. Stuart Wade, who was one
of those sent to New York by tho
Provincial government in charge of
the potatoes forwarded by British Columbia to tbe New York exhibition.
Mr. Wade's letter shows that tlie peo
pie of the eastern cities of the United States take a great interest in
Biitish Columbia.
Mr. Wade, in tbe coures of his letter, aay a:
"Presumably ou know we won tbe
trophy. It la absolutely the greatest
advertisement the Provincial government could have received. We are
bavlng daily 18,000 to 20,000 attendants, and tbe interest shown ln British Columbia and especially tbe
coast cities is Intense. People getting literature will return two or
three daya running in order to get
more details. We had no government literature at all In .New York
ai tbe customs beld it up, and I bad
perforce to fall back on a ault oaae
full of local material tbat I bad
brought with me, and In Cbleago
five caaea of government folders and
Innumerable packages from various
localities have been handed out���not
scattered broadcast. We have hundreds of names of people who desire
further Information, and I am eon-
vlneed the coaat will be invaded with
many hundreds of goo& .class of people thia next year, as a result of our
efofrta at New York and Cblcaco,
where we now are.
"This exhibition last- until the 9th
of  December,  rift'the  sooner that
the chief speaker on Good Roads
day. and a digest of his speech embodied in the message received by
Mr. Kerr, shows that he treated the
subject with rare skill.
In his able address Mr. Earle alluded to the recent formation of the
Canadian Highway association in this
city, and congratulated Westminster
on being tbe home of an organization of sucb importance. "Canada is
right in attempting things on a big
scale," he remarked. "Tbefe is nothing so impressive as showing the mea
in high places that you mean business. They are tooJ>uay to attend to
petty things, but a plan to construct
a good road clean Across the conti
nent is bound to arrest tbeir attention. Once they get thinking about
lt they are sure to approve of it. It
is but a step from their sympathy to
their support. Let tbe people of Canada show that they want thia road
bulk and in flve years the United
States will be compelled to conatruct
a coast-to-coast highway, or "be content to watch the tourist trade travel
east and west via Canada.
"An interstate highway will save
this country $200,000,000 a year, tho
amount spent by wealthy Americans
in Europe'because of the pleasure of
travelling over good roads..
"Do not make the mistake of supposing* that good roads are mainly
for the beneflt of the man- who owns
an automobile. Every man will benefit, because every man muat use the
roads. Good roads facilitate tryvel,
more travel means more trade, more
trade means more money in circulation.
"The mor.ey waated every year on
the building of poor roads la little
short or a crime." was one of Earl's
snappy remarks Included In the message sent to Mr. Kerr.
A telegram thanking the Inland
Empire farmers for tbeir good wishes
towards the Canadian Highway association was sent immediately oa receipt of the secretary's message.
BURNABY  NEWS.
A aucceaaful "smoker" was pulled
off at Morton Hall. Edmonds, laat
evening, under tbe ausplcea ef Ward
11 Ratepayers' Association.
Tbe Oirls' Club of St. Alban's
Church will hold a whist drive and
dance at Morton Hall on Monday
evening.
Deanite the' Inclement weather of
the past few weeka the real estate
market In Eaat Burnaby and Ed-
monda continues active.
New residences are being built and
there If every Indication of a boom
in the building line In the early
spring.
Road work on Math street baa been
completed and- the atone crasher haa
been removed to Central Park. The
B. C. E. R. Company are now re*
moving the polea which have hither
by  Tuesday  week.
place I
Mineral  Resources of British  Cclum-
���  ���'F'i'j'i iV'".'
bia   Extolled  by  Emlnteof  Mln-
, ine Engineers.
Ladies of Maccabees.
Tbe ladies of the Maccabees Hive
No. 3 were entertained tbis week by
Past Commander Lady Insley.
Among those present were the following: Ladies Adams, Ankers, Albert, Baker Duncan, .Eastern. vValk-
er, McLean Smlthers, Jackaon,
Traves, Geddings, Nelson. The Following ladies were present not as
members of the order: Misses Adams,
Davis, Schwenck, Mrs. Bell and
Moore. The ladies who assisted Mra.
Insley were: Mrs. I. P. Geddings,
Mrs. W. Baker and Mrs. George Albert.   ,
New Letter from Dundee.
A new settler from Dundee, Scotland, will arrive with his wife and
family to take up his residence ln
New Westminster district on Monday.
Tbis is Mr. Alexander Nichol, who has
bought the Redmond ranch, situated
on the Yale road, near Clayton. Mr.
Nicol, who will be accompanied by
his wife and children, has had a large
experience of merchandising in the
Old Country, having been a large
buyer and seller of egps and poultry.
Out here h*i intends to go in for poultry raising, and be has already planned extensive improvements to the
old buildings on the property. The
ranch ia forty acres in etxent, and
Mr. Redmond sold out for a cash
consideration of $7,000.
LARGE 8UMS INVOLVED
IN REAL E8TATE DEALS
Two hundred thousan I dollars are
involved ln three large real estate
deala, which have been put through
during the paat week ln this city. The
largest of these waa tbe purchaae by
an English flrsa. located at Winnipeg
of 480 acres of land In Surrey for
about $100,000 from Mr. T. R. Pear
son and hia aaaociates.    Two hu* ther to develop the coal fieldsTas he-
More light on thtf <vg��eV&^' r&
sources of British Columbia has'been
thrown by a visit to the north, in in
terior by Mr. C. F. J. Galloway, mining   engineer,   and   Mr.   Harry   Hepburn, brother of Mr. Arthur G. Hepburn, consulting engineer of Vancouver, who controls large and valuable-
coal  measures  forty  miles  from  tbe
mouth of the Bear river and within
sixteen miles from the line of   tho
Grand Trunx Pacific Itailway.
"We have made a surface investigation of teh coal areas there," said Mr..
Galloway, who is a son of Prof. William Galloway, F. G. S..  one of the
best known mining engineers in Great
Britain, "and we have found that the
deposits are bituminous coal of a very
high grade.    We believe it to be the-
only  deposit of the  kind  in  British
Columbia.    There are, of course, lots-
of lignite coal in the province, but so>
far as we have ascertained there i*
little or none of this particular kind.
"The deposits," continued Mr. Galloway, " are situated within sixteen
miles of   the   Grand Trunk Pacifio
line in the vicinity of Seymour pass.
Some  preliminary  work    has    been
done towards proving tbe coal, anl we
have    discovered      three     workable
seams, each of a thickness of 21 feet" -
Aeked regarding the extent of tho
coal fields, Mr. Galloway said a moderate  estimate    would    be    a  hundred million tona.    In all proabllity,
he added, tbere was a greater amount
but be preferred to give an estimate
on the safe side.
"The coal ls good coking coal," he'
proceeded, "and haa high values for
gas making. By a little development
work we would be able to supply tbe
needs of the surrounding country by
the beginning of next summer. A
complete survey has already been
made by Mesara. Gere and McGregor
of VIctoHa."
Mr.  Arthur  Hepburn  lntenda fur-
dred acres of DLeta land situated
���ear LAdner wero also sold, this time
to an eastern syndicate, the price
paid being $200 per acre. Finally
Mr. J. B. Wilson bas sold bia house
a Sixth avenue to Mr. R. L. Cliff for
,000.
Newspapermen Wero Wise.
Vancouver, Dec. 1.���R. A. Harney,
the man who was attempting to collect funds here for the   defence   of
the McNamara   brothers in' Los An-
Cles, waa given until foar o'clock to
ive tbe olty, when he appeared before Magistrate Bouth. Although
Harney had gmvaas*d~the Newspaper offlces the police were unable to
find anyone who had "fallen" for hla
game and given him mosey.
Seaman Burned.
Vancouver, Dec. l.���John Montgo-
mery, n member of tbe crow, pf tba tlf^M.
steamer Priaeass May, waa probably     Tbe management   plan*
fatally Iran** tbla Inorntag. He Md thfea vaudeville shows dally with pis-
been robMqrhjlB ***�� wltt ^WB^i^L,pJ'*lrm?!l!?**L.T:- 'IJ?'"'**'
a elgaiwtte.   The t
:t^%%*^'&2*'�� "���"���r -s ssstsz*.
to been ln the ��enter .of the-street
date arrives tbe better I  sball be and placing a double line of poles I tine to care rheuaSbtlnn and lighted
pleated, for New Westminster beats'foe trolley and power purHMHM.   The a elgaiwtte.   The turpentine flashed
Ildib mi
-believes be has secured deposits that
are destined to play an Important
part in the development of the inter-
tor of British Columbia.
new Theatre will
open its doors
New Westminster Is about to see"
aa uiMo-dete vaudeville theatre
opened. Next Monday evehaiag the
Royal Theatre will throw open its
doors to the public at 7:80 ip.m.,.
when tt will be possible for local theatrical entbusiaata fo appreciate tbe
new house that Mr. U W. OHHs hae
provided. The theatre will seat about.
SM persons in iu eomfortnMe opera
chairs, and modern fittings have bean
Installed everywhere, tha total coot
IM the premises being somaUriht ever
to   give-
cd to keep tbe <8w��^��'l��'*.-��i��lfc
. level desnlte the medeeate wicc er
toeat* aooordtng to tocetlf*.   ' PAGE TWO
1 HE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER   1,   1911.
WANTED���A WAITRESS TO WAIT
cat table, $8 per week. Apply Lytton Hotel.	
WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SER-
vant.   Apply 712 Twelfth street.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
70S   Columbia   Street.
THE    NEW   THEOLOGY. | wUh  coid  feet( ami he had   spoken
Rev. R. J. Campbell of City Temple,   wisely.
n��v. r- _ Thft   new   m0vement   aimed   not'
merely   at  providing  earthly  things,
but at the development    of the soul
London,   Speaks   in   Toronto,
Rev. R. J. Campbell, of the famous
City Temple, London, England, enunciated his- new theology, "Liberal
Christianity," at the Bond Street
Congregational Church, Toronto. As
he stood in the pulpit, a trim, grace
ful figure in  black, with spare, asce
SIXTEENTH STREET RIGHT NEAR
Sixth   avenue,   beautiful   view , lot,
full  size.  $1150;   one-quarter  cash,
balance 6. 12 and 18 months. This
is exceptional value.	
THIRD AVENUE, MODERN HOME.
& ar-saa. pais Kc^=f; v-*.^'���-����� '���;���: "���.:.r:;i::: 6uv:.
in,  $2325;   $600  cash;   balance  ar- ] eyes
ranged to suit.      	
and  making of men good, wise and
loving.    This could never be accomplished while the struggle for a liv-
,   ing existence was what it is.   It kept
TOR EXCHANGE���ALBERTA LANDS
and town properties for B. C. a>ast   EDM0NDg    V,EW   U)T^ QN   HKJ111 ifncliy"wistful note, the young apostle
and   crowned   by   silvei-white
, hair, speaking his message in a voice,
���" I cultured   and  unaffected and  with  a
city properties or acreage.
J.  H.  Rusk, 722 Fifth stieet, New
Westminster.
TO EXCHANGE���A LARGE LOT IN
Hastings Townsite for lumber of
any kind. Box C. 50, Dally News
oMoe.
>#OR EXCHANGE���A LARGE DOU-
ble corner in Hastings Townsite
for a lot or house in New Weat-
Bsinster.    Box  C50  News.
WANTED���I   HAVE   CLIENTS   FOR
and vacant property ln Sap-
Kindly send me your Hst-
Geo. E. Fleming, Room 6, 310
Columbia street.
"WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know that I am now operating the
oaly paateurized bottled milk plant
In the city and will deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or dlatrict. Milk,
* quarts for $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint. Phone your order to R 873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
Lulu Island.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Ap
ply J. S. McKinley, Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMF.RS AND BOARD
ere. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
side of station, just close enougn | 0f Christ brought 1500 people, who
to main road for ideal home. $500; j cr0wded the auditorium, under the
$100  cash   balance  monthly. I magic spell of his personality and un-
FOURTH STREET. LARGE LOT IN- folded a new vision of Christianity,
side of Seventh avenue, $1050; one- 'Ihey hung on his words and broke in
third cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 j with frequent outbursts of applause.
", ",hB :     After delivering hiB lecture on   Lib-
moninn. _    ^ chrisUanity and the Social Move-
SEVENTH STREET. CORNER | ment," Mr. Campbell preached a ser-
Fiftb avenue, large view corner, in ; mon which formed the spiritual coi-
capacity for greater things. This
was the great day, the day of the
Church's opportunity.
I
T is a real pleasure to have you
call,   even   though   you  come  only out of
cunou'.y.
lawn, comprising two lots, $3700;
onethlrd cash. A magnificent
homesite.
FIFTH STREET, LARGE LOT. IN-
side Seventh avenue, on westerly
side; $1250; one-third cash, balance arranged.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATIONS.
NOTICE Is hereby given that we intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
relative of his address.
"Liberal Christianity stands for
four things," the speaker Baid, in
opening; "the^ humanity of God and
the Divinity of Man; the thorough
and fearless application of the scientific method to religion regardless of
dogmatic pre-stippositions; the recognition of the solidarity of all human
life and the consistent application of
that principle to all their relations.
and above all things, the proclamation of the good tidings of the Kingdom of God."
He traced the origin of the term,
"The Kingdom of God," to the early
Umbrellas Drive Out Canes.
Unless it was raining, the umbrella
used to be the badge of middle age.
the indication of a serious mind; tho
token, one might always say, bf the
Sabbath. But in the last ten years
the umbrella habit has surreptitiously stolen on the majority of the inhabitants of these islands and has
become so much of a custom that no
one notices' it. The holiday maker
carrier a stick on his country walks,
but the young man about towp no
longer wields a cane by day and
crutch to go with his opera hat b/
night. He carries instead the modern umbrella, a slender, elegant implement, less sturdy than a cane.
Early in the present year the stick,
encouraged by the summed and the
sun, seemed on the verge of a revival.
Gay young whangees, briliant pen-
angs, steady old malaccas came out
from' hiding, and, disporting themselves in the best circles, challenge;!
ot   being
ible
We   feci   sure
change your curiosity to Ir.tcrc.t, 1 y appealing to
your sc!l'-i::terest.
A man���v.*ho ir. r.s keen a jud~e cf
talucs   sj   you are���ca::'t he'p but   be i.:r rcsxd
with Fit-Reform Su::s and Overcoats.
<.3
Jewish belief that Jehovah was theli j the long supremacy of the umbrella
Divine sovereign only and they wero | j$ut, with the Autumn rains they are
His only people.   Isaiah, in 800 B. C | going   back  to  their  shelter,  and   :i
had   purified  this  pathetic  belief,  in
his vision of the union of the Assy -
premises known as the Hotel 1Lytton, | jan ^ Rgypt,an ,n ft common bl.oth.
TEACHER   WANTED.
situated    on    the    corner    of    Lyt
"iton   Square   and   Front   street,  opposite the Market, in the said City of
New Westminster.
McLEOD  &  CAMERON.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
nret assistant wanted for the public Bchool. Gentleman preferred.
Send full particulars as to qualifications and experience to
G. W. DAVEY,
Secretary.
Board of School Trustees, City.
TEACHER WANTED
For the primary department in the
elty   public  school.    Applicants  must
give  full  particulars  as  to  qualifications. E.   C.  DAVEY,
Sec'y Board of Scliool Trustees, New
Westminster.
TO RENT.
TO RENT ��� BOARD AND ROOM
Willi private family, for a few
gentlemen; terms reasonable. Apply 1001 Sixth avenue.
erhood with Israel, un:ler the Divine
sovereignty of God. Then the speaker referred to the frequent use whicn
Christ made of the words, "Kingdom
of God," showing that Christianity
and membership ln the Kingdom of
God was not an outward state, but
rather a new spirit in men.    Christ.
wet winter, we fear, will establish
the umbrella habit on a firmer base
than ever.���London Graphic.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of .... . ,. . . .
the Licensing Board of the City of he said, had put no faith in any insti-
New Westminster for a renewal of ,l't'��n which had not behind it the
license to sell liquors by retail on the formed spiritual consciousness of the
premises known as the Liverpool people who were to benefit by it.
Arms, fiii'i Columbia street, in the ! Muet Think Internationally.
said City of New Westminster. I And therein was the solution of
GEO. CAMERON & H. B. CHAFFEE, their problems today. Brute force
, New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1011. j was still the main force to be reckoned with in international relations to
DIC
3BC
NOTICE is hereby given that I in | day. The grim Bpectre of war always
tend to apply at the next sitting ol ] lurked behind all .their diplomatic
the Licensing Board for the City of courtesies. England and France join-
New Westminster for a transfer and ed together in an entente cordiale be-
renewal of license to eell liquors by cause they both feared Germany. The
retail on the premises known as the continuance of the present naval pol-
Cosmopolltan Hotel, situate on Co- icy of the British Government would
lumbia street, opposite C. P. R. de- mean a tremendous increased taxa-
pot. In the said City of New Westmin- ( tloa during the next ten years. What
the upshot would be nobody knew.
The increasing population of Germany needed an outlet and naturally
they looked upon some of the fine
British   possessions   as   suitable   roi
ster. E. J.  SLOPER.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
rtOR  RENT���A   SUITE  OF  NICELY
..furnished      housekeeping      rooms.
corner   ol     Agues     and     Dulterln Ttol, 732  Columbia  street, in  the  said
streets',   steam  heated.     Telephone!city of New Westminster.
U638. ' P.   O.   BILODEAU.
TO RENT���ONE SUITE OF HOUSE-      New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1011.
keeping  rooms,    furnished,  at  224   ������������������^^������
Seventh street. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 in
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the ne.vt sitting of   _ ���.���������.....,   ....   .,,..	
the  Licensing  Board  of  the  City  of   occupation"""GrearBiTtain"couid  not
New   Westminster   for  a   renewal   of   make hl h   morft,   rebuke  M
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises  known as the Windsor Ho
she held one-fifth of the area of the
globe. Her brigandage was done before Germany had had a chance to
get in. ln the United States, Mr.
Campbell said he bad asked the Yankees to let bygones be bygones and
come under the  British flag, but tha
���
B
_______ _ T-Itend  to apply  at  the next  sitting of | "e"e"t ^ey, S em,ed l��want lj��ge\t��
TO   LET-A   NICELY   FURNISHED  the  Licensing Roar:!  for the City  of   '    *       ?   iT*       ��� % Ti   th��
room,    suitable    for    one    or two NeW   Westminster   for  a   renewal   ot   Stars and stripes.    The Impel iai rev-
gentlemen, near library.   703 Agnes License to sell liquor by retail on the ! fnue; w'11'^/t"��� year *'ou.ld amou",t
premises known as the Depot Hotel. I t0, about, H.000,000 would bo expend-
���fetfited on corner of Columbia and ed maln1/ '" I*!*** 'h�� debts ot P��:;<
Eighth   streets,   in  the   said   City  of   war8 *** in Preparing for any future
street.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE BED-
rooni for one or two gentlemen,
near city car. Phone R <>72, or call
C19 Hamilton St.
j many should plan aggression against
; another, spot called France and  vice
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 in
it"��"('ri)e7nio"nTh"  Shan-lfP Rose I tend to apply  at the next sitting of   able   the   one   toward   the   otl
JFOR RENT���HOUSE CONTAINING
rfx rooms, one block from car line.
Rent
., .,... a..*,,������.���,��� puvu.  | ^ w   Westminster   for  a  renewal  ai
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED ' license to Eell liquors by retail ol
rooms, hot and cold water night the premises known as the Klngi
and day.    643 Front street. ! Hotel, situated on Columbia street, It
.jthe said Citv of New Westminster.
  "  ! WILLIAM  ORME.
FOR SALE NeW Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
FOR SALE���QUARTER ACRE LOTS
TbfW' lots are goipg fast. Write
for maps and full particulars. Geo.
Fleming, Room li, 310 Columbia
street, New Westminster.
FOR  SALE���PLANS   ANU   SPECIF1-
��� cations  with   four   different  elevations of a  five  roomed    bungalow,
New Westminster. I wars'      why  one  BPot  called  Ger
J. WISE
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
  . versa, when the attitude of the individual in those countries was peaceable   the   one   toward   the  other,  he
to be
changed was the spirit of statesman
ship. What had become the gener.il
level of the individual conscience wa;
far higher than what found expression in the courts and chanceries.
Tbe law of the jungle still obtained
in international politics.. Years ago.
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain had exhorted
the Britishers to think Imperially. If
he could speak with the authority of
Mr. Chamberlain's voice, he would
enjoin them to think internationally.
A new spirit was animating democracy and statesmanship in Great Britain at all events, which would ultimately make war impossible. (Applause). He didn't mean The Hague
or ministerial peace deputations, but
the force back of both with which
statesmanship had to reckon. He
NOTICE is hereby given that I in-   meant the awakening of the   social
tend to apply at the next sitting of | oonsoienoe     amongst     the   toilers.
That's   what  is going  fo  make war
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TORONTO
ACME CLOTHING CO.
C M. GREEN. Manager.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY
NOTICE.
The Statutory Meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners will be held
at the Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B.
C, on Wednesday Uie I3th day of December at  10 o'clock   in   the   t'ore-
CORPORATION    OF    BURNABY
WARNING!
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
ATTENTION.
The members of Royal Lodge No.
fi, are requested to be present in the
K. of P. Hall, Monday evening at
8 o'clock sharp. Members of Granite
Lodge and visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend.
A.  P.  GRANT,
K. of R. & S
UHC
1*11
u
NOTICE ls hereby given that I Indi a new subdivision just across I *?��"��,*> ap',,y at thf .nex'isl"'"g of,
the Pacific Highway bridge in sec-1 ��e L censing Roard for the City of
Uon 7. These lots are on the Yal�� *��* Westminster for a renewal of
Road, also trackage lots for ��660. lirenf t0 ��e" I1('uors ** rentai'?n r,^
Caah  $100; balance, $20 per month   Premises   known   as   the   Royal   City
Hotel, situated    corner   of    Customs
House Square and Columbia street, in
tho said Citv of New Westminster.
E.   FALCH.
New  Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
with plumbing that can be built for "lp '-l^nsing B��*rd of the City of
*U00. Mailed to anv address for ?ew Westminster for a renewal of
*S,  Geo. Fleming. Room 6, 310 Ce-i11,cnFe t0 8e" "'l"ors by retail on the
premises known as the Fraser Hotel,
Situated on the comer of Begbie and
linnbia Street, New Westminster.
FOR BALE���FOUR ACRES FACING l^ront Btreets in the said City of New
Gunn road. Just off North road.
Mostly cleared; good soil; fine fo.'
subdividing. The Gunn road is being rocked and the proposed Burnaby car line passes this pioperty.
This is $.300 per acre I e'ow the
market Price for a few days only
$1100 per acie. $1000 cash, balance
owe nnd two years. National
Finance Co., Ltd., 521 Columbia
street.    Plione  C15.
FOU SALE OR RENT��� A SIX ROOM
est house with all modern eonvenl
��nees.   Apply 214 Sixtli avenue.
Westminster.
ALFRED SWAN0OR
New Westminster, Nov. 80, 1911.
NOTICE in hereby given that I i
tend to apply at the next sitting 4 ���
the Licensing Board for the City (il
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as Hie Merchants'
Hotel, situate at the corner cf Co)
liimlii.i and J'cNeelv streets, in tho
said  City  of  N'ew  Westminster.
D.   S.   BRAY.
New Westminster, Nov. 30,  1��
nu.
f��lANO FOR SALE
piano for $300, at
houses.
��� $000    VOSE
Vidal's   Ware-
VOR SALE���OWNER MUST HAVE
money, will sell five acres near Port
IMann for only $185 an acre. Easy
terms. Apply Fleming, 310 Columbia
street. Sapperton.
FOR SALE���MALLEABLE RANGES,
$1 down and 51 a week; no Inter-
eet: four styles; old stoves taken in
exebantre. Canada Malleable Range
Co.    Phone OTB, Market Square.
NOTICE is hereby given that. I intend to apply at the next, sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Central
Hotel, situated on Columbia street,
between Alexander and Eighth
streets, in the said City of New Westminster.
JOS.  T.  FREEMAN.
New Westminster, Nov. 30. 1911.
LAND   REGISTRY
J. C. REID
FOR   SALE���SIX  OF   THE   CHEAP-
est lots in tbe west end. on Eighth I
avenue, having  a   southwest  vle#,'
facing tbe river    and    gulf.    Lots LAND  REGISTRY  EXPERT
55x110 and 118. Very liheral terms.'      _... .  ���������.���.���,
��"hone L179, or call    1303    Eighth m  T1,t,e8D,K,!a���ined:   j��nd ReK'stry
Tangles Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
. avt.nuc.
impossible," he said, amid applause
It only needed that the flame of religious faith should be kindled within It to make it nn irresistible movement which would bring about th ���
Kingdom of God on earth
Situation  in Great  Britain.
Mr. Campbell then turned to the
new movement in the Old Country. In
Mr. Lloyd Ccorjje and those associated with him. he said that they
had obtained what t( n years a'^o
would have seemed Impossible. Oni
seventh of the population of the Culled Kingdom owned far more than
the accumulated wealth of tnore than
half the population; 175 000 landowners owned ten-clevenlhs of th^
land of the United Kingdom; mom
than half the land is owned bv 2500
people, and more than onethlrd of
the annual Income was enloyed o^B'
bv one-thirtleeh of the people. Again,
out of every on" thousand persons in
the United Kigdora, 940 In ease of
death, would have nothlncto lea"'e.
More tban o"e-thl'd of. the ponula-
tlon lived qn flve dollars pef week per
family. Campbelf Bannerman hid described tbis ns the margin of starvation, and it was the literal truth, R"oii
people could not ho"e to do much
more tban scramble for food.
The factory svstem. the overcrowding of great cities for the sheer necessity of getting man around machinery, had resulted in this appalling
situation. More than this. Ignorance,
recklessness, animalism and brutality
were the terrible concomitants of this
poverty. Gen Booth had once said
that lt was impossible to save a man
.���>AYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
IN  THE  SUPREME  COURT  OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN  THE   MATTER  of the   "Winding
up Act," and
IN THE MATTER of Pitt Lake Brick
A Cement Company, Limited.
Notice ia hereby given that thi
Honorable Mr. Justice Murphy Ir-
flxed Saturday, the 9th day of Decern
ber. 1911, at 10:30 o'clock in the
forenoon, at his Chambers in tho
Court House, New Westminster, B.C..
as the time and place for the appoin'-
ment of an official liquidator of tho
above named company.
Dated this 25th day of November.
1911.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE.
District Registrar.
All persons who wish to do any
blasting within the limits of the district of the Corporation of Burnaby.
must lirst apply to the engineer of
the said Corporation for a permit to
do so under the terms of the Burnaby
Blasting Regulation By-law No. 117,
1911. All persons blasting without a
permit after tho notice will be prosecuted.
By  Order.
W. GRIFFITHS,
C. M. C.
Edmonds. Nov. 30, 1911,	
Varden No. 19, Sons ol Norway,
meet in Engles hall the flrst and
third Wednesdays of each month at
8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend.
A. KROGSETH.
\ President.
1 J. J. AUNE.
,' Financial Secretary.
EUROPEAN CAPITAL
Furnished for attractive enterprises
ln all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water and
Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber,
Mining.  Agricultural  and Industrial.
Tend. T>-,..,t-���e and Stock Issues
UndiT'.v Itlen, P rchased or Sold.
Properties  purchased for  European;'
evi>'oitatien and investment
Financial Undertakings of all sorti
handled.
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted for
execution in any European country,'-;.
Correspondence enclosing full details at first writing invited.
Tbe International Bankers Allland
14-16-18 Bloomsbury St., London, Ensm
en's and Youths' Hats
Our Hat Stock is always filled with the season's latest
creations, and we are at any time able
to suit any face or fit any head, no matter how hard he is to please.
Por the Elderly Man
Our shapes cannot be beaten. We have
them in Greys, Browns, Blacks and various other suitable colors, in the very
latest shapes.
Tor the Younger Man
We have made it a specialty to obtain the very \atest shapes from
the fashion centre in Telescopes,
Troopers and Flat shapes ih correct
colors.
Sole Arts for HAWES VON GAL Hats
Sole Agents for CHRISTY Hats
. J. PHILLIPS
671 Columbia Street
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
New Westminster 6ATUM>AY,   DECEMBER   1,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWb.
PAGE
FURNITURE
LEES^IMIJED
DR Y GOODS
*
Our   New   Departments   Are   Ready
$30,000 Worth of General Dry Goods, Ladies' and Men's Ready-to-wear
Has Been Added to Our Stock.   December to be a Month of Wonderful Value Giving in This
Enlarged Five-Floor Greater Store.     Every Department to Contribute.   Shop Early.
For Christmas
We Offer an
Unusually
Attractive
Assortment in
Furniture for
Dining Rooms, Dens, Libraries and
Drawing Rooms
Rocking Chairs at $1.50, $2.50 to $15.00.
Upholstered Chairs at  $6.50, $8.50 to $20.00
Without a Doubt We Are Showing
the largest assortment cf good Parlor  Suites  in   the  city   and   our
prices range from 10 to 20 percent less than common.
5-piece  Parlor  Suits  at     $40.00
5-piece Parlor Suits at   $35.00
3-piece Parlor Suits at   $40.00
3-piece Parlor Suits at   $65.00
3-piece Parlor Suits at  %75M
3-piece Parlor Suits at   ��� S100.00
3-piece Parlor Suits at  - - $150.00
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
FULL STOCKS OF DRE8S GOOD8.
FULL STOCK? OF VELVET3 AND 8ILK8.
FULL 8TOCKS OF COTTON WA8H SUITINGS.
FULL 8TOCKS OF DOMESTICS.
FULL 8TOCK8 OF NOTIONS.
FULL 8TOCK8 OF 8WEATER8, 8KIRT8 AND WAI8T8.
FULL 8TOCKS OF UNDERWEAR FOR LADIE8, CHILDREN AND
MEN. | ,Y., i
FULL 8TOCK8 OF NECKWEAR FOR LADIE8 AND MEN.
FULL 8TOCK8 OF H08IERY FOR LADIE8, CHILDREN AND MEN.
FULL 8TOCK8 OF HOLIDAY NOVELTIE8, DOLL8 AND TOY8.
Our immense stock of Furniture, Beds, and Bedding displayed on the
Second, Third, Fourth and Fiftn Floors.
Ettr2 ordinary Dry Gsods Specials for Todoy
12 dozen Ladies' Leatherette Hand Begs; large sizes; splendidly finished; $1.50 real values.   Our Special Sale Price, each- 75c
50 dozen Embroidered Handkerchiefs; in beautiful assorted designs.
Each       16c
200 pairs Ladies' Kid Gloves; dome fasteners; colors navy, tan,
grey, black and green.   A very special value, per pair $1.00
40-inch "Lustre" Dress Goods; cream, pale blue, pink, cardinal; very
suitable for evnlng and children's wear.    Per yard   45c
A very special lot of Ladies' Waists; white lawn; long sleeves; lily
cellars, with four rows tuck:d and embroidered fronts.- We offer entire lot at, each         $1.50
Ladles' Dress Skirts in the newest novelties; panamas, voltes, Venetians and fancy tweeds.   $7.50, $8.50 to $12.50
A splendid assortment of Children's All Wool Dresses; sizes 8 to 16
years; In navy, brown and plaids, for, each   $5.00 ts $10.00
Our Beds and Bedding
have been arranged to better
advantage on the Third Floor,
where the Splendid Values we
offer can be best displayed in
enlarged space. (Another car
now on the track).
Splendid values in lion Beds
any size;  at   $3.00
Heavy Iron Beds at  $4.50
$5.00, $6.00 and    $7.00
Novelty Iron Beds; brass trimmed, at ..$6.00, $7.00, $8.00 anil
       $10J��
Brass   Beds   at   $19.75,   $25.00,
$30.00, $35.00 and $50.00
Bed Springs at $2.15, $3.00, $3.80
$4-00, $5.00, $8.00 and ... .$1049
Mattresses at $2.50, $3.00, $4.25.
$6.00,  $7.50,  $10.00,  $15.00 and
       $20.00
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��� ! CATHEDRAL, OF THE HOLY
4i TRINITY���Uev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
J| M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
���a* | A., assistant curate. 8 a. m. holy com
��� iimmion; 11 a.m., matins litany an.l
J I sermon;  2:30, Sunday-school;  7 p.m..
��� j evensong and Bcrmon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIR-
GIN. Sapperton���2:30. Sunday school-
7:30 p.m, evensong an" sermon.
ST. BARNABAS, (ANGLICAN), 43��
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M.A., rector. Monday, 7:30 p.m.,
Men's Club in Hall. Tuesday, 8 p.m..
young people's meeting in rectory.
Wednesday. 3 p.m.. Women's Auxiliary sale of work. Thursday, 7 p.m.,
Sunday school garnet) in hall. Friday
7:30. litany and sermon.
7:30, litany and sermon; 8 p.m., choir
practice.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, corner -of Seventh
and Royal avenue, "The Low Church."
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday scnool at 2:30 p.m. Choir practice, Friday evenings 7:30, Morning
subject  "The  Palm Tree,"  with five
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak
er, i aetor. Services 11 a.m., "Am 1
My Brother's Keeper," and 7 p.m.,
"Love and Live." Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.
FREE   METHODIST   CHURCH���C.
S. McKinley pastor.   Preaching at 11
a.m.  and 7:30 p.m.    by    the pastor:
Sundav school    at   2:30   p.m.   J. D.
Marsh, D.E., wlll preach at both services.    A-short address will be given I minute talks to the children.    Even
in the evening before the sermon on I lng, "The FMladelphiari Church."
the recent Gipsy Smith meetings   in      SIXTH    AVENUE    METHODI8T���
Seattle. ' Services to be held ln old hall adja
COLLINGWOOD      M^-rnnnis* ��� ! cent. Rev. R. W. Collins will preach
BAPTIST MISSION. EDMONDS���
Services will be conducted in the
municipal hall at 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCullough, B. A. Subject, "The
Qreat White Theme." Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. in More-
ton hall.
THREE   BiG   CANADIANS.
M;5THODIST-
Bervices at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. 8un-
���'UT "l !\"' '"��� ���"" ' JJu    ." ", vice the pastor, Rev. F. S
day school at 10 a.m. Epworth League "2L.ii    ������     th,
In the morning.   At the evening ser-
Okell. B.
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school
House; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
achoel at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
N1DAROS NORWEIGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH ��� Divine service
every Sunday at 3 p.m. in St. Paul's
Reformed Episcopal church. Sunday
���chool following the service. O. Borge,
pastor, residence 1654 Eleventh avenue east, Vancouver.
TRINITY UNITED LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Rev. O. Skattebol, pastor.
Service Sunday forenoon, July 2, at
11 o'clock. Boatff leave the'dock at
10:30.
PJRST SWEDISH LUTHERAN
GHURCH. St. Andrews and Eleventh
etreets���George N. Anderson, pastor.
Bervlcea every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL HAL! i���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
���chool and Bible class   at   2:30 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Class meeting at
10 a.m.: Sunday school and Bible
elass at 1:30 p.m.; Epworth League
en Monday at 8 p.m. Special anniversary services. Rev. C. Huistes will
8reach ln the morning and Rev. R.
!. Thompson In the evening. Mlss
Chaster will ains at the evening servica.
A.,  will    preach    on    the    subject
"Counted Out."
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. W. C.
Frank, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7. p.m. Sunday school at 2:30
p.m. The pastor, W. C. Frank, wlll
preach morning and evening.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rer. E
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning service and eom-
munion. 11 a.m.: evening*- 7 p.m.;
Bible elass and Sabbath school, 2:39
p.m. >
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHtfRCH
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunda?
���chool and Bible clan 13 to 1 p.m.:
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday at 7:45 p.m.; B. Y. P. U.
Monday at 8 p.m.
St. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
���venue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins. B.A
pastor. Services at '11 a.m. and 8
P.m. Evening subject, "Second Coming of Christ." Sunday school at 2:30
p.m. Guujld meeta on Thursday at S
o'clock p.m.   Everybody welcome.
ST. STEPHEN'S PREBBXTER1AN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
Rev. M. O. Melvln, B. A., minister.
Servlcea at 11 a.m. and 7 pjn.
nesday at 8 p.m. Morning ���ubject:
"Tlie Tolerance of, Jeaue." Evening
���ubject, "Indecision."
SALVATION ARMY, Captain McLean���Services at 11 a.m.. S p.m. and
7:30 p.m., In the citadel, Eighth
���treet. Cadet Phlllpott will W<? fa-e-
��*eil ln ������>��> evenlnp on t5e occasion
of-hl��_iaaslpr for tho training.,, col-
lem la Toronto. Open air services
u usual. - -
Friday was the birthday of three
men prominent In this ctty and in the
Dominion of Canada, -whose carte:s
should, each of them, be an inspiration to the youth of the -day. They
were Hon. W. S. Fielding, Dr. James
Mills of the Rallway,commissttmrand
Prof. Adam Shortt of the Civil Service commission.
It is doubtful whether, going
through the whole record of Canadians who have won distinction, lt
would be possible to flnd three men
better qualified to Illustrate the fact
that the field marshal's baton lies in
the knapsack of every private, says
the Ottawa Free Press.
Take Mr. Fielding flrst. He entered the office of the Halifax Chronicle as office boy; he graduated to
the proud position .of "printers'
devil;" he worked ap t* tbe editorial
chair of that great newspaper which
was edited by the great Joe Howe,
and then he became Premier of Nova '���
Scotia, and finally the most successful j
Finance Minister whicli any country
ever had. I
Take Dr. Mills. He was a farmer's
son. He never Intended to leave the
farm. His whole soul was bound up
with the cultivation of the soil. But
one day his arm got caught in a machine and was cut oft. Did he despair at that accident? Not at all.
lie simply had the wound remedied
' and set out to malte a new career for
' himself. -First a pupil, then he be-
| came a teacher and 'eventually the
principal for many years, enriched
with a ripe harvest from his labors
of the Ontario Agricultural College at
Guelph, and he is now one of the
most important members of that important railway board which keeps
the balance true between the railway
companies and the public.
Then there is Professor Adam
Shortt. He, too, is one of the common people. He has had to work his
way up through life, aad is an illustration of what Canada can do in the
production of men who can bear their
own with any others ln the world.
In all three cases, tbe secret of
success was nothing but industry.
That waa all; there was no luck about
any one of these three cases. The
field marshal's batons were in the
knapsacks of those three boys. They
may not have known lt at the time,
but they know It now and so they
���tand out aa prominent among Canadians, lhdced among world citizens,
just for the very reasons that they
worked hard and did that which came
to their hands with the will which
produces success.
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SATURDAY,   DECEMBER   1,   1911.
The Daily News
Published hr" Tha Dally News Publish-
Irg Comiianl, Limited, at their offices,
corner 'or ��� MeKenzle   and   Victoria
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SATURDAY,   DECEMBER   1,   1911
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QUB WATERWAY.
WMfl  & Mr*   niaUer   of   keen  sat'S"
faction to every loyal resident of New
Westminster, as well as to every
whoie^artail British Columbian
that the improvements to the wharf
and jetty accommodation of this
fresh water port have now been
brought within the range of what maybe called practical politics, the fact
cannot in fairness be lost sight of
that the" scheme of improvements
which.fdrtnejl(tbe basis of discussion
at the'meeting of the Board of Trade
on' Thursday evening took practical
shape years ago. lt is a fact within
publlft., kftQwled^ that the improvement  of docking    facilities    on thi
.���a**.:.* .w
Fraser has occupied the attention of
publjc .axtfy of the Koyal City for
many1- year*. It is some time since
Mr. J. B. Kennedy, at Ihat time member of Parliament, and ex-Mayor
Keary secured from the Dominion
government the aceptance of proposals practically id> ntical with those
which won the approval of the Board
of Trade oi) Thursday eveuing.
No one who has watched the progress of biibllc affairs will find reason to doubt that the improvement ot'
the wharfage facllitit s on the Fiaser will have an immediate und lasting effect on the history of N'ew
Weestminster, on the development of
the rich hinterland wliich is tributary
to the city, and on the progress of an
extensive and Important district of
British Columbia, lt ls well that the
business mtn at tlie community j���"
should show themselves alive and
alert to perceive the necessities and
possibilities of the developing situation in this city. It is but fair and
fit that acknowledgment of the services of all public men in this connection should be frankly, fully and
freely made. I
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NEW SCHOOL  OF ART.        _  I
Latest Sensation  in  Bohemia   Is the
~~~    ��"C��blsts." I
In Paris a new school of art has
sprunf up, and threatens to cross
the channel, where it will he warmly
welcomed by every newspaper par i-
grapb$r< and cartoonist in the country, lift exponents call themselves
the Cubists, or perhaps it would be
more accurate to say that they have
had this name thrust inon them.
Just as Whistler saw the world in
only a few odors, and Rubens beheld nothing but rotund curves iii
everything he painted, so the Cubists
see chiefly angles. The Cubists declare that by this method they get
the only true conception of object?,
and that they are merely carrying
the Post-impressionist idea a step
further. Above everything they abhor photographic accuracy, which
they insist has nothing to do v. ith
real art, and therefore they do not
preten I that the things they paint
are really good likenesses of the objects painted. One of their spokesmen declares that what they are after
���chletty i��...4iw>-representation of volume, and that the movement is a re-
jactlon against excessive coloring.
Back to the Old Masters.
'   Matisse, the painter who was the
great leader of the  Post-impressionists,'��jid not succeed in painting'vol-
ume.   He got color and drawing only.
Modern   painting,   according   to   the
Cubists    fails   to   represent    volume.
The Old  Masters and  the  Primitives
had tlie art, and the Cubists are going hack to lhem. Judging from some
of the paintings  cf  members of thu
Bchool, .they   have   gone   pretty   far
back,   for   many   of   tbeir   canvasses
look as though  they  had  been done
by EJgypitlano, bo i redomlnani   Is th'i
straight  line thai  one  Is accustomed
to see in ancii in Egyptian drawings.
The Cubists define harmony in drawing as the.uduliuuthip ul tbe curve to
the straight line.   By OSlnting  tiier.--
fore. they correct tbe predominance.
of the curve  by. straight  lines.  Thau
Cubists  have  discovered    that   it   Js j
possible to see straight  lines in What
most of us regard ,'ih curves, as. for
instance, in the human face,   tfo thoy >
divide  up  Die  faces  they  paint   into;
triangles, and produce an effect that
is positively weird.
The Mystery  Solved.
Le Figaro treats the new movement
with levity, and offers the following j
<.\|jl;yaat,Un.-of llie origiu of the Cubists: Tbe artists took a hundred
paving, blocks, traced them on can-1
vas, and theu assembled to consider
the effect. I
"What do these blocks of wood :
represent?" asked the chaitnian of
the aesembly,- a painter, venerated by
everyone, and already well known���
because he was the fust to discover
that men hajto no legs, and that Par-'
Isian womta have skins the color of
chocolate.
"Tbe Port of Marseilles." said one.'
"The  littery  of  Valeiny!"  affirmed another lainter.
"Fn degon.de!"   rparfid    a   "young
/One,"  who was only  sixty years old.
"As fer rae,-*'turijd a, rcpeut"nt "Fx-
polntllllste," "I am going to tell yoa
what those hundred paving blocks represent- They are the portrait of ray
former 'Petite Chere Amie.'"
"You see, messieurs, you see!" said
the chairman. "The blocks of wood
look like whatever one wishes them
to. All we bave to do in future is to
paint blocks of wood to make true
and sincere pictures, which also will
look like whatever one desires them
to."
A Mad Genius.
Their methods, inspired undoubtedly by sincerity, recall those of Van
Gogh." Hatred of photographic imitation was at the bottom of everything he did. "I flog the canvas with
irregular strokes," he said, "and let
them stand," and although van Gogh
was something of a genius, he was
something more of a lunatic. He
stabbed his friend, hacked his own
features with a razor in remorse, and
finally committed suicide in a lunatic
asylum. He preached Christianity
in the streets, and was at the same
time happy and depressed because, as
he said, he "carried a sun in his head
and a hurricane In his heart." Tliese
phenomena he endeavored to paint,
aud he tfas a leader among the Post-
impressionists, it Is recalled by the
London News that when the English
���painter endeavored to parody Van
Gogh and Gauguin they were complimented by the critics, who said
they were excelling themselves. It
seemed so easy for them to paint as
well as Van Gogh and the others that
many painters who had almost despaired took heart again, and, like
the village scoffers who remained to
pray, tbey did some really fine work.
Stereotyped  Art.
There can be no doubt that art of
all kinds has a tendency to become
stereotyped, and that the geniuses
who are responsible for its revival
find it necessary to go to extremes
to express their dissatisfaction with
the existing canons. The Post-impressionists, for Instance, who were
laughed at. were able to live down
the ridicule and to contribute something to tbe artistic growth of the
age. It may lie sc with the Cubist:!,
but those pictures which the writer
has seen reproduced in the English
papers give an impression of nothing
but woodenness..and might we'.l have
been drawn by children or Chinamen.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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League Game at Moody Square.
At Moody Square today the high
school football team will play the
team of the Sixth Regiment, Vancouver, in a league fixture. The game
will start at 3 o'clock. The high
school team will line up as follows:
Goal, Hoy Gilley; backs E. R. Gilley and Whittaker; halves, Cooper,
McKay, Allison; forwards, Wilson,
Feeney, Lougheed. Lewis, Innes. Mr.
F.  O.  Canfield  will  referee.
Football games killed nine persons]
and seriously injured 47 others during /
1911, acordlng to records kept by Chi-1
cago sporting writers.    Last year 111
were killed and 43 injured; in 1909 23 j
met death and 64  were hurt.     The
largest decerase this year was In the
number   of   college   players   injured,
only two being killed this year, compared  with four in 1910 and 10 in
1909. 	
One of this year's killed was a
girl, Miss Irene Butrum, a pupil ot
the high school at Evansvllle, Ind. A
girl's team waB practising and Mlss
Bntriim's arm was broken. Michigan suffered heaviest ln injuries of
the colleges. Three broken legs and
half a score of minor injuries were
the toll. Yale also had a lost list I
of Injured, though of a nature less
seriouB. t
should have no difficulty ln scoring
from Northumberland or Yorkshire.
Gotch   Defeats   German.
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 1.���Frank
Gotch of Humboldt, Iowa, world's
champion wrestler, defeated Carl
Hammerachmldt. champion of Germany, in a finish match here last
night. The first fall was won in 14
minutes with a leg hold and the second in 10 minutes with a half Nelson and leg bold. In a preliminary
handicap match Yousae Mahmout,
who has been training wltb Gotch.
failed to throw Henry Ordemann of
Minneapolis i fifteen minutes. ,.
Until   recently   premier  honors  in
the    football   league  competition  in I
Great   Britain,  have changed their lo-1
cation   nearly  every    week,  showing
how  even are the leading sides, but
latterly   Newcastle   has   climbed   to i
the top, which may be the reward foi.-
the big price paid ln the purchase of
lllhbert  from    Bury.      Recently    he
played  against his old  side  and assisted   materially   in  their  discomfit-'
ure. though  he was    tripped several-
times with such effect that he began j
to limp early  in the game.   With his
help and as big    a balance as could
be desired, Newcastle should   occupy I
the leadership for some time to come, i
Enlgand's main strength in Rugby
football Is clearly In the south this
season, Judging by the result of
county matches. Yorkshire have at
best only a bustling side, lacking ln
cleverness, and they were soundly
beaten by Devon earlier in the season. Durham was very disappointing, falling before Yorkshire in their
fixture recently by the big margin
of two tries to two goals and five
tries. Devon again just secured tho
verdict over Gloucestershire and
Somerset won rather easily from
Cornwall. In the southeastern section Ka8t Midlands have beaten Mid-
dlese:: and tlieir most formidable rivals, the Midlands. On December 16
they meet Eastern Counties at Bedford, and if they win there would
meet Devon or Gloucester for the
semi-finals,     tho     winner   of    which
Muscular Religion
(Continued from page ono)
the crowd, and the Y. M. C. A. can
congratulate themselves on the evening's entertainment which they supplied to their friends and supporters.
The itemised programme, and tbe
names of the winners in each event
follows.
Basket ball  match
High School���E. Gilley, A. Lewis,
G. Curtis, MacKay, Cooper, G. Sangster.
Intermediates ��� Cook. Fletcher,
Storms,   Pentland,   McAllister.
Score��� High school 21, Intermediates 14.    Referee, B. Gilley.
Feather race���G. Whittaker, G.
Sangster, C. Traves, D. Trapp, T. H.
McAllister, L. Rolph, F. Bowden, Rice.
First, L. Rolpb; second, T. H. McAllister.
Dumbbell exercises and marching
public school boys���E. Shaw, T. Kennedy, F. Phillips, J. Reid, H. A. MacDonald, P. Grant. E. Lewis. H. Meredith, D. Gray. A. Matheson, C. Powers, \V. Rennle C. Dawe. V. Jones, E.
F. Allen, L. Lewis, R. Gilley, L. Baker, M. Dockrill, L. Hacking, W. Smith
S. Reid, G. Runacres, Sidney Reid. C.
McAllister, G. Houghton, J. Gunn. C.
Major, J. Dawe, G. McCalien, R. Reid,
d'Easum, de Pencier, Hudson.
Fatigue race, high school boys���
First team���E. R. Gilley, E. Cooper,
D. Robson, T. Annandale, F. Mayera,
A. McAllister, A.  B.  McAllister.
Second team���J. Allison, McKay, A.
Lewis. M. Carnacross, W. Smith, D.
Casselman, A. Richards. ��
Third team J. R. Gilley, E. Mer-
edith,. E. Traves, F. Meredith, C.
Traves, N. McAllister, J. Smith.
Fourth team���G. Trapp, G. Whitaker, H. Cunningham, G. E. Curtis, D.
Trapp,  It.  Turnbull, D.  Collister.
Fifth team���D. Hugard, C. Sangster, F. Dawe, H. Bond, C. Wilson, J.
McKercher, C. Cross.
Winners���E. R. Gllley's team.
Hustle ball, high school boys-
First��� E. Cooper, E. K. Gilley, J. Allison, G. Sangster, D. Robson, E. Cunningham, R. Whitaker, D. Trapp, E.
Meredith. F. Meredith. Mackay. A,
MacAllister, J. Smith, H. Bond, Carnacross. Collister. McKercher, Cross.
Second team���E. Dawe, A. Lewis, G.
Cuitls, J. R. Gilley. D. Hugard, G<.
Trapp,  E. Traves, A.  McAllister,    R.
Turnbull, A, Annandale, D. Casselman
F. Mayera, A. Richards. W. Smith. N.,
McAllister, C. Wilson. T. Annandale,
C. Traves.
Winners���E. Cooper's team.
Basket ball, Vancouver Y. M. C. A.'
versus New Westminster Y. M. C. A.
Vancouver team���F. C.    Sbantz,    B. |
Carruthers, V. Holmes, F. Carney and ���
J. Jardine.
New   Westminster���W.   Sangster,  H.
Fader. A. Whitaker, R. Sangster and !
P. Swanson.
Referee���Rev.  A.  E.   Sovereign.      i
Mat work and Tumbling ��� S.!
Trapp, R. Henderson and F. May-!
nard. j
Exercises on the gym horse���H. H.
Hotson, A.  MacDonald, Sr., MacDonald. J. L. Horn, R. C.  Walker. K. C. '
MacGowan. A. S. Mills.
have no danger or excitement."
"How about tbe sports?" the examiner asked. "Do you football?
Baseball? Do you box? Do you belong to an athletic club?"
"No���none of that stuff. I guess
I'm a safe risk."
"Do you scorch?"
"What do you mean?"
"Do you drive your qar Taster than
the speed limit?" ,
"I have no car."
"What?   How do you get about?"
"I walk."
"Risk refused. A scorcher is a dangerous risk, but a pedestrian has no
chance at all. Buy a car, old man.
Sorry���good   night!"���Buffalo   News.
Urydoeke at Amsterdam.
Three floating drydocks for repairing ablps are now In ose ln Amsterdam, and a fourth ls being constructed.
Eacb of these docks consists of a hollow oblong bottom and two hollow,
walla at tbe longest sides of the bottom. When a ship is to be taken into
one of these docks tbe walls and bottom are filled with water, so tbat the
dock sinks and tbe sblp floats in it
Tbe sblp ls tben fastened to tbe walls,
and pumping machines on the top of
tbem draw ont tbe water from tbe bottom and walls. The dock rises, and
tbe ship ls lifted ont of tbe wster, and
workmen can repair Its sides and bottom. When repairs are completed tbe
hollow walls and bottom of tbe dock
are refilled wltb water, and the ship
floats ont. Tbe new drydock, named
Princess Juliana, after tbe heiress apparent to tbe throne of the Netherlands, is much larger tban any of tbe
other three. It will weigh 4,900 tons,
be 110 feet wide snd 450 feet long and
be able to lift 12.504 tons.
fiCI   9
Buy Close-in Prope
We Have a Rooming House
For sale, situated on a full sized corner lot-   very close ln and very
centrally located.   The price Is right at
$30,000
See us for further particulars.
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
GRAND OPENING
MONDAY NIGHT
DECEMBER 4th
UNEQUALLED
VAUDEVILLE
UNSURPASSED
PHOTO-PLAYS
Iflc - ADMISSION - 20c
REMOVAL   NOTICE
After Monday next, 4th of December, we shall be established ln
our new premises at 744 Columbia Street, near the corner of Begbl*
Street, where we shall continue our Brokerage business ln Real
Estate, Insurance and Loans.
Motherwell & Darling
BROKERS
!   .��,
New Speciss of Elephant.
The ancient proverb. "Always something new from Africa." receives fresh
illustration from tbe reported discovery in that country of a new species
of elephant, it Is known to the natives as tbe water elephant, and a
herd of Ove of them was seen on tbe
shores of Lake Leopold II. by one of
tbe explorers sent out by the Paris
Museum of Natural History. Compared with the known elephants tbey
seemed much smaller, wltb shorter
trunks, longer necks and no tusks. Before more minute examination was
possible tbe animals plunged Into tbe
lake. An account of this new discovery la given in La Nature.
No Hope for Hi.n.
Here was a case where it seemed
as if everything was settled. The
insurance company's doc-or had reported that the man seemed to be all
right and the man himself had certified that he was not engaged in any
dangerous occupation.
"I lead a sedentary life." he told
them.    "I work in an  office and  wo
Failing Eyesight
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Our system  has    helped    in
some   of    the     most   difficult
cases. No matter if others havo
ailed come and consult our
EYE SPECIALISTS
A New Lumber Yard
COME TO US FOR
Lumber,   Mouldings,   Laths   and   Shingles
OUR  STOCK IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.
CROWN TIMBER AND TRADING CO., LTD.
PHONE  ��04. (Old  Glass Works Factory. SAPPERTON.
The Vancouver Institute'
of OPTOMETRY
657  Columbia  Street.    Upstairs
over Curtis Drug Store.
Phone 295.
Hours:   Daily  9:30 a.m. to  5
p.m.; Saturdays until 9 p.m.
All     Optical     Repair     Work
Quickly   Executed.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, tor lt ls the stufl that th* foundations ot wealth and happiness are built ot.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   tor   what   is
needed now and to Invest tor what shall be needed in the future.   Money cannot be Invested until it ls first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner ElgMH street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
Men's Winter Overcoats,
Any Overcoat in the house Reduced   -   -   -   -   -
BARGAIN SALE
Clothing and Furnishing,
FROM DEC. 1st.
$30.00 Overcoats, with convertible collar   -
$25.00 Overcoats, in fancy diagonal stripes
$20.00 Overcoats in fancy Tweeds and plain blacks
$18.CO Overcoats in fancy Tweeds and plain blacks
$15.00 Overcoats in grey and plain black
Special in Men's Worsted and Tweed Suits
Regular $10.00 to $12.50 values, to clear at -. ..$7.95
Regular $15.00 to $20.00 values, to clear at  $10.93
HEAVY WOOL  RIBBED UNDERWEAR���
Tiger Brand, guaranteed unshrinkable; regular price $1.00, sale price ?5e
Laama Cashmere Half Hose; good.value at 35c the pair; during sale four
pair for           $1.00
Boys' and Children's Suits
25 Per Cent Off All Boys' Two-Piece D.  B. Suits
��� SPECIAL���Twenty Boys' Three-Piece Suits, sizes 30 to 33; values $^,75 to
$7.50, to clear at, the suit ���3-50
Twenty-flve Children's Blouse Suits;  regular $3.50 to $4.25,   to   clear at.
the suit ��� V.-i,f1'03
Men's Heavy Wool 8ocks; regular 25 c and 30c valuea, to cleat' fiv* pair
for   , V.', .;��i.oo
No Goods on Approval During This 1HL DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,   DECEMBER   1,   Hll.
mTV TODAY At the Big Cut Sale
and Overcoats
All Marked in Plain Figures
= Blue Pencil ^^^
With
Every Suit and Overcoat is
Window
$12
$15
$18
$20
$22
$25
$28
$30
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
or Overcoat
or Overcoat
or Overcoat
or Overcoat
or Overcoat
or Overcoat
or Overcoat
or Overcoat
$9.20
$10.40
$14.10
$16.65
$18.35
$21.75
$23.80
$26.65
BUY   TODAY
Acme
Co.
C M. GREEN, Manager.
I
MARKET
'.REPORT
"One of the best markets for a
long time," said one of the auctioneers, speaking of yesterday morning's business, and the fact that
about 28 horses changed hands ac ; ��)aBka ,,ink 8:,nnon
good   prices  proves  the  remark  was timelts,   pet-
Turnips, each  oc
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, retail, peV dozen :������������������������-^
Butter, retail, per lb ....35c to 4Ck.
Honey, per comb    ����a
Fish,
Blue cod, per lb.   ...
Halibut, per lb.   ...
Salmon,  choice   	
' Salmon, white, each
i steelhead, per lb.  . ���
Sturgeon, per lb
than to  the rank  and  status of  the   Brow^ ^  Am6rtCan
.'Jibs,  for
lh.
.10c
.10c
25q
..50c
.15c
..15c
,25c
. .10c
Governor-General of that collection ot
individuals that makes up the population of Canada. The Duke of Con
naught is by right of birth the high
est rank of all our Governor-Generals,
and when he was appointed it wa-i
said in many quarters that It would ba
difficult to choose his sucesBor. Having accustomed to a prince of the
blood  as  their  Governor-General  tho
the London correspondent of   credited with by this correspondent.' to tbe Intentions of the British gov-
?rs,   He d��  "        '" " ",,,,,""��' ���������_   ernment or of the King of England,
as   to im
  )e believes tnai princes d���Uu��� i   ..^	
Inspired   earn their living.    He has expressed' that would  attach  to   an   announce-
" "���������   ���������������   nntnt    more   ment ln the Court Circular.      How-
Justified. One team was sold for $550
while good driving horses fetched all
the way from $130 to $175. with ponies averaging from $20 to $10. The
good demand for horseflesh Is partly
explained hy speculative purchases,
but apart from this horses show no
signs or falling off In price.
Prices In other commodities were
well sustained, showing little change.
Tho market for ducks was, however,
very brisk, these birds being sold as
high as $15 a do/.en, which Is an advance of $1 over the prices prevailing last week.    Hens must be fat to
Retail Meats.
Be��f  hest lib roasts   15c to ISc
Beof, loin   18c to 22c
Beef, round steak 18,
Boiling beef     10c to Hc
Veal    l.'c  to  20c
and each will have a Royal
Viceroy.      inueeu,  becoming
account,     the     idea     was
through  political considerations with   himself
regard to India, rather than on Can-   than once
ment
newspapers,  He desires, in all constitutional ways,  ernment or ��� ���
to Increase the power of the crown, j and  we should  be reluctant to give
and he believes that princes should | the  credence to  Mr.  Brown's   story
.   ��i._.  ��nniii  attach  to   an   announce-
on
r \!aT,hPtL���U-1 rvensuchmaue^ are usually hinted
and about the most suit | �����r^ud,gcu8ged long before any au-
lv��' ,*��v��-  *.   s~   ****** A **a   lY.tranl.
exception oYUie Prince of Wales. This
  is prince Albert, now a  ���'>:teen-year-
pcople of Canada might object to have   0id   ���aval  cadet.     By  the   time   Uie
nvone of Inferior rank follow him at I term   of   the   .resent   GovempH**
egard to India, ramer man un ��_,.��..    ....... ,
idu's   account,   although   the  experl-   able way for a prince to do some real: at ana uikusd�� .*,..���  .
nent will be made first in Canada, fori work is to train himself for kingship, thorltatlve statement is made regard-
the very good reason that the prince and to strengthen the ties of empire, ing them, and Mr. Brown may he deselected as connaught's succcessor ls | As a rule, an American newspaper! charging a useful function In break-
the oldest of the King's sons, with the  correspondent ls not the safest guide  ing " " '*"*
the ice.
Pork
Sugar  cured  bacon    M(
Or
5c
0c
Young lamb  ,'h""U'C U |rq
Dressed chicken, per lb -��c
Mutton
.ire to
to
to
12c
.9c to 10c
anyone ^^^^^^^^^^
Rideau Hall, In fact, it has been
suggested that this prohlem was long
debated before the Duke was appoint-
I ed, and that it was considered at onetime to be a very strong obstacle In
the way of a BUgestton that has been
realized to the great satisfaction of
all Canadians, says the Mail and Km-
I lie.
The Question of Rank.
Rank ls a more important qualification   in  a  Governor-General  than  al-
eral is up Prince Albert ,vill be rbout
old enough to succeed I im, should lt
be the wish of the king 'hat he shauli
do so.    Prince Henry, the third son,
WHAT DOES YOUR
TEU YOU ?
o, an tb. am b..u.mc. ��. ���*���*' ����!!*����*��� D D' D' p'e",,,',,""'
to Australia and South Africa ru- J     ' a��� k,ndg of gk|��� trouble and   so   even for D. D. D. to cure
go
spcctlvely, the king ant queen, for
Innately, having enough sons to go
round.
The. Indian Situation.
Wholesale Meats
Veal, large  	
  Veal, small   11 %c to 12VjC
tltch good'prlces, some of the small: ��ee,f' �����*�� 'l"11^1-  ;;��� J�� }<j��
birds  rhaneine   h-inds  nt   a  flenrn   i* I r!e��f' hlnd flUa,'ter    lie to 12c       - . ^^^^^
bints changing hands at a rigure as | g   , b   12c to Lie of Canada accept Mr. Lloyd George or
low as }    per dozen.   The housewife  ���     ��   10c t0 Uo M      v cimrchill for Governor-
can see little prospect of fresh eggs | pork 12M,C to 18o ^neral.j     VVould   they   accept 'any
coming down until the spring, and.75 j plaln m,8ter?    We may be a,{ demo.
,.    . Poultry- crats tb the hilt, but we do not want
Hens,  small,  dozen    $6.50  to $7.50 lflnvnrmniai<Mi��M��1    who    la   alan     ��� .     .
Hens, small, retail   $7 to $9 dn>   ,<��vernor-qeneral   who   is,JU*0 , tne natlve   rlnceg of p, devoted as
Hens    large,   retail       ....$12 1�����C���t'l.   ,     l..*���*   �������'   *<*  are  t0  0e  crown'  are   alm08t
Broilers,  dozen    $5 to  $6 8ul8hed   title   to   his   name     'More-   wIthout  exception   men   of   towering
Chickens,   dozen    $G   to   $8 over- w�� are not B0 unsophisticated as \ prlde.   They feei themselves in every
Ducks, dozen  $12 to $15 t0 ���"P��?8e that on�� title is as good | re8^ct   gave that of authorUy   to be
' * * as another, and understand as clear-         ���    -.
i ly  as  any  authority  on  the  peerage
cents a dozen must still be paid for
this (stdple. There was, .howdver.
some butter selling this morning
down to 35 cents per pound, but the
bulk of the supply was sold at the 40
cent figure of last week.      " *
Potatoes are coming forward freely at $2fi per tgn. This price is slightly above that of a year ago, but tho
Increased demand rather than a shortage in the supply is responsible for
the advance.
Following are the quotations:
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets,  per sack    $1.00
Carrots, per sack    75c
.$1.00
In Canada the arguments that now
"""  '"  -   -,r .. ,.   , ..    .exist for the proposed Change are of
most  any  other attribu e,   says   the   rocenl orWn   but thoge lnftt concern
Mail and Empire- Would the peoplei| ]ndla are long Btandlng.     The very
reasons that make the Indian coronation desirable are tbe reasons that
suggest the propriety of having a
royal prince as viceroy. It is recognized by every British statesman that
scientifically compounded that it getter drop Into our store anyway
clears up the complexion over night.! and get pogted on this wonderful
D. D. D. ls most widely known as, remedy. Ask also about D. D. D.
the most reliable treatment for Ec-. goap whjch lg g0 invaluable In keep-
zema. but It has also been^ found in-1 lng the gkln jn healthy condition
valuable for all kinds of minor skin
troubles. Wo do not hestltate to give
D. D. D. our special recommendation. In fact, we are convinced that
D. D. D. will give relief that no other
remedy can.
Surely lf you have any skin trouble
Or write the D. D. Bi-Laboratories,
DepV N. N., 49 Colborne St., Toronto,
for a free trial bottle. ln.eltUer case,
don't put lt off, but act at once.
For sale by F. J. McKenzie, Columbia street.
BS
the  equals,  if  not  the  superiors,  of
-��   ���   __.... their Viceroys, especially If the Vlce-
TO CURE A tULU in uitc u�����,.    | that the Duke of Connaught is to be! royB  happen,   like   Lord  Curzon,  not,
Take LAXATIVE BHOMO   Quinln*   classed   rather   with   the   Piince   of   t0 have the grand manner.   They do!
Tablets.    Druggists  refund  money  if   Wales,   for   Instance,   than   with   the   not mistake an earl for a king, and
Duke of  Manchester.    Another  mere: and are said to feel   humiliated   be-!
duke   would  represent a  decision   in   cauBe they have to make their obeis-
the rank of our Governor-General, and   ance t0 one not 0f royai birth, and.!
only  another prince would  seem  to  though they do not openly show their
us "Just as good."   It ls said that this   feelings in this respect, there is lit
feeling, however generally entertained   tie doubt that  they  exist, and   that
it may be by Canadians, Is appreclat I they make the task of governing In
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
it fails to cure.    E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature is on each box.    25c.
THE ROYAL DUKE.
Turnip8' per  sack   ............ .^600   Radicals  Love a Lord, Says Toronto   ed"by King George, and that he has.' dia'more delicate than it would be if
Organ of Conservatism. In fact, planned that In the_ future we   there were a princei of the_ blood ln-
Potatoes, per ton   $26.00
Vegetables, Retail
Pee��q, ��� cr bunch 	
Onions, per lb.
5c
 Re
it is asked to accept less than lt has
been accustomed to and this character
for  Governor-General   In   stead  of an  earl   to represent   the
f authoi
To Strengthen the Crown,
It is ln human nature to protest It   ��a*ada aVBon"0"f the reigning monarch.   kingiy authority at Calcutta.
Prince Albert for Canada.
Potato;.   Wft-^v'l* t0 f"*. lBtlc may prove to be notless true with     The other great dominion, are to      It Is said thai.King   ��W;��J
TU** W^rld^ Greatest Singers
THE FAMOUS
Mountain Ash Choir
of Wales, Great Britain.
ST. PATRICK'S, HALL
Wednesday, Dec 6th
Tick.; ,c���� 3ale *i MacKenrieVDiu.i Storv ��*���
nat ot 6-. -o<l Colombia straats.   Pnco. $1.00. S1-S0
Carrots, per
Cabbage, per lb.
bunch\..... 5C
3c
regard to the wages of an individual  be    similarly   honored,   says
Curtis   other   reasons   for  the   plan  he SATURDAY,   DECEMBER   1,   1011.
THE DAILY NEWS.
P��CT Sf.Vtftt
Great Furniture
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Alteration Saie
We do not believe in sales only when there is a definite reason. We believe a store that sells at the lowest possible price right along, as we do, cannot reduce
prices any lower. The only reason for this sale is to
make room for extensive alterations. Our rapidly increasing business makes it necessary for us to thoroughly remodel our present premises, which work will
commence immediately after Christmas.
Commencing Friday, Dec. 1  to Dec.  24
We will be satisfied to clear our entire stock at a little
above cost. This is thc greatest boon Christmas
Shoppers ever had in New Westminster. We are going to make this Twenty-Four Day Sale the talk of
the city for some time to come. No New Goods will
arrive until our alterations are completed, so bear in
mind���first come first served.
The chances that every would-be home furnisher is
looking for are here; chances to buy the most reliable
furniture at great savings are yours for the taking.
A deposit will hold any article. Remember morning
shopping offers the best opportunities for careful
selection.
m
I
Denny Sc Ross
HONEST PRICES
43, 45, 47 Sixtht St., New Westminster.
CASH OR CREDIT
Phone 58S
SOCIETY
Mr. Padmore of London, England,
was a visitor ln town thia week, and
was a Sliest at the IluBsell Hotel.
* a     *
Mrs. J. A. Rennie, 501 Fifth street,
-Will be at home on the flrst Friday of,
each month. ,
... ,
Mrs.  E.  J.  C.   Shaw,  901   Henley!
etreet,   will  receive   on   the    fourth
Thursday of very month.
* .   *
Mr. J. R- Rome of Victoria, paid a
business trip to the city on Monday.
Mrs. F. A. Macrae went down to
Victoria on Wednesday   for a sho.-t
visit.
...
Mr. Nicholas of Seattle, wag in the
city on Saturday, and was te guest
of Mrs. A. C. Eddy, Second Btreet.
...
Miss Gladys Bulloch of St. Johns,
N. B., is visiting Mlss Josephine Watson, 40.; Third avenue.
* a   ���*
Mrs. J. J. Johnston, Third stieet,
will not receive again until the thirl
Thursday in January.
...
Mrs. A, W. McLeod will receive at
her  new  residence,  120 Fourth ave-,
nue, on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
* a*     *
Mrs. Coverdale Watson. 40C Third
avenue will receive Monday, December itli, and on the first Monday of
��ach month thereafter.
��� ��   .
On Tuesday evening Mrg. W. J.
Armstrong entertained at .a very enjoyable progressive euchre. The
first jrizes were won by Mrs. A. F.
Cotton, nnd Judge Howay, Miss
Freese and Mr. G. A. Allen, carried
off the lone hand prizes, and Mrs.
E. N. Sutherland and Mr. L. Annan-
-<lale the consolation. Among those
present were: Judge and Mrs. Howay, Mr. and Mrs. Cotton, Mrs. McCall, Mr. and Mrs. James Brymner,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Godson, Mr. and Mrs. E N.
Sutherland, Mr. and M>s. Q. A. Al-
leh. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Eddy, Mr.
and Mrs. G. B. Corbould, Mrs. Beatty,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Brydges, Mrs.
Woods, Mr. and Mrs. J. E..Allen Dr.
and Mrs. K. E. Walker, Mra. Bender-
son. Mr. and Mis. T. J. Armstrong,
Miss Homer. Mlss Ethel Horner, Misa
Phillips. Mlss Peele, Miss Shildrick,
Miss DeWolf Smith, Mias Wright,
Mlss Brown. Miss Jones, Kl63 Cotton, Mlss Corbould. Mlss Annandale,
Miss Nona Armstrong, Miss Freese,
Miss .1. Martin. Miss Briggs. Mr.
Kennedy, Mr.  Reid, Mr. Moral!   Mr.
Porrit, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. W. B. English
Mr. Beatty, Mr. Nigel O'Brlan, Mr.
Motherwell, Mr. Bryce Brown, Mr.
Harry Greame, Mr. W. Edmonds and
Mr. Sellery.
On Wednesday evening the home
of Mrs. W. J. Whitside was the scene
ot a very quiet but pretty wedding',
when Miss Annie Dalglish was married to Mr. William B. Johnston, president of the Johnston Shoe Company and manager of the company's
local branch. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. S. Henderson of St.
Andrew's Presbyterian church. The
bride who was given away by her
brother-in-law Mr. W. J. Whiteside,
wore a handsome gown of white
satin charmeuse with pearl trimmings and a court hain, the - usual
wedding veil and carried a bouquet of
lilies of the valley. Miss Margaiet
Turnbull, who acted aa bridesmaid,
wore a pink satin gown and her flowers were pink roses. The groom's
gift to the bride was a handsome
necklet of pearls and perldo, nud to
the bridesmaid a beautiful bracelet.
The little flower, girls, Mlss Mary
Whiteside and Mlss Gwendolyn Love
(Vancouver), received chains and
pendants. Mr. Alfred Johnston, who
Bupported the groom, was given a
gold seal ring. Mlss Vass played the
"Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin, as
the bride entered the room. After
the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston left for Southern California and
Mexico, where they will remr.in untll after Christmas.1 On their return
they will reside ln tlieir new home
now being built on Queen's avenue.
that every now and then aome malo
choir sing3 these waltzes, as Strauss
intended them, in their original form.
So that is why the appeal of these
melodious Welshmen is so universal.
Scholar ard music lover aro alike appealed to, and no sooner is a program
of a concert published than every
body finds some one thing that he
would not only like to hear, cannot
afford to admit he has never heard.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take   LAXATIVE   BROMO     QultdSE
Tablets..   Druggists refund money if
it fails to cure.   E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c.
��ttj&
Mountain Ach Choir.
The strong feature about the great
aggregation of Welshmen, the Mountain Ash Male Choir, is the width ot
their appeal. They appeal to the
music lover, ot course, but their concerts are not less valuable to tho
hard student or the teacher. A pertinent proof of this can bs Instanced.
Not very many, even anions those
who follow music as a profession, aro
aware of the fact that the great
Johann Strauss wrote the "Beautiful
male choir In Vienna. It is also true
of hla "Wine, Woman and Seng." that
ether famous valt?,. But ho ,v often
does ono bave a chance to hear "The
Beautiful Bhi-3 Danube" ns Strauss
Intended lt to be suns? Ptolmbly nut
once In a lifetime. And yet that Is
a regular number with the Mountain
Ash Choir and proves beyond dispute
how scholarly as well as popular this
oirnni/utioT? is. In Vienna so highly do the Viennese think of Strauss
Lower Rates
Are now in effect via the Grand Trunk
Railway System to Atlantic Porta in
connection with tickets to Great Britain and ths Continent.
DECEMBER 2nd
Special Totirist Sleeper wiil leave Van.
couver for the accommodation of
those going to the Old Country for the
holidays.
S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT" leaves from
Johnson's Wharf at 12 midnight ever/
Saturday for
VICTORIA AND SEATTLE.
EVERY MONDAY FOR
PRINCE RUPERT.
Stewart, Queen 1 Charlotte Islands
and to points east of Prince Rupert on
Grand Trunk Paciflc Railway; For
tickets, sailing listfc, time tables and
rull information apply to
H. G. SMITH, C.P.4T.A. Tel. 8ey. 7100
L. V. DRUCE, C. A.        Tel. Sey. 3060
527 Grandville Street, Vancouver.
LAND ACT.
New Weatmlnster Land District, District of New Weatmlnster.
Take notice that I. Walter S. Rose,
cf New Westminster, B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply tor permission to lease the following described land.
Commencing at a post planted one
and a half miles from Lillooet river
on the east bank of Twenty Five Mlle
creek, running 80 chains north, thence
30 chaina east, uience 80 chains
south, thence 80 chains west to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
Date, September 18th, 1911.
WALTER S. ROSE,
Name of Applicant (in full).
JAMES G. McRAE.
Agent.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re Lote 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, Block 2; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, B ock 3; Lots
1, IA. IB, 4, 5, 6, 7, Bleck 4; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Block 5; Lots 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, Blo:k 6; Lcte 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, Block 7; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6.7,
8, 9. 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Block
8; Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 18, 17, 18, 26,
27, 28, 29 and 30, Block 9; Lots 14.
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, Block
10 of part of Lot 229, Group 1. Map
1095, in the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlfl
cate ot Title Number 19478F. 1 sued
in the name of The Bldwell Bay and
Belcarra Company, Limited, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tbe date of the flrst publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in wrltine.
C. S. KEITH.
Distiict Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry OfTice, New Westminster, B.C., November 20, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   ....:    S1M00.000.00
RESERVE   12,000,000.00
Branchaa througnout Canada sad
Newfoundland, ana In London, England, Nsw York, ChUago and Spokane,
O.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaklng business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In alt parte of ths
world.
Savings Bank Dspartment���Deposits
received in sums of fl and upward,
**s& Interest allowel st I par cent, par
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over  1186,000.000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phona 106.     P. O. Box 846.
Ofllce, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
Re a part (10 acres) of a portion
of Lot 273, Group 2. New Westminster District:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 11P9F, issued
in the name of George' Carter, haa
been flled in this office,    v.
Notice ia hereby given that I shal'.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objec
tion be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Oct. 31, 1911.
SPIRITUALISM
A Spiritual meeting wiil be held at
Mr. J. Clark's residence, Inman avenue. Central Park, near Btatlon,
Thursday evening at 8 p.m. AU arc
welcome.    Literature  for   Bale.       *���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
mo* 'Phene lta.     Barn TSone is
Begbie Street.
Baggage   deliver*]    promptly    ��
aay pr rt ot the elty.
light and Heavy Hading
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
"     nnMl^lnLM./
LARGEST STEAMERS
SAILING FROM CANADA
Christmas Sailings
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
"Megantic" Saturday, Dec. 9
Due Liverpool   Dec. 16
"Teutonic" Thursday, Dec. 14
Due  Liverpool    Dec. 21
Steamers sail from Halifax early
next day, connecting with trains from
the West.
White Star S.S. "Laurentic" and
"Megantic" are the. largest, fllnest
and most modern from Canada.
Elevators, lounges, etrlng orchestra,
etc. First, second and third class
passengers carried.
White Star S.S. "Teutonic" and
Dominion Line S.S. "Canada" carry
one class cabin (II) and third class
passengers only.
Por reservations and tickets apply to
ED GOULET, C. P. R. Depot.     ���
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
Company's office, 619 2nd Ave.,
Seattle.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve   7,200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the PacUic,
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados. Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westmlnater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
YES, WE CAN
CLEAN IT
Our process of Dry Cleaning
and Dying ie MARVELLOU8.
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 op
royaTcity
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyers
G. F.  BALDWIN,  PROP.
345 Columbia Street.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Tuesday
1:00 P.  M Daily
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For  Seattle.
10:00 A.  M Dally
11:00  P.  M....... Dally
For  Prince Rupert and Alaska
11:00 P. M...Nov. 4th, 12th, Dec. 8th.
Fer Queen Charlotte Islands.
11:00 P. M...Oct. 31, Nov. 11th, 25th
For  Hardy Bay.
8:30  A.  M Wednesdays
Fer   Upper  Fraser   River  Polnta.
Leave New  Westminster, 8:00 A.M..
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave  Chilliwack.  7:00 A.  M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Gallano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganea Hr. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Weetmlneter.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vanoouver
I' Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phona  53.
Tanth   St,  New  Westminster.
(Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDV
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avanue.
PHONE 370.
1IMS0N PWtttlHfi CO
Fine Office Stationery
Jpb Printing of Every
Description ��� - - Butter
Wrappers a 'Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
.1
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 601.
P. G. GARDINER.
A, L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.     u
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 772
NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B. C.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root* Beer
Mineral Water*,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
I. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
Telephone R IIS  Office: Prlncaaa %\
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY NEWS.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
��� Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to. open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
'the facilities of their
large and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid od parings
Balancesjjbalf-yearly.
Easiness (Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS  $49,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B  C
BRANCH
���15 Colum Jla Street
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Eatlmataa Given.
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER
Phene 567
B.C.
HORSE
BLANKETS
���9
E 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
I'M, LIMITED.
Phona M, New WestWlneter, B. C
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PAQB Sfcttt
THE DAILV NEWS.
I
SEE OUR STOCK OF
Christmas
. ������
CAPERS,
BRASS, COPPER and
NICKJJ^JLATED
TABLE CUTLERY
^SAFETY
SATURDAY,   DECEMBER   1,   1911.
:��:>!?'
ANDERSON. & LUSBY
634 Colombia 6*     Phone 22-23
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
EavetiWgh Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanka, Etc.
ttention
entlemcn
Do you consider that you are
doing your full duty to your
family when you have not
made provision for them in
the event of your death. It
is a small item of expense,
but the benefit is incalculable.   Come in and see me
about it.
Alfred W. McLeod
-
j,
insurance:
*v
SS&>
���57 Columbia St.
Phone* 62. New Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1882.
FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS
~IN-
Brushes of All Kinds
Hair, Hat, Clothes, Tooth,
Infant, Hand. In all these
lines we have the very latest, including EBONY and
IVORYOID. . See our Show
Window. -v
^
Xmas	
now in, and'a big and beautiful line too.   Look us up.
Curtis Drug Store
For iiioia
PHOTO GOODS   1 ��|V!ia
spectacles   fe^nwani
seeds       li&iiirin
 s '   til
Phone 43: L. D. 71J Res. 72.
New   Weatminater.   B. C.     ^
H ������'.-
Mlss Helen B. McCallum of Portland. Oregon, is visiting Mis. Joseph
Dorgan at 813 Fifth street
See our windows. Any $30 suit today $20. A. S. Mills & Co., D17 Columbia street. **
Ice cream, all fruit flavors, promptly
delivered.   Phone 310.   I. A. Ueid.   *
Mr. J. H. Maxwell Smith of the B.
C. E. H. was in town today on one of
his periodical visits. He will leave
shortly for a trip up the Chilliwack
line.
See our adv. on Page four. A. S.
Mills & Co., 517 Columbia street. ���
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey, of Vancouver,
the well known eye. ear, nose and
throat specialist, paid his usual weekly visit to the Hotel Russell yesterday. "
For Sale���Fifty pairs men's le?
boots. Absolutely solid leather
throughout. They'll go fast at $3.95.
C41 Front street. ���*
Victor Hetherington. who was so
badly electrocuted yesterday still lies
ln a very dangerous condition. Little
change for the better has taken place
but he is now able to move one hand.
The Rebekahs gave a very enjoyable dance on Thursday evening.
Over seventy-five couples were present The Rebekahs are to give another dance at some date within the
month.
Don't forget in sending out your
laundry next week that th.> Troy
Steam Laundry is open for business.
Telephone 101K. *���
Bargains ! Fifty pairs Indies'
slices. Values up to $3.50. Specla:
price $1.50.    (1-11 Front street.      **
Rev. J. S. Henderson will lecture io
Knox Church on Thursday evening
on "A Trip to the Old Country."
Headaches caused from defective
eyesight. Get your eyes tested by
a graduate optician, and have your
glasses made to suit, satlsfacti-jn
guaranteed. W. Gifford Optical Parlors, in T. Gifford's jewelry store.   **
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday aftemoon. Leaved
lilackman-Ker wharf at 2 o clock. ���*
Commissioner D. M. Rees, leader
of the Salvation Army In Canada, will
visit New Westminster next Tuesday.
Mr. liees. who is accompanied by Major Findlay. will address tho local
army at the Citadel on his missionary
travels. The Vancouver Silver band
will be tn attendance.
Are you married ? Then don't pay
rent.    We furnish thc money to buill
I and you repay it same as rent. Nation
ul Finance Co.,    Ltd.,   521 Columbia
i street. **
Do It now���what ? Give us that listing. National Finance Co., Ltd.. 521
Columbia street. **
Fhe room house, molern fer rent.
$ix per month. .National finance Co.,
Ltd., 521 Columbia street. **
Many persons well known in the
city were piesent at the Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium exhibition held last night
Among these were Mr. T. J. Trapp
president of the association, and Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Meredith, who are
alwas identified with any occasion
connected with the Y. C. A. Mr. Pearson of the Dominion Trust was also
noticed during the evening.
Troy Steam Laundry is now open
for business, and respectfully solicits
a share of your business. Telephone
101G. ��*
Commissioner D. M. Rees. head o'
the Salvation Army in Alaska, Canada, Newfoundland and Bermudas,
will lecture on " Missionary Travels " on Tuesday evening next, at
8 o'clock, in the S. A. Citadel, Eighth
street. The Silver band from Vancouver will take part in the evening's
entertainment and discourse a special
selection of music. Major Find'.av
accompanies the commissioner.
Cleanliness is next to godliness,
and right next d'Jor to the church on
Clarkson street Is the Troy Steam
Laundry.    Telephone 1016. **
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated Society
of Musicians  (England).
I Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, *���
Singing,   Theory,   Harmony,'
Counterpoint    and    Musical
Form.
Prepares candidates for Teachers' .
Diplomas, Licentiate and Local exam- I
inations of the Associated Board of tho I
Royal Academy of Music and Royal j
College of Music. Has had numerous
successes in past  years.
For terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phone L638.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
Look !
Ash Street, near 4th Street
large lot, double house;  rents for
$30 per month.
$3000
Very easy terms.
Sandringham Avenue
Seven rooms, modern bungalow.
$3500
$500 cash, balance $25 per month.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
ONLY   THREE   WEEKS   TO
CHRISTMAS .
You'll Benefit Much by Choosing Christmas Gifts Early.   Be your wants great or    0
small this store offers great inducements. \
SATURDAY BARGAINS THAT WILL CAUSE A STIR
There are three special bargain Items on this list that will mean some brisk selling during the Special
Sale hours Saturday.   Here they are.
Special No. 1.   On Sale from 9 a. m. to 12 noon.
Six dozen Umbrellas;  mostly in men's size;  natural wood handles, with  brass bands;   full  size frames,
with heavy grade mercerised cover;  values regular $1.00"     Special Hour Sale, each  50c
Special No. 2. and 3.   On Sale from 7 to 9:30 p. m.
Four dozen Women's Black Cashmere Hose; all sizes;  flne grade cashmere;   values 25c and 35c regular.    Special Hour Sale 2 pairs for 25;
(Only two paira gold to each customer.)
Three dozen leather and suede belts, women's; big range of colors; all sizes; regular to 35c.  Special Hou:
ff.n Ip.  flprh    . .   a **C
(Not more than two sold to any one customer.)
Sale, each
Underskirts Priced for Quick Selling
Values to $3.25.   Saturday Bargain $1.50 Each
Women's Underskirts of Moire and  Sateen;   with  narrow  and deep flounce;  the shades are green, brown,
eld rose, reseda and black; all sizes;   an   exceptional   offer.     Saturday, each   $1.50
Corsets a Wonderful Bargain
85c Pair Saturday
Women's D. & A. Model Corsets; made of fine grade couttlle; in white; extra strong caped steels; medium bust and long hip style; fo ir hose supporters sizes 18 to 29; only a limited number of sizes, so get
here early.
Buy Women's Underwear Now
You need no reminder from us that Underwear time is here. The t| uestion Is where to get the best
values. Here you will find ever/ well known reputable make; women's flne and heavy ribbed vests
In shades of natural and white; long sleeves; open front; lace trimmed; drawers to match, ankle
lengths;  in open or closed styes; values regular 75c.   Saturday birgaln,   garment   .., 50c
B. & M.
HOSE BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY.
it is no secret that our Hosiery Section offers greater bargains than anywhere in the city. Saturday we
offer a few lines that are positively stunning values.
Children's black cashmere hose In assorted ribs;
black only; sizes 6 to 10; extra weight; mostly
with double knees; reg. values to 35c. Saturday
bargain:   per   pair      25c
Women's blac\ cashmere hose; good weight; extra
soft linish and full fashioned: nil sizes; values
regular 35c. Saurday bargain, per pair   25c
GLOVES FOR QUICK SELLING.
Tegular Values 65c; Saurday Bargain, 35c Pair.
Women's heavy suede finished gloves; two domo
fastener; in shades of natural, Ivory, brown and
black:,  all   sizes.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
CADBIY'S
CHOCOLATES
IN GREEN BOX
Buffi's otISe
Ueatie liiocit.   441 Columbia St
| New Weatminater. B.C.
A Simple Current Test.
A letter published io a recent number of Power suggests a simple method
of determining whether tbe current in
a lamp socket is alternating or direct
On holding one pole of a permanent
magnet against one side of the globe
of a lighted lamp It ls found that if a
direct current is flowing tbrough tbe
filament the latter wlll be either attracted toward or deflected from tbe
magnet, while if alternating current
flows through tbe lamp the filament
will vibrate, due to the alternation.
Cultivation Under Glass.
A Swiss professor uf agriculture bns
been experimenting with cultivation
tinder colored glass nnd finds that ordinary transparent glass gives the l>est
results. Orange glass forces the plants,
but hurts tbe fruit: violet glass Increases the quantity of fruit, but lowers its quality: red. blue and green
glaaa Is positively Injurious.
Vienna's Gat Supply.
The Vienna city council hns purchased Tor ���' KHUIOO \be Inst remaining gas
vorks owned by tbe Kngiish company
.'.h:c'i orlglnslly famished the wbole
gus supply of tbe Austrian capital.
FISH MARKET FURNITURE
537 Front St  -   Phone 301
Fresh Salmon (half or whole), lb.. 10c
Fresh Cod (half or wholel. per lb..  Sc
Fresh Herring, 4  lbs. for 25c
Fresh Soles. 2 lbs. for  25c
Smoked Salmon and Halibut, lb..loc
B.&M, Brand Kippered Salmon, lb. 15c
Finnan Haddie, 2 lbs. for  25c
Labrador Salt Herring, per doz...50c
Large Kastern Oysters, per pine. 50c
Mallards, per brace   $1.25
Delivery 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Terms���Casn.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front St.
Bought and Sold.
Highest Pi Ice Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Kstate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
A SNAP IN
LOTS
(969) Sixteen large lots fronting on a graded street and just off
Second street, one of the widest streets in this city. These lots are
almost cleared and offer an exceptional opportunity as an investment or for a contractor in search of cheap sites for inexpensive
cottages.
Price $500 Each
Terms: $100 Cash, balance 5, 12,
18 and 24 months.
Building ls active ln this district wbere over forty houses have
been built during the past year and every one has been sold or
rented.   For sale en bloc or in single lots.
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
F.J.HaitXCo,Ltd.
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster.     Branches et Vancouver    Victoria,
Chilliwack and Aldergrove, B.C
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CHRI5TMA5
GOODS at
Chamberlin      jc���lCR
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C. R'y
*.******���**+*****���*���****���**********-**
*
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See Our New Lot Of
Ebony Brushes and Mirrors
ALL  PRICES
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEH,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President
W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO. LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.  Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
INTERURBAN   TRAMS.
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5:45
a.m. and every 16 minutes
thereafter untll 11 p.m. Last
car 12 p.m. Sunday leaves at
6, 7, 8 a.m. and every 16 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Ialand branch. ��� Cara
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby Una.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour (rom 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cara
eave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9.30 a.m., 1.20 and
6.10 pm.
Huntingdon and *>?*���    .iC.-n'
EXCURSION TO
CHILUWACK
The B. C. B. R. Co. offera reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to All
polnta on lta Fraaer Valley
line.
' Tickets will be on aale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE YOUR PLANB TO
-��KE THIS ENJOYABLE
TRI*.
aves at 4.06 p.m,    	
fir.!T!5il COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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