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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NUMBER  234
NEV   WESTMINSTER, IL C,
THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IT, 1910.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
PROPERTY TAXATION    Rif." ��� - ff, BBISH  {TRAIL Of DEATH ON    IMS NOW TRAINED
HEEDS RE-ADJUSTL .'i " um 0F m0L m\   ROAD TO PORCUPINE!   ON HOUSE Of LORDS
Aid, Welsh Explains Scheme
For Improvements to Escape Contribution.
Roads and Dredging Will Provide Subject  Mstter  for Discussion���Reception   to   Be Arranged.
Horrorof Stampede to Gold!Scene   in   British   Political
Camp in Northern Ontario!    Crisis   Shifts    to   Upper
is Almost Unequalled.
The regulai meetln ol the board
oi trade tbis evening promisee to b<
nm- ol tin.- busts     se sions thai  thai
���id   In; time.      ^L^i_i_i_i_i_i_i_i_i_i_i_i_M**        	
tak.       The  l-oad  question  is one of    tbeKvIt?8 on __�� tralls south of tbe Po''-
, radical change ta the method ��� I
     :,:o and taxation oi New West,
prohahh      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
goon.   li ^ generallj oon mala subjects to coin* up foi  discus
! ded thai the preaenl assessmenl i Blon.   Thi r��   I   tbe resolution passed
litable   ii condition due ti   thi b   thi   Surrej  board ol trade and the
.id growth pf the city, and 11   wa sine.1  coundl asking tor government
Montreal, Nov,  16.���Scores of pro?,
; ectora ai i   de id    and    many   othes
Chamber.
THE WOMAN H��MARRIED IS 'REPORT Of DEATH
VEHICLE FOR 0000 ACTING
Virginia   Harned  and   Strong   Supporting Company Cleverly Interpret
Play Lacking in Logic.
PRECEDES DEMISE
Of course the end Justified the
means, for it ensured emotional acting well worth witnessing, but al the
same time the person with a pencil ani
for analysis will wonder why Jack
so
Today's London Papers Publish Obituary of Tolstoi���
Philosopher Still Alive.
decided  some  time  ago   that  a  tiior-|aid  la Axing   up  the  Clover    Valley i
1 aid
.ul to provide a
tween   Vancouver
cupine gold camps in northern   Om
tarlo according to VV, R.   McLean,   a
mining expen  who arrived  from the
north  today.
McLean declares thai  the men elt-
Ihet
sl;
oupl, ,,.adjustment was necessary,   in
tin finance committee na m     Blaine, and Uiat wlll come up for dis
, parties  to  carry oul   tlie  cuasioh
work    The men   lmve not yel   been
osen.
ro.ii   uouai ca    iimi    i.nt:    1111:11   cu ~    r*~
���rved to death or died of expos- |tbe production of tbe^yeto lull
.uie.   The Dominion government agent ~~'J    ""' * "  '""
direct  hlgbwaj   be- jn ,>,,. g0id C0Untry were powerless u:
Westminster   and   the face o!  fiiilurc of supplies.
Appeals  foi  ai I falle
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ to teach civilization and McLean urges the authorities here to ---end a relief expedition in the hope ol Baving some lives.
The story of the stampede from the
Then  (here is the anibitloU!   pi ije *���
of thi   Pari, i   1 Ilghways   Association,
ihe   organization     wbi.-h lathe. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the  scheme  to  build    a   magnificent ('"t'1'1' "-'i'"1 "' the   new   Porcupine
road   from   Biitish   Columbia   tttfough country  surpasses  in  horror the    suf-
the   United  sta>es  to  Mexico.    Thai ferlngs experienced by the gold Beal
will also come up for discussion, bul era  of 'h<'  Klondike.    When    reports
London, Nov. IC,.���Interest In the
politic^ crisis has now shifted from
the Commons to the House of Lords,
which  assembled   this  afternoon.    As
soon as the  Lord Chamberlain    had  ... _
taken his seat on the woolsack, Lord pletlhg her toilette In "The Woma
Lansdowne, leader of the opposition, He Married.'' the pla> presented '
move I the government proceed with|thc Oi era house lasl nlghl with Miss
irodUctlon of the veto bill, Hej'virgihia Harned in the leading role
.iid thai the upper house was ready The good lady previously tmperson
with n contrihution towards a solu- ated Venus. Diana. Psyche and a few
lion oi the perplexing issue, which othei- beauties of a bygone age when
included a reduction of the present Qgure and not finery made the mail,
membership of the House of Lords, ,t faCj Which was well known to her
the abolition of the hereditary prln-1loviiig husband. And yet when, aftei
clple   and   adequate   retention   of   th
London, Nov. IT.���All the London
morning papers today published a.--
^^^^^^^^^^^^__^^^^^^^^^~, counts of the death of Count Leo
Harding .ets so terribly excited I Tolstoi the aged Russian philosopher,
when he discovers that his wife has |nciUdlng long memoirs of the life of
been posing for a plctnrejiefore com- ,!u, famous  Russian.    The Bto:iea ot
Tolstoi's death were based on a special dispatch to a news agency from
Moscow, but shortly after the paper?
were on the streets doubts were cast
on  the truth  of the dispatch.
Bhortly after a long  telegram  wnsi
received    from St. Petersburg stating;
thai Tolstoi was not dead.   Ti.e tele
gram included the following:
"This   morning   the   Nova  Vremya,
           ie|two   rather   tedious  lie's,  the   truth   is under   a   date   line   'Moscow.   Nov.   17.
he-.-; eiemeui al present \.A the house, brought   home to  him thai   his   wife 2:45 a. '��� .' says: A message lus just.
with such Infusion as may be deem- has  again  posed  for an old    friend, been received from ABtocova that the
ed best, either by election or other- Jules   MarBton,   in   a   costume   more crisis to Count Tolstoi's illness Is now
wise     He  maintained  that the  gov-'classlc than correct, he becomes vety passed and that he Is in no Itnmedi-
ernmem had no right to suppose that  much annoyed,   All of which is very ate  danger.    His    temperature    was
.9.6  last  night."
IDLE     RICH     MUST    PASS     AWAY..
If tie new assessors are given Into   make   a   reassessment
probably  go to work along
followed  be i
: .   luu   ii   the;   o i
.*.'.���     land   onlj.
. ��� h" no com;;.- lon aft*
;. ,    ������: ang    v
Bl
The secretary will    bring    up   the
question ol the ente ta i  nl and re-
���   *.. 1 echi leal    Bduci   I ���
 commission   which    h     scheduled  to
have been  hold     - In      nexl week
i   .        e      matters    to
with thi   c in lng of snow
��� e lhl(   I    send
���
No  Word  Has Come  From  St.  Kitt's  t!iat  won pf,,. ,.���,.���.,,,,,] piaudits,    Her
Asking for Games. acting   was   not, is   so   often   the
There   were  no  new   developments  ,.;,s,.. overdone or sta_.
n biiuw  n    woo !���- vesterday in the Butt,    ol ���   cltemenl   .,    .������,.; enough to make It  tmpres
      I,      th.   which  w,s caused by  the announce- Plve
was   i !,
Frederick Townsend Martin's Bitter
Attack on Non-Workers.
London. Nov. 1��.���Frederick Town-
send Martin, who has been spending
the summer here, sailed on Wednesday by the Adriatic. Soon after bia
arrival in New York. Mr. Martin
hopes to complete the arrangement
for the immediate publication o:' his
book dealing wi h the idle 11 :h. lb-
has selected as the title dr i   "The
' I h
I    send    pro I .-    into the  which  was causea  Dy  ine act him- s,ve. Passing   of   the   Idle    Rich."    which
,    ,  ,.. .....     ...   ment thai the St. Catherines Athletics     As the pli    vright husband  distract ....... ������       ;c.s
b<
���    lute .- | ,ni .���-.    is-an i '���     Geo
,  on  'li   s ''���':' ct.    Since the  Rt    Hon
David Lloyd-Gi irgi    the
i   Welsh, In speaking I Is   quite ; r<  ������
  , i   ���        m i    the bo       ��ill i e
Bketc bean It  lengthy.
ia very sin pie  ;���  ���	
' '' '*  ' irnir n       ���     artist'      ���   ', '   Geo -ee  "", ���
... -   cell) '        xchequer  ia
��   �� the rigtfl  de     ���        ���     v. W     '    '   "' the 1:'"-- ';   '   ' "'   ���
Lea��� hiev.'.as i    i   e oi ��� ie '**  Immortal     h    at   I
.   .   .        Temple,  before the  mei bet    ������    thi
���
: ...
ses.
The Scheme  Illustrated.
I |U! ��� :
. Lhi ee :. en f. a lots on a
\ leaves his land vat-own 	
' ror a vise In
: .      . ;   an   a-i .   nl ..'       B.  puis
oi   his lot, ���:
���    , ���(���    ,        -    s    lot       I'.
; - ���   (H) boose   f  bis lot and
: east.- the valu<   of ihe pio] ���
��� th the other men
.   ���  .   i   ! ,   . .  in h  lol   to
bi L'nder  the  i resen)   system
of i    ���    ment, C, the n tn  w ho has
��� d tbe pro] ei tj and done i
l        to help the citj. would  be as-
i        1  $1,400.    B.  would be assessed
and
-   laost ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���   of new    dwellings    in    the
; i o .d  ol   his  loi.  would   be M
�� Bed s 100  and all three men woul I
; es ac< ordlngly."
Un e   the Bystem proposed by Al-
d  Welsh  which la, In its basic
principle, the single ta\ Bystem, each
ef the  three   nen   would   be  assessed
I i   if it  were necessary to have
I ei assessed value to make up
for the improvements which would
nol be taxed}, each man would be assessed  .700
ol  thi   prospi   -. en   fright- had designs on the Minto Cup.    Both  e    ,    ..     .   ,.  M    ,.,.,,.    ���.,  ,.ltp..
Mam elsh   and   Secretary   Ryall  >:,,.���,   01   . ,   ,,v   ,,is  wl{e.3
din      o  McLeai ��� old   dei led i      I        edgi     o
i dee i supplii oi     ��� irners.
::.c,     i .. i ��� ��� ���     ���        ������ -       ��� ...   bo far
illy. - ������'..'���. ......
this failed to savi   life,   ted eon     out,  i      hi ey  pi     ������'   ,. . .,   ^bo ^mavrie-i  the  woman   too'-.   '."Trri     ���-
declared    I more   than good i   the C   l.a    That is , v pl      ,   .    ie in the plav scat- Libera1   Christian   Leai
ersons had died in the cai out all 1    I then jay at pie     ... b ..  ������ .     .   ��� left on his warning as to the serlou d I the
-������ I ore thai       5 were i '     ] e ia anxious to see  ,,,,..   fcnjpeara  ������ d     of    ���       '       lem ot the idle rich In ���   is coun-
Prompt   Action   cf   Mexican   Govern-  v,   ,     i    *....      was the core*   out, the mo i   thc   ,   ,r.       on   Cecil  Ariisl -    '   '  '    '   "
^^^^^ '   '**     -'    "-'--   i-.ni. ���     do send in a impersonated      ���    Galway     Herbert. ^���^ and there is interest in tod-
'oal   ' pretension.   M, .,     ,-,      n. as  the    pieasanl  JjB out how far Mr. Lloyd-G
are not n  led a ���    the   ���,,,..   whitaon   Mainbridge.   male  tho  ""'��� Martln a?ree'1 ln thail  xf9Wa% 0tt
tlu-        >       of  the  strongest ^^^^^^^^^^^m
AVOID    REVOLUTION.
ment Prevents Serious Trouble. no   pr��s]^^^Breliei
Mi tiot '��� 11   (Autio i- bellev<     I  then
av>  movement in twelve states 01 thi - . i the hardship aafl
been e ip] r< -������ i I b;   :  i gi
nee of <           ers Lean, wl       ���--        ��� I  :';   '��� ���
easun oon || vfrli      Uaska an I.Cal
a�� .-       -  was received  thai   tri able Bia, declares that  no gold rush coil-
was , .   ���
Conference  on  Education   Date.
London. Nov.  i<L���On  Invitation
the Imperial government the i n- <
conference  on   education   Is   C
to meet in  April, rail, prior i i ,
at: m festivities.
in      H.   would  be  assessed' ���        ���_,..., lirr.
;     ; SOCIALISTS DOMINATE
UBOI ELEMENT OF STATES AS.
tains the stories of Buffering thai the
Porcupine rush will reveal when the
doiails become known. Familiar with
the sufferings of the Donnei party in
California when men were forced io
eat the Besl from the bodies oi their
de. d CO li . Mi I.' ' I asserts I hai
conditions alnost as frightful exist In
Porcupine.
a party of n Iners, foleseelng the inevitable death  if they   remained, attempted to leave the camp. The roads
at the time were obliterate i by Bnov
he    men    became    lost  In  the
ss. treeless \vns:fs.    Two of the
endeavoring  to  find  the trail.
���   it,  which  Journeyed
oul   hei e  ) isl   Beat ,  I he    Athlel
maj havi  difficult? In finding financial
backing foi  the trip.
For the next few days the eity will
be la bus] erne.
ni'-st of her opportunity in
mlnntes she wa before th.e foctli^hts.
Paul ii"\ev excelled In his Inter-
��� i ution of .'��� les Marl i ��� i tbe artist
in whose studio Mrs. Harding posed.
Jules proved himself a latter day
philosopher when, having lost his
"Little Damo.el." he turned to Lady
Nicotine for solace
!d2ho  May Go "Dry."
Loise.  Idaho,  Nov.  H���H I  major-,     ��� ,,c k^j^Bj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ity  of fn'e  in  the senate and  fifteen. smaller  audience    than   it   deserved,
in the house tbe Republicans will con- for it was one of fhe
the few v'e s,lhlect-
Mr. Martin is In e. ine ��� ;-. | I crusade against tbe Idle rich, and he declares that he has devoted an immense amount of time during the
last three years to it. As he says during this peri 11 he has had gai I opportunities for studying the subject.
'It takes a  tremendous amount   of
.w ,  ...     _���_.-._ ,    courage to write as 1 have and sneak
The play was witnessed by a muM  ^   ]   ^..   .^   Mp   j,a:tin.      "i  go-
Leader   Max   Hayes    Predicts   Change
Will Come Before Long���President
of American  Federation Liked.
i nv{y, ___________
Iwere engulfed In a swamp and drow.i-
e.l  before  the eyes  of their compan- ^^^^^^^^^
'Ions who were unable to save them, prohibition  amendment    that
'' " '"" '"'"" ",""1'  malie Idaho dry as a state.
tro! both branches of the Idaho legislature, despite the Democratic landslide at the recent election which resulted in the election of the Democratic candidate, .lames 11. Hawley, to
the governorship over Governor
Brady, who was seeking reelection.
The Republicans claim that they will
have the necessary tw:-thirds majority to force through the constitutional
11--*    would
dramas seen here for
an   it   deserved,  ao  '   ""'    	
best Interpreted  '"" aI1(I n'0i���' tIie l,e��P'e wli�� ���'���'���'��� 'J,r-
sotne time Martin you are writing and speaking;
against yo'i   own class.    Your whole
against voir ow.. 	
; life has l-fcfen llvel anong thi? class;"
jbutrI   answered  fern  that   for   that'
  reason 1 am letter able to jud-.e.
|    "Mr.  Llovd-G(?o': e nnd  myself   aror
FEFD   FAR  MAN   p4TFRS  ,llorou8bl>' i'1 accord on one point  in
SCIENTIST'S PARTY MADE
i Hy heroic effort, the remaining mem
bora of tlie party succeeded in finding the trail and in Bavlfag their lives.
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sta.
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a.
SI.   Louis.
��ov   lfi.���Ultimate n  ���'
I'.iKin
g a mora tangible case, the nation
.Olllr.    .-.,,,.
of the Amferlcan Federation of
���*i...
owners of the  Dominion  Trust   block Labor by
(be Socialists wns
predict-
leader of the
7.
��
���
���
   ���
Dominion     Trust   present   session  oi   the  '^ll""''""-(;;;i >
Property   would   be   assessed   slightly  the  next,  hut   he deeln ed "? U
hi        a   the corner lot ls more valu- hand  writing  was oui th��i w��" ^
al i   'l.an  .he  one  farther  down,  but  that Socialist control vas Onlj  "
1 i     due ni. the bulldln
no difference
*>n the comer of  Columbia  and  Sixth'ed today by  Mav 1!,1>(_    ..  ���   ,���,w   i��� 1
street, would be assessed almost the | Socialists at  thfl conVentlofl howjn
-    i as the man who owns the lot on session here.   Hayes uin ,.
are  stotes   of   A.   B.   (Hay   and  that   the  Socialists  woul        n     Mb   ,
W   i   Kerr     The    ���< ...,i..i....    Trn.i  m-nnonl session ol  the federation.
Naval Bases Abroad.
Loii'ton. Nov. IT.���The ad-
mltalty will nexl year send a
flotilla of ���sUbmarinea to Hon?
Kiuu . where It will be perma-
n en tly stationed, Later a Similar flotilla wlll be sent to Gibraltar  and  other  naval  has?s.
Cities to Unite.
Edmonton, Nov. 16.���At a
meeting of the city council of
Strathcona this evening, it was
decided to unite thai city with
the cai Ital "f Alberta. Th.e
proposal to make Edmonton
and Strathcona one city lias
i een a It ocated for years.
this crusade, and that is. that v.*
Lthoroughly idle man is a great cursa
to the community. His days aie numbered and he Is doomed to pass away
from the face of the earth.
"1 have studied and thought a great
c'.eal on tbis subject for many years;
���^p^p^p^p^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   aud  the  result  has  been  tie
 , 'script that 1 have written, whefeio 1
have   tried  to  prove  that,  owing   to
Victoria, Nov. IG,���The fate of tlie  the process of evolution  there is  no
Austrian  expedition   aboard   the   ship  room for the idle rich and that they
Albatross, headed by Baron Von Nov- are as a class doomed."
beck, noted scientist, have been solv-
Fate  of  Austrian   Expedition   to  Solo
mon  Islands Solved After Long
Laose of Years.
��� ���
���������������������������������������**
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Hire. ^^^^_
1000  and   1901   but  one
_Z��T��S*-** *-*;-: Opposition Will Make Attempt
"���""""""-'  ���*-'-���"Kl To Reconcile Warring Faettors
wiiiid make ter oi
^^^^^^^^^ ���
V.irant  Lots  Would  Pay.
The vueanl lots on Columbia Btreel  terances,    ��"""'������    ������ ���        .,    fol.
would  be assessed  for    an    amount  there are elghtyflve oi us l^ "i     t
��� lol on which there was n eratlon.    We have  \lctor bwb.
reprflseni  us In the conBress of tne
* .,*,  the vacanl lota on tbe L'nited States and our upwaid marcn
"    ���     reeta   would   bo  nssesaed  so shows itself everywneie.
1       '    '  li  would  I), almosl  Impoa-     ��I have no axe toJfrtnj.ana w o 	
!1 le to hold them unieBa n  revenue rail.or not  speaK  '-''���:.,'.  ,.-,,���  _,n re��d the speech from the throne
Product* building we. erected, .The"and hi. re-e^ctlo^aa ^^ ^ |W,}J T^ectJl the session will he he made
ed.    For fourteen years the party has
been missine. Almost the entire party
was  massacred and their  bodies  furnished   a   feast   for   canibals   in   the
Solomon   islands.      The    news     was
brought   to   Victoria     trday     by   Dr.
Northeote Deck, who  arrived  by the
I steamer Zelandla.
|    Aside from Flaron Ven Morbeck
expedftiofl conslste-.i    of    LtentehaUt
:i: dtk,  Micte! i:   av  De  ''ci.-L-L .nd
a half dozen Ballots.
Dr.  De?k interviewed natives who
Th*
the
No Word of Wolverinj.
Selkirk, Man., Nov. Hi.���Apprehension for the fate of the missing steamer Wolverine Increases lioutly. The
crew of the Lady of the Lake returned from Gull Harbor to Gimli today.
after having cruised as far as Commis loners island without picking i'n
.any trace of the missing boat.
Coming Closer.
Edmonton,  Nov.  HI.���The
t-1! the story of tie ausrraro. 	
Austrians  were  surprised   by blacks gnglneerB. c'amp was moved
mwkea pjtzhugh   3ob   miles   nearei
Id iof
The  Hague wr.l also be "-"--   Xm NorbCck tomahoi
The finances ot the Da- ana b.uju
1 will he opened today,
���  build up the town would nol  federation    l can sav pe
values,  hut  do
u.iih tbe progress of the
1      ide in pay fnore than those who
1       i   "ti  th.e  rise   cf  values    hut
n��t advance
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Present  System   Net   Satisftctory.
! '"   an W'e'. ii does nol claim thai
en e  u noW. he-   he claims that
1 ��� I n -em s\ stem haa c luaed general
'      IU     tlon  and  that  the  plan  he
I les   lias   worked   sue essfullj
oth
ever, and I think mv sentiments are
those of a majority Of the Socialists.
that Gompers probably is the best liked man In the union ranks today."
Ottawa   No,   '���'    The ti-.ird session tii'uual  at
or the eleventh parlianent of Canada referred to,    Th.e finances of the uo- mm *,.*i.,m  ..... 	
when Rarl Grey minion   will   he  declared   to  bo  in  a  from behind.    Tho sailors fought off
satisfactory   conditi in,     Mention   will   tho blae'.;s after several were wounded
H���,lvv,  ....  _ uc ���aw. of a new banking act to be  and   made  a   camp  where   the  baron
long and  matked  by   bitter debates. Introduced this session, tn which but  died.    The camp was surprised  .'.or-
'   has been sadly few departures from the present act ing the night and or.ly three escaped,
G. T. P.
todaj to
the   Pa
cific  Coast.
The opposition, which
divided   in   past   years,   will   majo   '.  v iAU>  ��;.'';���'���; rf..nn!,rabl^ for
Bnpreme e��6rt to atrengthen^tsell hy |    Thto^rtna on ftpplfcations,
reconciling  the warring^&��*U��� J ^   ����;!,���  (,.f���tp ,  ,p,,r(1.    nunng
order to be able to  present a ^ .,_  twenty.fr.e  appHca-
accord- front to the government. .,    )f     M h  twenty
!    The arrival of the Rainbowmthe ^  were j  .. q{ ^
Sho���"aVon a newly ;St,obe. the  flrsl: ergtaJJ<�� tl^Cg  JJ    ���- ^ fo  m  ^  u,
���"'" an    the reel-  plications for divorce were entertain
Absconding Bookkeeper C. light.
Brandon, Nov. id���Charles beeley,
tho missing bookkeeper for Campbell
making their way to the coast. UIU lua
They never tearnfld^WhaLbecame of  an,i  campbelirbas  been" arieslea  tn
'-.a*'*       Cc.oil,.,   /liK.'im.ea: e,l   ��
their fellows. Dr. Deck found rem
nants of the remains cast aside st'tei
a cannibal feast.
London, Ont.
few days ago.
shape.
Seeley   disappeared  a
liis books are i.i baJ
i
Iy from the water users. Thi.-
lng fo Mr.  Welsh, is not just
"A man builds I  .^^^^^^^^^
openel sireet.   He applies for water, Iadtan naVv
FIELDING   ILL.
Minister of Finance Leaves fir West
UNION   WITH   MAINE.
 It   in   B.UU.   .OH   VM    a      ,    ���  J. "_, t���r water.     | _��� = Uw Mr '���� '����'   "*"��������� 'inl t'
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ���   ajj  of  tlie  other  lofs  "ii
,  -  was attracting much more build :    "The own ... pvoperty for
���hii al the piesem time for the the street ad   ���; ,W| eW;   tuo
1       'i  that   in  Seattle tie taaea on sale wltn^wk�� on ;1 8treet
�����> building put up almost devoured  insta.1..tlon ��   ; ^  (lu, pi.opovty
ih�� revenue, while In Vancouver the undonbtaaiy D^����     my shr,]1(, they
man  who made  the    imprftvementse on the aue<t- tftxeB>��
*     able to reap the benefit thereof,  not pu\ pari "    t,caUy  no  difference
, 1'>c motion  to estah'ish  the  systeai       Theie    a   1 ,' w;1(pl. 80 far afl
���ni core before    the    council  between seweiage ^��eevned (0 a ,0,
n���� Monday night, but as ii Is such Improvements w��   ^ difference in
an   inportant   (lue.stion   it   will
j***************************************** *-\\ssss\\
i-e  referred   to  a   sjeclal   meet-
,nS of thp ,.. incil  for discussion.
Frontage Water Tax.
*
:
���
������..'.
ther reform which th.e alderman
*JH advocate Is a frontage water tax.
���y Hie- present time the revenue for
tne water maintenance is derived sole-
an I   yet  there .��� ..   .
the method of taxation for the mvo.
\ldermaii   Welsh   thinks   the   revenue  ���
water  department   should   he  ���
s the rev- ������
Let  those ,���
way a��
for  the
derived  in the same
ence   for  Uie  sewer  tax.
henetlted   pay
not.
Stock Seized.
New Vork, Nov. 18,���The entire slock of Joseph Brook (t
Co., an English woolen firm
wiih a branch establishment
here for the past, quarter of a
century, was seized today by
the government in pursuance
of an action to recover $200.-
000. Fraud and other wrongful
acta have been chained against
the  flrm,
��� *
* >
��� ���
��� *
* *
* *
whether  they   use' or-*
Gift From Carnegie.
Pittsburg, Nov. 10.���Andrew
Carnegie will celebrate bis
seventy-fifth hirth.lay this
week by a gift, of $3,500,000 to
the Carnegie Technical schools
at Pittsburg. Of this sum $L-
fiOO.OOO is for buildings and
equipment, and $.000,000 for
endowment. Carnegie's previous gifts to this Institution
total over twenty million dollars.
Important  Suggestion  of  Much   Interest to Canada   Is  Made.
Cliarlottetown,  P.  E.  1���  Nov.  LL���
est Indies.    His neauu   The  political   union   of   tlie   state   ot
has been very poor of late and it is  Maine  with  Canada  is  advocated  by
not   expected  that  the   minister  wi'l  the    Cliarlottetown    Daily    (Juarolaia.
attend  the coming session  of parlla- wliich says:
ment. If the doctors have their way. j    It is high time that tbe a'.ateameji
Mr.  Fielding is suffering froai facial of Canada gave serioiu consideration
paralysis. - to the possibility, to use. no s*��routes-
i   iterm, of admitting the adjoining atatia
I Many  in  'Frisco. i of Maine into the Domini Jn
Washington. Nov. m.���me poema-j "A glance at the map iff sufficient to
tlon of San Francisco at the, present show that the stute of Maine belongtt
time Is 416,012. geographically to Canada rather thau
 . , to the United States.     Being now a
Looks Bad. foreign country it lr tw scrae> extent
Winnipeg, Nov. 10.���The Y. M. C. also an obstacle to the rlfcht deveiop-
A.  campaign fund has only    reach" 1  ment df our grant transportation. sy��-
*   ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^m   **   - -;^^^^^MijjffjjjBjjjjjjjjj^H^  $145,000 this evening.   No large sub- tem. while at the aara*.tiif>* the stal<��.
********************************** scrlptions were received today. is shut out.'"
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   NOVEMBER
aeae
iu'iO,
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
���SMART MAN AS BOLICI-
tor. Apply Koyal City Dye Works,
Colnmbia st.
tVAXTED-
AL t ity
ferred.
-A   WAITRESS   AT   ItOV-
Hotel; eldeily person pre-
tf
WANTED���A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED room, with or without
board. A] ply Bos 81; Daily N- ws
Ofl
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for    Victuals   for  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED 'TENDERS   addressed  to
the   undersigned,  endorsed   "Tenders
for  Victuals" and  accompanied  by  a
'certified  cheque  for  di  per cenl    of
thp amount of th.e tender, will be received   up   till   noon   on   Wednesday,
November 30, at  the  Department of
ihe   Naval   Service,   Ottawa,   for 'tho
supply of th.e following commodities,
to  be delivered a;   the  Naval   Dockyards   at   Halifax.   N.   S.   and    Es |ui-
imalt,  B. C, Leans,   (haricot)   Chocolate,   Flour,   Jam.   Marmalade.   Meat,
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby .iven that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Hoard for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the |
premises known as the Royal Clt.
Hotel, situated corner of Customs, CanadlElBS
House Square and Columbia street,
in the said City of New Westmina
ter.
E.  FALCH.
New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1910.
CAMPAIGN Of LIB H.
m*mmam
and    American
Settlers Said to Be Pour_
From Frozen North.
ing
TO
and
DRIVE
McClug-
TBAMSTER WANTED
wagon. Apply James
}iao. Front  St.	
WANTED���ALL   KINDS   OF   SKINS
.lined, lined and mounted. Satlsfac-
guaranteed.    D.  S.  Cameron,
X;
t ion
Phone R527.
WANTED-rBY   A   YOCXG   SCOTCH-
l osition on a ranch.    AppiJ
10   Daily   News  Offlce.     	
man
Bos
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION
preserved     (Corned     Meet', -i 	
Brawn),  Milk,    condensed,
Oatn eai, Marrowfat   Pea
Pepper,   Salt,   Suet,   Sugar,   Vinegar,
Tea, CoiYee, Rice and Raisins.
The  period  of  contract   to  be   for
one year trom December 1st, 1910
Forms of tender may he had   from   situated   on   corner  of   Columbia   and
tie undersigned. [Eighth  stieets,  in the said    City of
Unauthorized    publication   of   tills New Westminster.
Notice will not be paid for.
G. ,L DESBARATS,      New
Mustard,     NOTICE is hereby given that l In-
Split Peas,  tend  to apply at the next  Bitting of
tlie Licensing Hoard  tor tlie City of
New Westminster    for a renewal  of
License to sell liquor by retail on the
; premises  known
Winnipeg, Nov. IG.���If there is any
lurking idea thai the ai lacks of unscrupulous United Stales landagents
cn Canada are at an end, the following extract from the Austin, Texas,
Statesman,
published a tew days ago
will prove tbe contrary,"A copy of the
paper in which  it is contained  waa
.1. Wl
Westminster, Nov. 15, l!Un
NURSE
WANTED���A   CHILDREN'S
for four months.    Apply  Mrs.    Di
Jones, 48  Royal avenue,	
WANTED ���SMALL KAN'*'". IM-
proved, with buildings, In the vicinity ot New Westminster. lu.i
to Vancouver Brokerage
stieet east.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the  Naval   Service,
Ottawa, October 25th,  1910,
NAVAL     SERVICE      OF     CANADA.
fjarticulars
.Land, 62 Hastings
FOR  SALE.
fr-OR SALE-TWO CORNER LOTS
aa 'Jenth avenue, $350 each. Appi)
Bos   E.,  Daily   News. ^
���jpOH    SALK  ���  MODERN    7-ROOM
bungalow on 4th st; immediate possum.    Price $4000,    easy    terms.
National Finance Co. Ltd.
pes
Apply
FOR SALK���TWO LOTS ON TTH
avenue, West End; slashed, price
$650 each. Apply National Finance
Ca Ltd.	
FOR SALE��� 10 ACRES ON SEC. 34,
block 5, N. R. 2 W; price $4u0 per
acre: quick sale. Apply National
Finance Co. Ltd.
SFOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box -.Th. City.
FOR  SALE  OR  RENT  BY  OWNER.
s.even room modern house on Fourth
street.    Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street
Westminster, B. C.
New
FOB    SALE���AT
\ erase,   case    of
birds, $250,
VIDAL'S
beautiful
WARE-
stuffed
Notic3      Concerning       Tenders       for
Clothing and   Kit  for the Seamen
of the Naval Service.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Ten-, ers
'for Clothing and Kit" accompanied by
samples and a certified cheque for 10
per cent of the amount of the tender,
will be received up till noon on Wednesday. November 30, 1910, for the
following contracts:
1, For the supply of���Boas, Uniform Badges and Buttons. Underwear,
| Socks, Stockings, Jerseys, Comforters. Cholera Belts, Leggings, White
Shins, Collars. Towels. Blankets,
Beds, Bed Covers; Knife Lanyards,
Brushes I Tooth, Hair, Clot lies and
i Boot), Combs (horn I.
::.    Blue   serse.   Duck,   Jean,   Drill,
Flannel and shirt in.   in the piece.
o. For thetnaking up of the folio .v-
ing garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpeisl
! I with nnd without cuffs), Duck Jump-!
ers. Trousers, I Duel . Seree Cloth) j
Overcoats, Monkey Jackets, Shi:ts. ;
Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars, |
Caps, (round and peaked), Cap Cov-
;ers. Overalls,  (Combination Suits).
The  period  of  contract  to  he  for!
one year from December 1st, 1910 for ���
Articles  in  Schedules   1   and    2   and
from January 1st, 1011 for Aiticles :n !
| Schedule 2.
Forms of tender may he had from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized    publication    of   this
Notice will not be paid for.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department  of tho Naval   Service,
Ottawa, October 25th, 1910.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend to apply at the nexl sin inn of
the Licensing Board for the City >f
New Westminster for a transfer and
renewal of license to sell liquors by
retail on the premises known as tlie
Cosmopolitan Hotel, situate on Columbia street, opposite C. P. It. depot, in the said city of New Westminster,
j. D. b. Mcdonald.
New Westminster. Nov. 15, 1910.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
COUNTERS FOR SALE AT VIDAL'S
���svarehouse. 15 and 20 feet long, BOlld
:'. foot top���must le sold. Make us
?.n o��er.
CITY     CF     NEW     WESTMINSTER,
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  LET���FL RNISHED ROOM. COR-
nei  Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
"��D')IT    71'    Tr*W   circa'
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 Sth St.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
Lusiness section.    Apply 129 Tentli
*\\*r****t
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
p.iy upstairs Trapp block, corner
'^Intrbtn   <*:.'opt   and  f'larkson
TO     RENT   ���  FURNISHED     BED-
roonis. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after f> p. tn. or hetween 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
��it <�����**.
LOST.
liOBT ��� BANK OF MONTREAL
cheque for $161.50, issued by Royal
tily Mills in favor of W. T. Askew
���on the 16th inst., on 2:30 car from
Hnrnaby to city. Finder please return to News Ofllce.
LOST���A DROWN WATER SPANIEL
:;t New Westminster tram station,
���on the nislit of Saturday, November 5th. Dog had collar on when
last Been. Reward for same. Communicate with Hemphill Bros., Ltd.,
416 Loo Bldg., Vancouver.
1XJST -A DIAMOND SCARF PIN
lasl Saturday, between Baptist
church and Welsh's Grocery. Kindly leave Bame at C. A. Welsh's grocery store and receive reward.
SX.ST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for J13.50 on Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 863 Co-
lumblrf stieet west and receive re-
ward.
"���LOST���BLACK WAGON COVER,
waterproof, between Blackie street
:.ncl Geor. e Cunningham's blacksmith shop. Finder please notify
Daily  News.
NOTICE.
Local   Improvement  Notice.
The Municipal Council of tlie Corporation of the City of New Westminster having by resolution determined and spec!fled that it la desirable to cany oat the following works,
that  is to say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, paved roadway, boulevard-,
and storm sowers on Third Stieet
from Royal Avenue 'o Sixth Avenue.
And   that   tbe   said   work   shall   be
carried   cut   in   accordance   wltb   the
provisions   of   the   "Local    Improve-;
i.uent General   By-law  1909."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor  having  reported  to the  Conn-',
cil  in accordance  with th.e provisions -
of  the   sail   by-law    upon   the   said
works giving statements showing the
amounts  estimated  to  be   chargeable
against  the  various portions of  real i
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars, and the
Bald   reports  of  the  said  City    Engineer  and City  Assessor having  been
adopted by the Council.
Notice   Is   hereby    given    that   the i
said  leports are  open  for inspection;
at the office of the city assessor, city
hall,  Columbia street, New  Westmln-
ster,  B. C, and that unless   a   petl-
tlon    against,     the     proposed    works-
above mentioned  signed by a major-
Ity of the owners of the land or real ;
property  assessed  or  charged  in   respect    of    such    works, representing
at least one-half  in  value thereof isl
presented  to  the  Council   within   fifteen  days from the date of the  first
publication   of  this   notice   the  Coun-
cil   will   proceed   with   the    proposed
improvements  under such terms and I
conditions as to the payment of the \
e��>st   of such   Improvements   as   the!
Council   may   by   by-law   in   that,    behalf regulate and determine and also !
to make assessment.
Dated this Sth dav of November A.
1)., 1910.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of  first   publication  tlie   Oth j
day of November, 11)11).
. s tlie Depot Hotel, sent post haste to the Alliance Lan
company, by one of their clients, who
asked if the Information was true,
The Item brings out prominently a
fad of wliich all Canadian land men
are aware, thai there is war on be
tween Texas an.l Canada for seniors
from the middle and western states,'
j, Bruce Walker, commissioner of Immigration, has heen forwarded a copy
of the article wliich he headed, "Pour-,
lng From Canada���Homeseekers come
to Texas in tralnloads, weary of fighting cold In the far north." Here it ia
word for word as it appealed in the
Austin newspaper:
San Antonio, Texas, Nov,   3.���Five
solid  trains of homeseekers  reached
San Antonio this morning.     This Is
the   lar. est   number   which   lias   yet
come on a single excursion.   Another
trainload wlll come tomorrow.   They
come from all sections of the central
stales.     Tlie   Canada   contingent   was
particularly large this time, there be-,
ing  more  than   five  hundred   persons
from that section.   Tliey occupied several   special   cars.     These   Canadians
have  been showing great interest in;
Texas for several months, and the big
movement at  this  time  is  the  result
of  reports  made  by  committees sent I
here to investigate the possibilities of
southwest Texas.   These reports have '
| been favorable in tlie extreme   Tliose
looming from Canada are for the most;
part   American  farmers  who  went   t.i
Canada several years ago and have be-
' come  disgusted  with  the  short   crop
i season    and    the    excessively     cold
! weather.    There aro also a number of.
! native Canadian and Englishmen. The
indications are that Texas will during
���lie winter get several thousand families of these American-Canadians.        I
"Th.e   inrush   to   Canada   from   the
United   States  stopped  several   years j
ago,"   said   Jaiv.es   A.   Johnson,   with |
the party.      "The  movement  is now-
back to the United states.   The farmers from the northern United States
who  went   to  Canada  are   nearly  all
dissatisfied.      As  there  are  a  large
number of immigrants coming to Can-j
ada from  England,  France and other j
European   countries,    tlie   Americans ,
are finding it possible to sell their Canadian   homes,   and   they   are   gladly
taking advantage of it.   The majority,
of them  will come to Texas, for they
are looking for lone crop years and a
���BBaESSSft
*%
\
owsers
Every coat and vest will outwear two or three
pairs of trowsers.    Every man should have several extra pairs to brighten up his attire, and in buying he should be ;-uie
that they are properly
made-made to lit.
Fine stripe worsteds,
well made  $3.50
NOTICE is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City cf
iNew Westminster for a renewal of
! license to sell liquors by retail on tho
premises known as the Merchants'
Hotel, situate at the corner of Columbia and McNeely stieets, in th.e
said City of New Westminster.
REUBEN ELLLY.
New Westminster. Nov,  15, 1910.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith ;
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase     the     following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at
th.e northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2951, thence north
about co chains more or less, to (linear Sakinaw Lake, thence east 60
chains more or less, thence south SO
chains ir.o:e or less, thence west 40
chains, moie or less, thence north 4 i
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
Very    strong-
tweed 	
heavy
��� $2.C0
9
I
ifir-Tir. zviiir" **"
Nice dressy worsteds
 $5.00
Very fine West of
England worsted ,>7.50
Heavy grey homespun
pants $1.50
Also at $1.50, $1.75,
$2.50, $3.00, $4,00,
$4.50, $6.00 and $8.00
?~~" W^T8*'  <���.**t:i.*ynnu**fiiiy\.t
���   ���     ���
M. J. Phillips
New Westminster. October 20,
IOHN  PERDLNAND B. C-GS.  t
I
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
191C,
COtlt
9����
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:i0, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
am., and every half hour thereafter
until  li:30  p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:60, G:20, 6:60, 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter  until 11:00 o.m.
place
ble."
wheie diversification
is   possi-
PLURAL    HOMESTEADING.
Sjnday Schedule.
Car. leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every halt hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:00 a.m.. and t��very half
hour thereafter  until 11  p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.    |
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars  leave  Westminster!
at S a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Tisdale, Sask.,   Nov.   16.���Quite   a
stir was caused  here by the Inquiryi
conducted by E. C. Leech, of the Dominion  Land  department   into   cases
; where plural  homesteadlng  was   bus-
ipected.   win Johnson Hoyd admitted
[that  he had four homesteads at  Wa-'
pella, Neepawa,  Dauphin and Tisdale..
jLis  explanation    regarding  the  last1
one   at   Tisdale     was   thai   ihe   other!
i ones were poor land.    The evidence
i heard  showed  that  Hoyd  had  proved
: up  on   the  previous  homesteads  and
Iliad   heen  duly   sworn   when    making
application for entry at Tisdale. Similar  cases  are  afoot   against  John  F.'
! Body,  Samuel  Johnson  Hoyd, jr. and ,
Jacob  J.  Gathers.    All  these   parties'
; came  from  Ontario  In   1R77  and  the'
j modus  operandi  in  setting   the  addi-1
i tional   homesteads   lay   In    dropping
one of tbe Christian names.
I
FOR   QUICK   SALE
80 Acre? Writer Front Property, two and  one half
miles east from PORT MANN.    2020 feet fronting
��� ���  1 ������
on Fraspr River.    A verv choice tract at a genuine
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
-J
8:17
On and after October 1, 1910, we,
"Wi undersigned, will sell coal for
.rash only, either with the order or on
.���rka'ivery.
GILLEY I1ROS., LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA. & CO.
New Westminster. Sept. 24.
NOTICE.
Th�� undersigned has moved his
���office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
he -t.DI conduct the real estate busi-
ttxsvs nr.i'er hls own name,   The office
*&Zt Two'."'.li 3*.   '-' '' r'- "-*"���
D. ii. iiOUliivii.
TrtAoe Marks
Demons
Copyrights Ac.
.nrnnn smiling . dketeh *n<t tlPMnTitlon ni)
. ilcklT njcortatu our opinion free wltiMlmr an
luvuMtloQ Iti probably jmt��iitiiMo, Commnnlna-
tloiuurl��tl. TiniWKntf.-. . HA ..BOOK on Patents
lout froe..01deat ni/nut**. for Boourihl imtentn.
I'utenta ta. en throu. h -Munn is Co. receive
tfecial nolle**., without charge, la tha
Scientific fimttmi
A handsome!. Wuetr&ted feunl. Ivirsuit rir-
mlailnD of any aclontlflo Journal. Terma lol
Can'w'.u, t,'i.i'i a year, pontage prepaid. Hold \>J
all ncwmloalert.
llranch OfMne. 8M ir HL. tyuhlast m. ti. C
Great  Northern  Railway,
Leaves     N'ew     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:06 p. in.
Leaves    New    Westminster     10:. 0!
a. m.:   arrives Seattle 3:15 p.m.
Leaves     N'ew     West minster     4:301
p. ni.:   arrives  Seattle 9:40  p.m.
Leaves    N'ew    Westminster    l_:27
a. m.:  arrives Seaitle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle   S:(;."v  a.m.;   arrives
N'ew Westminster 2:R0 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.;   arrives!
N'ew Westmlns'er 0:25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle   4:36  p.m.;   arrives
N'ew Westmlns'er 0:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle  11:45 p.m.;  arrives
N'ew Westminster fi:?,0 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from brldpe passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives nt Port
Gulchon fi: 110 p. m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. tn.
, No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in taltness���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.   Use no other.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas  Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   fi:u0   a.m;   arrives
j bridge passencer Btatlon,  New  West-
minster,   10:20   a.m.   daily   execept I
i Sunday.
Loaves    New    Westminster    bridge!
| passenger station 3:60 p.m.;  arrives|
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday. I
ISI
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
You Will Save Money By Buying Jewelery At
T. GIFFORD'S
THE JEWELLER
He is forced to vacate his present premises, and
is offering his entire stock of Watches, Rings,
Clocks, Silverware, Brass Goods, High Class
Hand Painted China, Umbrellas, Manicure Sets,
Brush and Comb Sets, Cut Glass, Knives, Forks
and Spoons, and everything that is found in a
first-class Jewelry Store, at prices that will make
the goods move. So now is your chance to
make $1.00 do the work of $2.00.   .....
Shop in the morning and we can give you better attention
Trapp Block, Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
i ���THURSDAY, NOVEMBER  17, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGR THRF.E.
TO
SELL
PORTION   OF third time and finallj settled ai �� r���k.'h
ROSSLAND   C'.TY   PARK sequent The   l       ""'���'' theast comer of the city park,
__��� ��� ,    thp rnnnt ,   i w     the Bame not being required for cor-
s���.    16.-A aueslion   ol ��� .77.', ��*Lto.��_��  >-<" Purposes
_ov   16.���A question   ol   and  dispose  of tl,.' i .��� i .        ' " '    '     '''   Purposes pc
it, will be  Placed  be   S  '^ M""UM "     *">���� the council have passed n     fli
���
, ,   ��� .,,   of   Rossland   nexl
.   ich will be fougl ��� i
���' .-, the time the election of
���:'��������� | the aldermen Ls   u-
;,i be the proposal   In-
1 \     t
:
cit;
��� ! still remain some I n
present council I i Bel!
:
limits
mo city propertj  to th ���
12 96   acres  situated   i it-
���
,,,  w\ ,. . ten constitute I ie
ing  thirty acrei   so elj
I oses.    It  is not inti   d
: .   any of that   which   lies
'     ...   city limits, but ii is deem-
to dlspoB<   of tho   42 9fi
' ,   ii,- outside, as the land
...      ,. re iniied   for corporate
:.  y is it desired  to   sell
'    tt,  ..  ol ii in one lot, but i; will
nto one. two nr three acie
di tnand arises.
enl the interest on the ; irk
' ���,     ���    .225 a year and $146 lias
the sinking fund <��� .
mths,    if the  land  can  be
���  al   Buch   a  price   as   to
.   debentures the Bum   if
.  :  will be saved to the city
( i      foi the next fifteen yeai
' 15465.
-; . incll al their last mec t-
lng carried the bylaw through its sec-
,.. and  ii   will  be   read   a
TWENTY NEW CONVENIENT MODERN HOUSES containing from four to
eight rooms each. Double construction and floors with building paper between Hot and cold water. Bath rooms. Substantially built and gcod
Plumbing.
Street is graded, sidewalks in place and shade trees (Mountain Ash) planted on
both sides of the street. Lots 50 x 100 to lane. Examine these houses for
yourself.   Take City car to 8th Ave, then walk 2 blocks East.
Prices, $1,900 to $2,500���Good Terms.
Built and Owned by No:thwest Building & Insurance Company.    Fer Sale ty
the matter will rest with the voters,  tn       1 ��    a*        , i
who will, if they are so disposed, em-  BailK    01     MOIltreal
power the council to sol! as tbey see
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00,
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu in London. Y.r.jz
land, New York, Chicago and Spokani .
U.S.A., and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Let-i
ters of Credit Issued, available with ;
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savin, s Rank Oapartment���Deposits
received   in   sums  o!   Jl   and  upward,
ai,d interest allowed at 3 per cent, pei !
innuin   (presept  rate).
Total  Assets over $l8f��,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
BRITISH CANADIAN SECURITIES, LIMITED.
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING
TBE MORNING TAPER is the only effective
medium for advertising your goods to get
returns on the same clay.
The busy housewife. Intent on buying in the
best market, reads the morning paper and immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains advertised.
Advertise at night and the special articles
you want to sell are forgotten in the morning.
Advertise in the morning and sales are immediately made. The first thought by the
thrifty buyer is to learn the latest prices; the
latest prices are published in the morning
paper.
Advantage is taken by rival advertisers to
go one better in the morning paper. Therefore Merchants, get busy, do a bit of thinking
and advertise in
News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.���Tticti TSodf  lift.      Cam   Panne 1*J
Columbl*  Street
P.aggUKe   delivered    prom;?:.     ~v
any  part of t^t�� ctt*
Light and Heavy Baaing
OFFICE��� T����M  OPP.il
I"       '���   -I1IW    ���   ...        I.��� ..W_.   .   ������������������������i.i.��������_,.I.���II    ������������      ..!..������������
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Uprivcr   Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
."    PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Elk.
Phone   388
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, wtlta
paBsengera and fiei. lu as follow*:
Leaves Now Westminster Tu��_MJay.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fry-
lay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
pirst Class Passenger AccommojMV����r.
SOYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO- Ltd.
Nsm   Westminster.
jpEnwJi'iisrcii
m*t*m
ti
Hi
DU)
IS
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
ManyTeoplo who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
liow be ready to open a
batik account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such' people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest r. paid or, Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: '���:
^".r.nts^ Accounts opftned
on favorable  lern.s.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1355
ASSETST$48,000 000
NEW   WESTMINSTE. ,   B.   C.     j
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
es
AND [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT 	
MOREY'S
665���Columbia  Street���G65
I
New Westminster, B. C.
f-GGSl
Green Cut Bone to Make,
Your   Chickens   Lav.
f
Mra\ Meat Mattel
BOWELL &. ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St.  ancl  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   P R I N T I N G
Phone 695
oi leave orders at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
tear Tlie Pally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
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ENGLISH WATCNMAKIR
Gold Watcaes for LiuU��b from t��TO>
ip.
Silver Wait lies,    gents'   open Xax**
.3.00.
Sliver  Watches,   gents'  open    c**m.
CANADIAN   NORTHERN ��f^ tor  WfiUhain and   mm.
VfitcheS.
Watch repairing a specialty-
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Qeo. Adams' Qroccrf'
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection With
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
"THE    ROYAL   LINE."
XMAS    SAILINGS.
From Monti eai:
"Royal EdWard"    Nov. 10 i
"Koyal  George"   ..'...' Nov.  1!) j
Fiom Halifax:
"Roy.il Kdwnnl"   Dec. 7 j
"Royal George"    fieo.  n
"Royal   Kdwii'd"    ..t)ec.   28
And Fortnightly thereafter.
Most Direct  Route to  Bristol, London
and  the  Continent.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up   ��5.00O.0PO
Reserves     $5,M)fl,000
Tickets and  Reservations from   \..\\
Goulet, ('. I'. H. agent, or Write to Win.
Btdpleton, General  Agent,  "27   Malh
Btri 11, Wlntilj eg.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant  and Auctioneer.
527  Front  St..  New  Westminster.
P. oni 550.
Tlie Batik has Branched in
Canada extending from tbe Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
tbreughout the Islattd; also In
Potto fllco, Bahamas, New Xorli
mid London,  England.
Cm respondents In nil part*
of the ''.lobe, thus affording
everv Bntiklng facility.
New Westminster Dranclr.
[,. M. UIL'HAKOSON, Managiw.
���MMSMM Mi^.tMST.tsrV
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R 113. Office:  Princess 8t
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYER*
Phone 105.     P. O. Bo* 3*��.
Office, Front 8*., ��oot of Sixth.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P, "vnte Hospital.
223 Townsend it. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases nccepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangen
and Decorators.
Estimates Qivtn.
����� Sixth Street. P**tm* 9W-
H1W W��rmiNtTEfl       I
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER   1?| 191���
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The Daily Hews
!��ubH.. .. 1 hy The D.iUy News Puhltsn
lng CJonipany, Limited, at their offlces
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Stieets.
��?..  fi-   ^a,(;e Managing   D'recto.-
THUP3DAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1910.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
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Tr!E.   CIVIC    ELECTIONS.
Wc p.ve r,ettins perilously near the
time when the ratepa: ers will be rebuild to determine the personnel of
ths city council and the board of
schrol trustees for 1911. It is quite
natural, therefore, that this subject
shou 1.1 be one of the leading topics of
discussion on the street, an.l in places
���where n:en do congregate. What one
Jhems on such occasions is decidedly
Interesting.
The prime question is of course as
. .o wl o will be likely to occupy the
mayoral chair. Mayor Lee's conduct
of a.Tairs does not appear to liave
jii\e:i altogether general satisfaction,
and there seem to he a good many
who consider that New Westminster
should have at the head of its affairs
one who, whilst strong enough to secure respect for the city's rights and
privileges, should be broad-minded and
tolerant towards those interests
which are interwoven with the city's
progress and welfare. To this some
add the demand that the mayor
should be one who will see that when
necessary improvements are decided
upon these are carried to completion
without delay. As a citizen expressed
himself to us the other day, "New
Westminster lias a fair win 1 abaft
just now. and we want a iv.an at the
to' v!ui can see clearly ahead antl
steer straight and unhesitatingly into
t.' ( harbor of prosperity that is awaiting ler." To hnd such a man, who is
willing to surrender I.i- personal interests for a year and give of I.i.-; best
to the city may not be e:s. .
1.  wever, it  is  certain  that   Mayor
Leo will effer Ills services to t'.'.e public f;r another term.     In conr.c tion
wi::.  the  mayoral  vacancy,  o::o   a'.si
hears mentioned tl.e nameis of T. ,1.
Tra] p  and  Alderman   Welsh,   whilst
r. e  New Westminster inspired organ
<:!    Vancouver,    mentions    Alderman
Johnston as a likely candidate.     To
thie trio dame rumor adds the name
of no less a rersonage than Moses B.
Cotsworth!   From tins quintette then
vi'.i be an amplitude of choice.   T'.iey
.;.ve as diverse   in character   and   instincts  as  the  creatures  of  tl.e  ne.r.
But  who might prove the favorite, it
is   indeed  bard  at   this   moment   to
-guess.
As  to  the   aldermanlc   representation    present    indications    are    tint.
there  will  be quite a lively  contest.
Though one hears many names mentioned,  most  of  these  lack   the   acquiescence   of   their   respective   owners.   At present the only two certain
candidates, outside the  sitting alder-
tnen, are Messrs.  Peter Peebles and
Ellas Fader.   It is said that the labor
alien will put two, If not three  candi-
t
idates forward in their own  interests,
��
hat the names of these will not   be
i
known until Monday.   If the workers
of the city stand well together in this
effort they are likely to get their nominees on the council. Yet the certainty ,-; their success might be greater
if they limited their support ta one
-���caniiiiate. i
Tl.e selection of five good men and
���true to discharge the very important
���duties of s'-'hool trustee; doe.; not at
the present time present any riiiTi-
���culty, for the simple reason that theie
is a lack of as] irants for the office.
However, we may expect to see the I *
necessary number of citizens desi.-
C IS nf discharging the honorable duties attached to the management of
tl.e city's educational affairs come forward in due time.
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNJTURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW !
4
ORCHID Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Cold ��
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream $
Call and get a Free Sample before they are all gone.   I
. Ryall's Drug Store j
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE     J
PHONE 57.
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
V.'e are daily opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited in N'ew Westminster.
Now is the time to choose- that article for an Xmas present.
V.'e will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when it is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches
Chambeiiin's
THE
JEWELER
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sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
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Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving- a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in iust the risrhfprO"      \ i /
��� wks.
oo "-I'/y/Cr*'
portions to cleanse
easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil ox
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins <Jo
vour work."
Made by THE  N.   K.  FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the- oval cuke
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Annual Meeting
-OF THE-
LIBERAL ASSOCIATION
<
The annual meeting of the Libenl
ASsoci'SISi. n of New Westminster will
be held on November 24, at 8 p. ir.
at the\tr club, over the News office.
Matters of great importance and of
general, interest will come before this
meeting. All Liberals cordially invited.
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF  CANADA.
November 30,  at the  Department of Tea, Coffee, Rice and Raisins.
the   Naval  Service,  O .tuSfa,  for   the      The period of contract   to he   for
supply of the  following commodities, one year from December 1st, 1010
INictice  Concerning  Tenders  for   Vic- to  he delivered  at the NfjA'al   Dock-      Forms of tender may be had   from
tuala  for  the   Naval   Service. yards  at  Halifax,  N. -S.   ;in*\   Hs<|ul- the undersigned.
;SEALED  TENDERS    addressed  to  malt,  11.  C,   Deans,   (���haricot^  Choco-      Unauthorized    publication   of   this
tlJO   undersigned,   endorse!   "Tenders  late,   Flour,   Jam,   MarnjAJwU..  Meat, Notice will not be paid for.
for  Victual*"  and  accompanied  by  a preserved     (Corned     Beef^,   button, G. .1.  DKSIIARATS.
certified  cheque  for  10  per  cent   of  Brawn),  Milk,    condense^    Mustard, Deouty Minister of the Naval Service.
the amount of the tender, will be re- Oatmeal, Marrowfat   Pea����, S*l�� Peas,      Department  of  the  Naval   Service
iCfi' 'ei   up   ti'l   noon   on   WedneBlay.  Pepper,   Salt,   Suet,   Sugtf'r, Vttiegar, Ottawa,  October  25th, 1010,
a***MWit***.*rK^V'**-���r���-^m ���V|gjffs"p^qiiWBrgm-.��-. ta &aB3T':i.'&Z3b. ~.*ZR
Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to be sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what experts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and hoire
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes ar.d
untarnished reputations back of them.
wi ;.���
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
b:g profits to others. You can select your own location, design ycur own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS,  Secretary. THOMAS  TAYLOR,  Manager.
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General Agents,  New Westminster.
lhe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,  New Westminster.
Telephone No. 6��0
Look Up These Snaps
Modern "-room house in Sapperton,
one block from tive car. on lot 50x180,
close to waterfront \mi Industries,
$2700, $500, balance arranged over
long period.
Close In lot on l'.'th street, $660,
$200 cash; balance in c>, i2 and 18
months.
N'lne choice building lots ii; Hie
west end, the coining residential (lis
trlct; $500, one-quarter cash; balance
6, 12 and 18 months.
A comfortable 5-roora house , 13th
street, large lot with fruit trees ind
chicken house, $H()0; terms can bi
arranged with small cash payment
down.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.    There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
White, Shiles & Co.
628 and 746 Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
WHMttWaMBMMMMBBlB
^Baking Powder
Ss the most efficient and
perfect of leavening agents.
HADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR
No alum, lime or ammonia.
L
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MERCHANT TAILOR.
Who has heen In the Tailor Business
! in Vancouver for a number of years,
I has opened up a similar business In
this city. Latest fashions. Si'"9
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Pbone
! B4, or call at KWong On Wo Building.
| *t��t Columbtn ttr��* .
I R.T. PRINCE
j EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
Agents for the  HALL 9AFE CO.
OFFICE!      Room   5,   Market   i'l"1.
Phone L578.
Opposite City Hall,
P. O. Box 7JJ"
j N0VEMBER  17,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE
SPORTING NEWS lr"Eat and Bc Mcpry!
\aJ    ,_w..~-^~~~~",''" *L*WV     ^~~-~~---"~���~~^~^~^-.. ^.~^^.    H     Stop starving yourself���stop suffering the pangs of indigestion-
99
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KO CHANCE TO PRACTICE
use Ar-r.orles.anelRentalA.lt.
Columbia   College   for
Stop starving yourself���stop suffering the pangs of indigestion���step
worrying about what you dare and dare not eat.
Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take
ed by
���    |S   Too   High.
cy"
team  which    whs
���l*W*et,2      mo    and    looked
for. ij Br, ia having lo a
,-  -    ,   ,���:,���,- i-  bas played
tm  . ' .       rll. trouble la thai
*:���'"������        . , place .�� Play.
I., ...,,,.,  the  use oi
h hftle.Anrt the terms offered by
considered
I
|fl,itrtrlcs i"1'1 '
*    college
.���- wanted  $5   for  every
'_     practiced and   .lu tor
fce tkf te.'!.... ���i..v��.i n came.   Thin
ho
I^^etey Played a game.   Tl
1 j,   impossibility by I
sMf a ,osg what t��i do
"it look
..'.','. |{ tl ero    would be no
Ketball until .ho  V
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M.   C.   A.
1 nS?TFORjONMET MONTHS
Ii.iH.ni So        -""' anybody has
l   ��� gasi will be seen
le of four    or    flve
Ji" en." suit! Thomas
fc��J the  lightweight
Se,  ��� t.trlfvt.ririilr.r
San  Francisco to
. plan to Bghl Decern-
rT.tfti Ion.      "We didn't know
heme until we - rt
I("hi'. I told Nel8on
, he would be the
(.   ,. . |       ; < hance at Wolgast
thai ;. battle In the
;  be to our liking.
a would i>e mended,
mderstood this perilling to abide by it.
, two or three weeks
I t'a arm Is oui ot tha
Be iten to a frazzle by 22fi pins tht
qi ������ ��� a] er men are considei Ing thi
ad-, laability of di ibandlng for the Bea-
isnn. There was nothing bul Bank ol
Montreal to lasl night's fiasco al thi
alleys. They had the newspaper men
beaten ai every Btage of the game.
Ii was a scandalous game, both be-
I tone, al the time, and after; h-it. tlie
representatives of the literary world
died game and will go about their
work today confident thai they did
their besl agalnsl overwhelming odds,
The otitis went that the hankers were
'able it, bowl tt much belter .turn, than
the Bcribes, and that accounts tor the
score   which   follows  later.
The bankers beld tt prolonged ses-
sion   after  the  game  and   almost  de-
Ielded   to quit,  but   tbey  are  still  In
Ithe  game and  anxious  to  meel   any
other team which aspires to an average of 109 or less.
After tbe game Parnell Keary, on
bei all ol i s E, '/.. Marks, challengi I
tbo bi nkers to a ������aire.
Tl e following Is thc Bcore of la-n
night's disaster;
Bankers,
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and you'll feel like a new person. Scur stomach���heartburn���
occasional indigestion������ chronic dyspepsia ��� all yield quickly to
NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food
restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon
requires no further aid.
50c. a box.    If your druggist has -not stocked them yet send
50c. and we will mail them. 3?
national Drug and chemical Co. of Canada Limited,        MONTREAL.
as? I
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000  Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18i/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.       Ite-f^T^stSA
.   VICTORIA nnd   SEATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
PRINCE"KUPEUT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
BTEWAWF nnd QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S. Prince
Alhert leaves -Prince Rupert f.n arrival', of S. S. Prince Rupert for
Stewart, and for Queen Charlctee Cityji Pacofl and Moresby Island
ports at 104(W p. in. Thursdays; and for [Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 10:00 p. m. Mondays days.
_*m
Solid     vestibule     trains    of  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,  New  York,  Toronto, Montreal, Portland,  Bostcn, etc.    Longest douoie track railway
under  one  management  on  the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Pnsseneer nnd Ticket Apent. Commercial  Agent.
Telephone 7100.    527  Granville Street,   Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
1*
*i_       *��� f��-S C*
kr* rtart on your Xmas  w^l-.     ___\  ^*ve
Cornwall
Leslie
Shannon
Smith
.127
.157
.144
iron tides   137
C 17
Newspaper Men.
Sutherland   Ill
Besl     96
Levy    64
Turner  158
Eraser 130
164
137
131
108
140
680
161
120
110
113
124
Total.
125���411
145���109
157- ll"
130���382
109���386
666 2 133
Total.
1 -J^���:'.'.t4
108���324
121���295
133 105
135���389
just received a Splendid Assortment of N >v����Ui<��_   for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The H hite House 617 Columbia Street
i��������� au>aia^,iagwMMewnMBWWM��iTH��MBWWim w
E. N. Sutherland
559    629    619 180"
Scorer���Mills.
i idge ���Curi le.
l      :,   score���Cornwall.   164.
High average���Shannon, 146,
KILLING OF MALES HAS ��|
LESSENED SEAL HERD
Starvation      of      Young      and      Other]
Causes   Reduce   Number   From
2,500,000 tc  150,000.
V   GARY   IS   BOASTING   OF
ITS    MANY    CHAMPIONS
MONTREAL    LACROSSE    CLUB
HAS   MONEY   IN   TREASURY
M. but those Calgary sin.:- en
cl ' -ty since Tom-
j; Burns bi Ited them and told
latitat a eat i Ity they had. They
_��� sow ag a  public  proces-
nplons that have
Ottawa, Nov. 16.���The males of tlte
  fur seal herd in the Behring sea hav-
Montreal.    Nov.    M.���Probably   the  ing heen reduced in numbers by land1
mosl   Important  change made at   the  killing,   the   females   predominate   in
fifty-fifth annual meeting of the Mon- ,!i0 1;,''d as f,,'llul ;i* sea-   0n land thj
,,,,,, , , .    . young   males  are   force.I  to  herd   hy
treal Lacrosse club, held las. nlghi al them8elvea ,,���������.., fea, 0{ the adul
the   clubhouse,   was  the   reducing   of m.,ies.    They   can   be   readily   dlstln-
Dainty
For
Afternoon
Tea
I H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two  f::lt  sized  lots on  corner  with   six   room   house,   on   Third
avenue between  Second  and Third streets. Price $0,000   Good terms.
Port Mann
12  acres  immediately  adj.Vning the townsite and bein?  in Section  L'7,  Hlock  5,   North   Range 2 west.    Price $900 per acre.
This- is tl:e cheapest buy in this district today.
Burnaby
Lot on  Third  avenue  wit in one block ot car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522 Phone 817
5S53R��SSB!^<9n!izaSEEBH{
int ha.-e  the   ciuonouoe,   ��.i*   t���c   .^.	
the   committee   from   five    to   three  ,,uislied and'handled" without   dlstur
-  >t,o  hro.rftne  herd.     At   se:
In the city.
j ��� ��� ��� Herald has to Baj:
estion, and one thai
i of the city's i on-
li is a taci that this sea-
| -port   mecca   of urer'a  reports
members. ____M I bunce to the  breeding  herd.    At  sea
uns. together with the election of ,hc sexes cannot be distinguished. On
officers, and the presentation of the the Bprlng ���.ilM,,,i,m the mother seal
lttee   and   the   trens-  is hettvy with voung and hence less
completed   the   busi-|8wltt [n\er movements.   On the sum-
iiv-ss done last night.
\V.      ,   Findlay   was   re-elected
Fir.t Shipment '0 Canada
im er  feeding   grounds  slie   must   feed
regularly ami  heavily through ne e ���
____________________________\_ Isitv of nourishing lier voung. H	
n reading.the report DesseBrown     A��� a result, the pelagic   catch   is I  U r      ���      ,1T/..���..,
called attention to the tact that the made up chiefly nf the breedlng of fe- 9   l raWlOrd S     Ufllllt
'��':"�� had   i n   compelled   to   play ,.,.,,,,,  Baya Popular Bcience Monthly,       -��-����"*������ *     WUIUi
seven schedule games Jn  succession invosti;.a,i���ns of the pelagic catches
1  ���    mm:    rllonlnspd    the    fact
*__   So   .:.���   of iis sl/e���or  we
��� r as to sav no city��� - -   - ...         .    ���., ������.,
, hSnptoMhlps and *e position of president
essful in every Hue
iport as Calgary.      Rah!     Kan!
. ti good thing tt. end sri1Paule  games   m   ��u*.��.����  investigation.. ��.   ���  ,���*������-*���   --  ,   ,
season wltl. a parade of all cham- Bev "  ��'J ��  ^       Nt.u   We8tmln-   )f  !,.���..  and   1896  disclosed  the  fact
ipion   '   '  '"'   .���',:   ',.,.,������   ,��� rPSt. and.    ,,.���  ,:-. ,��� ag ner cent of the   skins
:i,. "All   cham]
I .  other suitable name
[ ous event  this would  be
t ture II would prove In
i line oi publlclt)  for Oalgary all
I* ihe coctlnenl       Vou  say.  what
te*.   We  have   the   Hillhurst
I    irlnnei - ol ths People's Shield
ni champions of  Canada;   the   Cal
chain
ster, without a chance to rest, and ^/^ ^Kver cent of the skins
considering their handicap, they did were taken trom gravid and nursing
fairly well. As it was, the team won fema,e8, The young of ���)ese nioUle,
elghl ot the twelve games played, BeaU, (!i(?d unt)0rn or ���, BtarvaUon on
scoring e'.^htv-flve points against their I the rookerleB. The writer counte 1,
opponents  Blxty-fo^r. |llilMM, volini; f,IV   se;lls   pup8   whIch
���il.. Me, urers report showed a de- flled ot BtarvaUon on the rookeries of j
\>iiieli.
wlien   BOIllS
(lletl   ui   nia,  ,
Ithe Piibilof Islands ln the fall of 1896
the  Cal-  'b"   ��'   *'��� ���'���������'���*.   wuicu,   **<r���   ���������        .,(
outstanding accounts are paid up, win;as B ;.;:;;;;^ ^";;;;,',;c:,,1���i(, sealins tor
I- innii iIP round by ac-
learn,  tmdefeaied   cnam 	
P* of Canada;   General   H    win-'run up to about $1,800. ,Ml���t Cn���^,,
The question  of amateur   lacrosse  tu;1,  t,mnt   ,ha,   1:, -  ,p|. (>ent of ,,,0
was also discussed, and  a number of,1)irIh ra(e  f(),.  tha,  sc..,s,)n  wore defld|
nieinl^rs pointed out that it would be or rtvln��� of s,.UVil.ioil ln  AugU8t ofi
well lo^enco.irtige amateur players as ,,,.���  ye.u.     Fro:n 1879 t0 tlle pre8ent
much  as  possible. ; (in;(1 tWf i,,int|n8 of gravid and nurs-i
President   Findlay  explained,  how- ,ng fen,aIos haa gone steadily on. wit i'
that   although  he   was   of   the;tl,e oonsetnience that the herd of fur
* of the Charter Oak and second
tm irottei in the world, the base-
I i lor part of it), pennant win-
>rs of \V   c   |e igue,  Tigers   rugby
!tai, champions of Alberta, Calgary
fe dui,, champions of Alberta, Tom
Barn*, whom we now claim as a
thai), px-hea
"* World and
It empire, Bl
'tampion of
"II club, champions  oi   .\ineim. �����
W golf ehamnlons and tennis chain
fas, and others."
is a novel fern of rich
pastry, with the centre
made so that it can be
readilly removed or
pressed down for filling
To remove centre cut
round with a sharp knife
Fill with Jelly or Jam,
and then you have something nice to pass round
20c Per Packet
|^ES SCIENCE   IN
BETTING   ON   BALL   GAMES
club, either to maintain  professional
ism or to abandon senior lacrosse. For
ithe sake of the national game, as well      iuo ...������...,....	
-   -.I *h0   club  iteration   of  the  City  of  New   West
Local   Improvement  Notice.
The Municipal Council of the   Cor-
I lie . ,i. v 	
as  for the perpetuation  of the   club iporauou  m   ...��   . ...
that  was the nucleus of the   present   minster  having   by   resolution   deter-,
association,   the   latter   course   could  mined and specified that  it Is desira-'
1  <��rt^ined. ]ble to carry out the following works,!
'      *-     A-     ~.m.. . I
'W Sullivan, ,i Boston gambler, who
,! reported to have cleaned up a
�����MI on the Athletics In Hip big
���"'m, has baseball betting down to
"ine poinl He (inures out all the
chances in baseball with * nanar and
Pencil, ot
!nr SSS&- JO g rSl^ -��.tS cement concrete side-'
Ins executive  were  presented  to tM |i roadway,   boulevards,
omnittee.       The   first   to  the  effect  )     - ���  *    ��ewer8   on    Tilled    Street
IJ, uie paid coaohb.jnademore^lan^^ ^^ _^ ^u.
FOR SALE
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared.   On main wagon read,  convenient to C. P. R. and river.   Line of. proposed tramway runs through property.   Soil is excellent and
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City*Speciali8ts
[l a pa pei
- course he goes wrong tn
wiT1' '"' ��� ���" v"" ,,an'' ,0" wl,a1
*��l happen  In  baseball  in  any  one,
�����. bul he maintains that the lawa
Icl,;ln ire greater and stronW .
, n anv ime, and that In a sea-
������ tha fan who flgurea wisely on the
m* can nm |oae
1T'."'" Is m sentiment in Sullivan's
wing, but   he  bets  against   sentl-
*"t  For Instance  he made money
JJJJJlng In the world's series.    He bet
,'"," aBainst   112,000  that  the  Cubs
,,;lM "In In Chicago.    In  Phlladel-
,"'VU> bei (12.000 thai the Athletics
I,"1" "In.   ii his fa
,-lrs won, he ,|lil(1(> I3QQ0
"P   1''llt    OV��n
S'llllvt,
sponsible   for  the  team
past, and the second was that players
be immediately secured foi
the  next
"rfeofflcr. elected tor -he ensu'ng
year were: ^     rl���,i���,v      \lce-
l'resident��� V\
president. E   Hamilton
MeKerrow. n. T. Taylor
Findlay;
Hon.
treasurer.
The presldenl s-dd that no de__
�� *  "nine to by the j property
>T11   nU.ai   ;a .......
And   thai   tbe   said   work   shall   be]
carried   out   in   accordance   With   the
provisions   of   the   "Local    Improvement General  By-law 1809."
And the City Engineer and City As-
    sessor having reported to the Coun-
secre-i.ii i'l accordance ��i:ii the provisions
11.   M.   til'   lhe   sail   by-law    upon    the    sail
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated t'> be chargeable
finite I against  the  various portions of real
to be benefited by the sild
E A. Welsh
The People's Grocer j
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
1We have a full   line   of   tlie   Best   I
Builders  Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as we |telievc" we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and  OILS
T.r J. Trapp & Co., LtdJ|
vorllles. the Ath-
Otherwise
c03eUBETad h,- come to by gjpj^cS^ .-���tictda,. am, ihe
8S ^Ped to make the ;        ��-�� Ly by th. Oja-J
,'"i^'. "..ni   re vi       no-���   the     Not*e   * hereby   �� >
*v��nt "r.���,..,,,      , ,   tide    to realize said- reports a i   y       ^.^ c,
van ilnures out the chances of
;,';n,li�� man to make     	
jnimi  .itohor In  a certain  Bltua
tnan to make a hit against
''ileher   In   i._^^^^^^
He lake.   |n|0 account the bat
1.1 average ol the player, the con-
ana'li   Mneral abllltv of the pitcher
1116 situation on the bases.
event of a club   retiring
other possible move
cf a  paid  hea
lion
wnB the creation
also discussed.
sad reports are open tor inipeeU n
S ihe offlce ��.r the ^y a8B.ssor. c
hall   Cfllumbla  street.  Nc v.-  J\ estnl
'   H   C.   und that   tiulesa   a   petl-
U6n   Bgainat    the    proposed    works j
Ma"y   Toronto   Coache*.
rp /        ' viwmiu      t.Uit I'CB.
��lana__ ��' Nov- lr'-���Charlie Querrie.
��� ,,, ���r  "'   the  Teeumseh    Lacrosse
the I.-" " '""''"''  '"'  0,T^r tn co-'eh
STR'KE   Fw��HEN0M]AUrAOVANCE
,.   .    it) About   i'l)l)
t�� ^^Ziitty, UpI,,;,..
"     he bog Los Angeles
so candidates at Columbia
Im..""-" !s'l>w York, next spring. F.
arrns
Witty
union  miners
on the tunnels or t
lBO-mile aqueduct.^.-^ ftn a
tl;0   men.     '1 i'0
.,;������(��� struck for an
ster,
,9bove^mentioned"'8ljn?ed by a majo
ftvof the owners of the 1 ind or real
;,;,- assessed or charged in re-
Kt Of BUCh works, representing
1 , . ��������� i,.iif in value thereof is
Bt 'ented to e Council within fU-
'"'�� .lv, from the date of the flrst
UT,i Hon < f tl s notice the *Coun-
ffwm  proceed"with   the    proposed
LIQUOR   LICENSE  APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend to apply at tb.��**i*Wn��g
th. Licensing Board for the City Ot
New Westminster for a renewal ot |
license to sell llquora by retail on the
premises known as the Koyal Lit./
Hotel, situated corner of Customs
House Square and Columbia street,
ln the said    City of New Westmlns-
ter B. FALCH.
New Westminster, No*-. 15. 1910.
Li
��n?
4Wn������
'-".i
Whitehead has been re-
...��� v !>t Swarthmore at liis own
liar.���,..'",'" "'"^irv will ttti bn -k to
i..,,;,'"'-':"l( Cilines to Mount Wash-
''^itis'1"'1   ���''u"f,^ Byrne   to   .lohn
W:, A" these, even Menary.are
'm3e1' Cluh players.
Increase In wages
i���   meals  chafL-ed   w   --^    vVoatc,.n
['he  1'ilfa of
��� recently  raised  from
twenty-flve to
men are  members
^deration of Mtaere.
** mealB  ""thirty cents,
T,.y a  Want Ad. in the News.
'will bilug results
It
venenin   wu��.   - .
nHi.tnns as to the payment of the
'1;  such   improvements   as   the
TJ livbyliiw   In  that   be-
SSKUS and determine and also
i��� innke assessment.
,0n���;edU.lB8thdayof November A.
D��� 1*10. w   A   DTjn0AN,
City Clerk.
i    Date  of  first publication  tho   Oth
d��v of November, 1910.
Insurance
of AH Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
LIQUOR  LICENSE  APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Hoard for the Clty of
New Westminster for a renewal of
License to sell liquor by retail on the
premises known as the Depot Hotel,
situated on corner of Columbia and
Eighth  streets,  in the said    City of
(New Westminster.
J. WISE.
New Westminster, Nov. IB, 1910.
Strongest Companies
lowestjates Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
i
657 Columbia Street
Phono 62 Iffe:
m
m
'fo
ft
51
si
in
l.
i
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER
INSANE PAINT
Z&rV
TENDERS.
Cay
1910,   fer   the
i Cormorant
bi ecllcatlons
noon
election
building
Island),
Seal 2d tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
addi!ions and alterations to the Public Building, Nelson, B. ('.," will here-; 	
celved at this office until 4.00 p.m. on SEAX.EQ TENDERS addressed to
Monday, Xovember 28, 1910, for the!The Secretary, Department of Indian
work mentioned, Affairs,  Ottawa, and  narked  on  the
Plans, specification and form of con-i envelope, "render for Alert Hay Girls'
tract can be seen and forms of ten- Home," will be received up to
der can he obtained at   this   depart- December
ment, on application to the Caretaker, of a frame hoarding school
Public Building, Nelson, B. C, and at at  Ale
the office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Re-  1!. t\
sitlent Architect, Victoria, B. C. Plaits  and
Persons tendering are notified tbat seen at the offices of
tenders will not be'considered unless inspector of Indian
made on the printed forms supplied, j couver: W. E. Dichhurn, Inspector
and signed with their actual signa- Indian Agencies, Victoiia, and VV.
lures, stating their occupations and Holiday, Indian Agent, Alert Bay.
places of residences. In the case ofj Each tender must be accompanied
Arms, the actual signature, the nature by a marked cheque ma'e payable to
of tbe occupation, and piace of resi- the undersigned for a sum equal to
dence of each member of the firm'five per cent of the amount of lender,
must he given. _     The  cheque  will  bo foifeitel  if-the
Ijpersoo tendering decline to enter into
PENS PRIZE POEM
Woman For Sixteen Years in
Minnesota Institution Gets
$250 For Verses.
CANADIAN PACIFIC1
RAILWAY CO.
TiraSn  Service New
Westminster
ArrivrlS.
From  Vancouver
may be
T. F. Neelands,
Agencies,  Van-
< f
M.
St. Paul, Nov. Vi.���Minnesota has a
poet, or rather a poetess, who has
achieved a measure of fame and fortune despite the fact that for sixteen years she has heen an inmate of
a state hospital for the in-sane.
Some time ago a magazine offered
a prize for the hest. literary contribution to he submitted within a eel-
tain   time.     The   winner   was   to   bs
10:30
siz.
11': 10���From
ar.d Okanagan.
1 7:05���From
19:20���From
22:I���From ^^^^^^
(No. 1).
Departures.
S::H>���To   Vancouver,
cola and Montreal.
lFliii���To Vancouver.
15:65���To Okanagan,
Montreal  (No   96).
17:,r)ii���To Agassiz and
21:40���To Vancouver.
and   A. as-
Kootenay
Montreal, ^^^^^^^
(No. 97).
Vancouver.     (No. 96).
Seattle and Mission.
Montreal   and    Nicola.
Seattle,   Ni-
(No. 97).
Kootenay and
Vancouver.
(No.  1).
BURNABY
Two acres, ono block  from Sixth
v-.oh   tender   mu^t   he  accompanied ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
by an accepted cheque on a chartered|_ contra.t when called upon to do so. presented with free transportation to
I,
hank   Davable to tbe    order    of    the Iif the  tender  be  not    accepted    the Europe and return.
Honorable   the    Minister    of    Public cheque will be returned.   In the event
Works' equal to ten per cent (10 TweX of  acceptance  of  tender  tho  cheque
which |
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
H. C.  B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P. A���  Van
couver.
imlzed, containing
highly cultivated
etc.   Lots ii, 7, s,
macad
and 0
house,    ^^^^^^
offers   an   Ideal   investment.   Price  for  the  ten
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 end  18  months.
separately on terms to be arranged,
^^^^^^^treet car line
ten lets with lane to back.   Lots
with fruit    trees,    strawben le
9 nndln   have   light,   clearing
lots   ::
Lots
��� eln3
��� 2, ::. |
chicken
.
tl :
be  B   rl
THE
into a
upon to do so. or
of the amount of the   tender,
will he forfeited if the person tender
lng  decline  to enter
when called    	
complete the work contracted for. TC
the tender be not accepted the chuqne
will be returned.
Tbe department does not hind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender..
By order,
lt. C. DKSROCHF.rtS,
Secretary.
Departmenl cf Public Works,
Ottawa, October 27, 1910.
Newspapers will  not be    paid    for
this advertisement 11 they   insert    it
without authority from   the   Department.
Among those who had entered the
win   be   held   until    thn    contract  is contest was a woman, a  member of
signed, when it wll] he returned. a  well-known  Minnesota  family,    So
<-.:f y-      The successful tenderer will bere- excellent   was   her  effort   consldere
fail tohulred to furnish a bond In satlafac- '. , .
,tr  ,:���,. r������ ���  ������m ���,������,  t,, tho that the praise was awarded to her.
��� he
tory sureties for a sum equal to the
amount of the contract. When
The lowest or any lender not nece;-1 learned  who
sarily accepted. ! cause
The unauthorized Insertion of this
advertisement in nny  newspaper wltl'
not he paid for.
,1.  D.  McLEAN,
Secretary.
Department  of Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa, October 26, 1910.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
AUCTION
CEIRTH
SALE       GF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
I 	
Re an undivided half of the   sontli-
;east quarter of section !��. towasbifp T3,
New Westminster distiict. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 1T9S6F., issned in tbe name of
John Sweeny, has heen filled in this
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
Int the ���expiration of one month from
editors of the magazins
she was,  and tbat   be-
of  environment   she   would   be
uni'ble to take advantage of the prize
she had  won. they sent  her a cbe -U
for $258.
The woman was placed first in the
hospital at Rochester on May '���'. 1904.
In 1907 she was remove! with otlvr;
patients to Hastings, an.i on May  11,
1909, a   ith   was transferred,  thlstlmei
to   \nol:a, where she still is held.
- S fe"s bright���unusually bright In i
9 mse ways," raid A. D. Ware, assistant superintendent of the Hastings
Institution, this morning, "but she has
| delusions. Her insanity is hereditary.
A sister, niece and un le are inmates
, r [ Minnesota hospitals "
Tl-f woman is Miss Betty Clay, com-
Imitted   in   1894   fron   Ramsey  county
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS.Sailiuys
STEAMSHIPS
to
10:00 a. m.
1:00 p.m	
TO
FROM   VANCOUVER
Victoria.
    Dally
   Daily
SEATTLE.
PEOPLES' TRUST
���>
LIMITED.
T. H. McCORMICK, Mgr. Real Estate Department,
The  liclit   to  cut   timher  under   'i-'date of the first publication hereof, in
cense  on   Berth   No.   535,  comprising a  daily newspaper published   in   th*
the  following lands  In  the  Province  City   of   Now   Westminster,   issue   ��,
of   Biitish  Columbia,   will  be  offered  duplicate of the said   Certificate, nn-lto  the  Rochester  as lum.    At   tines
at public auction at the upset price of less in the meantime valid objection',she i; perfectly rational and has full
$2,570.00, including cost ��� of survey, at t<e made to me in writing. possession  of ber ' '"���     "��� A-
%  o'clock   P.   M.,  on  Wednesday   the C.  S. KEITH.      mentis  Is of the
2Mb of December no-.:, at tbe office District Registrar-ol Titles, Is accompanied
of   the   Dominion   'Limber   Agent   ..:      Land  Registry   Office.  New   West-
N-'v, Westminster mlnsteT, B. C November 15, 1B10.
Tin ber  Berth   Xo.  ;",:::>, situated  ;:i |
the   Province    of    British    Coir.   '
Comprising   Section  28, Township  '���''
West   of   Coasl   Meridian,  conta a
ni*. ���.f,c: of 640 acres more or less, -is
Shown on  plan  of eurvey, signed toy
Mr.  A.  Llghthall,  D
faculties.    Her ae-
���   smi die type and
 v drd deli.-    I
It Is sai-1 that some of her N I
verse bis been written while under
thi spell of thi se delusions. Hei descriptions are weird and uncanny, ni-
���1f.u>i)i;li ('van:.ing.    She see us I ]���.���..*���
  tbe faculty  of keeping the hallu Ina
NOTICE  is  hereby   given  thai   Ore tions Of her dementia  withoul   losing
Cofurt of RevlBlon of the list of hon*--- ' '    natural powi rs and cifts.   S ie Is
L. S., surveyed jhoiaers entitled to vote in the City of j well educated ar.d refined.
10:00 a. m    Daily
11:00 p.m  Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. in   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p.m    Mondays
8'<;0 a. au. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Kvery Saturday
TO  PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p. in.  Every  Thursday and  Sat.
TO  STEWART   (Portland   Canal).
11:0V p.m    Every  Thursday
S.S.   Beaver leases  New  Westminster S  a. Ett,  Monday,  Wednesday  and
Fridays;  leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays
For particul. rs,, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
0.   B.   POSTER,
A. G. P. A . Vancouver.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing
Ker  wharf ever;
September  15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-l
���  afternoon, except Sunday, at  2 p.m., for
Ladner,  Westtam Island and Way Ports|
Returning  to  New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning wlll leave every week-day morning al 7
7:30 a.m.    Additional  trip  Monday morning, leaving
ster at 5 a.m.
in. and
Tiiis  schedule subji   I
passenger rates apply to
to change without notice.
���NOTICE.
in   May,   1910,   and   of  record  in
Tii. I   Grazing   Branch  of
Department of tlie interior.
a lii eni ��� will nol be Issued until
the full amount of the pun-'.--���:
pri ���.. and tbe .-.sound rental for the
Cr?' year, have been paid.
T!o conditions of payment, rr.fe or
rental, cu., are contained in tbe T5.:i-
I>er Regulations, a copy of whi '. may
be secured on application tc the na-
tie-signed, c-r ?o the Crown Timber
Agent at  New  Westminster.
P. G.  KEYES,
Secretary-
Ottawa, October 12th,  1910.
Sealed lenders addressed to tbe undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
atldiM om . :.; ;.derations to tbe Public
Building, Nanaimo, ii. C." will he le-
celved al thla ofiice until 4:no p. in,
oa Monday, .November 28, li'10, fo.
the worl; mentioned.
Plan* sped ication and form of contract can I e sees and forms of lender
< : '..iii- : ai this I ������ a tment, on ay-
plication to Lie Caretaker, Public
Bull ling. Nanaimo, B. C. and at rhe
office ot Mr. Wn . 1 enderson, Resident Architect, Victoria . B. O.
Persons tendering aie notified that
tenders v iii not I* considered unless
made on tlie printed forms supplied,
i>nd signed with their actual Bigna-
tires, staling their occupations and
j . o| residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature
ot the occupation and place of resi-
i'i ��� i ol i" ii . ember of the firm
mm t be i Iven.
Eai'. tendi i mu . be i a i ;��� inlod
l y an 'I ce] ted ch* iue on a chai ter-
<-1 lank, payable to th ��� order o   I
Honoi al I     Mini Ler   of   Public
Worl .;. i* iual to ten i or cei I ��� 10 p.c,
of the amounl of the ten ler, which
will be bii:. lie i if the person tender-
in:' d< cllne to i n  Into a   oi atra i
vl en c tilt l u] on t i do bo, or fall to
complete the work contiacted tor. If
i ie t�� nder be nol a cei''--''��� the ctae iue
s.il be :' ��� ui ned.
Tin-  !'i-|;:-ri.- enl  does i ol  Mad it-
self tc
der.
the  New Westminster, will sit at the City j
the KaH In the City of New Westminster
B.  C. on  Tuesday the twenty-second i Tiily
day ot November, 1910, at the hour of
10 f- eiocl< in the forenoon.
;i   ed  this 15th day of November,
-y.f.
W.. A. DUNCAN,
Cfty Clerk
Pot i b-ins and fresh < ut
siore.   Phone l(
flowers! at
1*1
ite
White Star-D'ominios-:
Canadian Service
Tti2T3 arc seme wrongs
hok of tale
Tiiiti   human   laws cennot
. abate;
There are some crimes so black
ard base
That Gad Himself cannot erast.
���Mnsyon.
Portland���H:\Ilfux���Liverpodi
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laure-rrtic    Dec. 1
New triple screw, 14,8ft:! -tons.
T
Cansdi   	
Twi:. screw.
Dec. 10
iM iesji Kong
For   rates,  l��eith   reeervatlona, ��tc,
apply tn
ED. GOULET. Ag��il C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agerrt G. N. 'R.
T. H. LARKE. N. P.
���'.li1 Second Avenue, i
C. P.
Seatl
Wash
T.   P
if on is<m
.1. li. Taylor
Phone G24.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply
attention
negotiate 1.
8 Eegbie St.
help
lo
every hind. -Piumnt
orders.     Contracts
New Westminster. B.C
accepi  the lowesl or any ten-1 i
By order,
ll. C. DESROCHEnS,
Secretary.
I i:    ���   i ���:���   of   Public   Works,  Ottawa, 0   ober 27, 1910.
Newspai ei a wl i nol be paid fo ���
t: i ad ortli emenl Lf ll ey insert it
withoul . ithoi Ity f, oui the department.
PALP/JER
GASOLINE ENGINES
2\_   to  25   H.   P.
2 ar.d  4 Cycle.
COAET   LAND   DISTRICT   RANCE  2,
Notice that 1. William Roberi '
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
New   Westminster.    I
��� **t*m*S NVWtM4tr-��WI *****
Tenth
Ta   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Dick, cf Vancouver, B. ('., occupation.'
leal estate dealer, intend io apply fori
lemlssloii to lease BOO acies of land1
bounded nw  tollows:    Commencing at j
C.   post   planted   200   yards  above   tide
water on the river entering the bead I
of  Drainey'8  Inlet, thence  noitb   100
chains, thence west Bo chains, tlience i
south   100    cliains.    tlience    east    50
chains to post of commencement. Pur-1
pose for which it Is reiiiiied, quarry-!
in.. ���
WILLIAM UOBF.RT DICK.       !
Hated September ?n.h- inm |
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in sieei. Reinforced Concrete and   Modern  Building Construction.   Telephone sm;.
Room   13   DorHnlon   Trust   Budding.
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Try a  Want  Ad.
v.ill bring results.
in  the News.     It
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Oardlnei)
ARCHITECTS
loom fi.  Westminster Trust  Building
New Westmln&ter, B. C.
ition* 661 Rs6lrl*ic�� P-non��  *2i
EBE highest law, in  ray opja&a, iv
Lov?. Its children aro oha-rti}'.,
r\ mpatliy and forgiveness. Ii tempera justice and holds !ii(jli Uk* lantern oi Hope. But proper statute lava
could qnii kly modify and eventually *radl-
CKte m;iny wron. ��. The first is ignorance
of the laws governing the human body.
Jiy oirrifateeimodeBty or false notions ve
ia.naak,Ci�� certain organs in a slianw-fa-->d
�� manner.    As a n-Kiii1.
children, e. ptcially
daughters, a-re
broupht up in ip��;>r-
nnee of natural Jew*.
I would have tiie
anatomy of the Iranian body il lurttatal
In < very particular on
blackboarda he fore
every child in cer
public s( hools.    I
, __ would  have tin   (ren-
it^e .or. anu ns freely discussed and under-
stnod as the hands or fort. It is the
mysterious that excites passion. It li
the novelty and the uncertainty that had
rni-n astray. I would have every man
pass a medical (ucamination before marriage. J would prohibit wedlock to even-
man *r woman who was afflicted with
any disease thnt could be transmitted.
Further, I would noi net-mil a \'tty woman to iuiter into wedlock -with a roue or
a young opan with libertine proclivities.
nrroughffalie modesty nun and women
(rfien djsasjfard the colli of Nature; their
bowels become clogged and tbeir systems
poisoned.   Children are allowed to (m to
uc.Wil and lil  all  day  without a move-
j meat >-f the bowdli, which deadens the
jnti>ih-(-t and viidenuinis tin- constitution.
I  1 would make .1 the duty of every teacher  to   mo   that   the   child's   bowels   are
I moved dailv, fur thc further I  investi-
I  gate into  tlie cause of  disease the  more.
i convinced 1 am 4 hut constipation is tbo
i causa of more ailments, of mora suffer-
' ing, of more eriiqpt of more pov��r(y, of
; more unhappifieu than all other causes
vatnbimd. it is tin- mother of Pyspcp-
i ��ia, Indigestion, Biliousness, Liver Ail-
. ments, blood Impurities, Heart Affections,
; Rheumatism and Kidney Afflictions. I
l nm  receiving  hundreds  of letten frtm
people who have been
', cured  or  benefited  by
j  tic use i/f Munyon's
i  Paw   l'aw   Laxative
i Pills.     These little
j sugar-coated pills are
unlike    any    other
i cathartic   thnt   has
1   ever    been     offered.
Tliey  e.et  ho  uenlly,
yet    so    effectively,    __________
that they amaze even tho most sceptics
Tliey srein to coax the liver Into activity,  J
They start the secretinnJ of ths stomach
and bowels, so Hist nil the food received j
Into llu; stomach is readily digested, j
They enable the bowels to extract all j
the nourishment from the food, sending -
out iiood, rich, red blood into the system, ;
and then in n natural way evacuate the i
lower bowel, keoplng the stomach and i
the intestines wholesome and sanitary.
I   want every dyspeptic,  every  person
who suffer-- with iiiili-est ion. or any liver
ailment, all Uiofo who have pimples or |
skin eruptions, who have sallow complcx-
iiins, who are troubled with dizziness or
constipation, to try these little Paw l'aw
Pills.
They nre sold in nil drop stores in twe
sizes, ten pills for 10 tts.. <��������� 45 pills for
30cti.. mi'.nVon.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
ef of
Arrival: Closin. :
:       i���jUnited Si itea via C, P. R.
(dally i scepl  S radaj c,  7:30
6:30���Vancouver \ la B  0. E, R,
('daily - \i c|n  g unday I.. 7:30
i:',:eii���Vancouver via B. C. B, li.
(daily except  Sunday)..11:00
18:'ni���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
idaily except  Sunda) I..16:00
8:30���Victoria ��la B, C. E. R.
idaily excepl  Sundaj i.. 7:30
Eh-OO���Victoria  via   B.   ('.   E,   R.
(daily   except   Sunday I .. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
115:00���l'nited States via O. N. R.
(daily except  Sunday)..16:00
and   Eu-
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager!
���apnea������ i iu *______
******************* *********** **** ************* **<,*
*
Weekday Schedule
:>,   >'.
B0.
���
at 8
ali
12:310���JVI1 .points   east
rope  (dally I   	
23:00���All points easl and Ivi-
rope   (daily)   ^^^^^^^
i^:l!i���Sapperton and Praser
Mills (daily except
Sunday I      	
20:00���Sapperton and Praser
mills idaily except
Sunday I
12-ID���Co.ulthim (daily except
:fiundayi         7
i:i:no���Centra! Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)        11
i::: SB���Basil Busqdby and Bur-
quit urn idaily except
Sunday     13
M):*i�����TftuJIwilund, Strawberry
hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday I       13
10:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham [aland   1,3
!.<i:<Kj���Anmoville.   Sanbury <daily
16:1!
16:16
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  6:60,  6
8:00 and every half bour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   5:50,  I
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. in.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under  12. 33c.
Sunday  Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vane   .   i
a.  m.  and  every  half hour thereafter until  11   p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   8   a.  m.,  9  a.  m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.   in.
Sunday  Kxcuislon  Kates:   Return  fare. 50c:   children, 25c,
Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancou*
at 7:20 a. in . 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. in. Freight cars leave Y&-
couver for  Westminster at !l:20, l:2u and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-mlnute service from 6:40 a.m. lo 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from S a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 P.O.
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute  service from S:ld a.m. to 11:80 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY C0.|
30
(III
30
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINlSH
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    ANO
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box
exoept
10*00���Antiaci;
Wedni
day     ...
10:00���Woodwarde
Thursday
day
0: uo���Vancouver,
Ine.     \ ia
(rinily except
Ll:30���Cloverdale am
Sunday    	
island   .Mon.;,i
day     and     Fi
13:30
Piper's   Sid-
fl.      N.      K.
Sunday) ..l
ort Kells
idaily  except  Sunday').,'
Ll:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   nnd   Sat-
day       1
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)         1
Burnaby   Lake   idaily  except Sunday   16:00
Abbotsford.  Maisuiii Hun-
tins-ton,   etc.   idai
cept Sunday) 	
15���Crescent, White Roch and
Hliiine idaily except
Sunday)      	
46-���Hall's Pr. Me. Fern Ridge
and    Ihr/leiiieii    I Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
8:3D
0:00
No coarseness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.   Fine and pure
as newly-fallen snow���so rich in
delicious savour, once used, always
used.
ma
Try a "Want" ad
will bring results.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Sattirduy. Steamer Transfer
loaves nracltman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. ��� '
IT  WILL   BRING   RESULTS
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS N��VEM9ER   17,  1910.
.   , .SDAY. N��Vt      	
THE DAILY NEWS.
i"!      PAGE   SKVKN.
oOTlCE.
The
. en    that
Limited, a body
gpjrerl .,,,   ,���,.,���     ,���,
r ��ra��e. ' companies   Act,
.ci." carry*
[V .,: e Dl ���:;,',   of  New
Msinf--" i:' ,  province of British
Iued to  His Ex-
or   General   In
J        ; 0val of a certain
uction  ot  wharves
He f��r 'Southerly
liver
BUSINESS D1RLCTORY
shore
ii ������'
..'
���>
of
on
"B,"
the
tbe
and
JOARD    OP    TRADE���NEW WKS'l   I
minster B iard i f Tra le meets in We
rd room, City Hall, as follows: :
.Thir i 'I bur cl iy   of   each    month;
Quarterly     meeting    on   the    unro
Thursday of February, May, August I
and November, at v p.m.     Annual   Incrca
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February.    New   members  may  bf
proposed and elected at any month i
ly or    quarterly    meeting,     c. H !
Stuart-Wade, secretary,
BIG INCREASE IN
CANADIAN MAILS
Learn tie Difference
mimm: tt--. iv/acrr x j
.so in ��� Fiscal Year Of
Over 45,000,000 Letters
and Postcards.
1
a********ML
��,��.   ' , ; lots seven i i I
.  :   Pf'^nn .wo   (2)   In the
I. .   Se��
|JC f "    ,.,,  tin
Westminster and pro
 I
[ '.k7al Ottawa, plans
Columbia,   have    de
irabie the Min
, fa they propose
r.,|d*!i       .    .,  with a descritv
,. thereof described
,."    . ��� . and have also
..  of  cad,   in  the
nftslted a a "i   ....
. er il. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell Btreet
Vancouvei.    Phone   3575.    Prompt
attention  given   to   all   orders   foi
male   help.     Kine;   us   up,   wire
write if unable to visit us.
r^^.^,    Ottawa, Nov. IG.-   The annual report
7~T'~   "f 'he.  i.ostniii. ler general  of Canad.
MANA    .,,,,.,,   ,..,..   ,���_,   ,     ,���,     _,,���a.
Try Mooney's Biscuits with all the rest
See how much more flavory.crisper Mooney's are
mm
Ol
PROFESSIONAL
of  deeds  tor  WHITESIDE & EDJ10ND3, BAKKja
'  /'.',���,.  Westminster,  in
stric ., worki are p^.
tructed. in accordance |
J      requlrt
">���" foaf"c.nada, WM.
., rB    protection
1!.-,   of the    Revised
,.  EDMONDS,
fiaser   Kiver   Tannery
Ited
,. N,.w Westmln
,m'eda-i div of October, L9in
tvrs    and    solicitors,
Trust  Block   Columbia  siren   New
Westminster.    W. J. Whiteside, li
L. Edmonds.
which hns jusi been issued, shows!
thai i lie estimated Increase in the
number of letters and postcards carried in the Canadian malls duiing the
last fiscal year wns 45,705,000, which
is a 10 per cent increase over 1909,
i iv, lng io the growth of the sm \ li e
the expenditure has Increased consld-
erablj. co upai ed with 1909, bul in
spite of thai fact there was a surplus
Westminster 1 {rom t|)(, operation ol tbe service oi
Their superiority is due to our painstaking \v:
methods���our modern facilities and using the cost- KiJMi
liest materials.    We get the finest cream and butter
from  the famous   Western   Ontario   farms   because
we pay top prices.   Our flour is a special blend.
Yet they cost no more than common kinds.
,0:* ^S*'
��� thl"
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and s
Guichon hlock, comer Columhla an I
McKenzie Btreets; Vancouver of
lies, WiVlams building, ll Granville sl rei t. K. c. Wade, K. C;
A. VS healler, W, G. McQuarrie, G. B
Mai tin.
-^0-"nEW  WESTMINSTER.
1.���iwbn foi the! position ol City
received by the un
*,..������'���    ' t0
,   ��� " ;.. in-
������ . .
i oday,    the 28th
Hall,
to stati
,V   A
������ i   ei ib
salary required.
DUNCAN,
City  Clerk,
r 8th, 1910.
t.r..2i(i. |^^^^^^^^^^^^^
During tha year there was an In-
i: e " of li-i miles in the extent of
bj Btem o' er which mails air i at ried
by tbe rallwuy, while the Increase on
railway, water and land routes was
gl ei I er  by   1.175,50!)   miles.
Letter carrier  delivery  was establish l  In two cities dui lng the yeai
Regina and New W eat minster,
Many    Stamps   Sold.
Postage Btampa to the number   of
.  "xi.Nl.77l. valued at 19,942,435, were
iBsued aa compared  with 630,117,232,
valued al $9,216,011. In 1909.
I!   t   PRINCE  expert accountant and      In the number of letters posted, On-
'auditor.   Agent foi   the  Hall   Sa"e  ,aii" led,a11 "���" ""'"'��� provinces by a
Co    Offlce   room 5, Markel  Block,  big margin.   As a matter of fact, more
opposite  City   Hall,   Columbia   St..   etters are posted in Ontario than in
���       Phnn�� [J>f8 ""���' next f<""' bighe��l provinces.    Ihe
"" ' Qgures    are:      Ontario,    203,448,000'
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
Irv   WESTMINSTER
������" TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
11. J. A.  BURNETT
Accountant.       Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 128.    Koom,
niitrlct of New Westminster.
,.-    .-,  , ���    ��� i. William Robert
| . B. C occupation
1 mtend to apply ror
���JSio, a the following
I '    a    Post    planed
I ...    north fro...   the
I    Timher    Lease
lDd,    thence    west
��� ence    south   eighty
��� ence   east    eighty   chains,
STENOGRAPHY    ��.    TYPEWRITING
.Miss M. BROTEN, pul,lie stenographer; specifications, business litters, etc.: circular worl; taken.
I'l.one 415. itear of Major and
Bnvage's office; Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     KOOM     22
Cm Us Block.   P. O. Box 694.
Quebec, 85,334,000, Manitoba, 43,068,
000, British Columbia, 37,266,000, Nov;
Scotia, 25,821,000, Alberta 20,822,000
nml Saskatchewan, 18,669,000.
The gross postal revenue <>f the
principal cities of the Dominion was
as follows; Toi onto $1,709,493, Montreal $1,063,228, Winnipeg $395,051,
Vancouver $267,341, Ottawa $210,1319,
Hamilton $202,921, London $146,250,
St, John, N. It. $111,074, Halifax $11 I.-
318. Calgary $125,749, Regina $86,-
570.
Cf&ckeiV
Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas are made in our large
sanitary factory amid a flood of sunshine.   Here in this splendid building with its hundreds of skilled employees���each an
expert in his line���wc create this delicious and nourishing biscuit.
After these biscuits leave the ovens and while they are
still piping hot, with all their oven aroma, tliey are packed
in dust and damp-proof packages.   We even ship them in
our own private cars.   No other biscuit manufacturer
does this.
So they reach your table���whole, flaky, and
fresh.
<*mt. ���������
W^0*K3^' Trythem today- At your s*006**1
���$0-^     Jhe Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd.,
's.
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REAL   ESTATE.
^^^.      ^^^^^^^^^^^    WHITE,  SHILES   k  CO.
Chains to poinl of  Real   Kstate  and  Insurance  A.ents-
ntaining  640 acres     city, farm and sunnrban property
628 and 746 Columhla St.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK, !
,   tembei 6, 1910
ENGLAND BUILDING
GIGANTIC AIRSHIP
rer, B, C,
LAND  ACT.
D s
PISH   AND   GAV.E.
IBENUON   &   AYUNC..  FISH.  PHI li
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot Montreal.
Spies Ward Off Prying Eyes
of Britain's Great and
Costly Aerial Venture.
tu Westminster La"d District.
trict of   New  Westminster.
l:ke r il  J in    Ferdinand
Island,   occupation ,^^^^^__^^	
���er. Intern         apply  for  permls- WESTMINSTER      WOODWORKING
ollowing    dc- co._ bank, office and
WOODWORKING.
���    a   post   planti '.
rtbi ast   from tl.e
���.. aad aboul    40
���   ������.    tbe    Boul
..t    number    37341,
| |  40  c'nain?.  tlience  east
dttir.a ������    soutl     4') chains,
ts**' *      io ch dns  to  point
mencea cr.-. ron'ainlng  160  acre?
I
DINAND  BAOOS.
it 29, 1910.
tore liftings,
cabinet, stair.    showcAses, manMBs
detail work.    Desiuns and esti
and ^^^^^^^^
mates furnished.
pru-tor. Works:
an 1 car Ure. P.
473.
J.   Brookes.   pro-
Corner   Eleventh
O. box 251, Fnone
CITY   VOTERS'    LIST.
that the
191 I ha.s
the  Bame
Ii hereby . Hen
"i ��� ;.,- ii rhe year
M i   and   that
:..   ,. .t  this office for thirty   j  0  q  f
date hereof;  and any
������ il] claim to he added to
i said \   ��� ���      List, or any elector
��ho shal to   have  any   name
Ued ;n.  must prefer his or
��� request In writing, signed with his
��her name and shall deliver or
nue same e delivered to the City
Cerk within the time herein before
pclfled.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
I  Offlce.   New  Westmin-
l<"f- ii C er 15, 1910.
KING'!. HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone lv Newest and most up-to-
date in th.e city. Terms moderate
l-'irst class cuisine.  J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���F, 17 FRONT ST.
1'hone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terns moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
London, Nov 6.��� In i i uge ihed at
Bai ow, workmen arc putting thi
flnisl li ��� iches on Gre ��� B Italn's
Qrsl gre tl aerial crul er, and tl,
airship w ill soon be ready toi law
in. . Until th it e\ ent takes | ,
Naval Aii Ip No. 1, as it is offii I illj
called, remali s ,i mystery. Ii Is
known that she v.ill be the large.:
ami probably the speediest airship
ever built, hut the details of her construction and alleged superiority arc
known only to rhe officials directly
concerned. Hundreds of guards patrol the vicinity of the Barrow workshop to keep off spies and curlositj
seekers.
The knowledge tbat Gre it Britain
is soon to have a great war airsh;;i
has served to relieve the fears of n.i',-
lions of Englishmen, who have been
kept awake at nights by dread of a
German airship invasion.
lt is said that the total cost of the
new airship  will  reach  the  half nil
reet
war
Vancouver, B. C
.venue
original estimate of $350,000,   The en
velope nf the  balloon  is of  a seiet
^^^^    composition resembling aluminum, but
invited alleged to be stronger than that metal.
W. C. I Tow boats are to he attached to the
Harry T. Devine
begs to announce that he has received instructions from the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to sell by
PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday, November 21st, 1910, at  10 o'clock a.m.
in] Pender Hall, Cor.  f**zn���i*zr and  Howe Sts.
ABOUT 350 LOTS in that portion of District 526 bounded on the north by
20th Avenue, on the south by 25th Avenue, on the east by Ontario Street,
and on the west by Oak Street.
re-
���.,...   AMITY   LODGE  NO.  27���  "*��  <....,...H   	
The regular meetings of this lodge  Hon mark, which is much beyond the
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, cor-      " ""���*" nf mkmum��    The en-
ner Carnarvon  and   F.lghth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting   brethren   cordially   '**���****���**���'
to attend.   W. If. \V��'��it, NO.; w. u.i io��  ,��.��.., ..._ ._
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;   balloon, and these are expected to en
\V.   MacDonald,   financial   aecre-  able  tlie  balloon  to  he  used  rn  the
surface of the water, as well as an
aerial voyager. Two officers and nx
men will compiise the crew nf the v��s>
sel. Knonah net rol c.;in he stnre:l on
hoard, it is said, to enable the airship tn stay up in the air for three or
four days.
The following are the blocks and lots
South Vancouver
|WAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
I thai  I. William  Robert
: i   i .,.y.  B.C., occupation
i ii    ml end to apply  fOT
'' ,.   >00  acies of  land
I , i     Commencing ai
tha -ast sl le of the
*-'���:. ,   ,!,,,  n,,rth    arm    of
:";   a
'   "".IT
Mlllj 	
'muiencement.    Purpose for
I mired, quarrying.
WILLI \M  ROBERT DICK.
te north    aruv^^
thence -ast *0 chnint,
30 chains, thence west
iem e north 50 chains to
SentjOn Approval A
Laughlin fjp
FOUNTAIN PEN   ~
aivl
RED GEM
Wl* lr��K Pe.-.cil
Vour Choi ���������
USE GILY THE BEST
PERFUNE0
LYE
STANDARD MtlClB
READY  FOR USE
IN /VNY QUANTITY.
'mMUna loap, ���oftaninil waur,
">movln,(
���>nk,,
SEALED   TENDERS    addressed
rhe Secretary, Departmenl of Indian li
Vftairs,  Ottawa, and  narked  on  the
envelope "Tenders for Carcross Boai I
lng   - chool,"  w i l be is ei ed  up
m February -'>. 1911, for tlte
IO
 ^H
school bulhi-
tion of a fi a ne boarding
nen;- CarcroBS, Yukon Territory,
Plans ami  specifications    may    bo
seen at the offices of T, K   Neelanda,
of   Indian    Agencies,   Van-
Block 681, lots 1, 2, B, ��, 11. 12. 15,
lfi, 19, 20, 29, 30.
Block 582, lots 5, 8, 9. 10, 13, 14, 21,
22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36.
Block  583, lots 3, 4. 11. 12,  15, lfi,
10, 20, 21 . 24, 27. 28, 31, 32.
Block 584, lots 3, 4. 7, 8, 11, 12, 19.
20, 23, 21, 27. 28, 31. 32
Block fioi, lots l, 2, 5. <\. 0. 10. 13,
14. 17. 18, 21, 22. 25, 20, 20, XO.
Block 60S   lots 11, 4. 7, 8, Y.i. 14, 17,
18, 21. 22, }5, 26, 29, X0, 35, 3fi.
Block 603, lots 3, 4, 7. 8, u, r_>, 10,
20, 23.  24,  27.  28.  31, 32.
Block 604, lots 3   4, 7, 8, 11. 12. 10,
20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block 621, lots 3, 4, 8, 0, ll. 15, 18,
19. 22. 23, 26   27. 30, 31,
Block 623, lots 5, 6, 13, 14, 17, 18,
25, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36
Block 623 lots 3. 4, 7 8, 11, 12, 17.
18,  23,  24,  27,  28,  31,  32.
Block 624, lots 1, 2, 7. 8, 11, 12, 15,
lfi, 10, 20, 23, 24, 20, 30.
Block 661, lots 5, 6, lfi, 17. 22t 23,
26, 27.
Block fifi2. lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13,
II   17, 18, 23, 21, 27, 28.
Block fifi3. lots 3. 4.
8. 11, 12, 15,
16, 21. 22
iv,
27.
Block 664, lots 3.
ie, ao, 23, 24.
Block fiSl, lots 1. 2. fi,
17, 20,  21,   21    26,   27.
BiOCk '182. lots 1, 2, 5   7
lfi. 21, 22, 25, 86, 20, :;o
Block 688, lots 3. i
18, 19, 21. 25, 26, 27.
Bl ick 68*4, lots 2. :
16,  19, 20, 21. 25, 2i
4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15.
7, 12, IS
16,
8, 11. 12. V,
7. 10, 11, 14, li
8,  11,  12,  15,
Point Grey
n i ectoi
W  e  Ditchburn, inspect ir
���-encies,    Victoria;    R.    C.
Commissioner, I
lluiimll
B :f y i>.-n . it mint
full U KI   .- ��� .i.i '...  .     Ul
OU o. l,t ham! lutoy l)Q a,���t
in   v ,i,,M   ni r   ���    idunl
blacfc opaque patlui u, ,n ^p,
Nun In, :i ,.il '-*   'i ��� m.-l,;i'    ���*.'i*
pitl. i * ,\, ^o,',|, either '���! IJj
plain nr enomved ttnlili m!
wP"Mn��* pk
V,i. ii-"'.   t''   'liiai    ii  r   '-.-V    t'^f jJB
I r*f* in   my (**.�� t u *..*���. n i   iw) tju**
Y*M
,,., ,.�����.
I It
��� t v.* *
old paint, dlainfaotlng
closata,  drains  aad  far
_knV  otl,���p   purposes.      A   c s* A
''"���U 20 pauadi 3AL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
|E-W.Q|LLETT Z?X:Xl\
,..,��i .'t- "���
,,,,,��� itrf *���
n������li.r 1
,.!,������
,���, turn,
  I"- ���
l��j��i ����� I ttl ��;|1
,i   It.   ���   I
, ihopi " ''  '','"
I.  ,.,  Hr.it ���'!'
...rlrel    <���
,IC���.I...I
kw.Q
TORONTO.ONT.
���,.���   ���wi-" f""'1 ^
b Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Ma tulle Bldg..
Dilron. ""'
couver;
't.m^^^^^^^^^
\iiilcr    Assistant  OoW C
WhiShome. Y. T, tho Commisslousr
0)  u,a  yukon,  Dawson    City,J-  r.,
Md  Percy  Reed,   Mining    Rocot ei.
CaS8UldeTr' mns.  be accompanied]
by a marked cheque made payable   o
Ue undersigned for a bumi equal to
Ave ror cent  of tlie amounl    ol the
Lu'r    The cheque will be forfeited
j the'person tendering deoltae to 4a*
;���.������,!, a oontraoi who., called upon
U1 do so.   if the tender be not accept.
|tl(, ctM.1]m* win be returned,   in
,e event of acceptance of tender>m
JLm wm he hel',1 until tl.e contract
J , !;11(Ml. When it win be returned,
T1fe successful tenderer will be ve*
ulred to furnish a bond in Mttetao-
tory sureties tor a sum equal to tbe
_ 'M amount of i he contract,
fltfj     The lowesl or any tender not neces-
'li'-Sl  aii llv  accepted.
Th,   unauthorised  insertion   ol   this
advertisement  In BOV newspaper  will
'""  "" "aU1 f��r'   j.  D.   Md.RAN.
Secretn ry.
Department of Indian Affuirs
Ottawa, November 4, 1910.
Block 580A, lots l. 2, i, 5,
pi  ,.|.: 800A, lots 1. 2. 3. ti.
I |oc ,' 820  v. lots 3, 8
Block 6B8, lots l, 2, ,
11. 12
, 13, 1
13,
I. 1'
18.
Block 859, lots 3. 4.
Block 660, lots i. 2,
IB, 19, 20. 26, 20, 32.
8. 13, 14, 17.
fi. 10, 11, 11,
Block 677, lol ������ 3,
17. 18, 23. 24, 25,
Block ''.78, lota 3
19, 20,
Block 070. lots 7,
20.
Block f.W. lots 3
28.  20,  33,  34.
I, f.. 0, 10, 13, 11.
7, 8, 0, 10, 17, 18,
g, 9, io. 13, 14, 10,
i. fi, 15. 18, 20, 21,
TERMS OF SALE:   Om qjirtar cash, Balance 1, 2 and 3 years, interest
at 6 per cent.    If ths Purchasers d;tire to build, one house only to eich lot,
to cost not less than One Thousand Dollars.
This building condition applies to all lots with ths exception of those on
King Edward Avenue, where no house of a less value than Two Thousand
Dollars can be erected.
Plans and further particulars'can be obtained from
HARRY T. DEVINE, A. H. NICHOL,
Auctioneer, Townsite Agent,
437 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B. C. 8 C. P. R.
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NEWS B��Pi|.
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THE DAIL.Y  NEWS.
THURSDAY,  NOVEMs
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City News
*R 17.
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right orices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
is  the time  to  buy  a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big i inter Btock Ib now in fr'om
tie besl makers We have them al
;> low price ami we lmve n kind
WE GUARANTEE. V.'e have also
Combination as well as
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will pay you to look over our stock
rf RUBBER GOODS on display in ou.
show  window.    Try  us  for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Curtis Dr us Stoi
New    Westminster.    B    C.
The eclipse of the niooh was invisible here yesterday evening owing
to the cloudy' weather.
The Hank  of   Montreal    inspectors
yesterday finished making the annual
ins; ection of the local branch of the,
bank. ���*** ���
Now is the tin e to get spring
flowering bulbs frofl Davies, the Florist.    Phone  R208.     ��� **
The Ladies of the Altar Society of
St. Peter's Cathedral will meet at the
residence of Mrs, P. Bowler, ail Meri-
vale street, this afternoon. ,
The choir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church will hold its weekly
practice this evening', the hostess for
this occasion being .Mrs. A. W. Gray.
Members of the Educational Club
will be entertained at the home of
Mrs. J, A. Lee this afternoon, when
the usual fortnightly meeting will be
held.
Six large lots, three facing Seventh
avenue and three facing Nanaimo, 2D(\
feet east of Twelfth stieet car line for
sale en bloc at ?(80 each, l-:i cas.i.
Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, 70(i Columbia.
The publicity commissioner yesterday received letters of Inquiry from
parties in Belgium, Sussex, Devonshire, the Channel Islands, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.
Court Royal Columbia, A. O. F , will
meet in the Knights of Pythias hall
tomorrow evening tor initiation ceremonies, A delegation of Court Pacific will come over from Vancouver
to assist.
M. J. Manning, Inspector of Alberta
and Biitish Col imbia branches of the
Merchants Bank, yesterday paid bis
first official visit to New Westminster.
Mr. Manning expressed satisfaction at
the amount of business wliich was
being transacted at the local branch.
Charles Morrison and Eugene Mar-
tineati, housebreakers and dynamite
men, arrived in the city yesterady
in charge of Provincial Constables
Fraser and Sutherland, and were lodged in tlie penitentiary, where they will
serve terms of two years concurrently
on each of four charges.
Mrs. George Wolfenden. treasurer
af the Anti-Tulieiculosis Society, has
presented returns for Tag Day. slio-.v-'
lng a net collection over expenses of
$5 13.80. The society conveys thanks
to the collectors, the R. A. di l. Society, the Local Council of Women,
md all ethers who helped with thc
svork of tl e day.
Davies Green Douses is the place to
et bouquets, floral designs, and
Infls of cut flowers.   Phone R 20S **
known hotel man. It is the intention
of the purchasers to remodel the
hotel, and make it in every respect I
a hostelry of the first-clttss, M>ss''s
Reid, Curtis & Dorgan were agents in
the sale.
A serious congestion problem faces
the authorities of tlie provincial jail
in the city. Yesterday fifteen prisoners were drafted to Victoria, hm in
spite of this there are still a hundred male inmates, althougn accommodation is provided for only sixty-
six. So far as can be learned, no
steps are being taken to provide more
accommodation, and a rumor that a
new jail would be built on Lulu
Island is discredited, local official;
stating that the site is not suitable.
The staff is further hampered by a
shortage in its numbers, no successor having yet been appointed to replace Guard Corrigan.
On the question of the C. N. R.
route through the city, a preliminary
conference took place between the
mayor and T. G. Holt, financial agent
of the McKenzie & Mann interests,
on Tuesday, at which, however, no
definite decision was reached, lt i-
understood that two routes are undei
consideration, both coming into the
city by way of the government bridge,
one being to use the G. N. tracks
through Sapperton, and the other bj
,.-,.- nf Pront street Bealfv Annie-
report some speculative buying in
. ���. se nums anectetl. but as yet tu-
company has not secured any options
or made any definite move in the matter. The important announcement Is
made that negotiations conducted fo'
some time past to secure running
rights over the G. X. R. tracks from
the south ond of the bridge to Port
! Kells have now been satisfactorily
closed.
The Public
Supply Stores
ADVERTISE  IN THE  DAILY  NEW?
lhe fatal Hole1 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 Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks.  Etc., Etc.
Peter   Mi Ci
a  lot
ir,
ap; eared
ii fore Acting Magistrate Corbould :n
.... Police court yester .'.ay morning
a a charge of forgery and oa pleading not guilty was ic.-landed till Friday. II Is alleged thai McCoy cashed
two cheques drawn by ihe Western
Canada Power company in favor of
3. J. Morrison of Coquitlam, cn a
local haul;, forging Mr. Morrison's endorse:! ent thereon. The cheques
were for the sutE3 of $45.80 and f 15.00
respectively.
The King's hotel on Columbia street
has changed hands, having been sol I
iy John Trachy to Messrs. Ueid <fc
3rme, of Vancouver, for a considera-
\rn in the neighborhood of $20,000.
Mr, Reid was until recently owner
if the Winters hotel in Vancouver,
ind his partner in this deal is a weil-
LIBERAL   IS   WINNER
OVER   CONSERVATIVE
Halifax.   Nov.   ]<!.���After   an   Uphill
fight Vanblarcom (Conservative)  was
efente.l   yesterday   in   Dlgby   in   the
orovinrial by-election contest by Allen
H.  Wall   i Liberal)   with  117"  majority.
GET
Cadbury's (hocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
T. A. MU!R & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   411 Columbia Pt.
New Westminster, B.C.
A   SMALL   FORTUNE.
Owing to special family circumstances demanding Ihe money, six IV4
acre blocks in Bub-dlvlslon of NW$6
of section :n. township ii, containing
about 2~ acres, close to ih '". i-'i"--
ric railway, Scotl Road and Town
Line Head, 15 mlniites by tram from
New Westminster City, have been
pul iii our hands for <;nl.-l; sale,
AWAY   BELOW  THE   MARKET!
Each block is divisible Into twenty-
two full slfci I (ity lots. 132 lots bi
ill. There's n rt'fii .whin" 'n '���Hi
buy, at the price that town lots have
been selling in the vicinity.
See us ano.it uns '!/uu other ii v
and suburban snai s ai once, beforo
they  arc snapped  up.
KKNNKI.iV  BROS.,  LTD.
Heal  ICsta'p and Ifwwi",
Over Merchants Hank, cor. Columbia
and   Begbie  Streets.   New   Wesuiil.i-
Bter, B, C.   Phone 835,
Look Over
o;:r groceries ar.d then judge
whether they and tlirir prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wisli. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
n:o:e 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 Biitfjjftli B
here hereafter.
Phone 92
Emphatic Redactions in Prices of
TRIMMED
HATS
The order to reduce the i rices on all colored trimmed hats and
untrimmed shapes comes at a tlmo when ii will prove of advantage
to hundreds of women who lu.ve not purchased their winter hat.
About 100 colored hats and )50 colored shapes are all that remain
of our immense stock. Today you can have excellent choice���and
note tiie reduced prices.
Three Special Tables
1st Table $4*50
One table of colored hats, in a complete ranye of colors new shapes
and trimmings. Regular values up to $8.00. On Bale today, each..
 $4.50
         2nd Table $6.50
A splendid >-ange at tills price, featuring all the newest ideas possible in  huts.    Regular  values up to $10.00. On sale today, each $6.50
^ 3rd Table $8*00
In these you will find some of the nicest models in pattern bats
shown this season. The new, st. shades are prominent���tones of
Ugh' and dark heliotrope, na y, brown, grey, etc Regular values
up to $12.50.   On sale today, c ch  $8 00
The Christmas Showing
of Handkerchiefs
Now Ready
So many handkerchiefs the sold to customers who sen 1 them i i
friends at a distance. They slSp into a letter anl mailed wlthd it
further trouble. V.'e mention he arrival of oar complete nr ��� I
an-', we make a claim, the prtVlng of which will le easy. We know
withoul a doubt thii our Xmas showing wi llbe larger and mere
varied than shown by any :-i re in B, ('.   We have here hanl m de
l.ace Hankkerchiefa from l elgium. real Irish Lace Handkerchlel
from Ireland, Swiss   Embroldeied Linen, hand embroidered and haul
made lace edges,   All personally selected ia the mail..-!:; ,;; 8wil >,-
land, Belgium and. Ireland.   Prices ran^e from 2 fer 6c to 80c each.
All Untrimmed
Colored Shapes
at a Reduction
of 25 per cent.
Choose  a   shape  and
trimmed to your ore]
away   below    reg .
mines.    A    une    Be
nave it
at in ir es
���'   tli:,,.
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Bhapes from which to choose,
Warm and
Cosy Kimonas
Pull length am
in   wide   variety.    The
md short I
a**********************___mm'
pearance   sugge t      .. ���   ,   .
attractive aie llu- colorl ,,,,,
,i,!isl' "f the materials used,
German Eiderdown i��� ffooleJ
and ctton, the finish of which
la soft and Huffy, >-ei firm and
substantial; Canadian Eider-
downs in heavy weights and
light weight ducklln g aeece
cloths in many grades
Full   Length   Kimonas, in plain
and fancy colors, with wide roll
over collars, turn    back   cuffs,
and   heavy   thick     v
Sizes .'i-i to 42.    Ea
$C50.
Misses'     Eidcrdov.n     Kimonas,
Each $3.75.
Cardinal,  sky.    ma . ���
��� '��������� i n    Kin i nas, 11 i
: e .r . i ich $3.75.
Women's Short  Kimonas, Each
$'.50.
Two ape< iii clol
Int > full    size ! nas, Gi
n  ih i" e and  i la
;' len      ���    .. ������
in  ni ,���  patti
���    ors,  made  wil fittln
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NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK  FASHIONS"   AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THE'
W. S. COLLISTER &
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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| Some Special Snaps
>  THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
* 5 lots on Second street.    Excellent view.    Streets on three sides
J   of  tills  property.    $350 each.   Terins.
* 10  lots extending from  FlrBt to  Second  street.    This  property
* Is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
|   Price $350 each.   Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
I     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
i***************************************************   .ADVERTISE  l!i  TKE  DAILY NEW.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SEND YOI'lt OUDKltS TO
TO BE CLEANED AND DYED
BY THK NEW AND PERFECT  PROCESS.
We have wide experience in
Cleaning and Hying.
Machinery and skilled work
people, in fact WO have every
facility at hand lo give yon I ho
BEST WORK FOR THE
LEAST MONEY,
downs    and    Costumes, dents'
Knits, Gloves, etc,
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods,
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WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
PHONE <-3|
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne.
LYNE'!
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
j A.11 kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
If you want something choice for Todav rf
ner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast ol
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anythingelsf
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get itB
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street       -     .   -       New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS)

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