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 SNAP IN WEST END.
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Avenue (upper   side).   $4000;    one-
third cash, balance 6,   12   and   18
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
ROYALTY IN INDIA
Precautions   For   Safety   of
King and Queen.
RECEPTION  TEN1   BURNED
Their Majesties Arrive at Delhi Tods/
���Preparations for Historic and
Magnificent Durbar.
Delhi, British India, Dec. 5.���An Incendiary today burned the reception
tent prepared for the coming of King
George and Queen Mary, who arrive
here tem Bombay tomorrow.
Great preparations bave been made
for the durbar. Extraordinary precautions are being taken to guard
against danger to the lives of their
majesties.
CANADA'S NAVAL
BASE ON PACIFIC
Guns, Presumably New, to Be Mounted on Signal Hill, Esquimalt, Aug.
menting Defences.
Victoria, Dec. 5.���Work wlll be begun in a few days to mount two S.'l
guns on Signal Hill, Esquimalt, to
augment the defences ot the Canadian
naval base on the Paciflc. The work
is part of the scheme begun fourteen
years ago by the Imperial government, and when the Canadian government took over the defences in 1901
It was decided not to mount guns
which had been lying at Esquimau for
the previous eight years, wilh part of
the mounting in place at the summit
of Signal Hill.
M'NAMARA TRAGEDY
Brothers Sentenced to Terms
of Imprisonment
LIFE TERN FOR MURDERER
John, Who Dynamited Lewellyn Iron
Works, With no Loss of Life,
Gets Fifteen Years.
MAIL CONTRACT FOR
ISLANDS AWARDED
Victoria, Dec. 5.���The mall contract for tbe Islands route has beeu
awarded to the C. P. S. S. Co. In accordance with the general wishes of
the people in the various cities. This
contract was held by A. A. Sears and
associates of Sydney, but since the
loss of the steamer Iroquois last
April there has been a good deal of
���complaint about Irregularity in the
service. The malls were being carried from Sydney in gasoline
launches. A short time ago one of
these launches was burned and tbe
mail destroyed.
TEUS OE WILDS OE
DARKEST AFRICA
CREDITORS MEET
TO RECOVER DEBTS
Mr. Alien, Attorney for  E. J.  Fa^er,
Summons Gathering to Consider
Liquidation.
A ineeting of the creditors of Mr.
E. J. Fadtr was called yesterday
afternoon by Mr. J. E .Allen, who is
possessed of a power of attorney to
act ter the absent debtor. The affairs
of Mr. Fader were found, according
to report, to be in a confused
condition, and it was difficult to
make out what bills were proper to
be received, or what funds were available for the payment of just    debts.
Los Angeles, Dec. 5.���Tonight
Clarence Darrow, chief counsel for
the defence, said that If the^ase had
gone to a Jury the Inevitable result
would have been that hls clients
would have gone to the gallows, the
evidence against them was so overwhelming.
Darrow Bays he did not tell Gompers,
prelsdent of the American Federation
of Labor, that the McNamaras were
innocent or guilty, and he did not
think President Gompers could be involved in any dynamiting outrages.
Los Angeles, Dec. 5.���The McNamara brothers weie sentenced today.
James B. McNamara, confessed murderer, guilty uf dynamiting the Times
building, which resulted in the killing
of 21 persons, was sentenced to life
imprisonment. HU brother, John J.
McNamara. who confessed to the dynamiting of the Llewellyn Iron Works,
was sentenced to fifteen years' imprisonment in the penitentiary.' No
one was killed in tbe Llewelyn affair.
Ncarl ytwo hours before the court
opened, hundred of curious men and
Women gathered about the ^corridors
and approaches of the Hall of Records, all eager to obtain a glimpse
of the prisoners. One hundred sheriff
deputies  marshalled  the  throng into
Tbe report says that it was claimed! !!ne,Sn���the. f'ieht��ot' ��*" leading to
Commissioner    Rees    Returns    After
Twenty Years���Gives Address on
His  Missionary Wanderings
Commissioner Hees, leader of tlie
Solvation Army In Canada, was iu
New Westminster last night after au
v.hsence of over twenty years, he said,
and addressed a special meeting ol
members of the Army. The weather
operated against the assemblage
of a very large gathering, but the
���ommlsstoner nevertheless had a good
a.ni lence. .
Speaking of the missionary travels
which ho took up when he left this
country twenty years ago. Mr. Rees
told many Interesting tales of hard-
bliip and courage, ot disappointment
nnd suceess��exi,erienced in the midst
of Africa. The occasion of the awa-
1.enlng of missionary activity on that
loutinent, he said, was the publish.,
ing of Dr. Stanley's "Darkest Africa,"
which brought home to the civilized
world the fact that out of a popula-
lion of 240,000,000 souls, there- were
barely 28,000,000 who had even heard
.the word "salvation." It was at that
time, tbat he himself was sent out,
and for years he travelled through
the wilds of that dark continent. He
penetrated three or four thousand
miles into the very heart of the coun-
.try accompanied only by a Salvation
Army officer armed with a concertina.
That same musical Instrument, he related, had lost him his first congrega-1
.tlun of Savages, who fled ut a sudden I
note that Issued by mischance from
it. He told how at times he had
been as long as seven months at a '
stretch without having seen clvlliza- j
.Uon or eaten a morsel of white man's ,
food. Hut success had attended his
���cflorts. and In this connection the
commissioner told a wonderful story
of his invasion of tho territory of tha
most warlike chief of the Zulus.
The chief luy very 111, the story ran,
and sent for a Dutch farmer to come
And heal him. Mr. Rees himself, however, was living with the farmer at
the time, and he refused to let him
i;o to the chief unless the missionary
was admitted also. After some days
of hesitation the fear of death over
bore the chief's resolution, and behold
tbe missionary of tbe Salvation Army
and the bumble Boer entering the encampment of the Zulu tribe, armed
with nothing but a large zinc bath.
Into this they plunged the suffering
chief, and heated tbe water, until the
attack of Influenza, with which he was
afflicted, was boiled out of him. From
that cure dated tbe establishment of
one of the most successful missions
in Zululand, claimed the old missionary.
The silver band from Vancouver
vas in attendance and played selections with tremendous good-will. The
local army under Captain McLean
elso offered their chief In Canada a
very hearty welcome, for which he
thanked them very sincerely.
by the attorney that Mr. Fader's property in this country was worth
roughly $92,000, while the debts
amounted to a figure in tbe neighborhood of $ti5,000.
As it is said that Mr. Allen has the
lower to sell this property for the
liquidation of the debts, three trustee*,
were appointed by the meeting to take
charge of the matter in connection
with Mr. Allen. Two of these trustees
were Mr. J. -D. itennie, of the West-
mtnstfT Trust company, and Mr. E. C.
Traves, of Pat Bums & Co.
AN OPEN LETTER
TO CITY COUNCIL
Lady   Correspondent  Writes   Regard
Ing Women's Reading F.oom In
Carnegie   Library.
Tbe Dally News has received tha
fallowing letter, with a request that
it be published in these columns:
To the City Council���Gentlemen.
May I ask by whose authority the
women's public reading room of the
Carnegie Public Library is, and has
been all these past months, closed to
its purpose?
May I ask by whose authority,
wben the women enter that' room to
read they face bare, empty tables?
Not a tetter, not one word on those
tables to read! Nothing; big,, speechless silent tables staring them in the
face. ��� i vd8:|#U
Who authorized this literature of
the nothingness for the women of New
Westminster in place of the magazines and journals usually on such
tables? May I ask that all the
Christmas magazines and Journals of
January 1912. when they arrive, be
restored to their place on the tables
of tbe Ladles' Publlc reading-room?
A number of each of the newspapers
would be acceptable In the ladles'
room. The singles ones earning their
living cannot afford always to pur
chase thoiri. The large general reading room ts usually full of men, and
no chance for the women to get hold
of a paper.
A plain clothes detective could settle tbe emergency of the thief who
sometimes cuts out articles and takes
the whole book.
A CITIZEN.
Rector Is Better.
Vancouver, Dec. 6.���An encouraging report was received today from
Rev. H. G. Fynes-Cllnton, rector ot
St. James' church, Vancouver, who
has been seriously ill at St. Luke's
Home. Although still weak, his condition ls much Improved and he If
able to take an Interest in parish affairs. The report will'bei received
with pleasure by all old-timers on the
coast.
HE SOLD ONE HOTEL
TO  BUILD  ANOTHER
Further particulars of the new hotel
which Mr. A. Q. Peters ot the Premier
hotel is going to build, show that the
new house will have three stories
and an attic with 66 rooms, and not
two stories and 166 rooms as previously announced. The contract for'
tbe excavation and foundations has
been let to Messrs. Smith and Whitaker, and the work will be pushed
through as quickly as possible according to Mr. Peters' statement.
It was only a little time ago, that
Mr. Peters sold the Premier hotel
for f66,000, and It, ts now announced,
that he has paid $17,000 tor the site
of his new building.
the Hall of Records, which Is on   the
eighth floor.
Both men breakfasted well and
Joked with their Jailer. At half-past
nine the lock on the cuortroom door
was reinforced by a great bar of oak,
six Inches wide and extending clear
across the double doors. This was
taken down from time to time to admit persons who could show special
permission to enter the room.
James B. McNamara.
John D. Fredericks, dstiict attorney,
read the written concession of James
Hoyd McNamara, which ls the ��� full
name of the older of the prisoners.
Tbe reading waa received in silence.
The indictment of the prisoner for
the murder of Charles J. Haggerty, to
which McNamara pleaded guilty, was
then read, and tbe prisoner was asked
in the ordinary course if he had anything to say. "1 bave not," he said.
"Have you anything to say, prisoner?"
asked tbe lustiict attorney. This
irrelevance was rebuked by the attorney and the case proceeded.
"The defendant will arise," aaid
Judge Bordwell, who then commented
upon McNamaras declaration that he
did not intend to destroy life.
"The circumstances are against
you in malting the statement," he said
"A man who will place sixteen sticks
of dynamite in a place where -you, as
a printer, knew that gas was burning
in the building, and knew that many
men were toiling, must have been a
murderer at heart and undeserving at
clemency."
Eor reasons other than such a plea
of nom-intent, Judge Bordwell declared he would impose the penalty
of imprisonment for life.
John J. Sentenced.
John J. McNamara was taken next
and .to him the Llewelyn Iron Works
indictment was xead by the judge. He
! said be had nothing to say. District
' Attorney Fredericks,    however,    said
'that, as in the other case, the plea
j of guilty  merited  consideration  and
I pleaded that the defendant be given
"a few years of freedom at the end
of his life."    %
Judge Bordwell declared that the
strictures against James B. McNamara would also apply to John. Clemency, he declared, was not because of
merit as to Intent. He then imposed a sentence at fifteen years In
San Quentin penitentiary, one year
more than ted been predicted.
The Murder's Confession.
Junes B. MeNamara's brief confession, penned by his own hand and
bearing man yev-ldences of a man little skilled ln letters, waa made public today.   It bi as follows:
"I. Janes B. McNamara, defendant
in the case of thc People, (having heretofore pleaded guOty to Uie crime of
murder, desire to make this statement
of fact (and this Is the truth):
"On the night of September 30,1910,
at 6:46 p.m., I placed in Ink Alley, a
portion of the Times building, a suit
case containing sixteen sticks of 80
per cent dynamite, ant to explode at
1 o'ciock the next morning. It waa
the intention to Injure the building
and scare the owner, I did not Intend
to take tbe life of anyone. I sincerely regret that these unfortunate
men lost their lives. If the giving of
life would bring them back, I would
gladly give It. In fact, on pleading
guilty to murder in the first degree.
I have placed my life In the hands pf
the state.
"(Signed) JAMES B. McNAMAJU/'
* Tohn J. McNamara, who Is credited
with a much wider grasp ot affairs
than his brother, was. secretary of
International,    Association   ot
DISRUPTED CHINA
Chaos May Follow Collapse
of Government.
EMPIRE   IS  WAR-SCARRED
Poverty  and   Famine   Stalk Through
Provinces In   the   Track   of the
Contending Armies.
Shanghai, Dec. 5���China is waiting ter her strong man. Tbe hour is
approaching tke genius of the
awakening nation looks for the man.
Each day brings keener apprehension that the Empire is drifting into
a political chaos. The revolutionary
juntas here are now marking time
awaiting the arrival of Dr. Sun Yat
Sen, who Is expected at any time. It
is hoped that he may prove to be the
leader whom every one is seeking. If
he can line up the various revolutionary chiefB and unify the movement, a solution of China's troubles
may be hoped for. There are dissensions everywhere among the rebels,
especially at the Wu Chang and Nanking headquarters. The fall of Han
Yang last week proves to have been
due entirely to wholesale desertions
of rebel troops enrolled in the Hunan
province.
Some say that the soldiers were
bought by Yuen Shi Kal. but moat
persons attribute the desertions to
the old time jealousy between the people of Hunan and Hupeh.
The deseit'.ons would probably hive
been prevented had a strong leader
been in command.
Government Collapse Predicted.
The complete collapse of the Imperial government Is regarded here
as imminent and there is as yet nothing stable to take its place. The revolutionists thus far have been incap-
IMPROVING PRESS
TELEGRAPH SERVICE
TRANSCONTINENTAL
Great Britain Will Charge Half Present Rate on Messages to Canada,
Australia and U. 8.
London, Dec. 6.���An announcement
just made by Postmaster General
Samuel is of tbe flrst Importance as
affecting ordinary telegraphic service
between Great Britain and Canada,
and Great Britain and Australia. The
announcement ls to the effect that
press messages to Canada, tbe United
States and Australia, subject to deferment, will be accepted at half the
present rate. Ordinary messages
written in plain language will be
accepted at half price after the New
Year.
Night letter and v.eek-en.l messages
are also being arranged.
TURKEY LOOSENS
GRIP ON TRIPOLI
Borden  Government   Withdraws lune limit.
GRAND TRUNK CONSTRUGTIOH
Un~
Report from Rome by Way of London
Says Ottoman Government Will
Listen to Terms.
Tripoli, Dec. 5.���A force of twenty
thousand Italians attacked and occupied yesterday the Turkish military camp on the oasis of Aln-Zara,
after a severe battle in which, both
sides aie reported to have lost
heavily.
London, Dec. 6.���It is reported here
that Italy and Turkey are near a basis
for peace. Whether thiau- is due to
the recent Italian success at Tripoli
or to a mutual agreement can not be
Railway    Company    Practically
bound by Any OblloMIM *
ing Date of Completion.
Ottawa. Dec. 5.���The G. T. P. railway bills have been rushed through
the House and the Senate snd given
the royal assent.
They extend the charter and contract ot tbe railway company, by
which the prairie section of the railway ls to be completed by December
1. next year, and the mountain section
by December, 1914. The government,
however, takes the power to limit the
period for completion of the work of
construction by order In council.
Royal assent has also been given to*
the supply bill, thus completing all
appropriations for the Ourient year.
8AILORS SUCCUMB TO
SLEEPING SICKNESS
SL Nazalre, France, Dec. 5.���The
ship Antoinette has arrive 1 here wltb
her crew of twelve ln an advanced
stage of sleeping sickness. The disease broke out 100 days after tbe
Antoinette left Java. Three Bailors
died.
When the   vessel was boarded by
health officers it was-aaerrlble sight-
Most of the   men lay   In a semi'
stupor.   The ship   was ��� overrun   by
rats.
, -  , learned at present.   It is known that
ab.e of effecting any cohesion among   Italian agents at   Cardiff where   big
themselves  and  unless  Dr.  Sun   Yat' contracts were   let for coal for war-
Sen provea to be the man of the hour
they will be found to be far less efficient if called .upon to take the responsibility of a government. The cost
of the struggle thus far has been far
greater than is easily realized.
Apart from the losses of campaign
and battlefield lt hns plunged a ma-.
jority of the provinces Into poverty
and famine; It bas stopped all commerce and trade, crippled agriculture
and- industry, and diverted every
penny of the revenue from the purse
of peace.
ships, have been notified not to snip
It. A report from Rome tonight
says that Turkey is willing to sun en-
der Tripoli If certain guarantees are
made by Italy.
GERMANS REPLY TO
SIR EDWARD GREY
ST. BARNABA8 CHURCH
WOMEN'S   AUXILIARY
The Wpmen's Auxiliary of St. Barnabas Church will hold a Christmas
saie of useful and fancy articles this
afternoon in the parish hall.'l he doors
will be thrown open at 3 o'clock and
the bishop wlll perform the opening
ceremony. Everything has been done
to make the Sale a success, and it is
hoped that it will receive the support which the efforts of the organizing ladles deserve.
The following ls a Hat of tbe stalls
aad the ladies who wlll take cu&igu
of them: Plain stall���Mra. Andrews,
Mrs. Mosdell and Mrs. Klndiey.
Fancy stall���Mrs. George Wolfenden,
Mrs. V. H. C: Abbott and Mrs. C.
A. Schmidt. Pound table���Mrs. Jack
Allen and Miss Corbould. Handkerchief -stall���Mrs. Allen Grant and
Miss Fletcher. Candy stall���Mrs.
Percy Peel, Mrs. Oakley and Mrs.
Saunders. Flsh pond���The Misses
Muriel Oakley, Vivian Peele and Vera
Shan*. The tea rooms will be in
charge of.Mrs. G. E. Coibould. M;s.
H P. Latham, Mrs. Fehner and Mlss
Wright, while Mrs. Bartlett, M.s.
Tidy, Mre. Smlthers, Mrs. Blakely and
Mrs. Anderson will attend to the reception and financial part of the programme
Youthful  Shingler.
Sraest Williams, 10 years old, of
Janes road, South Vancouver, broke
hls leg by falling from tbe root of a
building under construction by hls
father. The boy was shingling the
root wben the support of the staging
on Which be was working-gave way.
He was brought to New Westminster
and had the broken limb set.
Edison Theatre.
The latest theatrical development
to be announced is tbe transformation
and enlargement of the Edison theatre. The management of that institution has acquired the bowling alleys, whicb lie below It facing on
Front street, and the building will be
deepened to that level, thns allowing
of a balcony wbere thn present seats
are situated. The Inside of the theatre will be tamed .round, the pictures
being shown at the opposite end to
that at which tbey are now seen, anl
it is calculated that when these
changes have been made 700 people
will find seating accommodation ln
ths theatre.
Graham for Seuth Renfrew.
Renfrew, Ont., Dec. B.���Hon. Geo,
Grahsmi ��Malnlster of railways, Is to.tbe     ._   	
be differed th* seat of South Bestrew, Bridge and Btruetntsl Ironworkers.
i by acclamation.' ��   For tht arrest add ces��lo*i��n *t tbs bt less tbaa fM.WO.
dynamiters ot thn TUms, rewards aggregating nearly I25.S00 were offered. Thn city, tha state, the county and a grant Ust of Individuals contributed to this sam. Sosae of tbn towards have boon withdrawn sad soma
are .said to ho ttt doubtful legality,
an tVat  tbc act** total t* estimated
AUSTRALIA WANTS
MCIPROCM
Commonwealth Government Will Not
Alter Its Tariff Against Canada,
Meantime.
Melbourne, Dec. 5.���All hope of
negotiating a reciprocity agreement
with Canada has been abandone.l for
the present by the Fisher ministry.
The new tariff schedule has been
Anally considered, and only a few
minor changes made, introduced by
the minister of state for trade and
customs, Hon. F. G. Tudor.
Pressure is being brought to bear
on the federal ministry, that it insist
that Australia control and have jurisdiction over the New Hebrides, and
subsequently other Islands comprising tbe Paciflc group.
Prime Minister Fisher ls of the opinion that the present system of the
���colonial ollice in London in regard
to administering tbe affairs of the
Islands, and its control of thera, ls
bad. He states that on Improvement
would be effected If the direction ot
affairs were under the control of one
permanent official in the colonial
office. In the event of anything serious happening in tbe crown colon?
adjacent to the Dominion, it might
make the colony a storm centre. At
any rate the question of Australia
taking oyer some ot the islands would
become very pressing in the near future. ,
Women School Trustees.
Curious how sages, and seers gazing
far afield, fall to see the near   anu
obvious.   The Vancouver News-Adver-
tiser, discussing the decision of   the
Vancouver     Local     Federation     cf
Women with regard to tbe election of
a woman to the board, of school trustees, points out that Toronto Ottawa,
St. John (N.B.), Monckton and Halifax
have women aa trustees. The nearest
city to Vancouver mentioned In   the
article Is Victoria.   Westminster ha��|<
a woman member of the board
school trustees, and Westmin.''
pleased     to   congratulate* Its
younger brother Vancouver In getting
Into Um. *
 ...,���,',,,   ,     .       if     ���        .
Matilc Man Missing.
There ts still no traco of Mr. John
B. Morrison, who has been missing
since lost Friday. Mr. Morrison, who
owns a big ranch at Hataick B. C,
home on thc lst Inst; and bis whereabouts nro st present a mystery. Intimation concerning tho disappear-'
ance was given to the pollce by Mr.
Garrett, of tho Arm of Livingstone ft
$5
Chancellor Acknowledges the British*
Foreign Secretary's Address on
Moroccan  Situation.
Berlin, Dec. 6.���Keeping their promise that tbey wojMutllHnE.>$r **r
ward Grey's recent speech on the*
Anglo-German situation, Chancellor
Bethmann von Holiwig spoke in the
diet today for these who have been
directing the foreign policy of the
kaiser.
The chancellor acknowledged that-
the last declarations of the British
ministers on the Moroccan situation,
were pacific and declared that no difference of views would bave beea
necessary if Britain had not mistrusted the German official declara-
tion of June 30. Tbe British government could have inquired of thc*
British ambassador in Berlin for
fuller information and Chancellor ot
the Exchequer Lloyd George's speec.i
need never have been made.
The Franco-British agreement of
1904 was concluded without any respect for German interests, contiaatol
the chancellor. It compelled Germany
to protect its commercial interests im
Morocco, even though she had to regard the Algeclras agreement. Ger
many was not responsible for tbe
strained relations with Britain laat
summer. She had to maintain her
empire's dignity. The completion at *
tbe Franco-German agreement provea
the peaceful intentions which, she held
all the time. Germany sincerely
wishes Britain's friendship, but tbe
present British mistrust must disappear and British politicians must
show themselves really amiable.
Continued development of Germany's imperial idea makes lt necessary tbat tbe fatherland must remain
strong. She need not have aggressive
Intentions, but she must remain tirm
and unified on all questions affecting .
her as a nation.
Plana Airship Fleet. '
London, Dec. 5.���A despatefr (hmt
Reriln to the London Standard anyn ���
that the Cerman war office ia eon-.-
sldering plans tor the building of b a
Sect of huge airships capable o*>'
carrying Urge quantities of explosive*.
and big craws ot lighting men*
The airships, It is stated. wUl becot'
tbe Zeppelin type, and wilt eacb have ���
a gas capacity of 3,600,000 cubic tbat,.
and *
a* bo capable of carrying 300 men.
SURVIVED MEAL, BUT
BILL FINISHED HIST
*****************>
.*; 8**' Francisco, Dec. i.���When contrasted with a bill of |7.50 for refreshments served to himself and two
frtSnds at a oafs yesterday Jaha
piganra (sli dead. Tbe three asm
jtad partaken of sandwiches and boor
Snd tho amount of tho check ram*
eg asnrprise to all three. Dtgusro
tod* one look at tho check and   ��s-
Itottowing tho autopsy, th*
Garrett, Vancouver, anl tbo' anxiety
on behalf of the missing maa Is very
grant
a i i     ���   ,���������
��-     No Clue to
announced   that death   wu due   to
heart tallwe.
.'" ���'��      . i.uaii i_
  ���.��� ,. Ocean City, Wn**--t**o.*' 5..
Vasoounir,\Dec. fc-TheirO Is et* Italian boand from South America fii
���1.101 IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNE8DAY, DECEMBER 6, 1911.
Wants
WANTED���BY    A    WOMAN    OF
ralddie age, position as housekeeper
-  to working man.  Apply J.  W. K.,
Dally News.
WANTED���SITUATION AT HOUSE-
work by young Scotch girl. Phono
LUS.
WANTED���GOOD    GENERAL    SER-
vant.   Apply 712 Twelfth street.
TO EXCHANGE���A LARGE LOT IN
Hastings Townsite for lumber of
nny kind. Box C. 60, Daily News
office.
*OR. EXCHANGE���A LARGE DOU-
ble corner in Hastings Townsite
for a lot or house in New Westminster.    Box  C60  News.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY
WARNING! .
All persons who wish to do any
blasting within the limits of the district of the Corporation of Burnaby.
must first apply to the engineer ot
the satd 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 the notice wlll be prosecuted.
By Order,
W. GRIFFITHS.
C. M. C.
Edmonds. Nov. 30, 1911.
resolutely refuse to compete with my
neighboring tradesmen either ln gas
or rhetoric, the patient subdivision
of my parcels passes little recognized
as an advantage by my uncalculating
publlc." The shop soon closed down
and the grocery trade lost the most
distinguished representative it ls ever
likely to possess.���London Chronicle.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY
NOTICE.
WANTED���I HAVE CLIENTS FOR
houses and vacant property ln Sapperton. Kindly send me your listings. Geo. E. Fleming, Room 6, 310
Columbia street.
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know that I am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
In thc city and will deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or district. Milk,
9 quarts for $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint. Phone your order to R 873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
boro, Lulu Island.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Apply J. S. McKinley, Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
���East.
The Statutory Meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners will be held
at the Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B.
C, on Wednesday tne loth day of December at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Varden No. 19, Sons ot Norway,
meet ln Eagles hall the flrst and
third Wednesdays of each month at
8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. KROGSETH,
President.
J. J. AUNE,
Financial Secretary.
TEACHER WANTED
For the primary department in the
city  public school.    Applicants must
fdve full  particulars as  to qualifications. E. C. DAVEY,
.Sec'y noard of School Trustees, New
Westminster.
TO RENT.
TO  RENT���TWO    NICELY    FURN-
ished rooms.   728 Royal avenue.
TO RENT���WHOLE OR PART OF
furnished house. Terms moderate.
Apply Box 80 Daily News office.
TO RENT���TWO ROOMS WITH
use of bath and basement. $8 per
month. Enquire 130ti Cariboo street.
��� TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS
and board. For terms apply
Premier hotel.
LIQUOR   LICEN8E   APPLICATIONS.
NOTICE ls 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
premises known as the Hotel Lytton,
situated on the corner of Lytton Square and Front street, opposite the Market, in the said City of
New Westminster.
McLEOD  &  CAMERON.
New Westminster, Nov, 30, 1911.
fCITY OF CHEAP FOOD.
Mayor of Indianapolis Sets a Pace
That's Hard to Follow. ���
It haa been said that tbe reason for tbe high cost of living is the
cost of living high; and that the consumers themselves are directly responsible for the sins of which they
have accused the middleman. Lt!ca
most epigrams, this remark does not
contain all the truth, for the house- j 	
wife who groans under what she considers the exactions of the grocer and Lst Bridal Couples Alone.
the butcher may npt be to blame for Recently ln Somerville, Mass., an
them; the responsibility may rest on attempt as a joke to kidnap a bride
other housewives of this or an earlier I result, d in several accidents of .i
generation, in this city or in some j serious nature. Often brides and
other. Formerly the housewife wouid bridegrooms are made the victims of
take her basket on her arm���as Hetty | practical jokes, some of them bar-
Green does today, ter instance���and baric and boisterous. Why do so
would sally forth to the market. I many wedding guests regard the oc-
There she would spend an hour, may-1 casion on which the marriage cere-
be, picking out the best and choicest, mony takes place as an opportunity
...      ���.. ..   __j  j-ii-i...; (or disorderly and unseemly conduct1'
These detract from the solemnity of
marriage, and whatever it may be it
is not a joke in any sense. When we
read of the vulgar and sometimes
ruffianly doings at wedding feasts
there Is no wonder that the thought
of divorce readily intrudes on the
minds of young married couples.���
Judge.
SHIN TROUBLES hROW WORSE
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster ter a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Liverpool
Arms. 662 Columbia street, in the
said City of New Westminster.
GEO. CAMERON & H. B. CHAFFEE.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
NOTICE is hereby given that I la
tend to apply at the next sitting ot
the Licensing Board for the City ot
New Westminster for a transfer and
renewal of license to Eell liquors by
retail on the premises known as the
Cosmopolitan Hotel, situate on Columbia street, opposite C. P. R. depot, in the said City of New Westminster. E. J. SLOPER.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
vegetables and meats, and declining
to pay a single cent more than the
minimum that the dealer would accept. She carried the goods away
herself, knew what she was getting,
and went home well satisfied with
her morning's work. This sort of
housewife is almost extinct. Thousands of women in this city and ln
other large centres do their purchasing over the telephone, or through
the medium of a maid servant.
The Modern Method.
They phone ter what they want at
the  last    moment,  Insist    upon  the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
choicest supplies, instantly delivered, I Eczema, Psoriasis, and other skin
and usually In small quantities. It ls. troubles are caused by myriads of
safe to say that there are few houses | germs at work in the skin. Unless
here, even in the fashionable | these germs are promptly destroyed
and well-to-do quarters, where you j they rapidly multiply, gnawing their
can go into the cellar and flnd a flne w��y deeP Into the sensitive tissue,
side of beef or a back of pork hang-1 Thls ls what causes that awful itch,
ing on a hook, ready to be cut Into and what seemed a mere rash mav
roasts or chops by the husband bs- erow worse and develop Into a loath-
fore he starts for work in the morn- forae and torturing skin disease with
ing. Those who have no telephone , "VT, ^ ****** ot misery,
and cannot use a neighbor's rarely I Dtmt take any chances! Destroy
carry their purchases home them- fthe *erm,B "'"l6 b?C nnlng ��f, thP
selves; the smallest parcels must be \LTIJy, J.^.^, ��*��** 5T
gent, and very often charged. Thus ���� ^fc Prescription
the housewives make it necessary for' We have ha(J 6xperlenc6 wlth
heir retailers to have telephones, de- man>, remedies for skin trouble but
livery services bookkeeping accounts hav��� neve,._nover 8een 8Uch re_
and a host of modern paraphernalia markable cures as those from D. D. D.
that was not considered essential in Prescription. Instant relief from the
tlie good old days when butter sold at very first application
a York shilling a pound, and when If you have skin trouble of any
the  customers  would  carry  bags_ of  kind, we certainlv advise vou to drop
NOTICE is hereby given that I in-
^^^^_^^^^^^_^^^^^^_^^^^__, tend to apply at the next sitting of
TO   LET-A   NICELY   FURNISHED  the  Licensing  Board   of  the  City  of
room,    suitable    for   one    or two New   Westminster  for  a  renewal  of
.gentlemen, near library.   703 Agnes license to sell liquors by retail on the
street, 'premises known as the Windsor Ho
tel, 732  Columbia  street, in the said
City of New Westminster.
P.   O.   BILODEAU.
IS/OR RENT���HOUSE CONTAINING
six rooms, one block from car line.
Rent $110 per month. Sherriff, Rose
St Co., 64S Columbia street.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, hot and cold water night
and day.   543 Front street.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���SIXTY ACRES, 25
acres cleared, more or less, good 6
roomed house, large barn, chicken
houses and run's, fruit trees, etc,
seven and a half miles from town.
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 liquor by retail on the
premises known as the Depot Hotel,
situated on corner of Columbia and
Eighth streets, in the said City of
New Westminster.
J. WISE.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
_ _ NOTICE is hereby given tbat I in-
facing on   Pacific " highway.   Price [fnd *�� ���W1* at th�� ne>l 8lt,in�� ��[
$12,000,    onethlrd    cash,    balance | l}e_ L!?,en_!ln?_ ?oarf r��r the clty ��f
��� spread over five years.
19 Dally News office.
Apply Box
FOR SALE OR RENT���A SIX ROOM
ed house with all modern convenl
ences.    Apply 214 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE���OWNER MUST HAVE
money, will sell five acres near Port
Mann for only $185 an acre.    Easy
���terms. Apply Fleming, 310 Columbia
i street, Sapperton.
New Westminster for a renewal ti
license to sell liquors by retail ot
the premises known as the Klngl
Hotel, situated on Columbia street, ii
the said City of New Westminster.
WILLIAM ORME.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
FOR SALE���MALLEABLE RANGES,
$1 down and II a week; no interest; four styles: old stoves taken in
exchange. Canada Malleable Range
Co.    Phone 996, Market Square.
FOR SALE���SIX OF THE CHEAP-
-est lots in the west end. on Eighth
savenue, having a southwest view
'facing the river    and    gulf.    Lots
35x110 and 11R. Verv liberal termi.
Phone L179, or call 1303 Eighth
.avenue.
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 reaewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Royal City
Hotel, situated corner of Customs
House Square and Columbia street, in
the said City of New Westminster.
E. FALCH.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
LOST.
IvOST���AN ELK TOOTH COFF LINK
Finder return to "Liverpool Arms''
and receive liberal reward.
J.OST ��� FOX TERRIER; PURE
white body, black head; answers to
name of Pat. Finder please notify
H. V. Ardagh, 509 Queens' avenue,
.and receive reward.
,C1TY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
	
' "Notice ls hereby given that tbe
Court of Revision on the City Voters'
List for the year 1912, will be held at
the City Hall, New Westminster,
' B. C, on the 11th. day of December,
at the hour of eleven o'clock in the
forenoon.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Dated  the   4th.  day of  December.
-1911.
NOTICE
The O. ED. S.. Royal City Chapter,
No. 7, will after this meet in the K.
<of P. Hall, corner of Eighth and Agnes streets, on the second and Fourth
^Monday of each month at 8 p.m.
.By order of
ANNIE F. GILLEY
NOTICE is hereby given that I Intend fo apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell riquors by retail on the
premises known as the Fraser Hotel,
Fit uated on thp corner of Begbie and
Front streets in the said City of New
Westminster.
ALFRED SWANSON.
Nw Westminster. Nov. 30, 1911.
NOTICE is hereby given that I I
loud to apply at the next sitting 4
ihe Licensing Board for the City at
New Westminster for ;i renewal of
license to sell liquors by rrtnll nn the
premises known as tTie Merchants'
Hotel, situate at the corner of Co|
lumbia and McNeely streets, in the
said  City of New Westminster.
D.   S.   BRAY.
New Westminster, Nov. 30, 1911.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
fhe Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Central
Hotel, situated on Columbia street,
between Alexander and Eighth
streets. In the said City of New Westminster.
JOS.  I,  FREEMAN.
New Westminster, Nov. 30. 1911.
Worthy Matron.     Curtis Block
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C.REID
LAND  REGISTRY  EXPERT
titles   Examined,'   Land Registry
Tangles Straightened out.
potatoes on their shoulders from Par
liament street over the Don.
Mayor Shank's Plan.
The most notable of contemporary
movements against the high price of
food necessaries is that inaugurated  y��u
by Mayor Shank, of Indianapolis, says  ���-���.
the Toronto  Mail  and   Empire.    Becoming  convinced  that   the  retailers
were charging unfair prices, and that
they  were    combining    to    keep up
prices, he boldly attacked    them   by
constituting himself a  market.      He
sent into the country and  bought a
number of carloads of potatoes from
the growers at 6!) cents a bushel, and
after paying iucidental charges, was
able to sell them at 75 cents.   At that
time    the  retailers    in   Indianapolis
were charging $1.60 a bushel. Wheu
Mayor Shank began to cut prices the
dealers   immediately   reduced   theirs
to a dollar a bushel, but raised them
again as soon as the mayor's supply
was exhausted.   Then his Worship invaded tbe fruit market, and similarly : ts:J
cut  prices  while  hts  supplies  lasted,   yii
On   Saturday   ho   helped   seventy-five  fOj
���' *���   '" ��� -   "  "'       <g>
in and investigate the merits of D. D
D. or why not drop a line to the D.
D. D. Laboratories, Dept. N. N., 49
Colborne St., Toronto.
We know that D.  D.  D.  will help
F. J. MacKenzie. Columbia St.
The Gift    1
Problem
Solved
people to get their Thanksgiving tur-
keys at 18 cents a pound.    He also ����;
sold  300  dressed  chickens  and    500 ftW
pounds  of  country   butter  at  prices *ffi           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
considerably  below  those  charged  in ['JJ     Cut  Glass,  Leather  Goods
the  stores  of Indianapolis.    He de- ��nf    ,nj Novelties.
dares  that he  will ��o on  with  the ��&
fight until the retailers abandon their f��?J        A copy of it will be mailed
rlnff ���**
Don't worry ahout what
to   (ive   mt   the   Christmas
seasun - imr catalogue has
rniile satisfactory jilt chousing a pleasant task.
Hundreds cf especially
suitable gift articles are to
be found ia it, oi Diamonds,
Jewelry, Silverware, China,
ring.	
Better and Cheaper Food.
The people of the city appear te
he very strongly in favor of the
Mayor's crusade, and never let him
keep his stock long on hand. Probably they have figured out by. thia
time why the experiment was a success. The Mayor has taught them to
go to' tbe market again. He does not
deliver the goods. He has tbe supplies delivered at the market, and the
people have to come for them. He
Alls no telephone orders, charges
nothing, has no bookkeeping expenses, no high rent to pay, and the
newspapers, much to the disgust of
the dealers,, no doubt, have given
him all the free advertising he requires. There can be no dissatisfied
customers,   because   everyone    buys
free upon request.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Canidi's Largest Jnrclrf Ho**.
Jas. Ryrie, Pres.
Harry Ryrie, Ssc.-Treas.
134.136-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steam Roller.
--.��� ������_ , The Corporation invites tenders for
witn his or h��r own eyes open. More- a steam road roller. A compound,
over, the suppti�� are perfectly fresh with high and low pressure cylinders,
wnen they aimive on the market aud weight 10 or 12 tons, scarifier at-
are sold within a few hours; so; that tuchment essential. Full speclfica-
tne people are not getting cheaper tions and further particulars to he ob-
tood as a result of the Shank plan, tained from J. W. B. Blackman, City
but better ��o<xL , Engineer.
cooperation  the  Secret. |     Tenders   will   be  received   by   the
rne Point to be observed is that It   undersigned on 18th December,_191L
is  not  the Mayor  who is  fixing tho
low price, but the people themselves. I
They are co-operating with him. Tta'v |
are  spending  the  time  necessary  t i
f.o to the market and make their sel-:
rctloriB.    They are paying cash, und |
tliey   are   educating     themselves   to I
make lntelllg��ot purchases.    Even  if j
there were no combine in Indlunupo-
lis the ordinary retailer, with whom
the buyers will not co-operale, aa tliey
have done wtth the Mayor, could not I
sell so cheaply.   It may be that whe.t
Cify  Hal
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
December Sth, 1911.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
The Reeve and Council will be in
attendance to receive the ratepayers
of the municipality at the opening
of the new Municipal Hall on Tuesday, December 12th Inst., at 8 o'clock
p.m.   The opening ceremony  will be
the novelty of the thing wears off ! followed by a conversation and a
the buyers will fall back on the telephone or the maid servant again the
old charge account and the Insistence
on Immediate delivery in small
daintily parcelled quantities. Then
the prices: will go up again, and th?
people will begin to realize that in
this world we have to pay for everything, even for our economies.
City Box 482
Ruskin as a Grocer.
Ruskin was once a grocer. In
1874 he opened a shop ln Paddlngtoti
street, Notting Hill, in order, as he
announced, "to supply the poor with
pure tea. in packets as small as they
choose to buy, without making a profit on the sub-division, large orders
bring, of course, equally acceptable
from anybody who cares to promote
honest dealing." The shop did not
attract.
Ruskin complained In 'Fors Clavi-
gera" that "the poor only like to buy
their tea where It ls brilliantly lighted and eloquently ticketed, and as I
dance In the old hall.
All ratepayers welcome.
WM. GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
IN  THE  SUPREME  COURT  OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN THE MATTER of the  "Winding
up Act," and
IN THE MATTER of Pitt Lake Brick
& Cement Company, Limited.
Notice ls hereby given that the
Honorable Mr. Justice Murphv has
fixed Saturday, the 9th day of December, 1911, at 10:30 o'clock In the
forenoon, at his Chambers ln the
Court House, New Westminster, B.C..
as the time and place for the appointment of an official liquidator of the
above named company.
Dated this 25th day of November.
1911.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar.
The Hand
That Cooks
The Dinner
is thc hand that rules the world.
In tpite cf what they say about
"cradles", the slave is the all-important factor in "home-rule."   A
Chancellor
is the best guarantee that the "hand" will Lctp your home movin* in the
right direction of economy and health.
Please call and see our line of GURNEY-OXFORD STOVES and
RANGES that are built and sold on honor. The Chancellor and ImDerial
Oxford Pr? WltoCd with the Oxford Econcmixer. Come and let us
show you how this marvellous device saves time ami fuel by a single touch
of the lever; how it holds fire, and directs odors up tha chimney.
The Dividing Oven Strip guides heat equally all over the oven���a
fine baking insurance The Reversible Grate saves time and fuel-waste
These, with other star features make us proud to show the Gurney-Oxford
line. Design���finish���workmanship���al I these details
we want to demonstrate to your entire satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
theirwprks shdffye
know them"
Btgin
On the merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manu-
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i.
 I good time keepers and \	
consequently comfortable watches to carry.
Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free ol
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GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeep after germs
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FAMTHRM 1
SPANISH PRINCESS
FLAUNTS ALFONSO
Infanta Eulalle, Aunt of King of Spain,
Resents His Interfering With
Personal Liberty.
Paris, Dec. 5.���The aunt of King Alfonso of Spain, ls the latest to give
expression to the spirit of emancipated womanhood. The Temps prints
the particulars of a right royal row
between King Alfonso and his aunt,
Infanta Eulalle, a princess with bold
unconventional views. Tbe Infanta,
who resides ln Paris, received the
following telegram today from King
Alfonso, dated from tbe palace at
Madrid:   ���
"I am astonished to learn from the
paiers tbat you have published a
book under the name of Countess
Avlla. I suppose tbls will cause a
great sensation. I order you to suspend publication until I have taken
cognizance of the contents and given
my permission to publish."
To this telegram Eulalle replied:
"1 am greatly astonished that, mv
hook should be Judged without being
read. It Ib a thing that could happen
only In Spain. Never having a liking for the court there, from which
I always beld myself aloof, I takj
this opportunity to send . you advice.
For after this proceeding, which is
worthy of the inquisition. I consider
myself, so far as my private life Is
concerned, free to act as I deem flt."
In communicating the telegrams to
the Temps, the Infanta declared defiantly that the treatment of her son,
who had shown great patriotic devotion without the slightest recognition.
In tbe flghting in Morocco, was the
hist Btraw. She had given orders for
the sale of all her estates in Spain,
she said and would hencefortu live
In the greatest privacy.
"I shall be much happier," said tho
Princess, "for I can keep my personality."
The book is an independent moral
treatise and bears the title "The
Thread of Life." The preface Is
signed "Eulalle, Infanta of Spain."
lt is regarded as probable tuat Kins
Alfonso wfll Immediately cut off the
Infanta from her civil list allowance.
As she ls a princes3 of Spain in her
own name, lt would require a special
act of the Cortes to deprive her of
her title.
are new and entirely different from ordinary preparations. They accomplish
their purpose without disturbing the rest of the system, and are therslors the
Ideal laxative for the nursing mother, as they do not affect the child.
Compounded, like all NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemists.   If
unsatisfactory we'll gladly return your money.
25c a boa.   If your druggist has not y*A stocked them, send 25c. and we
will mall them. 24
Natiaaal Draa a
SOUTH    AFRICA'S    FROBLEM.
Daddy *sBedtim<
The Japan*** Admlrsl
Witching tb* Enemy
The Greatest Man
Of Little Japan
I
SUPPOSE yoa bar* all been wondering what kind of a story I am going
to tell yon tonight." aald daddy.
"Tell na a true story tonight, daddy," aald Evelyn.
"Tell na a atory about a little boy tbat grew np to be somebody Una,"
added Jack.
"Well, let me think.   By tbe way, you remember bearing about the Japanese gentleman. Admiral Togo. Wbo baa been visiting In tbls country 7"
"Course wa da   Togo licked Russia wben they bad a big war."
"Yes, be did.   And every one thought at tbe Ume tbat poor little Japan
wouldn't bave a chance and that great big Russia could just thrash tt to
Black  Labor  Is the  Menace There-
White   Population   Falling   Off.       !
This is the year of disappointing
census returns. South Africa is not
only disappointed ut the statistics produced by her census takers���she ih
alaimed. In England, too, the South
African tiRiirps have been much discussed, and no one seems able to derive much satisfaction from them, no
matter how ingeniously he calculates. '
for these figures show that the white
race Ib not Increasing ln South Africa
as rapidly as the blacks. As one
writer says, it is not a question
whether Boer or Briton is to rule
South Africa, it is a question whether
I oth are not to he ruled by the black.
Certainly the blacks are increasing,
nnd a survey of conditions inspires
the belief that they will still moro
mildly increase in the future, since
their chances are constantly improv-
tng through the growth of civilized
ideas in the matter of hygiene. The
case of the white man is not hopeless, however, for the supremacy of
the race can be ensured by a radical
alteration of the labor laws. That ls
to say, If the white race Is to la-
crease, the white men must work as
they work in Canada. They must realize, that there ls no work too rough
ior a white man ta undertake. This,
at least, ls the view put forward by
seveial authorities, and'its reasonableness has not been challenged. I.
The Blacks Gain.
The latest South African census ,
shows that ln the Cape Province the
white population has decreased by
nearly 17,000 in seven years, a percentage decrease of 6.28, while the native population has Increased by
nearly 55,000. In 1004 the white population of the tape formed 24.0G per
cent of the total populatk<i, but today it forms only 22.75 per cent. Comparing the census returns of l'JOl
with those of 1911, lt Ib shown that
throughout United South Africa tha
w.rTle population increased by only
161,000, while the black population
Increased by 621,000. In the Union
today there are only 51.000 male
whites more tnan there were ln 1901,
but there are 336,000 more males ln
the native and colored population.
Wben tt Is remembered that the Cape
Province was settled more than two
centuries ago, and that the figures do
nut relate to Basutoland, Bechuanu-
land or Rhodesia, which ara overwhelmingly black in population, it
Will be seen that the situation Ib OBe
deserving of serious attention on the
part ot tbe South African government.
Great Possibilities Unrealized.
Even a Canadian wlll admit that
South Africa is one ot the greatest
countries in the world. If Germany
had it, and was certain of being able
to retain lt; she would be willing,
probably, to disband ber navy. The
wealth of the country ln minerals and
precious, stones served for a time to
distract atentlon from lta possibilities as a farming, stock-raising and
manufacturing country, but for some
years past these advantages of South
Africa have been generally realised.
The race that is seeking to colonize
South Africa Is the same race that
colonized Canada and the United
States and Australia. The great difference is that white settlers of this
continent hewed out the civilization
for themselves, the whites ln South
Africa are endeavoring to have the
blacks do tbe work for them. Black
labor is cheap labor and It Is Inefficient labor. Th��~poHey~*f introducing Chinese to the Rand was Justified
"Instead of that wben tbe time came for tbem to start tbe wa( Admiral
Togo, wbo bad the fleet of warships at Port Arthur, near China, licked tbe big
Russian flee/ In just thirty-seven minutes. The Russians bad bigger snd better
ships, bnt you see tbe Japanese had Admiral Togo, wbo is one of tbe finest
sea fighters tbe world has ever seen.
"I suppose yon would Uke to know how Togo learned to fight Well, his
family, Including bis father, his grandfather and hla great-grandfather and
away back for hundred of years, bad been fighters. They belonged to s soldier family tn which every boy knew that when he grew np be wonld be a
soldier. When little Heihachlro Togo, who was the third boy of tbe family,
waa bora, his mother took him out to the altar in tbe garden where every
Japanese family says its prayers and, laying tbe baby on the altar, prayed that
be might become a good boy and a brave soldier.
"As aoon as be could toddle Togo began to learn soldiering, and when he
was old enough be was sent te England to study fighting at a famous school.
Be spent three years there. Every one liked the young Japanese lad. Be was
always polite and obliging and bia teachers were pleased with the way ln which
he pegged Into bis books. Be never wonld give np the hardest lesson and be
���ever minded if lessons were bard. Wben be went back to Japan he was
ssade an officer on one of tbe Japanese ships.
"Ui Japan's wnr with China he did brave fighting and served his country
well. Then, when war between Japan and her great strong enemy, Russia,
teemed certain, the emperor said that Togo must be made admiral or commander of the Japanese fleet When the news came that be hart fought with
the Russians and whipped them completely, Japan went wild with Joy. Today,
���eat to tbe emperor, he is tbe most beloved man in Japan, for every Japanese
feelieves that Togo's victory at Port Arthur saved tbeir country from Russia."
on the ground tbat a spply of black
labor could not be counted on. Thc
black wants the woik until ne is a
few dollars ahead, and then he wishes
to retire to the interior and g<t .1
wife or two to labor for him for the
rest of his davs.
Black vs. White Labor.
This fact was recognized by thu
flrst Dutch governor of the Cape of
Good Hope, and he then proposed the
introduction of Chinese labor. Now
that the Chinese have been sent away
the cry again goes up for black labor
or for yellow labor from India. As t
writer in the London Mall savs,
"What would happen in Iw.ncasbire If
the mill owners brought in a tew
hundred thousand Chinese or I.ind us
to work the looms?" This, however,
has been South Africa s policy lot
years as regards labor. Color is
the most desirable qualification for
lhe laborer. It Is claimed by the
employers of labor ln South Africa
that white labor .is too expensive.
Yet the population lives chiefly on
the foodstuffs produced by expensive
white labor thousands of miles away.
If white labor is expensive, it is at
least efficent, honest and Intelligent,
its supply can be counted on. In
England there are enough men living on the verge of abject poverty to
do all the work that ls done in South
Africa or that WIH be done there the
next twenty years.
What Africa Needs.
In tbe Southern States, when there
was an abundance of cheap black
labor, the country made no such pra
gress as it made after ihe war had
made the black labor more expensive, or as it has been making In the
past flve years ln which white labor
has been more largely used. At present the Pass Law, the Workmen's
Compensation Act, and the very system of taxation in South Africa set
a premium on black labor. It is recommended that this effort to discriminate against the white should be
abandoned, and that a vigorous policy of white immigration should be
adopted. Otherwise the industries of
the country will pass wholly into the
hands of the blacks, their numerical
preponderance will increase and in
the end South Africa wlll be classed
with Trinidad and Jamaica Instead of
with Canada and Australia.
.., ,    Mountain Ash Choir.
"We have heard today the flneit
voices ln the world." This was the
verdict of Dr. Turpln, the great English composer, after hearing the
Mountain Ash Choir tn one of their
popular concerts in London. "I have
heard tbe best choirs in the.world,
Belgian, German, French and Italian,
but thn work of the Mountain Ash
Male Chorus eclipses them alt." declared his Royal Highness, the Land
grave of Hesse. Recently they appeared In Rome. N. Y., and the Sentinel speaks of them as follows. "The
ensemble work of the chorus is grand.
There is a perfect harmony and
unison, a wealth of power and expression, while one of tlie most appreciated reatures of their slnglhg Is ibe
excellent enunciation which charac-
tesjlzes .{heir every selection..' It
mattered not whether lt was the
grand swell of victorious song or the
tender passage of alullaby, the words
were rendered plainly and distinctly.
Add to their other qualities is great
dramatic ability, which In a number
of instances was most wonderfully
displayed."
The chorus wiil appear in St. Patrick's hall this evening. Tickets may
still be obtained at MacKenzie's Drug
Store.
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1911.
INp.JJST.FHAL   EXPANSION.
It is   unlikely that   any  exception
will be taken to the decision arrived
at by fhe City Council at the weekly
meeting <*..4fc��4��y evening, with regard to the teasing of certain lands
on ��nlir��4qn�� belonging to the city.
The'appflftiftoA for lease  had  been
���considered V ^e Flnance Committee,
and the terms on which the Council
finally;; itlflftd that the leases shall
bo granted were substantially  those
recommended by the Committee. Two
aroeiiametinr were made.     The flrst
makes, rlje relets subject to revision
and    aaijistmefat     decennially;    the
other njaK^s^be leases non-transfera-
Kip . I i*i **]
Nobody,..these, days, overlooks   the
importance of Industries as a factor
in th*"ftW��WlaM communities.      In
aome communities the advisability of
toonusing Industries is sometimes dls-
cussed ,'My} Members ln any com-
mmiity 4rt rflow  to   recognize  that,
within   reasonable   limits,   Industries
should be encouraged and that their
promoters should  on  no account  be
��o burdened with financial conditions
that tliey will ba driven to seek some
other   community   where   such   burdens are not imposed.   It is apparent
that  communities   may  sacrifice  too
much In order to attract Industries,
or they/may load Industries with restrictions that make their profitable
operation    Impossible.      The    continents of Europe and   North America
are dotted with small industrial towns
in Wf��fir:'ffi��'<i)bunds   of  expansion
have been" set  and  the  possibilities
of   growth   carefully   controlled,   by
one or��two powerful concerns, which
as a iirillinlfil-}' to starting business,
acquired ownership of all the desirable lands and natural resources available in the.neighborhood.    In Western .Canada Ine Q. P. ll. is frequently
poititetrfa'Wrfn outstanding Instance
ot a great agent  ot civilization and
industry for which a price was pafd '
in land tba'vWwj.ol which has multt- j
plied many times over.    It is a fact
that too much may be paid by a community or Ity a nation for its industries. m,���! -
But facts do not Btand alone or unrelated. The money which an individual or a firm Invests in an industry is a commodity, like the labor
and
ljifyhicii the artisan employs
In turning out the product of industry, folfthfeillttes are bought and
sold. The capitalist or the labore.'
each disposes to the best advantage
of the nSmtnbdlty which he has to offer. The id Ah, or the company, with
the mortey riecessary to plant an industry seeks tbe place where the advantages ****ft*A -are most numerous
and the disadvantages fewest.
New Westminster has many advan-
<tages to offe^Moreover, she is a city
with a past. During the passing
years she has developed a sense of
perspective, that is sometimes lacking in? nefyer,-. communities. Who
shall say ^hth* her industrial progress will stop?'
CANADA   FOR   HORSES.
ford Sifton, Jr., of Ottawa, are also
exhibitor*, and-so are Major Strau-
benzle, Capt. Walker Bell and several
veil known military men. Other
Canadian exhibitors are Hume Blake,
Crow and Murray. N. W. Clare, of
Preston; Senator Betth Colin Campbell, of Montreal, and In fact most, of
of the Canadian horsemen who usually win the lion's share of the honors
at the Toronto and Montreal horse
shows. From ponies to military
chargers, pretty nearly every sort of
horse bred In this country for which
there ls a classification, Canada ls j
well represented, and in the great
majority of cases by animals breed
in Ontario. Miss Wllks, ot Gait, will
show her trotters and roadsters, but
we can hardly credit the New Voik :
newspaper report that says Mlss;
Wllks will diive her own horses in
the ring, although Mlss Preece, one {
of the most daring of British cros i- '-
country riders, will put the famous
Dunn horses through their paces.
A Daring Woman Rider.
Miss Preece It will be recalled by
those Interested in horse shows, Is
the lady who rode the notorious Merriman at the great Islington show last
summer, and for her performance
was called to the Royal box by Queeu
Mary and complimented on her courage In riding an animal whose temper ls dangerous, and which had leaped the barrier and killed a spectator
only the day previous. The Dunn
horses are expected to be nard nuts
to crack, since they Include a couple
of champions at last year's Olympia
show. Another noted British stud
that will send entries is that of William Foster, of the Mel Valley Stqci; I
Farm, of Moseley. Mr. Foster bred
the four-in-hand* team that Alfred (J.
Vanderbilt paid $15,000 for. This
four was supposed to be the best ever
bred, yet Mr. Foster was able to put
down another four at Olympia the j
year following the sale to Mr. Vander-
i bilt good neotigh to beat the Ameri-
: can millionaire's outfit. After the
show be sold the new team for $11!,-
| 000. lt will be interesting to see lf |
1 Mr. Foster is able to show a still bet-
. ter four this year.
Military Competitions.
Most interest will centre in the military competitions, and chiefly in the I
officers'  Jumping   contests,   for   the j
i winner of the championship in these
classes is considered to be tbe hero '
' of the   show.      It   is   the   military I
classes that the international rivalry
1 is strongest, and it is in them   that j
��� American pride is most likely to be
humbled.   On the occasion of the first
international  show  in   London  three;
or four years ago the British officers,'
to the astnishment   of the   patriotic
spectators,   were   simply   outclassed,
nearly all  the prizes going to Italy,
France and Holland.    The late King
Edward, it  is said  was   greatly  Impressed by the showing of the foreign
officers, and Interested himself in the
| effort to improve the class   of horse
I used by the English cavalryman.   Al-
| though a breed of horse is not   im-
' proved  in  a year,  nor in  flve yeas,
the. English officers did better at the
next show, but they are still behind
the Continental standard. Stil! further
behind  are  the  Americans,  and  the
international horse shows have served
a   useful   purpose   iu   demonstrating
this inferiority, and in spurring both
British   and   American   officers    forward. ,
The  High School  Horw.
The chief reason for our inferiority j
is that  the  horses  are  trained by  a
different  system   on  the   Continent.'
They are products of what is called
the "high school" method, by whicn
every horse is trained, not only as a
racer is trained, but as a gymnast is
conditioned.    They   are   bitted,   suppled mannered and muscled, taught to
go  forward  backward,  or  to   either I
side by  a pressure   of the knee, to |
stan.l  on  their hind  legs, or to   lie
down. In response to a signal.      To
perfect a horse in.these arts and paces
requires  years  of   attention, in   the
European   armies   the   time   b   not
grudged, but tbe British officer is inclined to regard a horse simply as a I
means of getting from place to place,'
and while a British rider is able to
stick on bis horse as well as anyone,'
he  would  think  the  time  wasted  In
teaching his horse  what   the Continental officers demand.    However, in
the last year or two there has been
a  marked   improvement   in  this   respect, and the present, show is likely
to reveal   a   further   advance   along
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each man conscious that, ln his person ls some portion of the national
flag, some Intimate, Integral part of
the great national existence. . . .
These hardships, If they are hardships in the real sense, have wrought
an infinite physical good to the nation."
A Living Patriotism.
The second book is entitled "France
the chief of Staff, for higher studies
bearing on the operation of an army
and a group of armies. Excellent as
their cavalry undoubtedly Is���and a
German said It was the best in the
world; smart, earnest and efficient
as their officers are, It woild seem,
however, that the tendency of their
training, arms and equipment is to
lean more to the "Arme blanche"
than modern military requirement!
appear to demand.
Victorious  ln  Tomorrow's   War,"  by
CoU   Arthur   Boucher.      The   writer I would
presumes  that  in  a  war  with   Ger-'
many her allies, England and Russia,' VICTORIA-VANCOUVER
Italian Cavalry the Best Mounted in
the World.
Were it not for   thc Turko Italian
war, the horse show recently held in
Madison   Square  Garden.   New   York,
might claim to be thoroughly representative of all that is best in   the
horsemanship of Europe and the United States,    it happens, however, that
the Italatau cavalry is about the best
mounted In the world;  its horses are
the best  trained, aud it is capable of
giving   demonstrations   that   perhaps
no other cavalry ean equal.    On this
occasion the Italian' cavalry is otherwise   insagcd,,, and   the    New    York
show is robbed of one of its chief attractions.    '-Apart   from   this   feature,
the last horse Show in the old Madi-
. son  Garden,, wfll  be  remembered   as
the nios't "brilliant of the many simi-
i lar events in its history.   From England   and  Ireland,   France   and   Get-1
many, Holland and Austria and Can-'
ada competitors  have  sent the  best
their respective countries afford, and
'the honor of winning any of the blue
i ribbons will be one of the   greatest
��� over carrfed off,, in an American show
.ring.    Ifls'satisfactory to note that
Canada,     in     the    events   decided,
has been well -forward, and that tho
show promises to maintain the present high reputation thiB country enjoys    as   tne    home    of    high-class
.horses. |
Canadian Exhibitors.
Hon. Adath Beck is one of the New
York judges, and is also, with Mrs.
Beck, a large exhibitor. With gratification we note that "Lt.-Col." H. C.
Cox, of Toronto, has been promoted
to military rank, and is showing a
string of ' saddlers and carrins-e
borsts.   Lt. W. B. Sifton and Lt. Clif-
PATRIOTISM    IN    FRANCE
Man in the Street Looks on the Army
As National Spirit Embodied.
The recent strained relations between France and Germany have
stirred up people to literary as well
as political activity and two books
liave received some notice. One is by
Mr. Charles Dawharn, a clever Kngiish Journalist who has lived some
years in I'aris. llis title is, "Franco
and the French." To illustrate their
splendid spirit of patriotism he refers
to the military system and says:
"We must recognize, even if we ba
Pacifists���conscious to the full of the
horrors and absurdities of war���
that the military regime has done
this much good to France, that it has
brought home to tlie people the wondrous lesson which we may call "la
charge de la communante."
The Lesson of the Regiment.
"Whenever the man in the street
sees the regiment go by he must recognize it as the embodiment of the
national spirit, the symbol of self-
sacrifice, calling upon him, if need
be, to leave his fireside and his personal affairs to defend the national
soil. He realizes the value of such a
lesson to people given up.as modern
communities are, to an engrossing
commwcilallsm, to an all-absorbing
interest in the accumulation of the
"bien etre" (almighty dollar). He realizes that he is part of a great defensive army which is bound to risk
its life and give its physical and
mental best to the protection oi'lhe
country against the invader. These
things bave an inestimable influence
upon the formaticn of the national
character. They replace Jingoism hv
a tractical jntriotism, anl they :nal:o
would be flghting alongside of France,
while Austria would be operating
with Germany. After a careful review of all the available forces, and
a closely reasoned tactical appreciation, the author is persuaded that in
the event of a conflict between the
two countries France has little to
fear. There is no doubt about the
patriotism of this energetic peopie.
One of the leading Paris papers���
sold more on the street than any
other���La Patrie, has "Organe de la
Defense Nationale" printed below its
name. The spirit of the people is
well exhibited in a recent article in
Je Sals Tout, the well-known magazine, on j "The Qerman , Army,;; ln
which the writer���likening the airmy
of France to an express engine, and
that of Germany to a steam roller���
says; "If bad drivers misunderstood
the signals, Ignored the points, nnd
wrecked lt in the catastrophles of
Sedan and of Metz, our engine ls nut
anew on its wheels, repaired, reinforced, more active and more alert
than ever, always under high pressure. You well know, don't you dear
reader, that our engine, so light an 1
so full of nerve power, is of the kind
that if she does not crush, she
smashes tht ough! Without fear, she
can cross the path' of the German
'roller.' "
Her Military System.
Every young man in France has to
serve for two years, those physically
unfit being Incorporated in the Auxiliary Services. Then for eleven years
they are in the reserve of the active
army, with two periods of instruction
of 23 and 17 days. Then in the territorial army for six years with one
period of nine days, and finally in
the reserve of the territorial army
for six years with one mobilization.
The peace footing of the home army
is 30,000 officers and 630,000 men, and
of colonial troops, 4130 officers and
(10,000 men (of whom 24,000 are
French). The war strength is anywhere from 3.000,000 to 4,000,000.
Military education is very thorough
and extensive. Private schools have
special courses and can Issue certil
cates of suitability for military service, which aid promotion. Then
there are. hesides, various courses,
schools of gymnastics and fencing, of
musketry for infantry, the Normal
School of Musketry, the Cavalry
School at Saumur, the Artillery and
Engineer Scliool, the Superior War
School,  and   finally  a  Center,  under
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the Board of Trade has been notified
that the express rate between Victoria and Vancouver has been restored to 75 cents per hundred pounds
at which it stood prior to September
1. On that date it was raised to $1.50
per hundred pounds, but the Hoard of
Trade took the matter up with tho
Railway Commission, which ordered
the reduction.
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The Worlds Greatest Singers
THE FAMOUS
Mountain Ash Choir
of  Wales,  Great  Britain.
ST. PATRICK'S HALL
Wednesday, Dec. 6th
Tickets now on Sale at MacKenzie's Drug Store, corner of 6th and Columbia streets.    Prices $1.00, $1.50
Homes pop Sale
RICHMOND STREET���Fourth house from new school. Eight rooms,
pantry, bathroom, electric light, water, lot cleared and fenced, eight
bearing fruit trees, chicken house and run. Price $2760, $650 cash,
balance one and two years at 7 per cent.
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interest.
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620 Cslumbla St.   Phone 307. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SPORTS
PATRICK ORGANIZES
LOCAL HOCKEY TEAM
On Thursday or Friday night, at
latest, tbe names of the hockey players wbo will represent New Westminster, Van couver and Victoria in the
���,,���������. m��
THE ELEPHANT SEAL
the season of  1811, the curtain   of,
which  rang down on  Thursday,  the
American Thanksgiving Day.    To go 	
through a whole season with but one Litt,�� Known Marina Animal Nearing
defeat chalked  up agalnat  tbem.  is Extinction,
the  record  which  the Carlisle  men, The expedition recently eent eat by
under the able coaching of Glen War- the American Museum of Natural His-
I ner   may   well   be  proud  of.    Syra- tory and the New fork Zoological so-
cuse ls the only college team which ciety t�� Lower California nnder the
Uv!.a.KPermit^ lT".t .��.f "*. V\TlY   ���"���"*�� <" Dr. Charles H. Town-
over  the  redskins,  but  lt  should  be   -.���,! h,_ hma��� .������-__,���, ,_ M���,���^���.
I mentioned here, that Warner was i?, ��.���" *%��l��!!!?,uMn c"p,urin��
new'league will be know���;" Mr7p�� I holdln* **��) ��< ��ls best men tog}, j"*��,g��P�� ��* e'e{*an*
rick  will  be over from Victoria    on I """"ve 'or a more important struggle   q^'S^,/^"^"; ��"!  ����
th'e  following  week,  and,  therefoie, I " ^ lslsnd. says tbe Scientific
did not place his full team on tbe | American. These specimens, tbe flrst
fleld. The annual encounters against | eTer captured alWe. were sent from
Harvard und Yalf, topnotchers in! ,San Diego. Cal.. and arrived at tbe
athletics In the U. S��, have hitherto New York aquarium In excellent condi-
resulted In favor of these two crack 'tlon after tbeir six day trip. For trans-
teams, but this season they had to ad- j .Donation tbey were crated separately
mlt to a defeat from tbe "Injuns." i and shipped by express without food
Carlisle University located at Car- ' or water en route.
The subscription rats is 60 cents
per year, but reader* of this paper
can have It at three years for $1.00,
and sample will be sent free on application to Canadian Poultry Review,
184 Adelaide Street West, Toronto,
Ont.
I   PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money lf
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind,   Bleeding   or
Protruding Piles in 6 to114 days. 50c.
.one of those dayB and Mr. Luce, sec
retary-treasurcr of the local organization, will go over to take part In thel
final conference to be held at the Hotel Vancouver with the object of distributing tbe players among the three '
cities in tbe League. j
Mr. Luce could not say beforehand,'
who It will be, that will play for New \
Westminster. "This, however. I can
promise," he said, "we shall have a
real, good strong team. Two of the
best men in Canada will almost cer-1
talnly be playing for New Westmln
tter."
lisle Pennsylvania Is run by the gov-,    Although not more tban nine months
ZF^W&&8��U&r2&.   ��"����; m ���"����. weight of these anl-
mals  Is  about 200  pounds and  ths
all parts of the United States. Tbeir
coach, Olen Warner, <s considered
amongst Eastern crucs the most
crafty Individual that ever had
charge of a college eleven. Rival t
coaches are continually trying to
fathom   his   signal   system,   but   Just
A city  league game has been    arranged for next Saturday when East,
liurnaby will play the 104th regiment   when  they thlnk themselves reward-
on Moody square at 3 o'clock in tho ed ,n thelr ��"��rt��. he springs a new
afternoon.
one.
The  forward   pass,  which sprang
Into prominence three years ago, is
to   the Indian
WILL FIGHT NO WOR8E
AFTER OPERATION
Lust night the executive of the
senior amateurs was busy selecting especially adapted
the men to play next Saturday in 8ty,e ot P1*}^
the semi-final of the Iroquois cup. Six-'
teen names were picked, from which
the final team will be chosen. These
were Messrs. Sampher, McAllister,
Paterson, Craig, Ferguson, T. Smith,
Chlel, Petrle, Seggie, Speedie, Cayd-
zien, Alsbury, Kirby, Collier, McLaren
and King. The exact line-up will be
made known at a later date. The
game will be played against the V. A.
C. on the Cambie -street grounds,
Vancouver. The car leaves here at
1 p.m., and kick-off ls timed for 2:30.
The team Is going over prepared to
length four and one-half to flre feet.
Tbe adult males reach a length ot
more than twenty feet. Tbe species
which is distributed among tbe small
islands of ibe southern und Lower
California coast is now verging toward
extinction, and very little Is known of
Its life history or habits. Ths common
name of the species is derived from
the fsct tbat tbe male possesses a pro-
truslle snout or proboscis. In tbe
young males now at tbe aquarium thla
is only slightly developed.
GIANT MELONS OF ASIA.
Los Angeles, Dec. 5.���At the Clara | 	
liarton    hospital ls stated    tl��at    Ad i Grow te ths Site ef Fleur Barrels In
Wolgast was doing flne.    Aside from j the Tigris Valley.
the gas pains which are present In
every case of appendicitis he suffers
no pain whatever.
"In Wolgast's case," said one ofthe
surgeons, "the pains are considerably
less than in the ordinary run of cases.
He is doing as well as any one could
win, and a good game should result.' possibly expect und there are no in-
Every    New  Westminster    man that   dications of a setback."
turns up to cheer the team will have      Dr. Pollard said tbat in his opinion
his shaie In the victory.
News of ths Hockey World.
Having made a name for them-
s^lrvs in lacrosse local sporting enthusiasts may well feel proud of tbe
decision of the Patrick Bros, to have
New Westminster represented on the
hockey map. The immense new rink
on Georgia street, Vancouver, is rapidly nearing completion and ln a few
days the water will he turned on. Tho
ruld which the Patricks have mad'}
on Eastern hockey teams has caused
about as big a sensation as did Con
Jones, when by offering fabulous salaries to members of the leading lacrosse aggregations in Eastern Canada, he was enabled to annex the
famous Minto Cup from the local
club. With three teams in the Coast
Hockey League, viz.: New Westminster, Vancouver and Victoria, there is
���every prospect of having the best In
this line of sport. The nucleus for
the respective teams Is about mado
up. and with two exceptions the players sre on the ground ready to commence training. It is understood that
the schedule arranged for the "Big
Three" calls for ten games in the
Vancouver rink. Plans are maturing
for an Eastern trip late in the season, the winner of the B. C. League
challenging the Ottawa team, present
holders of the Stanley Cup. The recent decision of the N. A. H. to limit
the teams to six men Instead of seven
has caused a halt in the work
cf the Coast players as it was decided
to stick to the Old rule of seven
men on a team, but lt Is thought that
they will fall in line with the new
order, thus doing away with the position of rover. Speaking of the proposed cup hunt. Eastern critics say it
will make the most exciting series
since the time Rat Portage Journeyed
towards the rising sun for a crack at
the historic medal. With Con Jones
holding the Minto Cup, the V. A. C.
keeping tab on the Mann trophy, and
the Vancouver Beavers winners of
the Paciflc Coast League baseball
pennant, all It needs now is the Stanley Cup.
All the Thomson cups, representing
the High School championships of
the province in heckey, basketball and
Woigast would be able to flght again'
"as good, lf not better than ever."
"We found," continued the surgeon,
"that the muscles of Wolgast's stomach were in such flne condition that
it was not necessary to cut them, as
is nearly always the case in these
operations. We simply separated them
and did not cut any. For this reason
Wolgast will be as strong, lf not
stronger than ever after he recovers
from the effects of the operation."
Mountain Ash Choir.
One of the finest things about the
Mountain Ash Choir ls their varied
programme. They sing the songs of
all nations, the folk songs, the songs
written by the great masters, waltzes
by the great Strauss, and songs that
describe some happening. Perhaps
in all their varied repertory there ls
not a song that either has not at some
Period of the world appealed to millions of people the world over, or else
contains words of poetic beauty. When
it is un lerstood that the enunciation
of this body of men is like the enunciation of one man, a good and perfect elocutionist at that, the cause
for their phenomenal success at the
White House in Washington, before
some celebrated English musical
Judge, or the Langrave of Hesse, Germany, becomes apparent. The trou-
; ble that is found with most male
j choirs, a poor and worn out collection of songs, Is not the trouble with
this organization. Having toured Europe and the United States it can be
pretty well understood lh advance that
the conductor, Mr. T. Glyndwr Richards, has had a wide view of the field
of son and tplenty of opportunity to
select the very best In the way of
programme material from tne many
nations of Europe and all the United
States.
Both the wster and musk melon of
Dlarbeklr are tbe largest I bsve ever
seen, reports Consul Masterson, at
Kharpnt, Aslstlc Turkey. Watermelons
grow ln Dlarbeklr each as large.aa a
flour barrel and muskmelons but little
smaller, only tbe musk melon ls rounder, like s pumpkin.
These melons are raised In tbe bed
of tbe Tigris, as after tbe spring rains
are over and the snows hove all melted from the mountains tbe river
shrinks to comparative Insignificance,
and large tracts of tbe bottom Innd
are thus exposed. This land ls plowed,
and ln each hill where lbe seeds are
planted a quantity of pigeon manure
Is mixed ln wltb tbe earth. Tbere are
people In Dlarbeklr engaged in breeding pigeons for no otber purpose thsn
to sell tbe manure to tbe melon growers.
As tbe melons nre growing over tbe
moist soil of wbat was a river for sli
months of tbe year, no irrigation Is
necessary, and, though it seldom rains
during tbe snmmer. tbe melon vines
never dry np. Tbe meat of thew water and musk melons ts. however.
very coarse and not nearly ns sweet
as the melons pf smaller varieties
grown lo otber cAstricts of tbls country.
^Additional Locals
Surveyors are reported to be pushing ahead with the work of laying out
Port Mann, but things in general are
very quiet across the river.    Track-
Rugby, remain ln Vancouver for the  ,    ���    -,     .,,, _ ���, M������_, , ,,,,
next   year.      The   Vancouver   High i**��*J* ^IffJMi&wSS'ijS
School wound up Saturday afternoon   ���� and further machinery for expe
the annua, conation with VlctaA,*��!��,^��" ^.^^r^^r.
by getting a scoreless draw in the
Rugby game. As Vancouver held the
cup for the previous year it retained
it, and that gave all the trophies to
the city, the Vancouver girls having
earlier ln the day disposed Of their
Victoria rivals at hockey. The Rugby game was played in a dense fog,
which made good play out of the
���question.
struction. No stumping and clearing
ls sand to bs going on at tbe present
moment, and no defnite time for the
recommencement of operations has
been fixed.
���
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BOWLING.
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Money in Poultry. -
The editor of the Canadian Poultry
Review, the people's popular poultry
paper, tells us that this paper has
been greatly enlarged and is filled
with all that pertains to poultry, both
from a practical and a fancy standpoint. ,
Prof. A. G. Gilbert, Manager Dominion Government Poultry Farm, Ottawa, ts still in charge of the Practical
Poultry Department. Rev. J. N. Williams, one of England's most noted
experts, writes interestingly each
month on poultry doings in the Old
Land. Mr. H. S. Babcock, Provi
dence, R. I., is another prominent
writer and breeder on this paper's
regular staff, and there are dozens of
others. Each phase of poultry breeding, poultry exhibiting, etc., is fully
covered and the pages of the Review
are replete with half-tone reproductions from life, of famous birds, plans
of up-to-date houses, utensils, etc.
ln the house league last night on
tho local alleys the Dinkelspellers
captured two games out of three from
tbe Nabobs. Joe Foster, of the
Nabobs, had high score with 203, and
Monteith high average, 179. The
score:
Dinkelspellers.
1       2
3   Ttl.
Ave.
Walsh   ..
..187    156
175���518-
-173
Watson  .
.   ..126   180
158���403
134
Halgler  .
.   ..146   169
178���493
164
O'Connor
..   .140   147,
157���444
148
698   692
668 1858
Nabobs.
1       2
3   Ttl.
Ave.
Monteith
..   .185   186
165���636
179
Foster   ..
.   ..158   203
146���607
169
Fisher  ..
...135   131
143���409
136
King ...
....117    130
133���380
127
595    G60
687 1832
Scorer-
-Vic. Bray.
Foul line Judge���T. Mills.
Indians Shins In Football.
That the redskins are the equal of
the white men ln the American football game has been demonstrated' by
the wonderful success which tbe Carlisle   Indians   have   achieved   during
Victor Hetherington, who died the
other day from an electric shock incurred at Coglan substation, ���*�����* hurled yesterday afternoon at 2:30 p.m
The funeral service took place1 in
Center and Ilanna's chapel, several
of the B. C. E. R. employees being
present. The body was Interred at
the Oddfellows' cemetery.
The tercentenary   of   the   author
lzed version of tbe English Bible will
be celebrated at the annual meeting oi
the New Westminster branch of the
B. C. Auxiliary Canadian Bible Society
to be held this evening at 8 p. m.  la
the Queen's avenue Methodist church
Mr. D. 8. Curtis will take the chair,
while the programme Is being ca: riei)
out.   The -opening exercises wlll  h>
conducted by Rev. A. F. Baker, B. A.
and Rev. C. W. Brown, B. D., wlll de
liver an address on "'The history of
the English translation of the Bible
before 1611''   Rev. W. H. Vance, M.
A, principal of Latimer College, Vancouver, wlll take as the subject of his
remarks. "The authorized version of
the English Bible,"whlle it will fall to
the lot of tie*. J. Knox Wright, B. D.,
district secretary, to speak oh "Tho
British and Foreign  Bible Society."
"The New Westminster Branch" will
supply matter for Rev. J. S. Henderson's discourse, and Rev. Canon d'Easum will move a resolution ln appreciation of the authorized version with
Rev. M. G, Melvln acting ae seconder.    An  offering : will  be  taken  towards the end of the proceedings, and
officers  will  be  elected  before  the
adjournment, whloh wlll be accompanied b ya doxology and benediction.
QUICK REUff FROM HUT
PERSISTENT, HACKING COUGH
We meap the kind of cough it gives
one a cold shiver just to hear���the dry,
deep-seated hack���hack���hack���t hat
seems as if it were tearing the very
vitals. That's the kind of cough that
means business.
Fortunately, though, thst is also one
of the kinds of cough for which Na-Dru-
Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice and
Chlorodyne was first prescribed, and
which it has been relieving with great
promptness and regularity ever since.
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aud Chlorodyne is absolutely free from
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even for children. It is pleasant to take,
and acts quickly, relieving the irritation,
loosening the phlegm, promoting expectoration, and so stopping the cough.
Thousands declare it to be the best cough
3yrup they have ever tried.
Your Druggist will gkullv recommend
it, and will supply you with either a 25c.
or 50c. bottle. The National Drug &
Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.   116
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are again on sale by P. Burns & Co., Limited. Try
a quart and be assured they are the best you have
ever had.
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FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
I have just received a shipment of
English
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Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER POR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially larg-e stock of Laths, Shingles and
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feet long, with a heavy fringe on one end. ���   - ,
Prices raogettp to $5.50.
Special per pair $3.90
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��"L, DAILY NEWS.
T^
f
Humor and
Philosophy
Blr \**Jftc**f "��� SftlT-iS
*,.   THE MAGIC WORD.
If j-oo would hurry to success
Without the shadow of a sums.
Tour honeyed path serenely choose
A winter where the others lose
And be Ihe leader In the game
With honor, riches, power and rams
Here Is the key and secret straight:
concentrate.
Wh*n SOO af* listed for 11 <����*
Don't forty thousand questions asa
Andfool'.roundBnhour��r��o
'MB
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1911.
'    LIFE OF THE SUN.
Old Sel'e Heat Will Warm the Earth
For Millions ef Yssrs.
The reason why tbe suu retains its
heat ln spite of the quantity tbat lt
gives out ls explained by the fact thr
heat ts generated by the fall of       ���*
tides toward its center.   The f
of the sun diminishes onntr
meters, a little more tbs
llonth part of its totr
According to es'
TRAPPI
.��G   EAGLES.
parameter
.oly by 150
js tbe ten-mil-
^mates mode. SO.OOO
The Chin
.ss Gst Thsm With s Bsitsd
!   p. Net and a Decoy Bird.
'. ./ery year, at-voidlng lo uu old custom, ln tbe second quarter of tbe Sep-
| 'tember or October moou. tbe Injiabit-
j ants of tbe Chinese province of Sbuu-
| tuug go to Mougollu to bunt tbe eagles
which abound In tbat region. Tbe
j huntsmen march In troops along tbe
j roads, carrying ou tbeir shoulders long
( poles from wbicb are suspended tbeir
years will pass   oefore the mtiK ra(jlns j bnggage and provisions aud on wbicb
diminishes n t0  produce an ej. i are perched tame eagles to be used us
feet ar
AUU  lOOl muu..  -
Before you atrlKe a single blow.
Qo at It'Js a��busy bee
Without another IhlnR '.o see
And. worklrtg early,  working 1st*.
Concentrate,
.*t
X
j* toon't let your mind go on s chase
!Jj Through all the mystic realms of apaee
7 Go skipping lightly here and thers
And In and out and everywhere
Except upon the work at hand
The problema that before you stand.
|    To keep Ihe taak and record straight
Concentrate.
The helter skelter rattl* brain
Observes his labors SU In vain.
The man whose mind Is focused stron|
Vpon h's lank cannot go wrong
Uniting brain and noul and heart.
He wins before the others start.
He knows the secret or the great
Concentrate.
She Didn't Understand,
you    understand    men.
Miai
"Do
Flirt?"
"Hear me. no."
"Are we all a mystery to you?"
"Indeed, yes.    You ln particular an
a mystery to me."
"Really.   That flatters me."
"I knew It would."
Sfi��*r-��if0
Ths Conflagration.
"What ls tht
way to set aboul
lt to burn mon
ey?"
"Tbe flrst tbln|
necessary ls tht
money."
"Ves."
"And tben
matcb."
"Yes."
"That is
only lt is conven
lent and comfort
ing to send a bur
ry up call for tb<
ambulance Jusi
before starting."
tht
all
Her  Scornful   Attitude.
"Isn't .laue cleverV"
"Why?"
"Sbe bas been pointing tbe flnger oi
scorn at us."
"For what?" j
"To emphasize Hie tnct tbnt she bai
a new diamond ring on ber finger."
Right, Oh!
"When   does  u   woman   marry   th��
wrong man?"
���'1 don't know.   When be is poor?"
"Not on your life."
"W lieu 7" ,--'
"When be Is rich."       ' " .
enough to produce an ef-
vriecinble by the most delicate
, .omenta, always supposing that
'^e astronomical instruments ot tbe
future will be similar to tbe instruments of tbe present. By like calculations It Is estimated tbat tbe sun will
send beat to tbe earth between sis
millions and eight millions ot years
longer.
Radium, which emits heat spontaneously and without cessation. Is present
In tbe sun. One gram of radium frees
enough beat ln one hour to raise a
grain of water from tbe temperature
of ice to tbe temperature of boiling
water. Hence tbe presence of tbls element assists ln tbe preservation of tbe
sun's heat The spectroscope reveals
great quantities of helium ln tbe sun.
quantities great in proportion to tbe
sun's other elements. The presence of
helium is due to tbe disaggregation of
radium. Two grams of radium per ton
of the sun's elements would be enough
for tbe entire regeneration of all tbe
beat lost by tbe sun.���Harper's
Weekly.
,   SUNFLOWERS.
Their Pith Makes Fins Interlining For
Battleship Armor.
Tbe most remarkable use to wbicb
tbe sunilower bas beeu put Is In tbe
construction of battleships. Tbe stalk
of tbe plant Is very pithy, nnd eveu
wben compressed Into blocks tbls pltb
is capable of absorbing a tremendous
quantity of water. These blocks. In
which tbe pith retains some of its flexibility, bave been employed wltb much
success ln tbe solution of the vexed
problem of the lining of a battleship's
sides. They sre placed, between two
walls of steel, and tbe substance is so
resllieut that lt completely closes up
the bole made by a projectile, keeping
out tbe water for a long time.
Another little known use of tbe sunflower ls ln tbe manufacture of clears.
Tbere Is not a part of the plant tbat Is
without commercial value. Tbe seed,
which is raised by hundreds of millions
of pounds every year In Russia, makes
a palatable edible oil. wltb a residue
of seed cake for cattle, or lt may be
fed iu the kernel to poultry. Tbe blossoms furnish bouey lirst and tben an
excellent yellow dye. As for the stalks.
tbe Chinese are clever enough to get a
sort of silky fiber from them, and they
decoys.
The hunters make use of a large net.
spread open on tbe grouud and baited
wltb small dried fishes, in tbe midst
"of which is placed a tume eagle. Tbe
decoy naturally begins to devour tbe
bait and thus invites its wild cousins
to follow Its example. When tbe birds
bnve alighted aud are feedlug the
hunter, from bis biding place two or
three hundred yards distant, quickly
closes tbe net by means of cords, and
thus captures the eagles.
Eagle hunting Is very lucrative. Tbe
feathers are used fn tbe manufacture
of fans and are sold ut a high price
even In Chinu. Tbere are three sorts���
Kicpel. hlack with white centers; Che-
ma. white spotted wltb black; Tout-
sing, half white and half black. Several eagles contribute to the making
of a fan. for only u small part of the
plumage can be utilized; hence these
fans are very costly.
ANIMAL  EVOLUTION.
Changes In ths Partridges of the Canary  Islands.
A remarkable example of tbe effects
of environment and changed conditions of life upon tbe forms of animals Is furnished by a species of partridge living In the Canary islands.
Over 400 years ago the Spaniards introduced tbe red legged partridge from
Europe Into these Islands, and tbe bird
hns continued to flourish there; but, as
recent examination proves, it bas undergone modifications clearly brougbt
about by the conditions under which
it lives.
its back hns turned from russet
color to gray. This looks like protective coloration, since tbe bird passes
its life among gray volcanic rocks.
its beak has become one-fourth
longer nud thicker tban tbat of its
ancestors and of Its European relatives, nnd its legs also bave Increased
in length nnd grown stouter.
These changes ure exactly such as
we're needed to suit It to tbe life that
It is now compelled to lead amid tbe
rocks und on tbe mountain sides of
the Islands, where u more rigorous
physical development is required than
was needed In Its former home.���Harper's Weekly.
Mighty Queer.
The negro on occasions  displays
are also good for fuel and for tbe pro    fine  d]scrimiaatlc>n   ln   the  choice  of
ductlon of potash. In N'ew England
It Is believed that tho sunflower "keep*
away malaria." lt is also believed thnt
the blossoms follow the sun ln its dally
course, but that ls not true.
in
Hard to Find. "\
"That was a queer mutch."
"1  think so.     Wby  did sbe  marry
blm anyway?"
"Just for fun, she said"
"What Is she doiug now?"
"Lookiug for tbe joke."        ...
His Opinion.
"Wbat do you think of Brown?"
"Wbat do you tneau?"
"Just wbat 1 say,. Whnt-ls yout
opinion?"
"I think- be is a sinful waste of material."
Indolent. .v.
"Jones has a lot of trouble." �� '
"About what?" ff"~
"Keeping himself at work,*'     ���
PERT  PARAGRAPHS.
P.ralns are certainly needful, bul
some people make s tew go a good
way.
He long suffering, lt ls spectaculai
and effective.
Respiration when changed to aspiration and then by bard labor transmute
ed to perspiratiou bas been known u
bring results.
It is hard to lose yonr reputation���11
lt is sufficiently undesirable.
Married men have troubles of theli
own uud occasionally some that they
don't own.
It Is bard for a man to forget a
favor��� when he is tbe conferrer tbere
of.
Any man wbo would Jilt a girl de
serves to enjoy wbat be subsequently
gets.
Some men look exactly as lf tbey
bought on tbe dollar down and dollai
a week plan.
A graft in need bas saved many a
man from going to work.
Success, is a thing that doesn't havs
to tell bow it came by the goods.
>    It Isn't so hard to flnd what we Ilkd
nn It Is to like,it after we have found
it :������ ''':���'..' t
Don't Worry about today. It will sooa
b�� cone and ti��nbrrdw Will be able te
Wlthely turn laio today and. Will hntrf
away to y��tt��4*rslgi WU Wlerttjjt
When ths Immortals Nodded.
The French papers have made much
ot a slip by M. Emilie l'aguet ln his
oration before the academy. Tbc
academician rendered to Caesar more
than was Caesar's, for he gave tbe
"fighter and writer" credit for a line
whicb belongs to Cato. But it seems
the Immortals nre not Immune from
lapsus linguae. General Langlois got
mixed up with Talestro and Solferiuo
Eveu Scribe and Mollere refer to the
revocation of the edict of Nantes,
which took place In 1GS5, twelve years
after Moliere's death. But perhaps a
more glaring Instance ls that of Mon
tesquln. who. In bis "Esprit des Lois/]
volumn 1. chapter xxl. Ti, writes. "I
bave many times deplored tbe blindness
of the council of Francis 1.. who rebuff
ed Christopher Columbus when he propounded bis scheme for India." But
Francis I. ascended the throne in 1515,
nine years after the date of the deatli
of Columbus.���Loudon Globe.
words says tbe National Monthly
"Who's   the   best   whltewasher
town?" Inquired the new resident.
"Ale nail am a bond n'tlst with a
whitewash brush, snh." answered the
colored patriarch eloquently.
"Well, tell him to come and whitewash my chicken house tomorrow."
Uncle Jacob shook bis head dubiously.
"Ab don't believe, sah, Ab'd engage
Ale Ilnll to whitewash a chicken
bouse, sah."
"Why. didn't you say he was a good
whltewasher?"
"Yes. sab. n powe'ful good wl.ite-
wnsber. sah. but mighty queer ubout u
chicken house, sah; mighty queer."
What Gold Beaters Can Oo.
Cold beaters by hammering can re
duce gold leaves so thin that 282,000
must be laid upon eu''h other to produce the thickness of an inch, yet each
leaf ls so perfect and free from holes
that one of them  laid upon any stir-
Tennyson's Bird Sounds.
Terhnps the best word for the cry of
tbe cricket Ls that of Tennyson. "Not
a cricket chlrr'd." be writes ln "In Me-
moriam." But Tennyson was always
curiously exact ln bis vocal rendering
of the songs of birds. What could be
truer to sound than "the moan ot
doves in Immemorial elms?" Then,
too, the linnet, tbe robin and the
thrush "pipe." the woodpecker "laughs"
1 nnd "mocks," the lark and the plover
I "whistle." the Jay "serltehes." the parrot "screams." the peacock "squalls."
I the blackbird "wnrbles," while thi*
ocean fowl "shriek" and tbe eugi"
"yelps."���London Graphic.
High Finsncs.
"What mukes hlm   look so solemn?
face, as in gilding, gives tlie appear-    Qe K,.,s hl��� mwWa 8nlnrv tomorrow."
ance of solid gold.    They are so thin       -That's Just the trouble.    Ills  wif-
tbat If formed Into a book 1.500 would
only occupy the space of a single leaf
of common paper, and an octavo volume of nr. Inch thick would have as
many pages aa tbe books of a well
stocked library of l.KiO volumes wltb
"00 pages In each.
The Wrong Market
Mrs. Newly wed���Have you any nice
slumps this morning? Butcher-
Slumps? What are they? Mrs. New-
lywed���Indeed. 1 don't know, but my
husband ls always talking about a
slump ln the market, and 1 thought I
'should like to try some.���Philadelphia
Record.
Plenty.
Wife���But we-we shall not be?ln
our married life with a secret Bhall
we, dearest?
"No, darling." he murmured; "there's
plenty of time."
Jgtjf"
Worse Luek.
Fatigued Philip-Did the lady t'row
bollln'   water  on youse?    Wandering
Walter���Worse'n   dat   Phil,   worse'n
dat   It was soapsuds.���Toledo Blade.
nnd bis mother-In Inw allow him BH
cents a week out of It and he's trylrtv
to make up his mind to strike for a
dollar!"���Atlanta Constitution.
Balked,
"Tou got a raise In pay. didn't you?"
"Tea. but it didn't do me any good."
"Why notr
"I talk In my sleep, and my wife
found out about it"���Toledo Blade.
Pretty Steady.
"That Jones boy who used to work
for yon wants to hire out to me. 1*
he steady?"
"Bteady? If he was any steadier
he'd be motionless."���Judge.
Great Britain's Great Seal.
Measuring six Inches In diameter and
made of silver, the great seal of Great
Britain la kept ln the custody of the
lord high chancellor, and a naw one
ls prepared for each reign.
Actions.
Every man's actions form a center
of influence upon others, nnd every
deed, however trivial, has some welgbt
in determining tbe future destiny of
the world.
Rules.
Weary���It's a poor rule thst doesn't
work both ways.   WiUl��-U*wanI   Its ����r Mrt��T contains tbe name of no
a poor rule to .work at alL-Tola4�� ����� "D**11 remembering whe led a life
Blad* ._         ��� IT *i ewfc-Booacrslt
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Merchants
who advertise their goods in The
Daily News need not worry about
the possibility of having OVERSTOCKED any line/ of goods.
Purchasers
who intend to make gifts to their
friends or themselves should select
immediately, while displays are so
complete, and by reading what
various merchants have to say in
The Daily News they will find
many suggestions that will save
them needless worry in selecting.
Anything from a Greeting Card
to a Parcel of Real  Estate.    .    .
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
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The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COCOA
and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada. Made by .a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
The New Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of thc
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Mills at J000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
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siox WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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rtOT tWTWn
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
I. O. O. F.. AMITY LODOB NO. 27.���
The regular meetings ot thla lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
overy Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend,    a. J. Purvis, N.Q.; W.
C. Coatham, Pi G. recording secretary;  R. Purly, financial secretary
STENOGRAPHY   4   TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 416. Rear of Major an<*
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
FISH   AND GAME.
AYLINQ & SWAIN, FISH, FHUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
neit to Bank of MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-st-
Iaw, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie Btreets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ft
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver at
Bees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
2. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
>OARD OF TRADE���NEW WfcBl
minster Board of Trade meets ln th*
board room. City Hall, ae follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
���quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday ot February, May, August
.and November, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New member* nay bs
proposed nad elected at any month
ly or quarterly meetioa. c. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
STRANGE LAKE BAIKAL
Varied and Peculiar Animal Life Found
In Its Waters.
Tbe riddle of Uke Baikal. In central Aaja. is similar to thst ot Lake
Tanganyika, ln central Africa, ln
both cases, says tbe Japan Advertiser.
s large body of fresh water remote
from the ocean contains organisms apparently marine. Both lakes, again,
contain a very large number of species
not found elsewhere. Lake Baikal
contains numerous salmon and seals
as well as.three species of herring. It
also contains a few mollnsca of apparently marine forms.
One of tbe most remarkable features
of tbe Iske perhaps ls thst, although It
Is frozen over for about flve months in
tbe year, tbe animal life is extremely
abundant and varied. Tbls may be
partly accounted for perhaps by tbe existence of hot springs.
One of tbe latest attempts to answer
the riddle of Lake Baikal Is that of the
Russian Investigator M. Berg. Of the
thirty-three species of flsb found ln tbe
Iske be finds that fourteen are peculiar
to It, while nineteen bave a wide distribution in Siberia and Europe. Many
of tbeae peculiar species sre without
near relations anywhere. Of the molluscs 00 per cent are peculiar.
M. Berg does not think tbe facts demand the hypothesis tbat tbe lake was
once marine. He believes that lt has
always been fresh and tbnt tbe fauna
peculiar to It bas had a twofold origin.
A part bas originated In tbe lake Itself during tbe long ages of its exist-,
ence. snd the rest ls a portion of tbe
prehistoric fresh water fauna of Siberia, which It bas preserved.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
8ERVICE
(Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
BIKOlH-United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .11:15
12:00- Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
'daily except Sunday).20:30
7:40-VI toria via B. C. E.  R.
.daily exoept Sunday) .11:45
.12:00���Victoria  via  B. C. E.  R.
tdally except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via Q. N. R.
(dally except Sunday!. .9.46
15:15���United Statea via G. Nf R'.
(dally except 8undai)..l��:00
11:40���All points east   and   Europe    (dally)     8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe UfcU'y)    13:16
10:18���SappertiML,' and Fraser
Mills     (dally     except
Sunday)     ..'. 8:30
10:00���Sapperton arl Fraser
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)      14:06
10:18���McKay. Coquitlam   (dally
exoept Sunday)    8:30
12:00���Central Park and Edmonds    (daily    exeept
Sunday)       1.11.16
1400���East Burnaby   (dally   M-
Sunday) 18:10
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)   18:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
10:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham   Island, Bun
Villa  1��:30
10:00���Annlevillle (dally   except
Sunday)   13:30
10:00��� Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13:30
10:60���Vancouver,   Plper'a   Siding    via    G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.   N.  R.   (dally  ex-
(dally except Sunday).14:00
11:30���Clayton (Tueaday. Thursday.   Friday   and   Sat-
day       14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday) 14:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake  idaily ex-
cei��t Snndsv  16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,   I
Matsqui,     Huntingdon,
etc.   (dally except Bunday)  23:00
16:15���Crescent, White Rock aad
Blaine    (dally    except
'      Sunday) 9:46
16:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
ami Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:46
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt.
I��bmaa, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale.Lang-
ley Psairie, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. c. E. R. (dally
except Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Mondav
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily excepl. Sunday).17:80
(daily except Sunday).20:30
��� 11:20���Abbotsford   via   B.C.E.R.
(daily except Sunday). 17:80
J 15: B0���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sundiy). 17:iO
ANTEDATES   BABYLON.
Arizona Relies Indicate a Very An-
'cisnt Civilization.
Still another "oldest city In the
world" bas been discovered. Wben T.
Hewitt Myring found vases ln Peru ln
ruins whicb were said to be 7.000 years
old it was imagined that the remains
of early civilizations bnd been pushed
as far Into antiquity as they would
ever go. But A. Lnfave, a mining engineer, has found the relics of a town
lu an Arizona tableland near Phoenix,
whicb be Insists are ut least 10,000
years old. Tbe buildings are on a level stretch of country wbere neither silt
nor wnsb was possible and yet tbe
ruins were covered with ten feet of
prairie dust which the dlsroverer
claims required ages to accumulate.
The buildings or sandstone show
great architectural skill and ln lbe
walls were found a box of cotton bolls
and n sealed Jar of coru. both well
preserved. Tbe Arizona climate does
not permit tbe growth of cotton In the
present age. .so Mr. Lafave assumes
that sufficient time must have elapsed
since tbe cotton which he found was
grown to hsve wrought a complete
change In tbe character of tbe country.
This period be also gauges ss something like 10.000 years.
He Is satisfied that the ruins are older than those of Nineveh or Babylon.
He believes that tbe race whicb built
this town was possessed of a blgb
civilization from tbe abundance of artistically wrought pottery and tbat It
subsequently was broken np by internal dlssentlons snd possibly degenerated Into the cliff dwelling people.���Chicago Tribune.
NOVEL GRAVEL WASHERS.
Loam Eliminattd by Means ef Perforated Wheelbarrows.
Perforated wheelbarrows were utilized to wash tbe gravel used in con-,
crete construction at Bangor. Me..
says Popular Mechanics. Tbe gravel contained a certain amount of
loam, which It was considered neces-
TURNED THE BATTLE.
WASHING LOAM FROM GBAVSL.
sary to remove. Ordinary wheelbarrows were practlcslly converted into
sieves by punching holes lu tbe sides
and bottoms, and a water pine was
counected up between the storage
piles and tbe concrete mixer.
Each wheelbnrrow of grovel was
wheeled under the spray betid and
streams of water discharged upon it.
tbe wster aud loam rwslms out
through tbe holes, leaving the clean
gravel to lie wheeled to the mixer. A
spude was used to stir up the load so
as to expose the bottom Inyera to the
cleansing action of the water.
Oil of Cedar Weed.
The demand for oil of i-edar Is very
limited In England. Consul General
Griffiths states thnt It Is used principally In sonpmsklng. The current
market price In London Is 14 to 10
cents per pound when handled In one-
qusrter tbn lots or more. Tlie demand
for cedar wood <fli Is said to be greater
In France and Germany.
Impulse That Moved ths British Un.
eers at Aliwsl.
Tbo Sixteenth lancers, than whoa
tbere Is no more famous regiment Is
tbe British service,' performed a fins
feat at the battle of Allwal, In tht
���Punjab, ln January, 1840.
The gallant Sikhs had thrown them-
selvos into squares and In this formation for a time resisted tbe desperate
charges of the English cavalry. Jqst
as stubbornly as the British Infantry
had resisted tho French curnisslers at
Waterloo.
Again and again did the Sixteenth
lancers strive to break through the
masses of the Sikhs, and again and
again scores of saddles were emptied,
and tbe British were beaten back wltb
slaughter. As tbe lancers got close
enough to deliver their thrusts their
weapons would splinter like matchwood upon the stout shields of tbeir
ewsrtby foes. Suddenly an inspiration
came to tbe troopers.
Without receiving any orders to that
effect, but as If controlled by a unanimous Impulse, tbey shifted tbeir lances
to tbe bridle hand and charged In
once more. Tbe Sikhs, entirely unprepared for tbla sudden and masterly
maneuver, received in tbeir bodies instead of on tnelr targets tbe spear
points of tbe horsemen.
Into and through tbe squares swept
the Sixteenth, with lances as crimson
ss their tunics.' Even so. It Is recorded that the resistance was so desperate and sustained tbnt tbe Sikh square
bad to be ridden through again and
yet again before It was finally overcome.���Exchange.
WON  BY A SONG.
Incident Thst Hsttened the Sueeess ef
Telephones In England.
Following the establishment on a
solid basis of the American telephone
system, work for European exploitation
wus early begun. Tbe results were
hardly encouraging.
Five-eighths of tbe British rights
were purchased for $500 by a Providence mnn. says tbe National Magazine. After working ln London four
months he could not find any one who
wonld put a shilling in the telephone.
An English review said of it: "The
telephone ls little better than a toy.
It amuses the English, but is inferior
to the well established system of air
tubes."
The victory wns won nt last by Kate
Field, who sang "Kntbleen Mavonr-
neen" over the telephone to Queen
Victoria. The queen wns delighted,
asked Bell lf sbe might buy two telephones, and it was not long before
all England wns interested. An exchange with ten wires was opened in
London, and ln April. 187!). Theodore
Vail sent an order to the factory In
Boston In his terse, characteristic wey.
"Please mak# 100 band telephones for
export trade as early as possible."
In the Italian Alps, on tbe peak of
Monte Rosa, ls the highest telephone
in the world. Strung at tbe order ot
Queen Margherita. It took six years to
complete tbe connection between the
top of the mountain and the queen's
apartments in Rome.
Thsokersy's Mistakes.
Thackeray probably wrote tbe prettiest and mOst legible hand of any distinguished author. But tbe master of
the easieet and moat flexible style In
English Action occasionally made careless and irritating slips. He wrote
"different to," which ia a common and
quite unaccountable mistake, and
"compared to," which is aa bad. No
ene would think of saying or writing
"compare this to that" yet you flnd
"compared to" in print every day in
the week. And he also fell Into tbe
common error of making the surname
plural instead of the prefix���the "Mlss
rotters," fqr Instance, in "The New-
comes." Instead of the "Misses Potter."
Would anybody write the "Mr. Pot-
temr Why should the lsdies be ao
mishandled?���London Chronicle.
The Fruit Cuekee.
The Indian fruit cuckoo, which, like
all members of the cuckoo family, lays
Its eggs ln tbe nests of otber birds aud
thus avolda the trouble of batching
tbem. ls Baid to exhibit a great deal of
strategy In dealing with crows, its natural enemies. Whereas the hen. an
inconspicuous, speckled gray bird, conceals herself in tbe foliage, the cock,
remarkable for his brilliant black
plumage and crimson eyes, places himself on a perch near a crow's nest and
sets up a great racket Tbe crows Immediately rush out to attack him. and
he takes to flight wltb them in pursuit
The hen meanwhile slips Into tbe nest
and deposits an egg. Sometimes the
crows return before thp egg is laid,
and then the Intruder gets a trouncing.
LAND ACT.
New Weetmlneter Land District, District ef New Westminster.
Take notice tbat I. Walter S. Rose,
of New Westminster, B. C, occupation broker, intend'to apply for permission to lease the following described land.
Commencing at a post planted one
and a haif miles from Lillooet river
on the east bank of Twenty Five Mile
oreek, running 80 chains nortb, thence
80 chains east, tbence 80 chains
south, thence 80 cbalns west to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
Date, September 18th, 1911.
WALTER S. ROSE,
Name of Applicant (in full).
JAMES G. McRAE.
Agent.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 3, 4, 5, 8, 9,11, Block 2; Lota
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8, 9, Block 3; Lots
1, IA, IB, 4, 5, 6, 7, Block 4; Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Block 5; Lots 1. 2, 3.
4, 5, 6, Block 6; Lota 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, 6, 16, 17. 18, 26,
27, 28, 29 and 30, Btock 9; Lots 14.
16, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21. 22, Block
10 of part of Lot 229, Group 1. Map
1096, in the District of New Weetmlneter. \
Whereas proof of the loos of Certificate of Title Number 19478F. I sued
in the name of The Bldwell Bay and
Belcarra Company, Limited, baa   been
filed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, fesue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writine.
C. 8. KEITH.
District Registrar of Tlt'es.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., November 20, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
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 1199F, issued
in the name of George' Carter, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I. shal1.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said Certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Oct. 31, 1911.
8PIRITUALI8M
A Spiritual meeting will be held at
Mr. J. Clark's residence, Inman avenue, Central Park, near station,
Thursday evening at 8 p.m. All are
welcome.    Literature for  sale.       ������
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1117.
CAPITAL       S14.400.000.00
RESERVE   12^00,000.00
Branches throegneot Canada and
Newfoundland, ami la London, Bng-
tood, New Tork. CfcUaso and Spokane,
O.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parte of the
world.
Savings Bank Dtps unseat���Deposits
received In eume of fl aad upward,
and Interest allowel at 8 per cent per
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over 9186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 10S.     P. O. Ben S4S.
Office, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
FROM  JOHNSON'S  WHARF AT  12
MIDNIGHT
S. S. Prince Rupert
3500 Tons; 7000 Horsepower.
EVERY SATURDAY FOR VICTORIA
AND SEATTLE
EVERY MONDAY FOR PRINCE
RUPERT
Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islands and
polnta east of Prince Rupert on the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
��ce 'Phone ISS.     Barn 'Phone IS
Begbie Street
Saggsge   aetivereo    promptly    ���
any part ot tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DSPOT
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
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 Pacmc.
i in Cuba throughout the island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trlnfdad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ex-
eelent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Through tickets to Eastern destinations via the Grand Trunk Railway
System Double Track Route. Standard and Tourist'Sleepers. Meals Ma-
carte.     (  ,    T(>
TICKET8 TO AND-PROM EUROPE.
City Ticket and Freight Offices,
527 Granville 8treet p
Telephone:  Passenger, Seymour 7100
Telephone:   .Freight,   .Seymour 3083
YES, WE CAN
CLEAN IT
Our process of Dry Cleaning
and Dying la MARVELLOUS.
We can reclaim many, garments you might decide to cast
aside.
Phone R278 for the Best Work.
Gent's Suits Pressed   -   75c
Geat's Suits Cleaned $1.50 up
ROTTAiaiY
CHEMICAL
Cleaners & Dyers
'     G. F.  BALDWIN, PROP.
345 Columbia Street.
gifr CANADIAN PACIFIC
^^ B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
For  Victoria.
10:00 A .M Daily except Tueeday
1:00 P.  M Daily
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For 8eattle.
10:00 A. M ..Daily
11:00 P. M Daily
For Prince Rupert and Alaska
11:00 P. M Dec. 14th, 23rd, 30th
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
11:00 P. M Dec. 23, January 6th
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M. .:..... Thureday
Fer  Upper  Fraser   River  Points.
Leave New Westminster. 8:00 A.M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack. 7:00 A. M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday tor Victoria, calling at Galiano. Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganea Hr. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Weatminater.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Yancouver
s
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday In I Abor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business a^ent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phono 601.
Cumbersome. tAoney.
One of the lurgest nnd most cumbersome forms of money ts found In Central Africa, where the natives use a
cruciform Ingot; of copper ore over ten
Inches long, tt Is heavy enough to ba
a formidable weapon.
A Link With Primitive Times.
All ceremonial  muces nt court,  in
parliament, of learned societies and'
municipal bodies. Held marshals' batons, gold and silver sticks, etc., are
descended   from   tbe heavy flghting
sticks and clubs of primitive savages.
Tbe chiefs always had th* bt��t carved
clubs, which were   the   symbols ef
prowess and authority.   Th* Australia boomerang and the Irish shlllalab
are both maces.���London Standard.
 ***-. |- *
Also ths Whale.
A Kansas fisherman declares tbat *
catfish will pur like a tomcat when tt
Is stroked tbe right wjy. Did he ever'
try stroking a GeNnau-cnrp and heat-'
"ig it sing "31 le. M JoT>rf5ansas Qlty
f'tiv. And did he ever stroke a whale
���\ hear it spoutV-Clevelaad Plain
>iler. ��� ';
nrr nan his n fnir turn to be aa
i r..ibp piecioa-Colller.  j
P. O. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. *���'- '
ARCHITECTS
WE8TMIN8TBR    TRUST     BLOCK.
Phone SSI. Bon Ttt
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Kaersl Waters,   Aerstei Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R US  otfBee: PrNiceae 8
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8% to 26 H. P.
1 and * Cycle.
1
Phone 388.
P. O. Bex 657.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone 53.
Tenth St.,  New Weetmlneter.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 870.
THE
Bankofloronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be toady to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
large and strong bank*
ing organization.
laterest is paid sa Samp
Bskacts fcslf-resrljr.
Bnaeu [Accost,
oa faTsrabls terns.   k'"Si
INCORPORATED 3855
ASSETS  $48,000,000   .
�� '*%  '���"'
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NCW WESTMINSTER,   ft G
;'.,.   BRANCH   '."..
SIS Colombia Street.   ���*���*,
, f        '"    /-T:f
1ACKS0N PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Weatminater.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers \
and Decorators
Eetimatee Given.
214 sixth Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
HORSE
E have on hand a
full line of Horde
eis. Buggy Bugsand
Waterfront "Covers. Tbe
Prices are Right ancf tl e
i ,-���,
c
.���ji fljit
T:
u
T
I
, UNITED.
eetinlnelsr, B. O.
'Bi&.-.T-M-tJt.'i.'X-.at'   ..*7>*
"Jt**?-*'      . f^��. i .     us *t> a * **
PAGE EIGHT
m%iH
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1��1f.
SEE OUR STOCK OF
Christmas
Goods
CARVERS,
Copper and
��LATED
TABLE CUTLERY
SAFETY
m
D C.61 I
AMP & LUSBY
6SrrdTlffln5Iff Bt.     Phone 22-23
. ��� I   |:. ���: ������
ICity News
Mr. C. E. McKillips of Everett.
Washington, is staying at the Windsor hotel.
Ice cream, SU fruit flavors, promptly
delivered.   Phone 310.   I. A. Reid.   *
Ward 2 Ratepayers Association of
Buinaby, held a successful dance ami
whist drive laat evening In the new
Vlckar's Hall, East Burnaby.
Positively all ladies' footwear at
wholesale prices. Chamberlin's. 641
Front street. ���*
The King Edward has been found
to be In need of some repairs, and Ih
at present lying at the governmeri'
wharf at Sapperton making good
these small defects.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated Society
of Mi^slclan8  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
Prepares candidates for Teachers'
Diplomas, Licentiate and Local examinations of the Associated Board of the
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Music. Has had numerous
successes ln past years.
For terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
N'ew Westminster.   Phone LC38.
CHRISTMAS
* NOVELTIES
wrpa&n
i gzzasdsgggj
FOR ALL
Phene R67Z.     ' 619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sytfeepjna,
Eavetroueh  Gleaning,
8ewer. Connecting,
' Cesspools, Septic Tsnks, Etc.
Do you consider that you are
doing your full duty to your
family when you have not
made provision for them in
the event of your death. It
is a small item of expense,
but the benefit is incalcul
able. Come in and see me
about it.
Alfred W. McLeod
Lost���Fox
pure   white
&fi
IN Sl J RANGE
65? Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster,
'��� ���) 9,7 V .1- ,. ���:      I 	
. ���-.  .. .   .1
Ty Cold Wave
Are you prepaied for it?
Nb .article of c^olhing will affor.l
you such ��� protection and comfort
in cold weather ns an
Givfe me your order'for one right
away and' select from a beautiful
line of thatprtfils���Tweeds in diagonal and herringbone effects, and
the <fld  favoi^iB^h��� Meltons,  Chev-
*&���
lots,. ���Bstaa-.r-f.1
��� ,\
I
'.'k<M
iV
���to $40.00
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lome" Strt'41, New Westminster.
'J  ';    WHV.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
1& gSeen box
AT
s��Me store
IH^a^'iCkAJfl Columbia 8L
N#r WeSttplMter, B.C.
terrier, six months old,
body, black heal. An
swers to name of Pat. Return to H.
V. Ardaugh, 669 Queen's avenue, and
receive reward. **
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday aftei noon. Leavea
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o clock. ������
Mrs. Will Bush, accompanied by
her children, has arrived ln this city
from Berkeley, Cal., to spend Chris',
mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Butterfleld
Three Chinamen, who should have
appeared before magistrate Edmonds
yesterday morning, failed to put in an
appearance. Consequently they forfeited the $50 ball, which they had
deposited as the price of their freedom.
The dredge Fruhling steamed down
the river this morning to the sand-
beads to take up her usual wtk
there. During the whole of last week
the Fruhling was at the wharf undergoing some minor repairs, which have
now been completed.
Edmonds���A few choice lots on the
north of station, practically ready
for building, $350 and up. $50 cash,
$10 per month. Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, 70(! Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C. **
The directors of the Y. M. C. A.
have made arrangements wherebv
country members of the association
may he enrolled for a smaller fee
than is pai.i by town members. Instead of paying the usual $10 subscription every year, they will only
be asked for $5.
Headaches caused from defective
eyesight. Get your eyes te.-ted by
a graduate optician, and have your
glasses made to suit, satisfaction
guaranteed. W. Gifford Optical Parlors, in T. Cifford's jewelry store.   **
On Monday next the labor mm o;
tbe city will hold a mass meeting in
the Eagles hall to review the work o!
the labor repiesentatives on th>
sxhool board and the city council
during the past year, and to choose
candidates for the coming elections.
It has heen reported that a robbery
took place on Monday night at the
premises of Nakagawa, a Japanese, o:i
Blackie street. It is said that the
building was entered from the back
and two gold watches and a gold
chain taken. The police have not
confirmed   this  statement.
At a meeting of C. M. B. A., 363
last night, the following office bearer.;
were elected: Piesident, J. B. Humphrey; vice-president, J. C. Galvin;
second vice-president, O. Houle; recording secretary, W. J. Carrol; assistant secretary, J. M. McDonald;
financial secretary, J. I. Keary; marshal, J, M. Murphy; guard, I. Gregory;
trustee.* W. J- Carrol. X G. O'Callag-
han, J. J. Cambridge; teasurcr, A. L.
Lavery,
The death occurred laEt evening at
Edmonds, of Charity Walker, aged 8<i.
widow of William Walter Walker, of
Maidenhead. Berkshire. Kngland, and
mother of B. G. Walker. Kdmonds,
and W. George, of South Vancou or,
proprietors of the w*#t lmown real
jstate tirm of Walker Bros. Funeral
arrangements aro in charge of Center
H Hanna, Xew Westminster. The
remains will tie forwarded to Vancouver this morning. Funeral Friday at
2 p.m. from the home of Mr. George
Walker, 48U3 Main street, Vancouver.
At 8 a. m. yesterday morning Henry
S. Jobes, and Ishii, both condemned
to death for murder, were hanged at
tho Provincial Jail. The Rev. Melville was in attendance on Jobes,
while one of his own countrymen
spoke the last words to Ishii. Both
men met their death calmly, the J���jj.
anese. even unconcernedly. At,.-$;o6
a.m. the black flag was hooted, an(j
man's last punishment, had been
meted out to two criminals who had
taken the lives. of their fellows.
'
! An address on the aims and ob-
I jects of the Pythian sisterhood, delivered by Sister Craig, grand chief, was
one of the chief features of tiie regular meeting of Mainland Temple, No
14, held in the Knights of Pythias
Hall at which the sisters of Terminal
Temple, No. 15. were entertained as
guests. Refreshments were served
during the evening, which was enlivened by recitations and vocal and
instrumental music. At the election
of officers the following ladies wore
appointed: To bo M. E. C, Sister E.
S. Ferguson; M E.. Sister E. Kmliree;
M. E. Jr. sister M. Gilley; Manager,
sister J. E. Miller; M of R. and C,
sister S. Mcintosh; M. of P.. sister J
C. Miller: protector, sifter M. McClug-
an: O. G., sister E. Mann: organist
sister B. Robinson. The installation
will be held on the third Mjndjy fn
January, and a return visit to Van
��ouver will be made during, the eajlj
part ot 1912.
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.
EXTRAORDINARY QMS
IN WOMB'S DRESSES, $7.50
About One Quarter of Their Value
This is an exceptional opportunity, as the price ls very low for such dresses; there are eighteen in the
lot; one piece styles, all beautifully trimmed; In Marquisette, plain and fancy embroidered nets; silk
mull and lawns; the shades aro pink, hello, sky, champagneiand white; every one a desirable gown. Regu-
lar values up. to $28.00.   They should go quickly Tuesday and Wednesday at   S7.50
r
At h Street, near 4th Street
. '* i,'
large lot, double house; rents for
$30 per month.
$3000
Very easy terms.
Sandringham Avenue
Seven rooms, modern bungalow.
$3500
$500 casl\, balance $25 per month.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
B. &
M.
FISH MARKET
537 Front St.
Phone 301
Fresh Salmon (half or whole), lb.. 10c
Fresh Cod (half or who'e). per lb.. Sc
Fresh Soles, 2 lbs. for  25c
Smoked Salmon and Halibut, lb..15c
B.&M. Brand Kippered Salmon, lb.l5c
Finnan Hadclie, 2 lbs. for  25c
Labrador Salt Herring, per doz...50c
Largo Eastern Oysters, per pine.50c
A Most Attractive
Collection of
Stylish Coats $12.50
An Unprecedented Offer on
Tuesday and Wednesday
Here is the biggest saving event we have offered this season ln
strictly new garments. Bare opportunity to secure your
winter coat at a savl;ig of one-half and over: stylish winter
coats for women are developed from heavy reversible
tweeds, homespuns, diagonal and plain coatings; the shades
are representative as treys, browns, ^reen, navy and black.
We can fit well, no matter what the figure; regular values
to $28.00.   Quick selling price, eacb $12.50
Remarkable Clearance
of BOYS' SUITS
Priced One-Third Less
Rare opportunity to secure a boy's good suit at exactly one-
third price reduction. We put one sale the full range consisting of suits in medium and high grades; sizes fitting boys
from three to ten year.-*. Every one well made and perfect
fitting styles; in Russian, Buster, Sailar and Norfolk,
with straight and bloomer pants; all wool worsteds and
tweeds. Don't miss the opoprtunity of the season to gave
much on your boy's clothing bill.
Delivery 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Terms���Casn.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf,
Front 8t.
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given:
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph) Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
A FREE CHRISTMAS OFFERING
ON    FRIDAY,    DECEMBER   8,  WE    WILL
FREE   A   FINE    STERLING    SILVER
GIVE    ABSOLUTELY
THIMBLE
To each lady visitor In our store bn that day. You are not asked
to buy, but merely tb view our new stock of Christmas Jewelry and
novelties.     Remember the date���DECEMBER 8th.
Chamberlin
THE
JCWCLQR
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C. R'y
A SNAP IN
LOTS
. (9G9) Sixteen Ir.rge lota fronting on a grndf,d street and Just oft
Second street, c^e 0f the widest streets ln t'jls city. These lots are
almost cleared and offer an exceptional opportunity as an Invest-
mer.'c 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 is active in this district where over forty houses have
been built during the past year and every one has been sold or
rented.   For sale en bloc or in single lots.
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
Sec Our l^etV Lot Of
Ebony Brushes and Mirrors
ALL  PRICES
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WE8TMIN8TER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND 8EE THE LATEST  IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
B. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
N. BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President
W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=====   LUMBER CO, LTD. ���������=
Manufacturer* and Wholesale Dealer* In
JPIr, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phone* Na. 7 and 877.  Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Ite.
rasa
AM UNI
?��0*USO
FJ. Hart X Co., Ltd,
New Westminster
Hsad Office, New Westminster      itranehes at Vancouver    Victoria,
Chilliwack and Aldergrove, B.C.
INTERURBAN   TRAM8.
Westminster branch. ��� Car*
leave for Vancouver at 6, 6:45
am. and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Last
car 12 p.m. Sunday leaves at
6. 7, 8 a.m. and every 16 minute* thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Car*
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Car* leave tor
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Car*
eave for Chilliwack snd way
points at 9.30 a.m., 120 and
6.10 p.m.
"������"��� ���". a, 2. \* "" polit",
leave*--*. ,xmj> fyMf J
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. otter* reduced rate* of a fare and a
third for week end trip* to all
points- on It* Fra��*r valley
Une.
Ticket* will be ob sale oa
Saturday and Sunday, good' for
return untll Monday.
MAKE  YOUR  PLAN* TO
JAKi  THI8  ENJOYABLE
TIMft
BRITi^yitUlIBU ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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