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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
NUMBER 280
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WESTMINSTER. RC. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1! 10
PRICK FIVE  CENTS.
iim mmm     argued iwo cask
TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE
David Spencer & Sons'  Stores, Five  Sisters,  Henderson
Biock, Times Building and Other Places Reduced
To Ashes -Damage Estimated at $2,500,000
��� Driard Hotel Scorched
m AND VICTORIOUS
Victoria.
One cf (he
)*
.rs  is
Oct.    26���11:30    p.    m.i ���
most   disastrous   fires   of
s.seepina *he  block  bounded
street,    Fort    street.
IN SUPREME COURT
SAID INFLICTED BY STRIKE ^
ierica II. Landed in Que- George E. Martin Represent-
bee and Capture the James     ed Lccal Men in Important Robert Johnston, Employee of Schaake's Machine Wc | s,
Gordon Bennett Cup.
Actions at Ottawa.
by  Government
r slieet  and  Troun;e  Alley.
The darrage is estimated at $2,000.-
000.
The g.irirson  at  Esquimalt  and  the
entire  local   militia   is  on   duty   assist
ing the firemen  and  keeping back  thc
crowds
Live   wirei   across   the   streets   are
adding greatly to the danger.
Viiii la, Ocl 2',. 2 a. in. (Special
. ��� , iij News)���Fire wbicb broke
,, || LO 30 lust  nl. ht  in the up
per .i ��������� of D. Spencer & Bona big
di,] .;���: ei tal Btore on Government
..'��� Bn .1 stieets has already <lon��>
damage estimated at over two million dollars and is still beyond control.
Thc Haines had secured a pood hold
11. Spencer's before being discovered
md 11 was quickly seen that Victorias
flnest husiness house was doomed.
The entire stock carried by Spen-
cei valui '1 at a quarter of a million
dollars, waa destroyed,
A partial  list of the buildings de-
Btl   ' ��� I   |S
Tl e Si encei  stores.
The Times newspaper office.
Hen l< : "ii bolck.
.   ���   Five   Sisters   Snlaon.
. : Ite  House.
fev    mall  buildings fronting
are situ Bafe, bul m ij
ip by  the  Barnes   al  any
tl ���
'��� '      I   inks  and  boxes arc lltti  ed
the   streel   ,and   i a
Eui  ded bj tl eii owners
.   lice   will   nol   permit    the
to n   irn   to  the   hotel   until
the fire is  who)l>   undei   control.
1   ���   fire was i ommunicated to   eh
���   and  < lei trie  i oles,  si veral  ol
these falling across Government street
and  blocking  streel   car trafl
Thi ti ej I i ni office, situati d ovei
the bank of Montreal on the opi oslte
B|de ol the streel from the burning
area, has suspended husiness. owning
lo t! c dani et
An   immense   crowd   is   gathered   in
S,  S,  Perkins,
<��� balloon Dus-
I    I   .,;,   .,     1,      Lg
��� - li     and  Augustus
;' f the safe   landing  of
their bi .  n    an(j their
1 ersoi al   sal
i St
��� an ed . ika   riv<  .
i Lak��   ��� ninetei ntl . all
message   was
i   i     and is ; ���-
Landed    ; <   ll.
George  E.   Martin,  of (he   firm   of
v adi   '>'��� ' 11 ller,, McQuanie and
tin. returned yest<  da;   trom Otl   ���
where   he   had   bee two
������ ���   bei    i   tin    ���   preim    com I    ol
Ca ada     In   bolh   cases   judgi    ���   I
was resi rved an I  will nol  be given
until  the  end  of  the  Bittlni    of tin
probablj  bi tn<   tl   ���   In \i   ���
Died  Yesterday  In  Hospital    Was  Brutally
Assaulted On Oct. 5, By Two Men Who
Are Still At Liberty.
eturn
and Post."
d)    Hawley
���^;   I \   iv Lambert,
President an I :.   0   Dozter, St   Louis,
i members ol the balloon race committee, anm .... i I thai there was
no question hut   .Han *R. Hawley and
l   had  won  the   James
ber,
The flrsl case waa thai ol Cou'ithai d
v s Slnclali. ;. i i.w- i el w ei n r .'
Coulthard, of New Westminster, anl
v i Sinclaii. the Re .<��� ���-:,> ,. ,, ���
��� . tor, vv ho recentlj secured the < on
. tract   for  bull iin.    the   Eighth   si ��� ��� I
The bruise 1 ami battered body    of
���  i   Johnston  lies in the morgue
al the undertaking parlors oi Mu ��� I ie
������    ���        and Hie resull ol the inq -
and posi mortem examlnati
held  on  the  bod)   todaj   vv ni  d< ���    ���
whetl er or not   a  chai ge    ol    man-
a 'J ;er or   murder   wlll   b��   laid
ai ��� i  I a coliple ot residents of   the
i I ���
Assaulted on October 5.
the
l ,���
the
\ i
was being git en,    He   ��� I
���  ; ilnmen!    shoi tlj      befi   ���
close an nl  up 1,01 ne Bl eel
, .   .. ..  [e ������ ing  1; ������ 01 ei 1  himsi   1 ��������� 1
" ���    ��� n. strangers to him, bul et ��� ���   1
v  Bcotch won.en. spoke a few commonplace words, commenting on   the
��� ��� 11 ert.
When Johnston reached the corner
of Lorne ami  Agnes streets  he  was
jet upon hv two T.en who brutally as-
���  Ited him. kicking him in    the abdomen and    throwing    him    to    the
the streets watching the flames   The  ('"ni"n   Bennetl   cup  and   the   cash
police   is   hcin.    assisted   in   keeping  l"1'1'* ,01  distance
order by tlie garrison from Esquimalt, 	
whiie the local militia is lending assistance to the firemen and helping
in the removal of goods from threatened stores and huildings.
Word was reeelv-
Victoria, Oct. 2". 3:15 a. m.���(Special io the Dally News)���A numbei of
yachts in the harbor have caught flre
from Hying -parks.
The Western Union Telegraph offlce is oul of husiness.
No fatalities have been reported as
yet.
Victoria, Oct 27, 4 a. m ��� (Special
to the Dally News)���The flre is now
under  control.     The  loss  Is  estimated
at  $2,500 000,
The Driard hotel has Buffered ahout
on   $10,000 damage, hut  is now sale.
The Tin es office is completely gutted.    Arrange nts havo heen made
wiili  the Colonist   for the publishing
nisi 0(Tlco, directly across ol the paper In that office until such
eet   from  this  alley,  and   the time as the new Times building, now
Quebec. Oct 2G
ed here tonight from St, Ambrose,
Saugenay, thai the balloon America
II.. landed near Peribourka, Chicou-
timi county, twenty-live miles from
Robevallon, October 19,
Ilawiev and Tost descended hy (he
White live, and Hear River, and left
for Chlcontlml, which is 227 miles
north of Quebec, where train can he
had by the Quebec and Lake St.
John railway.
St.   Louis���Mr    Lambert    when   in
torn i'il by the Associated Press of the'
safetv  of Messrs, Hawley and Tost de-I
clared  enthusiastically  thai   he   was
glad   they   had   tuel    with   no   serious
mishap   and   more   pleased   thai   they
had   retained   the   International   balloon  race fol    \n ei lea. (
"I am 1 ertain thai the wai  depart'
ment figures to be furnished oui com-
Johnston was employed at
Bewei in this city, Sinclair gold aISchaake Machine works, having been ground, and again kicking him when
quarry on Pitl Lake to the Dominion brought from the east to replace some he was down. The men then went
governmenl   foi    $13,000      Coulthard of  the  striking  machinists     On  the away.
claimed one-third of the proceeds ol night of October 5 he was leaving the I ".lohnston recognized one of the
the Sale, alleging thai he had a third Scotch concert when he was Bel upon men���the one whose kick Caused the
Interest In the property. The trial a' "ip corner of Lome and Agnes injury which is believed to have re-
judge gave the judgement in favor of streets and receive! injutie-: which suite! in his death���and was ahle to
Coulthard and Sinclair appealed. The, aie believed to have resulted in his
courl  of appeal  sustained the judge- death.
ment of the trial judge, bul assessed I' is understood that Johnston, Ive-
the costs of both actions against fore he died, made a statement implicating one or more of the striking
time machinists In the outrage,
and Johnston could net ue to work for
ask- several davs after the affair, but Bince
hist then had heen working off and on for
j a week or two, bul he had to go to the
hospital last  Mondaj
Bruises on Body.
On his body are greal  bruises, one
el, b   Ck   of   Spencer's   BtO e.
��� e ������'��� Ind blowing the flames
these buildings
i .-   II   was   feared   that   the
otel would be destroyed The
. 1 - weie all driven out, many of
1 .     their escape In >>caut at-
under construction, Is completed
Flre Chlel  luvis and rom   firemen
had narrow escapes from death when
the walls Of IheNFive Sisters building fell  at   1   lu a    111.    The chief  was
struck on the head hy n hoard, but
net   ha.tiiy  injured.
Coulthard.
Sinclair again appealed, this
to the supreme court of Canada
Co ut hard entered a cross appeal
Ing for the restoration of the
jmii ement
The case was tried before Justice
sit Charles Kirkpatrlck, Chlel Justice Sir Louis Davies, Justice Iddlng-
ton. Mr, Justice Duff and Mr. Justice
Anglin.
Sir Charles Hibberl Tupper appealed for Sim lair, and Cfeorge E. Martin foi  Coulthard.
The other case was thai   of   Phil
McDonald, of Huntington, vs   the V.
V. fi !���:   railway   The ratlwaj  located
Its  line through the hotel, nf whit It
|McDonald is the lessee.    In building
mltteea  wlll   show   that   Hawlej   and  the 1 l they did nol use all er the lo- ;""' 'ssl  nlghl could not  gel  Dr.
Post have gone the longest  distance   i ited right or wav. and tbe rail i ime Quarrle by telephone to tin I oul
it   has  heen   a   1 emai kahie   contest, I within three feel ol  McDonald's hack cause ot tiie foUti's death,
fraught with difficulties foi  the aero-  fence   In  tbe  operation  of  the  roadl    A' Uie time ol the assault
give a fairly accurate description of
llie other man. Both men were striking machinists. The name of one is
known, bul there is some doubt as to
the Identlly of the other, aa the description might tit any one pf the
three former employees, two of whom
have left the city since the assault.
The thltd man. as well as tne one
Johnston recognized, remain in the
city.
"The women to whom Johnston had
spoken came to his assistance and ex-
rivet the le ft side abov e the heart and pressed sympathy, offering to help
one under the right aim on the oid,. him on his wav Nol reallzlhg thai be
lie received other Injuries was seriously hurt, however, he thank-
Johnston  -vas a Scotchman need 39  ed ihem and declined.   He then made
yeaic     I.e. leaves a  w it.. | ,  the    old
country.
No Complaint, Says Police.
Chief  of   Polite  Bradshaw   had   nol
heen  notified of the death bj   anj   "���
who had any connection with the case
M -
i,.iuts and much anxiety for those #uo
11 11 line 1 at horns "
it la likely that the distance trav
elled bj Hawlej and P08I to the I'eii
bOffrkfl  11vr.r  wnc  i.e.ilv   1850  miles.-
-J�����
ELEVEN CASES TO BE
HEARD Al ASSIZES
TROUBLE TRAILS TROUBLE
THROUGHOUT TRYING TRIP
TRIBESMEN   ON   WARPATH.
Twt
Actions for Divorce In-
faded in List-G. N. R.
:ued for $10,000 Damages.
Steao-.er   Kaiseng.i    Encounters    Monsoon,  Catches  Fire,  Hugs   Reef
and Drives Monkey to Suicide.
���w.i'** open  today  before
Ut e  Murphy   with  tive criiu-
and six civil rases to   be
;  e following is the   list   of
Hex vs. Mutton and
-   Merry;   Hex vs.  E11U;
���1 ;   Hex  vs. Dodds.
. ...id       v..       Archibald'.
-   Austin.     Snyder    vs.    the
Great 1  era    Rallwaj     company.
.ahaii.   Todd   vs   Todd:
���   ������   Tlmberland    Lumber
f2,BOO,000
Far  Easl
Island in Philippines Devastated and
Planters Killed.
Manila. Ocl 28. - Two hands of
Manohos tilhesneti are depredating
the west coast of Dftvao, in the southeastern Mindiiii ia island, and have
killed     several      plaflteis.        Including
Earle Geer, an Ameiloan. All avail-
aide troops were ordered to the distiict   todav.
Brigadier-General John J. Pershing,
commanding the department of Min-
Ulanao.   has   left   his   headquarters    at
Zamboahga to    command    the    re-in-
Davao, The Manohos Dattos declare
their purpose of expelling all foreigners and  Filipinos from the district.
Boston,   Oct,   -i'..���The
worth of producti of   the
which   the   Hritish   steamer   Kaiseng a j f,���, f.mt.iits which are heing hurried t(
has  just   broughl   to  this     port     were
I carried   across   the   seas   amid   many
perils.    Tbe Knisenga's trouble began
<ni .Inly IT last  when she    was   four j ���
Ker. I days out from Colombo for New York. Tarrmar,y Leader Seriously Hurt.
The steamer ran Into a monsoon on N>w \0Ti:. Oct 26.���The bursting
thai dav and simultaneously the crew of a tire on an automobile in which
had to flghi a tire wliich had broken 1 Michael .1 Hassett, Tammany Hall
out in one of the hunkers Before leader of the Twenty-first Assembly
the blaze was subdued it had done district, was riding today, with s
damage estimated at 116,000. The party on Washington Heights, caused
Kalsenga rode out the storm safely.      [a  wreck
a  coral reef then brought trouble
the ste.iiner scraping over it on Aug
ust   8   between   Singapore   and   Kobe
.. ........,;. ��� ..  She managed to work off without seri
��� ler 1 1, the Great Northern.
���  ���     m on the G eat
v ..       on  dune   10,
���    .'i   switch  on  the
1 .;��� .���    ,n I    sunk   Into
et     Tl e   admlniai
10 be tall ol the Infant.
��� dead firs     1 [10,000
It   is  alleged   in  the
. Len
occurred
1
.(ence
0
f    Ce
1
engineer
In
a 'ga of
1
the  time
of
the acci-
i
��� ���
- ������ of
Archibald
vs.
Archibald
���
as is the
one of Todd
vs.   Austin   is  an   action  for
:'   broughl   hy     one     Co.|uitiam
igalnal   another  and.   Halley
Shan   is   a   similar   action   he-
v 1 Port  Moody men.
b  Dewen  La suing the Tim-
������' Lumber companv for dama s 1
emoval    of   a    building   to
���"   laid   claim   and   winch   the
1 :     held   was  lis  properly.
1st  Of criminal cases thai  Of
Merry in the most,   serious.
is  charged   with   forging   the
' man named Cleveland to a
1    or .:������-, on the Royal Bank of
B    1
R'"c  v 1,  nun in  and  rcrvvln the
1 "ii    ne  ,'har. <>tt   with   i'.itimida
''a   men   are  stilUers  at     the.
' ,   ���*.**   " iclinio  works.
''   '���'���ier  three  cases  are  all   for
"empted escape from  the    penlten-
The three  men  made a bl'SOH
'   lli"1"'' 11 momh or two ago;
ous damage, however.    Hardly had the
mga left Calcutta on Bepteml e
7 for  Boeton and New York than she
ran  down and sank  a  native Ashing
1 were no casualties.
twa;   from rhe schooner the
Hided  on a  mud  hank.    The
rising tide   ��������� ised her.
... e '.: er vvas loading
and   1 il   -"   ai   Colomoo,  the  B    ��� ���
steamer J inus, In preparing   to   sail,
parted her stern lines and ran against
tha Kalsenga, nearly pushing her into
aa wall.
An   Arab   liremnn.    crazed   by   thc
beat of the fire room, rushed on deck
while   the    steamer     was     passing
through the Red sea and Jumped overboard,    He was not seen again.
Half  wav  across  the  Atlantic  there
was   another   suicide,   a     pet   monkey
,    ;;  lng to one of fhe otleers leaping into rhe sea.
The resi of the voyace vvas uneventful, hut captain Dehhs appeared
unusually glad to make port.
in   which     Mr.
tained    injuries    from
thought he will die.
Hassett    sus-
which    it    is
1' e fence nnd an otitlu ut e belonging
1 ��� the hotel were kn h l ed ot ei Mc
Hon ild bub l asking thai the ��� nmpat ���
hi   ��� orapelli d   to  expropi iie   Its   fu Tl
,._lit     of   way        When    the    raw     ff&S
��� fii* -i    before    Justice    Irvine    seme
months ago, judgement was given In
favor  of  McOo&ald,  and   the  court   of
I appeal  sustained  the decision,   where-
upon die company took it to the su-
preme couri of Canada.
The same court thai sat on the
iCouthard-Slnclalr case sat upon this
one. .lohn g, Ewart, K. C. of Ottawa,
who recently represented Canada at I
the llapue tribunal, and who is one
the leaders of the Canadian bar, presented the case for Hip railway conl
pany. and George Mai fin appealed
for McDonald,
slates   Mint   he   was   not
none of the members    ol    tbe    I  rei
ba e anj   1 ecollectlbn ol a  pi Inl
being mole    Cl bsetiuentl���  tl ���
nothtne done al Mie tHne
Complaint Laid. Says H. Schaake.
According to Mi   Schaake there" was
hla way   slowlj  and painfull;   to the
police  station,   where it implalnel
thai l\e had beep assaulted. He gol
very utile satisfaction from tbe man
In charge, I elng told thai he w ould
have to sweai oul a warrani before
anything could he done by the de-
the partmehl
i   relieve   Johnson    repeated    his
e cbl mplalni   later, bui  without  any re-
notlhed   ahd suit.
���We   ie,' e   tried   to   gel   In    touch
with the women who witnessed I ie as-
 i-   and  ; " e advertised  foi   them,
bul  Miev pave hm replied     We '
ed   their   e Idetic'e  to   prosecute   the
men.    Now.   they  are   needed    worse
Many Killed in Train Accident.
Portland, Oct. 88.���From five to
t��n persons aie reported to have been
killed tonight In the wieck of an electee Interurban car on the l'nited
railways at Burlington, about ten
miles north of here.
a complain' iiinde at the police station  tli.'ui��ever. for fhe case Is much more
by   Johnston   himself,   but   the  police sei ious.
took no action.
I     When   Henry  Pchaake.  presldenl    if
the Schaake  Machine    works,    which
has  had  a  strike on   for  llie  pasl   six
months  and   which  has  heen  employ-1
inu non-unioii workers since that time.
was oalled up last  night, he gave his
rerslon of the affair.
Mr. Schaake's Story,
'.lohnston was one of the men
brought out to work for us after our
machinists walked out some months
ago. He came here about the hepin-
iilne of September and had heen
working steadily until October 5. On
the evening of that (lay he went to
ths opera house, where a Scotch con-
Arrest in Anderson Case.
Goderioh, Ont.. Oct. 26.���Fdward
lardine. was arrested today, charged
with the murder of Flizaheth Anderson, a sixteert-year-old girl, whose
body was found in tlie cellar of a lon-
ly house.
POSTPONE ACTION ON
km AMENDMENTS
".Tohnston has been bothered hy
strikers on previous occasions, and
had once heen assaulted at Sapperton."
No Ante-Mortem Statement.
Miss Martin, matron of the Royal
Columbian hospital, where Johnson
tiled Infom '-d 1 he News yesterday
evening thnt the man had made no
statement to her rce-arding the assault. Fn- further particulars she
referred the reporter to Dr. McQuarrie, who had    "��� ided Johnson.
Dr. MeQmtr-ie could not he located
yeslerday evening, but it is believed
he will he an Important witness at
trie Inquest today.
SSEVENIY HAYIIANS���
1   PERISH ON GUNBOAT
McGiil   Professor   Dies.
\; intreal.   Oct.   id.���Prof    Pensha
.     ,;' McGill  university, died ar sea
on  Thursday   last.
Their Search Is uver.
Poit   Angles.    Oct.   26.���The    dead
bodies    of   John    Xiederstasser    and
George Cowan, prospectors, have been
found   near   Sappe.   in   tlie    western
I parr   of  Chilian   county,   which   Is   tiie
' northwestern   corne   rof   the   United
Stales
City  Council  Not Anxious    to    Hurry
Itself Following L*ad Suggested
by Temperance Advocates.
Ten Generals Among Those
Who Die When Engine
Explodes on Ship.
.1
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++m + +^ + m ** ^ * t +
Hospital   Full. Nurses Strike.
Brantford. Oct M.���The en-
���i e Staff if nurses of .lohn
Stratford hospital walked out
on strike today for better conditions. The hos, ital is crowd-
el with sixty patients, as a
result of the epidemic of typhoid fever,
��� * *
��� * Damage   $10,000,000. ���
��� ��� Casami.'Ciola    1 Island    of   Is- ���
��� ��� cliia 1.   Oct.    M.���The   damage ���
��� ��� wrought  by  tlie recent    hnrrl- ���
��� ��� 1 me  is  estimated  ai   $10,000- ���
��� ��� iititl.      King    Victor    Kmannuel ���
��� * v'si'ol   the   scene   of   the   dis- ���
��� ]��� aster  todav. ���
��� * *
The amendments to the   Munlcipa
Clauses act which liave been advanced
hy the Temperance and Moral Ke'or-n port au Prince. Hayti. Oct. 26.���Tho
league, and for tlie discussion of Haytian gunboat Liheite lias been lost
which the city ( itmcil held a special at sea off Port de Paix, following an
meeting .��irterday afternoon, are stin ox-plosion on hoard, it is estimated
��� without the approval of the eotrficil. that seventy persons were either
They ma,' he approve I at so ne fa- kmod or drowned. Twenty others
ture date, When the aldermen an I the  were rescued.
mayor have B Letter understanding of Sews of the acci :ent reached here
their meaning, but ignorance vv.s the today. The l.iherte sailed from this
excuse rleade.i hy the a'.dermo. ver- port on Monday last, having ou hoard
terdtty when r'.ie meeting was adjourn- ninety persons. So far as known only
ed With practically no disenssio 1 hav- twenty of these escaped,
ing taken place.
*****************   *******************
Japanese Players Outclassed.
Osaka Japan, Oct. 26.���The university of Chicago bnsebnll team de-
,���.,,,>,i tbe Cniverslty of Waseda
nine again here today by fl score ol
211 to 0.
TACOMA
MAY   GST
CENSUS
RECOUNT
I v
'
v,":ts''ini'ton.
rector Durand
testa   "tatltt h>'
lng   Taeoinn,
(���)���, ;u; ���Census Ol-
after listening to pro*
, committee represent-
Wash.,   against   llie   hu-
roan's population llgures for thnt city.
aaid  he  "would  nol   be surprised it a
1 recount  was ordeied."
ONLY THREE MORE DAYS.
It is time to place your name on the voters' list
if you intend to vote at the forthcoming civic election.   You cannot vote unless you are registered.
The Qualifications :
Being a British Subject of the full age of twenty-one years.
Residence in the city for the past six months.
Payment of an annual rental of $100.
The Place To Register :
City Clerk's office,, city hall.   Office hours 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
The flrsi dlause Only was read. It
dealt with the increasing and de-
creasing df ���'���:���* number of liquor
lieenses in the oily. Al lerman Jardine staled that in the city the people were amply protected by tire liquor
lieense by-law and in the unorganized
Among the seventy wbo were lost
were ten Haytian generals, who weie
on tlieir way to take command of
several divisions of troops ln the department of the north.
The sinking foil-awed an explosion
in the boiler rooms.
According to the advices the explosion tore a great hole in one side of
license oy-mw anu m mo .....<_< -          gunboat which sank in a few -11111-
districts by the new liquor act passed  ��e gunbOa . ^      ^        ln
hy  the    provincial    government     He confusion  reigned on
thought the new law ought to be gl en ��""*"
board.
The greater number of those missing leaped Into the water without attempting to launch the life boat..
They were swept away by the waves
and drowned within sight of their less,
hasty companions.
a chance to show what It could do, but
ln the meantime, be thought that Dr.
Spencer's letter was only causing
trouble.
Tbe other aldermen wanted to have
more Information on the subject before they discussed  further    and    a
motion   was   carried  asking  the   city ,  . ���
clerk to supply all the aldermen with , 4 -
a copv  of tbe letter containing    the      Non-Union Men Replace Strikers,
recommendations. I    Sedalia,   Mo.,  Oct.   26.���Flfty   non-
Alderman Gilley stated that there union mechanics went to work in the
were some of the amendments which Missouri Pacific shops here today.
he would like to see the council en- The men were brought here to re-
dorse. The matter will probably come place the strikers. No trouble hua
.up again In tbe course of a few days, been reported. .11 11
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PAGE TWO,
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTKD���A   CHILDREN'S   NURSE
for  tour  months.    Apply  .Mrs.    Dr.
Jones.  -IS  Koyal  avenue.
REAL   ESTATE PHONETIC SPELLING
REFORM ADVOCATED
W A N T E I) ��� BY EXPERIENCED
waitress, dining room work. Apply
"S.,"  Daily   News  office. 	
WANTKD TO RENT���COTTAGE OR
apartment hy young couple; careful
tenants. State rent and conveniences. Address Hox 7. Daily
News.
ITHE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        ���        451   Columbia St
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
\ Branch Office      ���      ���      Kamloops, B.C
PORT MANN
TEN    acres    in    section    27,    block 5
I     north,  range 2 wer,t, adjoining    the
townsite. Price $10u0 per acre; one-
ijuarter cash.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING  BY THK
day.    Miss Kilian. 624  Hamilton si.
~~~ LIKE
..    Ad-
ENGLISHWOMAN      WOULD
housework, days or  half day
dress D   Daily News.
WANTKD ���
Apply King
DINING
i Hotel.
ROOM   GIR1
TEN    aces    in    section    35,   block    5
north, range 2 west.    Price $ii
50 per
acre; one-third cash.
SIXTY acres on Townline road.
close
to townsite.    Price $r>oo   per
acre;
one-third cash,    balance    one
,  two,
three and four years.
EIGHTY acres on Yale road in
north-
east    quarter   of section    l'4.
to \vn-
ship  2.    Pi ice $200 per acre;
$5000
casli.
Dr. Emil Hirsch Contends
that Words Should Be
Spelled as Pronounced.
Chicago,
spelling a.i.
il   is
line
I
WANTED���BY RELIABLE ACCOUN-
tant clerical work, writing up or
opening up sets of _books; collections made; terms reasonable. Ap-
ly .7 Guichon hlock. 	
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, S1TU-
atlon as clerk in store. Address L.
S., Daily  News. 	
SURREY
TEN   acres  of  good   land,    all
cultivation , three   quarters
mile    from  B.  C.  E.  It. tram
Price $225 per acre;   $500 cash, balance  over  six    years.     Don't    miss
tl'.is. Ref. IlL'a-A.
WANTKD���A YOUNG WOMAN
once; good wages to the right
son.    Apply
loyal  City dye
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, til! Hastings street east.
AT  TWO   lots,
per-j    car  line,
works, i    eighth  c
months.
BURNABY
50x132 feet  each, close  to
Price    $400    each;     one-
ish,   balance   over eighteen
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD
T.  H. McCormick,
Manager  Real   Estate  Dept.
W A N TED ��� HOUSE K E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���BUGGY, FIRST CLASS
condition; steel tires. Address "C,"
Daily News office.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia   Street.     Phone 680.
DELTA.
ONE   HUNDRED   acres    improved    in
Delta;  $11,000 cash, or $14,000, one-
half cash.
FOR      SALE���CHOICE     OF
cows;      splendid      milkers;      just
calved; also three pigs.    Chanticler
Farm, Westminster junction.
SURREY.
TWO  EIGHTY acres   improved   in   Surrey,
two   miles   from   tram; unimproved
land across the road sold for $100
per acre;  $4500 cash.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TEAMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Otfner, Box 27!>, City,
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
SEVEN and one-half acres in Kennedy subdivision, one-half mile from
Kennedy Station; $1800; cash takes
this.
TWENTY acres in section 30, township 2. facing on Scott road; only a
few yards from tram. 207 per acre;
good terms.
Oct. 20.���The phonetic
Ration has been revived hy
Dr. Emil G. 1 iii sell, fresli from a summer in Germany, who told the Cool;
county pedagogues in a lecture at the
Association building unit the government should lix some standard English language.
The speaker confessed lie had yet
io meet a person not guilty of perpetrating "fearfully made and complicated  English spelling."
"Germany   has  the  simplified code.
by order of the governmenl, and  underlying   principle   of   ii   all   is   that
under |, words must he spelled exactly as tbey
of   a I are   pronounced,"   said    Dr.   Hirsch,
line, j "The education of this government  Is
not    under   central   control,   and   our
word formation lias suffered sadly.
"Vou teachers know that had spelling among your pupils Is tlie great
discouragement you meet with."
Dr. Hirsch said Germany's spelling
troubles lie in the "til'ty-soven" varieties  of dialect   in  the empire.
That the training of .merchants is
the most neglected of tho important
studies in tlie school course was another declaration, and Germany again
was used as an ideal.
"W'e Americans through traditions
and our public schools feel that, if
nations want our trade they ought to
come after it," asserted Dr. Hirsch,
"The Germans don't liestltate to go
after the trade they get, and as a remit  that nation is busy and prosper-'
ous."
Dr.   Hirsch   praise 1    the   American!
grammar   schools,   but   criticized   the
secondary  institutions  for  neglect  of j
specialization.
"We Americans think our boys and ,
",irls in tlie high schools should learn '
everything in sight," he said. "We let
them have a .ear of German, then
one of French and, finally, one, perhaps, of Spanish. In the end they
don't know much of anything.
"The boys and girls should be restricted to oi^e natural science, and
should not have their beads stuffed
full of language and history.
"Our universities must guard
against becoming too free in allowing
students to select their work. Tbe
system of freedom is good to a certain extent, but is being abused where
permitted in this country.
at   that   time.     At   least   it    i-   to    h
hoped not," said the colonel.
"Edmonton is a city thai
me  immensely.     I   like  the   way
laid   oui.       Jasper   avenue   i      i
street.    It
is laking
an 1 clean. 1 believe Edmonton ls
growing up into a model city of Ihe
west."
Colonel Scott is a guest at the King
Edward and is renewing acquaintances witli some of his old time
friends, who are residents in Edmonton. 	
e!
SANITARY    NOTICE.
.le'luhts      All   rubbish   and   garbage  must   be
'removed    to    tlie    foot    of    Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, whei'   It will
���        '";'', ,Z that the    iv   be burned by tbe corporation.
is good to see that the cit) persons   who  dump
-ic:o.,^':..^,.r:;^:_::it *SJ ��wn.KiA o, ���,������ km,, ��.n
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
k;
anv other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under tbo provisions of tlie Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S, J.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June Ll. 1010.
Tenders for  Paving  Third  Street.
The    corporation    Invites    tenders
from     stieol    paving    companies    for
grading, street  paving, laying of concrete  sidewalks  and  construction   of
storm   sewers   for   Third   street   from
Royal  avenue  to  Sixth  avenue.    Paving  companies will   he   required    to
'state term of years they  will  guarantee  their   paving   and   percentage  of
��� money tlie corporation can retain during tho period of guarantee;   also the
[steepest grade their pavement is safe
tor horse traffic.
Plans,   profiles,  specifications   ami
further Information  can  be obtained
from  .1.   VV.   B.   Blackman.   City   Engl-
i neer,
Tenders will he received by tbe undersigned up to 6 o'clock on Monday,
October 31,  1910.
Canvassing aldermen or ratepayers
hy representatives of Paving Companies Btrictly prohibited,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hail.   New   Westminster,  October.  19,1910.
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IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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YOU NEED
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Canadian National]MOREY'S
Apple Show
-AT-
VANCOUVER
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665���Columbia  Street 665
New Westminster, B.C.
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j
FOR
October "1st to Novembei
Special   low   rates   from   all
11.   c    at   SINGLE   FARE
ROUND  TRIP.     Tickets  on  Bll
October 29th to November 3rd
return limit. November '.'th
further  particulars apply  to:
r,th. 1910.
points  in
THE
from
Final
Foi
Ed   Goulet,   Agent   C.   P.   R..  or  write
to  C.   R.   Foster,   New  Westminster.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
FOR    SALE���CASH    REGISTER,    18 | CITY.
inches wide, double key board, first i CLEARED     corner    lot    on     Fourth
class condition.    Cheap.    Apply Ira,    avenue    and    Tenth    street;    price
A.   Raid.   Columbia   street,  next  to j    $i:?00.
tram office.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300,
balance $20 per month. Box AV. S���
Daily News. I
SIX   lots
$3000:
on   Fourteenth  street;
good terms.
price
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20, of the Local
Improvement General By-law, 1909,
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for local Improvements on
the following streets, viz.: Alexander
street, Church street, McKenzie street,
Clarkson street from Begbie to Sixth
streets, Sixth street from Columbia
street to Royal avenue. Lorne street,
from Columbia to Clarkson, Regie st.,
Henley street from Eighth avenue to
London street; is open for inspection
at the office of the Assessment Commissioner in tlie City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person Interested in
any of tho properties Included therein
desires to appeal from such Assessment he should within the perio 1 of
eleven (ill days from the first publication of this notice give notice to
the undersigned In writing of his intention to api eai.
SURREY MUNICIPALITY
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  hy
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
Telephone  R  113. Office:   pr
B. C.
incess St
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders will be received by the undersigned until November 4th, tor the
purchase of the following property
adjoining
Port Mann Townsite
Vi/..:��� Lois 1. 2. '.'.. 6, i'.. ~. 8, 9, In,
11, 12, 13, 11. IB, lb. IT. is, lb. 20, 21,
Jl', 23, 26, .7, 'Js. 29, 30, 32, :'.:'., of re-
subdivision of lot 2'.'.. of section i'i.
block 5 north, range 2 west, Terms of
pale are cash when dee I is executed.
An indefeasible title will  be given.
Dated this ISth day or October, A.D.
"The government  should exercise a i 1910,
certain control over the schools to the \\\ ,\. DUNCAN  City Clerk
point of bringing ahout uniformity of j    Date of first publication October 19,
curriculum,   preparation   of   teachers, j 1910,
textbooks,   and   examinations.      T
private institutions should not csca
thte control."
The    highest    or
necessai lly accepted,
tender   nol
E. M.
Cloverdale,
CARNCROSS
B.C..  October
C.M.C.
L"J.   1910
-_-.
SIX roomed house and two lots on
Leith street, both lots cleared, good
orchid: immediate possession. Price
$2400;  $sno cash.
REAL
FOR   SALE  OR   RENT   BV  OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth ,
street.    Apply on  premises for par-|
ticulars, or 512 Fourth street, New;
Westminster. B. C.
THREE   lots   corner
and  Tenth  avenue;
Twe'fth    street
prire .$L'.ino.
TO  LOAN.
$3000 to  loan  on  city  property at
per cent.
8
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
ly furnished, first-class board: all
home cooking. Terms very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia  Street.     Phone 680.
TO RENT���A LARGE FRONT BED-
room, furnished. Apply Arrow Press.
609 Victoria street, near Daily
News.
TO    RENT���LARGE    WELL    FCRN
ished front bedroom,    suitable
two   gentlemen.     Apply   Box   J.   S.,
Daily News.
TO LET���FC RNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
IDOlv   71'   Tr��w   atr������
KOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
: , and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
i 214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER I B.C.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
��� r r��*f��t
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp    block,    corner
f*n I !'���-��-.  In    Qtr.  p*    qhH    Ptqr .Qnrt
TO     RENT  --  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 708 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
6 p. m. a: Room 14. G23 Columbia
���tr. r. *
LOST.
OF  KEYS,    FINDER
to  the    Daily    News
LOST���BUNCH
please return
office.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and   Building  Constructor.
Specialist  in  Steel, Reinforced Connote  and   Modern   Building Construction.    Telephone  806.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
NOTICE.
Tie undersigned    has    moved    hi
office   to   1316   Cariboo  street,   where
he will conduct  the real estate  business under his own name.   Tlie office
on Twelfth street  is for sale.
D. D. BOURKE.
Sealed Tendera addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver. B.
: C," will be received at this office until 4 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26,
1910, for the construction of an
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver
: B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at th.e office of Mr. Joseph
Greenfield, resident architect, Winnipeg, Man. Mr. Wm. Henderson, resi-
lent architect, Victoria, B. C, at thc
Post Ofiice, Vancouver, and at this
, department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders wil] not he considered unless
I made on  the  printed  forms supplied.
ind signed with    tlieir   actual   signatures,  stating  their occupations    and
plates of residence.    In the case    of
firms, tlie actual signatuie, the nature
Jof the occupation and place of resid-
I ence of each member of the firm must
] be ghen.
Each tender must be accompanied
'by an accepted chenue op a chartered
] bank, payahle to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, erpial to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
Iof the amount of the tender, which
I will be forfeited if the person tenderling  decline  to enter  into  a  contract
! 1 when callel upon to do so, or fail to
ei i_._  ,, _..,. . ,
OLD-TIMER    IS
VISITING
EDMONTON
Edmonton, Oct. 26.���A visitor to Edmonton today is Col. Thomas Scott. < [
Winnipeg,   who  came  west   from   Toronto  with  the Wolsley  Red  River es-1
pedition in 1870, and has been a resident   in  Winnipeg ever since.    He  is!
one   of   tbe   oldest   old-timers   In   the
west, but has never before visited Edmonton.    He was lor tweny-fonr years I
an  official  of  the   Dominion  customs |
department, but  retired  tills year. ,
That Edmonton is much more prosperous in appearance than Winnipeg
was at this stage of its growth is Colonel Scott s opinion. "Of course, Winnipeg in the SO's suffered a slump that
Bet it back twenty years, lt is hardly !
likely that Edmonton will experience 1
the hard tin.es that, struck Winnipeg
Who Said Xmas
It is time to start on your Xmas   work.      We   Ha
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to.open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the .facilities of their
laape and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid  on   Savings
Balances half-yearly.
"''"siness   Accounts    opened
ou ravorafalc   terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS:;$48,OOO.000
NEW   WESTMINSTE. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec��� Liverpool.
Laurentic   	
i New, triple screw, 14,882
Canada  	
Megantic	
Dominion	
Oct. n
..lis I
..Nov. 5
.Nov. 12
Nov. H
NOTICE TO  MARINERS.
complete the work contracted for. If
j the tender he not accepted the cheque
: will be returned.
The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
By order.
It. C. DBSROCHERS,
Enter Information has been received : Secretary
relating to the  North    Ann    bridge, Department ot Public Works,
Praser river, thai fe bridge will    bo i       Ottawa, September 21, 1910.
closed only thieo days    for    repairs, 	
viz.:  27th, -Stb and 29th of October, I    Newspapers will not be paid for this
i;n_. 'advertisement  it' they insert it with-
V'icloria, B.C., Ocober 20, 1UJ0.        out auL'io-ity from the department.
The Dessert That's Taken
The Country By Storm
We are almost overwhelmed with the
tremendour demand for Mooney's Sugar
Wafers.
Thousands of families from coast to
coast are enjoying them in place of pastry
and cake.  There's a reason for this Sugar
Wafer hunger. Get a package today
and note how crisp and dainty the crusts
are���how delicious the sweet cream
centers.
You never have tasted such a delight-1
ful, satisfying confection as
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christmas Sailings.) ,
Laurentic  ..     Dec
Canada      Dec. 1��
The Laurentic and Megantic ��r*
new White Star steamers-tli elargw
und moBt modern from Canadian
ports.
For  rates,
apply  Id
berth  reservatl ms,
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R'
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. "���
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, K*"1
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
The Dessert That is Asked For Again
Whenever a toothsome dainty is wanted���at luncheon, dinner, tea���or at your
next party���serve Mooney's Sugar Wafers
���with fruits, ices, sherbets, tea, coffee or
cool drinks.
the finest bakery in Canada. You can be
sure they are pure. You can easily get
them from your grocer in 10 and 25 cent
dainty, dust and damp-proof tins.
Put Mooney's Sugar Wafers on your
shopping list NOW. [i2|
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in
The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Co., Ltd. ; ; ; l^
JEGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Ave""'
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   P'csS
E. M. Dominy, Pro-
.... 609 Victoria
Stieet.
Mrs
near The Dally News Co.
Try a  "WANT"  ad In Tlie
U jrUi feria* r��uJU.
N'e
.8.
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��.. _i.nK. .URSDAV. OCTOBER 27, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Rank of Montreal
"���"^BTABUSHKD 1��17.
$14,400,000.00
rAPlTAL     11,000,000.00
RESERVE   	
pbtB throughout Canada and
Briin iiind anu in London. Eng-
Newf')U'ui'''''Vk Chicago and Spokane,
land. ^\ ? Mexlco City. A general
0.S.A- '" uUBlness transacted.
banking     .��� .   ue(1_   available
SiSSi.. *�� ***** -
it ment���Deposits
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Let-
wit li
the
world- k D3pai_ ^^^^
s .vl0nf in sums of *l  and upward,
Surest allowei t
it 3 per cent, per
annum    I  >'^ ..'.^'jlSO.OOO.OOO.OO
Total  A8SI '���	
NFW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Re lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, IT
and IS, block 42 of section I!, block ll,
1 North range 7, west In the district of
New  Westminster.
I    WHEREAS proof of the loss of cer
ti. cate of title number 3379P, issued
in the name or Sarah Mlchle has been
I filed  in  this ollice.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN thai
II shall, ai the expiration ol one month
from the date of the fit st publication
thereof, In a daily newspapei  publish-
| ed in the city of New Westmln! ter, Ls
sue a duplicate ol the said certificate,
unless  ir  tbe  meantime  valid  o   i
' tion be made to me In writing,
('. S. KEITH.
Districi  Registrar of titles,
Land Registry Offlce, New Wei tmin
ster, li. ''., September .7. 1910.
DR BRYCE ON kussia is in good
'   WESTERN CANADA      �����
Well Known Scientist and
Theologian Tells Nation
Has Been Welded.
Czar's    Country   Has   Over    Hundred
Million    Surplus���Warning    Is
Issued.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Westminster
Transfer Co.
t,fflc8 .phone 11*      a*��� "������� ��'
Columbls  Street.
Bapage   delivered   promptly     a
,ny part of tie citj.
Lyht and Heavy Hauling
6   QFPICE-TBAM  OFPm
"To The
General PuMi<
Dr. l      .   one of the professors in
college ami one of the besl
i n  in  i he Canadian   Mi.ld e
delivered   the   presidential   ad-
��� ii   ! i eting of the Royal Soli      In (ittawH a few days ago.    He
ehoKi subjecl   the  Canadian-  I '
St, Petersburg, Oct. 2f:.���r.rand vizier Hakki Pasha's tiuesl for gold for
Turkey lies provoked Finance Minister Kokovtzeft a categoric declaration
thai Uns.-ia hai no Intention or raisin:', anv foreign or internal loans and
thai the currenl financial .vear prompt surplus   of   200,000,000   rubles
J?
TAKE   NOTICE.
Where can 1 get th< best potal ���:���*- In
It;   '.'    Onlj   one   answer   to  thai
question.
W. Unit Cook. 527 From street, city,
pi me i     l le hns nothing    bul    11 ���
:���     ��� ���      nice and n ealj,    Ti :���
Prlcef   0   K.,  b;   the  sack  or
1 ion.
fori el  the address
i rn Canada,
lonal    life,   said    Dr.
! e   said   to   havo   i
tlon  '���:   1867,   The
tin oni   ol   western   Can
id    :       heei flrsl  of n  d< -
or,   This   was   in
iart dm    ��� ence i xerclsed by
i npany.   Winnipeg
had n    ��� sentimi nil  than
Toronto.    The es-
��� - sentlmenl  had
been   lai geh   ��� e I   to   by   the
_t | ion I    lO'.ci    ior   :iiiuii>>.
Gardin,ern!,��a;d,ner    HATT COOK
...bom $103,000,000) over the estimated c\| endil ui". I le sav a he will
nol  have to go to the banks for the
��� ation ol converting Russia's high-
t . . intei ei I lo in of 5 i er coin into
one of 4 Vt per cent, ai this is now
pi aci icable becau e of Russia's im-
prov eii economic ct ndH lon.
This de ilarat I in is regarded al St,
Petersburg as prlmarllj addressed to
i; e   financial   side of  the  An
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. K.
(dally except Sunday I. .22.00
8:30���Vancouver via li  C. E. It.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
Vancouver via B. C. E. It.
(daily  except Sunday)..11:00
���Vancouver via B. ('. !���'.. R.
(daily excepl  Sunday)..16:00
via   ll.  C.   E.   K.
except   Sunday (..23:00
via   B.  C.   E.   R.
except Sunday)., v
via   li.   ('.   E..R.
except Sunday)..13
30���United States via O. N. R.
(daily excepl  Sunday).. 8
00���United States via G. N. R,
(dally except. Sundaj l~16
i:: mi-
is-.Oil
s', un
11:00-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
(Oard   of   trade���new wkbt-
minster board of Trade meets in tne
hoard room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month:
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at tj p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may ba
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
-Victoria
(daily
Victoria
(daily
-Victoria
i daily
IB
^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_,
ada i        i en who had fill- ���n alliance  and  its   1 urKis.i  pollcj
ed  the nor-general  of
30
Oil
III
���00
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block. Sixth street.
ind    Eu-
8:30
Fi a ei
exi epl
Fraser
except
8:31
{_, G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
t- ���   Westminster  Trust  Building
R����m  New Westminster. B. C.
Phone 661 Residence   Phone  133
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,  New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Pirate Hospital.
Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
}'���-, weekly. For further partlcu-
lart   apply   to   Hospital.   Tele-
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in sakness���but delicate, giving put
the right uvour.    Use no other.
151
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
c;
Gold Watc'jes for Ladi.-s from |12./i
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
16 00.
-   ..:  Watches,   gents'  open    case
17.60 up.
Agent    for    Waltbam   and      Elgin
v, ��� bes.
\\ ii ���   repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
...   to  25  H.   P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Port Mann
Ten acres In section 21, range
2. at (1000; one-quarter casi:.
Twenty acres in secion 20,
range 2, at $1000;    one-quarter
casli.
For   subdivision,   these   are
moneymakers.
City Property
l'i'st class lots on Seventh
avenue, sin. le or double, well
sits: ted, 6fixl32. Tills is a gi i d
buy.
Good  building lots on El|
avenue, near Second street. Enquire abom this, there Is money
to be made.
Houses
We liave a number of choice
bouses for sale from $1600, for
(260 cash, balance easy, to $1"
000.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Germany  lias  never ceased  to  press
for a quotation  ol   her securitlei   on
���  .    Paris   Bourse,   which   she   first
- mghl when she settled amicably the
Casablanca Incident.   There is now a
movement   In   Berlin,   which   i.   sup-
iis maiestv !",ne l ''>'  ,l,e new foreign  minister,
successful Canadian  gov-   "ami.  Kir,,iorlin-\Vac|,tei. ro try a fall
I with M. Pinchon, the French foreign
minister, somewhat similar to that by
which the  kaiser and Chancellor Von
Buelow engineered the downfall of M.
Delcasse  over   Morocco.     M.   Plnchon
has taken a much stronger stand than
was   expected    in   resisting    the    advances    upon    French    capital    from
Canada. Noni I i i howe> er, ha l
shown so i '.' and sympathetic
Interesl In all things western as the
presenl governor-general, who Dr,
..:"��� ce fell ��� ft ou 'I receive the
eartj commendation of liis majest j
as the mosl
ernor.
The Canadian parliament had also
played a large pari In tlie Canadiani-
ztlon of the west, the task of gathering the scattered units of the country
and welding them together having
heen done chiefly by two great leaders, men of different shades of polit i
  slianes oi ponu-
-al opinion, but both believed in west- garters which are not politically comn Canada.   To deal with the insur-! operating with France.
ection in the west, to unite hostile *��� Kokovtzeft has let it be known
and diverse elements, to allay dis-',lal Russia which used to take all
content on railway questions and to!.he mone>' that France had to spare.
grapple with the building of the Cana
9:25���All   points  east
rope  (daily)   	
22:30���All  points easl   and
ro| e i adlly i   	
9:25-  Sap] ei ton    and     Fi
Mills      (daily
Sundayi
20:00���-Sap) erton    and
mills       (daily      except I
Sunday)
9:25���-Coquitlam   (daily
Sunday)       	
13:00���Central     Park     and
monds     l daily     except
Sunday)       11:00
14:00���EaBt Burnaby and Bur-
quit'am (dailye except
Sunday)    14:00
10:00���Timberland. Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster i Tuesday and
Friday)         14:00
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville,   Sunbury I daily
except   Sunday    13:3d
10:00���Annalis Island Monday
Wednesday     and     Fri-
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, Sll Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR  AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! .MAN'A-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver,    Phone   3676,     Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if  unable to  visit  us.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BAKK1S-
ters ami solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. N ,w
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmcsids.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets: Vancouver offlces, WllMams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
Han  Pacific  railway  from  tlie  Atlan-
t-Ic to ihe Pacific was tbe task of the'
late  Sir John  A.  Macdonald.  a  Canadian  of  the  hardy   British    race   that
leads the world.    The other leader, al-
BO a Canadian, belonged to the other
renowned   race  of   Europe.    He   too,
a oui i have a   great   transcontinental
railway to his credit, and the formation of two great Canadian provinces.
.1'. I these with love of a great young
nation, would l e to him a
honor
does not need it any more. To that
extent Russia can support the policy
of holding France's savings as a weapon in the present European duel, This
is regarded as of immediate importance here, where theie is a widespread conviction that the present
"nirkish regime and Young Turkism
will collapse into choas within three
:. onths.
No   members   of   tlie   headquarters
staff of  Russia's  southwestern  army
crown of  corP8   :';   ,;:t'   Kieff  headquarters  are
I al ing leave this autumn
(Tuesday,
and    Satur-
 13:30
Piper's    Sid-
G.     N.     R-
:20
The   remarkable   success   of   Russia's  military  flying  men  al  tlie   St.
Petersburg   aviation   meeting   aroused
tin   enthusiasm   of  the   masses,  who
mver  expected  ti  ste  anything  successful  done by  the iron in  uniform.
Over   100,000   persons    were    present
when Lieutenant  Rudneff flew for an
and three-quarters and landed accurately   inside   a   twelve-meter mease
v   i      had bei n n aii ki d for him.   An-
���  ���    officer remained in the air an
hour an.l  a   half,  vvhile fourteen  flew
for over half an hour.
day
10:00���Woodwards
Thursday
day
9:00���Vancouver.
ing     via      ^^^^^^^^
(daily except Sunday)..14
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton   (Tuesday, Thursday.   Friday    and    Sat-
day       ..' 15:00'
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday i  15:00
8:30���Burnaby  Lake   (daily  ex-
cei t Sunday   16:ff0
20:00���Abbotsford. Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sun lay)    !
.5:45���Crescent,White Rock and
Blaine     (daily     except
Sunday)        8:00
45���Hall's Piaiiie. Fern Ridge
and Bazlemen (Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday)   8:00
AUDITOR   AND  ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 9, Westminster Trust block,  city.
cTPMnfiVlAPHV
TYPEWRITING
Leaves Bl ackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers and freight  as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri-
flay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster
Under the heading of law and or-
lei  In the wesl  Dr, Bryce first re'er-
ed to the justice mi ted oul   bj   the
:   Ison  Ba;   company, later followed
i\  the organization ���    r<      at  i
ml the firm administration of Ju   i e
j which '. i - had 11 - d ie effect.   <)ne of
e chief pn    e      with wl ich the law
: tad to       ���' d been the subduing
e Tnd   n* ti Ibes ol   tl e  wei I
874 the mounted police I was t
al I ed ' ' as 1st In the surmout ting
if this and other difficulties and
.���vents proved 'his one of the great-
isl achievements of the western gov-i
.rnuient, Another Important element
a western d< elopmenl had been the JAPS are
establishment  ol its natural highway.
Unity   with   diversity   is   the ^H          ������___
vairhvvori for anuda. sail Dr. Bryce. New Vork. Oct. 26,���Bertram L.
l'here must be some fair average ot Simpson, who under the pen name jf
husiness community between east and Putnam Weale. is known as an inter-
west. Unity of spiiit grew trom equal- national authority on Chinese politics.
ity of opportunity and  character and  discusses   tlie   piesent    relations    be-
ichlevement,   sense   and   worth,   must   tween  China  and  .lapan  in  an  inter-1 ���������������������
Ibe the binding tie of east  and  west, 'view today, following liis return from! Departures.
Union was quite compatible with povjthe Seniles conferences in  Europe. 6:45���To Seattle, Port Moody, Bar
I litical  differences.    The  old   style   if      he says:     "The annexation  of  Ko- Uett and Vancouver,
watchwords or  hereditary bias | rea by Japan  Is the most  si. nificant'    8:00���To Vancouver
u'KEE.MAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, husiness
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The   Pacific   Coast   Fire   In
suraoce Co.
The    Prudential     Investment
|      Co.
The B.C. Permaient Loan Co.
REACHING
FOR     ALL
CHINA
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Servcce New
Westminster
WHITE,  SHILES  fc  CO
leal   Estate  and  Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm   and  sunnrban  property,
62S and 746 Columbia St.
pai ty
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Repairs Promtply Executed.
irnarvon   and  sixth  St,   New
���  ��� .inster B. C, Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given  on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
should he the method and in this rei
Spect western Canada bad been of
service to the east In supply new questions to awaken its interest.
One salient feature in thp diversities of Canadian life was the difference of the English and French languages  anions  the  original  Canadian   .,	
. Ipopulation wliich had prevailed tor one] dominate completely its externa
i" j Hundred and titty years since Canada  ' �����   --���>--       tm,���   !������,���������
'became  English.    The  mere logician
.le Handed   uniformity   and   said   that
equality   of   treatment   would   require
that German, Scandinavian and Gall-
ilan Bhould have tlie sane official rec-
ignition as French.   But treaty ii. ht.-i,
: century and a half of usage and a'emiire than
irge native-born Bectlon of more tli tu :
two  and  a   half  millions   of  French-1       *   * ""
i Canadians placed their claim on a dif-  bui   the   majority
ereiit  plane.    Difference of language      ^^^^^^ '
lid not Interfere with unity of a.'Hon
ind was entirely compatible with Ci-
Inadlan uniiv.    Nor was this unity  in
my   way   inconsistent   with   religious
liioiences   unless   those   were   henc.
inieasonable and  un-Christlan.    Lib-
arty of conscience, within the limits
it national life must be an element in
lie national life of every strong peo-
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancou-
r and local points.
15:65���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
fact or in tlie international polities of,    	
Uie Ear East In a century.    The Jap-i��er and local points.
anese are reaching for all of China. If,
southern  Manchuria poes the wav  of Iwii Sumas.
Korea the fate of Peking is sealed, for     16:45���To   Vancouver     and    local
then Japan will be only six hours by  points. Agassiz and loeal^poRits
rail from the Chinese capital, and able
if not to annex the country at least to  points
OiniS.     flfi��P3H.    m..*.     ."      .   --���
19:36���To Montreal and    Okanagan
internal policy. The Japanese believe this is the period of their nis-
tory exactly similar to the eighteenth
century in England's history, wuen
Britain founded her empire. They believe if all opportunities are taken advantage of Japan will found a vaster
England's.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
Montreal,
GALVLN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 40 Lome street.
Phone R 508.
bLNbO.. �� AVhic .. M*H. KHUU,
Game, Yee-etablcs. etc. Dean BlocK,
next to Bank of Montreal
Dealer, Upholsterer and UndenaKer,
corner Agnes and Mckenzie Btreets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
^ were    industrious.
law-abi ling people. Tlie other and
largest body of foreigners who had
been setttling in the prairie provinces
were the Riitlienians. They were Slavonian in race, active, quick-tempered,
industrious people who were scattered
In many reserves and in almost every
city or town where labor was re-
qulred,
whet her
7:43���From
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Pan!
Kootenay and Sumas.
10: IS���From     Agassiz
and local points.
16:16���From Vancourer.
IS: 45���From     Vancouver,^
and local points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C
Vancouver.
Okanagan.
Vancouver
V\ Lai MINSTER WOODWOKhJNU
Co., bank, office and store Uttiugs;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manieis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box 254. Pbone
473.
Seattle
Nicola
H.  C.  B.  FOSTER,
couver.
A.  G.  P.  A.,
P..
Van
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.    THE LAT-
est in fire fighting apparatus.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
Columbia stieet.    Phone 051.
Tbe   chief   question    was
.���      ; r".,:Peist-  coul I   nat   these   foreigners   would    obey    Cana-
intlnte^atet^on:        J^ STcS& <SS3 SK
Se    Ths was. of course, debata- sential
",:. ���m.l   bUl  the speaker was deal- country.
.;;������    with   the   system,   but   look- Inhn
��� Bl education as the agency foi tbe
to
labor   it
won en
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" "d /'P'.nce ������g__.
Largest���Surest���Swiftest     3500 tons.    ���- RUPERT 11:30 p.
Leavo   Vancouver   (JohnstonWhart) to-,' ���' Rupert hy s.
m.   Monday   and   Friday.    Close connections at  nmu       '���pR|NCE
S.  "PRINCE   ALBERT"   to   Stewart   on   arrival   Ol    S.     .
RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE."
the development of the
They performed the manual
required,  and    their   young
  ,.-, ,.,^ ..���  [made    invaluable    household
ilding  up of a  united  and  powerful   workers.    Judging from tlieir desire to
The fact  thai  the  English  lan-  learn Canadian ways they would form
vvrs   taught   in   the   schools   of, a   useful   element    in    nation-buildiug.
ii the west  vvas a proof Dr. Bryce took historic parallels from
ol   education  as a  Canadian    life    to    support  liis stiUe-
CANADIAN PACIFIC
U. Coast iSM'mgs
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WUKfe.8, jas.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monnmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
f-oliinabla street,  New  Westminster
tate.
i.r. I   ^^
... ery class
,r tlie Importance
After all those who came
i>�� ��� -^ Rrr ir--0;"
city
"PRINCE   ALBERT'
i.i. Monday ami for Queen ChariotU
''  ���*��� Thursday, iir-dnesday an.l Saturday.
For victoria and settle 2:00 p. m. Wednesdaj
,���-i ���Uaolnfl cars between
Sold    vestibule    trains    of coaoheii and iim.    i^ York> Tor.
Chicaoo.   Detroit.   London,   Hamilton    Niagara  r       ,        ^��.    pa||way
onto,  Montreal,  Portland,  Boston, etc.    "Iljw ��
i .   >ha  American  continent,
under  one  management  on  the fi.trertm.
,     i ,������ . and full information, passenge. 01
For rates   time tables, booklets ana mu
trel��lit, apply to L V-DRUCE,
H. G. SMITH, "comme'clal   Agent.
T��g?.!?RrrfidO���Wll��BUl,  Vancouver
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
yj&ffi *^K2fi riS^n darsecond proolem  was the
h00l8,    The universltj  Of Ma        a   ���.i;.*"',lnMllx  M  Americans   into   the
00,  rorme.l   hy  a   nni.m $**$��]*$*    statisUcs showed  that  15 per
""*k,S'  Und6:f STbSftJleS ������ cent  of the influx was German lit ori-
,,,,,,,1 some Ol i-s 'est stii,.enu e ^^ Scandinavian:  40 per
hese foreign lmf^n^'   dlan utflty cent   returning   Canadians   or   their
,n ,MS "U,";."e\o-   W?TouSS Sren   an.   10 l-er cent  native-horn
'���""'���   """,', H,"'.vodel.      The I Americans     Dr.   Bryce   gave   details
V"""l' .'. ese      s Se SfigSni. The|of a  number of settlements to prove
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Daily
1:00 p.m    Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Daily
11:00 p.m .... Dally except Saturday
11:110 p. m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone IS. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J, Traehy, Prop.
2:00 p. m.
Daily
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 101!. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
irsi
3060.
,w o. ���"��-""���I,-"���,, fVom Europe.1 Ms  contentions.      In    conclusion   he
w0 bodies Of loieigneis mr y . American settlers without
"he Doukhobors am 1 Rt'   ^'"^^/^Vccptlon.  had  declared  their  preiei-
.h0.e about ^^"^Xrg m"   ence for Canadian laws and bad also
y raged,    The P����mobOPl 'were a ence Canadian customs, al-
��"!��" K-T^T^^^'SSS  became British  subjects and
tartans, and as a rute a morai �� wpi.e ,n generaj n\.
l"e0,;o the iovernment and the police, migrants. ..
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2.00 p. m    Mondays
8:00 a'.,m.. .Thursday8 and Saturdavs
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Everv Saturdav
TO PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p. m    Every Thursday
S. S. Beaver leaves New  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;  leaves Chilliwack 7 a.iu.
Tuesday,   Thursday    and   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.  B.  FOSTER,
A. O. P. A , Vancouver.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are beld in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.: W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretary
IT  PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
I . -IN-
I
THE OAttV NEW*
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27
1910,
The Daily News
Published by Tbe Dally News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Stieets.
E. A.  Paige Managing   Director
^-vLjusJiSi"'*"
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1910.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
BY WAY OF SPORT.
Wo  do not   celebrate our funerals
with games, nor use tlie grave as    a I
starting-post     lor     races,   says   the
i
Nation. To us it would seem harsh
to gather in fervid chariots tlie dust
so lately human, and hy the si. lit of
wrestling youths to recall a vanished
prowess, In this country we think it
more lining to commemorate the dead
in the sherry of a lugubrious lunch.
Bul the secure judgment of the universe is against us. and cn every
quarter ol' the world's round tlie grief
of deatli has received its consecration in athletics. On steppe and
prairie the mourners gallop round the
tomb; in tlie Caucasus they dance In
rivalry of sorrow; and in Western
islands they mingle the cheer of the
hurling match with their lamentations.. The first athletic sports of
which we real were held at the
funeral when Achilles mourned over
Ills departed friend, and in his honor
presented a first-rate needlewoman as
flrst prize in the chariot-race, and, as
consolation to tbe loser In the wrestling match, a good maid-of-all-work,
valued at. four oxen and what the
poor girl thought cf heing bestowed
upon a loser and valued at only one-
third of the tripod that was tbe first
prize, estimated at twelve oxen,
Heaven only knows!
So. if we were not a peculiar peo-
Tle, we should expect to find the
���sporting Lord Derby buried in tlie
middle of the Epsom course.   We may -
���suppose it was tbe commemoration of *
heroic tombs that  gave to the Greek P��-'ls->'��"-Please.   contest,
games a certain solemnity and religious permanence, keeping them
���alive for more than a thousand years,
and   allowing   hardly  an   Interruption ner ���� ,he foot raco ^rked the date.
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
One Night, Thanksgiving, Monday, Oct. 31st
The   Success of Three Continents
"Mrs. Wiggs of
the Cabbage Patch"
By   Annie   Crawford Flexner and
Alice Hegan Rice
LIEBLER & CO., Managers.
300 Nights al Terry's Theatre, London, England
Prices:   $1.00,  75c, 50c and 25c
in their regularity, till Tbeodosius
condemned the old gods to twlllghi
and exile, four centuries after the
liirtb of Christ. In Homeric times, a
further touch   of religion-   came    in,
in     wliich ances that deface our civilized middle-
every kind of violence was permitted, age.    The    necessity    of    appearing
except   biting  and    the    gouging    of'naked in    the    gymnasiums    checked
eyes;   but in later centuries the  win-'such deformity, and tlie    young    athlete's diet of figs and cheese���no wine
heing  allowed���probably  conduced  to
a life-long temperance.    "Good form,"
rather than speed or size of muscles.
simply   because   the   foot  race   came
flrst on the program of "events."   The
Romans dated by their consuls, quite
important people in their  time,    but' was always the object of training dur
hard to remember.    We bave trouble  lng the best age;    no    records    were
enough to date by tbe    numbers    of  kept of times or distances,   and
since a god would assist a competitor successive years.    Hut if we dated by.miration  was bestowed on  style.    Af
in  answer ti  prayer���as  happened  in
when,     having
the stroke    of the    winning    'Varsity  is  well  known,  tiie winner at one of
fhe  page  of  T'lysses
just   "tied"    foi
Ajax, he entered for the foot-race and   get   0|.  Reform   Bm  belongs    to    the
won  with a  spurt  inspired by  Pallas year  when  wilson    of    cbristchtirch   whole clty' and llis tellow townsmen
Athene, "'ho "made both liis feet   and  st!0ked the winning    eight    for    the  went out t0 11)eet  l'i:n with songs und
lands feel liy'.it."    Tlie original prac- ,hi,.d  time."  how  many  of  us  would  dances.   Hymns of mingled praise and
ti-e of pawies    as training    for    war  pasa an examination in  the sequence  KOod
natnrallv increased-the*r seriousness '0f history?   And   yet   we   call our-'
en-l onlv an armv'of. runners, in^pe'-.  seive3 an athletic    people,    and    the
feet   tramjncr  w0'ild  have  th .ushi pf haughtiest chauffeur wears    blue    on
cbar=ine the enemy at full snee-1 over  i)0at race day. given   a   front   seat   at   public   eere-
a mile of roueh ground, as the Athen-      in his excellent    work    on    "Greek   monies and free  meals In  the    town
T-no   fin  ro   Marathon.    Imagine  the Athletic  Sports and    Festivals"    Mr.   hull; while at Sparta the winner of an
British .oldier's linen, re at receiving  Norman Gardiner tells us tbere  was
such a cr-r,-_ari . !    When we add the  n3    betting   in    the    contests.    Tbat
. ip-retic   and   definite  mind     of  the  seems tlie more remarkable since, in
Greeks, their  r'elieht   In  competition, the chariot race at Patroclus* tuneral,
t^elr np.Mon for nhvsical proportion.  Idomeneus, the Cretan, bet Ajax evens
and their lnveH- climate, t .->t allowe .  jn  cauldrons that Dlomede was  lead-
crew, and had to    record    upon    the the great contests contributed a glorv,
the  wrestling    with   ,a���ets (;f ,nemm,., ..,,,,, wa].   0,. Hud.  ^    ^    ^    ^ ^^    ^ ^ ^
advice, of which Pindar's were
probably the finest as well as the last,
were composed in bis honor.    He was
CLEARANC
STORE   HOURS:   8 A.M. to 6 P.M.; SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
DRESS GOOD
VALUE TO $2.00 FOR 75c P'R YARD.
Ami a line lot of exclusive suitings aie Included here,    Self striped broadcloths, plain venel
chevrons and novelty suitings in  two-lone effects  make a  splendid selection for the early shop)	
about  .">n lengths in all and they range In lengths trom tour to seven yards,   Get here In time, .
like these will not  remain here long, nnd the earlier you come the heller the choice. An exi i llei I
of colorings.    Regular values as high as $2.00 per yard, lor 7_
FANCY LINENS
See our window display of fancy linens.   A suggestion of Thanksgiving.    The  variety  shown     . ,.
gives an idea of tlie extensl e slock on hand.   We invite your Inspection.
Doyleys and Centre Pieces from   35c [r(lch
Tray Cloths and Runners fr nn  50 Each
Tea Cloths and Pillow Shams from 75c Each
Table Cloths
Kxcellent values offered in Table Cloths
for Thanksgiving use. A large assortment of
new  designs.    Inspect tbem.
Size 63x76, special    $1.25
S-4  Damask Cloth  $1.50 and $1.25
8-10 Linen Cloths  $2.25
R-10 Linen Cloths $2.75
Linen   Sets, Cloth with Nakins to match, from,
per set $5.00
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I
Silk Lined Gloves, 50c
Cashmere Gloves witli plain silk lining Some
have suede finish. Colors are black, hrown. tan
and fawn.    All sizes.    Per pair 50c
Camp Blankets at a
Reduction
To   induce early  buying.    A    strong,    serviceable,  (lark grey  Blanket in the following sizes:
s ih. large size, regular $r,.oo for  $4.50
7 lh. large sizes, regular $4.60 for $3.95
i; lh. large sizes, regular $3.75 for $3.35
Table Napkins
A   ch 'ice range In Table Napkins,    W'e i
a   specialty of ready  hemmed goods.
't-f.    Napkins,  hemmed    $1.25
!">-��    Napkins,  hemmed    $1.75
6-8 and  3-4 Napkins, pure linen   $2.25
6-8  and  "--1  Napkins, pure linen    $2.50
.".-I    Napkins, pure linen   $2.75
"-4    Napkins, pure linen    $3.50
::-!    Napkins, pure linen    $4.00
Gloves at 35c a pair
In black,   hrown. grey and fawn, lisle and i
mere.      Fine  quality.     Fast    colors.    All
In stock.    Rare values, per pair   35c
Tempting Offerings in
Flannelette
lim  yards White Flannelette.    27 Inchi
Per yard 8c
29 Inch St ipeii Flannelette,    Per yard ... 10-
'.'���2 inch Striped Flannelette.    Per yard . ...12'2c
Double  Warp  Flannelette in a  wide range   ol
stripes.   Not advanced in price eii her; ::>; n.'   i
wide.   Peryard 	
Olympic contest was granted the
honor of tbe most dangerous place in
battle. Yet, in spite of all this glory,
tbe athletic qualities most praised in
the odes are modesty and the self-re-
rnmplete nakedness at all the games ing, and the wager was only broken st.aint that delights in
open-air gymnasiums, so tbat   no off by Achilles,    who    very    sensibly
V.aitv He'eet could be con^ea'ed from asked  them  what was the    good    of
ridicule, we can to some extent under-' losing their tempers by betting when.
stand,  not   onlv   the  interest   in   atli- in any case tbey would soon know the
l^-tir-s. such as is common among our. result.    But certainly, in the best age
���ypives. but  a  religious,  national, and of Greek athletics, which We may put
artistic enthusiasm thit would anneir in the sixth century before Christ, the
���evaegerated in these times to all but interest in the sports required no ex-
t; "   boys  and   masters  of  our  public tra stimulus from    gambling.    Bodily
schools. training was then    In    reality    what
Hen'-e it  carre  about  that  all    the Plato made It In his model country���
atMetlc    festivals     wee     ce'ebrated 'an  equal   half of education;   and  we
with  solemn  ritual,  and  the  greatest can imagine that, as Plato says in the
of them w-as one of   tb"    very    few "Laws," not  to be able to swim was
recognized bonds    of Hellenic    unity, as sure a sign of an uneducated per-
holding tlie (.-eo'-'S    together    in the SOn  as not being able to real.    Ath-
rridst of the dim hordes of Barbarians letics and the arts went to make the
who swarmed over the   outskirts    of perfectly developed   man.   who could
toil,    without
which, says Pindar, very few men win.
PEAT    FUEL.
People Are Clamoring For Cheap Ontario   Fuel.
Ottawa. Oct. 20.���The experiment
made by the Mines Department dur-
insr the past month of placing on the
local market 600 tons of peat manufac-
lured into domestic fuel at. the Government experimental plant at Alfred,
a few miles east of Ottawa, has
proved a great success. The whole
supply offered was sold within a few
days at ?.2:2'i a ton, and since then
there lun; been a deluge of orders for
further supplies.    There is a general
NOTICE
the    world.    During   the   games    at.  fulfil   the   human   functions  cf   peace |con6ensus of opinion among those who
Olympia. as is well known, a truce of and   war  with  ease    and    versatility.'
God prevailed among all Hellenic peo-  .\nd we must, remember that this edu-
I le   such  as  now  prevails among ouricatlon did not, stop, as with us, In the
political  parties  after the death  of a|case  0f the  working classes  at. four-
king, though  its limit was  more de-j teen, and in  the case Of the rich at
linite'y  fixed.    The    historians    even
twenty-two,
but
was       continued
have used the new fuel that it is
cheaper and more satisfactory than
coal. The results of the first year's
operation of the government plant, at
Allied  Indicate  that there  Is  nn  im
mense  field   for  commercial   exploita-
dated  historic  events  hy  the  names ' throughout  life,  so that among    the j tion in developing tlie very larsd peat
of the winners���at   first,   apparently,' Greeks there were  very  few of    the  deposits scattered  throughout  central
ti.f-  winners of the "pancration,"    or   swag-bellies    and    bulging    protuher- Canada.
Notice is hereby given that at Extraordinary General Meetings of the
Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Company, Limited, beld on tbe 22nd day
of September, 1910, and the 17th day
of October, 1010, a special resolution
was passed to wind up tbe Company
voluntarily, and appointing the Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Company, Limited, Liquidators for the purpose of such winding up.
And notice is given tbat the creditors of the said Company are required
on or before the First day of December, 1910, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of debts
or claims, verified under oath, and the
names and addresses of their solicitors (if any), to the Westminster
Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd., at
N'ew Westminster, B, ('., the liquidators for the said company, and if so
required by notice in writing from
tlie said liquidators, or by their solicitors, to come in and prove their
said debts or claims, as sliall he specified in such notice or In default thereof tbey will be excluded from the
benefit of any distribution befoie such
debts are paid.
Notice is hereby a'so given that a
meeting of the creditors of the Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Co., Ltd..
will be held ln the hoard room of the
Westminster Trust .t Safe Deposit
Co.. Ltd., building on the corner of
Columbia and Lorne streets, al the
city of New Westminster, B, C, on1
Thursday, the 3rd day of November,
1010, at the bour of lour o'clock in j
the afternoon.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.l)
11110.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST ti.
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO.. LTD..
Liquidators
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WORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Cerllne. PHONE 473
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| WATCH    REPAIRS
* Probably that  watch of yours ls not giving vou proper satisfaction.
��� lou haie had it  In the repair shop, hut, while It is running, will nol
I     run accurately.    The reason for dissatisfaction   is  that   the  man   "l"1
* did  the repairs Is either Incapable or doing good work or Is not con-
JBClentlous In his work, or, in all probability, he Is gifted with botl   of
lhe faults mentioned.
��� W'e have been fortunate in securing the services of a first f,'iss
watch nan who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A man
who will tell vou the truth in regard to the condition of vour watch,
and will repair it properly, and, as a consequence, It will not "����'
run, but keep accurate time.
Agents for  Howard,  Ball and Longine Watches.
Chamherlin's
THE
-     ���       JEWELER
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
���     Farm Land For
Sale Cheap
Fifty acres good land half mile from
Cloverdale (upland), easily cleared;
already burned over; will be subdivision property before long when town
grows; only $110.00 per acre on easy
terms.
Business Opportunity
Hotel property on principal street of
growing interior town; railroad, mining, agricultural and stockraising center; splendid opening for tbe right
man, and not too much capital required;  license guaranteed.
White, Shiles & Co.
Facing Moody
Square
Fire Insurance Specialists
Two    cleared    lots    facing    Moody
^^^H       Square    and    commanding    splendid
view.     Price   $1600.00!   easv   terms.
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   Thl8 ��� one of the be8t buys m the
city.
Two Very Cheap
Houses
Two modern residences, six and
seven roms; bath, pantry, baBenient,
eet,; large lot, lane in rear; close to
car line.    Price $3500;  small cash l"iv
n i nt and balance spread over two and
three years.
M��w����v?ap��^J�� ���
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l_tt^1 > THURSDAV. OCTOBER 27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
-���"it    PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS   /'Eat and Be Merry!
**
iii. STHENGIH OF
LsTLLR UNDERESTIMATED
BOWLING
otop starving yourself���stop suffering the pangs of indigestion���stop
worrying about what you dare and dare not eat.
E&t hearty meals of wholesome food, take
Inti
The Colts did some good work I u i
��� "'���ul11   when  they  wenl  to Vancouvei
rior Grapple''5 Are Much Stronger and knocked over 79 more pins than
Than the Ordinary thelr " ""'"*��� �� i
piiys
cai'y
Individual
���ft   toani.  Peterson, of  Westminster
nailed the score with 196, and Smith
I of the locals look the average with
  I 182.
.   , Andreson,  of  Vancouver, officiated
aG.-Somcfc.dy said-     :��� ���,.   fouj lta    . >
Ocl
thing better than any-
..,,  ji   the world  would
ed to
pom 11,
Tic score:
i  i n though a trial  needs |    w,..,,,,,     , , A
his Habitat through O'Conner      1.7 igi 135 i;;t , g
.,    .    .,   Wiggins       Ms 109 137 394 1;;l
oak ln-because   1   Isn 1  Smith       lgg m        .^
���   '! '' true" *n^ 'ls th��iOurrie        170 i:;s 1.7 465 155
older, ns truth becomes Peterson     mi 162 196 502 167
arent. ���   ���   ���   	
��� purely Bocial sense, a     Total      T7T T>11 y,, ,m
1 .. unlovely thing���bul  he      i'��ncouver��� Av
omethlng that all of   us  phUHpg     ]i;i m m 510 i;o ,
. ml" one two-inch step .,. u ,���,,,,,���,    ..,,. M1 ,,; .,.., M��� ������,, and ;,
Hie .-i'i' ���lk aml '"""' d��W, """'".ey       167 ib,  ,-,,;  .,, ug   Btree(  gew
: "' US1";C<;  1,    ,'n'"; M;il,,"i;'       132 156 147 435 145     Speclficatio, e   obtained   a<
!   ";"���,/;,".,: F8\!  7    ' "'' '"  l63149  ,9��163   ""���   Clty   en| '       Sice��btThedco":
.:'      1   V  u lv u, ,1 a- , ,    " ~ potation do.    not bind itself to accepl
etc   -but largely mua. rota!      F86 759 756   2300     the lowest or any tender
���:   la XV':"  W6f     '" '" r- s'-""i''^ <!  Pipe to be delivered to
b, , durable, su] .grace- CHRISTMAS   DAISY  wins the city enginee     Tenders to bVd"
le true ol even tha in- Cambridgeshire stakes r
^nd ycu 11 feel like a new person.    Sour stomach���heartburn���
occasional  Indigestion ��� chronic dyspepsia ��� all yield quickly to
KU-CO   Dyspepsia   Tablets.       The   properly digested  food
res your strer.glh,  your stomach regains its tone, and soon
!'      res no further aid.
:. a box.    If ycur druggist has not stocked them yet send
ooc. and we will mail them.
NATIONAL DHUQ AND CHEMICAL CO. OF C��N
y>
��o* Limited.
MONTREAL.
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,   FISH   BOXES.     LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK     PLAIN     AND
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box  137
CITY  OT   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Sewer  Pipe.
T,l�� '"' I re [Ulres    tenders
r pipe ol the follow-
far   the    Eighth
B
ol the mat.
like Qotch,    Beell, Gama, |
.1 p.m.
DAISY   WINS
Ivered ti   ��� <   underslgi ed by
on Monday, Octol er 31, 1910,
"   ""<���:,.    ������������-'������ i"     Newmarket,   Oct,    26.���The    Cam- W. A   DUNCAN  City Clerk
ml Btand as examples or bridges.ire Stake  Handicap of twen-     City Hall, New Westmlnstei   \*.  C
^ perfect temple."    rhe balance ol  ty  goverelgns each,  with  500 added, Octobei  22, 1910
i most party wheezy, ploth- for   ,1 year-olds   and   up,  distance      Day of flrsl publication   October 24
ted, as the case may he one mile ami a furlong, \\;,- won to- 1910.
,     .   ,   oui   weaknesses  withoul  daj   by Christmas Daisy.    Mustapha,	
1 admit them. ridden by the American jockey. Dan-
...    ing match doesn'l appeal  ny  Maher,  was secon 1  and  Holyone
educational.      We like  the third,  11.  P.   Whitney's   Whlskbroom
.,  ,     md ol blood and thunder that was fourth.    There were   twenty-one
'. the A.  D   T, bo\s auch  ardent   starters
oi Deadwood
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that .lame.   Davis Smith
>ick, ol al, Charles  Carroll's  Torchbearer  won  of Vancouver, B, C, occupation build-
;. .���    when we tind that those physl-  the   Apprentice's  Plate  of   107   sover-  er. intends to apply for permission t
,, e so much clay���are easily elgns     for    three-year-olds   and    up,
I      .    and crumble at the touch���wc  Scarlet Runner was second and l'ains-
begin ' 1 doubt. loll  thinl.    Ten  horses ran.
��� 1 1  like Qotch simply because   *^**���*"" ss
I                 on  the   rest  of  them���but 1                no    MORE    WEST.
I),. mse    he    never    welched���never 	
(Nevada has put into effect an antl-
gamblulng law. 1
There ain't no West no   more.   Bill;
you'd never know the land.
They've built a dry goods store, Bill,
where Peg Leg's used to stand.
Hill-
jest   plain,  brass-buttoned  dubs,
That aim to keep the peace, Bill, an'
cai ry polished clubs.
The good old days is gone, Hill;
they'vi   'i<>nc for certain, shore.
Here's what you kin bet ori, Bill;
there ain't no Wesl uo more.
Stay   back   there  in  the   East,   Bll
v, heie  folks  kin  break  a  law.
when  the  world  consul-
<:.    Qi 11 ���    Hackenschmldl   super-
old  Greek   god  come    to
1 iid ... ben we witnessed his des-
j tears,  liis  tosslm;   up   the
I. we   turned   our   plaudits   to
1 . ,      ad   ail "Exit" to Qeorge for Tho^ Bpt some real police
a , ng, long  while.
: etimes difficult for a grap-
I; ���   to be .ame all the way through
1     ���    . to be.     He wlll   never
I      I through the ropes and refuse to
.    1 back.
many months ago there ap-
|'.   ��� 1 in 1 lie Post a stoiy based on
11 m 1  . onfllt 1   between   Frank
I d 1 ;i'  Jell 1 les 1 who was he,
��� ���'.' 1 in which the grappler won
j thi basis oi phi Steal Qtn68s and
|.'
c Ith Ism we can make on
I ,- now is  that   it   carried  the
j ���    toi    long   a   route���too
I Ten    minutes    would
I ��� tfii lent
. know���but  we hate to admit
I there   are    few    phj slcaily
I a   in   the   world.       That    is,
plenty in number, but the
I ������ ���   too small.
.���   a ... akllng���all to the had -
i'     ' .. i deficient���and as s > in
I      ���    ets s ire, he wants to beal  up
I Finding he can't do that,
loses a run or a knife.
en 1   some  such   aids   to
I ��� ���    bniidt, of London, should
..nee over be directed toll imbOldt, Iowa.
The popularity  of   wrestling   rests
���Hi. this Individual   longing   to   be
Bl     We recall having seen
of  some   physical    culture
school, in  which  were numerous endings of pulpils, bald head and the
purchase     the     following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J,
D, Smith, 8. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption. No. 2051, thence north
about 60 chains more or less, to or
near Saklnaw Lake, thence east 60
chains more or less, tnence south 80
chains more or less, thence west 4<i
chains, more or less, tlience north -H
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to tlle place of
commencement,
JAM KS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster, October 20, 1910,
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS, Agent.
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
FRESH
FRUIT
TOR YOUR
TABLE
��M
Contractors and
Mouse Builders
We have a full   line   or   the   Best
Builders   Hardware in tnis City.
Before Bunding See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Notice   is  hereby   given   that   the
Voters'   List   for  tiie   year    1910    has
been   completed   and   that    the   same
The good o'd times is ceased, Bill, the  may be seen at this office for thirty
Wesl  has come to taw. days  from  tbe  ditto   hereof;   and  any
Why. Two-Tooth Jones Is dead, Hill��� person who shall claim to be added to
he jest shot up a town. tbe said  Voters' List, or any elector
An' 1 il  cracked on the head. Bill by   who  shall   desire  to  liave  any  name
so ine name 0' Brown, erased therefrom, must prefer bis or
Thai wore a silver star, Bill, an' never  her requesl in writing, signed with his
rode a   hos or   her   name,   and   shall    deliver    or
Staj  righl  there where v0u are, Bill cause Bame to be delivered to the City
���the West is growin' moss. Clerk   within  the  time  herein  before
specified.
The faro .ame is closed, Bill; thc lay- W. A. DUNCAN,
out's done heen burned; City Clerk.
Who'd    ever    have    supposed,    Bill,     City Clerk's  Ofllce.  New  Westmin-
iwould be so���I'll be durncd         j ster. II. C. October 16, 1810.
if the) ain't gota rule. Hill, that   '.	
lette doesn't go
It's   like   a    Sunday    school,    Hill���it
ain't the West you know.
An'   worse   than   all   the    rest.    Bill���
Whatever would  you  think?
They'll ban.   you in the West. Bill, for
sliootin' of a Chink !
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Hill-
There ain't  no West  no more
Just wipe it off your map.
Them cowboys clothes you wore. Bill,
the folks bere now would rap.
Thev  punish  vou  if you   cuss.   Bill;
kin, mind voul    Tbis old rascal!    ,   , tlie-v c,ose l��� bar" at "'* J '
���   ������  all   how    Paust   longed   for An   >'"' can,1 ��,��rt���� (uss' Bill, nor
Also   you    remember    the'    ,   'Hx up in a fight
Well, this waa one of these .The good  old   days   Is   gone.   Bill;
they ve gone ior certain shore���
Here's   what  you  can   bet   on.   Bill:
Take notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver. B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
j a post planted at the east side of the
extreme head of the north arm of
Dralney's Inlet, thence east 40 chaii ���-.
thence south 50 chains, tlience west
40 chains, thence north 50 chains to
post of commencement. Purpose for
which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 27th, 1910.
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also try our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
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Weekday Schedule |
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:50,  6:20,  fi:50,  7:20,   J
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;  children  under  12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every  half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every halt hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  tn.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Fieigbt cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. ���
Kapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. J
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. *
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. j
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C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and;443
Sapperton      Phone 373
There ain't no West no more.
���Chicago Post.
LACE    CASE.
THE    NEW    ERA.
ing on the banks of the Lower Fraser. the old order of things is quickly-
passing away.
A new era has dawned for tbe smil-
  ! ing     valley     that     stretches     from
An indication of the progress of the  rjheam's crested peak toward the set-
city of Chilliwack. the metropolis of  ting sun.
the upper Fraser Valley, is the publi- i     \ye   have  every  confidence  in   the
  cation  of  a  new   weekly   newspaper, I present  an,j  future prosperity of the
Plaintiff    Loses    Action    to    Recover  The   New   Bra,  the   first   number   of  dty   cf   chilliwack   and   surrounding
Valuable    Fichu. wliich  was received at The News of-1 district, and it shall be our aim and
Belleville, Oct 26.���Judge  Derocbe  flee yesterday. .    (constant endeavor to ass- the devel-
c.ave   inilmnent   this   morning   in   the
Well, this was ont
���   guys.      Ills    "culture"   was
painful   to   behold���a    mummy
life, with podded muscles like'
willow glued to a wire.   It even ,
Write  ahout  It.
back   to   grandpa's   rejuvena-
i   a lesson, that pining for the
! were, or might have heen.
you  doubt  these  statements  try
Tell   some   fellow   he's   a       , ������    , ............. ,
Even lf he haa rheumatism,  cave  Indgment  this  morning  in  the     The  New  Era consists   of   twelve ,opment of the  community in every
i Pip watch bl,,, bristle up and  case of Curlette vs. Vermilyea. wliich   pages of live news and local advertise-   legitimate   way,   and   to   extend^  the
was tried before hlm on Tuesday. Oc  mens.    It  is printed on good pape     nam? and fame of this land where na-
and will he a disnnct addmr.   to the  ,ure's gifts have been so lavishly bes-
,,,        ,,,    ,      ... , , ,  ,    ,.   literary   and   commercial   progress   of   towe(i
the city.    .lohn  M. .Millar 1
" th.e days of yetteryear
���ill a human weasel who lived tober  i.    Miss  Marjory Curlette,  M
north  woo,is.    lie could,i t   ,\.   of the  Westbonme  school,  To,on
bard enough   to bruise   the|to, soughl    to   recover   trom    Nath
t
���
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting:
on Fraser River.    A very choice tract at a genuine   *
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the   |
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Movius Land and Loan Co.    |
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A. J
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PURE GOODS ARK
Cowan's perfection Cocoa.
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafer*. MedaltUna. fcte.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS TEEM
�� THE CO"WAM CO., Ltd., TORONTO fc
the edi-
��� grape, but lie had the bug,janiel  Vermilyea, of Thurlow, a rose-
Chilliwack district can and will support  a  population  ten times greater
The salutatory editorial with which  ,i,an t)le present number, and it shall
On occasions he would wear   point  Bchu, or the value ot  the same,        i m   !"1"1"""'       ,     .,,���_,���.,:���,   .,. '       ,. ���,. ��������� h���lin... ,��� aftB
,   .       Chilliwaclt, the busy trade center oi  e(j  valley  where tliey can  come and
what  we are firmly convinced is the (i0 better.
mosl fertile and the mosl favored dis-      i��� politics we are independent, not
trici   i.i   British Columbia, is coming apinelessly neutral, bul  a free lance
that we trust may be always weflded
with arnica.    Ami there I by a codicil to the wlll of the late
Itance thing wrong with him   Mrs.   Muedell.    The
one ,.r the executors or Mis. Meude'l's
estate, the other being Dr, J, J. Far
ley,  of  thla  city.    His  honor  round
'  ,���!,,  have seen me   that   the  onlv   rose-poinl   hue   which   ^J^0^, transportation has de-   .n the interests of honest and progres-
with the fin"
the  matter
woul I  ask.
���' '    Oh, luonimer."
' he lived  his   fourflush���cry-
:  :'' day dream  lust, because
-l to be strong.
'��� us realize whal power these
l::' boys have hack of them. We
al   the  fearful  application
' ���' by watching a contest.
1  fellow who failed so in. lori-
1 ; bout would make us look
' tntemorten statemeni  at  an
I
"id echo from the dead.
; "  Is that   wre8tling  flourishes
'     us���holds   us   in   anticipa-
1   we fall  to .rasp the   real
,,.. , '' ���������*. few good ones in the up-
""Hi is only human. They
"He as compared   with  me-
,     ' power, still, as humans, they
\   1"';liv oul of the ordinary.
,    '  " Sits along a better man in
''   n'"   way.    That's   keeping
,!'[ ";'":|1  law of compensation.
i        '" '   We   ever   have   a   uniformly
, l';il|<> capable hunch  than we
'"?  hlllllv-
���- ���'��� ten
���we doubt  It.    The world
"l,u-' in that direct ion.
cairo Into the bands of the estate
was a .Chll, excepl four pieces of
luchess   rose-poinl   ince,   which   was
allotted   to   the   plaintiff   hy    Mrs.   T.
Vermilyea, Mrs. Dr, Farley and Mrs.
Dr. Mather, and some other small
pieces of rose-point attached to various garments,
Thai the lace In the Rchu was In
no wav cul after coming Into the
hands of the defendant, bul after it
was allotted to Mrs. Vermilyea, who
had the three pieces separated Into
their original parts. After the plaintiff   refused   the    duchess    rose-point
Irc9 tbe defendant, as executor, sent
one of these two smaller pieces of
rose-poinl lace to the plaintiff, who
refused to accept, claiming tho
value of the whole tlchu. HlB honor
did not think it was necessary to decide whai mo'iiu by "piece or my
rose-poinl lace," aw the action can-
���ol succeed in its present form
;. ainsi the defendant personally. He,
therefore directed judgment to be
entered, non-suiting the plulnllff with
"costs.
nied the measure of advancement to sive government.
Chllllwach that  has been given to lo-1    The improvement, of matters social
oallties    which   compare   unfavorably | and educational, and the promotion ofl
with  this abundantly  productive poi-  the business interests ot the commun-
tion of the Praser Valley. | ity  will  he or llrst Importance   with
With the I'. C Electric Hallway giv- us, and we ask for the support and
us a direct connection with the great co-operation of every citizen in our
sea porl of Vancouver, and the per- endeavor to make Tbe New Era a
Haps equally important shipping and 'credit and a profit to the town and to
manufacturing  depots  which are rls-   the valley.
AUTOMOBILE  OWNERS
Can he insured against claims *for damages brought against them for
accidents caused directly or indirectly by their machines.   Rates are
low and all owners should carry this class of insurance.
Apply for particulars to
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
It is Never Too Late To Mend
But���
A   Stitch  in Time Saves   Nine
tf***m^^l**_m*\W***m**Wa*a*s_msa*a*sW*sW
Take out an Accident Policy in the Railway
Passengers  Assurance Co.   NOW.
LIBERAL CONDITIONS
LOWEST RATES
GENERAL AGENT.
Columbia  Street.
New Westminster.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 ���'"Wil.!
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27
I
titt
Tf
'ft
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to
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L
$3
,000,000 BRIDE
SURE Of SOUL MATE
Miss Gazzam Marries Plodding Engineer in Beautiful Marble Mansion.
SLATS FOR CORONATION
PAGEANT REM ROOKED
Feature   Will   Be   Monster   Exhibition,
Showing   Growth   of   Empire   in
King   Edward's   Reign.
BANK   OF   MONTREAL
PENNY    WORTH
New York. Oct.
were obtained for
coins disposed of at the fine
of T. L. Elder's sale at No.
London.  Oct.  26.���Althdugh  no an-
n luncemenl lias been made of the of-
t'u i il route of next June's coronation
procession,    from    reliable
comes  Informati m  that
will take the following course:
From Buckingham Palace by way:
of the Mall, the new Trafalgar arch,
through the Strand and Fleet streel
in Ludgate Circus, thence to Black-
friars Bridge, returning by the Victoria Embankment to Westminster Abbey, where the ceremony will be held.!
smith London is making a Btrong
claim for a shaV In the procession,
but the route Is not likely to be altered, as the king, it is understood, de-
Bires it fo be as brief as possible.
Agents   are   already   booking   sea's
along the Strand and Fleet street. Orders  for  good   positions  arc  pouring
in. and some seats have already been j
sold   [or   $50   a   piece.       Office    rents
along the route have jumped amazingly, aud several new buildings are be-,
Ing rushed to compleUon.
j     .Needless to say, it is not  the Brit-
I isher  upon  whom  these enterprising
I agents   depend   for   enormous   prices,'
'and many homeward hound Americans
arranged  for  seats before  sailing. Orders are coming in from every branch
of the empire, New Zealand. Australia,
India  and   South  Africa   heing  repre-1
the orders received by :
New York, Oct. 26.���"My dearest
dream of joy ha.s come true." said
Miss Antoinette Elizabeth Gazzam,
the $3,000,000 heiress, of Cornwall,
New Vork, at the conclusion of tho
nuptial ceremony yesterday afternoon
when she was married to her genuine
"soul-mate." Charles B. Galvin, a
plodding engineer employed on tho
New York viaduct.
The wedding took place from the
beautiful marble mansion of the bride,
which overlooks the Hudson in fronl
of Stormy King mountain. It was
soli tnnized In a palm and white rose
bower, extemporized chapel. In Uie
sitting room of St, Thomas' Roman
Catholic church, Rev, Father .lohn
Bi ��� snan official Ing, Al the close
Father Brosnan pronounced the Latin
benediction, as the united couple knelt
and then translated it. with bis happy
Irish gift of Wit, to read: "May the
happiest day of your past be the im-
bappiest of your future."
Kisses   Gloved   Hand.
When the ceremony was over she
knelt at the feet of her psychically
discovered "masculine counterpart"
and, in the presence of all the guests,
implanted two impassioned kisses on
the "ideal companion's" gloved left
hand. At the sight of this touching
incident, Hannah, the colored servant,
sobbed aloud, and Kosaiie, the East
Indian maid, had to support herself
on the shoulder of Sarah, the Japanese cook, to hide her silent tears.
The bridal coach was specially decorated   according   to   Miss   Gazzani's  sented anion
own   instructions.    The   wheels   were  one agent.
wrapped with corn straw, as a token I A big feature of the coronation wil]
of fertility. The collars of the horses | he the monster exhibition, showing
were massed with white roses, as env.the growth  of Kngland and her colo-
during    King    Edward's   reign.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Kast
Twenty-third street. Numismatists
from many cities were present and
the bidding was brisk.
An   uncirculated  gold  dollar  of  the
San     Francisco    mint,    dated     1870,
brought the top price of the day, $137.-
50, which  was a  record  figure.    Another record price was  .NO, paid for a
ilJnitei states cent  from ibe Mougey
collection.    Tbe coin is of the "wreath
, variety." and  is dated  1793.    Another
sources | cent, dated  1809, of a  light  olive hue.
the   pageant   sold for $65,    This was also from the
.Mougey  sale.     A   Bank   of   Montreal
$63  penny, dated 1839, was knocked down
��� for $t;:i.
25.���Record prices |    Among the ancient  coins  sold  was
several of the 962  an Alexander the Great  stater, dated
session   B. C. 336, showing Ihe bead of I'allas.
'it broughl  $17.    Thc total of the sale
'was $6000.
TORONTO
ENGINtER
MARRIES
IN   RUSSIA
Toronto, Oct, 25.���An interesting
cable has just been received by Uev.
E. II. Musscn. of Dunn avenue. Park-
dale, from bis son Horace Wilber-
force Musscn. announcing bis marriage Sunda.'. at the Cathedra. Ekaterinburg, Russia.
The   bride   was   Maronsya    Ivanoa-
vona, only daughter of General Ivan
Nlchaevlch Ckohonskaya. Mr. Musscn. who left Toronto aboul seven
years ago, went to Russia us a mining engineer, for an English company which operates tt>
Ural   mountains,    Ye
event   was   the   culniii)
niance  begun   while  the  lady   was   on
a visit   to  Kotchkar,  where they   w'li
now make their home.
duty
who
according to Pn
tonight addressed n \
lancet club on "Thi p. iin"', *oJ
tion lu New Hampi |   . ������' ''   %,
__ ,    Mr- M,,,|,,n said ol the tutu.,
ild mines in the of the railway In thl ������,""���
iterday'a nappy|not inteifeie ir ; wa' **"*%
iation   of   U   ro-  election   of   n eml e1     0|   t(,o  !   "'���
OUT    OF     POLITICS.
Boston and Maine Railway Decides to
Abolish   Lobby.
Concord, N. II., Oct, 25.���The Boston and Maine railway will not  Interfere In the performance of bis public
ture   or   Other    publh    ,..������;      [i**\
shall not  give or offer . , ������     <���*
officer, directly or Indh    ' N
Bideration  which shun tend i"'*
ence  blm  In  the performance"J"!!
public duty,    we ahull do a,       I
1,1 *i&3j
the lobby, In the sensi
term  Is commonlj
however,
d.   We
can
tun
tion affectln
'��� loy ''���   ' ��� ,;;1(,^i
|
Becure to pi e i ���
our   views  upon
our i ���
w iii^^^nM';. W if
PR0PRIATE MUSIC
LL OCCASIONS
VICTROLAS
blems of love, und with white pinks'! |nies
in suggestion of peace. The ears of
the horses and the hubs of the wheels
of the carriage were tied with large
white ribbon bows.
Father    Absent.
Former State Senator Gazzam. of
Pennsylvania, father of the bride, was
not present, neither was any of the
near relatives. The guests were few,
and some of those expected did
appear, although tbey were waited for
an hour and a half after the bride had
put on her orange blossoms. But
the villagers, who were deeply devoted to the kind-hearted young woman,
gathered on tlie green, and blew
(boms, d'loci'e J, and |showered the
united  "soul   mates"  with  rice.
For her bridal dress. Miss   Gazzam
wore an ivory satin robe loose at the
Her peoples and their handiwork will
be shown, and the exhibition is planned to demonstrate the power and infinite resources of the British empire.
$150.00
to
$300.00
flayed in a way to delight thc soul of a (rue musician whether it be beautiful nacred
GJusic rendered wi*h true religious feeling, the stirring strains of u great military
band) the charming melody of nn instrumental quartette, the thrilling notes ol a
Caruso or u Melba in the rendition of an upcratic masterpiece, or the side splitting
merriment of a Musio I lull Star, it is a'1 there at thc turn ul a hind lor the owner oi a
BERLINER Ofl VICTOR GRAM-0-PHONE
All thnt is hest in the world o( music, song and story ij brought to your own
fireside and brought in a manner so uctural und lifelike, so complete and convincing
tU.it you must needs pinch yourt.elf to know that tie great musicians of the world
are not standing before you Don't take our word Ior it. (io to-day to tbe nearest
I!erlincr Victor Dealer and hc wi" gladly play for you, without obligation, any of
thc MOO selections in the Victor Catalogue.
There is a Victor or Berliner Gram-O-phone to suit every purse and easy payments can be arranged i! desired.
Victor Kecords are both single and double sided. Quality the same, buy
double-sided il thc combination suits >ou -
SINGLE SIDED RF.CORDS. 75c.
DOUBLE   " " OOc FOR THE TWO.
Sample by mail on receipt of price ind 10c. for postage. Catalogue ot < Irani-
c-phones and over 3000 selections free by mail
HERE A FEW OF TIIE LATEST OFFERINGS.
Peerless Quartet
GRAMO
PHONES
$15.00
Up
STS?���" That Imis>v R.ig '
lo itich 75c.
81792���" Love Divine       Marsh-Macdonough
I'i inch f, A
10  lu. h  Doable F.ood   lUcordi   90c.   lo,   [I,. T�����.
( (a) "Come be my Sunshine, Dearie"
Macdonough
(li) " The Arcadians "    Favorite
Melodies Pryor'i Band
105M
RtD SliAL RKCORTS.
83246���Ciocundii" Cielo c Mar" Enrico Caruso
12 inch f'.uO
MISS���" Annie Laurie " McCormacJt
lu inch $1.39
PURPLB LABS).
tVxrja-"  What guo,l Is water when   yon' e
dry? " ' -ra Ha** *
12 inch I'. .'0
waist and with lon. train, trimmed
with costly laoe and silver. Her veil
notlalso shone with silver. The wreath
of orange blossoms was a large one.!
Her winsome, pretty smile, and the
seraphic smile nf happiness she wore
every time she looked at Galvin. made
her a most attractive bride.
She said afterward: "The sublime
hope and dream that has permeated
my entire being since I was fourteen and half years oil has been ful-|
filled."
Know to-day what this superb entertainer has in store for you, nid
"BE   SURE   TO   HBAR   THE   VICTROLAS"
Limited.
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co.,
MONTREAL.
WHEN THINKING OF XMAS  GIFTS,  REMEMBER  THE VICTOR
XM1.-V/
Victor Records and Machines at J. H. Todd's Music House, 419 Columbia St
GIVING  SAL
,>**>3S
The past year has been one of prosperity. We are satisfied���business has been good���and for the next few
days we are going to give our profits to YOU. Everything gets the knife and we cut deep. There will be
Clothing Bargains of unparallelled values. We intend to make this Thanksgiving Sale stand as a milestone in
the history of this city.   Be sure you don't miss this Opportunity.   Our windows tell the tale.
SUITS THAT
SUIT
AND STILL LEAVES MONEY IN
YOUR POCKET. We have about To
suits which we have cut to the heart���
these must po and the prices are got
in.   to take them out In a hurry.
MEN'S TWEED  AND WORSTED
SUITS.
Well made and    good    fitters,    the
kin I     which     sells     foi'    $20  to    $L'^.
Thanksgiving ptice  $15.00
MEN'S   FANCY   TWEEDG.
In  man:,   patterns and    shades,    all
good standard  makes selling    at   ?1^
:.i !  'J".   Thanksgiving price ..$12.00
MEN'S   NAVY   SERGES,
in   fine  twills,    three-button    sacks
and worth $18 to   $20.   Thanksgiving
price  $12.00
FANCY TWEEDS.
In all sizes 36 io 42, worth at other
tin t    $16.   Thanksgiving price $10.00
FANCY TWEEDS.
In different patterns usually sold for
$12.00.   Thanksgiving pi I ie  $7.95
WE ALSO HAVE
one lot of broken sizes, all pood suits,
which  sold  us    high    as  J1n.nn    and
$1200.   These we clear al   the x\<*\"ft*
Ious price of   $5.95
MTvderwear
-,i
This sale comes at a time when
you are stocking up on heavy garments all through.   Read this:
Men's fancy striped shltts and drawls    ers, sateen  finished, and   very  warm.
Regular   $1.25.   Thanksgiving   price,
per suit   - 90c
Heavy rib shirt and drawers, natural color, all sizes, some of these aie
broken lines, good values al $2.50.
Thanksgiving   price,  per  suit...$1,50
Extra special rib shirts and drawers. This is a very line line pure
wool and has exceptional wearing
qualities worth $3, Thanksgiving price
I er suit    $2.00
Five P^irs Heavy Wool Sox $1.00.
SPECIALS
Oilskin Suit $2.75
Oilskin Three-Quarter Coat $2.50
Oilskin Full Length Coats $3.00
Heavy English Oilskin Coat $4.00
SPECIALS
Five Pairs Black Cashmere
Sox    $1.00
35c   Four-in-Hand  Silk   Ties  25c
Fine Negligee Shirt    75c
Heavy Working Glove   50c
OVERCOATS
AND
RAINCOATS
AT PRICES To MAKE YOU II \ITY.
.With tbe winter coming on you naturally think of warmer clothing here is
your chance (q keep comfortable an.l
still have money to buj  fuel.
HEAVY TWEED OVERCOATS.
single breasted, the kind wbicb Bell
for $15.00.   Thanksgiving price $10.00
BLACK  VICUNA OVERCOATS.
\ nice dressy coat, some Mik i iced,
Prices from $14.00 tn $18.00.   Thanks-
I i\ Ing  pi ice    $10.00
RAINCOATS.
in i lain grays ami   fancy   stripes;
regular   $10.00   .nods.   Thanksgiving
price    $7.95
FINE   FANCY  STRIPES  AND  PLAIN
COLORED   RAINCOATS.
Extra   nice  garments,   -nth   Century
make; regular price   $20.00 to $22.00,
Thanksgiving price $15.00
WATERPROOFS.
To clear   $4.50 and $6.00
GOOD   HEAVY  TWEED
Working pants, all sizes  	
$1.50
SALE   .STARTS THURSDAY
AT 8 A.M.
AN   OPPORTUNITY   OF   A
LIFETIME.
EXTRA   HELP.     EVERYBODY
WILL BE WAITED ON.
THE    BEST    UMBRELLA    ON
EARTH   $1.00.
M. J. PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
NO  GOODS  CHARGED  NOR
SENT ON  APPROVAL.
^-.->.*i���t r. UR
SDAY.
OCTOBER 27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
"*" PAGE SKVKN.
HOLD VOTERS.
. ,,, be placed on the
���,- -;0"y oters'llsl lor the City
le��e?.w_"���inBter will be received
HOUSE
pplica
l(   underslgnei
up
to November
, be Hritish subjects
���f twenty-one    yai.ta.
sldeuu ol tn* city six
lately   preceding   the
B  'TU'tlon  and   have   during
..; a    household.','    a
1 Undf not less than one hundred
" V   \   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
i��lO.   _____
ppllcants mus
; e full ;1
if
fctnl
liars
CITY
VOTERS'   LIST.
.. ,| ,.   .
LUt
,   seen
���
'
that   the
l'.ipi has
the same
for thirty
,,.,;,   given
loi   the  year
and   thai
���   ihis ollice   ^^^^
,',,,,,, hereof,  and any
,:: dalm to be added to
,onf?       .  ,,,,. ,������ any elector
I e ,,,  have any  name
.   , ,, must  prefer his or
vr ting, signed with his
Wet"   and  shall   deliver   or
"an'to be delivered to the City
,;,.  mi,,, herein before
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot in, block 2. of lot 201, group l,
town of Porl Moody, Murray's Addition, in the district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certilicale of title number 4700A, Issued m
the name of .lohn Stewart and James
Cash, has been Bled in this office.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
at the expiration of one month trom
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published In the
city of Now Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection he
made to me In writing.
U. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
Now Westminster, B.C., Oct. T, 1910,
'[CUMBERLAND    MAN
| LOST    IN
WAS
THE
WOODS
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
i
W.   A
Ofllce.
I ,���   o, tober 15
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New   West min
L910.
Nanaimo,  Oct.   26.���Further  reports
of the experiences of youn..  Recce, of
Cumberland,   who   was   lost    in   the
woods for lour days, indicate thai   he
had anything  bul   a   pleasant   time
Leaving his companions on Sunday, be
had inn  ten   cartridges,   and   a   tew
matches,   He shot a deer, and carried
it around until he was nearly exhausted, and eventually lost it while swimming  a  river.      He walked  tor four
da:    and nights with absolutely nothing to eai   Bpendlng most of the lime
in a swamp, and enveloped In fop. On
one occasion he decided to rest   beside  a   log,   where   the   moss   looked
warm   and   Inviting,   but   just   as    he
was about to throw himself upon the
Jground lie was startled to sec an old
bear and  several cubs almost ut   liis
feet, the mot her bear ready and  Will-
| lng for action ln defence of her young,
1 im the fo irth daj   Reece could hear
the Bearch parties firing signals, bul
wat  unable to answer as his supply of
cartridges had run out. He was barely
I able   to  make   liis  way   lo  the   No.    7
FOLLOWED HUSBAND
PROM SUNNY ITALY I
BUILDERS  AND  CONTRACTORS.
Woman Located Her Man
Through Good Offices of
Regina Interpreter.
Sealed   tenders  will  be  received  by
the undersigned up to noon, October
1st. for the erection of tramway sta-
ion and office hiiildin.   at   New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured al
offices of Maclure & Fox, architects,
Winch  building,  Vancouver.
The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted.
\V. II. HAZLITT,
B. K. Klectric Hallway Co., Ltd.
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
REGULATING      VEHICLE
ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons usIiir Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of the cur track while proceeding In
either direction. ��
By order,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
Cltv Hall, August 12. 1010.
Local   Improvement  Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the Local
Improvement General Hylaw, 1909, notice is hereby given that the Assessment   Roll   for  local   improvements  on1"''.'"   ,'i''~"Z .'.'""'   .""���'   ' .""   \   ,. i
,,  ,      , .      ,      ,  ,.         ,           .,  ,(���,     ..mine hcloie collapsing,     ere he louml
Columbia  street   lrom  the cast  linn of|.,_.   ,..       ,.    ..   ._._,,./_   _"_ji ,
Fourth street to the west line of Leo
���CAST
LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
William Robert
,  Hee thai  l.
,,,  \ m ouver,  B.C., occupation
de   ealer, Intend to apply for
H n to lease  200 acres oi   land
ollows:     Con, octal.<
, ...  I  .���   the east  side ol  the
J ot the north    arm    of
i ���,.���.,.  e east.40 chains.
.   50   chins    thence   west
�� thence north 50 chains to
.  .  0, ,..   imencement,   Purpose tor
1 required, quarrying.
���       WILLIAM ROBERT HICK.
,ted September 27th, 1910.
Railway Time Tables
pold Place is open for Inspection at
the office of the Assessment Commis-
slonei in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and In case
the owner or anv person Interested In
any ol the properties Included therein
desires to appeal from such assessmenl he BllOUld within the period of
eleven i; 11 da) s from the lirst pub-
[cation of tiiis notice, give notice to
the undersigned in writing of his Intention   to  appeal.
Dated the IBth day of October, A.
I). 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City  Clerk.
Date of flrst publication October 17,
1910.
that he was In a terrible condition,
his legs and aims being badly swollen  and Ills feel cut by brambles.
lie is still  confined to his bed as
the result of his experlem i :.
NOTICE.
Notice |   hen I s  given thai a vote
of the e|ectoi a ot th rpoiation of
the city of New Westminster will be
taken in the following polling stations:
The Council Chamber,   City
the  Flre  Hall, Sapperton;    and    the
Waterworks St house at the corner
of Queens avenue ami Eleventh street
lie. ina, Oct. Hli.���Truth is stranger
than Action, li certainly was in the
account Budlmir Protlch, crown interpreter, has to tell of how the wife i
of John Lakaroff accomplished the
seemingly Impossible), Mr. Protlch
was the happy medium through which
Mrs. Lakaroff succeeded in finding her;
husband, who has been residing in Regina tor the past sl\ months or so,
working as a  laborer.
The  talk  of  the bright  chances and
the advantages to be bad in Camilla,
caught tlie <���>(��� of .lohn, and he decided to leave "Sunny" Italy anil come
io the land of promise, where flowed
the milk ami honey to make his fortune llo anticipated no difficulty
whatever in preparations for his de
parture were made, John arrived in
Canada  ami  drifted   from   place   to
place, living lor a lime in Toronto,
ihen Detroit, anil later came on to Regina.
llis success  was not   as  marked  as
he   had   anticipated,   hut   nevertheless
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1910, we.
tlie undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY BROS., LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
N'ew Westminster. Sept. 24.
Just Arrived
Xew Scotch and English Worst cl,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentlemen, made to order. Workmanship
and lit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF       TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
The   right   to  cut   timber   under   'I-
conse  on   Berth   No.   535,  comprising
the  following lands In  the  Province
of  British  Columbia,  will  be ottered
at  public auction at Ihe upset price of
$2,570.00, Including cost of survey, at
\'i   o'clock   P,   M.,   on   Wednesday   the
Iall;-ti,e informed  liis wife of how he was  -stl1 <>'' December nexl, at the office
getting along, by his constant writing. of   u,e   Dominion   Timber   Agent   al
As she did not altogether relish the New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. B35. situated in
T.  P, Morrison J. II. Taylor
Phone 624,
LABOR AGENTS
every kind.  Prompt
orders.      Contracts
Supply  help of
attention    to    a       ^^^^^^^^^
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster
B.C.
I lea  of   her   husband
B C.
. Westminster Branch
W���� Day Scneaule. I
leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5;50, 6:50. 7: .0 and 8:0U
a.m., and every half bour thereafter
until in j" p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
; iver at 5:50, 0:20, 6:50. 7:20 aud
1:00 nn., and every half hour there-
alter until  11:00 rt.m.
Sunday Schedule,
leave Vancouver ror
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
"THE    ROYAL   LINE."
XMAS
From  Montreal:
"koyal  Edward"   ���
"Royal George"  ������
From  Halifax:
"Koyal Edward"  , ���
"Royal   George"   ���
-Royal  Edward"
And Fortnightly
SAILINGS.
on the Ith day of November, 1910, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m..
tor   the   purpose   of   obtaining   thej
opinion  of the electors  on  the ques-
tion of whether it. is in  Hie general
public welfare that   the    Mayor   and
Council  should consent  to the granting  to  the   Royal  Columbian  hospital
of se\en    and one-half    (7V6)    acres
more or less of the Queens park reserve, bounded on the  west  hy Granville street, on the south    by    Royal
avenue, and on the east by the Boulevard.
W. A. DUNCAN   City Clerk.
Hated at New Westminster this ISth
day of October. HHO.
NOTICE.
.Nov.
.Nov.
10
19
laving   all   the
good  part  to  himself,  she  packed   up
her   belongings,   and    having    enough
coin  to  pay   her travelling expenses.
started on the long trip, in Hie belief that when she arrived, ail she
would have to do would be to ask
for  ".lohn."
In the asking part she was not mistaken, for she certainly had to ask and
quite  often,  ton.    However  the  great j
difficulty she met with was in making j
herself known, an interpreter being re-1
i quired   in   each   instance.     That    in- i
creased her difficulties, but she drifted on, always in the hope that   she j
would at last get track of her hus-'ber Regulations, a copy
, band.
As  the  latest  letter  she  had   was
the Province of Hritish Columbia,
comprising Section ,S, Townsliip 39,
West of Coast. Meridian, containing
an area of 640 acres more or less, is
shown on plan of survey, signed by
Mr. A. Lighthall, D, L. S., surveyed
in May, 1910, and of record in the
Timber and Grazing Branch of the
Department of the Interior.
j A license will not in. Issued until
j the full amount of the purchase
price, and the ground rental for the
: first  year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate or
'rental, etc., are contained in the Tim-
^^^^ of wliich may |
be secured on application to the un
derslgned. or to the Crown   Timbei
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phono 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
���<
^^^^^^^^^^^       New West-
tei at S:u0 and 0:00 a.m., and
very   halt    hour    thereafter    until
i p m.
Jars leave New Westminster for Van-
00  a.m., and every half
hour thereafter  until 11  p.m.
Eburne   Line,
ve   New   Westminster   at   7
i.iul every hour until 11 p.m.
lem.   Vancouver at 7  a.m. and
. ������ until 10 p.m.
|("   3und    b care  leave  Westminster
it S a ti    to 10 p.m.
|(' Sui lays mis leave Vancouver at
8 a.i    to 10 p.m.
ID. J.  Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
 Dec. 7
 Dee.   14
 Dec.   28
^^^^^^^^^^^ thereafter.
Most  Direct  Route to  Bristol, London
and   the   Continent,
Tickets an I Reservations from E.
Goulet, C. P. It. agent, or write to Wm.
Staple ton, General Agent, 227 Main
sl: eel. Winnipeg.
Pli
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorse! "Tender f���r Purchase of North Half ol Lot
", Hlock 13, Clarkson and Begbie
Streets New Westminster. B. C.." will
be received until 4.00 P, M-, on Tuesday November 15, 1910, for the pur-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jshase of. the lot  mentioned.
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves     Now      Westminster     8:1*
a rives Seattle 3:0B p. m.
New     Westminster    10:30
B        .rives   Seattle  15:1a  P- '"���
i     New     Westminster     4:30
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:2,  comb.       artment doe8 not bind Itself
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m. '
Leaves  Seattle  S:nr>  a.m.;   arrives
The Corporation of the City of N'ew
Westminster bas deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and in the office of the Registrar of
Heeds for the District of New Westminster, Hritish Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
tlie proposed site for laying steel
' pipe   line   or   water   main   under   the
Brunette river In tbe Province of
i British Columbia, and after one
I month from the first publication here-
��� of    will    apply    to    the    Governor    in
Council  for approval  thereof.
Hated this Third day   of   October,
1910.
W.  A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation   of  the    City   of    New
"-Ve��tmini��'>"
NOTICE.
Each tender  must  be accompanied|deeds for the District of New
by an accepted cheque on a chartered ��� ... .    ^_,���,.,_
hank, for the sum of five hundred
($500.00), payable to the order of the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, which will be forfeited if the
tenderer decline to complete the pur-
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p. m,
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
ito accept the highest or any tender.
By order.
U.  c. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department   of   Public   Works, Ottawa, October 12, 1010.
NOTICE IS HKKKBY GIVEN thai
The Corporation of the City of N'ew
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works nt Ottawa
and in the office of the Registrar of
 ^^^^^^^^^^ Westminster. British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
north arm of the Fraser River In the
Province of British Columhla, and after one month from tbe first publication hereof will apply to the Governor
ln Council for approval there of.
DATED tbis Third day of October,
1910. W. A. DUNCAN.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation of the City of New
i    Westminster.
from  Toronto,  she  sought,  the  interpreter there and managed to get track j
of ber husband.    From there she followed   him    to    Detroit,    where    her
money gave out.    She was compelled \
to  work,  and  from  her  meagre earnings managed to save enough to come!
from  there  to  ihis  city,  she  having
heen  told  her husband  had come to
Regina.
When   once  site  arrived  here  matters were  practically  on easy  street.
"Bud."   Protlch  was  sought   out   by  a
policeman   who  first  came  in  contact
with  her, and after  Investigating the
matter thoroughly  he  managed to locale   the   woman's   husband   for   her.
Now the  Lakaroff home is quite happy, in  view of the reunion and John
still   has   visions  of  making  his   fortune in order to return  to tlie sunny
land of his birth and enjoy life as it
used to be.
Mr.  Protlch  bad considerable   difficulty  in  connection  with  the  matter.
It  was no easy job for him to  locate
Lakaroff   without   a   diligent   search.
His  Inquiries,  however,  were productive of good results.    Otherwise Mrs.
, Lakaroff   might    have   drifted* on   fo
j the   coast   without   locating   ner   hus-
' band,   whom  she   bad   almost   given
up   for   lost.     Her   husband   had   al-
1 most given up his wife for dead, owing to the fact that bis numerous letters  to  ber  had  not   been  answered,
but    the    whole    matter    has    been
. straightened   out   and   as   the    storybook   says,   "they   lived   happy   ever
I after." ��� . . , . *__$
Agent at  New
Westminster.
P.  G.  KKYF.S.
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th,  1910.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
LAND   ACT.
The Bank bas Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific. In Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   Kngland.
Correspondents ln all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Land District,
trict  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand I
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,    occupation1
farmer. Intends  to  apply  for  permis-
' sion  to  purchase the    following    de-1
scribed lands: M^^^
Commencing    at    a    post    planted I
about    one   mile northeast   from tl.e1
; head  of  Billings  bay,  and  about    401
chains easterly from    the    southeast
'corne- of timber lot    number    37341,
thence  north   40  chains,  tlience  easti
40  chains, thence    south    40 chains. I _________���_______���
thence   west   40   chains   to   point    of j as done by US glVeS   the   llt-
commencement,  containing  100  acres | ^^1
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
\kmwi WORK
Dated August 29, 1910.
White labor only employed
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, excepl Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 6:30 p. ni.
'���'inc. port Qulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a tn.
I
11
en.ei
S 00 p.m
N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Sumas   6:00   a. m:    arrives
station.   New   Wcst-
10:20   a. in.   dally   execept
*********************************************
IF YOU WANT A *
NERVE TONIC
Try AS AY A NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
*
*
*
���
Quicker Mails to Canada.
Queenstown. Oct. 26.���The dispatch of British mails to Canada via
N'ew York is to be accelerated. The
Lusltanla and Mauretalnia are to
leave here two hours earlier, ensuring the delivery of mails ln New-
York on Thursday.
most satisfaction. Ourequip-
: ment is modem. The Latest
���     mmi _______    ~i Invention in a collar and cuff
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.1 .
  I machine has been installed.
Take Notice that I, William Robert L-,, !-, ���        r�� i
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation. | Uean,     hCOnOmiC,    JtTOmpt.
real estate dealer, intend to apply for **'^^^^
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west 50 chains, tlience
soutli 100 chains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which it is required, quarrying.
! WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 2Gtb, 1910.
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY       NEW
I
���   p    "ii. ei
New   Westminster   bridge
station  3:50  p. m :   arrives
daily except  Sunday
I IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50 |
! Ryall's Drug Store J
X ** EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. *
arson's
Just Over the River, Close to PORT MANN and
NEW WESTMINSTER.
A Grand Chance of Making Money Quickly
as this property will shortly be ��� demand foi^Facitory
Sites.    1-4 Acre Blocks from $550 to $700.   One-th,rd
Cash, balance over two years.     ^___	
British Canadian Securities, Limited.
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING
'MRS.  WIGGS'   RETURN."
On Monday evening "Mrs. Wiggs of
the Cabbage Patch" will come to thej
Opera  house to  put  on  the  faces of j
local   playgoers   that   which   she   considers   most   essential   to   their    welfare���smiles.     In   tlie   course    of    the
evening  however,  so  widely  does  she
run the gamut of human experiences,
in the dispensation of her homely philosophy, she la likely to bring forth in
addition to smiles, an occasional tear,
In   either    event,   she    is    the    Bame
quaint,   delightful   character,   whose
chief mission is doing .ood (or every-
bn ly.
The play Itself, a dramatization   of
Mrs.   Alice  l!ei?an   Rice's book  of  the
same name, is a positive revelation as
we'll  as all  Inspiration, the popularity
of which Is pre-eminent.   It is a play
that carries four of tlie greatest, creations of American humor in the characters of Mrs. Wlggs, Miss Hazy, Mr. i
Stubbing and Loyey Mary, and every
reader of Mrs. Rice's two books, "Mrs.
Wlggs" and "Lovey  Mary," Is strengthened In the appreciation of its fascinating characters by tbe stage presentation.    Rev.  Charles  Wagner, the
apostle of "The Simple Life,!' declared   after  seeing  "Mrs.   Wlggs"   that
here   was   "the    . Imple    life    humorously."    N'o play has ever been written thai contains a greater human interest cr makes a more direct appeal
to the enotolns.   lis keynote is Jollity
and happiness under unfavorable conditions, but there Is sounded at times
the  world-old  note of pathos an.l   of
pain, which comes home to nil of us.
Tbe production this season is on the
same simple, but effective and realistic lines as last year.
Seats for "Mrs. Wlggs" will go on
sale tomorrow   at   MacKenzle's   drug
i store.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C. ���
FLOUR!      FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEL  ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.FL0UR AND FEKD MK"cttAlTL
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone I3S.
FOR SALE
Beautiful Cleared Lot on Fourth Avenue, between Second and Third streets, cornering cn lane.
Fenced.   20 bearing fruit trees.
$1000, Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists] PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27
'��!
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'��\
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���"ts
m
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R
The Lancashire Old Hoys are hold
Ing a Bmoker this evening.
lappy  couple
lefl  last ni. ht. for    Nanaimo,
thev will reside.
where
The ladies of Knox church. Sapper-
ion, will hold a Thanksgiving supper
, , , , |in the church parlors on Friday even-
derman C. A, Welsh returned yes-   .      CK.(oll0]. 2g, Supper wJij be Sl.m,,i
Lerday from a trip to mteiior points.  from B;30 t0 g 0.clockj arter ,vhlch a
Need a messenger?   Plione 194. ** program will be given.
Tbe Women's  Kducational cluh will       '"   ���-->  city   police   court   yesterday j
meet this evening ai the residence i I ���'       Ta>'lor- n-*en{ ol the SIn&er Sew"
Mrs. C. A.  Welsh.  Sixth  streel
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right nrices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
ing  Machine company, was  lined  $601
and costs for a breach of the trades'
.1. G. Gamon is confined to h s home   license by-law,   it was shown in court
thai J, H. Todd held a license for the'
company In this city and the presence'
of tne other agent was unfair to him.
with an attack ol i oetuntinia.
City  Engineer  Blackman  yesterday
paid a visit oi ins] iviion to the new
Coquitlam pipe line.   lie found everj
thing satisfactory.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers
' Tidy's stoie.   I'bone 1$4. ������
at
Clarence Huff, tlie local roller chain-
pion, will race Beatty, of Nanaimo,.
at the Coal city on November l. J.
Passco won the elimination race last :
nigh) against six othe rcontestants.
The winners of these contests will
race on November 9 for medals presented by Mr. Edwards.
Try a "Want" ad  In The News   It
will bring results. **
Complaints are heing made  by tbe
farmers  of  Delta  that   a   number  of
sportsmen go oul from this clty and
The United Banks of the city heat   Vancouver on Sundays and slaughter
the bank of Montreal hy l to 0 yes-   Partridges in  hast  Delta, in spite of
The regular monthly meeting of
won.en's auxiliary of St. Barnabas
church will be held in the rectorj at
three o'clock this afternoon.
The "Old Boys" held a very enioy-
nble dance in St. George's ball last
night, llarpur's orchestra of Vancouver provided the music.
terday in a closely contested game of
foot ball.
J. A. Motherwell, local manager of
the Vancouver Financial corporation,
returned    yesterday    from    Portland.
the fact that the birds are protected
I by  law.
Have you secured one of those
charn.ing houses on Eighth avenue,
close to the    car.    If    not,    see    the
where lie had  heen on  business con- British   Canadian   Securities,   Ltd.,  at
nected with the company. I ��nce. "s the terms are so very easy
they will soon be all sold.
Quarter acres in the Mg green fie'.d
l��   1
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St. Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1',
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
just across the  Kraser  biidge.
terms.    Held, Ci
Columbia stieet.
An entertainment is to be given
this evening in St. Barnabas ball by
an amateur troupe known as "The
Diamonds." A farce entitled "A False
Alarm" will be the feature of tlie
evening.
The members of tbe congregation
of St. Stephen's church will farewell
Kev. Dr. and Mrs. T. Wardlaw Taylor
from eight to ten o'clock this evening
at the residence of .Mr. and Mrs. J.
Henley, Eighth street.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut. flowers.    Plione H 208 **
Constable Wilkie. of the provincial
police force, lias been asked to make
Inquiries about Cecil Robson, who left
Kngland about seven years ago and
was last heard from Xew Westminster about two years ago. His parents
i are anxious to find out what has be-
: i ime of him.
Easy      Take the round trip on tbe Eraser |
i leaves Brackman-Ker's    wharf    at    2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. ���*    ;
The Public
Supply Stores
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
One  of the  prettiest   fall   weddings
of tbe season took place yesterdaj" at
I the   home   of   George   Keid.   Seventh
j avenue, when  Miss Oli'e  Manchester
Roberts became   tlie   bride   of A. C.
I Thomas, of    Nanaimo.    Rev.    A.    F.
I Baker performed tlie ceremony.    The
bride was given away by her brother-
j in-law. George Reid, and her brother,
I Homer   Roberts,   acted   as   best   man.
The bridesmaid was Miss Lawson,   of
Vancouver. Miss Lougheed played the
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
WELSH    LADIES    CHOIR.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C. E. R.  Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
GET CADBURY'S
CHOCOLATES
Put Up in a Green  Box
Specially     Packed     by
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing  Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Coin- I ia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Organization Coming Here Next Week
Has  Flattering    Notices.
The Western Daily Press of Thursday, March 10, 1008. says: Tbe con-
cert given at the Colston hall last
nijrht in aid of the funds of the Sunday Afternoon Services, was a great
success, both artistically and financially. The large hall was crowded.
The choir opened with the part-song,
"Harlech" and "YrHaf," and went on
to "Llwyn Onn," "The Andalusian Bolero," "Y Deryn Pur," "Hob y deri
danrto," concluding with the Welsh
-National Anthem, "Hen Wind fy
Nhadau." The voices of the girls, In
their pretty national costumes, blended beautifully, and all their effoits
were cheered to the echo. The remainder of the program was equally
attractive. Miss Dayale Bibbings
(soloist, R. W. L. C.j gave an excellent rendering of .Weu nam's \ Little Orphant Annie;" .Mi.-s Nancy Nol-
clni, ai led by the chorus, was recalled for a beautiful rendering of
Sullivan's "Boor Wandering Ono." and
a similar compliment was paid M'si
liaisy Wyndham (also a soloist, R. W.
L. C.i. .Miss Kitto proved an acceptable subsitute for an unavoidably cancelled duet by members of the choir.
Mr. George Itiseley played the organ
in characteristic and masterly manner, while Mr. Dan Price's interpretation of "A Turkish Love Song,"
"Farewell," and "Glorious Devon" was
one of the features of the program, tlie
latter effort receiving an encore.
Madame Hughes Thomas, the conductor of the choir, accompanied the
members. Altogether the concert,
was splendidly carried through and a
very popular success.
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  tbis  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending frpm Fli st to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terrrfs.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Attractive Evening
Gowns  and Dresses
The party  season   with  its largo number of evening social events is now opening and new d ,   see w||,
be required.    Did you ever Btop to think ahout the possibility of securing  an  attractive evei
all ready for use without  the worry of buying material and having  it   made   up?     Our   shov
stratea tbe advance that  lias been  made  in  tailoring.     Here are dresses suitahle for the mo ,,.���,,
occasion,   Asl$ to see them.
Muslin Evening Gowns, in while
sky, pink and mauve muslins;
material is a tine mull, made in
ileal one piece styles with
dainty trimmings of net and insert ion, long and short sleeves.
Each $9-75
White and Ecru Net Waists,
$3.75 to $7.75. Waists with
style features of their own,
marking them as worthy of
more than passing consideration it' you are in need of an
evening blouse. They ate shown
in ecru and white nets made up
into waists with long or short
sleeves, high or low necks,
some witli peasant shoulders,
lined throughout with silk; all
sizes. Each $3.75, $4.50, $5.50
and $7.75
Ivory Net Evening Gown, made
with tucked panels and Insertions oi' heavy Guipure, wide
hand ol' Insertion over the
shoulders. B |Uare Dutch neck.
elbow sleeves, t unic overskirl
over  silk  slip.     Each   . ..   $37.50
Sky "Ninon Chiffon" Gov/n witli
waist  made  peasant  style, low
cul neck ami trimmed around
yoke with ivory silk lace In
Vandyke effect, and bands of
s itin Vervellleux; hobble skirt
trimmed with bands of satin
and pipings.    Each    $25.00
White Silk Evenin
'.I Gowns wm,
high nee!;, attrai tive!;        ��� ,.,
With   while   soutai   e   I
sign, and bands of ' i
ure   insertion;    o\i      it   vui.
points front and bad
Bale at        $23.50
Ecru     Al lover     Lace    Dresses
made   with   low   cul   m
Bhot t    sh'c\ es,   trimi
bands of wide Insertli i
ed   with   rose   vel ���
skirt  In    tunic    cffi cl    I
with   bow   of ribbon
Each  .   , $45.00
Special Thanksgiving
Display of Table Linens
A display demonstrating our ability to supply any demand made
ui>on us by housekeepers, hotels, boarding houses, etc Visit the
house furnishing section this week.
WE DIRECT ATTENTION TO THE  MATCHED  LINENS.
When buying our better grades of table Damasks to sell from
$1.00 to $2.50 per yard we were particular to secure napkins to match
each piece. Many new designs are noticeable, including polka dots.
rose, carnation, flour de lis, maple leaf, chrysanthemum, etc.
MATCHED TABLE SETS.    .
Another special feature of the linen section is tho splendid showing
of hemmed and hemstitched table cloths and napkins to match. Per
set $5.00 to $17.50
Hemmed Linen Table Covers
$1.00   Each.     Regular   Price  $1.25.
A special Thanksgiving opportunity, an offering thai will appeal to
hotels, restaurants, boarding house and housekeepers. Cloths are r.T
inches wide and 67 to sl inches long; assorted patterns, white, Strong,
durable and hemmed ready for use; also a small number of iinhem-
med cloths in tlie same sizes.    On sale this week, eacli    $1.00
Tea Cloths, Runners
Tray Cloths, Etc.
50c Each
Clearing odd    pieci s    up to
Sac.    In this Bpeclal li I are
tea  cloths  up  io  30 Inches
Bquare.   Runners up \f it by
63, tray cloths, 20
many     other  odd    Blze
plain Damask, finished linen
and fancy hemstltcl ed  Inei
On sale to clear, ea   ,  . .50c
Hemmed Table
Napkins,
$1.50 Per Dozen
Regular  Value $2.C0.
Pure  white  linen  table I
kins, hemmed readj  t
sizes ahout 20 bj     ���
The   lot   COn8i8tB   ���
her of odd  lines
to     $2.00     to     i ���
dozen  $t-50
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK   FASHIONS"   AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THEM.
Trimmed Hats, $4.75 to $10.00
A special display of new-  hats  for  the   Thanksgiving  sale���made up at  popular prices.    Shapi
plush, satin and felt, trimmed wiih ribbons, feather.- and ornaments.   Special 'his week . .$4.75 to $10.00
Children's Touques in all the usual popular Btyles, many new colors and Bhapes are here.
Patent  Leather   Hats  in  all the new shape-' for women, misses and children.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
"Why Bhould I give my cleaning and dyeing to the Royal
city in preference to ail
others?"  was    a    question    we
once had lo answer.    We didn't
tell,  hut   showed  why.
We are (till seizing lliat pillion and will he glad to show
you. The best cleaning and dyeing  works in  the city.
G.  F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Colurrbia St.
Wagon  will call for and   '.eliver
goods.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September IB, the SS. Transfer will leave BrackmaU'
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, exce] t  Sunday, at   .   p.m., for
Ladner,  WesthRm Island and Way Ports
Returning  to  New Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. ami Ladnef
7:.'1(1 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 6 a.m.
"his schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger tates apply to
ROBERT7JARDINE, Manager
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a specialty. All orders
ghen prompt itientlon. and night
calls answered.
Phones 7M  and 581.
Office:    -   -   -     4C5 CalUT.bla Street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast ot
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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