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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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Standard   Make $5   Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WESTMINSTER,   B.  C. TUESDAY   MORNING, OCTOBKIt 26, 1910.
PRICE FIVE  CENTa
| HINGES ON
MEANING OF WORD
irt of Revision of Voters
jst May Have to Pronounce on Technicality.
ig    of    the
word
a
a annual    rental    of
qualifying    as    a
l , .        ��� eaning
1 .a used
on pa :
and thi
.   : unicipal clauses act,
Vl      een  very dearly defined.
,( ters  doubl   has   been
... bethei men rooming
rtments    or    private
paying   flie   specified
were really quallfle i
|(". ,     franchise, the  view
. ome   caBes   that    a
|ci Interpretation should be placed
\_e wm I  householder,    and     that
i atlng a house should  be
vote,    others   Inclined
,..  . .   thai   the amomil   of  rent
,   ���  an any other consldera-
; weigh in deciding quail-
htions.
In an endeavor to    throw    a little
RADICAL MEASURES FOR
BETTERMENT OF MASSES
Moral   Reform   League  Presents    Sug.
gestions for Curbing Liquor and
White  Slave Traffic.
] he city council is going to discuss
c< li.iin amendments which the Te
perance and Moral Reform league,
through its secretary, Di S] encer, has
- ��� ��� ���" i for the Municipal Cla
act. The council will hold a mi t ting
on Wednesdaj afternoon al five
o'clock to consider the proposals,
�� hieh are exti nsive and som< what
radii ..I.
The following is a brief summary
of tbe amendments as sent to the
co .ia il bj in. Spencer and read In
the (oum il chainbei last night. In
tbe opening chapter of the letter he
explains the extent and purpose of
the movement as follows:
"I beg to submit to you. in oom-
mon with all other councils in the
province, the following propositions
and beg thai you will consider them
at    an early  meeting of your    honor-
, on the subject, the News a,,le t,0ll>'' *���- bas 1<,nS been felt de-
today Bought the opinion of City arable ������������'* Sl"��e amendments to the
j(.itor' W 0. McQuarrie. Before Municipal Clauses act should take
', | . ...-ws. Mr. McQuarrie pro-' ljlu('e and we wisl1 to submit to the
'Ji, pies ol the Municipal Clauses government the following at its next
the     Municipal    Flections    act-  session. '
number of other  pon-      Below  is  given  a  summary  of the
Careful    searching amendments asked for:
tailed     to     reveal I    '���   An amendment giving power   to
municipal
SCHOOLS IN PORTUGAL jFEAR NINETEEN MEN
10 BE SECULARIZED!    WERE LOST IN GALE
MAN, MAID, AND MOTOR
LOSE TO PAPA AND POLICE
Clericals to Be Replaced By
Teachers of Only One
Code of Morals.
Lisbon, Oct. 24.   The secularization
";  the ,1 involve., t  ie
n plai eir.eni  ol  i ericals by a Byi  ���
of teaching of individual    and   civic
morality.
This system la Btrongly favored by
reformers, who believe thai the greal
danger to the young republic can be
ovi n mie it i hildren il the country
are taught to appi, the Bame laws of
orallty to private as to civil life.
Balloon in North Sea.
Berlin, Oct, 24.���A private despatch dated Vmulden, Holland, report
that tbe balloon Hlldebrandl descended In the North Sea, and that the occupants were rescued with difficulty
by a pilot boat. The balloon ascended nt Berlin Saturday, bound for England.
608), - - '��� :'
foue   volumes.
the   former
I explanation, no defina-
|n of the woul "householder" being
hided.   In the Municipal Elections
It ls  eleai ly   slated  that
I    .-, may   be  a  person   who
Vs u ho ise, oi office, or part of a
telling house, hotel or boarding
{use providing, however, thut the
Id pei bi en a resident theie
bm the first of January.
::, Municipal Clauses act stales
|iit ii person who has resided ill tlle
-. ' nth ���.: qualified to vote;
Ipal Elections act sav s a
\ isi  be here from a c< rtain
ti to become   legally   a
I ���
In ea        I        acts il is specified
lat li       evei _ pi o> Ision not
li ntlj   explicit, the  ruling
| the other act is authoi ita-
[
I: er i onsideratlon the
I be Bllghtly contra-
I Md In the cent   of certain
L ���   supplementary list be
ll at the i oun ol revision���
the COUl I    will    be
Jilli to pi onounce on a tech-
I Ing of an  appeal  to a
I
in thi    | inion   of   Mr, McQuarrie,
I tin   man who pays $100    a
���ear . ���,,,��� or moi e i ooms is
I entitled to vote al i Ivh
\ e is free to admit that
mlghl nut be held by the
I is tin obscure wording of the
��� ; osslble of more than
e Inierpn   ition.
WATTSBURG LUMBERMAN
IS SUING FOR $250,000
any municipal council to reduce tin
number of liquor licenses bv by-law.
providing t hat In every case the sail
by-law should be subject to the majority vote or the citizens, and in this
connection, the power of increase of
licenses should be subject also to
the majority of voters by the Bame
process of law.
2. That tbe action of the license
commissioners of any municipal!t>
and the action of the superintendent
ol provincial police in unorganized
districts  should  be Bubject  to
.,   E.   Watts   Has   Seven    Actions   t
Come    Before   Winter   Sitting   of
Supreme   Court.
Nelson,  Oct.
Wattsburg,  and
owner ot timber
14.���A.  !
Proctor,
I.   Waits,   ol
lumbei man, i
Crew  of  Steamer Regulus
Believed   to   Have
Swept Oil Vessel.
Been
Young   Gir'  from   Milner   Elopes  with
Swain, But Father and Bluecoats
Shatter Dream of Bliss.
Rt. John's, Nfld., Oct. 24.���The
steamer Regulus, flying between Newfoundland, Sydney, C, B., New York
and Philadelphia, is a total loss al the
e&trance to Shoal Hav and ber crew
of nineti en men aie believed to liave
been swept overboard by the heavj
sea and drowned.
The steamer while oul at sea lost
her tail shaft, bul a tug i lcked hei up
later. The bad seas, however, broke
four hawsers, and the tug was forced
to drop ber.
She was later discovered a total
wreck on a point of land near the entrance of Shoal bay.
As nothing has I een heard of the
crew, and the vessel has been washed by the heavy seas, it Ie thoughl
that the nineteen men have been
drowned.
WILL 'HM LAW TO
MAI LEE SIGN CHE Qi
AMATEUR ENTERTAINERS
TO PROVIDE FUN AT SOIREE
An elopement case which will p
ably   ii ive    a   happy    ending    todav
caused a stir iii police    circles    lasl
night.
Barbara McDonald,   the   s< venti e i
vear  Old  daughter Of  William  McDonald, a  mill owner of  Milner, eloped
with a man named O'Neil and cam<  to
this city.    Tbe couple left   Milner in i
an automobile and shortly afterwards
Mr. McDonald missed tbem.    He telephoned   to  tbe  police   bere  to  lie  on
the look out for the couple and the ,
automobile was stopped   as   it came :
across the New Westminster bridge. ]
Tlie pair was taken to the police station, but the f-ill Was allowed to go.
The father of the girl came to the
city late last night and lt is expected
that the matter will be arranged this
Alder|an Chorus "Aye" on
Mc ''! m to Interest City
Solicitor in Trouble.
"i  move thai  the city solicitor   be
a Ke 1  to give bis opinion as to Whal
action   maj   be  taken   to  compel  the
mayor to sign the cheque of $$0QQ Car
the R. A. & 1. society," said Attiennato
Gray.
"Second the motion," observed Alderman Smith.
"You have heard the motion: are
you ready for the question *.' chortled
Mayor Lee.   "All in favor say aye."
"Ave." chorused the aldermen wittj
military precision,
"Carried,"   muttered   Mayor  hee -ms-
he   subsided   into  bis  chair    with    a
morning.     It   is   understood  that   the'smile of benevolent animosity,
collide are anxious to get married and !    Thus dil the most   interesting mo
tile father has given his consent.
THREE LIVES LOST WHEN
MAIL STEAMER IS WRECKED
"A   False   Alarm"  to   Be   Produced
St.  Barnabas Hall on Thursday
Night by "The Diamonds."
at
limits ar.d fruit lands
"The Itiair.onds," an amateur
amusement organization, is to provide
an  interesting entertainment    at    St.
seems likely to occupy a large propor-'Barnabas ball on Thursday
tion of the time of the justice who'
will   presi le   at    tbe   winter   sittings |
a  re-  ol  the supreme court In Nelson. Mr.j
Capsizing     of    Lifeboat     Responsible
for    Fatality,    247    Passengers
Landed   Safely.
his
in-
view by a county court Judge and Waits is entering courts with
the decision ol the county court judge usual enthusiasm and vim and
subject to review by the COUM ol ap tends to Conduct all bis cases, of,
peais. No Injustice would be caused which there are seven, personally,
as the unsuccessful party would have For tbe past three weeks he has been
t ��� pay the costs. spending  much time In  the offices of
.;.    Tkat   all  license commissioners  Registrar T.  M.  Bowman, conducting
in all  municipalities Bhould be elect-  examinations tor discover:-   of differed  b;>   the  municipal   voters,  in  pre- enl   Witnesses in the seven cases be
clsely   the  same  manner  as a  mayor, , hopes to  have decided  in  December,
reeve or councilman is elected. I    In all  lie is suing In different  nc-
4. Tbat all police commissioners be'tions   for   damages   amounting   to   a
elected In the same way. total   Of  over  a   quarter  cf  a   million
For the improve nt  of morals the   WollVirs.      The   most
WATER   APPLICATION.
|Eeve.   Records  Art*  Roonht   in   Chilli-
followtng suggestions are  made:
To suppress the white slave traffic
and the market for its victims with
the red light distiict. as not only '
ing injurious to the moral and bi I 1
welfare ol the municipality, bui ui
contravention of the criminal code,
L'. Licentiousness ought to be an
offence and those having In possession
Immoral literature or pictures should
be punished.
3, That move picture shows be
prohibited from exhibiting pictures of
prize fights and other pictures tending to brutalize the young an! that
children   under   sixteen   years  of  age
these   cases   is   a   suit
wbicli   io>   Is  bringing
P.   U.  for  timbei
Inn ortunt    ol)
Tor    $103,000,
mains!   the  C.
destroyed    in    fires
which
  be  not   allowed  to    enter    any    such
Records Are Sought in ChHIl- j theatre  without  B  paient  or guardian
wack  District. I     _\VA{ the provincial government
All records for water    applications   i���, asked to provide an Injunction law
|l>''        ' n  yesterday at  the office penalizing   tbe owners   of   property
|' ent   agent.      If    theie   uge(j  for Unmoral  purposes.
I     ' ���        six   applications   every     ti,,, communication caused no dis
' particular department of cusslon  whatever, although    it    was
enl work le   doing   good deemed a serious enough proposition
���  yesterday   there   wee ,,, warrant the calling or   a    special
1  'i eleven applications   f<n-: i,M'��>tiin.- of the council for Wednesday
I lied In the   office   in
'������ ouse
��� ' nation   is that ��� number
the vicinity    of Chilli-
to distribute   the   water
the  loi,n Foul Creek, a
ne u   Uose.lale   and  they
applied foi  a record of
���      per   second   each,
eii  domestic purposes.
are  Stanley   Everall,
I  ieph Brannlek, .lames
1  Francis   of the same
', I "lm  ton. of  F.ast  Chilli-
u   iii ithers,   ll.   N.
H. C    Henderson,
, '���    M    Rogers   nnd
"''   Chilliwack     The   appli
' '   : all  be
' i
afternoon.
TRAFFIC SIDETRACKED
TO MAKE WAT FOR WHEAT
near   Wattsburg   last   summer
he alleges   wee  caused  by  that company's  emplojees  or  engines.
Another big ase is that i.i wllich
he Is sued b, the Proctor Lumbei
company for $50,000, and ln wbicb he
is making a counter claim tor J110,-
000. Two cases, large enough tor
the ordinary man, but minor matters
compared with Mr. Watts' two actions, are tliose agalnsl W. C. Cooke
for (8000 tor damages for loss of
logs on the west arm during high
water, and against J. 11. Young, of
Vancouver, for $5000 foil plleged
breach of contract,
On Saturday Mr. Watts examined
for discovery Qeorge Gloudenning. of
Toronto, vice president of the Proctor
Lumber company, who is represented | dleton-Kltto    and    (:���   <:-:<o    h
by .lames O'Sbea.
even in
when vocal and Instrumental program is to precede the rendering of
a farce "A False Alalia." wliich is to
be staged under the management of
B. H. Hill, of Burnany, Tbe fun-
makers will be:
Mr. Sparklns, Bernard K. Hill.'
Adolphus Fltzsimmons, Charles ll.
Vy - ur. Robert (.Man servant), M. (',.
Hill: Harry WharncllRe 'engaged to
(lertiudei, Trevelyan 11. E. Howe:
Professor Julius Mogg, Charles Royer
Leag: Mrs. Sparklns. Miss Middleton-
Kitiii: Gertrude (Sparklns' daughter),
Miss Winnie  Hill.
Tlie program which is to occupy the
flrst part of the evening, consists of
the following  numbers:
Chorus, "He Ole Banjo," The
Troupe; song. "Bobby Hear," Treve-
.van H. F. Rowe; song, selected, R, T.
Prince; duet, "Quarrelling," Miss Mid-
dleton-Kitto and Charles Royer Legg;
song, "Ma Curly Headed Baby," Miss
Jarvis; song. "Tlie Galloping Major."
Charles Royer Legg; song. "Slave
Song." Miss Mlddleton-Kltto; song.
"Sue. Sue, Sue," Charles H. Watson;
song, "In tlie Twi, Twi. Twi Twilight,"
Charles Royer I.egg: duet, "My Canadian Canoe," Miss Middleton-Kitto and
Trevelyan II. E. Rowe; song, "Queen
Bee's Wedding Song." Miss Jarvis;
song, selected. R. T. Prince; duet.
When  We  Are  Married."  Miss  Mid-
ment of last night's council  meeting;
pass into    history    and    today    City
Solicitor McQuarrie    wil".    pore   ovesc
i ponderous  tomes    of    ancient    legal
j literature to discover the king's ogin-
jion  on  the chief  magistrate's  unprecedented conduct.
Tenders for Fire Hall.
Tenders for the new flre hall in the
west end were opened and referred to
the city engineer and the flre committee for report. There were three
tenders received, that of Alfred Cedcr-
berg, of New Westminster, at \\9_&
being the lowest. The other two were
Sloan & Harrison, $2500, and A. BL
Dean, $'2705.
The light committee was authorizes
Ito have printed a set of rules for the
guidance of the employees of the department.
The board of works reported recommending   that  a   crossing   ot  crushed
Throe
The  others ot'
crew were rescued.
The  Lisboa is a  Portu
and   sailed   fiom   Lisbon  on
1   for   Mozambique,     She   was
manded bv Capt. Men;,.,--:.
CARELESS    DUEL'STr
[Rowe: song. "Good Ni
idleton-Kitto.
:ht."  Miss Mid-
Hanging    Date    Advanced
London    Oct.   24.~-Dr.   Hawley    II Overdue   Steamer   Not   Lost.
Clip, en   convicted  of  Ibe   murder  of      New   Orleans,   La.,   Oct.   24.���The
his   wife    Belle   Elmon      he  actress. .Norwegian  steamer  Bluefields,  which
will  be hanged on Tuesday,  Novem- was believed to have been lost in the
ber    8       The    dale    originally    an-i recent  West   Indian  hurricau. arrived
Inounced   was   November   15,  but   to-; safely at Havana this . -miic    'n-
| dav the sheriff advanced
, week.
tbe day one information was received in a cablegram from the officers of the vessel.
Capetown. Union of South Africa,
Oct, 24.---The mall steamer Lisboa,
with 250 passengers was wrecked today near Paternoster Paint, on the
ivest coasl of Cape Colony, Three i
persons were drowned by tbe cai   i<
ing   of   a  small   boat   In   which   tbey  ro���,.    he    l)laced   on	
were  attempting  to  leave  tbe  wreck.   Twel{th Btree1 to the Smal) & BucKHn
passengers  also   a;e   missing. office  ,��� glve acce8E t0 ,he new ljwl
i  p issengers   and  [8land bridge; that a three plan',; bIi*b-
iwalk be built  on Tenth avenue, west
lese vessell0j  fourteenth street;   that  the clear-
October  ing ,ui,i ope1, tag of Garfield street \**
com-  deferred until tbe new survey ot U����
ieity is completed',  that a three ilaisk
I sidewalk be laid on the west side <rf
1 Second street from Sixth to Seventh
'avenue:  and that Eighth street, from
Eighth to Tenth avenues be Improved.
The recommendations were   all    carried.
i The communicaiions weie then
taken Up and disposed of In 'iiiick
order.
O. E. Land, who owns some lots
facing on Fourth and Tenth avenues,
complained that water was running
over his property and asked for relief
Referred to the board of works Goar
report.
honorary secretary ot* 'in
. C, Municipalities, notUed
of the annual meeting nt
i he held this year at Sal-
;:d asked for a full repre-
Hi ferreJ to finance coui-
eport.
Combctint Injured by Bullet Whicn
Ricochetted From Tree.
Berlin, Oct, 24.���Duelists will
really have to be more careful. It
is becoming ipiite dangerous to entrust them with pistols. For tbe second time recently a combatant has
been struck accidentally by a bullet. It was only by a happy chance
thai  be escaped a wound.
Herr Joachim von Bethmann-Holl-
weg of Rimovvo, cousin of the German chancellor, went out in the t
Grunewald forest to fight a duel with
the owner of a neighboring estate.
Count Helm ich von der Goltz. Tha
reasons for the combat were not
stated, but it is held that they must
liave been very grave, inasmuch as
the conditions were that shots should.
lie exchanged until one of the parties
was incapacitated.
At the second shot a bullet from
Herr Beihniaiiu-Hollweg's pistol ricochetted off a tree an.l struck his adversary in the abdomen. Count von
der  Goltz,  who  is  fifty-live,  was  not
H. Bose.
Union of i I
the com il
the union t
mon Arm i
sentatlon.
mittee for
c. W. Bateman, local right of way
and lease agent of the C. P. R., asked
for a renewal of the lease cn water
lots 25 and 30 which expires on January 1, 1911. The agreement makes
provision f#r renewal. Referred to
finance committee for report.
Wade. Whealler . McQuarrie & Mar���
wounded, but was so severely shaken  tin  reported that on account of Hit;
by the Impact that the seconds
elded he was incapacitated under
conditions agreed upon.
de
the
CANADIAN LABOR KEN 10
AFFILIATE WHO BRITONS
it. c
Cun |e
heard   In   about   a
8EWER8 PUT TO TEST.
lv'/   Rims   on   Sunday   and    Mon-
c'"y Showed   System   Satisfactory.
"   Btoi m sew eis and gut-
liave been i ut  in on sev-
i e a hit,.i.v  were snbjec-
test   bv    the   heavy
>���    and   Monday,   they
without dimoge
the   comer   of   Sixth
H
ei
'"' ���
n n
ra
T ���  '
ami Co
illlll
itreetB became bloeko i
"���'iy a   heavy stream   of
T '"!   over   the   pavement
-. i.v Borne i )
it ti
h
tl
Pltil
f
t
u!..ir
be    due
��� onstructlon of the i>on.
: atter of fact  the reverse is
'" fault:
'  '���<:���* in front of the trap
'  "     ''''���  all  the    lores    and
' 'i    are    wished    down
BR ��� .
r,.
Vclume  cf  Movement  From   Manitob.i
Ear.tw.ird   Exceeds That of   Previous Years���High  Prices  Paid.
Winnipeg,  Oct.  4.���1 be  movement
0f grain to the bed of the Canadian
lakes exceeds In volume all Other
years. Ahead. 22,000,000 bushe's
have gone through Winnipeg for export via water route Ibis tall. Ail
other traffic is being Bldetracked for
the   gratn   ru.h.     Even   passenger
navel gives wav  to fast  grain trains.
The opening Of traffic on the Grand
Trunk Pacific from Edmonton to Fori
William   has   ev,e.Mted    the    grain
movement   largely.   High  prices  cause
farmers to release all their grain Di
,i,. id  of holdln
Inter sule.
I    xhe  visit  to Ottawi
bors of grain  growers'
in" i    week
'owneri hip  of
lain   Is   the
Hon   among
Tidal Wa<
Devastates
Isle in Meditteranecn Sea
Leaders  in  Montreal   Pro. ose   Formation to Prevent the Importation of
Strike-Breakers.
of |    Tnis city Buffered as ihe result of
six-'a   storm   and high wind, and   stones
lllisjand   mud   rushed down   the sides of
Vesuvius above tbe lava  line .of    the
is'eruption of 1908, li swept all before
the  it as far as the town of Portlcl.
Naples, Oct, 24.���The Island
Isobia. In the Mediterranean sea.
teen miles southwest of this city,
1 u  storm  svvc.it    and  devasted
a tidal wave.
Communication with the islam
difficult, but the reports    from ,
loss of life Is      The tram line was wrecked am
score of victims engulfe:!.
, iace indicate that  tbe
not great.
tbe chief volume for
,,f  B00  niem-
organlzatlons
regaining    govonime'it
terminals at  Port Will-
chief toil" of   conversj
the   (train   men
of   the
"'  ll   were not     tor    the
' ' er might betiome block-
mi nm'-,, p necessary   fo
''" "*reei to have   ll    fixed
snpTo: '���''   ''' " '-! '' ������'���������'"   who   is
. ' !,'ii out tbe bars every
���   , ti,.. ,���..,,.. tw0    ,���.    ,,,,.,,,,
",    ,���,i,,li'v' but be was not working
Aratn i   ''  i""' ;'M " I'onseniience the
Bwame badly plugged.
Canadian northwest  at  present.
��� nied.
Report of Pope's Illness Dei
Koine. Oct. 24.-A report wns cur-
,,������ today thai the pope was Indls-
Bn attack of gout.  'Ibis is
unded.     His  holt
reception   'io
dic pope
I used from
declared to be unto
ness   held   his   'usua
iday.
REGISTER TODAY
It is time to place your name on the voters' list
if you intend to vote at the forthcoming civic election.   You cannot vote unless you are registered.
The Qualifications :
Being a British Subject of the full age of twenty-one years.
Residence in the city for the past six months.
Payment of an annual rental of $100.
The Place To Register :
City Clerk's office, city hall.   Office hours 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Montreal, Oct. 24.���A meeting
labor leaders was held on Saturday
for the purpose of organizing a purely Canadian Labor Federation, affiliated with the British Trades I'nion
Congress.
It was explained that many of the
labor unions in Canada were, directly
and indirectly, connected witli the
American Federation of Labor, an.l It
was claimed that an alliance with tbe
labor  unions of (ireat.  Britain   would I 	
strengthen   the   labor   movement    In |
this country and  probably prevent, to  J'ACCIDENTA1.  DEATH"
petitions received against the pro-
I posed Second street pavement, the
! council could not legally proceed with
ithe work. The solicitors also reported the result of the Sum Kitiu Wo
case, which was recently dismissed
.with costs.   Both letters were li'.eif.
W. K. Seagrave   wrote   explaining
the delay in shipping the auto-fire apparatus which was ordered some time
ago.    The letter stated that owing to
the street car strike in Columbus, Ol,
the factory there bad  not been aide
to cope with the orders.    He thought
the machine would be ready in December  or  January.    The    letter    was
'filed and  Alderman  Qilley  asked  *b<*
clerk to write and hurry the tniuiifne*
up as quickly as possible,   "f would
0f like to see the machine here befoie 1
.   go out of office."  remarked Aide] ,nxm-
Gilley.
City Fngineer Blackmail subTilfc*'
plans of the proposed Improvements
on Fourth street. The Improvements!
will consist of a paved can fagevr. y
twenty-four feet wide with cement
sidewalks tdx feet wide: grading*
boulevards and concrete curbs, ffie
laying of necessary storm sewers, efx-.
Tbe letter and plans were referred to
the board of works for report.
some extent, the Importation of Btrike-'
breakers, lt. was said that the workmen in England were not well posted
regarding conditions In this country,
and that If an alliance between the
labor bodies could be effected all information could he obtained through shooting
the local secretaries.
lt was also explained that If nn alliance could be brought about, the
working classes of Canada could bo
represented at the meetings of the
British Trades Union Congress, where
all matters affectin. the Canadian
wage-earners could be explained before the representatives of the British working calsses.
A committee was appointed to study
the question, and report at a special
meeting to be called next week.
IS   VERDICT   OF   JURY"
The coroner's jury which was- empanelled by Coroner Pitten.li fgh vwv-
terduy to inquire into the death tsT
Hugh Hart, the victim of Hie _un
accident on Saturday, returned a verdict of accidental dflatb���
The doctor's evidence went to sfiow
that the man bled to death after he'
had been shot, lf expert medical attention hud been given at once H*e
might have hnd a slight chum��������� of recovery, but there wus no doctiw wMi-
in ten miles.
The funeral will take place at two
o'clock this afternoon from the Orange
hall. The members of Orange hnii4*s
No. 1150, of which the late Mr. ff .rt
was a member, will attend the rtftwsrm.1- PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER J5
1
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED ��� DINING
Apply Kings Hotel.
ROOM    GIRL.
real ESTATE | HON. CLIFFORD SlfTON
ISSUES A WARNING
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD,
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia  St
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Branch Office      -     ���      Kamloops, B.C
WANTKD���BV RELIABLE ACCOUN-
fant clerical work, wriiing up or
opening up set.-; of books; collections made; terms reasonable. Ap-
iy 117 Guichon block.
WANTED���GIRL   OR   WOMAN   FOR;
general  downstairs  work;   must bejTEN   acres   in
plain cook.    Apply  Mrs. Dr. Jones,!    north, range
4S Royal avenue.
PORT MANN
TEN acres in section 27, block 5
north, range 2 we.-t. adjoining the
townsite. Price $1000 per acre; one-
quarter cash.
acre; one-third cash.
section   35,    block   5
west.   Price . ii50 per
WANTED���-Y YOUNG LADY, SITU-
ation as clerk in stoie.    Address L.
S., Daily News.
WANTKD���A YOUNG WOMAN AT
once; good wages to the right pei-
son.    Apply Royal  City dye works.
SIXTY acres on Towr.line road, close
to townsite. Price Siiou per acre;
one-third cash, balance one, two,
three an 1 four years.
States That More Canadian
Timber is Destroyed by
Fire Than by Lumbermen.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
pirl for general housework. Good
wages to the right girl. Apply 320
Second street.
WANTED ��� SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. tiJ Hastings stieet east.
W A N TED ��� HOUS E I . B K PING
rooms  for  married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTKD���A GIRL FOR GENERAL I
housework and plain cooking. Ap- i
ply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOR S.\LE���ON KASY TLKMS. SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
EIGHTY acres on Yale road in northeast quarter of section .4. township 2.    Price $200 per acre;   $5000
cash.
ThIIKeOI^^
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
T. H. McCormick,
Manager Real  Estate Dept.
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office ���      Kamloops, B.C.
gSS__S_S__^^���*���^^���^^���^^M^M^M
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident  and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia  Street.    Phone  680.
DELTA.
ONE   HUNDRED  acres    improved    in
Delta;  $11,000 cash, or $14,000, one-
half cash.
FOR SALK���CASH REGISTKR, IS
inches wide, double key board, first
elass condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid, Columbia street, next to
tram office.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300,
balance $20 per month. Box W. S.,
Daily News.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth'
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
LANGLEY.
SEVENTY   ACRES,   station   on   proo-
erty:  one-half mile frontage on Yale
road;   one-half  mile  from   Murrays'
Corners;   $2206 cash.
SURREY.
EIGHTY  acres   improved   in   Surrey,       	
two   miles   from   tram; unimproved   istic   view   of   things   in    the
St. Catherines, On!.. Oct. 24.���
"There lias been a great deal of talk
heard in Canada will; reference to depletion of our national resources, yet
except as regards the wasting of our
forests that charge is scarcely well
founded," said Hon. Clifford Sifton.
chairman of the Dominion Conservation commission, in addressing the St.
Catherines  Canadian  club.
"As regards our forests, we arc-
open to severe blame," he added.
"During this past summer the present year remember, more timher has
been destroyed in Canada through
tire, than hy the lumberman's axe in
the last twenty years."
Mr. Sifton blamed the railway for
wanton destruction, ard congratu-'
lated the country on the fact that
legislation was to be introduced
touching on the question. Mentioning the fact that the supply of mer-
cantable timber in the l'nited States
would only last for thirty years at the
most an I that if the L'nited States
were given a free hand at Canadian
timber after this, in five years more
there would be no more timber Ier;
in Canada. Mr. Sifton declared that
if proper steps for conservation were
taken, and the question treated in a
sane and hroad-minde I manner Canada's timber supplies would last the
country  for all  time.
The speaker took a  rather pessim-
United
3KICAC0 MERCHANT
MAKES STATEMENT.
Siter Spending Thousands of Dollars
and Consulting the Most Eminent
Physicians, He Was Desperate.
CHICAGO, ILLS.-Mr. J. Q.
Becker, of 134 Van Buren St., a
well-known wholesale dry goods
dealer, states as follows:
"I have had catarrh for more
than thirty years. Have tried
everything on earth and spent
thousands of dollars for other
medicines and with physicians,
without getting any lasting re-
lief, and can say to you that I
have found Peruna the only remedy that has cured mo permanently.
"Peruna has also cured my
wife of catarrh. She always keeps
it in the house for an attack of
cold, which it invariably cures in
a very short time."
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
NOTICE.
Uoo
land  across the road sold for
rer acre;  $4500 cash.
SEVEN and one-half acres in Kennedy subdivision, one-half mile from
Kennedy Station; $1S00; cash takes
this.
CLEARED
avenue   i
$1300.
CITY.
corner    lot
States.
"There are many more rich men
in the United States today than there
was twenty-five years ago." he said,
"yet at the same time there are many
more thousands of men in that coun-
 | try   today   who   have   not   enough   to
jeat, than there  were a quarter of a
Fourth ! century  ago,  and   the   l'nited   States.
Tenth    street;    price,
not having made any provision for its
enormously     increasing     population,
that country is rapidly approaching a
SIX   lots  on   Fourteenth  street;   price  condition   in  which  the great   hulk of
$3000;   good terms.
its  population   wil]   not   have enough
clothe   them-
TO LET-
rooms.
-TWO
Apply
FURNISHED    BED-
510 Royal avenue.
PRIVATE HOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
ly furnished, first-class hoard; all
borne cooking. Terms very reasonable, al  513 Agnes si i eet.
TO RENT���A LARGE FRONT BED-
room, furnished.*Apply Arrow Press
fM>     Victoria    sireet,    near    Daily
News.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FI'H.V-
ished front bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen, Apply Box J. s..
Daily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED ItOO.M, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
orchid
$2400;
THREE   lota   corner    Twe'fth    street
and Tenth avenue;  price $2300.
On and after October 1, 1910, we.
the undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY  BROS..  LTD.
JOSEPH  MAYERS,
BELYEA  &  CO.
N'ew Westminster, Sept. 24.
Local   Improvement   Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the Local i
Improvement General Bylaw, lflO'.i, no-1
tice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for local Improvements on
Columbia street from the east line ofl
Fourth street to the west line of Leo-j
pold   Place  is  open   for   inspection   at
tlie ollice of the Assessment  Commissioner  in  the  ('Ity   Hull,  New    Westminster, British Columbia, and in ease i
the owner nr any person interested in I
any of the properties Included therein |
desires   to   appeal   from   such   assess- |
ment he should  within  the period of i
eleven   (11)   days from the firs!   pub-1
licalion of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned in writing of his in-1
lent ion  to appeal.
Dated  the 15th  day  of October,  A.
1)., 11U0.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date of first publication October 17,
mio.
School Supplies
AND [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street-.^
New Westminster, B.C
Sealed  tenders  will  he  received  by
the  undersigned  up to  noun. October
."1st. for the erection ot tramway ata
tion and office building at New Westminster.
Specifications can he sec ured .it
offices of Maclure & Fox, architects,
Winch building. Vancouver,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. II. HAZLITT,
B. E. Electric Railway Co.. Ltd
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xmas work. We have
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
Mineral Waters
[Aerated Water,!
Manufacture!
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C
Telephone  R   113. Office:   pri
*>i ill
173 7~, 'to  eat,  or  to  properly
SIX  roomed  house and two    lots    on j ,e|,-.s
Leith street, both lots cleared, good     "There   is   no   country   on   earth
immediate possession. Price which is so nnd lly annroaching that
'-'"'"" rasl'- ! condition   as   is   the   United    States,
which will without doubt soon have a
population   of   125,000,000,"   he    continued, j
1   ���     l/Tl      s*\ir*-rr^.*.i   nnn^          I     J,v'  Sifton   declared  that  there  was1
rvLLLINGTON  BROS.       |nothine;   which   should   now   prevent
'Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile   Canada from growing into a great  reinsurance.                            I Hon.     lie   ioiicho'1   on   the   subject   of
.Office Northern Crown Bank Building,   slumS   whirh   "eemp  alm0St  lnev!table
Columbia  Street.    Phone  680.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
furnis:
��pob '
IED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
: 214 Sixth Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER
in all the great cities, but he saw no
j-.". on   why   Canada   should   not    ho
ahle fo grow into   a great nation wit
out   slums.    Ir  only  required   honest
l intelligent,   planning   hy   fhe   people
I'"'en  Toronto .'ind  Montreal could  ii
I themselves of these festering so"es in
their midst;   it.  was not yet  ton  late
"We can  have, if we choose, anl  go
about    it   right,    a    nation    wil bout
Phone 567., slums in our cities, or poverty in tho
8. C
BOOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-1
nished bedroom suitable for two'
gentlemen.   Apply at 22?, sib Rt.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
FO    RENT ���NICELY
room  suitable  for  two
ton sine
*tr����t
Handy
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-i
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner,
^���".tumhl.    ��fv .t>t   anH   Plurkson
 I
TO     RENT  ���   FURNISHED     BED |
rooms.     70:.   Third   avenue.     Apply i
after c, p. m. or between 0 a. m. and
f>  p.  m. at  Room  14. f>23 Columbia'
*,tSa*e-*
~���, . I     Later information lias been received
FL RNISHED j re!ating  to  the   North    .\rm     biidge,
t0 ' Fraser river, that the bridge will be
closed only three days for repairs,
viz.: 27th, 28th and 29th of October,
1910.
Victoria. D.C. October 20. 1010.
LOST.
LOST ��� B
wrap.    If
Twel flh
give."..
LACK-FRINGED
finder    returns
Btreel   a   reward
SHAWL
tn    515
will    be
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and  Building Constructor.
Specialist  :u Steel, Reinforced Concrete ;in���!  Modern  Building Construc-
I Ion.     ", i '."Phone   808.
Floor.   Yi   Dominion   Trust   Building.
MEvv   WESTMINSTER.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
ki ice: and Fifth avenue, where it wlll
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any oilier street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant, lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910,
NOTICE.
The undersigned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo streel, where
he will conduct the real estate husl-
iny-. under his own name. The office
nn Twelfth street   is for sale.
I). D. BOURKE.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver, B.
('.," will be received at this office un-
til 1 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26,
1910, for the construction of an
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver.
B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at the ofiice of Mr. Joseph
Greenfield, resident, architect, Winnipeg, Man., Mr. Win. Henderson, real-
lent architect, Victoria, B, O, at the
Post Office, Vancouver, and at this
department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, staling their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of eacli member of the firm must
he given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank, payahle to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of tbe amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender bo not accepted the cho)ue
will be returned.
The department, does not bind itself to accept, the lowest or any
tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, September 21, 1910.
rnnnii'v districts,  and  peonled  wit!
population  able  to  get  plenty to eatA
and   wear."  he  said.
Mr. Sifton said that bis commission
placed the highest importance on the
matter of public health. Pollution of
rivers and streams was a question
that must be dealt with in the most
efficient manner, and tuberculosis
must   be  fought   scientifically.
While drawing attention to the fact
that in Canada today there are water
powers aggregating the vast total of
eighteen millions of horsepower, Mr.
Sifton advocated the conservation of
this splendid  asset for Canadians.
~V_
fe>.
/
//
2s /
Jj
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and stn ng banking organization.
Interest is  paid on  Saviaji
Balances half-yearly.
*''<siness   Accounts    opened
om favorable   terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
^���������  ��� i  ��� i     mi   ��� ���       n  **���*- -���   ��� ���*****���***
NEW   WESTMINSTE. .   B, C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion|
Canadian Service
in Canada
A f^ood oven is thc housekeeper's delight. A
poor one is tha despair of her life. That';; why
we want to tell you about this Chancellor.
A special divided flue ninkis
^Slgjkthc   oven   a   perfect
"���PBIfflpThcra  i.;  no',   a   range   in   the
country can beat it.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they Insert lt without authority from the department.
fmmmm
. nakjnR 'hy instca.l ..f bc!nS a V^f,, JIM | VC;-.:Z;r. - .V yM
trial and a disappointment n a nlcasnr.'. a YjiiHI'ri .���.>-���. '' ,,>i v5w
satisfaction. l.il- '���' "T l-'T$$W.
*-"������-'������ ei   i 12 stor.: v.-.i���"-,  vj'iVe d  -.v:.    QaifZ.3'- ..   ��� ��/<***���
town and let us explain to yr.i just how thi.i  f] i;  distributes
the  heat  evenly over the whole oven.    Bakes in front just as
well as back���under crust a.; well as upper.
hj
I means a marked saving in fuel, and better baking results     The
Chancellor not only docs its work better but at less cost than
wwJtM TOP
r.\*w\m-\' MttB
i
other ranges.
We can demonstrate to you tho whole sunpnnrrbn-,^11 ..,,.������ i    t \
r*~,A min ���        -4        ��� ��� >.u ui.. . u KriDi t nancellor pnncinle of econnmv   !���
and efficiency in ten minutes. J iLunomy   ^
Isn't it worth that much of ycur time right now ?
The Chancellor is made for either coal or wood. Other Gurnov-Oxford designs '
of every sort, or every purpose and all kinds of fu.l, on dS v on ou ��," !
Special dcmonsiralion now. l    -   un (MI   noor-
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebe*��� Liverpool.
Laurentic    Oct.
t.N'ew, triple screw, 14,892 mns
Canada   Nov.)
Megantic Nov. '2
Dominion Nov. U
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christinas Sailings.)
Laurentic   Dec. 3
Canada     Dec. ������
The Laurentic and Megantic ��re
new White Star steamers-Hi elargefi
and most modern trom ('.."'"!ian
ports.
For rates, ti rth reservations, etc
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N, "���
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
C19 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash,
.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
MEYOXfO!
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.   /Cr^   ^n
681 Columbia Sireet 'WBNL|-OXFQnfU i
mmm******^
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Vi��tolii
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad ln The Ne*1
Ik .wu. unit* iefeuit*. OCTOBER 25, 1910.    j
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THR KB-
au of Montreal
��� Established Wl.
 H (14,400,000.00
|Ap(TAU      11,000,000.00
|ESERV     throughout    Canada    and
J urancl.e�� tl ro B     ^   London,   EnB.
le. foondltt?'4,      h,cago and Spokane
Ind. New    ��Kfi'vi(:0  CUV-    A   general
JS.A-. an.   .ness    transacted.    Let-
tnklnS^S^Isued.   available   with
KSffA    ^    P-ts Of    the
"orld.      ...   k p.pp.rtment-Deposits
Savin*8,*5anB      oj $i and upward,
lecelved In ��w^e1 at 3 per cent, per
fc��:r^::.,0^e,$i8(i.ooo.ooo.oo
Total  Abs<	
WEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
N       p   ii  BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
LAND    REGJSTRY   ACT i^p|jjjjj  p^  |(J   [j^^
Re lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 16. 17
and 18, block 4'J of section '.',, block 3,
North range 7, west lu the district of
New Westminster.
WHEREAS proof of the kiss of cer- 	
tlllcate of title number��� 3379F, issued Canada.s Death Rate 35.5 Per 100,000
In the name ot Sarah MlChle has beec '
filed ln this office
THAN IN GREAT BRITAIN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that]
I shall, at the expiration of one month
from tlie date of the first publication
hereof, in a daily newspaper published in the city of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ollice, New Westminster, B, C, September 27, 1910.
to  England  11.2 and Scotland's
6.2���Impure Water.
"To The
Transfer Co. Gene_aj p^.
 >Dkrwia    19?   I
b<D Columbia Street.
Barn 'Phone 1!
delivered    promptly    '.**
TAKE   NOTICE.
I  have the best potatoes grown in
Tiie  first  session  of the  Dominion
Public   Health   conference,   at   which
were pre ent  the federal and  provincial health authorities and the members   ot  the   committee   on    public
health of the commission of conservation,   was   held   in   Ottawa    recently.
After a tew introductory remarks by
'...    I!'  i.  ii,::     !  Sifton, chairman of
the comn I    - a, an address on "Pure
Wa ��� r  und  the  Pollutl m   of  Waterways di llv ered   by   Dr.   C.   A.
Hodgetts, medl :al adviser to the public health cor n ;''' e or the conserva-
lon commission.
Iti considering ti.w source of public
water supplies, Dr, Hodgetts asserted
B"ga��.   -rt of *. clt,.
Ucrht and Heavy Hauling
\��'b ���_    -tram DKPr��T
> Q.   .ICE���THAW
��**����?���diner I  HATT COOK
 - -������-  ; ,.    ".'"Ithut all  wan:.-, could  be classed  un-1
B, C, at cheaper rates per sack, or by, ; ...     d un.
"" "'"��� Slivered anywhere   In     he
city  limits of  New  "'--'���'  **"���"
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C, P. R.
I daily except Sunday)...:',.00
8:30���Vancouver via B. C. K. R.
idaily except Sunday).. 8:01'
13:00���Vancouver via B. 0. E. It.
idaily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via I'.. C. B. Et.
(dally except  Sunday)..16:00
8:00���Victoria  via B.  C.  B.  it.
(dally except Sunday)..23:00
11:00���Victoria via  B.  C.  E.  R.
idaily except  Sunday).. 8:30
���Victoria  via  B.  C,   B.   R.
(daily   except  Sunday)..13:00
7:30���United states via G. N. R,
(daily  except  Sunday).. 8:30
L5:00���United States via G. N. It.
(daily  except   Sunday i..lf,: 00
9:25���All   points   east   and    Eu-
io] e   idaily)      S
22:30���All  points  east   and   Euro] e  (a. lly)    11
9:25���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sundayi          8
PRIC
10
30
Crs?mBaking
is the most efficient and
perfect of leavening agents*
MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR
No alum, lime or ammoniac
Westminster freu
���: chai ge,
Satisfaction guaranteed.    Give your
older now and get delivery same day.
Don't forget the address.
20: tm���Sapperton     and      Fraser
B mills      (daily      except
,^^_ ;lS9   W-IS   Po1: Sunday)        14
luted  by  the draii ige  into  thewi of    9.<>B_conuitlam   (dally   except
and   factory     wastes.: Sunday) ^*\*************M
while the secon 1 class was, in addi- j 15.qq central    I
30
Room
if. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
6   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
661 Residence  Phone  133
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer
527   Front   St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vute Hospital.
IT Townsend Ct. Maternity
;:;, non-contagious medical
���'.,. accepted. Terms from
HS weekly. For further partlcu-
lars apply to Hospital. 1 ele-
i-ii(inc Tl>j.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in saltness���but delicate, giving just
tbe right savour.    Use no otber.
ia
tion, liable to contamination from thel
numerous    i    el    plv Ing   upon  tbem. I
j When   the  area   draining   into   any
I source   of   water   supply   was   wholly
| within   the  Jurisdiction  of  one  province, tbe prevention ot pollution was
| much easier to accomplish than when
! portions  of   ii   lay   within   the   boundaries of another province or another
! j country.
Referring   to   disease   due   to   lm-
[pure water. Dr. Hodgett's said: "It b'
generally  conceded  tbat  a   large percentage of all sickness happening in '
cities and towns is due to Impurity of j
the water supply, sewage contamination matter being an important cause
! of   diarrhoea,  typhoid   fever,   cholera
14:00-
10:00-
!T   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
Gold Watcies for Ladl.-a from 112-75
U
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
"SuVe, Watches,   gents'  open    case,
^fgen?'  for    Waltbam   and     Ifilgw
Watch -a.
V, .��� '   repairing a specialty.
F, CRAKE
fa Boors from Bed. Adams' Grocer.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to  25  H.   P.
and 4  Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwheeler
Port Mann
Ten acres in section 21, range
2, at Jl : one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres in secion 20,
range 2, at $1000;    one-quarter
cash.
For subdivision, these are
moneymakers.
City Property
Fl'st class lots on Seventh
avenue, single or double, well
situated, 66x132, This is a good
buy.
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, near Second street. Kn-
qulie about this; there is money
to be made.
Houses
We have a number of choice
bouses for sale from $l"i00, fo'-
$260 cash, balance easy, to ?'. - -
000.
National Finance Co.
I and  probably of a number of othe;
. I diseases cf which at present we can-
I not speak with certainty."
Hlflh   Death   Rate   in   Amererica.
Ii   was   now   almost   the   general
-   rule,   he   stated,   to   consider   that   a
continued typhoid death rate of over
20  pe:- 100,000 of population  was an
Indication that  the public  water supply was greatly at fault.   Charts were
used   to   show   graphically    that    the
typhoid   death   rate   in   the   cities   of
( anada,   in   nearly   every    case,   ex
<-,. led  -" i er  lon.umi.
also    exhibited,    indicating    the   ty-
pholl death  rate in  American cltle3
; long the Great   Lakes  ami  in  Euro-
j'pean countries,    I. 15 t\ significant
-     '__!.,...    ���.i,j|���   r<���na,1n   haS   a* deali
|rk     and    F.d-
monds     1 daily     except
Sunday)        11:00
East Burnaby and Bur-
qult'am   idailye   except
Sun lay)    14:00
Tin.bei land, Strawberry
Kill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
10:00���Ladner,    Port     Guichon.
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville,  Sunbury (dully
except  Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annalis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards         ( Tuesday,
Thursday    and    Satur-
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Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at
the
������������::;������
iiSiiii
liHHi:-
0:00-
day
-Vancouver,
in.      via
0
Piper's
G.
Sid-
It.
(dally except Sunday).. 14:20]
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except  Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
I 8:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00 I
:;:��H1��3
���i.i.-
yyyyyyy
WE CALL
(.'baits  were j20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui Hun-
11
tlngton, etc.   (dally except Sunday)   	
:46���C^C'.B^.';^.,. Wbi'e Rock and
BlalnCt     i daily     excert
Sunday)       	
i*.45���Kail's Prai.ie. Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday. Thursday and Sat'
urdayi 	
23:00
:00
I
SM'.'
CMD1AN PIOTC
RAILWAY CO.   |
Train  Service New
Westminster
Bar
H
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
heaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight  as follows
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday. Fri
i ij and Sunday at 7 n. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster
P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  E. C.
Departures.
6:45���To Seattle. Port  Moody,
inett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancou
In
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast   Fire
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   ot   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs
Promtply  Executed
nnarvon and Sixth
e tmlnstpr it C, PI
JOHN   DOBSON,  M
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on  Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
i----
facl that, while Canada lias a
rate from typhoid of 35.5 per 100,-
000, England ;.:: 1 Wales, with its
teeming millions and accompanying
poverty, bas a typhoid death rate
only p..'J- Germany of 7.6 and Scotland of only   . 2,
"lt was time,'' declared the doctor,
"that we were alive to our responsibilities and made haste to put our
houses in sanitary order. Certain it
is." lie continued, "we aie not doing
it by our presnt methods and laws, it
can, however, be done by efficient
laws than ba e not vet seen lit to
enact, the enforcement of which ,
should, in the main, rest with some
centrally we i organized and wisely
administered federal department, cooperating with each of the various
provincial departments of health."
Tbe  laws  relating  to  pollution   of
water   supplied   and   constructing   of i    ��� --- ���
sewerage    systems    In    Canada.    tlie'ver aIld ltK-lil Points.
United states and Europe were then!    1.B:^5~r�� st- Pauli Kootenay points
reviewed and analyzed. The eiaimlnu- an'!. s""u'f-    ��� ,    ,
tlon disclosed the fact that each prov-     1G:46���To   Vancouver     and   local
ince.   with   the   exception    of    New PoInt!- Agassiz and local polnta
Brunswick,  has  placed  in  the  hands
Of   llie   provincial   health   authoiities  P0,ms'
certain   powers   with   regard   tu    the
construction of sewerage systems aud ,      ���_^^^^^^^^^
the proper disposal of sewage. "Many j    7;4__Froin    Montreal,    Vancouver
Of   these   laws,"   said    Dr.    Hodgetts.  p0,.t   Moody.
"liave been on the statute books for.    p.jo���pr0m    St.    Paul,
years,    ln  some  ot  the   older   prov- Kootenay and Sumas.
luces   they   have  been   amended   ap-     io:18���From     Agassiz,
parently  with the oojeet of prevent- an(j ]ocai points,
ing tlie pollution of the water wa.ys.      1G:15���From Vancouver,
and thus, in u measure, tliey present      18:45��� From     Vancouvei
evidence of good Intention of the part and local points.
of the legislatures to protect the pub-       *��    ��-����� v
lie,
Do   As    They   Please.
"Personal experience  leads me   to
express the opinion that, In the main,
they are non-etflclent; they look well
on paper,  bul   in  practice, municipal
authorities   do   pretty   much   as
please,   and   as   the   powers   of
provincial   boards  of
advisory,  they  accept
Sr        ft)       V'
oints   Agassi/, mm  *v*rm.  t..-��� ���
lil:::.-To Montreal and    Okanagan
Kobin Hood Flour
"The Flour that is Different"
We must stand ready to prove
it and also prove that the difference   is   so   marked, so  worth
while, that you wiU feel this is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
stand.
We ask you lo fake no risk.
Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does not prove perf^crly satisfactory, so satisfactory thai you, toe,
say, "It is really the flour that is deferent," you may
take it to your grocer and  he will  give you back
your money.
Will you make the trial on your next flcur order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO
    .��,��   ca��1T LIMITED
h     ���   **?��
MOOSt JAW SA* ||
wits
_��J. M0O5
.u:50-
-To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
10
Okanas-tn
Vancouvei
MOOS�� JAW, SASK. limited
_ |!.
Seattle
20:40���From Vancouver.
i    22:02 From Montreal    and
I points.
ED GOULET, Agent C.
H. C  B.  FOSTER,  A. G.  P-  -
couver.
Nicola
P.  R.
i.. Van
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
J make them wholesome and sanitary
tliey
nio'^t
health are onlj
or  reject   the
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
,���<���,,:���,,���,��� ,     CANADIAN PACIFIC _
advice   or   recommendatims   o:   tliu ; ^^f^^i/ n  -,   r nn   ...
board just as thej  see Ut.   The pro-       "'.*��/  R I,  \,_\\*]_ __ MHlinfl*
vineial  laws,  with  the  exception  of    Xrp'     U.U. liJJil v.0.0alHHlji..
<-..!��   oil   mnn- I
WM TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Princ, Rupert" -ni"Pri��ce����orge
����
��nn tons 320 feet long, 18% knots.
Largest���Surest���Swiftest 3500 tons. ��"lCE RUPerT U:30 p.
Leave   Vancouver   (Jolinston W barl)  IO' prinoe Rupert by S.
....   Monday   and   Friday.     Close connections a.  nine.       lipR(NCE
s. "prince albert" to Stewart on  arrival of
RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE."
��� prince albert" also leates Prince Ruperl t^nJ[u8p��rta '10:00
in. Monday and tor Queen Charlotte,   Clt)   ���"'
\: m:.T^rAdar'      . ���.��.. c .,.������ ,,   ni. Wednesday  and Saturday.
those of Saskatchewan, lack all man
JUtorj4,    restrictive    or    Corrective
power.''
in  conclusion,  Dr,  Hodgetts again
alluded  to  the  desirability  of  Borne
Federal public health organization, to.
solve  International   and   Inter-provln-'
rial  problems,    "it   is  not   content^- 10:0�� a-m
ed,"  lie suld,  "that   tlie  dangers   at 11:00 p.m
present e:- 1st lni.  in the various prov
luces are Identically the some either
in degree or In  fact, hut there exists
the same underlying principles In that
provincial   legislation   alone   will   not
difficulties.       It   requires
I
iSTEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER  I
to   Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Dally
\ r.uo p.m  Dail)
TO   SEATTLE.
    Dally
t ii. uu v. iu .... Dally except Saturday
. 11:30 p. ni  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. in   Mondays
8'':ii a, in .  TtinrmlBTS nnd Saturday:
TO   ALASKA.
Kvery Saturday
VICTORIA and  SEATTLE
.:0U p. in-
^^^^^^^^^^__ i  .      i    --���-> between
Solid     vestibule     trains     of   coaches and ��W   N3ew  York.  Tor-
Chic ago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   "lagan. ^ trac|< ra,|way
onto,   Montreal.  P^.and    Boston   etc     ^ JJ^^
under  one  manage.r.ent  on   the Am Uon) passenger or
For rates  time tables, booklets and full Inform
freight, apply to L v< DruCE,
-..�����.,.,��� ��������� 'Commercial  Apent.
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. r.   Teieohone 3060.
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,
:;;!.: *& :*.....*^^ jgot^ 11:00 p. u    . T
Federa,   goT��raHftnt.   to   deal   wun p      pR|NCE RUPErT.
them, particularly those oran Inter . ,,very Thursday and Sat,
national   character.      it   will bO   tor i ^TEWART (Portland Canal).
,',   commission   of   conservation   to      '".���'     Every Thursday
CesUgate   the    various   waters beds 11.00 P.^. ���������. ^ West;nl
SSSfng all available data, with^the     S.S. B��r ^ Wednesday and
�����_l9tunce  of  the  several  provlnc u ����r . Chilliwack : a.m.
X Seal health authorities in orde Frtdaya. lea^ y8
coneC,tly   "V; ,H?y   J    the  variou For particulars, apply lo
nuantlty  and  variety  or tne ooi'i.KT.
resent oxistliu; and to
H. G. SMITH,    _____________ _________________________
^*      ' Telephone
��� ticunune   r iuu. **,��,.-..M^SMa*******************************-   . ,i,rB
GENERAL  AGENCY, TRANSATLANTIC 3TEAMSH.P LINES.
F.D GOCLRT,
Agent. Now Westminster.
C.  B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A.. Vancouver.
iSSS I'-xact- point" of dis
Sha/ge and their bearing upon, the
Sesfnl sources of water supply of
! o^w and  cities,  both  near  and  re-        	
in,Tr Kr^ c'onaLf and^Sm-'olttwhs of this country Is paramour^
11,1' ,'" .v. and means for tl.e abate- but ever remembering the necessity
i."10":1 nf ytheae. nTancee, having al- for the fos.erlns of agriculture and
1 me"   in und that the health of the the development of manufactures.
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes ovei* 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 matexials-
in just the right pro- \ i i
portions to cleanse ^^W//%��
easily, vigorously, J__^j n '"
and without harm to. ^"*
fabric, utensil or
hands.
uLet the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Mate by THE  N.  K.  FAIRBANK COMPANY
*   Makers ot FAIRY SOAP, Uw ovd cskam PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2
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Tiie Daily Mews
evbUabed by Tne Dally News Published k Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
fc A. Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1910,
RESIDENTIAL I IMPROVEMENTS.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
.nr BBS
With the extensive building opera-
bans which liave been and are being
.carried on, and the consequent clearing of large spaces that have hither-
Co been occupied by wild hush, the
residential portion of the city is
wearing a changed aspect. The laying
out of the gardens attached to the I
may new residences that have gone
np lately will materially add to tho
feasant character of tiie domiciliary
thoroughfares and enhance the attractiveness of the general aspect of
flic appearance of >uur "city at
homes."
Here  and   there,  however,  one  notices    cleared    spaces    and    garden'
areas     suroundlng     residences    and
' buiidings that are so ill-kept as to
form a distinct blot upon the thoroughfare of otherwise well-kept
grounds. We appeal to the Owners
of such  to  make  a  special'effort  to]
, get their lots into decent shape by
spring, so as to present to the visitor an unbroken series of weil-tend-
ed and beautiful gardens.
In this connection wc would like t,o
._jca.il th��L-iittention' of, t_ie_ aut]i_ri. i. s
ol Columbian college to the untidy
and neglected appearance of the
area of playing ground, that fronts
upOit First? strtet.. This contrast3
forcibly ancl im pleasantly with the
piytty .grounds li Queens Park op-
poEhte. TlTe e^eofion-'df a neat fence
iind the planting of a few trees
along tills frontage5" would materially
improve tne aspect bf the college surrounding and add to.the general ap-
pefei&nce  of  the  thoigughfaie.
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
WU���W
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TOTjr.SNI
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is i r**<r i nr En>
Some Snappy
Offerings  This
We are planning a big week; a week of extra special bargain-giving
thai is withoul a precedent. Watch for our Bpeclal circulars��� see you get
the cheque endorsed with it��� -then visit the store and lake advantage of the
splendid buying chances offered. All cheques must be negotiated by Saturday  night,  Monday, the thirty-first,  being a holiday.
STORE   HOURS:   8 A.M. to 6 P.M.; SATURDAY 3 A.M. to 10 P.M
HERE IS AN IDEA OF
WHAT WE ARE DOING .�����
 ( If
An  Important Offer of Ladies' Fall Suits
$25.00 SUITS FOR $14.90
Embodying all the new weaves and colorings in fashionable garments.
Serges. Diagonals. Broadcloths, Venetians and several stylish novelty materials are included in this stirring offer of Fall Suits. All Blzes are fully
represented and the models are the newest creations from the principal
fashion centers. It will pay you to investigate this offer���an exceptional
one  for so early  in  the season.    Values to $^.".ou for       $14.90
$40.00 SUITS FOR $24.90
Fascinating models in the popular Pheasant Bye and Basket Weaves.
Stylish suits in Broadcloths, Diagonals and Semes. This lot represents
the pick of our splendid range of exclusive garments���models thai are attractive as well as becoming���all beautifully tailored, trimmed and finished in the most up-to-date and fashionable styles. Greens, navies, browns,
tans, greys and blacks are among the shades in this offer. Values to
$4ii.oii    for            $24.90
���Somftthing Unique is
���:.
THE   CRIPPEN   CASE.
Alley a i.iir trial aiicha llioroilg,'; hive, ligation. h>. ;v. y. itisir Jury  of-all
the  varPms  (a��ts   and   dj'-cums! inces
... ...
surrounding. 4ho   death jyi   U^ile   El-]
.'"eie., tUiai   unioru i,.af*e  v,'<.Irian's hu>
*m
bito-i. Mr.   Ha wley. ��� I-I.   Crifc6t,i IMs!
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
TEE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE ONLY BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
l
X,*sen found guiityof murder, And sentenced to suffer tue extren\e penalty!8 -
of, the laW: Though the evidence su!)- to the sagacity and smartness of In-
fiiilfed on behalf of the crown was to. spoctor Dew the discovery of the
��� r*.rU\ze extenf"c'!rctj'm'staiitla!, yet as crime ani the arrest and conviction of
sach it was strong against the prls- Crippen is due.
���'��,*?T* J>. .Ui. in regard, to ..identity of Particular place
fhe ffiardore 1 woman, the use of tha crime by reason of Its being the flrst
3f��ciai drug liyoacine, and the mi- case in whieh wireless telegraphy
tive tor the crime. As Lord Chief played an Important part in the di3-
Justice Alverstone remarked, in his covery and arrest of a prisoner. The
final address to the prisoner, it was result of this notable trial serves once
"evidence  wliich  can  leave no doubt1 again   to   illustrate   the   axiom    that
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
in -the mind  of any  reasonable  man   that   British  justice   is   safe,  speedy
th:rt yo'u cruelly murdered your wife30'-1 sure.
, ..and J.hen mutilated her bodv,"
'-   '   'm, ;";      ���
Tne case was of a very sensational
.   character. and has -.Wited tli.   great-
_   -e-.t  interest   in  all  parts of the  world
! * JJQSX.imC  <. >:;imcnc#n4'ht.    Tiiis   w.is
���due not only to Its grewsome, if nol
revolting flethflsi bi/i  affeo to the remarkable    circumstances     connected
���'villi -the- ci-i.tjvcs the flight of the con-
t   ���Oe:r.nj-d. man   iind his sub. ciuem cap-
(     Tire f.n lis .w;iy._t.   ti.ia county  and
U:e aaaociation  with  him of a  hand-
Some yr>\nn: v/omarl Miss LeXeve, his
���typhi.    The inw. t- fn (he case will
be  i..;sV'ir'<"i   b/-file trial   of  the  latter .-in. "an &d&0tor.   after the fact."
The   eat. i. nut; that, win redoum
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
It  will also take a of Vancouver, B. C., occupation build-
er, intends to apply for permission to
in ��� the   annals   of  purchase    the    following    described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption, N'o. 2951, thence north
about fiO chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east f>Q
chains more or less, tlience south 80
chains more or less, thence west 40
chains, more or less, thence north 40
chains, more or less, thence west. 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS,  Agent.
New Westminster, October 20, 1910.
SHE'S   SOME   FINANCIER
Mrs.   McTaggart,   of   Toronto,    Makes
Money;   Also  Trouble.
Toronto Oct. 2L-~Mrs. John Mc-
Tai "art. a modes! looking young woman, was arrested last night In a
Simcoe-street hoarding house
four charges of fraud. It appears
that on October 3, she rented i,7 Main
avenue, furnished, from ,i. w. Mullen, taking Immediate possession.
She subsequently sold the entire furniture to two separate second hand
dealrs, receiving $25 cash and a check
for  $225  from   one.  the  other  giving
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Sewer Pipe.
The corporation    requires    tenders
on  for vitilfied sewer pipe of the following i.lzes:    Four inch, six inch, eight,
inch  and  ten  inch,    for    the    Eighth
street sewer system.
'���'��� r        Specifications can  be    obtained    at
the city engineer's  office.    Th.e corporation does not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.
Samples of pipe to bo delivered to
the city engineer.    Tenders  to  be deli.m.
Blankets at Money-Saving Prices
You'll buy these at advanced prices from
most stores. Here you get them at the old
prices.
10-i White   Flannelette Blankets    $1.25
11-1    White   Flannelette hest   quality      $1.50
12-4   White  Flannelette besl  quality    $1.75
'"-4 English FlannelettBlankets; whipped aln-
Cie,  special            v2.oa
Rare Values in Wool Blankets
60x80 All Wool, special, pr	
61b.  All   Wool   Blanket  pi	
72x84   Large  Family  Special      	
Full   si/e   Scotch   Blankets   ut    	
Ex-Heavy Scotch   Blankets   at   	
Ex-Fine quality, all wool,    white    on
Carlton,"     three     sizes.  $6.50,    $7.50    and
pair.    See these.
$3.75
$4.50
.$5.00
. $5.50
. $8.00
.   I
$6.50
Turkish Towels
Wi.i'e and Colored Tui klah
Towels, good sizes and Btrong
qualities. See our range at per
pair 35c,  50c, and  75c
Eiderdown For Bath
Robes, Etc.
Pale blue, cream, grey, mauve
and cardinal are the most popular similes; 54 In, wide, per
J ard
$1.00
Ceylon Flannels
Suitable     for     Shirts.     [*n
wear,   and   used   in   mai
sl.Hires   for   Ladies'   Wai
pleasing    selection    ol
stripes     In     neat     col
Per  yard    35c, 40c, 450:
NOTICE
a check for the balance on proof of|Hvered to the undersigned hy
ownership, both agreeing to leave herjon Monday, October 31, HMO.
in   possession   for  the  time,    Having j w. a. DUNCAN, City Clei
sold    her    landlord's    furniture,    she |    City  Hall, New Westminster. B. ('.,
then   rented  the  house,  furnished, to ' October 22. 1910.
J,   E.   .McLaughlin,  receiving, the  first       Dav of llrst. publication, October 21,
to tbe credit of Ike. British police, for   month's  rent, $20  down. 11910,
Nol ice is hereby given thai at Extraordinary General Meetings of the
Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Company, Limited, held on the 22nd day
of September, 1910, and the 17th day
of October, 1910, a special resolution
was passed to wind up the Company
voluntarily, and appointing the Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Company, Limited, Liquidators for the purpose of such winding up.
And notice is given that the creditors of the said Company are required
on or before the First day of December, 1010, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of debts
or claims, verified under oath, and the
names and addresses of their solicitors (If any|, to the Westminster
Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd., at
New Westminster, lt. (.'.. the liquidators for tho said company, and If so
required by notice in writing from
,tho said liquidators, or by their solicitors, to come in and prove their]
said debts or claims, as shall be specified in such notice or In default thereof they wlll be excluded from the
benefit of any distribution before such
debts are paid.
Notice la hereby a'so given thai a
meeting of the creditors of the Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Co., Ltd.,
will be held in the hoard room of tho
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposll
Co., Ltd.. building on the corner of
Columbia and Lorne streets, at the
city of New Westminster, B. ('.. on {J
Thursday, the 3rd day of November,!*
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AND   OFFICE Til 11_NU J
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
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WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of yours is not giving vou proper satisfaction.
YOU  have  had  It in  the  repair shop, but, while It is running, wl    '
run accurate y.    lhe reason for dissatisfaction Is that the man who
did the repairs ls either Incapable or doing good work or is nol con-
I;|,""ll's '" l!1,s, w"]k- '"��� i" all probability, be is gifted with both of
the faults mentioned,
u,JA,��J,:ive .',ee,n fortunate '" securing the services of n first Jan
watclvnan w������ has taken charge of our watch  repair work.    A man
n,',\ , /"i" "10 "'""' in re*a'-d to the condition of vour watch,
and wi   repair it properly, and, as a consequence, it will   no!   only
run, hut  keep accurate time.
I
Agents for  Howard,  Bai
a consequence, it will
and  Longine Watches.
l!i!n.  at   lhe   hour  of   four  o'clock   In
the aftornoon,
Dated this 20th day of October, A.I)
llilu.
THK WESTMINSTER TRUST &
.<i SAFE DEPOSIT Cf).. LTD..
Liquidators
Chamberlin's
THE
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
��     Farm Land For
Sale Cheap
Fifty acres good land half mllefrom
Ciovrrdale    I upland 1.   easily   cleared;
already burned over:, v.ill be subdivls-
ion -propel..' befoie long when town
grows: only $il,'_)0 'per acre on easy
f*tf,-f*.-^r.aar^Utk mill���issi	
Business Opportunity
Hotel property on principal street of
growing Interior town; railroad, mining, agricultural and stockraislng center; splendid opening for the right
man, and not too much capital required"!   license guaranteed.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET'      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Facing Moody
Square
Two cleared lots facing Moody
Square and commanding splendid
view.      Price    J1G00.00;   easy    terms.
This Is one of the besl   buys in
city.
the
Two Very Cheap
Houses
Two modern residences, six nnd
Beven roms; bath, pantry, basement,
eet.; large lot, lane in rear; close lo
car line. Price $8600; small cash paymenl and balance spread over two and
i liree years.
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910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Page five.
SPORTING NEWS
"Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both!"
They will If you take Shakespeare
Bl am
ALTITUDE Of 7,105 FT.
.erican Aviator Smashes!
Records For High Soaring
at Belmont Park, L. 1
ATHLFTICS GtT APPLAUSE,
CHEQUES CONSOLE CUBS
\3_______
Philadelphia   Whoops    'er     Up   When
Champion   Ball   Pliyers Come
Marching   Home.
They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, and make life worth
living again for the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. lf your druggist has
not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail them. 35
National Drug and Chemicul Company of Canada. Limited,      ���       Montreal.
| B.C. Mills
1 Timber  and  Trading  Co.
���   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Od.   -1-A   '"'*
record ,^uyo]. |t,.\ burn and chic officios ami
aeronautic esCorted in nil Ene pomp ami Btate if
Armstrong  ,h(. democracy m the Bellevue hotel,
Philadelphia, Oct. 24.���The Athletes returned tn this city as heroes
today    The> wen- met at the ile^oi by
a**..i�� sm   __.a       IIHW       I Hlltlll    .   Hlmir.1,
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���  American
I l(j,\   dj  .,. /,. ���.m*.*.m0   lne  uemoeraey   io  i ne   nenevue  n
i    n  ernational   aviation  The players were entertained at a din-
'      peimonl   pftV., Long  Island,  ���,,, whlch lasted until   eight   o'clock,
, | :i:i altitude    of    Tin,",  wl,,,n they were ta]jejj t,, ;, \oc&) theatre, where they attracted more atten-
,. |,is record    flighi    al   i,,,,, than did ihe actors,
minutes    before    the-' 	
Chicago, Oct. 24.���Cheques for
$1315  were .hen cadi of ihe  players
FRANCE TO ENCOURAGE
COLONIAL INDUSTRY
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box  137
I
altli ide contesi began.
.    t Was satisfactory and he
,      ,n ii... middle of a  Qeld.
, A a. HEADS TO
MEET ABOUT LACROSSE
on the Cubs team today,
This is the only consolation for "he
team which lost the world's champlon-
Bhlp.
question
Montreal
      IllouM
is   creating   great
amongst its members.
real,   Oct.   :M.-The
���    ���     or   not   fhe
etlc  association
.     p   incrosse
���  ���
ABE   IS   EASY  WINNER.
nv   0f   the   older   ones    are    m
���lf abolishing  ii;   many   ol   th.'
i-,   favor of  keeping  it.
o
unget .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
. aancial  factor  it   should   he
i   the  discussion  accord-
[gl, official, who says the
V.  financially  win  get  on
',,, ;;   without   lacrosse  as with
.   .   p0int, however, it   seems.
nrhether the M. A, A. A. drop-
AtteM  Defeats Johnny Kilbane i'l Ten
Round  Fight.
Kansas City. Oct.    24 ���Abe    Attell,
featherweight champion of the world.
won a decision over Johnny Kilbane,
ol Cleveland, Ohio, In a ten round go.
in this city tonight.   Tim champion's  head
title was never in danger.
.. toi   good and al
��� ...    death    blow
to
would
profes-
be
I
Pj
d". ame. and  if it   would   not
;...    to  pul   ui'   with   s��'"e   lncon
ther than allow
entirely   superseded
SAYS H1HIB lilHLS
! BRING ON DIVORCE
Meat Shortage Causes Republic to Look to Madagascar for Food Supplies.
Paris, Oct, 24.���The expori of several thousand head ol French cattle
to the Central European markets
threatens to disturb the balance of
demand and supplj In France und to
create a scarcity ol butcher's meat on
the home mai i el Tl e pi ospeel thai
a sit uat i in ol i bis kind might become   i ermani at   has   suggested   the
expediency   ol    king  to the  French
colonies to make good the deficiency
It is thought thai Madagascar, where
i hei e ai e bei ween thi i e and four
million h.ead of cattle, might be called  upon  to  furnish  at   least    40,000
   ii year.    Special steamship ser-1
vices would have to be organized for
the traffic, which would have to be
conducted on linos similar to those
that have heen so successful in the
case of Australia.
As  Madagascar  Is only  twenty-five
days passage from Marseilles, this
proposal would he perfectly feasible.
French West Africa is believed to lie
The
FRUIT
FOR YOUR
TABLE
Contractors and
House Builders
Best
���jmwbh uin,.jm
We nave a full   line   of   the
Builders  Haraware in this City.
Before Bunding See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
the gam
by   baM
" " an even better source of supply
Idle Wife Pouts When Hard-Working   cattle   raisers   on   the   fringe   of   the
Sahara are known to be of .ood qual-
Husband Wants to Stay at Home.
Wife   Should   Wor. .
��� ,.  objections  to  continues!  move on the part
;o( . ,. ,  ,    tie heads of clubs to re-
... on baseball as far as1
;
nowever   the  agitation   Is   consld-
, nough by the executive
I meeting  or  the   directors
all the departments
.,.   the  pros  and   cons
,    ..  before  it   comes   ap  al
, mnual  meeting   in   V   '
I ���   i action.
WILL    ACCEPT    CHALLENGE
ek Wrestler  Reardy  to   Meet  Tom
Kel y of  New Westminster.
iii    21.���Buzukos,   i he
��� ei.   who   is    bojoui iiia ;
his   willingness    this
to  ������ restle  Tom  Kelly,  tho
'        ter grapplei. any   time
; ,   .   person  fee's incline l
��� ��� ��� -. Ith b side i" l  Pete
��� -��� ��� ti ant  i im<.  is  Bu-
��� r,  and  he   is   w llllng   to
chunk of coin on the
his     protege
Chicago, Oct. 24.-���Women whose
husbanas earn $2500 a year have no
business to keep a servant, according to Mrs. Idaii McQlone Gibson, editor of the Woman Beautiful.
She addressed the members of the
homo and education department at
the Chicago .South Side club yesterdaj morning on "Marriage as a Business."
"The  average earnings  of  the  sa
aried   man   ol   the   United   States
trom  $600 to  $2500 a  year, and
wife has  no  more business to shirk
ber part ol the marriage contract bj
keeping   a   maid  than    hei    husband
would  have  to keep an automobile,
s iid   Mrs   Gibs in.
"W'e   hear   abOUl    I 'ie   lav    ina: i i ll ������
ideas of modern France but the I nit-
e i - atei rei oi ds bIiow one dl i'orci in
everj  twelve marriages.    Theie is a
.a.  an '���   i hai   Is   the   women   of
Linei li a mat i, men and then look out
t. >r a good time, Bl)irking the responsibility   ol   i he  buslni bs   of  man led
"" .""" tlife.    They  sil   around  the  house dur-
againsl  jM.  I]l(. (iay ;itul When their huBbands
..ime hon " at   nlgh t, i ii ed out   wll h
the bard day's work, they want to go
.    i,i  s, end  I he evening.
Pouts    Breed   Dissension,
"This often causes dissension.    The
husband   is   too  tlrei  and  tells   tho
wife so.    Then she pouts.    If she had
been   attending   to   her   business   all
she   should   have   been,    she
Ity  and are estimated at two million
head      With   a   little   scientific   feeding during the dry season their numbers might  readily he increase!, and
the   Sudan   region   might   become   a
sort  of second Argentina. The French
West   African  coast is only  a six  or
seven   days   trip   from   Bordeaux,  and
the  railways  which  are  gradually being  extended  to  the  Niger and  elsewhere would facilitate transport.  Bui
it is doubtful if the French rural pro-]
tectlonlsts    would    consent    to    any;
schemi a of this kind.
�� WBITECBAPEL CRIMES       1
Sllll ARE UNSOLVED
Former     Police     Commissioner     Co,
fesses  to   Absence  o
Perpetrators    of
:  C'ew  as  tO
Murders.
Canned:    Too    Speedy.
tei   from   some    back    lot
hud 1 een clamoring for a try-
Giants  for  many   days.
.     ������   a IB   '-nen   a   chance   oil"
ifternoon,   tfual    before    the    game ^ _ _   ^^^^^
stalled.    Jack  Sharrot,  the  old-tliMiW. .^.   jU8, Rg tlred ��� he,
ttnd M ready to stay at home     rbej
mid be partners In ti
home-making.'
er,  who  won  ;i  pennant   for New
hatting   during   the   prac-
md   called   for   the   youngster��� ��,0
was  his  name���to   pitch   a
er tl e plate.
.'.���nind up like B big leaguer
ami really shaped up great. The
111 ' and only ball he turned loose
sti . k Sharrott on the right elbow,
lag it In two places. Ue had
up the team's star player, nnd
** - 'canned" on the spot
' ��� shortest career of any man. in
' ��� ague.
London.   Oct,   24.���".lack   the    Rip-
1 or"   whai  terrorized   the   Whitechapel '
distrlcl   of  London  twenty  years ago,
by   the   atrocity   of   the    minders    lie |
committed,  is as  much  of a  mystery '
to the police now as in the days when
they  were  following  his  crimes,   His]
victims were always women, and the
peculiar mutilation to which he subjected  them  horrified  the public.
Sir  Henry Smith, who was commissioner  of   the   city   police   during   the
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also trv our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and,443
Sapperton      Phone 373
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Weekday Schedule
:
���
6'.50,  7:20,
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:50,  6:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  6:50,  7:20,  8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver   at   8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a.  m.,  9  a.  m.  and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Hates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m.    Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River.    A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.
Price and terms given on application to the
pieces had been found in the pocket
of a murdered woman. 1 sent two
policemen for this man.    Tliey found
......    --   him in Rupert street. Haymarket He
htMinouinf   Sh'ner  0t, tlle .C1VV   pu'.'lc  "';'"���"    '-Proved   an   alibi   beyond   the   shadow
business oi   perpetration of the crimes, has wilt- of do,���lt and WM llberated>
.    ...     ��� , ,  ,.,.    ,,.    .   v������.m.in  uni il ,,,)0k ��r reminiscences in which!    The book ridicules the stories and
At this point Mrs. Iia A. Newman   ho admits that  all the Investigations -���    �� ���
said: be  conducted   came   to   nothing, al-
"lt is a wife's duty to keep rested though no police work in London was
during the day that :-he may .reet ever more actively prosecuted The
her  husband  cheerfully   when   be  re-   book bears the title ^^
turns from bis hard day's work."
"Yes,"   ret in ned   Mrs
E GLUTTONS THAN
DRUNKARDS IN TBE WORLD
Gibson,  "but
Th^UM I housekeeping    should    be   the   Bnt
���a' *"S thou. h. of the marled woman. She
hft, been bug) Bndlttg OUt the price
o butter and eggs, teaching her
children to do things for theniselv
^^^^^ 'From Constable
to Commissioner."    lie writes:
N'o  man  living  knows  as  much  of
alle.ed clews published by Sir Robert Anderson, formerly chief of the
criminal Investigation department of
Scotland Yard, and sums up his remarks on this subject by saying that
"Jack the Ripper" remains the great
unsolved   mystery   of  modern    police
these murders as I do, but I am free antlals.
to say that tbe police never bad t��, s'mlt'h roge t0 the ranks of th(J
satisfactory clew to the identity of comniissionership of the citv police in
the murderer. One night I arrived slx years, an unprecedented promo-
at the scene of his crime within five tion
after Its commission.
r
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f    Movius Land and Loan Co.    :
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SPENDS FORTUNE WITHIN
WEEK:   DIES   PENNILESS
The wonderful progress of Canada is Illustrated by the fact that tha
finest Cocoa In tha world Is made there.
COWAN'S
PE.RJFE.CTION
COCOA
Is th�� purait and the best and la fait becoming the be rer age
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
London.    I   have  no  more
Pittsburg,   Oct.
04���George    Mc-
Cr.  B!aid.   in   Lecture    at    Wmnip-g
irs Temperance  in   Eating,
Prophesies   Vegetarianism.
** - '"rt - "e���;"i,r',;��"r,�� STJ! =J> -<_*_��_ sic,,,���:; w,��,,.n���,.��. *******
Economy. ,nicks better than any criminal with
should know whom the police ever had1 to deaL
She       Micr  the   second   munlei   1   <Hsoo\
b .      who seemed to tit the case
d0T' ?.VhLTtT it* bTuS; an'inmatVof a lunatic asylum
o Know what is being used^ fo,  the Btuden^  ^    ^   ^  ^   ,oose
lei ,-e   ber  own
evening meal.
Should   Watch    Foad
��� The good homemaker
__���   she   is   paving   ���   t<li*toi".       ^	
iSi-rs^ s���s s sik **���*��**��� - ���
notoriety some years ago ns a dls-
cip'e of ''Coal Oil Johnny," died
the other day at the Allegheny General   hospital,   practically   penniless.
McClure   inherited   aboul    $20,000
worth  of property an.l quickly turn-
I ���..     I������]ji. f     SIC     IS     I-t*r    ami     m      .^i^-..
^^'"^'rw^e and mother and  women,   [twu
nnipog, Oct. 24.~The  Winnipeg proper kind ofa wife a""yghe wll]  them p.,
society    held    the   opening makes marriage a , ,(1|.
 lBOn in the Y. M. C.'train  her daughters  how   to      .
'
Wesl ei ^^^^^
Be  an
his
IlllO      �� U li       i"v/   v       \miiiii     ���������      :������ ���-:'-������.
pvache to cheat   ed It Into cash.   With the proceeds in
giving them polished  farth-
iverelgns.   Two   of   these
i, : tatlng
Prof, S. Q.  Bland, D,
college,   delivered   an
in  effei i. thai
win   raise  her  to  bo  an  exemplary
housewife6     Work   never   hurts  any-
vei we as a nation are train-
������milci<3,   . itiiiiii.,   in   ciiwvL,      -       . ,,,!�����   t\-\nsilitors   m
ed that the Benaationa were i���.  and  educating our��������������>��
guide as to the character everything unde,        ,un ��� '.
ntltj  of food a  person eats,  great, aiesenUai tnmg r
8  however, refused to lia-|    "Homemaking la the principal^ ^
to nature's promptings, and  pat;1  tor of a womnni   ure
penalty   with  IU  health.    Drunk-, taughl the ^���-f'I* ���� of fancy
i��� a  very s'ender minor- or man higher mathematics
upare.l  with  exceaBive eaters, work. rniieae see that
e w,e���. habll of dating added      "If your glrla go tci couei ^dro]w
" ��ly to the temptations of life   they   make    heir  touw     vaiue o{
; some length upon a vege-; i.et them feel and kno. Mj  Wea
'���''������������n diet, and he believed thai  In. a  dollar bu tll0
" world would  be obliged tojthal work is a ouim   i ..  .,...
on ittch a diet for economic rea-.- descendantsi  ot tne  "
even if humanitarian or ethical. Garden ol  Eden i.
i -r- i.     o  ,.. r*    and    11
isons were not considered.
which she having no Idea of the value
of money, readily buys.
"The woman who is her husband's
comrade and who makes a business
of housekeeping and homemaking is
not tempted beyond her means. She
considers it her duty as her husband's partner to save. The women
of the ureal middle class of France
are the hone and sinew of the coun-
Irv   and    are    responsible    for    that
small   country s
ity."
wealth   and   prosper
his pockets, he loaded a party of
friends on a special train and went
to .lolmsiown. Pa. There he purchased an amusement resort, dosed
the place to the public, and with
his   friends,   made   merry.
The money lasted less than a
week antl MQClure and his party returned to Pittsburg in an ordinary
day   coach.
McClure refused to live on "past
performances.'' He shed his high
silk hat and swallow-tailed coat and
donned overalls. With his pasta
brush and scissors he returned to
Jiis  trade.
lie was forty-five years old.
of  the
HOW ABOUT YOUR
AUTO ?
If it collides with or injures persons or propertv. do you want to
pay damages which may amount to thousands of dollars ?
Why not get an "Automobile Liability Policy" and "Property Damage Insurance," and he sure where you are at ?
It costs but little and protects you against any and all claims.
'  prophesied thai the
': '���  when   the
'Ol'lr
would
%Sh Son.Tnd Dau0htar. to Work
Tea^,-k is the greatesl blewtag and
of  thla nana   there K    Teach yoi* so a.
P""nt ^te^rrrkt0thera��emS    g
wnnw voi ..   .        rp ,,.
selfish   and    Belf-
^^^^ time
^^^^^   inhabitants
would     reunrd     the
'"""I   of   raising   llesh   and   fOWl   to
'   man's  palate  as  horrible  and
���rous.      Dpton    Sinclair's    "Jun- ���,...
"i  of  late   years  set    people no  time   to  grow
: ..��� the manner In which food I centered- greatest retail buy-
* ed   and  he  ventured to ra-       Woman is tne - .,., . a
thai   it   people's   eating   meat er ln the worid-Faahlon^ ^
'   ; 'In with the slaughtering, mere commercial  th n     nd ^^
AUTOMOBILE  OWNERS
low and all owners should car y this class of insurance.
\pplv for particulars to
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Columbia   Street.
New Westminster.
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
���
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20. of the Local
Improvement General By-law, 1909,
notice is herehy si ven thut the Assessment Roll for local improvements on
the following streets, viz.: Alexander
street, Church street, McKenzie stieet,
Clarkson street from Begbie to Sixth
streets. Sixth street from Columbia
street to Royal avenue, Lorne street,
from Columbia to Clarkson. Begie St..
Henley street from Eighth avenue to
London street: is open for inspection
at the office of the Assessment Commissioner in the City Hall. New Westminster. British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person interested in
any of the properties included therein
desires to appeal from such Assessment lie should within the period of
eleven illi day. from the flrst publication nf this notice give notice to
the undersigned in writing of bis intention to appeal.
Dated this 18tll dav nf October. A.II.
1910.
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk
Date of first publication October 19,
1910.
Royal avenue to Sixth avenue. Paving companies will be required to
state term of years tbey will guarantee their paving and percentage of
money the corporation can retain during tbe period of guarantee; also the
steepest grade their pavement is safe
for horse traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can be obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer.
Canvassing aldermen or ratepayers
by representatives of Paving Companies strictly prohibited.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned ii]) to 5 o'clock on Monday,
October .".1, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hail, New Westminster, October. 19,1910.
Council  should consent  to the grant- j
ing  to the  Royal  Columbian  hospital i
of seven    and one-half    11%)    acres j
more or less of the Queens park reserve, bounded on the west hy Granville street, on the south    hy    Royal |
nvenue, and on the east by the Boulevard.
W. A. DUNCAN   City Clerk.
Dated at New Westminster this ISth
day of October, DUO.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
NOTICE.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for  Paving  Third  Street.
The corporation invites tenders
from street paving companies for
grading, street paving, laying of concrete sidewalks and construction of
storm   sewers   for  Third  street   from
Notice is hereby given thai a vote
of Hie electors of the corporation of
tbe City of New Westminster will be
taken at the following polling stations:
The Council Chamber. City Hall:
tbe Fire Hall, Sapperton; and tlie
Waterworks Storehouse at tbo corner
of Queens avenue and Eleventh street,
rn the lib (lay of November. 1910, between tbe hours of I' a.m. and ." p.m.,
for the purpose of obtaining the
opinion of tbe electors on tbe question of whether it is in the general
public welfare tbat    tbe    Mayor    and
Re lot lii. block 2, of lot 201, group 1,
town of Port Moody. Murray's Addition, in the district of New Westminster,
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-
Iflcate of title number 470OA, issued in
I the name of John Stewart and James
j Cash, has been filed in tbis ofllce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tbe expiration of one month from
j tlie date of tbe first publication hereof,
iin a daily newspaper published in the
iciiy of New Westminster, issue a
!duplicate of tbe said certificate, unless
iin the meantime valid objection be
Imade to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Distiict Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, B.C.. Oct. 7, 1910,
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and ln the offlce of the Registrar of
Deeds for the District of New Westminster, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
Brunette river in the Province of
British Columbia, and after one
month from tbe first publication hereof will apply to the Governor in
Council  for  approval  thereof.
Dated  this  Third  day   of   October,
1910.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
Clerk of tbe Municipal Council of Tbe
Corporation  of  the   City   of   New j
Wpstminsim.
CANADIAN SENATORS
IN BRITISH HOUSE
BUSINESS
P^C%
IOARD    OF    TRADE-.
minster Board of Tr.i<\?.
board   room   CIti
Third   Tliur.(l���v
quarterly     met.
Entire System of Parliamentary Government May be
Altered.
"i   each  ^ I
Thursday of February __* %
and November, ai . j,J ' *H|
meeting* on tt',e thl.',.'-?!, *������
February. ����� in^J^J
proposed and elected at ��� *
iy or quarterly meeting ""i
Stuart-Wade, secretary        M
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
The  Corporation  of  the  City  of   New
Westminster
deposited   with   th
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat
The Corporation of tbe City of New
Westminster bas deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Oltawa
and In the office of the Registrar of
deeds for the Distiict of New Westminster, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
north arm of tbe Fraser River In the
I' vii ce of British Columbia, and aft-
e one month from the first publication hereof will apply to tbe Governor
in Council for approval tbere of.
DATED this Third day of October,
1910. W. A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corpora:ion   of   the   City    of    New
Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER Prrss por Zl
kind of Job'prlntl        *_____
leaf ledgers; Coi , -:,. J* 4
Phone 55, P. i, �����*��>���
Dally  News Block, sixth 8t._.
London.     Oct      24.���Fundamental I
changes in the British legislation and
the   whole  system   of   parliamentary
governmenl.    are    impending.       The i
conference  bf   leaders   of   the   go��� *,
ernmeiil    and    tbe   opposition,    whicn
had  been  considering a  possible compromise on the question of the house1;
of lords, held  four sessions  lust   wick
and   has  now   reached   the  crux  of  iis
deliberations.    	
feedings   has   been   allowed   to   transpire  officially,  bin   ii   is  possible  to
give the general  sco] r the greal
changes contemplated,
It Is by no means certain, perhaps noi even probable, thai an agree-
menl   wlll  be  reached,  bul  the lead-  COAST   LABOR   AGENTS!
^PJANO TUNING.
No, a word of the pro-   PIANOS AND ORGA1 ^TUXed J
repaired  by  your li    ,   ���  ..,"..-'J
Martin,  Mus.  Ba,
Pbone  L015.
LABOR AGENTS.
i.
USE
*i 4A. La
...
TBE MORNING PAPER is the only effective
medium for advertising your goods to get
returns on the same day.
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
The  Daily  News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster
tr.i<..,
ger G. J. Sykes), >;.. Powell*_i3
Vancouver. Phoni ;.;- prJ*
attention   given   | , order
male   help.     Ring   us   up, win
write if unable to Unit us.
ers of both panics have made a
genuine efforl to reach a non-partisan
solution oi the grave questions Involved,
The basis of the sweeping changes
under discussion Is Earl Grey's federation scheme of the empire, wbicli
he outlined during Ills visit to London. This provides for local Home
Rule    for    Ireland.    Scotland,    England
and Wales.    The imperial  parliament
is to consist  of a house of commons
of 200 members and a senate of the
same   number.     Tbe    commons    will ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
comprise    approximately    twenty-flve j WADE, WHEALLER, McQI'arrij]
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BarI
tvrs and solicitors, Wes-.mjsfj
Trust Hlock, Columbia street ]3
Westminster. W, J. Whiteside |
L. Edmonds.
Irish,     twenty-live     Scotch,     twelve]
Welsh anu 138 English members. The'
senate   will   include  100  of  tlie  present lords.    The colonies will be represented by  six-year senators on approximate  population  basis.    This,  of
course,  is  only   the  scheme   in   thei
rough, for there are manv  considerations which  would  modify it.
Scheme    Is    Popular,
ll    may   be   said   in   general   terms
that  the  scheme  is  Immensely  popular  in   Ireland,  Scotland  and   Wales.
This" explains Redmond's recent  volte
face after ye.us Bpent   in  uncompromising   denunciation   of   schemes   of
devolution.    There is also Btrong opposition  among  certain  clastles.   For
'example,    the    properly    holders    of
Scotland, who argue thai a local legislature   would   be   intensely   radical
and   thai   ju open.,   there   would   be
in  greater danger  than  ever,    it   is
Impossible to say  what   progress has
MARTIN���Barristers and Solid.
Westminster offlces, Rooms; u||
Gulchon block, cornet Co is  . ���
McKenzie    streets;    Vam
flees,   Williams   building, 41 ^
vllle   street.     K.  C.   Wade, |j
A. Whealler, W. (',. McQuarrie fli
Martin.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT!
II.  J.   A.   BURNETT.  Ai'MTij;; A.\|
Accountant.      Tt I,        128.  P,oj
Trapp block.
R.  T.   PRINCE.   EXPEII .   \<      J
ANT AND AUDITOII    V'cnt
Hall Safe Co.   Ofl
minster Trust bloi 1.
STENOGRAPHY    4    TYP^WRlTI.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOK
Curtis Hlock.   P. 0. B x 594.
been made by the conference, but It��� [CUSTOM      STENOGRAPH!   .ta]
bas been admitted that the situation
there anent is now ci Itlcal. Lloyd
Geoi ge .tn 1 ol her members ol 1 he
governmenl have postponed their partisan speeches. Which v.ere booked
for next wee!;, until a resolution has
been   reached.
Failure to agree would be followe l
by the announcement of 1 Ival
schemes for the reform of the lords
and an early election by the country, 11 a compromise Is'reached the
sweeping  changes   involved   must   in
llliv event be submitted to the people, but Ibe election would not be
postponed until there bad been an opportunity for a thorough canvass of
the   great   issue.       It   is   believed   the
conference wlll flnsb Its work one
way  of another  within  a  week.
Typewriting; copy work, tnuni
letters, etc. Coutnbia street. '41
pbone 62,
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES S  C
Real   Kstate  and   Insur
City,   farm   and   Bunurban ',:.',<*{
C2S and 746 Columbia St,
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' ANH MENS
loring.    a new line ol Sprln;fl||
In.   just In.    Button makinj
in.   and repairing.   46 Lorne
Phone R r,0S.
EDMONTON    FIGHTS    FOR
ITS    POWER    SITE
Edmonton, Oct. 24.���In view of the
action of A. Violette. In seeking to
establish prior rights In the development of power on the Athabasca river
which the city proposed to develop,
Commissioner Bouillon, acting under
instructions from the council, bas talt-
FISH   AND   GAME.
 ���
BENSON   *  AYLING, HSU. FKt
Game. Vegetables, etc   Dean ��*M
next to Hank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
VV.    K.    FALE8,   THE   FUKMTWM
Dealer, Upholsterer and DndefiaWj
corner Agri(>i usrt McKen/.ic 8'��,J.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Pbone 176, night call Sl.
;;"   "'�� "��.���  ',r'iU"<'   with   tbe      I      i'i  ���-
of the Interior, to ascertain the wwl ZZ
1 "''"��� ���""/�����>��������� Halms and to 53th ��yjggPyjgft *
ai.nc ��� ""I���      The    commis- WESTMINSTER       WOODWOKM.V8
a vkoro ^.TV" ,'"�� op,nlon *""<     ����- l,ank- ��mc* ���� Btore nun*
"���Tin     v-   K    .8hould be inducted
against   Violette's   application.   Thev
expressed the opinion that  cities   '
;;: >tu!'," nnd the pro*** gene';
ally   should   lmve  a   ,,,-i,,,.
dlviduals or corporations
An error, is belng      d
����w.cit!e. and  the provincial _ ,.-
ernment co-operate.
The result of the agitation mav h,
��" ,'"���'' scheme as Ontarl     '
"ydro-electric  Power system.
in,
right to in-
cabinet, stair, showcases, man����|
und detail work. Desi. m and (���*
mate, furnished, J. Brookes ;:>
prietor. Work-: Corner Eleventt
ond ear line. p. O. box .54, I'-0"
473.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.   THE LA> |
aew'    ''*'    in    flre    fighting
li.    Harris   ,.    Co.,    Laver)   I
''"lumbia street   Phone    1
Attack   on   Proposed   Budget.
,   ''*>"��� Oft 24.~Toduy's opposition
Pa"^ attacks the proposetl bndwt ���
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
of"!l-ntey ''h '"'u'"'"''''''''''',,'MliI|,st'��'r.:n- t;- MONUMENTAL WORKS,
; ' ''������',' ���" ��'��' dinner of the As go. McKay, manufacturer and lm?
tiT.  ..... V.  ,1;;   "?u.8e 'obi  evening. I   ?* mounmental torabstones, bu
���'"'  Prlncloal  criticism   is' that   the
M.'ernireui's ������������,, ,��� ,,������,.������,,.
because 11 is merely borrowing postal
savings of ��1B,000,000 for the ran
way funds, '" '
*'<>ne, etc.   Satisfaction guaran
Oohimbla street. Nfw Wentmin
IAS.
irtW
mng
fed,
HOTELS.
Canadian National
Apple Show
-AT-
VANCOUVER
��� KINO'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA >T'
Phone 18. Newest and mosl "!'"''
date In the city, Terms moderate.
'''list class cuisine.   .1. Trn.'lo. I';,'!'
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FRONT ST.
Pbone 108. Comfortable Bccomoda;
tlon. T(.n,;S moderate. McLeod ��
Wnlkins, proprietors.
October 3l8l to November 5th, lUln
Special low rates from all points hi
11.   C,   at   SINGLE   FARE   FOR   THE
round trip. Tickets on Bale from
October 20th to November 3rd, Final
return limit, November Oth, i.,r
further particulars apply to:
'��� 0. O. V. AMITY LODGE NO 27-
Tbo regular meetings of thla loWJ
nre held In Odd Fellows' Hull. I"1'
nor Carnarvon and Eighth Street
every Monday evening at s '"'"
Visiting  brethren cordially Injwf
to intend.    W. II. West, N.Q.I  "���   .'
Coatham, P.O., recording secretar)"'
.'���   W.   MacDonald,  llnanclal secre
ted
\t\r\
Ed  Goulet,  Agent  C.  P.  R., or write
to C.  R. Fetter, New Westminster.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE O   4   I   L   V **l   t-
W ���
* Lesdav
OCTOBER 25- 1910-
,,*:THE DAILY NEWS.
""    PAGE SEVEN.
^OUSEHOUD^'
VOTERS.
ioplicationa
J undersig
1910.
pplicants
he
to   be plaoed    on    the
iters' Ust for the City
will he received
ned up to November
t be British subjects
'"   f)t twenty-one    yci/s.|
fu��a.gn resident-of th* city six
have be en re e(linK   the
bs   lI��fcaS and   have   during j
ofaPPl'cf mu.       h0UBe_0id6r   H |
������ ���   ��\��  than  one  hundred I
>ear\V   A. DUNCAN
City Clerk,    i
I
lars
Sent JQfl Approval
To RESPONSIBLE People   **
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
V/>o Ink Pancil
Your Choice of
CITY
VOTERS'   LIST.
hei
foi
by   si ven
the  year
and   that
,t this office
icreof
that   the
1910   has
tbe   same
for  thirty
and  uny
I SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS.   Ltd.
"THE    ROYAL   LINE."
Monster of the Deep is
Veritable Floating Palace
��� j ,���  is
ers' l-ut
fc.  ,,  I '���'���'��� .	
"'o;n ^fcfaim to he added to
I,isl.  or  any  elector
,,csl.e  to  have  any  name
;.,,;,. must prefer his or
$
This*
Two
Popular
Articles
ior cnl��
.Nov.
. Nov.
Bi I-.
AIL   *.C   1..1Q*
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Montreal:
"Royal  Edward"   	
|    "Royal George"  	
Prom  Halifax:
"Royal Edward"   Dec. 7
"Royal   George"    Dec.   14
"Royal   Edward"    Dec. 28
And Fortnightly thereafter.
| Most Direct  Route to Bristol,
and  the Continent.
Tbe White Star nine's giant steamer "Olympic" wbicb was launched
successfully at Belfast on Thursday
last, exceeds by nearly 100 feet in
length and 3000 tons any other ship
afloat. Her principal dimensions
are:
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
REGULATING     VEHICLE
ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
London
K'S
Hon K'bo
. ...i  Voters
shall
sed *���������<���
������., ia wilting, signed with
'    '      .     and   shall    deliver
K within
[fled
iis
or
be delivered to the City
tbe time
VV. A.
���V    I'l'
11. '������
.us Ofllce,
,, tober i"1
herein  before
DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
New   Westmin-
1910.
loAST LAND
DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Ue notice that 1
|lcK, of  Vancouver,
William  Robert
B.C.,  occupation
, .state dealer, intend to apply for
lease 200 acrea o   land
I nlhiws'     Commencing at
T     tibeeasts.de of,be
j     ;. ,,,, l)f the north    arm   of
T et, thence east 40 chains
   50  chains, thence  west
���������.-',���ce  north  50 chains to
;. commencement   Purpose for
, a la required, quarrying.
llCb   WILLIAM  ROBERT DICK.
., .,.| September 27th, 1910.
Railway Time Tables
. C. E- R. Westminster Branch.      I
Week Day Stneoule. J
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at ;.:50, G:DO. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:30 p.m.
|car= leave New Westminster for Van
couver a: 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
1 ' > . ::, . and every half hour there-
niter until  11:00 oni.
S-inday Schedule.
|C rs leaTe Vancouver  for  New  West-
���" at  8:00 and 9:0u a.m., anil
fiery   half    hour    thereafter    until
10 p :n.
I Cm leave New Westminster for Van-
00 a.m., and every halt
b  ir tl.e-rift er  until  11   p.m.
Eburne   Line,
e   New   Westminster   at   7
��� l every hour until 11 p.m
Vancouver at 7 a.m.
r until 10 p.m
liustraiiunl a.e L��ai:l \,i*
-
Kvery pen guaranteed
full 11 Kt. be lid Gold���cut
on o^ht hand may be bad
iu e,Lber our standard
a, k opaque pattern, or
'.n-l.irakal.le Transp&i-
h, as desired, either iu
'plain or engraved linish,
preferred.
Y-..J may tr. tbliptn * **���***, |
yoo'do uot find ilur*ymant*d,
*ll, r   .In \a llioii JO* call at
ra  lot rain ni-ln tut* irlri.
ui iu  any ollwr uii., if m
1,1.tt   lltllfuto r; lr. nr.,,  n
,. an ratorn it an l .* will lend [
juu 4l.lt) fur il.
Tr. ���* isrt li oar l.int .it ��nd J
Po,...i��r I'.'" Cm Ink I'vini,
, ,,u,l.l..la I*** proof ll i-impli. Inftr I
lm   ran.rd    il,    attj   pooltion    I
wkoi ot ihopplne I a*, wiltn i
,r    .ht-1.  bl  lit.t touch.    Plil
ID    (��|.rlpj(l    f���1.    Iridlol
glnt, poilibMraletohM nibt*
.... Um c'.tta flnlih.    h��t��il
1  �����^rTwl^.      f,,r   St'ai.       k*rt,lt
���iiivi   writ* for tormi.   Wnti
Duw  " leit )���u fur^rt.''     IMrf.i
"* Laughlin Mfg. Co/"
SSajestlc Bldg..
Detroit. Mirk
Tickets and Reservations from R-
Goulet, C. P. It. agent, or write to Win.
Stapleton, General Agent, 221 Main
street, Winnipeg.
Length   over   all	
Breadth   over   all	
Breadth   over   boat   deck	
Height from bottom to keel to
boat   deck    	
Height from bottom of keel to
top   of   captain's   house	
Height of funnels above casing       	
Height of funnels above boat
deck        	
Distance from top of funnel to
keel      	
Feet.
882%
92 Va
'.14    ���
'J 7
105%
81%
175
Number
Number
heads
11
No coarsen*, in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fine and pure
u newly-fallen wow���so rich in
delicious savour, once tued, always
wed
S3
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tbe undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Purchase of North Half of Lot
3, Block 13, Clarkson and Begbie
Streets, New Westminster, B. C," will
be received until 4.00 P. M., on Tuesday, November 15, 1910, for tbe purchase of tbe lot mentioned.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bunk, for the sum of flve hundred
($500.00), payable to tbe order of the :
Honourable tbe Minister of Public
Works, wbicb will be forfeited if tbe
tenderer decline to complete the pur-;
1 chase.
Tbe Department does not bind Itself
to accept the highest or any tender.
By order.
It. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department   of   Public   Works, Ottawa. October 12, 1910.
of   steel   d,'ecks	
of    watertight    bulk-
     15
Tbe gigantic measurements of this
vessel   are  best appreciated  when  it
is  known  that   in  length  the  "Olympic" overstops the height of the Metropolitan tower in New York by 182
feet, is twice as long as tbe height of
the dome of St. Peter's at Rome, and
equals in length tbe total drop of the
famous Bridal Veil Fall in the Yose-
I mite   Valley.    Indeed,   if  the   "Olym-
, pic"  and  her  sister  vessel  "Titanic"
i (soon   to   be   launched)   were   placed
end     to    end    under    the    Brooklyn
: bridge,  tbey   would  completely  block
the  east  river,  and  extend  over the
shore on  hundred feet on each side.
��� It   is   also   interesting   to   note   that
1 the length of each of these ships is
four times the height of Bunker Hill
monument.
In each ship three million steel
rivets, weighing in all 1200 tons, have
been employed to bind the massive
steel   ,t>lates,   insuring   the   greatest
Name���
Date
Eastern    1858
1071
stability, and tlie rudder of each vessel weighs 100 tons, yet will be
moved by electricity almost as lightly as a feather.
These   monsters   of   the   deep   will
each   accommodate   2500   passengers,
carrying a crew  of  800, and  because
of   the  enormous   size   of   the    ships i
the ���, ajL'ooinmodations,   both   as    iti-. |
gards  the  several   public  apartments
and   the   passenger   staterooms,   will
be  exceptionally   spacious,   while  the
beauty   and   luxury   of   the    appointments   will   surpass   anything   hitherto    attempted.     Bpeclal   attractions,
such as Turkish and electric bath establishments,   swimming   pools,   tennis  courts,   sun   parlors,  sport  decks
and palm courts, will be provided in
addition   to   restaurants,   dining    saloons,   lounges,   smoking   apartments,
elevators, etc., all of  which  will add
much to tbe pleasure of a voyage on
these   marvels    of    marine    achievement.
Tlie   "Olympic"   and   "Titanic"   will
be   propelled   by   a   unique   combination of  reciprocating engines with  a
lowlpressm.   'turbine,   such   a.    tihe
Whito   Star   Line   has   employed    so
successfully  on  its  Canadian  Service
steamer "Laurentic."    By this ingeni-1
ous   system   vibration    is   eliminated!
and  mal-de-mer conquered.    A  speed
of 22 knots per hour wlll be   main-1
tained.
Since the advent of the "Great
Eastern" in 1858, no steamer has
created such general Interest as the
"Olympic," not only on account of
her surpassing size, but also because
of the immense forward steps thus
marked In other lines of marine accomplishment, the outcome of many
centuries of conflict with the sea.
The "Olympic" will join the White
Star Line's mail service between New-
York, Plymouth, Cherbourg and
Southampton next summer, followed
by the "Titanic" in the early fall.
All persona using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of tbe car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
t    City Hall, August 12. 1910.
Just Arrived
New Scotch and English Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentlemen, made to order. Workmanship
and fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
T. P.
Morrison
Phone 6
J. H. Taylor
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
and
Westminster
ii ars leav
to i" p.m.
s ears leave Vancouver at
��� i  10 p.m.
D, J.   Stewart,   Local   Manage
Westminster.
New
8:17
arrives i
arrives
Great  Northern   Railway.
Li a i        New     Westminster
.     Seattle 3:05 p. m.
New    Westminster   10
Ives  Seattle  8:16  p.m.
Leavi      N.w    Westminster    4:30
l rrlves Seattle P:40 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    12:21
. ea Seattle 7:38 a. m
Leavea  Seattle 8:05  a. m.;
New Westminster 2:50 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p. in.;
New Westminster 0:25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  4:35  p.m.;
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.
New We .tminster 6:30 a. m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leavea New Westminster daily, ex
pi   S in,lay   from   bridge   passenger
tatlon   3 ".ii   p. in.;    arrives   at   Port
30 p. m.
Leaves   Port   Oulchon   8: on   a. m.
daily, except  Sunday,  arrives at New
bridge passenger station
YOU don't have
to own an automobile to appre-
ciate   this   superb
Overcoat
It's one of Fit-Reform's
latest creations ��� the
"AUTO" -and its
military air has quickly
caught the fancy of
the younger set.
Made of elegant
Scotch and Irish
Tweeds $20. up.  i36
Great
Britannic      	
Umbria      	
Campania      	
Kaiser  Wilhelm
Deutschland
, Kaiser Wilhelm
; Adriatic       	
Lusitania     	
Olympic      	
der  Grosse.
1874
1885
1893
18911
1900
.1903
.1907
] 1907
.1910
Length Displacement    Speed
Feet Tons. in Knots.
080 27,000 14
455 8.500 15
500 10,000 IS
000 18,000 2"
625 20,800 22
G62 23,000 23
f,78 26,000
725 38,000
TOO 45.01'"
R8_tt 48,000
The
i\-l
6 V,
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
PASSION PLAY PROFITABLE.
LAND   ACT.
Witnessed by 280.000 Persons, 80 Per
Cent, of Whom Were Americans.
Berlin, Oct.  23.���The last  perform
'. anee for a decade of the Passion Play
has taken place at Oberammergau. ln
all, seventy  performances have    been
given,    attended    by    about    280,000
| spectators.    Eighty per cent, of these
! were  Americans,  and   15    per    cent.
British, otber countries    supply    the
other  5  per cent.    Tbe play  is thus
entirely dependent upon Biitish   and
American    support.      Although    each
visitor limits his or her stay to    tlie
shortest  possible time, owing to the
primitive conditions and high  prices.
it   is  estimated     that    each     person
spends at least ?15 in tbe village, so
that tiie simple Bavarian highbinders
have  reaped nearly  $5,000,000 during
tbe summer.
Dis-
Tbe Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific, in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and  London,  England.
Correspondents in all parts
of "the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
New Westminster Land District,
trict  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand ij
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,    occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe    following    described lands:
Commencing    at    a    post    planted
about   one    mile northeast   from tV.e'
head  of   Billings  bay,  and  about    4'i I
chains easterly from    tbe    Southeast
corne" of timber lot    number    37341.
thence   north   40  chains,  tlience  easti
40  chains,  thence    south    40 cliains. I     _!____________________.
thence   west   40   chains  to   point    of j as done by US gives   the   llt-
commencement. ^^*****       ^***^* ___���
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
LAUNDRY WORK
_.  containiir
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND
Dated August 29, 1910.
100  acres
BAGGS.
M.   J.
Agent
PHILLIPS
in   New   Westminster
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
under   '!���
inster
i in.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Sumas   6:00   am:   arrives
passenger station. New West-1
10:20   a. in.   daily   execept ]
Sunday. '
���    ���     New   Westminster   bridge
���'  -tation 8:50 p. tn.',  an Ives
v  00 p.m. dally except  Sunday
NERVE TONIC
Try ASAYA NEURAL
. IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
I Ryall's Drug Store \
eves TESTED  BY   OPTICIANS. i
+_++*.*,*..*.*.-******���+++***
-Governor
Just Over the River, Clo*Jo PORT MANN and
NEW WESTMINSTER.
A Grand Chance of Making Money Quickly
s this property will shortly be> ini demand for Factory
Jtes.   1 -4 Acre Blocks from $550 to $7UU.
Cash, balance over two year& ���	
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING
The right to cut timber
cense on Berth No. f>:'.5, comprising
thc following lands tn the Province
Hritish Columbia, will b~e offered
at public auction at the upset price of
O.oo, including cost of survey, at
^ o'clock P. M., on Wednesday the
28th of December next, at the office
of tbo Dominion Timber Agent at
New Westminster.
Timber Perth No. 535, situated In
the Province of British Columbia,
comprising Sect bin 28, Township 39,
West of Coast Meridian, containing
an area of 640 acres more or less, is
shown on plan of survey, signed by
Mr. A. Llghthall, D, I.. 8., surveyed
in May, 1910, and of record In the
Timber and Grazing Branch of
Department of the Interior.
A   license   will   not   be   issued
the   full   ainouni    ol   the   purchase
price,  and the  ground   rent a.  ...
llrst  year,  bave  been  paid.
Tbe conditions of payment, rate or
rental, et... are contained in the Timber regulations, a copy of which may
be secured on application to the undersigned, or lo the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P.  Ci.  KKYKS,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October  12th,  1910.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, 15. C.. occupation.
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted L'OO yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Drainey's inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
south 100 chains, thence east 50,
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which it is required, quarry?
ing.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th. 1910.
most satisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic, Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY        NEWS
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. Vj.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
)
HUNGARIAN JEWEL
IMPERIAL   	
TERMINAL	
HINDOO FLOUR
$6.75 per bbl.
$7.00 per bbl.
..$5.25 per Bbl.
. .$4.50 per Bbl-
the
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET
New Westminster.
until
SURREY
Wanted.
FOR SALE
Beautiful Cleared Lot on Fourth Avenue, between Second and Third streets, cornering cn lane.
Fenced.   20 bearing fruit trees.
as
Sit
Tenders
Tenders vvill be received by the
Undersigned until November 4th, for
the purchase of the following property aljolnlni; Port Mann Townsite,
Viz.: Lots l, 2, 3, I, 5. 6, 7, s, ii, lo,
11, 12, 13, 14, l'B, 18, 17, 18, lil, 20,
81, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 2~, 28, 20. SO,
I','. ! 33, of Ke-subdlvlHlon of Lot 23, of
Bectlon 18, Block r> North, Range -
West. Terms of sale are cash when
deed Is executed. An Indefeasible
Title Will be .hen.
Tbe highest or any tender not nee-
esssarlly accepted.
E. M. CARNCROSS, C.M.C.
|     Cloverdale,    1).    C.    Ooctober    J'J.
11)10.
$1000, Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY--
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster Cit/ Specialists; ft
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PAGE EIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER
City News
The Samson returned yesterday
from an up-river snagging expedition.
At the quarterly rail}' of the Christian Kndeavorers of this city held in'
tbe  Reformed   Episcopal  church  yesterday evening, officers were elected
rhe "Old Boys" of the city are giv-|as follows:    President, T. F. Phillips;
ing a  dance in St. George's ball  to- j vice-president, A, S.  Neilson:    _ecre-
morrow night, itary. Miss Helena O.uidin;  treasurer.
Miss Stott:   superintendent  of junior
.Mrs. T. 11. Barbaree will receive
tomorrow, and thereafter on the
fourth Wednesday of eacli month.
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right prices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Operations on the filling
Woodwards Slough were
menced yeslerday by tbe
Fruhling.
societies. Prof. A. E. Etherington. D,
G, McPhail, li.A., of Vancouver, president of tlie -M. C. I'nion of Christian
up   of |Endeavorers, gave an interesting ad-
recom- dress during tlie evening.
dredge '
Try a "Want" ad in The Newt
will bring results.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Pbone R 208 s *
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
In the police court yesterday Richard Smith, a colored  boy. was Bned
$10 and costs for threatening Lemuel
Mavor John A. l.ee bas announced IBoyd, another colored man.    The evi-
that   lie  will   be a  candidate  for   re- dence went to show that the two men
election to the position of chief mag-]Sot mt0 ;l Quarrel  over tbe sum   of
istrate of the city. thirty   cents,   and   Smith   called   thc
i other one some bad names and drew
E. M. Carncross. clerk of the munii'i-  a   pocket   knife   threatening    to    cul
pality  of Surrey,  will  be a!  the  Kus-   Boyd's   heart   out,     The   knife   was  a
sell   hotel   on   Thursday    to   receive   very   small   one,   and    that    is    whal
probably  saved  Smith  lrom a heavy
penalty  as   he  admitted  the   charge.
| taxes  due thc municipality
Xce.l a messenger ?    Pbone 194. **
The Westminster Modern
Business School
lias great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St. Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock Good Values
Latest Styles
this city.    From $1.00 up.
Harry Tidy Bpoke for the prisoner,
giving him an excellent character,
and Magistrate Kdmonds said that he
took that into consideration when
passing sentence.
Ten     prisoners    from    the   county
provincial   jail   were   Shipped   to   Victoria  on  Saturday,  the  building here
being too overcrowded  to  hold them.
-
The steamer Trader came into port 1
yetserday   with   a   cargo   of   general |
merchandise from Victoria, consigned
to tbe Brackman-Ker Milling company  WANTED���DRESSMAKING RY THK
of this city. I    da. .    .Miss Kilian. 624 Hamilton st.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at ENGLISHWOMAN     WOULD     LIKE
Tidy's store.    Plione 184.                *��          housework, days or half days.    Address D, Dailv Xews.
Two drunks whose names were an-    ��� ____________
nounced in  tlie courtroom at  the po-'FOR
lice court yesterday morning failed to
put   in   an   appearance   and   forfeited
bail of $5 each.
SALE���CHOICE     OF
A new temple of the Ancient Arabian Order cf the Mystic Shrine will
be dedicated in Calgary on December
5. It is probable that some local Masons will attend the ceremony.
Quarter acres in the big green field
just across the Fraser bridge. Easy
terms. Reid, Curtis and Dorgan, TOG
Columbia street. **
TWO
cows; splendid milkers: just
calved: also three pigs. Chanticler
Farm, Westminster Junction.
The publicity commissioner has received a couple of handsome photogravures of the late King Edward
and   the   queen   mother,   the   pictures
���,,      ,.     ,   ���      ,   i ,      /. ,i       belnS  scnt  with  the  compliments  of
The first instalment OI the |the Montreal Star.
biggest and best   Variety   Of,     Magistrate   Edmonds   will   hold   no
Hand Bass  ever shown in court in a cuniy courtroom,   if the
room is not wan., when court is call
I'M  the trials will  lie beard   ln  Chief
Bradshaw's  private  office,  wliich  will
:e:m   the  exclusion  of  the  public, as
ithe  office is diminutive
The Public
Supply Stores
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,     7-1;
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    G    C.
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
The Central flote! Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R.  Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
j     The   dcatli   occurred   at   Coquitlam
I yesterday   of Wllhelmina Evelyn, the
'   enteen months old daughter of .Mr.
Mil   .Mrs.   Robert   Dunstan   Irvine,   of
( o p.- tlam.     The   funeral   will   take
place  this  morning  to  the odd  Fellows'  cemetery.      The  bofly  will   be
brought here oa the C. P. R. train.   I
Ha'o you secured one of those
charming house? on Eighth avenue.
close to tlie cn;-. If' not. see the
British Canadian Securities. Ltd., at
once, as the terms are so very easy
' e;   will soon be all sold. **
Chief Bradshaw yesterday received
a letter from .John Sherry, of 13
George street. Hamilton. Ont., asking
for information concerning the where-
boet3 of his son, Will Sherry, supposed to lie in this part of the country.. He bai not been heard from
since some time In the spring. The
letter contained no description of the
man which might lead to his inden-
tification,
Gordon C'orbould's new house on
Queens Avenue, between Second and
Third streets, escaped (lest! iation by
flre aboui three o'clock this morning
when the firemen responded promptly to a call sent in from Box 21. The
flre started from a grate and spread
ip the wall to the second Btory. The
damage will not exceed $200.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's    wharf   at    2
;���.,'u.    Return fare B0 cents, **
MILD    LIQUID    CURES    ECZEMA
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools,  Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
Na-Dru-Co
Tooth  Paste
ALSO
Talcum Powder
Rose, Borated, Violet and Flesh.
See Our Window.
T. A. MUIR X 0).
Dispensing Cberfiists.
Deane Hlock,   441 Columbia St.
Nov.   Westminster, n.C.
Skin   Sufferers!   Droo   Greasy    Salves
and   Nasty   Medicines.
Thai mild, soothing liquid, i>. D, D,
Prescription, Btops the awful itch
with the flrsl drops, A prescription
of acknowledged  value,
Write for o trial bottle today to
the li. li. I). Laboratories, Dept, N, M .
19 Colborne Street, Toronto, li will
lake away the Itch right away and
you will bleep soundly, We assure.'
you personally of the hum its of this
remedy; for we know.
FRANK MACKENZIE, Druggist.
Look Over
our groceries nnd then judge
whether they and tlair prices
arc not astonishing. Don't he.i-
tate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for It and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.    For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over   with   perfeel   confidence
that you v. ill get your supplies
here hereafter.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. StreetH on three lldti
of  this   property.    $350   each.   Termi.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, und lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
���
!     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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PATENTED AUG. 31 , 1909
PETTICOAT
The Form Fitte.    **��*/%*���#**
Fitte"
Petticoats
$5.95 Each
"Form Fine" petticoats are proving immensely popular owing to
the perfeel lining back and tlie exceptional quality of the material
used in the manufacture. The back of the skirt is adjustable, being
made with eyelets and a patent clasp allowing band to be adjusted
to lit any waist. In Ibis way no unnecessary fullness is apparent, us
same goes Into inserted pleat. Made with small pocket al side with
flap fastening and a wide deep flounce wiih flal st it "lied tailored
strappings and dust ruffles. Material is a very heavy black taffeta
made especially for "Form Fitte" underskirts.    Each   $5.95
Bradh
Muffler-
of Every  Descrlpti0n
Bradley    mufflers    ....
well  ki
lOWU    l!,;:!     ;
h!'' '���:.
lion  need  lie
our   showing   of   t
fortable neck Wea
���;���
con,.
eai  ;
several other rn    ���
lar nature���Enj
French, Canad
erican    makes   ia
im|.
man,
Am.
tlie
popular shapes, wh       ���Ajt!l.
out   button clasp r, i  ;;i.lwi
in;:.     Colors,   11:1'   .
grey,   green,   wit:,,
mauve, pink, pale     ie,   re-
black,     white,    (.(,.
 45c to 65c
seda,
Each
I
Splendid
Assortment of
Waist Lengths
45c to $5.00.
We have made up hundreds
of waist lengths, in over 60
varieties of materials. Sufficient goods for a waist in
each piece. You will find in
tiiis large assortment lengths
of Bastiste, Brllllante, Pop-
linette Brocade, two-tone
Stripes, Winsey, Delaine,
Olaine. Flannelette. Sateen
finished Flannelette, French
Flannels, plain and fancy
Lustre, Nuns Veiling, Cashmere. Checks and plain and
fancy Silks of every description. Special values, per
length       45c to  $5.00
Our Special
50c Hosiery
For Women
Our large hosiery business has  been  built   up  by   keeping   quality
the main feature in every line we  have  handled, many  Bpeclal    n
we have carried for yeats.   We know   their   value  and   continue   I
give them a place in our showing.     Today    (Tuesday)    our
ing will demonstrate the large variety we carry at, per pair .... 50c
Penman's seamless Cashmere, I.lama, fine and heavy ribbi I, embroidered Cashmere, boys'extra heavy Worsted, etc., In ali Bizes v:.
to in inch.    Special  values, per fnir 50c
Attractive Evening Coats
$22.50 to $32.50 Each
The showing of evening coats Is attracting a greai deal of attention. Those who contempl I
ing such will do well to Investigate the range now on display in the ready-to-weai section,
Old   Rose  Broadcloth  Coat, with loose bad;, full sleeves '.villi turn back cuffs, white fur CO I
cei i/.td lining, each   $22.50
Pale Grey Cloth Coat, witli revers of black .-ilk, collar, cans ami bottom of coal nicely tri
witli wide grey military braid, large covered buttons, line with grey silk, each  $30.00
Wisteria Brcadc'oth Coat, lined throughout with while silk; made with black silk collar 1
with soutache braid: a deep band around ibe bottom gives the new bobble effect:   wide peasant    slee 1
cut iu one piece with the body portion, each    $32.50
I
W. S. COLLISTER i CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
CRITICISE   PAPAL   DECREE.
koine, Oct. 23.���Some of the French
bishops and clergy believe that Uie
i'ecenl papal decree fixing Ihe age for
lirst communion in France at seven
���years is inopportune now where the
Irreligious element in France has lhe
upper hand. Some bishops fear the
decree will destroy an opportunity for
securing tlie religious education of
the young in this country, Thev may
request Pope Plus to reconsider bis
action.
As this particular matter Is one of
church  discipline,  the    holy    fatln .-
lia.v    defer     Hie   eufoi cemeal      of     I ho
lei 1 e".
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
Lock  Over Your Wardrobe.
W'e can help you work wonders wiih chillies you are inclined to throw away. Take no
chances with articles of value.
G. F. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Phone R 278.      345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
Commencing   September   1.',, the SS. Transfer vvill leave BrackD
Ker   wharf  eery   afternoon,  except  Sunday,  al   2 p.m.,  for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning  to  New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning Will  leave every week day morning at 7 a.m. and  I.
7:30 a.m.   Additional nip Mqndaj morning, leaving   New Wesl
ster al   6 a.ni.
!
This  schedule subject  to change without  notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply lo
ROBERT^. ARDINE, Manager
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
HOUM wiring a specialty. All orders
given prompt   attention,   and   nlghl
! Mile anewered.
Phones 7��1  and .81.
Office:    -   -   -     435 Columbia Street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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